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 21, 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: UF00027795:02295
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1879. SubscrlptloPer Year $1.50: Six Months, !5c:.-I Payable in Advuiuv._ : E. S. Matthews,

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: of Great Commoner I II ,\. II. Johns of Starke, To Work Under spear or !gig, dynamite trap or place I UoldiniCH in Bradford 'nimty of Ap.proxlmatel.t ; .

. Organizes National Committe. One I For Bryan Memorial .1( New Fish and Genie Law baited, or hook use in set bream hooks bed for while the purpose bedding 1 I Champ Life Saver I II 2,11110er.) .... Sold By $/ :J

Thouxand Dollar Prl/e: Already Offered of hooking. sturgeons. Trout line A. J. Tlioma I.tlulIl'ut., for .. ;
A. H. Johns last week received his About iUOOOIlO.OOII1t1l1lf ,
for Best Design. Favor Florida may be used for catching catfish uf ,
Site to A\i/id all Controvrsy. appointment as deputy game and legal size. ,
fresh water fish commissioner from '\ the larger realty transac.
No shall obstruct "
New York, Aug. 19.-A nation wide .J I B. Royall, who is at the head of the obstruct person any river, creek or lake, by I..olI. < taking place this week waR the.

movement for the erection of an extraordinary state's new force for the protection screen, rack, wire or otherwise, or I -ale l h)' A. J. Thomas, local agent for
memorial to William Jen- >If t'"ih and game. While Mr. Johns MwilUnv-IIopklns. of the remainder .
place dynamite lydilito ,
nlng Bryan, at Clewlston, Florida, wat. appointed from Bradford county, cartridges; cannon-cracker, or ant ,.,f the company's> holdings In Brad- '
was announced today by Miss Dioncs- [ 1 hits commission is state-wide and he other explosive: or throw or place ford county, approximately 2,00ft( ',
Evans of I IB required to check up on all reported for I
sa Bryan god-daughter the A acids, lime or Alterations, discharge; HI i en, a conouluration reported to
late Comrrorer. Miss Evans, whose violations of the law and make or debris from mine indm lip !about $100,000.00 The transaction .
a.iy or
home is 8636 Garfield Avenue, Minneapolis I arrests wherever necessary in any berries, or sawdust, green walnut was clo..e".dm'.dn. ', but the i',
arrived at the Hotel Ron e- part of the state.Commissioner walnut leaves, creosote or any deleterious mimes of the new owners were not divulged
velt, New York, to establish a permanent I hoyai is to be con- substance Into the fresh waters the deal being/ handled thru '

organization for the project. II gratulated on his selection of Mr. of the State of Florida, wherebythe H syndicate operating in tho state, '
There I. to be a committee composed I Johns as a deputy. Being; a sportsman fish therein are, or may be, In lioudud by K. M. Johns, Starke. I
of conspicuous leaders of himself Mr. Johns I In aware from his! jured. Nothing In this act shall prevent ,I Those lands are located northeast
thought, industry and finance from all observations in the fields and streamsof the release Into streams of Water 'and northwest of Starke, are In the
sections of the country. This incorporated I the flagrant; violations by hunters slightly discolored heart of the strawberry and trucking co"
by mining
Uionessa Evans; of Minnesota operations -
I committee will have general i god-daughter Bryan : of the late and fishermen of the state laws for or water escaping from such "Buck' McNeil, dockmasler aNew section of Bradford county. While i. '.

charge of the enterprise. I Wm. Jennings Bryan, is in New the protection of !tame and fish. The operations as a result of providential York, Is the champion IIf.aaver. ; the property Is not In one body It Is ...;ti
There l is to be a contest for the most I j York organizing a national committee logMature of 1025 passed an act causes .' II. has been decoratebymany ,, well located and adapted to develop- .J 9
appropriate design for the memorial, II for a memorial to "Bryanand "with teeth In it" and for the carryingout nations for his courage in mont purposes, that being the reported ,
and already Miss Evans has secured Faith." It is to be erected in of its provisions men have been No person or persons, firm or corporation saving human life-with BOW i use the owners will make of their
a donation of $1,000 from B. G. Dahl- Florida. Already a cash prize of appointed( in each county of the state shall discharge, flow, drain nearly fifty to his erodlU! purchase. i

berg of Chicago, to be awarded for $1,000 has been secured to be with state-wide commissions.Mr. I, or deposit oil or to suffer or permitoil I I I Other Acreage Transfers. I ,
this purpose. The funds for the awarded for the best memorial de Johns states that the provisionsof to be discharged, flowed or drainedor NEW FILLING STATIONBEING Other realty transfers of considerable >>1
erection of the mounment are to supplied -I' sign.5 the law will be carried out without deposited upon or into any of tho RUSHED acreage, as recorded In the '\
by the children of the public I I I fear or favor, and urges all sports fresh waters! either from or out of 1 clerk's office during the past week \\I.
and Sunday schools of the countryin RECKLESS DInnER TEARS UP I men to acquaint themselves with the any vessel, barge or other floating Work on the new filling station, are an follows: '
dime contributions. Charles F. j BRIDGE ON STATE HIGHWAY i provisions of the 1025 act, extractsof craft, or wharf, mill, factory or other corner Call and Temple, is being rushed L. It. Hill to J. E. Murphoy, Madison 1 I ,)ttt

Daly, President of the Liberty Nat- which are given below. In addition establishment or place whatsoever. to completion all rapidly a.. possible County, N. Y., 345 acr-s 21-5-22, 170 'I j
tonal Bank In New York, has promisedthe Henry Hill, of Waldo, Wrecks Bridge \\o the sate law, certain countiesof No person shall place any selno, carpenters now bonT! engaged In set acres 27-B-22, 302 1-2 acres 28-6-22, ': ;
services of that institution as custodian '! Railing and Overturns in Canal I the state have special acts for the gill\ net, or any kind of net across ting the timbers to support the roof. 70 acres 33-5-22.! : $t. I
of these funds. presflrvaion of game and fish, Clay any river, creek, lake or other fresh The main bo>Ty of the station, Is finished 'v. j. Redington to Soulham, Inc. .,,i

Miss Evans proposes that the me- I Henry Hill colored, of Waldo, in ; county's special act prol.ibitlu* the. water-way for the purpose of stop- ready for the plasterers and I IInd Roy F. Hicks--30ft acres 33-B-22\ ,
morial be built in Clewtston, Florida, company with three companions, two sale of fish caught In any stream or netting. It shall be unlawful for any the ouulllfinlt.h.. Three pumps hav.. 482 acres 34-5-22, 420 acres 35-5-22. I
on the southwest shore of Lake Okee' women and one man, drove from Wal- lake within that county to any person person, association of persons, firmor been set In place connected to two r>!>5 acres 36-0-22. t
chobee. Miss Evans that she I ( outside A corporation to catch any fish from lur-.' ttoraife tanks, while th6l'lnstnl-1 R. I Black 1
explains do last Thursday on state highway residing of Clay County. to Fred C.-'MilleI' and
selected Clewiston the for his ride these laws in book the fresh waters of the state with any lation of tho'air and water G. A. Burns Miami I
as place 13 and after completing soon as are printed I -7700 acres 20 to .
the monument of her late !god-father, [ through Lawtey smashed through the form they will be generally distributed seine, net, trap, or other fishing devices advanced as far as it can be carried :SO inclusive In 4-22 and in 3-K-22. .:
first, because it is in the Commoner'sadopted on Wateroak canal on his return -t trailing over the state, but special attention except a hook and line or rod. until the arrival of the balance of tho jequipmnt. j R. L. Black to Krud C. Miller and, L I\i :'c-..' ..
and second is H. called the below and reel, between the first day of I I An automatic electrical G. A. Burns ,
state It a demolishing the railing on one to provisions Miami--35HO acres In 1
beauty spot to be favored. | lide' end turning the car on its side which have been in force since July May und thu :ilst day of August. j I ly operated air compressor will Clay county. I" .j
"The proposal has met with such In the shallow' water. The men escaped I lit: No fish trap shall be uned or fished i part of the equipment. hI'I I R. L. Black to Fred C. Miller ant $

enthusiastic approval as almost to'' serious injury while both wo- | All non-residents, or persons not in any of the fresh waters of tho I; Two wide driveways opening( on O. A. Burrln, !Miami' ( -730 acres I In ,
sweep me off my feet," Miss Evans I men were more or less injured, one living: in the State of Florida; will State of Florida for tho purpose of' both strets will facilitate the handlingof / Baker county. ..
said. "It is true that when I propos. I| suffering from a broken arm, shouLJ-I have to secure non-resident fresh water catching any fresh water fish. customers. Thirty light around the I Will II. Ilossmor, Dubuque, Iowa to )
ed Washington' D. C., as the place forth er and a dislocated knee. I I I fishing license to fish with hook No person, parsons, firm or corporation i awning will be used to light the ex- | Columbia Farm Land Corporation ,

memorial, I found a number of objections -| As Henry explained it to the judge, 1 and line In the fresh water of tho shall take, have in his or tenor of the building nnd tliu drive- Jacksonville--Tract in Sec, 23 Tp 8, J
Critics suggested that any I when arrainged before him on a State of Florida.Nonl'1'lIldent their possession, buy, sell or offer ways. | It. 22, Tract In !Sou. II, Twp. 8, R 2:1.: '
effort to secure a site at thq national charge of reckless driving, be was recovering -I hook and line freshwater for sale at any time or unnecessarily E. II. Smith stated Tuesday that no Tract In Sec. 1, 2, 4, 0, 0 Twp. H, R.23, :
capitol would produce a suggestion of from a spell of sickness and fishing/ licence In any one Coun- destroy any of the following freshwater I expense will bu spared In i' Tract In Sec. 1 to 7, 11 to to 18, 20 to : '
political significance. The monument I was too weak to hold the car on the ty shall be two ($2.00) dollars. Non- fish of less) length than net the filling station with eqIlIPPlnll// 28, Inclusive, 3:1: 35\, 3(5( Twp I II), R. 2'J: "
is so great and broad in its conception road, and likely this same weakness resident fresh water hook and line forth as follows Catfish, rough, ten venience for the traveling public. 21lI'r"\ 11023. Trnct In Sections 2, ', .
and in its meanng, that I thought it made his big foot step too hard on fishing license for the state shall be ((170) inches from tho end of nose to I II 12, 21, 10-23. '

would be folly to assume any hazarjs the gas. : |ifivu ($5.00) dollars. Judge's fee fork of tail; Speckled Perch, seven OI.HON_MORRIS.. | Tract In St-c. B, fl, 7, 8, 0, 13, 18, 19( I
of political controversy. Moreover, '! twenty-five cent. (25c) for each II- ((7)) inches from end of nose to fork 20, 23, 30, 31, 82, :.10.-8-2I.
the fear of partisan obejction brought It was reported to the sheriff's office 'i cense issued. Non-resident or Alien of tnil ; Bream, four ((4) inches long Tho many friends in this city ofr r Trnct: In Sections 12, 1 IT; 19, 20, 2fl, t"
that he had forced other almost
forth the additional fear of sectarian cars ret II fish dealer's) license shall bn from end of nose to fork of tail; black Mrs. Bessie Morris, daughter of Mrs. 2!), 32, 33-0-21. *
discussion."It into the ditch to avoid collisions fifty ($;;0,00) dollars. Non-reiident Buss or fresh wter Trout, eleven ((11)) M. A. Stokes of 337 West 7th Street, Tract In Section 61021.

was logical, therefore, to remove and after the Dodge had failed or Alien wholesale dealers' license Inches from end of nose to fork o \..JoiJ.I deeply sympathize with her in the j Tract In Suctlonn' II), 21, 22, 27, 88, 'W
and wrecked
the undertaking from all politi- to( dodge the brlndge was five hundred ($''00.00)) dollars. Nonresidents If any such fish measuring less than death of her son, Colnon Morris, alCe,11 20, 80, nn.H-23.

cal, partisan' sectarian; or other criti In and the canal, the sheriff in was the notified or Aliens are required to pay I the above size is caught, such flub I I II 10 years, which occuVred In this city: ( Tract in Section 16, 18-0-20. I 1
cism. No one could possibly object to Henry was placed county 'i ten ($10.00)) dollars on each boat op. shall be immediately returned to the this morning at \0:43: o'clock after aj i T. J. Al.Urnmn. to A. W. SlrlnufeU
the selection of Florida, the state of jail and tho others given medical at-I'j I I crated by them. water while alive from which it was I brief Illness Mrs. Morris' husband, low, Gainesville HCft acres till-il.( l I

the grea Commoner's adoption, as tention. I All residents of the State of Flor- I taken by the person (or person Tm>nias C. Morris, father of CoUon, I 22; Si>f. 11, IS, 2.-., 82, 83, 81-7-22))
the cite for the first memorial to be Both the car and the bridge railing '' Ida engraved n fresh water fishing for catching same. died three months ago In Tampa, and Sec. 8. IS, 2H-S-2J. S.
erected his will have to be rebuilt, the bond sale shall the following license since his father's death, ho came with N. '1'. Ititch et als. '
to memory; and! thus pay : No solnes, gill nets, stop nets or to R. A. Weeks
u trustees repairing the bridge, while Boat license dollar for boats him mother to reside with hU II'tlLAII, I 120! 6-7-20 13S:
Florida was chosen. I i are one any kind of nets shall bo fished in acres acres 0-7-20,
S Henry will pay for repairing the car under foot five foot mother, Mrs. M. A. !Stokes. Holies'. 20/) lot.* 8-7-20.( Tract
"My vision of this memorial Is twenty long or any of the fresh water lakes, river, In 7-7-20, Tract
S ;i clear of any thought' of sect, or school, in addition to repairing a hole in the beam: boats over twrntv fet long, ten creeks, or other fresh water ways in his mother, Mrs. Morris and bin in 8-7-20, Tract In fi-7-20.. 40) acres 8-
fine and forfeiture fund to the extent cents (lOc) additonal charge for each grandmother he I III survived by two 7-20, Tract 7-7-20 20 '. '
't or party" Miss Evans said: "It is an the State of Florida, except Lake acres 7.7-20, -
"V expression of his love of that faith of $100.SHERIFF i i i foot of length or beam. Resident r<>- Crescent, Lake George, Lake Monroe, sisters, Miss Jcnevic Morris, of MiuslHslppi :'I i aires H-7-20, I 1-2 acres 8-7-20. '
'- in others." SEIZES BO-GAL- I, tall license five ($5.00)) dollars. Ro lI l- Lake Harney, Lake Jesup and the Martha Morris( of this city. Columbia Farm Land Corporation
I I dent wholesale license 5000. Reslj The body accompanjud/ by the bereaved tit Jacksonville to A. fi.
Briefly, besides the general com- LON COPPER STILL J Suwanneo River as far north as tho Manning, of
',1' mlttee which will handle the establlahb i j dents of the State selling fish to customers fork of the river forming East and family will bq taken tomorrow' Kokomo, Ind.-100 acres 23-8-22: 61
Two Liquor Cases. Scheduled in County shall license boat and morning atI\ o'clock on thu S. A. L., here 8023110/
b;, ment of the Memorial, there will be a (pay on West pass. acres 7-7-23, 80 acres '
!Jo\\ committee which will award the prize Court for September Term ,I retail dealers' license. Residents of The term fresh water shall Includeall to Tampa, where funeral services lt-U-23 80 acres 12-0-2\ 2112 acres
Set a thousand dollars to the artist 'I the State soiling fish by the barrel lakes, rivers, and creeks in Florida will take place Friday p. hI., and the 13-11-23( 200 acre. 10-0-23, 200 aires.
Sheriff Epperson and deputies captured or half barrel considered whole- body will he laid to rest beside his 10-U-2J, HO 17-0-33
submitting the design which best In- are up to the mouth of such rivers acres H acres 18.
(J'corpora'tes the idea of Bryan and a 60-gallon copper still southwest sale dealers and are required to pay and creeks where they empty Into father In the family cemetery. Burns 023It) 1-2 acres. 20-0-23\ 400.40
of Graham and arrested J. D. wholesale dealers license. All fresh and Clymore have charge of the arrangenients. -| acres 21-0-23 102
faith.. I salt water, except Lake Okeechobeeand acres 23-7-23, 80crcm (
Crews, a tenant on a farm belonging water fish dealers' license and .- Jacksonville Journal, 24-0-23 10!>
There will be a separate contest-anil St. Johns River, including Doctor 1-2 acres 2 r prize for the finest epitaph expressing to C. B. Roberts Tuesday. F'ifteen license will be furnished by the office I' Lake. Also Carrabelle and New Riv- August 13th. The Morris family were r.H/J.im/ acre 27-0-2.\ :), 1l1.2n acres 33.: I
that splendid faith by which barrels of buck were destroyed and of the Game Commission at Tallahas. I' er In Franklin county. No seine ol at one time residents of Starke, occupying \U-23, 018.04 acres. 33-0-2:1: N0.31( acres.

Bryan lived, and there will be committees the still brought to the county jail. i!| nee, Florida, upon application\ for greater length than one thousand ( the Livingston place on Water 30-11-23, 62 acres 1-10-2.1( 220 1..&
to promote the contribution Crews gave bond for his appearance 'I same with the proper amount for licence. ((1000) yard shall be fished in the street. ColAon won many friendshere ; acres 2-10-2.J: 70.78 acres. tl-ll-2j: ,
before County Judge Gardiner Tuesday his school mates who will
'of dimes by school children. fresh waters in the State of Florida. among : 40( acres 12102317.05 acres 2110.
The announcement of the person- September 22nd. No persons are allowed to shoot, (Continued on page 8.) be grieved to hour of his death. 23, 32 acres 22-10-23, 102'1J!) acres C.
;nel of these committees be mad. Ellas Byrd, charged with having intoxicating 8-21, 1M2..10 acres ll.ft.2l, 81.CO acres
'. Miss Evans has possession h442'J10.41' acres, O-H-24 214.01.
as soon as applied
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also out bond to this ._
on at I
for the Incorporation of the general appear -- -- 1 The Bryan memorial exercises at I I3-H-2I, 70.18 acres 18-8-21. 79.00
term of
committee In New York. i : county judge's court. F 'QeL.LL- ".h _11hton .1 i the Presbyterian church Sunday eve- nirei 20-8-21, 40.03 acres 25-8-21, 1QB

The Invitation for designs for the WHITNEY CONSTRUCTION I -, ning were attended by n large crowd, < rca :H2-8-2I, l O.65 acres 30-8-2, (i
memorials will Include the title COMPANY TO START ROCK I the church being filler) with an appreciative 03 acres 12-0-24, 80 acres 17-0-21, 12U
f Bryan-and Faith." Miss Evans' vi- BASE NEX $ VF.EK I audience.A acres 19.0-24, 10001 acres 20-0-21,
'*ion of the granite structure Includes w- choir composed of Messrs. S. E.Ritch 180 acres. 28-0-24, 229 acres 20-0-21. i -
a heroic effigy of Bryan, bible In hand Announcement has been made by T. N. Kendrick, L. O. Powell 200) acres 30-0-21, 2U 1.10 acres 320. '
surrounded by a group of school chil the foreman in charge of laying the I ; J; d1 and John Powell, with Mrs. R. S. Fernondex 24, 120.27 acres 3392.1, KOOI) & acres
dren. I rock base onthe stretch of grade between as pianist, led the congregation : 6-10-21. 163.21 acres 10-8-25, 200.30acres
'. In continuance Miss Evans said; Highland and MaxvilU, that : In singing several of Mr. Bryan's 21-8-25, 40 acres. 22-8-25, 40 1
"It Is my uppermost desire-in this underttng they will begin actual work on the A' PIUIIUJ.LJ! favorite hymns. A quartette "Lead acres 27-8-25, 00.10 acres 28-8-27 t L.
S base Wednesday of next week, completing S .-. ,- 160.20 acres 20.8-25,81.00 .
to exclude all controversy.A Kindly Light" was sung by Messrs. acres 31-8- ;
memorial linked to the story of a':' the three miles to Highlandfirst. Powell, Rltch, Kendrick and Powell] 25, 281.12 acres 35-8-25, 240.78 acre,

'{fight must always be associated with I and Mr. John Powell also sang the I I 16-0-25, 158.41 acres 18-9-25.
\the memory of a controversial sub- Part of the equipment to be used exquisite solo, "Nearer Home.' I
;Jct." on this project has arrived and the -V 4EL The opening prayer was made by MR. WYMAN A DIRECTOR '
& "A monument* to him as a tributeto balance I is coming in daily. Work on : ? Mr. L. C. Ray and Rev. L. W. Kick IN TilE F. n. AND F. 8.

his supreme faith In religion and the siding and campa"golnA' ahead liter read a* a scripture reading the Mr. -
Lenthall Wyman was made
rapidly and the contractor expects to ., .* S a
4o his crusade for the inculcation can' s first eight verses of the fourth chap. director
S the
5 4 recently formed Flor-
.never take on any different meaning'j! be In position to start work the coming a ': ter of Second Timothy, especially em Ids Beautification and Forestry So.

