Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 16, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Established 187S Subscription-Per Year. $1.50; Six Months, 75c.-Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews Owner.

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I Bond Advocates: Carry Election by Congressman Green and Dr. Croolte. '

BOARD FORMED THURSDAY:I Vote of One Two To Spoke on Progress Amendment of Eighteenth: IN 5 YEARS SHOW BIG INCREASEWAR

I Lawtey's bond election called for Congressman 7A. Green spoke '
DEPARTMENT\ / OFFERS But Slate Acreage Falls Away Sine
Will Affiliate With State and National UNION COUNTY VOTES FOR last Friday to vote or. the question! of Sunday night to a large congregation WAR RELICS TO TOWN: Census of 1920 Industry thriving

Orlr.nbatlonTftt Mem. > BONDS TEXT TUESDAY, issuing bonds in the sum of $20,000: to composed of the combined memberships I In Every Respect

build electric lines in that thriving I of the Starke churches, it beinga The City Council of the city ofl -

be,. Secured at Initial MeetingThe > Your Ch.mbe77Commerce to bo town, and for a high tension line law-enforcement: union service, held Starke, Florida met October 0, 1025: I A statement ;of; the farm census for

worthy the name must be in the front' from Starke to supply the current, at the First Baptist church. in regular .e-,|lon with the following the state of Florida, with comparative

Starke Real Estate Board was rank of any fight for progress.At I was carried by a majority of 2 to 11| He quoted statistics showing the members present; C. f. Hoover data for 1020, shows the total.

formed last Thursday night at the a meeting held Friday last at' Lawtey will thereby secure 24-hour great progress being made towards Chairman, L. A. Davis Jr., DeWitt number of farms to be 68,217 in 1925is

office of C. L. Peek and Son, with J. the courthouse In Lake Butler it was,', service at minimum expenditure for enforcement! of the. Eighteenth C. Jones, J. W. White. against a total of 84.005 in 1030.I .

I.. Peek president, G. M. Inman sec- ''decided that a statement should be the equipment; will be no labor and amendment, and said, "Prohibition is Minutes of the last meeting were I The number of farm. operated by

retsry, M. G. Lanffford, treasurer. prepared for the papers setting forth I,I plant upkeep to maintain. Meson R. here to stay-you may just as well read and approved. I white farmers In 1928 was 17,205;

C I* Peek was elected an honorary the main facts and provisions of the''I' R. Thede W. E. Torode and G. A. believe that law. against arson, burg The tax assessment for 1025/ on'I number of negro farmer 72,012

number of the organisation.As : two bond issues now being discused in I I Anderson were elected trustees. lary, robbery or murd er will bo repealed I property of II. A. Bishop in Block white farmers in 1020, 41,061; negrofarmers

a committee on constitution and our county. E. M. Johns, attorney for the town, aa to believe that the liquor 5 1.2 original town ws reduced from 12,054. Owners of farms in

by-laws Messrs. G. M. Inman, M. G. i In the following statement No. 28 I is proceeding now toward validationof traffic will again be legalized in the $760 to $600. 1825, 45,608 managers 1,82 and ten.

Langford and J. I* Peek, were ap. 'I. the Palatka Short Route; No. 49 U the bonds, and after they have I United States of America; neither It I A letter was received from the Ad. ants 13,639.

pointed to draft the articles under the Caccleny to Newberry road; and I been advertised for 60 days will be congress going to pass a law Ugalig. jiitant General of Florida offeringwar 1 Farm acreage in Florida In 10US:

which the orarajjmation will work. No. 61 IB the road fnm Lake Butler sold and the work started as soon as Ing light wines and beers. The only I relics to the several towns pro. *was 6,840,220 as against a total itcre.

The Starke board will be affiliated No. '66 Is tae road from Lake Butlerto I possible thereafter. I laws it will 'pas* will be drier laws." vided the said towns would pay trans lags in 1020 of 6046691. Jed

wflth!\ the* Florida Association of Real Ellisville via Providence. I Congressman Green gave a summary porUtlon on same. The clerk was In. I' The average Acreage par farm in

E tate Boards as well asthe National No. 49 FUNERAL OF MR. LEE HOFFMAN of prohibition statutes In the 'j; structed to take the matter up further 1625. 100.3 against 112 acres ft 1920.
The old issue for
Real Estate Board. The organiza- provided i ;; I state of Florida, and traced the le. with the authorities. I Ij Total value of farms and building
'a total of 250000.00 or about $11,. Mr: Lee Hoffman who formerly re- .
tlon is similar to the boards organised gal development of it by congress,!j A motion was carried l that Mr. R. in 1025, 1480.321,268 as against a to.
la almost every section of the state 000 per mile and for No. 66 a total of idered here, died suddenly Monday 1 giving the amount of money now be.|I N. Dowling be notified to connect tat valuation In 1020( of $2$1,449,404.1

for the protection of legitimate realtors $150,000 or about 911,600 per mile. 'evening, October 12th., at his home, ins expended by the federal govern(j, building on Lafayette street with the ,: Land values alone In 1925, $417-

aa well as buyers of property. Except for a road out thru the upper 411 East First St., Jacksonville, Fla. ment and the result of same. :I sanitary sewer. I 2ir/>,172 as against: $223,424.740 in

Every Realtor, aa members of the organization part of Palestine district these were I Although in falling health for several I He admonished his hearers to cooperate I J. F. Houaer, representing thai I 1920. Value per acre of average farm

: are known, is subject to the only roads mentioned. The new years, Mr. Hoffman's death came, with the executive officersof Gulf Refining Co. asked the council in 1025; $80 as against $46.M In 1920.

roles and regulations: and must con. Issue will provide for No. 49 an additional ..' as a great shock to his family and the city, county state and nationin I for a permit to install a Gasoline I In 102K/ there were 80,1)38 homes

form to>> the standard of conduct aa $2,500 per mile and an additional friends, as he attended a ball game the enforcement of all laws and i, tank for Mr. J. W. Andrew Jr. The | and 43,09! mules In Florida as against

1;outlined by the national association. equal sum per milt for No. 56. Monday afternoon and returned home in this manner protect the vicious I I permit was refused on the grounds 138,570/ horses and 42,04(1( mules (In
: If passed this will be immediately I apparently as well aa usual. But at 1920.I .
, .;The word Realtor following the name and wicked against themselves. Ha that no more curb would bo
fof an Individual or a firm Is a pledge available for use on these roads. It, 5:30: he sustained a slight stroke of concluded by saying. "The world is allowed installed. pumps I I I Total number of cattle In 1025,

rand its by real estate provides a total of not more paralysis and that with dilation of, growing. better day and America I The 002,215 as against 038,981 in 1920.
every reports of the board of bond
fate $160.000 for No. 28 which is .bro the heart caused him breath hia .
to <'
" dealerj la .. of integrity and a is leading the world. trustees, city treasurer and tax col. '' in 1925 605,768 as again't
$12, mile. In addition it last at ten o'clock Monday evenln I 1020
I He 755,181! in Number
efficient service. that was followed by Dr. Crooke lector of young or.
'' I were received, accepted and ordered .
Few designations: of this character vides $2,500 per mile for a road The funeral service was held Wednesday -I I[ president of the Florida Anti-Saloon i iI filed. ango trees in 1926, 6,009,861 and 7,

. have met with more inatant popularity fron Connor Bridge thru Raiford to morning at eight o'clock ati!I,! League. Dr. Crooke commendel1 1 After the payment of bill. the old 306,672 of bearing ago. Lemon trees
Baker also like amount Moulton Father
Dt than Realtor. It seemed to fill a County; a and Kyle's chapel 'Starke' as the place where the Ftori.l I council adjourned sine die. young 6M,90\l\ ; of bearing age 84273.

, need for every local real estate board. per mile for a road from Scouthole Mehan conducting: the service. The I{Ida I Anti-Saloon League was orga Iz., New officers elect were sworn In'i' Grapefruit, younw.OIlO.IIOIII) of bear.
Bridge thru Lake Butler to Baker body was brought to Starke the
Today it is being used almost univer. on led, and praised Starke's people for! by Notary A. S. Crews tu follows:: ing age 2,071,019. The number of
County toward Olustee also eleven o'clock Crosby .
line a train Interned In '
aaly.by active members 'of boards ; I i tt launched Aldermen these trees has nearly trebled since
ego'e : C. F. Hoover Do
like mile for road from Cemetery by the side his wife Witt ;
both in the United States and in Can sum per a of II( Into a rapid discussion of the enforce I C. Jones 1010.I .
Worthington Springs to near Lulu, and daughter.The I
ada., ment of prohibition in Florda Clerk I
compared Treasurer
as and Tax Collect. I
connecting with the Lake City road, pall bearers were Messrs. J.
: The prestige which the term Realtor to other states and denied that orC.: A. Futch. SCHOOL HOARD PROCEEDINGS
making a route from Gainesville to F. Kickliter, Sr., J. M. Alvarez, W.,''
has obtained has tempted real ea. Lake City through our county. W. Bal den. T. P. Wall, M. Leviton,1s j]'Florida lax coweemore other Tax Assessor: C. A. Knight. I -
,tate dealers who are not or who could ( tea Ira room I Marshal: A. L. Alverei. Board mot in regular session Oct.
will No. and No. and M. L. Johns. DeWitt
Notice this give 49 i C. Jones
not be members of local real estate 56 about mile and dertaker. I|I I I for Improvement in enforcement and The new council was called to or. j: 5, with all members present, vies I L
$13,600 each
boards to use the term in connection per called upon all citizens to do their I der by Clerk Futch, and motion I' W. Klckliter, G, M/Inmun and J. A.
I'|I No. 38 about $12,8.00 per mile, and Lee Hoffman was born at Marion I I I I In the upon
with their business. When such In. part great fight. and second Mr. Hoover Waadm.
three additional graded roads tat Court House S. C. June 8 1861 and wan re-elect j
one ( ,
stances occur the National AsHocia. lie enumerated laws for prohtbLI ed chairman. I Minutes of last mooting road. and
each section of the Also ob. therefore
was sixty-four of
Lion, aa well aa the local board is ,,, county.. years 1 I I tion passed by the last Florida legislature Appointments were mado by the approved as road. ,
that this leaves a much smaller age at the time of his death. He
serve wall
vigilant in the protection of the word. and said he expected a bill Council as follows: Some of the patrons of New River

Where protest is unavailing, the be mileage cared in for the by rest the of Gasoline the sections to l of devoted cheerful to his disposition family and and was a genial man'''>!: providing for light wines and beers !Member of board of bond trustees,I school were granted the privilege of
courts are appealed to in order to ( to be introduced In the next congress E. S. Matthews. I transporting their children from their\
and the general road funds. which for him
manner won
sustain the of the National Asaociation. many Dr. Tucker, of i district funds.
rights iii pastor the Preeby.Lenten Health officer, W. E. Middleton.
With this information you ..hould'ea.ily warm friends. He wall happily mar I I
church, presided and the |' Widows were recommended, aa foL.
'' determine attitude toward bled to Miss Harriet DeMontmollenand meet City attorney, A. S Crews.
This organization Is seeking to enroll your log was proclaimed a great success. Fire chief W. L. Wall. lows for 'pensions:, Viola Mlkel l 13.00
the new bond issue. Remember what to this union six children were
the real estate men in section t For Sarah Rigon $a.oo, Lillie Smith $0,00
every city there ,
affect has been produced by a faith I i born, five of whom survive! him Through the W. T. Weeks chapter scavenger were twoapplll."ations.
of the It is not Fay Gill $14.00 Maggie Forsyth
county. necessary in your own judgment on this matter, namely: Mrs. W. T. Moore, Mrs. C. U. D. C. shower that of Aaron Minton
to hold residence in Starke to become a was arranged for and J. A. Morgan. No appointment'' $3.00: Nannle Holmes $9.00, U.ila
.j and think what shall Clark Miss Josle
a flat failure we Hoffman, Geo'I''I'E. Mrs. M. A. Baisden and family who
a member. The present mem. was made for the place final Bryant $((10011, Arrio Deus $.1.00, tfa-
be if you should fall to justify that and Louise Hoffman all of Jackson suffered a total lossthrough the
bership consists of the following: D. I action was deferred to October 20th. rah Carroll $0.00. Mabel O'Burst ,
faith. vllle. A coincidence occurred fire which
W. Alvarez, W. T. Fincher, C. F. as destroyed their home Sun- For night marshal there eleven $3.00, Isabel (rang.
the time Of were
Lets go over the top next Tuesday.The Mr. Hoffman's death, day afternoon.
Hoover F. C. G. M.
HolHngsworth, '
whole state expects it. Union which took place Just twentyfouryears applications as follows: POLICE SEARCH FOR ALLEGED
inman,' M. G. Lanprford, J. L. Peek, County must not go backward. to the day from the date of hi.wife' SPECIAL ELECTION FOR J. B- Sapp, W. S. Nobles, Carleton MURDERER OF NEGRO

M,, C. Stith, E. M. Thomas, W. E. Union County Chamber of Commerce death. I MAYOR AND ALDERMAN Roberts, J. H. Newson, Theo. Tison,!

Yarbrough.C. i Jesse Johnson, Pres. The following party came from H. Y. Brown, Fred Rhoden L. Bill Lynch Killed by Large Calibre

OF C. ELECTIONOF Jacksonville, toattend the funeral of Lawtey will hold. a special election KdwardH, Kelly Ashbrook, J. F. R'I( ristol) In Affray Saturday
NO NEW chael.
the deceased: next Tuesday for the election of a October 5th.

OFFICERS TONIGII "NO-FENCE" INJUNCTION Mr. and Mr'.. M. M. Georges, Mrs. mayor and one alderman to fill un. The Council began balloting on the -

A full attendance of members is J. R. Dalton, Mrs. A. V. Naughton, expired terms. B. L. Blanchard and above and on the first, second and !{ GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Authorities

anted at the regular meeting of the Gainesville Oct. 9. Efforts to enjoin Mise Elise Grivot, Mrs. C,' E, Clark, I W. M. Bryan are candidates for the third ballots II. Y| Brown and Kelly !are searching for Arthur Pelham, nerO >

the county'commilllionerll from Mrs W. T. Moore, Mrs. Catherine mayor's office, while W. H. Edwardswill Ashbrook received two votes e.ch.1 I I
[Bradford County Chamber of Com. who is alleged to have murder
calling the no-fence election during Davis, Miss Josie Hoffman I make the race for alderman. The council m.__. ri_"H.MMiw1___ thAt_..__ ._ "____._..*.**. .
George Kill
38 Melrose
[merce tonight (Friday) at the court- ., Lynch, negro, at
the first part of November failed to was impossible and the matter
and Louis Hoffman. was
|house. Among other business to come' about II o'clock Saturday night.
show any further developments when laid' over to the meeting of October
1 1 1
lap at this session will bethe election -' MAXWELL Lynch was shot through the headI
I of officers. Be present and select! County Attorney IS. |L. Scruggs accompanied ATTORNEY GENERAL CRITI- TRACTSJacksonville 20th.The I I with a pistol, said to have bean a 38,

I the best men to, be had to conduct the| by) W. ,S. Broom, appear. CISES OF REALTOR'S LAW Fla. Oct. 11 -A larje 20th. Council adjourned to October: and died 'instantly. The trouble U
ed before Judge Lone in Palatka and
[affairs of the organization for the block of land containing several thousand though to have been over Lynch'
asked for further time for tho county Dc Land, Fla.-The new real estate C. A. FUTCH.
[coming year. acres was purchased by T. J. wit Addle.
commissioners to file an answer to brokers law whch went into effect in Clerk.
I Knnbb, wealthy Invector of Mac Clai. Word of the shooting reached
RECEIVE BIDS the bill)) as presented by cattlemen Florida September 29 U badly constructed Icy from the Cummer Gainesville about 2:30 .
Lumber Com. INSTALLS II01IAKT : Sunday morn.Inll'
r 211jClay I and ethersend, served Mr. .
FOR BONDS OCT. on Scruggs and confusing, according to
last pany of Jacksonville, for tha sum of BATTERY CHARGERSteru'a Sheriff Charles I'mkoion and
County Trustees Will Hold The bill and the the belief of Attorney,General RivenH. U4,427..87 it wall announced this af .4. Juiige. U. S. filers went to tho scene
answer will be Buford
expresed in a communication .
-If Hearing Lake ternoon. Garage him installed the of the crime, and held an Inquest, J.
,:' Route on i'''day.argued Thos.before W.the Judge: : next Thun. to County Judge Peacock here. The property lies clone to Alaxvlll latest machine: for battery charging, A. Bails. is foreman of the jury, which
FiclJing and E. M.
I The attorney general expressed his and the southern boundary line of the Hobart. It is the most completeunit hud not come to a final verdict last
Trustees of Johns, of Stcrke, represent the plain. opinion regarding thel aw ss follows: for this work
special road and bridge tiffs. I Duval county near its western boundary that has been perfected night.
district number four of Clay County "It is my opinion that an indivl., of the county. and only six to eight hours Them were several witnesses call.

will open bids next Wednesday, Oct. 90 ACRE TRACT ON LAKE I dual holdng a real estate broker's li.' The Cummer Lumber Compnay has are required to completely rechargea ed, but two of them ward! appamtly

21st., for sale of the $316,000 bond Is- j, cense may sell real estate listed with used the lands for a number of yearn buttery. This eliminates the use of th only ones who saw the shooting.

sue voted for hard surfaced roads in I I| CITY-PALATKA HIGHWAY SOLD him without other license, but if he I for naval stores, cutting. lumber and rented batteries, and gives the car There heel been words between Lynch

that county. Of this issue about half )' ells for a firm of which he is a member in the sale to the Knabb Interests It I owner his own battery for use In the and 1'olhnm In Lynch's house before,

will be used on constructing that, week Among is the the sale realty by E.deals M. Thomas of this of have for other brokers then he should' is said plans are being made to JI!. shortest possible time. the shooting, it Is allgail. Later the
a license. The real
'part of the Starke.Sk Augustine road velop the property into small farm two are said to have gone outs'do'
traversing Clay county. I IVThe I a latka 90-acre tract of the Lake City.Pa. estate broker's law requires all salesmen and residence lota. TWO MINOR CHANGES IN where the shooting occured.It .
highway to A. D. Coburn.
.' trustee at this meeting will Thomas Mr. to have licenses. Section 12 requires The land lies close to the SeaboardAir STATE SCHOOL'S CODE is believed that Lynch will entera
owned this and
tract !it is located
let a regular meeting date for the each person, co-partnership association Line Railroad on the Baldwin plea of self defense If captured.
In the Lake
board, and it is understood that the section along thehighway. or corporation to procure and Lake Butler highway and la said Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 3.-Two minor Sheriff Plnkoson was confident last
hoard will hear complaints at a meet- of is a very desirable piece license as a broker and further requires to be some of the richest! rolling landin I changes in the state school code night that hew 111 soon have him In
being bordered
h\g to be set by them on the location by several that each Individual actively Florida. were announced by W. C. Cawthon, custody.
lakes and well located. It ia understood engaged In conducting the business state
the present lake route. The route of superintendent of public in.

''t4\s\ surveyed ie not on a section line,| the purchase price waa in ex.cess license to make sales to hold a license CLEAN.UP CAMPAIGNS struction following a board meeting
.'and a road located on the section line of $10,000. aa a salesman. BEGUN IN IIAINES CITY the first of the wee:U.

,!h esreet the' lake rune so close ,,to a Mr. Thomas is among the latest to "The whole bill is badly constructedand County boards of public) Instructionwho FOX EUSTISEustis..Announcement

number of houses that it does not "enter the realty field and he has confusing, but aa I never I saw, Haines City-Dirt and trash on the previously have been requiredto '

; meet with approval. The opinion of opened an office! upstairs over the it until after it! became a law I can streets of Haloes City will soon become assign teachers at the first meting l is made byrepresentative

r some of the property ,owners on the Strout Agency,|to handle the details only construe it as I find It.'" a negligible quantity, in the belief In June, working a hardship; It >was Okla. of a syndicate of Tul.

