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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I PENDARVIS ARRESTED FOR FEDERAL MEN GETORLANDO 'LAYING OF ROCK. BASE ON- ROAD



I __ HAVING GUN IN POSSESSION r LAND .SHARKS: I I THIRTEEN STARTED LAST WEEK l'


I'lead Guilty Before Judge Gardiner I 1-- .
Warrant Issued for Jacob Factor and ..
And Fined $100 and Costs COLONIZATION PLAN WILL BE < -- -I ,
Whititel l'unrlruclaN
Others In Lot Deal ,
Unipuiiy To .1
: PRESENTED TO GOV. MARTINFour I
B. F. PendaiviB, of Kaifurd, who .vims "U. S. Channel"]I Chicago, Aug.-28.-Federal" warrants r 'So She Sold the EggsA I CoiiiplfU" Itoiul -i in I c., I han !Wl l Days )
was tuc'U and B
acquitted in countyJud"'d charging use of the United Thousand' Hungarians and Sluva t l'p I until TII"j,|,,\
court several weeks ago on ..., States mail with Want To Come to Florida. j jTalahaasce loiU fourteen! cars of
a charge of driving an automobile -f- intent to defraud, a a I had I been Itn.l( us t the bier for the

while drunk, wax 'arrested :Saturday T were issue tonight for Jacob Factor Aug. 28.-Bishop JohnTorok 01f lonnitmi. ; link lirtwvoti Highland, end
president of the Florida Lund M.ixville ,
L Company on Stale
Rand
night b> Sheriff Epperson and f : Thirtuun. The
placed
and several associates after a of Pittsburgh, Pa., arrived in \\ IlItllr)' Construction
in the county jail, tho charges being two months' investigation by Tallahassee today for a ciinfuroiue, tinctui-.H Company, con
postal on this
ill'Lying while drunk and ineoniptuto stretch
having a with Gov. John W. Martin, relativeto !
pistol iu his POBBU88UJM.. lie plead authorities. '. a big colonization project in 1'lorI lire 1.(1:1t1l1: bath material, and equip.: .
guilty before Judge Gardiner Monday Yta The cmpany is alleged to have I mum in Mmpo to fmi-.li, the base withI .
done a business of between $1,000-, I Ida.The I out ML-rious delnv.! TIll'.' work
ul having tile pistol and was fined 000 and bishop represents three or four must be
$1,500,000 in Florida realestatu completed b
and > I tlie I lust i i of t liecember
t1UU cosis. 'lh charge of driving since IU incorporation in I thousand Hungarian and Slavic families nnd the ,
contractors"
while intoxicated was dropped residing in tho coal and iron expect to com 1 ,
:Springfield last March. Besides Fac- npw\ plate in (less time than the "
tor lack of evidence. < contract
tor and others named in the warrants fields of Pennsylvania who nn anxious : mils for, if no delay In
I'endarvis and some three or four I arc Maurice E. Drucker H. Keinsius, ; to migrate to Florida! and begin !nick in experienced. ilulivery of
companions made the night hideoustor II. J. Mimmelstem and Newton Field- 1 the development of small farm trtu-t-( That part of tho road
the resident along Ninth and man all officials of the concern. in the state. The bishop explainedthat Highland will bt> leading to

Tenth btrets, near the highway, with Wanted in England those people lire now working in ,I contrni'torft I working completed from first, the

their oath and occasional pistol shot. Factor according to reports of the coal and iron fields of Pennsyl- j q3 )-e., ) a center to meet the finished about road the .
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Green, who were I postal inspectors, before becoming vaniaJ.ut want to better their station I either end. During (the present at
road
on their way home, were stopped by conected with the Florida Land Company i have turned their eyes' | operations traffic Is turned ,I
1'endarvin who thrust his in I townrij Florida as land of promiseand off tha
pistol put over a $500,000 fraudulentoil a I grade only a i short distance
Green's face and pulled the opportunity. He said they originally and no
trigger. land deal in England and is wanted I serious: inconvenience will
The pistol was empty or else the hammer there. tame to America to accumulate I with/ ba met

fell on a defective shell, as the The scheme included the buying of money with the view of returning to'' I J

weapon failed to fire. Turning his large tracts of land in Orange county Europe but following the war and the I ,
car, Green drove to the residence of w. .J I Florida, which was later sold in Chi- unrest and unsatisfactory conditions REALT1 TRANSFERS --j

Sheriff: Epperson and notified him of :t.tA.vro".cq,1 ._v cago and other Middle-Western citiesat there, they hud bcconio American citi- I I E. S.
TUon to F. F.
Stump-11 12acres
the occurrence. Mf 1 an average price of about $100 n zens, and hail determined to make 27-0-22. _\

With the arrival, of the sheriff on ';f lot. The land was represented, it in! their home. j I I Mrs L. ,
Youngblood
the scene, Pendarvis' companions left il: charged, with Being suburb of Or- Bishop Torow reached! Tallahassee ,I I lo 10'. C. Geiger 23: and husband :'W
him and moved away to a safe dis- lando, Fla., termed the second largest too late to sue the governor, who left | J. D. Manus wife acres 85722. .|
and Frank A.
to
at noon for North Carolina but j
in stated
tance. As the sheriff reached the city tho slate. I I
Sweosy -Tract 10722.:!
car, Pendarvis called to the desertersto Besides an extensive advertising he would remain hero until theexecutive's I a+aasT Vonilu K.:
Innittii and husband to
get ready, and reached in his pocket campaign In Illinois, Indiana, Iowa return to personally discuss [
Lillian W. M.
and H. J.
Cannon of Baltimore, and Wisconsin the matter with him. Previously Boyd Boyd-8 acres
the -
s for his gun, but he was disarmed company also sent
starting from Washington, swam relative In Iowa 27022.
out a boosters he hud hail some got address
before the weapon could be brought Chesapeake Bay-24 miles In 11 committee which included correKpen.t"nC''I Lvnn Windlxch
with the governor with cards mixed and by mistake sent to Llzzla Sparkman I'
into play. He was placed under ar- houra1.combatting strong winds and a Chicago alderman and police the project.KTMIA 17,000 eggs to Mrs. F. T. Murphy -1-0 undivided in. in lots 2, 3, 4 blk.lIn
rest and carried to the county jail tide..ieorg.. Lake started with her captain and which brought back In Boston. To save her kin a loss Starke.W. .

,. to sober up. but was forced to give up Lillian glowing accounts of tho land.( SESSION OFLEGISLATURE she rented a store room and soljthem 11. McKinney to Lt.zlo Spark.
Is the first woman to swim the The lots, It Is alleged, were nil-at 2C "
His companions long rep cents per dozen 1-6 undivided
as as they Will.lIIIE1' man- In. In lots 2,3,4
bay. resented as being improved less than retail
' thought were liable to arrest, contended with water property : IN NOVEMHKRKey regular price.CAMP Blk 1 in starkc.G. 'l
that Pendarvls drove the car to gas and electricity In- I. W. Aliicrninn and wife to J. T. J ,

5< where If was found disabled, that h* highway.stalled with part of it on the Dixie West Water Bill to Bo !Main Su''>- Qulgley and L. A. Davis-Tract tit ,, ',
:, fired the shots and did the cursing. FLORIDA FISH COMMISSION juect for Iiscussion.Talh.hnssee I IMMOKALKE TO 2 -6.22.: ,
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Later they changed their story to the 'f0 ASK ron HATCHEKY JACKSONVILLE: FIRM \ BE CLOSED SATURDAY C. it!. Phillips to Minnie rhllliw-
..f f, effect that one of their number drove GIVEN ItOAUii CONTRACT }'Ia., A UK.12(3.-The extra 40 acres 27-0-20. r
.', the car and when Pcndarvis started session of the Florida legislaturewill Jacksonville, AuZO.Saturday! Austin Carey to R. 11. Smith-880
Going; to Washington for Conference will mark the close of (mmokalev, the p
be
.:if shooting and cursing, they left, taking With Chief Henry O'Malley Gainesville: Sept. 1.-The first contract called between the first and I official boys' of IhcVocal Y. hi\ acre III Sees. 15, 10, :iil, 22, 23, 83- '
fifteenth of November camp
of this
the car key and disconnecting the for tho construction of the year, 021. '!
battery wires, to prevent him from county roads falling in lioad and the exact dale to be decided upon later C. A. which opened July U for four A. M. Ulnnrhnrd and wife to J. M. f *:1

going any further. Witll this changein Tallahassee, Aug. 23.-The recently Bridge District No. 1, has been let to U was learned today in letters L.two M.week Burows ramp periods, according to' Reddish! -Lots 2 and Blk. 10 Lawtey. : \
testimony the officers had to drop appointed Florida Fish hatcheries I F. W. Long and Company of Jack. from the governor addressed to each assistant boys worlciintf Clara Tracy and husband to J. M. ,
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commission will leave next
the charge of driving while intoxi- Monday onvllln for SSfil.Ou. according: to mcmhpi of that body. Redl h- Lots :2 and 8 lllk 10 Lawte,.
.. ['cated. for Washington to confer with Henry Major W. R. Thomas, chairman: of Tho fi-ovenor Includes in his call tho The I'amp wan opened under tha I Mary K. Edwards to C. E, Miller
O'Malley, United States Fish Commissioner the trustees, and E. B. I Key West measure and other such guidance of Fenner F.. King, of tho and C. R. Lawrence-40 acres 11-3 '
Hampton, leg- *
In Wreck Few Weeks AgogFendarvis relative to the establishment al adviser. Thin will include all luc it bills presented by the representatives local association, who has renmlrieil! i 22. s

figured in a case in coun- of the fish hatcheries in Florida roads in the eastern part of the and senators which have been in C'harto; during the Henson. A high I Mary K.: l Edwards to Lawrence
ty judge's court only a few weeks waters. Members of the Commission | properly advertised. uvcrairo attendance hiss been main'
county, and the road from Worthing- DiivvliipniHiit Uf). It\t'--Tr. 18-8-22.::!:!
: Ago, the charge being driving an auto include Frank D. Fant, Jacksonville ton !Springs to Lacrosse. The con- I Under the constitution, a measure 'tuim'd at tho encampment. Mon I T. N. 1 Kendrick and wife to K. W.
while intoxicated, his car overturningon ; E. W. Fowler, Pensacola; trnct wan let under the new 1 /may bo brought up for consideration | than two hundred boys have taken nd-' j Huntur; -S acre 23-0-23.

the highway near Hampton. Wit- and J. G. H. Smith, Moorehaven. 000 issue, which is at the $1,290-present! upon two thirds of both houses. UnIt vantage of tho low feed and excellent I Mrs. Tolce Strickland: and husband l

nesses for the K'fense! were a woman T. R. Hodges, shell fish commissioner teudy for delivery to tho Florida s such a vote .is taken, only such chance for vacation. to M. (,. MoKlnney\ : Lots 2, 3, 4, bile i
companion: and her brother. Testimony of Florida, will make the trip National Bank of Jacksonville and i footers as the governor designates In Rov. F. E. Montgomery of the I Slurko. F

..: 'of' the woman was to the ffect that to the national capital with the com- the Trust Company of Atlanta,, Ga., i his call may be considered. Westminister Presbyterian ohurch of> i, G. S. Young and wits to M. L. Ma.I .. 4
she was driving the car both prior to mission. The letter addressed to members of Jacksonville will conduct a camp for t
j joint purchasers. i I 1 I KinnoyLots Z, 5:i, 4, Blk. 1 Starke.I .
the time of the accident and also when I Following the Washington! confer- The Long Company will move < (the two houses follows: t iris. at Immokalee following the I Tax Deed to Muse Covlngton: -Tract .

the car wrecked in the ditch. Testimony ence Mr. Fant and Mr. Hodges will their machinery to this county within i i: "At the urgent request of the peo- breaking up of'the "Y" camp. Tho I j' 21-0-22:, Tract 21-0-22)) Tract 81-0- ,
I submitted by her brother was t go to Atlantic Ctiy, N. J. ,to attend i the next twenty days it was annoUnced I pie of Monroe county, netting forth Eniplovoil Bov club nf the Y. M. C.; 22.
j! in direct conflict, he stating that Pen- the seventh annual convention of the I and will begin work as soon as- (j' the necessity of needed legislation in A., also .in. scheduled for a period o>rl, Tax deed to N. I O.> Walnwrlght
darns was the driver of the car during United Fisheries Association of possible. The contract calls for the I order that the city of Key West may I camping life later In the summer. I|I acres 10-0-22.

their joy ride. which Mr. Fant is! president. The work to be completed in 360 days. j I have adequate water facilities, and VALUES: REACH: RECORD !I i,I Tax dead toT, J. Alderman-All '
\, Witnesses for tho state were Sher- convention will be held September 2, I The roads are being constructed in i I' deeming the request justified and the HEIGHT WITH BIG RUSH Blk. :ill) Starko L. T. and Co'*. S, D.
; Epperson, Deputy J. F. Johnson, 3,4 and 5. Mr. Hodges is on the pro- strict conformltory with the state ,,| needs of this city for good water i j i Tux deed to D. W. Moore-8 acre* ,
M r JD- Prevatt and A. E. Wall. At the gram for an address and will deal road The- Long Company will lay urgent and also being requested by (Banker Refuses $1,000 Per Acre For :l .-1-2Z. '
time of the wreck Mr. Wall assisted with fish conservation in Florida. the road beds only. Contracts for (j I many representatives of the various! Pecan Grove; Near Lake Butler I I II. L. Prownlea et als., Pittsburg-

tin righting the car and his evidenceshowed the asphalt and slag surfaces will beet I cojntles in the state for local legislation Miami Real Estate Co.-410 acre 2, ':
SCHOOL OPENS NEXT !MONDAY I have decided Jacksonvlle Aug. :W.-! Property 9
that Pendarvis was under the at a future date. On each of the ; to call a special 11621. t'
influence of liquor at that time and roads In question the contract calls I section of the 1 legislature of Florida values are running to unprecedented I Tax dead to T J. A.I"rmaB-23)
,his I The Bradford County High School to convene In Tallahasee between the heights as swarms of real estate buyers I
.testimony was substantiated by for a broken base course No. 2 on I acres 22-tl-22; 40 arres 9721. 10 f
(that of J. B. Prevatt. Deputy John- will open the fall term next Monday those roads which have not been surfaced I first and fifteenth of November of swooping down on Lake "utlorhave acre 25-0-22; 40 acre 2-7-22. ''i
who morning September the 7th. A competent this year, the exact date of which combed the city and Its. envlrolis' I
son, made the arrest, testifiedthat I and a reconstructing' base I I Culver Van Arturo and wife to J. I
at the time of the arrest that I corps of teachers have been course "A" of 2 inches compacted on has not been definitely decided."I !. for every available piece of land In'' H. Hayes[ -33 1.2 acre 29-7-22.: t .' .
Jtho defendant! was drunk and stagger I engaged and, under the direction of those which' have. am writing to suggest that if prep oral ion for one of The greatest'I'I J. A. Saxon coil wife to 10'. J. John. '. I,
Ing- Pendravls was brought to Starke[ |I Prof. S. S. Dowling, it Is: expected Roads falling under the new sur- ( you desire to pass any local legislation years in the history o the county sea t sun--Lot \9) 20722. tl I '

,i1 land turned over to Sheriff I'iperson; (that this will be a most successful facling contract are District Road affecting your county, that you of Union county.J. I Dank of Starke to Bravard Prop. l !

'who also testified to Pendarvis' con- term. The personnel of the school is No. i from State Road 2 near Paradise advertise the same for sixty days, .In W. Townsend, president nf tho cities, inc---21.71> acres 35, SU-7-21. J
: *dltion on his arrival here. I as follows: to the Santa Fe River via Lacrosse | accordance with the constitution. Farmers and Dealers Bank of Ink ': J. H. Thomas nail wife to R. H, r. ,t
.'$ High School Prof. S. S. Dowling I "I shall include in call Butler who arrived in Jackionvilla' '.
A jury composed of Messrs. G. ; District Road No. 6 from my the Key Smith-0 acres li-7-21. ,.
principal, Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Miss Waldo to District i I \Vi-t measure and such local bills this afternoon for a conference with Cornelia Long to I'lttsburtf-MUml
B. Road
: Newsom, W. J. Jones David Durban No. 7 via I' i' \
J. S. Andrews J. E. Rosier, and Florence Motthews, Miss Thelma Earlton; District Road No. 7 from' ,I presented which "have been advertisedas ., David l B. King, head of tho King' Roal i "Estate: Co.--280 acre 2, 11-6-21 ; "
Brown. Orange Heights stated above. Properties!, Inc., 107 Main street, toM' \i
to the
W. Tyler reported after consideration Putnam
Eighth Miss Coleman. coun- I of the boom that has struck the town i I MARKIAGI-:
grade LICENSES ISSUED!
ty line in Melrose
[hat they could not agree. They were ; and District Road 1 i 1 HOMESTEADS IN FLORIDA i
Seventh grade-Mrs. Gladys Was- which has long been known as one
sent back for another effort and No. 8 from District Road 6 to the
din. Marlon i i I i, FAST BECOMING: LESS i if the most atractlve cities In northern i Allen R. Fovdkk and Helen O. Me *,
brought out county line via Hawthorne
a verdict of not guilty : I'
Sixth grade-Miss Calhoun. I Florida. Mnnun, Gainesville, Tuesday.
and Island Grove. I I"ederalcreage Decreases 50,1 79! i
TWO GATEWAYS INTO I Fifth grade-Mrs. S. M. Cox. I Since 1921, Leaving 20,127 The city Lake Butler lies on tho L. D. Kitterling: Orlando and Bunld. ,, t
FLORIDA BEING PLANNED I Fourth grade-Miss Eunice Per- NEW STATION FOR i! shore of the lake bearing that nom, K.: Graves, Graham, Monday.
kins.Third KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Washington, Aug. 25.-The scramble and is In the heart nf the richest .
The Dixie Highway between Thom grade-Miss Madf.ce\ Middle- ) to get possession of homestead farming land In the state. While fat m I real estate scouts, commenced to

Siasville and Tallahassee is being improved ton.Second Keystone Heights, Aug. 28. -I'i in Florida is rapidly eating up the land In some part of the .state Is selling : trickle Into the city and secure options '. .
J for those who wish to enter Irade-\Usl Ethel Griffin, Ground has been broken for the newstation I i! ,government available acreage there. for $25 to $100 an acre, Mr. j I on properties throughout lid ".
Florida along the western boundary. Primary- Miss Olive P.ay. that Is being erected at the i i (;General land office officials: said today I Townsend said that during the put i I. i-ly.

