Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02294
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year $1.50; Six Months 75c.-i'ujuble in Advance. E. M.itthews.: Owner. ",:

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Men and Capital to Develop CON: '1'RACTOIl ESTABLISHING<< == -I
It. Dr. !F S.I .
I 1 I I I.: i mi:,, r for Cluy counts' \
Both Town Property and Farm CAMPS AT IIl'(<<; ll SIDING was1awarded 'r .
I Whitney of St. Augustine who r ad \\ "iik, \ as ]1'1'\' iii,-" in (the re-
Land Tract Purchased From \ r
ndrewttHandley L Cancer -
\ and Lies Parllv Fame The Whitney Construction Company I the contract for the construction I I. Legal Killings I .1 nt hind "i-siu-, for $"I ir>,011(, was In .
of> the section of road between t ilir, l Knigsii, ")' lake l section Wednesday
Within Kaiford. uf M Augustine! holders of ,I
r Mnxville and Highland! on road Ii-iiKiiig. over the ground and 1
the nut for completing, the shortsuetrh makInII'I
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13, appeared at the offices of the state "11, fur the ,
1 p+arauons preliminary ur-
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A syndicate composed < ? to of state road thirteen between i ,3
: road department this morning in response M \ nf the new Stark.'-. t,. Augustine
Wershaw of New Haven c'unn I
i 11 u'lilnnd and !Maxville a matter of I
to armmons by Dr. F. A. ,, '4 "nl.. Surveying of that of tho
Blitt, of New York City, and (tl. M I -." in nines, has begun the erectionf part
Hathaway chairman, issued earlier in s rood l nom' the line Green
county to
Inman of Starke have h I .
pur i > imps at Hugh! aiding for their
the to prepared to show line hi-\ ,
week come 1 Spimgs will started within afcte'rt
from A. D. Andrews and T. B Hal I \\,'rknu'ii and road equipment. Thisis
why his contract should not he 'kll, Mr.
Craig stated.
ley, of Raiford, 2600 acres "..f la'o\1 01.I :u;._: J about! the center of the in- cause ,
annulled for his failure to commence A'prowdi'd" in the hill this
; I road
ing in and around Raiford. 1'hrt "d'I i inplftistivtch and will give the w
actual I work, within the time fixed in ;1 \\ill follow the 1'I'IWflli ,
: 'U"Vot" tho
cafe will cut the ncrrnire ?i "t"d' |, f ( ulna tin' i'iilv e short haul to either :
i the contract. Jo.V' lake mi both thi'liortli nmlwi-stsliles
Raiford into small farm1t"t -M,n 'I"i I'
Dr. Whitney, while admitting. tin- ax tliriii tu the line over! what 'is called'
the demand they have for such Ira 1'1"L r onlriictor agreed to start work ,
default, contended that he had been ; the Peek ,rond. It is stilted that work
while the town property will I i .1 t Mond.ix. after his interview with ) e
install aid,' ,, on, ('Iuy .. 'ot"11of roads will begin
held by inability to -
up into lots and placed on the m.irkiThe FLithawuy& tlstate road chair- up ''j'
Inm.m I ,. .tracks necessary and gave assurancesto '' ij curly in IK'Jii, an several offers have
deal was made through i' t ,1 iii -atw day, and the road must be .
that he would be I II .. i already boon inside for tho bond 1'80.
Irving Wershavr. inpktcd, 1 ho' December 2nd. HOW- the chairman on ; ,.. h

This acreage 1s located in .ao" "> f i' MI, ,it is behaved with plenty of rock 'the location with a crew Monday' x\> '...." \ I I WII.IIVM JENNINGS 4 p

the finest truck and pecan ,gmwm .' I H-. .ii.id, I will, be completed before that morning if permitted to proceed. Dr. l' ," ;- tl'w :I y! III Y.\N M E IIII.\
i Hathaway demanded nnd received assurances s "'
sections of the state and formerly I thi' d.I.I ,
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largest cotton growing!:' section ,f of Seaboard Not to Blame I from the concern which is .. >AliI: ,,, ., ."."'JJII A memorial service will bo held at

Bradford and Union counties Th' jto i supply the conrtactor with rock the First Presbyterian cluin on Sunday -

tract joins the Florida State Farm, i (One of> the main reasons generally for the job that this work would be ?>" '\."... \ evening, honor and memory of t i

tract of sixteen thousand. :1"I'" |.u' "I1, puii' !cil around Starke for the eonti.uior's forthcoming in ample quantities to e--_.'" :.....DIAtITO".TCq"J this grent Christian statesman anlphiianthruphist.

a chased by the state after extensi, ''' t I failure to start work on this II rush the work to completion. I ......-' There have been but
investigations of other s"l.tionIt I rc read on contract date, was his inutility The chairman made it plain to Dr. executive few men in the history of our national I

adaptability in the growing of gi n- J. E. Barnard wealthy London : to get the Seaboard railwayto Whitney: that the cn.itratt may in ai I| of.Pierce the league which II'C'retary iscampaigning life that has deserved such honor of

eral and truck crops, Its dairying! po' hatter, whose hobby is microscopiclenses furnish a siding for unloading the sense H> regarded/ as II new olio, but'' to abolish the death the people its thin great/ and, nobleman

sibllities and easy drainage led th' has won great fame Infinancing I link 1 nt Highland. Owing to the work that the time limit therein will be penalty in every state. National All should lie Interested. In

state to establish its farm here. and making it possible ,doiilile-trnckinR the Seaboard had strictly regarded if he is permitted to I Headquarters are now open In showing their appreciation of such a
for Dr. to at last isolate the
This tract is traversed by the At- i Gye tarted at Highland and running proceed and that the work must bo New York and many national worth follow citizen.
cancer germ-the first step toward : north, a siding at this point was not which the I lined In favor of
lantic Coast Line as well as a state finished by December 22, i 1M leaders have up
road provided by the last legislatureto finding a cure.DESIRABLE available.! The contractor offered to time specified, in the contract.Dr | the movu.1ENP I. F. LAMB:

be hard-surfaced. Lake Butler, the I furnish the tie and to grade for a Ilathaway also let it he distinctly Lake Butler was shocked Monday

county site of Union county, is seven siding at Hugh); to run to the state understood that in the event:' morning whim it was reported Hint I.P. I.
: road grade, the railroad to lay the I Lamb of Worthington Springs hud
\;; miles from Raiford, and the proposed! CllI/ENS of any failure to observe the time -- ---,- --

hard surfaced road will give conneotlons 'I l\ COHI10; Sl'AKKB rails. This! offer was accepted by the limit clause in the contract, the pen- 1 ; MEKTIMJ: : GOING ON died umlilonlv.. Mr. Lamb had been In

to Jacksonville and Lake City, | Seaboard but the contractor made no alty clause for such default will be failing health for a year or moro anti
Kun- effort to grade the roadway or to I had. retired trot aciii'e work lust
and Mrs. L. K. Carter of invoked.
as well as to all points south on both Mr. ( Rev 11. M. L. Uradbcrry has been
east and west; coasts. I was City Mo., have purchased a farm place ties there. I II j I With these assurances and under conducting, u series of meetings in January, although the end came rather -

This purchase is the second Mr. 'Irom G.'M. Inman, and Mr. Carter !' the understanding above set out, Dr.I Starke during this week, his gospel unexpectedly.He .
j jI the
Wershnw has made in this section he j cxects to build a modern bungalow on I Whitney was instructed to proceed' lent being on the vacant lot by tho was owner of Worthington

being! connected with the developmentwork this place and also have u chicken and to I push the work with all promptness. Bradford County Telegraph! Thu si-r, I(I Springs and had lived there' about
I The first load of cotton to come twenty The remains
years wen carried -
of Hantnton Park, a short distance I rancji.: Ju'JiJ: I I' in this season was brought to SUrko I vices will be continued 1 through next
south of Starke. Both of these 1 l\1i Carter U a special salesman Thursday morning by D. I. Ames, who I C. OF' C. MEETING I : FRIIU1 week, daily at K p. tn., mid, on Sun- home to for Danville burial., Georgia their oM!

t purchases are fortunate ones, as with for the Modern Brotherhood of America 1 days at three and eight p. in.
'Is farming the J. M. Alvarez place The regular bi-monthly meeting of He leaven a wife and two daughters
the completion of the .Incksonvillc- Insurance Co., and will be located I These meetings are interdenominational \
west of Starke. !Mr. Ames has one of the Bradford county chamber of commerce I Mrs. Stable Chnmpan of New-
Tampa short route through Stirtke bv I the next few months. In character and are capable of
in Miami for the finest cotton and corn made
i i crops met Friday night at the courthouse berry and !Mrs. R. II. Shnckleford, of
late fall, the starting of two new I Mr. and Carter and wife, together |Iin this section In years. He has purchased with, u good attendance. Several great good to the people of this sec Irfikp City and one son Kirkland

highways through Starkp early next with H. C. Lundrus State Manager additinoal acreage. adjoining I iterestlg!' questios were taken up and tion. Come out and hear Rev. Brad- I.lImh. of North Carolina

year, the Lake Clty-Palatka stateroad 'tor Florida of the M. B. A. Insurance I this!!! farm until now his property consists disti.iHNi.-d... One of the lending/ magazines berry. (

and the state road, from Starketo Co., left for Miami Tuesday morning. of several hundred acres. I I I of the national capital sent in a I' I .\I'I'OINTED OIL AND

St. Augustine via Green Cove Mr. Landrus will return here in about I I request for photos of this section to 37 SCHOLARSHIPS; ( FEED: : INSPECTOR

Springs:: will cause property valuesto three weeks, and continue to improve VIOLATORS OF FISH (I In their October number and I \\ILL HE: OFFEUEDHlate )
still in value. appear Shots Kite, marshal of Starke for
increase more rapidly his property one mile north of Starke LAWS FACE'fIlIALFight the secretary secured fine
Mr. Irving Wershnw. who was Instrumental many years, resigned his city umce Monday
remodeling and refurnishing the Interior scenes of lakes roads nnd buildings Institutions Make Awards August / '
in interesting outside cnni- the Tried and Fined Last Week; 20. Two From Bradford to enter upon his new duties, as oil ,
of his house and giving of this. .section from Hoover Dros. A | -
tal in Raiford district, has only beenIn Four Yet to Know Penalty nnd feed inspector for the state. Mr.
outside stucco finish. picture of big catch made )IIy local
a a a i ifisherman Kites
the state a short while having I ITho Tiillahasev.Thirty-seven scholarships territory includes the counties,

come from Bridgeport, Conn. He is !Mr. !Marr, from Kansas City will Tnllahasee Fla.-Eight violators of was also forwarded to state institutions of higher of Bradford. Union Baker, Putnam,
this week and will also next meeting! will be held at the
arrive in Starke -
actively engaged in development the under the Flagler/ and Alachuu. ,
now fishlnalaw. coming learning will ho awarded to high
1\[, B. A. Insurance Co. courthouse Friday August! 21st. 1 1so
be with the '
work on both projects and althoughone farm town i I jurisdiction of T. R. Hodges, ShellFish I school graduates on August. 20 by ', J .XCh... SII.COX: DIES 8UHDENI.Y; I
to near
He buy
of the newcomers, he i is!! a* firmly expects a i Commissioner were tried and, )nil SHORT z.ono.ono competitive examinations given, under,, -

convinced as old residents, that this and make his home here. | fined last week and four others have IIW) HAYS IICREA111: the direction of the State Superintendent ''> Jack Silcux. a life-lung resident of '.

section is destined to be one of the To these desirable citizens Starke been arrested and will come up for I of Public Instruction. i iKingdev I lake, died suddenly. Sunday

most promising ones for investors of extends a welcoming! hand. trial this week Washington.-Production of hogs'' of
says Mr. Hodges. Under the provisions of an act night, an attack of acute indigestion
any in the state. For having in their possession undersized in the South has fallen too low for' the lU-'l: legislature two scholarshipsare bringing, an end a long and useful

I MRS. WALL COMPLETES: : mullet, three persons were the bent interest of the region, the awarded, in each county, one tn, ,' life., Interment wax made Monday afternoon -

WILSON'S BUYERS EIGHT WEEKS AT UNIVERSITY caught near the Alabama line by deputies department of argiculture declared today the University of Florida and one to nt Klngsley cemetery, n<"/.

LEAVE FOR NORTH of the Commissioner and fined. While not advocating hog- the Florida State College for Women L. W. Kickliter officiating.! Many
I, !Mrs !Mabel Wall has returned from I Three non-residents were fined for raising in the South as a major en-I 1 which have durations of four years Stnrku residents as well as many of

J. E. Blocker, manager and buyerof Gainesville, where she has been teachIng fishing within the state with hook and terprisc the department said hogs At the end of this time, or when a Ins friends throughout" Bradford! and. i,
the Wilson Company Gainesville! 1 line without having secured licenses. could lie, made an important sidelineto for in the summer school of the Stati vacancy occurs any reason, another paid their last respects
Wednesday afternoon for New i University for the past eight week. Two others were" fined for possessing farming in this section. I I is awarded In that county. nt the !grave

York on the Clyde Steamship Chero- undersized, black bass. Ten cotton states that in 1020 had The examination deciding the win1ners 1 He leaves besides other relatives,

kee. He will remain there until Aug- ful Mrs. Wall There reports was an a most enrollment success-ofover Advice w.asi received by the Commissioner 3.P)70.0M: > hogs now have only 9,- 'I of the scholarships ure held at a son, Julian Silcox, a brother, Silas, t'I'IInd
gust 26. Miss Pearle Currelee head year. 077.000, and five states, Alabama,
whole late this week from Jack the time of the regular teacher's ex- several sisters.
of the millinery ,department will accompany 1,000 and throughout the I Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, and
and sonville that a deputy had held up and aminations in the county from which I I
him, and, together they will term a spirit of enthusiasm both the cooperation seized two shipments of undersized Louisiana. had 2,000,000 fewer hogs | the scholarship Is given. Thu competitor ,I PKEHHYTKMIAN! : .:

select the fall lines to be offered by prevailed among mullet into that city. One of the on January I. 1925; than on January who makes tho highest average The Sunday school will convene at I

the Wilson Company. Miss Currelle student body and faculty. Mrs. Wall shipments wag made from Fort 1, 1U22.KINDERGARTEN: : grade, on algebra, Rhetoric, General 10-00: o'clock. Special music in the e
In the music
will return in ten days. I department I American History. and. school will be lead by Mrs. Young AH
Pierce consisting of t 130 pounds, and History ;
had charge of the classes in public ; ; CLASS
Paticular stress will be laid on of 75 civic and American and English Lit- should| he present to enjoy this song!
the ladies school music and chorus work. She the other consisting pounds was OPENS SEPTEMBER: 7 service r
ready-to-wear department,
made from Titusville. erature is awarded a scholarship
also directed the orchestra. Over \
and the styles this season will reflect a PriMiching/ at 11:00: ( o'clock by Dr. i 'i
hundred students enrolled in these!! Four non-residents of the state Miss Aileen Alvarez's kindergarten "equivalent to $200 a year for four ;

more individuality in ready-made classes. were caught near the Alabama line class will open for the term Monday | years Each holder of a ncholnrhsip! Tucker. I]

jrarments. Mr. Blocker is enthusiastic Miss Ella Scopes Opperman, Deanof for violating! the fishing laws and car- I I Sept 7th. The class will be limited must be registered either in the Morning sermon subject will be,

over the prospects for fall business the music department at Tallahassee ried to Pcnsacola, where they pained in number and parents who desire to Teacher's College or the University ofFlorida "The Mind of Jesus In You"

and states that radical changes in wo and delightedher last Friday night in jail. They will be I j enroll their children are asked to or in the School of Education 'i i Our greatest'' citizen and greatest
taught ,
men's wear design{: will be noted this audiences with organ frequent recitalson tried, next week. i do so as early as possible. I of the Florida State College for American of today William Jennings
fall.The I Women, und change of registration Is 'ttryiin. hni fallen In the midst of an
Wilson Company 4s under an the new $50,000: pipe organ recently i allowed unless the holder of the scholarship nrlivilife, hence it Is dun him nnd tall

entire new management this and installed in the University auditor- people' that
year refunds the entire amount "t we stop to honor him.

many improvements have been made. ium. !Miss Alberta Murphree daughter Discover, New Wonder of the Sea I money previously used from the The evening service will ho a 1temo1'i
of President Murphee taught i
This season's plans include larger oluriliip, fund. Under I provision of ial service for Mr. Bryan.
voice to a large number of student,
closer attnetion Inter-
stocks to style
the law made in 1923 quarterly re-

pretation and to price changes. In order I pr rts must he madi-t t., the, State 'M.lierintemlint .. CEMETERY I : ; WORKING
SCHOOL HOARD PROCEEDINGS( Six mor.tnn, expljrttiorin There will he
to effect this frequent trips to the of Instruction eahscholarship cemetery working f
New York market will be necessary, the Sjrgo"isa sea and.' uT( student Knowing on the nt New River church on Tuesday. the

and as an innovation this year fur Board met in regular ses-uon August i th.' Galapagos: islands, n 3< holnstu' standing and quality of his
3, 1925, with all members pr'nt'iz e many new specimens, of Interested will hrinthe,
the first time there will be a separate necessary
work In the holder of scholarship
thi for the Nat'l Muse. axe a
buyer for the millinery department, \ : L. W. Kickliter, G. M Inm ,n. 'U,' of Mea Natural History by fail fur two consecutive monthsin tools to work with and well filled

In line 'with these improvements in and J. A. Wasdin. r)' th' Dr. Wm. Beebw expedi- halt of the subjects taken he for- baskets
Minutes of last meeting read and I
merchandising service ore changes wi tj, n which just returned. I fret, his scholarship and may be re- DESECRATING: ; GRAVES AT

that have been made in the floor plan approved as read. Pep[ ea fishea with ".ho* 'iuir,'d tu refund the amount of the CROSBY : !\

of the ready-to-wear department. Mr. The board voted unamiously to havethe I window". or transparent I fund. used. for his .stipulated expenses: CEMETERY

Blocker states that a new lighting teachers of this county attend the st.mathSI| other with 'light KxMiinnatlon, question! on which Reports continue to come In ofvandals

system; will be installed new carpets Central Florida Teachers Association I. lnlf" plants of their own; are the. examination Is based are made out removing the stone slab cov-

and rest and fitting rooms. at Gainesville September 15, some back. of the wonder brought ,roil) ,rni'Jcil in the office of the State vpring a vault In Crosby cemetery,

1917. Superintendent; the last' being only a few days
STOCKnRIDGE TO BE The board sent up a resolution to N I I when the ago
Counties in which there are vancan- cover from one grave was
HERE SEPTEMBER 3RD the governor of the state asking that < i e. 'tr.', I removed and broken in two pieces. .\. '
he arrange to !get a bill through the Tho
According to the itinerary sent out T.", the University of Florida in: authorities should make an earn-
special session of the legislature
by the Florida Development board I! ik.T. Bradford, Broward, Clt1'U",1 est effort to discover the person or
which he expects' to call in the near
ollii-r, Due, Duval Eacambin persons who thus doncrate the
Frank Parker Stockhridge the noted gravo.i
future to take care of the school finances -
Writer for the Review of Reviews will of our counties. l-ianklin, Glades, Hamilton, Hlgb- a Confederate veteran

be in Starke September :3rd. Mr.Stoekbridge 4 i.ii.l-. I.. vy, Monroe St. I.ucie Sara- Dr. Tucker hat f
returned from hii
Seminole! Union
will < 'It. and Wakulla
spend three weeksin FOR KELLY AND: vacation anti will fill the
.TEACHERS To the Florida! State College forWomen pulpit of the :\
preparlnlthe second article :NEW RIVER OBTAINED[ Presbyterian church Sunday morning
of his series on this state. 'm Bradford, Calhoun ColIn and) evening. The
I I 'r, Daijf. Dixie, Flagler, Highlands > evenlnaIIer"i"8 will
FORMER LAKE HITLER BOY Supt. H. B. Wiggins I annnounces he :Monro.., Orange, Putnam, St. Lucle, ?< a memorial service in memory "f
APPOINTED ON STATE I has been successful in filling the only Santa Rosa, Taylor, Walton, Seminole Bryan.Instruction, -.- -- -
BOARI> OF LAW EXAMINERSRoy two vacnacles remaining in the county aril Wakulla is -
mailing. oat blank
H. Chapman, of Lake City, a I{ schools Miss Mary Caroway, of "'( holarships are eligible to both which to make application fa* the on

fr II, T Lake Butler boy has been Kissimmee having accepted Kelly Institutions! from the new counties competitive examination
apr ,inted by Governor Man-[ ; to school, and the principalship of New I r. rated, hv the 1925 legislature, In. p"rint,.ndents in all counties county In which su-

represent the Second Putrid, on the i River school being! filled by Ralph i Iran. River" and Gulf thenan.. at present vacancies to ho '

Board of Examiners | farmichael. The State Suerintendent :
State Law i I of Public filled by examination on August 29.