'Jake is that a route between the present ,,, necessary to the placingon. the marke of City Manager Jess P. Ferrill said on some teacher learning at sa, capitalists that plan are
of several CEMETERY being made for the erection of a
established .. choice pieces'of prop. NOTICE, who announced such a late date where
just as easily the today the city has they would .
$400,000 tourist hotel l Rant Crook.ed
erty, particularly that
of the "RainI on
' he established just aa easily aa the bow Lajida." All those that have an Intfreat In purchased: a new street sweeper from serve, may now assign their teachers lake near the of the
;toad now surveyed. I I the Dyal Cemetery are requested to the Haines City Motor Company.The at any time providing ail are country club) The hotel will be of

) The present route Is too far away BAISDEN HOME DE.STROTED. met there, Thursday, Oct. 22 !to help new equipment will be recelv. given stations by June 1, Arbor Day Spanish architecture and Is to contain

from the lake to meet with, universal to clean up and fence the ground. ed within a few day and will be was also chalked: from the first Friday ISO bathing and
rooms a
approval, and being located where It I I BY FLAMES I started to work Immediately, Fcrrtl after the first Monday In Janu. boat house,as well as an pavilion auto service

is dose not provide an outlet' to a |I The dwelling of Mrs. M. A. Bais- ARRESTED FORDRIVING said. any to the second Frday which It wa. station are also planned.
number of lot owners. It I I. their dew''' In connection with the installationof explained will allow more time after
den I WHILE This Is
the of
on western outskirts DRUNK one the most picturesqueand
ire to establish middle be. the city commission the Christmas holidays to
a route weeper the prepare
of beautiful
In Lake
tween the present the I town, was totally) destroyed by I Louville Crews ; will be asked to ordinance for observing the day spots county
survey and sec. I tire Sunday afternoon at 2 white, was arrest. pass) an and the setting will be Ideal for a
lion line, which It Is believed will. The house was o'clock.: 'ed Tuesday on a charge of driving prohlbitng the extended parkng of Superintendent Cawthon also" has. tourist hotel.
unoccupied the
"satisfy all property owners. the blaze started members at an automobile while intoxicated. H. automobles on the street of the bus. mailed out a circular letter to all

g, ? family spending the of the was placed in the county jail by Sher. In... district at 1 1l'lt. Parking all county head. of schools, advising Evangelistic Brotherhood
I ) day at the bouse .
SMr*. Ralph E. Rhodes of Tallahaa. of Mr.'and Mn. Ben Iff Epperson and later released on night will still be allowed n the rssi- them that the supply of copies of -
StiHey. defective
.ce, spent''' the weekend fo Starke chimney is thought have- bond. His trial will come off at the dental section of the city, according the course of study for elementary Schedule of meeting for the week

[with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I caused the loss, aa it apparently to had : regular monthly county judge's court to the City Manager but it will be osc.essary schools Is fast dwindling and urging 'u follows:

Alnres.1r. started overhead this month, unless he appear and to provide an ordinance 'their conservation, a* he stated It Business meeting at Baptist church,
A cedar chest packed near with chimney.few pleads guilty.Ms. ,. against night parking !in the business 'may be several years before another ,Starke, Thursday evening. at eight i
and Mn. I A.. Brown and ehfl. I belonging, was the only thing saved district. :issue I* printed. I o'clock. Alt members requested to be

of Brooker, were in town Wed. from the blaze The loss 1. G. Powell and little son, The new sweeper will be used in I present at these meetings.

lay: afternoon. partially. covered by Insurance.was only returned Wednesday from THlraan S. both the business and residential districts. Mr.. and Mrs. L. H. Hill, of Lawtey, Gospel team will hold service: at

C. were in Stark Tuesday. at four o'clock.


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COUNTY EXHIBITS W. D. Valencea of :Jacksonville, were Starke 11:02 A. M. i Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day

\J I TO -SET ,RECORD guests of.relatives here) Sunday.J. No. 7 Jacksonville to St. Petersburg -) DruuUtinAind our* Itching.money Blind.. "Blooding PAZO! OlNTiJENTto or ProtruPUra. .
AT COMING FAIR N. Neman and family left Mon. due Stark 2:16 P. M. I Ituwnily. nllm Itrhlni. Plfe" sad
nttful ileep altar Brat application
day for Plant City where they will No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palma, ca set IOQ.!

ptatwnS Jacksonville, Fla.-More counties visit relatives.Mr. Beech due Starke 10:15 A. M. -
It ha" reserved .pace for exhibits at and Mrs. Walter Wilkinson of No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville due
the Florida state Fair which will behere A TONIC
Raiford here with
near spent Sunday Starke 4:36 A. M. >
from November IB to SR, than I relatives.J. No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville duo' Drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restom '
Silence. I ever before In the history of the State Energy and Vitality by Purifying I'
AND THEY LIVED- M. Rosier was a businus visitor Starke 4:25: P. M. and

"Yes", can I know what it is, sweetheart T&Ir The Association various counties, It la announced. I to Stark, Saturday.J. No. 104 St. Petersburg to Jackson-, Enriching the Blood. When you feel lu

"Why she would be the last person are availingth.mselve. S. and E. W. Noman were busl- villa due Stark 6:03 P. M. i strengthening invigorating effect, see how
of the ,'
) opportunity to 1
,,1 on earth I'd tell even if I had known "I don't know. I've an idea though place nes visitors to Grandan: Saturday. 'It brings color to the cheeks: and how
their Jacksonvilledue
outstanding merits before the i No. 20 Cedar Key to
the camp story at the time" he de. you'd disapprove. I It improves tbe appetite you will then
"Please, Sallie." thousands tourists and prospective TRAIN SCHEDULE Starke 9:00 A. M. ,
clared. "Well I was just wondering Cur- settlers who will visit the State II No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key), appreciate Its true tonic value.Clove's
"You mean to tell me that your bro. I'alr'j !' Tasteless chill Tonic Is
and It Is announced that over simply
12:01 Sun. P. M. 'I
UssIf- Schedule changes : a. m. due Starke 6:11
ther hadr.'t told you t>en7""No teen croup and apeclal exhibits will I Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup So
later "If what sweetheart: I I day, October 4, 1925 and trains will "Starke &: Wannee Branchi i I .
by like I
ant'? rot even except be represented In tbe various county pleasant even children The blood
his look of astonishment and a few "Well if you'd mind VERY much tooths. !|: run as follows: No. 101 Leaves Starke 7:40: A. M.;I needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to

questions he asked when he law An- If I showed "you tae: lady in the 1 I No 1 Jacksonville) to Tampa due No. 102 Arrives Starke 8:15: P. M. ', Enrich It Destroys Malarial germs and

ne and I told him she was the girl to moon--- WRITE FOR STATE FAIR I I Starke 12:80: A. M. Grip germs by its Strengthening, JnvlQ?
l whom I'd been en agtJ(1. It's true he "You adorable little nonxl" he cried PREMIUM LIST. No. 8 Jacksonville to Tampa due T. J. GRIFFIN sting Effect: 60c.Thtegf .

set me to thinking, (I know him to and gathered me close In his arms. I, _. ._ -- _._-_. .. ---
(The End) Jacksonville, Flu.Prises '
It all backto totalling:
well) and in flash came
: rto of Aristotle, who was th*
me. Then I, too recalled the ugly GRAHAM which approximately 113,000 Is$25,000 offered hi for cash livestock of ; Judge Gary of bill .jay. "Not:" too About Zf04rIHealth
tale at camp""She NOT TOO m'i'LE.
Bn* .
listed In tbe 8th
entries are annual
said you thought her face
was familiar the first tln.e you'd ever I. J. Ogden of Pompano arrived premium list of tbe Florida State Fair A poof old maid of Massanhaetts -
met. Thursday to spend a while her. which will be held here from November called "poor," not beesuu

"By Jove! he exclaimed "did she| Mrs Sarah Watts and daughter 19 to 28. aha was an old maid bet beaaaae
I Lucille and Mrs. Horace Strickland Various prizes are offered for the she spent fifty-six years to the tosaa Xwf Should Know
even remember that Then a puzzled I
has died. While
winners In tbe departments of agricul asylum, Just
of Nichols are visiting relatives here
expression swept his face! e
over tur. colds swine boys' and (Iris' she was in the asylum: her small
piecel this week.
as if he were trying, piece by I A fortune increased to $3.000,000, to
club work poultry, home demonstration n +
to figure things out. i Harley and Roy Thomas of West other classes be divided now among seven Him*?*. 1 I If
I and many and s
Palm visited friends here last I I t
head. Into
shook money"
Then he his copy of the premium lists will be mailed "Money runs rapidly
"Wh a'a the matte."Nothing. .-?" week. Interested I in this country, if :you give: it
Mrs. Etta Rafuse and son, L. P., of to anyone upon application sort of an opportunity.
he replied slowly, "it's to R. M. Strlplln secretary, P. 0 liy Arthur Brfai any f
Just that I'm sorry ".,".e thought my ,! Hampton visited her slater Mrs. Box 382. Jacksonville Florida. What bocotrivi of nil. the money
brother or I would ever nay anything( ', Dock Brown here Thursday night. THE ELECTRIC POWER AGE the peopto! earn* Why' doos the

abo'it her that was tae: least bit un Miss Aileen Surrency spent Wed J. P. Pagetts, Sunday.Mrs. : avel'atfOU.riCMll' die with about ef john Joseph,V.1Mti l-i. D.
"\, kind." nesday night at Brooker with her R. M. Hiraejr and children via. AN OLD MAID'S MONET. enough to bury him or her? -

From what he hid sa'd! and the cousins Misses Alma and Vergie ited Mrs. J. P. Fagetta Saturday.: WHO IS RESPONSIBLE The Deputy Attorney General of

varying emotions that played on his Thomas Bro. Haymen of Orange Heights THE HORSE WITH CLAWS.The New York khows where some of Limit the Intake
I unde" t sit Andrew Saxon and son, Bill of the money goon. Bo rus stock! sties .
face bfjjan to -Stan the Ja- will preach at the Baptist Church Lui'a talk awhllo about uhi .rplice.
tion th.it. up to th's! time had been Pompano, spent Thursday here. Sunday morning and evening Oct. 18. Stat of Washington plans alonn take $1500,000,000/ from the It aats Invisioly and ab:., ;h-,'
\ such a (complicated affair.: It was Miss Leitha Richardson: of High gigantic water power development people of the tate each :year. Even rtwpo" -'ently of our wfll. It !if, ".

plain to me now that Anne, seeing Springs spent Saturday as the guestof LAWTEYM. I Banks In Seattle reflect generalSeattle for that other leaves. swlndleru a rood to deal take.of money i.nc'ocess of na'.uie that nc.coawu .. ..

Curtis with his brother and having a Ruby Dyal. I I prosperity in the NorthwMt. Those unless ma v nap, there
guilty conscience figured that being Bert Britt of Williston was a visitor G. Scheitlln returned to his banks will l need bigger Evidence ut the benandoah investigation nothing to absorb. It *s our fro
vaults and capitalization 'increased until we over-crowd It, !In wliintUoice :. ,
here Sunday. showi that Commander -
his tell Curtis work in Leouburu after spending a
brother he would I .
by a bUHon, when the power begins it becomes an unrelentm
Mr. and Mrs. has Lansdowne who understood Dying -
Jerry Dryden
i about her disgraceful hehavior at the few days here with his family. its work. Our absorbing glands ai
taking his enemy
moved here from Jacksonville we areIad' Mr. and Mrs. Burr of protested itlT,3t
Camp and so she imagined that If she cnanrls know no List*-no clierimlnaUon.
told tie! story first the sheer nerve of to welcome them to our town. were visitors to Lawtey JaCkSonvillt"1 MaiDA wCl: hamxa 700,000 honepower MIddle ship through West the awl vtorm asked belt for of the They take up stryci
a pOoit-
;, It would keep anyone from believingany O. W. Dyal Bob. Surrency Lee ley Lake, Sunday. in the Bay. of 1'Wwi y. 1'helI'an ponement.Thoee nine or other deadly poison rrV
bit of scandal that might leak out. Thomas and Mrs. Dora Barry, were Mrs. G. W. Roberts and baby Lu. ; approved by voters and sd nttio knowing nothing about fly the same avidity' with which they

Poor Anne I She might have known visitors to Starke Monday. ella Tatum and Louise Thede are vii- experts calls for one will hundred beyral.eed ing, but unfortunately controlling welcome taffy' or gruel. Abson
millions. Power oonffh
that two such men would have shielded Mr. and Mrs. Ettls Startling and I itors this week at the home of Mr. to supply the whole of aviation in the Usited States, or. tion takes no cognizance of result
'? her name. baby of Cooter Pond are visiting relatives and Mrs. J. H. Tatum in LeLand. New England, and ten tirasa one dared him to go In order to 1m-- It goes on after we are dead I

"______then Curtis, you didn't fall here. 1 Fred and David Moore: of Jacksonville : hundred million weald net equal press certain State fairs on the The safe-guard against absorp
on your knees when she gave you Mrs. John McKinney has returned spent the week end here at the tho value of such power.In way." Because his advice was not meal ton is net to overburden it. Heavy

back your ring. and cry?" I teased. home after a visit with her parents, home of their parnti: Mr. and Mrs. waterpower and the electric taken, Lansdownewas- killed. eemplain* are of dangerous.being oY Many'-Iat. people The

He laughed outright. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Youngblood of t.1 J. II. Moore. e force generated U... not the hope Who la RESPONSIBLE for his trouble Is, that they are crowding

"I never heard such rot. Augustine. W. E. There was called to West knt the CERTAINTY of prosperity death? And how good a suit for their absorbents. Large quantities
"She said you did and you see I Miss Ruby Dyal attended the partyat Palm Beach on account of the illness beyond' imagination. damage have his widow and the of Uuids are taken with readenngr -

wasn't very thrilled over being-second the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mari>n of his father. London Is agitated because the other Shenandoah widows against absorption quicker and faster
choice," I said pouting but when Moody at New River Friday evening. I Mrs. William Reddish returned great art collection of .Lord Lever- those that sent their husbands to than it should go on. It Iaposllibl.

I saw ho was about to reassure me Duffy Abernathy of Palatka, spent home last week where she has been hulme, successful soap maker ia to death 1The to reduee flesh by takingno

'w by taking me in his arms, I stopped the week end here. ; spent!! igr several weeks with her I be sold in New York City, not in Museum of Natural Historywill fluid of any kind with mealx.

i! 1 my pretending and flashed him a Cecil Refuse and Edw'n Prevatte I,daughtr Mrs. J. C. Cone LoniRin. soon present to your kind at- called No amount"Physical of physloal Culture"contortion displace
of Hampton were visitors here Thurs II. C. of This is said to mean that the art ean -
smile Instead. "Let's stop talking -I Wimberly was tention a fossil horse with claws over-supply of sbsorbabl -
i / about it, I feel sorry for her" I declare day.Mr. a business visitor to Lawtey Friday. centre of the> world has moved instead of hoofs dug up in Asia.Aeoording food. It Is wrong to tax
: from London to New York but
and Mrs. Dock Brown has sold : I to scientists this IHti
i\ j."You. ,, Mrs. James Pitts anj children returned swat-Claads with work that
: S, would you wonderful wonderful their place and will move to Lake';! home Sunday from Cairo Ga., thatJara'tao.The MONEY oaotee has moved creature, ancestor of the vain I: mon groan diminants should
Butler one day this week. They have where they days with rel Of today with its hoofs Th who '
i' t girl! spent and In 1MB, as In the days of the from nan er woman ireet -
Again he tried to take me In his won many friends during their stay datives and friends. I Medici art goes where money fa.I her the earth to need long horses before .men to' rreat out! "three squares
t arms but I jumped up and raced 1 here who will regret to know they E. J. Roberta: spent Saturday and, erne A 4ay wQl be disappointed. Net
i down the beach. have moved away. Sunday Jacksonville, in attendanceat "How an I .succeed" Is answer- tor can their: billows be removed!
He followed and
we It will to read the
Hogan Smith and Lester Kite of j i .d by Jag* amass yon by massage. Limit the Intake and
laughed a meeting of the Primitive Baptist Lit
happily as we ran. Reachingthe I us kinds of "despair" listed
T1i. 1ris otJJ l' w.a Mt plenty of walking) exercisethus -
City, were visitors here I Church.Mr. .
cottage he turned to me and said do at least half g.1 by ofssor Glenn Frank, new stlmulatincr cllnunation, and
"You needn't run. It won't do you any Monday.W. I and Mrs. J. B. Dye and childrenof Judge) Gary of coarse, pots hon- nt of the University of Wiser let the absorbents net
good for I'm going to pursue yon the A. Dyal and sons Vernon and Jacksonville were guests Sundayat I: eaty ahead of an otbtr quatittos. A fli-o'clock dinner Is too often
rest of my life. Benlc'es' your Father Gerald of High Springs spent Saturday |: the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. I'' And honesty is Important, although DHOlZdlCAL* is BIOLOGICAL fear! absoibed-not digested. Food in
has invited me to stay for dinner. here. : Blanchard. ; Judge; Gary knows more ntrpris- fear. POLITI- the average alimentary canal undergoes
Furthermore you'll have to dine with Mrs. Nona Dyal and sister Ruby : Mrs T. J. Terry and daughter Miss I *s have been wrecked by honest CAL fear, ECONOMIC fHL RIS- fermentation and even in
me alone for he's gone to town with I were visitors to Lawtey, Sunday afternoon Joyce visited relatives in Jackson' fools than by dUnont knave TORICAL fear ADMINISTRATIVE some cases decomposition t The
far MORAL far. These
friends." yule Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. longer it remain there, the more
"Th. Ufcs to hear fears all be boiled down into
; //1 "Doos he know I mean---or-"' Miss Margie Stowers of Waldo G. W. Brown of Tampa is himself talk average too much.man says Judge one word can, "NERVES. The only advanced be worse, for the mental process.torpor What than ean the
was a visitor here Tuesday afternoon. ''
spending a few days here with rela.I
stammered.. I We Oary. Salesmen should remsmb.r thing we need be afraid of is ourselves absorption of such: poisonous matter
"If you mean does he know how, are sorry to know that Mrs. C. tives.Mr. that. Thousands of them talk our weaknesses. And for T
I adore you. Yes. Because I told him B. Roberts is seriously ill at this : and Mrs. B. L. Cash and baby, thmlvs INTO a sal, then talk tunately, we die, and our fears NEXT WEEKDangers'
so and moreover young lady. I have' writing : motored to Starke, Sunday after.I themselves OUT again. When you with a*.- Then. eomes a new, unfrifblnd -
his permission to win if I Will Warren of Booker attended : noon. mt a ostomsr remember the ad. generation. */ Six O'clock DinnersJACKSONVILLE
you, can, so. ,
you. see you haven't much chance. 1 church here Sunday. I[ Rev. Fisher of Texas of the Primi' ---- .. --
I made a terrific face at him and E. J. Murrhee was a busness visitor tive Baptist Church was a guest at "

darted aside' I IAitsr to Hampton, Saturday. I the home of E. J. Roberts, Sunday,
I and Monday.
Mr. J. S. Scheitlin '
... dinner we walked'on the spent Sunday in I
I I Jacksonville at the home of his I '
porch. I S. R. Swindle was; a visitor to \
daughter Mrs Charles Burck.
Atlantlo Beach i. always entrant-1 Hampton Saturday. I Mrs. Irene r a
I Baker Miss Pauline ,
ing whether at noontide, twilight orj! Mr, and Mrs. Ben Saner were trans. I Rhodei and Marcus Nhoden were visi. STATE ,.
dawn. But there acting business in Hampton Saturday
was a poignant j tors to Jacksonville, Tuesday and FLORIDA
beauty about the water tonight. Like afternoon. I i Wednesday.Mrs. I

'I a broad ribbon of pale' gold the moon: Mrs. C. R. Mantre Mrs C. C. Ma. !! Sallle Reddish returned home

beams kept tryst with the capricious nire, Mr. M.\ S. Manire and Erie Ma. ', last week, from Jacksonville where A

'waves and they flung their golden nire all of Hampton, visited Mrs. !'; she spent several days with her NOVEMBER. 19-28

hair about them and danced molly Kitty Clovertelle Sunday afternoon. !, daughter Miss Eldridge Reddish. ,
while Florida stars looked down. Mrs. Leona and
j Hagan family were j MissCalahan of the Starke,
We stood motionless beguiled by in Melrose, Friday to the Baptist! school
faculty spent Sunday here A REC )RD BREAKING
I tho delicate lovllness of the eight.I '' Cemetery working. j with her sister Mrs. A. L. FLORIDA'S lIFOR: } 10 DAYS AND 10 NIGHTS
For there silence Mrs. W. A. Jones' !
one moment was son, of Wllming. P. L. Dinkins came home from!
between us. A breathless expectancya ton, N. C., has come to Fla., with his
Jacksonville and
rapture known only to lovers who family. They are making their homein his family. spent Monday THE GREATEST EDUCATIONAL AND ENTERTAINMENT SPECTACLE OF THE YEAR

stand alone on" majestic heights while Hampton. I.I
I At the election held here Friday a
the winds of the world csh by. Little Herbert Cloversettle is cn jl Building filled to overflowing with the arum of Florida' Agricultural Horticultural. Livestock Dairy and Industrial .
"Curtiss." :vote of two to one for bonding the product*- the sick list this week, we hope for I Town of ''Lawtey for $20,000 fer, Sate educational program a revelation. for fair visitor.
"Yes darling. his speedy recovery. ,I I electric '
lighting the town was 'polled.
t "I was Just wondering about some Miss Lawra Joiner, Clyde Hall 'I
j: W. E. Torode G. A. Anderson and R.I!
t thing. Arthur Milligan were visitors to Mrs.It [ R. Thede elected Bond True OFFICIAL STATB A. p'. A. INSPIRING BXHIBITS, OFBOYS'
-- -- tees, ,

'- There will be an election held hereon

s Oct. 20, for the purpose of electing j A $26,000.00 ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM
1 II IIt ; a mayor to fill the unexpired term of j
i If 'R. R. Thede, who resigned on atf.(! I I
Speculate In ; TH. LOOr'Lf..LOOP Looeisa -ZIP-BISH-.ANO-
count of being elected a,bond trustee I
(I W. H. BI&gs'was a business visitorto Afternoon and NightAutoe November M, tl and tS '
That Par In The Air" Sensational and
II Jacksonville. Fridav: Thrilling Spectacle. One Auto looplng-tho-loop three Three day of Thrilling Auto Agar by World ramous' I
I Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Boyer and baby time* In midair while another ......* under ILMAQNIFICKNT Driver World's. Championship:Inoludlng: B-red. Horsy, Holder of Three I

Real EstateWatch of Jacksonville were guests Sundayat FIREWORKS
: the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. .very Night
Futch.C. Exeluelve Pyrotechnic Offering Deelgned Eepeotally: November tS .. TFlv
for ra.o,... The State Fair.
Nightly Dleplay at of H J'I..I1I..sTH.
day 'ruts Race for the Loren of
R. Sapp of Jacksonville. was Hen"... Beet Trotter* Off Southern Circuit.
the Rainbow Section. This is the lake and transacting bUll In" in town Tuesday.The Johnny 3. Jonoe Midway Bhr.'ro.I and Riding DevleeaAleo FAMOUS SANDS
truck farmers are now ship a conglomeration of I lemoned, hot doe:
hill section beginning at Bedford Lake and continuing ping their fall crop of string beans. -auer kraut, cotton candy eland. and midway ...tauAnd Orehe.tree Offering Music ,AJeo
.... Spectacular Pageant With IM of nortda'sFdries Maid
.) along Dixie Highway to Granden. Many large sales Prices have been very satisfactory so

recently made in that section; several new subdivisions far.

tatted and many lots in the new subdivisions have WOODLAWNRev. CHAMPIONSHIP CAT AND DOG 8HOW- ..

been sold. There i. combination of interests that is J. L. Morns--of LaCross was a Something to interest very Person !her,. Minute - - - 'l'b. Biggest Show of the Tear I

11 going to put on something REAL BIG in the RAIN. .visitor here Saturday and Sunday. Reduced Rates On All Lines of Travel

t BOW. LANDS soon. in Miss Starke Debbie Saturday Phillips afternoon.was shopping Popular Admission Prices .

It will pay you to investigate. Misses Elva and Nancy Starling I

of Jacksonville, spent Sunday her Florida State Fair Association
the guest of their parents Mr. and ,
Mrs. Bud Startling. I
E. M. THOMAS Supt. II. B.. Wiggins of S arke. wasa P. O. Boa IN Jacksonville.

d busines visitor here Tuesday. I I A. P. ANTHONY PNe..t. A. M. STMIVLIN.' .......rrt
p Office Over Boyd's Store
spelttbe 1 t
.J I D. B. Browning and daughter Mrs.



