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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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I STATE ROAD CHAIRMAN CALLS ALL COUNTY SCHOOLS EXCEPT 'COUNTY' MILLAGE- CUT ONE I




.II..II.CONTRACTOR ,TO TALLAHASSEECOMMISSIONERS THREE HAVE OPENED FOR 1925I !MILL BY COMMISSIONERSNEW n



I HAVE tlathawa \\lre-. Chamber: of Com- I : COMPLETELYDESTROYED La"* Pension

BUSY SESSION :MONDAY I IIY FIRE I ROAD DEPARTMENT: :
merce That Contractor Must ShowCase Starke and Hani| tun School To And ('onnI\ agent Provided

\\ His Contract Should PLANS: IMPUOMCMKNrSCondition : \ :\ :
hy
Fine and Forfeiture Fund Cut: from 2 Early Morning Fire :Monday Wipes Open September 7th; Teachers Secured For. Together With A Reduction -
Not Be Cancelled. Relief PromisedOn
:Mills To One.halflill: Out Quigley Broom Factor, : for Practically Vacancies. I of One Mill
Highland-Marine: Stretch.: i I of Road 'thirteen Called 'I'. qP

The Board of County Commis- I Fire completely destroyed the September 7th bus been set for the 1, His Attention Lusteek Stale und count twill bu 1 1-4 lt

sioneis" :' of Bradford County Florida Fons Hathaway, state road depart Quigley Broom Factory early Monday opening of the Bradford County High 'I mills less for 1023 than fur I'JiM:! for

met jn regular session Monday August ment chairman, is getting behind the morning the flames being discovered School and with the opening of Hampton -I Gainesville, July 31.--Hon. tons A. Bradford county taxpayers, even

3, HiJ3:!; with all members present Whitney Construction: Co., contractors at 1:20: after} the plant was Junior High on this date every\ I i Hathawny, new chairman of the State though the l!>2r> budget carries n half

as follows: J. M. Brownlee- Chair- whose starting date on the Max- practically destroyed Owing to the school in Bradford county will be op- I Road Department, arrived In Gainesville I mill for count)' agent the general
LOUIH H. Hill- J. L. Underhill, viile-IIlghland stretch is already 39 slow turning in of the alarm the firemen for inspection
man; en for tin' 1925-26 session with the lat! night an emergency fund increased 3.1 mill, and another

G W. Hinaon and S. V. Andrews. days past, the contract specifying did nothing more than keep the exception of the line school at Highland 1 of road conditions, equipment I quarter mill added to the widows pejj.- a+

:Mmute of lust meeting read and that work must star by July 2nd. !'| fire within bound. and prevent other which will open its portals the | and contracts for this section of elan fund. Tho reduction was brought r'
The chamber of the
appimecl commerce city'(,I buildings from catching fire from the following !Monday. 'the Mate.I about by cutting the fine and forfeiture -

Upon motion and second, Lewis council and other civic bodies have, burning shingles scattered in all directions. Supt. Wiggins stated Wednesdaythat !I Mr. Hathaway will visit the equip- I fund! from 2 mills to lint mill
been wiring the road official of the
Scott of Sampson City was placed ', even' school in the county had ment division of the department early : and the elimination of the mlllncjo for
of this and the
condition road contractor's
upon| pauper roll at (4-00 per month. The buildings fend contents were a een supplied with teachers, or would this morning and will make a I outstanding indebtedness fund, there
work the
Upon motion and second, J. W. failure to start on Futch ',I total loss no insurance being carried.In lie supplied before the end of this thorough inspection of materials and I being no further need for this. fund,
C. A.
date Wednesday ,
set.
John'n name was ordered replaced addition to the valuable broom week. Owing to resignations among others supplies at the Gainesville I making n reduction of 1 mill by the

upon pauper roll. his name having secretary of the Bradford county ': making machinery and supplies destroyed eachers of the Bradford High it was branch. II county and a quarter mill by the
received the
chamber of
been ti-ickcn by mistake. commerce, '
a portion of the machinery round necessary to secure others to' Will Speed Work state.
Mr. Hathaway
Upon motion and second, janitors following: telegram from I!I for manufacturing: concrete blocks fill the vacancies these teachers giving The chairman will then proceed To meet the exunsoH of the differI -

salary; for the court house was raisedto was destroyed as well as a carloadof up their positions to accept postselsewhere over the roads leading out into the !Il'nt departments of the county the
$10.00) per month. "Have your telegram In regard road cement stored in the building. A in the Htatc. Miss\ Mono 1
commissioners mill.I
county ami will ascertain the status Monday nut the -
the following notary public bondsW"I't thirteen, project 807.( Have taken truck in shed adjoining the '
an open Alderman one of the teachers selected I below
anti for
on contracts for road building and age as given eomparl-
with
S. L. and asked
and approved: matter contractor
presented up building was partly destroyed. by the trustees, has accepted a 1 the
,, after an examination of the specifics son millage assessed for the same
Pe"k1.: !. G. Langford, F. C. Holllngi-\\ him to appear in Tallahassee Saturday The future plans of the compan" in the Florida i I
position State Collegefor tions! will make every possible ef- fund last year Is also given:
worth and L. A. Brown. and show cause why steps should Mr.
have been
not announced by
Women that of the
assistant
to
I fuit to have the work on all roads'jCu 1 Fund 1024 1025
Report of convict inspector received not be taken to annul his contract. :1: Quigley his partner, Mr. L. A. Davis, Dean of Music. Miss Alderman's General
forward with as much rapidity as Is 4 1-4& 5 J
and filled. You may be assured that prompt: and :, being in Ashville, N. C. for a few friends, while regretting to lose her, Fine and Forfeiture 2 1
Dill of U. L. Blanchard Justice of vigorous action will be taken to give :': weeks. possible.
delighted with the honor conferred
are

The attention of Chairman Hathaway Road and Bridge 4 4Komi
the I'I.KC' District; No. 1 in case of the people relief from an intolerable I I I her.

State of Florida vs Eddie, Harris was condition F. A. Hathaway, chair- ,NEW: : LICENSE: : L\W \DESIGNED on I was called to the six mill unfinished Bonds 18 18
Personnel! II. II. General; School 10 10
!! TO'U: of S. stretch of road between
laid IMF until next meeting of Board man. SHARK'S CAREER
I Hl'hool-Prot. S. S, Gainesville Jacksonville- Widows Pension 1-4 1-8
High Dowling, anti via the
I
that the -
filed is
for i en-ion that no report was by It reported Whitney
I Principal Mrs T. J. Alderman Miss Starkv short route also County Agent 0 1-8
said! Justice of Peace. Construction Company's excuse! for I; Registration n..llrdtoy! Revoke Licenser and Hampton ,

The Board then took the matter of not starting the work( on the date set I of Unscrupulous DealersIn Florence Matthews. Miss Thclnui to conditions existing and the delayon Out. Indebtedness 1 1.2 0

the estimated budget and consideredthe i is the Seaboard Railway's inability ,, Real Estate Brown. the fill across Paine's Prairie and
rock I i I Eighth grade-Miss Coleman. I other hd pieces of road In this section'' Total millage 44!
refusal handle the
contemplated expenses of the sev- or to necessary J
I|I War was declared against Florida'sunlicensed Seventh Mrs. Florid, '
grade Gladys Was- of
-
foundation In addition to the above mill-
'el'al 1 funds for the fiscal year beginning for the at Highland real .
estate
unscrupulous den. I In an interview with a Sun reporterlast age special tax dmtricU three and
October 1, 102" and ending September station. Just how far the Seaboard I
with the
last week creation ,
30th. 1920 and after conslderationtion is responsible for the delay is not ;i I operators Sixth gnidc-Miss Calhoun. I night regarding plans for future six, Starke and Lawtey, have a five

adopted the budget as published known, as outside of the siding at -|I Fifth grade-Mrs. S. M. Cox.Fourth roadbulldlng in the state Mr Hathaway -I mill tax for redemption of bond lathe

Highland, there are others between I I I '; grade-Miss Eunice Pork- said: greater number of the school I district
Florida will tolerate the shoe '
be' not i \> hole Soul in Work I I 10 mill have been voted far
and that could
The Board then proceeded with the: Maxville\ Highland Ins.Third
',, string operator. Blue sky promoters :] irnde-MIRII Madge Middle- "My whole soul heart is the
and in
for the to' m-liool the mlllage for each
matter of fixing the rate of taxationfor put in shape contractor curb purposes
and brokers of the stone
Another ,' gentry ton. work. The people want rouJs-the district living shown in the contmia-
the County and School Districts use as an unloading:; station. I (
will find\ harbor in the Sunshine
no Second trade Miss Ethel them
Griffin ndmlnmtrntion
promoted and weare
for after Is that the railroad agreed to''' ( sinners proceedings.
tae: year A. D. 1923 ad care report '
state with the board in control of
new J'rimlll'-Mi" Olive It have them1 making'
Ray. Is going to am
ofexpenlhtul'es. the the of '
ful consideration of the estimate lengthen siding for use
the I.I license. likely that the primary grade will u personal inspection of all roads In EIGHTY CARS OF S\\KKT: ;
it was the derminatlon the contractor, provided contractor -
would the ties and Neither will exploiters who have require the! services of two or more the state and especially at this time, POTATOES; TO IIF SHIPPED\
of the Board! that the rate of taxation lay necessary ,
gained entrance to the state's field teachers as last term when an assistant roads which have been reported" tome
necessary to meet such expense wouldbe that the :Seaboard; had refused to car- I'' be tolerated. The board is empoweredI I According to announcement that

for each of the following mentioned ry out their agreement after the ties ',, was allowed. as dangerous and Impassable.Such nt lust eighty carloads uf sweet .
revoke license. A verified potatoes
I any complaint The first four months of the Bradford roads will he put in temporary
I
had '
been
purposes the amounts estimated placed.To will I bo from Barrineau _
filed with the subjects shipped
i body ,, Hirfh will end on December 23rd repair to eliminate the danger to
declared and levied, adz determine just how far the contractor I '
: the
Park within next few week, three
broker to forfeit his operating
any two days before Christmas after and the beds built
and trafllc
permanent
-
In order to meet the estimated ex- is at fault in the matter the
license. I I II I carloads having already been solby!
I I the holiday vacations will enter ;| as soon as possible. I an1 going out In I(
chamber of its
pense of the County, it is determinedand commerce through sec- Florida's real estate legislation Is' the Orange and Potato Growers' Ai-
,
Its ,
second semester Jan. 4th. i the stato to learn conditions so that
f has taken the matter with I
hereby declared that a tax rotary up
for ,
miciutlon
$2.07
hamperbuy-
the most comprehensive the most Ten Schools. Opened August 3rd I will know just what to do. nt all per
five mills the dollar be levied the Seaboard, and their answer will ji j the carload before
upon ers taking shipment
drastic in the United States authorities !- ) -
].
I| i Among the county schools ten opened times, to give an impartial hearing
and it is hereby imposed upon all the be filed with the state road chairman. I they left the station, paying for
state.
i (| their terms last and to all with the end hiviewgood
Monday, complaints one
property lying and being in the county ,i It is believed the state road depart | "The bill has teeth in it." Thomas ], will akin from four to six months. t roads." the product.
of Bradford on the first day ofJanifcry ment will be in position Saturday to i I
C. Hammond Tampa's member of the I There two farmers' association
the work this'i These schools, with their teachers, !Mr. Hathaway will continue his in- are
A. D. 192S for the General determine Just why on I
in x"
declared. "And I that
and
newly-created body follows the neighborhood, shipments
arc as : pection tour throughout emergency
Fund, to meet the current expense of important stretch of road is beingdelayed. will do all in that it good from both the anti
my power to see Theressa-Laura Jyner. I centers of the state and will return are Orange

the county and to provide for the I! is. enforced throughout the state. Boatdrain-Agneti Joyner. to Tallahassee within a few days Potato Growers', Association and whatis
the bud- .
expenditure as estimated in ----- -- -- -- "Members: of the board there known Farmers'
I I intend Heilbronn-Harold Krenchloe, Pearl to "rol up his sleeves" and !get downto as Co-operative

get hereinbefore set forth. under Chapter 7302, Acts of 1917 it i shall be a general clean-up in the Green. ,, work. Association, the shipments/ from that

To meet the expenses estimated to is determined and hereby declared i brokerage field- !Mr. Hammond! said i I WoolIawn-Debhll' Phillips. The new chairman is ill thorough section, Including Irish potatoes and

be necessary to be paid from Fine that a tax rate of one-half mill upon I "There has been too much leniency in'' Futch-Ruby Rosier. I I, accttrd: with the governor's progressive / other products, being well over ono

and Forfeiture Fund, it is determinedand the dollar be levied, assessed and is i allowing brokers of unidentified morale Duvis-Dorothy Patten. road plans and predicts that by 'hundred carloads., -Pcnuacnlu Journal.

hereby declared that a tax of one hereby imposed upon all the propertyin to operate in the state." I Rosier-Alice Patton. i the end of the present term much improvement -

mill upon the dollar be levied assess the County of Bradford on the 1st Rming-Arthur McRae. will be noted in state road WI'I'l't:' \ : TRACTOR: ('ON1'BS'rThe
ed and is hereby imposed all LINCOLN A. ;MANN
upon day of January, A. D. 1923 to meet I I Sampson-Mrs. Bessie McGruder. : affairs under Governor Martin's program
the property lying and being in the content between Ford, tractorsalesmen
the current expenses. Lincoln A. Mann 23died at an Graham-Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Futch. .
County of Bradford on the first day According to the millage so determined I i I Scheduled to Open Next; : ended on July Slat with J.
early hour yesterudy at his home 159( Monday
of January, A. D. 1925 for the Fine I fixed and assessed, the total 1' Lawtey-B. W. Hall I! DEATH OK REV. IIENDRY: SHOCK W. Andrews and Orville J. Grlffls ,
Second South. Besides his Principal,
avenue
'
and Forfeiture Fund, to meet the cUr- t
the winners
Starke
millage to be entered in the column he is survived his Mrs. G. A. Anderson Mrs. B. Perkins over twenty-two
rent expenses as estimated in the I widow by parents, Well Known Minister Lived !in Fort competitive sidemen In Zone A
budget.To: provided for County taxes in the assessment Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mann, of Mac- '' Miss Joyce Terry Miss Laura Wynn. j i i Pierce; Died at lioxpital Here. several North Florida. ,coun comprising -
roll for the A. D. 1925
year clenny; seven sisters, Miss Lela and Vanderbilt T. Barnes Miss
,
the amounts of the esti-
cover ties.Ir.! Griffis left
is 39 mills upon the dollar to covera Nola !Mann, of JatksonvillcMrs.;: Lea- Lelia Sapp.KellyTo. I Jacksonville July 31.-The death Thursday mornIng -
mated for the roadsin
expenses keeping total estimated expenditure of $-. I tie Laramore of Lacoochee; Mrs. Ola be supplied. I I of Kev. John A. Hendry In this city for Jacksonville where he will
for the construc- nail
good shape and I on the steamer Cherokee for
Estimates! having been made by the I I Bryant of Macclenny; Mrs. W. A. New H1ver-l'rfncipnl be supplied yesterday came as a shock here and
of and New
tion and repairing bridges York thin
the Trustees of the several Special Tax Brown of Okahumpka; Miss Etta Miss Ollie ]!ague |I|I in Fort Pierce, where he lives. Rev. City, trip with allexpenses

other necessary expenses to keep School Districts numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, Mann. of Trenton, and Mrs. Frances I I Brooker-C. H. Williams\ prlnclal.j!I Hendry has had varied experience paid being given tho winnersin
roads of the in conditionand each
county good and up to 19 inclusive, asking that a Richardson. of Glen St. Mary, and '1 I Arden Brown Lillie Anderson Ruth 1 I along his lino and as a result is well zone by tho Ford Motor Com-

provide other roads necessary as I certain millage be assessed againstall seven bothers : W. W. Rlgdon, of St. ''I Smith, Free Wynn known throughout the state He was pany. During his stay In New York,
is estimated by the Board of Bond "Jock" will if he
the property of said districts as Petersburg. L. Rlgdon, of Jackson Hampton's. Opening Sept. 7th In charge of the Jacksonville district, can keep his eyes
,-
Trustees of Bradford County, FlorIda follows No.1 for fi I mills No. 2i which he for four and feet on the pavement, take inI
declared I : ; ville; Funston Mann, of Macclenny; Hampton-C. T. Lawhorn, Miss over presided years.
the
it is determined and hereby i I for 10 mills; No. 3 for 10 mills; No. M. W. Mann, of Raiford; John Mann :i Mau.l Mitchell, Mrs. Mm.' II. B. Reverend John A. Hendry was I tractor exposition at Madison
't that four mills I Garden.
... a tax of upon and I j 4 for 10 mills; No. 6\ for 6 mills; No. and M. C. Mann. of Trenton. The Weest. born in Florida. 68 years ago. He i I Square

the dollar be levied assessed I 8 for 10( mills; No.7 for 8 mills; No. body has been prepared for burial by Highland' school with M. V. Mc- finished his education in the Florida Too hot tu worry about politics.I .
of the I
all
hereby imposed upon property I 18 for 5 mills; No. 9 for 10 mills; No. Marcus Conant Company funeral arrangements Cruder, as teacher will be the last Conference College, located at LeellI We haven't even learned the name 2

lying and being in the County I for 6 mils; No. 11 for 10 mills; No. to be announced later.- !I school to open its term. Supt. Wiggins I:I burg. Florida and was "admitted on I of all the new soft drinks yet

of Bradford on the 1st day of January 12 for 8 mills; No. 13 for 8 mills; No. Jacksonville Times-Union August 1. ''I stating. that Sept. 11th I had been I trial"' in the Florida annual conference I

A. D. l'J25\ to meet the current expense 11-1 for 6 mills; No. 15 for 6 mills; No. I|I set for this school at their session held In Tam I I -_.

of the county as estimated. for 10 mills.; No. 17 for 10 mills OSCAR II. HICKS I I pa in 18U2 Bishop J. C. Gronnery day.

To meet the interest payments and No. 18 for 10 mills boundaries of ,: TOWN };UC'l10I.I.En presiding.
the ulti- Jacksonville Aui -t 1. Oscar Bas I Jacksonville, August I. Accom-
provided a Sinking Fund for this book !!u FOR SEPTEMBER EIGHTH Admitted into -
above districts recorded in full connection at
mate redemption of County bonds in iI Hicks, 20. of Waldo. died in thin ,,Died bv family the body of Rev.
(No. 6)), on 112 to 119 inclusive, Palatka Fla-, two later Bishop
pages years ,
pursuance of the requirements of the city yesterday morning after a lingering I Mayor Peek has i issued his orocln- John A. Hendry will bit forwarded thl
of Board of Commisi Atticus G.
minutes County Haygood, presiding, and
law. it is determined and hereby declared illness.\ lIe was a native of matlon calling an election for September morning to Leesburg, where the funeral -
i sloners.I was ordained alder at the 18ifi!
session
that a tax rate of eighteen Salt Rock W. Va., and had resided 8th for the following! town officers and Interment will\ be held this
The Trustees of the several disi of the conference Bishop John
miler upon the dollar be levied, assesK'd I in Florida for several years. He came ; Mayor, three aldermen, mar ,, afternoon in the family plot In the
above named having certifiedthe I C. In
tricts Granberry. officiating Tampa
,
and i.. hereby imposed upon all i to Jacksonville about a month ago shal, ascssor clerk, treasure and tax. city cem"t.ry.rho Senshole' funeral!
voted be Fla.
rate of millage to assessed I II
from his home Waldo. He collector Inspector for the electionwere | parlors have charge of the .
the property I lying and being in theCoui.ty in was a arrangementis.
as above set forth it was de- His first charge wan Osceola Mission
eon of Rev. Wellington B. Hicks appointed an follows: F. A. .
Bradford the first day
of on pas-
the fixedbe in the Orlando Dr. T. J.
termined that tax rate so district
Scott R. S.
tor of Waldo church. The Humphrey, A. H. Johns
Baptist
of January, A. D. 11>25. I levied and it is hereby fixed and Nixon P. E. 181)2-13. In 1891 ho was I'j Fort Pierce Aug. L-Rev John A. ,
body by
accompanied relatives
To meet the current expenses incidental assessed against all the property of forwarded to Waldo yesterday after-was STATE GETS $13.20 WORTH appointed to Lake Worth Mission | Hendry, 158, pastor of the Tint

and necessary to the operationof each of the above named Special Tax where the funeral and Of' BRADFORD LANDS\ Rev. A. E. Householder, I' E., serv- : Methodist church of this city, died In
noon Inter-
the public schools of the County Districts for the year A. D. 1925 in ed Volusia Mission 1NU5! Apalachicola a Jacksonville hospital late Friday '
and to the salaries of teachersand ment will take place this afternoon.The 1 An indication of how rapidly Brad
pay the County of Bradford and State of station 1800, Starke 1897, Lakeland according to news received here to-
repair school houses as estimatedby within the arrangements were in charge of ford county lands are increasing in 1898-9 Bradcnton :Madison !1
Florida, lying and being I 1300. day. He had been \ill for about three
the County Board of Public In- boundary of each of the several Spe- Moulton and Kyle. | value is seen in the amount of lands 1001. lie waa agent for the FlorIda weeks and recently underwent an -, f

struction it is determined and hereby cial Tax School Districts above men- CO. C. ENTRAINS JOB CAMP: : that went to the state for unpaid taxes College in 1102-3. I opration. i

declared that a tax of ten mills upon tioned and described.To :NEXT SUNDAY :MORNING I his year a total of 113.29. In for ,: He served Quincy station, and in The funeral was held In Lee burg "

the dollar be levied, assessed and is meet the Interest payments and mer years the larger part of the lands 1U07( was appointed by Bishop Gal Saturday!

hereby imposed upon all the propertyin to provide a sinking fund for the ultimate Co. G, 154th Inf. Captain Julian L. were generally sold, to the state for I loway as presiding/ elder Jackson Reverend Hendry began his pastorate -

the County of Bradford on the first redemption of the bonds in the Peek, in command will entrain for a the amount of taxes due to ho redeemed ville district which ho served with here about eight month ago/ and

day of January, A. D. 1925. bonded Special Tax Districts number- two weeks "rest" at Camp Johnston, later by the owners. This marked success for four years, 1910- soon afterwards launched the construction -

To meet the expenses: to be paid'I f ed Three (Starke) and Six (Lawtey), Jacksonville Sunday morning leaving year what few tracts sold for taxes I Sanford, IH! 1-13, Springfield, Jacksonville of what, when completed,

out of the Widow's Pension Fund, It t; the boundaries of said districts above Starke on the Cedar Key train. were bid in locally, the state getting U>. J, Starke and Hampton will be one of the finest and molt

is determined and hereby declared I Sixty men will to his I around 15 tracts.REVIVAL also 1915. In
named being duly recorded on page go camp ,.ear.ST.RKE 1010 Palmetto 1917 complete church plants In the state.

that a tax of one-half mill\ upon the 113 and 118 of Book 6, minutes of ,I AT_HEILBRONN Largo. 1918 Arcadia 1919 Plant City He was one of the best. known !Methodist -

dollar be levied, assessed and is here, County Commissioners, It ii determined GltOUERS- MEET 1 Elder Thos. M. Huff, of El paso, and 1920. In 1921 Perry 1922-23-2-1 pastors in the state, having served -

by imposed upon all the property lying and hereby declared that a The Starke Growers' Association Texas will begin a revival meetingat Conference secretary education.At Florida churches! for about thirty

and being in the County of Brad tax rate of five mills upon the dollarbe will hold a regular meeting at the Heilbronn Spring Wednesday the last session of the conference years with a creditable record.