1 ,.Road gangs have been busily engaged It is probable that the primary Heights by the G. S. F. Railway. Mr. i I that less than 10,000 acres of federal week he has had to refuse rep..atpdlyoffer. I As the day went on their numbers
for several months on the 181.2 miles grade will require the services of two Sharpe representing the railroad was I, land now remain open in Florida of $1,000 an acre for his 200 Increased until at the present time

: of this road between Tallahassee and teachers, as last term, when an assistant in the city a few day ago and definitely | and at the present rata it all will ba acre pecan grove which lies near his there Is an exciting scramble for

the Georgia State line, on the route to was allowed. If an assistant la located the site of the station gone by the end of toM year except home. I available property and values have
1' Thcmasville. With three or morcamps e necessary, Mrs. Herbert C. Rltch will which will be at the end of Lawrence cholca areas withdrawn by the interior The wealthy banker I la the ownerof mot>'nkd day by day as the close prox.. t7

of convicts stationed along the fill the position. boulevard, running' east and west department for sale at prices approximately ten thousand sere Imlty of Lake Butler to Jacksonville,
roadside, rapid progress Is being The first four months of the Bradford along the right of way. commensurate with present Floridvalues. of land In Lake Butler and other her fine railroad transportation facilities
made In grading and straightening County high school will end on The plans call for a most attractive aparts of Union county end one of and the natural a'tractivenes ;

jout this stretch, which road department December 23rd, two day before building of stucco construction and The land office at Gainesville Is his holdings has two and s half mitesot and beauty of the city and Its environs t

officials expect to be complete Christmas, and after the holiday vacation Spanish style architecture. There flooded with applications to take up I frontage on the lake shore. has become apparent to those I
'-V during the early fall. will enter its second semester will also be freight platform and long public lands and the applicants will I Large Deal Pending. who are seeking attractive locationsIn

*. All of the highways In this part of January 4th. covered platform for the usa of pas take any sort of land they can (locate. A very large deal III I said lo be pending Florida. *:.tfq

.,,the State are being given only the ranger The contractor has a force On June 30, 1921, the government for the development of Lake Mr. Townsend has lived In Lak,

*sand-clay treatment for the present. MAYOR'S NOTICE of men at work and expects to have had 70,601 acres In Florida but on Butler, which will ba announced within Butler for the past thirty-five. year,
<* Another gateway into Florida also f It competed in October. last June 30, its holdings had dwin the next few days. Real estate l and declared he had never seen any

.7Is being> improved for visitors from The city ordinance regarding soil dled to 20,127 acres condition In Lake Butler are described thing to equal the enthusiasm shown
"ftthe middle western states. This I Is closets and sewer connections will as being "red hot" at the presenttime in hi* city by those who have discovered

ithe stretch lot road north of Marlanna have to be enforced. This is to notify as every train that enter its beau* for the first time. '
.|toward the-Alabama State line southof all who have not complied with notices the town on the two railroads, the Beside being president of the '
--' Dothan, on what i Is known as the erred by tows authortles that Chamber of Commerce Meeting Atlantic Coast Line and the Soutbernnallway Farmer and Dealer Bank, b* I la largely

s:. [Bee Line Highway, which extends if they continue to disregard the ordinances bring with It number of: Interested in the naval store

from Chicago Into Florida through the marshal will be instructed buyers. bnslnei, Florida' largest Industry
v MIamI. About fifteen mile of road to arrest and bring thembefore Starke Tonight 8:00 Lake Butler has never experienceda and on his farm land !In Union eoun ,
, .-+ s under construction In the section me for trial. Friday, land boom, but has progressed year ty he raise some of the finest straw

#ii ; in.ol.ed.-DiJrl. Highway. C. L. Peek, Mayor. by year In a conservative manner. A berries, potatoes, tobacco and gardeq + A

"", ,'.. I few weeks ago the 'forerunners, I or truck In the stata..f1' 1

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r I j(, PACE TWO __r- T BRADFORD COUNTY TBLJIGRAPB. STARSE FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4. 1925r

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.WHO INVENTED MOVIES I He spends the sunny summer time About TourHealth I -- '

r "It Is luf1Icle'tt-know.;; remarks He In takes the Great a few Open odd jobs Spaces.to pass L Thi Crew Now Opening Nation-WfJd Dry thrive

the Lot Angeles Times, "That Edward The time, when unmolested,
Mujbriclffo of California is called the And earns enough to buy the gas
father Of motion picture." But la this |I To move on when requested..
sufficient Docs the bare label make The future isn't hard to read- Things You Should KnowI
b the title good? Ii Edward Muybridge t One generation's distance
' Of California to be given the credit at Sees all his children grown to leadA
t a time when the credit Is being dil- I similar existence. I

I puted? The Times is showing commendable : Like locusts they will mutlply, I I
tate pride, and it qualifies'Us \
And roll up like a river, I
I claim for the California inventor Till all tile land is eaten by: I
but nevertheless its statement is a 1 The Hobo with the Flivverl I Intl

\ bit premature. I I -Ted Robinson in Cleveland Plain I I '"
pI J The honor of orglnatlng motion pictures Dealer. DT John Joseph Gaines. M. Q.
came up for discussion sometime r
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t ago, when Francis. A. Jenkins of, CAMPS FOR AUTO TOURISTS I I
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Throat
Richmond Ind., attacked the claims I I j Your I
of Thomas A. Edison. More or less I The following circular has been I[ Undoubtedly, In our atruggla ,1\\
recently while Jenkins was experimenting I sent out by tho Florida state bureau with the Invisible enemies of mankind -
in Washington on the transmission I of publicity regarding automobile I we have been baffled by the All stat and divi.ional chief In Gen. Lincoln: 0. Andrew' new Federal Dry Army wjra In Washington ,
"{ of moving pictures by radio 1! camps in the state: Invaders of the breathing-pas for a final council-of-war before the big drive whit. !started this week. Tn i,re an U
the dispute was revived and 1 There are two classes of motor I sages more than anywhere else district chefs, unrestricted by state Unes. It is planned to "get the big! unes-'--cuUmj off tht Umiof supply -

r ) of Jenkins declared that proponents he had- I| campers. One is made up of people Here many of hava1 the p1'deadliest germsattack. at the source. No. 1., Comm. Haynes; No. 2., Gen Andrews; No. :1., Co.nm.. White.

produced the first practical machine. i of moderate ur greater meant who {i I !abed typhoid l; cholera la a tltingoofthe -
'J: The in the may have a love for outdoors and
difficulty way of definite -j : past; small-pox Is no mo"
1 1 decision In the matter is due In who may have boys and girls who dreadedt < sca-t""r .

{ ipart at least to the development of I are Boy Scouts and Camp Fire lI'irla.I 'I fever are yielding; Influenza., pneu- TWRILEYS It makes It possible In a 'large
the Idea. The motion picture Is an ev-I This in a desirable class to have. The monia and tuberculosis remain family! with a busy mother, for
olution. It sprang from a toy known I other is made up of those whose only'I mysterious and un-eonquered. the growing boys and girls to do
1 for generatons, a zone of pictures on I property is a broken down flivver, a 1[ It Is known that rtl ea.B- (torms This Week the greater part of the week's
the inside of a wheel which when few cooking utensils, a blanket or twoa I '/ - revolved gave the illusion of motion. I tent and very little money. They that appears healthy, andinrn .ce AFTEREVERY .
Instantaneous photography. was the are, strictly speaking, nomads, or its owner but Uttie. From I. m I American ladies, it appears, en-
next step, then the old kinstoseope, I modern gypsies, ,and move from placeto locality they wander overworkJ to more emote EVERYMEAL tertain Parisians by wearing their
tissues joint
which Is itill to be seen In penny arcades place where they can find free on idle gall-bladder; an or an Irritable stockings rolled down, showing all
and wlh camping, firewood and convenient of the knee and part of the leg
finally the Invention kidney is fertile soil for immigrants r+t
of the celluloid film in photography, farm garden or grove nearby. Theydo from a very modest M' bare, below a short skirt.
all the materials were at hand to be not intend to pay for anything if throat-infection. Worst of all '\ affords Such women would usefully
placed together, to be developed Into they can avoid it. This class is undesirable however, a diseased throat h more 't, benefit as wolfs the United States more at
a practical machine for taking pictures and a menace to health, and apt to infect the heart-muscle, especially !- pleasure. I home with in front their of sleeves American rolled washtubs -
up
property. in people pant middle-aire. Arthur Brisbane
By
and reproducing them.
., I am safe In asserting thst, the Healthful exercise for the teeth instead of having their stockings
Muybridge, Jenkins and Edison all It is to exclude such nnaeslrablea
in Paris.
and A rolled down
to dlgettion. long-
of fatal heart diseases a spar
made machines of the kind. The question that we advocate the abolishment of majority lasting refreshment WHEN IS MAN OLD
in soothing to
have their real origin a perfectly -
Is which was the first practical all free camping places. A nominal i iI curable throat infection! neglected nerves and stomach. WASHING MACHINE PROGRESS. But there is a hygienic value in
contrivance and not a predecessor of I i I fee of fifty cents will keep them out. I IRemoval bare knees. All Esquimau
The Great
the contrivance, like for I' We however American $1,000 FOR EACH' OF US. women, even in coldest Arctic
example the ,I suggest a fee of not less of tonsils I.* too often Sweetmeat, untouched
'; klnstoscopeT Definitely the question I than one dollar, for if that amount is only a step In the right direction by hands, fall offlavor. ; ROLLING THEM DOWN. weather, arrange for an openingat
hat not been settled. It Is In much I charged it gives a fund large enough merely removing the headquarters ; about the knee to let the air n.
the same state of uncertainty as the to pay for proper supervision and the of the enm)'. MPlions of bac- I If they'dldl1't do that, they* would
Langley-Wright controversy over the providing of equipment which will Insure teria are left L:i'-ml to oort'uedepredatioif. WHEN is a man old? die for lack of oxygen.
I A Civil Wur veteran of Illinois,
first I The number '
practical flying machine. The comfort and ,
sanitation. Weak flab will\ find it hard to
that
hearts" from Influerz aged 88, is told by the Judge
credit in both cases must await the : Several cities and towns in other "poisoned I
II 88 "has business to survive in the automobile endur-
a man no get
is ,._ :.. It is in thisfield
germs ap
verdict
of
time.-Louisville Courier- : states wihch established free camping ? RsE married." ance content. One fig company
". ': '
I that .in out! cc af pee e "a r'-' b
Journal. j I I grounds now regret it and they are 13 worth many pound of c-: ", | A Pennsylvania man of ninety- announced another cut in prices
WHOLESALE gradually abolishing them. Others What better freventlon than .Hi'v I one settles property on his chil- yesterday making the fourth cat
ARREST OF GAME i have found it necessary to restrict cleansing the upper aIr-passages I dren, then marries a woman of 45, In a year.
VIOLATORS IS ALACHUA the camping/ privilege to three or five with some harmless antiseptic? | who says her new husband is "01<.1.1I The highest engineering{ skill
: Gainesville I days to guard against. undesirableswho The Invisible foe can be succc ,- i in years only.! and business ability are devoted to
5
: Aug. 20.-In a vigorous would stay there all summer to fully combatted, only when he Is 1 Jacob Wettler, Swiss embroiderer giving, the public high; grade auto-
rr campaign to break up violations of escape taxation rentals and other living not deeply fortifled. To neglect! only se\enty-four years old, mcbil;: a at the lowest prices. That's
the State Fish and game laws In I!, : costs.j the throat is to court disaster. I shot himself, saying: life wasn't valuable wOlk. '
Alachua County Assistant State worth while at that age. When will commercial genius
Game Commissioner Cecil Phillips and j Some states are buying necessary I show the same energy in cutting
twenty deputies arrived here today gasoline:' and food to take undesirables -I I NEXT WEEKt ;, "When he Is forsaken, withered the price of food "delivered t"

and announced many arrests are ex- across the border and they are ICE COLD DRINKS I Uncle JohnIt ,' and shaken, what can an old man
1 Ti pected.I. given so much time to make the I t I do but die?" A scientist says that thetyoung
I. Wilkinson was arrested this journey. Let's see that we do not I I must be severe on the average : Some men ore as old at fifty as people of today have become
"" afternoon have to do likewise. mind-to search for the anybody can be. Moltke at ninety car wi..." By Instinct\
set for Sept., and 21 a for special hearing was Established camping grounds properly I(,I come from observation and exper- I things we're pnllkely to find; I was younger than many of the they avoid automobiles and adapt
i' of numerous charges conducted and where a proper fee''I i ience. It', tiresome to rummage! the junior officers\ that stood In stiff themselves to traffic. Older people
1 legal seining and trapping that is charged serve the useful )I I Florida welcomes aU comers who ends of the earth .looldn' fef respect: ubouf hiin. A man la old seem unable to learn.l
are expected to be made In the drive. purpose Imminent 'wb lhb nunJ working
things of I stops Chickens and
no worth- Even dogs have
of in
keeping which'prevents turn this direction fair
together with in-
campers !:
Commissioner Phillips! said tonight 'I and it takes a lot of nerves,not alon; new lines. learned something.. They stay oQtOf
his department baa collected a mass'''I the indiscriminate building |;I tentlons. The state does not need or to mention the speeds, to survey I the road and are killed leia
of evidence and Intends to mako :!, of fires with no one to see that they i I want the nomads that prey upon their a location that nobody The people of America have frequently than they once were.
wholesale arrests until illegal hunting are put out, and has a tendency to prevent -I fellows and make general nuisances needs. That's why I am stirred about doubled their incomes In a
and fishing Is stopped. disfigurement of parks and of themselves. There is room In the to the depths of my soul, few years. The cph that Americans It would be good news If the
i trees. |I camps for the travellers of limited when science goes wild over earn, or receive from Invest young people of the generation
TilE FLIVVER HOBO I,I The respectable and responsible means, but all should be able to pay I findin' the Pole. ments, rent. from inherited prop would be '.'whiskey wise" in addi-
.! motor camper Is willing ,to pay and the small fee charged which makesit Nobody has lost It that everI ertv, etc., is not far from ONE tion to being motor car wise.
lIe own!' a dentej tin machine, I, to consider the welfare of others. He possible to have order and atten- kntw-and, tposen they find HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARSA During the next few years there
A roll of ragged bedding, I I t ion.-Times-Union. I It, what good can it dot Can YEAR, almost a thousand dollars will be more young; people killed
Perhaps sufficient I i tourteaks they fetch it back name without l for every man, woman, and l by whiskey than Old people killed
gasoline
I I To last to where he's heading; I j rood(:' water and sanitary, facilities ,i ij j'I A TONIC out here peelin', in the our bark National-an'Park net it? child. by automobiles. 0

Some pots and pans, a dirty tent, That class of people we want to come Grove' Tasteless chill Tonic restores Whatever the pole i ia--or whereIt For every 100 homes In the A plague of butterlies, eaustpsT
Some rusty spades and axes- to Florida. The other class we do not'' Energy and Vitality by Purifying and may be, may attract other United States there are 29 wash- motor engines to -become overheated
I He needs no home, he pays no rent want. i i Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its folks but it don't concern me ing machines. That shows prog- by clogging the radiators,
j lIe never heard of taxes! There are only a few municipal free !, strengthening Invigorating effect see bow I As to flyin our flag or. a hemi ress, and room for more progress. suggests!! a poesib t t,
The Flivver Hobo Is a tramp camps in Florida at this time and It brings color to the checks and how sphere's domeit might n"> The family without a washing- If the insect tries with thjjr I
t I've met In hordes this summer, they are becoming/ less. The state It the more service to fly (it at machine, unless the washing be horrible fertility get out
At many town's Free Auto Camp county and city authorities have found ,' Improves appetite you will then "sent out," proves that some wom- of control!, they could fill the air,
appreciate its true tonic value.Grove's home'i is condemned to needless Ilav-
: I A most accomplished bummer. that free camps are not appreciated.The an destroy all vegetation, starve, suffocate :
p'' Gone is the ancient hobo's life private camps, where a nominal'fee Tasteless chill Tonic is simply I ery.An and animals. human race
I Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So electric washing machine and all other .
And solitary habits ischarged and order is maintained pleasant even children like it. The blood and wringer, costing a few cents Nature fortunately attends
The new one has his kids and wife, aretpery much more valuable to campI I needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to I a day for current, makes Of washing these things. Even the Ins
And often raises rabbits! I era and the community. The state-i Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and I an amusement Instead of hard plagues of Egypt sent to p a
He winters in a Southern clime ments made in the circular are not Grip germs by its Strengthening. Invigorating work. kin did not kill all EgypUabMRS.
Near various watering, places; from guessing! presuming; they Effect.: 60c.

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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER: t., 1923 BRADFORD COUNTY TBLBGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA ." +
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w.- of the lumber will be held here for'I I ------a ':it ..;

building purposes, the demand for eI "I,I
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph yellow pine for many weeks: far exceeding 1' I _

._..."--_.. the supply. Construction at .
T.---.l i homes and business building Is ex-

Live pected' to show considerable activityas
State I
News
September 6-12-VIRGO
i L l a result of the shipment.

I If )our biitlul.iv, i i- thi, week, vita are uell-batnnce
Lakeland-Work commenced j exceptionally
was anti!
are ,
ne\cr likely to to
no extremes in
anything \ <>u have uu innate -
Told Our recently on the foundation for the / refinement .
by Exchanges purity and senHltivencox. You lire alw l i\ .>. modest
first two huge water tanks that are nnnre\ of a quiet and! rctiiing mitui-e. With these
qunlitio-, i i"
I very
1 to be a part of Lakeland' waterworks II seldom n Virgo person Mnk into ,ileRrailiition ami \loo I reKHixlle.'m of
system. The first tank Is to be erected their adverse circumstance or early unfavorable envu'onment. Mer
Gainesville-The Gainesville Chamber St. Petersburg, for the erection of a on the municipal athletic field, Adair cury, the ruling planet of this ..Ignrh'e!'! to its subjects! much wit 1
of Commerce has raised $12,500 school building at Dunedin at an ap- Park. The other will be put up Say "Bayer"Insist! and very ingenious! mind These people have n cool, cnnfl.lent bearing

as the beginning: of a fund of $23,000 proximate cost of 100000. The in the rear of the southnide fire sta- I In the, are Inclined to be exclusive, and I lire always very discriminating:
which will be exponded in advertisingthe contract wo let by the county boardof tion on South Florida avenue. Con For Colds Headache selection of their friends and companions.

city. This fund is separate from public instruction at a recent tract for two towers were awarded Virgo people are adapted for either a mercantile or professional ;
life.
other funds in hand for operation of meeting. At the same time bids some time ago to the Pittsburgh- Pain Lumbago They c11 play much tact and cleverness In their commercial undertakings -

organization during the coming were opened for a school building at I Des Moines steel company, of Pittsburgh lilly tine authors as well, because nil professional of their calling They make exception.
Neuralgia Rheumatism great insight Into human nature.
year. Largo but it that the low- .
developed
Pa., at a price of approximately The most profound faults of these people are nelflxhnesR/ selfrratirtcntion .
est bid was $50,000 in excess of the $25,000 the two tower ( and 'Mo, which
for pi often makes
them envious ,
Matrin anti I illna-
Orlando-In Accept
October only :a
county estimate for the building and more tanks, the city to put down the s l ..,- ""TpabThey!( do not get al"r t well as a rule with other momb.r*
which created the -
was by last legislature than the amount of funds available. foundation. These tanks will probably Bayer: package;; of the family, are excltsblnrol'! nerd. r*"""n,,tVdHtv of soma kind
will be officially dedicated by
be ready for within ..- -- -------.
use sixty :
John W. Martin, of FloridaA I Live Oak The I which -- ,
governor board of county : days and after they have been placedin contains proven directions :
notable celebration marking theh commissioners at their meeting last Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablet 1---
service the old tank East
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advent of this county will be staged Tuesday Issued a call for a boud election street will be on and Also bottle of 24 and! 100-Druggist* club: work should write to tho Director ht-. -t lit the White House for a conference -
dimantled
at Veto the seat: j remov Agricultural Extension Division nt to tho improvement of the -,
county to be held in Suwannee county ed. The Amlria I In lb. tmto marl< of B.rrr Mannf -
on September 29, submmittlng to the { new tanks are each 350,000 .clun. of MMiiMOvUcvolOvMlwr. uf BallrjUttacMhat Gainesville, for a copy of }liulla- service between Jackiionvllla and. Ccd- "
Fort Pierce--In red enamel and |I qualified voters the proposition to gallons capacity as against only 50- tin 43, "Club Work and the Farm ar Keys.
polished nickel the triple is-I 000 for the old tank. When this now i, Mr. Phillips' proposition for this
new combination sue bonds in the sum of two i Boy.
waterworks will have an ample water diverted along her right arm and
fire truck bought by the city five hundred thousand dollars for the -- company was a douhlo tinily service
of Fort Pierce occupies its special purpose of building hard surfaced, reserve for all emergency purposes, I tore her dres. She fell unconsciousand "I have never yet seen a cattle industry between Waldo and, Cedar! I Keys. Mr.

drawing room in a freight car out in and sand clay highways in the coun- Key \'eAt-The new structure for i lay In the rain which fell for almost "built up except inaido of Phillips sold the Cedar I Kt'ye" Chamber ,
the yards of the East Coast Railway ty. the Northwest Channel Entrance an hour. fences. -J. M. Patterson presidentof of Commerce had already endorsed 1

company, awaiting its opportunity }Range Rear Light and Northwest CHIPS I the National Pecan Growers' Association tho proposed improvement In tho
for service. Bradenton-There Is no diminution Channel Turn Range Rear Light has I in u talk at Farmers' \Vei'k.IMPROVEMENT schedule as ho had presented It. II*

-- of interest in the sixteen-cent gasoline been I Nobody> has more poor relatives also laid that with tho progress
completed and placed In ;: OF CEDAR
com-
Palatka-Ralph, Jr., the five-year- league of Bradenton. Indeed mission.[ than a scrub bull. Gainesville! alHI'Codnr Key had
old son of :Mr.! and Mrs. K. H. Hays, the other hand, interest grows and iron These are wrought! and cast I I' j KEY SEKVR'KGainesville : mad!o It wa evident that they needed
structures 45
and their only child wan instantly the feet high and are Only workers for their keep.I j '
number of pay
life member of the Phillips tho improved service
Z.
I 21. G.
Aug.
so designed that they will withstand -
asl
killed about 9:30: o'clock last nighthe league Is growing With three thousand This I is true of cows and chickens
was struck by the bumper and gallons sold the first day and any of the storms that occasionally j well as hoes and men. trafllc manager of the Seaboard StuartSouthern Utilities Com :
a visit \11' Line Railroad met with
these Company
waters. .
The towers |
knocked aro extend electric lines to
automobile
down by an half of service a let down in the de- company to
surmounted by lanterns that When bees want to conserve their the Alachua County and City Chnm-
I
was said to have been driven by J. W. I mand might well have been are Stuart. kv
expectedI
Merriam of this city. It is under. equipped with the most modern illuminating winter store of feed they Itpt rid of be of Commerce on Tuesday night .'
this I
I week, as so many cars were filled 1 aiPort
apparatus obtainable. the drones. The farmer should get
stood that the accident
was absolutely
unavoidable. Saturday afternoon and Sunday, They will show an oscculating white rid of the drones in his dairy herd :

but with Monday was thirteen another busy day, light every ten seconds, with five and the poultry flock and save feed. I \ ,'
nearly hundred
Sarasota-A banana produced in gallons seconds light and five seconds .
the Sarasota district is instead going into the tanks of automo eclipse. The An annual health examination for
green lights will bo visible fora
j biles. Also there was a steady secession every iriember of the family may "
of yellow when it ripens and a flavor distance of twelve nautical miles {
: in many respects superior to the variety ; of membership and are so arranged that they will !save! many doctor bills and serious ";

+, found in the markets. It is a variety Ocala only show a few degrees each side of consequences later on. The family
-The Ocala Community Hotel doctor ran often detect and remedy u }
11. from Panama brought here as an the range line or center of the channels ar
Company has just closed a contract detect In Its early itages that will be "
experiment and the fruit has won 'j with the architectural firm of which they are to mark. uncontrollable later on. i ii
r such a demand on the part of Sarasota Peebles and a
Ferguson, of Norfolk Va. Art'adla-Many men were thrown
:, residents that growers are planning Ants ahead of winter
for the designing of a modern hotel out of employment and a prepare time for
property
; to produce them on a large scale.
building of 100 guest room capacity. lops estimated at $500,000 was caused However, ants on't work far

Bradenton-Preliminary wor on The plans as submitted by the arch- by a fire of undetermined origin that man and have no right to expect man
,
Manatee county's $1,6000,000 road itect, and accepted by the corporation party destroyed King Lumber Com- to prepare for them. Cows work for

,f and bridge program is going on 'I show a building. eight stories In'' pany crate mill at Nocatee this morn man and have a right to expect him
and height ing. The mill the to furnish good feed for them during l.
?,steadily good progress, is being 'I was largest industry i
:v';1; made on the Parrish-Wauchula and Arcadia-So far as the board of in the town. Approximately the winter. Cover crops help. I ,

:c,,Bradenton-Arcadia highways, and public instruction in DeSoto is concerned $20,000 of the loss wan in stock and "Enire and poultry cooperativesthrive

the Range Line road is rapidly assume Grady Ilerndon has lost his supplies!, and it was said 7.:; per cent ," sags a report by the United I ,I"'r
j ing shape. One of the outstanding 'I job as assistant principal of the De of the damage is covered by insur States Department of Agriculture.One HaveYou

J features of these activities is the fact Soto High School because he distributed ance. The saw mills streams bins and reason assigned for this Is the I

\ that the county's own equipment is I anti-Klan literature in the storage sheds were saved, and with fact that cooperatives market '
eggson
.':::being utilized at a great saving to Baptist Church at Nocatee of whicht supplied stored in warehouses that also a quality basis. had Your Ride t
'4; the tax payer, grading, !grubbing t i he U pastor. Some time ago he was escaped, the fire it is believed operations -

j J.! and other work being accomplished inS summarily dismissed, from the school can be resumed again for n Florida boys between 10 and 18

advance of the actual hard !surfacing! ; by county superintendent C. H. short time. OtnciaU of the company : yours of age who ore Interested In Befter I
!to be done under contract. Smith after he had refused to resign, said tonight rebuilding will be started in tIle Buick.
and the county board in
:: Galnesvllie-M-Effie; : Smith, ofHaynesworth concurred in the superintendent's special session immediately. ALL OUT OF SORTS?