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L ve State NewsTold AFTEREVERY ;'I''j' Fast Racing Cars Will !Be a Paramount Feature at I'

-1 I Auto Races to Be Held November 20, 21 j I II Proved SafeTake
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by Our Exchanges .- I and 28 "* Florida State Fair. f

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Tallahassee II. Garris state twelfth judicial district at the next m: benefit affords M well "Bayer" Package
supervisor of agriculture plans to term of court at Fort Myers, Novem-
viiit Live Oak Fort White and ber 3, during the disqualification of a. plealure.Healthful .
Gainesville on business for the De. S. W. Lawler Jr. The governor also e.erel.B for the teeth T'tBAErtI
partment of Instruction. designated Judge A. Z. Adkins of the and a spur to dl!: ott.'t\. A long I ( \

eighth judicial district, to serve on lasting refreshment soothing to I I
Willie Dicks-Convicted of man. the bench for Judge; Elwyn Thomas I nerve and stomach.
slaughter, November 1921 Union of the twenty-first judicial circuit The Great American I
county sentenced to seven year 27 at the next term of circuit court at Sweetmeat, untouched ( i
years old when convicted. Record Fort Pierce November 10, during; the by hand. full offlavor i
goof. Application endorsed by pros disqualification of Judge Thomoa. f ,
ecuting attorney and other prominent W
citizen( Pensacola-After more than a ten. a I II

hour search a pocse found C. G. Bar. I FRED HORSY thrle world's champion In his new 1XOOO Miller .......
Lake City-Columbia county' pro. bar lying unconscious with a bulletin 1 machine which he has ntrd for the auto races at Jacksonville.% )
duction of nr.val stores this seas in his head and his throat slashed j %
will be vorth $1,500,000 according to in the thickness of the woods, near | Jacksonville. Fla. -Zip- -Bisk-Bang) These three words lymbolln the I i
the best information obtainable from Blountstown after he is alleged to I great auto racing program of the coming Florida Stat. Fair more *otlTely I

operator. The county' productionof have shot and killed Martha Sexton | than any three other words In tb. dictionary. ,: Unless you Ik'" Ui,,! '!'lI"y.) Cr W
turpentine 1* estimated at 1,055 18, his diversed wife Thursday, when 1 engage In the realty businesa. An.1 Fred Itore,. th. bolder of three world' championships yearn for hIs i package or un '"hlo" vmi, M' m'" ""t-oji
barrels while the rosin productionwill she told him that she did not car. to''I, nouncement was also>> mad of the appointment -I fourth. and bas entered hi* 110,000 Millar racing machine for' the race here !.I late ting the !gcmiinn' llvr A..irl'i| nrovrxlbr
run to 75,000 barrels. I have any more to do with him. > : of Miss Lois Stuckey as In search of added point toward the 1115 cbamploniblp. physicians by million uM rr, -rilwd
Barber taken to the Blounts | o\or twuuiy.Jlvu) .)'IIUII for'
was certificate C. K. Allen Other driver
clerk. to who
I succeed will
Tallahassee Notice of the first itep on the throttle at the Jacksonville race arei I Ii "
town hospital today in a dying condi. | ( "1d- INn.li.chw
res lrned.TallahalaeBoy'. i Oscar "Swede" Anderson who will pilot the big Flat In which Slg Hougdabl
shipment outaiCe the state of Florida' tion. Physican say he will not re i' I Neuritis 1 11 .,)h""n
1925 orr.nge prod :itlon wa. received cover. battered many record; Clyde KelUy, the flchtlng Irish raoe driver, who Tuothoclu.I,. |01| ".\1'1//i'm .
and Girl' Club
today at the office of R. J. enrollment week will be observed in will start his Diieaenberg .peed machine In the Jaekionvlll raeee, and John I IDePaima I I NiMiiilfd' p,,,,,,. 1 i.ini 1

Mays acting supervisor of the In* Panama City-A now seven-story. Florida from October 19 to 24, accordIng Internationally famous Italian raolng tar, who plan to wheel hU i I Each IIn'>rol.11, "H,,\rr" pacing/ mnlains :
spection department of thed epart. year-round tourist hotel and a club j to the current issue of the Agrl. big new Mercedee ipeed monarch) over the Jacksonville track.at I .. |>roipn' ,'lrt.t I.oa. nun,'"- Itoxro Clr
ment of apiculture here. The oranges .Ive tnbli'tf' ru..t ("w ,unt'd. : Di',,...
house at the golf course In Lynn Ha. cultural News Service, published at guts also Mill bolt I".
of 21
consisted of 317 boxes. They wer* .mil l I'hi.'
canning factory that will
von, a employ the University or Uorida.
hipped from R. W. Burke Plant 500 met and utilize the product!I Dr. Wilmon Newell, dean of the Leavenworth priaon desires to ber 85, due here at 10:25: p. m., and 1\11'1. Carl Wynn and three children
City to Mobile-Ala.SaraaotaCounti of 10,000 acres: and an initial expen.I College of Agriculture of the Univer. come back to the Sunshine State and one of the fastest on the line. Followi i 1 of Lake Butler and Mr*. Thomas of
officials late today diture of more than a million dollars i i sity of Florida. stated that he desires -I, put hiucelf: right with the poop).. So ing first reports of the wreck a re. New River spent the week end herewith
seized: 1,063 bottle of Scotch and for development in Panama City and { to lee every boy and girl in the anxious is Kelley to do that be is lief train with physician nurses and relatives.
rye whiskey at a garage two miles neighborhood are features of plans rural section of the state between willing to pay his own transportation medical supplies waa rushed to the ',
from the city and arrested two men announced by the Berry H. Collins the ages of 10 and 18 years, who are here. no that it will save the scene. Local hospitals made arrange. COOPER-JENKINS
Tyler Bradford. white of Georgia Syndicate which recently acquired all I eligible to enroll in club work. ,, state of $200. At least that Is the ments to care for the victims. i ii -
and Willie Glory negro of this city. the Miner C. Keith holding in the'' The club work for boy and girls''I' situation set forth in a letter Kelley I'i Mra. Lena Jenkins:: nnl Mr. Gra K
The officials saw the whiskey hauledto St. Andrew Bay district except the Dean Newell said In many instances wrote while confined at Lavenworth'i Lakeland-A. D. Gullatine local Cooper wero united in norriaf-e/ by
the garage in sacks. The men were Atlanta and St. Andrew Bay Railway -! brings to the tinder-privileged ones to tie state prison department. The contractor hal been awarded the con.:,,, County: Judi:: Gardiner at his home
placed in jail in default of bond. and the St. Andrews Bay Lum.I I "the first and only ray of light point-I I letter Kelley said was also "just to tract for the construction of an addition -'' west of Stake Sun-liy! evening. Oni .
bar Company. e Ing the way to opportunity educa.1 i I let you know how lorry I am for the to the .Avon Park-R. C. Ellison of No. tion and good citizenship." I way I have done the state of Flor. for which was obtained some time, nessed the ceremony. Their friend
1401 Hinton avenue. Raleigh N. C., Day tons-G. O. Puett engineer I ida." Kelley wall sent up in Jack. ago by Postmaster R. H. Naylor under wish thorn happiness In their married
U' \lying at the point of death this Station Texas was killed early today Two boys were convicted in the Ju-1)! son county for five years for steal an act affecting the Treasury Do- I,, life.
morning with injuries sustained when near Port Orange when a southbound venile Court Tuesday on a charge of 'ing an automobile He began serving partment and having to do with al.
he fell or slipped between the coup. freight train struck his body after stealing copies of the Tribune after his sentence In October, 1919. He escaped torntiona to public buildings. The Tonipn-This place and St. Peters
ling of two freight can in the Sea. he fell from a freight car on a sidetrack they had been left at the homes of November 16, 1920, and was amount of the contract a $14,517. This burg to be terminals of first Interur.
board :yard here late last night. He of the main line of the Florida I subscribers by carriers. One was''recaptured March IS, 1921. Ho escaped work is not that authorized by First ban railroad In state.

was rushed through one side and East Coast Railway. Puett it was re sent to Ma.-ianna and the other to again August 24, 1924 and presumably Assistant Postmaster General John Panama Clty-liOOOO:
ported had just been employed as an II. Bartlett who with R. 11. i paving pro-
both arms were torn off. His wife i Gainesville.! Repeated theft of papers was later taken into rus.I Spillmnn cit .
and children live in Raleigh and father engineer for the railroad a4 was I after they hr.d been Jistributed by: tody for transporting stolen automobiles superintendent of mails was a recent gram; planned by ;/

George W. Ellison, lives at 650 traveling on the freight train to learn carriers in certain localities caused a''> into other states. The Florida visitor in Lakeland investigating; 1f.o1U1WCJUIIIIIIWIIWWW&JIWIW1I.IIUIIWCllIIIIl1
Highland avenue. Atlanta Ga. the line when the accident took place. I close watch to be kept and both cf prison authorities, according to congestion in the local pustoffice and : COFFINS & CASKETS
1 I Trainmen said he had been asleepon ;, the young offender we-e caught in Judge T. E. Andrews, chief prison who recommended certain changes.
Lake City-Jean Stebbins. nine. top of a box car and that on awak. I the r.ct 0: It.ealinlf. In these two cases, clerk: are preparing to get Kelley as -- --- I And a Full Line of
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ing ho walked off and that -his head subscribers assisted In gf Ving evu. >(!i soon as the government releases him. :j'i SAMPSON CITY UnJfrtalktr' Safplitf
H. H. Stebbins of this city was run struck a railing apparently knockinghim I dence which lol to p-x*nrpt conviction. .-- -,.. i,
over and instantly killed by a large unconscous. The body later was I I I II i ',
The Tribune in making every effort Sarasota-The Sarasota Herald, Crosby will fill his regular ap. AUTOMOBILE hEARSE
truck here yesterday while she and struck by the freight train. I to a&fercuard/ papers after their delivery ,, new morning newspaper starting this poiutmuut hero Saturday night and Always ou hand. The best i.e.vie. .

her. brother were said on their way to.echool. Welton Watson 25, negro was! I early in the morning and ..blcrib.i week, has intensified the journalistic Sunday every one is Invited to at- at the lowest price Special -
Witness tragedywas
fined $15 in municipal court today be.,i ers r-ho Lava ben victim of the pet.," interest in Sarasota. The first issue tund. attention !. telegraph order
accidental. The brother
girl's was I ty thieve are aiding! in breaking upi of the Herald contans eighty Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Christopherand .
cause he refused to sell five cents pages Registered Embslaasr.DeWIfl' .
riding her the handlebar of bicy.Cle
on a i this sort of crime. I and includes little daughter Gloria, Mrs. F.
109,000 inches of adver.
worth of Ice t> C. Broom of River.
and in turning the wheel into the I' '
tisements. E.: Itosnignoe and children lone and
'.ide. who said he The paper Is owned by E. ,
stopped an ice wag. Tallahanee-FJc'icj'a'l;
eurg struck soft sand turning over I college resources E.: Naugle Oscar M. Johnson Geo Lillian and C. K. Klnclri-i-! all of Jacksonville C. JONES
on at King and Forbes street. Watson
and throwing the girl directly under are unlimited. The enroll.:
B. Lindsay and Paul all visited relatives here, Su i- STARKE, FLAIDIDIDalllllUllDClUIHIImaJUI
refused sell Poyter
dime's worth
the real wheel of the truck, which to a after I ments at the two big state instituI I II I :
turning:: down the request of five trained newspaper men of many years day.Mr.
passed over her body crushing her tions, the University of Florida and Vance and daughter, Miss Ethel
its worth: Broom testified. Of"ic standing. With the Times publishedby
to death. I| the Florida State College for Women
_______ Frank Hintor an-ostal Wntaon .m for the 1925.20 term is criterion. L. D. Reagin Sarasota now has spent Wednesday In Galnesvxille. To Stop a Cough Quick
SlTallaliassee-When takinp cogni.Jance Froom's! complaint.: "We won't have Although official a I two modern daily newspapers. E. D. Jonas spent Friday In HighSprings ; ,
no figures were take HAYES HEALING HONEY
" a
I visiting friends.W. .
of Florida's possibilities during Ji.icriminr.tlona: in selling ice" or anything I available for use during the week of Tampa-One person- is known to H. Smith, E. D. Jones and II. E. cough niodlrlne which sinus the cough by:
/week of October 4.10 which is ReSource else in Jacksonville, Judge October which healing the Inllamed and Irritated tissue
4.10 was observed as'>1 have geen killed and at least ten s". Tone were visitors to Starke Thurs.
the Beckh-.m Wctson .,
Week must not forget told and
a representative A box of
Resource Week in the state, approxi.':1 GROVE'S: O-PFN-TRATE
I lously, if not fatally injured when day.
fctato'a ability to look after its pris. of tl.e company for whichhe I mate totals placed the student 1ALVE for Chest (Colds Heed Colds and
oners, Judge T. E. Andrews chief sells. "T'ala: mau'o five cents i is: at the Woman's college body I II I i two Atlantic Coast Line passenger J. G. Wynn and daughter Thelma "roup I Is enclosed with every bottle of
prison clerk stated. During the month just as good cs any one's. You or anyone that 1,301 and trains crashed head on fifteen miles visited his sister, !Mrs. J. N. Thomas, hAYES HEALING HONEY. Tbe salve
Of September a total of 17 road elie -an't discriminate." I at the University at 1,600. Both cast of the city shortly after 10 o'. here Sunday.We Ihould be rubbed on the client end throatof
camps were maintained in addition to I I rollment institutions reported the largest en. clock tonight. Engineer of second are sorry to report Mrs. S. E. children suffering! from a Cold or Croup.
the big state penitentiary at Raiford. Tallahassee-Mrs. Devere Burr. in the history of the com section train number 82, whose name Jones Is confined to her homo with an Tho. !.llnol nlTm or. llnyo' lloallnii lloni-r I..101. to-
'county= prisoners were worked at counselor-secretary to SuperintendentW. i monwealth. In addition to the two Is believed to be Hicks, was Inatantly attack of acute intergesticn. Wo hope Grove Ih.lbn.mhlp'. CM'ea-Trata Salv,1 with through tlifi henMnfinWlaf ch. tears. of
these the records show. For S. Cawthon of the Department of state colleges a number of indepen., killed when thrown from the enginecab. to see her again loon. hflBklQXNin stops| a"cuuill
the same camps period 694 prisoners both Public Instruction as well as a number -I dent ones are operated including Rol.tins. The injured are being rushed to Lewis Parrls and F. L. Deaxer of rant Birth of Ik rfmwlln. cumblunl.am po'k..11O lioaniwul on..aliu!(cartun and the

whites and negroes were being cared of the other educational depart Stetson Southern and a numberof j this city. The other train was num- Waldo visited relatives here Sunday. Just. ask your druggist for HAYES*
smaller ones. H._. ... 11\111.. IfI.NIi'V.. ... .
ment officials. will leave her post .. n_. .. .
for the
by state. Of that number 168 ._- --- n.. _._ __ _. _
here October 15. will n.
She be succeed I
were whites and 526 neyroes. Green Coves;; .
; *-The first
ed by Mrs. F. O. Hoffman of Talla I
Tallahassee Governor Martin de. hassee. Mrs. with her meeting qf t.e: Clay Cotrnty Realty
Burr husband .
signaled Charles R. Parkill to act as an employe of the comptroller's of.I' Association association was held in this city. The ,r-. Clash for Baseball's Premier Honors I
: will
temporary: state's attorney for the lice will ge>> to West Palm Beach to become associated
with the National
Association of Rear
- Eatate Bonds, adopting the multi. Wj
plel I isting system.. The members of &3gg:

f this: new FreUtrick organization II. Le-vis in Clay president countyare ; tea* ;*s' +4' k 3&&**& HWtj

I I| W. G. Spiker, vice preoldent; B. S. 3 .*
Baker, secretary end treasurer; H. & I4 ;
I H. Anderson Jr., W. G. Steglitz( M. -
I Perkins, L. E. DiGhin.il II. H. Wal. -
WANTEDParties cutt, D. W. Tungate G. Gilbert F. J.V&JM

J. Lucus E. Marmaduke R L. Walden -

S. E. Ctrodo. James Taylor. An s..,*.*,. -* ,- t .yir' .. t *
effort will be made to elect every 11.
ce lied real estate broker:" and sales
man in Clay county to membership-
this new organization.

I Plant City-Don; -Walden and J. B. \\ssr*$ iSr- aid

with trucks the I Porter anon=ced today they are com.pletlng sr v
to contract cut- plans for building a thirty. pssiF

I ton ice plant !n Plant City, and it is W.i t>Xl! 4ift $
ting and hauling of Cypress LathBlocks experted to have the factory in oper.
ation by Jan. 1. The "
name tentative.
we to furnish the timber. A v- ly decided: rpon is the Arctic Ice
Company. The plant will be located g !

erage haul 4 miles. beside the Seaboard Air Line Rail. ., .
in the *
way vicinity of the car-Icing
plant, north part of the city and the

We a1o buy Cypress Blocks f. o. 1:>. that promoters are arranging details so I
it will be one of the most modern

cars your loading point. Write or see The plants Arctic In this system part will of be the employed country.

and while It will be more expensive
to install it can be operated it said, at a saving over other method
I The structure that will house the factory
will be galvanized iron, and will 4
LUMBER MANUFACTURING be constructed with a view of taking 1%
I care of a large patronage. The plant t 2S3
I which will cost approximately $50.

COMPANY 000, wil be operated by electricity Here are the two t am. which thl week battle for the World Tltl*. Top photo an unusual group
I and water, from the municipal plant picture of "The Washington Senator In "civic., whiLe being- received by President Coolidge. Arrows
,: will be used In the manufacture of ndloate Clark Griffith Prs. Coolldge, ."Bucky" Harris Mgr., and the veteran Walter Johnson. Bottom;
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA ice it was announced the challenging Pittsburgh Pirates. Front row left to right:-Hat.. Moore Culloton. Shechan Ens Hilly
McK.chn! Jr.. (in front), Wright, Cuvlor, Kr.m.r and Gooch. Center row left to rlll'ht-Ololham, ." 'th.
I Tallahassee-William Grady Xel. Traynor, Mclnnls, Carey (Captain), MeK.chnl (Manager), Clarke, Blffbe*, Thompson>> Spencer, t.: .... ".j-m
ley, wanted In Florida for grand lar.eeny and 'u ten. Rear row I left to right.:-.Fraz "r, Hlnghman Onslow, Bamhart Adridj! S46m'f <6tter.,
and who la now serving a term Banwy Dreyfu* (I'resI4ltntJ Sam Dreyfu, Bawling, Yd., Aoam. Morrison and M a lowi.

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NEWS ITEMSBRADFORD eentty returned to their home here, :t''kn.>wn to have been drowned two! fjLM i u 111 n 1111 n 111 j.... MRS. JANE CARTER
Mrs. Ollie Strickland Messrs.
after spending a few days in Mclntonh. others are reported missing and four' ( Elfga,
l'y ( more are )in a serious condition as a Mrs. Jane Carte', wife of the late Hansford, Marion and Dalton Carter
Mr. and Mrs R. W. McCloud of result of the capsizing'of the plea. Church Services I Geo. Carter, departed this life, Tues She also,leaves a brother and sister -
Mr. and Mr--cclUe;! Weeks and I!I Clara B. day October 6th 1925 and laid
Worthington Springs, are the guests: sure yacht twenty-seven was and a number of grandchildren: ,
MIDI Hattie Week, of Alachua wad of Mr. and Mrs H. B. Peeples, this :|I miles off the coast here rt 2:30: : the guest! of friends and relatives week. I clock Sunday! : afternoon. Bodies of the Cemetery, near Maxville.

,/ 1 here Sunday afternoon. Rev. W. B. Hicks, of Waldo, was fourteen have been brought to a local METHODIST The deceased was a member of Long who mourn her loss.
John Scaff and Albert Miller, of visiting here last Tuesday. I undertaking establishment for Branch Baptist church, of which she Rev. L. W. Ktckllter conducted the

Lake Butler, were visitors here Sun- W. A. Saxon of Pompano, is a identification. The entire popu'ace Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Morn' joined forty years ago. last sad rites, which were witnessed

day afternoon. business visitor here this week. I tonght was patrolling the coast line ing worship and sermon by the pastor She was a faithful wife and a de. by hosts of friends and relatives.

: Mr. Lee Harrell, of Jacksonville,! The public school is progressingver Iin watch for other bodies. The yacht at 11:00. m. voted mother and bore her suffering The family extend their sincere
Is spending few days here with his The attendance Is owned by Edward Arnold, local fish Epworth League Sunday eveningat without a murmur.
brother, W. II. Harrell. 'I In the primary very de. erman, had been chartered by the Mel. 7:00: o'clock. Preaching service at< She was the mother of twelve chil- thank to :Masses Addie anj Koua
good especially
I Miss Cantey Olllver at Pine Hill, Miss May Jones has ac. bourne Farms and was carrying thir. 7:45 p. m.Pr.yer dren, nine of whom survive her, name.. Baisden and Dr. W. E. Middleton, for
the of Miss Lucille Harrell, partment. meeting and choir practice Minnie their kindness during her illness.
was guest cepted a position as assistant& primary ty-five pasaengors, mootly from ly: Ethel Johns,

Sunday afternoon. I teacher that the teachers may be re. Wichita, Kans.. And vicinity, on a Wednesday evening at 7:46. ---- -- -' -
Mrs. Rand Crews returned to her! property inspection trip.SEABOARDRAILWAY "Rev. C. F. SUrnes pastor of North' -
lieved of their burden and the
home here Tuesday after a visit with over Walnut St. Methodist church.PRESBYTERIAN .
her brother Mr. Tom Baxter, of little folks may get additional help.
Jacksonville.Mr. The Tint Baptist Church of Hampton HEAD

and Mrs. John Harrell of Rai- assembled In conference last Sun WANTS TO SERVE FLORIDAIN
October 11th. and elect. I INMAN & RITCH
day evening,
ford the week end here
spent Regular services will be held Sun
ed School officers for the
i, friends and relatives. day. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
of suing year.Namely Warfield Does Not Own Acre of Land INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE
and Harrel
Bob Brooker, Cphus Preaching 11:00 a. m., and ":110 ..
l V Waldo, were visitors hero last Fiday Sunday School Supt., Dr. But Sees Great Future) for State I p. m. by the pastor. ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE e
R. M. Saver.
aftenoon. Aishtant Supt., A. M. Williams. Much Doable Tracking Prayer meeting at 8:00: p. m.. Wed. BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and chili nesday. October 4th Is Rally Day tn
Teacher Bible Class, V. B. Wheeler. Speaking as the largest individual MADE PROMPTLY
: dren of Starke, were tho guests
the Sunday school and church.
Teacher Intermediate Class, Prof. C. stockholder of the Seaboard Air Line -
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Mayes, Sunday.
I Subject for the: morning sermon ,
which is authorityto
Railway seeking
T. Ltrwthome.Teacher ---- -- -- --
Harrel vsltor to
Guy was a
will be
"The Warning.
Junior Class, Mrs. A. A. extend its lines in Florida, Pres.
I('t Gainesville, Saturday. Durden. dent S. Daves Warfield told the In- The subject for the evening sermon:
Mr. and Mrs. Wilward: Raborn and
ri will be "The Crisis"ST.
Teacher Primary Class, Mrs. H. B.Peeple. ertstate Commerce Commission the ,
daughter, Louise, of St. Petersburg,
pent week end here with his sister, .. Asst. Mrs. W. B. Alexander. other day that in the face of big op. MARK'SSt.