Moreover, there can never any' week. L' phasfzing the verse, "I have fought a chtty, of which President" Murphree
spiritual element commanding the'' good fight, I have finished ,
my course, of the University of Florida Gainesville
I have
"'veneration. kept the faith.
Is The
.*. b purpose of -
.There can'never be. any dispute I wish to extend heartfelt thinks Dr. H. A. Tucker, presided over the this organization is to faster the beau-
;about the supremacy above all other to my friends for their help and kIndness ;.h4 : service, and as the first speaker in* tifylng of our highways private stat
'elements in the soot of Jen. traduced Prof. S. S. Pawling who
William during the illness and death of : : public .grounds to encourage/ the for
"lIlnrrs' Bryan of his faith In reI1&lon."WUJlam my beloved wife Hettle. gave a splendid talk on "The Political matian of a system of parks within
jtf Jennings \ Side, of Mr. Bryan's U!.." Congressman .,
B'ry1tn-falth F. C. Hodges. .-s ; S the state and to further the cause of
v.,.-echool children-.that Is the shibboleth -, -.s-, 9 ; _, R. A. Green was next Intro-I \conservation of our forests.
for our memorlel. w. want Democratic National Convention from d"j S fLOC E dneed and spoke ..
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Zno complication with Isms of any 1894 to and including 1920. William -. S The" Exempllary Life of William Jennings waj at Dayton, Torn., during part of
kInd with any sect or party." Jennings Bryan attended the christening the Bryan." the recent Scopes trial and hoard the
I of
Probably most
one picturesque parade ever to
Mis Evans I Is the daughter of D.4ff of 1(1aa Evans who has adopt. historic Pennsylvania Avenue! in Washington was that of pas the 80,000 Dr. Tucker closed the service with I IIi matchless eloquence of Mr. Brysd as
Evans, of Tracy Minn. an internationally ed her father's work. She received< (Clansmen. August 8. Klsnsmen and families cam from virtually very Interesting discourse on the 1 I h. spoke on this occasion.
.. known degrees from the University of Min wonderful life of this great man who,
political economist, every" state in the nation. In the center (foreground) is Imperial .
who'was! a life-long friend of Mr. nesots, Syracuse University and W' ard H. W. Evan for many years put, has been such Judge A. Z. Adkloa spent Sunday

:/ ryan and a Bryan delegate to every Columbia. _, a great power for good. Dr. Tucker I In Tampa' S
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II F KING OF II I \1 t I HO! FOR THE LIFE OF A COTOO'From I TIns Week. ute The Alter British IDle-!:Government" .. -to

I fight depression: in British trade,
'. I ., will undertake international world
advertising on a gigantic scale
This proves again what everybody
I. knows, that carat Britain has
statesmen working for her?
Five billion dollars will ba apnialgoods..The -

\\1] Ideaoofothe Brit-colo

ish Empire, solid and sound as a
III &l I steel bullet Is that QUALITY,
By Arthur B iab jv. PLUS ADVERTISING, can overcome

rj r ;% HORRIBLE, BUT WELCOME.ONE Anybody any trade can stand depression.poverty be-

j cause almost everybody Is com
MINUTE AFTER I DIED. pelled to stand it. We have plen-
+a a THE POWER OF MOTHERS. ty of practice. Few can stand
r prosperity.Farm .
QUALITY. PLUS ADVERTISING. lands on the edge of De-
troit have boomed, and farmer
Our navy will make experiments have sold out at prices never
I with what Is called thy "(loath dreamed of. Now fifteen to of doctors the
suddenly rich according
I stroke," an Interesting! invention are nervously unbalanced.
: guaranteed to destroy all life with The shock was too much for them.
I which It conies In contact within In poverty they could have kept
; a radius of twenty miles their balance indefinitely.
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It Is horrible but WELCOME. Two young roughs, each a gang
r I leader, engaged in a !fist fight, anda
1 '' : s Make war dangerous ENOUGHand blow on the head stretched
1 f ..r war will atop. Don't believe Anthony de Lucca, seventeen,
the ignorant millions who think dead on the sidewalk.The .
j 1j : I5Arai that a thing always! will be, be- police wl'l 1 do something
cause it always 'HAS been about this, because it wasn't a
Two men pointing automatic "regular fight," with ropes around
:' pistols at each other's hearts don't the fighters, ruffians watchingand
shoot. That only happens when gate receipts that make it
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f ; Im + eF one of them gets the drop. profitable to violate the law How
I long will the State displace
Mr. Aldrich, prosperous lawyer, themselves by licensing brutality
: is sued for divorce. His! wife alleges -
cruelty. He repIiea"My only The marriage of a young girl In
'"rkeU cruelty was almost stoning her to the Vanderbilt family has caused
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death with jewelry. He spent newspaper discussion A Protestant -
$175,000 on jewelry, gave the lady?; Bishop: performed the ceremony -
a $36.000 sable coat, & chinchillacoat :??? although the mother Is a
f i Tex Austin, a ,name that Is coating $8,000, and securities Catholic and her daughters were
horses are bred or cattle raised. .L worth $100,000.The brought up in the Ctholic faith.
!.'. of experience to uiunage the s a r.i All that la the business of the-
Rodeo to be held for nine days, lady replies that not sables, family and of those immediately
"Ktn, of the Rodeo" .la the not jewels, n it .securities, not even concerned. But in one statement
for which he was named, be wa the fur of the chinchilla, most interesting made by the family you observe
participated In the thrilling + r little animal, can give the ancient wisdom of the Catholia
and then became a rancbman real happiness. Church.:
staged Au.tln'r mime has .i She's right But in this worldwe
; the .plrlt of measure everything with When young Mr. Vanderbilt, a.
less effort rodeos to perpetuate In the West, also &, ( drawlac' kjr N. C. lVJ'.". In ..rI....,.. M><.* _> money. The lady's lawyer, George Protestant, married Miss Fair, a
I' Gordon Battle, demands for her Catholic, it was stipulated on themother's
Then sproublng the '
contests. Ever eat beans "Mexican '
I ( strawberries") dished up from a chuck 19aoD'
International rodeo at Wembley, sleep out with a saddle for a pillow? It's a great litif you like It. Court alimony can of give$75,000 her that n year.; it cannot The cf behalf the union that all should daughtersborn be-
: lo".rnwent.i the cowboyss.Thnueandj give her love and affection. brought up in the Catholic Church.
>i of Americans, who want to ace how real western cowhand There is wisdom. Daughters become -
and play, are planning to attend the Chicago Roundup and World's Cham WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN mothers, influence the children -
!I Rodeo beginning August 16. Cowboys from every port of the West made many speeches worth hear- and the men about them, and
II DYNAMITE IJ be on hand for this great western spectacle, which will be held under ing, and the world apuiuuued.rh" form the next generation.
r auspices of the Chicago Association of Commerce. For nine duys Chicago' : *o.itJ ttw .r. 1 (j!ve if ho'o Ths h'lrch Put Ms tlie mothers
Grant Park Stadium will\ look like a scene from HIP "CoveredWagon : !M come back un.1 1 nnl3 nnti. on Its side is the church that will
*" as the score of expert brook riders 'lariat thrower* and steer ._j. xpopch o' tMrt' ....."n"" on .urvive for mothers create and
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show their stuff while competing for $,7d,0()( r) prize money' and world What I Saw, What I Felt, What guide the children and influence
; titles, Tex Austin, who has staged so many successful contest I Knew, Where I Went, the Min the men.
the great International contest at Wembley England, will direct
Chicago event.

WH'I I I Voejia t i, -I II ,' $25 -- REWARD --- $25The

?LD MAN ? etE ft 60MItMARRY"1FtB .
Uncle Jahn I I WHO ownsHMS.6Vesa /, above Reward will be paid for in-

<' .........,. HtoVu'TFIE j formation leading to the arrest and
While the bathin' suits thl-
; ; ,I bein'season narrower is creatin and quite thinner-a sth. OFIB WRus oNli BQUNQe II III IIII I g conviction of the party or parties who

like, an' shorter than they ;{] stole seven Shoats from our pasture,
were; the fashion-makers tell known "Cat Tail" Pasture the
us they're runnln true to form, i 8 as on
'r tho there' nothin much about i3 Daman Cross Roads, on or about August

.J. warm.'jnj 1 that would ti' keep. a person ;{] 1st. Shoats were marked, Crop'in

I I .J.;... Si IV.Tr My little niece is freckled Ear in the other
straight Split
I IJI Riding ) ,TT: ;, i *.f some-but Lordy she's a peach, ,
a wild steer is -she's the finest gal I reckon, Ear.
jI believe It, ask any of the many on our local bathin' beach!
t" of living dynamite during the Though she does no expert
I ,_f Rodeo, beginning August 15. The swimmin' she's a powerful handto II
longhorn and the Brahma, or splash,-I've saw her rush J. S. BLITCH
i Word "go" according to the boys the under-tow an' bust it all to wle,,, I
r a rider they'll frequently try to smash. I.I'.
I 'I'If Steer riding calling for an I priced a suit the other day, Miami-Work under way on Stuart.', SUPERINTENDENT FARM .
I f I features of the Chicago Roundup at Blazer's Racket Store- Miami hitch tension line carrying
where they handle nearly
the Chicago Association of volts.
j everything*-and bathln' suits LS
t t Under the direction of Tex
i successful of rodeos. More than $: ( !galore I But my flgger's shortan'
I pudgy, though curves la
1 ef the events, together with the my I
fairly cute, I reckon I'd be I
blushin' If I wore a bath In' -
I suit! An' they may be mighty 'lE5 ELEANOR / CH I 600DV Goor i f'- '- COME TO MAMA
classy as the fashion-folks declare I FOLKS /ILL. BE I SOON Like f tae: LiNe AN' C71VE'
I never liked a coverin' RIGHT tNER \ SHEIK AUZEADOiS ', MER: A NICE
i : ..11 RIDE II that I didn't know was there I IAIN'T" IN OUR la ''IIC ', --. 7UIGV j

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An animated tornado on four :;!
} .' Is the "outlaw" Drunk, scores of .
,JI Chicago Roundup and World's
\t'", beginning August! IS. Wiry and aa
Injury-such la the buckaroo,
.' ."_ 'wIth the "bad" horses In the
Broncho busting calls forth

o, western ranges and a treat part The OI4fren: .
1 Chicago Association of C
rolas ass! no more help being .
presented, will\ go to the men .
Uum a crazy roan can help h*
hurricane decks: or "sundahlnf erasy. I) lust happens that .hea
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genius dues what h* consider a
broncho the ride Is alwnys to ;f4 t r /
thing. It Is .mnrt; but when the
i through his many .u< '" rrnxy min dor MA bent It tarn
tacle, already has contra"|{d
t ba f..oll lu-Kd Howe's Uuathl ,
strings of bucking horses In the :

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from Philadelphia. According to MrFisher's ,
t tprice
:*: '-' >'-, und! It goes rip In
will hour
estimates they '
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New. of Florida in Short Paragraph 0 j' more t: an 1,500( students \vlrm the' I : The Indiana sold! Man..utlan I:

(.... *...MMt ..Mft, "_L'*_u"l ._., ,.M M..> TJM.liOMil-,1 .M'Jttto. school system; will net be .able to pct This.W ee tI land for S' -&. Tate land if.; Can 1
vide for to the permanent building, 'cal Park tilone is now worth a
Mr. Fisher expects an enrollment oi thousand million 1
|L Live State. l News j approximately 30000. Last year'i

Mr. Hatch got 000 Ot Far
., I figures showed 19,260': aero
r+x.n.wn. \ Rockas'nc. Newrlo, under fore a
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Told by Our Exchange Tallahassee-Reports on the production : closure Inl'i } 1C,000, I de.to\ Ret r
of :fuller's earth and kaolin I ) rid IK; It hut ciiuliln'r on account ,

1 drrlng the past five years show an increase \1(' ',' :... :,- ;/ of litigntiou When !h nf 1'' dl ,gll)| nKot '

of 34 cent in productionand I'J t ?'.nM.OCO.( ,. ( At to'tnv'M boom
per 1:1: .\"s. '" ,j,,,, ., prices, if his non hat! It, it would
Gainesville U. O. McArthur for at work the a value increase of 15.5 cent, :.:: ,. _. .. "
: veyors on preliminaries per : ... ._ ., .. ,, be worth 'TOU.000,000.:J ( KEEP
thirty-five years prominently connected necessary to secure estimate on the I" comparative survey by Herman Say "Bayer"-Insist! By Asr1-,1*: Ud..:...,, YOUR BBAJL E&TATK), '

with the Atlantic Coast, Line Rail- entire project. 'i I Gunter, state geologist( ihow Gadsnew a-.. ara,._ aaa+s- ::

road Company and for the past eighteen county is the principal producer" For Colds Headache Tli! CHEATS: C.iOPS.rim1. li.auna.iolls, lM. ".hmanL It i
years superintendent of the Tampa-D. C. Keen, motorcycle fullers\ earth, while kaolin comes from Itk the < lane\ V when mot man l111 l\t

;,' Gainesville division, died at his home traffic officer is lingering between life Putnam and Lake counties. The kaolin Pain Lumbago D.\ !IC\G.% v.: '.> his nut. "ililla!! irMN, nnfther.

t here yesterday. and death In a hospital at Plant City coming from these two counties; .: '"ir::::: cr: ;':E 'fh." ':!Per:' (it.: fn IIptl.I'| one/ bout

today as tho result of Injuries sustained Is regarded by Kir. Gunter as tho Neuralgia Rheumatism W11-S{ N: j GEe IT loelu .1 n n r o"t with, the ivrptoof \
Patatka K. \V.: Zimmergchled anJ when he thrown Kit is t tV' p.u-r 1c1ll ,I. v\o: I'icory' (
was from his highest grade to be found in the U. S. '0-- : -.'- ,, =-- ... ;.E
1 John W. Campbell of Pnlatka, suld motorcycle while traveling at a rate'I and t generally; accented J' such, hr .., e- Accept only a SyiMi' erojM l of a raj::1 i % I Ib t'liitn.' titan, \ltilciuR-i I' wi'! ) It nt'ikt"won't: i the .tiller
yesterday to a group of Northern estimated at 88 miles an hour Keen :'i I I Says Fullers earth la lifted principally s Bayer pililt'; ;; ts.iJfof potatoes to an m "uK' .1' scud! bark' to t 10.Volt.me the

: capitalists, their property known as was after a speeder, it was said, when in the refining! of crude oils, both are the won.lci1: cape' u> .u; > ,
\ Shell Bluff, which !is located about a tire blew out on a curve. The motorcycle -I i vegetable and animal. Kaolin Is used 11 which contains proven directions I land.! Hut the greatest OJ-uc' IN i .- hud the I Idtta n\ i .-.I.

t eighteen miles from Palatka, for $1- was found 50 yard from the In fine clay mixtures from which hicrhrriule llsndy "Bayer". boxes of 12 tablets hum!) crop Witront'that, >. :L. '.-' ""ii'i. ,' *" n rrnvr>ln'r! I phi!, .\,IH-I-, P'

800,000. This is the largest sales ever scene of the accident half burled in porceltan is made. These two I Also bottles of 24 and 100-Druggists undid. a.1U\u.t.: to._nothing.Mr. !. I .' .U, ji"uI:; Wi.lllWS) (it IllvU.l\ :
recoided in Putnam county. The the sand. A.t>lrtn ,Ii the trato murk of n. !i' t'a't 1" l>"n>inij! thci.vea
I Industrie are worth hundreds "ft| ruturs. of AIuUoacoUmclUmlM. mr Mann- .ToII.. @ St.irof Ul: b, .4t'u. tl,., oi their
ot rnrp-s
tract contains 30,000 acres and lies Key West-Sale of 105 acres of landon thousands of dollars annually to the aelkrlluaeWI r'Rho* true' of a firmly fs';'oiujrr awn (h. nii-U I' il-u, i I t' :,,1 It, ( '
partly in Putnam and partly In Flag- state Mr. Gunter states. Hi fall family. It l-urlc k.1Atitun .
I : only M'-nln \\I ;,r v h l r, i> iieing I.
J' Key Largo today
by Ladd and .
";':ler counties. V. Cull, 7n }.' i.. CM' o' burned alive\ < v. .'11 .. ,.'lots. "'
Company for $525,000 set a new acreage Moore Haven-Gov. John W. Mitt tin I Supreme Test /':"cm, Wyor"-: fi, ..i' of 20 O'II! nhuuld i"' ti '
PUHS "C. pie n i ?" ;l> I
: ':' Scbrinif-A. J. \ ..i..cand ossocmteaf.of price on Florida Key properties, and other members of the Internal I f t' il i lu daughters, alt olive rniViyi the hnndjit )'Otl\:,, i ,j I
this city completed the purchaseof according to claims advanced by officials improvement board arflved in Moore '..1! Kiiuiifr. Jlr. Call is the irruiiil- 'I';II',-,' : ,.
a tract of land comprising 15,000 of the company. The previous Haven after undown today, after the I f. di,'&- of I IK children, a.t.j i iu'\ uri Ai' rr that for spine .i'L... > ;

a acres situated In DeSoto county be- hlgrest price for Key property was approximately flit let of their intpectlo.i trip thru all wt.ll. Tell that to %.uur hieiul i'on'i ,in. the widow usuilly: ltsre l\\

tween Pine Level, and Limestone $3,000 per acre, this price tho Everglades. The party spent the I who th'nks birth control will solve .it In Winf burned ufi it.tth lur Z

about seven miles from Arcadia, fora being escured in a transaction the morning In Okeechobee Inspecting I our pulilcin.s.TiPro Aged sp ouae. Often slid dla >>.- .

consideration which is said to be in first of the week by local interests. drainage operation on .North Eagle i I \\ ignorance! dlxense, poverty peered before the funeral. t

excess of $500,000. This land hall The names of the buyers of the Key bay and this afternoon crossed Lake I and drink, in the BUIIIH! ., com nuisance "
been known as the King lumber tract Largo property today were not an- Okeechobee the second largest fresh l I Line to force large families/ upon What a the humanBODY ; ;

and is one of the richest pieces of nounced, company officials declaring ,( water lake in the United States on an I wcultYomcn thnt cannot lake with Is.aches Through and! life and It worries ,h hus

farm land in this section. I that it was bought by "California Everglades drainage launch. The trip I I care of them, birth control may The spirit is so easily pains takun needtf.euro

capitalists." The sale was consumated the first Governor Martin has takenIn s4I b" all that Its advocates. say of. It has no rheumatism ., "
Palatka-Putnam county ratified a ,' They don't need It in Idaho no ,
the or
by Miami branch
office. the Glades, was a revelation to the'I teeth to ache, hair
I no gout, no to .
of for schools at Lr
bond issue What
.$300,000 I I Wyoming1. they need thero
| executive and he fall out, needs/ no clothing eats -
I expressed amazement II I :
the vote being Jacksonville Is CHILDREN.
the polls yesterday, a triple transac-
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wlitn npproldtd of the won.ler-I nothing, supplies what little real !
nearly three to one in favor of the tion completed in Jacksonville yesterday I I I I happiness have. And '
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ful results obtained from 01'I we soon ; i
In favor of the bonds. Two proposi- three tracts of land embracing drainage II II I Dancing' und religion have long learn to that..part of it '.
i oYations In this suppress
tions were voted on. The first was .;.5,140 acres in Leon, Jeffersonand vast area. j i I been united. 8nmu! tells. you'' called 1 "conscience." 'I:
"David 1
danced before
;for $200,000 for new buildings in Pa- Madison counties all said to be Fort I.uadcrdale Coroner's the Lonl. --
Inquerthere ';
lie well might, for Mi rise Even': ; Y Y"pll'it
( ( mrapid when you arc clod, 1h.
latka and Crescent City, which car- potential agricultural land
was -
purchased today brought in a verdict of from .
q chl1l.plon.cnllluernr takes of Itself '
Vied by vote of 423 to 202, and tha by Pearce and Stevenson real cine goes nil :
a I murder over the body of a man which of Goliath, to ruler over somewhere and the body remains '
second for $100,000 to refund present estate firm rf Miami, for $372,000, It late last night was found floating' I'rllel.in u nuisance. The simplest thing Is I ,

Indebtedness. The vote on the second was announced. The average price .In t the Dnnla cut-off canal south of '!:!.,;' hid iwi proper place" to( bum It up InNtend of leaving 'g;,

proposition was 456 for and 10!> per acre for the three tracts was approximately this city. Because of its state of decomposition .g H' Ecclesiastes, third chapter, the work of destruction to slowworms

against. $10.70.PerryThe Immediate burial wan ; fourth erse, "tlmo to weep, and n but many do not like/ thut: i i icronnmllon
-. I[ made, but when county officials learn-< time to laugh, a time to mourn, ?Moo. .
Aracadia-Following his dismissal construction of a mod- Ltd a time to dance." ti
today from the position of assistant ern sixty-room hotel at a cot of $250- !|leti that Joe Julienne, an employe of i The next: verse fays there Is also Death and what we call Its '

principal in DeSoto high school for 000 was practically assured today, 'the Fort Lauderdalo Mercantile Com- 'j iI "a time to embrace, and a tine lo "horror" ought to he most umrful.