; near this city, was action. Tallahassee-Governor Martin ask. You limy think you know Buick and Buick
"killed, Jake Ilalbrook, of Gainesville I ed Marion L. Oawson state tax equalizer performance from having( driven, lluicks in 1

:' is still unconscious in a local I Tampa-A record lumber IhlpmentI to Investigate immediately the the past. Rut you sire ilcslined to undergo

hospital and Mrs. W. II. Bright [i I of yellow pine, consisting of 50 carloads returns of tho tax assesora of Polk So Wa. This Starke Woman Wh.Tales n new O1I1'Oril1cxpcrlcllcc/ you "ill discover
mother of :Mrs. Smith and Isaac has been received here it the county and ascertain the true valua- Sliindiird of IYt (lormnncetA !
u new
Her Experience.
Barnes of Gainesville, were both Injured i Atlantic Coast Line freight station. tion of property In that county and

in an automobile accident which J The material was sent here from the on what percentage the assessments pcrlormnncu wonderfully improved i: 75 f

occurred on a rain-soaked highway mills, of the W. L. Shepard Lumber have been made. This action on the horsepower and more to meet Hie do'( in
.throe miles north of hero this afternOOn i Company, of Montgomery Ala. :Mo'it part of the governor !is in lino with All too often women accept theli traffic and to take any Kill in I liii.i.! Lugine

: about 3:30.: Mrs. Smith was work on his part to have aU"HMl1lent. pains and acmes as natural to their dcrendability (further insured! by the three

rushed to a local hospital, but died I jj I in every county throughout the state sex. They fell to realize that weak new seals for tile famous Uuiuk SculcJ '
within minutes after arriving COFFINS & CASKETSAnd an!! well porportioned possible. In kidneys are often to blame f..r that '
twenty ii as Chassis: air clcuncr: : ({nsorn!: <. rtcr,1! i! filler.
''e without having regained con the case of Polk county, he announced backache, triune headaches dizzy spelli Buick approved rnrtbonlcul4"\lied brake

i sciousness. a Full Line of his desire that the assessment bi and that tir.d, depressed feeling : for the constant protection of family! ,
'. Orlando-Forty million bricks will]' Jjj UnJfrtakmrt' Suppiir.f made at least on a basis of 25 per Thousands Novo found new health anJ your .. -
and
used In Orlando's miles cent. strength by helping the weakened yourself.
seventy o .
..; the cost of paving averging g AUTOMOBILE HEARSE kidneys with Doan'8 l'llb--a stimulantdiuretic. Thousand (people arc taking/ rides in the t' ,
Key West Plans Thistarka cane 1s on
''b. cents per brick of a little more K Always on bead Tile beat *er. for the construe Better Buick every day. If you haven't 1 ::4
of
": two million dollars To that, HJ vie at the lowest price Special tlon SteamboAt of a Crek pontoon bridge the across. : Mrs.many L:, E. Miner, Eighth St., sayst lime to drop Into the .how room, n telephone '
separating Island
be added cost of curbing, attention to telegraph order of "There was a "<'\ere, dull ache in ml cull will brin4 CIne to your door. '"
/amounting to $221,760, and Investment *. Registered Embalmer. Key Largo from the mainland o f back. If I stuurtd, I could learc..1.);
In labor will cost 220000. Florida and forming a connecting link straighten. 1 often got up feeling WHEN BKTrEH AUrOMOIIII ARB llUILr. KUICK WILL DUll II 111EM .1
in the over-sea highway to Key Was more tired than he fore I went to bed
_': Clearwater-Contract;;; was let recently -. DcWITT C. JONES were revealed here today by P. 1.. Doan's Pills from Turner's DrugStore LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ. :
; to the Marshall-Jackson Contracting STARKE, FLAComfort" Wilson, who volunteered to provide cured mef tie, atMi.'c.!' '
Company, of Clearwater and I the passage way across the creek provided Price 60c, at all dealer Don'Ilmpl1 M. Smith, M n.g.r.

"-- a small toll was allowed to be Doan I: ask l'lIIa-the!>for n kidney same remedy that Mr gel*, Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties

1 collected. Army engineers will ba Miner ha<). FD ter. Milburn Co*

tolled in consultation.? :..Immediately_ to Ifra, BuRalesTlrY! >u'T 'f' : When_ better automobiles are built!.!,_Hulck.: will build them

pass upon tne zeasioimy or the pro "
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of dead fish covered yya as N 7tAA s AN 00ryueiaQAL GHKkaH-0tJ1tM lul IC!I""MNtNrMaN -I "../' WJVA ucoaiet
surface of the water. for more aLaANOR 10 frtoMe 1a'Wu'LI. --BU1tM.A.-MAW 7 JLI6T> A* BOOM A* I'''''

than twenty miles between Manasopo es e cM.EAULV E'JTGHQR to BMO ICBMAM COTCHBftCMlCKtHO OtirnrV MV ,JUMegR t
and took fop TWO CHICKENS f* .8, i ea-rreR TINIO TO THIS ICBMA.H" 1 KNOCkS
Boca Grande today causing the TM''ICs MAN a DINNER. _> ...... THAT OftOITft.i AT "fI.44I SA<::1ot. OOO&f 1
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steamer Royal Palm to reduce ItsspOed FOA1I i rut\ HAV_ *n? '
and arrive In this port several ru 'nN0 To POwSar 'TT UP AH' CrST: T\oI\NgUF} Ii
hours late. Ship officers immediately' WetryiINAVg WIWHVtTJNO 1& '111iI
M A 6. rO t
reported the matter to federal authorities r tip TIM I

1MlCHELlN' and an Investigation Is being u I 1 1iL

made. According to Lamar Walker, day!' !
first assistant engineer of the Royal
: Cord Palm, the surface of the water about f ;

eight to ten miles off shore was clogged y. :1
with the dead fish ranging from I

You can now get small minnows to large grouper The 11+ 41. I II I ii'I .,

officer expressed the belief that dyna- .f .
mite might have been used.
balloon tires for .
1" r'
/ Leesturg-MJes; :
.' r A Lee, 67, I
is recovering today from the effectsof '

your present car being truck by lightning while 0''r

putting flower on a grave in Lone __ __ __ ___ o
{ without changingJr Vale cemetery. Mr*. Lee was alone .u 'r//.

'. when a bolt struck a cedar tree near OK OPIi."ToI'1 PI.EASfl WELL JBMO MB I 6UB3 you

'. i where she was standing shifted and "VAA.'IHtI.'O UO.IS O PRESS aD HAD BBTTBa SEND THEM 1 1VNOR
nms.' demolished potts alongside of her. I THIS MAINU l f &SS'O. WHEN POP COMB

The current ripped the back of her HAWS '!IOu AMV t10Ma HHXU AlN6nta'A' NliCIt1Io
NI SfcJUNO- pQVcgp AM' LINOV CAN OQftt TM6M .

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.........../*>UOT to KM ..J ear To Stop a Cough Quick ro
"14-tfcu to..*..i*.mtw MldtttinCemfon take HAYES' HEALING HONEY WHVo
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c.........,s. It It ImlnrMimry cough medicine
which Rti'
.5M.ma mJ*..... adM..iiA.tfA.5 scope the cough by eR
..-.......44wSi. healing the Inflamed and irritated tissue. 4ES d
....Ott w..hSMITH'S A box of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE 1
3ALVE for Chest Colds. Head Cold and
Croup I fa enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be robbed on the cheat end throat
GARAGE ) of children& suffering from a Cold or Croup.
The Hr Hnt. cfTcet of ffar" *' Hraltal Nosey Ind -
.! *th tbm t cprabtami with tb. h..I luit effect of
STARKE, FLA. Crova I -P..T,... S.Ir. ttitouiti itt. pore of
ha.llo ions tu p.a_.b.
Both r..m...t..o.r. parked. la on* anus**4 tie
ma of the caaMiMd UXMIIMOI U rag
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IlAADPORD COUNTY TBLJEGstAPH. 8TAKKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 192S:
rAGE OUR i
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glades have shown great apprecla-I NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS I MADELINE SILCOX Prayer service Wednesday evening.

tion concerning the manner Not,. la hereby given that all creditor. 1 I The choir will practice at the close !
t legatees. distributee and all persons having
Governor John W. Matrin has been | claim, : against the Eslat of Jens Hall, de Madeline the 2 year old daughter of the prayer meeting. :

aced are .hereby required to present their ;of Mr. and Mrs. David Silcox, died Sunday school meets at 10 o'clocka.
I IlhUJI"H helping adjust their claims. It came !
clams duly authenticated to the undersigned I'
afternoon after short
to a question between human rights I' within One Year or thla notice will be held 'Wednesday a m. A cordial invitation is given
I j In Bar thereto and all persona Indebted to illness. Funeral arrangements had to all the above services. "Rally Day"October
Jj and property rights. These people aid E tate are required to par their. laid
not been announced Thursday
had worked on this frontier under | debts to the aid Administrator forthwith. morning I 4th.
I This 3rd day of September 1t25.WILLIAM. up to press time. i I I
the for
many hardships making way HALL METHODIST

civilization that is coming. Living on ).4- rat-10-S0.. Administrator LOSES TWO TIRES FROM TRUCK I I -

state lands gives no lawful claim to MASTER'S SALE I Last Sunday morning; ;; the pastor

2U! tuul Ion Thieves took the tires from both I
that land but the squatters claims Rev. tames, preached on the sub.
Notice 1 hereby given that under mid by '
have been honored and they have been virtue of *that certain final II) de..... of forelneur *- rear wheels of the Bennett delivery ject of "Our Dependence on God",

allowed to share with the state in the mad and entered on the twentyninthday truck at the rear of the store Wednesday and read as a scripture lesson the
f i Airs J. L. Uarrell who are spending of August, 1925, by Honorable A. V. Long
IN HONOR=" OF ,a few weeks at Kmgsley lake. great increase in values. They do haveto Judge of the-vEiffhth Judicial Circuit of Florida night the loss being discovered' twenty-third Psalm. There was a good
DARBY pay for the land but not so muchas in and for Bradford County In Chancery Thursday morning. Officers are at : sized congregation present who
!.MRS.
I j In that certain eatiM therein pending between I
I Larramore Roden, of Jacksonville, do others. the Complainant Rouse. HenuMton and Company. 'work on the case, and it is understoodthat listened attentively to the excellent

W. I,, Sunday at the home of bill .. a ..corporation and against the defendant warrants were Issued Thursday sermon. The sevening service was I
At the attractive home of Mrs. spent
NOTICE TO APPEAR J. V. Jones and Ethel Jone. the undersigned
J. South Walnut street :father Otis Roden. Special' Mait r In aid caui appointed to morning for the arrest of two sus. also well attended.
Epperson on I'j'I In the Circuit C.--d/;: ;;; .,. Ceonly. Fief- execute sad Decree, will on Monday the SIb pects.. Next Sunday there will be
Friday from four to eta, the Woman'sMissionary | Mr. and Mrs.JStarling;; of Jacksonville Id. In Chancery day of October. 1926, during the legal. hour preach.
Society of the Baptist T. J. Alderman of sale thereon before the Court bout doorIn SCHOOL OPENS' MONDAY ing at 11:00 a. m., and 8:00: p. m., by
,,I were week-end visitors here Complainant SUrke Bradford County Florida, aell the the pastor.Sunday school at ten
church gave a farewell party In hon ra following described
or of their president, Mm. A. M. I with relatives.Mr. Solomon W. Defendant Fish et al.. County. Florida to the hinhett. bidder for Bradford High will open its 1925-20 o'clock a. nAU Members of the
cash to-wlt .1
Darby, who left this week for her and Mrs. Albert Jennings, )f All that portion of the Southwe.it quarter term next Monday, indications being school urged to be present.
Bill la Hem*?. Cloud, .... of the Southwnt quarter of Section Twelve Prayer meeting Wednesday eve-
new home in Gainesville.The 1 I Plant City, are spending a few days It the that the enrollment will be the largestin
appearing from the .lIe..tlon01 ((12) Township Eight ((3. South. Rants Twn. I'I
reception room was decoratedwith here with relatives. .worn bill filed In the ........-.tated ....... ty-two ((22) East, lyffcff on the Eut aide of the years. A full corps of teachers will fling at 8:00: o'clock.

baskets and bowls of huge zinnias I that the rusidencca nIa.8.o/V the defendants I I riirht-of-way of the Geomia Southern and be on hand. Parents are invited to, The pastor is planning an active
to-wlt I : Solomon W. Fish. Mar- 1 Flr.llw.y.' and containing Nine ((9)
and in the dining room pink James! Pitts came home from Plant I rant Fish. M.... S. W. fish, (widow of S. W. I ,acre*, more or 1_. attend the opening session Monday I i campaign of church work for this

roses and white althea were tastefully City and spent Sunday with his fam Flshi Sarah S. Clement G. f. Y oun... T. Said vale to be made pursuant to and for morning. ''I fall and winter, and it is hoped that
I': W. Swrst. Lester Colvln E. W. Drlggers, the ratlafactlon of laid Decree with coat. I
arranged. i'ily. James T. Souter and John McKa, Trustees, H. M. JOHNS Hampton's school is scheduled to every member will cooperate in building -

and Mrs. Darby I'| Mr. Maggie Hall. A. E. Drlggers, Harry O. Special Muter In ChanceryJ. up the church.
Mrs. Epperson next Monday and Highand will
Mrs. L. L. Sapp Mr. and Mrs. L. Howe,, Burton H. Corbett. Andrew Van L. FAZES open I
received the guests at this delightfully ,, Sapp, and Delmar Sapp of Miami :mmons. J. H. Halnwn. John D. Hlltbrand, Solicitor for Complainant t..oStlOtI begin its term the following Monday. I The Woman's Missionary Society
informal affair after which music J Nettle Kenning, W. T. Hennlng, Karl F. Parka I I, will meet next Monday afternoon at
I spent a few days here last week with J. E Young W. P. Sander J. H. Young. C. NOTICE TO APPEARIn !,
I PRESBYTERIAN four o'clock at the church Mrs W. E
and readings were enjoyed. One of I ,relatives J. Colley. W W. Carwood. Francis O.Rachlp. I

the out of town guests was :Miss Lillian Helen Howell M. Carrel B. CraI I Circuit Court EloMh Judicial Circuit I Middleton, president.I .
roll. H J. Grundmerer. Thomaa Dorcy and Kradford County Florid I "Tha Power of One Man" Is the ,
Stump, of Charlestown, West | Truby Willis of Lake Butler was a Wm. J. Hadflald ar all unknown and that I E. L. Biff** I subject of the sermon at 11 a. m. I I I Winter Haven-Haven-Breeze led
is charming visitor here than la no person In the Slate of Florida the Complainant
Va. Miss Stump a Sautrday.
service of subpoena upon whom would bind ra I "Basket of Summer Fruit" will be Cream Company to treble capacity;
speak ami she told the ladies of the said defendants; and that la la believed by Valentin R. ,..."att. *t at. I
training school in Louisville Ky., Adolph Rogenburg, of Jacksonville the Complainant, that the said named defendants De.nd.nllo.Bill Dr. Tucker's subject for the evening j j 10,000 worth of new machinery to