Mrs. W. M. lIarrell.I. Teacher Beginners Cass! Mrs. portunlties and personal Inducement,

r Mrs. Climtine Harris, of Raiford, Lynn Hall. Asst. Mrs. J. V. Jones. he did not own an has not owned per. Mark's Episcopal chart,h: Sunday -
sonally one foot of Florida real es- services at 11:00
Is spending a few days here with her a. m.
brother, Allen Conerly. FIVE MILE I
"I believe it duty Mr. Warfield
W. H. Harrell was a vector to
added, "to act in these matters for I
Gainesville, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. T.D. Proctor arrived l
J. F. Houser has opened up his Sunday from Davenport and are occupying the Seaboard Air Line Railway alone Sunday School-10:00 A. M. JAM 17

real estate office on Main Street and the Jesse cottage.Mr. and without reference to any emolu. I Morning WOl'llhip-l1oo A. M. DISOfi IS30Nif

\ has been kept busy all the week. Proctor has accepted a position ments which might accru through Sermon: "An Ideal Church.

Miss RebaA; Maxwell has recently with the Union County Times.B. personal investments in Florida lands. I Evening Worship-7:30: P. M.

visited her ,sister Miss Julia Maxwellof I P. Hudson and Mr. P. Deckle, Works for SeaboardMr. Sermon: "A Praiseworthy Church Scot
Warfield also Taught
pointed out that
Jacksonville.J. of Watertown, Ruel Rukes Cecil I
las the heaviest holder
R. Colley, of Went Palm Beach, Douglass and D. J. Plume, called on I' of Seaboard NOTICE
Is spending this week with friends I Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Deckle, Sunday I stocks, bought at higher prices than
and relatives here. Ardell Drawdy hat the misfortuneto they would bring" on the market to. New River Association will convene UHfflllH Madison Thrift

Mrs. C. P. Sasser and daughter break his arm Sunday while crank. Florida lands. with Starke Church October 80th. for

Clara May, Mrs. J. T. Thomas and'I ing his car. day, he had held them from the time a three days session. All church clerks

M children Herbert and Lorene aU of j Mrs. P. P. Dekle and Miss Gather of purchase because it was his aim to who have not received blank Associtionul .. IIIiIIIIIII President James Madison often re-

Valdosta, Ga.*. spent last Saturday free Ranen spent Saturday In Lake make the road a great link in the letters kindly let me know and erred to the lessons of thrift taught
b with friends and relatives here. j:I Butler, guests of Mrs. T. J. Dekle. transportation system of the country. I will supply you at once. IIIIIHIIiI
when Donald
I blm a youth by Robert
Mrs.'T. J, Durden has recently had Klrke Dekle spent the week end In More than any other-man he declared D. W. MOORE

.a her guest, her son, C. A Durdn < Lake Butler, guest of his cousins, he was personally interested in the Clerk, lODe a !Scotch schoolmaster. ;

Rev Hicks of Waldo filled his regular .I! W. II. Dowling is visiting relativesIn tion which it serves. IllhllIllhllIll Thrift and banking fo hand In band.

appointment here last Sunday Lake Butler. Outlining plans for extending its NOTICE DEED OP UNDER APPLICATION SECTION POR TAX IllilIlIllIllIl Thrift means banking. Banking means I

A' M. and P. M. j Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke were track from West Palm Beach to MIami TUB: GENERAL STATUTES 171 OP thrift '.

Dr. Biggs, of Starke was a profes.j shopping in Dukes Friday. to help relieve congestion on the

sional visitor here last Tuesday (1 Mr. and Mrs. Brady McLeod were East Coast, Mr. Warfield said provision Hereby. notice .tm .lv.n that. I. M. Trab Thrift and tanking are national sloe ,
Miss Cleo Price is spending this guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle, had ben made to increase the car. I purehaeer of tax ealea certificate numbered"
i respectively 177 193 214 and 120 bailed. 1>, today.
week with friends at Graham. Monday.Mr. rying capacity of the system by closing the Tax Collector of Bradford County Flor. raGS
I and Mrs. Ardell Drawdy were the twenty-two-mile gap between da Said certificate numbered. 177 "being daed -
July 2nd.. 1817 and aid certificate numb. SM M at one about your banking.
S visitors to Lake Butler, Monday. I Invernes and Brookville, thus !giving end ma bins. dated July 7th., 1019
BROOKER Mrs. Holder and children were a second Seaboard line out of Tampa and laid certificate numbered 214 bins

I quests, Sunday of her sister, Mrs. L. 'I and St. Petersburg and by installing ,dated fieat Anewt numbered. 2nd.120. 1820.being and. dated aald e.rti-July

,; A. D. Crosby and nephew, Robert, ''G. Johnson. II automatic signals on 253 miles of 2nd.. 1928 and haa filed raid certificate* I Ii In
kt'' of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here. I, road between Richmond and Hamlet, ,''i,, tax my deed office to and.law hav In aaeordanc mad application. with Jaw.for
1 : Henry Shaw is attending to business [I Ocala-Co-incident with a "press ; N. C. Other improvements include in. I Ii '1 Raid certificate respectively embrace th.
In Miami, this week. i !i terlocking plans which will shorten following land In Bradford County Florida Bradford
,report regarding a recent operationupon aaaceeed at the data .C the .nausea of such County BankBradford
H. P. Gainey was attending to business a child at Jacksonville recently schedules, some double tracking on certifleatea In the' name reopoettvely her.

1 In Jacksonville, Friday, I! for the removal of a splinter from its'l Jacksonville-Tampa line; relaying ap.j| fnafter Certificate.particularly No. 177 net embrace forth, ,to-wltt .
i' Noctbwtqurter County's Financial
Mr. Wynn, of Hampton was a bust I Ig. throat, was a similar delicate surgU proximately 200 rnUes of track with of Southeast Quartait Section 14. Stronghold
ness visitor here, Friday. ,cal achievement here. Emma Charles, 10&ipound rail building and length. 'Township 7. B._Rani 20 Bait: 40 aerea, a*. Established 1889 STARK FLA.
Mrs D. W. Hazen is her enlng side tracks extensive transfer eeiied Vnkao
visiting negro girl, tried to remove a splinter,I ; Certificate No. lea embrace* Sonthau
j't' son, Fred Hasen at Avon Park, this from her hand with her month. She I and yard facilities at Baldwin and quarter of Soot>we t quart r. Section 2.
)f r week. I sucked the splinter into Wldwood and the purchase of fifty :ZTownehlp:...- Unknown.i 7. S. .a.&.* 22 Eaat: 40 aerea, ae-

Mrs. Millie Gainey, Mrs. K. Mott, 'I pipe. An operation at a local hospital'' locomotives and other equipment. i i Certificate No. 214 embrace Northeai
; T. B. Pinholster Mrs. Jim Groover, followed. It was successful. Already- Justified 'quarter of Northweat' quarter of Southweet
L. R. Gainey Misses Lois and Tolee.''I i I Mr. Warfield explained how theI :quarter 22 Eaat. Section 10 .....2S. ,imaand Township Swallow.. 8. Bane Announcing Opening of Real
i do, all attended the Primitive Baptist; Avon Perk-William! Klnp, pr:>>ml. I Cross-State connection which put the i .. A Hopkin -

r, Association In Jacksonville, Sunday.A. ,, 'nently known throughout the High. 1 Seaboard into West Palm Beach had Certificate No. 120 embrace Lota 1. t of Estate
L. Cro ly and Miss Ruble Gainey e, land as Uncle Billy the lira* real I helped develop the wonderful ridge Block 41 L. T. a Co' 8ab.Dielloni. of North Exchange
eaet of .,
I quarter Nortbeaatqaartac.. Section
were visitors to Starko Sunday. estate man In the Scenic Highlands, and lake section of Florida. i 2fl. Township e. 8. Rang 22 East sa..d II i
R. A. Weeks was attending to business has retired. The opportunities afforded, by the W. E. BnelL 1
'r in Starke, Monday I I Mr. King came to Avon Park in the State of Florida," he said, "stood out I, Unite. said certificate shall. be redeemedacoordln 1I I
to law tax dead ......
i r Mr. and Mr. Guy Long of Hamp.ton eighties with the founder of the Ridge in bold relief; with ,,36,000,000 acres ',
spent Sunday evening here. i I metropolis, and has lived here since 22,000,000 of which were capable of | Wltneai "my official llinctare and eeal t thug t
Mrs S. M. Mott and children was 'then. He has been in the rent estate productive development only so-ne 'the Htb. day of July A. D. 12S. around one thousand dollars to be spent between now

f the guest of Tom Dukes of Five Mile, business and a fruit grower since his 2,000,000 acres developed ita exten.I' O. W. ALDERMAN!: and
r Sunday. I arrival. i rive coastal area, projuctlvlty of tts! I I(IS.sq) Clerk of the Circuit; Court Bradford .. December I st., to advertise lands in and around

Tom Dukes of Five Mile was it- ,I For four years ho was chairman of soils for both citrus fruits and veget. ;' County. Florida.By Bradford County.If .
.1i 0. A. KNIGHT
tending to business here Friday. i the Highlands. County Commiseione..santi abler, with climate conditions unsurpassed i 10-l-It.l-ll Deputy Clerk.

4J I Dr. E. L. Biggs: of Starke, was a i previous to that time had.,roepre-I it did not require stretch of'''III have land to sell I will find the :
you Writeor
c" buyer.
visitor here sented the Highlands District the imagination
Wednesday. : .la to recognise the -oppor.j settled whole.
I as a Fort Myers he
Mr. ''and Mrs. L. IL Futch, of(I j r County Commission of DcSoto.Coon- tunites for development and con- i la added will have 200,000 population, If call giving me description of what you have to
Graham, was the guests of her par.,|,, ty. lie wan ono of the filet growers structve work which the State held railroad facilities
are provided for
ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby,''In' the State to successfully produce: out." I Its sell.
earring: products to market. It
,+ Thursday. lemons, and his product took first i Finding the State) was forging I! would be a calamity he
declared If
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son,j. prize for lemons at several Florida 1 ahead so fast on both coasts that itjt he Seaboard failed to get authority
Clarence Prof. C. H. Williams and fairs a decade ago. ;< woud! Boon hft beyond the capacity t\4' *
o build a* it had planned: as the fu.
Misses Arden Brown I nil'i.e; S; facill-1' E. M.
Llllle Mae Anderson I existing and lure of the transportation. THOMASOffice
and Ruth Smith: all were attending St. Petersburg-Organized under ties to take care of the busness, Mr. '

c to business in Gainesville, flthe name The Tampa Shores Corporation | Warflold said that he had set out to ,i i ) Boyd's Store
Sunday. group of New York, Mia. i build and that Eastern bankers con. FOR OVER over

Supt. H. B. Wiggins\ was attending ml. Boston and St. Petersburg capitalists i i vinced of the wisdom of; the step, had Stairway at rear of Strout Agency BuildingFruit

ii to business here Wednesday. headed by Henry S. Duncan, 'taken the big bond issues necessary
of New Tork, have purchased the I i Ito finance construction. zoo YEARS

HAMPTON Charles P. Bland, Harry E Pretty, i Gets On
t man Interests in the town of Olds "The Seaboard,Sound" he Basis said, "has IIInwu--..... ..on '_...m ....._..._".. .. ._..._".._...._ ._... ...._ ......

1 ; Rev. E. S. Taylor, pastor of the mar, the transaction involving approximately been brought in an incredibly short haarlem oil has been a world

First Christian church ,of Hampton, $7,000,000. The name of time from a so-called .wO k' cardir wide remedy for kidney liver and

will fill his regular appointment here the town will be changed to( Tampa 'to\'| a strong one; this l I. evidenced! by bladder disorders, rheumatism

next Sunday A. M. and P. M. Shorts as a great recreational cent. :i' the fact that within about a year from lumbago and uric acid conditions. Trees

I ,.. Miss Artie Goosby, who has been nors will be to establish Tampa''the financing and construction of tho

the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. L. I Shores as a great recreational cenUl I Cross-Florida railroad, $35,000,000 of: I 1
Birt, returned to her home In Alachua er. Some four thousand Iota within bonds have been sold at prices high. ()a !

1 County. last Saturday. the original townslte and 1.000 acres ly satisfactory, culminating In the I OIL

: Mr. Cochrel and family of North of ground surrounding the town are sale! of these Fint Had:: Consolidated r..., ...:UO-... !J.

Carolina, have recently; located Included U the i.-l l as we1! ? all]i''as to enable ills railrovJ to continue

Taylor cottage, on Chuck ,' inh'l public utilities and manufacturingplants to take care of its system expend!' Correct Internal troubles,stimulate vital Pecans Satsumas
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore of : held by the: former owners. tures bringing the railroad back to often Three aim.All druggist Insist

reese, were the guests offMrs.. Construction of. two eighteen hole and far beyond its pre-war financial on the original genuine GOLD MEDAL.Habitual ". .
-I{ Moore's parents Mr.;: and Mr DaXd Rolf" courses 11 the completion of tho status. r

Jones. Hotel LaFayette. started early this Golvernor Martin, Appearing also Constipation/ CuredIn .Any other varieties youwanj.: .
l f Mrs. O. Haynes, Mrs. R. M. Faver year, will be pushed with all possible before the commission to urge early "LAX-FOS WITH 14 to PEPSIN"l I Day ia ,
a specially ,
and daughter, Miss Mary Blanch, speed according to President Duncan action on the Seaboard's request, predicted prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habltna1Constipation. ,r' i .
\: were the guests of Mrs. Pavers niece. Oldsmar was founded by R E. Olda, that the time was not far distant It reltovee promptly and

Mrs. S. M. Simmons, of Maxwell. this I of Ganging Mich. when Miami would have half a stvoukl be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days Ornamentali .L

J week.. J t' million people, and the section between to Indue regular action. It Stimulates and
1 Revs and I Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60o ,r .
t r : Mrs. E. S. Taylor, have re H&lboumFourteen :persons are Miami and West Palm BeachLIST per bottle. I "

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t:, Concerning Our People, Business and county commlssionen from holding

f f.Ir' Progre of the County and Town. the no-fence election on Oct. 20th. of Starke

,! I Miss Mary G. Dodd, R N. and Miss
1'J 1 1i Isabelle MacCann, R. N., of the State
it Board of Health have spent the past
i WEATHER REPORT J. N. Street, of Gainesville, was ,
transacting busines here last Friday. week here attending to health conditions .. as reported to the Comptroller
I In the Starke school and also
Weather Report for week ending I<
II in other school. in Bradford County.
October 14, 1925. I I I Just arrived-New MillineryatSternberg's. Monday afternoon Miss MacCann lec-

I, Oct.8 8 91 87'.00' '1 tured to the parents, at the high September 28th 1925 -
73 .00
Oct 9 93 ,
school auditorium, her subject being ...
Oct. 10 70 68 .00 i I Jas. Sheppard of Groveland, spent In regard to the disease and ailments
Oct. 11 79 .7 .00 ,> the weekend here with his family. that attack the c lldren.I .
Oct 12 84 68 00

I Oct.Oct 13 a 88 69 62 83 .00..UOI 1 Ladles bring your list of Dry'I Legal blank for sale a* the Telegraph I II .

I! Goods you need for fall to ollieMn. -.
''I No Rain I I'I I Stump's and save a lot of money.I RESOURCES LIABILITIES

J. T. Moore, of Lawtey, motored -
Jesse Shackelford, of Gainesville, Bob Shipman, of Waldo, was in I to Starke Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. I Cash on hand and in banks $ 67,516.94 Capital Stock $ 15,000.00
was in Starke, Wednesday. II town, Sunday afternoon.
G. H. Bennet spent Tuesdayin United State Bonds 11,550.00 Surplus and Undivided

D. J. Cox, of Orlando, spent several -I Horace Wilson of Greensboro, was Jacksonville
days here this week. I County and Municipal Bond 27,000.00 22,371.14
I In town the first of ,the week. Mrs. C. A. Knight left Monday for
Macon, Oa., where she will spent All Loan and Discounts 163,886.06 Deposits 251,525.54
Go to the Big Sale now oh at!i Sale Prices at' -Stamp's are sometime with relatives and friends. I

Stump's. much cheaper than you can Overdraft 625.75

I| get anywhere. I Messrs. A. M. Blanchard and J. I.. Banking House Furniture and
I Starke Growers will meet at Court I ,
Harrell, of Lawtey were business
House, Saturday, Oct. 17th. at 3 P. M. I J. B. Sapp, from the Heilbron visitors to Starke, Wednesday. II Fixture 9,265.19 S

Springs section, was in town Monday.
Mrs. F. H. Long: and son, Richard, Other Real Estate
in Jacksonville. I Mrs. Perry Dover has returned i I 8,850.34
spent Monday Legal. blanks for sale at the Telegraph '
I offlce, home after spending* several months Tax Certificates 202.40
New Models In Gossard Corsets I with relatives in North Carolina.

and Brassieres at Stump's.F. Dr. E. R. Mashbum, of the State
Mrs. M. A. Baisden and daughtershave
Total S288.896.68 Total $288,896.68
Farm, was in town, Monday.
F, Stump left Saturday evening moved into the house recently
Miss Syd Brown, of Jacksonville, is Mrs. W. J. Jones and father, H. D. vacated by Mr. and Mrs L. II. East

visiting friends at Kingsley Lake. Wasdin, of Graham were in town man, on West Call St.

Sale atStump' Mr. and Mrs O. W. White and chil-
Big. Bargain now on a
Beautiful line dren, Mrs. G. C. Bates and children
.. Just arrived-

Frank Carpenter of the University of ladles' coats at Steinberg's. noon.motored to Gainesville Sunday On the strength of the foregoing statement we solicit

Judge A. Z. Adkins returned after-I
of Fla., was a visitor here during
the week end. Tuesday from Hot Springs, Arfl., F. F. Stump returned Friday the accounts of who are looking for efficient
where he spent a month's vacation. a business trip to New persons ,

Mrs. R. .Fernandez. spent a few Leesburg, where he has branch dry
I days of last week!! !in Jacksonville. Mrs. E, L. Biggs and Miss Ethel goods stores. I and courteous banking service.
Griffin motored to Gainesville Saturday .-

P. E. Canover of Starke, is spend'ing Mrs. George Roberts M..,.. Will
f Edwards and Mrs. Mayo, of Lawtey
several dnys in Avon Park, visIting
his friend, B. F. Hayes. 'Just arrived-New line of were visitors to Starke, Wednesday ,
I dresses at Sternberg's. afternoon.

Lois and Toledo Galney, of Brooker, Mrs. E. M. Thomas went to Palatka I
Thomas Mersereau and family have
were visitors here Friday.Miss I Monday evening to visit( her sister, moved here from Highland, the family OF
Mrs. T. E. Strange.
Florida from
originally coming
Laura Wynn who is one I
the faculty of the Lawtey School, Hollis V. Knight, of the Universityof The Dank of Helpful ServiceE.

spent the weekend here with home Florida, spent Sunday with his Captain E. A. Saulsbury, of Call

folks. parents, Col. and Mn. D. E. Knight. fornia and B rook sV'ille' has been In S. MATTHEWS, Pres. R. J. DAVIS, Cashier

Schell Byrd of Graham was a visitor Starka during the past few days
Maurice G. Langford spent the looking over property in this section.
to town, Saturday.Mr. I I week end in Jacksonville. the guest ol .

of friends. I Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Canova, Paul
and Mrs. Thos. Oldham
Sat I I E. Canova Jr., Eunice Canova, E. E. I
Graham visitors to town
were -- -- ----- --- --------
Seven day Bargain Event at Canova
urday. I Stern berg's. lian Canova, Miss spent Mary Saturday Canov..nd in Jack Ju- r Renew Your Health _._._ ...........""""' --..._...._.-.-,... .-. \I/" ......

sonville. While there they visited i-V.-u..u..u.
Percy Griffin of Hampton was In Mrs. Lucy Powell returned home
Mrs. E. E. Canova who Is In River. I
town last Friday afternoon.Hal I' Friday after spending the summer Purification
with relatives in Newton, N. C. ovs side automobile Hospital, recovering accident from a seri. : by Wood Wanted

Maines, of Lake Butler, was a,
visitor to town Saturday. :I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Demorest return. I Any physician will tell you that
; ed home Frday after noon after Legal blanks for sale a' Uie Tele- "Perfect Purification of the System .

Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and I spending the summer in Virginia and graph odes is Nature's foundation of Beginning; September 1st., we will pay $5.75 per CordF.

children spent Sunday with relativesat North Carolina. Perfect Health." Why not rid O. D. Jacksonville for first class four foot light
Mrs. M.
A. Baisden
Brooker.PeppertH. desire to most sinceafely and thank daughters all yonrself of chronic ailments that wood suitable for retort purposes, and four foot oak
[ Mrs. E. E. Canova is expected: to vitality
their friends who generously help are undermining your wood $5.00 cord F. O. B Jacksonville.
sheets all sizes for i return home tomorrow from River them Purify your entire system by taking per ,
ed to started
get to housekeep
at Stump's October Sale.! I side Hospital, where she has spent
$1.23 ''the weeks of ing after their recent fire, which de. a thorough course of Calotabs, W. purchase wood twelve months la the year and always endeavor .
past two on account a
Miss Ruby Gainey of Brooker wa i serious automobile accident. stroyed all their houehold good! --once or twice a week for several to give full measurements and make return promptly
in town, Sunday. Mrs. Baisden is now comfortably located weeks-and see how Nature rewards
I I Beautiful Doll Given away at the Eastman cottage on you with health. When making shipments mall us copy of your. Mil of lading

Thad McLead spent the first of the''at Sternberg's. West Call St. Calotabs. .are the greatest of all

week in Chester, S. C., visiting his ,system purifiers. Get a family
parents. I i Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow and E; M. Thomas' spent' several days ,I package: containing full directions Florida Wood Products Co. .
nf last week in Orlando Lake.land ,
'daughter,I Mine Carrie and Miss Isa and price 35 eta ; trial package .
Thomas Turner, of Waldo, spent bel Fernandez spent the week end on business. 10 eta. At any drug store. (Adv.) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
the week-end here. I In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. R.