anti-Klan utterances In the Baptist when contract was made with The !, pony had been missing since Satur- I rnfrnln from embracing" Thst Every tlmo n man thinks of death
day night diaintermnt! was ord"r"d I bhould bo remembered l in these he hnuill to himself, nerci.
church of Nocatee, of which ho is pas- Hockenbeury System, Inc., of Harrisburg I I I I say >
J. R. McLood and employe of tOte' wild ilnncliiu' days. ful Heaven t I haul better rtop
tor, Grady Herndon declared tonight Pa., for financing the projectAn
company who asserts he Is positive he ;, thinking/ and get out and! DO
be will present his case to the DeSoto Intensive campaign will be started can idently Julienne, w'II he permitted Vt hen you get a piece! of this SOSIUTHINr, ; worth while, for I

county school board at the next meet- September first, sponsored by the to view the body later this afternoon e I earth; KKKP; it. It cnmtot ba shall soon be gone, and they will
ing, August 21, and if he is not reinstated chamber of commerce and lending u utiil'Mi: .ilopHn't. rut; you are your be waking, 'what shall we lo with
he is prepared to take his case business and financial men, to finance' No marks of identificationwere ., rt uvn board! of director*.; unliki the remains' und 'what did l lie I
into court. the project, following the report of found on tho corpse which was. watered stocks: them! Is only Junt amount to ?'. e I( t }
In a nude state. Rope marks about'the 5
*" the Hockenbury System survey, which ,
'"West, Palm Beach-An early settlement was favorable from every standpoint. ', neck and other signs of malicious A Tt
tho Everglades squatters mutilation led to the verdict of murder -
vcrtlitlntr Florida farming oiiportunitlcs. ed birds just thirteen months ago
question which has kept part of Collier Haines City-A paving programto at the inquest.FernandinaProhably. !II The law Is designed to advertise ho reported. *

county in a state of virtual civil ei'ml| the 1650,000' improvement I I : the farming posslbllltos of i
war for the past few days was seen schedule now under way is is being! lergest, the state and the department expectsto Quincy-Tho bright tobacco Bales
catch of fish ever recorded on the >II
tonight 1'1 the announcement here of planned by the city commissioners of 'Atlantic I coast was that of the Nas- use agrcultutul publications havinga of Thursday" bring the tonnage\ of
Governor John W. Martin of his decision Halnea City, according, to City Manager ,
wldo national circulation. bright loaf sold on the local market
to sell the lands to squatters Jess P. Ferrill. City engineerswere eau Fertilizer and Oil Company during ; Gertrude Ederle, 19 year old
up to lust year's tonnage for the entire -
tho of Tho five fish
allover the Everglades. "Well, we've during the week Instructed to. month July. American swimming champion, Apallchlcola-Franklin county by a
ftoanrn. Up to Wednesday night
I I steamers operating In tho coastal, waI photographed a* she viewed the ,
been working on this squatter question make preliminary surveys for the channel for vote of 212 In favor of with only 80 7113,000 hud been sold with the quality
'I I ters between Brunswick and Saint English -ready hell
and we're not going to take the ( laying out of white ways throughout I 1, that greatest tt'st-a battle with votes against, approved the $250,000 holding about the same a* It hay
land away from the man: we're going the city and the widening of a num- Augustine hauled and In during hundred period I treacherous tides In an attempt to I good 1 roads. bond Issue. It Is the planof been fur, the punt two wooks. The 1924
he said. ber of the streets within the limits of eight million\ eight the rommisslunw to turn
toi sell it to I swim from France to England. county market sold during the entire season
I Menhaden fish for the
1'?:i the municipality. pounds of com- j this money over to the statu road department '
but R7A! 000. This the sales
: I I I year are ; ,
Live Oak-Suwannee county bright ..- pany for manufacture of fish scrsp I, y
I just as soon as it U
expected' l to the two million mark.
l leaf tobacco is holding its own wh fever i Miami-Acting in anticipation of for fertilizer: fish meal and for feed- ]I thrown over board by the capturedship and tho latter will construct the pass ,1

offered for sale, according to \V.IlJlIalr an increase of more than forty percent inur live stock and poultry and fish ci<'w during the clinic. Two m.n roads throughout tho county. A partof There IK ovary Indication that this figure
will be passed the, local leaf Ismaintaining !
local planter, who received in the September school enroll- oil which ii used in the manufactureof and a -year-old I ; lad found aboardthe the county road system has. been ns
Its weight daily, with Increasing a
a jrlco of $27.40 per hundred pounds ment over that of last year, CharlesM. !paints and soaps i i boat were arrested. Horace Hill, started and It Is expected that with -
quantities coming! from a
for his offerings on the Nashville I Fisher superintendent of instruc- who with his brother Hub tho
owns .
the, this amount Franklin county's link 'I
Key West-Announcement of South Georgia end the Florida counties
Ga.;, market Saturday. Exceptional- ;, tion in Dade county, has ordered fifty captured craft intimated a test case
ale of New Found Harbor, an island'l in the Pensncnla to Miami gulf scenic west of tho Apalachicola river.
I&high prices have been paid for Su- carloads of one-room school houses 13 miles northeast of Key West for I will be made of the capture, which I is route will ho completed within a very ,

wanneo county tobacco since the openIng for Miami. The shipment of temporary the price of $110,000 was mnde yester.1 j the f ir-t the coast guard has made' few months. Dundee-City to lay three mile
education buildings will make
of the markets. up near hero under the new ruling which
pavement at
4to i one complete traIn and will bo sent day The Island containing 07 acres, allows the caputro of boats by American Pen5/1 coin-According to a report :

'.>pt. Augustine-Ifigbway construe- ,, was purchased by M. 111. BorchaHt, registry on tho high seas when a report made today, John Owen, who I Welt Palm Beach Contracts

tion in St. Johns county absorbed the''I' No Worms In a Healthy ChildAll of Miami, who according to plans loaded with liquor.TallahasseeC.. > conducts a I'enaacola squab farm, has I awarded for erection of -
attention of the commissioners at the children troubled with Worm. hive an unhealthy and contracts already let, will make I i shipped and sold to Northern and now 760,000

. postponed meeting yesterday, when a color which Indicate poor blood and u a the site one of the winter playground I J. King, advertising Eastern markets no less than 8,000 I Lakewood Terrace Inn.
rule, there Is lose stomach
tentative program of road construction I TASTELESS moro or chill TONIC given mlulwlyfor of America. A total of J2RO.OOO'will'.' pilitor, of the Immigration Bureau young pigeons the past year, getting

covering 119 miles of highway, two or three weeks will enrich the blond. .Improve be expended on Improvements contemplated of the Department of Agriculture fifty cents In the spring and ninety I Cold Cause drip and Influenza ,
built reconditioned. the dUlestloo! and act a*a General Strength 1 by the !Miami\ buyer, who':
either to be or tnlntf Tonic to the whole system. Nature will HMD reports! that that marked progress cents In the winter for the ..Ir-llvmN-fi LAXATIVE UROMO QUININE!: Tablets rsmowathe
County Manager S. C. Stallings\ was throw off or dispel the worm., and the Child will aIn plans to divide the Island Into one- is being. made in preparation of Tho demand Is far moro than he can j I ca..... Then Is only nue "Hrumo Quinine.

Instructed- to put two crews of sur perfect health. Pleasant to take. Mo per bottle. I half acre tracts.-. jI j I-plans and copy for the national ad- supply. Ho started with twenty mat- I] E. W. GROVE: S sliuiKXire"0..bo*. KKj... ""I '

Jacksonville-Plans for the giant .
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i'i the First Baptist church will be I ... RMEMeeQ 7 (3H FLEuQ4' I I'.LAUNTV. I'M (SOMNA &HBAI IHTH
taken before the members withinthe F uLn ;) u&oaw DO TELL MlABOUT Iii h.L EUT CURLV PARLOR POP AN'6CB
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You .a"n WILL 06 HORS HOW Tl,' Two
can save next few days for approval, according -I UPHOOMPAB1& : '
to an. announcement today .N'
1"1 OUR
Hundreds Dollars I made by Claude K. Sims, chairman of AM' I'VE eoT I I'
of a*r
j I the executive committee. The architect BACK OOMIJndy OToREGy6P

I R. II. Hunt, of Chattanooga, TOWN .; ? 'fvMy''JT

"(V7ebelievethe new Michelin I Tenn., already has made a detailed ..,.' IIoUtNOQ Pr ,rr

vY Comfort Cord will revolutionize report to the executive committee andit atua rho i r// '4 1, t1 /
I met with approval. The structure, Admit RON A .f r'
all motorln Twice as coating approximately $1,2."0,000, is toss '
big as ordinary tires, inflatedto I to be twenty stories high, making it She MiadtABIowiet w t= -

less than half the pressure, one of the largest buildings In this we Nee s" e c 4 i

it cushions cars so perfectly it section of,the country. On top of the CLAD TO y
twenty stories there will\ be a seriesof ANNOUNCETHAT "
will save you hundreds of dollars vsstw i 4,
towers, making the total height By e ? .
in car upkeep and depreci stories. wiu. 66 ,
ation. It fits present rims and EdwardMcCoUough WITH QU TS I !

costs about the same as Miami-Liquor valued at more than .WUtlltv

ordinary tires. Will you come $2,000 and a high powered motor boot r z'Ora
valued at $6,500 were captured by the
V in to see it? U. S. Coast Guard Cutter No. 249: A JCATIERyp !

eight miles west of South Cat early

Smith's Garage today after an exciting chase in

which the government boat fired three S

one pound shells and a score of rifle
BT ARKE. FLA.GJJF and revolver' bullets across the. bow of HEAVENS.t'y .

the alleged runner, according to word HOW

reaching here. More than $1,000 SHOCKINGFRIDAY. ; j / a 'y1V/dC,
worth of liquor is said to have been

To Stop a Cough Quick h # / Z

cough medicine which stops theeoutlh by : / ;
Dealing the Inflamed and irritated tissues. _

I A box of GROVE'S .P'iTRATEI \ ;
I SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Gulds and r ef M .. ,! ,
Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of
should be rubbed on the chest and throat I o

of children suffering front a Cold ot Croup. '
LiN TS Keeling effect of ".y-.' Ht llat ".....y .- '
sld the tbrtMt enmbtoM with lee bMllof fft ii lGmv QI( H
.6Peo-Tau Salve through the. pare of _
Comfort" Cord b.sk in suoa stops e sou.&J>. ,
Tow tar ran .W m lt I Scab renMdirs sro ps:lu l la oo* canoe.ad ISM
r had t. /*. root ,,(the combined utmtmtal to Jim: z -1
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I.a..t < Florida, However _Shows Average Says It Will Solve Cattle Tick lloom in State Despite 30,000 Fewer

I Higher Than Ten Year Basin Problem Throughout United States.

,., A i 1 Washington, Aug. 13.-The average Gainesville, Aug. 17.-Representatatlve ,* 'allahassed-'he number of Flor-

eJ '1, prospective yield per acre of P.. L. Eaton, father of the no- Ha farms Increased last year despite

principal crops In the United States fence bill in the state legislature returned the fact that there 'Were 30,000 fewer

.., : is lower now, the department of agriculture ;,, last night from a three: weeks' throughout the United States. .\

IJlaUlll2U' find IOU 1 estimated today, than it has I i iI | trip to north, which took him as far notable increase in farms inside the

I, been at this period in twelve years, I]I north as Rochester, N. Y., and as far i iI state was made in Southern Florida,

I xcept in 1921. I|I west aa Cleveland, Ohio. He was accompanied a report was made in the United
I I I If it were not for an increase of I i I by his wife and son, Clair.'' of
W. B. Alexander cf Hampton, has States Department' Agriculture
2.3 per cent in the area planted to j In an interview last night with a
i shows.
just returned from a business trip to 1 I theoe crops, officials asserted, a serious i||representative of the The Sun, Mr. shows
I While the export that the
Miss Estelle Kenrick entertained New York City. He was called there 1
have been
I crop shortage might Eaton said "I'm glad to see that a
the : number of: farms throughout the
at his firm in
afternoon of
few friends Saturday to assist the proprietor
As it is the total
impending. ,
pro- election fori
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.I! the selection of piece goods: for the duction outlook placed at 3 petition for a United States decreased one-half of

N. Kendrick, the occasion being her II )f, Florida territory. Mr. Alexander has I cent lower than was it at this time per i I Alachua county is being circulated. one per cent, it also notes a similar
I was It will be for Alachua
I thirteenth birthday anniversary. I|i worked this state for years and was I II last a great thing ; reduction of farm lands of one-third(
After the charming hostess had received well qualified to assist his firm in ;< year.The I county if this law Is voted, for sev- of one per cent, or a reduction of 1-
4.5 '
I acre yield figure was per that if the cat-
I eral One is
her and beautiful this work. "Everyone I I 200, 000 acres.
guests many important
"I : oa..c cent lower than a year ago, and 6.4 tie are fenced that It would solve the
FlorIda The increase in some sections of
presents, the girls enjoyed game met in the north was talking -
under the ten
." per cent year average, tick eradication problem; another is the In the number of farm
and contests. In a marahmulow contest Mr. Alexander told a reporter I country I
the highest Maybe you don't know it yet, due chiefly, the experts found, to that people buying land here can bring I II i ii I as in Florida, is attributed to the fact
Clara Flume made Wednesday. I
I Mrs. Woman Reader, but you are drought In the corn belt and south- in good dairy stock without fear of
record, while Fcnella Snyder secured I I going to wear large hats again. western states, and in spite of a slight i, them dylnawith tick fever and still that the cultivated areas are being I
: the booby. In a bean contest Louise CARD OF THANKS This black velour, trimmed with increase extended by clearings, drainage,
Hayes made the highest record and I Io I I silk mauve violets and cyclamen, over five year averagefor another is that If: we don't pass thin while old farm lands are allowed to
'J' 1 Leah Struth the lowest. I"I j I I We desire to express our sincere is a" new Fall fashion with brim spring i law we will get our prorata of free lie idle. It Is estimated that over 25-

I! Refresments of peach ice cream,1 thanks to the kind friends who assisted and made to fit bobbed heads Other states reporting yields low- \\range cattle being driven over from 000,000 acres of old farm land is idle.

: chocolate and caramel cake were serv- us during the short \illness and er than the ten year average Included Marion county which has lately passed The decrease in the number of

"I ed by the hostess' mother, Mrs. Kendrick death of our son, Robert. I I Maryland 02.7; Virginia 73.3; W. a no-fence law." farms, though small, is general in central

I Mrs. F. F. Flume, Misses Guaslo Mr. and Mrs E. A. Winkler.MR. COTTON GINS RUNNING Virginia 88.8; North Carolina 94.4; Mr. Eaton states that there are and Southern Georgia, and South
I South Carolina 88.7; Georgia 91.0; only two real organizations repre-
Mae Bennett and Elizabeth Kend eastern Alabama, much of: Michigan
I rick. Punch wall served throughout BRYAN'S PARTING MESSAGEThe Loads of the Fleecy Staple Coming i I Kentucky 06.0; Tennessee 88.9; Louis i i rented in the state legislature, one ', and Missouri, in most of Colorado,
.:.0. to Starke Gins Daily iana 097.TAMPA. of which is the railroads and the'
the and in Southeastern Idaho and Eastern
evening.The w'b'k'bWllllam -
{ Clara.Lou- speech JenningsBryan I I other the free range cattle men; and I II I I
Invited guests were BANDIT HELD IN Washington.
had prepared for delivery at morning the cotton gins it to his satisfaction |!
Monday was proven :|
ise Peek, Leila Dea Andrews, Fenella I OHIO FOR OFFICERS I i The increase in the number of
the Scopes trial was published after were started In Starke for the first j while in the legislature that the railroad
( Snyder, Virginia Alvarez, Iris Brown, I farms is noticeable along the northern -
Leah Struth, Betty Sanders, Lillian his death, and will rank as one of the time in three years, three bales being Albert House, Notorious Robber Will interests did not advocate a no-I i I and western margin of the cotton -

,i Garris, Louise Hayes, Dora Manning, greatest of the Commoner's addres- I' ginned while the machinery was being Stand Trial in Florida fence law in order that they could I i I belt, where the boll weevil infesI I II
ses. With every word marked by the put in shape for the season's crop. D. I have the support of: the cattle men
Louise Edwards Clara Flume Vivian
,I I tation is less severe than to the south
utmost sincerity, It had a profound I. Amos has brought close to ten thou- Toledo, Aug. 11.-Albert House, to help them pass laws benefiting the
Kite Brownlee Thelma Seals
in costal of the
1 Mary the lower plain Care
Maragret Williams, June Bullen. I effect on all who read it, and has materially sand pounds to the gins already, and notorious i bank robber and safe railroad's interests such as "Stop, I II I I linas, in Southern Florida and in Texas. I
altered the views of who !! cracksman wanted for crimes in I
many estimates it to be about half his crop. a Look and Listen" law, which would
Much of Minnesota
j I\ Mrs. J. J. Bullen and daughters,I had judged Mr. Bryan's efforts sole'.y A majority of the farmers with onlya score of places In Oregon, Ohio, West I save the railroads more money from Dakota and most of Nebraska, Eastern also S. I
i from the distorted view presented In until the Virginia, Indiana and Florida, will be | I I ,
Misses Isabel, Beatrice and June small acreage are waiting damage suits coming from persons central and Southern California like-
! II : pent Saturday in Jacksonville I the newspaper accounts. We quote a entire crop is about gathered before returned to Tampa, whence he escaped 1 being injured and killed in railroad wise show an increase in the number
few of his eloquent paragraphs re- starting the haul to the gins. several months ago by sawing his accidents, than they would have tot of farms.

, I. I Miss Marguerite Shriver is in Atlanta garding the proper relationship between I The quality of the cotton broughtto way out of jail. pay for the free range cattle that i I I,I

I where she went to purchase l the schools and religion: : the gins has ben pronounced good. House was arrested in an exclusive! were injured by trains. I I I Gordon Anderson, an employee of

I goods for her popular shoppe. "Let us separate the issues from W. L Wall will have charge: of the Wildwood home Tuesday with! Ms I wife Mr. Eaton continued, "If Alachua ,i the city light plant was badly injured
1 the misrepresentations, intentlonnal and Fred Henry wanted in Indianafor I I I
1 I ginning operations. county passes this bill it will force 1 yesterday, while engaged in wiring
t of unintentional, that have obscured -.- .- murder. In the dwelling
Leo Witkovskl will leave today for were Levy, Putnam, Bradford, Columbia, I] operations at North French Avenue
both letter and the of the law. I ACCIDENTLY ELECTROCUTEDAT I found enough nitroglycerin to blow
South Carolina, where he will be in purpose Union counties to pass one at the next and Broadway. He accidently came
I This Is not an interference with free STATE PRISON FARM thirty safes, more than 200 pistol. legislature."
school for the term. I
coming in contact with- live wire receivinga
a ,
; I dom of conscience. A teacher can\ I and shotguns, hundreds of silk dresses In regard to the tick eradication
shock which caused him to lose his
I Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter,' think as he pleases and worship God J. T. Ham, white, short term inmate I and other booty. One thousand problem. Mr. Eaton states that the hold of the pole wherehe

Miss Mable, are spending this month I al he likes, or refuse to worship God of the State Prison Farm at Raiford, I I dollars in torn bills and gold coin was tick eradication In concerned. With wall on at upper work.part In falling he struckone
at all. He can believe in the Bible was instantly killed late Friday whileat I' found also. Behind door and
I' the
!tn Hendersonvllle, N. C. 'I. every statute books Is a farce as far as I of the heavy spikes, used as
I or discard it; he can accept Christ or work on a pole" carrying a high window were two loaded weapons. tick eradication in concerned.! With ln the
mounting injuring
reject Him. This law places obligations -. tension line. In some manner his Seventeen surrounded rteps pole,
I Mrs. Henfy Freeman and son, who no policeman the this law the state is divided into 15 him Severely. His fall was broken
have been here visiting her mother, or restraints upon him. And hand came in contact with the live place and made the arrests. zoned, and lone 13 has been dipping t somewhat by the contact with the
I with freedom of speech he wire and his life was snuffed out before Arsenal
.. Mrs. Josephine Edwards, left Saturday -I so can, so Uncovered for two years and have spent approximately nail, however, which probably saved
long he acts individual, I l he was released. A negro helper Wednesday police found several 1 '
for their home in Miami. 1 as as an say 300OOO and testimony his life. After surgical treatment he
I anything he likes on any subject. This with him was aeverly shocked when quarts of nitroglycerin, eight shot before the livestock committee of the
removed his home.
I I law does not violate right ,he attempted to fescue the lineman.i guns 6,000 rounds of ammunition 100 I I was to Physicians
F. S. Cohen and secretary, of New any guaran- legislature showed'it not yet clear of treating him announced his injuries
York City, were in Starke Wednes- I II' 1 I teed by any Constitution to any in The body was brought to Starke to yards of fuse, $1,000 in silks and I ticks. Alachua county is spending
while serious not necessarily fa-
I' day. i dividual. It deals with the defendant, 1: the undertaking parlor' of DeWitt C. other goods concealed In an ancient $5,000 a year for dipping, and at the tal. are
I individual but Jones, where it was prepared for bur- dwelling house outside of Toledo. rate
'j. not as an as an employee they are going It will take over
T. T. Long and sister Miss Margaret I an official or public servant, :i i ial and shipped to Bartow Saturday. Police have been fldoded with telegrams 20 year before Alachua county can was amended by the committee so as

I left Sunday afternoon to return -,t paid by the State, and therefore un- I from various cities where he claim to be free of ticks. Mr. Eaton to read that no one could vote on this
i to Cocoa, after spending a week der Instructions from the State. I ZONE13 BEING FREED is wanted for crimes, but Tamp also states that the railroad interests except freeholders who lived outside

I at KIngsley Lake with their aunt, "The right of the State to control | OF TICK INFESTATION authorities will get him on first claim know these conditions as do the cat- the limits of incorporated cities and

Mrs. 'J. II. Hitch.Mrs. I the public schools Is affirmed in the I His companion in Florida depredations tle men, and yet they are willing that towns. He then let it die with the

'I': recent decision in the Oregon case, ,i Jacksonville, Aug. 14.-II. H. Simmons are in jail in the Souther tatc. this money be spent if the cattle men I committee because he knew.that it

R. O. Daniel and son, Russell, which declares that the State can dlI chairman of the Live Stock Tampa police wired here Thursday will not interfere with the railroad's would never do any good.

who have been visiting her mother, I rect what shall be taught and also I Sanitary Board of Florida, has returned to keep extra guards posted about Interests. He said "there were only chua county and the etaointtaolnnun

', Mrs. Josephine Edwards, left Wed- forbid the teaching of anything manifestly to the city after a meeting of the jail as an attempt to liberty bvHi two no-fence men placed on the live In closing Mr. Eaton said, "Ala-

I' nesday for their homo in Sarasota. I' inimical to the public welfare.: the board In Tallahassee. Mr Simmons use would be made. stock committee, which is composedof 1 chua county and the counties sur-

The above decision goes even farther declares that the work of the nine men, and that five cooperation rounding it could be made one of the

I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McLeod and and declares that the parent not only board in Zone 13 is progressing satis- FISH RESTOCKING NOW lawyers were placed on the roads and greatest dairying sections of the

I family, of Troy, N. C., are spending has the right to guard the religious factorily and that the remainder of j LIKELY FOR FLORIDA bridges committee." Mr. Eaton said I' United States if the cattle tick could

several weeks in Starke at the home welfare of the child, but is in duty the zone will declared free from tick that he introduced a statewide locals I be eradicated, and the only way to

of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick.Mrs. i bound to guard it. That decision fits Infestation and released from quarantine I Legislation Recently Pa sue J I option no-fence bill, after the Alachua i''Ido that is to fence up the "Sacred

I | this case exactly. The state' had a nt an early date. When this Is I pderal Okeh county bill went through. The bill I Cow."

