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 23, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The regular meting of toe Bradford There is a boom: In Florida real estate. 'J
;. BONDS CARRY BY 4 Chamber of Commerce was
County When prices double in a your and
'I held at the Court House in Starke Friday For StarkeLocal then keep going up no other term d*.

i# TO 1 MAJORITY VOTE attendance.The evening. October 16th., with a largo Proposed scribes which are It. asked There by are the threo thousand questions who

committee that had been appointed -
'W' have bought or are thinking\ buying
for soliciting funda for advertising and Outside Interest Combining TWO RESIDENCES
land in Florida." What started thia
State Highway No. 28' Will Ba Cared TOURISTS
Bradford County asked for an exten- to Give Starke Modern SELL LAST WEEK boom, what keeps it going and how
a F.r By Election-State Road Aid LAND OK FLOWERS sion of time to November 6th., and the !
Hotel -- long will it lust. A book would not I

-r': To Ba Provided Also t Cars From Every State Except One same was granted.The thata 'j I Among the transfers of last week answer the e questions fully but a

Enter the State DuringSeptember Hotel Committee reported At a meeting held last Thursday were the sale of the Llmbnugh and few words will indicate some of the .:
Lake Butler.-Lake Butler and movement had been started for the -flight Mt the office of Col. D. E.:: Clark properties by F. C. Hollings. principal reason

;, nion county tonight were assured ofimore erection of a Hotel for Starke and that Knight, a committee wan appointedto worth, the sales being made to Lako What started this boom ,
"- than $800,001)! for a road building f something like $12,000.00 had been solicit subscriptions for the erection Worth citizens. Tho Limbuugh residenco -
"'' Jacksonville.-Every state in the subscribed by local o.tizens.. It being. The climate didn't start it; that
showed thattoday's
program, when a count of a modern hotel for Starke. The on East Call street was purchased
bond election for thelardsurfacing Union' except Idaho sent automobiles the idea of the promoters to organize has been hero always and up to 1900 t
$360,000 Southern Realty Co.; of Lake Worth, by Geo. A. Morcotte, tho consider.
of highway No. 28 was .cross the Duval County, St. Johns ,a stock company and build an up-to- represented by G. C. Kruse Geo. A. ation being $10,000 while the former development wan slow. Better meansof

.\ \earried by a four-to-one majority. |river bridge hero during the month of ,date hotel. Marcott and Robert McWain, both ', U. D. Miner rusidonco, recently purChased travel since then have Induced larger
'' September, according to the statisticson Tho annual election of officers beingin numbers to come to the state n* t
'' with the
Simultaneously announcement of Lake Worth, are interested in tho by C. F. Clark, wee sold to .
'.I of victory for the good road the traffic made public today. There ; order, the following officers for the proponed hotel and subscribed to the Robert McWain of Lake Worth, for winter tourists and the constant repetition
were 17,776 tourist automobiles with were elected. of their favorable opinion of
//proponents, came a reiterant; from J. year fund. $7,100.
62,776 crossing the bridge Presldent-D. E. Knight Starko. state its cVnwitP' beautiful natural
W, Townsend, president of the Farm-" passengers The committee appointed Messrs. Both buyers are interested in tho 'j
";? and Dealer Bank here, that he during the month. Two Hawaiian automobiles Vice-Presidents: hotel here tropical landscape and winter cropsof
.rs G. M. mown, S. H. Jolmc, and N.Sternbera new project and it Is understood -
with eleven passengers were First J. T. !Moore Lnwtcy vegetables well as ,
''will wthdraw: hia petition from thai will make their homes in the as oranges
included in this number, as was 4(3( Second-J. F. Houser, Hampton, will make their report of grapefruit and other fruits all tendedto
tomorrow upholding
court properties .
/ purchased.NO
sale supremo of $110,000 worth of road bonds ;Canadian cars with 194 passengers, Third)-G. B. Colson, Brooker, the amount of funds raise( at the increase the number of visitors

;Voted at; a recent flection. Besides and 206 District of Columbia machines Secretary-C. A. Futch, Starke Uiuctine called for tonight (Friday) 'TICK From KO.OOO winter tourists In 1000

tfci* total of $800,000, state road aid with 823 passengers Traffic decreased Treasurer-J. H. Ritch at tho courthouse. They reported coiusUlerable > tho number has Increased to A million t i

IsVto be obtained on highway No. 28. during the month in comparison with Board of Governors: success in their work during The New River Association will and a quarter fur the season of 192: U

Through this means only half of the Auguxt. A total of 196,413 automobiles L H. Hill, Lawtey, the early purt of the week and it IK meet with the Starke llaptmt church 25. When tho smaller number came

fijnda raised from today's election will with 514,901 passengers made the A. A. Durden, Hampton, believed the amount necessary will be Sriday and Saturday, October 30th. there was ample housing to accommodate .

be needed for this road. j transit during the past month whilein G. M. Inman, Starke, rained without delay. and 3bt.I them but for the last few years

August 234,386 cars with 004,667 John Shriver Brooker, I On account of the pnutor's returnIng many had no place to stay and go "
,jThe four-to-one victory was more '
passengers crossed the bridge. J. M. Brownlee, Starke. to their different churches for many bought winter homos that they
.'for and it appeared until the past tondaYS
(foreign cars with 1,988 and 7,586 passengers announce the appointment of commit.. adjourn Saturday afternoon. boom started.
of the i issue the of the city council
that passage was mooting i
< Illinois third and North Carolina at the which will
.''doubtful. tees next meeting Tuesday night the council voted to What keeps/ It going? F
fourth. There were 433 automobiles be held November 6. 1925. HAMPTON:
.:.The $140,000& worth of bonds voted | bearing California licenses to at I-awtey, put on ii tux! of one mill for publicity I I Ipurposes |'I Mrs.\ J. C llubose and Mrs. A. L. Some' paid advertising is now being
this being authorized by a' done by the state and various towns
recently, were to be used on roads irons the bridge. In these there were INFLUENZA FATALTO Sullivan of Vero, are spending this
special act l by the last sessionof :)I and projects within it. These have
.leading( from Lake Butler to Worthington '1,732 paucngers. TAMPA WOMAN: passel 1 week with their pllrt'ntsII'. and Airs :
: Springs!! ; from Lake Butler to the legislature. Thin will be used, David Jones.E. lii'lpnl to increase Interest and keep

; ((Providence; and from -jike Butler to j FIRST MEETING OF I IWOlAN'S 1 I Succumbing to an attack of influenza in advertising the town, Ha alvan.1 J. King attended church at Samp. prices up but tho greatest of nil acUvertlui'menti I
tages and the attractions offered has been the good opinionof
'jMcClenny. Mr. Townsend opposed this ninny
; : CLUB; with which she was strickentwo son City, last Sunday.
Vfciue, saying that road No. 28 should weeks ago, Mrs, Bessie Under settlers here I I Mm. Leo Parker and daughter Miss the state expressed by nearly everyone ,,
The fastest growing towns of the who has spent from a week to sewerai
-.k completed first. When the election Tare: Woman's Club of Starke ree Juiiettle
hill of
45 of 908 Twiy- Street drop Cuimivillo the
: I are guests
today those who udvertined !i montlm burn talking writ
[carried he sought a permanent inJriction sumed its year work after three ped dead In her home 'r..t night. She state are have i i of :Mrs Parker(' father, B. J. Johns. In and
. :*; against sale of the bonds, i mouth vacation Wednesday, afternoon was found lying face downward on liberally through booklets,], this week. ing! to (heir friends and in article

'1.,\:....f charging irregularities in voting. Thu : of last week at their regular the floor of hot bedroom. fuldem and newspapers, and the ,i I Miss Ada Nimmo, was a business. published In newspapers and nut. rt. M

.:.:.,., :,il:cbtcult court ruled against him and her i meeting for October. A moct Internal While she was still under the care money thus spent; has been returned,'|' visitor to Starke last Monday -lines.' I

Appealed to the supreme court, where ing meeting was held. Three new ',f a physician, relatives! said !Mrs. to them hundredfold. I I Rev. anIMf E. S. Taylor Wt lust A million and a quarter people talk.. i'''

a ,II petition is today awaiting action. members were accepted by the executive Underhill had recovered sufficiently FLORIDA LAND I BUYERS Tuesday for Orlando, whero they will ing A state up give It the grandest kindof

;J,'.. }' When the second issue was proposed board. to resume her housework and was ESTABLISH OFFICE\ 'attend the Christian, State Association publicity and many told of buying

:. ," he said tonight, "I was heartily M-88\ ; McCann\ one of the nurses thought to be out of -lanarer. She apparently j laud conference: '', and selling land at rood or largo pro

'tfy '/I in favor ofit and publicly an. 'sent out by the State Board of Health, had been dead for about an The Florida' Land Buyers have,) '. Curtis Adams and family left fits within a few weeks. All of which,

Fj ;. pounced that the petition would be 'explained to the Club the nature and >'"ur when found, it was said. opened an office in Sturkc for hand- '| hint Monday for Starko, where Mr. ,. induce' further buying.

;:*$ Withdrawn if today's election pry 'need of'her work in interest of heaith.; After an investigation by Detective BJiir their properties in Starke and'' Adams as foreman will be employed I 1 i How long( will it last?

it.: vtdeit'the hard. urfacinlC of this high. In he'- recent examination of the Blanton and Lowo, the body was Bradford county, and) Maurice G. i>with the S. A. i.. Railroad in laying No matter if we differ as to what

J. Since, It has carried, I. shall be shoo! chidlrcn of Starke, her repot Lnowe.J turned over to B. Marion Reed pend. Langford will be in charge. This com- i the double track from Starke to Max- started and, keeps the boom going In

i.. .B'-I' 'rll than glad to live up to my : : *ne, funeral angements.. Mrs. Un. pany him made purchases of property ':, well. Florida\ we will agree that there la a

M" ." i (a) Forty-nine with defective vision. derhill is survived by her husband, through Bradford and( Union countlo I l C. A. Bishop of Reynolds. Ga., arrived direct relation butwcen population and

'Jb. No. 28 leads. from Lake ((11)) Fifty-nine with trachoma. I Walter Underhill, one son, Joe Un. and will hundlo their said through here last Sunday. Ho expects to I prices. of land whether In I large bodiesor r.r.I

$:.. ;City:<:! to Lake Butler and thence to '(c) Sixty-eight/ with defective teeth. derbill, and one daughter, !Mrs. Minnie !Mr. Lnngford. I spend the winter months In Florida, us lots In towns and cities. At pop.

'"r '.ffitrk'e49Vt (d) Nirety-aix; w.th throats need. Ogleeby. She was alone In the Tins, company has one of the finest with his dnuA'llterllIrA.!\ K. B. Wat- ulat'nn' Increases values Incre.... The

, \\ was anounced by Jesse Johnson, ing attention. home nt the time of her death real estate offices in the state at terson, and Mrs. A. A. Futch. /population of Florida increased Just J

; 1 jproHidont of tho Un'on: t'amber of I I) (e) Flfty.five showing symptoms of Gainesville, and are mainly Interested 1 J. I"', Johnson and family had as about' 40 per cent each ten year from

' {amerce, tonight, that a' of all hookworm. LEE HOFFMANThe 'in the development of tint form lands !'their guests this week, J. D. Daugh- 11)00) to 1920:! and the present decade.

!f-<< i, road bonds will be pushed as fast as (f) Two hundred and twelve umlerweitrht. funeral of Lee Hoffman, was through this section, although theta:!i terty, of SUrke, Mrs. J. D. Daughtur- will lieD at least another HO per cent

:'J. :4 '/pod slbll"" .now and that actual con. held Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock purchases in Gainesville during the ty, of DnsMoines, Iowa, and Mr. added Indeed 1 .some say tha): wa have

",.. ', "jjdtructlon is expected to get: under way j! Miss McCann assisted by her from the chapel of Moulton and Kyle lust few weeks have run Into the hun I I Kaney" of Tennessee. 'j! now half again as many people fl* five ,

within a short while. This sum will )i health committee will canvass tho tho Rev. James J. Mehan conductingthe dred thousands. I Air and Mrs. J. 11. Weatherby and years ague .

provide t'nlCln county with one of thebeat town and county thoroughly in !the services. The body was forwardedto c.'ai'Kliloi' % Evelyn, of Pompano, are the
I It there Is which
[ CITY ASSESSMENT: 17 anything can stop
; road systems in the entire state, interest of child welfare. She is being Starke, where the interment was /guests of !Mrs\ Wcntherby's bmthor,
| aided by the doctors of Starko in this MILLS FOR COMING: YEAR I this increase before five million In /
said. 'J.
as woik. made.-Times-Union. ,': : H. Saxon and mother, !Mrs.\ S. A. reached, we cannot flnllt nor hat any.