A store full of new goods. Get .. .
Sale prices at Stump s. A. W. Redgraws, engineer on the Report of tha Condition of,
I Wannee Branch, has purchased the County Florida Bank at In.at at,Stark.. of. bualnaaa In the State of
I 8ptanib
E. C. Long superintendent of road |property on Water St., of the late 25. 1026. I I. a .-..... pg We can charge ur
work for Adams and Sanders contractor -;i Thos. C. Harris. Mr. Redgravee has I RMOURCM Malaria, Chills aad Fever YES 8 HR
,, who are engaged in work in moved his family here, from Tampa All Loam and DlMounta _____n_ 14274117.77
Ov.rdralta ____ _____ -k------ S.S.II'7 Deign or Bilious FeterII I
South Florida, was a visitor here. and we gladly welcome them to our I United. eSNos Bond n__n_..... lit 00.011Rte. I oat Ik* ,__ Storage Battery In u.Smith's .
part of last week. town. .. County and Municipal Bono 1000,00Bo'1l.ln.

and ..Fixturva ho..... Furniture..._ .........__ 190oo.oooth.r I Mrs. A. M. Bennett and Mrs. O. W. 1
tl\ Contracts for deeds, chattel mortgage I for New York, where he bee spent 1 1I Real. ieta: .-.-_____n.____ 1849.18 White spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. I

blanks, option contracts, warranty I the week doing heavy winter buyingfor I Due Caah from ttftnm Incorporated______00____Bank_...._'n____ tlUU.10 UIO.SO Dr. H. A. Tucker was in Jackson- i Garagey Flake:
retain title notes, turpentine __ __
deed., his four dry good stores. Mr. Ca h on Hand u.nnn U6 0.16 .
sale at tile ville last Friday.
leaaea. etc, | Stump established his headquarter Total .._____..__________, 00 s nl4a.l2LIABILITIES I _._ .
Telegraph efflea. | in Starke a number of years ago, and - -- -- --' -- -
New Goods for
arriving dally
sine that time has opened three
J. W. Edwards and Capital Stock Paid In ____....____ 4000000 Stump's October Sale. w ,
Mr, and Mrs. branch stores in different parts of the:
Mrs. Ed Burplua Fund ____.____...hn IDOOO.OO
children spent Sunday with Ute. Undivided Praflta (Laai E._ I Lake Alfred to 280-
wards' parents, Mr. and Mrs."S. J. I I'I Individual and TaiM Dtpoalta Paid)lufajMt.-._-...-.. KM.... 000 dollar bond-City issue, for vote Improvinglocal on J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

Prescott, of Sampson City. 'I L. S. Hutto, accompanied by his To ClMk ___._>.._________ 1K7IOA43 stret-s
, daughter, Mn. Arthur Hall, came up II Savin. Drpoalta ..__n_._____. I44ID*.49 ,
toStump's Tim. CwtlflcaM of tWpo.it S8'.n .
Save money by going from Ocochobee recently, and Mn. CU.....*. CbMka. Outatandlnc. ._00 00 ttOt.lt INSURANCEAGENCY
Sale now on. Hall will spend several weeks here
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with her parents. Mr. and Mn. 1. d.:I.I I Total unnn (mi 43.1*
t4 friends of Mrs. W. A. rENT-A-WORD ESTABLISHED
The many i Hutto. State of Florida. County af Bradford. a t 1886
N 1 Stern. are,glad to se her out again, I i
f. i. Jt. FIteh..bl.r af the .__.-.l
after a recent operation. The W. C. T. U. held their regular ..It. do aoimnlr mar that ,... abovetatemant I
I business meeting Tuesday efternooe, la ,.... to ,... few of aiv knowltdca : STARKE, FLA.

Special Sale prices on afl Dry land the election of officers resulted and ballaf. r. H. BITCH.

Goods at Stump's. ''as follows: President, Mrs. A. Wood; CaaMarCOIIIIECT FOR SALE-or trade for real estate
Vice-President Mn. W. E. Middle. T- BITCH 1 uaed .Essex Coach; 1 Overland ..

I ton; Secretary, Mn. J. W. White I Touring ear. Quigley! and Davis. I --, _. '--."_.-"- ----- '==- .. -- ..
Treasurer Mn. R. F. Clark. CONTVACTOIM 10-16-2t.
I THEAmerican _..d NOTICE bide will TO ba _.id tor .... Board Ed r.. Browne,Rt A,Starke 7-U-tf taken now for January delivery
the number of Starke af Bead Truataaa af Bradford _n,,.. Flori"".. stock from this vineyard under oureon.tant
Among people .t tha offb' of ,... 8..n>Urr of tha Board WANTED-Pfecan beaten, wages FOR SALE-A nice young thorough .
at all times.Good
prtendng the John Robinson Cir. Start.. Florida until 10,44 .lo.k A. M. 'I supervision
., LunchIS Jacksonville, last Tuesday, of N__.... II'''., A. D. .3S. .nd at that I2JSO per day See H. L. Stevensonor bred Shetland pony. Well broken, heavy vines, pure Concord
cue tlmo pnbllclr' opened for ,... ....rln./ of ap- J. E. Norman. It. and gentle, to ride and boggy. Just strsln. Best table Instate
were tn. J. L. Peek, Mn. O. L., praxfanatelr Nln..... 111 .._ of rlaht of the N. D.W.l.wrigbt grape grown
to devalop
the thing boys.
.. Vanilarnllt School Houaa and a spIervlM shipper. flS
Mn. J. road 'mm
Mlsa Lucile Mitchell
A GOOD PLACETO to mad Five. Ail work to ... dova aaaordlaa; FOR RENT: Furnished house, S \ Stark, Fla. 9-2Stf. I per 100. Address all orders to A. J.
M. Mitchell Mn. J. Robinson 1\lr'l
apMlflaathma sad sad.sto
Bradford Covaty
u .ndb
,. ,I I rooms ath7jr W. Morgan I Swarti, Lawtey, or leave at this
and Mn. P.: E. Canova, Paul Canova,. of too Eaa aoorlnal Dapaft- I
EATs E. Canova. moss ., old _.'''. Eacb bid matt ba aa.companlad 1092t. FOR BALE-Bert Rustproof and rut- ofHce. 10- 9 3t-pd.
Jr., and E. .. _
br a antlflad *a>k for te7p.r AUa 1 I
gum Seed Oats, aDd Rye Seed.
cant of aatoant of bid Said anrck to ba -- PEANUTSr
E. M. Johns was in Falstka, Than. ada "" ,.bfa to B. .. Matthew, Chairmaa. FOR SALE 50.000 Missionary Straw- complete line of trucking andgarden XXD
.,Co rtney Board of Itoe4rr-_. berry plants, G. C. Sweat, Starke seed Seminole Seed Co., '
.day on businea before Judge A. V., TIle rlrbt to .-..... to rviaat any alt Fla. 1L 14 yean la the seed business, [f N. C. er Florida muter .... ....

Long. Mr. Johns is representing the bldgPL._ rid ._/tr.t..... way ho _. i9 Gaia.vine. Fla. 10-3-et. nuts '1.00 per bushel (few .....
,cattle: owners of Alachua county and 1M .fII.. .1 ,... 5551.an.L: ;: L MATrRJiWs.t'C. FOR SALE!: Genuine Missionary I r per p.ond) f. .. h. LoweD Its.H. .
- Te Ctue a CoW sa 0.. .., his trip to Palatka was for the pur. ......... Strawberry plants from Salisbury, NURSERY STOCK T. BALL COMPANY.

a r..... L.UA"E BROt10 1w.ea..a GUD111sti+ ..a.rw v. B pone of arguing, restrain on application the board for an of C.A.YVTCH.a..r.Iarr,. lt.M-H.lMI Maryland. Leave your order ..rI,. CONCORD GRAPE VINES: Orders ttf.. Lowed, I'Ia.r .

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six ___ ._ __ .. GRAPH FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 1923.
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lA I Destroy Cotton Stalks And Kill Boll Weevil

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Early destruction of cotton stalks'n '
Here's an excellent suggestion sent Aator-1100,000 bridge to be built Lake Alfred-Construction on 150.
the field after harvest is of
1 one out by a New York agricultural editor I
across St. Johns River. dollar hotel project
'' begun.
the; best ways to reduce the boll wee. : "When you have so much to do

FARMERS and FARMING til for next year. This help. to re. that you don't know where to begin -

duce the number of weevils survlv. try a short nap to start off with. It

Ing the winter, and consequently the helps you to push through the tasks r.e
-- -- number remaining to infest the fields and lets' you push aside the little wor. .

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE early next summer, say cotton sped. ries which are often more tiring than I I t

AKT1CLE3 OK FARM EXPERIENCES; ; AND METIIOD3: FOUNU ttlists of the Florida Experiment Sts. the work itself.

TO liE UEST SUITED Following are some of the advantages 1 Florida poultry raisers have you

/, I of early stalk destruction and any hens that you think are pretty I Ch3B >and Ferer Y 0

\ cleaning; : of the cotton field: good layers? Would you like to In. Dent oe.Malaria.
1. Many full-grown weevils
are crease the egg production in your
HOME DEMONSTRATIONAGENTS' killed outright. flock? Then you should get into the

g 1 1 REPORTS MOST VALUED ASSETS 2. Many full-grown weevils not home egg-laying contest. It starts g

e e e killed are weakened by starvation November 1 and will continue for one !
n ,I Every once in a while some fellow and will not have sufficient\ strength year. --
WORK IN GIRL'S CLUBS flashes forth the statement that the to pas the winter successfully ,

: : IS IMPORTANT DEMONSTRATION DUTY OF WORK world is getting worse day by day 3. Breeding of young weevils whichare I;, EXPRESSION OF TIIANKS "Could Better Fertilizer Be Made?

and is gradually going to ruin, or at most likely to survive the winter -
least its inhabitants are. I read two is prevented. We wish to express our heart felt
u Work with and through Junior and editorials recently regarding chur. thanks to our many friends who so
Stalk destruction facilitates the We Would Make It"
clubs occupies a good part of assisted the short
[j senior chas. One stated that If something planting of cover crops. kindly us during
of home demonstration illness and death of beloved husband .
I the time radical not done pretty soon to our
i was 5. Fall cleaning not only helps in
agents and greatly increases the effectiveness churches in rural sections such the control of the bol weevi but also and father, E. M. Coleman. Also SIMON PURE AND GEM BRANDS

1 j of their efforts. Just now churches would soon be threatenedwith destroys the winter home of anthrax. do we especially thank Dr. Parka, "Time Tried and Crop Tested"Sept

they are concerned with getting new extinction.It nose and of insect pests other than who so kindly assisted us. Sincerely tat mt? New PRICE LIST of Regular Brands Jail Issned. Get
p1 members enrolled during Boy's and has been my observation that boll weevils. Mrs E. M. Coleman and family. earn before placing year order. Send order now for FALL requirement

Girl's Club Enrollment Week, Octo- the rural churches are holding their Plow your cotton stalks under ear. I save delay and be ready when Fertilizer .la needed. QUALITY Brst, FAIR

ber 19.24, and other activities.inter. attendance pretty well, and probably ly and earlier, the better. t! Avoln Park-Plans under way for price, PROMPT ahiptaent.:
"Visited five schools Week n which better than the city churches. The |I constructing $50,000 city hall. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
est of Club Enrollment ,
proportion of people living in the SOME THINGS FLORIDA CLUB
wilt be put over strong in this coun. country is gradually decreasing, although BOYS AND GIRLS ARE DOING Mount Dora-Contract let at $407- _. h __ __ d__ __ _. _._ _
ty," says Mrs. Harriet Ticknor, home the number is not actually de 477.80, for constructingWekiwa Riv-

) demonstration agent in Pasco Coun. creasing. A greater number are go. Russell Henderson, a Madison er road.

/ ty.The ing to live in the cities, which reduces County cotton club boy, made 2,000 he2dllerBnickis :
teachers in Citrus County the proportion of the total, but pounds of seed cotton on his club HELP FOR OLD FOLKS
have agreed to help put over the not the actual number, left In the acre. Russell beat the boll weevil to

enrollment and to see that the boysas country. Automobiles and better It with good preparation of the land,

well as the girls have some work highways are making it possible for fertilizers and careful cultivation. He fvI 1.sizedMotorOweoJ"Ie

to do, according to Mrs. E. W. Moore, the farmer and his family to go into followed his county agent's advice. OU Age Shoals Be Happy Net e
Tine of fti 'knean and "
the home demonstration agent. ( SiiWermgToo
town for church services each SundayNo
Miss Pearl Jordon, home demonrtratlon sir, I am glad Jp say that the Lilian Slstrunk, a Suwannee County --
agent of Nassau County, says church in my community is notg oing club girl, raises purebred chickens.
that committees wove appointed by down. It is more alive than ever be. Last spring she hatched three sittings I many people begin: to suffer al

the Callahan Club to take care of the fore. The good rural people of the of eggs,, and has since sold middle age with constant backache,
14 different parts of the work. Also of. there eight pullets at $2.50 each, and 10 urinary ills and rheumatic pains and r.rk'TM '
community get together once
aohes. Weak the
kidneys are usually
t1 fleets were appointed for the year. a week and discuss crops and the wea. cockerels averaging $1.25 each, and I. cause and, if neglected, there Is danges
One of the' first things Miss Mu. still has 15 pullets and cockerels.The .
ther and a number of other things. of hardened arteries dropsy> gravel
tells Modole did after taking over the not the least of which is religion. home demonstrations ef Bright' dX.ea e. help.Y<:Ur weak.sued .
girls at
homo demonstration work of East i kidneys with a stimulant diuretil
There are evidences aplenty of "the
IHllsborough County at Plant City Paisley and Umatilla in Lake County before kidney disease Bets a firm hull|
Junior club at brotherhood of man" still left among have a room that is set aside as "club Use Doan's Pills. Thousands of oU
was to organize a new the rural people. Didn't the farmersof
t: number room" which they can use as they folks recommend Doan's.
and to reorganize a
Midway, the lIastings community recently see fit. I Here is :Starke; proof:
of other clubs. send a carload of corn to the drouth. ; L. H. Eastman, retired traveling '
CLb M.dd
J Yaae.pr l'wurr
,"i "Held three meetings of Junior stricken farmers of Georgia? The CHIPS |I man, Main St., says: "I had trpufelii
clubs," says Miss Josephine Ninuno i with my kidneys. There wns sere*
corn still kept coming in long after appreciate a art-drivint. easily.handled.
of Walton Coun y. "At these meet. No farm building 1st really complete ness across my back and I felt pretty
the filled offered but not
car was but tull-MieJ, inim-si-ftd car. The Better Buick
ings sowing Pecord booklets were until it is painted. lame. I snfferrd: with sevrr* psin* to
written and eight accepted.I my head too.( Doan's Pills helped: for in tance.
filled out.atorles grant that there is plenty of de. Paint me from the start. One box of Doaa'1cured
protects, ,
pairs of pillow slips etarted. vllishness in rural communities, but preserves me." Each Duick: model cents its capacity of full- room
The Brandon Club voted 100 per. maintain that there are still a lot of makes prettier farm buildings. Price GOc. at all dealers. Dost "ple-in relaxed ea e-without cramped legs or

1 cent to have vegetable gardens, according good people there also. Experiments in rubber growing are simply ask fur a kidney remedy ret necks. Tall people, especially, enjoy its extra
to Mrs. Mary S. Allen, agent The other editorial I read referredto now being conducted in Florida and Dan s Pills-the lame that ft*. head-room and Ieg-room.
t for West Hillsborough County. The i Eastman had. Fcoter-Milburn C*,
the prositution. rural churchesby in tropical American countries.
r Mfn. Buffalo. N. Y.jCATARRHAL American and above the
members also signed up to enter i men women are average
the ministers for financial -
I home improvement contests. That's most enough to make gain.one A quart of milk a day is not too stature. And a smaller car than Buick is apt to b.

I . . laugh. I have known rural ministers much for the growing chlnlj to drink. i DEAFNESSI tight-Ii ttl n::, low-cellinged crowded!

: t I EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY eI who have slaved for mere pittances; Produce better products than the I often caused by an Inflamed condition Drop in and try the ample, armchair comfort of a
iI' AGENTS' REPORTS and never have I known one who pros and will probably get a > of the mucous lining of the EuauioUlan car that is right in site. Bring some of your six-

I I tltuted his church for financial gain. better average price than you the average. :i have Tube.> aW rumbling this I tub Bound Is or Inflamed imperfectI you footer friends. You will find another big reasonwhy
i f Duval *(W L. Watson): Consider All rural ministers may not be as ed. I I hearing. Unleie the Inflammation can Buick Is so widely considered a better motor
+ able interest is being manifested in ucated as they should be, and it is Botulism or limberneck of chickensis be reduced forever.your hearing may be destroyed car-another reason hy there are a million and

i I and much favorable comment received even possible that there are some who caused by eating decaying food' HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Will more enthusiastic Buick owners.
agricultural are guilty of the charge contained in and maggots. Whenever a chicken or do what we. claim for It-rid your system
on the new county '' of Catarrh or afiieia caused by Or and will send Better Buick
II telephone, we a to
.r .' q booklet, which: covers briefly every the editorial, but the great majority other animal dies about the place, Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
.' phase of agriculture in the county. (J. of them are among the most faithful bury or burn it and prevent limber. 1 has base eucceeeful In the treatment of your home or office for you to try.

I 'f1i.' q:' n_. T..._l._.._,\ .. _A._._ a_ result!:.of load Care I, servants of the rural people. neck in the chickens, as well as a I Catarrh Sold by for all over drug1 Forty>tI >. Tears, BUICK MOTOR COMPANY. FLINT. MICH.OIMJ.

1 and feeding, ; pig and barrow club GIVE THE YOUNG PULLETSCOMFORTABLE spread of other diseases I I r. J. Ctwaey "Co., Toledo* Ck. DoooI.I....'0.-.1 110I_C.v..as

't members of the county wil have some -
good individuals to show at the fair.] QUARTERS -I

Leon (G. C. Hodge- Sweet pota.1 Success, with-fall and winter egg Dairy Cow Efficient Food Producer CJhel1eHerBUICKWHaN

,' toes are beginning to roll, and in the I production is going to depend large

next 10 days, two or thre cars per ly on the quarters in which the birds
9 week will be loaded. 1i i are housed, says N R. Mehrhof BETTOR! AUTOMOBILES ARB BUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD TMIU
Okeechobe: (HI| P. Peterson):Am|,poultryman for the agricultural ex. : 'Jk 5 T ?.5 22SS2
constantly urging the importance of tension service. .**t'wr***??*- 7SSSSJKK}
Au tyAl It
a realtor must eat to live, and the 1 Any sudden change of weather con. b

cost of living is mounting with the ditions will have a direct bearing on LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY h

f influx of people. i iMJRison I subsequent egg production.The J.M. Smith, Muu er. '
(B. F. Lawton): Five ,
young pullets should be
Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties
1 acres of com that was fertilized according vided with a house that will keep ,

to the agent's Instructions'yielded them comfortable. A contented pul.

three times as much as a plot let is a profitable one. When better automobiles aw built Buick will build diem

not fertilized. I The birds need plenty of ventilla-
St. Johns (P. S. Taylor): Made ar. tlon, this making it necessary not to -

rangements this week for putting on' crowd and also not to make the house if m; "nv 4 *". < tesssa.re. tax.uxeIN ___. a..______

potato disease control demonstrationsnext I I too tightly constructed.On Lfi i 4" -*->>*(? '* .