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I LONG'S RULING ON visor of Registration shall discharge (get things shouldn't\ forget h v pois- Became rt 'it ,f .
JUDGE the'' | tlv.. rm ,tn v ,,, : '
such duties connection with .
l tl I in or.. ivy looks. h/ a'-tt' r '.\ i*
holding< "aid election as are "now required -! I ... n he .
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UNION COUNTY'S BOND of tnem by law for. holding i I
general elections," and by the further"

1 whether or not bond are provision of the same Section that 1 llnclojakn

"We reproduce' below the ruling .n oxpontus issued or sold under the Act.b. 1 "the said election shall be governedin THE SOUTHBRN SBRVBS THB SOUTH
V. Long, of all respects by the law for holding
rendered by Judge A. bonds of fixed We used to wear knee-breech-
To issue a
Palatka, relative to the bond issue ( ) the general elections, except as other es in the buddin' spring of
and Interest rate, pro-
amount wise provided herein, or as is not in-
\.ned for tho building of hard surfaced youth-when a feller's legs wa.-
roads in Union county. The validation i coeds to be used in constructing ccr- consistent herewith. In general elections worthy and digestion told C:,o
of this bond Issue by Judge > tams main road and if a surplus. other the right of suffrage Is not truth. When the stonebruisewas
announced in a news article < roa IB.I limited to freeholders and a qualified a fashion, and the drowsy: A
Long few, as duys ended a long-drawn I (c.) To require the County Com- elector, in a general election, need not bumble-bee nursed the soul-de- country can growno
ui against the proposed issue. i missioners to levy a tax for a general h.n( freeholder. Neither Is there a vourin' passion to defend hi*
out fight < road fund each year thereafter. This (, provision in the law, governing general liberty. Yes, we used to wear
Judicial independent of the bond issue elections in the Union County I knee-breeches In the economic faster than
is wholly
i In the Circuit Court, Eighth or day, when a kecrful mother fig-
Circuit, In and for Union County, Act, for the ascertainment or publication gered that the long ones didn't
'f State of Florida, In Chancery. I Sixth, the 'general control of the of a list of qualified eli-ctors pay. And she'd sock abbreviations
; Union County, Florida and the road system and complete authority who are freeholders; this, If one entitled on her young an' hope-
; Board of Bond Trustees of said County over the construction of all County to participate in this election ful son, till the camouflage its railroadsIt
"i: i Petitioners, vs, The State of Flor- roads is vested in this administrative I I must have been a freeholder, no ma- amounted to about the some as
r chinery exists for the ascertainment nonoi
J f Board.
Bonds. !
ida. Petition to Validate) '
,':,.1\( Final Decree. i> Seventh, the Board Is authorized for to ,: of, election and furnishing of a list to from the which Inspectorsof they I Today-we, though we're wear slightly kneebreeches over Is recognized that the South today
finalI' road machinery
This cause coming on for buy and employ it takes about
would determine who are entitled to I grown; a fortyeight offers remarkable opportunities for the
Petition the I
Amended tho County.
hearing upon the use to span our torrid zone-
a the answer of the Defendant J. W. So it appears to the Court that the II | vote. i I A loose colonial pucker grips profitable investment of capital.
Townsend, an intervening Citizen, 1 real purpose of the Special Act is the ; The Union County Act further provides : the half-besotted shin with
,j \ and tax-payer, and the answer of the establishment and maintenance of a I I Inferentially at least, that such II extry fittln' sox to store our But freight service is to be adequateto
I and and that 1' general laws, or parts thereof as coma an' bunions in. The
State Attorney of this Circuit road system for the County, are gent care for the increased output of
I '1 the stipulations entered into the.issaance and sale of bonds i It but'an in direct conflict with that Act are ,i ler sex applauds us when we
'Ii by upon and between Petitioner, Defendant incident to this principal purpuse, j' repealed for the purpose of the Act. | swat the tiny sphere, but-beyond factories mines, farms and forests, a

.f'f J. W. Townsend, and said State At- as is the divesting of the County I The conclusion reached as to the can hardly the pale be of kin-folkthe ere! I very considerable part of this new
torney, and the cause being argued Commissioners of Union County; of first question would dispose of the!' sly capital will have to be devoted to
by counsel for Petitioner and for Defendant '' authority over the construction and second question, but the Court is ;
:. J. W. Townsend, and the maintenance of roads and the issuance further of the opinion that, as I development.

Court having; taken the matter under nf the bonds and pausing of such authority I ter 9294 went Into effect on chap-I Investors will naturally place their
advisement and having considered in the Bond Trustees. Like- I 1023, and the Special Act did not
the same, finds the Court has Jurisdiction wiit, the UvUruiinuUon of the amount j' into effect: until sixty days after the gi11, I funds in securities yielding attractive
r of the parties and of the subJect to be raised annually for a regular ") adjournment of the Legislature of I and assured returns. The Southern

': -natter; that the answer Of the road fund and the expenditure therej j 1923 that the Special Act is a later I Railway Company like other
State Attorney to the Amended admits ..f, by the Bond Trustees instead of enactment of the Legislature] and any
; the sufficiency and truth thereof the County Commissioners is an Incident I would supersede the general act, insofar business, will have to bid for its fundsin

I. and does not attempt to show to the principal purpose of the as Union County and the election I the general investment markets.
cause why the bonds mentioned in the Act under the new system. The speciul in question are concerned. The
',. Amended Petition should not he validated election of the third Tuesday in j I special Act becoming a law after f7t SJ"ODEL.L. The ability of the Southern to obtain

and confirmed; that the said October was to determine whether or1 II i Chapter 92!>4, could not be repealedby i I needed new capital will depend on its
Amended Petition, the unitricken portions not this Act should go into effect, Chapter 9294.
;i: of Defendant Town en
and the said stipulations filed of bonds being hut incident t,) Court emphasizes the point that WONgN( "' SHE MADe: DOC. offers investors.SOUTHERN .
i June 17th, 1025, narrow the issues for the principal purpose of the Act. The Chapter 9294 provides that all laws BROwN TREAT'
consideration to three material pro Issuance of bonds was but Incidental :, in conflict with the provisions of HeR: 130Y FREE T

':. positions of law namely: to tho principal purpose of the election ( that Act ore repealed, necessarily AFT2 He' HAD. I t MfqrN
0' 1. Whether the election held in \ and the election was not a bond election meaning all laws then exlstinir. and I II IC
t Union County, Florida on the :3rd ;I within the meaning of Chapter because of such repealing clause i ; it I -ExpTFt6' WOSEDHOLE' II v

Tuesday In October, 1923, under the 9294, General Laws of Florida.In i I I' was held that the Special Charter of SCkiOOt.."TD f I
provisions of Chapter nfl3| Special : the case of State ex rel. Buford Ocala enacted a long time prior I WHOOPING
", Acts of 1923, was a bond election I Atty. Gen. v. Fearnside, et aI.! 100 thereto, und being inconsistent there- touGH V I N

within the meaning of Chapter 9201 I, i iV' Southern Reporter, page 256, our Supreme -I with, was repealed. A different con S
General Lawn of Florida, A. D. 1923. Court passed upon the Identical :, clusion it reached in the case of Ern- I I TM
principle. That was a case of merson, vs. Cobb, 98 So. 357, where' II
of the thirdTuesday
1 2. If said election I
an attack upon a Special Act of the the two statutes were enacted at the
In October, 1923, was a bandelection '''
Legislature creating a portion of Putnam same session of the Legislature, and
within the contemplation of County into a special Road and !I the Special Act was held to be an RAILWAY SYSTEM
1: Hold Chapter 0291! was said Chapter I Bridge District, authorizing the issuance : exception, insofar as Hernando Coun I Ib

6 0291 operative In Union County Flor- ,'t of bonds and vesting the construction ty was. concerned, to the general Act, J
ida, to control the qualifications of I of roads and the issuanceof and both could be operative.
electors to vote In such election and the bonds in a Board of Trustees, The third question presented is like I I
limit such voters to freeholders. I created by the Act and, in many ether -i wise determined against the contention
3. Would' the fact that the Super ,' respects, containing provisions I of the Defendant, Townsend. By
% visor of Registration of Union County similar to Chapter 9613, the Union reference to Section 308 of the Revised the nifTftrenoa.,
furnished and delivered to the In-pec- County Special Aet. In consideringthat I| General Statutes of Florida, it A genliw CUD on r ."re /help being a $25REWARD$25The
t' tors and Clerks of election In the respective case, the Court said, (Text 258): ), 'I IB. seen that all persons registered under genius dun a crazy UlAn can help bo-
voting precinct of said as the Act is not ont "regulating-the ': the provisions of Article 2, Title tag cruzy. I' lust happens that ivhen
County, a copy of the primary election jurisdiction/ and duties of any classof IV, Division 1, of said statutes, governing the genius dues'! what he conM.lers a
't registration books. and a copy of of lcers'' or for assessments! and primary elections in ecetion smart thing. It ,Is. smart ; but when, the! above Reward will bepaid for information -
the general election registration. collecton of taxes for State or coun- precincts, which are not 1 located wholly poor r'rii/v. mnn does. his hart, i I' pirnsem .
\ books for the respective voting precincts ty officers, but l is an Act to create a or In part, within a city of more '"> t I.n t"oIlNb.Ho...'..'" Monthly leading to the ;arrest and

of Union County showing the Special Road and Bridge District in t.han twenty thousand population, conviction of the party or parties who
t; qualified electors in said precincts Putnam County, Florida, for the con shall be deemed duly registered for I I"hn., r. E. __...u._______._.____ Romovnll .
l .. Oliver _.__ __._...__.._._. RomouvdMTI. stole seven Shoats from
who were qualified to vote In the p'l- slructon of roads and bridges in such all primary elections and all general Will ____.._u___________.___. Removed our pasture,
In June and ______ _..___._....._....
mary and general election District, the provisions of the Act us special elections, so long as they Lone r. H. Dead known as "Cat Tail" Pasture on the
H D.--D----------______...... R movedNock
and November of 1921, he sufficient I to the jurisdiction. anddu ties of District continue to reside in the election pre- i Mad. _.__.___.._._.._.___.. Deal Daman Cross Roads I
to avoid the special' election of the 3d officers iind as to the assessment cinct in which they so registered, and : W. P--------------------__ Removed on or about Au-
lit ___________.____.__...
> "ur. L. K Removed
Tuesday in October, 1923, held! in Un and collection of taxes for such their names shall be carried upon the 'JevrniNnft, M. D. __...._____..__.______ Dead gust 1st. Shoats were marked, Crop
District and the election ''registration books 'Jeff B. It----------------------- Removed ''I
purposes us as electors duly
provisions \: of District officers, do not violate!! registered for such elections. Under )'Vff.mtnrt; Mflbel, W.:.f.;.-.-..-.-.-.....::::::.--.-. Removed Removed: in one Ear, straight Split in the other i
Florida. Section 20, Article a of the Constitutin. I, this section, such elections include 0..11.| Florence ______.___.__..... Removed Ear.
... ........ .
As to the first proposition, the And the provisions as to the du- !special elections, and it appears that .;'rootor. ,T.C.DiC:::=...::........ Removed Removedlietrunic : : : :'
Court was of the opinion at the time ties of the County Commissioners of there was no violation of the law In itrlekland. Chu. .....____......._. Removed "
of hearing and ruling on Petitioner's tho County, as well as to the other )I I furnishing the Inspectors of the election Own.t, Veulah. 'L. W.:-:.:::::::::.:::: Removed RemovedStrickland. : : .:
Motion to strike Defendant Town- matters last above referred to, are held on the third Tuesday in tllllMM.. Fred ______......._...._..._ Dead J. S. BUTCH
I' October Wynn, L. A. ._____________________ RemovedThe
send's Answer to the Amended petition merely incidential to the main purposes 1923, in Union County, with council, will bon\ Bouillon Wednesday,
that the lection of the Third of the Act and do not violate the primary registration books, as r uuuet 18th and at that time shall rater,
Tuesday of October, 1923 was primarily Section 20, Article 3 of the Constitu- well as the general registration any,irlcken name that may hive been erroneoualr CJ SUPERINTENDENT FARM

Fir, a bond election within the tion." books. C. F. HOOVER. Chairman '
meaning of said Chapter! 9291, Gen ThN!. sei'm. conclusive to the mindof For the reasons given, and upon n t A Fiitch.. Clerk. fi sHs sa5 s s s s s s s scls s 5 s s2s 5 2

eral Laws of Florida, paused at the the Court that the issuance ofI consideration of the cause : --- .. ------ -'- _--_- ______ __ .--__.. _-_..-.u---_- __ _ _. ___. .-_-_ -_-__n
Legislative Session In 11)23 but upon I .rids was incidental to the main purpose IT IS! ORDERED ADJUDGED I
further consideration and a careful of the Union County Act, and I, AND DECREED, that the equities of
examination of Chapter Of!13 Special Inciiientnl! to the election to determine the cause are with the Petitioner, anJ BREAKING INTO THE BIG LEAGUE By A B CHAPIN t
Acts of 1923 and the allegations of whether or not the Act should i ito that no cause has been shown why
the Amended Petition and the argument into effect, and that, therefore, the bonds. authorized by Chapter 0613
at the final hearing herein, the Chapter 9213, General Laws of Flor- I Special Acts of the Legislature of THE?
;. Court is now of the opinion that the tilt, limiting the right of suffrage in I Florida 1923, should not be validatedand REt
primary\ and fundamental purpose of bond elections to freeholders.. not confirmed; and, HB TOOK N 3IN
the Union County Act (Chapter 9043\ violated by permitting the qualified j: IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, AD- TO THE MOVIES W
Special Acts, 1023,) la to provide for electors of the county, other than JUDGED AND DECREED, that Union O
the construction and maintenance.. of freeholders, to vote in this election. I' County Florida a political sub / c
a system of roads for t'nion County In addition! to this, it could well be I division of the State of Florida, has TH' .
Florida, and that the prunary and expected that the Legislature, in call authority to incur the bonded debt by ORCHESTRYIf. ; 1 Ii i ( tor !-
controlling purpose of the election ing an election to determine whether the issuance of bonds of Union County raodn Yea AwwS, KrtaI
k held under authority of this Special or not an Act should! go into effect I Florida, in the sum of Four Hun nr I
Act was to determine whether or not that changed the existing .system of dred Fotry Thousand $440,000.00)) I
C this Act should go into effect, and administrative J government in Union Dollars, pursuant to and under the r
|.r\; thereby established. a new order in County and created a new Board t.> provisions of said Chapter OH43, Lawsof I C
Union County for the construction fix the amount of and expend the Florida l. as in the Amended! Petition I
and maintenance of all its public General Hoed Fund of a County to be in this cause set forth and that
County roads upon the effective' date raised in the years to come, would be all proceedings! had or taken in connection -
of the Act and thereafter The various I careful to see that all electors of that therewith are legal and valid
provision of the Act are simply County, qualified to vote in general and the bonds authorized to he issued 1V
Incidental to the controlling purpose. I elections for the selection of officials. and issued. thereunder are hereby vali 4 iH'\ '

First, the Act lays out a road system and affecting the system of dated and confirmed in all respects. '
for immediate construction. designating .1 ment, should have a voice. Kovern.1 IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, ADJUDGED u
the roads in such system. Second, be gathered from the Act, AND DECREED, that the 4
an administrative. Hoard tn control ,, wherein, more than once the word"freeholder" I cons: In this. case. to be taxed by the
and construct the system nf roads ia'' 1s. used as describing the Clerk of thin Court are adjudged ( .
created and vested with pavers and'' qualified-elector entitled to hold office against the intervening Defendant,
authority, including the construction' a.< u Bond Trustee, but it Is noticeable I .I. W. Townsend.
of the roads mentioned In the Act and' that, in every other instance where DONE AND ORDERED, in Cham- 4 \
the Issuance of the bonds and the expenditure : I the persons entitled to vote in the I bers at Falatka. in the Eighth Judicial -
its of the proceeds. therein election are referred to, they are described Circuit of Florida this 14th day
mentioned, but also cont-ol1lnR the simply as "qualified electors"of of July A. D. 1923. \t.
general road fund of the County, as Union 'ounty. The word "quali-1 A. V. LONG. Judge. I ( y/4 i.
convict labor, tools and machinery and fied elector under our system of government
the construction and maintenance of has. and has had for manyMMii NAME ITRICKES LIST FROM REGISTRATION

all other public county roads thereafter a meaning understood alike I -
' to be built in Union County. by the laymen, the Legislature and .ana\ .,I'_"""f 101..1 the hv Town s.eU..n..feStark.. Florida, th.snail ..
Third, the method of selection of the the Courts: to mean one who possessesthe '.., ,nri Auru.t lath t.o ..rill. .he reei.trntlon ..
book. 0' .aid tow and\ ii,. wI
membership and continuance of such qualification prescribed bjr the name wer. "rokn threfrom 'OF Mllowmg the (
administrative Board is provided. Constitution and who is not burdened ",una named. _
And... A. ....... Remn W1II % '
with 0 --- __. ,..' I
Fourth, the Board la created a body any of the disqualifications setout \nd..._ Fenn r '" __ _______ ____ Dea"
corporate to better function and exercise therein. The Union County act. insetting nun, _Ie. Fred ...__... _..__-_ .?...__ Removed. '
forth who "
its continuing administrativegovernmental shall vote in the R.no.U. G. M.-----___._ ._.. 11 11i
Fifth election to ratify, says "qualified elec- Co,. It.... ---- _. .__.. Brmove.l
powers. prov'n That ('...... F. B. --. .. _..._.._....--Rrmo..I D.a,1
is made for the necessary. money tors. the Legislature meant Con.. B. / !.L iTcjji4'wruYd
".'w to be expended! :"v the administrative qualifie t :.. irs within the common rulanan.:: : i: j.-':: ::: :: ::::: :: R.mosd Remavd:: : i
n..wlt. a. M.---_ ...__.._ ,
:'s> Hoard by aiifhoriiinerioh! : Board, nndi r"'-" -I'ng' .->f the word, is further r'nwunw Aemned
to v .." ,- : >.- r" -f tl.| \ ,k_ RnF. Aivn _.::::::::.:::::- :' : R.mord Ramuvd:

(a). Borrow for its preliminary in Sec. I H. where it is provided that Jarkwon F'nwlor. L.Rapmnnd A--------------------"___._.__......_RemnvP De.d r


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1 _I .. r Cannon, with the result that this ---

Hall's: Catarrh! ? TThi .:::dLtne: the ttlces were advised 1 by th afternoon -. VestPalm Beach-Alt the city officers -
have been notified they will ha
! haws of Ftc, s -re In "rt'n' 1'- d\l; ""ioll" engineer that Uiillic wlli i bo --
ids in Short
: Paragraph* tlon x that' .. err' i .,-in relieved, from duty for allowing rail-
<""- ,, .... ..' ... .. .. ..-. t much thai ts'h, v i k tu'nl'd'l'l' a new road to SuwanneeVullij i ,end(l trains to block city street cross- :
health. c t. W!' in nuiiTow and l hat a mumt! B
Catarrh la u. local dli..u-e., It la ftreatly i '.r.,,.". Lu-t bight a Flaglur System
I r Influenced by conntlti'tlonal condition" I I I nance crew is on the d. tours. Turn
Live State freight, train blocked: n street crossing -
News II \LL'S c-\: T"R IUC MEIHCIM3: la a1rorrHned jag the traffic ovet the new section \ .
fur 15 minutes. which resulted In
Treatment. h-"1 loral and internal ; ,
of will shorten the detour
road from
t.*(|*Hd>.s.anvi>.. bv air drtiRo-lRta." i Haiti' conductor However, the con-

Told by Our Exchanges F. J Chonov Co. Toledo Ohio. I Gainesville. E. Matock.s! ,h ? of A dm or i ,'up",1lhoard a locomotive after r'

Eustis Tuesday PfRIN being chased out of the city by a,
I injured early morning -
'imitorrycle officer. 1'TIllahnsseeTho
in an automobile accident near
I from 60 cents a pound when the sea-
Ocala-Marlon county citizens yesterday C. W. Zuring Company The loss was atl I II the University of Florida, was still in -
by a 901 against 315 vote okey- ': estimated at $2,000 was covered by son opened to 20 cents per pound a critical condition at a local hospital Say "Bayer Aspirin" State Hotel Com- ;
the present time ,"i.1stopped" \ work on 27 buildings f l
ed the proposed no-fence law.accord- insurance, Spontaneous combustionin tonight, but so far physicians say,

Ing to complete returns announcedthis the warehouse is believed to have I Palatka-The Florida Highland De- there have been no untoward develop INSIST Unless see the during. the month of July which woreeiinr
you > constructed without
afternoon. Stormy weather been the cause of the blaze. Inc. of ments. lIe has a badly shattered I permits or
Co. syndicate
velopment a
Cross" tablets ,Hot in accordance with the state
caused the be the and is suffering "Blyer on you
vote to light. Louisville Ky., with offices in Pa- right leg, near thigh, 1 '
Lakeland-Pecan growing in North have from loss of blood and shock. are not getting the genuine t building code, says Commissioner Jer.
latka and Miami
purchased 1,600
Miami-Pedro Die, formerly of Florida is profitable, according to I acres of land on the proposed LakeCityPalatka His mother arrived today from Hendersonvillt ,,, Bayer Aspirin proved safe by ryV., Cllt''''('. In the majority of
Key West, a cigar maker died in a Dr. C. C. Wilson of this city who has about 11 II N. C, to be with him and these cases it was discovered that the

hospital here today from injuries received just returned from a visit to Lake I miles northwest highway of Palatka, at the his father is onroute here from Canada ,!millions and prescribed by physicians litiildings were being erected by promoters -

Monday when a gasoline tank City. Dr. Wilson owns a 100-acre pecan -I I townaite of Carraway, which is on expected to arrive Sunday. for 24 years. their who were more interested in '. .:
salability than in their stability \.,
which he was welding exploded and grove there, and has been getting I
truck him the abdomen. Diez his I the Southern Railway. The tract brighT leaf ; Accept only! a Mr\ l'arter says.TaliehnrseeSince.
in sustained trees in shape for the fall crop. | which is to be known aa Arcadia Gar- l\adlson-The tobacco (- -
internal injuries which caused Dr. Wilson is enthusiastic his farmers of this Paver '
over dens, will be subdivided into lots. Sites county arc reaping a / package J
his death.A pecan grove, and has it in splendid will be reserved for churches, a school rich harscit in the sale: of their- tobacco a reort was ,

shape. lie says many trees will bear parks and an athletic field and it is on the Georgia markets at this which contains proven directions made the state road department yesterday -

consolidation of the banking reports 250 pounds of nuts, and they have evolved I understood work on the subdivision tlrao. Madison county planted 1,010 : Hnn.lv "Hayer" lioxea of 12 tablets! that the detour on the old country '
for June 30, 1025, show an increase variety which is this and result of road. to White Springs was Impassable -
a perfected to will be started at an early date. acres year as a Also bottles of 21 and 100-Urugglats ;
of 25 per cent in deposit' this* resist insects and pests. Contrary to I flood work they will have for sale A"I'lrln la the trait mark of Hater stn,,", arrangements have been I
year covering the same length of the general idea, pecan trees do not Tallahassee-No further develop- more than 1,000,000 pounds on the suture at lunuacvlleacliliiiiur f Bajlcjllcuclil maids, by Assistant State highway Engineer ,

time. This, aja; Co.r.ptroller Amos reach their maturity until they area ments have an' yet occurred in the warehouse flo<>u. So far they seem' -- Cannon, for truffle to be turnmi -

is unusual in as much as Hummer reports hundred years old, and their life case of the seizure in Brndentown of to be satisfied with prices but hope made by !Mrs Peter S. Jole, of this over the new road to SuwmmeoValley. It.

usually show a decrease. covers a period of several hundred 20,000 gallons of gasoline by the sher :for an !iiu'reuse later on the better city and Franklin, N. C. The plan ; Shifting traffic over this! new

years. iff there upon coplaint of the De- trades offered. Next year they will tails for the setting aside of one week section of the road will shorten the

Daytona-A warrant charging firstdegree partment of Agriculture. The gasoline have planted fully 3,000 acres in in September for the scattering of the detour from 12 to I miles.' The report I'i'

murder will be served on JohnF. Jacksonville.-W. B. Daniels, of company still has the tax money 1 light tobacco and this will guarantee seed, which would be very Inexpensive made, the department stated that 127