Angle Sternberg, of Jacksonville right to pass this law and the law rep- done, the board will have freed about Orlando.-Due-to legislation I .
and Miss Kate Young, of Ovedio,I! resents the determination of the parents I 4,000,000 acres since January 1024, \ receitly -- -- -

1 are guests of Mrs. R. II. Darbour, at' to guard the religious welfare. of he stated. The board is now making passed bJ the Florida general
assembly which
I her Kingsley Lake cottage. I their children. I a survey of Duval county.ST. places more definite
i restrictions on the catching of fish. .
'j I "It need hardly be added. this law did
in the i i11tE000XtE
PETERSBURG fresh water lakes and river
\ Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Griffin, of not have its origin in bigotry. It is GETS READY I
of the
tate such fresh water bodies
Jacksonville, were here Tuesday on ; not trying to force any form of religion I stand a better chance than heretoforeof a
account of the critical Illness of Mr. on anybody. The majority is
City Prepares to Entertain 15,000 having governmental aid in stockIng ROOS'f 1.1
O. J. Griffin. not trying to establish a religion or
I Spanish War Soldiers them with fish, says a letter to 1830-
to teach It.-It is trying to protect Itself -
I local chamber of commerce from PI
Mrs. R. II. Barbour, Miss Clem from the effort of an insolent minority l: -
St. Petersburg, Aug. 14.-To have Congressman W. J. Sears.
I Hampton and Mrs. Angle Sternberg : to force Irreligion upon the
every visitor and delegate to the con- "The Bureau of Fisheries has con. .
have recently returned from a motor children under the guise of teaching; ,i
vention of the United Spanish War sistently refused to restock any lakesin r
trip to Tallahassee, Hampton Springs science. What right has a little Irresponsible "
1. and other interesting places In west oligarchy of self-styled in- Veterans in this city, Sept 27, registered Florida, wrote the congressman,
by name and home city will be "due to the laxity of our fishing laws. I
Florida. I *cllectuala to demand control of the ,
1 I! schools of the United States.ln which the task of J. M. MacDonald, chair As you know the last session of the J

t Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray, who have twenty-five millions of children are man of the registration committee, I fish state legislature passed very strict 7 Bank Your Cash

\ been here this weekas, guests of his being educated at an annual expenseof the opening day of the big meet. and game law and I am very ,

\ sister, Mrs. J. W. White, Misses nearly two billions of dollars? Considering the fact that with the hopeful that the bureau" will be more

Olive and Amelia Ray, will leave "Christians must in every State of opening of the convention there will liberal In the future.

Saturday for Jacksonville where they the Union, build their own colleges In be a mass of persons equal to almost Says Roosevelt

\ will visit Mrs. Ray's sisters, the Miss which to teach Christianity; it is only half the population of tho city, it is REGISTRATION BOOKS OPEN

i es Allbritton, In Springfield. '' simple iiMtiM-"Ill I nth.tiirx; .iirnoa- no small task that faces MacDonald.In The registration books of the town

J' I I tics and unbelievers should build their the work of. registering the delegates -i of Starke, Florida, will be open at In many speeches In Ills strenuous career .

UNION SERVICES own colleges if they want to teach and visitors he will probably be I the office of the Town Clerk from President Theodore Roosevelt urgedon

I Methodist and';"' Presbyterians will I own religious views or attack the religious assisted by a corps of fifteen young July 10th to August 9th, Inclusive, for his hearers the desirability of bank
women, trained before hand. the .
views of others. registration of: electors.C. .
t have a union service Sunday, August |I I accounts.
Long tables will be
set in the parkway A.
in hostile to learning FUTCH.
I i "Religion not :
; 23<1. Morning services
church Evening: services at Presbyterian at the- :i I I Christlantiy has been the greatest at the entrance to the Plaza:: Registration Officer of the Town of He said that bank depositors make the
r. Methodist church. Dr. Tucker will patron learning has ever had. But and practically the whole 7-17-3t. Starke, Florida.
best citizens.
preach at both services. A cordial Christians know that 'the fear of thoi court covered by awnings. At the e I

.. invitation is extended to all to with i Lord is the beginning of wisdom' now tables It the registrations will be held. Are you one of the best citizens Are
{ just as If it had been In the past, and is estimated when the task is compete I
us at either, or both of these services. ACREAGE a bank ?
I I they therefore oppose the teaching of, the city will have a list of names you depositor

{ II I DEATH OF O. J. GFIFFIN I guesses that encourage godlessness and addresses of some 18,000 persons WANTEDWe Start aa account vial as today.
j the students. !II every corner of the United
4, O. J. Griffin died his interested in No account Is account too
at home on N. j "The science of how to live is the States. are buy too small no

:t Walnut street Wednesday night, after I| most important of all the sciences, but Among other ideas which are I being ing acreage in Florida in large, for us to handle.

.,, an illness of several days. Mr. ,, it Is necessary to know how to live. worked out for the convention will be large or small tracts, but ..
Griffin had been in poor health for Christians desire that their children the distribution of "welcome" tags to will deal with owners only. "

several months, but his death came I I shall be taught all the sciences, but the delegates. The tags consist of a Please give full details as

as a shock to his friends over the en- I they do not want th.m to lose sight a shield l, suspended from the button. to location, legal_ description

tire county. A life-long resident of I i of the Rock of Ages while they study On the button Is the familiar St. Petersburg price and terms. Ad Bradford County Bank

I this county he was known and re- the age of the rocks; neither do they seal bearing the pelican and dressJACK

cpocted by all.Arrangements. I desire them to become so absorbedIn the rising sun.CONSTITUTION. O'BRIENBar
j Bradford
\ for the funeral had measuring the distance between Harbor, Maine I County' Financial Stronghold

not been announced as the Telegraph the stars that they will forget Him LAW CAUSES I Established 1889 STARKE FLA.

goes to press. who holds the stars in Ills hand.'" I| CONFUSION FOR SCHOOL TESTS .
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DEATH OF INFANT Superintendent Sends Letter Explain-- c '" .. .'
I A TONIC I I ing Exams for Teachers : ._ . -;\"_ : ,
Little Robert E.
Winkler, son of
b Grove's Tasteless chili Tonic restore Tallahasee, Aug. llv State Super.
Air. and :Mrs. E. A. Winkler died
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and intendent W. S. Cawthon
today notified

Friday after a short Illness and
was LIST
burled at Crosby cemt.terr.j Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its the county superintendent of ESTATE .

l Little Robert was born May 9th, I strengthening Invigorating effect see how Schools that only teachers applying

102-1, and,at. the time of his death wail, It brings color to the cheeks and,how I I for certificates will be required to With

:fifteen moriths'And five.daysold. .M]illc improves the appetite, you will then ;''take the examination on the ConstltllI .
Mr. and Mrs. Winkler have; the oI appreciate' Its true tonic value. ', Lion of the United States as providedfor ,

y ... sympathy of many friends on accountof Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply by a law parsed by the Legisla PEEK REALTY

the loss of their dear little boy. Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So ture. COMPANYSTARKE
pleasant even children like It. The blood I i Supt. Cawthon said confusion has

Pile Cured In 4 to 14 Day needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to I 1 arisen in regard to this la,... It does FLORIDA

Dni gl
f to ran. ln Itchlo_ntly*. nil Blind*..BkNHllim Itchta*. P11..oJy..etsa.elsssful or PnxnxlliulFUn. Grip fi-rnii r"s Strengthening. Invigorating I I certificates, he explained. But only '" .. .. ._ .. .
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LAWTEY Staten Inland.,' N Y -MUnPbeulx lane i I OFFICIALS I'ROUD I (lure of $250,000."I
write'-"I* so: trout the I OF8TATE HOAD3
I Lawtey, Aug.-Sheriff and Mrs. West. for many yearn I .auITirtil 1 I __ I Lake Worth-DIxie Highway, thru \1
\V. J. Epperson of Starke were guests from RIII.-Int. Built from 1917 tu 1921 48.8 Miles at here 1 to be widened plans call for

+ : Bits ol LOctllII1.irIntltioll -88 I Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. G. torpid Icntlon llvi-ill"t ..uu1nnlsUpntlan to Cost-f96M34.07-- I I'Tallahassee. ''white way lighting system through
I of
length city.
Anderson.Mr. '
I III) .-Capitol officials are
Y I system wi * i and Mrs. W. M. Bryan visited badly pull,,,'"'" '' "
bat my tnce State of Florida In road building according Telegraph, to boP placed circulation
relatives in Sunday
to tho of the United
swollen report I loon.
-- was to
Concerning Our People, Business and I -
natural States Bureau of Public Roads. ,
C\"I2.- .JMI twice Its
Progres of the County and Town. W. E. Torode was transacting business this POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR
aI_ I was con According to report from 1917to
Jacksonville Wednesday.R.
in tlnuoutily! tlrcil. 1024 Florida built only 48.8! miles

M. Tracey and daughter, Dorothy + weak and tie. of road with ted Tnl aid at a cost of$061.13.t)7 nnnmmep my ...nllhl.MARSHAL." for the office titmaivhal
--.J preased. had no appetite. I rend ) of which amount the of thn town of 8trh. ubJMt to thfrlinn
Orlando visitors to !government i :
of :
were Tutt' Liver PJII advertisementand of th..lent ftt U..l.eltnn to b. ha i iTu
lw Maurice Langford made a business Friday from Gainesville, where he was. Lawtey Tuesday. tour tried' them. After a few donos 1 paid $401,470.92. .il.y, Ant't. Mitt I have given the townjmir .
i :. Since Juno :30\ \V2"! Florida has of faithful wrvle* u ntiiht mmijt) and
trip to Lakeland last Tuesday. attending the University of Florida. -- began to Improve. Tutfs Pills have constructed wilt Hpprrelatp the vote InNt for m., wills. \
He will spend the vacation with his I D. M. Fryer and son, of Chattanooga kept me free from a return of the $1,908,13965! worth of fed( for?** the Uwft' of the town faithfully and (mpurtlnllr 1'
Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrlck is in Savannah parents, Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. Tenn., and B. C. Fryer and Ulnesa. and I feel like a new" per tral aid l roads of which tho United A. L. ALVARKf I i iI
Ga. her two :Martin brothers, of Gainesville, son. Am never without them. At States paid $()!l1.017.0G. It oleo is n'inimnae mrti.lf a ..",1101.'* for the offltwnf
visiting daughter
I Mrs. J. L. tnftmhMl for the town of tttark*. subject 19thu
were guests of Mr. and all droggIsts.i estimated that there are under construction ; t
Mrs C. W. Denny. Congressman R. A. Green returned I olwtlnn I to be h.ld Srntroitor nth., I will
Harrell, Sunday afternoon. ,787,223.95 worth of such vivo th. nffleo: my unillvliliHl I attention." ml last Thursday from several days spent I, prove service. roads and that there Is allotej U279,163.51 ,- thta fciuU obit, the ,u|>|iurt of lh town eleoltoo t
Little Miss Alice Fernandez has in Washington. The Congressman Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Stephenson, of of federal to this HoH"8tIS" '.'"4 ,

been in Tampa this week visiting states that Florida was on the lips of Starke, spent Wednesday afternoon Fort Pierce- Work progressing construction program of money 2S1.8 miles NOTICE OF ELECTION j tI

friends.Col. all with whom hecame In contact. here with friends. rapidly here on $600,000 building pro of completed highway.There .

gram. Is still $1,403.567.43 of federal C. L. Pock, mayor of Etarke Fla.,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin of R. R. Thede was transacting business l- by virtue of the authority vested In
D. E. Knight made a business Winter Haven-Haven Vlllla Corporation aid money available for Florida
trip to Tampa and Bradenton, returnIng Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs. H. P. Hoi- I in Starke Thursday. to 800-acre subdivision roads and $91,547.00 allotted to roads me by law, do hereby call an election

home Monday. stein, of Gainesville, have been here Rev. E. D. Boyer, of Baldwin, was. southeast of open here; f20.000,000 to be where construction has been approved i to be held at the town hall In thd
this week on acount of the serious i a visitor here Wednesday.Mrs. developing new site but not as :yet started.. aforesaid town, by the qualified voters .
N. Sternberg returned Thursday illness of Mr. O. J. Griffin. spent Florida jumped from next to the on, Tuesday" September 8, 1025, ,
evening from a business trip to I C. E. Harper. Mra.\ W. O. Du- Tallahassee-Work on new auditorium lowest mileage construction af any for the purose of ctecoUng the follo\v-

noil. r.n-I George C. White and L. C. Ray motored Vall, Mrs.Evana, and two daughtersand of Florida State College, Hearing atate in the period of 1917 to 1924 Ing o cers: \

to Macclenny Monday and spent Mr. Lawhorn of Hampton, were completion. with only 48.8 miles to one of the One mayor; One Marshal; Two aldermcn .
W. M. Wainwright has spent this I the day attending to business guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. A. highest 1925 fiscal year with 251.8 for two years; One aldermenfor
week week in Key West attending to George C. White state bank exam. L. Taylor Milton-Work begun developing miles under construction and 47.5 one year; One assessor; Ono cleric

to the duties of his office. iner returned Friday from a two Mrs. E. E. Burney was called to 2400-acro tract vineyard land five miles completed representing $11,000000 ,- treasurer and tax collector.
I weeks stay in Miami. Jacksonville Sunday on account of miles southeast of here. to be spent on federal aid roads. Inspectors of said election: 10'. A. !
Miss Jeannette Durden of Tampa In Florida during the 1925 fiscal Scott, R. S. Humphrey, A. II. Johns.
the illness of her mother, Mrs. II. V. Sebring-Work started clearing !:
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. O. L. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Skipper. 430-acre tract west of Lake Jackson. year In testimony whereof, I, hereunto
Beasley. daughter, Miss Lucille, have gone on subscribe my name and cause the seal
a motor trip to Lakeland Sarasotaand Miss Beulah Flitch is spending a Went Palm Beach-This place to $150,000 structure of the said town to be hereunto affixed -

Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph Miami. While In Lakeland they few days in Wauchula with her meter have new $4,000,000 Breakers hotel. Winter Haven-Plans- being prepared this 6th day of August, 1923. I
office. will be the guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. : Miss Urey Gunter. C. L. Peck.Mayor
for construction of $100,000 Arcade
Sebrlng New $40,000 two story
I H. Mitchell and when In Miami I -
they Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Blanchard who apartment building under construc- building, corner Third Street and
Mrs. Andrews Jr. ,
J. W. Mrs.
and will visit Mr. and Mrs. Henry Free
I have been spending a few days herewith Magnolia
E. L. Biggs motored to Waldo Mon man. I
relatives, left Monday for Jacksonville tion.St. '
day. I Augustine-Work started laying" stretch of
where will few !
I I they spend a
Mrs. J. L. Peek, Miss May Peek, days before returning to their homein curbs and gutters on Magnolia Street Bee Line Soad, north of here toward
7 Mrs. R. C. Buford, of Jacksonville, Miss Mabel Wellej and Mrs. O. L. I Fort Pierce. preparatory to paving. Alabama state line, under construc
la the guest of her mother, Mrs. Ben i iStilley. Beasley motored to Jacksonville Sat tion.

| urday. Miss May Peek, who bas spent I Mrs. J. H. Moore;; and; son, Paul, returned Miami-New $1,250,000 home of Starke-New filling station being .
I the past month here at the home of home Saturday from a three- "Miami Daily News" formally open-
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quiglgy made a her brother, C. L. Peek, remained in : weeks visit with relatives and friends ed. constructed corner Call and Temple.

business trip to Jacksonivlle Tues the city and the'e t of the party returned -i in Tennessee and Southern Illinois. Frostproof-Proposed- highway system Streets. FOR SALE Genuine Missionary\ i,.

day. home Saturday evening. Dr. will include 20 miles hard outfaced Tampa-Contract let for Installa- I Strawberry plants from Salisbury, f' :
G. W. Brown and M. F.
son, tion of ornamental lighting system Maryland. Leave your order early. .
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Strong,.of Tan- The following house party are e-rT- Brown, of Tampa, were visitors here roads. for Davis Islands, Involving expend-! Ed L. Browne,Rt A, Starke 7-24-U rj,;i
pa, are spending this week at Kings- Sunday.Mr. Dade City-Utilities Company Installs .
ley lake. joying the week at Kingsley Park: FOR SALE-Strawberry plants, 10. A f|
Mrs. Johnson Mrs. Parker Mrs. J. O. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts and new electric Ice plant. Renew Your Health 00 per bed. New Mlsslanry plants *H.
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph Traxler and son, Robert, of Jacksonville baby are spending a few days this Mount Dora-New three-story bank from Townsend, Maryland, C. '
office.L. ,; Mrs. Taylor, of St. Augustine,; week in DeLand as the guests of Mrs. building under construction; to be i by Purification Letsch, Starke, 8-14-4t t
and Mrs. Garrison, of Moultrie. Roberts' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. home of Mount Dora Bank and Trust
C. Powell leaves Friday for Ash- Tat urn. Co. I \! FOR SALE -One Cattanoogo No. 12 ",-: ,
vllle. N. C., where be will spend two 'I Mrs. 3. F. Kickliter, Sr., Misses Any physician will tell you that 3-rooler cane mill; one 80-gallon ]:J\ j
week Lacy Mae and Azalene Kickliter, of Rev. R. D. Bevis of Melroae, filled Gainesville-Elks will build Com- "J>erfcct 1'iirit'icatioii of the Syat'Item kettle. Price $26,00 for both. W. S. Ij .

,I Stuart, Charles Lucian Kickliter and his regular appointment at the Law mercial hotel, to cost approximately is Nature'a foundation of I Futch, Hampton, Fla. it's..
Mrs. Leviton and daughter, Rosa, Junior MacDonald spent several days tey Baptist church Sunday morningand $250,000. Perfect Health Why not rid
are spending two weeks with friends this week in Jacksonville with Mm. Rev. R. E. Blanchard of Fort yourself of chronic ailments: that SEEDS-New fall catalog now ready. jI 4 4If

and relatives in Valdosta Klckliter's sister, Mrs. Janie Wood Pierce supplied the pulpit Sunday eve- State road department awards are undermining\ your vitality I you are not on our mailing list It
I ward. ning. eleven contracts for highway construction and have not been receiving our
. I work. Purity your Dr. O. L. Haynes returned Thursday '
Mrs. V. R. Reddish Is spending a a tlioroi"h course of Calotubs, send Seed I :
will it. Kilgore
night, after several weeks spent Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Duncan and few days In Miami this week with her onvl1leSouth Jacksonville twice week for several gladly
-onco or a
Fla. 8-14-2t $
in Atlanta Ga. I I daughter! Miss Katie of MJam Co., I'lant City, ,
were daughter, Mrs. James Godwin. to have white way lighting system weeks-and see how Nature rewards "
visitors to'Starke Monday. Mr. Dun- '
D. P. Carpenter and J. J. Truby dan and family had been on a motor. Mr. and Mrs. John Teston and famIly Dade City-Bank of Pasco County ]/ you with, health. SEED I'f::1;

returned Friday from a motor trip to trip to Ashvllle,,N. C., and Washington of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here remodeling quarters, and heavy build- Cnlotulis are the greatest of all I N. C. or Florida Runner Sled Peanuts

Black Mountain, Winston-Salem and D. C., and while at the lattet with relatives.Mr. Ing program being carried out. system purifiers.. Got a family $1.00 per bushel (Four cents k i
other places in North Carolina. I place attended the funeral of the late package, containing full direction.1 per pound) f. o. b. Lowell Fla. >t
William Jennings Bryan. Mr. Dun I and Mrs C. A. Knight, of Arcadia-200-acre Spanish subdivision *, price :35 cts. ; trial package, II. T. HALL COMl'ANY. ,
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph can formerly lived here and has Starke, motored to Lawtey Sunday opened h..re. I Adv.
numbers afternoon. 10 cts. At any drug store. ( ) 19tf. Lowell, FU., k|
of friends who
were glad to see Clearwater-Charter granted for kIp

Mrs. D. L. Rigby and children, of him again. George and Oscar McCulley, of school.

Tampa, returned home Saturday after ST. MARK'S Jacksonville, were guests Sunday at awardedsoon : We charge ) ;
the home of Mr. and Mrs David Dur- San Jose-Contract. to be can your
two weeks visit here with relative
The service for the Eleventh Sun- ban. for installing now modern wa- VES 8 HIJS
day after Trinity will be at 11 a. m.. 'terworks system here.ClearwaterCharter.
All who have not a church home Mr. and Mrs-w-T.: : Fincher and Storage Battery In .
Mrs. A. H. Kirby and son, A. H. Jr., are cordially invited. children were visitors here Monday granted for
and Mrs. Mary Alvarez, of Ralford, i Monday is St. Bartholomew's Day. afternoon. constructing $1,000,000 bridge across
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. ; Tampa Bay. StarkeFla.