spring. The Elkton community is the other hand the birds must ,. _'" '' __ ..-.. ...." ---or -' JWT-, v,VW ", l lIVoptrJy
making splendid progrecs in raising I not be allowed to roost in drafts. A 1101111I1./ cut town( awf* .i.01 bacrru" e .
money for a community hall. I I I great percentage of colds are brought With Increasing rental. and value
/ Volauia (C. D. Case) : County about by the birds being in drafts or of farm lands: dairy farming I It t's
Sechool Attendance Officer Stingley, rapidly I replacing other types of :'r rrti
'N in a too-crowded house. live Mock farnilntr.! A dairy cow
after having already arranged the Some of the things to consider relative producing S.OUO pounds, of milk a
program for the two-day meeting of to poultry houses are ventilation year furnishes. 1.000 pounds of dry
to matter all of which Is edible and
six counties
school teachers from
freedom of drafts dryness sun. 1
dlgc tlble. A two year oM stew
7 V be held at Orlando October 15-16, light, convenience, roominess and *c. weighing brtwf-n 1.200 and 1,300 a ,--
k changed it and arranged for two onomy. pounds furulshvii al.uut! 650; pounds '
periods at which plans for club work j Look around and of dry matter not all of which can
see that
every. food. In words
be used for other *
Week be
and Club Enrollment can thing is ready for the pullets about fairly good producing dntrv cow !
presented. 1 to lay. Egg production this winter furnishes twlco n" lunch cflthlo dry
matter la ono yrar as n !Rood two
BROOKS TO INVESTIGATE means money for the producer. ;year old steer when he Is killed for esrr.rpr. Tsar Yv ewMused I
ear nn
; STRAWBERRY DISEASES Keep the birds and houses clean. meat. A cow can be kept for additional / is/w/ t rhuvy
I Do not allow parasites to retard pro. years" of service. while. to replace ... -
disease j ductlon. the steer. another animal
Strawberry Investigations
must be fed for a peiloU of two .. ..,,-.
at Plant City were started recently .,. .
BEES SHOULD HAVE :years. .., Ia.
Brooks r .d r
with the arrival of Dr. A. N. Tl 9f"n"-'' t. intlri cf h r. r Mdr seas, i
( yi who has been secured to take charge PLENTY OF STORES milk r.,.. wy..a ..J iucrv.aki.,1 tier.- I
of the work there. This work is being FOR THIS WINTER 4J gallons of whom milk In 1918 good The most important tire
; t ft ; of In order to secure the maximum to more than 54 Billions In 1925. be wide and deep. A cutter Is
conducted under the supervision With growing acceptance of milka 14 Inches to 18 Inches In width and
theo State Plant Board and in cOOp. strength early next spring the bee. a food has mm an Incronolnxknowledge 9 or 10 Inches below the plitrorrn.
'. ration with the Florida Agricultur. keeper should see to it that his col. of the proper cape of' Bedding should be clean and plen announcement of years:
1' onlea have sufficient honey on handto milk on the farm. Because odors teous.
al Experiment Station. from foods and animals In the cow Long hair on the flanks, uJaers
Brooks will giveattention to last through the winter, If it runs table, easily taken by milk
7 Dr are up and tall above the switch of the can now equip your
1 short of food, the colony will dwindle Its flavor, they must not
all the diseases of the strawberry in. dairy cow should be removed at You
leaf disease and it will take longer to build up I como In contact with the milk. Removal regular Intervals. Removing this with a tire twice as
eluding root diseases, of the milk from the stable big cords and
|later on.The long hair remove the cltntrlnir place as ordinary
and fruit discaiies. In addition he a* soon as possible reduces tho of dirt which otherwise will full Into inflated only half the
( will also study varieties soil condl. beekeeper should also see to It\ amount of dust and dirt entering It the milk pall In quantities. Keeping to
hit. tons and smilar factors affecting the that all of the colonies have young and keeps down the bacterial growthIn the hair short on these parts of the pressure. It fits present
queens this fall, says J. C. Goodwin, the milk.Hacterla row permit cleaning In much less rims and costs about the
strawberry. '' Increase rapidly In warm time and more thoroughly Bruahtng .
; A graduate of the University of inspector of the State Pant Board. milk causing It to sour quickly. Removal should never be neglected. It same as ordinary tires. It
i Cincinnati, with a Ph.D. from Wiscon. A weak and failing queen should be of the animal heat from removes loom particles sticking to gives revolutionary ad.
1 sin Dr. Brooks has had considerable replaced at once, thus giving the I freshly drawn milk by" lowering the the body. When the hair Is short, vantagesof comfort and car: *
to that of cold well
temperature wiping the udders with a damp cloth
experience in fruit disease work, most young colony before cool weather; water (approximately <0* F.). just before milking hi an easy and MICHBOSTComfort": economy. It is the new
of which was done in Wisconsin. comes on. What young do for the colony greatly aids In preventing bacterial Important aid In securing clean milk. ..: Michelin Comfort Cord.
this month will be reflected next _rowtn. A well lighted well ventilated It la ,generally, recognized: that Cord
No Worm In a Healthy Child spring: when the colony commences milk house, not too clone. to most of the bacteria found In milk Will yuu come In to see ItlSmith's '
the stable Is also very helpful.Cleanliness finds Its source In dirt clinging to
t All children troubled with Worm haw an toy.heejiay work.A in the stable is vitallynecessary. the cow and dropping Into the pall
,. color. ,which Inrifretee pout blood and ass The stall platform should during milking theta Simple GarageStarke
..... than to man or .... stomach..dl.nub.ocaGKOVE'a South Dakota statistician has lie Just loot enough for the cow to will practically eliminate precaution
,A W5_ : TASTEUS3 TONIC UM blood.leaulariy.Iseor figured that all the gold and silver tend comfortably without room to this source of baot.rlal growth and Fla.
will enrich
three weeks
two pare; otherwise. the cow will become dairymen find thtmaelve well repaid ,
mined .
General SwomttnMiatTonJataUi In the world Is
t pos*the rtHxitnn."'art actssa equalled in va.I dirty from droppings when for the little time necessary In
*whole.TMra. NlarawUIUMaIhiow > ue by the eggs and poultry producedIn abe lea down. '1'h.ruU.1' should taking such precautions. r
oII..s-a tboI worm*,and UM Child will be I I
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Dunedin-Telephone system to be II I II Receipts During Month .---..._.... 411.40 i I :, Defendant* I..olv' In thta nit, and complainant Clnult of Flord. In end for Brad'or during' the legs) hours cf sal,.. for ibm i
improved. I f j jGroraland Warranta Issusd During Month _._ 1840.11 dare not know and by 4IIU Counl,.. In In that ... j pos. of satisfying. said final decree. Usa following ..-
""'-- I Ov.rdr.ft Oct. 1, 195 -----.__ IK.41 Bill* t. II...... Cleat Quiet| Till ... Ota-. 1.1 search and Inquiry has not been able therein pending between th. Federal Land 1 decerlbed re.1 estate. lying and brine ,
Electric line to I ......1.. .... | *r Rell.f whether. any of the dsf.nd.nta Bank of Columbia a o.nUon. complainant j In Bradford County, Florida. to-wtl(
power I Bal. Sept. 1. 1025 --'--__._.____ 11.SI residence Is alleged unknown. i.I Is and against H. J. ... Thomaa Jcrj j The North half of the East half ef tha
be extended from this place to MOB-I Warrant Issued During Month ...... 814 i It ntvrlnir from th. allffratUm of the i I dead er alive cr In existent or coil: and r y Smith cnGIa Smith and the I.awt.y NatI Stiuthrait quarter of Section Thirty-four ((84)). .
cot to. I Bal. Oat. 1. 1925 ______________ 7.-.1 .worn bill of complaint In the' above ....... t is alleged by the complainant In his I lonal Farm Loan Association a I Township Six (II). South Rang* Twenty-two '
.Itfl.. No. s thai tho a.. and resIdence of tho defendant. I i il ..r bil of complaint that h* believe d dvfuulanlo.. 81..tla. j (OS) Fast except therefrom Five .. In Usa
I n.i. sept i. ms _____u_________ .".01 l Edward >{ DI.k......... John F. Horr. S.....* ( t .* persons. Interested In said proper The undersigned Special Master la said, ,I) form of a qiiar" In th. Southeast corner. coo.
West Palm Beach-Six new dwellings Receipts During Month ___________ 140, en* and Cauthern if lIving and If drad. then i ii : ty Intolved In this suit .whoso name and raw*. .PI.lnt.to execute paid, decree will talning Thirty-five acre more or 1 lee*.
to be erected on city's Belvedere Warranta Issued During Month _. ".71 i: to thrtr: hlr*. dvlee. legato and _la_. j ji r.e and whoa residence ,Is unknown to com- n,n nd day of November, 1U28. D. E. KNIGHT
Bml. Oct. 1. 1B25 ____Un__________ .11./..i 1 are mil known there fa plaln.nl : and In said bill relIef .to prayed during th. legal hours of aale' thereon 'befor* I I Ith Special Master In Chancery
Road property.GrovelandGround. I ",,,'n.* "le. the. Suit of .I.d known to D'O\*: : \, I| agalnat curb known and unknown persons. court house door In Starke. Bradford I A. 8. CREWS

Ov.r draft Se,&. 1. 1925 _________... It 48i i the service of a subpoena upon whom would f,rm and e..Uon. I County Florida, cell the following described 5ollrl'nr for Complainant
broken for $16 i Receipt$ During Month _________.. 147.noI fclnif. the Hid defendant. and that It to .... I I H la ordered thai all: l land .Itu.lo In Bradford' County rloild.t. 10..110.
000 Hunter I Warranta ls.u d During Month _____. till.IH II..... bjr the complainant that th* named. I sons firms and corporations, named In r to the hl..h. bldd.r for cash to-wltt :
building cornor Broad Bal.no. Oat. 1. 1925 _____nn_____ UI.U defendant are Interested. In the property In* o.n. If living or In .existence end If The Southwest quarter of the Northwest MASTERS BALl
Street and Lake Avenue. IM.Irlet N.. 4 vrttved In this iuit and complainant alle.roa i or not In ..I..n. all persons claiming. any quarter ef tho Northwest quarter and 'the .
Dal. Sept. 1. 1925 ____n____________ 10.85 that h. doe not know and b,. diligent aeoroli I Interest by. through the defcndanto North half of the Northwot quarter of the Notice .to hereby. given. that under and VT
i Warrant. Issued and inquiry baa i aforesaid deceased not In existence. or. etherwise Houthwcct .... of virtue of that certain final deeree
St. Augustine $85,000 high school 'I During Month _... 8.10 not been able to aaoertaln the Northwest quarter I of forecloenr -
B.I. Oct. 1. ItttS _Un____________ 47.45( whether any of tho defendant who. real. : and .1 persons whomsoever whoa. and the West half of the Southeast quarter of made and entered en the lath day
building finished.MadisonMadison. I'I DUI/trt N.. S deneo .la allowed .. unknown \m dead or ..._ name. age resilience are alleged to) be th* Northwest quarter of the Northwest quar. I of "ptmho., A. D. *025. by Honorable 4.
B.I.) Sept. 1, 1925 _____________? 204.11, and It la alleged by the oompiainant tn his unknown to complainant and all persona er and the North half of the' Northeast quarter ef the Judge1 of the' Eighth
Quitman road Warrant Issued Dlrtng( Month 12!.US .warp bill of complaint that ho believe there. whose nan* to alleged as known whose real. of ha Southwe.t quarter of the Northeast 17. CI..al of Florida. In and for Brad.
' Bal. Oct. 1. 1IU5 ____.____....._ 11.40 are persona interested In saId property involved donoR to beyond the slat of Florida that quarter and the South half of the. Northwotquarter .. .. In Chancery ta that
added to Federal highway system. I I IMsutot Ne. I in thta nit. whoa. ...... and a*., and I may be Interested In the hereinafter 4rb of 'h Southwest quarter of the North ..f.. therein pending between 51k.omplainant .
Bal. Sept. 1. ares _______.____ .ao.11; .whoa ncldenoc .la unknown to oomplalnant ti ed property or any part! thereof west Q". of Section (14), I : : Bradford County Bank a
Approximately 3,000 acres Madison 1>_lp.. During Month ._____.__ 8'.4 Warrant Issued known and unknown ed as follows (22) East and I A.hford. widow, Delaney
OnrIng Month SIS.si persona firms or oorporatlona o"talln Thirty ((80k SI..lon.
County land sold, recently. I Bal. Oct. 1. 1925 --___________.._.. II10, All of the' South half of Southwest quarter more or haw.eald I ton SlngUton her husband. .
Ul.lrlcl ._.. TBat. : ThEREFORE It .. ordered. that alt per. weal of Railroad and all Northeast. quarter sate to be made pursuant to end for ,h Sammle Anderson .her h..d. Georgia Ash-

Lake Worth-Duplev equipment installed ). Sept 1. 1925 ________________ 1122 ( .on.. firm and ........nllon.. named In tl.taordor of Southwest quarter. West of Railroad, satisfaction of said final decree with' *nat.. ford. a minor and Millie Ashford a minor,
Warranta Issued If Ifvlnic or In ..I..n... and If ooad.or and the Taut half of Northwest quarter nfSnuthWMt A. 8. CREWS the and..I..nr Special Master In said cause
in local office of Western Union During Month ......
/<* all In Section Ten said' .
quarter 110
nut In Klatonao. al) Special Muter. '. will Mon.
Ort. 1. 1925 ___.___.______... pomona lalmln.r any .u d. on
67. two II day the Snd day ef
Telegraph Co. Dlelrlet intoraat by. under or through tho defendant ( ) IL containing o.h.t. T). rX KNIGHTSolicitor Nov. A. D. 1925. during
Ne. SBal. aforvaald diseased or othorwlao and all lownshln ), South for complainant., 10-S- t-10-80.. the legal houra of sale thereon. before the

Sept. 1. 192S ______....___..... 101.88 vo:11 ..ho.......... whooo ........ ;ago ....1 roal pop sores _.er lose. RD. TD. -. -' Court house door In Stark*. Bradford County
Dade City-Dade City Building Receipt During Month ....._____.... S20.(I< deuce are all..r.d aj unknown to complainant do appear to the said bill of complaint on or Florida sell the following described'
Corporation capitalized at $100,000, Warrant Issued During Month ._. III I I and all .pomona whooo. cam .la alleged .. before the second day of November A. IKH I SHERIFF'S SALE situated In Bradford County, Florida 1..1
BaL Oct. 1. 1925 __________._____ 2a. The
here. I 18249 known whoa ralden la beyond tho Stato and In due course define and set nowhatever northeast quarter of the Northwast
organized District Na.' I ,,0' Florfda., that may b* InUroatod In tho 'Internal you and cacti of you may Not.ce hj hereby given that T. W. J. Hop.'.. quarter of the Southeast quarter of Sectloa

Bal. S.pt. 1. 1925 _____________.... 42.14; hereinafter doiarlbod property or any part! have to the above described lands, or the s on aa Sheriff of Bradford County F'oHrla' 25 Township 5. South of Rang I East ..
Lake Worth-White way system to Warrant Issued Durlnr Month .... IS.71: thereof Irlnff and bunt In Bradford county said bill will be taken a. confessed against under ami by" virtue of that Writ of Kxeoutlon 'laming 10 acres more or Isce,

bo installed along Dixie highway I Overdraft Oct. 1. 1981 ____n______ 11.42 FJrrlda. drocrltwd .. follow I p 00. I laaued out of and under the hand and,, Also the Southeast quarter of th Southeast
Dwlrlct N.. 14)Bal. ) i I The Southraat quarter of Southwfdt quart.er I .to further ordered that Shim order be a ml ef tha Clerk of the Circuit of, quarter of the Southeast ""... of Section
through here. I Sept. 1. 1925 _______________ 14971 lection Seventeen ((17) alma! befflnnlntft publlhe once a week for four eonseeutlt Bradford County. Florida bearing off 2. To..n.hl. I. South of Range 2] Rail and
Receipt During Month n _______..... 1 40 t at Northwest comr of Southwest quarter nf weekly I.. In the Bradford County Teleirraph Amruat 18th. A. D. mil. on that certain Ju....., '_ acres more or las| .
Southwest a weekly of general meal obtained by Francla her Aim the We.t half of th. Northwest
Mount Dora-New Mount Dora Warrant IMued During Month _____ ; quartet aeetlon acvenfeeea ((17) newspaper al. Rol. by fleetrlrn.I. quarterof
Bal. 11787I and run North 105 feet thence South. 78 diI I I I ciilatlnn. publlh'in Stark. Bradford. Coun. J.m. Cask Ins. plaintiff v* J.m. the Northeast quarter of the Sonutheaatquarter
I Oct. 1. 1925 ________ ___
Trust ___ .
Bank & Co til 1
I .
opened. n Section
Rnftler and W.
ty. R Roaler 20
I .. ;I a-rer and 80 ,minute But about 982 feet. I aa en ecu tore of lbs TownshIp 8. South cf
1 N It to the Northweet earner of J. W. Hnteon.1 I WINES th. Honorable Judge of the 4*tat. of J K. Rnler deceased bearIng dato I Itanitc 22 r.e and containing 5 acre mere

Lake Alfred-City to vote on 260 Ral. Sept 1. 1025 ____.._n__.___. Ill.19 i lnd th.n.Iouth..I,.. atone Wet line of ', Circuit Court and the official the 7th day of July. 192.( In the Circuit Court or I.. \
)' Receipt During Month ____..______ *.00 I I maid| J. W. Hutaoo/a land about ISO feet, seal of the Clerk of the aid court aa nf Bradford County of Florida that I i Qnlil' nnl4, to be msde pursuant ti and for
000 dollar bond issue, for Improving Warrant luueri) During Month _.-- ISO U I thence North 78 do........ 80 minute Weal I well .. hi. .t..n.'.. this th. ttrd. day of ha,. I levied upon under aald execution and i he satisfaction of mild. derree and....
local strata II Bal Oct. 1. 1025 __________.___ ....14 about 883 feet to the crctlon line th.nee I October A. D. 18a. will sell at public auction In front of thocourthouse FLOYD GRFKN
IM.trlet No. IS Northerly alone Sectloti lIne to point of b*. (Seal) door on Monday the Second day Special Mast.*.

, Mount Dora-Donnoly: Park being Bal. Sept. 1. 18211 _________________ 419.M I Klnnln Section Seventeen (17) I O. W. ALDERMAN of November. A. D. 19811 durfnv tho' legal F M. JOII.
i Receipt During. Month _____.n_.... I.20> AI.O all of Boutheant quarter of Southeaat. CI.. CInull) Court Bradford County, hour ctf *alo thereon to the hlghvat and best J Solicitor 10-1.11108.
.1 improved. I W.rr.nt. Issued During Month ______ US.M, quarter of Section Elahtecn (18), lyIng East Florida.A. hiiMer for caiih all Interrat of the eatato of -----
Bal. Oct. 1. 1925 _________n_______ 241.74 i of:.oA't L. Railroad I 8. CKBW3 J. D. Roslvr. deceased. In tho foMowing land ] MASTER'S BALE
Sarasota-Work of filling in bay I 1 rW.lrlH N.. II !' Northwrat quarter of Northwest Solicitor for Compl.ln.nt lying and being Bradford Cun.... Stato -

Bal. Sspt. 1. 125 _______________ 84511 Quarter of Section Twenty (120) ; All of the 10-D-4U10-IO of Flo.ld....IUTho Hereby notice I. given' that tinder and
along entire city waterfront, to cost Receipts During Month __.__.._______B____ above bojnK la Township Bovon (7)). South Weal of the Northweat quarter of virtue of that final decree of .h
1000000. Warrant I..u.i During Month ...... 121.68 I I Hung. Twenty-two .UH> ICaiit: ooatslntng NOTICE OF Portion l ) Twelve Township Five South RantroTwentyone and entered on the I Nth day'o.l.u.of September. ,
Bat. Oct. 1. 1925 _________________ 121.41 I I 100 acme more or I... UNDER APPLICTTION FOR TAX DEal: Raat for tha purpose of aatuify I. by Honorable A. 7. Adkins. Judxc of
District N. 14 | dn bill of oomplalnt or or boI HCCTION 171 OF THE GENERAL low said judnmsnt with costa. the Circuit' Court of the Eighth Cle.suit.
Tampa-Holtsinger Furniture Co. Bat. Sept 1. 1925 .-. 8S1.S4 I fora the: : of November. A* D. 19.5 STATUTES. 111.nedl) W. J. JPPIRRON In and for Bradford County J.dl.I.1 In .

to erect $280,000 building on Frank. Receipt DuringMonth. _._..... .94 I'I and In dUo eourao define and pet up what _.A* Sheriff of .,, j In hat certain cauae pending between '"
; 11 Street. Warranta IssU'd During Month 88.68 I I ovor interest "you and each of you way Notice ,to hereby given that R. A. Green pur 101.1..10.1 Florida ,Knight .complainant ant Edgar Lee ..
Bal. Oct. 1. 1928 29J.32 i ''ha.. to tho abov dM.rlb d landa or the chaser nf Certificate No. 79. d. the. .,.h. Marry I'arriRh. Martha Cummlng.. .
),..,. N.. II J' aid bill will be taken .. .D'i.;; agaInst 1 .&. day Ta A. D. 100. has .said ORDER FOR PUBLICATION W H Cumnilnxs. defendant.