trained for was in town on business the first of "' '-. wideness and ace are unknown T. Rcmovo Chmrl./ qolt Title and Other service at 7:30: p. m. E j j i be installed
workers are to
where many complainant ar interacted In the property Relief
the Baptist church. I the week. Mr. Rosenburg was one Involved In thla suit, and that .complainant It appearing from the allegation. pf the I -----.. --
of Lawtey's general merchants for dun not know and baa not been able worn bill of complaint In the above .......
The following beautiful program to ascertain whether any of said known de that the age and realdene ct the defendant.
was! appreciated by the audience: several years.Laurie fendants ar dead or alive ; and that It .Is be- Valentine I R. Prevmtt. Mary C. A. Brown and
leved by complainant In said aworn bill th.ttI w. W. TumhUn If living, and If de.d. th.n.
Piano duet "Qul Vivl" (Ganz- Edwards of Jacksonville ,...* Is aperson or are persona Intereated in their heirs, devises, leyateea and assigns, are
Mrs. A. E. Wall Miss Iris Epperson. the property Involved In auah suit, whose name all unknown and there la no person In th. I
was the guest Monday of his brother or names and age or age and whose residencear State of Florida, known to complainant the
Voice (a) "In the Garden of To W. H. Edwards.J. unknown to complainant: Therefore It Bet-vie of a aubpoena upon whom would bind ,
morrow" (b) "Lassie o' Mine," :Miss I. ordered that the said known defendantswho the old! defendant, and that it la believed
are heretofore named In thla order. If by the complainant; that the named defendants''
Marguerite Shriver. Van Landingham, of Campville, living, and If dead all parties, claiming In- are Interested In the property Involved in ,
Reading (a) "Neighborly" (Guest) I was a visitor here Sunday.J. crest under the said known and named de. this null and complainant! allege that h* doe
Vndonts aforesaid deceased or otherwise' and not know and by diligent search and Inquiry You are Invited
(b) "Home" (Guest), Mrs L. G. Powell i hat all persons whomsoever whos name or bn not been ibis to ....rt.in whether any '
j S. Andrews had the misfortuneto names ire alleged to be and are unknown to of the defendant whoM realdene la aliened
I
have his house burn down at his complainant that may be or are Interested In a. unknown Is dead or alive and It !I. allegedby
Voice (a) "Maybe", (b) "When the property Involved in this; suit drib u the complainant In h'a'' aworn bill of eom
Love is Kind" (c) "I Wonder if Ever *farm west of town Friday night. In- follows, lying and being In Bradford County plaint hl'.tt'h.* 'bellevea there arc persona In.tested *
: To Attend
I cendarism Is supposed to have been Florida to-wlt: i said property Involved In this
tile Rose," Mr. John Powell. | | The Northeast quarter of Northeast quarter suit, whose name and age and whose ...1.
Piano Solo-"Cradle Song" (Abrams tho cause. of Northrnst quarter nf Northwest quarter. and dent arc unknown complainant ; and In ,.
West half of Southeast quarter of Northeast said bill relief I. prayed against such known
)-Miss Mona Alderman. ROLL YOUR OWNA quarter of Northwest quarter and North half i and unknown persona.
Piano Trio-"Invitation a la Valse" of Northwest quarter and Northwest quarter THEREFORE It i* ordered that all persons. '
bride walked briskly into a gro- nod Southwest quarter of Northwest quarterof I named! in this order If living, and If dead all Our
(Von Weber)-Mrs. Wall, Miss Alderman cery store and asked for a couple of Northwest quarter and Weal half of Southeast persons elutmlnir any Interest by under or
Miss Epperson. quarter of Northwest quarter of Northwest through the said defendant, aforesaid d.* I
good eggplants. As the grocer was quarter and West half of Southwest quarter erased or otherwise, and that all person I
After the program, Mrs. F. A. wrapping them up, she asked, "How of Northwest-quarter and East half I of w h.....,""'er, whose name, age and residence ,
Scott presented the honor guest with Southeast quartet of Southwest quarter of are alleged to..* unknown to eomplalnnnt
,deep should these be planted to get Northwest quarter and South half of Moutheast and all persons whose name Is alleged. a*
an exquisite cut steel beaded bag asa i ,the best results?" quarter of Northwest quarter and North. know whose re*(Hence la "beyond tha Stat. Winter
token of their love and estoem. east quarter of Southeast quarter of Northwest nf Florida, that may b* ot* are Interested lath Fall and Opening
"Planted!I" said the astonished grocer quarter less two and one half urea. In the hereinafter" described property. or any .
For a number of years past Mrs. "You're not going to plant them Southwest corner th.roo,1: being In Section part thereof, lying and being In Bradford
Darby has been an active worker in I II. Township EI"ht8'( South. Bang Twenty- County. Florida. described as follow '
are 1 two (22) East.
you The Emit half nf the Southwest nuartr of
the Baptist church, filling with abilitythe "Yen," replied the bride. "My husband -I Abe Northwest quarter of Northeast qusrterof the Northeast quarter of Section Seven (T),
offices of Sunday school teacher Section Then (3)). Township Seven (7), South Rang Twenty-two f22) E..t.
won't eat any but strictly fresh Routh, Range Twenty-two (1221 East. Also Do appear tn the said bill r>f complaint r>nor
member of the choir president of the eggs and the stores are so unreliableI On lot of land In Stark being 240 yards before the Fifth day of October" A. D. Friday September 11 thMarguerites
missionary society and always ready North and South and.1211 yards East and 192ft I and in dim court define and let up
have decided to raise my own.-Ex. West lying and being In the Southeast corner I whatever claim or Interest wh'ch
for every good work. Her presence of the Southeast quarter of the Southeast inch nf yon may have to th* above describedland
will be greatly missed and she has GRAHAM quarter Section Twcnty-nln (2u), To\nnhip .. or the Bald! bill will b* taken M con I
Six { 01.' South. ,. Rang Twenty-two (521 East I Jessed against you i
many warm friends here who regretto Graham Sept. 4.-Avner Padgett containing five acre more or 1_. It I. further ordered that Ihts order hi pubMshctJ '
see her leave Starke. has returned. home after several days P" and they hereby are required to appear i or.*e. a week for font consecutive week.
to the bill of rnmplalnt filed In said In the Bradford County Telegraph a weekly
Refreshments of brick ice cream stay in Georgia. cause on or before Monday, the 5th day of I I newnpaper of general' circulation published
and home-made cake were served, the I Duffie Abernathy of Palatka October" A. D 1929 : otherwise the In Starke. Bradford' Count. Florid. '
I spent of said bill 0 III be taken as cnnf.*.u..n.1 VItne the Honorable Judge nf the Mid
colors of the Woman's Missionary Society the week-end with home folks. drfendsnta. Circuit Court and tHtf official; ....1! of the

being carried out in the refreshments Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Barry and It is further ordered that thia order be pub Clerk of this court as welt a* hl. sltrnntnr .
lished each week for four conseeut ve weeks. thin the 2nd day of September. A. D 1125.O. ,
It and favors. Those serving daughters Thclma; and Dorothy and In the Bradford County Telegrapn, a newspaper W. ALDERMANClerk
Shoppe
were Memlame W. J. Eperson G, W. !Mine Edith !Montford, ot. Tampa puhl shed In Bradford County. Florida. Clreu Court. Bradford
This the 3rd day of "."!. A. D. 192S.O. County Florida. ,
Alderman F. A. Scott, L. G. Powell spent several days here with friends W. ALDERMANClerk By 1.* A. KNIGHT !

G. A. Anderson J. F. Klckliter, Jr., and relatives Circuit Court. ISeal' II ( Deputy Clerk
By C. A. KNIGHT 1. S. CREWS
Misses Marguerite Shriver and Mona Miss Eskel Bowen has returned to '"'"fe I Deputy C"rl" Soli-itor for Complainant 9-J-81-10-2

Alderman. hre home in High Springs after lleUnr: M.for JOHNS Complainant t 9.I.Bt-IO-2 i I I
NOTICE TO ArPE.RIn
spending several days here with her

LAWTEY cousins, MUses :Mattie and Minnie NOTICEIn rireult Court Eighth Judicial. Clreult
-- I Jtrsifrrd Cnnnty Florida In Chen.. .,.
Ogden.Mr. County Jud..,.'. Court. Bradford County. "
Lawtey Sept. 4.-Mr. and Mrs. G I and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and children In Florida. In Prnhsle. C r. Griff Complainant.'Armnm .
Re : Fslat of Jonua
Hull.
Decraned.
Y. Mayo and daughter Ada Marie, i of Ziff spent Sunday herewith To Wlllliim Hall Laura Whit. Alice Cum ,' va
B. K
rift. et al.
4 and Fred Moore of Jacksonville his parents. mina Claud! llcmmmuwsr. Howard Rigitby. Defendants.DI11 .

were guests Sunday at the home of' Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wasdin 'and nick Florence' RlHKhy.Rlgshy.Ralph Rmavelt Riiinby Hlir-br., Rufus Jon"Rjmby.. RB- t. Remove (lourf, Quiet Title and OtherRelief

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore children, of Waldo spent Sunday with hv.11'10 and: all other Interested parties : fiREET- It appearing from the allegations of the Ji

his sworn bill of complaint in the above statedCause
parents, Mr. and 1\Irll. Hiram Was You are tech of
you are hereby notified
Dr. G. W. Brown, of Tampa who din. that William Hall? as administrator' the that the ago and residence of the d*>
fendnnta Armand B. Krlft Mitchael Barbell
has been spending several days here estate of .lomie Hall deceased, late of Brad Abraham i
Bert Britt of Ocala was here Sun- ford County. Florida, hns Simon Charle Robert. J. D. Mo-
filed In the abov
T.emor..
returned to Tampa Monday. named court 8. C. Lane T. W. Pitt. W. R. Lane
day.Mr. this court m to petition b pravinct for sn orderof I C. M Hopklnn. Agnes L. Ski'11y, H. R. H..k.and ,
and :Mrs.' T. S. Dyal and ...tinner to granted authoriiinc call H. C. Thompson If living and If dead
Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck and little daughter baby tak possession of and .sell aecnrdini then their helm, devfsee. legatees and ..-

of Alexandria Va., arrived) here attended the union meeting at Cor- .. n pnrtlon to law of the the following assets of described the ritat lands of ni0n are all unknown and there I. no personIn I f
the State nf Florid, J
inth known to complainant
the homeof church Sautrday and Sunday. Jonux Hall deceased said real estate lyln t ..11609ABRAH
Monday and aro guests at the service of a subpoena upon whom would I P
and I bo ..
In. In
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Miss Lila Dryden spent Sunday in d..eriheil at follow llrodford County Florida and hind the said lefendnnt : and that It I Ie .be.Pevd .
Starke. bv the complainant' that the said named
Terry. UcHlnnlnn at the Southeast, corner of the .
rif-fenilant are Interested In the property InaIved
Tom Stowers and Cramer DeSha, Southwest quarter of Southwest quarter. s.c- in this snit and complainant Hoe not '!

Miss Dora Clark of \Vntcrouk visit- i of Waldo, were visitors here Sunday tlonTwenty Rang T..on..o2tl((211.( Township East: and 81 f run 14', North South know and by dlllfrent search, \has not been LIncOLnFebi
able ascertain
to whether of the Hefend i i
ed here the first of the week. afternoon. died Two hundred ten (210)) feet. Writ One hun ants arc Brad or alive, and any that It ts alleged.
face

Mr. and Mrs.' -J. J. McLeod of Melrose I.. and Misses Aileen Ruby Dyal, Mamie Mills, ten feet (2101 to point feet.IDS of) East beginning feet.On.South hundred Two five hundred(IOS) by believe complainant there Ire In persons said sworn Interested bill. that In th he* J I Worked by Day

Surrency were visitors to Also said property Involved In this suit, whos.
visitors here I One half sere In Southwest corner of ,
were Saturday.
.
Brooker Sunday Northeast name or names age or age and whose realtlenc i
.. quarter of Southwest quarter Sec.Lion are unknown to compalnant: and In I Inld
:Mr. and :Mrs Charles Dinkins returned Mr. and !Mrs. W. A. Dyal and South Twenty-one Range Twenty-two 121)). Township'i22k Six (II) : bill relief la prayed against such known !|
Eut.
.sons, Vernon and Gerald being East same I nnd unknown defendant and all other per- Read at NightTh
home last week from their ( of High half of Block Six (fli and all .on".

month's visit to Tennessee, Kansas I Spring*, spent Saturday here. Four fractional I4>. South In Simon of Stork J. Temple Sjg{ (f41. Range THEREFORE It ;is onlered that all n rsona
Sub-llvlalon
I Mr. < named In this order If Uvintf and If dead
and Colorado. and :Mrs. C. B. Roberts! were of lanils at Temple's, Mill I,
nil < claiming Internet un-Ier the
business visitors to Starke Friday. For of the said purpose..ta'..of paying certain indebtedness .al
Mrs Edgar Ploughman was called! Mr. and Mrs. John Padgett and Therefore you and each of you and all other otherwise name and, age that amt all place persons of residence whomsoeverwhose are rail splitter he put in bank. In later
to Tampa Monday\ by telegraph stating children, of Oliver interested parties! are commanded that
Siding, spent Sun- rlleged to unknown to tmrnplanant. that may
aging all other business aside, life he often referred to his first bank
you will b* ac
that her sister had been seriously day afternoon here. and appear before me at my office In Starle. bo or are tntrrrsteil in the following deaertbl

injured.J. Mrs. J. A. Graves and daughter, day Ilradfonl of October County. .Florida R. on Thursday. Uth ,, brine l property in 'Bradford or any County part thereof, Florid" lying. to-wit, and: count At night he read every book he

Range were visitors to Hampton Sun- m.. to show ....... If any IWiS.you nt ten ean.oclorV why a.Iahould The. Southwest. quarter. of the Northwestouarter could lay his hands on. /
R. Eddins, of Gainesville was and the Northeastauart of th.
not grant the
prayer of said petition. .
Southwest and the Northwest quarter
transacting business in town Friday. day.Mrs.' :Math Wa din and little HndforduCount'y. Florida hand ,and thla seal at Starke. nf the South qurer went nuarter. except Ten acres In I Have you a bank account?
son the
: 2nd day of I the Southeast .corner, alt In Section Thirty-
fa.
Elder H. V. Skipper and daughter Thomas ,Arnold of Palatka are visit September A. 1925.GEO.. riv. ((3M Township Six (8., South. Range : II
A. CARDINFR haven't start with
you one us today.Nell .
ing her Twenty-two '1231. East
Mrs. parents Mr. and :Mrs' F. I
Ruth T. '
King and two children of County Judge of Bradford
Jacksonville were the guests Satur- Abcrnathy. 9.4.m-lo-. c ounl,.. .,...,.... (!Seal) nr Po before appear the to Fifth'he ald r.f.bill October.of complaint A.: D. 192S on gladly' explain our simple, safe

and Short Waldon and Verda Wall ORDER FOR- I I and In due course d set up whatever method pi doing business.
day Sunday at the home of :Mr. PfBLICATlQM: Interest which you and each yon
and Misses, !Mattie and :Minnie I : mh.I: f"
and Mrs. E. E. Burney.A. Ogden In to the above or
and Ruby Dyal motored to Gainesville Bradford Circuit County Court Florida.Eighth In Judicial Chancery.Circuit th. .Id bill will be taken a* .onfr.aah.., I A bank account Is a touchdown on the

M Blanchard and son, Robert, I Thursday afternoon. O W. Dunham... Complainant you.It Is further ordered that thja order b* pub- I road to the goal of success.

were business visitors to Waldo I' O Ravne and W H. Heath Defendants tUhed one a week for Four consecutive weeks) i
NEWS the Bradford County Telegraph ft weeklynewipaper
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CAPITOL It
Thursday. appearing by affidavit appended to the
of general circulation. published
I I Tallahassee bill'..... In the shove-elated cause that W. H.
-Nathan Mayo commissioner In Stark. Bradford County. Fieri.In.W1TNF.SS .
Miss Eldrldg-Ridish;; ;; of Jacksonville of agriculture sends out dent Heath of the the defendant State of therein Florida named, and Is but a resi haaConcealed the' Honorable Judge. of the said
C're' 11 it Court and the official seal of the Clerkof
\ spent the first of the week here notice to all citrus fruit growers and himself ao that process cannot heeceved this. Court as well as his signature, thl the

with her mother, !Mrs Sallie Reddish. shippers that arangementa have been upon years him;and It la he therefore I Ie over ordered the' ....that ofwentyone 2nd day of September. .A.W.D.ALDERMAN 1298.O. : 1 Bradford County Bank

perfected whereby they saM' resident defendant be and I I. .hereby required Brad- I
Clert Circuit Court
can
secure
Mr. and Mrs. M. Davis, of Jacksonville to appear to the bill of complaint filed ford Count. Florida II
were visitors here Sunday. solutions and apparatus indenical with in said cause on or before Monday, tha 6th By C. A. KNIGHTt I Bradford County' Financial Stronghold
thodefurnishej by the state to the citrus day of October.. A. D. 1925. otherwise the al ) Deputy ClerkA.

Col. and 1\Irs-: D.:-E. Knight of fruit inspectors! The material frwsed legations by of call'said defendant.It bill will. V* taken aa eon- SolMtor. S.for CREWS r mT>lalnant -m-10-.l l Established 1889 STARKE, FLA.

Is produced .h further ordered that this order b* pubIloh..J
Starke motored to Lawtey Sunday af by a Tallahassee concern. .. .
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Capitol officials are beginning' to published In said Co/anty' and Slat. .. ;.'- ..: :'; ti.\\J..... .';: ;" : .: _: ;. _.- ':;' :. ..: : _. ". -.L.: _' .

F. Barber, ;of :Macclenny, was look forward to the first shipment of This September I... 1921.O. W. ALDERR4N I

the guest Saturday at the home of J. i oranges. Last year the first shipments Clerk Circuit Court

.. B. Rowe. ]I were made by the :Manatee r ,Bed ) By C A.Deputy KNIGHT C1"k- LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith

| Fruit company of Palmetto MaDa.I A. S. CREWS

Mrs. A. A Fryer and Miss Carol litoe'I county. They were sold for $In Solicitor for eomplain.nti.St10.2.< .

I Cain of Moultrie, Git., D. :M. Fryer H box and were of the highest quality NOTICE TO DEBTORS ANT CREDITORS

of Chattanooga Tenn., Mr. and Mrs.B. tt was claimed. -
I Notiee la. .hereby glen that .11 trediton.
C. Fryer and son and Mrs. Goljr. legatee,

of Gainesville, are truest. of Mr. and j The volume of work on the gover- claims o>c'W.:: : : ..persona estate .,having Ssllle: REALTY

| nor's office indicates he needs help. ..I..hure.d.., ar* hereby renolrwj PEEK COMPANYSTARKE
to present the same duly authenticated. to
Even by working early and late it .anderslgned" within on. year, or this no.
i Cold Cause O/lp and Influenza seems impossible; to keep up with the tie. will be held In bar ......... And all persona FLORIDA.i"
Indebted to said
F LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets ,afore preen ',f v ) '-. I pay their said debt. to estate the eeotor are raqal zs..ltb. ,

fp Lb. ca.... Tber Is coir on* "Broma Quinine.* Thla September 4th. 1125.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. 1925: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK. FLORIDA "

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J. L. Peek and family moved Wednesday Tutt's PillsTh. I lonely cell, grumbling'- at the unjust NOTICE'( OF ELECTION-- .

to the house recently occupiedby treatment he said he was receiving I -

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bums, on front the guards. However, we have I, C. L. Peek, mayor; of Starke Fla.,
Bits of Local West Madison street. .-. dw _lob.. 'h. lawalld.alvl. proof of his release.' by virtue of the authority vested in ',
.. Imm.dble" r.a.f ...ulad...
.. .. .. It is chelfly to ge Information to me by law, do hereby call an election
Weeks children of 100. ..end dl. ....... .I..dudo".
I Mrs. R. A. and I scope) of the Investigation thatft.! to be held at the town hall in tha;
[ InformationConcerning Brooker, have an apartment at the Caber has gone to Jacksonville. lIe aforesaid town, by the Qualified vot. .
home of N. B. Hull, on N. Walnut, St. GOOD DIGESTION said that
today at first the investi- ers on, Tuesday, September 8, 1025, :
Our People Basinets and Virginia, !Murla and W. T. Weeks, Jr., gation was against the jail guards !I for the purosa of elecetlng the follow.. "4
cI\2.; .. will enter the Bradford County High night from a motor trip to points of alone, but further developments led, ing o coral:
rNr Progrea of the County and Town. '"M School next Monday. interest In Georgia and South Caro- him to request tho Javksonvllla department t One mayor; One Marshal; Two aldermen I

lina. Among other places they visited of justice officials to includeall for two years; One aldermen .,
S. S. Dowling returned Tuesday !Marion, S. C., Mrs. G ner's old officials responsible for the safekeeping for one year; One assessor; One clerk
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from Tallahassee where he spent the home, this being her first trip thereIn of prisoners. Since his last treasurer and tax collector.
WEATHER REPORT Congressman R. A. Green has ac- past week as a guest of Mrs. Dow- half a century. Mr. Griner stated request tho district attorney says ho I Inspectors of said election: F. A.
cepted an invitation to speak at the ling's parents, Mr. and Airs. W. S. that the props In. South Carolina are has heard nothing from Jarksonlvlllo. | Scott, R. S. Humphrey, A. II. Johns.

Weather Report for. week ending Labor Day celebration at Fernandina. Stroman. the beat In years and the people are e e e In testimony whereof I, hereunto
Sept. 2nd, 1925. prosperous. i subscribe my name and cause the seal
Max. Mm Mean Free. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell and Congressman R. A. Green deliveredan FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUS. of tho said town to be hereunto affixed

Aug. 27. 88 64 75.0 children, of Jacksonville, Mr. and address on the life and deeds of Congressman R. A. Green was a TRIAL REVIEWS this 6th day of August, 1923.

Aug. 28. 83 68 75.5 Mrs. Lofton McDowell, of Dyson, S. Hon. William Jennings Bryan at the visitor to Gainesville Monday. I Palmetto-New. a . apaVtmonthouse C. L. Peek.Mayor
Aug. 29. 83 67 75.0 .01 C., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. New River Baptist Association at $300,000 8-7- t-0-4.
: '71 775.5 Trae to be constructed, corner Bay
Aug. 30. 8-1 John Uglow. Corinth church Sunday Miss Ruby Mae Poppell left Fridayfor
Aug. 81. 87 68 77.5 .23 Bunnell, where she will teach the and Central Streets.