ford on the first day of January A. levied and messed for the year courthouse, Saturday August 8th at night: to continue through the third he was appointed to Fort Pierce He had led In the construction bf a

D 1923 for the Widow' Pension I A. D. 1923 on all the property embraced 3 p. m. A good attedance desired. Sunday All Invited. I charge which he served with remark- large number of new church baild-

Fund. within the boundaries of each able energy until he was stricken- 'ngs throughout the state, IT* was

For the encouragement and pro Many June hu+hands are forgettinghow Nothing\ tickles a real dog more and brought to Riverside hospital, born In DeSoto County and residedIn

tection of Agriculture as authorized l'. (Continued on page 5.) to dn\e with one hand already than biting a pedigreed pup. Jacksonville: where he died Thurs- Florida during his! entire Ufa-time.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 7. 1923H .:1
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SOME- IMPRESSIONS- --- with its magnificent hotels and office :, wood. Dredging:I of another lake of I II

OF HOLLYWOOD buildings/ its banks, and its hundreds i I like extent, is in process opening on New Ideas in Better Buicks I
of apartment houses and attractive Ithe I canal, further to the north. Pro- I Many

t The writer having been one of the homes; its numerous surrounding i I ceeding in a northerly direction,
fortunate few making the initial gigantic development! of along the canal, one approaches a ,
trip from Staikt to Hollywood which probably, Carol Gables stands I point separated from the ocean, byI ;
the-Scu jots clown a fow pleasant re- pro-eminent, and across Bay Bis- sand bar, which will be removed, and "1,
mcmbrancett that may be of interest cuyno to Miami Beach, with Its I will bo tho opening into the deep Water -
to readers: miles of bathers. With only one harbor to be completed at a cost
the congestion is something of $15,000,000 with jetties and channel eat I3 i ic
Leaving here June 30th in one of causeway, ter? ;
the comfortable busses of the Hollywood terrific; there should be at extending one mile into the ocean.
Company under the care of least four to accommodate the needs. Lake, Mabel, will be deepened to JO
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; Mr.. Doyle, local representative of the Between Hollywood and Miami, feet and when the work is completed! ,
Company, our road led via Gainesville one pusses through several important will be one of the finest harbors on

Hawthorne, Ocala, Leesburg, communities. There Is Hallan- the Atlantic coast, and surroundingit
dale, said to bo the greatest ship- will be the industrial portion of -
made for dinner, thence ,..
was
AIw a Orlando stop Mt. Dora, arriving at St. ping point for tomatoes In the state; Hollywood. Here will be the shipyards I i : 0i .
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Cloud, where the atop was made for there is OJua< and Biscayne and and !great warehouses, and '1.
other for the tremendous ,,
southward others. requirements ,
the night, Wednesday morning -
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!and eastward, striking the vicinity I Tradition has it that a negro, amount of both imports and exports ,
of the coast at Melbourne. working by the roadside, was asked which will undoubtedly use i+i+e t mty
Thence southward again alone the I by passing tourists, "what are you this great harbor. This great enterprise :
;, famed Indian and St. Lucie rivers, doing?" "0 Just' digging.: : ," was the is being! conducted entirely by
And "what digging?" the Hollywood people, not one cent of
sparkling with jowulud sunlight icply. are you \
restless with the tides and the "0 JUH' rock," and so came the name aid being asked of the Federal !gov
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breezes sweeping in from tho I of the town and whate seemed to be ernment. And with no bonded indebt I Standard Six, five passenger two-door sedan
"grand old Atlantic,"-dinner at its principal industry, the shipment of edness. There will never be any taxes .

t Stuart, thence at a leisurely gait, arriving I hundreds of cars per month, of Ojun assessed in Hollywood, for the pur-
at West Palm Beach and rock, for road building purposes. pose of paving streets, or public .
crossing/ wondrous Lake Worth The I This rock is easily mined as it is buildings" all these being providedfor Greater Power More Protec- the leader In the Industry have boot. tl na. 11ch'sed.ImilicH are by FI..!>.
in the development plans. adhered to throughoutThe < r and ui>h jliturcd In qualitylilush
nights stop was made at Palm barely covered with soil. tion to Working Parts In- mechanical Improvement) Introduced .
Beach. Nearly the entire distance, I Returning to Hollywood in ample hanging from our boat to our cluded Prices Lower would have been tuuiilU- tlulck' has nlw u)H been noted for !
bus the ; trod Impossibilities only a your n"", .*. its sealed .chassis which prevent
the roads were extremely good one j time for our 6 o'clock dinner, the evening once more we were on way
work of Buick dirt 0.Ole' entering of the
I They represent the any
detour taking us over the bridge'I I hours were given up to surf this time westward, to that portionof marvelous Buick again renouro deinoiiHirutod mid ablution the ir research and ,'nln..rlng! stags constantly moving partti Now It him added an
which was the scene of the sudden I bathing/ dancing, lounging in the hotel Hollywood, now being developed the automotive Induatjyh< n It Invtraduced striving" for betterments.The ,air cleaner, oil. niter and gasoline
: : strainer Th no. combined with thestandard
and terrible ending of the Ashley I Irang' I lobby, or as best suited, the individual and Hold as their high class residen- the In thin present latest Butter Buick Uulck.Kmbroccd olTorInit t -. new prices of likewise the inKlntorlnic.production representachievements Buick construction, practuall .
tial Hection In between this section >' eliminate the poBHlblllty of "
preferences of the guests. are additional power andstrength and business departments -
I and the business of Hollywood the newest e'neIneeringachievements of the Buick organisation.and any foreign substance entering the
part ,
the best for the last
of words with Reserving a .
engine
I have no command fluHlirmd to ,give even ur. I In no small measure due to the or moving parts of the .j
which to portray these wonderful : party of some CO or more on Friday will be two fine 18-hole golf courses, lonfrer mutot ear life the mLxltnutn phenomenal 1 nppiovul of tlulcks Itv chassis ,,",1. consequently, mlnlmlxeNervlcn
,;, "twin cltlos"-\Vest Palm Beach and I morning, saw Hollywood by land and and two more artificial lakes. In beauty comfort and and refinements safety, IjoMtl nf design H new the suited public: : In continuously Thin latter' : factor ImrinHliiKnales has llfo of the requirements carnecmiee and add to the ,

"t Palm Deach-nor the beauties of by water. Taking bus at the hotel, One so fortunate as to possess and nnliih n preventing the Intent with the attendant .p""rlt>lll- there three new units "
Lake Worth one needs to see for one proceeds eastward, along Hollywood motor boat, may take a cruise of kill In body c.nttsmnn..hlr,1 ties of economies In purchasing. and have no moving parts, there Is nothing -
e I miles inside the bounds. of Hollywood In face! of them material und costly : production to net out of adjustment. They; ",
ws himself. Stopping at "The Billows" Boulevard, one of the main aj improvements lower prices uro announced The complete lino Includes' 18 mod- require no power-In th rouKhly .
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y on the ocean front, we were soon disporting thoroughfares, 120 feet in width. One UH these two last throughout the mtlra line eta, six 'In the standard Six and ten automatic, onlyoctfiHlonal .
lakes will connect with the of Standard and MAster Sixes. In the Master Six 'lasH. I In nil caviHtho cleaning to remove the
of reaches the circular drive surround ,
in tho billows ,
f ourselves I The site for the Tho announcement and the showIng distinctive Buick lines have dirt and "grime gathered from the .
the Atlantic. The water here is a ing the beautiful park facing which, waterway. of the bettor BulckH flllcnced the boon continued with reanomontn air fuel and nil.
wonderful clear of sand and to the eastward side, Is the one and three and a half million dollar hotel, rumor that Buick would abandon such aft the rotmillnir of radiator Tho ahovo illustration shows the ',:
c' green, I I the valve-ln-heart for another type lines and the addition lOt MreamtlnomoiildlnKH Standard nve-passenirer two- "
'I will be in this section preliminary '
sediment, but there is no such wide onn-hnlf mill inn dollar hotel. To the engine which would permit ofch,'ap- All are Mulshed, In new. d i or ,: III"h price of thin model,
s s? beach as we find at Pablo, or at Or- north of the hotel is the 18 hole golf I!, work having been started, as we er conatrtictlon The name lrlt'I,1, end Hiitlful' tntien, of durnhlo, hoc,. .. Clint. Is representative. of the increased -
: learn since our party were there. Al- thnt were Inaugurated hv Bukk .1 I Soma <,f Iho "tin,dels. hate hw 1 <-ti mUuco Million included In the uiitlru -
mond-Dnytonu. Our sight-seeing i I course. Because of the fact that the years ao and which have made. It Htiliih In distinctive comblmi- I lute of Better Buloka.
trip after our satisfying 6 o'clock Immense steel jack-knife bridge'crossing 'I so will be erected, one of the finest

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twin cities was very thoroughly en- way, wan not quite completed, it was i
joyed.A necessary to cross this waterway, on Dut enough, as said before one vouch for every member of the party, that the number of such laborers totaled on the rentals of their farms.
further delightful trip next ,, Johnson street on a temporary needs to see this for himself, to in saying that the whole trip was en- approximately 109,000. Many were persons who had sold
morning, partly In sight of the ocean?: bridge (eventually there will be four thoroughly grasp the magnitude of joyed to tho very fullest extent. Es- Despite the fact that during 1920, their farms but were obliged to take
and at times, some miles inland, of these bridges, electrically openedfor this undertaking.' I pecially do we wish to assure our the peak post-war year in farm pros- them back because of the failure of
S' through prosperous towns and villages the passage of boats, in less than On Saturday, the day was given kindly and efficient conductor, Mr. perity, when there was a net gain In agreed payments, while others returned -
end, the lust 57 miles of our GO seconds), j over to tho exercises in connection Doyle, of our appreciation of his the total 1 farm population of around because they failed to find the

.4: jurney wn. covered, arriving at Hollywood I "DcbuH ing" at the beach, we inspected ;, with the celebration of our great na ever thoughtful attentions and anticipation 500,000 over the preceding year, this city all that they had expected it.

i' In time to check in at the the new $150,000 Casino and :, tion's birthday. Some thirty to thir of our comforts. recent survey indicates! a discouragement SAMPSON CITY
Great Southern Hotel for the midday I bath house, said to excell In size and ty-five thousand tired but happy peo- HIRED LABORERS ARESHORT apparently on the part of hired
meal. cost and elegance of its equipment, ple, enjoyed this to the utmost, if one IN STATE laborers and a return to the cities. It This is a village of great possibilities. -
l One would scarce expect any development anything of Its kind south of Atlantic -' might judge from their looks and I is cited, however, that the opposite It is the junction of three rail-

t company to transport Its City. The dancing pavillion, with behavior. Decrease on Farms! of 3.1 Per Cent in movement to the farm on the part of ways-the Southern, tbe Seaboard's
guests some 300 miles, to show them its glass floor, is susceptible to wonderful Sunday morning, with unanimous Year's Time. city population for gross movement Wannee branch and the Tampa and
anything but Its own development color combinations, at the | feelings of regret at having to leave totalling 1,306,000 persons. Of this Jacksonville. It has a turpentinestill
Hit, Hollywood people are different. pleasure of the switchboard operator. but with the kindliest feelings for all Tallahassee-That the percentageof number it is estimated by the Department and a big cross-tie exporting
Having already shown us the wonders Returning to a landing place on the the Hollywood people, with whom we hired laborers on farms decreased of Agriculture that only I business. It has a high location near

of West Palm Bench and Palm canal, thc party embarked< on a com- hal
beach our sight-seeing itinerny for ,: niodmiH motor bout Turning south, made for home, over practically the and the name date of 1925, is shownin the rest consisting mainly of and well drained Thursday afternoon included Miami, this canal opens on an artificial lake, same route as that followed on the I a survey of farm population made truck farming, grapes and peaches.
tho wonderful play ground of the I Home hundreds of acres in extent, lying I going trip. Arriving home Monday hv the United States Department of I owners of farms who found that they Several good stores serve the neigh-
wealthy and indolent of high society wholly within the limits Holly-1, afternoon, the writer thinks he can I Agriculture in which it is estimated could not afford to live in the titles borhood.
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Those living at distant points, more than four months to mature; Iclenl: locations for sanitariums. We seekers. may be gathered from five acres of
who have read the foregoing descriptive some crops only two or three. A marneed a central sugar factory. We "A LITTLE FARM well tilled land. Let us see what this
i, articles of Bradford County ket is always near at hand. From need crate factories and sash and WELL TILLED" area will hold. There will be room

s must, perforce, have reached tho eonten to twenty acres of land U enough blind factories. Raw materials for Many an office drudge or other for residence and outbuildings and
cluslon that, should they choose their and after the homestead is paid for, such factories we have in abundance. employe in a business where he can flowers; for a strawberry patch; a
homer here, they would not be exbut little more means will be requir In fact, factories of various kinds never hope to be his own master, as small vineyard; a garden; a patch of
q, posed to the privations and dlrtlculed, as there will soon be an Income could be established here profitably, well as many a woman, who must de- tomato and cabbage plants to sell.
ties that beset pioneers. And they from the land. Living is cheap, as as these days, when fuel oil Is used pond her own efforts for sup- Making egg production the specialty,
are rigl-t J Everything here is ready but little clothing is required and the to a great extent instead of coal, port, upon dreams of a small farm away there will be room for fowl l houses
made fo. the new settler. The first fuel necessary Is found on the land. proximity to the mines is not necesfro sUffocatingheat and marrow- and runs for patches of green feed for

pioneers! subdued the wilderness; Can better inducements be offered to Mr)'. Factory buildings can be put stiffening cold, where he can sit un the fowls. In a corner will be room
l! nnd their HUssrssors improved what the man of moderate means ? up cheaply here, as no costly excavadlr his own vine and fig treevhere for a wood lot and pig pen. Fruit

their predecessors had begun in the Small capitalists can here find a tions are necessary for foundations. there is no "punching the clock" and trees, including the fig of the dreams,
c way of roads, schools, mulls, stores, profitable field for investment. We Clay is found near the surface everyno steam whistles. But so far it is may be scattered all over the place,
markets and knowledge of how to have mentioned that improved farms where nnd brick making would be only a dream. What he knows of and stands. of bees may be scattered

} produce and sell. can be though, as. many owners are profitable country life is only what he has seen' all over the place, here, where so

Rut there is still room fur Improve- bitten by the bug of "unrest." Yet .cannery was erected in Starke during his infrequent excursions. It few things are required for living,
ments of various kinds before we cannioy their number is limited. .profitable years ago. It was rather premature, takes a lot of money to acquire even will enable the owner to live in com-
<' all the advantages of modern business would be to buy raw land, as at that time, growing anything tho smallest farm up North; it re- fort-and there you are.
civilized life that bless thickly settled break, fence, ditch and build dwell- but staple farm crops, was hardly quires prodigious bodily strength to Vet let nobody believe that things
communities. Such things cost ings and arns-lreatinll ready made thought of. It was operated interperform( the heavy work, and much can be produced here without
money, which means heavier taxes farms for home-seekers, who, in nine mittently always by inexperienced ,kill in making a farm pay in that No heavy work, to be sure, bat constant -
than we BIO at present able to pay cases out of ten, would rather buy men, and therefore proved unprofithORtlle climate well applied work in as neces

Therefore we desire an increase I in complete homesteads than "start from able But It is about to start up again But the dream may yet be realized comers anywhere else, Neither rapt
our population, so that, with tho same the stump." Pecan orchards bring under better auspices. As practical -If the dreamer will move to Brad count on gaining their
mount of taxes we now pay, or even sure returns. We need laundries. and experienced canner will operate ford county, Florida. It takes' port by working for others. They
less. we may bring about many We need a fertilizer factory. Wide it and make it a success. This year comparatively small sumo get a should come prepared to start pro-
blessings: that we now, taking the awake n.en from sections where all has demonstrated that products to fill start as a farmer here. We have no duction for themselves. The labormarket
population as n whole, do. not enjoy. kinds of enterprises flourish! would the cans can be grown in any quantity work that requires more strength here is well.supplted so far.

What inducements do we offer to have no trouble finding ways for -such as peas, bean. beets, tomothan what it possessed by a 16-jear CONCLUSION:
This
home-Keekers to justify them coming profitable Investments of their capital touring corn ami sweet potatoes. old boy, and lack of skill is offset by of ends the ten-weeks exposition
to Bradford County? here. the last month of the strawtha generous climate, which coaxes for.*""Bradford county has to of-
The man of large means need not berry season the prices are dropping, everything into growth. While we have endeavored to
In contradistinction to some of the tarn aside from Bradford because of the glutting. of the mar- mention every circumstance in favor
county, A five-acre piece of land does
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other not
counties of the state, we do not in the belief that we have nothlne./ ...... with berries I from states north of Bradford county as a place to )live
mean much to the general farmer but '
solely I I cater to millionaires and ,
The class of These berries of prosper n, we have
worth his attention. This is a region us. instead exaggerated
is quite sufficient for what
I thu buys homesteads and grows being shipped- be utilized the we may nothing Every assertion be
of The sea can by term the farmer.' can
"fancy In China
ciopsn\ gonl enough for us. They coasts of Florida have been exploited canner for perserves. and as the the easily proved .We hope our ndea..
or Japan of such
possessor a ors w"
will find land at moderate prices, a so much till there is little more left plants may be utilized by the nnn tract would be considered a magnate help to have our vacant lands
henlt'ifnl' climate, schools ant to be done. Attention is now being occupied by contented settlers U we,
be made -he would make ,
plants may to bear until the it support a big at the
same time' have
a chure'ios! Establishing themselves turned to desirable inland locations. caused the eyes '
family and. besides bring him
here is. an easy matter as everythingthev And they can be found here. middle of June, strawberry pereerv- a ash" or "yen" to, hide many in of present Bradford< citizens' to be op-
away a to their
C need, including labor, can he We need large hotels to accommodate tag will constitute an important item. secret place. The Japanese market to lM! that ninny advantages, and
had on the spot. No croprrown.. except tourists. We need resorts on The proximity of the cannery is, of gardeners around Jacksonville demenough Bradford county Is good I
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cotton and sugar rave, requires our many fine lak"s. Here are many course, another inducement for homeonatrate what a wealth of products ro tojtem- *e will feel amply
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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 DeWITT C. JONES, Hardware E. H. SMITH ,

t BRADFORD COUNTY BANK CORPENING'S DRUG STORE E. L. BIGGS, MD. J. R. DAVIS & CO. J. H. and J. T. MOORE "

STARKE GROWERS ASSN." INC. W. E. MIDDLETON, M. D. STARKE BAKERY N. B. HULL Lawtey State Bank -

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

MITCHELL'S DRUG STOK'. GTCVS, DAIRY F. A. SCOTT G. M. INMAN'j- HARRELL&SON
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 7. 1923 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK FLORIDA PACK TUBES
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into the woods The supply system. 1
commls8ion.\\
Hall'3 Catarrh Medicine says Mi Hal, who i n at ; I _

Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs Th' .. 'i" are In :i "ri" 'ti nndl- taking vigorous: steps toward the I )na nC/ 0 i Lake Woith-Work to start on .

.... .-n.... ...nNe........-...-.----. .-.-...W rv.., lion much v n" .tlce. than that w'a,, .tnrr1 I" ", b m. In.a them" d,1 1hralth iiirbmL' of dynamiting! in the frr.h ,I. iiuUio.i of twenty new dwellings ..
TI.t tact i roves that while water ,taken and rivers of the state I'Il'1'l'. y
Catarrh Is II local disease. It In greatly Since July 1. the department" has established -! rAr/ .
rL Live State News Influenced by t'On"tItIJIIOnR'Ondltlon". '
itself decided rautpa-Throe-stury $800,000 ar-
II\LI.1 "AT'"II M".IC'I"i1'1 U It ax 11 opposition -
Combined Treatment ha t't local and Internal to such law breaking. i ado building to bo constructed in- ,'.
rind line been Rur.'ul In thtrentment toi-o,'turn of Magnolia, and CentralVMMHICS ,
of Catarrh for
over forty years.Fold
Told by Our by nil druggist' e t e. t a. e e. ASP and Uifayetto street. '
Exchange F J Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. R : .
S S FLORID WEEKLY REVIEWS INDUSTRIAL a N tort 1>i'rcewk'belnl' rushed ;

on uncompleted link of State Road
Gainesville-Ground was broken I cording to Duncan, destroyed in that commissioners authority to pay Hess e e e e t e e e e. a r No H between this city and Okoehobee -
not to exceed $5,000 was readto "
a sum !
and work is progressing! on the new '! immediate section during the last the board yesterday by County At- Monticello-$00,000 bond Issue voted Say "Bayer"Insistl >' .
stiucture which will house the Pepper three months. for pavement of city streets.
torney J. E. Matthews. This bill to- Jacksonville Armour and Company
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Printing and Publishing Com- I For Colds Headache: -
gether with other data on the case : bond issue voted to establish for
Ipanj'o plant, which is being erected Baldwin-The second man to go Zephryhilh450,000 department
tin the lot adjoining the government crazy in Baldwin, a little town in the was turned over to Ion L. Farris, at- for new high school building. Pain Lumbago I freeilug fish in local cold storage

[building. western end of Duval county, lost his torney for Hess, who will appear with plant; approximately S.000,009 lbs.
I'I mind I the l' eand furnished his client at the session August :20.:! Tampa-Contract awarded for construction Neuralgia Rheumatism of fish to be handled annually.

Tallahassee-Frank Rawlins, daring of $60,000 incinerator. .
some excitement until he was hand-
I Madiaon-Tuesday was openingday Accept only ;a I
Jacksonville Twentieth
murderer of a Jacksonville theatre cuffed and taken the QA Century
to
county jail for this Lakeland-$10,000 apartment houseto
in the tobacco markets
munuger in 1921, escaped yesterday by C. II. Reid, road patrolman, as- leaf be erected on Ridgewood street.Lakelrnd u"'l Buyer package: ; Enterprises to build $500,000 motion
section, and quite a bit of the _
picture studio in Florida nlto forty
from State Road Camp No. 3, sited by others. The man, Robert ;
I near Defuniak Springs; the prison : Manualt, negro seemed to be laboring from Madison county was sold. and at -SOO-room hotel to bo which contains proven directions miles out of this city being consider

office has been advised. i(I under the fear that a band of men good prlcea. The opening day sand was erected here at cost of 800000. Ilan>\1y "nIl3'(>1'" boxes: of 13 tablet i>il for project. _
confined almost to
entirely
bottles of 24 and 10U-Druggist*
Also
after him.
was Last week
Bradenton-In ten days it will be | Barton Tursday, a leaves. The Edgewood Tobacco Co., Sebring-Crawford Motor Company A"|ilrln ,. Uw .line melt of hair Mutiutaitun P'ans' to be announced shortly for
I Copeland.
[possible to drive "Lizzie" right up tola ago stature went at a Baldwin near giantin andit of this city received the highest! price I to :build new home. at kluuiMcvtlimukliMUir. utTiunpn 8a11<,1I..0I1i construction of now railroad to tap

big tank car, hitch her onto the crazy I paid anyone Tueoduy at the Quitman west coast of Florida and make direct
six subdue him.
required to
men Mount Dora-All streets and ave- nut'
sand leaves I
teed hose, end loud with "sixteen- warehouse conic of their connection with Chicago and
up Copeland later was sent to the state -
nues to be* paved at cost of $160,000 ,
running up to DOc a pound. They middlewest.Snrasota.
[cent /gas, though the price will prob- insane hospital. -Contracts uwurdoil for con- ,
I sold 1026 pounds altogether and 1 -
bo a bit above that. Avon Park Florida
counting and all averaged17c. -Pittsburgh struction of Gary and Jackson -Plans undt.rVII)' for
I Jacksonville Beach-The bad condi- sweepings Company to enlarge packing house. Heights sewer system. | construction of new railroad between
Live Oak-Unprcccd.mted activity tion of the beach at present has caused -
this and Fort Ogden to
Bin the sale of farm lands is taking several minor accidents during the ,' Milton\ -700-acre blueberry farm, High Spring*-Plans under way to city open up
[place in Suwannee county every day. last week. Motorists are warned to West Palm Beach-The death shortly I' largest in world, being eimbllshed widen, beoutify and electrically light vast amount of virgin territory.