'> At a meeting of the City Council Saxon. one ofse. This is. four times what we 1 j'
iEATH OF The committee
MRS. JACKSONWednesday :
W. R. reported
program Ocala-B. S. Leeman i Mrs. J. M. Andrew
the a landscape held the 20th. the assessment for 1D2" and daughters, now have and such an increase will 1
books and distributed .
year completed
gardener of Louisville, Ky., arrived in was made as follows: Lorvno and Gladys, were the guests make values then at lenst four times
morning, Oct. It. Godfsaw them among the members Ocala and has decided to locate here. Mills. I lof Mrs.\ Andrews parents, Mr. and Mrs.
they are now. Not that thin in.
fit to take from our midst our present. The exquisite and artistic lie will be located In the office with General Fund T. M.\ Hagan.
\beloved: Mrs.\ Oscar Jackson. Mm. work was done by the Bradford ------------------5 i-reflKcd value will be evenly distributed
.Jackson born Paul D. Hosman a local engineer. Road and Bridge ------__,_____2' aInterellt. Mr.\ P. B. Hunt and !Mrs. W. B. over the state any morn than It tint
was near Macon, Ga., County Telegraph. The committee
!Mr.\ Leeman plans to make a specialtyof __ _______ .___ 6 Hick are having their residence
\July 15, 1887. She was united in compiling the year book, composed of landscaping home grounds and has Sink---J-- -- On n pll..cwith\ electric lights sup. been In the punt. In some 'parts the In-
.marriage to Mr. William! Robert Mesdames J. M. Alvarez T. J. Al- HiWaterworks 're'n"e will be much greater than In
already been given contracts beau Mrs. C. E.
to Harper, who has been the
-------------------2 others but that real estate value In 1
Jackson, March 1, 1893. Their union 'derman and Edward Burns deserve I
tify a number of local yafds. I II guest: of her sitter !Mrs. W. O. Duvall
I ,was blessed with a son, George Jackson i much credit for their earnest and un- :, Adverthllnl.f'I, of Atlanta a olato' increases us fast or, faster than
to her homo
,""who survices her. She united I tiring efforts. here population has bwn don't' nstritail, i
, Total ________________.17y this! week ,
with- the Second St. Methodist Church After the business session was adjourned I ------ I Dr. E. too often to leave room for doubt. ,
IdlMocon, Ga, in 1883. and spent 32 Mrs. Clark, Chairman of the CARD OP THANKSWe :' visitor here thin Biggs week., won a professional t Many more thousands colon to the I
year in faithful service for the mas- School Committee, presented most state each year than have ever come
a | \
I j Mrs.
Paris to New York G. V. Knight and
,ter"a interesting program, which was made I wish to thank our friends. for \\ J. C. tiaulI'hturIIIn. before. Each person Is a possible pur.
She their faithful Candwell end: Mrs. 11. B, [chaser of real estate and become f I I
. died from a complication of 'doubly Interesting by the graceful and sympathetic ser Loflin, have returned from may
dillea CII. She has been a great suff 'manner in which it was conducted. I vices in striving to lessen pain and C. N. Nelson Macon, Ga. person of permanent resident ami'i

I rer for more than a year. She was 'Several interesting paper were read prolong life during the long period of this week in Cuba, Ice dealer, is spending many do. Florida land will be a /good

confined to her bed a month before
:.berfdeath. Skilled physicians and Marguerite Shriver and Mr. John I 1 the tender service rendered in caring list Church will preach at tho Bap. tlon stop increasing and that time I I..* I fl

noses beside sympathetic neighbors Powell with Miss Ethel Griffin, ac. for the remains. Especially do we evening October next Sunday morning and many years In the future.-L. H. Part. i jj(

and,the loved ones at home had done were beautifully render thank Dr. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. Gill I C. the 2.1th. I rl.1'e, In Lake City Reporter,
companying II. Priest
and mother
everything that could bo done to reb'v 'ed.At M t tn and Dewitt C. Jones, of Stark for i-.rest Mrs. Idella i i 1
pain and prolong life, but God the close of the program an in their services rendered In kindness,I last Monday.J. visitors to Gainesville NEW RIVER

for some unknown purpose has called- ;formal 1 reception for the school faculty and sympathy. We highly appreciatethe }'. Johnson !
a visitorto
her home. and services
kindergarten teacher was of'friends and neighborsat
Starke this week Mrs.' Jim Mott and children of
ISba:; for her kind 'enjoyed all.Delightful home who
was noted loving by labored so faithfully Brm/kcr, motored hem Sunday,
disposition, tenderness and kindness'' sandwiches, tea and cof. night and day, forgetting self but Tampa-Norbert 1) W. and Clarence Adklns motoredto
I bifreticlerirg service to the -sick and killed his Friday
distressed She was kind sympathet. Mrs. Herbert C. Ritch, Press Reporter all that was in their power to serve sister, Violet 4, and' u,
Irftneighbor, loving: mother, and de. and soothe. his brother, Arthur, 2, at their West I. Misses Jewel Wiggins. Inn hedges ;,

voted wife. She has lived a life of MISS ALDERMAN ONE OF 8 We are thankful for the many Tampa home, October 3, was ordered 'and Cone Moody, Mnssrit. Guy An
WOMAN'S CLUB discharged from custody and returned 'drews Joe Moody and, Norman Wig
service, and will be greatly missed in' beautiful flower 1 offerings that were
oar town and community.Sbe The following- placed by loving hands, up on the I to his parents today by the lIi11 bor. I gin attended the show at the State
concerning Starke v
a ough county grand jury. Exonerat. farm Saturday night.
leaves to her loss host casket of loved
who has
a our one pr""l
of1 friends besides a husband, W. R. ';young Union lady Is copied from the Tlme ceeded us. ed of blame, the youngster had not'' M ssn Casey. Atkinson J. B. Runs
of the 11th. lust: been advised, tonight of the and Clyde Come of Urookor motored
Jackson of grand I 11
Hampton, three sisters, W. R. Jackson and family.
Elg. accomplished: musician* and jury's report. Judge Edward !here Sunday\
C.j i
MrsJJ. C. Caldwell, of Hampton, Mrs. vocalists i
;t B. Hi Loflln, of Jacksonville and Mrs. ,i music are in charge of the schoolof MILLERMr. I Darlington, of the Juvenile court I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hodges were
at Florida Stats
J. Wt. Best, of Macon, Ga. and College for on whose order he wan held pending visitors to Starke Friday.
onobrotber Women this i >'
Several and Mrs. and
year. new members Dudley Clyatt removal to the detention/ home
at MarI I
Dewitt Knight, of Jackson. I have been I' Miss/ Jewell Wiggins! and, brother,
moved bark
added this year to the family have to their home lanna, was not so sure, however, that I
gill4 The, remain t faculty staff. I here from Winter Gordon, where they I he ought to be turned loose. "I do nut'': ,of Starke spent the week end herewith I
were for bur-
prepared Those In charge of the music de- have resided for the two think relatives ,
t pant years. it proper that the boy be dla. '
ial by Dewitt
of Starke and carried to }Macon C. Jones Ga., ]partment are Mr*. Virginia Carring.I : Misses Allen Douglass. of Jackson. I' charged, he admitted to me and tot.: Everett Renfrou and Emery Johns s

where they will\ be Interned In Ever., 1|ton-Thomas Marcella Menge-CIark' ville, and Wlhna'lQujllas of Ft White ', Dr. D. !Mason Smith, who examined I were visitors to Raiford Saturday af

Cemetery. Louisa] Glover, Lillian Holmes Helene visited their parents, Mr. andIr! him, that he had shot his brother and L ternoon.

green Walker, Mary Reeder, Ethel M. Tripp E. II. Douglas Saturday and Sunday. I sister, and wo agreed he should be P Messrs. B. !Me'Ran of Starke and
,and !Mona Alderman. ratre Quite a number of the folks of this I' sent to Marlanna. The boy is not Insane I Charley Alvarrx and brother of Starke

INJUNCTION ISSUED ONNOFE.1CE Miss Mona Alderman received her section, attended the Association at but of a low order of mentality." :I motored here Friday and Saturday:

ELECTION I B. A. degree and teacher's certificate Providence, Friday, Saturday and Sun. The grand jury In Its report, said 1 j afternoon.

Judge A. V. Long, of Palatka, last i In piano at Florida State College lat day.Mr.. It waa unanimously convinced after1' Miss Iva, Rosa and Alphin Hodges r
week issued an injunction against JIL.IO.: Her high scboolar.hip gave her and Mrs. Carl Brown of Eau due dellveration of the evidence, that were visitors to Stark and Waldo

holding the no-fence election in Ala. entrance to the Phi Kappa Phi honorsorority. These two Frenchman, CaroUir Galle, visited relatives here last week. J the boy js the victim of accident Friday afternoon.

chua'eounty, the eattl. owner being SLe will teach a limited and ToroKon, are all readr froi. farisi% Me el'll. Cason and Stokes of LaCrosse ,' pure and simple, and that Is no evidence i G. W. Andrews motored to Starka

represented by CoU E. M. Johns, of 1 camber of students and do advanced to trial New st a York.non-stop There flight will ba no were In thin community one,i whatever that h* shot his young'j Thursday.

Starka.: and a Gatnesvfll attorney Irregularities work and study. I lane of ships to pick thm up day last week. j er brother and sister with any crlm.) Emery John and Norman Wiggins

In the call for the election Sebring-fJO-acr. should that clan fail th m. They School at Miller Is progressing' Inal Intent. i motored to Sampson City, Thursday

were* the grounds on which the Injunction of Lr.kela- Terrace tract land north are expected to hop-ofl any day nicely under the management of Mrs. )II I morning.
wo granted. into to be developed sew. Maude Duke and Miss Alma Doug' TalahaasePutman County plan. Mrs. C. L. Atkinson t.t Waldo ,is

-'. subdivision. lace nine to build fine system of roads. visiting' her parents here this week."I'P" .

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I Cor. Sec.-Wilbur MarshbumDoor pleasant manner. Mr. McDonell, our could scarcely; speak English, let alone

Keeper-Roy Reddish treasurer Is also proving equal to his Latin.

Bradford High ici Critic-Alvin Wasdin task and announced '9.58 in the

1 Sponsor-Miss Brown treasury. Mr. Struth, our secretary Clevy (Senior)-How do yon like

We feel that our officers are the prepares our minutes in a conies and going to school, sonny T

best that could be had, and are sure careful way. Buster (Freshman) -Well, I like

Journal that they will take an Interest in their going well enough and coming back

School work. Member of The Honor Roll all right woo but its the staying cooped

First Grade: class C-Johnnie up between times I don't like.

NEWSPAPER CLUB Startling. Mrs. Allen Kincheloe,

a i M EUGENE MATTHEWS' 8AMMY 8TERNBERQAxod.te teacher. One of our frivolous freshmen was

Edltor-In-ChUI. Idler Friday the Newspaper Club held overhead saying, "that so many; insinuatlons .

OWEN GRIFFIN WILLIAM DUNCAN j its first weekly meeting under the B. II. S. BUN K had been made about him.

Atklrtle Editor. Juk. Edit.r. sponsorship of Mrs. Alderman. This descending from a monkey that he WIIashamed -

---- ---- meeting was very successful and fully to order cocoanut pie any'
Intends to have a successful semester. Grace-I'd like to be tho) census
the ran out on the field and caught Bill more.
HONOR ROLL OF B. II. S. into these discouraging thoughts, Edna-Why?
1 with hand and Joe with the other. The officers elected were:
screech of the brakes and the train one
Pres.-Melvin FutchV Grace-It embraces forty million The other day David Moore and Lillian
Month she panted.
For First came to a stop. Myers stepped on, "I'm so glad we won, '
slouched down the aisle and fairly "Has Joe told you the news?" she ask Pres. Elmer McMillan meo. Gainey were eating dinner together. -
First Grade: D. Class-Billy Powell, Sec.and Tr.-William Duncan Lillian said, "Do you suppose this
the ed Bill. for the
reached an unoccupied seat near Somebody said it was easy
Carol White, Don Stilly. he doesn't need to," he Reporter-William Duncan chicken will set well on those eggs
rear of the car. He sat down and "No' but reporters to sit down ad write what
B. Class Albert Williams, Patsy The club la planing to give surprising
a I'v' eftenT"
and just
looked around-the gig! sparkling blue said "I can look at both of you occurs to them. Well, the sitting down
I Edmonds, Edna McKInney, Dorris Sil- ] old thing!" And program before the assemblynext '' "I suppose so," said David, "She
met tell. Congratulations and the
eyes of a girl In the seat opposite, writing is easy enough, Its
We will not tell
Wednesday. sat them all right about two weeks
shook Joe's hand. occurring
cox.A. his sat started to speak he that's hard.
gaze-he up-
Class Oliver Hutto Sreda what it is to be so you must be present ago."