Sept. 1. 83 '71 75.0 Trace Mrs, J. F. Ramsey and Mrs. Chaf- I !Mrs W. E. Middleton and guests, c6mlng;\ term. Lecsburg-Plans-discussed for ex- ENCT0R
Sept. 2. 87 68 '77.11 .11.. fin, of Gainesville; Mrs. D. J. Clark, Mrs. Mary Warren, of Miami, and tension of city limits. C !
of Palmetto, were guests last week of Mrs. May Jones, of Stuart, motored Congressman R. A. Green deliveredan !
Mrs. J. S. Malpas spent Wednesdayin Mrs. L. D. Green. to Jacksonville the first of the week address at the barbecue picnic at Palmett-Contract;:; awarded for;:

Jacksonville and were guests of relatives. Lacrosse Thursday constructing new $55,000 apartment

Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph building!; of Country Club Estates, Inc. ,
Hiss Ruth Sternberg is in Jackson- office. D. M. Frigo, of Lawtey, was attending SHERIFF CHARGED WITH ,
ville visiting friends. to business matters in Starko Ilatnes City-Approximately fifty
PERMITTING PRISONERS residences to be constructed In new FOR RENT Inn, bedrooms, ..ma
Mr. and Mrs. 1.. C. Kickliter, of Saturday. Mr. Frigo had a very successful PRACTICE BOOTLEGGINGSay subdivision here, according to an large, one small Mr., 1A.. ,'ntt.
busi-
L. H. Hill, of Lawtey, was a Stuart, have been the guests of J. F. season with his bunch grapes, .
ness visitor to Starke Friday. Kickliter and family at Kingsley disposing of the entire crop at fancy That Federal Prisoners Were nouncement. K22t. .

lake during this week. prices. Given Freedom to Ply Their Trade Titusville-350,000 boxes citrus FOR TRADE-1925: Model! Fm-,1,I So-
Dr. and Mrs. J. Carrodine, of dan for land., J. V. Kicklit.
this It.
.29= fruit anticipated by growers In i-
Lawtey, were visitors to Starke Wed- Miss Cassia White and niece, tholin Mr. and Mrs Geo. C. White have Tampa, Aug. Combined state section. .
nesday. White, returned Thursday from Hill- had as guests this week at their and federal investigation of the FOR SALE Genuine Missionary .

girt, N. C., where they spent the past Kingsley lake cottage, Mrs. E. R. charges that Sheriff Henry C. Chaso Stuart $250,000 apartment houseto Strawberry plants from Salisbury, ,
Legal blanks for sale at the Tele- two months. Marshburn and children, Mr. and Mrs. and other law enforcement officers of : be constructed here, according to Maryland Leave your order early. "
graph office. G. W. Alderman and daughters, Misses Dade county had countenanced chadypractices announcement. fid L. Browne Rt A, Starke 7-21-tt .\
at the county jail at Miami, I
Mona and Blanche.
The teachers of the B. II. S. will
H. C. Wall bas accepted a positionin have their first faculty Saturday may result from a visit of United Plymouth-Dixie Highway, between FOR SALE-Strawberry plants $15
the real estate and insurance department afternoon at four meeting o'clock at Mr. and !Mrs Harold! S. Brown, of States District Attorney W. M. Go- : this place and Osceola, to be Improved. her bed. New Missionary plants
of Inman and Ritch.L. the school building., Sarasota, spent several days of last bel' to Jacksonville for which place he from Townsend, Maryland, 0.
week in Starke with Mr. Brown's left today. Letsch, Starke, 8-U-4t* ;

C. Powell returned Wednesday Wonderful line of new Silks uncle, N. B. Hull, and family. Mr. Advices from Tallahassee say that opened.Laurel-New speedway formally WANTED per cent commission i
from several days stay in the mountains Brown Is In business in that wonder state officials will Join hands with the
and Crepes for Fall at Stump's.Mrs. federal paid to ladles< selling gloves, silk,
authorities in '
of North Carolina. city of Florida and was spending a conducting an Fort Pierce-Bids to bo opened soon lingerie. Write District manager!
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Lila Griffin, Owen Griffin, short vacation on a pleasure trip thru nvostlgatlon. for' $1,500,000 street improvement Box 422, Gainesville, Fla., for
Mrs. Manila Carrie is spending the this section of the state. Specific charges against Dade county I
project. *
Misses Marguerite Shriver and Ethel sheriff's agency in your town. 3-23-"t! :! '
week in Jacksonville with friends and Griffin went to Jacksonville Tuesdayto officials are that certain 1
relatives. I visit Mr. and :Mrs. W. J. Griffin. Congressman R. A. Green and father prisoners have been allowed temporary Arcadia-Building' construction acIve. FOR SALE-Those who want hog
W. H. Green, spent last week in freedom on certain occasions. see I.. M. Crews, two miles north

:Miss Gladys Russell, who has been Misses Sophia and Helen Rienoehl, Tampa, St. Petersburg and other Tho hose claim Is made that practice of 1\elhourne-New-$500,000 hotel with west of Highland. It* ,
Miss Lucille Johns returned South Florida points. They were prl"oners-to accumulate and
visiting who have spent the week with
I past sell yacht harbor to be constructed along
Sunday to her home in Ocala. Mrs. R. S. Fernandez returned Mon accompanied as far as Laoooohee by liquor during these periods of Indian River.Renew. I.'J.OnIOA-1t you are owner and
day afternoon to their home In Jack Mrs. W. II. Green, who visited! rela- 'freedom-were "countenanced" nnd desire to deal direct with 1roal .
Mrs. Will Kickliter and children, sonville. tives there. .'sponsored by Dade county luHhoritiox. buyer of acreage or small tracts,
of Kissimmee, are guests of her father Sheriff Henry Chase, Jailor Walker Your Health write or Wlro Tho Peninsular

M. L. Johns, on West Madison St. Miss Hazel Dowlinr, who has been Mr. and! Mrs. P. M. Bnrvfoot and and guards at the Miami jail are Involved Agency, lilt Hubbard st., Jacksonville

the guest of her cousin, Miss Hazel two little daughters, also Miss Inez i, in the allegations.As PurificationAny Flu. Give rock bottom prices..
New models in Gossard Corsets Middleton, returned Saturday to her Abernathy left Tuesday for a trip to soon as word of the accusations by \Vo do not pyramid. It.
and Brassieres at Stump's. home in Jacksonville.Mrs. Grand Rapids Mich., where they will reached :Mr. Gober, he let it be known !I
be guests of Mrs. Barefoot's sister, he had asked for an Investigation: by physician will tell yon that I I FOR KENT! -Furnished apartment.

Miss Iris Epperson spent the week George A. Anderson, of Law Mrs. Frances Parker. Before returning the department of justice. Results of 'Perfect Purification of the Sys- Lower apartment of 4 rooms, bath 4
end at the State Farm as the guestof tey, was here Friday to attend the home they will also visit friends have the Investigation, Mr. Gober says, tern i is Nature'H foundation of I and sleeping porch In Mrs. J. C. 1
Mrs J. S. Blitch. farewell reception given in honor of in Connelsville, Pa., and Washington, revealed that prisoners of Sheriff Perfect health" Why not rid Rampley's homo on S. Walnut St. \}
Mrs. A. M. Darby. D. C. ChM.e-lncludinlf from two federal yourself of chronic ailments that Apply Mm. S. I"'. Hamrick It. J.
Mrs. F. A. Scott returned Monday Charges Tampa-had been given ire undermining your vitality -
DeLand where she visited hereon Charlie Beasley and Edward Ed- frequent opportunities for bootlegging FOR SALE 60,000 strawberry
from Frank Carpenter returned to 'urify ('II lire system liy tak- '
;your *
when allowed temporary frees plant G, C. Sweat, Starka It
wards reached Starke aftera
W. A. Scott. Starke Monday, after spending tho Saturday the north : dom. The prisoners were allowed'rcedom ing a thorough) course of Culotutm, .M
in andwest.
I lengthy
summer in High Point, N. C., where motor trip twice week for suvoral 'r
Miss Elizabeth Andrews is spending I| They spent two weeks in Asheville at night and were known toe -once or a FOR RENT-Furnished cottage at "
the week in Jacksonvilo with her he was employed by the Winston- and Detroit, then went west to > engaged In bootlegging, according weeks-an I Salem Journal. to Mr. Gober. Itvnt with health.PalotitliH month. Apply Telegraph office. 1
gdanrmother, Mrs. Emma Alvarez. Denver and Seattle; also toured California also learned you ,=
Oregon Arizona New Mexico that one of the Tampa prisoners was urn the prentest of allHystl'ln
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Mrs Sarah L. Hamrlck has returned allowed, to visit Contracts for deeds chattel mortgage
Gerald Middleton and Newn Al- and other Western states. relatives In West purifier; Get ft family blanks
home after a visit la-Savannah Florida. option contracts, warranty
varez left Sunday for a motor trip Ga. with her Mrs. C. wkatfc" containing full directions deeds, retain title notes turpontina
daughter, I Mrs. Ii. II. Barbour and children : "At the thnp of this I"'e tlltotlon" i
to the mountains of North Carolina. W. Denny and in Atlanta with her and Mrs. Angle Sternberg, of Jack- said Mr. Caber, "this Tampa prisoner, price! :15 cts. ; trial package, leases, etc., for salo at the

father, Prof. George C. Looney. sonville, !Miss Kate Young, of Oveldo, was at his home In West Florid' 10 etl( !. At any drug: store (() Telegraph office.

Miss Margaret Long, of Titusville, who have been spending the past two Miami officials received word In someway
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.F. blanks for sale the Telegraph
Legal at months at Kingsley Lake have returned or other that the department of

H. Long. office. to their homes. Yancy and n.tioe was working on tho case anti : We can charge
Margaret Williams accompanied Mrs. telegraphed the prisoner to return at your
J. E. Wilson, of Cocoa, is spendingthe Miss Lillian of Charles- YES OKS
Stump, Barbour to Jacksonville for a short Olll''. When our guard reached! Ml- 8
week here with his wife at Kings- town, W. Va., who has been the guest visit. anti this prisoner was confined 'In aPOLITICAL In t"r
ley lake. of her brother, F. F. Stump, left Storage Battery ISmith's

Tuesday for Tampa, where she will I Sfrs.A. V. Long and daughters, Annie ANNOUNCEMENTS
Mrs. W. J. Griffin was the week teach the coming term in .the Baptist I and Mrs. L. T. Jarmon, of Palatka -

end visitor of Mrs. Lila Griffin and Mission school. : and A. C. Long, of Annapolis, Md., I nnounc. my FOR nnriUliur MARSHAL fur the offte' of
family. were here Wednesday and, Thursday m.r.h.l of the town of Sl.rk... subject to the Garage SlFarake
: ntlon of the votes .t the .'..Uon to be h.ld ,
Mrs. M. Leviton and daughter
as guests of Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Tu..d.". B.i.l, ..h. I have stvenh.* town
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Ladies new Fall Hats atStump's. Rosa, returned Sunday from Valdosta Mr. and !Sirs J. M. Brownlee. The "'.... of '.llhful Mrvle a nliiht mnr.h.1.! .od

I and other points in Georgia, where party returned to Palatka Thursday force will nprelitl the laws of the the votra town lest feltbjully for" m'... end will fn..,... _..
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they were guests of friends and rela accompanied by Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, rtlalljr. A. t. ALVARJU

Miss Jeanette Durdcn, who has been tives. who will spend several weeks in Pa- I nnounee my..f. a eendldate. roc 'h. .ft''.. I ,
visiting her sister, Mrs. O. L. Beasley latka. of m..h.1 for the, town of Starke. .ubjrot "
left Tuesday for home in Tampa. Dr. J. J. Bullen and daughter, Miss .gist lhs .I..tlon the offlc.b m"be! held undlvlded a..m". .1I.nllon." 8tb. and f 'I !

Beatrice, leave Saturday for Norman Rev. and Mrs C. F. Starnes and thl.. .beauu. .01.U, the support of the town sloe.tan. ... ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis returned Park, Ga., where Miss Beatrice will baby returned Thursday evening from HANS \I1IHI..-I. '

Tuesday from Asheville, N. C., Where enter Norman College I Asheville, N. C. and were accompanied -
they spent the past six weeks. homo by Mrs. Starnes' sister, Mist I
; I !Sirs M. C. Wllllanw and daughter, Eva Leatherwood, who will enter the For.Sale! I
:'., lIon. Chaa./ II. Register, of Lake Helen, of Key West, are guests of high school department of the B. H. II
Butler, was the guest of his sister, Mr. and !Mrs. .1. :M. Alvarez at Magnolia S. Miss Leathergood Is a talented I ((1
"'. Mrs. L. H. Eastman, Saturday. Lodge, Kingsley lake tins week. musician and a welcome addition to : .
10 In 'NE
.,- the younger set. acres Bradford County, .
Mrs. W. L. Kickliter and daughters, SEED PEANUTSN. Section 33: 21 acres cleared balance -

of Stuart, are visiting at the home of :Sirs Arthur Rldgon, of Jacksonville in cutting timcbr or can be
her father, M. L. Johns. C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea spent several days with friends turpentined. Half mile from R.
nuts $1.00 per bushel (Four cents and relatives in Plant City, and spent
f. b. Lowell Fla. Monday and Tuesday with Mr. and H. nnd state road mile to P. O.
Mrs. G.V.. Roberts, of Lawtey, per pound) o.
was a visitor to Starke Friday after- II. T. HALL COMPANY. .1. J. Rigdon. She was accompaniedby Right In the heart of the Strawberry .
1 noon. :I-9-tf. Lowell, Fla. !Mrs. J. L. Corbett, of Plant City, belt all land Is clay bottom I

who has been visiting her parents, -$3,500 cash, $350; binder balance
Mr. and !Mrs. A. A. Durden, Mr. Stella Barrett who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. when abstract Is!' delivered.
and Mrs. V. Lois Adkins returned to Jacksonville I.
M.
Bugtr of Hampton,
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r' were In Starke Tuesday afternoon. Wednesday evening accompanied by September first brings many persons This property Is!' held at this! When You Need
Lois Adkins who will spend several back to Starke who have been away price for one month will advance Money

J. F. Houser, tho!- Gulf Oil man of days in the city. for the summer months. especially. sharply after time is!' up. You
Hampton, was a business visitor to those who have cottages. at Kingsley deal with owner who has held
Mrs. M. E. Edwards has returned lake. Among those who have returned -
Starke Friday. this' for 26 To carry on your business remember that a depositor
I from Hendersonville, N. C., and the home are T. S. Williams and property years never -
Everything need for first of the week was the guest of family, J. H. Ritch and family, Dr. E. on the market before.BURNS. in this bank will always get'accommodation fromus
you I her daughter, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. L. Biggs. and family, Judge A. Z. Ad
Schoolchildren if
at Stump's.Mrs. kins and family, J. C. Robinson and we can possibly see our way clear to grantingit.

W. 3. Epperson and daughter, Little Miss Hazel Adkins has returned -, family, DeWitt C. Jones and family. a ,

Miss Iris, spent Tuesday in Jackson home after a visit in Miami
with little Miss Betty McLane, and Messrs. C. R. Lawrence and E. V.
villa from New Smyrna where she visited Larson, of Keystone Height, were Green Cove Springs, Florida Whether you- are' a large:?depositor or a small one 1

I" Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards, of Little Miss Helen Gray. business Keystone visitors Heights to is Starke Monday. i makes: no difference in the attention your request
enjoying boom
Jacksonville are guests of Mrs. A. Z. a will receive.
both In business lines
and Mr. J. Z. Cur and real estate,
Adkins Dr. O. W. Payne +
at Kingsley lake.
i tis, of Ft. Payne, Ala, were In Starke and this winter season Is predicted to
These be the best this resort has known. A 666to
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business gen.
Wednesday on Start with '
Mrs. account
Effie Miner and son, HarolJ. : an us. ;
extensively interested In new depot Is being built there by the
of Lawtey, were guests Tuesday of tlemen are around the thriving town Southern Railway, the building to be a ,r.e.ApWa IM
her sister, Mrs. E. 1.. Biggs. I of properties Hampton. modern in every respect.Mr. Malaria Chills and Fever

Dengue or Bilious Fever
Mrs. F. H. Long and children, RIchard I and daughter and and Mrs. J. S. Crlner. of Keystone I It kill MM ..rot.
T. J. Terry
Jacksonville.and Billy, spent Wednesday In Miss Mrs Eunice Whrtehead, of.Lawtey, Heights, their niece, Mrs. C. J. BANK OF STARKEThe
the Lawtey visitors to Grace of Gainesville, and S. R. Ca-
among Habitual
were Cuiutlpstlon Cured
hoon of Jacksonville, a nephew> of
S. L. Peek and family have returned Starke Friday. Mr. and Mrs Griner returned FridayTo In 14 to 21 Days
to their home after spending sev- -LAX-FOS WITH PIPS1.V Is a llIfelally. Bank of Helpful ServiceWE
Mrs W. S. Blakely of Sarasota, prepared SyrupTonlc-Laxative for Habitua1Constipation. !
eral months at Kingsley lake. I It relieves promptly and
Denmark, of St. Augustine \ -
and Miss Lois Cur. a Cold In One limy PAY 4 PER (;
I of Mrs.! Blake y's should ha taken regularly for 14 to 21 days ENTaON:5AVINCSJo.
Little Miss Helen Gray, of New are guests r :Mr. and Mr*. W. W. Baisden Cough and H",d",ch. sod wnrkiefftht
Smprna, is the of little Miss parents Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60o
guest J Cold C; W (.ROVES; a.natu a soda bo*. Mr
Hazel Adkins at Kingsley lake. i I this week. per bottle. V









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FOR OVER 40 YEARS some of the high lights in Tallahassee day, thereby making the operation of

| Follette's Seat I HALI/S CATARKU BIKUICINn has ban seem to be sleeping under fragrant this enterprise a paying propositionfor
UMil uccaMfully In the treatment 01 odor of the Lotus trees up in the state.

FARMERS and FARMING Catarrh. the state capitol, paying no attentionto It was also our pleasure to visit the
HAI/I/S CATAIUtn MEDICIM2: uo-l'
t .,." ol an Olntm.nt which quIck! the great necessity of proper hous- amusement park, church house, can-
.. H ell*Vee by local ": tin ing for those in the penal institutionsof teen, heaquarters building and other
_. onWllr.d
.
-, .. -- T\ Internal Medltlna. a Tonic, the state. We dumbfounded
through the Blood on the Mucous Sur. were places of Interest on the farm. A
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE faces, thus reducing Ui* Inflammation. and surprised to see prevailing condi- summary of our conclusions is a pieceof

t ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO Bold by all drug-Rim. tions in the sleeping quarters. advice to the skeptic to visit the
F. J. Chen r &: Co.. Toledo. Ohio. We were next taken through the farm
,
BE BEST SUITED TO OUR CO UNTY -they will be convinced that
shirt factory. The building is new old adage of "honor among thelvos"

A VISIT TO RAIFORDA and modern. More than two hundred l is true, especially in the managementof
J ; .. prisoners are engaged in the manu the Florida state farm. And
as
better still have two houses and we
AT I iFARMERS' CHATTEH HEARD
CHICKEN WEEK RECENTLY two yards, and keep pullets and hens ". .,., visit to Raiford and a tour of facture of work shirts. A large north- have said, Mr. Blitch in our opinion,

: ] separated. Legband the,hens that ,,',.- ',, ...j the bremlses has convinced us that ern concern has contracted with the is the only living man who cans successfully
"Ii state to take the entire
Vigor i III neccosary in breeding, still have ditry feathers and worn Superintendent Blitch Is the only man much dozen output at so operate an "honor system"Gainesville" .
to the
per according grade
'. stock to raise baby chicks satisfacco tails and that still visit the nests living who can operate an "honor' of shirt. In this factory trained Sun.
Irwyr a
l I criminals. lie has
have been system"
doily. September layers among
man l is capable of turning from Greenville
out
conditions in
-Crop this
Y tho absolute of and
I'ancJost of the Fertile Valley your best producers and will respect every man eighteen
j to twenty-four shirts vicinity
Farm, Sef frier, has the colony brood- repeat next year. Set hens or machines woman within the confines of the I -- per. promising. .
erhouse 10x12 feet. Ho heats the for winter chicks. state prison. He knows them all byname | -

brooder to 100 degrees and does not Bees.-Do not remove all the honey and knows Just what they are I

feed scratch before fifth day. | from, the hives; remember bees must doing and knows weher they are supposed i i I .