(Many homeseekers and others from be carefulas to their speed for with before noon Thursday of Karl near here by Berry Ranch Company. I State Road No. 5 to Georgia" line.
Schrebneck parallels in several par I The dawn of a new era Is frequently -
{different Live states Oak in the South are corn-suitable ; the beach in as bad a condition as it ticulars that of Joseph Hay, 00, New Jacksonville-Newly organized At- I Fort Myers-First oil refinery in obscured by clouds of pessi
ling to seeking acreage j !is now. a car may easily turn over tf York. who No- lantic and Gulf Fertilixer mism.
I committed suicide last Companyto state of Florida to be erected here by
for planting blight leaf ciga-
tha driver loses control for
even an
vember 14 The suicide of Hay occurred begin operations shortly. I Iowa syndicate
rette tobacco during the next season. i instant. The sloughs which have There Is HO much bonze in New
after lie
shortly noon. leaped
I, formed the last ten days arc due to from the same floor of the same Orlando Southern Bell Telephone Gainesville-Not return of $225,000: i York now they have quit looking! up ,
Y Live Oak-A petition is being cir- extreme low tides and to the south building on the same day of the week Co., to build $200,000 exchange building 'I reported from Aluchuu County cucumber drunk people.At .
culated and pretty generally signedto wind which has been blowing steadily. .
within a few minutes of the same crop.
be presented to the board of county This condition will improve when a f
commissioners at the next regular few high tides sweep the bench or time at which Schrebneck's death Apopka-Public Service Company Ocala-Ford Motor\ Company selects nliilit nfti-r the rvimlnii maRl !:the ,
for bond election occurred. Both men were of approximately rebuilding lines throughout city. 1 'Wrixlil hour" Then unil alouil. In ,
meeting, asking! a the wind shifts to the west or north. the Marion County site for experimental the family
at an early date for the qualified voters same age and both were planting of rubber plant I
i tf { :"R'obert well-to-do financially. Members of Tampa-Contract let at $181,030 ,, j I Unfold D..IIvvright's
::0. a proposition to bond the county I Lakeland-T. B. E. G. I \\ )i T
t:0t in the cum of $3,000,000 for the pur- Grimes and Frank Colzin, three members the Schrebneck's family today refused for renovation and improvement of Oraceville Largest watermelon
') pose of building hard-surfaced high- :' of the Winter Haven police force to give out any statement. Funeral Tampa Day Hotul. I shipping point in world, ships first
' j arrangements have not been 1025 melons from West Florida.
( | were convicted in Polk county crimlI I f
i ways. Boynton-Street paving in County Intel earl' beat .turv"A San .I llio \
1 I made yet.TallahasseeThat. ,.vrral hunk nI h..and, feat.Ilia \
sal FA'hrr" l
court today on a charge of firing 1
t ;; ; Club Estates, new subdivision, to Cleriiunt-Florldit DIAtomite Company I un .1..lnli thlN w,'hn, n w..k "utter' )
Tampa-Reports that a band of an- at the rear of an automobile us it tart at once. !puh'1,,, Ara, I lit'onrulrtlrm., .' ''nr"IV ,
of local .
: archists Tampa following citsclosuhes passed them. The driven the recently starts operation large ,In- ,II I A ,sletun,,,',, a.0 ""'I' flfI'iI
, arc in carVIIS { ,, ,, h.r. ., n'. A ., h. v Yhl
created Fresh Water Fish and Game plant.
yesterday that Norman Klein by D. C. Ryels, a Winter Haven youth MelhournelJelbourne Investment ,0 R--0 0To ,
" was arrested on a state charge charged who the officers claim was speeding. Commission has begun its work in an Company to put up $50.000 arcade Fort Lauderdale-lane under way I

I had not been apprehended for a There were nine bullet holes in the effective manner is evidenced in the building! for construction, of north and south I
,'t federal offense until department of rear of the car. The policeman will fact that two fish dynamiters swam highway througnN 13roward County. Stop n Cough Quick
justice agents naked for his custody probably be sentenced by Judge H. K. the Suwnnnc'e River a few days ago Fort I'ierce-.S Lucio County votes tnke HAYFS' 1I :Al.INO HONEY 11
: ,today. The charge of threatening Oliphant tomorrow. in order to escape a deputy of that $850,000 bond Issue for road con Lake W urth.uj'jjjnll: ;; ; permit. totaling I, rough nuxtirinn which slops thnrnuilh by
' the president had not been definitely office, leaving behind two sacks and struction. $50,870 Issued in past seven healing the inllnnied and /irritated\ tissue-
".t 1 .established, it was said. Immigration I Panama City::Assurance.; of an ade- (hundreds of floating fish which they days. A l 1.>x of UKOVL'S; O-1'EN-TRATF.
"I! officers to force his de- quate supply of low priced power for thud killed. A deputy of the commis- St. Petersburg-Tlmen Publishing SALVE for Chest Gilds. Hand Gilds and
expect
,4portation. lie Russian, believed numerous manfacturing industries :stun, upon hearing an explosion on Company buys site for erection of I Hninc-s City-Contracts to be Croup Is ",losirI with every buttle of
is a being organized in this section was the river, discovered that four rmnliud 10-story huilding.CroMont uwnrdud for I 11)21! : street paving pro HAY IS; HEALING HONEY. The salve
'Sto be of unsound mind and is an I. \Y.tW.
" should he rubbed on (ho client mid throat
the annauncement of just fired the river with dynamiteand ject.
today
given in
.. federal agents said. City- Putnam ounty if children suffering from Cold .
< a nt Crou|>
. plans for a 3,000 kilowatt hydro elec- had succeeded in K.ttintwo I
'" planning 1,0(10,000 I bond Issuo for I Port I'.rcWork. on ily'n two- Thf Mmllllft rffi-4 I of HHVI.n' listing honey In-
:;a: Tarpon Springs-Following the trio power plant to be erected at a Racks of fish in addition to many l'onstru'lion of sixty additional mlluo nnlliiin, liln the Ilinmt ,,,,,,11"11 with the liitnlln4Tt( >ct of
'sale of the mid-summer sponge catch cost of $500,009 by the Enconf inn which they had not hud tune to pick of municipal( mi|>roviii<>nt pro- brave... H O I I', It 1 rate ,Snlvr, thniutth the (M>r.a of
highway.I will hi full Ii "kin ituMhIVtill
pet soon in twiiijj wim" rtues a
here for approximately $333,000 100 Power Company on Enconfina Creek. up. Upon ."l'illthe deputy two of I I ri miMlIt nro imi.(ked| tn\ our i neon and I lhtMINI
'|hips have put to sea in one of the The stream is noted for its depth the men who were on the river swam EII'I"$11..000 grammar school Lukourtli rui-nt-acre site of tin. u."inliliii. tr<'ami', .lit In lit

Ilm08t picturesque and interesting industries and fall, but has not been utilized for across, while the other two escaped I building being erected on Citrus a\'e-I cured for expansion of itj'i water H''I Just auk IION your):V druggist!! for IIAYES'HEALING ;

; of Florida. The boats will power purposes. )

return here some time In October with
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Fort Lauderdale-Joe McNabb I--
the mid-fall catch which will add to
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aged 14, of Pompano a village north
" tfthe sponge sale that brings an an- II ,e v7r
i of here was seized by a nine-foot alligator -
,,!nual income to the city of $1,000,000 while bathing on the East I .t' .

',; or more I I Coast Canal. Three boy chums had

Leesburg iytor;;; creation of i just left the water and were on the
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'a $100,000 hotel at Wildwood where 'bank nearby at the time.One of the I LET'S GO !

new shops of the Seaboard railroad I boys seized a two by four plank and if

',:are being receted. will be put up to I rushed to the scene in time to save
:'the people there shortly, it was an- young McNabb's life. The alligatorhad
,: trounced this week. Decision In the the boys head first in his mouth

:matter hinges on the leasing of Ad- : when Green started attacking with I :

.jamsville Square at an annual rental the plank. It brought results as the r'I'O Till OLD TIMJK:
if of $1,000. In a communication to the I gator loosed his death grip. Young

A people of Wildwood, O. L. McRae, McNabb is in a hospital here with his I ; I > .
|member of the city council explains body covered with teeth marks and is

'i j the proposition. in a very nervous state. Doctors believe I :
he will recover.JacksonvilleRoy.
Jacksonville,-Eight stills in full

operation as well as a quantity of Hess, who Buffered -
mash and moonshine liquor were cap- the loss of nn eye and Injuryto i REVIVAL
tured in raids by federal prohibition the other optic as a result of an w tf

officers working out of the office here accident on the Jacksonville-St. Johns
r of H. L. Duncan, divisional chieftainfor I river bridge will have his claim for I 1

the state of Florida, in the Dins- I compensation from the county settled

> more, Duval county section late yesterday -, at t': o regular meeting of the board
No one was arrested. The August 20. A copy of the special act / /

destruction of twenty'-..even stills- ac- of the legislature giving the county 1M', AND GOSPEL OF HEALINGINTE1WJ2NOMINATIONAL

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------ - FREE TEXT BOOK LAW |! agriculture.. The quarantine of the paper vubllahed saiidd6County and State, nim, more or !ices. Including one-half, ?{ ",
i This Auu.t abutting streets or roadway which areRho '
or I federal government against importation I 1025.O.. W. ALDERMAN of tha parties thereto tu '" ror.
As many inquiries have been madeat I of foreign bulbs will loon be in I Clerk Circuit Court kOI.rJ" to public travel.

this udlco relative to the time atl I force. Florida soil is suited to the I, By C. A. KNIoWrDoputy the purpose sale. of to hatiifymtr bo made pumunnt the xtinl, ,,1 to l < 'i n4, I > ,
Clark.D.
which the free text book law enacted I growth of many different kinds of E. KNIGHT cost*.
the last legislature becomes effective Solicitor for Complainant. 8.7-01-9-4 A S CHEWS
by flower bulbs.TREASUItER. i Special Manu in 'umr(
(iX etj it !ill deemed advisable to send __ D. R: KNIGHT: .
I r |I MASTER'S SALB Solicitor for ..7.r
out this circular for the information ,,. LUNIMJ HAS Complainant >t. t 4aAstgR's

of school officers, teachers and pa i FINE UEI'OUT 1OU STATE ,' Hereby notice la given that under and byI SALB
virtue of that certain final decree. of foreclosure
trons. ;; .I the 6th. day of Notice I b hereby given that under and l
State Treasurer John C. Lunlng of made and entered on
1. All books adopted for use in Honorable A. Z. virtue of that certain final decor f i ieloiunrmade
I IAuiruat, A. D. 10211 by the : Y"r
1'lmllt>H 2U und Lpesburg has sent out a statement and entered on the 5th I
Elirhth Judicial Circuit
free Adkllu Judge of the
101)r the first six grades of the public I' InI August. A. D, ll>25, by the Honorable A
nt Florida! In and for Bradford County
the state /
showing the condition of .
schools of the state shall be furnishedby I In that certain therein nd. Adklnji one of the Judgu'a of the eighth Tin
Chancery. cause p
I treasury. at the end of fiscal year I between the The Federal clal Circuit of Florida In and for Orajfot. i
inn
the : { Complainant.
of
the state at the
expense : \ In that certain
In
4 Willie Sullivan it Wuldo, last Satur- June 30, and Florida Is in fine shape Land Bent of Columbia a corporation, ana County Chnncery. en i itherein
AT the of the of such pending between the complalnan-
HOt SB I'AltlY state for use pupils I against the defendant, Jeff II. Dowllng Ala *
I I The balance in the treo Bradford County Bank a corporation nnd I I-
rln y. such financially. 'I t Dowllmr. J. A. Howe Effle Howe. The
free schools in grades, ,
public
Subur and Mary Suber his wife the nol j r.
A; KINUSLEY :Mis. P. J Pearce and children, and whose parents or guardians are reai- Fry wan $0,801.557.50 of which $2,- I Florida the Lawtey' I'ine National Company Farm a corporation Loan Association' andI signet Special. Muster In said caufti> nppllra, ,

thoR enjoying a house Mrs P. B. Hunt, spent last Tuesday dents taxpayers of the state. I II I I 222.493.18 was in tho general reve- a corporation, the underalgned' Special" Muter id U, execute ad! decree, will on Monday '1 lioTth
Among or .. day of A. D litL'5. durlnir thn I
lake at S. nue fund. i I In said! cause, appointed. to execute said 01. : sr n'n'eOOh.. ,: : :
party this week at Kingsley with Mrs. Hunt's daughter, Mrs. 2. On or before the first day of 1 tree will on Monday, the 7th day of Sop.i legal hour before ttui i i .
Mr. and of Maxvllle.\ I 1 More than a million dollars was I tcmber, A. D. I'lL'D, during the legal hours of house door In Stnrlce. Bradford County P ,
are Simmons
M. the of May
Rest-a-While cottage I May 1926, and first day 'i 1 In8la.k. Ida, act! the following described lands, ttttun, ,
courthouse door
tt r.rrll. S. A. Bryan, of Baldwin, Mrs. Calvin Hartline, who bas been for of each year thereafter each county | brought over in three other funds, Rain thereon... Bradford before' County the Florida aril the ed In Bradford County Florida to the high! t

B. D. Leo and daughter, Mabel, of several months in Miami l Is looking superintendent shall prapare a list !I $801,122.08 in drainage tax funJ, following described lands lying and being In bidder The Northweat for cash. to-wltl quarter of Southeast

Raiford, Miss Ollie\ Mart, of Starke, lifter his real estate hero this week. giving the names of all text books I[ 621885.49 in the federal aid road said beet radfaiii bidder.County for cash Florida, to-wit U the hiffhhcatami of the Southwest quarter of Section 25,qunr Tov5 _i-
and children Mat- I 1 I-Iund. and $815.393.27 in the suspense Lore 5-1. If 08, and 6'l In Section Twenty hip R, South liango 22 Emit and conlnlnli ,:
number of each
t Mm. D. U RIgby Mrs. H. B. Weest, accompanied by I and the necessary I I and Loin n, 11 and North hnlf of lot 22 In 10 acres. more or lea*.
D. L. Jr., of Tampa. of the first of account of the state road department.I Snld Kale to be mode. pursuant to and r"
tie Belle and her sister, Mrs. D. W. Moore recently for the pupils grades 'I Section Twenty-nine, all In Township 0 Svuth *
Last Sunday Mr. and, Mrs. Bryan had I returned from !St.' Augustine, where the public free schools of the countyI Receipts for the month of June totaled Hangs 22 East an Known on map of laid the satisfaction of said ducreo with coat.
R. A. GREEN
I and of record
with Section Townahlna Rnnae na
as guests Massrs.. Mann and D. N. they have been slight-seeing and motoring I and .shall file such list on or before $1,875.106.82, compared the office of Clerk of Circuit Court of Special.' MoatrrK .
Bolar, Jr., of Norfolk, Va. and report a plasant trip. the first day of June 1920, and the disbursements of $I,7 I,496.04. I'n County and Stale, In Book 1, pane 1 of M. JOHNS .j
The pension fund disbursed $85- and plat ; aid lands containing 66 Solicitor for Complainant a-7-st.j-l
Orlando U first day of June of each and every
DI-ANCJIB ALnliUMANF.NTERTA ; Mrs. E. W. Easton, of 171. 67 and received $89-162, and _b ,
;MISS her mother year thoreafter.
; spending this week with ''I
started the fiscal with
before the first of new year
3. On day
INS or
!MM. II. F. Cht>lser. $409,373.63 to its credit. .
Emma Johnson, who has been the May, 1B26, each county superintendent I

Saturday Miss Blanche the Alderman membersof ': truest of her cousin, Mrs. Bertha Carver shall ascertain from the principal Contracts let by Southern Railway (

charmingly entertained of Jacksonville, returned to her of each school in the county the System for purchase of 27,300 tons

the class of 1921, who attendedthe I home here last Saturday.I I number of books owned and used by''II; new rail for delivery during last half

B. H. S. the home I V. H. Wheeler was a business each pupil in the first six grades dur- of 1925. This is addition to 55,000 BECAUSE OF RAIN

The party feathered at visitor. to Waldo last Monday. ing the school year 1926-27. Each tons ordered for delivery during first ;
of the hostess. and went to the Gaiety I principal shall record such date in '
the I Mrs. A. A. McDonald has recently half of year makes total 82,300 tons.
Theatre where they enjoyed pictures : had as her guests, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. blanks to be furnished by the state I IBoys i
the
"Woman Proof" being superintendent of public instruction. are not /getting sick half as

feature of the evening. After the I Wesley, of Waldo Two copies of this report of the often as they did before vacation I'
I Revival services began at the First
pictures the young people returned principal shall be filed with the county started. j
to the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. i i I Baptist church of Hampton, last superintendent. _

Alderman; and spent a pleasant hour I I Tuesday and will\ continue over Sun It will be seen that the matter of Even if sparerib prices arc down,

with music and talking of school days. 1'day and thence indefinitely.be conducted securing the necessary ;data from never hug a girl too hard. I The Sale of Cattle and Farm ;,
Those services to -
The hostess served delicious fruit I I!1 are I each school must receive attention
by Rev. B. F. Caudill, pastor of As a light summer pastime, we ,
punch and wafers t i I before the closo of this year's term
20th St. church Huntington suggest lying on the floor countingthe F. J. Patten
The guests were Miss Mary Boyer, Baptist of that school. Very respectfully, Implements By
W. Va. Everybody Invited.J. holes in the lace curtains. I I
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of Baldwin; Miss Claudia Terry, of W. S. Cawthon, II
Jacksonville; Misses. Eunice Perkins, I i Zcigler, of !Miami, Is the guest State Superintendent.NEWS I I Has Been Postponed To '

Laura Wynn, Iris Epperson, Isabel I,! his sister, Mrs. Josephine Sullivan SEED PEANUTS I

Fernandez, Messrs. Comer Longj;i this week. OF TilE CAI'ITOL I ::n
Hamilton Ritch and Hugh Brownlee I Mrs. F. B. Stephens, was the /guestof I N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea- I 1

4 Jr. i Mrs. O. Haynes this week. Mrs Lund values are increasing so rapidly outs $1.00 per bushel (Four cents ,

but formerly of Hampton, and has a that members of the Internal Hove- per pound f. o. b. Lowell. .1.. ]

{ MRS. JOHNS (;ilVES I host of friends here who are always nueFund Board' are hard put to really II. T. HALL COMPANY. !I

PORCH PARTY i Stephens. is of Norman Park, Ga., know what the proper value of land is. 1-9-tf. Lowsll. Fla. i

I glad I to see her. Land that two years ago the State
Mrs. E. M. Johns gave an unusually i Mrs. S. A. Saxon Is the guest of considered absolutely worthless, now I ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn llth

pretty porch party Wednesday afternoon I I'her'\ son, home Ogdan, of Graham this brings $100 to $600 an acre. Ch'ou'uur\ Eighth Judicial Circuit. Tuesday Aug.
from four to six, at her I I cery.Ilrailfoi-d County Stntu at FlurlUu,, In Chan

Kingsley lake cottage. The porch I wek.E.. J. King was a business visitor. Florida will use over three carloads I U W Alvnrel, Complainant I I

7 was decorated with Spanish. moss and i to the county seat last Monday of automobile license tags the next Mrs Frank va L. Wnrrcn. ..t al, DcfondnnU
quantities of pink crepe myrtle, and I .Mrs. J. C. CaMwcll and Misses Cortex fiscal year according to Ernest Amos It npnvartnu by affidavit apnvndnl" to the I I

at Intervals there were wall baskets and, Elizabeth Douglass visited Comptroller.The I bill Ho Frrrrnnn clad In that and above husband utiited-cauiie Etnmltt that B. Freemen 8a!-- 10 O'clock A. M.

of glowing zinnias. I| Mrs. Caldwcll's sinter, Mrs. B.: II. Lottlo Warren.: Dili Mcehan and husband ;
law takes I Jack W. Mhnn. the fondanta therein
new incorporation
and at
} Auction bridge wall played I I I Loflin of Jacksonville this week. nami-d aru non-raldenu of the SUM of Flor
the close. of the game it was found the pretty ribbon and seal of the papers ida and that Hallle Freeman and husband
that Miss Mable Weller had made GEORGIAN'I'TE II'TS but gives considerable quicker Emmitt Freeman and Lottie Warren. are.
each raldunta of :
Grand Valley of the Stateof
r high, and an a prize the hostess presented |I TO DYNAMITE CAR OKItRADENTON service to applicants, according to Colorado, and that Dixie Mrehan and
charming easel picture of FAMILY those who should know. I husband Jack W. Mcxihan are each residents RAIN OR SHINE
a
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I I of nit Louisville Avenue, of Monroe State nf
Kingsley lake. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Loublana! and each are over the ass of twvn ':
p made low and consoled with n Five Hurl by Explosion of Dynamite Governor Martin is literally buried I ty.one years : It la therefore. ordered. that ..aldnon..hlent ,.
was
I I Cap Under Auto with work just at present and as a defendant be (nil they are hereby ,
jar of bath salts. miulred. to appear to the bill of complaint
1-- result many individual and organiza- filed In laid, cause on or before Monday the
"r Mesdames R.
The guests were A'I 1I I I "Brodcnton, July 20.-Five residentsof tions are disappointed at his inabilityto Tth day of September A. D. 19 J ft, otherwisethe
Weeks, J. 1\[. Mitchell, Edward Seminole Park, Bradenton surburb attend public affairs and make alluiratlonii of sold bill will be taken anconfvaed -
by Bald dffendantj.
J. L. Peek, A. Z. Adkin, Miss Mary 1 i are nursing minor bruises and lacerations speeches. The governor however, is It ia further ordered. that this order be pub.