{ Brown, Agnes; Johns, May Norman, thought better of it-and then looked" We hope to publish a short story, I At the call meeting week before last, I

it Martha Slade, Vera Claire Robinson. the other way." I II I II nearly every week, and in this way the election of officers of the newspaper Miss Brown-Listen, you tenth Owenwant to be in the "Spanivh

i Miss Olive Rcy, teacher. I' "That girl, he muttesred, "I've discover some new writer who really staff was held. The followingwere t graders, your work has fallen!! down, I Tragedy."

J Second Grade-Leslie Biggs, Ansel seen her somewhere-Her picture?- should be writing for magazines witha elected: | and if you want to pick it up, you'll Miss Brown-Have you had any es-
____where-? where7What'a
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''j Brown, Louise Brown, W. T. Weeks, well maybe circulation equal to that of the "American" Editor-EutreneMatthews,; :| have to step on it. I I perience?

Jr., Marion Williams, Cecil Thomas, happened to my mcrr.ory7" or "Cosmopolitan" as It is Associate Editor-Sammy Sternberg I Owen-Well I had my leg in a ca ai t

; Billy Rivers, Curtis Newman, Vonda The girls heart leaped, although she evident that the above author should. Sport Editor-Owen Griffin 'I Mr. Wiggins suppose the assembly once

i Inman, Dorothy White, Louise Brown 1 gave no outward sigh of It.-then she However, we hope they won't Join Society Editor-Toleldo Gainey speakers electrify the audi i
roda thus for
Grace Andreu, Fannie Silcox, Mildred also looked away. They those magazines too soon as we want Joke Editor-William Duncan ences. PINE CASTLEMr.
McRae, Eunice Strickland, Lillian ,J I'I several miles-then Joe looked around the honor of publishing them in our The following have signed up for: Owen-Well, no, most of the ad.
I ______ he looked at the I
again again
Stemberg. Miss Ethel. Griffin, teacher. school paper first this club work: dresses merely give them sleeping gas. and Mrs. A. O. Sail, of Waldo
girl but this time she did not look his
4 Third Grade: B. Class Jackson I ; I Sammy SternbergOwen 1 I spent Thursday, here with relative"

Gladys Gordon, Gertrude Moser, Jessie : way."She's. breathed I I ATHLETICS Griffin Miss FlorenceWhen did Dar. | Mr. and Mfs. E. J. Dowling and

Prevail Alma Thornton, Myrna : beautiful, he as ;1 Elmer McMillan ius defeat the greatest number? family spent Saturday afternoon i 1"">
I Fink. his eyes took In the yellow curls tucked Bradford Defeats M"lro.11 to 11 Eugene Matthews Junior-Probably on last history; Starke.

Third Grade: A. Class Halcomb under her small hat, the shining |I Melvin Futch test.
I, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall had u<
Overstreet, Georgia Haynes, Eliza. I blue eyes, the clear creamy complexion j' Friday afternoon, Oct. 18, saw the Rufus PrescottLeo I their guest Sunday, Mr. and Mr-
her simple costume and her small Mr. Morgan This book will do
beth HoIIingsworth Martha Powell H. S. basketballteam ughe
,I' triumph of the Lynn Hall and Miss Ida May Crawl,
Louise Snyder, Evemell Strickland dainty shod feet. over the Melrose high team by a Lillian Fogg half your Latin work. !'of Hampton.
/ I "Simply marvelous," said he aloud,, Cnrlyle-Give me two quick!
Miss Madge Middleton, teacher. |; score of 17 to 11. At the end of the Rosa Moore I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Youngblood and
Fourth Grade: B. Class-Lois Ad. OH the conductor cameby. Melrose was leading bya Troy Tomberlin
first quarter son, Lawton of Graham, Mr. and Mrs.
kins Eunice Canova Tommie Cason "I.er____I," he stammered as the I But the good Ruby Prescott Miss Brown-Your English U ter.
Score of six to four. / G. F. Johns and daughter, Dorrla, of
Mildred Griffis, Loin Long, Marjorie I conductor looked at him lIuapiCOUKlY/|/ luck of Melrose etd: not lost and at Toleido Gainey rible. You'd beter go to London and Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. Gillet of Hampton -
"What time do we arrive learn the King's English
Junior McDonell
Stump. score
the end of the second) quarter spent Sunday afternoon here with
Fourth Grade: A Class-Eva Pre- I Reao? was tied six to six. At the beginning Bus.er Kickliter Joseph Malpas-Oh, I know he's Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sheffield.:

fl vatt, Martha Brownlee, Carrie Hutto, "Reno? said"the conductor sharply I of the third quarter Bradford stepped Al'en: Long English I Clyde Hall spent the week-end in

S. R. Johns, Jr., Sinclair Peek, Jr., "Don't stop. to the front by a turn of the tide Merrill Struth the Ft. Harley section with relatives
Grace Alvarez. Miss Eunice Perkins, I "What Joe jumped to his feet which dazzled the Melrose. team so Wll'lam! Duncan Elizabeth-I love Floren/o'R piano Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling visited
just the girl stood she looked finish, don't ?
ut up you
teacher. I lout its This quarter Clarence Andrews
that it nerve. Mrs. C. B. Roberts, of Gainesvill,',
Fifth Grade Bowers Grat- alarmed also-"We---don't stop?- David Moore Carlyle-Yes, but I dread her be.
-George ended in Bradford's favor by a score Monday afternoon, who is seriously
ton Cooper, Frederick Dodd, Millard w-why man-there" munt be some of 14 to 8. During the fourth quarterthe Gerald Cox !ginning. ill.

Judd, Bartley Murphy, Julian Peek, -mi tc.keer> -". game was at it's height, and in Mr. Stowcrs and Mrs. Oxlcy: of Wal-
"No mistake, the train: fifteen j Physicians declare that death
Jr., Richard Williamson, Margaret of brilliant playing Melrose could SCIENCE CLUB is
spite co, were visitors In our section Wed
Brown, Mary Brownlee, Ina Andrews, minutes back of us stops there but: not reach the .score of old Bradford, pleasant. Well, a number of students nesday, afternoon.
don't -what can I do fort I Members of the Science Club met in I around here that.
Bertha Lucile Edwards we sorry of can prove Some that
Dyal, Florence and the reculted in a score
game B. E. Hall of Hampton was visitinghis
lady?" he said turning to' Mrs. Dowling's room Friday morning are dead from the
you young ears happy
Fincher, evpnteen to eleven in favor of B. II. S. ]I up seem brother, A. C. Hal! Wednesday.
Tompkins JeanetteUn-i the girl. and elected the following officers: enough.
Rivers, Inez Til sand' and give nine rahs. I Mr. and Mrs. E J. Dowling spun
derhill, Annie Varne Mrs. S. M. Cox, "W-why the trains just got to This game shows what practice can Pres.-Josepeh Thomas Tuesday In Starke with frle1(:s.
said the lCirl-her big blue VPr68.-Clevy Norman Speaking of evolution, David Moore
teacher. stop, eyes do. Don't be satisfied with Just this Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sheffield were
"I I'll miss the if it Reporter -Lawrence Wiggins told a few fellows the other day that
Sixth Grado--Louise Marshburn, pleading- game game, let's have 'em all. visitors to Gainesville, Tuesday after.
Elizabeth Williams Etholin White doesn't! I I I" A "Peppy" school spirit was shown Sponsor-Mr. DowlingThe he could! trace his ancestors back to n
Beverly Cady, Gary Overstrcet Grace | "Sorry again" said the conductor, ,at this game. The school colors purple members of this club are: family tree. Whereupon Eugene replied

Coleman. Miss Cora Calhoun, teacher. I but train doesn't stop at all until we I and gold were much in evidence. The Joseph Thomas "Well there aren't but two
Seventh Grade-Muriel Silcox, Rachel are seven miles the other side of Reno"I I girls all wore purple and gold coca- Clevy Norman kinds of things that live in trees, i I Pile Cured 'la 6 to 14 Day

Silcox, Delia Williamson, Hazel ] and he walked from between them! ,cola caps. (Good advertisements for Lawrence Wiggins birds and monkeys, and I don't see any Druddbterefund Co cure Itchiotl., : monev Blind.If Bleeding.PAZO OINTMENT I or Precluding fall

'I II Adkins, Novella King, James Richard leaving Joe and the girl staring at Mr. Coca Cola, don't you think?) Merton Clark feathers"on you. Pile: Instantly, relieve Itching:. Pile I and, ymcan
e Jimmie Brownlee "Yes, followed he get restful sleep after ant application me.
h: Wainwright, Richard Long, Henry'Silcox. one another. We also thank the patrons who came Sammy, "If

Glenn Wood Milton Brownlee: ,| "Y_you were going to Reno to the I to see the game. Come again. twisted his ankle the doctor would J A TONIC
d Jr., Mrs. A. J. Wasdin, teacher. Game?" he asked. REPORTS OF CLASSESOur probably pronounce it a bad case of

1 1, Eighth Grade-Mellie Minton, Irene I "Yen!" she said, "and so were you?" The next game will be played with Frivolous Freshmen monkey wrench,"-next! drovers" : Tasteless chill Tonic restore

Cain, Theodore Young, Paul Knight, "Am going," he corrected, "If I Lake Butler, on the Starke court, FrI- Energy and Vitality by Purifying and

f Edna Standsberry Evelyn Strickland, have to jump off here with it making ,day, Oct. 23. | prepares our minutes in a concise and I Mrs. Alderman-When were you Enriching the Blood. When you feel m

: Pearl Manning Thelma I Silcox, Louise j I seventy per---w-why I've got to The girls have started clearing their i The Freshmen class held its weekly I born. strengthening, invigorating effect see how

I ) Haynes, Miss Helen Caldwell, teacher. be there-there won't be any game I tennis court with .scythes and lawn meeting last Friday afternoon and discussed Elmer-April 2nd. It brings color to the cheeks and how ,
High School | without me! I I no the girls don't handle the plans to immediately improvethe Alderman-Tardy again! It improves the appetite, you win then I

;, Ninth Grade-William Duncan, '"I know," she said "You are Myer: mowers let the boys do that. appearance of their room. The appreciate Its true tonic value. I
I'' ; ,,' Strickland Ruth SternberK.rt Edna -Joe Myers, to be exact, star football I implements, they committee appointed to attend to the Owen-Am I a bass or a baratone? Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply

; Tenth Grade-Jessie Williams, El. player for U. of F., senior thi: REPORTS OF ORGANIZATIONThe painting of the walls consists of: Allen 'I Mrs. Wall-No you are not. Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup So,

f #? mer McMillan, Wilbur Marshbum, year, son of J. D. Myers' great financier Long, Merton Clarke and David Moore. pleasant even children like It. The blood
i ,1\ Lola Gainey. no.____ well, thats all Assembly held its weekly meeting ,,The committee for fixing the window Mrs. Alderman-Did you study your needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON tc '

t Eleventh' Grade-Gusnie Mae Ben. you need to know about yourself at I Wednesday morning in the audito. i shades consists of: Troy Tomberlin I Latin last night Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs and !
i nett, Florence Andrews Elise Jones, present." 1 rium. The meeting was called to order'| Everett Hewitt and Rufus Prescott. Junior-To tell the truth I was so Grip germs by Its Strengthening In"lgllr-

,' { Owen Griffin, Eugene Matthews, Ha. He looked at her a moment and then 1 by I President Owen Griffin. All the :Thj committee to get a new glass for hoarse from yelling at the game, I ating Effect. 60c.

,yp't;' eel Middleton, Clevy Norman, Grace laughed I new business was discussed after'( the transom consists: of Junior Me.
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!Mood, Alvin Wasdin, Sammy Stern- "Guess you got that out of a paper which Miss Eva Leatherwood played Donell, Charles Kickliter and William
; berg. -But what theerer what are we I a piano sofa. Duncan.
himto "The Spanish Tragedy" really a I I Miss Ruth Sternbeig is proving
Twelfth Grade-Lois Edwards. going to do? It did not occur to a
J High School teachers: Mrs. T. J. At. ask her name. 'comedy, was given under the direction capable president. She presided over THE SOUTHERN SERVES THE SOUTH
down and 'nt the Literary Club. The nlavlet was the meeting In busincs-like yet
derman, Miss Florence Matthews, "Well! she said, "Sit a
Miss Thelma Brown, S. S. Dowling. let's talk it over," and quite naturallyhe : p e tdlnvery comical l way and I
.1.1i'i sat down by her-. enjoyed by all the high school. It consisted .