Sheeley a painter, who Saturday North Carolhla, today was absolvedby due on the shipment and the state a Hales warhouse here as Madison and private donations could pay automobile had to he towed through ;, iII

might shot and fatally wounded his Criminal Court Judge Peeler, of still has the gasoline. county leaf always brings the top'' for the weed in case there were no public t three hundred Yard stretch of the old !

wife and then attempted to take his this county of responsibility in the severe prices.' funds available for this purpose. rod A maintenance crow has been 9 (

own life by firing two shots into his injury of a Seaboard Air Line I Avon l'arkR1mer, formerly I I Volunteer workers would scatter the placed on the detours. \ \

head, police announced here today. agent in Savannah Sunday night general pales manager for the Curtiss Quincy.-Grade for grade the red nlothl'.! highway. I ---- i

,' Sheeley, now confined in a hospotul when that agent was thrown under Bright properties, who sold 10,000 bright leaf tobacco market at Quincy'< --- Tallahassee Manufacturers of fruit t

"i here, will recover, attending/ physl1 neath a train by a man now said to lots in Uieleah, butt. recently become has held right up in the front on price West Palm Beach-Armed and and! vegetable; baskets are pessimisticover

1 clans say. have been a negro, who was "beatinga interested in Avon Park, and on his and quality and firm sales. One way II i masked bandit early this morning the present outlook for sales of 1 I

ride, The agent's legs were cut off first visit bought acreage and city I to judge the satisfaction of a marketby held up the night clerk and bo11-hop their products, nays the United States ,'Ii
;: Jack'onvilie-Harry George, 40, the of of the Royal Pulm hotel at gun-point
Daniels was picked up by railroad I property totalling over $130,000. percentage rejections, and Department of Iltrlculture.Iany\
j city detective for more than twenty agents in the local yards yesterday.At f Through Norton Smith he bought !:> in this important index Quiiyy ranks and esoitied with $13 in cash. Police new basket factories have been start J j!,

y years, ended his own life today b:; that time he had $500 on his per i i tic-res on Lake Isis belonging to T. D. high, because the percentage of turned wore informed of the holdup thirty ed ,during the pest five years nnd the

I hooting himself once through the son. Today he was fined $1 and costs Harris, for $25,000. Here he will slips\ is very; low. On several days minute after the bandits had fled resulting competition has created! an

i right temple. The incident occurred for vagrancy and beating a ride. build hid home. ,, the number of turned baskets has 'from the hotel. They immediately unhealthy condition In the industry ,
i. on the second floor of the Duval county j been less than a dozen on either one spread a dragnet about the central There Are always too container JI

| courthouse. Ill health was the Drandenton-Coin1) Miller former Live Oak-The Suwannee river is of the two sales floors. This is a part of the city in n futile attempt to i factories in n may, but it Is not
poor year
"i 1 only apparent motive according to Georgian, who was arrested here ten i I coming back to its own from the viewpoint splendid record and shows that the 'apprehend' the gunmen. I n question whether there are not too ',

associates days ago on a charge of having tied I 1 of navigation and a company Quincy auctioneers and warehouse I| many for a good year, the department
has been organized to build and
operate their | Tullahnrisei--Alfred MtCughln ofi
doing utmost
Lennon five sticks of dynamite under the car managers are to declares. "
Fort Mcade Bob
agentof of A. Cash Hall and connected the | a line of steamers between get all that the tobacco IB worth, and I Branford, will be recommended l for u I .

the the Atlantic of nine-pound Coast Line bass, report witha dynamite with a fuse which in turn i I Branford and Cedar Key, making it the farmers of Western Florida and :hero\ moilal, it has been announced Piilntku-Aproxlmately 1,000( ( acres .:(

broken capture wooden a minnow firmly attached was attached to the engine of the possible for tourists and homefolks to :Southern Georgia who are selling i; here by scout executives. Thin boy n i "on the I proposed Lake City to Palntku
i travel on the stream famed in song their leaf on the market member of a scout troop at Branford,
It Qunlcy
to its jaw. The plug had evldently car so would ignite and blow up realize highway 11 miles northwest of hero,
and There
become fixed time Hall and his wife when they started I story. was a time years the values and are satisfied succeed unaided in rescuing Ancl1 I IIBVB been sold to the Florida Highland ;
: some Ago j I ago, when a line of steamers plied be- 'II 1' Fields from the boil of u spring '
the wound was fully healed and the car, was today held for action of with the prices. I Development Co., Inc., n syndicate! of
| as the ''tuecn Cedar Key and Branford ands,I --- I| near his home after she had fallen Omixville
bore the :Michigan manufacturer's grand jury after a preliminary men with offices here and In ;j'M
:' name stamped in the metal part. Lennon hearing in the County Court before i I 1 for years the enterprise paid hand- 11.583 SMALL ;MUIOS BOATS IN:/ (torn a rope us she swung across the Inml. The tract will be subdivided
nomely. The Suwanee flows into the
Judge Walter H. Tucker. Bond and will be known ns the Arcadia
insists the bass committed suicide was
Gulf of Mexico some miles north of .. ___ I
when it realized it was boosting n fixed at $5,000, which was furnished Northern. and Eastern Gardens<
j Cedar Key and the vessels ran across. are M,3si; motor boats weighing C'hlpley--Sutne -

place outside of Florida. West Palm Deach-So great has Suwannee Bay and followed the Inside /, under five tons now in operation people moving to Florida are so'' West Palm DeR..h-After an exciting

: Quincy-Shade-and sun crown( tobaccos been the- influx of unskilled workmeninto | route to the Key. in Florida waters, according to fig. anxious to have their furniture transferred chase last night through a driving

1 are moving into the warehouses this city that E. A. Stephenson I Sarasota-A twister loaded with the tires compiled, ;yesterday by Federal hauled quickly a thousand that miles they are or having more in It rain storm, Sheriff linker today had
In incerasing. vol- secretary of carpenters' local No. 810 authorities i i In unlody Charles Tedder Riviera
". a constantly wrath of heavens came out of the sky i motor trucks. Two trucks from Now I < ,
ume and the packers are busy receiving has i issued a statement warning com- yesterday afternoon about five o'clockon New York Is the only taste in the Rochelle N. Y. the marnhal, who was caught with a $a.-
the cigar leaf. The cure on the mon laborers and their families not Sarasota Beach and vanished in country having a larger number of I transporting ono load of liquor. The booze formed
'I a householdfouds of several fumlllleH
shade grown j9 pronounced to be one to come here for the winter without few minutes into the low-hung clouds.In boats of this size in operation. Thenumber I I moving to /I'ensucola got into trouble part of the $3,000 cargo confiscated'

.t of the best that has been seen for sufficient funds. The southern states that time It levelled two portable of small motor craft in New I i as rum runners landed It at Riviera

some time. The texture is silky the have been sending hundreds of such houttes| at Point Rocks and then reaching York is estimated at 2&, >!))5. ', chint'S a few days ago when the leading lun- Thursday night anti which had been
through small
crashed bridgiim
, colors of the desired olive brown, the men into the-city daily, he said. At the Beach Lodge, blew down a l I In the entire United :States thereare ax-I i, the a placed in tho Riviera town hull for ;
Chipley-Campbelton highway.The
'I body firm and the yield high. The present all of them are employed in I and turned a car upside town ]l'.il,217: boats of this type in mvfc' keeping, it is claimed.Boinfay a
garage II |listencc the show. truck and its load was ton heavy
of the fields! has been preliminary "rough carpentering" on figures ;
yield on some blew out few of glass In
a panes one for the the :
I I i I Equipment of
I unusually high passing 1,700 poundson the numerous buildings and at the ( house and some tile off of a Spanish In recognition of act of congress -A aeries of impressive
'' passed in 1918, all motor boats must Road Department nearby put raids conducted I
some round top fields. present something of a labor shortage residence Those who the recently by Sheriff I
saw incipient the machine back the road after
exists be numbered and lettered by federal I! on Johnson netted seven big stills a mule
Da'tona-John; F. Sheeley, painter I cyclone admission said it was but well worth the i, official. before they can bo put into | working all night. i iI I IJohnstown II I land a wagon and well an the arrest I
price of it kept them I I
who Saturday night shot and fatally Bartow-The Southern Nurseries use. Different letters of the alphabet In melee at of six men. It wan also disclosed :
wounded his wife and then turned the'Company has shipped 65: tons of guessing strike. where the twister was to i are issued in various states to desigInate Sunday morning- Clifford a Hodge Manning was ('that one of the men arrested! Is. on the '

gun upon himself, firing two shots in- t, grapes of several varietties thus far II |I the boats. The letter V is used shot and killed, by John Manning county's pauper list it is claimed. roe

to his temple has but one regret. Ly-
ing at a local hospital, both eyes more before the close of the shippingseason unit of Lake County's $5,000,000:> hard J i I i latter was hit twice, brother i drive against the bootlegging fraternity -
blind from the effects of the shots, he 1 three weeks hence. The yield 1 road! will be let in Tavares | Jacksonville-The- second woman in1a a .
of Hodge firing several times, hit
said today. "I only regret that I acre will be something over four suicide attempt here within the last I _
1 per i Sept. 7. At that time bids will be received l' Manning only once. There were six of I
have followed her Shee- tons and this Is only the second 21 hours, Miss Melhinu Rogers, 18, St.
could not year I by the county commissioners the. (Hodge crowd and three of the AIIlulltine-After shooting his
made to Deputy of bearing for the 'of Trenton, Aluchuu county, who came i\ wife John Peterson
statement vineyards of
ley's! was now for the construction of twelve miles'of Meanings engaffod, but wo haven't the Orangejnlo! ,
Sheriff Wilcox at the time the officer being harvested. Prices have ranged concrete road, eighteen feet wide here two days ago was recovering at ;near here, turned the gun on himself f
space to give particulars, which are
-- St. Luke's hospital tonight Miss'
i served a warrant upon the woundedman from Mount Dora to the \Veklva Riv-I | with fatal I results, according to word s
charging him with first degree No Worms In a Healthy Child ''er, replacing the present worn out Rogers drank poison, Fred II. King, another reported of as tho verllnterestlng.Hodges was However slightly, l I' reaching Sheriff K. E, Itoyco. No
murder. I AH children troubled with Worma have an irabenlthy county detective said, and was found motive for the and a
nine foot road from Mount Dora to I' killing suicide was '
color, which iadlcaua poor blood and aa a I by friend who notified physician. wounded in the side, and one of tho
ale there is more or leM stomaLb dlaturbance, Sanford a a then I it i ven. : ,
j Manning boys was shot ,
Jacksonville-Fire which for a : GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC Riven regularly I i I She was given emergency treatmentand near I '
while seriously threatened the plantof for two or three. weeks will enrich the blood Improve 1 Tallahassee-The J. B. Koyalls ont to the hospital. knee, and Cleve Manning, a son-in- k'! i
the Jacksonville Gas Company this the diKeatlon,and act as a General Stre tb- of fish commission ,I --- law of Brant Hugger, was first attacked I I Colds Cause (I rip and Influenza
Tonic the whole Nature will then troupe game j
coins to
eyatem. I'i Tampa A proposal that by Clifford with brass
morning destroyed fifty carloads of throw off of dispel the worm and IheCtilld will be deputies arc on the job with a vengeance I every Hodge LAXATIVE': 1IKOMO QUININE': TalHrta remove
hay and a warehouse owned by the I la perfect bealUl. Pleasant to take. eon per bottle. according to word received, ''{ county In the state scatter flower knucks and was beaten in the face so-I the cauaa There la only one "Ilnmio Uuliitri".** i
I seeds along Its highway has been verely. It Is said. E.': W. OHOVK' aIRn."'"oo boa. 34""'. ,
at the capitol. At eleven thirty one

morning recently, the office received ..
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word of deer hunting near Titusville, I'

in Brevard county. By noon a deputy t 'vc.f''t. PI.eASE "" f

You can saveHttndrcds was on his way to the scene of the I FOLKS .30 'r..:. THE DtxNZ CAM'ON ..:,\::.::... ..... '
reported hunting and by four o'clock i F'OQ 6RANoM.... COAL OU9'f, '" ,- a ..
had possession of the dog and killed I' WHo LET'S SEE
of Dollars deer. Such prompt work has also I "N'IT5Ef.., ," WHo' QlP' 3 N' .

been shown in other cases of hunting v, f } 'rH' 6ELL
violation. TOWN "1e. t '

Webelievethe new will Michelin revolutionize West Palm Beach-Wildly brandishing I a

a glittering axe in futile defianceof
: all motoring. Twice a* r
the attempts of Patrolman William I Telltale N
big as ordinary tires, inflatedto
Fountain to arrest him, Harney Sloan ToodJe.Dy :
less than half the pressure, alleged dope,fiend, late this morning /

it cushions cars so perfectly it was jailed on triple charges. after the I I ?

will save you hundreds of dollars officer had braved the slashing blows I I

in car upkeep and depreci of the axe to grapple with and subdjo i

ation. It fits present rims and hum In the event subsequent to the a

capture, one of the officers wa bitten I I-
about the EdwardMCCUnOO2h tA'I
costs same as and their uniforms torn by the raving

ordinary tires. \ViIlyou come prisoner.. I

in to see it? 'tea

Tallahassee-Report was made to I 117mcMfFQ s ,.,
the state road department today that |I T'kstt

Smith's GarageSTARKE. the detour on the old county road to

White Springs was impassable for /-I'M TAKIW TM- STATS -

FLA.MJCHELIN'. about three hundred yards( and that rrsMAN CENSUS OP THIS Tbwe'I .a PLEASE
127 cars had to be towed out yester V HO P1ApAe.l AN' I'M P

day. Instructions to take care of the WANTS Tb IKT5TCUCTBD TO 5AVEVERVOMB THAT Q GRANDMA

situation were immediately given by saB'IOU MUST 6 .
Assistant State Highway EngineerTo V0OA ,r o DON'T GET

Stop a Cough Quick ''rt N Rb5TEDru -
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I take nA YES' HEALING HONEY ass '
a .
/ cough medicine which stops the cough hy RICMTTHERIi

I' QT i'ac I healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues. ,dl ,

SALVE for Chest Colds !Head Colds and!
Croup is enclosed with every bustle of
eTmsr HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve: 1ALLm6s
should be rubbed en the chest and throat
of children suffering from a Cold; or Croup

The Heating erTrct of HareV H.alnd! Honey 'inside -
the threat rnmbtned with the be.loa.tr, ..( .>f s sr '
"Comfort" Cord_ Grove he akin O-I'e"lOOn stops-Trate sough Salve throudli the awes jf i I

car e.a M rwb I Both r-mo<1r! a ar- p8C'ko l l0\ one cart n eel the>
F !"uh.et.nn d .n ,sat ,,4 mt ohM comMnwl treatment 33r I 1 1EDk
an; :
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-- .. I Wiggins and sister Jewel and Mrs. I I Butler, guests of Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Mrs. B. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur guests Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Gorge

'I Proctor. Grantham, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke Thomas.
!' Floyd Wiggins! and Lelamae Andrews, Mrs. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. visited Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Johnson | William Revels and family, wh ,
motored to Starko Monday I Dekle of Lake Butler were recent Sunday have been visiting Mr.! and Mrs. J. :M
4 of a
Brown Sampson was
Henry .
caller here Sunday. ,. guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle. | Archie Watters spent Thursdayhere Roberts for several weeks have ivturr.ed -
1 RUBS Atkinson B. L. Duke and son Dewey were guest of Mr. and Mn. P. P. : to their home.
Messrs. Wilson Casey -
'" business visitors to Starke one day Dekle. |I Mrs. J. M. Mott returned Sunday
Shaw of Brooker motored -
and John
last week. I at' visit to her sister at Inverness
here Sunday and were guestsof I Mr. and Mrs. Joan Hunt hud a
I P. P. Dekle attended services at
friends. _u _. -
| W. M. Hodges made a business trip I Little Springs Sunday. -- -
Elder J. R. Dukes, Mrs..J. J. Cox, I
2U rend 1 Lake Butler Monday.
I'lutul'r.. '+
Jesse Dukes, William and Grady
I Messrs. Aphus and Malcolm Harrell
'. I i Brooks McLeod Mrs. Ida Par-
1 Wed- Brady ,
of Brooker visited friends NI
'Irish, Joe Dix and sister, Tyree Ims, I
.KEEN-w: ; DIUEItI :Mr and :Mrs. JamcH Pitts. j 1 I nesday.Messrs. Willie Waters and Marian I! P. Cannon and children were among I Ihie

Mr. George!: F. Young;; ;:;; left the first of and Amos Brannen of Lake Butler the visitors here last week. ,
Miss Winifred Wimberly and business trip to Balti- Mrs. John Hunt spent the weekend i
the week on a motored here Sunday. o-
Nelson Francis Green were quietly with her grand-parents, Mr. and 'I ? yq
Md. Grafton
more, Messrs. Lawrence Wiggins,
married Wodnctulay, August 5th, Rev.L. Mrs George Thomas.G. I'
Adkins and Joe Moody; Misses Jewel
\Kickliter! performing the cere- Mr. and Mrll.WElwards: : and nod D. Faircloth and sons, G. D. andR.
and Ina
mony at his home on EaHt Tenth St. family moved back from Jacksonville Wiggins, Alphlo Beach e. D. called on P. P. Dekle Thursday.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. last week, and are pleasantly locatedin were visitors to Hampton They were entroute to Trenton to ,

and Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, of Highland Mrs. M. E. Edwards' residence. Thursday night. visited friends in 'visit relatives. ,.
Norman Wiggins
and 1 ii"| a young lady of many I I > Mrs. Lillian Dekle nnd Miss Cath-
fine qualities. Mr. Green in the Hon !Mr. and Mrs. L. Allen and son, and Brooker Sunday. arine Ramcr were shopping in Lake

of Mr. and Urs. A. II. Green, is an 1IIIter-ln-law. of Sanford, were visitors I Misses Ina and Rosa Hodges left Butler Saturday. Bank Your Cash

industrious young man and in emloyed to Lawtey Sunday. Tuesday for.! Jacksonville to visit Doctors J. M. Mann, and S. King j I ,

with his brother, L. D. Green, in the -of Tampa, was friend and relatives.Mr. were professional visitors here Saturday -
W. Brown,
i Dr. G. and Mrs. P. B. Crews made
marriedcouple a
dairy business, and the newly here. and Sunday Roosevelt
in Starke. a week-end business trip to Lake Butler Satur- Says
will make thair home Mr. and Mrs. Grantham, Mr. and
The Telegraph extends congratulations. Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a day. Miss Leilamac Andrews of Mor-
professional visitor here Sunday. riston Is visiting friends. and relatives -, REGISTRATION HOOKS OPEN I
here this week. In many speeches In his strenuous career
I I The registration' books. of the town
JEAN COLLINS I I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Blanchard, Messrs. L. L. Johns and Ray Goodgc of Starke, Florida, will be open at I President Theodore Roosevelt urgedon

CELEBRATES HIKTIIDAY I j were transacting business in Gaines- and Joe Williams of Sampson motored the office of the Town Clerk from I his bearers the desirability of bank

ville Saturday. here Friday. j I July 10th to August 9th, inclusive, for
Friday afternoon at four o'clock, at Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Johns of Jacksonville the registration' of electors. I accounts.
her home on corner of S. W'tlnut and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo little daughter visited friends and relatives
make the
of Jacksonville, are spending I He said that bank depositors
Ada Marie,
Lafayette streets, Mrs. G. A. Collins here last week. Registration Officer of the Town of
entertained in honor of her little u few days herewith relatives. Miss Elna lodges is visiting friends 7-17-Ht: Starke, Florida. II best citizens.

daughter Jean's, fourth birthday, Bennett of in Starke this week.
Mr. and Mrs Henry Are one of the best citizens? Are
.decoratedIn you
The house was beautifully I Jacksonville, were visitors to Lawtey Mrs. C. L. Atkinson of Waldo visited
yellow and. pink zinnias. Misses Saturday and Sunday.i friends and relatives here last ACREAGE i you a bank depositor?
Lucille Mitchell, Mary Canova and week.
Lucille Johns took charge of the kiddies I i I Mrs. II. C. Padgett returned home Miss Amy Renfroe Is visiting friendsin ] WANTED Start an account with m today.

upon arrival and entertained them Sunday from Macclenny where she Lake Butler. l We are interested in buy .Nt[ account I If too small, no account too .'

by playing games until the arrival sent a week with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Romle Johns of Jacksonville ing acreage in Florida in large, foP us' t to handle.:
later of Misses Ethel Griffin and her Mrs. Tanner. motored here Sunday after large or small tracts, but ".,
guest, Miss Norma. Grimn, of Way- noon. will deal with owners only. vy owigs aoa r
cross, Ga., Miss Sara Malpas[ and James Pitts and Frank Green came Please full details
rive as
Mils Iris Epperson, who charminglytold homo from Terra Cela and spent Sun- FIVE :MILE I to location, legal, descrlp-

stories. day. I lion price and terms. Ad-
The children were then Invited into | Mr. and Mrs. Roy;; Denmark, of Jacksonville Five Mlle Au,:. 14.-Mr. and Mrs.P. dress I Bradford County
where the color
the dining room P. Dekle had as guests last wel.k.Mr ,
scheme was carried out in the pink were visitors- here Sunday. T. D. Proctor, of Davenport, :Mr. JACK O'3RIEN County' Financial Stronghold _
and yellow birthday cake, with pink and Mrs. A. E. Proctor of Mannmr, Bar Harbor :Maine
1 Mr. and Mrs. Baker, of Jackson- -- Established 1889 STARKE, FLA.
After enjoyln ---- \
and yellow Ice cream. ville were !guests: Sunday at the home B. B. Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. M. P.
the refreshments the party retired to 1'of Otis Roden. Dekle of Watertown and Mrs. A. (II I. : I'I'

the entertained living room with where selections! Miss of Epperson kiddies' | J. L. Harrell and sons, Joe and Bill, Hancock Mr. Haralson, of Doe Run and, Ga.family and .".,-,<1.',"..''.'''..'...,.f..>."''''':",,! .,. ..::1>":"...Nt'C:0.,,,.-."'.,.,,.. <#_.......r.,.........:."..._.... ......,:r-J.n!><__ LIo"1II'9I. ...! .....

music while the presents were open- I i and Cecil Whitehead' motored to Mrs. Holder. of Nuces, S. C., are visiting {
ed.The Gainesville Sunday afternoon. relatives here this week. !
little honoree won very daintyIn I' Born to Mr. and Mrs. Rowan John- LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith
Carl Padgett. of Jacksonville, spent
a frock of yellow georgette over son, Sunday August! 9, a son. i
pink satin. Sunday here at tho home of his grandmother \
I Mr. and Mrs. James Parrish, Mr.
Assisting Mrs Collins in serving/ !Mrs. M. Padgett. and Mrs. A. L. Green, of Brooker,

' and entertaining were Misiess Lucille i I were guests of relatives and friends I .
On account of the Lawtey SchoolI
Mitchell, Mary Canova, Lucille Johns here Saturday and Sunday.
Iris Epperson, Ethel Griffin, Sara I beginning its fall and winter term a I Miss Eva Dyal spent the week-end PEEK REALTY COMPANY
usual Mr. and Mrs.
month earlier than ,
and Miss Norma Griffin, of :
{ Malpas with her sister, Mrs. Richard Glover
L. II. Hill and family. Mr. and Mrs.
Wnycross, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Drawdy
wore :
W. E. Torode and family, Mr. andMrs.
The little people invited to this I visitors to Raiford Saturday. ,
E. E. Burney and children and
: Evelyn, Marjorie \ Mrs. P. P. .
party were DeUe and cousin Mrs.A.
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Lillian Sternberg .. .
HP'I Lillian Stump have moved back from Kingsley I It. Hancock, spent Tuesday m Lake '-''''' .. .....', .. <...-:. ,11<- \";......'' ''. "" "" "'p' vrf'i"! .:"" ...( "10 1\,",,'". .-""' ."'.. .,. .r.--; )'''' .":.. "' "..",' >... .. .. ... .w. ._ ....)
June and Dick Doyle, Jean Davis, i ,,.- -. .. .. .
i lake where they have been spending :""' = =c. ---- ----
Dorothy Ritch, Virginia Andrews, I
I the two months.
Margaret lame Mnlpns, Lois and Billy I past ___ I. .
Long, Nettle Howling, Sinclair and | !Mr. and !Mrs. J. T. Moore art-
Frances Lei Peek, N. T. and Tommy spending this week at Kingsley/ lake
Bitch, Dob nnd Hnrolil. Bishop. L<...lie I Mr. and !Mrs. A. L. Taylor and little I
Blirjfn, Louise Snyder, Isis and Junior daughter were visitors to Starke Friday -
Aijkins, Glorln Johns Vonda Inman !I GO
Vcrn riairo Robin"-on..1. W. and Elni-
ta Fields, Robert and Dudley McKin- The Lawtey Junior High School
lay, of Jacksonville: F.vc'lynlnd Margaret I began its fall and winter term !Monday e

Hnzen, of Gainesville; Nell Yon with an enrollment of 131 pupils, I I II I .
Elizabeth and Catherine Fields, of '"hich! was very encouraging on account I
of the extreme hot weather. ,
Loughman; Rebecca Fields George
and Ruth Krouse, of Orlando. i TO THE OLD TIME j jI
Mrs. Eva Hasty and three grandchildren (- ?