2 Curtis Williams, of Key West; Mrs. II today from an exploded dynamite busied with a large amount of detail In llnhed the one Bradford a week County for four Telegraph consecutive weeks : We can charge your
Mrs.' Dem- a IIBWIpaper f
J. E. Wilson of Cocoa
; and Cohen Miller 40 for- published In said
and
cop work such as bond signing and attending County State. YES HRS 5
mon, Miss. Mable Weller and Miss Moultrii Ga. of.. held In the Thin August 4th 1U2S. 8
merly of / board meetings which no one 0. W. ALDERMANClerk
Aileen Alvarez. county jal!, charged with attaching, an can do for him. The real executive Circuit Court Storage Battery InSmith's I :
I bomb underneath By C. A. KNIGHT
improvised dynamite
HAMPTONAn work such as calling the extra session Deputy Clerk'
an automobile in which the vie-' of the legislature, reorganizingthe D B.: KNIGHT I ,
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important realty sale here this thus were riding.A road department, coupled with Solicitor for Complainant 8.7B1.4 Starke

e week, was three lots. which front on I'' party, composed "f Mr. and Mrs the .smaller details, have placed him ORDER FOR PUBLICATION- Garage "

Hampton Lake, bought of Mrs. E. Z. I A. C. Hall, Mr. and Mrs.' Lee Thomas, under a heavy burden._ In Circuit r Court' -Eighth Judicial Circuit, Fla.I ,
Dicks, by the Hampton Beach Development and Shelby Plmes started for Bra 1 I Bradford County Stat of Florida In Chun- I .
Co. for $5000 denton Beach when Hall discovered I "The first shot out of the box we 1 1I eery. I '.
? rhu Federal Land Bank of Columbia, -
Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Miles\ of Plant what he thought wax a short circuit. I found several pumps which were not a corporation Complainant
brother revealed fuse attached delivering the full measure of gasoline v. I
hher
pity, have been the guest Investigation a
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Thorns Emma
In' Thomaa Jerry Smith
J. V. Jones, and mother, Mrslies to the manifold of the engine and said Commissioner Mayo, Genie Smith and Lawtey National, Farm I II I

ter Jones I I I coineting with the bomb comprising discussing the gasoline. inspection .Loan Association a corporation, Defend.antM. I t IlrXrlk, \

J. R. Sparks of Jacksonville, special | three sticks of dynamite suspended. work that is now being pushed for It appearing. by affidavit appended. to the I 1PIi''
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agent for the Gulf Refining Co., I I beneath the floorboards of the front the protection of the- public. Smith Mil filed and In Genie the ahovu Smith-stated his. wife cauae, two that of Jerry the j II I tUEODORE ROOfE1ElT

of Atlanta, was here this week In the ....nt. The fuse was burning toward Finn dynamiters;; ;are in troubte with k'fondnnta therein named are. rvidi-nU of 1850-
interest of the Company. He the dynamite Hull jerked the the State nf Florida but are concealingthem.
says cap.
the Fish and Game Commission. Blue i-lvea no that process cannot be served upon a"k
( words are not sufficient to express fuse away und was attempting to remove I Springs, near Marianna. was dynamited them, and that each nf them are over the ego

the, appreciation of the Gulf Refining the cop when it exploded, burn- I I by Georgia fishermen who were
Company for the good condition, r>'r and cutting him about the face. I later cuputn-d by the sheriff and a hereby .lu.1,> l to appear to the bill of complaint
a faithful management and rapid\ Other member of the party sufferedlike I filed In said cause on or before the
force of deputies. "th of .' .
day September. A. D. 1") ft. otherwise ...,
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?' growth of theh oil business at this :.njunc's.Pollco the ally ationa of enid bill will be taken aaio'ifeMned ,
"i place and sheriff's deputies who Due to the escape of several notorious by said defendant ,
4 It In further ordered that this older be pub. ,
Mrs. C. A. Purling and daughter, were notified arrested Miller at an convicts recently, the road de- lUhid once a *et>k for four consecuthe week I
Mary Elizabeth, of Cocon, are visit iimu-omcnt park. In his car were partment convict guards are being! In the Bradford County Tel,,rni,.h. a nev,- Bank Your Cash

ing Mrs. Durllng's sister, Mrs. J. V. found pieces: of wire, which the of- asked to take more precautions. The REGISTRATION: HOOKS OPEN I ,

Jones this week. lii-ials; said corresponded to thoso attached prison departtment officials find that The I WT
registration books of the town
E. Williams, of Sparr, but form to Hall's automobile engineto Q wave of escapes is followed by a of Starke, Florida, will be at ,, Says Roosevelt 6
open i I
erly of I Hampton, was renewing hiss the dynamite. period of greater carefulness during the office of the Town Clerk from j .,
S acquaintance here this weak Miller denied he planted the bomb. I which no escapes are reported.At 10th i ...
July to August 9th, inclusive, for
e, A. A. Futch and family of Lees- Hull claims h.recently ordered Miller : !- the registration of electors. 'I In many speeches in his strenuous career g
burg, were the guests. of :Mrs. Futchs' who \\,.1"I boarded at the Uall I the rate the Supreme Court has I
I been working the last few weeks, the I C. A. FUTCH, President Theodore Roosevelt urged
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Futch, homo, to leave. I ;I'j
this week. Police slay the .|imntlty of explosiveIn docket will be down to about 200 cases I Registration Officer of the Town of I on his bearers the desirability of bank }
in another six months. There 7173t. Starke, Florida. I II ,
arc
the bnmh.t-.ufTIciunt blow
F. A. Scott, of Starke, was a business to up accounts.
= visitor here this week.S. a large building. now about 400 cases in the court, 20 I Piles Cured In A to 14 Days ; ;4

D. Wills and 1 family left this. of which are under consideration I Unionist refund. money If PAZO OINTMENT: hill He said that bank depositors make the V
week for Gainesville. where they will! TIME CHAISfiKS: ; and the balance are waiting their to Files cure Itching Bllml. Bleeding or Protrudinil 1 best citizens. tAre
turn. Instantly relieves Itching Pile*, and you
make their future home. They were When wo were young, people had can net restful sleep after first :appllcntlno' tote. .

t residents of our town only short bad colds, soaked their feet in hot I Commissioner Mayo has been receiving I _.. I you one of the best citizens ? Are !

while, but they made many friends water and got well. Now they have congratulations. for appointing ..... I you a bank depositor ? I 'J

while here. They are greatly missed the grippe, take quinine and are sick a newspaper man to the position I ACREAGE
especially, In religious circles. where all summer. of distributing information concernIng I Start an account with us today i'i

they rendered willingly much useful Then they had a sore throat wrap I the state through immigration I II WANTED No account Is too small no account too : .L.

service. I ped a piece of fat pork In an old department. Mayo is a firm believerin We are interested in buy large for us to handle.
I
h P. J. Pearce and family were visiting sock, tied it around the neck at night, newspaper men and the press intrcnoral. ing acreage in Florida in S

aV' in Gainesville. this week. I and went to work the next morning. I large or small tracts, but 'ya* L 1.

Mrs J.P. Sullivan and brother J. Now they have tonsilitls, a surgical I will deal with owners only.
J. Zelgler: visited their sister, Mrs.! opt'rnttnm and two weeks In the house. The final proof reading\ of the 1025; Please give full details as t

}e Then we had stomach aches, took )laws is just being made. The work to location I legal, description I

Renew Your Health castor oil and recovered. Now they is being done by a woman lawyer. I I price and terms. Ad- Bradford

have, appendicitis, a week in the hospital the first woman graduate of the I I dress County BankBradford :

and sU:: feet due east and west University of Florida. I j I JACK O'BRIEN
by PurificationAny and six feet I I County' Financial
perpendicular.They Stronghold
The planting of bulb is taking a Bar harbor Maine
I worked then. Now they 1'1- boost i Established 1889
great according to information phrsicitm will tell that bor.I ,
you being received at the department of I I
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"Perfect ruritication of the System I In those days they wore under- "

is Naiure'a foundation of I|I clothe. Now they wear lingerie. A TorsicOrovc's '" ,_' 2'.r .:f'.j...... .,".'" ,. .- ..:ioH.. .' '_" .- "J><" .. .-..- ',
Perfect Health. Why not rid They went to a restaurant for din- : 1.1. t. 'AI"c't; *' io"O.: );\ ._ .. ,..-. ..._. ti._ .....- -__I.' .'". ... ... L_ ,. 1
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Tonic
yourself of chronij ailments that I i nt-r. Now thev go to a cafe. I restore I II
r I l They then broke a IeINow: they I Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
k aro undermining your vitality ? fracture limb. I Enriching the Blood When you feel Its : LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith
Purify your I'.itirv. s.\ .,ti'm by taking
They went crazy. Now they have strengthening/ !! invigorating effect, see how
> a thorough) course of Calotabsonce brains storms. It brings color to the cheeks and how I

or twice a week far several I I Ministers preached hell fire right It Improves the appetite you will then ,

\\'eeks-lUlt1 see' how Nature rewards 1 straight from the shoulder. Now they appreciate its true tonic value.

you "ith hialth.filotahs I read an essay on flower that bloomon Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply I

u ro tht' greatest of all Mohammed's grave Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup So''1 PEEK REALTY COMPANYSTARKE

;, B-; I in purifi.T-, let: a family Times a"!-t' do ..hanlft'-The Florida pleasant even children like It. The blood ,I

package: containing full direc- Bui'' i. needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to i FLORIDA

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Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Alvarez and Brooklyn: N. T Officer Smith Hood, I delivered a good sermon at CommlanlonerH have Busy Smslon
Sidney and Irene Alvorea of Jacksonville write:"Some :year ago I suffered i'! 1'imimmiol: church. (Continued from page 1.)
Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake from severe nervousness., brought on I I ,
Butler Col. Floyd Green and family, by acidity of tbe stom- ANdELISTIC: ;/ BROTHERHOOD of the bonded Special Tux Districts

Bits oil' LocalIiiloratiatioil Miss Cortex Andreu, Mrs F. B. JohnsA. ache.but very,1 little could food digest.- as above named, lying and being in
I dospel; Teams held service Sunday
Bradford County, Florida.
M. Andreu, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. was rapidly losing
Green and Congressman Lex Green weight and feeling lit ilhronn church in the afternoon, Resolved that the Tax Assessor In

arc spending a few days at Canova'a mlnorabtv. I trtwl j __ ,mil at Lawtey at night. Both serv- and for the County of Bradford and
landing at Kingaley lake. I Tutfe Pills and the IJAVd} II[ i o.. s ? ere well attended and there were State of Florida be and is hereby directed
Concerning Our People, Basinets and first done gave me PWssr 1!,I 1 lonversions, Next Sunday the to levy and assess the foregoing g
treat relief I continue rur- at Heilbronn will bo at .I 00 taxes as fixed und levied by this
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of the
Progres County and Town. Dr. B. W. Lee, of Atlanta, arrived take them a.
to
P' 111. instead of 3:00 as heretofore, I Board upon the property as levied,
here Sunday and is employed in ,directed and am glad ,
and that he extend the tuxes on the
Mitchell's Store. Dr. Lee has to recommend them
Drug I I CARD OF THANKS
.I to all friends who valuation of Much property according
finished coursein my
just a post-graduate with meet I I to said millugu 111fixed and determined
have tuu them gratify'Lag
WEATHER REPORT party Monday evening to a few of her pharmacy dnd will be here duringthe reaultSL 'At all druggists .. 'l I We desire i to express our thanks for by thin Board on all the
Weather Report for week ending I' friends, and after the delicious dinner month of August while D. P. Car the many kind acts shown us during | proerty subject to taxation in the

July 22, 1023. the ladies went to the Gaiety and penter and J. M. Mitchell are awayon :Monday the sickness' and death of Richard said County of Bradford as to all,

Date Max. I\Iln. enjoyed tho pictures. their annual vacations. MisH Jewell Conerly left Sunday for Koxworth Wo will never cease to bo ] taxes levied and Intended to be entered ,

Degree. Degreea Fairbanks where she will spend sev- grateful. I I mi the nsetmment roll under the
July 30 89 75 Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Corbett, of Plant eral days. S. A. and R F I:. )Koxworth K B.j, head nf County Taxes and upon all

July 31 88 73 office. City spent Sunday with her parents.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crews, motoredover Andreu. property lying and! being within the
Aug. 1 83 75 and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon., Mr. and to Melrose Sunday. I districts! named within the County of
Aug. 2 92 72 !Mrs. II. C. Ritch spent the weekendin Mrs. Corbett were enroute to North O. W. Berry was a visitor to Starko ASK DUAlil FOR ALLEGED Bradford IIH of the first day of Jan..
Aug. 3 91 73 Gainesville with her parents, Mr. Carolina and were accompanied by Tuesday JACKSONVILLE; !KILLER uarv. A. P). 10:!".

Aug. 4 85 71 and Mrs. S. II Demaree Miss Eva Rigdon. They will visit Mr J C. Harrell, of Jacksonville, irand Jury Indicts Slayer uf Mallory I Resolved further, that the Cloak of .
Aug. 5 86 72 Mr. Corbett's parents and later go to Is spending a few days here with his Jones for Murder tho (1'1 rt'uitlilt! the Clerk of this
Total rainfall for week 1.61 Inches. I Mrs. John Neff, of Jacksonville, Wilmington, N. C., where they will parents Mr. and Mrs. W. II Harrell. I, hearth, he and he is hereby directed)

Paul E Canova and family left was here Tuesday with :Mrs. H. C. also visit relatives. Alien Connerly was transacting Jacksonville, July 31.-Death in the to furnish to N. D. Wamwrlght Tux

Sunday for a trip to Avon Park. I Ritch. business In Alachua Monday. electric chair is the penalty tho state Assessor! of Bradford County a full '
I Mrs. J. E. Maines and Mrs W. J. :Mr\ and Mm. A. A. Edwards and of* Florida will ask for tho killing of I, and complete copy of tho foregoing

Mrs.\ A. Z. Adkins Mrs. O L. Deaslcy has returned Epperson went Tuesday from Kings-! son, KaiH'st motored to New River Mallory Jones Ninth district con- minutes in HO for us it irlutoa to the
Judge and were
visitors Jacksonville from Tampa; where she was with her ley Lake to Lake Butler to attend a Wednesday afternoon. stable, by J. H. Strunk, telegraph op- 'subject of levying taxes, etc. .
to Wednesday
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden.E. Eastern Mr. Deal Burnette of Alachun wasa I Resolved! further that the <"| '
meeting of the Star, at erator, on the night of July 3, m tho orlc
which five members visitor here Monday. both and Auditor of the County bo notified
time new were homo of the woman they are
A. V. of Palatka
Judge Long, was
business. J. Roberts, of Lnwtey, was a Initiated. said to have loved. nf the amounts to be appropriated to
here Tuesday attending to guest this week of Drrhnd Mrs. E. L. FIRST CONVICTION: ) ;/ ONNEW ;/ The Duval county grand Jury yesterday tho different ucounts out of the total

John Hallett of Lowtey, was a Biggs at their new cottage at Kings- Mrs. D. E, Knight, Mrs. W. J. Ep GAME LAW returned an indictment against taxes levied for all puiposes .

business visitor to Starke Tuesday. ley lake. person Miss Iris Epperson and Mrs.J. Strunk, charging murder in the first There being no further business,
E. Maines, of Lake Butler, have Gainesville, July 31.-In what la degree. If found guilty, tho law provides the Hoard, adjourned until next regular -
Legal blanks for sale at the Tele Legal blanks for; .ale at the Telegraph returned to their homes after spend. thought to be the first case to come that death must be tho l'enultH ; meeting which will be held first :

graph office. office. ing ten days at Kingiley lake with to trial under the fresh water fish l istrial probably will be set for tho Monday in September, 1025! :

the Padgett house party, at the White and game law passed at last legislature hut trial probably will bo set for tho G. W. Alderman .
Mrs. F. A. Scott spent the first of Joseph Malpas, Mesdames J, M and Peek cottage.Mr. I. {'. Moore, of Island Grove. some time In November. Clerk and I Auditor.
the week In Citra visiting Mrs. J. R. Mitchell, J. L. Peek, O. L. Beasleyand was convicted In county court here this The kllllnw occurred about 9 I
Williams.L. Miss Lucille Mitchell motored to morning of using a sumo with whichto o'clock at night. according to Fred :NOTICE: (IF ELECTION:
and Mra. L. II left
and visited friends. Pnrtrldeg catch fish from Lake Orange.
Madison Tuesday
A. Wynn and F. A. Scott madea Tuesday for Luke City where they He was fined 50 and costs or 30 King, county detective, but Jones'body I, C. L. Pock, mayor of Starko Fla.,
business trip to Gainesville Tuesday will make their home in the future. day in jail. was not found until early the ) by virtue of the authority vested In ,
A. M. Darby and family have returned Mr. and Mrs. Partridge have lived in A motion for n new trial was denied next morning, lying in a ditch noari I mo by law, do hereby call un electionto i
home after spending the past the Panama Park home of :Mrs. Lorraine -
Starke for over three years and have and the.defense attorneys wero I'D held at the town hull in the
Mrs. E. R. Marshburn and childrenof two months at their Kingsley Lake made warm friends who regret to given 00 days in which to file a bill Seaman the woman in the aforesaid town, by the qualified voters -

Raiford, were guests Monday of cottage. see them leave. of exception and make un appeal. case When Strunk was IIrr"lttu.I'I on, Tuesday, September 8, 1023,
her parents, Mr and Mrs. G. W. Al- The. defense based its plea on sec shortly afterward at his homo 517Luurn I for the puroso of elccvtlng tho following ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Murrhee and street, he salt! he had shot I
derman. Mrs. F. F. Stump and daughters tion I is of the new law which I o cars:
children, Eugene and Ellery, spent the Evelyn, Marjorie and Lillian will that fish in privately owned provides Jones in self defense, but claimed hodldn't One mayor; One !Marshal; Two aldermen I

Walter Wills, of Tampa, has been week-end with his mother Mrs. An- leave next week for Wilson, N. C., ponds are the property of the owner know Jones was dead. for two years; Ono aldermenfor
here this week with Mr. and Mrs. J. nie Murrhee. where they will visit Mrs. Stump's and not the state. It was maintainedby Had Warned Strunk I ono ;year; Ono assessor; One clerk I

W. Morgan.Dr. sister, Mrs James J. Claik. They the defense that Lake Orange/ was Mrs Seaman had warned Strunknot treasurer and tax collector. I
Miss Emma Hicks of Plant City, will also !go to Amherst, Va., to visit private property. to visit her home again! she '! Inspector of said election: F. A.
and Mrs. J. J. Bullen spent the has been the guest of friends and Mrs. Stump's mother, Mrs. J. E. told Fred King county detective saying Scott, R S. )Humphrey, A. II Johns. t

past week in Clearwater and St. relatives in Hampton for the past Wood. TEACHERS TO STAND: EXAMINATION that "Mally will be back andyou'd Tn testimony whereof, I, hereunto I
better be !here
not when he
week.
..ub.crilmy
Petersburg. name and reuse the seal I
/ FOR JOBS ON/ "
Mrs. James Croft, of Lake Butler, ; 2021.22 comes. I of the Mind town to hi hereunto affixed .
Claude Alvarez and Ab Spencer, of Mrs. O G. Pridgeon has returnedto who has been visiting her daughter, Tallahassee. Aug 1 1.- Regular Strunk said ho shot Jones as theInlt..r this 5th day of August IDJ": : :
Jacksonville, were here Tuesday shaking her home in Jacksonville after Mrs. G. W. Alderman, left Mondayfor teacher's examination! will bo conducted reached for his !gun. The bullet c. L. PeekMayor
hands with old friends. spending a week with her cousins, L. the State Farm where she is visit- in every county seat throughout penetrated the left side, just 1'1-7.l fit-II-1. !

V. Moore and Mrs. R. R. Prevatt. ing her grand-daughter! Mrs. E. R. the state Aug. 20, 21, 22 announc- above the heart. Strunk said Jones I
Mr. and Mrs. S. ML Cox have moved Marshburn fired three time. at him, after reaching -
ment made tho .
i is by state superintendent
t to the Edwards house on West Ninth Miss Lucille Mitchell returned Sun- of public instruction who his automobile parked, in front of N QR i iCOLUMN
street day from Lakeland where she visited lion. Fred B. Noble of Jacksonville, a large attendance., This anticipates the house. Tho fatal shot wa fired I C o '

relatives. will preach at the Methodist church. will bt the lust opportunity for through/ a buck porch screen, Strunk

L. J. Wynn, of Hampton, was! in Starke, Sunday morning, August 9, teachers to qualify before the opening declared.
Starke Monday looking after busi Mrs. T. J. Alderman has returned at 11 :00 o'clock The public is: invitedto of fall schools In September. Strunk in being held in the county

ness. I from Detroit, Mich., where she spent this service. Don't miss it. Pres- Applicants for all grades of certificates jail without bond, pending trial. II'

the past month with her parents. by terian congregation and choir will the superintendent says, will be
Miss Mary Lee Wynn, of Hampton, will be with us o n this occasion. required to pass an examination on font WAU"; -Missionary. Strawberry
pent to week-end with her aunt, Mrs.J. I Contracts for deeds, chattel mortgage the Constitution of the United States I The Woodlot. plants.! I':.. (Jessnur, Route, Starke, .
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee and
T. Quigley. blanks, option contracts, war- In compliance with the new law en- The farm woodlot can' furnish! work Ha 7-31-3t.: ;
I ranty deeds, retain title notes, turpentine children Hugh, Jr, and Mary, were acted by the lU2.r: Legislature The for men und temps during the wluttit "
Miss Bertha Moore, of Jacksonville, leases, etc., for sale at the in Jacksonville Thursday visiting Mr. panning of thin satisfactory examina- months when other work la siurce. uc-I FOR SALE: -- Genuine !Missionary
spent the week-end with her parents, Telegraph office. I and Mrs M. II. Stith at their homo tion of the Constitution applies to all nl Mr. and Mrs. L V. Moore I I in Avondale. Mrs. Stith was formerly applicant for Graduate, State. Specialand question the \\iioilliil. can supply u portion Marvlund LCIIVO your order early
Mrs. J. J. Bullen spent the week Miss Elizabeth BrownleeHROOKER other grades of certificate.No of UK- hill Ml UK mnturl 4 l, tbe bulk IM: ).. Browne, Rt A, .Starko 7-2: t-tf

Mrs A. S. Crews and !Mrs. H M visiting friends in St. Petersburg and applicant for a life certificatewill of tilt rciNilr 1U1I'.rl"llIl\d tat. jO' part foir S A LK-- Missionary St
Barker were guests Wednesday of Clearwater.Mr. be If not nil of ,the fuel. used mi the nv- uwberry
paused on as having completed I'lantM By 1,001) or bed. J. N. Norman .
Mrs. S. L. Peek at Kingsley lake. nil eraici' fnini. In ad.i.lll.nn.I; the w'II.kepl<
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. linen and requirements until they have / Starke. 7-31-21
I I of woodlot l L- made' 1I..urc"> of outside -
and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon, children from Center Hill are the satisfactorily\ passed such an examination may a
Mrs. E M Thomas and son, Vic- I Jacksonville spent Sunday with Mr. guests of Mrs. D. W. Hazcn. ineonm Ihr.b. xulus uf timber, Hl| 8.\1,1-: Strawberry pie iU 12.50
have to North Carolina to and Mrs. J. J. Riltdon.I Ue or fuel I wood .
tor, gone Misses, Opal and Evelyn Hazen, of per 1,000 Prices quoted 01" hod A.
i spend several weeks. I Gainesville were with friends and 11.\I''fIS1' L Kuhr H-7-Zt

I Lacy Rigdon, of Miami is visiting relatives here this week.II. To Cure a Cold In One Dajr .
P. S. !McMillian was in McRae, Ga., I I I his parents Mr. and Mrs J. J. Rig- P. Gainey, of Daytona, spent Last Sunday Rev. G. T. Hinton, of Take. LAXATIVE IIKOMO QUININE: (T.hlnlii) It I VOR) SAI I.E:-Lumber of ill I kinds.
the first of the week on a business Vlon, for several weeks.Mrs. Sunday here with his family. Jacksonville, preached excellent sermons cues he Couch; and HiUi..h. and work. oath' S..J S. Austin, Kinifslty" lake, or
trip. both morning and evening at CoM, F; W (.MOyrI! iilitillluro, on ..!h bn. :sea write him, Sturki-, It. V. I U. It"
I I lion E. S. Den and L. A. Pinholster
R. B. Neal, of Roanoke, Va., were visitors Sunday at the home of the Baptist church. In the afternoon .
' Mrs Elizabeth Townsend, of I'a-I is the guest of her mother, !Mrs. Irene '1'. B Pmholster. Mr Hinton. Mr and Mrs J. T. Quigley .__ '-r-
latka, is the guest of her brother, I Wills, and her sister, Mrs. E. H. E. S. Gamey and family, of Plant went out to Hpflbronn Springs
Judge A. Z. Adkins. Smith. where Mr. Hinton "preached to u good
the
City were guest of friends and
relatives here Sunday.Mr. sized l congregation.Next I Keep Your Money in This
b MJS. W. L. Taylor and !Mrs. Mary Mrs. James Godbold and son, JamesJr. Tom Dukes of Five Mile spent Sunday, I Rev G. W Broome '

r Ella Goodfellow, of Lawtey, were ., of Jacksonville have been guests Sunday with Mr. P A. Crosby of l/eesburg, will reach in the! morn- I
visitors to Starke Monday afternoon. this week of her sister, Mrs. S. S. Rev. J. II. Kelley spent Friday ing at 11100 and in the evening ateight Bank--Not In Your Pocket
bowling.Mrs. evening in Lake Butler. o'clock. A cordial WI'Iron,,- M I]
Mrs. W. E. Brown and daughters, Mrs ext'nded: to the public.
and of
Crosby sons, Vero,
i Misses Gladys and Joyce of the State i II. M. Carker, who has been were the !guests of A. L. Crosby last
Farm, were !guest Tuesday of Mrs. visiting Mrs. A. S. Crown, has gone week. CARII OF THANKS
H. L. Brownlee.H. to Live Oak to visit friends before re- -
I turning her home in Plant City. lilt.\IWOI![) The relatives of Mr<. ('hrl*tu', .I J"n HIM
L. Brownlee and .Ron, Hugh, Jr., ,, I -: de James William Brownlee and Joseph J. W. Aubrey and family left Saturday Bradford Aug 7.Mr Rob Brook- friends who MO kindly avsintrd iluiinir' /
Thomas will leave today for a motor evening for :Mulberry, where er, of Waldo, was a visitor here Sun the illness and at the time "i i the I

trip to North Carolina. Mr. Awbrey will be agent at the S. A. dayMessrs. troth of our loved one I 10.1": "< 1.lly,
L. depot. Roswell Ward and Malcolm do we thank Dr.' K.: I- loge< for. hi.
T. J. Griffin has resumed his dutiesas Harrell and :Mister\ Geneva and Lucille untiring attention and hit -killful

agent at the S. A. L. depot, and Sam Nichols brought 23 alligator Hariell! motored over to Hampton service in relicvcing her suft'i! .ring*.
Miss Annie Darby has also resumed eggs to town Saturday to give away Beach Sunday afternoon The flowers sent were uUo \greatly
her duties in the office. as souvenirs to the curious. They !Mr. W. W. Raborn, of Jacksonville, appreciated
I were found in Barrow bay on the O. is spending a few days here with rela- J. T. Jones and ''hi!,Iren.