TAG PAY BIG SUCCESS "It isn't polite to yell across the of two acts, each requiring I STATE:; FAIn OFFERS

? aisle at one another," he explainedfor about five minutes time. PRIZES FOR WORK IN Southern RailwayDevelopment
night a strange man In
The cast was as follows:
she add that
and didn't
an excuse
town wondered why there were no other King-Cecil Wtatehead. CANNING AND SEWING
of the/male auslon neither was it polite to sit down by a
per on the
Queen-Leola Fogg. -
young lady whose name you did not ServiceThe
streets. He walked on-but not far.
I Princess-Ruth Sternberg. Jacksonville. Fla.-Various prizes are
know avid whom had never seen
i Two girls rushed breathlessly towards you l Hero-Joseph Malpa I ICurtains I I the State Fair officials this
1 him and said, "Let us tag you." before. They talked and talked, they'dldn't [ Elizabeth Andre.and Tottered I j by
know what they said but'they'both to the winners of exhibits In ardenlng -
said "What for? and they answered year
"A seemed happy. They did not know I Lucile Johns. I I canning poultry sewing, mUliDeny Southern Railway Development Service
dime a quarter, fifty
Scenery-Reba Maxwell and I!'
when had through Seno nutrition special products -
they passed cooking established the
cents-anything-the oky Is the limit. I IFootlllChtsAllen was to promote prosperity of
After a while it was finally made but suddenly the tram stopped with n I Long end Buster I dairying and home Improvement, the South by assisting In-the attraction of j
decided off.oe I work It la stated,
jerk-they to get of the
\ the purpose
clear to him what all the rumpus was four) Klckliter. new industries-the development of mineral
gathered up three hat boxes and being to develop the resources of theI
li 'I about.of the It was Athletic"tag Association day" for the benefit suitcases along with his own bag and I An imagi.iary orchestra composed I I,I I I State raise. the standard of !living and resources and the improvement of

;, 't" After the stranger had dug down staggered! off the train puled out anlll'I 'of the following famous: musicians Increase the income of women and agriculture.

p j deep into hia pocket and given the he turned to find the girl laughing. rave some very lovely selections. 1 girls, Cooperating with all associations and individuals
I "Did I tell that lived here?" Carlyle Ritch. I The home demonstration work for
ii ifirlit his last cent, he looked around you Grace Wood closely engaged in broadcasting information regard
through clubs -
she I carried on
laughed. II
j for a dark corner to hide in--and, : Hazel Middleton girls schools andunler ing the resources of this land of opportunity,
He dropped the bags."What's allied with the country
d i there he found the men whom he hud name?" he asked Elmer McMiltan: the terms of the Smith-Level the Southern Railway Development Service

V missed on the streets. They all had rudely. your Mary Lee Wynn I act this service Is offered to women particularly offers its assistance to:
to hide from the attacks of the group
"Mary Sue Graham," she .said her and girls not attending college The 1
of "IrIs who were selling! tags. ETIQUETTE CLUB territory In which It II con. Afano/aefurer looking for a site close to sources
J t This persistent group tagged people eyes dancing.' The Etiquette Club held their' preferred rural of supplies of raw materials,convenient to coal or
It Is slated Is the sections
I on the streets all day Saturday. "Mary Sue Graham, she said, her first meeting Friday at Physical Edu. ducted. hydro-electric power, with ample railway facilities
of the State.
No one got by without being accosted eyes dancing. cation period and after much formality department at the fair thai and favorable labor conditions;
V and asked to help raise the money the "Not"Bill Graham my room mate'slater (naturally) elected the following officers of particular Interest to tot Home-seeker. desiring; to locate where wintersare
? he asked then muttered will prove
Athletic Association needed. 'I mild and heat moderate
: women and, girls of the Stale will b4 summer and where
The total amount taken In Saturday "her plcture--that's what I saw. Pres.-Lois Edwards. Woman's Work. All article* the community environment is attractive;
J was $31.85. This will be used "Of course, she said, "do you thinkI V-Pre8.-Ine. Frink that
1 to pay entered In this department. except Partners seeking a farm or orchard where mod
.I the entrance dues to the State Athletic hadn't would have let you talk to me if I Sec.-Joseph Malpas those entered to classes for professional erate-priced lands,fertile toll,easily accessible mar

I 'I Association and to buy new basket known who you were come on Sponsor-Miss MatthewsMiss *, will be strictly homa-mada, k... and food railwa'aer"lc. contribute to profits.
balls. I my car is at the house we can drive Matthews armed with abouta the handwork of the exhibitor
i We wish ,over in fteen minutes," she glancedat she and Illustrated publications and special of
to express our sincerest dozen Etiquette books says that Many prize are offered by the 8tt reports
4" gratitude to all who so generously '' her wristwatch, "that will give is going to teach us to be correct In Fair for winner of work In embroidery the Southern Railway Development Service on

gave when "tagged" Saturday 'you five minutes to change. Hurry, manners, if not In studies,or die in theattempt. crochet tatting, culinary, plant the resources and opportunities of the Southare
i j"f Bill will b worried. I've been in Jacksonville
< other cia..., *
and many free of
We promised, the author of this for a few days and he was to and Tower sent charge upon request addressedto
The members of this club
are: announced.
short story not to publish her name. meet me. Please hurry!" Lois Edwards Is Development Service, Southern Railway

And we won't go back on our promise. They were on their way soon, and JOlleph'Malpaa System Washington, D. C.

1" t But just to give you a hint we'll say what a ride! Inez Frink

I that her first name is the name of "Mary Sue, "Joe said, watchingwith Edna Strickland I 'f s a xowT

the state in which the city of Rich. one eye the speedometer register Arthurine Blanchard 1:3: SUFFER 6SOUTf4

',* mond Is located, and her last name f.I is sixty-five. "Would you think I was Ethel Moore t +

.XU I the name of the equivalent of seven .such a fool if I old' you I love you Everett Hewitt I No with need to disease do so
days. --that I've fallen in love with any
f1 i. Iva Boyd r caused by malaria.
"Football -of day-Ouc.-hll!! look out for that car! Jewell Wiggins % There's a remedy for
Twenty.Flve"Joe "No," she laughed, after she had them all-UM<| with
Myers, star of the football team Just scraped by a car, "I don't wonder LITERARY CLUB success for 6O Yn Nf
\\0 of twenty-five, hurried down to the that I hit that
most car, 'especiallywhen g TNLS
J Club
station. I've been waiting! almost a year 'I The Literary met Friday
"Wish I had gone on the eight- morning in Miss Brown's for
t) hear those word. In fact I fell In room
i"1/. ten with the rest of the boys," he love wit). a picture of you that Bill ;, the election of officers to carry on the
j sighed. "That would have put me in had. work throughout the year. The follow 1

't e"1 Reno two hours before the game, and ing were elected: SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM.I

'. : as it ISI I won't have an hour and_" The game was over Florida had I Pre .-Edna Manning

i The shrill! whistle of a train broke won and Joe was the hero! Mary Sue V-Pres.-Carlyle Ritch

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'>, Winter Haven-Mm. Etta L. Hill, I
68. of Bartow,, was painfully injured I ForI

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs ---I I.j yesterday afternoon when she was

-_.._-_.... .. knocked down by an automobile* while STATE FAIR I s
----.j.jL. att.empt',1C to cross East Central
Avenue near Ingrahnm Street. :Shy'

[ Live i State News was crossing the street and did not ]Livestock Exhibitors to Be 1.

see the car, driven by LU. G. Venin,
.....au.w.+.r m."i r .iii inn .................n' a salesman of the Havpn.Villa Cor Awarded 10000.00 In .

Told by Our Exchanges I' poration. Mrs. Hill walked into the Cash Prizes. I

car and was thrown to the ground, f

suffering from a broken ankle and Jacksonville, Flu.-Approximately.
concuRions. the fact that Mr.
Only ($10,000 In
cash will
prizes be
Alachua-Alachun Park is being Futch obtained possession of the Venin had been driving at a moderaterate awardedto
in according to the plates which Dawson is the winners of livestock exhibits at
put condition | alleged to ; of speed saved her from being
state sanitary requirements, to accommodate have brought here from Germany. It seriously< injured or killed. She was the Florida State Fair, to be held here

the camping parties is said Dawson is wanted in many placed under the care of a physician I from November 19 to 28: a feature of "

traveling through and in a short time cities as a confidence man. and later removed to her home at which will he the parades of the different II I 1 1I

there will be ample accommodations Bartow, where she is said to be resting breeds to be exhibited in l larger I )
baths, where the traveler may be refreshed Tampa-A man and a woman kill comfortably, but suffering con. I rata -
numbers than before.
I on the way. I ed at an early hour today by a lamp siderably i iboutnern from shock. Mr. Venin was ever I

I ; ;: might tram at Kuakin, 20 exonerated from blame.BlountstownA These prizes are In addition to the
: Tampa-Tamtinulld to lead as. i| miles south ot here, have been identinew -I|i ?___ i cash prizes offered to the various. girls!

a world shipping point for phosphate as E. Warner, 2tf, of I fat.:: Peteis-I 1 special session of 'and boys' cluh exhibitors, and In reenltlon '

,' rock during the month of September burg, and I Sarasota:: and a Miss tells, the! grand Jury will convene here of the credit due the herdsmenIn :
according to figures issued today by
.,' telegrapn operator of I barasota.:: Harry October 27, to investigate the murderof his preparation of the animals announcement
Houkins traffic the
C. S. of
manager Jay tier, 2a and Miss 'laelma Wood 20, : May Stafford of Cincinnati a In made by the fair officials
,' Tampa board of trade. A total of 103-- i i auto of Elienton; are in a serious conM.wn young prisoner in the Calhoun county that iporlal prizes will be awarded
i 923 long tons were exported last to him. one of the conditions of the I
c in a local hospital .1 ney were jail who( was found dead in a nearby
month. Domestic ports got 61,397 tons ) (said to be en route to Tampa m a car creek, September 25, where the warden awards being that the animal must.

[ and foreign ports received 42,626. I juriven i by Warner. VViuiuses said tile had given her permission to bathe. The have been under his personal chnrg* Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for tI

Lake City.-The heaviest automobile i automobile crashed into tile tram at nude body floating in the creek was or care for at leant six months previous .
traffic ever recorded in Lake City ''a speed estimated at about 'K) miles discovered by a boy fishing. The special The to -llveiitork the opening pxhlblto of the will fair ronnlnlof Headache Colds Neuralgia Lumbago !;

on any one day was recorded this afternoon an hour. session was called by Judge Amos
by autorities policing the I Lewis, following a hearing given cattle swine flr sheep and Routs win Pain Toothache Neuritis Rheumatism t
t. second third
numerous and
streeU. An additional force was required -I, uain."ville--An interesting proA ary Lee, a negress, held in connedi fourth prizes offered the winners
to dispatch the hundreds of gram non urea urrangeu fur LUll annual ti with the case. The negress was various classifications.money I

cars and this was augmented by an coining cuieurution on tne wu" -etldI bound over to the special session. : I I DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART I| J JI
endless stream of banner curs passing I I of Oct. 24, at toe University 01 r tort- Eighteen witnesses took the stand in l
through en route to the Floridu-Uuor-|, u s. jjuU a L>uy win bu run in conjuiic- the preliminary hearing: and two are Curry sough to grapple with ,

gia lads football game played in flan w.tn Uus event' on October ;':<1. held In jail without the privilege of him and at the name tame, started his

; Atlanta Saturday, Oct. 17. On i'riaay evening, there Will be a boil) until the grand Jury convenes machine. Curry was hurrying the payroll -,I Accept"R_tamer" pnckagaVthicli :

co.ic.ert in time uuuiiorium, given by Calhoun county has offered to raisea to workmen, engaged in the con S fi' .:: contains piuvcu directi ionsons.