Errol Alvarez.Mr. MEET Roy Reddish was a business visitorto I Smith's
STARKE GROWERS TO Gainesville Monday.A. LakelandConstruction of new Garage

and Mrs.\ George B. Flynn, who I Starke Growers' Association will 1 $000,000 hotel to start Immediately. .
have been visiting her parents, Mr. I hold a regular meeting on Saturday, N. Jones spent Sunday in Jack- .
August 22nd, at 3:00: p. m., at the sonville. More than $1,500,000 to be spent .
and Mrs E.
Paul Canova, Sr., left I court house. for public schools in Pinellas County -
Sunday for their home in Orange L. L. Dorman came home from Bald- within next year.ClearwaterGuaranty. I' .

City. I EVANGELISTIC HROTHEKHOOI win and spent Sunday with his fam-
I iiy. Title and ,
Mrs. Ray Colley came up from West 1 A seryjce! was held in the Baptist Trust Company's present building
Palm Beach the first of the week and church In Gris'iam Sunday afternoonby being razed to make way for new '
will remain for sometime at the homeof the Brotherhood. A team will visit Mrs. Fortune Moulin, of Jacksonville -
Mrs J. F. Colley. | and hold services there again the was the guest Sunday of her

fourth Sunday in September at 3:30: mother, Mrs. M. Padgett.The ,

Contracts for deeds, chattel mort-'. m.Members I marriage of Mrs. Lomle Herndon For Sale!

gage blanks, option contracts, war- of the Brotherhood are I i and R. B. Moseley was solemlzed
deeds retain title tur- attending the revival services being
ranty notes last Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at
pentine leases etc., for sale at the held at Heilbronn by Rev. Hinton, of i the home of the bride's parents, Mr. 80 in Bradford County, M
office. 'Jacksonville and taking much 'In I acres
Telegraph :[
and Loadholtz.
1 Mrs. Rev. R. E.
i I terest in the meeting. Through the Blanchard of Fort Pierce performedthe Section 35: 21 acres cleared balance AVE

John B. Byrne has accepted a position efforts of the Starke members of the I I ceremony. in cutting tlmebr or can be

as ranger with the Forest Experiment -, Brotherhood, the music for tho meeting turpentined. Half mile from It.
a a a'a
Station at Starke and will has had some special features H. and state road mile to P. O.
report for duty soon. I which have been greatly enjoyed.PRESBYTERIAN FLOKIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL ,
REVIEWS Right In the heart of the Straw-

Lenthall Wyman left Saturday for( a a berry belt all land I Is clay bottom:1.500
a vacation in Massachuetts and North Winter Haven-Widening of Sixth -$: cash, $350: binder bal-
Carolina. He will be In Washintgon I Preaching services will be at eleven Street approved; work to begin im when abstract I H delivered. EARNINGSand
business week. I o'clock a.m., and at eight o'clock p. mediately. ance
on for
'I This property Is held at thin

Mrs Alma McMillan, of Jackson- m.It requires some effort these hot Wildwood Baltimore capitalist price for one month will advance

ville, Is spending her vacation with "! days to attend church-there are so purchase Bank of Wildwood; Wild- sharply after time Is up. You I

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. La- I many poor excuses for not attending wood suburb opened as result. deal with owner who has held SAVINGS 4t
-but those who make the effort will!! ,
f'. gergren. I thin). more of themselves-besides 1 Fort Pierce-Acme Lumber Com this property for 26 years neveron

they will give their conscience a rest pany purchases ten-acre tract be- the market before.BURNS. .
\--. Miss Nannie Howell, who has been I -ft will not be prodding themhencewill tween St. Lucie and Indrlo as site for In order to live to-day and to-morrow you must I
the I
guest of Mrs. J. F. Kickliter Jr..
new $100,000 conrete block and tile
I better. Make the effort.
returned Sunday to her home in Jack- sleep manufacturing plant.L.keiandBuilding. earn money. In order that your family may live,
I Sunday school at 10 o'clock a. m.
I '
.o H vple. The children will be there and so will permits l Issued and live better ten years from now, you mutt \Id's.
the teachers. first two weeks of July totaled $334- SAVE MONEY. t .
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Farmer, of St. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8:00 725. Green Cove Springs, Florida

Petersburg, and Mrs. Julius Adamind p. m. All the church officers and alt -- The accumulation of your savings and! the interest ;
son, of Tampa, spent Friday herewith the choir will be at prayer meeting. Tsjnpa-Chicago capitalists purchase +
friends. The party were en- Hence YOU had better not miss it. $500,000 forty-acre tract along .--- added mean a better future.

route to Indian Springs, Ga., and I Hlllsborough Avenue; to be subdivided .
Asheville, N. C. into building lots. 666 Come in and Talk it over

Mrs. G. G. BrocRett and son, George, StudentsEntering Lakeland-Bank clearings for first;' M a p-.- .. With Us Now

Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Slarr an! little weeks of July' totaled 6252107.71, Malaria. Chills and Fan
daughter Margaret, all 'of T usvtlle,|I an Increase of 180 per cent over same I Dengue or Bilious Fever
returned home Friday after several the .Atlanta-South period last year. I It UIW Uw i._

days visit here with relatives and ern Dental College In October I
Lake Worth-New creamery to be BANK OF STARKE
friends. should matriculate at once. This here. .
I IMrl. I opened habitual Constipation Cured
J Is the last year it will be possible I la 14 to 21 I Days
James Cunningham, of Sanford > to enter a dental college Stuan-New switchboard being Installed -i -LAX-F08 WITH PEPSI is a sp'! HaHy- Th. Bank of Helpful ServiceWE
Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, Sr., Miss in local telephone office, to .Im-. prepared SyrupTootc-Laxatlve Ha bltualConMlpatlon.
school education.
Lacy Mae Kickliter, of Stuart, and f l with only high It relieves promptly aDd
Charles Lucian Kickliter motored to !r and increased enrollment must T. Cur a CoM Its .,.. ttrey I should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto PAY 4 PER CENT.ONSAVINCS

Ocala Friday and spent the day. be provided for In the new building Tik LAXATIVE!: BKOMO QU0INK' !: ( ',-,. t'UHM I Induce regular action. It Stimulate and
I I tin Umilh ud Hmbck cud _*."th. Regulates. Very FteaMnt to Take. Me
now under construction. Cold.; E. W." (iltuvrs .....__.esa .... 1.e. per bot e. I
Hollls V. Knight returned home

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._._ n_ _". __ 0 0 0 0 u -I Hall's Catarrh Medicine I JOHN F. CROSBY DIES Parents should try to direct the
inerles of.beir\ children into something -
Those who are In m. run-down" condition -
I c will notice that Catarrh bothers them I Jacksonville, August 16.-John F. c6nstructive, and should see
I 1101,574 Games much health more This than fact when proves they lOr.that In while<>
FARMERS and Catarrh .la a local' dliinam.. It 'I" greatly R. M. Crosby, 532 Clara Terrace, was ]pour out their energies and to make
i Influ ncM by constitution" I rnndlttona.H ( found dead in bed yesterday morning. '' ,noise. "Keep still," "stop that rack
'ii. rAT"Hi H in.mriXE la a
.. .. .. i Combined Treats1nt, bath local and Internal A heart attack which occurred during I ,et," and similar admonitions are
i iAll'f1CI.ES and 'atarrh'n ti... ea.tul ,In the. the night was /given as the cause of i ,much too common.
TO CONTRIBUTE treatment cf ( fm ver forty years.Pnid
AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED tij. all druBHi his death. The body will be forwad- ,
'ARlJEnS: FAILM 1 EXrEIUENCES AND IETnOUS FOUND V. J iftentv &" Co.. T<>1.do. Ohio. ed this morning tr the Sea hole Fu- !. Winter Haven-Contracts awarded

ll'i ', 010' OUR COUNTY neral Parlors- Starke for burial. j for constructing two new schools.

CORN; others.\ A number of out-of-state I| I I Not a Boy-a Bob j

ruml PROTECT WEEL: C.\IWON speaker were also present and took I j ,, PuzzleThe l lI

I "ti BISULPHIDE HOES IT part in program.the different These sections Included of such themen's ,i I [Our Cross-Word

r' i (Spuds Johnson) men as W. C. Luasetter, editor of The ] I
Birmingham I
[ Farmer ,
Progressive j
slave I "
(t flrhnt'8! the use to work and Ala. Dr. Dr. J.. F. Duggar, of the i a j
don't save? ; I thIs publishing it this week. The definitions -
then I sheer Joy of seeing puzzleIn
:)Making we "
, crops the
Alabama! ; Dr. J. F. Duggar, of i I I I
The little blackish corn weevil burn C. P. Blackwell of the Soil Improvement print have prompted its author to were all checked carefully and '

Is not at all a small evil. ; Committee, Atlanta, Ga; \I f II I r i effort-for certain it Is that it was they are correct-BO don't lay the
Give him a dose of "high life" BBS, the Na- I I mailed in to this fail to
J. M Patterson, president of 1 newspaper-unslgn-I I blame onto the author if you >>
Ills dirty work will then be past.I tional Pecan Growers' Association, I I y- A I'd. It Is a good
little eye openerin re- hard or difficult word in it, so we are work it.
ran across a Putney, Ga.; V. W. Lewis, marketing (
to the -
gTird to the.damage caused specialist of the North Carolina Ex- I
each year by weevils. It I] 1 S 7I
and other'
; tension Service, Raleigh; I
in eatime/ed/ that the Florida corn Some of the outstanding speaker.* I I II EP 10s i2
bush- fl
will be 12, 55OOO I '
i crop thlsiyear on the women's program were Mln I '
that one- I
els. It i tile estimated will Mary MimI, organiuztion specialistof / I
fifth!! of or 2.811,000 bushels the Louisiana Extension Service, I 2a u 23f

be destroyed by weevils this' winter. Baton Rouge; Miss Ola Powell, of i I dt, ,,
of p'1ROCA f .
sell bushel corn r
What can you a tho United State Department of Air-I, 'T'v. etl tr
for In your: community? Multiply the rlculture, Washington, D. C.; and I I II II I .
felling price of a bushel of corn by Tfy'Ray I : u r' as sr
r Mrs. W. N. Hutt, editor of the farm I X31
i the number of bushels that will be women's page of the Progressive Far- Schalk-Chicago Whlo' I

i destroyed by weevils, find you will mer, Southern Pines, N. C. Sox, has broken all major: league? I
I _"find that indeed thia pent Is no records-for twelve years catching .ice 9u 91Jn
"sliiull evil." At 50 cents a bushel COTTAGE CHEESE more than 100 games a year. He 'I

for born: the Ions in Florida this. year UTILIZES SKIMMILK set a new record last week when I .1 .
will be over a million dollars. It h. caught game number 1574.
seems to me thnt It would be much Cottage cheese is a highly nutritious I
+ cheaper to control this pest with car- product and liked by almost II I t 1 Pa ss stl
i r bon bisulphide or "hlfh life." everyone, especially since it can be I .- .-" _
While the cribs are empty or near 1 served in a variety of ways. A great i Ii w, 3 r se lis ca j jI
I before harvest begins is a good number of seasonings, both savory I keting Bureau has been used by anda i
; I lf ly time so to make them rat-proof and and sweet, may be used with it. It blessing to the people of the state, /
form the basis of salad and Governor Hardee said that there Is a
weevil-proof. To treat corn carr may
i r bon bisulphide, it ia necessary to have sandwich fillings or appear in one necessity of some united effort on 111I\ I HORIZONTAL 10. Like Jrl! .

an air-tight container. I f you don't of the many kinds, of roll or loaf, part of fruit growers and farmers of 1. An article 12. Like ashes
want to make the whole crib air-tight which housekeepers know how to some kind of a working syctem co- 24. Manner; method
make from combination of materials. cperative marketing.One 3. Unoccupied
with ventilating windows, why not I 16. A small closed room for prisoners
'c fix up n big bin for the purpose. of Nuts are partlculary good in theseI of the things that would follow : i 6. Waiting '

treating the corn in batches I rolls whether the latter are cooked or such cooperation would probablybe ) I 9. Denominate 17. Unnecessary activity (Plural) ,

Hunk the corn. In the field or as soon uncooked intended for a hearty dish, a more equitable freight rate, he IAVToc..TE 1 111. Invade suddenly. 19. Northeast (Abbr.) ?"1 .

t as It Is him'i'.tted. Place the husked or served for dessert. said pointing to the fact that Cali- More severe than ever is the 113. Exists Intervals 2.. A tract of land surrounded _byi'.
corn in the air-tight receptacle, and From an economic standpoint, fornia places products on the New new hair bob the beach beautiesare 15. Latin water ." .
w/ set the carbon bisulphide in a shallow xklmmllk should be utilized for human York market, a distance of three making popular this summer. 17. In the year of the .reign ( 25. Second day after: Good Friday. .

} I pan on top of tho corn. Two pounds food rather than for animal food times that from Florida, at a few Above is Mitzi Beth, as she wears A br.) 27. An age; eternity "I
w will be needed for every 100 cubic ft. and cottage cheese offers a convenient more cents per car than Florida: does. It-meaning both bob and bathing 18. Put on, as a garment 29. To remain .
r' of space. If the bin is 4x10x3 feet, or means of utilizing it to a good Governor lIardee also calls attention tog. 120. Part of the verb "to>> be" 50. To come together

200 cubic feet, 4 pounds of carbon bi advantage. It can be manufactured to the :facts that FlorUla/ produces: Belong in the rear 32. Relate ,"-"$)

( sulphide will bo needed. on the farm and in the home with but a better quality fruit than California, \\2.1. An animal 31. Forenoon (abbr.)
i Keep the bin closed for'at leant 30 little labor and expense, whether for I in only one-third the distance from VETERAN GETS; RECORD t Puts or place 3' Like ,
p minutes. The carbon fliulphide formsa home consumption of for marketing I New York, and yet California markets STRAWBERRY FIELD 28 Bone" I 37. A tratlse on the science of the ;i-
on a small scale. Good, slean, skim- in New York than 30' A -
!gas! rapidly and penetrates every more products I' pronoun earth and physical farces .?
crevice In the bin. It Is highly inflammable milk, clean utensils, and careful attention does Florida.Mr. Refuse or rubbage (mining I ) 39.A bird of Arabian mythology,,:;-
and fire must be kept to details are the essentials' \ Hardee paid a glowing tribute Wilmington, N. C.-Arthur Yates, : 33. Final (Plural) .
away from it. I for good quality in the product. to the research work being conducted young farmer and world war veteran,I 35. A :fox-like African animal 41. Engendered 'F"

I have used this methd several Cottage cheese is made from skim- by the State College and Extension living near here, obtained a yield of 36. Ancient Irish Language 44. Repitltlon of sound -

years, and find that It Is cheaper than I' milk that has soured, either naturally I Division, stating that had it not been 3,000 crates, 32 quart capacity froma 38. Before; earlier 46. Conjunction :. '\
boarding: weevils, when my stock Ior through the use of a starter. Rennet for the efficiency of these organUn- 25-acre field of strawberries, dur- 40. A cloth 48. A title of respect given gentle: ;
need( oil the corn produced on the place I' or junket tablets aid in the production Lions and tha State Plant Board, the ing the strawberry season just ended.i I I11.. Near men Oi-::
iin\wuy. 1 don't\ have any corn to : of a finer-textured and more I citrus industry of the state might todDY The entire output averaged ?5 per 42. Toward 19. To encourage wrong-doing f
uniform cheese and reduce losses of straits accountof crate or a total of '115,000. Accordingto I I43. '
throw away. I be In desperate! on A fish a 51. A kind of fish ,- ; ;
curd in the whey. By their use also citrus canker. actual figures, this young soldier I ......,. Smell 1 52. Sick -v', .
I NC, MANY( FI.nUmA.COUNTIES. I the making of the cheese requires less farmer has demonstrated that farming 47. About Latin Ahbr.) 54. Sum ., IN
',t WILL HOLD COUNTY FAIRS time end attention than other meth- WHITEWASHES pays, in that he has averaged a I 43 A prefix: denoting ill up. IV /
MAKING 65. The Egyptian sun god .
".!''iI:, THIS FALL AND WINTER ods, In a new farmers' Bulletin, No. TIIAT WILL "STAY PUT" 110,000 annual income during the ]last .0. A color: 57. A president (initials) .
., 1451, Making and Using Cotttage eight years, including the war period. "
Flans for county fairs to be held 58. A note of the scale ,
) Cheese in the Home, by Kenneth J. I : I 1>3. Port for ships CO. A of music Abbr. "
this fall and winter are being made II Matheson and Jesse M. Hoover, of Wite wash has many valuable uses Act measure ( .)
by many Florida counties, accordingto the Bureau of Dairying: United States around the farm home, fences chicken QI "
r7. Stepped
the Agricultural Extension' Division Department of Agriculture,; direc- yards and barns. One of the most 50.' 1..U.1! !: 5 H A n .2.; a ;:r'I. !Ic I nIi
Equal : .+
at Gainesville. I serious troubles with it in the past
tions are given fur making cottage ( A stringed instrument IA'f6T 5 H [. N U- r. .!'..J "! '':-r R
C. E. Matthews, Broward County
cheese by any of those methods. has been to get one that will stick Full Line of IT i"1f(1" 9
r I a I62. Tax, payment RED II As T' I
agent, that the county commissioners '
rejjorts Following two
for a long time" are
Many for
r' have aside to suggestions the use of cottage Undtrtahtn' Supplies 63. Lad 'C EL.FINl'8A I R N J 'i 2
Hot money
cheese included in the mixtures that are good stickers
are bulletin VERTICAL h ilk 1 r R A DeE f It' t-;
put on ft county fair and send exhibits A mixture durable white, .
which all prefioA, good ,
supersedes I T i L E P A d T e'i iI
e.> to tho.tltate fnirs.! Plans ore alto publications the and easily prepared is recommended AUTOMOBILE HEARSE 1. A leaping jumping amphlbean
on subject. Copies hand. The best resembling the frog g 0 R U 5 Iii ElK l I. FAN 8
being made for 11 1920 county fair In !IlJy the National Lime Association. Always on service .
be obtained while the last
(' Palm Beach, according to county may supply I at the lowest price Special ) Half an em 0 S A" etl Iij; M Di BORNEO
by writing to the United States Department It is made as follows: I
limit S. W. Hiaat.AUichua of Agriculture, Washington I Sonic 5 pounds of casein in about 2 attention to telegraph or. 3. Makes known. 3 1.I E D iih BIT Con IA g
county is planning a county D, C. gallons of warm or hot water until ders. Registered Embalmer. 4. Beloved -VfoI'RIiiPR': !; ; OF D L
fair, and county agent Fred L. Craft thoroughly) softened (about 2 hours) 5. Before L. t uf' E.5 n 01 rl .E 6 P

"' An enormous decrease during the Di.-olve) 3 pounds of trl odium phos- DeWITT C. JONES 6. Mixed type in print shop A 0 RED II'i' S 011'1 f(9 A
preslum ,I past two years in the sale of new turpctine i, phnte in 1 gallon of'water and add 7. A man's name (short form) 15 III W ;WA oS fRI T Dr l IJ!!! 9 t ,""
r Other Florida counties which are i it'xpcctctl cups ta.be used for collecting ;I, to the casein solution. Allow the STARKE, FLA I 8. Daughters of American Revolution s.:t E A.iK N A E UI.! A. t A j Iii

t t '' to hold county fairs are I the crude turpentine gum from the ,, mixture to dissolve. Prepare a thick I ::'::' ':" III G (abbr.) IO 'R e: CHI I N I ID 'f C 4

k Mnillson( Taylor, Jefferson, Walton, southern pine trees has been reported !I cream' by mixing 60 pounds (one -
Oknlossn, Manatee, Lee, Marlnn, :f to the Bureau of Chemistry, United'' sack) hydrated lime in 7 gallons water -

Orange, Pasco, Plnellas, Osceola, States Department of Agriculture, by stirring vigorously Dissolve S
Polk, Dude and \ouam. The project the manufacturers of the cups. Only pints of formaldehyde in 3 gallonsof BREAKING INTO THE BIG LEAGUE By A, B. CHAPIN

is >u Id to be under consideration in 10,0."jD,000; new cups were manufactured water. When the lime paste and
' + Leon and Wakulla counties also. and sold for use during the cur- casein solution are both thoroughly DII
I _. Bay und some of the adjoining rent season of 1923-26. This quantity.. cool slowly add the casein solution TiE DAY RETOOK Nls IAi"'=

1 counties nre said to be considering Is 8,189,000 less than the production to the lime, stirring constantly and FIPSTBLUE 1 "

\ holding a joint felt of new cults reported for the 1924-25 vigorously. Care must be taken not RIBBON aepTOr /
A three-day farmers' Institute at season and 14,708,800 leas than the to add the formaldehyde too rapidly, { + ,
I DeLand was put on recently by County quantity for tho -e .
I ., { reported 1923-24 sea- as carelessness may cause the caseinto I r f COlFA
; I 'h j Agent T. A. Brown, who received '' son, a decrease of approximately 60 "jell out" and spoil \the batch. t tt0 r rI rp

r much helpful cooperation from the' per cent in two years. In place of the hydrated lime a
Volusia County Fair Association.This cold .
11A lime paste from the slaking of
association seems to be n live I :.18 pounds of burnt lime may be used.
: l o rganlzntlon, and they are planning FOIl COOPERATIVE MARKETINGGainesville
I This mixture may be either sprayed -
i \ for a splendid fair this winter. -
" "I Fla.,- "Governmental or applied with a brush.A .