Mrs. II L. Brownlee and daughter,'! J. Griffin farm. tives.W.
Mary, will go Saturday to Lake But- H. Haroll motored to Starke MKiiioni.srNext
visit :MM, J. H. Williams :Mrs. A. S. Crews and her guest,
ler to Mrs.H. M. Barker of Plant City, a rS9txa 1fH.11t1) sxxytltlLtFklxkTt : Sunday morning at 11 :(ID
Friday and Saturday In Jacksonville i oYlock Mr. Fred B. Vohle' <,f liuk-
went to Jacksonville spent
Miss Iris Epperson
and on Tuesday Col and FOR KI nvllle, will speak at the church Mr.
Tuesday to visit her cousin, ,
Mrs. Crews and Mrs. Barker motored I Noble/ IH an excellent speaker unit a
Mrs. R. M. Baker. I to Gainesville.Mr. consecrated layman. A cordial I ,invitation ,

.; Mrs W. E. Middleton and daughter I. SALEAn extended to all. In the eveningat TO ALL ALIKE. :t tIt
motoredto and Mrs. E. R. Williams, Misses AOO: o'clock, Rev. A. E Dunham,
Peek
Madge, and Miss !Mae Nancy, Susan and Ella Williams, 1 has kindly contented to preach. makes no difference how
Jacksonville Tuesday. Ella Walton and Jack eight-room twostory Sunday school at ten o'clock in them
Miss Willie be.
J. J. Truby and family have returned small your account may
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j i limes of Jacksonville, are spending house: on two lots corner. rning. I
spending the past two and
home after financial advice
Lake cot he week at Kingsley lake, occupy- i' )Double-detk porches front Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- Courtesy, ,
months at their Klngaley cng the Stump and Sternberg cot and rear including sleep. service ha increased in I interest and the best we have in service and

tage. tage. ing porches. House has it is privilege to attend. accommodation are given to all
i four fire lights! Last Sunday afternoon R..y. A.
Mrs. L. A. Reynolds, of Loulsbur. pl.ices depositor alike.
her mother, MrlJ Mrs Effie Williams, Mrs. Troy' bath and toilet. One grapefruit -
N. C., is visiting
Elizabeth Johns. Hewitt and son Troy, Jr., of Citra, two orange four pecan Of course we are glad to get

and :Mrs. Dora Quigley, of New York and several peach large account, but we welcome

)Ir. and Mrs. D. C. Jones and Mrs.J. City, were here :Monday\ as !guests of trees all bearing.; This! 1 666 small one tco.
I U located close in
Jacksonville Mrs. F. A. Scott. property
Ritch motored to ,.,
H. I.! S prescription
."* on a wide brick paved
Wednesday. Miss Edna Hutto has returned home street. paving all paid and Malaria Chills and Fever

after upending two weeks in Oxford I has fine evergreen shades. Dengue or Bilious Fever
Brownlee a dinner OF STARKE
H. L. BANK
Mrs gave and Coleman visiting! friends. She with line homes all around II kill u.. gtrmu. :

was accompanied home by Miss Ethel

Alsobrook who will spend several it.The two lots! alone are Habitual Constipation CuredIn The Bank of Helpful Service j

ITCHKilled days here. worth 1.000: hut for quick "LAX-FOS WITH M to PEPSIN"31 Days Is u specially.

TIM QuIatM net DM Not Affect The Bud sale $3.750; will buy it. If prepared SyrupTonic-Laxatlve fur itabituaConstitution. WE PAY 4 PER CENTON. ;SAVING9 t
interested call phone 119w. : It relieves promptly and
With Par- of Its tiralinnd' Inutlva effect.. LAXATIVE -
In Thirty Minute Cfftatf BROMO QUININE (Tthlau) can b* '.ken I should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day
cit-i.eide SO cents at Mitchell'sDrag by aoyona wfthnut ranitnJ nffr*ouan* s of ringing to Induce renular action. It Stimulate .unr ,
Store. s E.w.CKUVE 3 tijputun on hosIuW.oasi 30& : "OCIiXXX'X'UO O-l .;'. Regulate. Very Pleasant to Take." ISO
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ed by Fort Myers is a direct benefit 1 MAITER'3LtLESoilS.

IMERSANDFRUIT GROWERS' %WEEK K to every city and hamlet In the stats I. hortbjr liUon that under ami by
: because he bring his money to Flor- virtue nf thai certain Final Uin-rcu" of fore.
FARMERS and FARMING ida, invest It and must bear a pro- closure made and .midtrcd on 6th ' of
September. A. D 1M24, by Honorable AntoeLewis.
portionate share of the cost of run- Judge of the Fourteenth lilcllcUl Circuit -

.. .. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA AUGUST 1015EVERY ning the state government. of Florida Honorable A. V Lonv judo-,
-- -- "His contribution in the form of of the Elithth Judicial Circuit "bi-lnit. tlIiOiI'n..d
I In that certain .a.... when in the !.-.-
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS: ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE taxes even though it may be trivial, mil Land Dunk of Columbia, n corp''nil! n
ARTICLES:: OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND I saves every citizen of the state a certain -1 I' I In! comi wlfi,?lalnant.. The Lawtcy and C National K Saini, Farm Mottle Sacplin Loan

10 BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. PHASE OF FLORIDA AGRICULTURE AND HOME amount in his own outlay. Everynew \vBoeiallon. a corporation. .1 I, A. How*, roe.
citizen in Central and South Consolidated Natal StA>... Company. a OOFimratinn
TO DE DISCUSSED AT 1 and S. J. Futoh ore defrndania. ,
ECONOMICS Florida must spend money with the undorjlancd. will\ olTor for sale and will
GAINESVILLE MEETING. which to purchase necessities and it ell to the Without and beat bidder for ,cuh
I'LOItW.Jo'1tlIEIt: BUSY: I'RE- | Experiment Station are being In front of the Court home door in Slarke,
will be going Into the pockets of citizens -, Uradford County Florida on Munday, the
CROPSWith rially enlarged through mate-I
I'AKIMJ FOR FALL inVest Florida for agricultural Tin day of Septtmlwr.. A. D. 1".;'. Imlnir the
which became effective the ., or HatieI -
recently I leva! hour* "f nle for pi.iio-
1>Wilmon Newell Director SPEAK products. The new citizen obtained I tying xalil Final Decree the following ,leacrlbed -
and 1 summur crops cording to LEADERS WILL
the spring
OUTSTANDING FARM ''by West Florida saves the South lumU brine and being in DruM"d] L umty,
moving or moved, Florida farmers of the Experiment Station. Florida to-wltl
!I
1 their atontlon to During the past two the Floridian tax money, he purchase Gut: half of northvut Quarter of eoutheait -
are now turning years I South Florida citrus fruits and other quarter, and northwrtt quarter of north-
fall crops. Weekily reports by coun1ty state Plant Board has conducted I and Amusement Offered to Florida I I nat quarter of aouttuuvt quarter and oaiit
Recreation .
reveal that much activity experiments in boll weevil control Instruction, products. hair of southwest quarter of nerthrait quarter -
agents "Briefly it should make no difference of noutheaat quarter Section Twenty-one
in this line IB taking place. and in control of certain cotton diseases Farmers and Their Wives at 'ijli.t ; South half of northwest quarter of
to real booster whether a
Osceola County agent, including cotton wilt with the a outhweat quarter, northweit quarter of
: J. R. Gunn, Reasonable Cost. v
settles Pensacola, Key northwest quarter of eouthweit quarter and
newcomer in
report that fall seedbeds are being I result that decided improvements _ _ ..... West Fernandina he set- southwest quarter of southwcnt quarter S....
or just so
planted, and shuwera and cloudy I have been made in handling both lion Twenty-two ((22)) ; the northeajt quarter
weather are causing them to do well. these troubles. Under the budget Gainesville Fla.-The fourth annual given. The Station herd has been tles in Florida." of Section northuift Twenty-eevcn quarter of((2'l northweit: all In Townihlp quarter.!

"A few farmers are beginning to'' provided for the state institution Farmers' and Fruit Growers'Week bred up to a high state of perfection I live 15)( South Itanne Tw ,nty.two '-2 raet

make plans for celery, and It looks \ by the recent legislature, the cotton will be held at the College of during the last 15 years, and opportunity EASY CROW TO HAVE ROUGHAGE GOOD PASTUREAND CHEAP ,; of,acre the more Tallahawea or"I U.... Meridian containing 115
ns A-onsiderable truck acreage will investigations will henceforth be entirely Agriculture University of Florida, AUgust will be given to see how practical R. A. GREEN

be planted thin fall," says I'hil. S. : in charge of the Experiment 10-15, 1925 A very Interesting la a matter of this kind. Over half the farm lands in the E. M. JOHNS. Special Mauler In Chancery.

Taylor of St. JohnB. Some of the St. Station and will be enlarged to include program: of Instruction, entertainment Citrus and Sub-Tropical Fruits. An United States are used to grow feed Solicitor for Coml)lulnant. 8-5t.'..M.MA8TEK8 .
John growers have had trouble with I cotton-breeding work, by whichit I and recreation for farmers and Interesting program for those Interested I for livestock-feed in the form of
SALE
the sweet potato beetle, and Mr. Tay is hoped to establish types and I farm women ha. been prepared:, ottering in citrus and sub-tropical fruits either pasture, hay, silage, soiling,
lor recommended control measures. strains of cotton peculiarly adaptedto 1 I I a splendid opportunity to farmers has been arranged and Investigator grain, or other forage crops. Pasture IKreby notice !I. given final that decree under of and foracu by
of that certain -
virtue
Citrus plantings in Lake County I Florida climate and conditions. and their wives to combine business and growers will discuss such sublocta is the cheapest feed grown on ] .,ure made and entered on the Tint day oruall.l.
continue and land is being cleared With this end in view, the Uonrd I,I with pleasure and take a vacation as fortlllaors Insect and dla the farm. The /good hammock and .\ A. D 1D25 by the Hon A. Z. Adklna.Judtte .
of the Eighth. Judicial Circuit Court of
for winter plantings, according to of Control has recently elected to the : wblle learning about their pro- cases quarantine, marketing etc. flutwoods lands of Florida will pro Florida, In and for Bradford Coul"in Chancery -
Loo. II. Wilson, county agent. Mr. II'' position of asniHtant cotton specialistDr. fessions. Truck, Pecans and Small Fruits duce excellent pasture for 8 to 10 In that certain cnuae therein pending; between I,
1'edoral Land
Wilson says that Lake County is developing I \V. A. Carver, a graduae of Clem- 'I No tees will be chargod and expenses Pecans grapes sweet potatoes, lawns months of the year if proper pasture of Columbia the complainant ii corporation the and the defendanta Bunk
fuHt along all agricultural : Hon College, and who has a degree for the week will be reasonable truck crops bulbs, ornamentals etc.. plants are planted, says W. E. Stokes J. T Keddlull and Lawtey National Farm ,,'
Ammcintion, The under.a'gntd
linen 'I I j from the University of Wisconsin Tho University Is offering: roomsIn will\ come In for dlacusslon by experts grass and forage crops specialist of Loan apeclal mantir n corporation In aid cauxe. appolnt-
"A good many of our farmers are and has recently received his doctor's I the dormitory and meals In the on this program. The pecan IndustryIs the Florida Experiment: Station. ,,,Ito, execute aid d..r.o.11.. on Monday the .(
I D, 11U5 ilurln\ the
getting ready for fall truck crops," I degree from Iowa State College. Hoin mess hall at $1.25 per day. Visitors rapidly growing in Florida, and this From repeated tests the Florida Tth leiciil. day hnure of September of wale thereon A. before the court- i
j maya a report from J. W. Mathison, spcialist In plant breeding work I who take advantage of this offer are subject will be of especial Interest Experiment Station finds that good hciuno door In Starke Bradford County, FIor I
Walton county agent. "These farmers and will take up immediately the I asked to bring bed linen pillows and to a large number. pastures may be had in western and ida.Bradford veil the following County. Horlda.described to land the situatedIn hivheet ,

are very enthusiastic over these breeding problem' peculiar to Florida towels. Accommodations may also be Poultry. Considerable time will be northern Florida from carpet grass, and beet tltldefor ca.h to-wit:
fall crops, and their past success la cotton production. He began work bad at hotels boarding houses and devoted to discussion of farm and! Bermuda grass, Dallis grass, Bahia Went quarter half of of section Nortlunut J7. !lownnhlp iiuniUT of 5. Northwest Range-

great: encouragement. A large acreage July 27. private residences near the campusat commercial flocks with emphasis on grass, nnd lespedeza. If the groundis .'2 Eaat. containing JO acres more or I....
will be planted." Dr. A. F. Camp. plant physiologist, reasonable cost. breeds, batching feeding, marketing, sandy and dry, Dallis and carpet .Said purpose,at,' of to *be atlsf made>lnir purituant the Haul decree to and with forth

However, J. A. Shealy, county is at the head of the cotton investigations The event U held under the auspices sanitation and hygiene. An exlilbli grasses should be left out of the mix "".t.'
agent of Pasco, says that there of the Station, and he i is assisted of the Agricultural Extension Division of poultry Is expected. I I Snecliil, Master A. 8. In CREWS Channry.D .
doesn't seem to be the interest in fall by Geo. D. Smith, entomologist of the UniversIty. and officials Home Economics. The women's ture.Carpet graMs for the open flat. I E' KNIGHT
.
truck crops that hits usually been Dr. Career and P. W. Calhoun of this division are urging every Flor- program. under the supervision of woods of southern Florida is hard to I I Solicitor for Complainant. 8--5t-9

found in that county. The principal and Raymond Crown, field assistant ida farmer and his wife who can possibly State Home Demonstration Agent Miss beat, says Mr. Stokes, who recommends I
) crops being planted in this county *. do so to attend. They are making Flavla Cleason and her staff covert Para grass for the sandy :I1.lWIWWIUQ; ; .

seem to be pepper and eggplant./ Already very substantial progress preparations to care for an attendance every phase of women's work. Thi> areas, wet lands and Everglades of : COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
,, has been made in improvements of of 1,600 Tho attendancelast section has been subdivided Into thret this section.
CLUB r.lIU.S AND WOMEN: ; ARE boll weevil control measures and in year was nearly 1000. divisions Food anti Nutrition, Mllll, "It is an easy matter to have (rood a Full Line of

NIMBLE\ WITII THE 'HUMBLE the study of cotton diseases. The Program Divided Into Sections. nery and Clothing ana Home Improve pastures," says Mr. Stokes "Get In Undertakers' Supplies

I continuation of this work, combined The program will be divided Into meat. A number of Florida Home touch with your county agent or the -' -
Rural girls and women who have an It will be, with cotton breeding sections one section being devoted to Demonstration Agents will help to Experiment Station for further in AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
p organized clubs in their communities work and fertilizer experiments, it each of the following subjects: Farm make this a practical program. formation." I: Always on hand. The best service .
are busy women and sewing Is I Is believed will go far toward the Crops and Livestock; Citrus and SubTropical Amusement and Recreation.A I at the lowest price Special -
no small part of their work. To up-building of the state's cotton producing Fruits Truck, Pecans and big picnic Wednesday afternoon Hunt the bright side. Even can- attention to telegraph order

: make thin work lighter for them, and i I industry Small Fruits; Poultry; and Home will be one of the features of the program taloupes have their points. They *. Registered EnlbBlm.r.I .
to help make them more efficient, Economics A culinary artist whose chicken never squirt in your eye. '
the county home demonstration agent !: LKARMNO TO CULL HENS 'IH\T Many prominent speakers and agricultural pilau Is becoming famous has beer \I I DeWITT C. JONES
frequently give demonstrations and | LOAF INSTEAD: OF PRODUCE leaders as well as a number secured to preside over the cooking! If you buy your Christmas presents .
: other aaslata nee. of well known Florida growers Bathing wtll feature the afternoon. from a mail order house it is STARKE, FLA

Twenty-three girls enrolled in sew- (By Spuds Johnson.) have been secured to take part In the The night programs will be entirely I time you ordered them. I -
lag in Walton county one week recently "Suds, I nee by the paper that program and assist the members of recreational. Muslo, singing stunts
according to a weekly report the poultry specialist from the State the staffs of the Agricultural Eitoualon and other features of Interest will be
from Miss Josephine N'immo the College agricultural extension service Division Experiment Station on this program. A special featureof
home demonstration agent. A patch- In going to be over at Gus' Week's College of Agriculture and State Plant the night programs will be music

ing demonstration was given; two place tomorrow and give a demonstration Board In giving InstructionMiss on the University's new $80,000 Dr Our Cross-Word Puzzle I
gowns were cut, three finished; and in culling. We have a pretty Flavla Gleason and other Andrew Anderson Memorial pipe or
bedspread work done. good little flock out here. but it is I members of the State Home Demonstration gan.

Mils Orpha Cole, home demonstration possible that some of them may not I staff, as well aa a number of Prominent Speaker. --

agent of Volusla county, had be paying for their keep, and, we don't I I oounty home demonstration agents, A number of prominent speakers are This cross-word puzzle was arranged -, have been allowing too much time

an all-day meeting of one of her want to keep any of them tot: our wQl *\lpe r.Ylso (he progranj fvr 'women. ,expected to be present and participate by Mrs. L. E. Walter. There are for our puzzle! -she worked one of
clubs recently which she gave a health," Haiti Mrs. Johnson last night. I Awarding of prizes: In the hoop, improvement (A U>e program. Among them are the some mighty interesting things about the twenty minute ones in seven min1 .
demonstration In how to; make n ""Well" I replied "guess better' will be feature following florid* Jfctf. JQL1M'if.. 1
we contest a meoi this one, but we are going to let you ute. How's that for a record? Wet
r dress in one hour. She has Introduced go over and watch that demonstration A atteadanoa Martin former Governor Carey A
culling ;
of thta program. large I find them yourself. There isn't a are going to let you set your own :
fancy work in some of hers and then maybe when we of home maker i la expected-: Hardee; Senator Duncan U Fletcher; hard word in it, and all the definitionsare limit on this one-but if you do it in '
; clubs. get back home we will have fried Saturday morning will b. a laboratory Hon. Nathan Mayo Commissioner ofAgriculture clear-none of them are mislead- less than fifteen minutes-you are i
The girls of Orange county are chicken for dinner Sunday." So we period, and laboratory periods : Hon. I* M. Rhodes, State ing. Ono reader writes us that we pi..ottj- vood
;. learning to sew almost as well as made our plant" to be at Gus Weeks' will be held on most of the afternoons Commissioner of Marketing; E. L
their mothers, according to a report house this morning and let the poultry after the speaking program. Wartmann Member Board of Control. /- s- i- I''J1'
4 by Mrs. Nellie W. Taylor, homo! demonstration specialist tell UK how to pick out LaBbratorle of the Experiment Station Among the prominent out-of-state

agent. the poor layers and those that are will be available enabUng visitors speaker expected are: W. O L Jsetter -
o' Darning, patching, dress making not likely to bring in lucre' money to get a wider acquaintance with plant editor of The Progressive Farmer '

hat making, and other useful lessons than the cost of their feed and care. diseases and Insects, many of the disease Birmingham, Ala. ; Dr. I. F. Dug- 'J1

are being learned by girls and women "Well sir, that specialist sure did organisms and' InsecU being gar, formerly director of the Alabama l8 0) .lU 4
In nearly every count y having a show us how to pick out the ones that shown under the microscope. Experiment Station; 3. 0. Hart, specialist ';
home demonstration agent.ASSNTANTClI are not producing. Before he left ho Divisions of Program. \ In tobacco culture and ourl c. 3 h 'c -- ,

gave each one of us a chart to help General Se..Ion.G.nexal sessions United State Department of Agricul ,
: EM14r COMES: TO
us in doing the work when he was not wul be held from 11 to 12 each day. ture. Ttfton. Go; C A. Whittle FI.Onlll.EI'Jotum.'Ii'f: l : STAUONOr. ,
with us. Here is i what the chart said At this time Inspirational talks will rector of the Soil Improvement Committee -

""' R. Ii!. liarnetto-, formerly assistant about how to pick out the layers be made by outstanding speaker and Atlanta, da.: V. W. Lewis,

Ii' : chemist of the Tenncsse Experiment from the non-layers: leaders of the state and nation. marketing specialist, North Carolina ;-
Station, hits been elected Good! Layer Farm Grope and Livestock. Thisprogram Extension Service; J. M. Patterson, 1V

assistant chemist of the Florida Experiment Comb: Red, large, waxy. full. will deal with general farm president National Pecan Growers' ",

k Station. He will devote particular Eyes: : Outstanding bright well crop, such as cotton tobacco peanut Association, Putnej. Ga.; Carl B.
yI attention to soil chemistry apart, roundish. *, pasturee breeds of livestock, James, horticulturist, L. & N. railway I., W I 'ditt.