Tallahassee-The first appointment Claude Murphree, University organ. purse to employ an assistant prosecutor structlon of a municipal golf course, Handy "Buyer", lmxi of 12 tablets I,,;J
of a woman tax collector in the his- mi, on tea new, memuiiul organ, tau to aid County Attorney II. V. south of Luke Worth i Also bottles of 21 mid 100( --)Iriiggl tii. I

tory of Florida U. believed to have baud ana lUis. David Worth friuuy MoClellan in the case, I Aiplrln !I. Ik* tr.d- mart of ll.r<>r M.n"f>elun of Mnnwuwtlrai-liliotiir at Snlli-rltotulcl\ }

been made today with the naming by intent and at 10:30: I fauturuuy: morning, : LAKE BUTLER GOODKO.U ) -
Governor Martin of Miss Lill :M. uteri. win be a meeting of the exec.ULIVB Kissimmee-Construction of a $10- '
J Smith of Fort Lauderdale, to take committee of: tne alumni uaaoMulioii 000 band shell for the city of Kissinv ) MEETING: WILL.. I I II loading citizens of the county assembled Hush staten he will continue to operate
I that place for Uroward county. Miss and at 1:30 the alumni utumd mee and the Klssimmeo Concert Band and all pledged their support. It the plant Btcndily. More ornngCHwill
1' Smith was chief assistant to Collect- a luncheon. The football game be* will be started in a very few days according To Urge Passage $360,1100) Bond Issue wall then that the mooting for this bu shipped tomorrow. The out.

hW. O. Berryhill, who resigned because I twcen Florida. and Wake forest is to Mayor-Commissioner Pat. Coming Up on Tuexcluy-Half For week were decided upon.A look for high prices up to Christmas
of ill health. I another Il1l1tureSaraliota'l'he. Johnston. Mr. Johnston Ben Bostuin large development has been proposed is very goad, according to a statement
i president of the Kiwanis Club City State Highway 28 for the Lake Butler section by of \V. S. Munro, manager: of tho plnnt.

Tampa-Mrs. L. M. Anderson of young woman killed Commissioner, Howard M. Katz and King Properties Inc., real estate cor On account of the rigid government

who has served as president of the ut an early hour tn>s morning when an Director "Biddy" Sherouso of the Kis. Lake Butler-Preparations were under porution of Jacksonville according to inspection. requirements the output

Florida Parent-Teacher Association'
for the past two years anounced her j I !boutnern freight train at l liuckm was trip of various bund shells of good road meeting to be held at the that concern depends upon passage of \Ve expect to have u good( crop of

resignation today. Ill health and other 1 Miss Mattie Kens, 20 years ot age, of South Florida last week with a view ,court house Friday afternoon to work the bond issue. I orimjriM. The' grapefruit crop will bo

duties were given as the reason. 1 I this city ;inn: hud been employed hero of determining the best appointments j for passage of the $J(!O.UOO road bund\''' "This territory, affording some of light this season, acconlinir, to present 1

Mrs. :Mary Leary of eland firsvicepresident t us cushier at a local telegraph office for the one contemplated here. The i issue which is to be passed on by Union the best farm land in Florida, bus iml.ciiUons. In the Wauchula district

will head the organization uurmg tile last year I tone:: is survivedby new band shell! will be modeled after county voters next Tuesday I I I burn in need of development for n long the crops will lie heavier. Prices will

until the en dof thef fiscal year I a widowed mother and several! the one at Tampa Architect King of One-half of the funds derived from while" stated Mr. Johnson, "und be unusually good" during tho early

in April when an election will he held. I brothers und sisters. Her father was that city and Manager L. D. 1'ickie, too bonds, should the issue puss, will it is our duty to support such corporations Benson

'; i i a prominent merchant of this city of the Tampa Board of Trade having ;bu used in hard-surfacing state highway as King Properties which I
Tallahassee Final for insti- No. 28 which
plans from Luke
runs interested. A would
;'prior j to Ins death about a year placed the blue and other dataat lire development
ago prints WIIWO) N"r THEY TELL:
tuting a chair of Americanization of City to Lako Butler, und 1 thence to
Iney were originally irom :buvunuu, the disposal of the KiHsimmeeani.Tumpa mean that price values over tho e- I ITho
the University of Florida will be con- ,Ou., where her father wall engaged nconduct.lng ( ::;Sturkc in Bradford county. The remaining lire county would be boosted and everyone
sldered by the state board of control l store > $160,000 will be used for im- would be benefited." Intent icport received by Mr.
seed Norbert
a K. B. Warner Noble 8, who shot
'i A. A. Coult of the Fieri
of institutions of higher learning meeting and killed rovement; of other/ county highways. Plans have been nude to have Gov. secretary
manager a local hotel was ads: o sister, Violet, 4, and
here the first of next week. The :State: road aid will be secured forIiihway da. Development Board of Jacksonvilleis
,killed hud his ernor John W. Martin speak at Fri.day's
only resided here a short brother Arthur, 2, at their West
to the effect that salesmen In tho
legislature appropriated $2,500 for the No. 28 while bond .
a meting but ho telegraphed Weil
time, having come from :St. Petersburg Tampa home, October 3, was ordered north have
selling Florida real estate
chair and the American Legion raised now held in the court
j here. discharged from custody and returnedto up supreme nesday that a lust minute rush of of-
$40,000 in a drive to serve as a per- I J I his parents today by the Hillsborough already hat been pum'd for tho hurd- ficiul, duties would prevent his going.! assured hundreds of buyers that Governor -

manent fund towards supporting the I j Gainesville-ThAlachua county county grand jury. Exonerut.ed .- surfacing of roads loading from Lake Martin will ask special tog.

chair. I fair is fust weaving into what pro m. of blame the youngster had not Butler to Providence; from Luku But It.MLKOAl) TO BUILD sion of legislature when It meets In

West Palm Beach-A- ices to be the biggest and bust fair 1 1 been advised tonight of the grallliJury's ( ler to Worthington Springs, and from 1 SUED/ AT LAKE CITYI November, to pass n law permitting'D
move was on
that this has Lake Butler to MacClcnny. i -
county ever had Much
foot here today for the establishment i report. Judge Edward C. polygamy in Florida.
i interest is being manifested through-1 Darlington of the The bond issue now held up in Tallahassee The Seaboard. AirLine
juvenile court
of a o,000,000 for all l ,
cities sewer syiitom 1 out the county and the agricultural: exhibits on whose order he was hold pending supremo court called fur $HOOOO to has agreed to erect a train shed "These Hnler.men have even gone
located Lake Worth. J
matter was discussed on The 1 promise to be the best ever and removal to the detention home at Mar- be applied to the roads mentioned.J. at Luke. City thereby ending litiga to ridiculous extreme to toll prospects

Commission lust night and by the City held 1 ''will tax every available foot of space 1 i iannu, was not so sure, however that W. Townsend, president cf| tJlu tion, pending! / some time. that tho new law will allow lit

over for further information.was State 1 in the exhibit building. Live stock and 1 ho ought to be turned loose "I do not Farmers and Dealers Bank of LakoliuUer The cane originated when the Col. i wives to each 40 acres of land and

health offices are co-operating with I, poultry will also be at their best. Thllihas think it proper that the boy be dis- filed petition for injunrtiuncharging umbia County chamber of' commerce that hundred of people arc moving

city officials who seek fllho beenwulVor LcofWafahkvI charged, he admitted to me and to irregularities in voting. He in May 1023) : petitioned tho Railroad
n plan for pur declared I to Florida the strength of this
has also been at the time that on :
a improvement
ification of Lake Worth very prosperous year 1 Dr. D. Mason Smith, who exatnintny Commission to order the Seaboard t
I I with the farmers and apparently the I him, that he had shot his brother and on Highway No. 28 was more Air Line and Georgia Southern and prospective law, I am told," declared, 1''

Palatka-Imbued with the spirit o fare awaiting the opening of the fair, sister and we agreed he should! bent Important than that on the other rondo Florida to construct a shed at their Mr. Coult.

the recent clean-up and palnt-u t i,, whereby they will have an opportunity s to Marianna. The boy Is not insane i To Withdraw Petition '' lake City Terminal. After hearing l

campaign the Atlantic Coast Line has| to show what they can be and what, but of a low order of mentality."i When the present election was authorized witnesses for both sides a few days

painted the passenger station at In- :i, has been grown in the county say of- The grand Jury in its report said however, Mr. Townsend l expressed biter, the commission issued an order, To Stop M Cough Quick

terlachen and is removing to a much| ficials. The fair dates are Nov. 10, 11,, i it was unanimously convinced after ) his approval and publically directing the two railroads to place take IIA YES' IIKALINO: IIONKY, a
less conspicuous place the non-orna- ;' 12] and 1a. four full days and four 1 due deliveration of the evidence, that stated that he "will support it to directing the two railroads to place I cnuitli medicine which Irritated !!!} by
'' healing the Inllumed and tissue.
mental water tank which has stood fora 'bright nights. 77 the boy js i the victim of accident the (limit. He also declared that if the desired facilities at !the Lake City /

long time almost inthe center of the :', 'pure and simple, and that Is evidence the issue is posed at Tuesday's election station I A box of GROVES 0PENTRATE4AI.VK "
town. | l'erry-The officials of the Taylor that ho will withdraw hiM : for Chest !:idle' HI nit Colds and'
Sidings are being lengthened whatever that he shot his pe- The matter later Is enclosed with of
County Fair young. was taken to the Croup ivory botllo
getting tition
things i iI in from the
to take care of many additional cars.I I I i readiness for the | ('r brother and sister with any cram' supreme court, thera- :State:; Supreme Court, and a settlement I MAVr.S': IIKAU.V: ;/ ; IIONCY.: The salve
biggest and best
I I fair inal intent. by making possible sale of bonds for Han just been effected. slimild ho rtiMx'il' on dm clout end throat
> Zolfo Springs-An early shipment 'ever held here, the first week in ,i both issues immediately and, assuring I if children suffering from u Cold or Croup.

:' of cucumbers and peppers believed j November. Much interest is being :\Iiaml-DeclarlnlC negro laborers Union county of one of the best The lh"-81111I1 ITnt of (llnvo'' Ili-nllns, Idmpy In- 1
?There to be the first in !the state was :i! manifested throughout the county and L I here were being paid more for their road systems in the entire state. Wauchula-The first car load of alijn the/| thrust comlilnml. I with the liuNliutl fffitt ofbnwe

'',:made today on the Atlantic Coast Line the community exhibits promise to bo i work than they were reviving. pri- Meetings have been held at various[ oranges rolled out of this city yes, tin akin 0 U-hn'I.te MMin ."' 1'0 a cuilllll.Ifcilh Hulv. throuith the Intro fl' i

by T. N. Crews, a leading Hardee( I'larger l and liverstockand i ever be., vate' nurses in Miami have adopted anew points over the county all of this terday. They were packed in tho K. I ooot I of the rrinAtllMi cotnhlwd am puked Intntmniit In one!U 3.V carrnn anil. the I

:j v' county farmer. His shipment Included I ;I'!' fore. The poultry ox- scale of pay and hours. !!areal. week where "encouraging results W. Bush packing house, which open Just fthk your druggist fur IIAYES'b
600 hampers of cucumbers for Miami, hibita promise to bo larger this year r
200 for Palm Beach and 150 for Tam I' than in former years. An amusement; Association will charge $10.50 for Johnson, president of tho Union Cou n. j t

pa. company wil furnish the midway attractions -. I twelve hour day in place of the former ty Chamber of Commerce with head i i l

.t ; the fre acts will include i i ion twenty hour shifts for which theywere quarters here. '

.day'4 St. Petersburg.-Returning here to aerial act, high diving dog and a, paid $8.60 and $10. respectively'i I The first meeting was held at It+d- '
from a six-weeks tour of the nightly display of fireworks. i Miss
The fair Ilia Robbins, superintendent of ford Tuesday afternoon and a second
tate, F. B. Dolph.of the Central Na. dates are November 4 to 7, four big; 'Gowdy hospital who opposed any, at Providence Wednesday. Approval

tional bank announced that work ofmapping days and four big nights. I i change In the scale declared that with, of the bond issue was expressed by

with all the highways of Florida Leesburg-With the newly adopted rate the average, the general public at both places, it is
information regarding the die the view of eliminating -> patient would '''said and
tances the j be unable to afford a' strong support was anticiputcd. WANTEDParties )
between each town and the genera far possibility of accidents as 1 j private nurse to matter how badly Another meeting/ was held at
] conditions of the will as is possible the city commission
roads begin is 1 i such care was needed. She pointed I Worthington Springs Thursday aft, i I<
within the a new ordinance
near future. It i is reported drawn up by out that
the twelve hour day would I ernoon before the grand rally at Lake
that 60,000 copies of the state City Attorney T. G. Futch which will i I ,make the cost of a private nurse for Butler on Friday.