Miss Cal, Crescent City, says don't have enough stores for the winter.If I to be at all tImes Mr. Blitch Our Cross-, ord Puzzle

mix chicks of different ages I the queen is failing, requeen. See / I Is almost on the border of the superhuman (I

11. A. Bunker, Jacksonville, says '' that spring and sumer swarms are / in his position of handling

get better eggs and stock to start in j in shape for winter. .' .. '" I those convicted of crime.

the,poultry business. ,I Winter Pasture.-Seed fall oats Y .. "/".;... tobacco for winter Prepare ,.. '''' '' ... system" was, to a certain extent, which this week
D. A, Sanders Gainesville, says and rye pasture. '. ;.Y' ., \ : we are publishing I Holve it will find the words contained
dust, :ii pounds to 101 pounds' special winter pasture of rye and I '\.> 'H/" ;,... .'' .. !L '. rather obnoxious to us previous to and, although the design is quite therein very carefully hidden.
,\w' t\ visit to the farm Friday. We
our
for-
of mash, Is good treatment for round oats. Seed root crops for winter ''' / .
( ,>";, "'. had
Flatwoods land can be planted ;pj couldn't see how a hard criminal f
yirms.H. !: to age.same permanent pasture mixture > ; .oJ." r... \ any "honor" or could be placed on the I
Poultry : >
.
Pint'nrt
Irvin : "J
D. a
; I'f basis of something he did not have. II
I recommended for June, except wu
neces-l, f
<
Is 'VTO".TClf.h """ I
Farm trap-netting a lespe-I .,
nays ,1itfI
<
doza should not be planted In our imagination, balls and chains /
ear yitem on u broiling fsrm. | cember. and armed guards were the only i J
]
Mr. Fouts of 'Suwannee I"arms'llIays Cotton Field.-As soon as all cot- Wm. G. Bruce, Milwaukee publisher things that could be successfully used JI I coe

electric llshts are valuable to I ton is picked destroy all standing U the Democratic nom,'. : in handling murderers, thieves and the I .+
winter production. |
increase rag! plants. This will destroy spores of for Senator to f.ll the test left like. But we are convinced that so

Sanitation keynote for success, anthracnose and greatly reduce weevil vacant by the death of Son La-; long as these poor unfortunates are c7

according to Dr. Sanders. i infestation next year. It is wiseto Follette. branded as murderers and theives, JJ ., M ,1b JJI
Marketing poultry products was plant a winter cover crop on the just so l Leg will they have to be un- *
,k' discussed at great length by L. M. a e der chain and armed guard. Mr.
Rhodes Jacksonville, V. W. Lewis, land.Grove
and Orchard.-Give last fer- EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY Blitch looks on the six hundred or I e. 7 xs nuN
!
North Carolina, and C. A. Fulford,! tlizatlon and cultivation to young AGENTS' REPORTS more prisoners In the state farm as

Lake City non-bearing groves and nursery men and women-not criminals. He I w'U' vlI

THE SOUTH SHOULD I stock. Spray citrus trees with an *Santa Rosa This week I have giventwo holds up to them by precept and ex- I I';

RAISE MORE HOGS oil emulsion for whitefly and purple demonstrations in budding sat- ample a new life without the walls of I ><

I scale. Cut cover crop of cowpeas or suma oranges and pecans. Raiford. He speaks kindly and courteously -

Although the South Is not unfavor- bcggarweeds by 15th to avoid an Infestation to all prisoners There is nota I .. w

ably situated for hog production, II l of pumpkin bugs later. Pecan Baker-The cotton farmers of the person doing time at Raiford who r

there ha been a heavy decrease in : Spray with 4-4-50 bordeaux to county had been hauling their cottonto I would not fight for "Captain Blitch"

the number of hogs on farms In that control scab. Add 1 pound of lead arsenate Lake City, but through the efforts ,, as they call him. Yet these people

f section in recent years Ten cotton to 50 gallons of bordeaux to of the county agent, a Jacksonville work and work hard. They all have a 1. Grief
Sum
., States which in 1920 were estimated control leaf case bearer. Prepare company sent a representative into duty to perform and go about it as 5. Dissolved. 17. r j
8, To make dark
f to have on farms 13,570,000 hogs had land before 15th for harvesting. county to buy the crop. though they were in the paid employof I'' 9. In regard 12. A minute particle
only 0,077,000 in 1925. Five States, 'I Garden and Truck-Spray celery I II some private concern. l
pn Osceola-The citrus although ,10. Preposition 13. Measure of
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia -I plants in seedbed with 4.4.50 bordeaux crop, We visited the tannery and foundit paper
size Persian High Priest .
somewhat short, is showing good 111. 14. Part of a harness
and loulsana-hod 2,000,000 few- to control early blight, repeating operated entirely by prisoners. The Railroad (abbr.)
,13. 16.
and is in good shape. Consequently
t er hogs on January 1, 1925) than on [ every 10 days. Plant (in foreman, a man, with rather broken,15., To supply food 19. Mangnlflcent

January 1, 1922. In other parts of seedbeds) cabbage, cauliflower, peppers Broward VI.ltedVaclo groves English, explained to us the process ,,17. Consumed 20. Grasped dignified

J" the country, especially in the corn celery and lettuce; transplant with the experiment Station chemist of making leather and was interested 118. Oration 20. Fissure.

.r belt, hog production expanded great- I from older beds to field. Plant beans,, and arranged for fertilizer experiments enough to bring out two or three sam- 121. A famous! houseboat 27. A beverage
I (pi.)
after 1921 reaching the highest carrots Snglish Irish ples of the work done' in his depart-
( ly peas, potatoes,, on citrus growing on muck 22. To sound 29. Measure abbr.
I,. point on record in 1923, and declining I parsnips, parsley, onion sets, radish,, land at Davie.MarionThe. ment. 123.I' A bird 30. Disordered( )
somewhat In 1024. The decline I rape, rutabagas, spinach, Swiss chard, We viewed the various farm de- 24. Seaweed 32. type. "
i' in tho South has been much greater |land turnips. Spray eggplants in people of Ft. McCoyare partments, which Included a vast un- 25. Part of the verb "to be" 33. Regarding Part of the verb "to be"

y than Is desirable in the Interests of seedbed with 4-4-60 bordeaux. very anxious to organize a far- dertaking in grape culture, pecan 20. Small of wheel
part auto 86. A
the region, says the United States I Club Members Your barrow mers' association in that community. groves, truck farming hay gathering 28. Preposition 37. receptacle
Elder of Isaac
Department of Agriculture I should weigh about 125 pounds- and general farming. We were especially 29. Unsealed son
Have colonies 39
two
Not
This is an unfortunate situation, I I make him gain two pounds a day. Orange- placed impressed with the excellent 31. To rend any
of bettles this week. Found 40. A horse's
.. nays the department, because hog | Carefully measure your corn yield. aphis lady quality of the land in the state farm. gait
l is and the 134. MetalArrived 41. An
lady Indian
q feed can bo grown in abundance in I In tho Homo.-Start the child off: aphids soma quantity Most of it is a good grade of clay sub- 35. tribe
I beetles being plentiful slaughter 32. A tailor's
h the South, and the hog industry afford I in school year by giving It a properly started immediately. soil, and contrary to reports, will 36. To exist 41. Part of necessity flower

an oportunity for using land, balanced school lunch. Hake a grow most anything subject to cimate 38. Fractions of one hundred 47. Neat a

Ii labor and time that might otherwise honw-mndo thermos bottle for the Dade-During the visit of the Gov- and weather conditions in Florida. 41. A disinfectant 49. Fish

go to watte. While it l is not recommended I lunch backet. A cold fruit beverage ernor to this county recently, the We were shown through the barracks 43. Egyptian reptiles To ;

I'. '' that the South should try to for the hot months, and hot soup or transfers of five sections of Everglades or sleeping quarters of the 45. Earning ,,50.56. Toward put away

make hoi raining a major enterprise, I chocolate for the cooler months, will land from the Pennsylvania prisoners. This scene was the only 40. A piece of land ST. A Canadian
liccaufo its advantages for the business add to the health disappointment of the trip. We saw province
r i and efficiency of Sugar Company to a group of Miami 48. A college fraternity (abbr.)
: are not equal to those of the i tho child Home-preserved fruits, business men, who will use it for men crowded in a narrow floor space. 49. Church councils

'I, Middle West, the department nevertheless vegetables and meats in glass and tin dairying, truck and poultry, was witnessed We saw the cots on which the pris- 51. A great general 2 A C K F L A W
does urge increased hog production containers may be used with aufety by the Governor and membersof oners sleep less than three apart. 52. Used in gold
':' J In the cotton states generally Seal preserved food tightly and label his cabinet. It was recorded by We noted the buildings were of wood 53. Conjunction (Lat.beating) D A 1 1.I Y L A it T l n

and declares that almost every farm plainly. photos and in places showing signs of rot. 54. Cornered (Colloq.) F A P S T Ii 1 C M E F
should raise enough hogs to utilize The lack of room and crowded conditions 0 0
PRIZE STALK SUGAR ANE . . . in 65. Preposition F CAT M T A
home the is
farm waste and supply pork for sleeping quarters a dis-
57
r consumption.At HOME DEMONSTRATIONS grace to the fair state of Florida and Negative I e G A c G J O p D
Leesburg, Aug. 23.-A stalk of 68. An Ohio city
the present the South is far which AGENTS' REPORTS unless relief comes immediately from 69. A D e t A e S e s u p
sugar cane measures about southern river
from self-sustaining\ In the matter of nine and one-half feet from end to the board, serious results will fol- O A e D "aA D g L l A
Its In 1923 had low. With the tourist influx
heavy
pork supply. Georgia VERTICAL
end, without the I I rl o l ,
grown use of fertilizers A t. A v r
Ta'lor-Wltl1 the use of n
to in a pressure into Florida this winter and the Importation
bring nearly 40,000,000 poundsof 1. A musical composition
Y is being exhibited here by W. A cooker and a sealer, I helped a farmer t, q t A C J A
meat. Yet Georgia is one of the I of an abnormal number of I 12. A cowboy exhibition l T
\\l j Southern States in Whatley, who has property adjoining can and seal 60 cans of okru one day. crooks Raiford\ Is bound u t A
lr leading hog pro the Seaboard railroad. to get be- 3. Spheres s' J I. IA T e p I
I
\ duction. Some parts of the South "Just another advertisement for As a result, he is buying a cooker yond the hands of the management I I 4. Pronoun c 2 t t t A / A N
and sealer and will his
can all surplus -
that well unless the board
are adapted to hog raisingare Florida prison provides some 5. Mother
Mr. Whately explains, in vegetables. r A 0 2 A M p
almost wholly dependant upon proudly showing the stalk. It already relief now. The board, composed of : O. To engrave I

supplies shipped in from other sections has developed six full feet and by Alachua-Held two meetings and -- .--- "'-.,

lt October would have measured seven visited 12 club members this week. .......
.1 According to economists in the department and one-half solid feet of cane. Pasco-Thirty-nine girls exhibited

n' the South is overlookingan at the club .girls' sewing contest held
oportunity to raise more hogs BLUEBERRIES PROFITABLE" recently. UNITED STATES TIRES ARE GOOD TIRES

profitably. While not laying down
any hard and fast rules for every Okaloosa ('ountyIon Is !Making DeSoto-Spent the week visiting

farmer, the department suggests thaton I Money. club girls and women of the county. You don't have to shop aroundto

most farms the cropping system Crestview, Aug. 28. Tucked Received several inquires concerninga
-
should first make provision for the in away county fair this winter, and many
i a beautiful
section of Okaloosa
home needs of milk, eggs, meat, and ,' county four miles from this place is communities are also Interested in find the Right Tire
vegetables, and should then give attention community fairs.
I one of Florida's most interesting fea-
; to the main Sur-
t. plus lime remaining money after these crop. print I tures, the farm of M. A, Sapp, creator Okaloosa-Dyeing, plaiting rag for your carGO

*.ry needs have been taken care of of Florida's newest industry, the rugs, passe partouting pictures, and
should i growing of blueberries on a commercial the fireless cooker were demonstratedat I
', be devoted to the supplementary !
| scale. one of the club meetings In the
money crops and among such Sapp has TO a U.S.Tire dealer'O '
thirty of blueberry
,, aires i county this week. (
crops hog raising will often hold the 1
first place. bushes, about 0,000 plants in all, name is at theTbottomoEthisadverti.ellhim
)r and from his place this season has Lake-I spent a part of the time

t; SOME THINGS TO UO ON netted an average of $500 per acre this week in my kitchenette teaching your tire requirements He hasa

)h" THE FARM AND IX THE while one portion of the farm, that some local women how to put up U.S.Tire that will meet them.
products.HillsboroughThe.
HOME IN SEPTEMBER containing aproximately seven acres guava
>> He will help choose the
of bushes eleven years old, has pro- you
f In the Field.-Harvest Spanish duced $7,000 net this year. It is a mat- Club\ Jackson Heights tire that will best suit you. It / 'j a

!I 4; peanuts before they sprout. Home- I, ter of record that several bushes on club house.has recently built a fine new will be a good tire-a full y '

s' made feed Is cheapest; save all hay the place produced this season $10 ed. All the community help- money's worth-whether it is '

possible.. each, net, after the expense of pickIng -
the U. S. Royal Balloon U. S.
Hogs..Prepare sows for fall lit I the berries 5 cents a quart and Lee--The Ion Home Demonstration I
ters. Feed meat hogs on corn and the cost of the crates and hauling Club is undertaking a community Royal Balloon-Type, U. S. I I I

tankage for three weeks before finishing I to Crestview had been deducted. I project of putting. hot lunches in the Royal Cord-Regular or Extra

1' to make flesh firm. Get a I Sapp launched the industry several school and beautifying\ the school Heavy, USCO Cord or USCO ? '

_.. better price by marketing hogs co- i years ago when, becoming tired of grounds. Fabric.
operatively; ask the county agent i going to Shoal river and Yellow river I III
about this. I to Dade-The nutrition worker and
f I swamp pick berries brought the ]
\s sK".. Poultry-Get early-laying pullets swamp plants to the farm and let I home demonstration agent put on a
and the hens you will keep for an- I I them out. One bush on the farm JaI short nutrition course in the senior United States

other year into better quarters for I I thirty-five years old while there "are : home demonstration clubs. A 12 lesson -
their next 12 months of work. DI- 1 scores so tall that the berry pickers short course la being. put on tot

vide the houses and yard. Into two, I mount ladder to gather them. lunch-room managers at schools. Tires
,. .
> STARKE GROWERS MEET ,

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Starke Growers' Association will T..... 61.r1tBu7
meet at the court house, on Saturday,
.r Sept. 5th at 3 p. m.

V. S. Tires from

No Worm In a Healthy Child

: All chlldna troubled with Worm ban an my.
.... I Mltbr color which _lee poor blood,and M a
Cbflb and Fever I role than. fa> man or 1 hm womacb dttnrbua
,
r.
GROVE TASTELESS chill TONIC
,;, limn rMuUrty
Deng-tie.Malaria.Ai lot twos tbrat wwti will .oikh. the Meal ttb. -
+M central fcmJc. prow .dilution. act u a General SutoftfnlMToolo J. W. Andrews Jr. Starke Florida
e I to th e whol 1yWCea\ Nature will than ,
: throw off or dispel tile worms,sad tbcChikl wW be .
"; ta perfect baalta. PtoMutnuto. We pet botU* II


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I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA 4
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4. 1923
.. PAGE 8RVRM I's


CRaSH FOB PUBLICATION ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn I Nnrlh.

I half of
In Circuit Court. Eighth Jndlolal ClreulBradford Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit. w..t ."
1'1IMptatiouS""y r ] County. Stat ot Florida In Cban.r'v. Bradford County Slat of Fiori.... In Ch.n- quarter'
..".. Noth I (

; AJvarei. CompUlnantMr G. W. Dunham Complainant I ''! .. "
.. T. i18l. ( .
.. Frank I.. Warren. *t al.. Defendant U. O. B.. ". et .1.! Defendant.It "'Bl.
? It appearing. by affidavit. appended to des appearing by afflilivlt appended to the ilrod I !
I bill filed In the above ......... ...... that Sal bill filed In the abov_tatrd muss that IT. O. ,
I' II. Freeman and husband fimralt B. Frt Bayn. th* defendant therein named I. a non i : ; rn : I :
man Lotti. Warren. Dixie. Meohaa and hm. rrelriont of the grate' of Florida and lie I I. a ', ,"- \-- l "
band, Jack W. Meehin. the defenJanta therein ral<.lent of Ilendetmnnvllle, Stat of North Vi.rl. ,
A RAINY DAY-AND AVISIT I feel that two are the named are non-realdenta of th .titato of FlolIda. '. Carolina and I. over th* aiz. of tweny-on Section l '
ways you and that Sallle Freeman and huebanEmmltt .. ,years It la therefore, ordered that laid non. three \ I
FROM: Bon sweetest pieces of feminity I've ever Freeman and Lottie Warren are resident defendant he and la hereby. rr. nlred Alio

known." each realdenui. of Grand Valley of the flat to appear to th. bill of complaint fllrd\ In coat I J
I had been homo from the Clancy'sfor I of Colorado and that Dial Meehan and aald *aua* on or before Monday th* 7th day | fret I : f ;,i l I
The tea arrived. huabaadi Jaak W. Meehan are aaeh residents D. 19IR. othewlne the al- I| Vret .
I II
several days and was getting In spite of his light banter I could! of 811 Loulavllla, \ Avenue of Monroe. 8.*.. oLoulalanai i'rn'cr.t.:: ; bill will I .be taken aa oonaed .hl\. -.
in readiness for the and each are over the age of ....... f.* nv laid defendant.It I nu.re |
things opening tell that Bob had something on his ty'on. "rear; It Ui therefore ordered that said la further ordered. that this order b* pnbUihetl .... ,, |
of my kindergarten in the Fall. I had mind. I non-reeldent defendant be And the* ire ber.. 1 one a week for four eonaeeutiv" weeks Thl I

qept the little class room bright and by required to appear to the bill of eompUlm In the llradfor County Telt'a.anh, a new.
"Go on Bob, please tell me," I coccrcd -I filed in said cause on or .before Monday the paper puhliahrd In paid' County end Stat I I

inviting throughout the summer and after his second piece of toast, -th day of September. A. D. 1821. otherwise Title. AU.U. 4th, INfc AIiEnMN M |
It had aerved as a sort of club house I tha allegatlona of said bill will be taken ai O. W. : '
"I can't fool you, can I, Peach?" eonfiaoil by said defendant Clerk Circuit CourlBy .

where the mothers came for relaxa- ho called me the name he had givenme It la further ordered that this order be pub. C. A. KNIGHT. In { .
ll.h.d once a week for tour ooniecuUv weeks Deputy Clerk
to Ideas.
tion and exchange It
was when I was a little girl, "I have In the Bradford County Telagraph. a new. A. S. CREWS Q. A.

a clearing house too, for their prob- got something to tell you by Jove paper published In laid County and Stat. Solicitor for Complainant f-T-ot-9-4
,,
Thl. Auguit )
lems and Joys.
but it's so blooming personal thatI 0. W. ALDERMAN: Edwin .1..w
The summer had not been unpleasantly Clerk Circuit Court ORDER FOR PUBLICATION It I
;
hardly know how to start.
By O. A. KNIGHTD. ..: : I : :
because
warm. And Jacksonvilleis Judicial Clreul
(To be continued) In Circuit C.urt" Eighth
Clerk ,
miles Deputy Bradford County .Stat of FloHda. In Cbaneery. Ih. t twirt
just eighteen from a Beach E. KNIGHTSolIcitor }.

that Is one oftbe most perfect In the MASTER'S BALE far Complainant 87g94 D. W.. Alvares, CompatnantMargaret wife ; ) ,

world, many residents prefer to spend ; ORDER FOR PUBLICATION V.. Fisher. .
Hereby nolle I. vlven that tinder and bvvirtu Wilson and her husbandJ. f. :
their summers at home. of that certain final dec... of foraeloiur W. Wilson Defendant. Puddy. : .
m.d. and entered on the tint day of In Circuit Court. E.trhth Judtefal Circuit. appended to the known, |
I Father opened our cottage at Atlantic Auiru.t, A. D. 1925 by the Hon. A. Z. Adkl.... Ilrailford ounty. Florida. In Ch.n....,.. bill It filed appearing In the by abovtated affidavit cause that Mar ",. of

Beach for the last month of Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Court of N. B. Hull eomplalnaot.ronte a ret Wilson and hsr husband J. W. Wilson whom
*
Florida. In and for Bradford County In Ch.n. ... blloved I
the season and late each afternoon I .... W. Cole, defendant th* defendant therein named are noa-rmfdenti :
,. In that certain coo. therein pending between et al. of the of Florida and their realdnne li. named
would drive him down. I had grown tha complainant, the Federal Land Bank BILL TO REMOVE!: CLOVIi. QUIET TITLE unknown state and ar .over the age .f are .
of Columbia! a corporation and the defandanta AND OTHER RELIEF. It .to thersfcnorilercti In th
splendidly fit. My body and twenty-en year : rnl : t
nerves
J. T. Reddlih and Lawtey" National Farm that said non-resident tie. .
had responded the regular habits Loan Auociatlon. a corporation. Tha underBinned It apprarfn.1 from the allegation of th. fenrianf be and "hereby required to anpear able to
apeelal maeter In paid ....... appoint. sworn bill of complaint In th. above. eau*., to the bill. of are complaint: filed; I In Bald :
into which I had moulded my life and edto execute tald decree. will on Monday the that the age and _ldenc of the defendants before Monday the Bth day ol tollvved .
the desire for cocktails and cigarettesnever 1th day of September. A. D.. 1928 durlnic the GOD"" W. Col. If Hvlnir. and If dead then cau October** on, A.or D. 1D2B. ott..dae: the alteration. that .

legal .hour: of :eat. thereon, before tha court* hi. heir. dlvlceea, ,1e.atee* and .*.I..D.. : M... of said bill will be taken a* confessed by ...Idd..t.nd.Dt. .d In
returned. But tho ache of see- nouae door In Stark. Bradford Counts Florida Mill R. DuUdon. If living, and If dead then .. whose

ing Curtiss for the brief monent at eell th. following' described, Until iltu.ted: her heir, d..I0..... leva text and aM-icns ; K. It la further ordered that this order be put and .
In Bradford County. Florida, to th bbtheet' II. Drew If Hvlntr' and If dead then hi. Itsned once a week for Hunt eonseeutlv week ants ; I
the Clancys and then having him go and .beat bidder for euh towlttWeat heir, letratec*. devisee and.auinn' are all! In the Bradford County Telegraph a nw. known

out of my life again, was still poignantly half of Northeast fluarter of North- unknown and them I I. no penon In the Stat paper published 'In said County and State. 'n thl. : ; : : : ;;
went quarter of eeetlon iT Townihlp 8. Kane* of Florida known to complainant the eerr This Auiiust Ird 192H. ties I
keen. Not once, had I seen or 28 Each containing 20 acre more or lee*. Ice of a aiil:; >po,na upon whom would bind the O. W. ATDKRMAN and .. I
heard of him being with Anne. I could Said sale to be rn.de pureuant to and for aid defendant; And C. Rodman Jon* and Clerk Circuit. Our or .
the purpose of unifying the ,ald decre. with Poems C. Jonra, hi. wife of 79k Plo. atrt By O. A. KNKJT ever .
picture them together nt home, mak- -'-. New' Orleans Utatei of Louie Inn.. and th. Deputy Clerk. md .. .
log their future plans. A. S. CREWS following named defendant. A. H. Johns Ifllvlnif n. E. KNIGHT be i or ar
SHT" Mour In chmnefr'Solicitor and If d- J, then to his hlra. dcvUe* Solicitor for Complainant 8-T-ftt-lO-t I In thl. .
When the owners of slanderous D. B. K and levatcr and aultxns ;: Jarol\, Johnji bring. In .