:;' Work. He assumed these duties Au- Eye ring and beak: Faded or white. dairying farm management etc. As
f). gust 1. Face: Clean cut, free from wrinkles opportunity will be given to Inspect Ml** Mary Mlms, organisation speci,4list t tAn
i"" Dr. Burnctte Is a graduate of and yellow color. the gnu and pasture plots of the Experiment of the Louisiana Extension

;i Clemson College and of Rutgers University BodyDeep: both front and rear, Ilab Station. The Station herd Service, will appear on the women's
i in New Jersey. lie received sided. of dairy cattle wlU also be available program, as will MIss Ola Powell\ of
his doctor's degree from the latter Back: Broad. Width carried well I for Instructional work .
Institution. having specialized in soil toward tail. and a Judging demonstration will be Washington D. C. VERTICAL cxplosi\e powder
A volcano in Sicily
chemistry. Following this he spent Pelvic Bones: Two or more fingers
l' 1. To expend thoughtlessly. 21. A stinging insect.
!tI.f' a year in trawl and study in Europe apart, thin pliable. I cotton producing section of the world! :NO' TAUT OF STATE SHOULD I 2. To depart 22. A possessive pronoun r:
"'Y I before joining the staff of the Tennessee Pelvic to Breast Bone: Three or Har\'iu Jordan, secretary of the American -: KNOCK: ANOniEIC. DECLARES 3. Smallest of the Five Great 24 A point of the compass (,\
,;. Station. more fingers with no bagginess. Cotton Asaociation and chairman DEVELOPMENT: BOARD HEAD Lakes (abbr.) (Abbr.)
,if The work of the chemistry department Vent: Large, moist. faded. of its weevil control commission, declared -' 5. Same as 27 horizontal 28. Covering for the head ;'
'lor-I
of the Florida' Station will be Shanks: Bleached and rather flat. at the annual convention of the' Any county, city or town in } 0. North East (abbr.) 27. To be indebted
:{ materially enlarged thin year, accordIng Skin: Thin, loose, velvety. American Cotton Manufacturers here I ida, which in these times would I 7. An Inn 29. And forth
to an announcement by Dr. R. \V. Feathers: Old, worn, late molt. today.In "knack" another section of the staten 9. To put in place 30. A small so boy
Ruprecht chemist. In addition to Poor Layer cutting off its nose to spite its
,
the educational work of the con- 10. A house for lodging 32. A large Western city (abbr.)
., Dr. Barnette, another assistant chemist Comb: Pale, small, scurfy, hrlv- trol commission $230,000 has been hive, according to A. A. Coult, General 13. A preposition 3-1. A high priest and judge
\ will be added to the ntnff In the eled. Secretary of the Florida Development -
pent in the past two years, Mr. Jordan 15. A possessive pronuon 80. Part of a familiar school yell :
\ near future. Eyes: Sunken, dull. turning In toward said, but only through the cot Board. 16. A tin receptacle 38. Parasitic insects that suck the '

\ EXPERIMENT: : STATION the nostrils. ton farmer can effective work be done. Such a method was popular when 17. An intransitive verb blood of mammals
GETS ADDITIONAL LAND Face Eye Ring and Beak: Yellow. Last year the commission had 1,400 tourists and homesockers were coming 19. A covering of straw 41. A part of the boy
: Heavily fleshed, yellow coarse. co-operative( demonstration farm to in small numbers, but businessmen 21. To mourn for 43. Part of the verb "to be"
Body Shallow
,'" Under provisions made by the recent Back; round. which they supplied machinery and and others who are familiar 23. To engrave 4&. A flavoring extract-also a nut
t state legislature, the Florida Experi- Pelvic Narrow Done "sloping, tapering chemicals for control work and each with Florida' history during the) last ;i3: The head lit). A parent
nient Station has been able to secure : Less than two fingers farm was visited by an average of twenty-live years now realize that it 20. Personal pronoun 47. Steamship (abbr.)

-. 320 acres of excellent land adjoiningthe Pelvic apart. 115 per cent farmers in that district wa the most expensive thing ever 23. A boy's nickname 43. Paid abbr.)
old Experiment Station farm at three to Breast Bone; Less than antI In this .way practical methods of undertaken to boost a community.. 31. A girl's name 49. An adverb of place

: Gainesville, and l to add 17 acres to the fat.Vent. fingers, often baggy' or hard weevil control were brought/ to the I "The entire country now regard: 33. Sick 51. To run away from home with a
.: available lands of the sub-station at attention of nearly 1,500 farmers, he the 'Florida spirit' as one of the 3 &. Contraction of even lover
Quincy. : Puckered, dry, yellow. said. most amazing developments of the 33.: A mineral
52. A kind of formed
Shrnk Yellow and l gas by passage
According to Dr. Wilmon Newell, : rounded. country" said Mr. Coult "Every- 37. The forenoon (abbr.)
:Skin; of electricity through the air.
Thick
'
: hard. The
date of Farmers'
coarse. Week at the
director, the acquisitions will enable where the unity of purpose of Floridians 39. A little devil
the research work being conducted Feathers: Either molting or new College of Agriculture, University of I i the cooperation in the boosting 29. A kind of fish C C

to be enlarged and carried out more feathers. Florida, Gainesville, has been set at of Florida as a whole, is commented 42. Epistle (abbr.)
fully. Mary and I are going to cull\ our August 10-15. Farmer and their The Floridian visiting in 41. A small
flock upon. serpent 1' A N T .4 I i..1!.
Dr. W. D. Tisdale, associate plant by those directions tomorrow, I wives should mark these dates on the other parts of the country invariably 45. A washing powder
pathologist of the station, whc> is In eliminate the hens that are not producing calendar and plan to be In Gaines attracts attention because of his optimism 47. An adverb
charge of the Tobacco Experiment and save that much on the ville then sure. and his. Florida sales talk 60. A river In Italy.HORIZONTAL. 5SE
feed bill. I believe
Station at Quincy, has recently been have a chicken for also that I wilt' The United States Department of and when every last one of hi. fellow 0NERATANtIR
made associate pathologist/ in charge Sunday dinner. Agriculture says the farmer made I citizens who follow In his footsteps STI

of tobacco Investigations. more money during the year ending doe the same thing, it invariably 1. A vehicle A rG
COTTON RESEARCHWORK CONTROL OF HOLL WEEVIL June 30, 1925 than during the pre- I brings to non-residents the realization 4. A part of a year -
IS IS ENSURED EXPERT SAYS ceding 12 months. but his income was that something unusual Is going 8. A preposition

ENLARGEDThe New Orleans-The- foundation has till too low to yield a fair return on I on here. 9. A river in Southern China ..

". cotton invitations, which been laid for the ultimate control of capital invested and labor involved. "All Florida boosters should suppress 11. A personal pronoun eIEga ,

have heretofore be,i, irried on by the cotton holl weevil! ensuring that Nice the impulse to run down any 12. A conjunction
thing about hot weather is a I -action, city or town in effort 1From& the
place
the Florida State 1' '"It Board and the South will continue as the great : an to
man an't blame it. on his wife. j i boost his own. A new citizen obtain 17 Baronet (abbr.)

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22 i'a t.0 acm, aiiseMt.d VnDoWD. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR T4X DEED ''Ih. i sin> of AiiBuat, .\. D. 10SB.
LICENSE S
CiTtlHratc No. LOS .n.br.. .t half of VNDKK SECTION 57ft OP TUB I \\ ,itt,.1.- MIV MTIcial' stKnnture, and seal At"IO T.\GI
auiesa7 east half of nouthweet quarter eoutheaat'lunrtor GENERAL STATUTESHereby ..Innth day of July A. D. 1925. 1"1 J'OI 1028 I IN
...lul 12. township 9. south range V.
assessed notice I I. : ALDERMANiS.sll BLACK AND BELLOW
'JJ tiutt 10 a.r. Rnknow" ttin that n. W. Moore Clerk CI
Unla .. ..rtliot. redeemednccofdlntc purchaser of tns milo oortirtcat : Court. Bradford

to l law tax d. will issue thereon roMpecthtly 147. 14170) and 193 num..r A County, : to Maryland Stats
on the Mth day of Auaul A. D. Itf 21. tho Tax Collector of Int rd' County, Flor C iorTI' loltrlewardl
Vta.t10US'y? Wltn. my ., .Ivn.lur and meal ida. Sail certificates b.. .. July l. 1VJ8. .I..M..I '\ ) BaltimoreTnlluhusur
day of July. A. D. 1V2B.O and have filed said .rtlll.al. In my allies '
W. ALDERMAN. and hato mode tax deed to to. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR July 26.- 'Florida'*
-.. .. __ ______________ TAX DEED
------ u -.. (S<-.h' Clerk Circuit Court Brdo u< in accordance with law. L'hDEIt SECTION i78 OP THE
licviim
Said auto tags will have a black
respectively the
Flo.ld. .e.ln..t. obte. GENERAL STATUTES
SALLIE LEARNS OF hit\o flied mid cfrtiHcntoa m my off.ca and By C. A. lolowl" I..d Bradford ,, *. background with yellow figures;

AN ENGAGEMENTI : in hn\u made applleatl, for tax dod to leout ,.10-518.7 Deputy Clork. a..e a date of tho I.u.n.o of *uon Ilwitv, notice U uKun that N. O \Valnwilttht. they will retain the outline of
accordance map
with law. p.rtlllc.i. In the name *'.clv.ly here J. 1'iipchnci-r of Ion of 'tax sale
Said certificate pMtively ambraewa the ".1. particularly, set forth twlt iHttlfU'Htr* numbered respectIvely Slit and 810 tho state and will measure 0 by 10
took uu hour from my work following. Undi In Bradford County, Florida NOTICE 01 GUARDIAN SALE OF REAl 'vllll.au No 147 embraco In acres Ins l*.uul\ i t., tI,,. T" Collector of ItraiUordounty. of 7 by 17 inches .
during the week to fill my regular ncnt.m-d at thp datt- of tho tuuanoe of itich ESTArE .,,Ihe.t of norihwutt, quarter of <' riuilda. Said c.r"n.at. 1.t'ol aa at pres.ent
rtiOoatei In t Iio names reapcctlvely hereinafter ttouthwcat quarter being Sill tot cat unit -n I I i I', ''tti data! .Iuly 4t lt'2t I and nlmho.
engagement, ut the bauty shop-my particularly art forth to-wtt : Notice .la hereby given that the undersigned wont by 7HSU feet north and *ou>h. section tnimUn'd.21 I 5' l--nin, ,tint. July '.', 19..UI..t:t. contract for such tags has been
one 'opecsSiOfl to my fornwr life. On C<>rtlflcnt. fi vmbraeo. nouthweitt quarter M iruardian for William. minor heir I :.15, tOWttmti',; 6, nouth range 22 east, 10 acre*. JlN.t, I Hnid ...lloal" lu my office and
of Northeut quart nectlon" 10. 6.Huuth Ry assessed h.v awHnlo.l to the Maryland State Penitentiary .
the afternoon of a day that had been r. townhip of Airatha William, will apply to C. C. GrlfTU.Ccrtlllrato ttifi.lim\ i"Ip.\o" tax -l-.a tu issue in a* S
rang 23 tact, 40 agree aaaeMvd Kaleand th Honorable Geo A. County Judite' No. 14H rmhraoe north half offlouthweat curdnnco ut Baltimore which call
very hard I asked Collette for a facial Mtlli. of*Bradford County : the 10th day 'IU"] '. of northeast quarter section Said certificate reapectlvtly omtiraci1 i'ctl. I

pack. It always refreshes me. the Ortlflcat No. 142 embraeM lottth half of of Auftiut. 10SA. for an private 115. town.htp 8, south r.n.I oaat 20acre. fullim 'liu la"d In Br."urd County 1'\o.leI.\ th roxtmnttly| | 400,000 UIRI, They ,
ffoul h wwat quarter of Soul hwcwt quarter, i sate all the right title and .I..t of ....... L. A. Doon.I fum" (."'.I Ht date issuance will b,. tlehvortiil at Tallahaaieo for I
sweet-scented cream the hot towels, ...,lIon 33 townshIp 8, oath ran... 22 .-.... the said minor !In and to the following. de Certificate No. 170 embraot emit 15 1-5 o'rllc"l. in I ho nan;'-H 'itwpfol iv ely herein 7 uiul ;i-i cents each .
the and the witch. 20 acres ajmeued Little B IMcHcrinff. scribed) land., to-wit; acre of aoutheaat quarter of southwest 1 lea t act I.rh towltt as comparedwith !
manage pungent t'nlM maid oortiflcatMi, ihall bm redeemed aeeordlnir Coinmenclntr 24?'j yard east of north 1-3 aero in outheat corner of ame, eeUon CVrtilliattt No 248 west half 8 1-2 for 11)25. 'rho manu-
hazel, followed! bi: let. I to law tax 4w.l! will IMUO thereon on vest corner of northeait quarter of north- J 0. U'wn.sliip 7;. south .".. SH east, IS .... norttmnii quarter of outhwtt quarter. nt-Hirers furnish
Everyone went to Collette's. Indeed -, tht 17th day of AuR-tut. A. D. 1925. cant quarter and run east 82Hi yard south ancsed J. V. Jon. tion 12. township 0. nuulh raimui vat, : wi an envelope S
Witncu tny nffiefat aignature,. and teal this I 176 yard, west 82' ynrda, north 1T6 Certificate emhrace beginning al rtcn*. anBfMutid Mr.*. Nannlr V. Hritidley. for each tal. .
it was more like a salon with I the 14th day of July, A. D. 1925. to place of befrinninir containing ,.e northeast corner of southwtwt quarter of Oortlllcato No ItO embrace north half, of The will In'
its Luf> mall talk. Each -' O W. ALDERMAN more or lena east half of east Ih. .* northwest quarter and run couth 814 feet. outhnrt quarter and soutluast tjunrti r ofnorthwtwt tiius -Oilppod to Tttlla- j
operator (fS..1)I) Clark Circuit Conrt "r.MordCollnty. east quarter of no r tht.a*t quarter Ices one thence outhwet 054 i feet to east aid* of quarUr section JH, towtuihlp 8, linawco in carload lot and dlstrilm-
had her own little room but it was Florida.By lot S7K, tot north and mouth by 137 feet railway .riuht-of-way. thenee northwest on Aouth ranuu 112 ....1. U9 aerv. aisttstd C from tho to tie local \
quite customary for anyone reco- C. A. KNIGHT. cast and weat. In aouthweat corner containing right-of-way 418 feet, thene northeast 834H lumbia Farm Land Corporation.Unlema ton onpitol
7.17-6t--l Deputy Clttrtt. 10 ecrvn. more or less sltUMt and being feet to north' line of said forty thence eat said ...UII..I.tiall be redevmed .. nmnicics throughout the stat fl'nn
firing a voice to scream" the latest bit In St-rtion 80. Townnhln 7. Kan** U. east, in 284% feet to blDnlnlr. sectIon .15. township cordlna to law. tax d. will ,is.' ". thereon on which thoy will bo supplied to, motorvelmle
of ifurssip from one booth to the other. Bradford County. Florida. 7. south range .t 8 acre, assessed the tf4tn day of lu"u.l. A. D. 1525.Witness .
NOTICE OF APPI.IC4TIOV FOR T\\ DEED This 10th day of July 1828.) J.m.Janes.ITntc I my ". and sco.1 this owners At taast one such
The room was unusually quiet this I UNDER BFCTIOV 671 OF THB A. M. WILLIAMS. ** unul cerllficaie* shall be redeemed according the lhet day of July A. t>. tit5.! iiRemy will bo established In on.'Itcounty

afternoon und I was relaxing undera GENERAL STATUTES I Guardian for Ray WII.m. minor heir of law. lax deed will Issue thereon on 0, ALDERM\N. under
7-10-6t-d-7 docvasod. the lth day of A. D. 11)20.) (Seal) Clerk Clr"i Court BradfordCounty. 1)rovi8101 of the inntorvehicle ;
towel weighted with steam that AI.t. Wil." Au.ul .
.
Florida.By net
ITcrrty notfe I Is given that T J. Alderman Witness my .Ilrn.lur and seal this pimHuil by the 1085 legis
completely enveloped my face. purcnaner of tax ..1. ertlfleat. numberednwpectlvttly thc 14th tlay of July A. 1028. C. A. KNIGHT lature. Two nr three such rtfr-trie
Suddenly I recognized a voice. It !ftft. 117. 118 Issued by the Tat ORDER FOR PI'BUCATION (O. W. ALDERMAN. 7-2<-Ct-8-iU n.put Clerk
Cnllvctor of Bradford County Florid, Said (fS( .1 Clerk Circuit Court. Urro.1 wi probably be kept Olll m the |nrsrir I

came from the next booth. cfrtiflcat" nnmbcrod 2fl8 being dated July! 4 In Circuit .ur Eighth Judicial Circuit, Flo"d.. MASTKR'S: SALE citIes for the convenience i npplicanta. -

"Oh I say, Valerie have you seen 1021 and said certfflcMr numbered 117 and Bradford .. In Chancery. By C A. KNIGlT. o
lit being doted Jute 2. 1921 ha flied paid N. B. Hull complainantVfirtr 17-6t-8-U CI.rl I Notice I is heroby gisen that under and by
my ring ? It was Anne Coddington'svoice. certificate In my office and have made application .. \iitue of that curtain' final dicree of r".lo. The comptroller also hits aWRuliMln .

for tax tired tu IHHIIC In Accordance... NOTICE OP GUARDIAN SALK tire made and rendered on July 27th A. P., contract .f
with taw.Said -- m ( ** W. Cole et al. defendant 10.'0. by II'n.rlb. A. Z, Adklna. Ju "Your ring ? What d'you mean- BILL TO Circuit and for County, nt '
eertlnVates respective! embrace the REMO\B n.0'n. QUIET TITLE Thirty day after date hereof I the undersigned U..dto. n cost of 8 cents each. :
Tim ? I'm that excited. What is this I following' lands! In Bradford, County Florida.ftMeMed AM> .ItF. (luardlau of Cei Whitehead and t'l.r"ln. In County that certain eau corvorntlon..I I. the. They will bo uttractvely constructed .
a cornpa.nant
at the date of It from tho allegations of the Funlcohitrhoail., .. .. U.nk.
any way, an announcement party ? the limunnce of such .P.1 will apply l to the uiid Pniil Vnlotte and M.rlh. Valntt with mica fronts. 6,000 chauffeur
certificate In the complaint In the above Geo. t
r""h'.Ish..ln. cause, A. Gardiner
name 10nor.bl. County Judge his .
Wait I'll get! this darn clay off and after fartteularly net forth to-wlt: ; that the age .no residence of the dafendnntaGnonte Ur"dl..1 County Florida on to-wlt. the Speainl wife are orl'n.lan. ...the for uud.rl..n.. will a* bailjU'H also have been contracted '

I'll be right in." Certificate No. 2flB embrace nil block 89 W. If living and If uYad then day Au"u.t 10J5, for an enter to sell M..I.I htuhcMt and* beat* bidder, for at 0 3-4 cents each. ''
In I.. T. hU heir dlvl._. .1 o.h
and legatesand at
Company' subdivision of north i an ltrna ; Mr private following described lands. front of tho Court Hnuno door In
My heart stood still. What ring? cast quarter of northeast quarter, section 2e, LUtlo R. Bnisdnn If llvfnir. and if dead thrn lo.wl.Lol i Hntdfoid, r.iunly.. on the St.rk.7th 1

What ? Then all the courage. all the townshln (t. south range 22 ...1. aMesscnl E. her heirs, de\icee ii. levats and aosirns ; K. Vn and Eight of Block T. In the ,INV of Heptpmbi-r.t10rlln.. lOitB Mon",1'during the 'I ,\\SSIS'I'\lT : .\ lll.'tN 1'
E. IIncll B Drew. If using, and If dead then his of Lawley, Bradford Count .
loitiil hour of itali*. for
indifference I had built around myselfin CcriIflpHt. No. 117 embraces Lots 8-4 or h..I. I..t. ,devisee and n.'n.' .. all ...eo.ln. to map and pint of maid low.Plond.. 1 Inn Nald Kliml 1)'creo. the ruUowin purpose of,I, rh'1 .Oi .\ EN'l' STATION IUNIVERSITY

the last few months were as went half of block S4 TT.. and Companv'srtubrllvtnton unknown Florida.and there in no person the Stateof .o.dvd In the Public Record of the Clerk .al estate bin. and b.lla In ., or FLORIDA ,1
riaug-ht. of nnrtbrant quarter of north known to complainant the nurv- Office at Starke, Bradford County, .'Iond. c.iitty. :
cat quarter, Boctlnn 2ft townshIp ft, south ice of a subpoena upon whom would bind the Tht 2Jrd day of July, A. D. 1925. lots .". .(426)). Forty ((4A) Fortyi -
Could it be that Anne and Curtiss rnnire 22 cant aAsmved Alex Merrlcfca.Cortlfleate moil deft-ndnnt : And C. Rodman Tones and REIECC. WHII EAD. >,. MM. and, Kurty-tuu ((12) In Woodlnwn. Doctor I D. A. Xnmlory, D. S., Cleat |

were really engaged and that I should No. lift embraces north half ofblock Nw 1'rnma C. Jonm. his wife, of 791 Fig street Guardian for Cul, ,' nil Seton Thirty-one (Hit i, Township t'lv. son Agricultural College of South I
HA f.. T and Company's aubdUliInn of Orleans SI.I. of l.ouiatana.. and the 4.8t.S.21 Minor. I'.K' <22) I0ant.
'
hear it in such a place ? Oh I was I northeast qtinrter nf northeast < sec following named defendants. A. H. Johns, If 'rh 1"th .U.n"I I. ,uovordlnit Twrnty'two to pint of .nhl l *<*C"tlnn ( Carolina., 11)2(1. D. V. M., Kansas Ag'j |

/grateful for that towel and for its lon 28 In.n.h''p (5. south range 111.1.1..1. as- and IPing and if dead and then Mnlicns to him helm Jacob, d.vl. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Tounnhlp and Rimuts. it..itnlod tho riculturul Cnlk'KC, 1U23, hits been ap- to
I I..a. : public reeordM of .
.1 M. Ellereon. I'NDEK SECTiON Florida
57S OF
\ kind folds which hid my face. ..R.1<1 certificate.halt be redeemed ac if Ivlna. If dead then to Mettle Wvnn. l'.t'l TiE (..KNfcRALNotici SIA lUTES old containfnir lr.llo.1(( ) acre.unly.. mON or pointed AssUtnnt Veterinarian ill *, 3