Tampa-Double-tracking: of entire Bal. Sept. 1. If 28 147.HI I ron certifIcate In my office h.made application & fendant.
Receipts. During. Month -....... 2.81 I t; It fa further. ordered that tItle order bol for tax deed to lsu* In aeordana In Court Eighth Judicial The
rcute between this Jacksonville Cirui flnctal Master In said
place and Warrant Issued During Month 190.1.9 l I pub MB bed one. a week. for four _....atJ.. with .law. Staid certificate embraces the following .unt,.. Florida. In Ch.n..CI."I i cause .un..I.no,
xecut ald deere
begun by Atlantic Coast Bal. Oat. 1. 'un ._ \ weekly tosiuea In the Bradford. County Tele- ..
2022 I I l described property, in B. Clara Heal, Complainant Monday' the Swennil day of November
I........ 'I graph, "U.I' I 19SS.
Line No II a weekly nowpaper of general alrou ford County. Florida '5. during' the legal houra of .
Railway. Bal. 8n>t. 1. 102. ....._ lation published. in Starka Bradford _anti'. I sale thsrson. before
87014 I lInt 120 't N jUt .I W H. H. R.. Defendant. the "nurt hou.door InHtarkc. Bradford Coun.
Rofpt Dnriair. Month 48 I Florida ed I by of W. II. by b"nd I appearing by affidavit appended to the S ty. .' .,. ., 0 the following lands
West Palm Beach-Territory lying Warrant I iu'd During Month ___ 11228 I WITNESS the Honormblo Judge off tb Mr*. Wiley, W by land of Hoyt Est., filed In the above-elated cause that H H. Misled( In Bradford County. d.orlh' th

west of corporate limits, to be annex.. I Bal. Oct. 1. 1025 _... 25 ."t I' Eighth Judicial circuit and aha offltilal ....1 Starke. S. 28. T. 8. S. R. I Bast.Tha Beal. th defendant therein. named I. a resident !l.h.t bidder. for cash to-wltl.rd.
...,.. of tho
I. N.. IT of the said court aa well a the state of but concealshimself I I The .
half of
the Northeast
ed to I said land b.jng guessed at the ... of S"th quarter of
city. *
Ov.rdr.ft g.pt. 1. 1925 12.SI his MlvnatnT. this the 8rd. day of October .
that cannot served ,
Warrant. A. D. m ho: isuanee of each la the .... ofGeorgia so proe.es .I upon I Section Township Raven ((7), South,
DurIng Month 133 .rtltia.1 .
him and to over the age of yean : Range Twenty-one Eact and contolnlnif
Moo-.it Dorc-Flora;; ,v.bdivision being Ov.rdraft Oct. 1. naB -. 2 .OJ$I IS (Seal) be .k. Unl to.law.certificate tax .deed .hl I t to therefore ordered that said, resident- defendant lirhty *ere*. more or\1 ts*..
m.lrlM N.. II O. W. ALDERMAN. oldln. ,1 and to hereby required to spear to I Paid sale to b* made purauant and for the
developed rapidly. BaL S.pt. 1. .____ Clerk Ifl.uc th..n on the 9th. day of .
1921 Circuit November
.- lOB 14 I Court Bradford County A. D. 1925.WITNESS. the bill .complaint filed In said tame on orefore satisfaction of said final decree with coat.
Ronlpt Dnrinir Month ...._._ I.57 Fiori.... .> Monday the 2nd day of Nov.. A. D... B. M.
Klsaimmee-Klwanls Club to con. Warrant I....... During Month 25 1 41 I A. S. CREWS. my official signature and **.1 1 hits. otherwise the allegations nf said Mil I Special. In JOINS
struct $30,000 swimming pool. Overdraft Oct. 1. 1925 *2.71.I Solicitor for Complainant this th. Ith. day of October A. D 1925. will be taken as eonfwed by said .r.nd.n. A. S. CREWS Mat. .
Octave 1. 1921 ; 10-kr.4t-9.80 O. W. ALDERMAN. It to 'u.th.ordered that this order pub Solicitor for Complainant. IO-2-tt.lO-IIO.
-- I !TITO!: OF ri.nnin (Seal) Clerk CI."I Court. Bradford licked once a ...... for four consecutive
St. Auguatine-Construction of COUNTY Or BRADFORD. | County, Florida. In the Bradford County Telegraph. a ncwepar NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE

city's new water plant making rapid I hereby ...tI" that n,. foracotn ...'. NOTICE By C. A. KNIOIT.10.I.B..I published In ..ld County and S..t
of the ....4Dt* *n. .h.nla ol, ] $ < Dp"t .... This September Seth 1925. Mlxty day ifter this date -.," en the

progress.St. I-n'. fund of Rrafffor4 County for tt' 'I In Clrcnlt Co.... EightS; .: JadlHal Clrenlt G. W. ALDERMAN 4th day of November, 1928. I will present
of Clerk Circuit Court, to the Honorable Geo. A. Gardlnsr, ..
Swtwnbor. County
1925. I I. tra* and correct .
Petersburg-Time Publishing to th. heal .' HIT hno..l.4.. ... ballet j I'I Bradford Ceuntr Florida. In Chancery.I ORDER OF PUBLICATION B,. O A. KNIHIITSEAL Jwlg of Bradford County Florida, my voa-
I I ([ Deputy Cl.rlt.Solicitor shies and final ccounte xeautor of the
Co.. to construct $250,000 building on H SI WIOOINS' J. H Saxon.I ) aa .
Oeca 11_.........nt In Circuit Flghth Judicial 4. 5. CREWS. act .I and teatament of Emily D. 8yls.M. .
First Avenue South. I .--- -- Bradford .. of Florida. In CI..ult for Complainant. 10-l-St-lO-IO., ,i .. and ask to be dto.harged. aa uh

BANK STATEMENT I I John) Saxon *t .1. c.ry.Alfred. "jrvcutor.Tills .
the 24th day of September 1918.
Bartow-Movement on foot for or. < \p'.nd.n. Patterson ELECTION NOTICE

ganizing Merchant' Association here. Report at the condition el Th. Lawtoy: I Bill T. Ro..-. Clood. Quiet Title and Oth- Complainant LOUIS H. HILL.
Kxesutor the Will and
of last
Stat Bank at LawUy: In th. Btat of | or Ballet Ella 8. P.tt.. Oy the power voted In them by the laS I
i Florida at tlia Defendant. of of Florida the board ef lnstructlon > Testament of Emily D.
close of bu.lnn. Sept. 28.l I It appearing from th. allegation of tho S the State public ..
Eustis-Local bank deposits increase -,,1821. of Bradford County Florida, h.rehyc.lla 9-S5-9HI-SO -
aworti bill of "vomplatnt In the above eauo, It appearing by appended to S
forty per cent within past RESOURCES I that the ace and residence of the dfndant,. hill filed I In the ::: cause that 'I an election to b* h.ld In .*ch. Broke.
I.i.n. on Real Ftat.------------$14152.3 7 John Saxort. W. J. Ulxon Anneto Dlxon. FtV Pettereon. the .'. : therein Ziff and Bradford .peclel tex school district) NOTICE TO CITIZENS

year. Loan on Collateral Security Other t ward C. Wynn. the Georwja State Bnlldlnv :a noa-Mldcnt' of the t. or Florida.. to determine whether or not those three dim
than Red Eatato I.(PI. 01!, and Loan Amoolatlon. a oorpbratlon.. tho she I a resident of Donaldson Apart trlete or any two of them .h.I be consolidated Notice to hereby given thai al lh Mil see.
Irwxeme$2,1)OOOOO) bond issue All other Loan and DUcount 12.(no..A' Florida Land and Iml.rratfon Company, al I .*. and Offnvr Street. to dust three tni.Ue determine th* Ion of the legislature' General .. .. upon -
United' State Bond 8. l and Pormat. mlllsg& to be assesssd In said consolidateddistrict. the rcqurat of the Town of tho
MO 00 I I Is
for Citrus ------------ corporation and Edward N. Dlckoraon If Ohi over the age of Coan.1
proposed completing Coun. State. County and Municipal Bond I I I It ., Said election to held Tuesday.Noverobee Town of I a
'.CIt10.00 living or In oxlatefieo and If _d. or n.t 1 .: to therefore ordered that saId nonresident b L..I. Plor. w\ Intr
ty's system of highways. Banking Ho"... Furniture and 1 In oxfatatno*. then" their hoir*. ._... d.* defendant b* and to hereby Ird lell. hill .. the
Flxturr* _______________. .. .q"l. Toe the of ald Town Issue, from time
..,7.00 :I vtoeea, learat e. and assigns ar. all unknown to appear to the bill of complaint purpose holln. election, of Lawtcy. Florida to
County will spend $300,000 on Kls. Other' Real RaUita _.. 218800 and there ta no penton. firm or corporation aid .a.on or before Mond. 1. $a4 In Bradford dl.trlcta Bsrry. W. M to time, time ......n.of maid Town .* eoaadsnomlnatlon
tu. from Incorporated Bank 11,4887: I|I In the State nf Fla' known to complaInant: : : day November. A. D. IU. ..ho.U..tlan ; Ksrrell and W. H B..1 are ..ppol.t"m.n. aa .. cess fit bearing
simee river road, to connect with Claim$ and other resource _. SiltS the service of a aubpoena upon whom would i of said bill taken..eon. '."... such ... of Interest not exceeding six percent

Sceinic Highway at Frostproof. Caah Items n_-.._.._______.._ 88.45 bind ttio said defendanta and that It .la be. fessed by *.k defendant.It ..I Fee hol.l'ng said elrctlon In Zif dlstrlct'itrlet per annum and becoming due la lose -
CUb on Hand .....- 807454 llevetl by the omajptalnant* that the named .to 'un ordered tht this order be pub. : E. M. Hasan, E. J. .. .d RafuaHedge I time and upon stab conditions aa may be d*-

defendant are Interested In the property 4u lhed! once a week four eoncecutlva to. arm .pln' manager t..mlo by the Council la .. amount act
Frostproof-$335,000 improvement TOTAL -..... 88.910.11 volved In this Butt and ."", pl.ln.n. all.*.**I |In the Bradford County In Zif dl..I..' In the aggrgt Flv* The **adr
program planned by city. that ho doe* not know and *y dIligent e.srcli I newspaper published. .. maid T.I.p...d; 8. Prescott. Chs. '. .. R >ollr*. For the purpose of rf".dln. the'
I LIABILITIES and Inquiry: ha* not been able to aaoottalnwbrthcr I Ste 1 Lewis. arc .ppolntd manager. ouuundlng' Indebtedness of cad
St. Augustine-Horn road bridge C.pl..1k Paid In II.000.00 any" of the d..d.nlOl0' ,.*.. October ..... 19(1. These .. b* .bald at the echeelhous. for the purpose cf Improving the *l_ 01
Surplua Fund 1.100.80 drape IN allvtred a* unknown t I. dead or ally* O. W. ALDERMAN. .In each 0' the three .d-striete- tIle said Town of Lawtey. Florida. And antncrlslag -
being repaired. Undlvlriefl Profit. (Len E>penMB or In .nltnoo' or not, and It .. altered by (Seal) Clerk. Circuit CourtT B.'o. I.W. klClCI.ITRR and cmnewering the Town C1
and Tan. Paid) 143.UO t.... complalnaat In hi.. sworn !Mil of complaint Ch.l.:a of the Town cf Lawtey Florida i
Starke-Chamber < of Commerceto Individual Dpoit lubject to heak. .t.712.M$ that 'h* believe* t>iero are in.rrr.t.d By a.A N B. WIGGINS t.sufficient from tlm to time .ell tax
danrlnc Depo.lt* .._.-- 10.5.11I In said property ., .::4"'nlUl' ENIORT.Deputy Clerk Secretary. 10-I.IUlelO. .hi. property In amid Town for th sol pee.puce
raise $10,000 to be used in Adver. Tim Certlric.te* of Depo.lt .__. 15.30 .ultw whooo names and ace and whose ....1. n. I. KNTOWP cf retiring the. warrante with tbclr. hs.teresl. .

tiaing this eounty.Femandlnacrt; Ca.hlera. Cheek.. Ont.te.ndln_____ 178.17 Spree la unknown to oomplalnant I and In *ald. I Illt. for Complainant ; NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX Bald act to be ratified by a rot ...I
Bu .
to Incorporated Bank. ___ '.718.78 bill relief .to praye
;;;;; to vote on TOTAL ._ :known n*>rwm*. firm and oorporatlona. (.I) GENERAL STATUTES And I will mI.o amend the. Chartarof .
-- 8S.OB08I THKRBFORPL: h la odrd ,ttait all per the Town 0' L.Plo.I.I... b. the
$580,000 bond i issue, for constructing aon*. firm and ....,.....tlo_. named In thlaorder. ; wtrnca OP APPI,[CATION FOII TAX Inc I. the town eoeacil the right to lee.a.
additional highway. Bute of Florida., County of Bradford ...I If lirm*. or I* ....ta..*. -mnd If Seat DEED. UNDER SECTION I,OF THE Notice I. hereby give that } _. Bay.ehsser real and personal property lbs a.cescar?
I. A. L. Hylor Cashier .t (he above-nannM. or not fn .oxlafanc all '..._no. firm and GENERAL of Ta. Certificate dated the, U"f mlllag to take care of the eiS.
Bank do solemnly. .w.... that the l.n Ilk day of Aoxert A. D. 1918 hu filed euMeartlflesM
:; *5 eorporatlnn. rial ml!mr any Intercat by. under of said ...w..
West Palm Beach-Dixie highway .tatement I. true to th ban of knowt.Khr Notice' h In my efflcc end hoc mod cppltoa.
.. my or thfouvfl ih. d Tetwlanla* '.foi. *ald. c'ee ".h. given that M. Squires. M. JOHS
through this county to be widened and .lId. osiIS not In **.l xana ow Otherwise. ; and I -naser of Cert I .. Wo. 105. d.. the turn for tax deed to issue In accordance. witilaw. 'i Member of ." .
at cost of A.M. TAYLOR. all peTMna ..110-..... whose 'name. age andraldaoec I fth day af August. A. nit. bee Mlcertificate Held' eertlf1....mbracee the following Bradford Couuty.'' Fla.21TICS .
$600,000.Leesburg.Sugar. Caahlar are all.Tf to ao trnVnown to complainant .my office and ha mad apnltootton .rb property, cftuited. In Bradford. Co.... 11-1011-11
roRRErr ATTESTI and for deed to bees fn FI" to-wit
all persons whoM name I I. all .- oeeentaneo with TO CnlZBNS
R. R. Thed. .
can crop being l-red. a* .fcnown whoe' ral4kneo' .fa beyon. lew 814 certificate ewJaneee tha nlto-wlng one-third of B Tbree-quarterc e|
harvested in this section. Cleo. P. Young the fltat oat Flor.oa.: hal vuay he or are twterate4 described propertr.. ltu4 tot .. Southeast quarter of Nbrtbeaat quarter and Notlca (piventn the .Id.. *T
A. A. Smith Bfol 0. .
DIrectors.ub.srlbmt .ke. the ..Ifl darTb.td prop- .... Fo.ld to-wltt West quo Northeast quarter Nrth Bradford .. Florida, that I at the.' reuuMit --

Lake Worth.-$80,000 business $ and .worn before m. tato M Bradford, or ..part.. Tloridm.. tyler.*!crlt and>ed balsa a* .* NorlS.tt.I ., _w.rte to 4acme. '. met ca.t .u.quarter. and Northwmt West quarter quarter of Kouthwertquarter of rf Vrailford of. the County lOosed of (o.nt. (, m.lon.
.an ..
8th./ day of Oct. 1VII. iJ.wp. .II 1.1".u.
building under .construction at cornor Iowat Northeast quarter and Northwestquarter bill In the next ._Ion of "
Lucerne L. H. RILL.Uotary The East half cf lot quarter ef T. said land Wing .-. at the dsta o' and Northwest OIth_ 0.er Special' af the State LIII. .
and :
12th. Streets. Pub" Northweat nrtri Th. North __ of *uch _rl lata In th* nm* quarter and West half .. .Ihrl.lnl the Board ef County 110''
" west quarter, ef Ne1 h.1 o t of nnknnwn. Unles, slisll' ha of Southwest quarter, Suction 9. .. Bradford County Florida to isaac
Tallahassee-.Conatructlon of T*.''-NOTICB AT Three (*01 of Tf..a..I..& redeemed _rd. ta .I... ..tf.t d.1 t South Rang, I_.. SM .._ and sell not more than 5.1000.00 worth of

Miami highway making GUARDIAN' SALE OP MTV. Southwest < _. all sue thercea th Beet ..f T le .a being caiin..d at the date I.r time warrants of said County to base Interet -
rapid prog oils LANDS 'la SecHoa ( *. Serea 47) I). 19M.VritwMs. such ocrtlfleate ta ,.mmof at the rate of alx per cent per annum foe
ress. Notice to -, South Range Twaty>two (IS) I my oe.Ignatur and .eal the Unknown. Onlcsa saId *ertlft,,*te I b* the purpose cf purchasing end Installing anelectric
hereby given that on to-wtt- dn apDoor to the of E..t as tie. th. SU do. .. A. D. 1M5 rdln. to lew. tax deed .hal. clock In the .* ste.pl* to
The :
Apopka Plans 9th. day of November. 1928. I the. un fore thesecond' November A. D.. I O. W. Af.OMHMAN the Sad day of .1 I A.. tnrke. Rraforil (',, nf.urIr And authorising
approved for ex. ...nl....... as Guardian for lister R Dyal and In du* eonre* define end set *p U2. CVrfc Circuit Ciart, RrsrffirdCouaty p. 1 I said Board Commtoskiner
tending city limits. Fllcry: 0. Oral With E: Dyal. Odea ever Interest witch and each of < TlorMa.' I" r*> levy a tax of not more tna one mill on
O Dual o Wte-.e ia, official alwnatiira and eeel I Us ito
and Ethel!: V. Dr.I. Minna' 7 the dollar on all of the .
may has above I ByC.. A. frxioirr.
Lake Worth ; will apply to the Honorable George the saM* rlb l< Deputy Clerk.NOTrCE ..Z9rh .of September, A D. ItSS. both peal and personal! and
-Plans. for ermfessed -1108 II.P'.r
making: A. Gardiner. C<>ant? .Jnd... ef Bradford aeslnst bi. .1. .. 0 W. ALDEHM4M county' for two year* for th* snl

constructing addition to telephone County, riorlda. al bto. office In the Cour to further .at this. order b I OP FOB TAX Clerk Ci Court 11..tet .0..ln. the. warrant ,''tl .
building: "" -. fn the town ef Sterkc. Florida. for oucc four I DEED V_ APPJATOI Of THB ,.. Florida. to 1100.00 April I.
r I an. order to salt at private ..1.. all the rglht. .\.110,. SMOC* 'In the Bradford -, GKIU:..CIO.1 ) A. l 1927. and $ .o1 April s, I9tl.F .
title and Interest of acid Miner In th' o. fT .e KNlmr. I
following .' a .. newspaper of 'general ., -l M. JOHNS -
Kissimnvee-Cypress Island near desaXbed land: te-wlt : Norahwejt : ....Ph.. _.kl, ra-awirb*. Bradford _.f Notiec to .glvcsl that '". H. Lawren 1- D" C. ".m.... the. Florida Legislature
here to be developed into subdivision j jAuburndale I> Quarter of Ih* Sotrthwect 'Quarter. Setftloa j ... Florida .. n ** parh tex coTtlfletat No. 851 Norrne OF "!!-1"1-1 B..dt.County.NOTICE .
<1S. Township 41)> South Rsngs SO E.... WITNPWS the Renerable Fudge of dated t 4th eeryof A. D. *51*. A.ATHl pnl 'AI
said Intern* ...1... Inherited from 1 th filed < ld .
their 1 JvTknalClrsirit ** eerllf TI TO DRBTORS AND
-New building; of "Au.. father. A. J. Dyal. ......... I I 111.hU ., the Cleric of amrt the maid effort tOw a* I mad pplletioa ...tax.deed o..nd. lit GENERAL HT4TUTE8Mo Notice .to hereby given that CREDIO.

burndaJe Journal beng rushed t" .Also a one-ninth undivided Interest :l' .-"'.. his algmtnr eke the Ird. of our with brw. BaM .aerHflcat embraces to hereby t-f.'_. dhtrlbutee, .nd all person* having
wihtor la the following I described '. the Ij.ll'HiiJ' t. I. eltm or bVm.nd
completion. to.sOenher A. itM. .llw. swapcrty.rtuted is Tea t .o. sgaln.t the esteto of Salllo
wit I the Scuthwect Quarter cf th North (Seal J .. 4o-wUi & '* Malphnra. deseased. hereby
) Co. '
west and also, .1..... acree of the Northwotcorner I O.lW. ALDBKMAM. Two A._ I..,Cor SWI-4 rfWl-4. August. A. 11HIO. ha* acid to present Ike Mm duly.. *....al.
South Jacksonville of th NertHeost4)urter See.' < srtlflcat In my offto slid see _d. .eoltoaticav the t
-145 white way I I of to* Clerk CTree iCcart iBwaaforsI S.Twp I IS anonl..n'within one year, or this
lights being installed i Bonthwest Quarter, all In Section (IS). Town C 'T saIl. betoiot __ at ., I ,taw Issue I. MMltrdsnee erlfll hoe la bar thereto. And ill
throughout chip (1). couth Raag* SEast. said en*. "orl. _. ., such ertlftooe 1 ta...d.t hew. "t cmhrace the following sons Indebted to saId steto are required .
[city. | luvk undivided .hiUwct aeing Inherited Sellcllor CI_ Robert aJ o -- In Bradford Cow pr Ihslr said ... to 'h executor t

from Grandfatber. B.: J. Drd d_........ Said Unbsa .I eertlfleete hll b* redeemed a*. .0. Thto September I 'o.IU.
lassie situate. Ijrlnr, aad beta. 11. enrdrnoCo .. North**** ef N. sad i. POPPELL
Tarpon Spring Cagle Street In Bradford toedeed hans thereon > ."ur. e
!- .
{ to C-.",. F_.... and containing ea .11 eighty .nth *. of October. ,11. D. MM. Wet .herO of East half .,. 0..111.0.* _
widened. da itacna more ar tooa. WKues ssy ooTlctot ilgaatar* sad aoal th* and Hoaiiwut
Thto. 8th. day of Oe 1M. JVOIICB th S3rd day ef of :::and. W*<4 half .7u;: NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS!
_o.JALDER5iIANOorh of Notice to herebe given
Bartow- -$ ..ooo filling station to MRS. *. i. DTAL sod No.h* that all creditor*,
.Onardlan.ltll I. lmlt$ eictrth I Olesaft w.t "I .*".. and all person having
be uMelJ OrewM r\\
erected corner Broadway and Os.vi4aon l.-* -. Rradfere] .Coo. 'to. Ch.oeerv.Complalnaat. duel _..0.. ., cast a. Section II T... t Suatn the bute ef Jona* Stall do.
| Streets. a. W. a._ J, A. i R.mro n EM|. 12. are bereby required to present their
I I 9-IS.IVia-lt. .e .KNJ. The .U land being eMnwl at the date ef duly authenticated to th* anoVielgaedn ,
I MOTICB r. v.. D c. the aaaaltauTcaBaBBl oa-T ..,.. ns.tIli..t! (a. .mmtmmof hlh '_ n__ _. .._ ._ _.. _
Winter .
Haven-New finn, .Owner'* O. M. Unknown. ITnUvn ajd.rd.( .* thereto and all persons Imtobted to
.. cncll be
AU Woodward
|lteaaty Company organized here. Rn .reetoan. Iou asS fil-Tiilm. sad Drfendaau.Bin '0 TO D&B .N CtWDTTOIUI redeemed waeoordifiaf io .... t 0. deed all ttv cabS I Estate ar reqnlrccfto pay theIr uld
penoo horlag *lahM er 4.th I I thereon debt to the
5 th .
Atibrirndale-"West Park .subdM.i **ta.t. .* SeJII MalBharm.. -T r'are T* Bascs a. q'. od OtaTt -I Moth* I, hereby pi. thee .5 ersem. A.. I). 1c h .. far of lte.embee. Th... frd .Adl.lt.ta.l<15 forthwith.,