map latest will be distributed. t will be the((1 require the railroads to place safety i it twenty-four hour duty 21100. "In the'' "I am confident that bands for both I
gates station
and most up-to-date map on t a flagman or have every 'Florida train thoroughly
culation.and will have statewide cir ing the flagged before cross |purpose as the higher scale will prevent I I| a very short while," said Mr. Johnson
First | grade
edition of crossing in the '
the roadmap busy I
sections many people from taking nurses, today, "and it will mean more to this
of the
be in city. Action
newstands within two in the matter and then section
during the winter there will I of Florida than any other one
months''i it was said.- death was of hastened Robert M.this Scarborough wek due to who the 1 I be an influx of northern nurses who, thing that I know of. Nothing spell with trucks to contract the cutting

Miami-Henry L. t will work at a lower rate," she said. advancement for a county more than
Doherty, New was killed Monday when l
the .
York banking and public utility mug in which he was riding automobile was i in, !;' West Palm Beach--Shot twice when l I a we good will road have system if and that la what and hauling of Cypress Lath
nate has Tuesday's election!
heavily In Picture collision with a flat car, attached to 'he attempted to muffle the payroll 1 I j' successful." it ,
City, a development on the east coast a moving freight train at the Ninth, 'bandits, who halted his machine today Support I Blocks, we to furnish the timber. Average
of Florida between Stuart and Pal street crossing of II| Pledged
m the Atlantic Coast near Lake Worth Ocean
; on Booler
Beach, and will [ Actual fight for the good roads' ,
be associated with Line Railroad. Scarborough died feu yard F. W. Curry, 26 paymaster of! was started last haul 4 miles. .
Charles Friday afternoon 1
Apfel in the management of hours after the accident. Ills remains, (the Lake Worth Gunn Company, Is'In i ,
the project, according to advices hereto were sent to Eastman, Ga., for burial. the Lake Worth General corn-1
Hospital I
Mr. Apfel. The development takes in a critical condition. A cash We aho buy Cypress Blocks f. b.
; payroll i Butler o.
in the town of Olympia and the Gomez St. Auguetlne--One of the local I t of $3,600- waa taken from for considering means to a". .
and Fruita hotels getting Curry' ma. |! sure passage of the issue. At that time t
railroad stations. A motion ready for the winter c chine by the bandit The t: Write
picture studio is proposed as one season is Hotel Monson, which is rook was one of the boldest in robbery* JainMtmnnwur.wrvwuavun"wiewrmw.v.nCOFFINS I cars your loading point. or see
ing history of ---------------------
of the features. Confirmation numerous improvements. A band
of Mr. i the city. According
Doherty' interest in the managementof 11 some has marque of copper and glass' i I Incoherent story, told u to doctors victim's fought]' | & CASKETS I I
been d
the project has not been received'entrance constructed over the front 1 i to save him the men, nicely dressed : And a Fall LJna of '
from his New of May
York offices. Street The
at the south which abound gardens i i ran an antomol..le dote to him on UndtrtakfT Supplie I'
with rich '
Tampa-Fred Dawson with tropical Boulevard, forcing him toystop. tf
several shrubbery
aliases, was indicted by a federal ered, and stretches of beautifully lawn have flow been I I All three left the machine and AUTOMOBILE HEARSE I LUMBER MANUFACTURING

grand jury here today on a charge of made even more attractive by the ad'i counterfeiting United States bank dition of i I guns. Curry claims he did not recog- via at the lowest prkaa 8pocUl -
pretty garden
furnishing. A
notes. Lawson I ales the fact be was being held atUntloa t 0 tcl. COMPANY
was arrested by sun dial, gazing ball and two marble i until) upl craph or
i the bandit I
John Futch deputy United States benches are charming reached for the ders. Registered EatboJaor.
marshal, and banker of Lake1 nd. gardens form l i money He first thought he was being
a popular gathering I i made GAINESVILLE FLORIDAFRID.A.Y
: the victim
Futch testified of a paetleal Joke. ,
Dawson place for
approached guests as they overlook: The garb of the bandits sus-1 DeWITT C. JONES I
him with a proposal to make, the blue waters of Hayed f

bay and,I I l pielon, he raid. When the kadar of IT AAKE. FLA
and circulate curious paper money. have a most picturesque view. I I trio the
.sought---to-romova the bag of. i .



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: missionary .society was cordially entertained -,-I i rill' i n 1111111 m 111+**"< to Starke, Saturday. tanpayvn and Itlicna of th. Town of Town y,
Florida, and all
Monday afternon by Mrs. C. Mr. M. Hall John ana wife were therein that on the 10th. panoniInUmtMl dar of
I' F. Starnes at the parsonage visitors to Orange HeighU, Saturday.Jack November A. D. 1828. at Stark In Bradford,
'I Church Services I I.r.IIIIIII.IIIII..1 I County. Florida at Ten o'sloek''A. M, th,
J. White leader for ,
Mrs W.
was Carsttnsen. and wife visited Honorabl A. 1. Adkln.. on. of the Jodx'
the afternoon and Rev. C. F. Starnes Mrs. Carstensen's parents, Mr. andsEa of the court afomald, will h... the above
I .
entitled eau upon th petition of tH"-* town
I.:. opened the meeting with a prayer, es- Mrs. Carstensen'tf father Mr. S. R. 1 of Lawtejr. Bradford, County Flnrida.lfor an
pecially for the missionary work in Swindle, Saturday and Sunday. I order of said Court validating and oonflrmlg
Belgium and China, which was the METHODIST certain bomb In the aunt of Twenty Thoti..
Capt. R. C. Heiber had as his week and (920.000)) Dnllan In denomination of
subject of the afternoon's study. Those Miss One Thousand Dollar each bearlnrc Infemt
,| taking part in the talks and readings Sunday school at 10:00: a. m. Morn- enj guests, his two daughters at lh. rat of alx per centum ((8) per annum
Phones. 20! mid 1O1)ROANE on the subject were R4v. and Mrs. i I, Ing worship and sermon by the pas their Margaret friends.Mr. and. Eloise, also a few of lulled. p.for.ble the,purpoa mt.annuallr.. of Installing said' bond a light."belnt
I tor at 11:00 a. m. In the Town
Stances Mesdames G. M. Tomberlin, Inff lyctem with electricity ofLawtey.
Allen Kincheloe, W. E. Middleton, J. I Ii I' Epworth League Sunday eveningat Clyde Hall was a business vis. ,light,Florlila.line and from the Lawtey.building Bradford of nnelectric

t -EDWARDS : pleasant home on North Cherry St. i H. Ritch, E. L. Biggs J. W. White, 7:00: o'clock. Preaching; service at itor to Hampton Saturday. County, Florida to Stark.. Bradford County'
I The devotional and program department !; M. Snyder and Miss Amelia Ray. 11'1:7:45 p. m.Prayer Bessie Cloversette has been on the Florida. to .net electric current ,

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Edwards an- I of the society was conduced by i The hostess, assisted by her I meeting and cnolr practice sick list this week. to NOTICE chow ...In..*hereby at"the given time to and the place above herein named.
nounces the enttnttement and approaching Mrs. George C. White. "Ways of :Miss Eva Leatherwood, served two I I Wednesday evening'; at 7:45.: \Mrs C. G. Manire spent the week above .......itled. If any they have why eeld>
marriage of her daughter, Mabel I Winning" was the subject discussed, I kinds of dainty sandwhicheft, sweet Rev. C. F. Starnes, pastor of North end with her mother Mrs. Hattie Clov bond Dated ehould this the not 21it.be validated day of Oet and, A.confirmed D. 1U2O.

to Leroy L. RoanA!.of Tampa, Florida. and three ways were especially men- | pickled peaches, and iced tea. Walnut St. Methodist church. ersette. W ALDERMAN.
The wedding to take place on Friday Itloned I -prayer being discussed by Miss Leatherwood favored the company I I (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court County.Bradford Florida

i evening October the twenty-third, at : Mrs. G. W. Alderman; Bible study with two pleasing piano numbers, PRESBYTERIANRegular NOTICE E. M. JOHNS 10-28-U-Jt-n
six o'clock at First Methodist, church I by Mrs. Bullen; and systematic giving I "La Czarina" by Louis Canne, and I I II I Judicial Circuit of the Slat I Attorney for Petitioner
I In the Eighth
Mrs. F. A. Scott. "The Scarf Dnnce" by Charminade. I I Sun- ------
Gainesville\ Florida. by / services will be held of Florida. In and for Bradford County. Flu
In the absence of the president,1 The next meeting of the reading ;day. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. I Town of Lawtey Bradford County, To Cure a Cold In UIM sway
WEDDING Mrs. W. J. Epperson, the: business circle will be the third Monuday in I Preaching at 11:00 a. m., and 7:30: Florida. P.titloaer.H.. Fake LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tableta (.
ROANE EDWAIUIS setttlon was presided over by the Vice November, at the home of Mrs. J. W. m. bir the pastor. I' Slut of Florida, Respondent.I eop.the Coudh aDd Headache and workaotfthi I
ANNOUNCED p. the public end Cold. E W GKOVC alunarar on each boa. :JOr!
PARTY I Notice li t hereby given to
White Sanderson St. I
President, Mrs. Scott. The following; on j I-I I
made M.W. M H. MM MH H HMHM. ]
appointments were :
I nesday niirht.
The leading event on this week's
Frostproof-City to vote soon on i
Program committee for the year: all the above services. --
the marriage of Miry '
social calendar is bond for
$355,000 issue municipal
'I Mabel )Edwards, the daughter: of Mrs. I\Irl. A. E. Wall, Mrs. J. C. Robinsonand improvements.. I i i Subject of Morning Sermon is "Seat GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY
Mrs. L. A. Eastman. The Line." I
Mary Elizabeth: Edwards, and Leroy -
L. Roane of Tampa, which will occur Circle leader for the year: Mrs. J. Panama City-Plans under way furl|I The evening subject will be "The. & RITCH
Friday evening at 0 o'clock at the M. Browclee. erection of $450,000 hotel.! i|: Power of The Purse." INMAN .
Methodist church. Flower committee: Mrs. P. M. Barefoot I I i REPRESENT THE nEST LEADING
Mrs Ray Newson and Miss Inez !St.' Cloud-Contrncts awarded for ST. \MARK'S INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE
Mrs. Guilbert Younjrlove, organist
I I I Abe:'nathy.I construction' of several mile new water ', AUTOMOBILE
will render of wedding mu ACCIDENT LIFE
a program I ; St. Mark's Episcopal churih! : Sunday -
Plans were made for the: Association mains.; ,
'' ; sic while Mrs. Jack Brings, one of I BONDS. LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
meeting, which will be hell In Starke services at 11:00: a. m.
tho leading soprano sincere of Jacksonville Grovclnnd-GiovelanJ Hotel being MADE PROMPTLY
willing I rltlav, October the 30th. 'I I BAPTIST :
and a sister of the bride ing remodeled. Building construction
The hostecs, assisted by her daughter -
prior to the entrance of the heavy I II I
Miss Inez G. II. unusually A. M.
Abernathy, Mrs. Sunday School-10:00:
bridal party. Bennett and Mies Gussle Mae Bennett 11:00 A. M.
$ I j! Morning Worship- :
Miss Edwards will be given In marriage i LAWTEY I
served chicken salad, saltines, stuffed Sermon: "An Ideal Church"Evening
by her brother, W. H. Edwards olves! pickles and iced tea. 1----1. Worship-7:30 P. M. ,
t of Lawtey. Next Monday afternoon the circle nea visitors to Jacksonivlle, Tuesday. Sermon: "A Praiseworthy Church."
,, She will be attended by her ulster will meet with Mrs. L. H. Eastman. I Enoch Griffis was a visitor to Flag-I I 1 Sermon: "A Program for a Pro..1 j
Mrs James C. Adkins as matron of ler Bench the first of the week. Mr. I' !' 'oswlve, Christian."" ,, ce t I

Honor and will have as her maid of Miss Edwards Engagement/ Griffis reports that part of the state :i B. Y. P. U. 8:30: P. M. I

Jr.honor The, of, Miss bride's Starke Mary will nephew Parker carry, A.the McCraw.Z.ring.Adkins, Announced at Bridge Party- I on J.a boom.E. Goodfellow came home from i iI I !Sermon Evening' : Worship"The Agony,: 7:30 of P.Salvation.M. I JIIJ ( i : I II \

One of the attractive affairsof of the I Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30.: I
Y Mr. Roane will have as his: best man, most Lakeland and spent the first I II
the fall season was the bridge 'week with his family. Always good music and song. I
Carl Plunkett of I
l' I Immediately following Tampa. the ceremony bridge party given last evening by (I \Mrs Nancy Britt returned home : You are cordiallv Invited!II. I JAMES + 1751i"WD150ty -
Mrs. James C. Adkins at her home Sanford where she
Saturday from I
Mr. Roane and his bride will leave 'I. 1836.I
W. Avenue Mrs. Ad- sister
t. : on< University spent about three months with her -
;. on their wedding journey, keepingtheir / ,
kins entertaining at several tables of Mrs. R. Muse. HOME DEMONSTRATIONS
I//: destination secret and on their '' : i
'e, t return will reside in Tampa where Mr olnyers In honor of her sister Miss i Mr. Howe of Washington, D. C., a : AGENTS' REPORTS .I llf Scot Taught