Silence for a while. The operatorswere cording! to taw tax dP Issu** thereon on I rl Cab Wynn and Sunannah Florida Agricultural Kxporlment; Sta'i
the 17th day of wll. D. 102SWitness of Jacob Johns. whoa renidrnee Is : ,. hereby alien that u.! B. CoUon.purchniit i D. E. KNIOI1'l'Special !
[ oh, so quiet that they, too, my nlTtclat .I..naln. and seal him known, to Jerry M Johim. If living and r of too ci rtificato No. 120 date.ith Matter Chancery tion. Doctor .Snndem haH had two {d(

( might gather in the details of a story the 14th day of July. A. P 102Rn dead then to A. H Job.. of St.rk. Florida. L'nd .iiy l of t"mUI.ottc D filed I A. S ClEWS years of research experitmco In tlld
w. Alva Enscy and Charley Enn< y, her husband, Maid certificate, ; ; .. 10'h'mad Solicitor for 8-7 flt-IM 1 '.a
E that would entertain their fashionable (Seal Clerk Circuit' AI.OFRM1.' of Japk.nnllo. .,.Ido. hplr of Jerry M. application for tax deed to --------- Veterinary Denartmunt of ICunrimW- A ,v
clientele. Co"r.,, 'nr.Mo.' : Elln If living and If ,dead ance with law. Said cartiflcat.embrace.0.the MASTKR'S SALE Agricultural ; HU I
Fln"da.U
then to John widow of ErvinJohnt. folio winu dwcrlbed ExperlnuntSt'
C. A. EI.nbe.h property ituated In -
Light foot steps-Valerie going to 7-l-8t--14 Deputy Clerk. II.rk.. Florida Arthur John, of H rail ford C.unty. Florida. towtti Is hereby given that under and by work will be on livestock
{
(Anne. I counted them as they fell. Front proof. .. Ovid Johns, of Tampa.. Lot 9 of Ulk. 10 In Ward City. Suction 5. Vl'l',Nnle. that certain Final IVorwe of fnra- and poultry d1HeR18. in particular .
Florida Homer John whose addreen ,
i I.
unknown Tn 7 8. 110 E.
"Ohhh Anne! It's a dream! Well I I, NOTICE OP prMfMMl FOR T \'DEED lr\cna Reynolds and L. A. Reynold, The I.land being asaesiod at the date of .I..u.p M>Jo.made by Ilunornbl and rendered A. 7..on Adhlnit Jun, Jihlue 2'Jml. A.of "milt xifkn Bs" in cnttlo and

(don't have to guess whose it is, the UNDER PFCTION 57S OP THEGENERAL her husband of l.oul..1 State of North the iNsuanee of such ..rUfl.n' In the n.m.o'f'lo.u thy Circuit Court, In ansi, for Ilradfard noun- I Muiion's eye worm of poultry. .f

[way he's been rushing you about. You 8rATtTE8 .,,1.Ult.C.rlna.wldn.hel.of of E. E. Johns Johns d., ,.Annie.d. and E. n>di om Ward.>d according. to law .rtl..t d.eI ahall..11 ty.Hrndfonl Flo Hi In County. In thot Hank certain a corporation.'CUM ,vh..ln I I. com-the Doctor 8In.I'rl lioffun hiM duties

I lucky girl. Landing the catch of the Notice I. hrrohy given that T J. Ie".n. I Inurchaccr I i. IVtttt. her husband of Gainesville ,.'UP thtrmn un the list day of A"au. plitlnant and J. Y Sontt and J. H. fInger are July I anti will work in cooperationwith
of Tax Certificate I Idnted Florida. E. M Johns and Charley Johns of D. 1028.Witnm. the ,
ili'fendant unilemlKneU Special Mnntur.will .
[the season. Dog gone! the 7tH .r of July A. D 102. ban 110'1\1 I Stark. Florida and Thelma WillIams and my official .Ian.tu.and meal tht* offer for ante and will.. for Cash to Doctor A. I,. Shealy, Professor .
Anne snickered. od unld certificate In my 011.. and ha* madeannleotion ''A. J. Wiltiama. her hunband. of Alaohuai the 27th day of 1025. th.. highest and bent bidder. .1 front of the of Veterinary of tho AgrIcultural t
for tax dnod to .,. In i I I County florida, heir of A. H. Johna through Jall: W ALDLUMAN Court HOIIMO ds, ,.. in Stark, .count /denc"
"lIe is sweet, she said. with law Sold certificate embrace aeco.don'.1 j I E E Jahna, dpcpaunt, and I laura Cone Clerk Circuit, County'Florida MorMn. on Monday' the .Inl "l.fo.1 AuicUMt (01"1! '.

"Sweet," so, that was all she thoughtof Inwlntr d..rl .d property .ltnt.eI In 1 .",1 1..u..I. Cone, who* ..dd. .la unI By f'd A. KnIght, A. It) 1 lf>2n. durlntf the legal houm of *.1. "St

( him. I was sick with the thought ford Count, Florida to-wlt B.n.I'1 I hnov.. hetra. d \ .. and leuatct 7.U-6t-8-'K: DputF Clerk. for Ihn puriMMU nf Hatlfylntr mi Id Finn) !>erfi CHiAKKTmsrf.l.; ; : KIM I ,
SnuthwMit quarter of southweat ,,. I *. If ded. To J.f John. If living, and If (* >, the foiinwinir fecrllM! i real l etnt.>
and something was the matter with ..tlon 23 tnwnxhln R. south nero 22 eat, dead then to ., of Stark. Florida.nn,1 NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE OP HEAL iind bi'tutf In lirnitfiirtl cutinly. Florida 1ln. Vt'O.31A N'4 HKAUTVKXPKItr
I heart. What made it feel like 40 ...r. The said land b.ln. annmised at the It I I. alleged In said of complaint ESTATE 1'1tt' North half of tli,. Knmi half of the : :
my a date of the Innuiincp nf flcat. In the that to all unknown heirs or to the Southeast quarter of Ht llon Thirty-four I ((34). I"CI.\I'
t stone, weighting me down dragging nami of Columbia Farm t.and Co"or.tlon. named holr whose rmldenco Is alleged Unknown Notice i I. hereby given that the undorilfrned Towtinhlp fllx: I A It Ilnnite Twontytwof
[ me under and leaving me listless Unlpa said ccrtlflcnte( .h.1 he .. that there 1* no purnon In the State of i a* Hiiaulian' for Isaac William, a lun.ll. (2 ) "Knut' "''."1" tl'r.I.m fly. acre In the Chicago>CltfurotluH may not af
cnrdtntr to law. tax deed lo ii. thereon .c'l Klurl<'n. the service of a subpoena.upon whomAvoiild will apply 'to the H"no rob I e Una. A. form of n Mquiire "" pant cnrnor nf fect n wciman'H but kill
without any desire to live. I couldn't tb" 17th day of Autruat. A. D. 102S.Wltn bind the said d"end.nl and that It County .It i duo of Bradford County. Florida 'th,. nlrovo d,>*ciittd I pntpi'rty Containing mOI'II. they'l
faint. If I could just keep the towelson ->n. my official nlfrnnttiri. and Meal Jit Iwllexed by the tho namedi.'renianta on the toil day of Auvunt mit. for an order rhirty-fl\u acre mom or Ies her beauty, utivUcx Mr. O.
Ihn 1 Itt dny of July. A P. 1925.O I II arc InfertsU'd ,in the property In. to soil at private ale, th* rttrht. title and n. n KNIGHT Maurer, prenidpiit of tho American
nlittle longer and then after Anne : W. AL.DFRMXN.Miall vold In this mi it. and complnlnnnt alleges inU.> .fit of the natd .1 William a lunatic, HiH'ulHl Mwitvi' I. Chancery
and Valerie had I would I Clerk Circuit Court Bradford that bi> doe* not know and by diligent search In and t the following described lands, to- A. H. CREWS CosmuticiatiH1 Society.
gone, go Countv. I and Inquiry has not born able to ascertain wit i Rrtllaitor. for Complnnnt, 8-7-5t-0-4 "I've no personal
home without either of them knowing f. "", Fnnd.. whether anv of the defendant whoa ,rmld0nr Northwest quarter of Section Two. Town obJectoll' to

that I had heard. l5i;:put; Clerk j is allowed a* unknwn.d'ad r-.i'.e.--'j hip Sevi'n. Kit n... Twenty con UrnIntr cigarette smoklnj but been i
1.7.51.8-1 'it In ..1.a" 'tn all 160 acre more or I... nitunt lying OHhEIC FOR IVIUATION proved who smokes
But even facials come to an end. I bill of that ho .lev. there areprnions and being In Ltradford County, wODnn
managed to be perfectly quiet until NOTICE OP r\ppf ir TlOV FOR TT DEED interentci the ".. In- 'Ihls (hit 10th. day of July 1I>28. Flo.ld. fn ,circuit, ('','' Eighth Judicial C'NUII.j noun fndl Hloplnif lim-H at the cor. !
; UNDFR SECTION 57% OP TBE I Milvi'd in thin milt whoe nit, .ond.N or SuliMt.rlbed to before m* this 8th day of Bradford, (''unty' SI"I of PlnrMu, In ni'i-s ut her mtilth-dtwnwarti
the operator was through then, put- GENERAL STATUTES i I aR. nnd whoxr reuid.'nce are .nknown t KOBKRT MATiIiS, eery that curve

tin;; on my hat, I walked hurriedlyout I In..ohy complainant : and In said ht, I. pray Guardian for Isaac William, Lunatla. (", W Dunham CnnitdAlnnntv will. make deep linen."Thi. .
notice Is given that Mono Covlnirtnn I I I I.d against I such known unknown per- I 110.Ot.M1I whiten of the eyes will II.!
of the l moth and I .. y
along> the corridor I U r i ,-. i,1( '
,
of nnli* certificates l.yn .I. Tt.nd.nt. low
( purchaser tax I too
to the front of the hall. hemS respectively I 100. 101 1 and lf>2 Imiucd THEREFORE it m ordered tnat all perns I I L, ..r".vlt .pl.'n..,." to the from 1 too ardent use of ,

Valerie God help her to keep her Iho Tax Collector of Bradford County I"b .,". named In this order, if living, and If I :O'r'E OF GVAlt>AN'S SALS Hfiyn, filed tht-(In ilefi'tho' ,... "c..I.tr cause that I is n V nmi-ti.I cilnrl.Lcs. the teeth become yellow, .
Mn Said ci-rtlAeatpa being mouth shut. She didn't. It was Impossible 1":?3. and have AIM said In my tho .. named ,defendant aforesaid de Thhty days after date, on to-wlt on the 10th 'iNflldmt of th. Rtalo .f ,. he I I. n tiBia will turn yellow, t
o."neat.
office and have made! application for tax deed rra. i''l or otherwIse and that persons day of Autrunt A. D. 1D2S. I will apply to the ..1,1..1 of lFi>nd.nM>nvllle, State nf NorthCrtrollmi .iit. to mention yolluw stain (MI' finger
with and
Valerie there seem- tn tntue In accordance with law whomsoever whom. age .1 maidaneearu i Honorable George A. Gardiner, County Judge nnd' I I. tivcr the awe of tw.n-on. tips that should be '
ed to be any number of people standIng to be n.me to complainant and of Urn'lford County Florida, for an order to year.. I Is therefore ordered that nld 1 nottrmtd roy. :
Said reenectlvelv the .U."e .. .
.rlll..I. .mbre. all whose name h alleged ell fit private sal a one eighth undivided Intfret nt ilefvmlnnt' bo and t is hereby required
a.
) or sitting about. following Bradford Clnty. .Ids.Miepped whom* residence I I. beyond the State of knoW Florida ash of. It"b Andreu. Kathaleen An- to appear I. th bill of complaint filed In South Carolina CennayIirlnia I
at the date of the of such dreu Malba and Hit Id 1 cause on before Monday, the 7th
Henry Andreu. Jr.
"Hello Sallie, have you heard about that may be or are Interested In the o.yof ant
certlflcate In the n.m. rennertKply hereInafter ht'it'Inafter described propertv or any part minor heir* of Francis N. Andrvu.. September A. D.. 102ft, othewls the Missouri art the only states that 1
Anne ? she said. particularly set forth to-wlf thereof lying and being In Stnrke, Bradford in and
"Why, no." I ,summoned as much Certificate' No. 10ft embraces .omm.n.ln. County, Florida described aa follow: 'rh.- northeast quarter of the southwmtriniirt by unlit riefvndnnt.It t .
I on north line parallel with rol.." f.t Forty feet cant and went by Ninety feet r of section twenty-nine township six In further ordi-ri'd that thl order be pub- -
interest as possiBle in my voice. north from inuthweet corner north went north and south at aouth weet south i nnve twenty-two eut. containing forty ll.bed unri' a week for four eonnectitlvn ...k.'n umt ettl't.l l .. .._. 47849!
They stared at me without pity, quarter of block I south of range I emit and corner of block b."innlno( ) and run thence and ixty-two ono-bundredtlts eerie more or the H'mifri County Teleitmph a ni-w.. ._ :
run south parallel with railway 16R feet east F.rll'40)( ) f.ft. thence north Ninety IPM. maid land lying, situate and being |in pntHr 1"1.1'.h.1 In saul County and Slate. To bar due July I. IIUO ... 11388.81
gleefully eager for some sign that thence east at right anirlee with railway 130 Tect. thence West Forty ((40)) feet thence to flrs'if.vd County, Florida. This '\I""o 4th, 192ff. Total fiubfirhiMl Hand
might add zest to their story when feet thence N parallel with railway 1M feet Thompson street thence Ninety feet South. Datxl this. the 10th day of July, A. P. 1925. (J W. ALDBKMAN lii" hul .In.., Juno. I. luift .... _._.. 2811.16 J

they told it outside. thence west to bevlnnlnfr : alpo north half' of to ..t.rUn.1.' the fifteen (till) feet north CUBA ANDREU. Clerk Circuit Court. fnl. .1. ."., . M7H/JO ,
ny C. A.
south half of oiithwet, of block I Kn'h ten Andreu and Andreu Jr. KNlanr.Deputy .
quart r of the Forty by Ninety feet lot I I. l.n. .
"She's gonna marry Curtiss Mouth of r.n" 2 emit being 2 U feet north Hi-r\ed .b. purpo.ee.Do Guard, itn for Heba Andr .Urn Andru. Clerk Tu Iml. iliin, July 1. HUllo.l -, "_ ,
A H CRFWS
end south by 830 feet ennt and! Alan apiece ..1.1 7-ifi.r.i: ..7 and llrltli Hand
the said bill of complaint onor M'no. f'
Has the most .t .
Wright. ringa SollilUiifor Comiitnlnnnt' s7.lSt.lt4ORiElt T. hnl .
gorgeous < Jut 1. lllUQ 175115.20
of land 32 feet north and' by 810feet before day of September A. .e
sapphire-." cant and west on pout), .outl north I D. 1926. .th !e.nth due course define and set UPwhatever NOTirR OF APPlICATION FOR TAX DEED lly amt cullactutl ._.. .'. 115t0.7'")

That the last straw. Because half and southeast quarter of Dock 1 south claim interest which you and each i.MKH : Tit FOR ni.iCATtov "
: To
was o I hut. title
I CKNfcHAI July i I. 11126" ... _. __ 00 .
range I east In .r.mpl. aubdlvUlnn.ect'on of you may have to the above described prop 1l{ -' 8')1.
in discussing/ rings once I had told 21. tnwnshfp 0 south run ire 22 east, erty or the said bill will be taken onfe_. In Clrul Court. Eighth! Judicial Circuit To ,lial., due Widoes June I..a fmad
i .
.
Curtisa that the ring of my dreamswas aapee.ed Mttfe) Guvona and Annie Lee R.f. cd ....In.you Utility:: notice Is given that T J. Alderman Ir..llol' Stat<* of Flo"< In Chan uy unit oiillnciril' I. .._.- .-.?... 43.49 190,57'i'e
nuiberalr.'oi.i''iively .
HTflcate No. Inl! embracen .omm.n.ln. ft .. ordered that this order be puritui' r of tax sale cvrtfrtcnuti

a single square sapphire with on a tine runnlnv' parallel with rnllwav 82fr published once a weak for client consecutive | 290. 1 ii'. -'O, 20 SIll, 72. 109. 101'' I I' W Alvnrp,. Cntnpalnsntva. li,.l. ilu.. July I I. lull ._ _. _.
dancing lights. .t north of aatthwnt corner of northeast weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph a I Ill I. 1HH, i07! und Usited by the 1 .n 80.60
""Her nf block I south of range 1 east and weekly ncwupaner of general circulation pub <'r.Mtc'nr of DraJfurd County, Florida. Said Margaret WIIe.on nnd ho hu.hand C W. ALDHUM4M.CUrd .
"Come on back Sallie and look at m north on paid line Ill ( t. thence coot at lished In Ptarke. Bradford county .,'rln.t numbered 200 being dated August J. W. WIlNon. Defendant. Clrvult Coarl
it. I think Anne's still there" she .right anirlee to said line 830. feet, thenee WITNESS the Honorable .Fo.lda .!'II.l I and salt certificates numbered. 18. r anpTMrlnu' by ..ffld.vl appended to (he
south parallel with first line 122 feet thence the fluid circuit court and tho official seal of 10. -'. 3H, 72, lOll I 10S. 154 1HH 20ft 207 andJit filed 'In (he eau e that Mar- C1.SILK'a REPORT
tugged at my arm.I went 3flO feet to beg In Temn1'< nuh-'liv. the Clerk nf this court .well a* hln .Ilrn. l: nit dattd July 2nd. 1 i'i'43< has filed saf'l ,. ,trot WIU.n enl .ht .lmnd. J. W. Wllcn.thi FINANCIAL rAinMBN-r, or CouNTy
couldn't speak. I couldn't. Whenone I' section 21. township 5. south range 22 ...1. tu.. this the 9th day of J,1,. A. D 1 rtittmtee; In my off lew and hans made ap- I I 'Icfomtant therein naomi are nnn.r.I..n. 'u sue ;
n_ w_ 1 for I I tt thttuti' > nf and their I
a-erased Mattie Guyana.Certificate AI.n"R.AM ,1.al..n In* rfi, In Issue In mfnttrAitnem_ I II"rld. .lo.n.
is crushed in spirit and soul lit No. 102 ... north half of (Sal) Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford ". law. nonun I tui It..t>tt nnd ttwf- thu ut Monthly fln.rclal miateui .f Bradford
tie do they think what effect their "Ih of .mb.c. of block I County. Florida. SHU, ) c..UI..t. reupcctivuly .tnibrace th. '','nt"o'* y.I' 1 is therefore (.riimly for month, "r J ii'I. I itt.iht.
I hl quarter By C. A. KNIOHT '" ," Urailfonl. County. Florid. r>rierl l that said non-riwMenU de .a.ral
movements will have the crowd south .. I east MJt'. feet north ,. I.n\ I read
on .n. hln. t.-co.i t dat. of issuance ndnntti, > ansi l are hereby ,' to ai>- 'tol.) .
the of
tind south .180 feet went In Temn Deputy Clerk. ) such I : i I'; d.II J"n. I I. I I'5. _. .2417.16
by ,
nor thinking care. I did the only lea section 21. *. south A. 8. CREWS. itiftcuttti I In the n.m. respectively hereinafter P*ar I. tl bill of complaint In *nldfn'i R..I.t .1.1.. ". "IO.OU
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township *** un lMfirp Monday tht* flth day of .
.ublv. ollcltor for complainant 7-109t-9-4 tartloutarly .t forth, to-wit t Illnbiirm., i luihitf month .... 1430.711
thing I could have done. I drew maseased Mattie f!\ othewlse
away .n.t. shall W iyonnTTnlesa re'frentedtecordin Lots Two lit) a'd".ur ((4t. and a strip c.I..t.., No. 2111) embraces southwest OMnhi-r. I) HKIfl. the allegationsoV III!. July I. I I"lr, ... 4.41.49 .
from her and walked straight out of to I...etll..t.. will Iwuie thereonon NorthMint quarter and Lot* 1. "itl'l bill will .taken tim eonfAised by .aldd Fin and Forfeiture Fund
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ir dr 3. 4, -<*ctl 'n 22, township f 5, south li i.C.nisnta.It high .Inn, ,. I. lu/5 .._
the door with head in the air.I rangeeast _
., my the 10th day nf Au..t. A. D 1D2SWltnes thlah.hd.y0fJu NOTICE' OP APPlICATION FOR T *' DEED a acres. ,- (im flrh., o"d.'r.' that thl order b pub ii. .".,, ,1".1." m..lh ._ __.u._. 1400.14.
official and seal .el. 1."r..u
don't know why the shock was so my .1.n.ll.1925.O. UNDER "t'CTIIn OP THE log Company.r .e llNhpil .n. a week for sight .nn..ulv. |J,. ion IH MI. luring mnnth _. .. 1046.77

enormous. I had known that Anne ,. AD.. W. AI.PFRM\' GENERAL 8TATUTESn.rhl' ri, .I..t No. Iff embrace eat quarter ot'oUlh" In taPer the pubHnh'Nl rirnilfnrfl In County aaiI! ( : and, StaUr new- lId July I I. 'I'J.MS ... .. ". & .
of northwest : head Rend
and Curtisa were together most of (Seat) Clerk Circuit County.. .Florida.By notice Is given that I.. TT. TTI11 pu..h. .- lon 17,. Qu.rl.. 7. south range qll..r.... eec-10 This Au"OI 1r' 1020. l 11.1 l .5.,. I I. UJ/1/ . lam.lt
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the time and hostesses haJ been putting C. A. .. tax ale certificate nlmb.1 reNlMMitlvely .. **._(] 1. C. Brunlnu. r; Clerk AI.OFR.41' |1'.11.. during month _.___... _. ltl.48
7'10-St-S-7 KNGlT. 130 140. 87. fl% fl4. I.u.d Ctriiftcat 20 mbrmce eat half of (lbu..m.n. du.lli tnunlh. ? __
. them together for months. Dpal" by the Tax Collector of Bradford County. north'aet quarter of northeast quarter and fly C. A. KNIOTTpuI 1.1' .fu --. "-.'U ""*" '
But it's one thing to expect a Florid Said ..IIA..I. numbered ItO and north half of northwest quarter of northeast K KNIGHTSnlleltor Clerk.n ,,.,.. '.n' )
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE being dated July 'J.) 1 11.J2. and said cvrtl- quart r of northeast quarter, section 2.tuwrmMp llnl June I I. !IU"T.! ..'
thing or even dread it and another IlA, numberril. S7. A.4. fll and 67 being dat 5, south range 21 **.t. 25 acre, aI *- for r .lnnnnt! fl-7-Ot.lO-2 1..lpt du.ln. month .. ...,._ .'