:MRS. JlUttSR ENTERTAINS and) daughter, Miss Ella ,
AT I1RIDGR I !Mongomery of Tampa, wC'reIt< I A S
the first of the week of A.I.. Jane,
Mrs. Edward Hums delightfully entertained !Mrs Hasty's non-in-lnw. V' a

the Friday Afternoon Bridge I IIKOOKEKBrookcr I Ya
Club at her Kingslev Lake cottage 1 i I r
the bridge tables being arranged on Aug. 8.- Miss: I oilnm.u-
the porch which was made more at- Andrews Morriston! is spending a
tractive with decorations of Spanish few days with Miss Cantey Olliver. I "

moss crape myrtle and zinnias. Lester Shaw, of Brudentun, was u I \ ,.
Pink and white mints were placed visitor here one day last week.
on each table and the talley cards ELby Cone of Tampa was the gue,l t

were In shape of mnirnnlia leaves. At of his mother, Mrs. Emily Abbott AND GOSPEL OF HEALINGINTERDENOMINATIONAL
the close of the bridge game Mrs. Sunday.

Burns served frozen fruit salad, nut Rev. W. M. Moody, of Lacrosse

bread, sandwiches, olives, saltines and was u visitor. here Sutuidny.

iced ten, and the favors were tiny Mr. Henry Shaw of Daytona, isspending :_; r / ( )
boats filled with salted nuts. a few days here. ',
bfrs. O. L. Renslcy won first prize, Mr. and Mrs. Luther So\vell, of

a dainty powder box nnd puff. white Okeechobee are the guests' of her parents i
Miss Mary Curtis Williams made low Mr. and !Mrs. Mott.
and was consoled with n st "f lingerie Mr. and !Mrs. S. :M. Uott and :MrMyrtio -. INSPIRING SINGING

clasps. Luis all sport Saturday in I :

The guests were Mesdnmes! 0. MInmnn Sunday in Jacksonville with relatives.! +
.1. I. Peek E L. Burgs, J. C. Mrs. T. P. Ward and children who
S Hoover, J. M. Mitchell. J. C. Robinson have boon in South Florida for some Daily at 8 P. M.---Sunday 3 and 8 P. M. ,

E M Johns O. L. Itcasley, Misses tim returned horn Sunday. REV. HOMER: M. L. BIIADBERHY
Jeanette Durdon of Tampa, Miss 1 Mr. and Mrs. LeastonVymi and (The Gloom Chaser)

Aileen Alvarez, Mary CurtU WilliAms (children of Hampton, spent Saturday I

of Key Nest, :MableVoller and ,evening here.
Mrs. Demmon. ... j I L. R. Galney, and on Royce ore
.spending! / n few days at Cedar Key AUGUST 7th23rd.AT
GROWERS' SPECIAL MEETING: : I I\Irll. Alice Olliver who hns )been in I

Starke Growers' Association will I'alatka for feme time returned honn-
this week.
hold 1 a Special meeting on Saturday
Miss Eliza Duke who has. been visiting
August IMh at the courthouse, at 3 TIIEGOSPEL
here for the past two weeks returned -

p. m.Mr.. Farmer come and join us, and to Dukes Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. J. J. :
Morgan spent
receive the benefit of co-operative
and. Sunday at Five :Mile.
buying and co-operative selling
Mr.' Tom !Markey of Pine Hill
better and TENT
help make Starke, bigger, '
moved here last week.
busier. I
E.: L. Browne, Sec. II I NEW; RIVE

LAAVTEY New River, Aug 1 1.-LawrenceA

returned Lawtey home, August-Sunday II.-J.from H. Moore a two TONIC LOT NEXT TO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

weeks visit with relatives In Tennesseeand drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Southern Illinois. Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
J_ Enriching the Blood. When you feel its I

Mrs. J. L. Ilarrell and son, Keife, strengthening: Invigorating effect see howIt STARKE FLORIDA
are pending two weeks with relatives brings color to the cheeks and howit
in Moultrle, Ga. ,
improves the appetite, you will then

Rev. J. V. Robinson and daughter, appreciate its true tonic value.
:Miss Helen returned home Friday< Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic in simply
from a three weeks visit with relative Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So BRING THE SICKEBADFORD
< in Ohio. pleasant even children like It. The blood
need QUIN1NH to Purify it and IRON: to

i )Ir. and r.rrll. Frank Masters an.! Enrich It Destroys Malarial germs and
'Ii: daughter, :Miss Edna, of Middlehurir. C-Ip: g":..;, > ?s S'rr-'t' .: In*. fa I. .--

were guests Sunday at the home

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FRIDAY ,,('(IUST 11. 1021. TELEGRAPH. 1 '

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of Rockmart, Ga., are visit- 1 To car. en.....n.i. th. mo<1cln! .
Frankie -
cut b* mr. then .. punntwwi ttmut time} has returned t to his duties and
Ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. contain tonM. .!t.ff.bv mnaTutt's tho school in pleased to again have Perfectly Comprehensible. 0 t t
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M. Sistrunk. | his presence. The following HpcecbIIIH made bf

Bits of LocalInformation Pills Next Sunday morning and eveningthe \ lawyer on behalf of hU client whoa .

Mrs. Lester Weekly, of Oaks, is Methodist will worship with tho cow had been killed by a train : "U .

spending this week at Kingsley Ink _.. th... quail!!**. And ..,.....1. Presbyterians. the trnln had boon run as It ..licn with her sister, !Mrs. E.V.. Hayes, r tm to lb.> bow J. Iboir .*|....| Prayer meeting Wednesday night, boon run, or tf the toll had betn mug I IRI

and parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. hmetiam. at eight o'clock. It should' have boon rant or If the .

Concerning Our People, BUSIneSS and Strickland.Col. whistle. hud bath hlnwn, a* It should
Progres of the CARD OF THANKS have lioeu blew both uf which they did y
County and Town. Pine Catslc, Aug. 13Mrs. G. I'" t
wish thank those who \
We to were I' neither, the cow would uot have bee.neared .
J. E. Futch, of DeLand, formerly the teath: and ,Johns and daughters, !Idell and Doris
RU kind to us during viixn alit war fo'J)
of Starke has entered the practiceof after the burial of our father and .of Waldo spent Saturday afternoon klllatl"t t

'" 2J1rs.Aquilla law in that city being a memberof brother Jack Silcox. here with dire A. C. Hall. NOTICE OF ELECTtO.v"I j '

Melvin Futch, of Lawtey waa a visitor '' Williams and Miss the firm of Scarlett, Jordan, Futch Julian Silcox, Silas Silvox. I Mr. and Mrs. Boh Batton and family f'\r : +
Starke Saturday. : and Fielding. spent Sunday in the Ft. Hurley section I
to R'illiumof Alachua, were visitors C. L. Peck, mayor of Starke Fla., 't.
'I Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Eliza- UAPl'IST the !guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. by virtue of the authority vested in ''I i j. :

James Shepard spent the week.endI beth Johns. lIon. Fred B. Noble, of Jacksonville II. Melton. mo by law do hereby cnll an election : ;
here with hill family. of Mr. and Mrs. Rev G. T. Hinton, of Jacksonville, W. R. Payne and sons, Walter anti
I was the guest Sunday to bo held l at tho town hall in the

I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray of Reddick II. M.\ Snyder. Col. Noble is a memberof will next preach Sunday.at the Those Baptist who heard church Mr. Arthur Saturday., were in Jacksonville on business aforesaid town, by tho qualified voters t'r rtor

Little Miss Hazel AUKIIIS is in Miami will the Billy Sunday Club, and whilein on, Tuesday' September 8, 1925,
come today
to visit his sisters Hinton two weeks were delighted -
ago Misses Clemmle and Lucille Halt
visiting little Miss Dotty McLane. town spoke most interestingly at the 1 pnroso> of olceetinK the follow-
!Mrs .1. W.
White Misses Amelia and and will be pleased
; I with hill sermon spent the week-end at Graham \ with '
Methodist! church.D. t
lag o coca:
Olive Ray.Legal to hear him again. their sister Mr*. E. L. Youngblood.Mr. ,
S. M. Cox is in North
Mrs Geor- Rev. G. W. Broome, of Leesburg, and Mrs. E. J. Dowling and One mayor; One Marshal; Two aldermen .

gIn vsR, relatives. i blanks for sale at the Telegraph M. Wills of Tampa, spent the preached last Sunday morning and family spent Thursday at Hampton for two yours; Ono aldermen

I office. week-end in Starke with frineds. !Mr. evening, and also in the afternoon at Bench. for ono year; Ono assessor; One clerk ,. .
II O. Brown, of Punta Gordn, spent Wills is a former resident of thin Uollbronn' treasurer t outs tax collector. .'I 1

the week-end here with his family Miss Norma Griffin, of Waycross, section and his many friends here Sunday school Springs at 10:00: o'clock !Mr. and Sirs W. R. Payne and tune Inspectors of said election 1 : V. A. t i
months nuule'
I Ga., and Mils Cora Dyal of Jacksonville were glad to see him. every Sunday morning. ily who for the past six for Scott, R. S. Humphrey A. II. Johns. 1 -1
I their home here left Monday I
L. A. Meade spent Sunday in Lees- ,I were recent: guests of Miss Prayer meeting Wednesday eveningat the In testimony whereof I, hereunto j
I. making trip by
burg with friends. Ethel Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, Jr., 8:00: o'clock. Providence, R. subscribe my nnmo and cniisd the" soul J

spent the week-end in Jacksonville and motor. of the said town to be hoicunto at-; 'J
blanks for sale : B. E. and W. 1 II. Hall of Hampton, fixed this fit th day ...f Amriist, IU35.\ ; ; I
Legal at the Telegraph Misses Sara Ma,rpas, Norma Griffin were accompanied homo by Miss Nan- REALTY TRANSFERS:: business visitors In our section
office. and Ethel Griffin spent. Wednesday nie Ho well who is spending a week were C. L. .Peek.M.iyor

and Thursday in Gainesville with here as !Mrs. Kickliter's guest.T. W. R. Fowler to C. F. LltchflelJ20 Monday.W. S7.t '.I I. {
I R. Payne and Wilbert Hall werebusiness '
Judge A. Z. Adklns made a business Mrs H. P. Holstein. acres 21720. f

trip to Tampa Sunday. I C. Hazen, of Center Hill, agent G. B. Colson to W. R. Fowler-:20 visitors afternoon.at the home of John "'

I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Griffin, of Way- for the Seaboard at this thriving acres 2 J.720.lf1nerava Eddy Mrs.Saturday L. R. Ketch and family of [ N o !

Mrs. II. A. Tucker has returned from I cross Ga., Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin town was aviaitor to Starke Monday. Damon to O. B. Clark Hampton visited here' Friday. n'

Tampa where she visited friends for nf Jacksonville spent Sunday with U. D. Johns, an employe of the 89 acres 25-B-21. :Mr. and ;Mrs. R. I.. Yountrbloodnnd 1

several weeks.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffin. Tampa Electric Company, of Tampa Nellie R. Carter, et als., to W. J. son, Lawton of Graham were thoguests COLUMN

I spent the week-end in Starke with Reddington-385 acres 83-5-22 482 of Mrs. Youngblood's parents
and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and Miss : Mrs James Godbold and son, James, relatives and friends. acres .14-5-22>> 420 acres 35-6-22 Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall Sundiiy.

Isabel Bullen motored to Jacksonville Jr., who have been visiting her sis 655 acres 30522.: I Mr. and! Mm. r.. I. Johns anti
J. L. Peek. E. IT. Smith 1 lot In SALE: Missionary' Strawberry
to FOR -
Monday ter, Mrs. S. S. Dowlinpr returned to Friends here of Dr. and Mrs. C. F. daughters Nell and !Doris, of Waldo! Starke
Starke in Jones add. E. Gessncr, Route ,
their home in Jacksonville.Mrs. plants I
Sayles will be interested to know that Thursday evening here with ,
Miss Carrie Uglow has returned. J. W, White to J. L. Peek-1 Jot In spent Fla. 7-31-3t.!
they are having a wonderful trip friends. I

frinii H lengthy visit with friends in William Struth, Sr., has spent abroad, and are now enjoying the Starke in Jones add. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sheffield had FUR SALK Genuine Missionary '1

Valdosta\, Ga., and other places. the past two weeks in Jacksonville sights of Italy. When last heard from A. M. Blanchard to G. W. Roberts ax their guests Sunday, !Mr. and Mrs Strawberry plants from Salisbury, ''Ji

I wiht her daughter, Mrs. W. I. Ed- they were at Venezia, Ferrovia.Mr. -2 lots in Lawtey.II. I Gil..Ue i and Mr. and Mrs. [.. R Ketch, Maryland. Leave your order early.Ed :';.
Austin W. E.
to Yarbrough2lots
:All". E. L. Biggs spent Wednesday wards.
in Starke.R. lof Hampton. L. Browne, Rt A, Starke 7.21-tf
I in l Jacksonville and while there vlsit- and Mrs. M. M. Georges and i Mrs G. F. Johns, of Waldo, and
t.\I relatives. I Miss Hazel M. Sassnctt to G. J. White-12 r,7RS\"LJ-Strawberry( : : plants $2.60 J
( Middleton" accompaniedby children, Louis Hoffman and slater son, Vance, of Toledo Ohio worn' tho :
her cousin, Miss Hazel Dowling, Miss Josie, Mr. and Mrs. S. Mazza and acres 23522.) guests ofII'! and Mrs A. C. Hall per 1,000. Prices quoted on bed. A, I' .

Mess Sinah Moore is in Jacksonville I returned Monday from a visit in Jack- Miss Teresa Bianco, of Jacksonville, Alice Lnngfnrd to Errol Alvarez- and. fllmilyIonday.! I. Kahr. 8-7-2t' I

,' this week\: spending a few days sonville. are spending> the week at the Davis 2 lots in Starke in Gaskins add. Mr. IInllIrs.! A. O. Hull, of Waldo, '
with '-'ativcs.' lake. H. Y. Brown to J. L. Peek-5.!8 a. FOR SALE:-Strawberry plants, $10.- '
cottage, Kingsluy afternoon here
I I Mr. and Mr. II. C. Neff, of Jacksonville 29622.: spent Friday 00 per bed. New Misslnnry plants
Mrs. Jane Kollum' to R. F. Merritt from Townsend, !Maryland, C.
:Miss Canova to Gaines Mr.!
went of
Mary were guests recently
Mr. and !Mrs J. M. Alvarez Misses Health
Renew Your 81141"WANTKD
120 2-6-20 50\ 2-6-20. Starke j
acres acres I-otuch ,
ville Tuesday to visit Miss Lucy and Mrs N. Sternberg at Kingsley Alteon Alvarez and Mary Curtisa
Lillian Turner to Daisy) ttandel-2 I I
Mnltsby.( I lake. Williams mptored to Ljve Oak Sunday lots in Starke in Jones add by PurificationAny : -Man with cur to sell complete tI .
to meet Mrs. Ralph Rhodes, of lino quality Auto Tires and l
F. Johnson
A. A. Durden and J. to
F. A. Scott returned Tuesday from Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and I Experience
Tallahassee who will spend. several ) 120 I I Tubes Exclusive Territory .
W. H. Arnold and W. II. Davis
\ DcLand where he was the guest of two little daughters and Miss Inez days at Kingslcy lake with her parents 80 3 -7.21- tO I physician will toll' you that not necessary Salary '
30-7-22 acres ,
hn -on, W. A. Scott. Abernathy motored to Plant City and acres of tho / I
Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez. 2-8-22 320 4-8-22 40 Perfect I'unt'ioatum Hys-:: $300.00 per month. !Milestone Rubber
acres in acres ,
o are spending the week with relatives.Mr. acres 5-8-22. I tem Is Naturo'H foundation of Co., E. Liverpool, Ohio lt. I
:Mrs D. E. Knight and ton, Paul ,'
Col. D. Knight and Maurice Perfect 1I1'lIlth.vh not rid
A. A. Durden and J. F. Johnson to
are spending the week at Worthington anti Mrs. Mac Bishop and three Langford spent the week-end at I of .chrotuu iiiliin-nts; that SEEDS:; : -Now fall catalog now ready.
W. II Arnold and W. H. Davis-40 yourself
Springs.Mr. children of Jacksonville were guests Worthington Springs with Mrs. I If you are not on our mulling list
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickli Knight and son, Paul, who for the acres 2.V7-21: 210 acres 30-7-21, HO II are undcrininiiiK your vitality and have not boon receiving our

and Mrs. G. H. Bennett will go ter, Sr., at Kingsley Lake. past two weeks have been guests at acres 30-7-2f: 40 acres 31-7-22 20 Purify your.intrI h.tsifin liy tuk- catalog just drop us n line and we "

to Jacksonville today on" busin..strip. I the Worthington Hotel Hollm Knight Ilt'res2722.: 80 acres :33-7-22: 10 ing a thorough<> : ; course of Culotabt, I will gladly send it. Kllgore Seed

| Mr. and Mrs George B. Flynn, of also spent several days at Worthington acres :31-7-22, 40 acres 3-8-22, Tractin -OIIPO or tvico week for several ('n., Hunt Cit I Kin. It-it2tBEEi

I Oak Hill clime Monday, to visit her with h'ji: mother. 10-S-22, Tract In 15-8-22. wcuku-and we how Nut urn towards I Y'-:

Mrs. Henry Freeman and son, of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E CanovaSr. L. It. Hilll to IT. 1'. Crawford-S3 ] you \\ tilt liealth. i ) PEANUTS
I -
Miami[ are guests of her mother, Mrs acres 28522. C ilotiil urn the greatest of all I I Seed Peanuts
i Mrs. W. E. Midmeton and daughters II. Y. Drown to F. F. Stump2.8 I N. C. or Florida Runner .
Josephine Edwards. -i Misses Madge and Hazel, left acres 29622. 8'St"11purifit'rH.. li-t family $1.00 per bushel (Four cents

I Mr. and !Mrs Krenchloe and son, Tuesday morning for a motor trip B G. Mott to Vonda E. Inman pl\'lwI', containing full ill nations per pound) f. o. b. Lowell. }.'Ia.II. .