..It 1 ;'\ Roane Is engaged in the realty business. :Mabel Edwards. 1 tool maker for the government, was e e e .
.. \ .-Gainesville Sun Oct. 18th. Pink roses and coral vine on mantles 1 here several days last week looking Pasco (Mm. H. A. Ticknor Enrolle(1
w and console tables were an effective after property interests. 27 new members in club work this i

PARTIES PLANNED FOR combination with the tableniarki | Miss Bessie Terry of Jacksonville, week. fflllffi Madison Thrift
BRIDE-ELECT- ; rs and score cards which were spent from Sunday to Tuesday here Palm Beach (Mrs. E. C. Morgan :
I pink satin hearts lettered in gold. at the home of her parents, Mr. and Am beginning a new year of club
Beginning!!: Tuesday afternoon, Miss Mints were served during the eveningin !Mrs. T. J. Terry. work and preparing a regular schedule IIlIIII 111111 President James Madison often.re-

Edwards' time will be occupied with heart shaped satin cups. I I Mrs. R. S. Dickerson. of Bunnell is of meetings ferred to the 'lessons of thrift taught
parties, one or two having been planned For high score a pair of hose were a guest this week of Mr. and !Mrs. I I Holmes (Mrs. B. A. Caudle) : A hog
III o for every day leading up to her '!IVPII, for second high, a vanity set Knock Griffis. and cow were canned at a recent meat Illiltil 111111 him when a youth by Donald Robert

w wedding day.Tuesday ami" for low an embroidered linen 1! Miss Bullah Futch returned home canning demonstration at Ponce de IlIIIIl 111111 son. a Scotch schoolmaster.
afternoon, Mrs J. 13. towel. The honoree was the recepient ''last week from Wauchula, where she Leon. Over 50 people visited the de-
: .. Brook and daughter, !Mrs. Fal Johnson of a set of hand embroidered dinner spent six weeks visiting her sister, monstration during the day. IIIlII 111111 Thrift and banking go hand In hand.

1 p are entertaining at bridge at 3:30: napkins. ':, :Mrs. Urey Gunter. Marlon (Miss Christine McFerron): I 11111111 111111 Thrift means banking. Banking means
q t o'clock at the home of Mrs. Brooks' During the service of the salad Clifton Brown of Tampa, spent Saturday Club girls of the county are very thrift
on West Main street I course each guest: was presented a and Sunday here) with relatives. much interested in flower gardens and

}ri\ I Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock nt the corsage of brldusrosos tied with pink George F. Young was transacting vegetable gardens. Seed stores and Thrift and banking are national slogans
residence of her parents, Col. and MM i henrts and ribbons.. On opening the busines in tarke Saturday. the chamber of commerce are giving

) Robert W. Davis on East University I hearts they were found to contain thc Mrs. Catherine Teare left the first cooperation and we hope to have a today.
,. avenue Mrt. James E. Tubeville, Jr., announcement of Miss Edward's engagement part of last week fur Orlando, where garden In the home of every club girl.
I". will be hostess at several tables of'j ,: and approaching/ mnrriu .. she will spend two weeks as the guestof Gadsden (Miss Elise Lafittee) : The, I I See us at once about your banking.
.' bridge players for thin attractive to Leroy I. Roane of Tampa, the wedding Mr. and \Mrs. J. D, Randall.N. county school board has given the,
'j bride elect. to take place on Friday aft, T. Rich and family uf Starke use of a large and convenient room
I Mrs. Brannon Ogletreo'B miscellaneous noon, October 23, at 6 o'clock at th motored to Lawtey Sunday afternoon. In the old Academy building for a I II
I :'" shower occupies ,Wednesday First !Methodist Church.-Galnesvill ]I. :Mr. and !Mrs. R. Muse and son, Cur. demonstration kitchen and workshop.A I

., afternoon, her quests\ having been invited Sun, Oct. 20.IALLOWE'EN. 'I tie, of Sanford were guests Saturdayand large hand loom has been loaned Bradford County Bank
) for 4:30 o'clock, the shower to Sunday at the homes of Mr. and for use by the home demonstrationwomen
I bo given at Mrs. Ogletree's new home, MASQUERADEPARTY Mrs. Daniel Futch and Mr. and Mrs.G. and girls. Soon they will be
I Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
'r4 tl t' corner Roper avenue and Lassiter L. Futch. using their old rags in weaving at- I
f street Friday evening/ Oct. SO, at 8 o'clockin Mrs. A. L. Taylor was a visitor to tractive rugs Established 1889 STARKE, FLA.
'11-/ !Mrs. J. M. Dell will be hostess at the Club house will bo held) a Masquerade Starke Monday.Mr. Plnellastlss(\ L. M. Rouse) : Club I

ti bridge Thursday morning/ at 10:30: party. The public is invitedto and Mrs. John McLead of Mel- work was recognized In 10 schools this : I
r ii : o'clock at her home on West Main share in the fun of watching rose were visitros here Saturday and .
street witches and goblins do their various Sunday. (\Miss Josephine Nimmo): :
Wednesday evening at her bungu. cjipers. Prizes will be awarded for the 1 Shep Sapp came home from Jack A little bed over 50 years old was refinished I
t IJI low on South Wilson street, Mrs. No best costumes, to both young and old. sonville and spend Sunday with his in gray enamel and) a vanity
'.1 i Inn K. Hlgtrinhotham Is entertaining There will he on sale sandwiches, pie, family. dresser of goods boxes was made and

I at bridge at 8:30( o'clock for Miss Edwards. candy and hot drinks. For the chil- !Mrs. W. E. Torode was av isitor to painted to go with it. These are to

..I, .-Gainesville Sun, Oct 18. dren's delight/ a witches caldron. here with hlsAFMlcmfwyp vbgkqj.:; be used as part of the exhibit, "the City Property
n General admission fee will be ten Starke Monday afternoon here with Hub girls' room," which we plan to
MRS. BAREFOOT HOSTESS TO rents. ( his brother, W. H. Edwards. put on at the county fair.
BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY i Miss Florrie Terry of Jacksonvilleis Citrus (Mrs. E. W. Moore: New
I MRS. STARNES ENTERTAINED spending two weeks here with her settlers In the county are calling
f Mrs. P. M. Barefoot was hostess READING CIRCLE parent Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry. >daily for lnft>rniation relative to the Ij I II
Monday afternoon to the missionary I J. II. and J. T. Moore went to Jacksonville planting of palmettoea and other lo. j jI
of the church her The reading circle of th.Iethodist:
society Baptist at I
Tuesday with a large truck cal materials! in planning the home-

load of string beans for which their stead. I ,: LIST YOUR City property with the livest real estate
r- --- -- -- ------- -- -- -- averaged nearly four dollars per HilUborough (Mrs. Mary S. Allen:
I j i. office In the County. II. C. Wall has been
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hamper. i Officers for the year have been elected
: \Mrs. R. L Sannan of Jacksonville by the new board of directors as I placed in charge of City Department of G. M.

1.w lk I .a.- ....... ..c. I:11 Is spending a few weeks at one of her follows: President, Mrs. A. Brantz of : Inm' n.s office. Listings will receive his personal
I farms In East Lawtey. Lutz; VicePresidentIrs.\ Matchett I
4 I i Walter Ferris of Chicago returned of Hopewell; Secretary', Miss Wind- attention.
i I here the first part the week to look host of Valrico; Treasurer, Mrs T. R. ,
We are now showing nn assortment of beautiful I after his farm about two miles north Cnrty Lake Magdelene./ (Miss Motelle
\ I of Lawtey.' Madole): We enrolled 50 new club
,1 r J Coats. The prices are very reasonable and T. J. Terry and V. R. Reddish madea members this week. Everybody Is interested I Have many bargains now listed and those desiring

t'} i we Invite you to inspect them. I business trip to Plant City and In making Club Enrollment I to invest in city property will find it to their interest
Tampa, Friday and Saturday. Week a success
Silas Brown and son, John, were I to investigate at once.

A shipment: of dresses have just arrived, visitors to Starke Saturday. | THERESSA. I I
Mr. and \Mrs. Edna Ploughman and II
Black Satins, Cut Velvets and Georgettes, also baby left Sunday for North Georgia' Rev Hayman ;of Orange Heights. Ij I
filled his regular/ appointment at Bap.
I where
they will spend a few days
Wool Dresses and the "latest" BalbrigganSuits
with relatives and friends. list church Sunday morning and evening j

at attractive prices. \Mr. and) Mrs. B. L. Cash and baby I, and preached a very interestingsermon II
I motored to Starke and Kinksley lake' to quite a large crowd.
I 1 <\} I II Sunday afternoon. I I' P. M. Geiger was a business visitor I Properties That Will Not Remain :
Carl Brown of Jacksonville
S The Sweaters are lovely, too. We have all spent

I sizes! from the "Teeny Weenie" ones on up.Marguerite's. meHiar.'MM.Sunday here at U,the VadgatU"frohn'BrhntteyTif. home/Madison; of, his' granda'' .,-LAX-FOS Habitual WITH 14 Constipation to PEPSIN":21 Days is CuredIn a specially- H E US, ; On The Market Many nays'j

prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitua1
guest Sunday of his sister., Mrs. J. S. i Constipation. It relieve promptly and j
Andrews.C. I should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days 3 Acres wth house-pecan trees-In
I -Ud'4"j" '"' B. Gore visited relatives in Archer ,I to induce regular action. It Stimulate and Town Price $3600. ;
k I II and Ocalar last week. Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take 60o
I I I At theo special election Tuesday! Oft' bottle. I.I j

II I Tuesday, called to- fill vacancies of Ia itOt7CIL'XN'"""" ,,n"lIWWWw"""" "",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, SEE ME FOR TEn'lS"j
Mayor and one Councilman. W. M.
i iI Bryan was elected :Mayor br a vote of ALL RIGHT, boys, bring your II 1
[ 21 to 8 over his opponent, B. L. Blan- broken guns watches talking
chard. W. H. Edwards was elected machines, clocks, sewing ma. "
I Councilman without opposition.R. chines. Work guaranteed. Get H. C. WALLOffice
R. Thede was transacting busi.\ your guns in before bird season -

I Shoppe'I ness in Jacksonville, Tuesday. shape.and have them put in good 1.

Electric Machinery In Strout Building

Ii Ij I 666M Shoes Repaired LatestC. .

I. I I II I H. CLARK 4 Phone 116 Starke, Fla.

I j i .O=O'bS6 _0=0 .H HI ft .f.ml.a.. f** Nest Door Hemingway's
I Malaria, Chin and Fever
F ..r Dengue or Bilious FeverIt Meat Market ./

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OCTOBER 18, 1925.
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Brvoktrm. 1C T Officer seta
[ Postmaster N. B. Hull has been eon
"Seme I suffered
write i- :years ago
fined to his home for several days oa from severe ..nea8l1.... bres.bt w I

account of illness, but we are glad to by sctdlty of the atom- r
Bits of LocalInformation report hips much better at this writing. acba.I could agent
bat very little foo4.I .- 3

Mr. and !Mrs. H. C. Richard of Pal was rapidly losing
I weight and feeling L IE j
atka, spent the week end here with miserably. I tried-
Mr. Richard's mother, Mrs. Emma Tutt's Pills and the
Concerning Our People Business and I Richard. lint dose cave merest

Progre of the County and Town. JMJ I ( relief. I continue .
Mrs. W. S. Stroman, Mrs. Carl to take them as

[ Stroman ar.d baby, and Harmon Stro- directed and am glad .
recommend them I M
., ;, man, of Tallahassee, were week end to to all my friends wbe AW
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowl. have OSMI them with meet 1P'&tUr-:
-, j Mrs. H. M. Snyder spent three days ing. log re ulta" 'At all drncxtst 11j
recently in Jacksonville with Mrs. ,
Weather Report for week ending r Fred B. Noble. ; !Mr. and !Mrs. E. M. Johns returned to hear of this accident. ,
21 1925. .
October I Sunday, from Atlanta, where they at- -
Oct 15 88 72 Trace O, Legal blanks for sale at the TeleUraph -', tended the ball game between Mercer 'i
Oct. 16 94 70 .OC l office. and the University of Florida.
Oct. 17 92 70 TracOct. e \ !