I, FARMERS' WEEK COMES TO ,, nostrums and half-baked political slmplier mixture but not so dur-
i I :' CLOSE AT STATE UNIVERSITY plans will not benefit the farmer or able Is made by slaking carefully 20
I 'I any other class for long," said Ex-: pounds burnt lime by adding 6 gallons .
j The fourth annual Farmers' an.I' governor Cary A. Hardce, in nn eloquent of water in small portions. Ina -
Fruit Growers' Week which closed at appeal for cooperative marketing wooden vessel dissolve 1 pound sine /

.t the College of Agriculture of the University of farm products before Farmers' sulphate in 1 gallon of water. When : I 1 l
,.I of Florida Saturday morning Week visitors Wednesday. Governor dissolved, add he sulphae solutionto 91i' /<

Is .iklc.iied to be one of the most suc- Hardee's talk, which was delivered in the lime. Thmen add.J ballon of ) 'f?
CE's' ful events of Its kind ever helu the University auditorium at 11 skimmilk.! Mape up.enough for: only ::

r in thu state. An attendance of near- o'clock Wednesday morning, August one day's application, and keep the ; N fL t* -. ,
ly 70 men and women was registered 12, had the ring of sincerity and the mixture stirred while it Is being au-
1 from every section of Florida. wealth tif much wisdom back of it. ''plied. Apply with brush.Wanted. .

The programs throughout the week i, "In the final analysis, the_workingout

i were of unusual Interest and value. of our problems is the individuals i 1 .
Among the prominent speaker; from and the government panacea cannot ,
Florida were ex-Governor Cary A. help for long The thing that fruit i -

t Hardee, T. J. Brooks, chief clerk of growers and farmers of the state :
4 the State Deparement of Agriculture, ought to do is to consider seriously 1e1

6 Hon. L. M. Rhodes, commissioner of cooperative marketing." A .
the State Department of Agriculture, Pointing out that the State MarCh Acreage and developed properties < a /rr
,..., -'
I any section.
-- ,
Leading New York Brokers .

located in the heart of the financial -

district have clients waiting

for recommended properties.
a it 1
Correspondence invited from 4ea

owners and responsible Brokers.

1:1 and Fever, 0

Dengue, Malaria
)+ A.Fee general tonic. ..,( a
J. S. Fried & Co.

20 Broad Street, New York, City


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I. Mr. Prank t,. 'Warren\ at .J.. Defendants 1!.I recorded" In th* Public Rx-ord of tha ClerVl ,.
II appearing; by affidavit' appended to th. Office, at Stark. Bradford County Florida I,
= ;I Mil.. filed I in ,Uw above itatad-eaue that .Bal.. This Urd day. A. D. two. ,
i II. freeman and husband Bmmltt B. ... I ofRtC \ WHIfKHEvn. [[ THE OLD WEST IN I
I man. Lottie Warren. INxlo Meehan and It .1 fliiardlun for 1lnl. Whituhr.d ACTON
F jIkQ band Jack W. Meehan. the defendant. .... I 7-244-I-Si. Minor..
.,an>...! are n-raldvnta, of the Slate of ,. .

: i ida and that Ball!* '_m.n and husband. NOTICS OP APPLICATION FOB TVT. -..--_-
Emmllt Freeman and LotM Warren are I I ltrO UNt>r.lt 8FCTIOV S7I OF v. .
each realilanti I of brand Valley of th* Slate I I THE UKNKHAL SrATUTESNotice .
nf Colorado and that Dial Meehan and'
.,, husband Jack W. Meehan each realdenta _
,_. are j! U
---------- hereby O. 'lion
of 5U Lonlavllle' Avenua. of Monroe, Slato. ofUoutolana : purchaser of tax No Dio.C'thl dntrd, :
: A CALL TO LTY: (.IVES SAL- thv N. rth 1dc of the. Northwest quarter off and each are ovor the age of twn' Cod lay of i8I.t 1920 has flied
i tile 8outhMi.it quarter and the Northea.it quarter tr-on rear* : It IB therefor ordered that Bald certIficate In and has mail
LIE SOME NEW INSIGHTS !I cf the Southwrat quarter' of about threwacr non-Nwulent defendant lID and they are b._ application for tax deed .luau In accord S:
.. also on. half aa.. In th. Northwest by required to appear' to the bill of *omplalntflint anc with law. Bald certificate embrace the ,
oormr of the Northeast quarter of the South In Bald cauae on or befor Monday Lbs i| docrlbd "' .ituated, I"r.dtenl '
After Elite had gone to bed, I .at 1 wont Quarter 1 In Section Thirty-one, I 7tb day of Seutpmber A. D. LIla. otherwi. foUmrlnv County Florid..,11. .4.
rI&lnln" I 0'
'.Vyfl South Ran,.. Twenty-two on- th. allegations of eald bill will lID taken Meonftwwil 9 of Iilk. 1. In Ward Section 5. .
', for a long time turning things over on. hundred. fifty-aU and ODe half by ail( defvndanta.It I "Lt 3. 1%. 20 B. CI\

In my mind. There were more reasons .or** mora or lew. II I* further ordered that this' order: b* pub.iiah.d I f Th. .Id hind being aaanucil at the Uat. of
ROSA Z. N)1tWOOD one a week for four eoneecuUr wk
leeuaiic of auoh Certificate In the
why I should go with her than Guardian., of ids! May P.nny. In tb. Bradford County Telegraph a nw*. h Ward* Unless Mid oertiflral Dm.. .

stay at home. Linlght be able to keep Putt Antrim. Til. lv 25 ____ S.14..18MASTER'II paper publlhed In said County and 8t.... 1 oU.lo...* redeemed aooonltna to law tax deed will i
j This August 4tn. U25. IDNUO thereon on the Slat day of Annual A. iI
her from the headlong gait she bad BALB i 0. W. ALDERMAN O. 192S. I

planned besides father was anxious I I Clerk. Circuit Court Whores my official signature and teal thla

for me to have a change. When flvreby rntte .. Riven that antler. and by I B. (I. A. KNIGHT lh S7th day of July A. D. 1029.G. .
virtue of that eertam. final deere. of torsoclosure I I Deputy ClerkSolicitor W. ALDERMAN ____
I returned the hardest time would madn and ,....d B. 1:. KNIGHT Clerk .
.. on the ftr-t day afAuKiit CI..1 Court lini lf r have passed, for by then Curtlss A. D. 1025 by the Hon. A. Z. Adkl,.. :, for Complainant 1-,-, -< By C. A. Knight ;
Juiik-e ../ the Ei.htJ, Judicial Circuit Court of 781tll.i Deputy Clark.NOTICF .
would have married Anne. I wincedat Florida' In and for DraJrord County. In Chan I ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn .

the thought. Yes I'd It e.,.,.. In that certain ...".. therein pending be OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED ,
go. was tween tha complainant the FeUerat Land Bankof I Circuit Court Eighth; ;; Judicial Circuit UNDER 8KCTION .75 OP TIlE i e trz i 41 j h1rwsscr WY4'3j

certainly the easiest way out. ColnmbiBt a eorporatlon. and the dofandsnta Bradford ounty. Florida.. la Chancery.. CbNEKAI. I C
The phone ran J. T. lUddUib and Lawtoy National Farm I' N. U Hull. complainant.V.VUIIEC TUBa I '
:; I
Loin ,"_I.Uon. eortraratlon The .adar- I ,
"And be it you, Miss Sallie It's Hned' special matter In paid en UK.. appointed 'S. .hrt..t I* given that N Din Wain. : I
\v. Cole et al. defendant wrlirht purchainr of part of ail
to said d"Pr>. will.
execute Monday tha
Clancy at the plant, Mis' Clancy's'wantln' a 7th day of StnUmbrr. A. D.. 1928 on durinir tha BILL TO REMOVE Cl.OUD. QUIET TITLE *Ucued*rtlnata the numbered respectively 243 and 210 ,, a so .. ..,- _--rha.. a.ea
by Tax Collector of IlradfordC'ouoiy
)'er ma'am. The doctor says bouw lotral hnura:door In of Stark pale. h''fiiro';: : before:. the aonri AND OTHER RKUEF. Florida. Stile! eertlncat' I . by D "ll 1''leUAH I
County .umbo"
her baby moignh't last through der ) I It appearing from the aJletistlons of theaworn 243 being' 0"-
July 191 and
Ida, cell the following de oribeU lands altuated < 0..1 hlgtnvtjt and byway this yrnr lend rnii< li., l to ,',
Could bill of complaint In the above. ......, nnmbered dated July I, IlUa ;i\ lhl I.t. KO ."nin lup
eight. yer come Ma'am I and In Bradfovd brat bidder County.for Florida". to the biglisos i that the ala and _Id.a... of the defendsnt I RIO aaid certincatea In my office and h.. sad World' Championship lotlt which la tn l hI h. II! fnl ntu.' .!.tnyb" ,
cash to-wit lnnlll
know ft. askin' a lot"- West half' of Northeast quarter of Northqu.rt. 000"... W Col.*. If IIvl..... and If dead then avpllratlon fur la* to Is.. Inoordane a.-. Augruat l 13 fly cut rate trntn. liont or automobile, \Mih ot ,
hID )heirs "1."_. letcMteee and _I.... 1M... with law. "tIM rlltl" 1111.
"Of I'll! ...
and west of
Clancy auction
come 21. Township 5,
course Range Lls.le R. Balsden. If and up to share the trip thotiHtimU of tourlxi tire !ito ttute intml,
28 E.... centaintnir' 80 llvlnir. If dead then Said certificate* reepeotlvcly .mb... CXIIMUMI lo
thank' you for calling. Tell Mrs. Said .. to be made acre pursuant* more or to !k.and forth I I her heirs. devisee*., I..t_ and anslvna: K. I followlnic land In Bradford County. Flrid.. th Into tb. utinof>i>liere ,r 1(19( real Went.

Clancy to be plucky and that I'll be of ,....... B Drew. If livfntv ami It dead then hi* ". at tha dal. of the Uauanc .
"" satIsfying tho said d witheosta. ..
pnr" CklcaKn'i
hud' *. legate,.. ...v...... and ...''un.. are all ertlneatea, In the names .. hereinattar new "iRllhlu on (.lk. Mlohlsun U to I.OILtil.' .
right out. A. 8. CREWS I unknown and there I* no person In the State particularly Mt forth .t..t capital .,t Amrrlran ipnrt, tlirntiKlt. the efTort of the dolnestlO and I reign

Not topping to change ray clothes, Special' Master In Chancery. I >ice f Florida known to complainant the .....* CertiHcet No 243 mbracea weal half of comU rce coniralttc of the 8ix'l.itloa of Cumnierr
D.1:. KNIfJHT I of a subpoena bind the I northwest quarter of aouthwrat quarter aaa-
I threw a few things in my bag and Solloltor for Complainant.' said dcfindsnta ; And hR.i..uI10. : and tlon 12 town.hip A, .outh r.n.. 1U ... HOacr The .torv of the rouutlup cad lh. roileo Is Urn story of rotnnnr It the

was off. Speeding in answer to the '.1.St-II-. New Irema. Orlean C. Jones.State hi.of wife Louisiana of 7 VI Pta and. street the Certlllcat<.. aiievMied No M.810.. Nannie embrace V.north Handley.half of real.1Pllt.. Into the nln* duya of the CI"IKO event ,1) be packed nioro

call of distres, I realized that it' MASTERS SALE following named dtfendanta A. H John, if eouthwiwt quarter and southeast quarter of during rests nnd djBttiulc action than l I. privilege of ntuny to wllni-n. In nllfetliue.

would be impossible for me to go living and if .ad. then to hI. heirs devtaee northwret quarter section K8 t..hlp. 8, Tex Aunt In. producer f th. inonl mircettHful oo\vlvoy will
I and lenatee. and aaalun ; Jacob John couth range S2 east, 12I acrea, 10l"IHI.
abroad. Right now these people need Notice I. hereby dlven that under and by If llvlntr. and If ,dead then to Nettle *Wynn. lumbia Farm Land CorJraUoa. C orgnnlie and mileage the Chlciijo Hjctaclo.( Cowtiojn, cowgirls iiixl bulldoggers -

virtue of th.t certain Final Decree of for.- Pete Wynn. Cab Wynn and Susannah Con Unlcaa said ..rtlft.. redeemed vliumplaim all broiuhu
ed me and my place was here. No b* aecordlntf and longliorn Ntvur ilLiCit Ittivu ncornoilmaitcry
oloauro, mad and rendered on 6th day of heir of Jacob Johni. who* residence I I. un to law. tax will la.ue thereon 010
I'd have to let! Elite go atone. l September.' A. D 11>24. try Ronorabf, known to Jerry' M. John* If living ..ndI Aui-uatl A. D. lull. om will nebl out Il. battle royal fur ..Up.I".Y.roru .

Things were most chaotic when Iarrived. lewla. Judfrs of dl.* Fourteenth ,.dead. then to A. H Johns of Stark. Florida .hMtd'.0 offlnlul .iirnatur* and teal this tho "l"rul>" of tb. Sonthwoat to (Ihe runicos of Citnittlii, lbs ohulIrng. .
cult, ... dl..n.1 ,\1vrn Ensey and Charley Eo..,.. her hut band. .
of "Iorl. Hnnorabl A. V. I day of July, A. P. 1925. has ) the
The youngest member of or the Elirhth, Judicial. Circuit being of Jschaonvllle, I-orlda.! I heirs of Ji'r M U W. ALDERMAN 1's.PI among lurkMrlOI who have fought out .hi! ) rlvulrlos' nt

the family was indeed quite ill and a., ... In that certain ....... wherein Johns Kevin Johns, if living\ and ((1.1)) Clark Circuit Court. llrsdfo.4County the famous cowboy event la Chl"enne and tvudleton Nf! only n-fklng DIM
i oral Land Bank of Columbia a then. to EHxaheth, Johns, widow of ErvlnJolm .. Florida. glory of alco
victory will
they fur )
compete more tlum T.tO.rMM In cnih prlxrq
Mrs. Clancy momentarily expected the *. of Stnrko. Flnrl'ln,
I. anmplalnnnt, and C. R. Sanp, Arthur John of By A. KNIGHT t
:.v ,.tork. Someone had to take charge. h'. wife The I........ National .0..lIon.j Froatproof, Ftorltla. Ovid John*. of Tampa '-2..t.1 C Deputy Clerk.MASTER'S put up by lila Chicago aMovlatlon. Thla U (the largest atii'innt ghim unyvvhcrctbla

Association, a corporation' A. Florida Homer ,Johns ...r.dl..o. is nn year tor cowboy contrats. "Outlaw" hontv*. culled the worst on th,.
Though I worked unceasingly dur- : known. ,
Consolidated Naval Stores ;." Irvena Reynnlda and L. A. Reynold,
t. lug the next few days, it was most ""..lIon. and R. J Putoh! are her huabsnJ. of Loulibor Stat of North BALK ranges already are under contract with Tex AuMIn They cnn't b. ridden. I I. '.
'd.f."d.DU.1 Carolina heirs of Ervln John*. Annie B.! the promise of their Cnrltmd of
the understaa will offer for owners. slot-is, conditioned lltroiiifli the summer
satisfying to see the result of my effort sell to the highest and best bidder for .-h. Pet tit, widow of E. E. John., deceased and Notice )I. hereby alven that under and by Into
in the little home. When I was In front of the CourthntiM door In StsrVe, A. M. Pettlt. her husband of Gainesville\ virtue of that certain final drere of foreoloe. their greatest strength, will defy lie wits of the "bulldogxprs..
Bradford County.Florida.. on Monday the Florida. R M. Johns and Charley Johns. of lire tnad and r.no..d on July B7th. A. l>.. The stadium' Itvelf I. the world'a wonder work of artliltecture. Its nmaslv >
not nursing/ my patients, I was busy Stark, Florida 1028. by Adkln. Judge of the ,
7th of September D. 1929. during th* and Tholma William and lon..bl. colonnadca look down
keeping house and this was a new .t"hnnrs nf sale.! o't": rurpone of satis* A. J. Williams, her husband, of AlaehuaConnty Circuit and for Bradford Coan'l. upon I luge arena and tier of scats for 7 .O I Iperllone.
tying said Final' Deere, the following descrfb Florida heir of A. H. John through Florida, In that certain ..W. .. .... It la art In the ring of boulevard and IlHl1 und on the Ink* front
pleasure I had never known. With a ... lands tying and being in Bradford County E. E Johna deeeesedi. and to I.sura Con Br.dfor County Bunk a corporation la *om- which hare won for Chicago the title of the "vacation city."
little care the flower boxes that I had Florida to-wltf and Mamiicritt Con. whoa. address I Ia on .n Paul Valett. and Martha Valett
Fast half of northeast quarter of southeast known and to their heirs, davlseee and letfteee. *. his wIfe. defenilant.. the .n..II"o. The roundup and rodeo will solve your vacation problems so tell Mother

:;. filled with geraniums began to quarter'. and northwest qusrter of north If dead. To Jeff John. If llvln*. and If S".I.I Master. will offer for and Slater and the Kid) Brother to quit fretting over the summer's plans and ,
", ,bloom. In my spare moments, I sewed pal. quarter of southeast quarter and east dead then tn Jak. John.. of 8 tar he. Florida.anl sail for each to the hlnnect and beat bldil.r. for the of :,
In front get ready their lives.
of th
half of southwest qnarter' of northeast "u... It la alleged In said aworn bill of *omplstnt Court Houa door' In Btarko, thrml
I' ;t-; on white curtains with dainty ruffles ter. of southeast .......,'. Section T."t,.- n. that to all unknown heir or to the Bradford Connty. Florid. on Monday the 7th. ; t
that of named heir whose residence Is altared day of grptember A. D.. 192a. during the '
l'' so the house would be attractive (2H : South half of northwest quarter unknown
.. southwest northwest of that there .Is no parson In the 8tt of :legal cale. fop th* purpoa of .
quarter quarter
'. .' when the little Clancy looked northweat quarter of southwest ,tarter' and :1 Florida, the service of a aubpoena upon whom Inir I luFlno:1. Decree. the following; : : : !
out Into the world. southwest quarter of south went quarter. Bee* i would bind the said defendant and that It real lying and b.lnl In I I NO DAYLIGHT SAVING II
county Florida tn.wlttLota
It Is believed HER
by the complainant that the named
tlon Twenty-two (22 the northeast quarter
; :Mr. Clancy was one of the fore or northwest quarter of northwest quarter.. I I defendant are interested In the property involved Twenty.flv ((25)), Forty ((40) Frt, :

10\\,: men at the plant and his duties kept Section" Twenty-seven. ({") : all In Tnwnahlp In this Butt and enmplalnant atleire all one In((41)LotIon) and Fort'wi (42) In 4 I

t him from early morning until flue (B). South Ran,. Tw-nty-two (22} rsst I that he does not know and by diligent *earcbnd <&11.1 South Itanaa Twenty-two- .Oil, : I !
away of Lbs Tallahassee. Meridian containing, lift Inquiry has not been abl to ascertain Th. chore Tln2jniht) :
,1'',.! dark. He was devoted to his wifea ...... mora .r 1_. whether any of the defendants whose residence lion Township la according and to ,

pretty! bright eyed girl from the Special. Muter R. A.tn OR1EN.Chan.!: ...,.. I| Is t I alletted* .11.. ,...as. by unknown the Complainant I* dead or In alive hi.* sworn and. and public( frenrd. of ..':: =; Florida

.,' .,'Ito Emerald Isle. E. M JOHNS. ,1 bill of complaint that he believe ther are .leaa Inl.lnln. Forty ( ) .0 more or :
c .Solicitor for. Comntirhmnt. g.7 t. -4.MABTBB'g I 1 person Intereatei. In the. said property In. It
It sweet to the D.
was se gentle tenderness R. KNIOHT
voiced In this. suit. ..h.... name and age or I j
and kindly consideration of SALE ..... and whose residence. are unknown to A. S. CREWS Special Master
this big, rough and unpolished man. complainant and In sail .bill, relief .I I. prayed Solicitor for Complainant H-7 M-0-4 : 'j
attains such known
I and unknown '
pr- I
Notice. III hereby alvvn that under and byvlrtua
.. i
With the first lengthening: shadow .. .U" t
of that certain final ... of forectoaur I 9 MASTERS HALE !
Mrs. Clancy would begin to antici- made and entered. on tho 6th day of THRRRFORH!: t* oroered tnat. all pr I
Auauftt '\. T>.. 1028. h" the fTnnomhte. A. 7.. I I sons named In this order.. If Ilvlnsj, *.ndI
pate his homo-coming with a shining! .VrlUnn one. of the. JuJire'. of the eighth Judicial -1 dead, nil persons ciaimloe any Interest under Notice Is .hereby riven that under and by .1'1!

eagerness in her eyes. HER man I I Circuit of Florida In and for Bradford 1 the asld named defendnnts aforesaid de virtue of that certain Final Drerre : I' '
.. I I .ceased otherwise closure made and nndtrnd on June
County. In fhlineery. In that certain .u or ; and that all personawhomsoever .nln.D" .
More than ever did I realize how' therein pending between the! complainant' whose name, are and reel Id.no. IDZft. by Honorable A. f. ,%Mo.. |I Ii

impossible It Is to escape fundamentals Bradford County Book, a corporation, and F. I are aliened to .b* unknown to complainant and P. rireuft Co'trt In and for : !
I 5.1.. ... and Mary Sober. hi* wife. the underultcneil all person whoa. nm I I. altetrrd as known i Florida In that certain ..... .. ... ,
) no matter how hard we try. In Siieelal. Mutter. In laid caune ..ppolnt.ed I whoa residence la beyond th* State of Florida. nmMo. County Flank a 8orporat.c. Is eon,. ,
the heart of every girl whether It tn execute. said decree. wilt on Monday the that may be or..* Interested In theirreuncrler and r. Y. S.ot and J. H. Hatter' aredcfcnlonta. !
the iw Siwclnl Mn*>tr.
7th day of flentemher A D 1025 durinK the described; property or any part In..I..n.,1
7 lies under gingham or chiffon, there liHr.l hones of isle\ thereon before the court. tlioreof.. Mn' and being' In 8ta-ke.' Bradford .I i.(for for .III st>ll for cash to

must be a primitive yearning for a hou.0 door In mark Bradford. County Flor- | County Florida' described as follows i ,hlirr*jit and brat hlddnr. In front of the
CVmit Hotue door' In Htnrke. Uraford eount,
Idn' aetl the fotlnwlnir d..rlh.d land. .ituat.ed I ,
very cozy nest, a husband whistling In Bradford Count Florida. to the hlvheatbidHer Forty feet eej-t and west by Ninety feet Klfin,In. on Mondny thi :ird 01", of Aupritit
._ nnrtb and couth beginning *t southwest F> Ifl2) $. ditrlnor the lf>tral home of ,..I.. j
home children for h. to-wltt
at twilight and that of block Fifteen .
corner and
(If) run these for the purpose natliifyinii said Itocrtv ,
The NoHhwmt quarter of Ronthvant quarterof .sat Forty ((40) fret Uine. north Ninety .
are her very own. the ln'described real lying
of Section To..n.oh'p
the Sniilhwent 2S.
quarter feet. thence West Forty <40)) feet. thence" to : .. j
anti brIng in county. Florida '11 I ,
Strange feelings stirred within "me 6. South Ranire 22 Ea t. and containingin Thompson street thence Ninety feet South Th.. North U.dor Rant half the -
and longed for Curtlss Wright.I Said acre*sate mar to or fca lena mad pursuant to and for to startmv point, the flfteen ((1ft) feet north .outfit. ,tut quarter of Station Thirty.four. ((54). ,

learned a lot about family rela- tha "latbfaetlon of acid decree, with _la. of the above Forty by Ninety feet lot 1. re- Township Sin aerved for alley purpose. (22))
In the L
tionship during those days in the B. A. ORETNSpKlal!: : Po appear to the said bill of complaint on form Fi': : (in.7 :hrr .r of j!| I
or before the Seventh. day of September A. th .
Containing I
Clancy abode. Compared the home M. JOHNS! D. 1920 and In due ours* denn and set up Thirty-flva aerea : : j (Copifiskt ky. A.Oovul.".",. ,
)life of these simple folk with the Solicitor tor' Complainant .7t-.-4MASTER'8 whatever' claim' or Interest which you and cash :r. B. KNIGHT
tricks to
tho resorted the ;
Ifnny hy "outlaw"
ire bnrx ta throw bis rider.
I I you may have to the above tfcocribed prop .. In Chancery
married set of my own crowd. The SALK erty. or the said bill will be taken a* eon fee*. A 8. CRRWSSolloltov Pitching bucking every second of the tUne h. Is In the arena the bronchi f .