George W. Marks, of DeLand,, who motored here from Richmond Ito Stuart, where they will visit Mrs. Tract 22-6-22. I price. ::1
pet. week-end with Mr. and Mrs.A. I Ind, ore occupying the Phillips residence I Miildleton's mother, Mrs. L. E. Dowlig R. D. Strickland to E. W. Hayes" 10 ctH. At ...IJ' drug ntonAdv.( .) 1-9-tf. Lowell Fla.
M. Rust Madison street.
Darby. I on and before returninh home theywill 80 acres 24-6-22.

also visit Miami, Hollywood and M. F. Provlns to M. r.. IAlnJdord--
Mr .nd Mrs. L. K. Carter of Kan- Me."rs. Richard J. Reaves' Frank I Homestead.

siCity( Mo., are guests of Mr, and M. Walruth and Jo'. P. Miller, officials Lot 19-30, 1H-6-22. We can charge your OI

Mis II. C. Landrus of Keystone Development ('0.. were !METHODIST HUJS
I Mr. and !Mrs. A. C. Durden Mr. and YES I
,visitors to Stnrke Saturday afternoon Mrs. Clarence Hoppe, of Tampa! who I 0
, school ut ,o'clock m I In 1Smith's
Harold C. Wall, of Jacksonville,, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Sunday ten a Storage Battery
I spent the week-end with his parents, Contracts for deeds, chattel mortgage Mrs. O. L. Beasley, motored Sunday The superintendent Mr. E K. Perrv-

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. | blank, option contracts, warranty .. 1 to Albany, Ga., to visit relatives. The man, who has been away for sonio-.
deeds, retain title note, turpentine Starke
party was accompanied by !Miss Jeanette POLITICAL ANNOUNC'KMEN: 1 !
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova and 1 leases, etc., for sale at the I Durden who has boon visitingher Garage

son. Paul E. Jr., made a business trip Telegraph office. sister, Mrs. O. L. Beasley. FOK MAKHIIAI.I .. .
Jacksonville/ morning.Mr. I iinimunci' my enniliilncy for tin .If"' .fma..h.1
Tuesday I I of" ,he town of Stnrkf. nubjeet to the.ruin t
I Mrs. R. E. Gahairan and two little' Mrs. C. N. Christy has returned nf thi voter nt th' ,>{lirtlon to l 10. held l

: and Mrs. P. S. :McMillan and sons, of Savannah, Ga., are guests of home after spending several weeks 'liiis.lny..'of faithful Meet ,4th. .rvir I |IIIM, nlvhl> vUiti, the. ,town I In -- .....
children and Mrs. Frank Hemingway her father, Mr. L. C. Powell and Mr. >< Pltt"burgPa.., visiting Mr. Chrintv's >iii-,dl nppitHiN,' tin utt. uirtt ),., m rnhvllln'1)' .
fox. .,. th,. Inwtt of th<- ,town fitilhriilly and' ,imjmiiiully -
wore visitors to Jacksonville Sunday and Mrs I,. G. parents Mr. and !Mrs. S. N. A I r. M.VARBI /
Christy.: Mrs.. Christy also visited

Miss Carrie Uglow returned Mon. I !Mr. and Mrs DeWitt C. Jones and her cousin, Mrs. R. C. KincaId, at I inarthiil,unnnmicp, fur myHilf Ilif toun u eiinillitiiti of ,sturk, ,. for**. nuhjict the offlniof .tof

day after spending; several weeks in children Miss Elise and Arthur Darby Youngstown Ohio, and before returning '" Leant' ,", IM. h.,I.I. C.qhnnhrrb|,, I will,
I in the mountains home also Hi" the office my iin.1 li'i'l"t, nil.,. nbm.. awl m.
Lake City with friends. Icff :Monday for a stay was a guest of relatives "11 I I"..m .<.1.| .t the I .rttmnn" i .f i the loan. I!I..i
|I of North Carolina. at Trenton Pa. 1,'is II''1-< M I SI'IV

Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph -! _. --- -
S. F.. Ritch has returned home af- I 5 RAVE
office. j Mrs. Mabel Wall musical directorof
I spending several' weeks' with relative the Summer Normal !School at the II

1 Iniy Kickliter and children of in South and North- Carolina. State University is returning today For Sale I .'
I her home in Stnrke. Mrs. Wall
Stuart, are guests of Mr. and Mrs Judire and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and

f .I. F. Kickliter, Sr., at Kinirslev lake. 'I' son, A. Z. Jr., are home again after' features lias arranged while' a several member entertainment of the Summer 80 acres: in Bradford County, j

of j i n visit at Jacksonville Beach with School faculty which have beenm'atJy Section ::15$; 21 I acre: clean! ba I.
:Mr and Mrs. II. P. Holstein, Judge Adkins' .sister Mrs J. D. Carl-
Gnmesville, were guests Tuesday of appreciated by the Gain' once: in cutting: timvhr or can he

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffin. I ton. vine public.-Gainesville Daily Sun, turpentined. Half mile from It.
Saturday Aug 8th.
!Mr. and Mrs. W. H. !McMillan and |H. and state road mile to I P. O.
Mrs. F. H. Long and children T. T. ( Mary Joe and Agnes .
daughter, Misses of the
At the meeting nf the Hotarians In Right in the heart Str.iiw-
Long!, Miss Margaret Long and Rich- Gn. guests ol
I of Sycamore, are Gainesville: last week Lenthal all land N bottom
Wy- belt clay
Jack- .R..
Long spent Wednesday :Mr. anti Mrs. P. !MMillan, on i EARNINGSand
sonvilleMr. Thompson street.I man, of the Southern Forestry Experiment -$.'!,.">00 cash: $::550:; binder htlonce : -
Station'at Starke
I was present when abstract is delivered.

and Mrs. Cunningham and children -I T. M. Williams has completed hisottaae guest spoke of briefly Dr. on A. A.the research Murphree.work He This property is held at this I

of Sanford are occupying the north side of Kingslej
the ,
< month will advance
and gathering of statistics on forestry price: for one
F. M. Thomas cottage at Kingsleylake. i lake and he and his family are spending I SAVINGSIn
conservation. "There wore 10.000- You
I the remaining: summer months sharply after time Is up.
000 of timber' In Florida
acres at onetime who has held
deal with owner
!I there. '; ," h<> said "and now that has
II. C. Landrus state manager of the for 2(5(.
this, property years! neveron
been rut down to less than half. H and
to to-day to-morrow must
Modern Brotherhood of America and R. B. Alvarez and little you
Mr. Ms? the market before.BURNS.
also spoke on the value to a citv nf
returned from Kansas City and will daughter, Dorothy, of Jacksonville earn In order that family live
the homeof maintaining Its shrubbery and trees, money. your may ,
reside in Starke. week-end at
permanently the
spent and of having' a definite plan upon and live better ten from must
h'ar parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. years now, you
I which to proceed in planting for the
Miss Ethel Alsobrook returned to Moore. future. SAVE MONEY.
her home in Oxford Sunday, after o

a spending a week with Miss Edna Hut- Mrs. 0. L. Beasley, Miss Mable Weiler. I Miss. Carolyn Hinrkelmann of Ala- Green Cove Springs/ Florida; The accumulation of your savings and the interest

to and Mrs A. H. Hall.A. :Mrs. J. C. Hoover Mrs. JM.\ -hua, is the guest of Miss Iris Epperson. added better future.
motoredto mean a
Mrs. J. L Peek
Mitchell''' and
II. Hall came up from Tuesday and spent the

Florida and spent the week-end with Jacksonville 666I. Come in and Talk it over

his wife, at the home of Mr and Mrs\ day. ___ ______ Mayor's NOTICEThe

L. S. Hutto. T. T. Long( and sister Miss Mar city ordinance regarding" sol. a prescription (.' With Us Now

Long, came Saturday their, elnne'sand. sewer connectons wll have Malaria, Chills and Fever
Mrs. R. D. Bowers and children from Cocoa and are guests of to he enforced. Thtu is to notifv aI'! Dengue or Bilious Fever

of Gainesville, have: been guest of mother Mrs F. H. Long, at Kingsley I who have not complied with, noticeprved /. II till. lb. .>....
her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Pros- .
Luke bv twn authorities that >f they BANK OF STARKEThe

I continue tt disregard the ordmancB CuredIn

:Miss Pauline Boyd and Katherine the mensal will be Instructed to arrest Habitual 14 Constipation to 21 I Day

cott.ITCH Bockham: who ave been vicinalVi" and bring before me for triaL "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN": la a .1..lally. Banh of Helpful Service

: E'ta Tlson and Mrs L. C. L. Peek, Mayo preparedSyrupTonic-Laxativefor HutjituV'
returned Friday to their home in Constipation. It relieves promptly and
t.lI. WE PAY 4 PER '
lIarfl and
0f It StlmrJlates
regular action.
Tat LAXATIVE!: BROMO QUININC (T.bl. fttnp to Induce
Killed In Thirty :Minutes With Par- d Regulate Very Pleasant to Take. SOC
I Sfr.. S O. Sistrunk andaughters 8 th Cough and H aii rh sod workaoffthfr.M
a-clt-i-elde 50 cents at Mitchell'sDrug \ \ -. and. :Mary Sue. Sarah and r.; W t.httLSugnanr.on..cbboo, ; ego tier botUo.
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\C. llodgc, county agent. Prospects I i l Exports for the week ending July 1-- beater debu'-veil the ten lashes and

for a good corn crop, a fine sugar 1 31 amounted to 72,704. bales as com- ten tho, :,ond.

FARMERS and FARMING cane crop and a hog crop that can't pared with 41,847 bales last week and % ieeka.

I II be better is resulting in much enthusiasm 55, 01 for the corresponding week In Li But it is the first time in a long

I among the farmers of the I 1024. time that a white man has been
I county. Y officially whipped in Maryland.Did .

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE I B. i';. Lawthon, county agent in FLORIDA TODACCO it really do any good/ da-
Id The man, for some reason
ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND- Madison, nays that early planted cot- cider to beat his wife and does
COUNTY. tun fast and j I Sheriff Lyle of Suwunnea County,
10 IJE REST SUITED TO OUR I is opening gins are op- so-
crating. Farmers of the county are is justly proud of the fact that his The people of a great State. for

well pleased with opening tobacco bright leaf tobacco, grown near Live some ieaaon decide. to beat the
Oak brought a price averaging 15
markets. i I man and 1 they so.
FARMER'S WEEK PROGRAM IS "The corn and sugar cane crops arc Icents a pound higher than the pro e What's the difference Why
exceptionally) promising here this duct of Georgia and other Florida ii Arthur Brisbane not make, the man work for I his
1 counties at the opening sales at Val- By wife about &ix months, instead!
year, nays a report by W. L. WatI -
UNDER WAY AT GAINESVILLEInteresting 'I son, county agent of Duval. dosta. The Sheriff's tobacco( brought of letuiiK a great State Imitate a

Several growers in St. Johns are i Ian average of $35.75, and the Live FARMER SHOULD LEARN. e-bcater?

I marketing new sweet potatoes at Oak Democrate devotes special space ONE KILLED IT PAYS. union
incusHions l by Prominent stilted :in the conservation of 61 containers to what is considered an excellent advertisement Bricklayers fight masons,
Phil S.
good prices. Taylor the There ought to be
Farm Leaders are Given; Daily of watermelon pickles and county agent, finds that one truckeris for the Florida-grown to THE BEATER IS BEATEN. against arbitration union for the sake of woik-

At the College Of preserves, gren tomato preserves, bacco.
selling late corn at a profit also. TO THE LAST MAN. ing people.
Agriculture okra and figs, says Miss Orpha Cole. "Fine rains this week the : From eight acres, the sheriff expects The bricklayers and plasterers
over I 1 ==------------ -=
"Bread work in the county is growing to make at least $5,000 in gross might ask themselves this qua3-
Gainesville, Aug. 12.--Farmers' and ;" says Mrs. N. B. Carbill, agent in county assure" a good growing season sales. I Rubber jumped to SO( cents. tioo: e

Fruit Growers' Week opened.at the DeSoto County. "The girls at Brown- for citrus,of says Lake.Leo II. Wilson county -I This year's Suwannee crop is said Vint made everybody gasp. Thenit "Suppose; presidents of railroads -

University of :Florida Monday: morning vtlle are doing more and more each agent to be of uniformly excellent quality.: ) went to $1. Now it has reached Quarrelling among! themselves

and will continue through Saturday I .. IlL"Majesty's should shut doers their
week with wonderful reports as to SELECT SEED IN THE -Tampa Tribune. 112. That is because
morning The vanguard of nearly railroads and refuse to carry pas
I results. : HELD AM: KEEP THE I l. British subjects, who the
1,000 farmer and farm women The folks in Palm Beach ctunty I CROP YIELD BETTER control the rubber market, know sengers. How "long
A Talk
With Starke stand it?
who are at the College of Agriculture are making guava produits says Mrs. a public
i how to manage; prices. Railroad presidents are too Intelligent -
this week began to arrive Sun-
Edith Y. the home demonstration
Morgan, (By Spuds Johnson.) for that to.t of nonsense.
American farmers see crops
day afternoon and night Uy: Monday I
;: agent. Man them-
attendance was registered '-rices dropping, and they are always If they were fighting among
night a large The Ozone: Junion club in Pinellas We growers of general crops such uncertain. That is becau..effOrmers selves, they would keep it to tnem-
of the
from nearly every | county is doing good conservation as cotton tnd corn are often urged to I who COULD control tho selves. That is why they are rail-

Htate. work and Miss Luella M Rouse, I select seed in the field in the fall instead Mr. Dougherty Tells Something' 01Int..r"t ;uice of food have no efficient road presidents.
A very Intresting program of instruction agent, says that most of their day of waiting till spring and gathering to Starke i"ulkB.There's oignnization. They have something

amusement and recreationIs meetings are held in the community I' up a bunch of any kind of seed i I to learn from the Rubber Thirty-four Minnesota volun-
nothing m re convincing: War formed a
the Civil
being given under supervisionnf teers in the
the Agricultural Extension Division kitchen. we can find. The sad part of it I II is than the statement of someone ;you Trust and a few other trusts. "Last /Man's Club." The club has
the And Mrs. A. P. Powell home demonstration I that so few of us have paid any attention know and have confidence\ t'i, That's held its f n.tieth annual reunion -
staffs of just
assisted by the agent in Taylor County to this advice I why; this talk!! with Mr. rnvRVierty of At Johns Hopkins University Four are living, one too

Exeriment Station: College of Agriculture says that her club members are busy I Sometimes I think we are a little Cherry stre .t, should be mlirhty, helpful Baltimore's mugnlflclent seat of \ill to attend. One of the three

and the State Plant Board. A making preparations for earlier fall | bit peculiar. We complain about our In Starke. learning the able scientists report present was unable to stand so
number of prominent speakers from W. E. Dougherty, mmntu1, Cherry in the preparation/ of in-
(gardens than ever before so that ,seed "running out" and our crop progress they drank to the last man
Florida and out of state are present St., Starke, says: "I su.T-jd; from sulin, the remedy for diabetes discovered -
they will have some fresh stuff to go yields getting less and yet we are terrible backaches. bitting.
and participating in the program. It was ,difficult: to by young doctors in Can-
with canned goods. unwilling: to take the time to do a get around and I cmikl'i't w<,<.k much
The program IB divided into sections few simple things that we know will In my garden with the trMo! painsIn Ada.The One of these days there actually -
with a general session of all FUNNEI.L: MADE ASSISTANT back. The kdn! insulin diminishes the will be on this earth some
help keep seed and our rcrl'etonll
visitors at 11 o'clock each day President HORTICULTURIST AT STATE to our pure I passed! too often 1 used D"en's Pills amount of sugar In the blood thus last man, woman, or last child.
l Murphree and Dean Newell were COLLEGE OF AGRICULTUREA. craps productive. "We haven't got'time" and was cured of the attack." curing diabetes. From insulin, For in time this world must die.

the principal speakers nt Monday' I IH our annual excuse. Mr. Dajgherty Is only on" of many as used hitherto, Johns Hopkins Science and the Bible teach it.

general session. Dr. II. O. Enwall, Martin Funnell! has been selected !: Field selecting our seed corn cot- Starke pcvzle.1.lu rRJC"t(,"uly: endorsed scientists have: eliminated various
of ton, and potatoes takes time. ThereI Donn's Pills. If y. ur back chemical el ments. One remain What kind of creature will that
and assistant horticulturist the College
Professor of Philosophy pyschol- as "
I i no question about that. It is much I chos-If your kli'nry bother you, ing is called "fraction LZ. This last human be ? What shape, what
ogy at the University of Florida, was of Agriculture, and assumed hisI I don't ; ask highly concentrated insulin injected much will he or
':easier to go to the crib, the seed bin simply far a -Vicv 1' language How f
the principal speaker Tuesday. duties August 1. He takes charge of PILL blood of rabbit, re-
I 'for the shortage house just before we I -ask dist n'tly, for LOANS into the a she know ?
Miss Mary Mime, organization spe- the new greenhouse completed last and tho same t.a.'r.; Dnnt'l:: riy had- d iced fie' sugar in its blood from Will the human race, having
cialist of the Louisiana Extension spring, the lath houses, cold frames get ready to plant grab up n the remedy I ;n u I V Vy ,Mine testi- 113 millimeters per cubic centimeter moved up to the highest possible
Service, spoKo! on Community Organizations" and the horticultural grounds near bunch of seed than it is to pick that i mony. 60. ( iit .1* "Hi;1 tor j. Foster to 3D! within one hour. point, gradually go back to bar-
seed out at harvest time and save it Milburn Co, Pr Tu" ', N.
at the Wednesday session. them. I a'o.! Y. barism at the end as the- individual -
until planting! time. However, the "When Y'm! \ T at. ,-Remember sentimentalist who thinksIt in old
In addition extreme goes
Miss Mims also is taking! partIn to growing ornamentals .. The age
the women's program.An he will superintend tho planting, cultivating time spent in picking out good eoil, the Nmi: a shame to experiment with back to childhood ? *

address by lIon. Cary A. Hardee pruning and training of at harvest time is time .well spent live rabbits would change his

was also a feature of the Wednesday nursery stock used for class Instruc- and will be worth money to us in the mind if he had a father or mother Will the last man know how to

tion and growing of vegetables 'long/ run. dying of diabetes. talk to the other planets, and will
program. I select: seed from plllntI he know just what is going to
We should -
The general session Thursday won for instruction and supply the dining
| that are free of disease and bear K wnl. 1 ( Robert Shrpyer, twenty-eight, happen to him after he dies or
addresses Prof.
featured by the of i'I wilt he be tike ourselves, still wondering -
hall.Mr. under normal condition, beat hit wife in Frederick County
H. II. Hume, Glen St. Mary. Fla., anti,I Funnell! U the son of a floristof well crops to that /Mir> laml. Shroyer was tied to the with only faith to comfort I
our type
W. C. Las etter, editor of the Progressive Huntington, N. Y. He graduatedfrom have as measure selected up desivable. whipping: post, ten lashes were ep him and save him from pain I

Farmer, Birmingham, Ala.J. Cornell University in June and \vc as Uncle Jahn olied to his back, "with a regula- ful '!'"'"irht and] speculation?
M. Patterson, president of the took work under Edward W. White i I Cotton should be qept pure by prei Alnt it funny that so !
This, is many
National Pecan Growem' Associationis and Professor It. H. Hurling of the i, venting mixing at the gin. I of our big, financial bugs was

on the Frldn, program, as well as Department of Floriculture at Cor- I lone of the greatest troubles with cotton born in plebian circumstance i
on the pecan program Thursday.An i nell, who speak highly of his accom- seed. 1 among the common plugs The .
interesting program Is being plishments. I Corn that is selected for seed should I Sunday paper tells us of a Railway -

held dally in the following sections, : I jbe well cared for and kept protectedfrom Baron's climb from down

r LivcHtoik and farm crops; citrus and CHIPS I weevils and other pests. I among the alley rats that L Our Cross-Word Puzzle
I Let's invest some of our time it "shined" for half-a-dlme! Another
nub-tropical fruits truck and
small fruits ; foods, pecans and In building a poultry house, allowI harvest in selecting good seed for the happy billionaire is look-
a ; poultry nutrition I from 3 1.2 to 4 square feet of floorspace next crop, and watch it pay dividendsI I I in' back with pride to the barrel -
and clothing htme
millinery 1
; ; that he slep' in-while the
s improvement.The I per bird.Drinking I I in better crops.PREVENT I other pups was tied! An still This cross-word puzzle was arrangare going to have a little more trou-

foods and nutrition, millinery water on the farm is apt : GLN-MIXING: : AND another heavy-weight has forged ed by William Dowdle. He hopes that ble.with this one than some of the
t and clothing, and home imrovement to become contaminated by surface hla way to : ti .h easier ones we have been sending you.
will like it-and we are sure you ,
I '
programs are under the supervisionof water flowing into the well. Keep I by cleanln cusp stay- you Wj are not( generous when we gIve

Miss Flavia Glcuson and other the water supply pure and uncontam- Cotton growers often start with a I in' with the garnet! will. We will admit though that you I' you Just twenty minutes for this one.
Then-view it from tha other
members of the State Home Demonstration I
inated and guard the health of the good variety of purebred seed and slant.
-wo find some grenadiers
stalT, as well as a number of family by a concrete well-curb and and find that the yields get less from their
that's squandered Inherit
home demonstration I t z 3 .i e r a e. lu
county agents. platform. year to year and finally the cotton ance in half a score of years 1 I
Miss\ Ola Powell of the United
"runs out." Often at the end of a From out the lap of luxury they N
States Department of Agriculture, In starting new dairy herds, it Is few years the cotton is found to bea sputter, flash and fizz, to over- le 7 of ,9
$ Washington, P. C., made an address well to make sure that animals are I come the handicap that wealthy 4 .
mixed mongrel not resembling !
Wednesday morning free of disease. Animals brought Infi'om parents isl! Their chapter of ex-
the original variety.
.,? A number of home equipment prod- the older dairying sections of the i istence makes a mighty harrowin' I
A this trouble is
ults ore on display in Peabody Hall, United States are apt to be affected. 1 i primary cause of tale, from affluence to penury -
where the women's programs aro with tuberculosis or Infectious abortion gin-mixing of seed cotton. To keep I -from liberty to jail. And zv so 5
the strain pure growers of seed cot- then the dls-llIusion-it's too
being heM.lIIarketlnlt'. I I s >+ rsu
farm ton are urged by specialists of the late to make II rour-when we
is being discussed
in the different crops sections and- Bovine tuberculosis, or tuberculosis Agricultural Extension of the Uni- learn! the son of fortune Is the :

V. W. Lewis, marketing specialist of : of cattle is transmissible to humans ver ity of Florida to have the gins offspring! of the poor! ii- a I

F the North Carolina Extension Service especially children who drink cleaned of seed each time before a -

is here and participating in these milk. The tuberculin test will tell ginning of the pure I seed cotton is s'Cjo :

with a remarkable degree of accu- made. 47 -IS N w a, eaA
discussions. L. M. Rhodes state
marketing I IR'r

what have tuberculosis. From one-half third of the
racy cows Get to a
Is also
commissioner taking
part In the program.The rid of them. I seed| remain in the gin after a bale I
of cotton Is ginned If the gin Is pp "eY ra e g9 s0 elas
big picnic Wednesday after- ] A cotton warehouse' ; ; man at Sylvester ( i not cleaned before the next bale is 4 eotirJ"trjP4jr
noon, and daily concerts{ on the Uni- Go., was recently convicted of es es ,
j put on, the grower of pure seed will
versity new $50,000 Dr Andrew Anderson
violating the Federal Warehouse Act I oe i) se
find his seed badly mixed with those
memorial pipe organ are the Farmers and others who store products .
features of the entertainment. Henry ( of his neighbor whose bale was gin- I
b F. celebrated government licensed warehouses ned.just ahead of his, and his neighbor : I
It concert organist be assured that the HORIZONTAL
may provisions who follows him will get many of 6. Spot
of New York, is at the organ of the act will be enforced by his seed. 1. Legal Science 7. Conjunction

Thursday daily. He night.gave a special recital the United States Department of Ag Clean the gin before you start your HE QEy'Jus1"Cwo PERIODS .IN 4. Darkens 8The coast

The Is dcclarrd be I riculture. bale of cotton on, try to have two or ...' WpMA.:, ufS WHEN A t1A'i 0. A vegetable 9. Analyze
program to
of the most successful events of one Its CROP PROSPECTS! IN: three bales to gin at once so it will I ,'E5.. 'T \IN\f\ 5'AVD) HE 12. Make ashamed 10. Before ]

'": kind ever held in Florida. It will i I' COUNTIES OF FLORIDA lie less trouble for the ginner, and ,1 .HE FiC ST IS \'EbRE\ TheY 13. Negative 11. To worship
k..l'pour strain of cotton need 14To accumulate and save 17. A father
close Saturday morning. I CONTINUE: ENCOURAGING: pure. A.R..R.'i" l IJ -
I and productive. 15. A color 18. Diplomacy

CANNING: : AND: COOKING: WORK ', If yields of crops ore to be takenas Tt'OC :-.INL" 16. Similar 21. The back of the neck

KEEPS CLUB :MEMBERS: BUSY a criterion Florida farmer should COTTON: AFTEi nit F" 18. Toward 22. To butt as with the head

''certainly be In good heart this year, PRICESREVEAL DECLINE: M AF<-IEDIt : 19. Name of an automobile 21. Corrosive

Cooking, cunning, bread making ',, says the Agricultural Extension Division 20. Relating or belonging to the 26. Old barons of Japan
J. that there is always something for at Gainesville. Encouraging Cotton prices fluctuated within a elves .I 28. To rescind, as a law

club women and girls. to do in rural reports continue to come In from wide range during the week of July 22. Storehouses for hay, etc. I 29. A pistol (trade name)

I'. communities, is revealed by weeklyrepot" ,, county agents all over the state. :2'>-3l with tho final quotation down< II 23. Prounoun feminine possessive 31. A cruel king (Bib.)

by county home demonstration ', "Cotton looking fire," says a report from 1-2 cent t<- 3-4 cents per pound 25.: To misrepresent wilfully the I 32. Cry

.' 'a.its.' Espciiully through the bv Robert F Ward Baker coun- the weekly cotton trade report of the character of a person I. 33. Knock

.,' "UiimiiM', month canning constitutesone ty agent. "Some growers are already United States Department of Ag- 27. Below 34. Sometimes written for "said"

of the big tasks of the clubs. picking, and prospects are .that griculture shows. This erratic move 30. The Moon's age at the 1st of 36. In the place cited (abbr.)