' tongues began to realize I was earn- for Complainant., If living and If dead than to Hot tie Wynn NOTICR OF APPLICATIOV FOR TAX The
8-7-5 MM Pet. Wynn Cab Wynn and Susannah Con. BErn UNDER SECTION BTS OF quarter l l
about work and
est my was provinga heirs of Jacob Johns. who* resIdence t. un TUB GENERAL STATUTES 2U East I
trifle more valuable than a gay idler MASTER'S SALE known to Jerry M. Johnu, If flying and If Also 1 the
drad. then to A. H. John of Stark. Florida. Notice I. hereby gIven that Charles) Mil ed In :
they were frankly amazed. Tales, Notice I. hereby Riven that under and by Aha Ensr and Charter En...... h.r huaband. tor and L. Rny Lawrence), purchaser of Tan. and hem; Jj
too, of the Inn eplsodo having been virtue of that certain Final Decree of fora* of JackNonvllIf Ktorldn, heir of Jerry M. Certificate No. 221. dnted the Bth day of July .
bad died closure mad and rendered on 6th day of Johns : Frvtn Johns if Itvina and If doad.then A. D. hon filed said cert If Irate of ;;
exaggerated out :
and once September. A. P. 1< 24. by Honorable Amos to Rlfrnbeth Johns, wIdow of Ervln office :J\ mail apnllrailon for tax d:5 Ka.t.: ." j

again invitations began to arrive. But .Lewfc. Jndir of the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit Johns, of Starke, Florid. Arthur John. of to issue In accordance with law. Said certificate Pn, .
always I refused. These of Florida. HnnnniM. A. V. Txinir. Itidire Frostproof. Florida. Ovid Johns, of Tampa, embrner the f ollowlnsr described to the !
people had or the Eighth': Judicial Circuit, "In" Htuqimllfled. Florida. Homer John, when addretm I* un property. situated (In Bradford County. Flor on or bt
sent me to Coventry, untried, and I In that enrUifn rauj wherein th* Fed.erul known Trvena Reynolds and L. A. Reynold da. to-wit: A. It. ; I I I
nor husband of Loulsberti Stat of NorthCarolIna. Sonthwfut qnnrter of .rth..t' quarter Section I Mill will
would remain there Land Bnnk of Cn.umMn' romoratlon :
now from choice. a ; heir. of Ervln: Johns. Annie B 14. Township 9 S' Range 92 B., 40 acre*. rrnienia.it
U I com pint tint. and C. TV 1'10". Nettle :
n Supp
hi. wlf. Th Natlnnnl...... L.'an P.ttlt, widow of B. 1':. John, rieceaaad. andA. Th said lnn l b.'lrH; "smi rd at the date of l I.
One rainy afternoon I Lawtey the "tssitanfc nf ,'h certIfIcate In th. nameof liih.il, }
went into tho Aiioclatlon. a eorpncntlon. ,T A. IIn_. Th. M. PMtlt. her husband of Galnnavlll. ..
Florida K M. John and Charley Johns of R D. Clnyton. Unless said certifIcate shill nrel"
backl living which Connol( Naval
dated Starr
Company cor
is
room entirelymy a ho rcileemed ncconllns to Inw tax dned will .. :
Stark Florida and The!ma Williams aid
own. My piano !I" there and I pornt.on.the underBltrntd. and 8. w'tt J. Ftitch offer for ore will.defendant and win A. J. Wllllamn" her husband of Alachtm 'Issue thereon on the Slit day of September t for n" IIH.four .

planned to spend a few hours alone. Mctl to the* hlfrhrAt and .bent bliMpr for each County. Florida helm of A. H. John. through 'V D. 1025. Time .
: I. Witness my official stj-natur and seal thta ty
R. E Johns deceased and to aura Con
ThQ dampncka of the In front of the Co'.rthmwo door In Starfc. tho 17th day of August A. D. lOtfS. County. .
Jay hud uuule Itrmffnrd fount FTorMa. McmTay. the and Marcucritt Con, whose addreaa I. an Thl.

tne long for a fire's ruddy cheer. So Tth day of Si.r>t*.'mher. A. D on 1125. lurtntx theWnl known and to InrFr holt. devfeee and legators. (S.al) Clerk of the Circuit O. W. ALDERMAN Court of II..... ( '
If dead. To Jell! John. If living, and ifdrnl
.. fi,, .thi nf untilfylnff
hmm of lo.
I lighted the logs in the great fird-! cold Final fleer..... the fnllnwlnn t I"iirpnoc' dwicrtb- I then tn lake John, of Starke. Florida.and ford County Florida.By .

place and soon the shadowy corners ed tnnd "lylnr and being 'In nradrnrd County. It I. alleged In said sworn bill of complaint a A.Deputy"nl"ht.S.215t.0.l0 Clerk.
that all unknown heir tn the
to or
Florida. towitsFact J. I, '
reflected their dancing lights. Thoughit named heirs whose residence 1* alleged un
half nortfiwwt of south Sitllritor
of quarter "
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX ; l j
was still early it almost dark and northwest nuarter of north known that there la no person In the Stat orFlorid.
was eaiit quarter
DEal: ) UNPKH HECT10V BTB OF
.. tho service of subpoena, wh.mwould
prut quarter of nuthearit quafler, mij east a upon
outside. THE GENERAL SfATIlTESNotlc
bind the said defendant and that It
half of Honthwmt, of northrimt
quarter quarter
Because gray days come so seldomin of .otithect quarter. Section Tw.n'Fon.21 ,Is lt.ltevc>d by the tomplalnant that the named I* hereby alven that J. C R.bln..n.ru..h..r virtue Notice of ,
In.
(ntttrrstod the
dpfendnnt In
( South half of nort1iw), quarter of are property No. 125. ,iste'lths .
: of Ta Certlflcat
Florida love the .In." ,
we occasional
one \ol\ed In this suit and complainant alleges l! ,
outhwrt quarter north we*I quarter ofnorthwest A. 1924. baa tiledsaid
Sod day of July. D.
A n
when the sun ceases to shine and I've quarter of iouthwf.it quarier. andouthwfat I thnt he (doe not know and by diligent( *.arch certificate In my office ani 1 has mad I, of the ( .
always adored the rain.I quarter of iouthwc.it quarter.: Sm.tlc.n and Inquiry has no* been able to ascertain.1.wh.th.r application for tax deed to Issue In accorisno.with roimty. ,
of the defendant whose residencein
any .
T."tF.two221 ; tho nnrtheait quarterof law. Snul certificate embrar the follow In Rll.l.a
touched a match to tho candlesin northwvnt q".rlor.t northwest allfved. RJ unknown la dead or *1lvt. and lift dfsarllHMl situated In Brad
Section Tw.nt".v.n( all In qunrter'l ,it I In, alleged by the cotnplitlnnnt In his sworn ?nr.l ? ,rJp.to-wit; son and I
the old brass chandelabra that : County. i ila t ;
my ( bill of complaint that h* Hevca there are ft. S of Southeast Cor. of J. 0.Rublnoon' .
flve (5) South fiance Twenty-two Com. 11 r.n.ti.nt. I. !
mother had prized. of the TiltahaMo Meridian containing llsores .....on. IntermUl In the said property Inolved lot and run W,'st papalli 1 with /
more or le.. I \ In thU suit whos nan,_ .nd see or laid lot 70 ft. S. 108 ft. K. loa ft. N. U ft. W. I wi .
Seating myself at the piano, I n. A. CREEN. aii.*. and whose ..rcnldcnc are unknown to AS ft.. N Oft. to beg In Northwest quarter off Court ,. 1
'
played page after page of Chopin. Special Mailer In Chancery. complainant; and In aaid h'll' relief I I. prayed qtiarter In Htarke, Sec. Itt. Township Florida. .a't.
against such known and unknown :.thd'J.: : F.
perSons.
Then I that E M. JOHNS. Range 22 t.Tha A, D lo.a'I' .
Curtiss
sang-a song had Solloltnr fop Complainant. 87Ht.B4.MASTRR'S ald land beIng ....... at the date of the "". .
loved best of all. Why couldn't I put THEREFORE!! It ts .I'd."" that ..1PO'\ the Issuance of each certificate In the name following ,
named In this order. If living. and If ;
SALE I eons of Unknown. Unlc said certificate shall be and
him '
from my mind ? Notice i I" hereby ,gltrn' that under and by d. ad. nil pomona claiming any Intrreat under. redeemed according! >tl law lax deed will Ismi I I I
.. 2tl
"Gray days are your gray eyes, \lrtu of thnt certain final decree of fore* the .Id named dufondants. aforesaid d th.*mn on the day of September A. wit .. .,
"
,
neared otherwise and that all
elmuro madennd entert-d on the 6th day of or : personswhom.oeser D. 1985.Wltiivus. ,
Gold '
days your hair, ,\uCuI't., A. D I'UV! by the Honorable A. 7.. 1 whns. name age and residence my official signature, nnd seal thIs hip'liI'llL1! : i l; ( ,; I
Come storm are alleged to be unknown to complainant and th 17th of Auguat. A. D. 19211.
or shine to me- Adklnn ono of the .Iud"o', nf the eighth Judicial day root .' ,
"All Circuit of Florida In and for adford I nil parsons whose name la alleged. known O. W. ALDERMAN I
days are fair, a baritone County. In Chnnrrrv. in that rrrtaln Ca".. whom* residence la beyond the State of 1'10. (Seal Clerk of the Circuit Court of Urad- ,
Joined in from behind.I therein pendlntr hetwefn the complainant. liln, thnt may b* or ... Interested la the ford County Klorl'la.By i. I. '
Bradford Co"nl1ank.. a corporation, and F. I.. ri'frtaftfr described' property. or any pnrttlnncof. C. A. Knlnht. '
turned around in amazement. It Suiter and Mary Sober hi. wife. the nndrrnlvned lyIng: and being. .In Starke. Bradford B-21-M-1-19 Deputy CI...". 1.11.1.
was Bob. Special Mn-tor In paid Ca.,.. appoint.ed "'.unty. florida denerlbod. as follow : -- -- ---- --- ;
and Four (4), and strip APPLICATION TO flRI.L MIN-
to execute .aid decree will on Monday the Lots Two 21 a NOTICE OF
"Mom Nellie at first wanted to Tth day of A. I> 1028. during the Forty feet oust and west by Ninety feet ORS INTEREST LANDS TO Tll '

throw me out in the rain; after the lejra! hours S''f; .i.b.'hr ;' before: the court north aol south beginning at aouthweatcornt ,
houae door In Ptarke. Bradford County Florida. r of block Fifteen (101 and run thenc NOTIPB! I* hereby given that the tin tier W"u.
...
persuasion of a decent coin, she told cell the following. described lande. ..lIu.t.I cast Forty ((40! fort thence north Ninety alirnsd. ns Guardian of th* person and property .
me I might find you here. I hope youdon't ed In Bradford Conn IT. Florida, to the hlgheetbidder fret thence West Forty (40)) feet thenc. to of Ida May Penny. minor bile at law of "Mn ILlrlet' .
I for cuh, to-wltt Thompson street thence Ninety feet South Ida May Penny Dfceaaed. and heir of bop '
mind, he apologized."Oh Th. Northweat quarter of Southeast quarter to starting; point' the fifteen ((15) feet northof grandfather Ely: Hicks: drc+aaed. late of fourteen 4

how glad I am to see you," I of the Snnthwent quarter nf Section 2B Town. the above Forty by Ninety feet "lot I ii reserved Bradford County P'iorl'ii. will' apply to the .th....d.BI.n..
A. flardlner. County Judge .
for Honorable George
.hlp S, South Range 22 Eait and containing alley purposes.nfl :
gave a welcome and motioned him 'tosit lea appear to th. said bill of complaint onor of Bradford County, FloHda.I at his effle, Tnfltarke
10 or *
beside me on the divan. Raid acre tale more to be made purtmant to and forth before the Seventh day of September A. riortda on the 26th day of $. ...... ... n.M. I..
satisfactIon of laid decree. with ..oote.R. D 11120. and In due count defln and aol up A. D 11J8 ., two o'clock p. m.. or aa soon
"I'm
P. A
sorry Mom Nellie was so whatever claim or Interest which ,you and each thereafter .. can b* heard for authority' to
A. GREKNSpecial
cross, but as a rule when I come here Ma.ter. of you may have to th* above deacrtbed prop sell at private sal. for the .beat price which K.E.: M.J.
therefor, all the right title
bill will b taken Boafsa can bo obtained
I."", or the said aa *
she knows I hate to be disturbed. You E. M. JOHNS ed against you.Ii and Interest of th* .*Id minor In and to tb.follow' J. D.

know that doesn't mean you, though, Solicitor for Complainant! 8.1.1It.0.4MASTKR'S i .is further one* a ordered weak for that eight thla consecutive order bepuhll.h.d County'".' deerlbed....wIt' I land. situated In Bradford John O. W.

don't you Bob How long have you nolle la given SAI.1iU.reb that under and by wet.k. In the Bradford County Telegraph a A on..l8nlh undivided Interest In the Wt I. J P. ,I
been half of th. Southeast quarter and th* Rest
here ? weekly of .general circulation Pub.lished *
nawtpaper
virtue of that certain final decree of fO'"- half of the Routhwesft quarter of Section J. I.
"Oh for closure made and entered on the Bth. day of In Stark.. Bradford county Fiorids.WITNESS .1. I
quite a while. I was en- the Honorahl Ju.ta of Thlry-une. Township Seven South, Rang
AuvOet. A. D. 102*. b. the Honorable A. 7.. Twenty; .two East.: Keept a strIp of land: on T W.
tranced with the said circuit court and the official. seal t of
music I stood Circuit
your BO Adklni. JuJire of the Eighth Judicial the North aide of th* Northwest quarter of I.. II.
inside of In and for Bradford County. In the Clerk of this court a* well a* his alna. J. C.
Florida.
and .
Northeast
was especially impressed the Southeast quarter and the quarter
.. this th 9th day of July A. D 1828O. .
with I Chancery, In that certain eaue therein pand.between 'u. 'it ( h. Southwest quarter of about' three L. A.
ALDERMAN.!:
your interpretation of Chopin. the Complainant. The Federal W. C. W.
ing Bradford ..... also one half .*.. In the Northwestorner
A sort of wistfulness in your touch Land Bank of Columbia. a enmorattnn. and (S..ICI.rlt Circuit Court. f th* Northeast quarter of the South Finn;,
.
,canat the defendant Jeff H. Dowllng. AUta County Florida.By In Section Thirty-one. Township .- ..
wt quarter ,
made of that last wait a delicate : !}owlln... J. A. Howe Effle 110...... Th. C. A. KNIGHT. Seven ..South Range Twenty-two Past.: *on.

Piece of lace. Your voice too, Sallie, Florida Pin. National Company Farm a corporation Loan A'eoclatlon.and \ S CREW9.llritor Deputy Clrrh. taming ODe hundred fifty-*!* and on half '
t the Lawtey ,
.
e re '
I had no idea you sang so well. It'st a corporation the unilcr-lnnccl !upend, VanterIn ".. fnr complainant._110.91.0.4MASTER'S acres less.ROSA 7.. NORWOOD TO' Tll

really lovely since -. laid cans, appointed to execute aald decrei' Guardian of Ida May I'ennr. : '
t\ YOU"Go .. will. on Monday th* 7th day of Sep SALE Dated ,\-,...., 7th. 1921 5.14.51.5.15ORDER 1 We. .
on, you mean since I 1 let cigarettes tember. A. D. 1B2K during the lvel honra of ..
I and coktails pal!,> thereon before the courthouse door In Notice la hereby given that under and by an .'. t I 1
alone.
I Stark Bradford County. Florida aell the vIrtue of that certain final d....... of forecloe FOR PUOLICATION .Ililrlct I .
I 'Well, yes, but not only your voice following dnerlbed lanih lying' and 'being :In ur<* mad and remlered on July 27th. A. D.. school dl
I has aid: radford County: Florida; to the hlghheet: : 1025. by Honorable A. Z. Adklns. Judge of the Ntilk. la hereby liven that on the 19th. termine'
improved but the tout ensemble and beet bidder for caih. towltlIxit Circuit Court. 'In and for Bradford County dar r "plitnW.. 1II.. lOlt. I. the under. avelnut
I | i
I is perfect, my dear. Everyone says I ** 84. ft. 5.,. and lit In Section Florida. In that certain cause wherein. the aiyu'i;:l uuardlan nf Ruby Clovenettle: Resale
'. I look and Ix>ta 8. 11 and North half of lot T..n'.1 Bradford County Rsnk. a corporation I I. ompainant CloMT' "Ie! and llerhert Cluveneltle. will apply C I .
you more beautiful than ever !H-ttlon Twenty-nine all In Townahlp and Paul Valett* and Marth alette In the Honorable George A. Oardfner H. H.
before." Range 22 Fait ai ihnwn. on map of laid hi* wlfo. are dvfendanta. th* undersIgned a. County 'lu"l"e of llradford, rOUDI Florid., W. M.
Section Townihlpi and Ranee ai of recordIn SpecIal' Mauler, will offer for sale and will for MM rder to sell at private lale I the foltowivr W.
"Now
| Bob, I laughed, "you dfdn'tKcome the offiCe of Clerk of Circuit Court of I sell|| for cash to the highest and bt bidder.In :leeerlbetl' land, fn Bradford County, .1. I..

here to tell! me that. Out withIt. aid County and' In Book 1, rag* I of front of the Court House door 'In Stark. KlnrM'i' to-wlt O. W.
What's map. and Plata : SI'3': lands I containing 01acre Pra lfrrd Bounty, Florida on Monday the TIlt, Th. ". uthweat quarter of Northwest quarter ..
going on under that bald *, more or 1 leis, Including one-half of all\ ilny of !Bi'>tmher. A. D. 1928. durIng the On "e n' Bold to II. R.' Moorer : also the I
spot of yours ?" abutting etreeta. or roadway ...hleh.... by If iat :*, for the purpose of satisfy I lest) F..n acres sold to teas Mannlnv and I I
agreement of the partl. thereto to be forever I log :tuln.I.r.. .. the followlns d **rlbedrral Bouth.n. .t qtiarter of NnHhweet quarter all
K "You're to psychic, young woman, public travel. ..I.... lying. and bolne In Bradford of 3*,.' ''
and because you are unmaldenly in k'r.r.r.I to be mad punuant to and, for county. Florida _will: South lance Twenty-two. ((22) E..'. .
the of latlifying the .nld! ,decre with Twvnty.flvs) (25). Forty ((40) Forty Thin the Iftth dar of Auvuet. A. D. Kit. w. .
Purpose
your impatience, I'll punish you by "*t". I onor41( ). and: Forty-two (42)) In Woodlawn, HfTTY CLOVERSETTLE rebel ,
,having you ring for some tea." A. 8. TRKW3: all In SectIon Thlr T-on. (81) Township Five Guardian for Rub". Iteiil and !,> >
H"w Special Mailer In ChanceryD. V 'tuptt of me, of course I will. 'E. KNIGHT The above I I. seordlna' to plat' of said *- '. t
..
You old dear! You shall also have Solicitor. for Complainant -*- tlon Township and Ranv. recorded In the : OF GUARDIAN .ALrhirty amount
ptsbllo records. of Bradford county Florida.. ."" ,
cinnamon toast to add inches to pour ORDER FOR PUBLICATION and containing Forty (40)) acre more *r day after date hereof I the nnderll "'
waistline there d cnaHlan for Bay William- Minor heir S. K. '
so !I"
In Circuit" Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit. D. I!:. KNIGHT tf.n Aretha i Wllllanu., eea.e I gave Mom Nellie the order and she Bradford County, State of Florida In Chan.e.ry. ffpeetal"' Master In Chancery the H nnraht r..... A. r..dln..L.County Judge T D
Bfhuffled A. S. CREWS In and for Bradford County, Florida. for an C: H
away. : Federal Land Bank of Columbia.a Solicitor' for Complainant 8-7 8t-0-4 order to sell at prime tale all that aertaln H I.
Br It was great to see Bob again. I had Tb. corporation Complainant Interest belnnvlna to said minor In and to the I. 1. .