Clancys ereated an atmosphere of I ed airfctne. you, for Compalnant ST-5t04 struggles: fiercely to wlc the declnlon. No hiiikartm' muni "show .
I ITereby notlc .la .1.." that under and by It ta further ordered that this. order be d.118bt"
peace and happiness that completely virtue of that certain final dear.* of for. I published one a week. for eight onsecuttv between himself and his saddle or h* Is disqualified. '

enveloped their home, while with my I eloaur mad and entered on the Sth. day nfAuvuat. weeks In the Bradford. Connty Telegraph, a ORDER FOR PUBLICATION The sport of 'Iortl la the real cowboy and titles for the leadership ''4
A. D. be the Honorabl A. 7.. CUO"I.t
1B2S weekly newspaper of general clreolaUnn. pub t
friends there was a continual striving I Adkln. Judl of the Eighth Juillclal Circuit llshed. In Stark. Bradford *..aDI,.. Florida. In rircult Court. Elihth Judicial Circuit. In rldlnn "buld"lilnj" and roping will buckomos nnd t'owIrlewho '

to outdo the other fellow in elabor- I, of Florida. In and for Bradford CounUr In WITNESS the Honorable Jud.. of Bradford nl County, Stata of Florida In Chancery compel In Chicago Iloundtip and Worlds Championship Itodeo, which .r
Chan....,.. In that certain .... therein pend. the sail circuit court and the official ....1 of .
will bring of frontier life
ate parties and clothes. A tired lot I I Inc between the Complainant. The Federal" the Clerk of this court as well a* his .1.I nature U. W Dunham ComplainantU nile "II to the metropolis beginning August la

of people with a common interest to I i Land Bank of Columbia I a eornoratlon. and this the 9th day of July, A. l>. 1928. Tex Austin t"moll for aiiccensful rodeos h* ha. h.l. will direct the ...al.
aenst the dfndanta. Jeff H Dowllnv.: Altfi O. W. ALDERMAN. (I B... *. ., .., Defendant I Ii:
keep from being bored. Powllnz. .1. A. How, Eftl Howe. Th (Seal Clark Circuit Court, Bradford I appearing by append to the '.1
One felt that the Clancys wouldbe Florida P'ne COmp.".... a corporation and County. Florida hi fla In the .hov..rrld.vl' .eaiiee that U. O. of R. D. Clayton. Unless said ertlflcat shall Hal JulI I. 1021 ____.__ -____.___. HUM '
the I.awtey National Farm loan Auoclatlon By C. A. KNIGHT. .".. ." th..I. named I I. a non .be reileemed aoeonllna1 to law t. tired will month ..... ....... 2004Warrant.
sweethearts forever and would always I. a corporation the underaiened Special Maater I Depoty Clnlt. rellilrtit' of the Slat* of Florida and h* I. a Issue thereon on the Slat day of Beptember. Unued during month i ..... I UK.Oil '

be beautiful in each others eyes.I I In said catM.. appointed. to .......u.. .aid decree A. S. CREWS. mMint of Hendemonvllle. Slat of North A. n lum.Wltneaa Hal AII. I I. ItttH _._ ._u_._. ___._.. 2."
will on Monday th* day of September. ollcltor for complainant 710tB4 Carolina and I. ever the ave of tw.ny-on* my official signature and seal this DlitcUl THal ,
sent word to father and Ellle that i A. D 102A dunn, the hl legal' hour of I tola Two (2> and Four 14)). and a strip year. "I. therefore orrlered. that acid noil. the 17th day. ot Au....'. A. U. m 5. "
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Iwould reman as long as I could be >al. befor tho courthona door In reildfnt defendant he and I I. hereby. O. W. ALDERMAN JulI 1. 12G. .unn._ .._ 17 M
I Stark..B'lf; County Florida aell the I NOTICE OP APPMCATIOV FOR to appear to the bill of complaint II. i Real.I Clerk of the Circuit Court: of Mm.I. -.. .... ...
of any use. Ellle had returned to !I following deicrlbed lan lying and briny In i TAX DEED .aid ..._ on or .before Monitay. th. 7th day ford County. Florida. Warrant iecueil I ilurilitf I -Ih- ....: 109 AH I
Hal ____._.______ .
Auiiu.1 I. I1I.M 44 M
nf September. D > Hy C. A.
Pensacola to !get things In readinessfor laid I radford County. Florida hlchheat i ii GENERAL STATUTES lf 2o. othawl.e the *!i. Knl.h&
'ttth. .
i and beet bidder for ca>h. -.. I I leirellnn. of .ri hill will b* taken a. confvwiiefl 21t-'-ll .. .. l-l.lricl ".. I
trip abroad. I would stay with ] tow 54. IK. 55. and si In Section Twenty. by Bald Hal July' 1. 102) ...______._......__ 1102ICccelpta
the Clancys until the new baby arrived -I and Lot. (. 11 and North half of lot <2 .In I|]I Heraby notice I is al.... that L. R. Mill! pur- It I. further f..nt thla order he "uh NOTICE OP APPIIL'ATln P 75-u durlnir' month -..--. ...... IB'')
.Section Twenty-nin. all In Tuwnehlp 6 South chaser of ta* Bal .....'.,e.taa numbered ye.apectlraiy Ituhed once a w 0..0. four conaneiltlv ...k. DKr'll UNDKH HFCTION I7> OP Wnrrant.' 1..u.1 month ...... 100

at least until the youngest. Bane 23 Font .. .hown on map of ..aidSection. 130. 14*. IT. U, e4. and 47. belied In thf I.Mo.1 County Tele.rnh, a THE GENERAL STATUTESNolle (liii I. Anitiut, I I. '("oln.. ,. _...
Clancy was completely well. .. Towmhlpa and R.n..... .. of record by the Tax Collector :of Bradford County paper In sail County and Stat. ,iM.lrfrt SDal. n.B
of Florida Said eertlftcati-s numbered 110 anal This I.l hereby slv.n that I. C. Robinson "
In the office of Clerk of Circuit:: Court I I AnanBt 4th, IB2
My course In Domestic Science, laid County and Stale' In Book 1. par I of I I 14* being dated July S. 19tJ. and ald eertlflcate (I. W. AI.DFRMAN!: purchaser of Faa Ccrtirleat* No. 129. d.'D' July I. 1028 ____1 ____.... MAIftfeefptji
it had ,map and plate old lamU containingM numbered. S7. ts. S4 and 47 being dated Clerk Circuit roiirt.Fty the though taught me nothing more ..._.. more or I.... including: one-half' of all July !. 1923 ha filed" Bald certificate In C. A. KNIOFir. a d ortlflcal I In my office.Ih" made I Warrants' isaol .ho''"" month 0 ... a.oo'*
practical than angel food cake and abutting .treeta or roadway which are by | my office and has mad appllrallun for tax Deputy Clerk. g"lIutun for' lag tired tfi .. Hal Auiimt I. ItT'f! u_______. .. 42 14
fudge made it possible for with agreement of the parties thereto to .be forever I I deed to bu In aceoritanc with law. \ S. CDFWS Hald certificate embrace .a.. :I bielrlel Ne. I*
me, kep open. to public travel. Said evrtlAcatee respectively embrace the 8,ll"Itnr' for Complainant s.7.Nt-9.4 lowing deacrtbed property, situated In Brad Pal July I. 1021 .._____h_.. $52 tf
the help of the cook book, to prepare I Said sale to be made punuant to and for following lands In Bradford County. Florid. ford County Florlila to-wlti: nip,. dulna month ....__._._?. I.BO
the food. As I went about the I he purpoc of natujfylnc the sail decree with I ane Brd at the data of the haoane of BUCK Com. 11 't. (I. of Southeast Co,. of J. O. Warrants. l.mivi ilurtns1 month ______.. tnft'lI '
evening ""t- I certificate* In the name .....-"..,,. herein. ORDER FOR PU f'ATIO. ffabin.on'. lot and run West papallel' with I! I I"! il ,\""".\ I. injll .- .. ._..-... 14)11
meal I fell into the habit of A. !II. CREWS i after particularly Bet forth to-wltl i sllntiOft. H. I'lCfl.K. lotft N 'id ft V I lll.lrt.l Na. I
Special Muter In Certificate Nu 130 om........ north half of In Circuit Court Eighth Circuit J.; ft.. N. 9ft. to. ben In Northwest quarter of it
' playing that It was Curtlss who would Chancery htat. .. 'i Hal July 1. 1821. ..___..._._ Tit II
>. I i northeast of County. f Chan luuthweet In 'Hlarke. i.. Town- .
T E. KN1OHTRnllHtor quarter eftutheact quarter of rf".lla : ; Hxrlpla during month ... .... 1210W.rrant
be coming home. | Bouthweit eery.D shin I. ,S. F.a.t. I --- ---
for Complainant -75t4 quarter. BCCtloa II. township (. 1:0"1' I
4 when I had finishedthe south ...... ta east, I ..... Miami Frank W Alvarea. Compalnantv Tb. Mid ... aeeeued ., the data if issued durlnv month ...... .Oi .1
One afternoon ORDER FOR PUBLICATION I Btallard. the taeuan* of suck sartifleat. In th* mao Hal Auuat I, 182. ___.______,?_, .

last curtains I decided to hang I. Certlflcal No. In embrace onth half of Marrni Wilenn and her h.hn. .f Unknown Ifnleea 1 .aid eertlfleat shall b* ,..r., Ne. II

them before dark. In Circuit Court. Klghth Judicial Circuit, i I north half of Bonthwnt quarter *f oautheaHt J. W. Wlteon. ." redeemed aecordlna; to law lee dewi l will' toiie I Hal. July I. 1025. __n___ _____._._. 14 T*
Bradford County State of Florida. In Chan- quarter. Bectlon. 55. township 5. Bouth ran. I Hppearinff by affidavit appended to the thereon on th. list day .f September, A. I eelptM, d".lnl month ._. ........._ 14
I stood on top of a ladder and put rery. 2i ...1. 10 acre*. aeanMed C. B. Durlln.. filed In th* above-elated .came that Mar.ant D. I>2I. I i Warrants ... during month .._ S .
The Federal Land Bank of Columbia. II I Ia Certlflcct, No. IT umbrae iota *. *. It Wilson and her huhnd. J. W. Wllaon WItness my offlc' 'al signature and seal this Hal. Ami-lit .0 1025 .. .
the first pair. The crisp pe-ky e* II. I. 454 >l
up corporation Complainant I In Woodlawn Section 13. th. I..r..nt th.-rv'n .. .* no..I.nt. th* 171h day of AUSUBI. A. D. IMUO. metric Ifs'' ------- t 1
towaahlp I. south H
ruffles fluttered out over the red ft. ran*. t> *aat. 40 ..... tteeiiid J. B. Wll .f the .1. of Florida. their .1 W. ALDERMAN Pal, JulI I. IU28. ____. ___.. ___ IDTSl
in the soft summer'sbreeze. I H. J. Thome Emma Thomai. Jerry Bmltb.Cenl llama.Certificat.. unknown. and are ., th* age of IS." Clerk of the Clreult Court of Brad R during month a jIWaprinis t"
geraniums .,. I --------
Smith. and Lawtey National Farm t. years : therefor ford :: '
No. 3 =
) ambrue. lot eo In W_ trl" lucued during month .. I4T24 !
They were precious, homey Loan _I.tlon. corporal, Defend-I I lawn, veetfon 1*. townahlp *, Booth ran. ttmmmt. .b that and Hi M.-.I.nu. defendant By C. C"i'I. Bal. Au.. I. '! ..-...- 141.1
curtains made of sheer dotted voile.I ."to. ;I 10 acre*. aeaened Mchel O. Bberai.a., ta the bill of enmnlalnt. filed t Bald ao- .I.I".r- Clk.5UPERINTENDENrU 1" .iid"N. 14 <
II appearing by .ffldaelt appended to the Certlflcat No. <4 pear ---- -- fiat' July I. __ .._. .
*aibrae** lot I* ta j_ 121 44
was standing with hammer in : bill filed In the ." ...,.t.... that JerrySmith ,I .. e.uee an or before Monday the Rth day of REPORT 12. 0
"" caua I WI. .. Motion 1*. townthlp I. south October. A. D.. 192*. otbewia the allettatlon Heeelpt. ........ S 14
hand, a few tacks in my mouth and and Oenle therein Smith named hi* wife reeldent, two ef the of ran*. tt _I" It Mr.. Biiiinrd Florence O.I of said bill will .b* taken. pa confessed by Bald auperlnten.knlaSn.n.ial statement Warrant d' =:t'i: ..... 100 _,.,

' I-- one foot poised In mid air when I bed the lefondanta State of Florida. bat are are conceallnc i .... .. I I I Hare Certlfleat tt' ,. 17 embrace lola I" (I In .,It.nd.1* farther"... ordered thl. order be pub.. C'r. :: achool. fund for the month. of Hal Ausual I. ni.lrlt N. II __.___. 88.11 ft'-

the feeling that someone was watching eelve ao that proeeaa cannot. ..b.* ...- upott WI...... section *IS. township I. sooth ttihed one week for Iha eoiiaeeutlvo week General' ,< Pan) Pal. July I. 11. __.______n_..___.. so 41
them and that each of them or the am / I '
ran. tl 2* assessed .. 1'
arec. C. 'h __.__ .
the Bradford
County TeWreph. a new* 1.1". ,
move. of tweoty.oae i it .to thervfor order**) = :: I'iMilet I .
my every that said aldent year defendanta be and they Unlrt" certincatea ahall b* paner' publtahed In ..101 County .. Stats. H.I.' Jury I. ..". .. .. .. Incited dnrlnv month .._...... 4

I,., Moncs or APPLICATION! TO SELL JON required. to appear to the bill of complaint archor.by ua ceer.ona U.. J4,1t to day law..f tax A..deed. .. A.will D.I.192...1"1 Thta An.t .rd. 1.2S. .0 Kealepta durl..11. ._._.-__. 101 Bal. Ausnat I. l>,24 __u____._._.... 122.17
O. W. ALDERMANClock H. I* ,
filed. In said ...... on or before ii.. W."Dt. dtirla* month """
ORB INTEBE8T IN LAMPS Tin day of September A. D. ptherwiaoth Wton my alTlclal .... 'U.* and Beal thla Clrc. mud Bal. Auut uo. .i.-_....-?____._ 17.S4 n.,. July, I. 1024 ....___. 41444Rceetpta
sail nl'- tb 12nd dy ot July A. D. mi By C A. KNIOTDeputy during month .. ___ "
alleaatlona. af bill tikes aaconfeeeed I lesisetil S un 1f.
the vnd.r.Iti.d. '
NOTICE: I. hereby r. .. by amid defendant a W. ERAN.I Clerk. Dal. July' I. 1121. __/.._......... (41.41 Waranta taeued timing month ........ 14 00
.. .,..
mm Guardian sad property (Seal) Clerk Court Bradford D B. KNIGHT lId.l Ausunt I, It2* ... ...___ ..
of Ida May P.....,.. minor' .heir. at law .ofIda It .. farther. ..... ... that. INc order lID ..ub.//!i CI..t County. Florida j' for ('. nplalnBiH7H102. Keelpta keued during month 70.19Warrant .: "
Dtciaa.* aad ...... of bar PlaIted one a week. for four *onu.vtlT* wsokIn .1 .111. lotted during moqtk __. IT4.2 11. No IT
P .
nny By A. KNIOHT. I Hal,I. July I. ..___ _.__. 1" $0n
the Bradford County a newpaner *- C nu
a-r.ndf.ther. Ely l Hick.. deceaaed. law of T-K-ll-B-tl Deputy Clerk. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR BaL August 1. 191$-.-. SI*.24 relpta ..
published In ..101 County aad ... .. TAX I durinamonth .. ........ Ciii
Florida. will apply to th.Honorable litotriel Me. I
Bradford Cottaty. Otm UNDER SECTION 171 Ot I i issued during month .____.. 4104
I Ware'
0-.",. A. Oardl_r. CeyntyJuds. This Au..t Ith 1921.a.. W. ALD.UMANCI.r" tarn GENERAL TATITM Overdraft July 1 192$ _?._ 1".7 I. A"I" I. t 24 ___._.______....__
of Bradford County. Florida at Jla -OTJC. OP GUARDIAN IALI Keeelpta during month _...?_. i District H*. II l.n.
Start*. Florida, oa (bo 25th day ..,,_..... Circuit Court I* alven that C. Warrant. Iceued during aaontb. -___ H." Bal. July 1. 10211-------------------- 47" 44
124. at two .'."loek B. .... or a. soon By C. A. KNIGHT I .No' .. C.r' Mil Overdraft. Aou.t I, ISIS ....._..
A. P. Deputy Clerk.BoHrt'ter Thirty do. dat hereof I t.. .._ L. .. of 41.4 Iteeelpt during month .- -.... .... 14 tiWarrant.
to beard for authority to signed .n. Certificate 221. dated the Sib day of July. I.r.N.. 4 baued during. month ...____ 12.74
iiu7Tprl.au .&* for tb' b.J prl.} .."?* D.. E. IeNIGHT 5-74-I-S Eunlc .. Mlnora Cecil _Whlwheicl and D artlfleaM In my B.1 July I. ._.__-_ ....._ ||It Aaa-uat I. ISIS .
aa bo all rlaht. t'tlo for Complainant Wbl..d.. lll apajy. b> the. !* for tax oWd -Pla durlnamonth .-.- U. / $T'TP or FlORiDACOUNTY
and .'ftth.I minor In and to Uw .f 0. .. Orttlnr, County .1. :1 leaa:\I law. Said _... bailed during month ...... I.((14 0 BRADFORD.
following doaerlbefl I.... ituatod la Braolater ORDER FOR PUBLICATION I Brf ,, Florida m ta-wft .. ollowln 4eerfb4property B. Ausuat .I. l ladS ..__u___ 10J ,
of Aarait. 12*. for .. order t* ..allat 1 Dfctrlct We. I r. certify that tti. ''.1.. ."t.
touiIA .
S.rd Coootr. In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial vr a!. sale the fol'o! .Jrlnz dee .. "al la Bradford County. he reeelpt and ... _.
.n.-I..th .ndlrklsd -* .In the Wi Clrjalt.Bradford laJkda', id*. towlttSouthweat 1'1. B.I. July 1. 11.___.___.- IH.II* t .
bait of tAo South**** quarter aad 'h. EM' County. Hate .t Florida la C..a1 I to>wtt t | quarter of Northeaet quarfey Heeelpta ,.. _._...__. I.o. lh Mheol fund .f Bradford Couaty I.
half a6 U.. DoatawoBt Barter of rtio* W. Town Low.- El.hl ef Block. Twe la the tlon 14. Township I. .. Ran. 21 40 Warrant. during month I.M nf July 124. I. true and .