1 That the club girls of :Nassau mim- n fair crop' will be made this year." ment in prices was attributed to every month 37. Conjunction meaning "in addi-

ty are very busy with their work, Things seem to be on a boom In weather report, which at the end of L- 32. Fruit of ferns tion"

\t'' .;. most of them canning Is shown by Walton county and .T W. Mathison, the week Indicated that the droughtand t 35. To piece out 38. Distress signal

'_ the report of :Miss Pearl Jordan\, homo county agent says that the farmerswill high temperature had been broken 36. Jumps 42. To bear

*11.1 demonstration agent. Mm. Jordan :! harvest one of the best' crops ever particularly in that section of the Piles Cured In 6 to H Days SO.! Tree bearing fruit resemblingthe 43. A measure of weight (plural)

"q,, has dally calls for h..lpvlth the work. t jrrown In the county. belt which has been suffering for Druggists refund mnnry If PAZO OINTM I tNT tails orange (plural) 43. Pastrv (plural)

Two canning meetings held on con- j i The cotton crop of Leon county Is some time, the weekly report says. to cure Itchtaiu, Blind Bltwtllail or Protruding 40. Principal island in Malay Arirl- 46. Nourishment
J. secutlve days. In V"lu
k reached a range of nearly 1 and 1-2 41. Two-footed

I -- -- I cents. On the New York Cotton Ex- I j JPi "" "''''
"Could Better change October future contracts clos- COFFINS & CASKETSAnd 44. The last measures of a song. O N g
Fertilizer Be Made? I W E 0S
fd lilt 24.36 cents as compared with 45. Test trial 0
24.79 cents last week and 27.22 cents : I a Fall Line of 47. Guided THENCE D

We Would Make It" last year, and on the New Orleans cotton Undertakers' Supplies 49. A day on which Courts are not TNT ETNA 6EE
;: Exchange they declined 112 points held E HER NNEH

,',- SIMON PI-RE AND C.TM: BRANDS closing with 23.73 cents as compared! AUTOMOBILE HEARSE! 51. Especially (Abbr.) q O
with 27.19 one I !53.! Propelled
"Time Tried and Tested" ago. Always on hand. The best eer.I ETC
" a Crop Reports indicated that new cottonin I Tie. at the lowest prices Special 54.! Steps t-A D
July let 1923 :New PRICELHT of Regular Brands Just Issued.! Get *
.t same before placing your order. !Send orders for FALL certain sections was moving freely I attention to tI fnph or- ; VERTICAL
now dequlremenls, '
I .,,. save delays and be ready when Fertilizer I Is needed. QUALITY first, FAIR but the demand was not very keen j den. Registered Embalmer. 1. A cone bearing tree 1 rrs i t (: E L E Gr
and in the basis weakened 2. Nickname of famous
consequence I -
jr>i, a president '
, PROMPT shipment '
prices, TJJf fS'UJ':; $ *,R'1'gs"1lI' daring the week. Some reports, Ii r lM ND PqS

: \ E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY however indicated that there was i DeWITT C. JONES 3. Long-legged wmltna bird S p D r A' T

'ome inquiry for fall shipment ST ARKE. FLA 4. A passage for light or air E t.OPE OzoNE
Jacksonville, Duval! County, Florida. r.ep.wtfrc"": dry centers ndicated 8. Indefinite article



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Th 1 1..1' .f t thr Si'iitlien.t. iiuarter and th. EaSt I .iu.It n m.li, iit. of <.rnl. V"II.y ..f thi 9t.to'"r 'I n .th ant ."I", hiuinninj, at aut'svret iram.,1 I (IrillU. 1
.11 if the) Sotlthmet quarter of Section ..1.,1., nn-l' tliiit Dixie Mi.ban and i.iiur, "..f Kirtrrn i lIt and run R..h.. S
Smith. Ranger .' W Meehnn arc each ... .h.n. CrlllNo.. "I!t embracn ,oil.i\ve.t qur
rhirune, TnwniiMn Seven ..II.nl t Forty 40i' ci.t. thence north Mn. .
tin 1
section 311.
trip of land oi nf Ml LouUxfitcinui,1, of Monroe, fo, q\l.rl. tome
Except t. thence
''''' >-t''o Kn.i. a Sl.o West Forty HO) thence
i ,i h."rlh.: s de of the Northweet quarter 01 | 1 ouislatia nnd each .. o\er. the ace t..n."yn. llnmiKon .trv... thence .'fot.. feet South, .hip I ,K:.8I.h R Oraen.'mntfe 21 ca t. 42 acre, aneaa.i
< and the Northeart quai I year : l" in tluiefort ordered that .alc i
tii Vuthiat' iiu.rter .tattiog the "" lIlt feet
I i "'it .the uthn-r.t quarter of about thruiiiren .. .(,'.. d'undantn be and thy nw her*. of Hieabove! "iSL-Forty by Nlmlyrut. lot l nor .', ideate, Nu :.IK embrace nonhweat qua,. .

nl'.n one half acre In the North_' )Iv required to appear to th.. bl., eomrln'n' .0 itiM I for alley l! nurpMM.. ..r nf nirthui.t .,".r.... ,,.I.." II. township
pttionsELUE < ",-n.',. ",f 'Ihe NIhaatlatcr' of the Soull I fiUd, In said cause on or ", ..1.". the Do ai-prnr t the said of complaint on 1. .oulh ranu il ,..t. 40 .. assessed Un <
"th of September !\. I>. I bil
TownshipS day 1t'25. known.
went quarter in Section Thirty-one. otb..I. or b.r. the Seventh' l" of 8wtmbr A.
the allegation of said bill will (rtillrntc No. 73 _*
"n Soul, ,h. Range Twenty-two Beat eon I D II''B. dr.il In dun routva duHn and art upI .b.
--- -______ ___ i tufiuiiK one hundred fifty-alt ana on. bait confenerl by said d.rnd.nt. v.lwtuwr claim or Intrrrat wlilnh you and ..ob quni't""r o northwest qu.r. outhw*lutmiter
u I ....... m.-u or I..... It la further thl order be plb. I of you tniiy have to thv above dvacrlhrd .rt 1.1 2), B. niiuth rang
'1EMIMS SALLIENo j ROSA Z. mmom I tiahcd once a week for four < p"p U 1'n-t. .,1 J. II Abraham. .
one in the world, uml we'd have conlutlv. l "ity. or th* laid bill will tOken w acraa a> .
:Ian | Guardian. of Ida Mar Pt-nnj In the Bradford County .... a 1_, <>il HK.,m.t you. b tVrtlflcniu' No 'lun embrace eaut etniirlliiait
a glee-orlous time I promise you Dateduauct :th.lU5 d.I48t.eISI published In said, County and ''Jii't' further oriler.il that till, order b, ,",." ., of (outhwivt *hl o'n

one will ever know the silonsufi'urino | that but I don't want any uncongenial I j I.At'1 August 4th, 1025. liublbhnl\ one a *yt-ek l fur eight l conivcutlv "rtli. act 'niieiiir: and :.1 no re. In northw
of those few! weeks. I would MASTERS SALE: G. W. ALDERMANClerk I wevki in tl 1,,, Brndforil County: Trlfuraph.I a ,'''.',fl r if .".1 it. am quarter of northeast quarii .
; person cramping my style, so if you Circuit Court ,'kl" of section i7. townhlp e. .outh
I I n.w.patior\ olraulntlon. pub.
wake from unhappy dreams and stnr 'decide By C. A. KNU1HT Starko "rn'ni ...t. 8 acre. M"eunl W. M. Bryan. I
not to go along, I'm off by; Hireby notice (I. given that under and by 1 Deputy Clerk n' .
motionless into the night. One morn- \\lrtu of that certain final decree of tonclosure 11' \ thi;. .bI un"Ju.rld"t OrtlAVntii' No 108 embrace 4Ij\u acres Inoutha
Good-night. I D. E. KNIGHT ..
I made and entered on th. first day 01 .1. elruilt court and t corner of nnrthrad quarter of
mtf" I looked into the mirror and drew (To be continued.) AuBiut A. D. 1025 by the Hon. A 7.' AdklniJudtre Solicitor for Complainant7fl .10 of thin ou.t as well a. hla alsna. atit'a.t.. nuarter, being a am north anj I

buck for my whole face was pale and : :,r the Kliihth Judicial I Circuit Court of I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEEDUNVEIl turn, Ibis the Dili r.. July., A. l>. l9St. townhl.nth hv l I.j ,ncrv, rut ami west. section I'. i
Florida in and for Bradford County i In Chan.c.ry ". w. ALDERMAN.t5alt .outh r.,1 22 raM, I acres MX 1
'inl Thou. Tltoo.
and were
drawn my eyes Circuit Court
In that certain cause therein pendlntt txtwecn ,
lusterless and gray. OLD tho complainant the .ttiUur. Laud Rank STATUTES C.rl \ Ordor fertinritlu, N,.. 1 1(1:1( : embrace outheut quirivi ,
J1..rld ,.f Ulh'.1 quarter suction II. township :
of (Columbia a corporation nnd th> defendant By C. A.
During those days, I stayed away; .1. T Reddish and Lawtey National Fan Hereby notice IB given that N. D. Wan( Deputy Clerk. 7. .',"lh rat.",, J2 cut assessed I Unknown. I
((Note Repairmen undertakers etc. ( .... No l 156 Lot I feloak JO
: I".nun Anftoctatlon. n corporation\ 'lha undei I wright purchaser of tax tale certlflcatoinumber A. 8 CREWS. .rtll. .mbrc.
from the plant. It was my desire to< should have this reprinted and postec H uned upoctal mnter In said ....... appoint d r..t..I. Ad and 142 issued hi Solicitor far complainant! 7-10-Pt-IM !In ", ,'"" "xcopl ..t fe. ..U0"iiHiumti 10

bring; more gladness in those people's: ...110 execute ..Id decree, will on Monday the the Tax C.I.I. lradf..r County FloridaSaid L..t Two Ul and Four I 141.' anil a trip < S.abt
in prominent places It helps bust Tih day of Septmhi. A. D., \\\lt\ during the 1923 and N..ilt7 ,inl.racu eant JJO feet .
meager lives but now that my own ness.) U...nl hour of sale thereon, before the courthdUio base .nl.1 tn.f>.. ., certificate In my.otflc and NOTICE .AIILC\TII'I'UR T\1 DEED ,of, .oulh 'liwn: :: fu 6.t. 'ii.nlheut i u otoulhv.e.1 j
chance of happiness had definitely; door In Stark Bradford County, FlorIda. .. base m..I. for t. deed 1 loiufl : niiniter. and ,, : In.outliHtvt
Always drive fast out of alleys. aril tho following- dwcrlbod lands situated. In .ppl..llon GENERAL gTATUTEg 1'11 ,-",.n.r.t northw,* of
fled, I was unable to put any joyousness Always race with locomotives to In Bradford County. Florida, to the hitfhs! I Fald ctrtldcato. respectively embrace the Miiiiliiiui' .,"nh'r, bo,IIB lid( feet WMl .. w.'

work. And then the cash to-wltt. ( .. Florida. liy Itt fen niirth and outh, auction '
; into the on mid bent bidder for folio wlnit. land In Bradford 'o.n' Hereby notlo I I. alvn that L. II Hill 8
crossings Engineers like it it break: i>urehn luwnnlilp K eouth 22 ,, ,
range .
; Went half of Nnrtheant quarter of North oeffsed at the date of the isauanoe of such >. iicre a
that had been of 'AI. certificate ) \ 1
afternoon of a day particularly 'er tax numbered iv. .r. id J. ] ThomuMin.rnliM .
went t J". To11hip 8, Rang< herein
the jucliun the respectively
monotony of their jobs. 'quai'tr < certificate in name .
1HO. 141. 57. HI. M and 117. 1",1I' !
Ellie arrived. hoe. .th.ly I NuUI cnUflcnli. b. I n.il to.lUldlnii .
sad, KH Rant containing 20 acre more or after particularly1 set forth to-wltt. of .h,1 .I.v v
Always pass tho car ahead on Said pale to .bo mnde pursuant to and fothe Certificate Ht embract south wont qnarteiof C"I.I. Ir.M..1 County.I'lorldn ,. IIIM. tax dei.l liiwi.n UD
"Sallie I've come for you to < nf the nld ,decre will 0. Said ..tl..I.. ll"" and tin I 'th day of Aturtut. A. .
IrO satisfying
curves or turns. Don't Use your horn purpoae Norlb..t '," section 10. to..n.hl i 114 ilnted and ,
boloS aid oortlIlcatee Wltt'ne signature
.r' 'iTt-hal' 1 l
n'y and .eal I
"fa. ... 1021. !! : into .
21 40
acre: *
abroad, she announced. because it might unnerve the other i A. a CREW .Ih Mill rnntiv. numbered HT. (It, 07 being dnt tin I lllh tiny of A. D, K2*. '
"That's sweet of sport butI Sited Master In Chancery.n of ",I July 2. 102'1! I hap fill laid certlllealea In Jul. 0. W. At.CCI.MAN.
you fellow and cause him to turn out too Certificate No. 142 embrace south .

hal offlco and baa mnde for lax Si'ai ,
I "
K KNrfcHTSolicitor my .lrDlul 'I..k Circuit Court. '
southwest quarter of went b..lu"
this time.
I can't ..r. ileeil to iMiie In .
for e.ordnn. I
Complainant. south S3
section 6.
far.Demand 3,1. rantr lurl'
"And why not ? I hope you are not* half of the road-the mid g-T-Bt-P.. 20 acre*. annroaed township I.lsil 11 PI.krlu. -1 Said .o.rll'.I' Uradfortl reaiieetively CoilQly embraces, .'10.1.1.lh.rnl."n. *. 7-l7.flt-a.i4 By C. A. K IGIT. \
IAn" lerk.NOTICK .
gains to spend your summer fussing die half. Insist on your rights. MASTER'S SALE tlnlrsn onld certtflcntea *, issue,.d..0 thereon aa on at th. date' of the tn.uanca of ..uohcvrllhcatea 1"'u1
cording to tax
law. d..1 -
with those smelly kids at your father's Drive fast on wet pavements. There the ITth day of Auiruat. .1. D. 1025. In the n.m. rcap.cttveiy nerln ,
after particularly forth towlttTtrttllcat OP APPIICATIO!
art FUll T"* USED
pant.: You're too young Sallie, is always something to stop youotten Notice .to hereby given that under and bi Wttnecs my ofTlclnl Iirnature and seal this No ISO embrace north half of >Rlt HrCTHIN: 57 OF TUKtiEEIt.tL
srtUe of that certain Final Pucre of for.closure .- the 14th day of July. A. D. m'S.O of of l'II
besides no one should take an interest a heavy truck or a strong curb. W. ALDERMAN. nlh..t nuarter oltlh.nt quarter r\TUTta ,
made and rendered 6th day olSeptember. .
on uunrter section 12. town.hlp B. -
in the poor until after they're seventy Never yield the road to the car be A. t>. n21.! by Honorable Amos ( ..1) Clerk' Circuit Court.County'Bradford, Florida. south,.'.n". 22 east. A acre, .,,.Frank lleuby notice' I. iilvoti that N. IJ. Wain. ". i'

five." hind. The driver may be a rumrunner Tewt Judnrt of the fourteenth Judicial Clr Dy C. A. KNIGHT.7.17MR.14 Stnll.nl.Certlflealo. urluhl lr, t>iirrhn.er of part of eniC I
cult of Florida. '! A. V. Lano jude No. I4R embrace south half of rlificate.' nimibertd repnellvel, 843"'e SI4 IU.ueil :
"But, Ellie, you don't understand,'' being pursued. of the Eighth; I''iD'r": ( it iwtng dlnqiiall-:: i _Deputy CI.k. north hal of .uuthwent quarter of snuthrsptquarter. by the ran Collector of U.dfor ,

tied In that curium, wherein the Fed'eml Un. B, .nuth range Florida Knul ,
New drivers should practice In the cause NOTICE OF *PPI,ICATION FOR TAX DEED .Uo. lown.hl. COlnly .rlI..I. J
I replied."I Land Hnnk of Columbia, n corporation 32 .. ,10 acre ... 8. Ditrllnir.Certificate JH brlna dnliil ,Inly 4, nrttllcnl.numbered .
like my work and anyway, J 1 heaviest traffic. It gives them the ex. !I. complalnnnt. and C. K. Seep, Nettle Rapt. CM>FR 8FCTION STATUTES 575 No. B7 cnibrnre lute B, 5. II, 13 lit liemu, ilnl.-l .hI.,| I. I Hiiin, h. '

they should have. hid wlt The Lnwtey National Farm loan In Wmidlnwn. Bi wouldn't enjoy a trip to Europe just perience Aaiioclatlnn' a corporation I J. A. Howe. ThConflolldated 22 cast, 40 acre. ....,d J. It. Wll- applleatlon for tan ilivil to issue la a*. 't .
Always speed; it shows people you I Naval Stnrra ;'' ''. hereby notloo (. eJvcn that T. J. Alderman Ham,. oonlanc. with law. .

now. arc a man of pep even though an amateur pora Hon. and! R. .T. Futch are 1.ran'lan... purchaser nr fax *nl* certificate n.mbor Certificate No. All ,embrace lot AO In WnmllaMti. Said oertltlcaui rewpeetUely .mbr. the
"Why ? Because Curtiss Wrightis the undendirned will ntTer for site and will respectively 1M. 117, I1H (pnuvd br T. neetion" 1A. I".n.hl. B. south range. 22 following, lanito In Bradford ,. i

going to marry Anno ?" then she driver. Hell to the hluhenf enl beet bidder. for caflh,. Collector of Bradford County, Florida. tnt 10 acre a... ..! (]. flhermnn ou.oesd at the dat* ,,f the Inuanc ofIO. ,, )<
: Never stop, look or listen at R. R, In front of the Courthouse door In Stark, cirtlflcatf numbered 2flft bring. dated July 4 (',' ...* No. 114 embrace. lot itt) In cei, tlficatn In thu iiainiM ruepin;lively hereluafter -
hurried on in answer to my look of Rrndford County Florida. on Monday the "T'31 and said eertln>aten numbered 117 and, \VniMtlawn., flection 16. town.hln It. sooth imrllcularly. let forth to-wlt, .
"oh its all over the state by crossings; (It consumes time. 7th) surprise, Drive confidently just as though It'wnl houm, "r *mN, >. fir "111* PIIMIMO, of ...1.- In my office and hav made applleatlort lIaise. quarter ot ('llhw.t quarter, .ee .1
now. She shouted it from the house fylnir aid Final "" ....... the following. ,descrlb for Ins de,'d to inmio In ,accordancewith Cnrtlflear* No. Al .mhrn lois' BH, fill In lon 18. lownhlp,. 6. ,".th rang ii east 20 .
the minute he slipped her the there weren't eighteen million other .*,t land. tylntr and bring in Bradfonl' County,. kim.Rnit \Voodlnnn. veetlon 1R towndhlp B. nntith. *. ...,.il Mm. Nannie' V. Handley.CertlllcaU *
tops cars in service.In Florida to-witt enrt Ideate* rmprrttvely. emltrneea the range 22 ea.t. 20 acres. a ...ed C. J KMtonllnleu ) No 210 oinbrace north half ofoiithwiat .
1'111Depend on Anne. Anyway, East. half of northeast atinrter of aouthea following land In Bradford County, Florid, .aid certificate .hnl h* redeemed quarter and .oiithiut. quarter of ,.t,
Unit's all the more reason why you wet weather always drive In .t Quarter, and north went quarter, of north- aiuuwaed at the date of the trolley tracks. It's smooth going and coat Quarter of .notithtn, quarter, and ...t ...11..1. In the namt pecUely' herein .in 'the 34th day of Auiriut A. D. 1926. raniie til ,ast, Lilt i.en. aueued Co. 'I
-huuld chuck the whole business and half of Houthwet qtmrtor nf northemit qnarter .rtl..ln.'y' pet forth towlttCertlttrnte Wllniva my olTlelnl, .1.n'\I., and ...1 thin Itimuia, rarm Land Coruormlun.UnleM .
along." out of the mud. of noiilheaiit' quarter., Section Twentyon No. 268 mbracea all Hock itS tho 22nd day of July. said ocrtlHeale, h* rdemeil an- "
come Always lock your brakes when 1211 South half of northwetit quarter olKouthwe In L T and Company'. aubdlvliilon of northeast O. W AtDFRMAN.Siall cording ta law, tax deed l .h.1 luii on ,
I thought for a moment. the .t quarter, northuont quarter olnorthve.it quarter of northeast qunrter section tn. Clerk CI.ul Court Bradford the 21th day of Annual A. D. '
"Tell Ellie what are your skidding. It makes job more ar quarter of southwest quarter, and township ((1 south range 22 east awrased G.K County' KlorldnBy Witness my olTicliil: pignature .nil meal thl