:hereby" rnulpij to .reiiat their eteJeaVnuna ..4 legetcss ..distriburtalcas sad all pmeoae .hoeIng m*> nf l trial HALL
i opened. ta e.linJenlDed.. apreorin from the f the. -or demands Wlno slanaten ml .1 'rui .-4. ... .ew"Id
; ae Iot .n. *.*.the *at of W. .' 8ept tor of tb* eetete of Sellle 18.''''... -.. won bn of complain he 'I. t. "0_ 0 ..l'h >er -.
LAke Wales-_Plans underway for within tw. remm bees th. ..... *f *M* that the wo sad rwlaeae *Y the 4ef.nd.au, pasaint the ,. .- Clerk Circuit W. ALDEKMS.M OP SPECIAL LKCISLATION

arection of ten-I t"test and ar. kerehr weaned that ._ talhn* O.; M. Woodward. : Beeitr. Hilda C. Confity tory hotel building. in prmem wllkln said p.rid. thev will Ht'arr, LuM* W. "LiMlan''W. Sparr his effle, ta Ih* _.-I. tha _. of C'. .Florida. ''o of th* Leilslatnr of la* Stete ef Ftoio
be barred h, to/or. All peiwma laiiXiluld a. William CWeenaln-. Cr. Bnwn. We*. fltaeka eFtttaa _.. aceeof and lo.S-et-H-lv 8 e ,. to b* bold.ii during the mooth of
iHowey_Two fire trucks purehai., *>UM an ....-W to OOM Iniairilalalj. ley .J.rth !0 W. /ohnaon this aotto I b* held In Bar sad Deputy Clerk.SJAaTTEBB .ember. A. a & '. J i be .
t. -
andettla their. aaU awM*.. r... Cathllnd pereoa providing, 112., bi ..
Q4 by city of Howey-In.The.HIUs. loh. .Srh. A. .1 -.I _. and ..
,.Iar..... n. .. ."-- 17th IMI.I ..bi. F. Ceaapaar to pr .Id. SALE. of th* power* sod .I the Board of..Rood
IDaytona. t .
-Contract awarded for J. C FOPPEL1. B. Barttk and ftlraod AemlatotratrigThto Trustee of Bradford County, Florins authcrt-
I )r
feonitructlng 40,000 bridge .Sol. Adatlaletrats.. of the will The R.UIrh ** Beak of Tad day October. 11.. NOTIC fa hereby given that under end by SIng and eapowsrinar MM board of Bond
|halifax across ttt t.t-tU _*, "111* MollMOTfCB "- ........ lln*. If llvln*. er cxtotaa**. .... : o IULLA JOMT3 vtrtu cf tint certain, final decree o foreeiflouM r Trustee to **.bond la a not to exceed
River.upgazNr.reD.rr.. er not to ciVtaow. then their. beiia. *f : cs.4. and mdcrcd on June 11. A. Four .ur ftnllsrs
II _no devtaee hxatee end _I.., 10..1-1. .. ". i. Jone.. w D, 192. by Hnaoraal A. Z. Atk''_ Judge f.. th.. H.nd.rlf T.nl' cf the
REPORT __ .1 unknown., ..-. ao peraea. Clr" Court, la and Bradford publto yum. sf Bradford.County. and

I la Clrrwlt Camel S ; .. .corporation. l. ...( kaow* C. ,. ta that. certain' can** where to ..special, act pawed cl seersIcressiea
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if, t Telegraph School Notes I I were elected: "*
County\ |
} _. One day last week Grace Wood President-Ellae Jones
busied herself In dusting and putting Bradford High < Secretary and Treasurer-Harrljt

I Published weekly and entered ash!, In order the books in the library, I Ritch.

second class matter at the post ;, which certainly needed it and now Reporter-Ruth Sternberg.The .
looks much better for her labors. tennis club has decided to sell
office at Starke, Florida.I Thank you, Grace. l School Journal candy at the ba.akt't" ball game Fri
= :e.1 n I e day afternoon and also at the picture
u lt. fl. MATTHEWS_--------_------ Ow Many new students: have enrolled. I show Friday night In order to raise

I. C. KOBINBON__________Mmnmgtug KM: **.'in the Bradford County High School money for equipping the tennis court.
I since the beginning of the term and EUGENE MATTHEWS SAMMY STERNBERQAoMeUto They will appreciate the patronage of

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I the number increases daily.; Edllor-In-CMof Editor i the High School and friends.Assembly l.
y school Atklotl Editor. Jok Edit.
Students who drive cars to
SUBSCRIPTION RATE The first high school assembly
must now park on the campus, this -
Per Year _____________-_____ '1.50 eliminates the necessity of the small. School They're going to make-, meeting was held Oct. 1 and the sec
abroad but art
The County High I learned the difficult
t- SU Months ___._____________.. 1"I' er pupils crossing the highway to Is now truly the school of Bradford of pumpkin painting in the summer You nit up and take-, ond one on Oct. 7. to The explain purpose the of the
first meeting wan
Notice of them aoor. pur.
reach their cars. Before this school) school at the of Florida.No very
-- I III County. year our University I Our Sophisticated Soph mores pose of the assembly.
I All will be exempted from might have been more appropriatelytermed the pumpkin is not 6,611 fet high The Sophmore class of B. H. S. met A small orchestra composed of

I'( mid-term and final examinations this j the Starke High School. But but takes up plenty of room on the \ Oct. 2, for the purpose of electing Florence Andrews Owen Griffin and
now, with busies bringing students blackboard. Joseph Thomas played for the atu.
II year who make an average of ninety | class officers. The following were
from Lawtey, Raiford, Hampton, I I
two in their studies and who do not ; elected: dents to march into the auditorium.A .
I Theressa, Graham, Brooker and the Athletics! violin solo by Ow6n Griffin accom.
fall below ninety any month on their I President-Wilbur Marshburn. ,
deportment. All the students are I vicinities of each of these towns it Both the boys and the girls has Vlceprealdent-.Joseph Malpas. panied by Florence Andrews was next

: working toward this end and the ,is correctly named,. The number of ket ball teams have joined the state I Secretary and Treasurer-Elizabeth enjoyed. After each teacher had given

i, number who had to "write lines" last pupils enrolled at the beginning of Athletic Association. This is very, Andrews a short talk on his or her club the
I' {1 month was very small. I this term Is the largest in the school's necessary as it raises the standard'of Reporter-Jessie Williams. meeting adjourned.At .
I history. This fact has no disadvantages the teams and enables them to play | |I the second meeting a presidentfor
I If !I The ninth grade is striving for a I but many advantages, the most with the best teams in the state. Someof Our Frivolous Freshmen 'I the Assembly; was elected, Owen

No. 4954 'I'|I forty dollar treasury this year. prominent among these being that it the rules of the association are as ': Griffin was chosen by the majority.The .
(Membership In National Highway enables u* to meet and become acquainted follows: 1!/ Freshmen plan biggest year.-The third meeting took 'place on

f '., Association)__ ___ !I I The Juniors will also have to havea with the boys and !girls who (a) In order to represent a school freshmen held a class meeting last' Wednesday Oct. 1*. At this meetingthe
'0 large treasury if they are to! enter will become the men and women with in any branch of athletics, a player ,Thursday and elected officers for the following officers were elected.
The Morning tain the seniors in accordance with whom we will be associated in our future ensuing year as follows: Vlcoprt8ldent--Joaeph! Thomas.
Tampa's new daily, must be a bona fide student. I
j I I IVlceprealdentAllen I
; the traditions of the school. President Ruth Steinberg. '
business and social worlds. and TreasurerClevy
Tribune, made Its first appearance Secretary
(b) Must register within the first Long. I'
i Sunday with an edition of 248 pages. The Seniors and. Juntfors have two weeks of the beginning of the ,i .1 I Norman.A .
Merrill Struth.
Last week the time of beginning Secretary-
short talk iven by Miss Eva
IS'' plunged into the depths of Macbethand : semester during which he wishes to I' wasg
school was changed from 8:45: to 8:30: T1'e.aurer--Junior McDonald.
of the Otie tribe, I Leatherman explaining the purposed
i. Chief Eagle Hamlet. Here's hoping they his school in branch of I J
positive that the white man descended I drown. 'the purpose of this was to add fifteen athletics.represent any I I Reporter-William Duncan. ''of tag day, which the girls of the

!+ from monkey. lIe says: "Put som-| minutes to the physical education I|i The following committees were selected basket ball association are to have
6. : 'period which until that time had (c) Must be under twenty.one yearsof to( care for the room. A vigilance I(
thng before monkey he grab all of It; Stranger-Whcfs that lady up very soon, tags are to be sold and the
white man the same way." j there using such slang over 1 been thirty minutes. All the students age.d committee to keep the floor and funds to go to buy the girls a basket
Wilbur-That's Miss Brown, entered whole-heartedly into the spirit ( ) Must be an undergraduate. I room clean and attractive. The flow.

I As an: added penalty, the state road English teacher; she's taking a day of this period, for who wouldn't be (e) Cannot represent a school in er committee to provide flower for ball.A peppy "pep" talk was next made
department should require Contractor I'off. 'glad of a little recreation after beingin any one branch of athletics for more the room, and the board' committee by Joseph MaVpas in which he put
\ Whitney to make two round trips I school half the morning. Some play than four years to care for the blackboards.The 'forth a plea for more students to

daily over the road between Highland I Jimmie-Can you write your name I basket-ball, some foot-ball, and the (f) Must have passed in each of class discussed ways of permanently come out to the !games and cheer for

and Maxvelle, between twelve andS with your eyes shut? 'tennis courts are always crowded. Of l three unit subjects, and have an average -,, improving the general appear. the team.
I two o'clock. Of course. course there are exceptions, some few) passing grade of four unit'1 ante of the room Vs palnging the Plans were made: for organizing: a

..' Jimmie-Well sign my report card. don't seem to be getting all from this subjects in the semester previous to walls, buying new curtains etc. glee club to be conducted by Mrs.

r i Insuring automobile) tires for the period that they should, but these look the one in which be wishes to represent The Freshmen are showing Wall. Plans were also made for a
first year against blowouts is now Elizabeth Andrews-Florence is a sadly out of place, and it is hoped a school in any branch of athletics splendid class spirit by paying their boys tennis club to be organized for
1 r being done dn London. After the first very clever pianist. She plays by ear; that they will soon join the ranks dues promptly, some having paid for the purpose of laying at lecst one Cement -
never did believe she could mako of the Physical Culturists. 'the entire school term. I and two three
year the autolst always figures on I I (g) Must be maintaining a passing court prehaps or ,
a those sounds with her fingers. to accomodate all who wish to spend
,. doing some walking. I A new subject hat been added to average as determined by the facultyof
k REPORTS OF ORGANIZATIONSBoys' the Physical Education period in this
\ the curriculum of the B. H. S., it is the school he wishes to representin
.. ; Contractor Whitney says the rail. Mr. Dowling-Tell me about) the eleventh each of three unit subjects and an way.
j sociology, an grade subject Athletic AssociationThe
rock is hold. nitrates.ThelmaErthey're. {
road's delay in placing
average passing grade in four unit
j of instead of
n; Ing up the building of the short cheaper than I course study English subjects and a satisfactory grade In boys of the high school have B. H.S.BUNK
History. All the Juniors atate it is formed Athletic Association and Prof.-Why weren't .you in chapel
stretch between Maxvllle\ and High the day rates. conduct.h an
land. That may be true at the present! I very interesting. The other day the ( ) Must be an amateur accord are doing a great work in the way of this morning T
members of this class' were requestedby basket-ball and other ath- Elizabeth-I had an excuse, prof'
time, but Mr. Whitney himself delayed I I Mins' Florence thought I told ing to S. II| A. A. rulings. promoting
the teacher
until he was forced to start : you to sit In the seat next to Virgin to write a poem about (i) No student whose parents or letics. The boys met at the first of essor..
4 work, losing weeks of valuable time ia. ,I the flag to express their patriotism. guardian are not residents of the the month and elected the following Prof., -Yen, I saw him.
when doubtless Sammy-Yes ma'am did but I I These poems were very goJDd* the officers:
t MW during the summer I I you ; community which the school serves
following by Grace Wood is fine
the railroads could! have handled hist Joseph gave me fifty cents for the a shall be eligible to represent school i President' -Owen Griffin Famous Quotations"Is
material as fast as needed. seat. example: in branch of athletics. i; Vice-President-W11bur Marshburn.I it not so"-Miss Florence
tt 11 Old Glory floats above us, any I Secretary and Treasurer
-Joseph "And that .U"-MI. Brown
The girls tennis club with the is.sistance
-111 Trousers are "to be a little full" Junior-Why do they hire a man Waves .proudly in the sun; of some of the boys, have Thomas "Hokua, Pokus Sokomonokus, Presto

T, this fall. Probably intended to balance to stay out in the highway in frontof Symbolic Of battles of fought our liberty and staked off a new court and have pur- Girls' Athletic Association ? (Latin)-Mn. Alderman
the condition at times of those who the school house and wave a red won.
a net. Their next and prob.blyhardeall Well bet that after Mr. Dowling
e wear them.RESTAURANTS. glag at cars. r The of the B. H. S. Tues
David-Because \it used to! be whena Emblem of our freedom, bcught job will be to learn how to:. day. hears us sing in chapel a few times,

; ARE CLOSEDBY man killed another man he cut a With strife and lives of men; play the game itself. ganizing into a Girl's Athletic Asso he thinks that the words of the songs
,i HEALTH OFFICERWest notch in the. butt of :'tis gvn-now he Old Glory, on thy face la wrought The boys have purchased a new ciation. The following offcers were are only known by the writers.
A tale, ne'er 'scribed by basket ball and are all ready for .
cuts a notch in the steering wheel. pen. ,elected:
y Palm Beach-One restaurant the coming season. They are looking! President: -Lois Edwards.Vice.preeidentFlorence Melvin-But I don't think I deservean

A ha j cloned and others received warnings Literary Club It matters not where we may look forward to a succesful season as the Andrews. absolute zero.

yesterday as a result of the city Whether on the land or sea, team is picked from all Bradford Secretary and Treasurer-Mary Ca. Miss Florence-Neither do I, bub

.' health department's oanltatkm cru. The Literary Club met Friday af. Old Glory, there's no other thing County. nova. zero is the lowest mark I am allow.

; sade. ternoon to elect a reporter to the That means so much as thee. The girls are-forimng a basketball Reporter-Elizabeth Andrews. ed to give.
A crew of a dozen or more men school p per. Friday is the regular team their victims.As -
; we pity
p working behind a closed door at the club day, and members of this club I New Clubs Tennis Club We caught Merton Clark readingan
r Union Lunch on Poinsettia street expect to elect officers at the, next I To encourage the school spirit oncea far as it is possible to ascertain The girls who are interested in article in the Popular Science
1' were scrubbing floor and walls tearIng meeting. week on Wednesday at physical education there is but one Chicago in the world. tennis organized: a tennis club Tuesday magazine by a junk car wrecker.
i'f, out partitions and cleaning up The following have signed\ up for, period all the high school morning at the Physical Educa. Probably he wants to know the valueof
tl the kitchen that the place might pass the club work. I students meet in the auditorium. This Joseph Mai pas and Eva Leatherwood Lion period. The following'; officers his 1906 lizzie.
meeting s called the "Assembly. have been elected cheer lead-
Sv Lennie
I inspection this morning. Fogg
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It was disclosed by the proprietorlate Natalie Marconi Talks are to be given, also reports of ers. They are planning to cheer so --- -- ----- n.

yesterday afternoon when Dr. E. dna: Manning the basket ball games played, and a loud that the opposing team will turn l IIO oao.oH E:.O: :

I i D. Clawson indicated that unless con. Leola Fogg/: short program will be carried out at and flee and old Bradford may claim ,' 01:19o 9H

ditions were improved he would order Thelma Snellgrove each meeting. These assemblies will the victory of the day.

a padlock for the door. Other restau. Hazel MiJdleton become something to which the stu.
i rants in the city under threat of the Grace Wood dents will look forward. THE CLASSESOur One

I ft! !' same edict were preparing for the Jessie Mae Bennett Clubs also have been formed, each Solemn Seniors Day BatteryService
1 rigid city inspections being made by Virginia Weeks teacher has charge of one club, and
i j Miss Hodson under the direction .f Mary Canova every pupil is required to join one of The Seniors held their first bust.
Dr. Ciaweon.t' Cecil Whitehead the clubs. Mrs. Alderman has chargeof ness meeting September 21, for the
I Harriet Ritch the newspaper club, which is to' purpose of organizing the class. The
MARTIN IN NEW YORK Fonso Griffis be at the head of all the newspaper I following officers were elected:

4 FOR FLORIDA METINGGov. Elizabeth Kendrick I work. Miss Matthews has the Etl.: President--Thelma Snellgrove. CharginiSaves I

Elite\ Jones quotte club, the purpose of which is I Vlce-prealdent--Inea: Frink !
John. W. Martin of Florida I Roy Reddish I I I I to teach the members what to do and Secretary and Treasurer Lois Ed.

was in New York today to attend a Helen Robinson I I I when to do it. Miss Brown' has the, wards.;
meeting here tomorrow at the Wali Francis Kelswetter Literatary Club, this club' is to do Class Reporter -Jlramle Browing.

(i dorf hotel where steps will be takento Willie May Hinson I some reading, have debates and put After discussing* several other matters o Time and :Money For Youp 0re g

f curtail misinformation being broad Carlyle HitchKatherine on plays at frequent intervals. Mr.':. the class adjourned.The .
cant in the east and north about ( Blanchard Dowling has charge of the second held Oct. 0 o
Science meetng was Get your Battery in befoi 9 a. m. and it is ready
Mattie Norman Club which is destined to become a 1. When the class met they chose for
( Principal speaker at a luncheon to Reba Maxwell very interesting and instructive' or.' their class colors, pink and green, and by 5 p. m. the same day with a better, longer
be held at noon tomorrow in connec. Jessie Williams ganzation. The for their flowers carnations.The !
only objecton the pupils pink lived charge than iu ever had before.
tlon with the is Herman A. yc
meeting Erma: Johns have to these. clubs Isthat they dues are to be twentyfivecents LI
1' Dann, president of the Florida Development Lucile Johns cannot become a member of but one I l a month.To .

board. I Elisabeth Andrews of them and as each club has some! show that the Seniors are out .0 No Long ExpO ensive Waits g

.. The luncheon was' arranged by a:I Lois Edwards thing unusual and Interesting to offer! for fun as well as work a number of

committee composed of T. Coleman Ruth Sternberg their members, it Is very hard to' parties were planned to take 'place Or RI ntals
DuPont, Aaron Collier, John }I. Per.!
.l Frederkka Struth make a decision as to which one to I during the year. The first one to be
ry, publisher of The Jacksonville Jour
Alvin Wasdin join. given real soon
*. nal and other Florida naper, August Mary Lee Wynn The Seniors I I
1 had a call meeting Oct. Our equipment is recomi mended by all the lead's. U
Hecksher, H. II. Raymond and' Elva Leatherwood Students Examined by Health NU1"A..a'DurinII' II. The purpose was to elect a reporter ,
John McE Bowman. th. post week the health to fill the vacancy caused by the ing battery manufacture This improved charg0

I. Plans will be adopted at the meet.I' E. Bailey-40 acres in See 31-6-29 nurses, Miss McCann and Miss Dodd,] resignation of Jimmie Brownlee. .El ing method lengthens 1S 1 battery .life and cannot Di
Ing tomorrow to oppose paid adver., T. R. Sweat and wife to W. C. Sweat examined the students of the first'! Clevy Neman
to this
was fill
1 .. tlsing and news article by unscrupulous -1-4 un. Interest lots 248., W 1-2; eight grades: of school. On Monday office. possibly harm i the battery. y

promoters exploiting Florida lots 1.3.5, Blk 28 in Starke. afternoon they gave a health talk : D o
I to the detriment of legitimate buM-I Kate Livingston and J. M. Truby which was attended by many Inter-I I I Our Jubi'i''t; Juniors U

} ness intents.: A larire !number ft I to Nat. Williams 4 lots in Stark. in ested parents. I A well charged bat:t.
I T. The Juniors bid'ih.lr organization your car
4 eastern and Florida capitalists have and Co's. addition. -
algnfled theIr Intention of attending.! I T. A. Andrews and wife and W. E. Mt. Mitchell In a Month meeting one day last month. The officers -
Yarhorough acres In Sec. 11.6-22. How's climbing 6,511 feet in a month elected were as follows: U
More Power---:
REALTY TRANSFERS W. G. Seek and wife to J. T. Smith20 suit you? That what the despised' President--Eugene Matthews. Brighter Lights
acres in Sec. 28.7-23. Freshmen did last September with. Vlca-pnsldent-Elise Jones. o U
't A. G. Brown and wfe to G. M. In. T. R. Sweat and wife to Sara E. out leaving' school oncel! Secretary and Treasurer-Hazel Mid. B
R man-40 acres in sec. 28721. Sweat-1-4 un interest in lots 2..8, After you're through wondering dleton. Quick Start--]Plenty'of Pep B

Inman and Biggs to Mrs. Anrl.KI.sewelter9 W 1.2 lots 13.5, blk. 28 in Starke. well tell :you the truth. It's really a Reporter-Grace Wood.It .
1, acres In Sec. 21023. Mrs. A. J. Dyal to 1\re.\ L. J. Hough diagram of Mt. Mitchell drawn on was decided that the class should n

i, G. M. Inman to Annie Klesewetter Track In Sec. 13729. the blackboard by the famous artist, meet on the first and the third Mon I I Try our one Day Battery Service just once and you'll
f 4 -38 acres In Sec. 28721. A. S. Crews as Special Master to I Mrs. Alderman. Down at the bottomof days of each month. The dues, twenty- U
I t4 1 Nat. Williams\ and wife to J. F. Federal Land Bank of Columbia-20 : the drawing were the names of the I five cents per month are to be paidon always hare your Battery J charged by this improved
ti, r Klckliter-Lots 891011Blk 19 In acres 27.6.22.J. I members of the Freshmen Class. each first Monday o me !!

l --Starke in L. T. and Go's. N. Cable and wife to R N. Miller\ I Each: time a student had a perfect I The junior class this year: !la exceptionally o

i Sub. Div -20 acres In See. 13822.A. 'algebra lesson, a line leading from large and brilliant oStern lod.Garage D
I 1 John Forsyth tit H. S. Norman S. Crews as Special Master to their name was advanced in sections Their hearts are lIght ?sU O

1.3 acres In Sec. 86-6-21. Federal Land Bank of Columbia up the mountain. At the end of the Their minds are bright,
.1 L. B. Rhodes and wife to Mrs. A. lots in Sec 20-6.22; 8 Iota in Sec. 29. month Edna Strickland was the one They're all so very wise!

5-22. who reached the peak. It takes a And for good looks U STARKE, I FLORIDA
good' algebra eebolar.to do this,, and And knowledge of books,
The. QaMM flat Does Not Affcct Tk. flied Cetd Cause: trip awl ......ua Edna i is the girl. They're sore to! take the prize I O' Agent in thU territory for the famous Long Life

a ,?.+- ....wp Its tests ..... 'u.tM.thd. LAXA LAXATIVE MtOMO QUININE Taw t..wta. This month the race Is going' on up They're fall of pep g ExiJe Battery. fi face ut how you. o
nVI aR MO lx1ININET.ebt.Ia!: .
: bo ores
., ...__wl1hou& _l ,...... .-.riaoti... .... Taw Is 1y_ 'BMaOoteiD*, a slippery' pumpkin that was drawn They're all in step g
""" -.L z.W.QUVESelCooUlnl.; ....... a. W.GIIOYJ: _few***_tea zee by Leola Fogg, who did not studyW,61a1,4kANnL4 Not one Is out of tune! 111:1.. 01:10 0b4 ::lOf01:10- -ollf

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