to have it actually come about. I Thirty days after date on to-w-t! : tenth Jill* 2. lOJ'I has filed said oertlnestr In aesi Richard GrlfTia.CerttAcate DI.ba..m.n. aionth. -
tlay of Auttust A. D. 1025. I will ." tl tn the my office and ha* made application fur ta* No. Ill embrace* southwest quarter CLERK'S REPORT I.I l I, I I" ...___ T,6
tried to lose myself in my work but Honorable Oeorire A. Gardiner. County Judge dee*! to limue In accordance with law. of southwest quarter. section 84. townshIp Oat. 41ac F*>4
I Salil certificate* respectively embraces th. ,' south. 21 east 4J Report of the CI.. nf the ( 1r tit Cr 111 June I, .. ... .. DIOV.ll
when one is twenty. there's somethingyou of Bradford County, Florida, for an order to range a*****- '
ccii] at private ale twentieth undivided following !an want more than work to fill the Int reat of W. E.a Andrea one a non-mldent. at the date of the 'Issuance of such .C.II.t, No. 8* embrace northwest quar vaunt of I. .MMMC<| for the yi Pa 1024. IH.bu..m.n. du.ImODth ...._

empty spaces in a young girl's heart. a lunatic and heir of Franel N: .\n'l.o. deceased -I i eertincatve In the name. reapeettv 'Iy hereinafter I norhI quarter, section 9. township .W. RAy. lal. I ..... S77f.l3
in and to the followIng described particularly set forth, to-wlt t 7. oii'h range I... 40 acre*, aeaed Un CI- W.d.. .. Ifmnflmm F4llnl I
.
Things were reminding me alwaysof land to-wlt Certificate No 110 ebr. north half of known Tl Ilra4for4 Juno I I. ItU .-. .._...... tTO.lt
love. At night time the soft jasmine The northeast: quarter of the southwest enar.tar I northeant quarter of ." ... quarter ofijthwet Certificate, No. 72 embrace ..oth..t'Iua.h C.c.. r_ Kvevluu diirfntr month .. ..n. 1.1.1
i I T. (hal Jun" I. ... .. .
quarter. ectlon 8, r of northwest quarter of *outhwmtquarti 41.14111 month. .._
six south twn.hlp I'lbu.n.at ?
of section twenty-nine township \ du.lnl .'
twilights would awaken strange twenty-two cast containing I forty aol I south range 22 .**. 5 .. a. F.n. r, section 23. township n. south rang Ily ann ,'"I.te ...n 2717.111Tn ... .... 4HI.7K .
longings in innermost being. A range .. 'less..1 Stella rd.Certificate. .o 22 **'t. 10 acre*. anseaied J. B. Abraham.C flraiosge read S
my aid txty-two landN nnohandrth.. situate. mo.Bradford or No. 146 embrace mouth half of ideate No. 10* embraCes east half of till, 'I lll, J'lly I. 111211 ._ .._.m Jun. I I. Iu& .....___ H." I.,
strain of music would make tears of bn. north half nf of nurtt. act of ..< i.rf ltvrTM .
Florida.DatI .outhw..t quarter southeast quarter of southwest quarter *lDt durlnv month .. ._....
loneliness all COlnt" quarter neetlon 2ft townnhlp ?. sooth north.ujt and 8 In I bal I ito, I. lt 3a ...._. .
stand in my eyes. And 'h oth day of I' rang quarter r. north wo* DI.bu..n. du.lnl __
Jjly. -J.'A"! Ny arm eollMtml ._. .. ._ moat'
the time I that 22 eaflt. 10 acre asseeoed C. S. Durtln ..rn. rof southeast quarter of northeast quae- .. 12797 -- .. -... 17.51 ,
had the
feeing "they"were Guardian for W. E. Andreu.TURmR. Certlflcat No. 57 embrae lots 5. 4. It. 12 tar. *'Ctlon 27. towphfp 0. south P5.4 '.;
gloating over Anne's conquest 7-10-6t-8-7. In Wrxxllawn. Section 13 t vvnhlp 5, .'h ant. aaseaned W. M Bryan. I T.I hal] >lu. July I mr. ... ._ C88.10 Hal June I. !'".r..I.a. .... 1.16 j

of Curtiss range ?2 east. 40 acres. assessed J. It. William Cr' ,"... No itt *mbrup<-* 4Mi acre I"oulh. c.. Iced Scidge Kvrwipu during inonth ..._...._.
Wright. .
< at corner of northeast quarter of T. bI '!'. I. IMA .. HO"5.15 bbibunM'inrnfc month. .___.._
.J It wasn't that I wanted Curtiss if NOTICE OP APPIICATTOV FOR T4 X DEED Certificate No. 13 embrace lot 40 In Woml n>utlaat (juarter being a.. north and fly rAlli.u>tiTo ..._ 1.18.07 Iml/ July I. durin. ._.__ ..
UNDPR PFCTIOV 571 OF THE lawn Meet on Id township 5. south rang soi.tt by I1 i, we** t and west section Julyl, IMSurailfnrif 1.1
% > he were satisfied with the girl of GENERAL STATUTES I east, 10 acre MbI O. 8h..*. .2 .olp' f 51. south range. 22 east, B aer a. 1. Iml, ,l'i. July 1. lirJA . U37.21 Count,.
.'. his choice. My pride kept me from Certificate No .' .. lot It In .-.*'I! Tho. Ttaon Oulst.adlag Imdebisda.am Faed eut ef ri
Hereby nolle (I. given that W A. BMsent. Woodlavn. itectlon 14 townAlp ft, south 1S3 embraces toutbeact To Iml il'ir Jun I l.l'Uft ._ '. 1KI071By .rd
that. But there was nothing to c..II..t No quar .. _._ .. .. I urtlfy Ikat IM f.reesiag talmn|
q..lln l .
pre- .Ir purchased of tax sale certificate num.bered range 22 eaat. 10 acre*. oasawed Florence O.llaye quarter, 2. township D6D.2 tt h.h
vent my love for him which I knew respectively 201 and J"l ( by theTas *. .. outh ran1. 22 _t. as **lon Uoknown. nlpi and Itabarsenneuta .t Ih*
Collector of Bradford "ae Florda.I I Certificate No. mbraca lots fff 19 InWoodlawn. No. UA Lot e To bal duw July 1 I. ItrZS .. .. Aoi.44 'n.1 .f Dradfar4 County tnt to* nuntk "I
eternal and could C"un. 8 rpr"l.at .b.
was never die. I' Said certiflcat being dated Aa.ot 1920 portion 1*. township S, south In ." east biol$1 Cause I'tJH In trite and .u..t. \ the
(To be continued.) I and have filed said cirrtifleatea my otl range 23 .mat. 21 acre*. J. O. ""Pto... .p ta To bal due June I. 1025 ...._... 1'17., dset of my knowlvdv al.! .
Etn By amt ... _. ..... O. W. ALUCHMAH.
i and haw made application for tax .deed t. L'nleM maid ...tll1 .h.1 C."llc. No. 207 embrace at 520 feet .I.t 'U. BAD Clan Cirests Coort.By .
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED If* accordance with law. according to law. Irene toereon of feet of northeast duarter of I
UNDER 8CCTIOV in OP THE I'u Said certificates peeMvety emhracea the on the ?lth day nf Aoruet, A. D. 1 28. south .vaat quarter, 0 aer* and 4 .. In To baJ. >t lif> 1 1025 p.ii.- 334:1.09: I C. A. KHMlHt.Uuixr .
, GENERAL!: STATUTES: follcwinalanda In S.dto"County Ford. Witness my official lBTHatur mad meal I this outb-veat corner of northwiwt quarter r>fwrtith JIII'c. U.thTo
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u*. i.ed at the d.t Insuance the 22nd day of July. A. V. 1M8 ut quarter being) 3SO feet at and west To h.t due 1925 ..._.. ..
H.r.bjr notic Im .lr.n that N. D. W.!n- certlflcabPe In .m. reapeedmly hersisafter a. W.. ALDERMAN. by Sfeet north and lath. stion 11 By collected '_ .. ..--. .._ 511.0 I Cure a Cold In One
.' wright puroh jwr of tax ..1.! *III..... i particularly asS forth towlttCertlflcate Seat") Clark Circuit Cl. Bradford town.afp S smith rn.2_t 10 acres .0 Da1 .
numbered r..pecttvelv 8e And 142 b.-.**. hyth No 201 embraced west haTf of Count. Ptorrda- J. iSI To bal due July I. t15 .. ._.__ rUe LAXATIVE BFfiMo QuININE n.I.1, I
,tift.i .. Tn Coletor! of Bradford County Florid .. half of northweet quarter of nonheastquarter By C. "i I : 'Sm ald r nhall h. rwlmpmt-di **. T.Ul %. Heal' *top th* Couilh and Hi-anacb sod '
t. Said a rt.flc.tc.t being dated Jalr 2. 1923 .oell i, section 11. towruhip 9. outh rangeS T-24-3-5-21 Deputy Clerk. I .t '.w. tl i will 1.i* thereon o. Tt t,al .In., Juno I I. 1925 .. 709'J !l2 Cold C W CROVK MiUialiirK oa each bu. Ma















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j PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST; 7. 1923

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r i Bradford! _County!.--Telegraph: j F MA'S NIGHTMARE: After Canning Peaches AH y-- By \ B CHAPIN 1 FOR OVER I StAugustine

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Il '\ Published weekly and entered as 200 TEAMS
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second class matter, at the post Invites YouBring

office at Starke, Florida.I I Ii haailem oil has been a world.

i .---. --. r wide for your family to this
kidr.ev liver and
E. S. MATTHEWS __________________Owner.Editor. remedy famous ruboru on Matanzaa
; J. C. UOBINSON.__' M.naging bladder! disorders, rheumatism, Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.
I --- I lumbago and uric acid conditions. Enjoy the cooling breezes and
Summer snorts And "Old
PUBLISHED: EVEKY FRIDAY I I ).i', World" charms besMeslMagnificent I

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I" i St.Iuul'rW1'ILTE; : / ;, ( ; O'L"40' '? Beaches '

Per Year .- -- -- *l-:"> C I Wonderful Surf I'
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Six Mortar n____ -___n__ 75c correct Internal troubles stimulate vital BathingHistorical ,

I .- -_ -_ n. __. ---- : organs.Three size.. All druggists. Insist
r*> the original genuine GOLD r.fItDALo Scenery
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rambling and arrested them and car- Summer Golf
lBUTTGtt / 9uvr.a in / I 1
sIlhex ried them to the county jail at Green
Here IB >t compute
I Cove Springs.L. change of

I A. !Marrof Lawtey was a visitor bench scene. Sunny. 0" k. ?

n g JurTlrn here Monday.Mrs. shaded imikH nnd
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Yr II. C. Wimberly and Miss gardens fur kiddles.Wonderful -

Winifred Wimberly motored to 'Hotel nnd otheraecornmodntlons \
Starke !Monday.
= s Mrs.! Burton Cnrruthers and children are the bi.it. the
O nt Chamber of Commerce _
j No. 4954Membership : s- s 6fCRVl'Sp of Jacksonville spent Saturday'here will gladly
1 ( in :Nr .t,i1' I1llhwaJ'I LEU with her father. G. W. Parker. any rive you Uiforniatiimyou rut,'., rind

I Association) I II Ii1.id'l LING N ) SL = !Mrs. Herman Grand and Miss flora I d,.+lre. Address

I ; ; :: .11 ;lit-" w.i'1' ri...I I ,,''f ut-I;;;; ; -- Ilrwr t :Ir = Grand at of Clay Jacksonville Hill several, visited days relatives last- ,t CHAMBEROF

lined coal strikes with n I = i Ipr2rRt week

: --o- I Joe White left Saturday for h13'' COMMERCEr.

"Boy Scouts Insulate against red : :: : i.1 i.- home in Camp Hill, Ala after a stay O. Dos 023:
bugs," SHJ-B the Perry herald Armor I- here of several weeks.
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plating would be more effective.\ I I Royce Kershaw of St. Augustine,

-o-- was a business visitor here Saturday.
Madison county farmers are jubi- Miss Ethel Ricks and Mrs. II. C.

lant over the returns from their tobacco -, S I ( Wimberly were visitors to Jacksonville -
crop. Good prices are being I 1cE1 Sl Tuesday.
received for all\ grades of the weed. I
I 6 : NOTICE TO VOTERSThe ,

Plant City Is pushing the construction 9RfiE !

of a community hotel, and ex- ( 1kI/i city registration books of ,
pacts to have it in readiness the com- | Starke will close Saturday, August A SEA-SIDE CAMP
ir.g season. A good hotel is a valuable Nth, and in order to be qualified to

asset to any community. I .wvoe.rren. -- vote in the September election It is I FOR BOYSLET

----o- -- necessary to be registered and have
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Incomplete returns from Marion poll tax paid for 1923 and 1924. This I THEM ENJOY THE OCEAN

j I tide on Florida, to appear in the Review hi rt and at.Kinsley Luke with rela- according to reports. I applies to all voters, male and feel, mninutina nose' Work.n $20,000 Ine. St.camp Autttutln on Anubufa. Florid.I.-.
of Reviews IIin itinerary us tives. II. C. Wimberly, of Highland, was '' male. Poll tax must be paid on or land completely equipped with pavilion. klt hf .
fencing in cattle and turning the crops 1 given out by the Florida Development Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLcod of Melrose in town Saturday.G. I'| before August 8th. >n, loepinit. cure water quarter and, bath competent ho.....,carctakar.Ocean .lteirihirhtJ. .

q loose Hoard, calls for bin appearance in were visitors to Lawtey Thursday F. Coung and J. II. Lowery, were teach and bathing, fishing canoeing.
-o-- I Starke the first of September. The I transacting business in Starke Mon. II I Colds. Cause Orlp and Influenza All boy organisations, dully accredit
*'d and properly aponaored l. arc Invited to
Fans Hathaway, the new state road first article written by Mr. Stock- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baisden, of day.Mrs. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet remove malt application for use of thia property.
I' bridge resulted in widespread inter- Churchill and son, William-\ of the eauH. There U only one"BromoQutnlm." Add.... Hoy'. Work Inc., or Chamber of
chief, has announced that Instead of Starke motored to Lawtey Sunday I I .. Comm..... St. AuguaUne, Florida.
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E. W. GROVE slgn' I> Sac
on oL
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est and his second article will\ be relatives here ,
taking excuses from the tardy contractors afternoon.Mr. Jacksonville visited I I
*' on state roads that he will looked for by the thousand Interested and :Mrs. Otis Norton of Jack Saturday. I
: in Florida. Bradford county's L. A. !Marr returned home from'I
take 'check from them every day i I sonville, were visitors here Sunday. : -
chamber of should give Mr. '' Oldsmar where he has beenemplo'ed
they run behind their contracts. commerce : Sunday
I Dr. and Mrs. G W. Brown left
Stockbrldtre royal welcome. for several months. i I
-0I I a I IKINGSLEY'S Tuesday for Tampa where they will GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY
I General Butler has cut down -**-- reside for aw hiTh. Their three sons. Rev. R. D. Bevis. of Melrose filled

crime 60 per cent in the "City of : TIN CANNERS Marcus, G. W. Jr., and Clifton, are all his regular appointment at the Law I INMAN &. RITCHI

brotherly! Love." It should have I in business in Tampa is the one great tey Baptist church last Sounday. I REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
another BO per cent cut to retain its I Klnirsley lake is in danger of losing reason for their moving to the above Larramore Roden of Jacksonville t
its of I the first week here with INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE
title. reputation being a delightful' spent of the
city. Dr. Brown has been
-o- summer resort, untroubled, by mosquitoes practicing -, relatives. I ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE,
I' mediiine here for the past 23
Too many overlook the small industries and other pests frequentingmost years who with Mrs. Brown will be Geo. F. Young, one of our enter- BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

already In their midst da- watering places unless those greatly mined by the entire commun prising general merchants has just MADE PROMPTLY
'" serving of support, in their eagerness who spend the summer months there I had installed an up-to-date Deloo
do not the custom of ity.Mr. electric light for hU store.
cease present system
: '. to go out after new industries. Build and Mrs. W. T. Pincher and
up what you have and have a foundu- I dumping their tins and other refuse children of Starke motored to Law. Tax Collector E. W. Hayes, of -
'';. ion on which new Industries can be near the lake. Not all are guilty of afternoon. Starke was in town on business Mon
.o this practice, but so many are doingit tey Sunday
established.
with tl1e' Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke, day.Don't that the school
-- I that, coupled present forget Lawtey
Judging from the fire !Mondny night rainy season mosquitoes are begin- '. was. in Francis town on Wiggins business and Tuesday.Mrs. daughter. will\ begin Monday. August 10. J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
almost
I fling to appear, breeding en-
Starke hasn't any Bleed for additionalfire
Miss Annie of Jacksonville HIGHLAND
are
tlrely from stagnant rain water,
equipment, but there is a vital
I guests this week of Mrs Louise
in the discarded tins. I II
caught
need of a system that will put the I Lowery E. II. Plowman made a business INSURANCEAGENCY
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When mosquitoes at Kings-
present equipment and men at a fire appear Benjamin Harmon, of Denver, Col., trip to Jacksonville\ Wednesday.A .
within a few minutes after it starts | ley lake, it is a sign of civilization, or'
rather an Indication of civilized is spending a few weeks here at one bathing party to Kingsley Lakein
peo-
-- I! pie failing to take a few precautionsI I of his mother's homes in East Law- compliment to Mr. and Mrs. II. C. ESTABLISHED 1886
Palatka will welcome the tourists
Wimberly, Jr., was given Wednesday
$ I to keep the lake free from pests. Nature tey.L.
with an electric sign reading "Pa- II. Hill was transacting business night: by Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. Sup-
did her well
t part In makingKingsley
Intka the St. Johns. The Palatka STARKE FLA.
on I in taken and
Starke Saturday. per was along an enJoy- ,
I ideal resort, the sloping
6, chamber of commerce and the Woman's I banks an II Mr. and Mrs. M. Davis, of Jacksonville I able time was had until a late hour.
Club of that city both bent sandy affording no place for ,I \ were visitors to Lawtey Sunday. Miss Louise Snyder of Starke is t
and those who
water to stagnate
their efforts to having the city in- spend the summers there cannot afford Miss !Mary Boyer, of Baldwin was speding some time here the guest of
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sail the sign. to do less. the week-end guest of Miss Joyce Mrs. H. C. Wimberly.J. .
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-- I I A. McDonald of Atlanta. here
I Terry.
The shake-up In the dry department, their Some surroundings of those who have take asked pride! the in I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Starling and\ for a few days inspecting his track

reveals that graft, more than the I' make family. who moved to PlantCity work for the S. A. L. Railway.
Telegraph to an appeal to
'-, cause of humanity actuates many of' about have back Pat Heard visitor to Jack
a year ago. moved to was a
", the higher-ups In the grand old game!! Kingfileyites to be more thorough in this section again. sonville Saturday.Paul .
of disposing' of cans and, refuse.
"uplifting. Thoroughness in this case, does not Fred Moore, of Jacksonville, visited Thornton made a trip to Jack-
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relatives here .
If the town dads purchased fire moan making tin can alleys of the Sunday.Mr. Monday. .....N a."... AUTOUOaiLDI ABB BUILT.. BU1CK w111..UILa THBM
t a 1 I roadways leading to the lake. Mosquitoes '. and Mrs Isom Reddish, of Anthony Mersereau and Thos. 1I1ersereau -
engine that will automatically discover j s I are carried for miles by the Plant City, visited relatives here were visitors to Kingsley Lake
f a fire, extinguish it and then last week. Monday.
is wind and the of tins +
dumping along
return to Its station, they have made a I the roads a mile or two from the lake The annual picnic of the Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Click and Miss k
wise purchase. It is the human ele- merely delays their arrival. Punc- Baptist Sunday School was held at Betty Mae Click of Jacksonville, visited
merit and not the equipment that ture the before Strickland's landing at Kingsley lakeon friends here Friday.
t' cans they are dumpedin
caused the few total losses suffered the woods away from roads or bet Thursday of last week. Quite a Sheriff Weeks and three deputies of
,. in the past. ter still, bury them. large number of both old and young Green Cove Springs made a trip here
-aA folks went and all had a good time Sunday and caught a bunch of darkieaL
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Jacksonville real estate man offered

".193,000 acres in Gadsden county LAWTEY .
at $9 an acre." A good buy for --- I .-- =--'---: .
Lawtey, Aug. 7.-Mrs. Mary J. Bos-
someone, as this acreage includes the tick and Miss Katherine Dasticks( of
? entire county with 00,000 additional Milltown, Ga., Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Peters -I l 1111
ri acre thrown in. He failed to state I
i of Waycross. Ga., and Mr. and
from what source he exected to deliver I II'II.111 Bostick, of Miami were Quality

the extra acreage the county did recent visitors at the home of Mr. 'I I

not possess. I and Mrs. J. L. Harrcll. ,y rM '!r rq
-- Clifton Brown. of Tampa, was a ,
Some of the New York girls whoroll I week-end visitor at the home of his (II Steaks

their own are now painting their I I parents Dr. aid Mrs. G. "". Brown. I
knee, so that the scenery in I Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish, of I
the street cars may be more I( Jacksonville were guests Sunday of 'TJ Buick clways leads in motev.es!

attractive. Art studets are increasing Mr. and Mrs. \'. It. Reddish i A good piece of
in number.-Punta Gorda I
Commissioner L. II. Hill met with
Herald. Florida girls do not have to I the county board in Starke Monday steak is alwaysin
j Standard Six
paint their knees to make them at. I and Tuesday. ;

tractive'; nature attended to that. I' Bond Trustee W. E. Torode met I /, order. If you 2-pa.*enger Roadster $1125 5-p.ua. twc-ioor! SetUa $1193

-o-- with the board at Starke Tuesday. j 5-pas......' Touring 1130 8-p.... four-deor C eden 1295
Fort Myers man has purchased a C. B Cure spent few days last week 'c
a
want a porterhouse 2-pauencer Coup. 1195 ","pu..n;.r Ccu:>4 1273
that weighs The
guava a pound. I with relatives in Archer. I|
cantaloupe had better look to his Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knight and Mrs. sirloin
laurels, for the guava may yet beatit James Shepard and daughters motored Master Six

Union.in both If weight and odor the -Times- to Lawtey Sunday afternoon. club tenderloin flank or round steak 2-pa>.en -er Roadster $1230 7-piiester Sedan: $.S!:;1>3
they Imrove odor of Mr.' and Mrs. G. W. Stokes, of, ,
the guava to appreciable extent 5-pai.enger Touring 1293 S-pa...r.er Croufiiun: 1:'-.i
any Starke, and Mr.' and Mrs Edward
It will\ outscent the skunk-Its nearest Stokes and children of Tampa, were | you will find we can meet your every 5-pu.. two-door Sedan 1395 3-pa.*. Sport Roadster 1433
competitor. 5pa.fourdoor Sedan 1495 S'p". Sport Tobriag 1525

-0-- visitors Urey Gunter.to Lawtey of Wauchulla Saturday., was a ,,, requirement and the people of this ..-p...ener Coup. 1795 3-paii. Country. Club 17E3 I

The county commissioners have reduced from
guest Saturday until Monday at
the mlllage assessed for the the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Futch' community know that our market All Pric.F. O. B.Av/cA focfor&r*. GoMmmvnr tax to "ke ride:rd ,

fine and forfeiture fund from 2 mills Mrs. Gunter and children\ who have'' nUICK : !OTOR COMPANY! ; ; Flint, ?.liei.i.gan
to one mill. Instead of a deficiein been spending a few days with her stands for the best quality in meatsof AkiMon o/Central..,,,,.. Corporation
that fund as In former years, the parent. returned home with him''
county has a balance of $3,000 and a Monday. :j all kinds. I

reduction of one mill In taxes, thanksto Marcus Brown, of Tampa, spent a !
the good work of County Judge) few days here last week with his I LAKE CITY. BUICK COMPANYJ.

Gardiner. parents i .M. Smith, Man*(ar. i I

-o-- I J. E. Jones, of Graham was In' Variety Meat MarketPhone Baker Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties
Frank Parker Stockbridge, a writerof town on business Saturday. i I

natloal repute, i i. now in the state Mr( and1": R alp Blanohard. of 124, Starke When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them
getting up material for his second ar- Fort Pierce are spending a few days
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