me, tistic.In southwest quarter of .vmitlmeNt quarter. Seetlan SnrltCertiflcnte C A. KNIGHT the ttt! day of July A. l>. \*M.a. .
plans ?" .. weather drive close to Twenty-two ((22) : the nortb..., qnartwi No 117 embraces f.,tM 5.4 or -21-HI.X-SI Deputy' Clerk %V. ALDRRMXN. '.
sloppy of northwmt ,. half of block' t)4. L. T and Company'
Monte Carlo- Biarritz of northwest qunrtir quarter wept I Seal) Clerk Circuit, Court. Bradford
"The Riviera- pedestrians. Dry cleaners appreciate Section Twenty-n-ven ((27) : all In Town.hln subdivision. of northeast quarter of norlb NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED County, Florida.By .
-Ueauville and Cannes-all the Rye <11th. South Itanire Twenty'two ((22) ennt cant Quarter section 21 township A. south UNUFK SFCTION 871 OF TUB O. A.
wicked and it. of tho Tallahasaeff Meridian eontalninff. 110 range 12! ... anne.sed Alex Merrlck OENEKAU STATUTES J"Iterl ,
play-places that are Always use a "cut-out." All snap acre more or ire.. Certificate No lit embrace north half of I 7.IHt-s.2 -- [

smart. Why not, Sallie ? You aren'l, do. R. A. GREEN. hlork fit I.. T. and Company's aubillvlslon of I Inorth..1 Hereby notice I I. liven that D W. Moore, I i
py negroes Special Mniiter In ChanceryR quarter, of northeast quarter, auction Mlrchanr of tax sale .. niimbriliipertlvely "I'rK'1 S"I.I t
happy here. horn the I ft, smith ?2 eaat .tn..l. f
Never sound your on M JOHNS 24 towttpMn range M ,
?" 1 I Il. 14H. 179 lu.d by Notice I. hereby Riven that uniler and by
to chaperone mlalnant. 8.7 Ie.4.MASTER'S ed R. M Elleraon.TTnlesH
"Who's going PnUettor for ( aen
road; save It for use late at night asa I aald certificate l>e redeemed ac Ihn Tax C..I.lor of 1.d.r Fl'rlila virtue i>f that certain final ,irer.. uf forwol" '.
asked. homes have .10.1 Said .In.n.. b July 1. ln.11.nnd ma maile anil. r'nd"re" on July 27lh. A. I)..
few deed thereon ,
doorbell-very SALE cording to law tat on
\ 1..1. he ,. rtlficaUa In my olDieani I A. 1. Adkln. of the
I IIUI. by Ju.lxe
Sallie what's happened A. ) 1028.Wits. 1".hl.
Lord the 17th day Aiiicuat.
"Good ,
guns. I ; signature have made apiilleatfnn for tax deed to lHUI I.- and for Ifradfard County
... seal thi CI..ll
to you? You oughter give your hills. It show Notlc*. I In hereby given that under and bylrtue my official and > in aecordanc with, law. 11 that certain' ..".. wherein th.Ilinilfunl I
Always pass cars on \' of that certain final decree of fore the 14th day of July. A. D 1P2SO Raid certificate n.|i..lv.l.. embraeee the Oitinty Hank. a I I. corn.painant .
friends notice of the change. Chaperone you have more power; and you can closure madu! and entered, on the 6th day nlMitruat. W MERMAN. ,I following. land. In ., ,, '", Florida. anil Paul Vnletle .0..r.l.n.. Velnlt

? This is going to be a pleasure at the .\. D 192ft by the Honorable A. 7. (Seal Clerk CI..1 Court. ItradfordCount Florida.By aMimaed at lb, ilat of the liuiuana of auhcrtlHcatea ils I wife, ere ,defendant, the underaliineil a*
turn out if you meet a car Adklna one of the Jtidife'n, of the eighth Judl v. In the name rmpecllvely horeInafttir Bimetal Mauler' will offer for aale ant, will ,
trip. top. I clal Circuit of Florida In and] for Bradford C. A. KNIGHT.. particularly let forth to-wlti for ca.h to the hiuheat bent 1.1,1..*
"Oh, I know I Bound sissy but if Take the shortest route around left County In Chnncery, In that certain cati.. 71.MS.1 Deputy CI Tlc. Certificate Nu. 147 embrace ton acre Ine.utha.t .1 front uf the Court house .ne. In ..
therein pendlnir between the complainant I ..r".r.' nortliwvt quarter ofaoiithmt Ilindfiiiil, l.iiinty, Florida on Monday th. 7th.
you'd had your name dragged aroundIn hand turns; let the other fellow watch Bradford County nnnk a corporation, and F, NOTICR OP APPMCAT10V COti TX HEED quarter. belnic 51)4 feet east and lay uf Haiitcniher. A" Itun durIng lhIfwal .

the mud like mine, you'd hesitate I' Subt-r and Mary Snber hU wife the undnistirned UNDER PFCT10V B71 OP THE wePt by 7.1. f.>.>t north sot 'olih. ..eetlonto. nali. fur 'Ihe nurnoie of ,atlefyiuii : 1
chance of it hap- out for himself. Special Master' In nald ..n.. nnpolnt GENERAL STATUTES 'ios I, miiith, ruiiKu J!.i .aet. |iii( _. ::' iiuh:1: : Uecrt'i':. thi.: fallowing Heaerlbeil
too before you took a Never look around when you back ed to raocute said. decree, will on Monday the'th aueued C. C. GrlfTI. "r real ,sInt,'. Ivlnir tielnit In It..Mor .
ening again." behind, I day of Sentemhi-r '\ U U 25, durlnic the Nntte. I I. hereby irlven that T .T1derm n, CertifIcate, No. 14H tmlir.cn north of eiiimlv. rlorMn, -ant
Iiyou'll up. There is never anything legal. hoitra nf lain thereon before the court. pureham of part Ta. Certifleate No tlft. outhweat quarter of northeast h.1 Lola' ((25)). Party (HO) Forty
"That's just one of your moods. you. hot.." door In "Starlet" *, Bradford County, Flor" dated the Itt, ,day of July A. I). 1021, haa nl- I ton iii. townflhlp fl. south range Q'.Arlr.! .80 ono ,idl ), anil Forty-two (ill In Woodlawii. /

come along with me, we'll have shots of booze will make I Ida. ..*H the following dreriheri landa alttiafc oil snid ..rtll... In my . A few In Bradford Count Florida, to the highest .
Princes ed appl etlon deed 'to IHHIIA In areorlnn"ewith No. 170 embrace met IS 1-H (5)> South It.n.. ((11)) Eut.Thu
dreamy-eyed dukes and Indian ; your car do real stunts. For permanent -' bidder for eoah. to-wltt law Paid certificate, embrace the M- I of nuthen qlAI.of aouthweet leu I above I, according. to plat nf ,.aid oe** .

trailing us all over the world, Sallie, result do it often. 'I Tho Northwmt quarter, tif Southoant! quart.! Iwine devorlhed property. sltuatrd, In Pra of the Rnuthwest. quarter, nf Section 85. Town. ford County. Florida to-wlt I "". lowiwhln, 7. .,,.' rang *a.m.. aarue ,ulili'"v rtcoulM of llrailfnrd county Florida '..
they'd all fall for you. Think of moonlight .h p ft. South Rnnr> 22 Fn.t, and containing Southweat, quarter of southwest quarter ofsection I ..rd J. V. Jon. 2 mid, l ntalntnir. l I'orty ((40)) acres mON .*

on the Italian Lakes! Please BAKEK COUNTY SLAYING 1 1" nero more or lei. 2B. township S. south range 23 part, I .c'ln..I., N. llll: embrace leflnnlnil at loa
Said sale 'to bo mode, pursuant to and for in HP IP*. The ftnld tanil: being i anaetseil the ",. I"Mt corner, of southwest, quarter of O. HI. KNtnltTIperlal ,
ionic. INQUEST IS CONTINUED the .ntl.ra" Inn of ..nl
I contemplated the plan. R A. GRKFN:" name rtf Columbia Farm Land CorporationUn' thence outhwmt UU' feet to i.ut .Id, of A S. CHEWS ,
dull Jacksonville Aug. 8.-After taking Special M...... s ald certificate shall be rfHleemed act- rnlluny ",.ht."f.. ... thence rthwvat' on 0,.1 I.'Ilii' for riiiiiiilaliiant, (-7 5t- -4MAiTEIfa
Why not? Things were i: M JOHNS cordIng to law. tax dei, d 1 will I lnnn<. thfnim on rlvht-u'-way 411) feet thence northeast 8St.

enough at home. Ellie painted alluring some testimony, the inquest at Mac- Solicitor for. Comnlalaant. a-7-Bt-tM the rih day of August A. D. 1928. .hl.1 fcit i. north line of said forty thence *.t BALE ,

that in the old days clenny yesterday Into the fatal Wit neon my official sliinatiir, .> and seal 2H4Vj feet to beginning section 8S. townshIp -
pictures MASTFH'B! BALE the Hhd.rof.Tu,,. A. D. 1025. 7. .outh, ranir M east, aerea, ...._.d Notice I. hereby ulven that undi and by
would have been the quintessenie of wounding there lost Monday: of Mrs. O. W Af.DERMSN" James lottie.little. I virtue nf thnt certain I Plnal Dean nf for**
RobertL. and > Clerk Circuit, Court I .. .aid certifIcates clnaure I :: made ami, rendered' Jim 28ml. AII
Lillian Rhoden, 42, for which Hereby notice I. .given that under by I 1..1' r"o.1Cun'y. .hall be redeemed aecordlnir on -
J joy. virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure Ford.. to law. tax de* wil
"Your father says you can go. Sal'lie Clayton 21 years old i N held, was mndr anlniered on the Mh day olutriint. fly C. KNIOIT. the 17th day of A..u.., D. 1*2I.Wltheu the .1..1, lOad rd wiun

I've him. Dr. Gray though! continued indefinitely. \ ,\. D 11)35, by the IFonorahle A. 7.. 7.17.M-B.H_ mr olTlelal, ,((nature and seal this .ly, In that certain ease C lieraln th.Ilinilford .
seen Daker A.I kin*. JudfMt of the tClffhth Judlelal Circuit. .- the Nth day of. Jut,. A. I>. loss County' "vI.I. earn
:you needed a change so if you turn Sheriff I,. W. Jones, of coun- I f Florida. in and for liradford County In ORDER FOR rVBLICATtOV O. W\ ALDKRMVM .'tu, ; iiunt and .1. yR.'I"< J II. arei.tianta.
Times-Union this news I' In that certain caua therein pend. ( Circuit Court I I lie ., ,i an Aiiccial' Master,
thi chance down-you're n goose ty gave Chnn..r. (1.1 'I.a Im"nrolCo"n'
lie said the Com"I.ln.n" The FHeral In rlroult Court EIghth. Inillclal CI..I. ,'.. will offer fur mile and, will aell for cash InIhn
That's all."- over telephone last night. Land b..n of Columbia ..nr".t..n. and Bra
do expect to be the investigation probably will be resumed ntrnintt' the defendantH, Jeff o.ln.. At_ N. Hull complainant. 7-17-Bt-f.H 1 fort Uotuit ilmir Htarke, Irt"r *.ount.l..r.I. *
!lOlong you I im J. A. Howe Effte The I >1y I. .. un Monday the Ird.. ., AuifuatX
away ?" later this week, although no owlln... Company a corporation and n.ri 1(121( ilurlnjf the legal' of

sabe ?" she turned her eyes date was set. Clayton I is still beingheld the Lnwtpy National t F.r Loan. AI.ton. ...iiW.. Col*. a al d.r..ndanl. NOTICB (1 GUAUDIAN BALK Tor lh.I: riurin., uf ,N.tl.rylny i"I:; I"r:
"Quien a corporation, tho undersigned, TO REMOVE Ot'lET TITlE "''', t Ilii. fulluwlnu I, ,lraCrhiII mil, eatate '
romatically skyward, "there's no rea..- without bond. lie claims self-de in snOt cntiiie, .polnted I c'..>.1.1. decree DILI. AND 1.010.. .?. Thirty ,I. after ,I.1 hereof I the under- I iinil hiilnir' In: llrnil/iird ,',,uti it. r"orli1.| i '", 1.;<
I'm it is said. on Monday 7th day of Sop.temb.r. .., and Th' North halt of the East half of th.noiilheaat 2 .
son for returning as long as tense .'II It appearing from the alleeati"os of theowrn : .1.n.1 Ou..t.. Ctl Whl.b.,1
my D. IOU, "urn. the legal hour* of Runlro to the iiuarter of ..U.n Tlrru. (84)),
amused. wale before ",' .. door in8tnrl bill or complaint I In the raa .1 0... Gerdlner. County Juilira Town.hln, su i IU.) Rn" T.n'l.t_
Nothing se'ms. to spoil a mosquito's Ih..n.. County. Florida. .. the that The age rasidence of ( .b.f.ndnntOorirc lonor.hl. I U2i t Raat eneept threfn the
"Eilie I hate to see you go alone. < Br Cola : of
and in :,,. roim nf n .iniare 'In the HouthoMit earner
10.1. 24lh ilay onler 1
concerned it's nppetiti1.Isn't r"lowln. .1..1" Ilne .In. hi, I to-Ire, _, lutatso. and .assigns ; M. I 'r' 1r1 fi. ; an to sell .. ContainIng
"Oh. as far as that's tee.
for h. acre more or
nnd bidder co ilot. It.II.n. Thlrty.nv
nothing go chasing around Europe strange how you buy a B4 ftfl SH and 5!) twl Twenty. tit I In. InratM and awltn" K. to-wlt i 1>. K. KNlGirr
1 Lots 8 and EIght uf Block
Two In the
l.tnn t' n
thee days without a body guard. phonograph record and in a few and Lot A. 11 and North 24 In I Ur, new all In Townnhlp 5 South hi-lr. dovlicra anil n ..xr>. an .1' Plo.ld. A R CKRWM
Lot of do." "ide. is the best. ? Station Tw.ny.nln. la In the acenrdlnir ti map and plat of (itld'
girls ;
thor. ,
day the other I Ranuv 22 Flint aa ahnwn on map of sail unknown: person I II. recorded In the I'uhllo Recorla, of the C .'h'. Solicitor for Cnm .lo.nt 1.7.1-1
,. to complainant. Inn aert-
"Yen, but there are girls and girls .ctlonn Tnwnshln and Rantre. a, of .0.0 r iIriIs. known whom wnnM lilnil thoM 0"1.,. at fltarke.' County, .
ice of a sul,00.fla upon B.afo,1 FlurI.
of Clerk of
'n the office
The scholarly type, for instance are i .nld County, and State, In nk CI.ut. ...... 1 of >, 'l I.ndnn' And C. Rmlmnn J"n. a.1 Thi. Ra.e day of : ; D 1025. D. OKDER roit PUBLICATION
You and, ., 91it I'n-mn C. Jonr hip wife of 101 FIg R&U.\1'111'
: .
always safe. You are not. 0I i H and plat : at<1
/A Srseet !Breath I ., t. morn ". i UM. Ineliivlinic on.half an'.lnln. all N. w Orleans A'.'. of Louflana aol lh GuardIan for Ceci I ,. I In Circuit, ('."urt. Right J.dl.I.. Clrtult.Hrmlforil .
I are different. There's om n- .1) uttlnir, streets or roadways are by folloulna n.mP f-ndanta. ,\. II John.. I II 7.J4-M-H-2I. MinD.: Cuitnty. Dial' of Florida. In Chan-

d"finableomethlng about u- that intireats I at all times I nurpoment of the I..rtl. thereto to b. forever llvlnv I hi, halm. davluMand I eeryc. .
/ :: anil 1 thltn* John I NOrlCR OF APPLICATION FOH T"-"
;Vn I* opt n to public travel' I : 'i : W Dunham Complainant
men. I've gotten to the point II i L n where I hate it. Not that I'Ianv I 'thntinoHf* of In... the said decree with Wynn and Con 'riE C.ENERAL IrATV'rFt ,I' 'I l ftatn"t nl Defendant.It .
II i -M lj'o John. trhini ivwldrnc 1 Is un- anpearlnir' by .'fhl..1 .ppnele la Ihe
raving beauty but-I moan thi" Kl I -\. S CRFW3 t:.. to .lorry M John I t tl\lnff and I Notice I. hereby given that n 0. Colaon hill flInt the .,, .) .. U. C.Ravn. .
lie I wish to goodness I had beer Special' Ma.ter In Chancery dp.'l. thOu to A II. John. Rl.rk. K!.riit riurehenir, of tan certificate No lIt). dateithe ... the.ilef,.iiilniit, 'therein n.md .I. nonre. -
,- I I I' F: KNK1HT; AKa Knmry and rharlry En.. ". hr 2ml ilny of ,\u..t.\ D, 1020 ha. filed .I.I.,nt of .i.. Alate of I" h. I I. a
born plain." I Irltnr for Comnlii'nnnt' sistaPUBLICATION -. nf 'IncluonvllliFlorida. heirs of J.hU.bnd'l .niil certificate my ::: and baa maleaipiit'att.n ,..il, nl of llendrrannvltle. ,"' .. North
"Oh. don't now, Sail ,... Ymi'l John : Er\ln John. If using and for tax deed I IMII, I In ,aeeordanee fnmllna' and I. over .
no you I I ORDER FOB thin F.lloaheth lohn, widow of with law Rnld certificate, embrane the yi'm. It i I. therefore o ,j".T.ttr.y: non-
nap! out of this and bo the
bright and the life of thi- putt;, In rircuit, Court. Elirhth Judicial Circuit, Horl.ln. Ovid John., nf Bmdforil County. Florida to-wlt i, ,"i, ,,*,ir to tile of ampl.lnt fld In
eyes I I I I'riiiford County fltniiof. Florida In Chan- .bn.. whom adilmm T.'I I i'a 'it 111k.' II In Ward l City' Section ". mil cnuae, on or I.fo. .,. Jay
II T. 10 E. ,. A. *. olh.wl.e the af-
right on. known. Irv.na R.ynolil, and L. A. "if q.| mher, D.\ mil
"No there I.m thru I P"IK. F.'l.'rnl Land Bank of Co'"mhr.' hrr himband. of Ixiulabrra Slat of *iCarnlfna. The .aid. land helnit a,, ied. ,t the date of i.vatt.ns nf .al'I \ wi. I.k.n.. enn.femieil .
you're wrong I n corporation hvlra of Kevin John. Annla R* I th.. iMiiancir of .ueh flertlflcatw In the nameofFliireim by .aid .
No matter what happ r<. I'll ntt'rgo ... P.ltit., widow of E E John,, dtcxiwd. and Ward Unless paid certificate, ehl| It I. further ordered.th.t thi. order be ouh-

back to the old days. You'd bo sur- I If J Tho man. Emma Thorn.. J..r Smith, A. M..ettit. her hu>band. of Ualnxvlll. l I., retleemed according to ism tax deed will ?ll.hed. once a week fur rot. .. ... .. W..IUIIn
: c;,'nl. Smith and Lawtey Farm Florida. F. M. John. end CliarUy '"hn. orS" lee", Iherei n on lh hat day of August, A. the Rradfnnl County Telegraph a nwa
priied if I told you that I haven't hada : Ii Loan Auociation. a corporal on. Defend ri.. Florida and Th.lma William and I D 1V2B.Witn naiier publUheil In .Id County and fltato.Thi. .

cocktail smte.' I ..aw V >', ."., A. J William. her h.whand. of Alachna .. my official .Ivnatur' end seal thIs August 4th. 1021.
fag or a i I' Appearing by affidavit appended to the roun'y Florida h.$,. of A If. John throuallB the 2.ih day of July A. D. I02B.f fl W Al.nFftMlN f

la-"t." i t i f.1.! d in the ahov..iitj.. cause that JvrryMh r John d a..". and to I aura Con W ALI'KHMAN ____ .1..1 Clr .,l| Court :
"Dn know more ftini" Alter c.tinft or mwkla&Wrliley's \ l 0 r nn,1 I Irnl. Smith, .ml?.. two of the and Msr.aertte.Con. address to un. Clerk Circuit, Court llrmlfi.nl' I Dy KNIOIir. ;
you any fr*'h
jokes?" I and rvreetrn* lx breath. -I i 4'nte of Florida but are eonctwlinir them- >. If To J.'T John. I If 1.ln.. and If 7.il-llt.6.26 A. I .nyw.