Thlryon Towaabic. Beve. _tll. k.nsS >. Alvarei.. Coonplalaall' La..Brford c, P o..1 I" being 1. date .f BaL .a _..._... ..... In.6 \ th* keel of n y .kaewlede a4 belief
1_.,-,... Eai*. borpt "trip of .laad oa -P. .plt I t a eueh .rtll._ the aanu Mrtrlc _.I I H Ooajt S. WIOOIN S'5eeIatesdeat.j1M *. .



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A. PAGE EIGHT -_ --- --- -
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4 tounly Telegraph; 'of Tampa this week. Hill were visitors GAME: AND FISH WARDEN FOR OVER I Ico
H Bradford } Mr. and Mrs. Lynn

to take City Sunday. I (Contlned from page 1.)
.. Sirs H. U. Peoples, and daughters, 2 YEA3S FERTILIZER i

Published weekly and entered as Annie Ruth and Virginia, who have | It is unlawful for any person persons ,

second class matter, at the post been visiting Mrs. Pveples father, I firm or corporation to have in I II haarlem oil has been a worldwide I

Mr. Roberts, of Hahira, Ga., returnedto his their possession fish or caused!
at Starke, |I liver and i
office I' for kidney:
remedy ,
__ .''< _-.Z- their home here last Sunday.J. I to be fished any seine, gill net, or any

s5' .___"_____..--------Own.r. F. Johnson, who has recently repaired other kind of fish net in the fresh waters -I bladder: disorders, rheumatism ,
f E. 8. MATTHEWS __,M.n..lnc Editor. and repainted his large two- I of the State of Florida, for tho lumbago and uric acid conditions. i icorrect Get my prices before placing your

J. C. ItO I\80S------- story residence near his Cafe, on theS. purpose of catching any fresh water I

'FRIDAY) -- I A. L. R. R. located his family there \ fish, of lens size than two ((2) Inches I kl.fl?1tI order for Fertilizer. It may pay

PUBLISHED: EVERY j thin week. bar mensured from knot to knot, or I I '

-- Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Brown, and a stretched mesh of four ((4)) inchen HAARLE OIl. b You especially i in Car Lots.
--- SUBSCRIPTION TE-1 I IVer daughter, Miss Ella, of Tampa, re- '; except the footing circle and bolt of I rmn. ;:;)II'FII' I ,

y. turned to their home last Sunday,,, such seine may be one and one-half
_________ --- U.I\O\ R. I.. i I Internal troubles stimulate vital :,
Your ----- after a visit with their son, ((1 l-2 Inches bar or three ((3)) Inches USUALLYON

Six Months __________________. 75e\ Brown. II stretched mesh. The possession of organs.Three sizes. All druggists. Inlet :( GOOD STOCK
I .
,.. .- ', Mrs. H.B.Gelger is spending this any fish net of a less size than prescribed on the original genuine GOLD ??CDAI
-- with her grand-daughter, Mrs. I shall bo facie j
week I herein prima HAND FOR QUICK
M-Closky of Lake City.B. I evidence that the seine or net Is being REALTY TRANSFERS :

R. Saxon and family of Pompanc used contrary to the law.
N. Dowling to E. J. Dowllng-
friends and \ R.
who have been visiting DELIVERYCan
relatives Lore, returned to their home, No person.shall pursue, capture animals or 210 acres in 20720.
kill game or fur-bearing I J. L. Peek to W. E. Y rbrough-
last Sunday. 1 within tho State of Florida without ,
: Mrs Fi.: f. Morgan and childrenGeorge ,, 210 acres '
being licensed to do so. License fee A. Judd Mont- Formula
l at left Saturday I L. M. Stamps to D. furnish any
umCharley, 'I
for non-rcaldents. to hunt in the coun- Tenn. 40 5.6-22. '
Mrs. bloc erey, acres
for Su'ith Florida, where shall
t ar teachei. ty which application is made II | Hampton State Bank to A. A. Mead

Lmi will: resume her duties. as .. be twenty-five (25.00); and upon tract 17-7-22, Tract 20-T-22, Tract
school at O..prey.II. I
I 'in the public presentation of non-resident hunting I I
No. 4954 !\ .. A. P. Stringer, of High Springs I license and the payment of five dot- '" 17722. .

(Membership in Notional Highway i was the guest of her mother, Mrs. A. ,Mars;, and twenty-five cents ($5.25)I) | Jane Robert Reddish Reddish, et,als.et-als.120, acres to Mary 32- j i A.M. DARBYmond

Association) I Hall la8t Saturday. for each additional county, would en1i I I
Hicks of Plant City,
-' Miss Emma title such non-resident to hunt in the '
i Aliu-huu county ohnccu grower returned to her home last Tuesday, i with Hampton State Bunk to A. A. Mead
State of Florida, by complying I
$300 net to Mister !Mrs. J. and 2 7-22. I
received ,on un average after a visit with her the special laws In certain counties. -90 acres 17 -
the acre from their tobacco. Where W. Bedenbaugh, and brother W. B. i Judge's/ fee Is twenty-five ((25c) for I, II. G. Mason to Starl Courtney- .

there' a will, there's a way. | Hicks. I each license issued.I ) 40 acres 9-7-22. ---. --

,,- _0-- Miss Eliza Robinson, who has bee!1 I B. Wills et ale, to J. R. Me- i! ''
weighing I I Residents of the State of Florida Hattie Va. E 1-2 of lot 13, 11-6-22; 20'\ J. M. Kellum to Elizabeth Hill-
Ore.) widow, I relatives in Olus Starke 5 I
A Portland ( visiting frineda and Kinlay, Duval county-4 lots Lot 27 32522.
In Florida i shall one dollar (1.00 to hunt acres 12622.D. .
las pay
)0100 pound in advertising of tee returned to her home here t"'" In the county that he resides in or Iin Johns add. W. Alvarez to J. L. Peek and N. J. Smith to W. R. CrawfordLot -
for a husband' with plenty money | Sunday. Clara E. Rollins, et ah. to H. H. |' Co. Jacksonville 26 32522.
road has his residence.. Three dollars I I Palm Valley Land ,
and a nice car. The contract01'll\\. BUTLER ($3.00) In each additional county. A Young, 9 acres 15622. |. 40 acres 21622.PowellSmith I Floyd Green to R. A. GI'een-760
of the state are the only LAKE als. to L. J. Wynn,
L. A. Wynn, et .
Co. to Palm Valley
I handle a contract of I state-wide hunting license will be ten acres 4720. .FL.
of in position to !I
that size. I Lake Butler, Aug. 21.-Mrs. L. A. i ($10.00)) dollars to hunt in all counties 40 acres 23721.Lumber Co., to DeWitt Land Co., Jacksonville-Tract in Sec. A. Davis and J. T. Qulbgley to

--0A Duncan has returned from which have such laws' in force. Consumers: in Starke. I)I 28-6-22. I Federal Holding Co., JacksonvilleLot -

Jacksonville real estate man I IlaYI ville where she has been Jackllon-I Judge's fee to be twenty-five cents C.N.Jones T.-Ritch 5 lots to C. L. Peek and.. H. B. Haynes to B. Y. Saxon-40 1 and S 1-2 Lot 3, Blk 3 Davis-.

"With scientific farming all I while with her daughter Mrs. Parnell I II ((25c) for each license issued I Austin Cary-584 1-2 acres in Sec. 1.\'\acres 28722. .I. Truby add. in Starke.
I 40
Florida lands will be cheap at from and family. ..- I IMn. Any person or persons who shall 2522. B. Y. Saxon to O. Haynes- acres L. J. Hubbard to L. H. Hill 1-8 Undivided -

$500 to $1000 an acre in a year or I I S. D. Padgett left Wednesday use any artifical light in hunting or I B. B. Sanders to Max Shene and S. I 28722. Ball160I I! interest in Tract 21-5-22. .

two, and the location, as far as North !I morning for Bryceville to visit relaI killing deer, or the having of such S. Mlzarahl, Duval county-100 acres E. E. Hill to Wm. G. A. B. Surrency to J. M. l\Iualc-l0

and South Florida are concerned, will I tives. She wan accompanied by Misses lights on'the head or any part of the 12620. I I 31620. I acres 31-6-20.
fixing the and Ruth Charpia. shall be L. Chastain to L. S. Shepard ,
not enter Into conditions Margie body while hunting, primnfacie Florence
Johnson E. A.BlIck-Frac.
J. F. J. B. Rhoden to
intrinsic value of Florida Lands. Our old former citizen. P. M. Pad- evidence of the violation of this I Shellle G. Moorer to Hillsborough county-49 acres
lot in Starke in Temple
I -45 2-8-22.
gett, now of Bradenton, is in Lake act. acres 17721.
D Chas. G. Holland to L. I.. Leach- E. L. Biggs and G. M. Inman to
Cut Butler this week on business. Residents' trapping license shall be Wm. G. Ball to J. II. Sullivan-160
salad up
K Recipe for making : the 120 acres 9721. Vonda Inman-5 1-2 acres 27-6-22.
Riherd has
Mr. T. M. purchased 31620.
I i
six bell, peppers; add the meat of I $1.00. Non-residents' or alien trapping Bradford County Bank to C. L. acres. Dan Doree to F. F. Stump-10 acres
property of Mr. Rube Glover just C. C Berkenbaug to J. W. Kellum40
cab- shall be No
small license $25.00.
crabs add quarter of per- in Sec's. 1, 2-5
two } Peek 584 1-2 acres
He and his fam- 82-6-22.
u bane; stir In a small bottle of catsup, I west of Lake Butler. son shall set or cause to be set on any 22. \ acres 31-6-20. ._

IfcJ5 add salt and pepper and-feed it to i' ily will move shortly.: enclosed land other than his own any Florida Land Co., to Jackson Red-, ;; -
near -----
J. Uowling came
Mr. Bryant -
chlckem-TlmeR-Union. Right.A steel trap or any other kind of trap
the 32722.
'' while he dish-40 acres In
chickens we know seem a serious accident Monday for catching fur bearing wild animals {' Jane Red-
goad many Robert Reddish to Mary MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
was driving a mule to his wagon. unless they have received from the I GET YOUR
it. I 'I 33-7-22.
J to thrive on | frightened the mule which dish, et als.-100 acres
i' Something of such
,0 ( owner property
f"1 "f- J. W. Phillips to L. G. lIundley4acrell RITCH
;, and threw Mr. Dowling out, &,
; ran away
Call street, on a busy day, with au- I to set such traps on such land. In 27-6-22. :
J. middle | hurting his buck some, but not ser- addition hunters must with REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
toUts backing and turning; In the I comply I' J. W. Green to G. M. Inman-10
4 of the block and pushing pedestrians lous. lie is able to be out again. all special laws governing trapping I 20622. I INSURANCE COMPANIES: FIRE,
of the acres
t., from the sidewalks, cutting Lieut. Ellsworth Machine C. Harper Gun linttalI I- of fur bearing animals.All 40 acres 36622. ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE,
121th Infantry,
across the street to park on the wrong II I lion of Sanford, spent Sunday In Lake hunting fishing and trapping John Forsyth to J. T. Quigley tract BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
be the
jumping from licenses must secured from
elite with jay-walkers ,
Butler, where his wife and daughter 33-5-21. I MADE PROMPTLY
the path of an auto on tho wrong :I are staying with his parents, J. E. I county .ludgc. t .T.. A. ITnwo tn J.w. TT._. Hitch_ : _1_ n.lot.. I
yy, side of the street to the safety of the Cos. add. -
his ab- Starke L. T. and
nearest pole, while the cops wait on I' harper and family Johnston., during Murphy Byrd, of Tampa, spool the F. C. Hollingsworth to Sterl Courtney -\ ,_ -
nonce at Camp -
hick woek-cml with hU Mr. and
to catch some parent, .
shady corners -1 lot in Starke on Broadway.J.
I Mrs. W. C. Townsend and daughter -
who doesn't know what cutting a I! Mrs Iva Sprinkle also, Master Mrs. Dan Byrd. W. Andrews to R. A. Newsom-
1 corner means, would l be the ideal place last week at !Marvin Ogden has returned home 4 lots In Starke In L. T. and Co. add.

;.k to "shoot" comedies-until it develops Salt Henry Springs.Sprinkle spent after spending a few weeks In porn-I II. C. Ritch to R. A. Newsom-1 lot J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

Into a tragedy. pano. in Starke, in L. T. and Cos. add.J. 1.

K PINE CASTLE Albert Britt, of Ocala was .. M. Truby to M. W. ManB ll--3

The Starke Telegraph says the cot- jKunday. acres In 61733. """

ton fields of old Bradford are beginning Pine Castle, August 21.-Mr. A daughter was born to Mr. and Dan Boree to W. C. Jones-1 lot INSURANCEAGENCY

to whiten with the first opening Hodges of Hampton was a visitor Mrs John McKinney Friday August in Starke in L. T. and Cos. add.

bolls of the "white fleecy. In the here Monday. 14. R. J. Stokes to B. E. Rosier-4 lots
Brooker section of that county the Mr. and Mrs. Dowling of Pompano, Miss Frances Murrhee\ has returned in Woodlawn. ESTABLISHED 1886

txtimuttd yield l to the acre Is reported \ spent a few days here last week with homo after spending several days. John Uglow to E. J. Dowling-4

to bo from a half to threequartersof their son, E. J. Dowling. in Tampa. lots in Starke In J. W. Alvarez add.
bale while some of the growers i Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hall, of Waldo, Harold Priester of Lake Butler,] W. E. Yaibrough to Mildred Strode STARKE, FLA.

.spent the week-end hero with relatives was here Sunday.
-I New York City-1 lot in Starke.S. .
Miss Eska Bowen of High Springs, L. Alvarez to'J. L. Peek-10 lots
Telegraph adds that damage from boll I !Mrs. A. A. Hall, of Gainesville, Is spending a while with her cou9lns'IIlnnle in Starke, Jones add. n

; weevils will be comparatively light vas the guest of Mrs Geo. W Shef- and Mattie Ogden. --
G. M. Inman to C. H. Murphy-4 !!
l on the early planted crop. J. D. Bowers feld Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs W. A. Dyal and chil- 33622.W. -

who has charge of the Ilickey Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Younblood, dren of High Springs, were here'Sun acres. T. Weeks to R. J. Stokes-2 lots

s} farm east of Starke, told a Telegraph and son, Lawton, of Graham, spent day. in Woodlawn.

representative that indications are MondJyhere with her parents, Mr. Duffy Abernathy of. Palatka, spent Sallie M. Neal to Mary J. Reddish .

now that he will exceed a bale to the and Mrs. A. C. Hall.Misses the week-end with home folks -140 32722.

acre on his farm. Mr Bowers also I Clummmlo and Lucille Hall, Miss Ruby Dyal spent Sunday after- F. C.acres Hollingsworth to Levi M.

has one of the finest corn crops in tthe spent Thursday evening at Hampton noon at Keystone Heights.Mr. Davis 4 33-6-22. N.
acres w
I Iw
county on his place, made without I Beach. and Mrs. I, W. Dyal spent the I 0. L. Brown to Vonda E. Inman-

the application of a single. pound of Herbert Horne, of Louise, visited weekend with the latter's parents, I 10 5622.
Bradford friends here Monday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and J. W. at Ziff.
U fertilizer, provir? that Dyal Mrs. Hester Wynn to Mary Jane f
county land cannot be beat for pro- and Mrs. Button and family Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Dewey Reddish, et als.-HO acres 32722. s r

tlucttovnctis.-Times-Union. were atending to business in Hampton Murrhee, Miss Thelma Barry, of Tam- P. A. Crosby to L. R. Galneylot 1 atsJ

':j --a, Monday. I pa spent the week-end here. In Ward City
Jim Refuse was a business visitor. Misses Mattie and Minnie Ogden ,\i
1 lot
G. B. Colson to P. A. Crosby-
.. ,
: .
at the home of Mr. .
,'. and Mrs. Geo. W. motored to Gainesville Tuesday in Ward City At'-
August 20.-F. M. John- Sheffield last week. Elnm '
Hampton one day Stokes of Brooker, spent Toney Hagan to C. E. Miller andC. 1

lion, of-Jennincs, has recently been Mrs Frank Johns and family of Monday with his grand-parents' Mr. R. Lawrence 11 acres 14822.J. .
"S looking after his real estate here. Waldo were the guest of friends and Mrs O. W. Dyal.Mr I Willie
W. Andrews et to
I" \ R. L. Burt and family who have here Tursday. and Mrs. Truby Dyal and little Ann Dell 11 18-6-22.
been visiting Mrs. Blrt's mother, Mrs. daughter, Doris, spent the weekend
ZIFF Ida D. Maxwell to J. W. Bedenbaugh -
Goo by, of Alachua county, returnedto -. with friends at Sampson City. 29722. 1,018,322
,.. their home here last Sunday Ziff, August 21.-1\11'. and Mrs. Le- We are glad to report that little Gentry- Stokes acres to II. P. Gainey-20

Mrs. Olu McGormet, of Jacksonville latha Starling and little daughter, Normal Louise Moody Is Improvingat acres 5-7-20.
I I U tho of her cousin, Mrs.J. this
guest and Miss Lois Starling, spent Sunday writing. Christine Jones to J. C. Prevatt-

F. Johnson. here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Frank Parrish and Minnie Starlingwere 10 acres 32-6-22. -

W. T. Saxon and family, of Deer- B. Thomas, and other relatives.! visitors to Sampson City Sun- Lottie M. Smith to Nellie G. Allen2

field, arrived here last Sunday. They !Messrs. Pervis Lewis of Waldo, is day.Clyde acres 27622.G. .

are the guests of Mrs. Saxon's aunt, spending! a while with his parents, Crosby of High Springs, mo- B. Colson to E. B. Andreu-30 Americans

Mrs I. J. Priest. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. tored here Thursday afternoon. acres 17720. Busy

Mr. and Mrs. McCloud, of Worth- Mr. and !\Jrs. R.
of B. Thomas and little MILLER J. P. Brewer to Chas. W. Johnson11
lngtf Springs, were guests
daughter, Hazel, spent last week- acres 23-6-22-

Mr.bliss[U. B.Keba Feclra Maxwell this week., woh has been end at Fairbanks with Mrs. Thomas' Mrs.\ : Raliegh Bielling and baby, 1. J. Reddish to Mary .J. Reddish, crowded Buick Showroomsat
mother Mrs Howard. who
have been visiting relatives here et als.-140 acres 32722. .
Miss Julia
the ,guest of her sister Mrs I. W. Dyal spent last weekend left for their home in Atlanta Ga., J. R. Turner to G. M. Inman-
Maxwell and Miss<.. Burl Mullady, both
here with their parents, Mr.\ and last week.. Tract in 33-6-22-

of Jacksonville, returned to their !Mrs. J. W. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parrish, o1: Phiper State Bank to J. R. Turner the first showingof

home here last Monday. Mr. and Mrs S. O. Johns and children Dukes, visited relatives here Sunday Tract in Sec. 33822.
Mrs. J. J. McClosky and children, I
i J of Jacksonville, spent last week Mr.\ and Mrs. J. L. Brown motoredto H. P. Gainey to E. H. demons
Mada, Russell and Missouri of Lake here with I 'theBetter Buick
b friends and relatives Lake City
I with her cousin one day last week. 80 acres 5720.H. .
City spent Durden.Tuesday Irwin Dyal of Graham, spent Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gay made a P. Gainey to ,L.R Gainey-120
Mrs. A. A.
day here. '
trip to Worthington 6-7-20. '
one acres
Miss Elide Dirt was a vinttor to I Mrs Bill Rines and little Sam Ronald day last wek. Geo. P. Parrtsh to E. H. demons E .

Louise Sunday. left last Saturday for their homein Mrs. H. C. Peeples and daughter 20 acres 6-7-20 .
Rev. Hicks will at the First
preach Largo, after spending a while with Mrs. Ruby Sullivan and children of, P. L. Gaskins to Consumer Lumber .

i r morning Baptist church and evening here next Sunday her mother, Mrs. S. L. Prescott.Mr. Miami, are spending, a few days at Co.-1 lot in Stark have Y u seen '

Henry Shaw of Daytona spent Worthington Springs.
Mr. Gore and family, of Palatka, H. M. Mansell.\ et als. to J. M. Truby1 .
a few days here with his family. Mr. and
Mrs. J. R.
Stott.! of Five 1-2 acres 7722.
1 have recently located In the bungalow
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw are the Mile, visited relatives here Sunday. Bradford County Bank to H. Y.
L. H. In the
to Bedenbaugh
belonging proud parents of a son, which arriv- J. T. Brown made a business trip Brown-2 lots In Starke in L. T. and .
southern of town.K.
ed August 1. to Elllsvllle last The1JetterBUICK-;
one day
week. Cos. add
B. Paterson and family, who .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and son, E. W. Hayes to J. C. Robinson
located in the
have been Sparkman
I Johnnie, spent last week-end with
1 lot In Starke In Wynirt add
Church Street have located
cottage on her mother, at Starke. Benjamin P. Schakleford to State LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ.
in the large two-story residence, I
Little Miss
/ Elva Hodges of New
1 ITCHKilled and City Bank and Trust Co., Rich-
which belongs to J. Allen this week. I River, spent a few days here with M. Smith, Maoa.... .

Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a her cousin Lula Mae Lewis. Tin C QnhUiM. That Owe Hot Affect The Reed Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties
visitor here this week. I IMrl't. In ,
professional Thirty Minutes With Tar. BcetoM of Its toxin effect LAXA
W. H. Smith and lon, Billy, .I GRAIIAM I cit-l-clde 50 cent at Mltchcll'i I TIVE BROMO iNE4TsbbMil. ..... to laktn Buick will build them
When better automobiles built :
by tayon* without raunlna' mrnmuieMor are
x, Jr., are visiting Mrs. Smith's sister,i Graham, August 21.-Mr. and Mrs. Drug Store ... w. boaa. .


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