Riot had a long chat with him slnci the a. MASTERS SALE foUowlna' dcerihe4,. land to-wtt : .
if.1. Thomaa. Emma Thom..... Jerry Bmlth.GflII. outhraet qtiarter of Northweat tuanteeNortheast H. L
Ight he gave me the Idea of getting Smith. and Lawtey" National Farm Nntlcer t* hereby gIven that under. and "* quarter of Southweet o..t. Ea.t C.
a Job. Loaa AMoelatton. a corporation, Defend- virtue of that certain Final Decree of fore* half ef the N *. f. a.
Vtosure ",..d. and rendered. on Jane II..... A* wee qnirter. .tho.f" ..
"How's :MarJT haven't seen her *"ll;:-appearing by affidavit appended to tn. D. U 38. fey Honorable A. Z. Adltl_. I..... .1 quarter of th* h..IT ." .

Kfor a perfect bill filed In the abovMtated ..'... that Jerry I the rirenlt C....... I. and for Bradford aoasvty. half of th* the Sh
age. Smith and Genie Smith. h a wit.. two of the FloHda.' 'in that eertala eao *> wherein the ..t quarter, all In Soot" 83, .
B> "She dropped me here on her way defendant therein named are resIdents, of Bradford County Bank a corpora Hon. I* *ow>- South Kane it lnln. 144' aare Thirty
them.elvea J. T. Scott and J. H. H.... le said lantla and being laBm
to the Tennis Tournament. She the State of Florida but ar concealing I plamant and are more or uses ao that proeeM eannot be carved upon "., th:* ne..1lr" Special 1 Matr, |the> home as a sort of filling station, them and that each of them are over the ace : -'Wn: otfrr for 7e and **ll' for saab t. ti day of August 142*. flue
that wif. : It la therefore ordered the hlvSeat and beet bidder In front *f the A. M. WILIAM4 .no, .
-of year
of twentr-one
| mine. Three times a that laid resident defeadanui be and they ar. Tour* fJ...... door In IIta"..' Seafood ooi. Guardian for Ray William, Vllnor A.

fjJay she blesses it with the beauty of hereby required to appear to Ola bill of eom- I Plorifta. on Monday the JIM day .f Aavnt ..2.."...._ I,.
Rher smile" filed In said cause on or before the A. D. IMS durIng the lal honr of sal' ---- --- a '
?t"day of Sept"'nb. .r. A. D. It2l. otherwise. for the tI"....... of satisfying. said Final De NOTICE or GUARDIAN SALE -
IT "But how you adore her I Sometimes allinatUne. of laid bill will .be Ukea a* ..... th* following described real estate .. folo..ID.
the
I wish eunfomed by said defendant and .being i In Bntd/ord ...nt,.. Florida .10.1 Thirty d.r* after dale .hereof on to-wlt: l..dt..rd
I had married you my- It I. further ordered that thin order be pub. I The North half of the r...t half ef the tlth day of September A. D. \VU. I the

self, Bob You're such a dependablesoul. llahed, one a week for four consecutive week. Southeast quarts of Section Thlrty-fovr ft4 I underlined a* vuardlan for Mel John .nd .
." In the Bradford County Telegraph a n.w.- Township Sic ill. South Ran** Twenty4wt2 : FIrma John*, minor .nd H.r Red- _th..
ptiblbhed (In said County and But I EM!: *. expt therefrom. flv* acres In the dish House Reddxh. Heatey w" Ada Raven
R "Funny you didn't think of that be- p.1w ThIs Ao....t ..h. m. form of a sonar In the Sovtheawt eerSa>r ef John deeeaaed. will apply to t Honorable In all !
Bfore. W. ALDEIUIAN I th* abev .iMertbed rep ry.' Containing. r A. Hardlner. Coa aty Jud* Bradford Tb'
with me proposing to you every Clerk Circuit CotirtBy acres snore ar Is**. I CDt. F. Cor an order to sell at "re I
l tek-end and you Just as regularly C. A. KNIGHT D. K. mrmoirr' certain interest .< laid n.
turnIng Deputy Clerk.Solicitor Special Haatsv I. Chancery and to ties follewlnz _.Ih laad t
rue down. Anyway I wastwn H. KNIGHT A- S. CREWS witi

lucky to get MrJ. and I'll al- ft for Complainant TSt4 loltaitor for Cempalaaot ..T...... I Southeast qaarur .Northwest ...., .. .-..













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BRADFORD COUNTY TELB GRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER: 4, 1923

PAGE EIGHT ---- .

,- Griffin of Pompano. FOB OVER
the world. I

8DjIOrct! u IL!Telegraph! Yet will in find almost people every who can communityyou sue noth- Jacksonville H. A. Delk last, who Sunday Misses returned, where Lois from and he ,I

food in their surroundings. placed his children zoO TEARS FERTILIZER
: Published weekly and entered as ing cannot recognize the fact Carolyn In school, left on Monday for .1 ....!\ .
'. I They Sarasota, where he has accepted a
second class matter, at the post that, though they may be humble, position with the Seaboard. haariem: oilfca3 been > a world-.

office at Starke, Florida. yet it I is home; that it has mothered I has added larger wide remedy for kidney,liver and
G. W. GiUet, a
__ for .
cared
,._ _-_ =0--" them and fed them and
Main rheumatism
=-" "- = ______________.__Own.r.J. them in sickness and In health, and tank to his filling station on bladder disorders
B. 8. MATTHEWS-- Editor. has furnished them with lends who I I St., reported his garage and installed lumbago and uric acid conditions: Get my prices before placing your
KOUINBONMmi is not onlya
which
C. .. have been steadiest and true. I II l I acetylene great accommodation lights, to the hundreds order for Fertilizer. It pay
may
and '
magnify Its imperfections 60LD AI .
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYSUBSCRIPTION They of travellers who penetrate our .

---- RATE I spread They clouds often make wherever life miserable they go. foe 'shady improvement streets, as daily well, but as is a quite conven-an l.Qt1 ..: You, especially in Car Lots.

others and Invariably make it a re- ience.

Per Year ___________________ $1.110 I I pronch to themselves. The city council met lust Monday correct Internal troubles,stimulate vital

Six Months _________________.. 7Bc But there is a brighter side to thin night for the purpose of nominatingcity organ Three sizes All druggists.GOLD MaDALothe Insist GOOD STOCK USUALLYON
the original genuine
story. on "
of Hampton.
officers for the city

I The abuse these their short-sighted place of abode people The following officers were nominated Christian church. Willie Is a HAND FOR QUICK
heap upon
i : Mayor, J. F. Mouser and M. L. energetic, ambitious -
generally falls upon unsympathetic Lake Butler boy, an
I Waterson Marshal, J. K. Johnson; be
; boy and for ;years craved to
oars. and Treasurer, Dr. R. M. Faver; DELIVERYCan
\ Clerk to study for the ministry.
know in college
friends
The neighbors and Johns L. J. \
who Alderman S. B. Price B. His former dream has just been realized -
I them as they are; as people Wynn, A. M. Williams J. H. Saxon to
is on the way
he now
as
valuable citizens,
1 r I I might have been but H. B. Peoples. college to himself for hisheart's furnish Formula
I apahn. of constructive work, prepare any
will take I
Tho election of officers
I have been warped desire.
I H whose ni "<.LInKIT(ihipoHitions days, possibly through; no place at the city hall Sept. Oth.. I Mr. E. L. Pope, real estate dealer
J. V. Jones I is having his dry goods-I
___, particular fault of their own. store Main' street repaired. The Is a visitor to our city.
l No. 4934 'I Their criticisms are listened too,,: work on is under the able management G. C. Driggers, tax colector of Un-
lIIibwaJ'' natured patience, but arc. ion county is erecting a residence on
(Membership in National with good of K. B. Waterson. A M0 DARBYGET
Association) .l( fomoten about as soon as uttered. \ Miss Maud Mitchell, who has been his lot at the corner of Lake and
--------1 The view of tho chronic !kicker: and I spending summer months in Starke Church streets. .
1 AM TilE fault-finder has 1-3SS weight thanthose I where she attended the teachers Mrs. Wesley Beech, of Davenport,

of any other adult element of I training class, arrived hero last Mon is visiting relatives and friends here
I was burn in the shoat. fureats far 1 the human race. day in order to be in readiness when this week.
the ports of men. I have watched kicking his Mrs. John B. Crews, Rev. -- .
from When he thinks he is school opens, Sept. 7th: Miss Mitchell Mr. and '- --
the Redman hunt his (fame by day town he generally finds that he is I. has accepted a position as first as- Doc Crews, L. O. Rivers, W. T. Min-
and great animals fight to death by]t kicking himself instead. DeLand sistant. She did some fine work In shew, Elmer Spires, David Richard

the aurora's pale glare! Sun. our school last year, and we are very and John Scaff were among the ones i
The "woodsman's! axe, an icy stream -0'CHEAI.ER glad to have her return. that attended the Fifth Sunday Con- YOURMONEYTROMPTLYIN
merciless shrieking of wheels and GASOLINE Miss Gertrude: Allgood Entertains at vention of the Disciples of Christ at
knives, terrlfflc heat and pressures, the Home of Mrs.! K. B. WatersonOn Falmouth, Fla. MAN &. RITCH
and I am a great white ribbon, spun Gasoline at 10 cents a gallon la the evening of the 29th of August H. L. Fowler is erecting a brick I REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
into a roll, only to be drawn out promised automobilists by the Bra- Miss Gertrude Allgood assisted' building on Lake street, where he ,I INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE
again through the battering, thunderIng denton Gasoline Consumers Associa by Mrs. K. B. Watterson entertained expects to have an up to date undertakers !' ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, ;
.
jaws of a printing press. tion. This is eight cents less than the I friends. in honor of Miss Allgoocl's establishment.C. I BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
But in the hands of all men I am present price fixed by private companies 15th birthday. F. Rivers of the Rivers Plow Co.,
now an Inspiration, a clairvoyant, a in that city. The parlor was artistically decorated has just returned from South Florida I MADE PROMPTLY II

historian. My sides are covered with The lague is building its own filling with cut flowers and ferns. Sev- with a great many orders for his ---

magic, symbols of a gigantic signifi station and has received 20,000 eral interesting games were enjoyed.A l. plows. I ;

cance. gallons of gasoline as a starter It very Interesting& and amusing con- Quite a number of visitors can be .-
I am the voice of the nation; the announces Its readiness to meet anyI test was carried out, in which Miss I seen on the streets of Lake Butler. I--, -
k light of the world. When I go forthI !I prlce-cuting war the companies are Annie May Pearce won a beautiful Many of them coming for the purposeof I1
bear the decress of the greatest likely to try. The association has)' and delicious box of candy. At the Investing in property.C. 1- .
brains and threats of the strongest the general approval of tho motorists, conclusion they were ushered in to II. Draggers and family have
y 'I .mob forces of my time who are shedding tears of sympathy the large dining room where the moved to the residence just bought J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
.t I tell my story; a king topples from for the oil companies. dining table was draped in white by him from P. M. Padgett.
his throne, and millions of soldiers South Dakota has a State Gasoline and centered with a beautiful vase of Mayor N. E. Roberts and H. E.
march gallantly to an unknown death. Bennett have returned form a business -
Commission which is spending public cut ferns and white flowers. Cocoanut INSURANCEAGENCY
I Bins their requiem and it is known to retail gasoline at 22 cents, cake, ambrosia and Ice tea was served. trip to South Florida.N. .
in the furthermost corners of the and money one of the big oil companies thereis Miss Allgood received many beauti- L. Varnes, of Daytona, is at .
; earth, and in the deepest seas. ful useful which home visiting his family. 1886
trying to stop it by court action, sod presents, among ESTABLISHED
I I weave dreamer's thoughts, spans on the ground that it is "unjudiclous" was k lovely white silk scarf, presented William Dekle, of Fro tproof, is I'
r of steel over great torrents, and build his in Lake Butler.
expenditure of state funds. Most peo- by Master Herbert Durden. visiting parents
*i plres of stone to shelter men's served goodsI ple who use gasoline, however, thinkit Those present were: Blanch and STARKE
speak, and continents are than Gertrudo Allgood, Herbert and Hilda
i Is much more judicious paying FLA.'J
and l world are cemented.I Durden Annie Wheeler Annie The Quinine That Doe. Not Affect The Head
high prices to private companies. May ,
tell my tales of the prince and Because of Its tonln and 'laiitlv effect. LAXATIVE .
anthems of the The oil companies charge higherprices May Pearce, Ruth Williams and BROMO QUININE( (Tablets) can be taker,
; the My aro
pnuprr. Kathryn Wcest. by without eau.tn4nrrvuuneeeor rlotllnila I
distance anyone
I in cities at great
free and the brave; and I chant the a tho ""ad. W.GKUVL: :S aUoatureon trot ale. ,
I from the oil fields, naturally, on account Mr. Verdi Walls, of Pompano, but __
song of tho wage slave in dusty noon; of freight charges. Those rates 1 I formerly of our town, was a visitor i _- .. u -.
or I bring comfort to tired eyes ant' I also run higher In Inland cities on account ''here this week. He has a host offriends |
l jaded! minds by feverish midnight. of the added cost of rail transportation -I here, who are always glad 01 ao-= -.00-- -OCIO oao)=O- -0 0- riser-oao
I nm feared by all men, yet wooed over steamships. Tampa to see him. 0 o
and courted like a fickle muse. .
Miss Ada Nimm, attended the un0
is fortunate in being both a seaport a
Where men have gathered together I ion of the New River Association I }
and not far from the oil fields When { 1
last has
I nm. And until the man gone
which convened with Corinth church ,
Bradenton geta the deep water channel i BY
STORY
home to the Great Beyond, I shall -
it Is working far, tank steamerscan I' last Sunday. I I JEANIE MACPHEflSON
booI deliver petroleum.products there Miss Jeanette Durden, of Tampa, ;
I nm the paprus of time. I is the guest of her uncle, A. A. Dur- seines rusaa
direct.
I am the ne\Vspaper.-Ex. Such advantanges make lower 'den this week. J.... .. ..$., 0

--o- prices possible, but they do not pre- Mrs. R. L. Dirt and daughter, Evelyn 00 0
THE PRESS vent the oil companies from continu- are the guests of Mrs. Birt's sis oSpring. 0

ing to charge a higher: margin. profit ter, Mrs. Morgan Prevatt, of High
The newspaper of your own home than Is necessary or just. Peoplein .. '*

{ town deserves the hearty cooperationand all parts of the country are arous- PINE CASTLE Cecil B.De Mi lie's
support of every Individual and ed Into combatting profiteering.

Institution in the town, not only in Tampa Tribune. Mr. and Mrs. E L. Youngblood, -
the mater of advertising! In its pages Cinemasterpiece a
-0- and little son, spent Wednesday herewith 0
4 but In the matter of furnishing the HAMPTON: relatives. o

editor with news items. What would W. H. Hall, of Hampton, was the ?0
1 your town be without the newspaper T Hampton, :Sept.:! 4.-Rev. J. Mul- guest of his brother, A: C. Hall Sun
How[ far would your community drives lady, of Jacksonville, and daughters, I 11

I BO, how successful would be your Misses Burjl, and Leona sister, Mrs. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Button and family
; charitable and relief movements and Chase, ail of Jacksonville, were visitors l- who made their home here for the i
the hundred other movements necessary week.
this
:, here i past few months left Thursday for o
for home, comfort, community, Mrs. Morgan Prevatt, of High Starke where they will make their fuS I pr
happlqeas and business success with- Springs, has recently been the guest
.U
? ture home. Their friends wish ?
out tho press giving, free of cost, Its of her sister Sits. R. L. Dirt. them much success many in their new home. I O r
valuable 'space? When you want any- J. L. Curtis; attorney at law, Dr.
Mr. and Mrs E. J. Ambrose, of COMMAN
thing done or an Announcement made O. W. Clayton, of,Fort Payne, Ala- '
Waldo, were the guests of Mr, and
+ that concerns yourself or your bama, are business visitors here this I Mrs. E. J. Dowling Saturday after- I'I'I I
taking, you go to the local week. !
reads and corrects the material Mrs. I. J. Priest, was a business noon.Mr. ,
undl'r-l and Mrs. A. O. Hall, of Waldo, I I
desire He to I 0
published.
pays visitors to Starke last Monday. spent :Sunday here with his parents
set up, to correct it, to put W. T. Saxon and family of Deer- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall. I 0 Ag
form for printing, and field, who have been the guest of I G. W. Sheffield and Clyde and 8 -
buys the paper and the ink and relatives and friends here have returned Wilbert Hall were business visitors ;

makes other disbursements such as to their home. to Waldo Saturday evening. I '
rent, insurance, taxes, etc., incidentalto \Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, \Mrs. J. M. Max- Messrs. Verde Wall and Shortie -

his business; all of this he gives, well and daughter, Miss Reba, Mr. Waldron, of Pompano, spent a few
absolutely free to you. and Mrs. R. M. Faver, A. A. Durden, days here last week with Mr. Wall's I
Now, may I ask you, what have you H. H. Hall J. II. Saxon and Herbert' cousins, Mr. and Sire E. J. Dowling.J. 0

done to repay this obligation to your Priest have recently been business Eddy and son, Harry, of Waldo, 0 ,
local friend the ? It = '
newspaper cert visitors to Starke. I
were business! visitors in our section UFriday
tainly is an obligation that should be W. P. Dirt and family of Louise, morning. O '
met. There is not a city anywhere were the guests of Misses Mary and Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Joahns of Waldo ;
,
," that is so large and none so small Ada Nimmo last Sunday. t
were the guests of friends here Sun- .
that does not feel the beneficent influence Mrs. Laura Rowe, of Maclenny?laspending day afternoon. i{ ; (1
J I of the personal touch sot the this week with her father, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling and
r, local press. It is also the reflector of H. H. Hall. 0a
family were visitors to Starke one ,.. e
the community's activities and pros- J. R. Colley, of South Florida, U day last week. a D
perity. If your local paper looks pros visiting here this week. Misses Clenunie and Lucille Hall p I
perous, with plenty of news and advertisements H. H. Hall has had as his guests and Verda Wall and Shortie Waldonof '
and Is a paying prop- this week his daughter, Mrs. Johnson Pompano attended the theatre in .. )
osition, it Immediately creates Unconsciously I and grand-daughter, Miss Willie May Starke one night last week. 0
rgiluhh
in the mind of the reader
I I both of Lake Butler Jack Padgett of Graham, was a
\ a favorable impression of your city Miss Eva Williams has accepted a visitor here Tuesday.
or community and a desire to look position as primary teacher in the aI
,
'. it over. A poorly published paper with Waldo school, which opened last Monday LAKE BUTLER e dI
scant news and advertisements Is a I I o
detriment to your community and J. V. Jones and family and mother, Lake Butler Sept. ".-Mr. and Mrs. / VII' iti J1 i& 'fsI
creates a reverse mental attitude. Mrs. Hester Jones attended the Santa Sidney D. Padgett left Lake Butler ;/ "r
Give your local press and ;your Cham- Fe Association, at Island Grove last Wednesday for Dade City. He will re- I tta/
ber of Commerce your unqualified active Sunday. They report a pleasant trip. sume his duties a. Prlclpal Pasco I
and financial support; by doing Pi J. Pearce one of the leading County High\ School for term 1923-26.
.4 .0 you are helping them to help you. barbers at Hollywood retained to his He was principal of that school the c J 0
-U. S, Magazine* work there after a visit with his last part of 192425. He was former I] D
c.,. -0i family. principal of Union County High.
\ I DONT KNOCK YOUR TOWN I :Mts.: S. M. Simmons, of Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Callahan, of c
was the guest of her parents, Mr. Eatsport spent last week with Rev.
\, and! Mrs. P. B. Hunt last Saturday. and Mrs. F. W. Cramer at Lake But-
:>t There is no better evidence of a
i commendate community spirit than E. II Jones and wife, and Mr. ler.W.. T. MInshew left here Tuesday FRL & SAT. SEPT. 1.142 ADMISSION 50-75c jj
in which Brown of Tampa were the guests of .
that of loyalty to a town .
r.
i'i' I lives. Misses Mary and Ada. Nimmo last morning for Wilson N. C., where he ,I STARKE FLORIDA
THEATRE
a person GAIETY D
will enter the Atlantic Christian College
Saturday and Sunday.P. I a ,
If a town is worth living In, It Is l a
where he will remain until he
Griffin is spending this week -
and in its E. )
worth defending supporting IOEXOI IOC3OX -0 Oao.oaot= -OCiOOEI[
graduates and Feconve minister of jraoi
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. a.
efforts to advance with the rest of I Ic. I,with his parents, -




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