"Cross my heart. It't been nmti'hand I Nerved are soothed.throat I. -i<,',< ni' C and nr that that pmreaa each of.them.nnt.b over.erv.the d upon*.. deal ,it I.I.d..d aitt'ge'I Jake In John.acid wom of bill .of FIori.ta.stii earnplatet -. NOTICE OF APPUfATIOS FOR TAE DEED Hnll.l. .. __ 4.741.5.4ORDER

months." refmhed and lilgotlon idea I f1 It la therefore ordered the : nr ;
iHinty-one yer that to all unknown or In Till '
"Well dear if the Riierdoesn't ,' I So eary fo carry l liukpsckftlWiEYS I Ii that, aid, rentnVnt defendanta be and they are named hlra whole ., .hi.. all_ unknown (.KNKHAI. BTAfUTEaHer. FOR P" LCATIO'
my hir< >by r.quired' to appear to th* bill of com In the ntat of
appeal to your puritancai i,,nint, filed In aid CHUM nn or before the that there la of no parvon.uhpivna upon whom by ni.lle I I is given that T J Alderman I In C ,."I Elahlh Jildlelal Clmllfirnilfonl I
nice mis"iun- th toy <.t September. A. D 192. otherwise'h Florida, ,hind the service amid ifef.nd.nland a that It "punhaaer of tax .ai, *.. '. numbered r.rti.'" of F..rlda In Chan- rL.
Ideas, perhaps there's ,. .1'.lon!' of ..ld hill will he taken M wnul' I lh complainant that the nn-nril reclKely 300 u, jo, 20. 8D, 72. 10*. c ry.I .
believed l 151. l its. 107 and 11 I" W Ama,.,, Compalnantv
.of. ,1} by Mid defendant I by the
ary course-: *. intereatad n the pro *rty l.u.1
I I i ,It H further that the' order h. pub i-omiilnlnant Tolleeti.r of Bradford ..\ ". Florida Said *. ,.j 1Siartiaret
"Oh Ellie, you go to the heuce i"-h. -I 1 r.nof* a ..0..0 four con..".. .. voh-d Dr.t r.ut.know and and by illllmnt : r.rtlrtcnl.' numbered 200 being .. August WI..n ami' her hiwluindJ
that h .
laughed. *h<* Bradford County lirmph a newanr been able to ascertain Znd. IK20 and said certificate I*, : f
1 I ; .-r published I I In paid County and State.Thfa and Inquir h. not, whoa 2n. 22. .1*. VI. 10*. 100. III!. numhor. cmi! It In'rR. appended to the
Sallie 21
kiddding of th defendant .., that Mar-
h "
"You know I'm any In
I --'aymfol/"j Au..t 51 h. 112. In il,i.al ' "s.d unknown. II.d W. Wllaon.
really think you're fine. I haven't thc after W. ALDERMANClrk I. a a the complain In In my ," ,. and have mo.Plleatlan Wi."n '
: Clnrntt C".nBy t 1 I. .n."o! by the, .. therein named l are nDn.I"nl
want t." .. krli. there, are f-r tat .1 In aoeordanc. 1
strength.of character to even C. A. KNIGHT I 1,111 copl.l..t that h vp with law. I" ,,f the nlate if Florida anil their .
through If." : "EI.LtIS.. Deputy Cl rk.n pctiKina Interested In th eelS nroprty In' th ,.nkn"w. and are over the ate nftwentyline
change. I'll go flirting NOTICE: APPLlf'ATIOS TO KNIGHTSolIc .01.-! In thto ,uit, Sam,a and see or .rtl..t re.neell/ely embrace the yea'* It I is thereforerden
until I've completely beaten my wing, ORS INTEREST IS LANDS.nr1rt I E I sees. and whose rMMn ar* unknown t ffillowInK' B..o. County. Florida.aue ,> d that ..Id non-realdenfci dfendanta *-
for Complainant74t.94 .
tnr ii>d at the late of
relief ht
out against the flame. In the end. ni:, : :-. ,i. henhy ,lven that theo and unisr.gnd. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION t .nm"I.ln.nt.Int :.and. known In paid. 1,1 unknown pray pr- after In, the n.m.t'respectively kereln. near t,, the he and Mil, of are omplalnt hereby required filed. I In to paid MP- ,

one will want me and I'll look like II I as 11".rdl.n of the p.n u..peny 0'- sane p.rl."I.rly let forth tl. "50' on or before Monday the 6th day
hEIr .
aw C
". or hIS May P5005. mInor a I n or m thinir. Eighth JudIcIal CI.It.Hraforol al.. tl
hag. But let me tell you this 1.1. M.y P.flfl D".uod. rind hilt 0' her In Circuit Cour I THEREFOIUJ If quarter of "rth. 'IU. .and Lots 1, 2. of .aid bill will be taken 'n'.1 Gy =
oftirtfr'I of Florid. In I.'n.
,J.c'.ud. lab Co.n. St.t C. tbl o.d. .1. 4. eeetlon 22. township .
she dramatically. "I solemnly ,,-anIfaih.r, Ely MI.k. d,ad r..t orderthe 4. south rang It ,lefendanta.It .
paused FlOt''l5' will apply to thiI .1 cart lilt .* .. accessed M.I_. .
C"ltnt. aformld. ManufaoturInv order b published
.. named I I. farther ordered that thi I
like they Jade.of Complllncotn dAf.n.lat. 1
swear I'll never come back I Hon.r.b1., (;...,.... A l1.rdl"er Ca'inty 1"Wv.. ceased ay : all rompan one. week for eight conaecutlve week
om. hI tht pn ,
bIA .
., Count. FIorldL .1 oh. c.n..t. No I* embrace east
with skinny ostrich B.d'ord and quarter County Teleeraph. a
do in the movies, a I -rd., on .h. 26.h day "r Sttmb5. L. Warren. a.1"! nr.dul .t.v. t.m. quarter of nOrthwest ._ llreiiford .
s-. !" the b* u ta complainant quarter 'published In .aid County and
feather in my hat and a cough'That .1 I \ I) 'l 'I. at t o'clock p. m.'or aa eoon '.rn. by .rnd..1 .t S.l- all i whose name to alleged! a* : Ian 1 IT. townehln 7 .outh caste ID ...e 10ew August : I
for authority ta bill filed prMn : 101
heard .
was Ellie. Always she s.* .... can b* which Freeman end .b. .t" B. whose rwldWam la byond th. State of aMeewd K Pruning.Certlikiat. W. *
Tri"t beat prl lie
for 4B
I ISIS I No ID embraM. Illlf: of
r at till Warren. tX jauntily
and went I-n h.refor. all the I
the side ,
ridiculous I ",.' ob.n..1 rljht. mn..I.t.W. the thereii h.relnaftll' proprtr. or any Bart northeast quarter of northeast quarter and ,
of the aald minor In Mehn d.f.ndat .. north half of northwest I %4t.rk.I
on, defiant and unafraid. and intereSt land .Ituated In Brad.inter. named arc of of Via.. i.her.of. lyln- .. In Starx. Bradford quarter of ttortheast'iuar'er
8".ldn. lh .
I foPwtfle. Hewrlbed ., FlorIda VacrlDd follow : of nnh..t quarter, lection I I D B K'IfR'y
continued"I'd Itlii ant I !! ant .
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she h.b.nd To'inty.
.. .wI'lI .
"All Sallie B. .
right ford Coantl NInety! feet town.hlp range 21 a.t. an. a Solicitor -.3I
thar I ond, ,,01..1 .... .1'1 the West: Fmmi't Freeman ant Lottw* W.ma .. Forty feet ta rather have you with me I : A "no..nth ,-. I


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.!I. Htitute the foremost activity at the 1 1I are guests of Hampton Hotel this
Bradford County Telegraph present. time does not mean that FlorIda week. -

--. --. ----.------.. .- ..- I is not attracting a large number I I \Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rhamc havea
of permanent homeseokers. Nor does new daughter, who arrived last
Published weekly and entered as I it mean that if the "boom collapses," Tuesday.

second class matter, at the post as is frequently predicted, it will

office at Starke, Florida. | leave Florida as a state a suffurer| GRAHAM!

from the reaction. Florida has advantages ACRES
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=== 14.-Rev. of 2000
Graham Crosby
E. 8. MATTHEWS..__.___.._.______..OwnttManaging that are distinctively her Aug.:
| Starke filled his regular appointmentI
I, i. C.: ROBINSON--: __ ... Edl"' .. own. She will always be great state I I Saturday and Sunday.
I and pleasing place to live for people :
I I children !
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dyal and -
who love that kind of a year

! PUBLISHED EVERY I'RIDAY | 'round. climate Atlanta Constitution. -' here., of High Springs spent Sundny ,,,

-- Gordon Kirkland and B. J. McRae, !

, Per Year .__ d' __ -_ .__ $M/>0 ', State millagc for the next fiscal of Woldo afternoon.Mrs. were. visitors here Thursday .- Located in the Famous
year has been fixed at 10 1.2 mills, n Strawberryand
____ 7Bc Nona Dyal and baby spent the
Six :Moi.tli., -_ _u on reduction of one-quarter of a mill an
I 1 mpared with last With the week-end at Sampson City with he'1
year. '
, great increase"In the assessed value parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown. Trucking section of Bradford
i Mr. and Mrs. BUI Price and little
of property it was fully predicted during -
the session of the last legislature daughters, of Bunnell spent the week Will sell in small I.
that the state millage could be reduced I with Mrs. Price's parents, Mr. and County. large or
Mrs. Dan Byrd.
i at least one mill. Increased
i Mrs Henry Padgett and little daughter -
slues by the tax assessors, even with tracts to suit purchaser
Dorothy Lee, are spending H while
a onc-iinitiT| of a mill reduction, will
here with relatives.
\ 1 not r>ruvo a saving to the tax payers
Miss Margie Bower of High Springs
i I ,
f I the state. The property
+ s returned to her home last Friday afternoon
?wnrr will Jay more state taxes for
after spending few days
11926 i I! : than he paid for 102 t. The state
No. 4934Alcmhurship : nf Florida will collect in taxes for the here.Mr. .
.. HighwayAssociatiuii \ and Mrs. Awbrey Tyre and
( 'in > n next fiscal year more money from the $35.00 PER ACRE
) I i Misses Ella Odgen of Gainesville and
than him before been
tax payers ever
--- I Eska Gower, of High Springs spent
collected in any one year, notwlth-
Farmers and trw' kit. lire being I Sunday at the home of I. L. Oirden.!
reduction of
| landing the one-quarter 1 Duffie left night
entertained in the UniversityCity Abernathy Sunday
royally i mill in the state tax rat Suwannee for Palatka where he has accepted I II
this week.-0-S I County Democrat. I I I I employment. One-Fourth Cash, Balance 1,2, 3 Years

-o---- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wasdin and
!Marion county hoc a no-fence law,
and Alachua IB preparing to vote on I Now that the $140,000 road bond daughters, Estelle and Evelyn nf

the mime question at an early date. I Issue has been validated, Union coun- Waldo were visitors. here Saturday .
ty Is in n position to proceed with its night. I II
-0- of building good roads. Several Prices tehse Lands have doubled
State road contractors are learning program | Miss Mattie Ogden and Rub Dyal on i
from experience that the new state Important roads are to be ocn- spent Tuesday in Ilish Springs

road chairman's middle name in s true ted through the county, among i Private Avery E. Dyal of Fort since June 1st and will easily double

ability-to nx'curo action. I I them being a rond from Worthington! Scrlven Ga., arrived here Tuesday to ,
-0- I Springs to the Baker county line near i spend a month with relatives

"Evolution and Bible In Convict," Sapp, a road from Providence through Miss Minnie Ogden spent last week again before. Jan. 1st. These landsare I

ays a Gainesville Sun heading.,! The I Lake Butler to the Bradford county I I in High Springs with her cousin. Miss
line at New River and road from theColumbia
a Marge Bowen.
blame should bo placed on the linotypeand
not the convict. county line down the Southern Miss Leila Dryden was a visitor ti located two to three miles from

o railway to be known as the Polatlcu Hampton Sunday afternoon.

Only few weeks before Florida Short Route, it is announced. I Miss Thtlma Dyal, of Jacksonville,
In addition to the several trunk lines. Starke.
will again have its army of limousine was a visitor here Sunday. She was
riding beggars. With their cars I a number of laterals are to be built ; accompanied home by Miss Gertrude

stored in the north, they have easy that will give Union county a fine ,Wynn! who will spend a while there.

pickings. in Florida during the sea system and place it in touch with tho Vivian Saxon, of Hampton, was!
outside world in a way that will here Sunday.
son. greatly aid in developing some of the will
There be a cemetery workingat
A Lot Angeles-woman lost both best farming land In the state. Unioni Mt. Sinai graveyard next Thurs WRITE WIRE OR CALL
i Is a now county, but it is progressive day. August 20th. Everybody comeprepared ,
legs as the result of an operation to
and its citizens are awake to the advantages -
for the day's work.
flesh from the ankles.
remove surplus I of good roads and will have

;\ '.i: There is one advantage she will now i them now that the bonds for building . e e *
,;. have over other women-she can have them have -
been va1idated.Tlmes.I -
\ her ankles made to order. I .
i'i'0- -0-- C .

4 A defaulting public oflloial\ of Spain I HAMPTON: C e . r
has been sentenced to 308-year I
Inspectors of gasoline pumps some
term in prison. Thin ought to teach Hampton, Aug. II.-Mrs. W. P. welcome
times find they are as is
him a lesson for the future.-Mount | Dirt and children, Marvin and Florie-
unwelcome at places
Dora Topic. He'll probably turn over belle of Alachuo, county spent last they at other are times. Several have Florida -:- Phone 99

t'; a new leaf before ho guts out. Saturday, and, Sunday, with Mri. Birt's already been found l delivering! pumps short ,
-0- \ slHters Misses and Ada Nimmo.
have been ..
0--i measure but not a few ..
Alienists testified to the sanity
The revival services here have
found delivering too much at a loss
: Russell Scott, alleged murderer, and.
been well attended this week. Among
i to the dealer. Some pumps show from
the jury found him insane. Reputable
i witnesses told Bradford county I those who attended from Waldo were: eight to ten ounces too much gasolineIs __ __ .. .____________ _____ n__ .._ _. __ _ _
a. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. McCauley
Wesley, delivered. At this rate if gasolineIs
1 jury a reckless driver wan drunk, and I'( !Mr. and Mrs. PeShn. Mr. bought at 22 cents and sold for 2.; the tentative date set for adjournment I -
the he Some
jury said was sober.
juries consider witnesses as usless Longbottom; and Mr. and Mrs. Mcade. cents the profit only figures 12.6 per and there seems to be no chanceof I

ornaments in a court room. Mrs Hugh Norton, of Clearwater, cent. getting the expected decisions until GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

IH the guest of her sister Mrs. W. S. after the vacation period.At I
Futch this week. Everyone has been expecting that &. RITCH
Now that the contractor has started
before the
two important cases
on the "dark stretch" between Highland Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Taylor left this Supreme very court would\ be decided before the close of work today the Starte j i REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

and Maxvillo on state road thirteen week for Arlando, they expect to adojurnment of the court for the Automobile Tug Department mailedout I INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE,

the only remaining "dark make a tour of the East Coast, and summer: vacation. The Nichols case 227.482C tag which indicates the ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE,

t stretch" between Jacksonville and I visit many points of interest before was looked for as win another case number of private passenger cars now i BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
Tampa Is In the city limits of Gaines their return in Florida. This gives an automobileto
which i i. of great interest to the Internal -
ville. Outside of their lenght these I Miss Elsie Dirt, Mr. and !Mrs. R. L. Improvement Fund Board. The every five and one-half people in I MADE

''t "darks" are twins. I Birt and children, Kecth and Evelyn,, court has already run over July 2o: the state. I

-- attendee! the revival' service! at Department - -
i of the Agricultural -
Although this is midsummer Inspectors
practically Mounteocha last Sunday.
for all'
it Is surprising the amountof I Prof. W. O. Duvall, who has been SpendadelialatrulIIeekLnd samples secured are required if the to owner pay asks .

automobile travel still going southward teaching In the Gainesville is visiting is made of
for payment. If no charge
through this city. There seems,, here thisvcek.. the sample it does not effect the liability J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
to be no end to the tide, and the Mrs. Theodore Clemmoni. of South in 'lNAu9lLstli in case the sample is found ille

through trains are equally as well Florida, who has been the guest of her" gal.

loaded. It Is said by many that ac- sister, !Mrs L. A. Wynn, has returnedto ne INSURANCEAGENCY
commodations lire frequently hard to> her home. Florida prisoners are given every

%t get! on trains coming south because Miss Evelyn Dirt III 1 spending this opportunity to make citizens of them-

of the continued travel, which is usually week with her grandmother. Mrs. "JhfTnotheeCllyoiameritaWlno xelves. The work on the prison farm, ESTABLISHED 1886

o \ very light at this season of the. Crosby, of Alachua county.R. hops and even on the roads teaches

.' 'ear.-Valdosta .Time*. L. and J. M. Kile both of Miami, JJIt: real trades, but their greatest lesson

: """ have purchased Hampton Beach. They is one that teaches the obedience to STARKE FLA.

''Ii Don't forget that the county that are going! to enlarge the pavilion and 'ViJlI anin rules and regulations., The first years I ,

n '.: gets the publicity gets the business. make added Improvements by beautifying a prisoner serves he is given 24 days ,

,1- That the county that gets the advertising the surroundings.A. ) time for good behavior, the next year

W '...M1. grows. That advertising a M. W/liams. was a business visitor ; I ::111 i(! days and 12 days more each year ,
Is business, not child's play. through the tenth After that .
; county a to Starke last Tuesday year. -- -- ----

That your property will increase in Mrs.! J. R. Colley, of West Palm each 15/ days served Is counted 30 cost about $2,237.59 or approximately The satsuma is one of the leading

.' value when the outside world knows Beach is spending this week with Come to this famous resort days provided good behavior is report- 4 cents per capita. "fruits of North Florida. It is a supplement -

\. your county l is wide-awake. That people her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. F. Hous- Matanzas! Day anti the Atlantic ed. A man serving 20 years with good of the round orange. Its season -

from neighboring counties will er. Ocean. Enjoy the heha\ior would be released after serving : There were 1,861,897 gallons of min overlaps that of the round orange

come where there is something doing. Miss Julia Maxwell and cousin, cooling breezes bracing salt a little more than 12 years. eral water from the sixteen commer- i{ producing center. Other leading

That the county that docs not seek Miss Lucy Fox, both of Jacksonville, air, refreshing and Invigorating cial springs of Florida sold during I I fruits of North Florida are the fig

something better than it now has is vl.ftedIlRIl\ Maxwell's mother Mrs.J. sports surf-bathing.. And, "Old Summer 1Vurld"charm ,,f C"v. .John he W.liked Martin when had he a signed type 1924 for the sum of $133,357. This.peach I pear grape, plum, persimmon
going to lose out.-Suwannee County :M. Maxwell.P Mining does not show the amount of min I and blueberry.
thirty diplomas for students in the
Democrat. J. Pearce and family returned eral water consumed in the State as _
.;; -- from Lake Butler last Tuesday, where "iinvncr school of the Florda State it does not give the amount given During 1924! Florida shipped 4,412

I' The time is at hand when many a they have been the guests of Mr. Magnificent Beaches ( Vega for Women and twenty-five away at the springs and at health re- carloads of potatoes. The old crop inn

farmer Is patting himself on the head, Pearce father Wonderful Surf-BathlnQ fum the Unversity of Clorlda. The' sorts. This amount is seven times as measure determines the trend of

because he began early and fought the I Mrs C. H. Chesser, and daughter Historic Scenery nacres. offered were Bachelor of !Scli much as sold in 1920. the Florida potato. Often the Hast :;
'iand Arts and "teacher" L. L. de-
weevil vigorously. On the other hand 1fF.. W Easton left last Mondav ings crop overlaps the early crop of .f
1,. the fellow! who did not is beginning to for Detroit. Mich., where they will Summer Coif I re.some, "life certificates" wereiiiid The .springs from which the water South Carolina and Alabama. This
ioe the dollars\ slip from his sight. IU visit Mrs. Chesser's daughter Mrs fj. Pt. AllUl'tlno'l hospitality I I .1 which, gave the life.right to teachi was sold were located in the follow- proves serious because the freight;

may raiie coton but the weevil is. sure W. !Shaw: I I. one. of Its Ito hotels riironttiorttAtfid. i I rida" schools for ing counties In order of the amount I differential is favorable to those j

: to get the lion's share unless intelligence Dr. Mlddleton.: of Starke, was n and oilier nccomoiliittnniar. 1 T R Royall has just returned from of sales: Volusia, Duval, Hillsboro, states and new potatoes are obtain-
&. r. A and energy headed him off. prnff...iomil visitor here this week. nf the beat. That I"" ,m-ptvtion trip through Alachua Pinellas, Pasco, St. Lucie, Nassau, able cheaper.
nt (Corn
'; Here, too, experience Is a dear teacher I Mrs. 1?. T,. flirt has at her guest tiierce Cftnmbor will gladly ; i ',1! 1'ixu- counties where he reports! Taylor, Manatee, Putnam, Dade, Santa -
':: to him who knows more than the thin. week, her sister Miss Attic rive you rates ,and M I forge upplv of game and far too Rosa and Bradford. Four-fifths of the pecans grown in
thousands of successful cotton raiser Gooshy of Alnchua county. any you other JfBlro Information 'i"ah illegal: hunting. He expects! to .- -- T- the state come from the Northern

of the eO\lntry.-lIolmell County Ad \Mrs Matilda Green of Miami. Is Write today. 'nut enough wardens of the Game and Of the mineral water sold from the counties of the state.

vertiser. the guest; of Mrs. Tdolla Priest this Address: I "fn -h Water Fish Commission into springs of the state, 63,000 gallons

j -0- week CHAMIIEHOK I the territory to protect the game and of it was used in 1924 for use In making CRAWFORDBARKEROn
: Growers of fruits, vegetables, and \Mrs. W. B. Alexander has as her e 1 mforio. the law. soft drinks.
other products In Florida are protected guest this week, her mother. Mrs. M. COM M F.itCFr.0.fez033 + I I July the 29th, Miss Amelia Barker -

against becoming connected with T" Maynard of Alachna.. : : w- The Andrew Arson Memorial and Mr. Pete Crawford were unit
In 1909 when the Florida
dishonest or poorly rated commission. \ W. R. Hutchonson left this weekI a Or'an at the University of Florida''' ed In marriage in the county Judge'loftlce

ti merchants throughout the United I for Jacksonville, where he will\ spend io-.t $30,000.; It was given to the'n't'r.ty Exchange, one of the leading coop at Starke, in the presence of a

States. Cuba, Canada and other for 'the summer with his daughter Mrs. A SEA-SIDE CAMP \ by Anderson and was just erative exchange in the state, was small circle of relatives and friends.
sign countries. This is done by the I Crlr lne. completed, this summer. organized, per capita consumption The bride was attired in cream silk

State Dureau of Marketing which I I \Miss. Jeannette Durden, of Tampa, FOR BOYSLET of oranges In this country was lace, with accessories to match, whlla
maintain a complete record of the has been the of her The first census in Florida was taken thirty-seven and the price per box the groom( wore a neat suit of blud
|I uncle. A.A.
was Today
commission merchants of this and in lR 13, the year the Territory of per capita con- serge.
Durden. Pop Work. Inc.. St. \I1I1\18.ln., !bids.mainamo .
other countries. This service is free I !Mrs D.V.. Moore, of ThereMU. attended a Ijo.oot. camp on Anti !*- Florida was admitted into statehood. sumption is sixty and the price averaged After the marriage they motored to
to the farmers and they can at I land. .ompl tIjr equipped with patillpn, kltob' for Florida citrus fruits is the home of the bride where fV Y
any the revival services here thisweek. ...._
vn. Ueping quart.m. bath hoiiM There were then twenty-seven counties I
box. Much this
time find the rating of any commission light, pun wtr and competent .k.r.Oeran counties made 12.60 per of increaseis spent the evening. Later they left
merchant by asking the bureau. beaeh and rtwr Bathing. (t1I':;, ca- but only seventeen due to the work of the Florida Citrus 'for Lawtey, where they will be *t
I Among those from
Gainesville whonttf'n,1etl n..ln.11 bop omanlzattoni, dull aeertditoil .census returns. Estimates placed thepopulation This
_Eustis Lake Region. church. 'nrvlce s here thiswoek 1 and properly' ponjorrl. ar. Invited to then at 70000. Exchann t.itcment was home.
m.** application for u.* of this' property. : issued by Commissioner I.. :M. Rhodes Their friends wish them much happiness -
--0- were S.: D. Wills, and ...
I fnmilv. .\ddr Bojra Work. In.. or Ch b r .!
land : TV taking of the census of 1943 of the State Bureau of Marketing. in their future life.
That "peculations possibly cons Mr..7. :M. rile and family of :Miami (omm rc* t Aagutin Florida


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