Oct.. 19 18 78 84 68 70 1.75.00!: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard, of Pa. Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. of Lakeland rENT-A-\VORD Read of the Men of 77T 77Ti II'II'I

latkspent Friday and Saturday with Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. II. L. i
Oct 20 70 50 ..OC.OC I
his Brownlee. Mr. Limbaugh left Mon-
mother, Mrs. Emma Richard. ,:
21 66 46 j
Oct. I | day evening after attending the sale of i I Financial Independence .
week 17 inches.
Total ralnfal for his I I
Call St.
Jno. R. Slider, salesman of Day- residence on East I

Parks tomt. was in our town transacting bus. I FOR SALE or trade for real estate
W. B. has
Dr. returned from
I iness Tuesday. I I Balbriggan suits for the young I 1 used Essex Coach; 1 Overland Ij
a trip to Atlanta.Mrs. j', girls, at Marguerite's Shoppe. Touring car. Quigley and Davis. j Every man wants to be financially independent, ;

: A. A. Durden of Hampton was in I' 10162t. I and every man who spends less than he earns will
D. E. Knight spent several dayi sour ', Dr. C. F. Sayles Is a guest at the

the first of the week In Jacksonville' business.town Monday afternoon transacting home of Ool. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. Dr. I II I WANTED-Pecan beaters, white or win that independence in time. How long that
I Sayles hits been in New York and i' colored, wages $2.50 per day. See II.
will be how much he and
depends how
Miss Inez Moitt of acksonvllle here his home In'II on saves
,,1 !Mrs. John Shriver '',, stopped enroute to j L. Stevenson or J. S. Norman. 10-
here with relatives.Dr. Brooker, was'in :Miami. I
'|pent Sunday town several 16 2tLUSTA soon he starts.
days last week visit-1 I

J. E. Maines of Lake Butler, ing her daughter Mis Marguerite. !I!.! II. D. Duke, of !Madison, Is makinghis white Flee dog, will answer I

was in town last Friday morning. hea'tquartera here while employedas ] to tho name '"Laddie. It found reI -
Jack Hoxip in Have You
"Sign of the Cactus,
Universal a civil engineer on the unfinished I turn to owner. Reasonable reward.!

New sweaters just arrived at Saturday. Gaiety Theatre. stretch of highway: between Starke Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. I NOne

Stump's Store. The latest in Silk and Wool outfits and Jacksonville.Mrs. l
FOR SALE Genuine
MissionaryStrawberry Dollar Will Open An Account Here
i! for the latest arrival, at Marguerite's -
: W. J. is in St. Petersburg plants from Salisbury,
Ras Brinson of the U. of F. was in: Shoppe. Epperson Leave order I
Maryland. early.
I your
I with her son and daulI'hter'In.law -
town one afternoon last week.C. Ed L. Browne Rt A, Starke 7-24-tf
I Lillie Mae Anderson, who Is one of Mr. and Mrs. Raiford L. Ep. i

B. Brown, of Sampson City was the Brooker school faculty, was in person, who are rejoicing over the LOST.1 sutty sow, white face, 1

in town, Wednesday.Edith town Saturday. i I birth of a little daughter.Geo. I Hampshire !gilt, one ear split, 1 light: : BANK OF STARKE 1 1i

d I I blue list bar, marked smooth crop,

oberts In "Backbone," aIe: :, Gerald Middleton, who Is attending :i Flynn of Orange Oity spent split underbit, $5.00 reward. L. ,

tro production. Friday, Gaiety- the U.his of parents.F. spent the week end herewith Is the here week on end a here visit with with his her wife parents., who I Crawford Starke, Fla. 2t* i The Bank of Helpful' ServiceWE

Theatre.G. !I 1 Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Canova. FOR SALE-A nice young thoroughbred I
I Ifl'
:Mrs. G. B. CoNon and Miss Free ;j Shetland pony. Well broken,
A. Anderson of Lnwtey was transacting Wynn of Brooker, were In town Satur-'! !\ and Mrs. J. C. Rampley of Ovon and gentle, to ride and buggy. Just .

buaines here last Friday. day afternoon. Park were visitors here during! the I I the thing to develop( the boys. N. 1>. ---.----- ,.. -"_. uJl( .. .nl"rmr"

I Rampley's mother, Mrs. SI! F. Ham I Wainwright, Starke, Fla. 0-25tf. .- ----.

New shoesJust arrived. at t Rev. L. L. King, of Apopka, was rick home who hns been visiting her

Stump's.L the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley daughter for the past few weeks. FOR SALE-Best Rustproof and Fu- DflCJIIIIIDID:
lant Monday. I gum Seed Oats, and Kye Seed. Also I
II. Hill of Lawey was in town -*-. ____ __ 'i Mr. and Mrs. James Adkins have complete line of trucking and

last Friday. % Bob Shipman of Waldo was in us their attractive guest at their homeon garden seeds. Seminole Seed Co., Wood Wanted

town Sunday afternoon visiting I' W. University avenue, Mrs. Ad- 14 years in the seed businejs, I
Beautiful Coats at Marguerite's friends 4 I bins'1 1 sinter, !Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of Gainesville Fla. 10-2-4C,

Shoppe. Stnrke.-Gainesville Sun. Oct. 17. I II
Lewis Torruella who has been in I STOCK I Beginning October 1st., we will pay $6.00 per CordF.
E. T. Stweart of Brooker was in New York State for the two'' Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs.. J. II. CONCORD GRAPE VINES: Orders.

town Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. <', months, is home attain on a past visit. I i Ritch were In Lake Butler last !Monday taken now for January delivery, I O. H. Jacksonville for first class four foot light.

I II afternoon. They atended the stock from this vineyard under our !i wood suitable for retort purposes& and four foot oak ,
A. Z. Adkins Wednesday meeting of the Lake Butler Woman's constant supervision" at all times. : .
spent Col. oe Hill Williams of Lake But.i| wood, $5.00 per cord F. O. II. Jacksonville.
in Gainesville with her mother,''' ler, was in town Tuesday afternoon I Hub. Good heavy vines, pure Concord

Mrs M. E. Edwards. transacting business. < ,; strain. Best table grape grown in We purchase wood twelve months In the year and always endisror .
I J. J. Rigdon spent several days in state and n eplei<1 shipper. $11
S. F. Norman of Raiford was a visitor : J. C. Robinson and family were''Jacksonville with friend. find l relatives I per 100. Address all orders to A. J. :,' to give full measurement and make returns promptly.

here Saturday.Leo the guests of relatives in Jacksonville, while there, !Mr. Rigdon attended the'' Swartz, Lawtey, or leave at this When making shipment mall tin! copy of your bill of lading!

Taylor of Orange City, spent Sunday i Baptist Association. office. 10-9..3tpd.SEED ...... ._ .__ __ I

the week end here with friends> i Fred F. Stump returned Fri. Mr. J. J. Rigdon: and, daughter, !Miss i PEANUTSN. I II Florida Wood Products Co.

day from New York, where he Eua, motored to State Farm Wed. C. or Florida Runner Seed Peanuts .
D. G. Cox of Fort Lauderdale, has
nesday afternoon. $1.00 per bushel (Four cent \
purchased a large line of Fall
been here on a few days visit with 1
and Winter dry goods. per pound) t. o b. Lowell, Fla. JACKSONVILLE FLOIUDAYFQ
his friends.L. |I Mrs. Riggby of Tampa, has been H. T. HALL COMPANY. I Y

C. Adams and family moved hero here on a visit with her little daughter : 'l-9-tf. Lowell. Fl.JIFF !Il.WllUQlImIIIIIIlIIIlII I1IIIcnmmmmmmmmmmrammmClmmllltilmmClmmmlOCUUlCDWClRlllmDmm llll
Wyman returned Wednesday Mattie Belle, who in intending __ uuu
Monday from Hampton and are occupying --
from a business trip to New Orleans, the Liddon cottage on N. Wal school here, and her sister Miss OllieMarr. -

where he spent a week.L. nut St. I II I ___ I Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Thomas gavea : We charge'

I )party Friday night in honor of can your ft
Henry of Portland, Oregon, has
Mr. S. T. Jacksonville witha
Page of ,
Mrs. C. W. Lld come hero to assist Mr. in
Wyman was a guest Tuesday Wednesday party of 13 boys, spent the week end crowd attended all good 0 _
the reported a !
S. work. I
Forestry1 of Misses Olive and Amelia Rdy and at Kiigsley lake at tho Nat cotta re. ,, time. I LU Storage Battery In I

:Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Among the party was Thomas Neff, a
i !Mrs. II. E. Thomas mid little son,
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph -, I brother of E. R. Neff, our former I
Floyd, of Brooker spent a few clayshero
office. I Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith, :Mr. and county Engineer.The Starke
I last week with relatives.Mr. .
Mrs. T. N. Limbnugh Sunday at'' !
spent I Smith's
J. W. Lewis was business vis. Garage
J. R. Davis who has been confinedto the State Farm with Mrs. LJmbaugh's'brother Waldo items of the Alachua a. Fla.
itor to Graham, Friday.Mr.
his home for sometime on accountof J. S. Blith. I I County News, carries the following .
and Mrs. Jeff Mills and chil.
dines, is able to be out again I item: Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, of ,
dren of Jacksonville the weekend
A daughter was born to !Mr. and Starke spent Sunday with his brother,
with Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lewis
He sure to visit the big sale at ,. Mrs. R. C. Buford, Saturday evening,I H. M. Griffin. Mr. yI
and and Mrs. Leon Lewis.

Stump's_Store.________ at St. Lukes' Hosnital. Mrs. Buford; Mr. Perkins Lewis left last week
I was formerly Miss Irma Stilly, daughter -| Lovely black Satin Hats, large for Jacksonville, where he has employ, J- R. DAVIS I & CO.
D. Ritch Green, of Miama, was a of I I
:Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stilly. shapes), )the latest in style, at Marguerite's -
week end guest of his parents, Mr. j W. ___ HW &; Shoppe. ment. '
I Mrs. Charley Kely few i
and Mrs. A. Green. I Mrs. Henrietta Blitch, who has spent a I II I INSURANCEAGENCY
days last week at Brooker at thebed
been spending several weeks with her i Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh of
H. C. Richard of Palatka, was tran. son, J. S. Butch at the State Farm re- | Lakeland spent the week end here with I,I side of her father; Mr. Mott who
I : is seriously III.
"acting1 business here Wednesday.I turned Monday to the home of her relatives and friends. They were once ESTABLISHED 1886
I Mrs. J. W. Dyal of Graham, spenta I
daughter, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. residents pf our town and they havea I, r
few days last week with her
I ,
Mrs. U. D. Miner has been confinedto host of friends who are always gladto parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lewis.J. .
her home several days on accountof F. F. Stump has returned from a welcome them back to our town. I STARKE FLA.
I H. Kelley and Mr. J. W. Lewis at. ,
ten days stay in New York, where he I
tended the Primitive
I Baptist
went to purchase winter goods for his Contracts for deeds, chattel mortgage annual I
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin and Mrs. stores. I blanks, option contracts, war meeting at Pilgrim Rent, Sat

A. G. Dval, of Jacksonville, were deeds retain urday and Sunday. I
ranty title notes, turpentine Leslie and Roy Green, of Pine Hill, _ _ _ _ Y
guests Tuesday of Mrs. Lila Griffin. Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph j leases, etc., for sale at tb.Tele&rapb .
Casey Atkinson, Ray Andrews, of
nfflre.Mrs. ,, office. Brooker, attended the party at Mr. |5 s s s s s s s s s s s 5 s s s 5 s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s Sy,
Walter Wills. of Tampa was In our; i,
and Mrs. J. Thomas' .
town transacting business Wednes, N. B. Hull, who has been in.. Ladies Auxiliary of Presbyterian. B. Friday night.J.

day afternoon Hemstead, Long Island, visiting her II!church will have a Cooked Food Sale, I B. on Thomas business.was in Krocker, Wednesday Announcing the opening of an office

sister is exported to return home to- Saturday afternoon, Oct 24, at 3:00:
Mr. Gid Howard and
Mrs. J. C. Robinson and sister Mrs. day. o'clock at Oull' Store. sister, Miss
Ellen and mother of Fort Banks for the listing and selling of and '
C. D. Shank, spent Wedr..day ship-1' I i A variety of Cooked Food such as city

ping in Gainesville. I II Mrs. O. W. Brown and daughter, pies, cakes, salads, baked beans, etc. the party hero Friday night.
Mollle Shaw of Fair Banks All handled
spent country property. matters A
I Mrs. J. T. Moore, of Lawtey, were Will be on sale. I Tuesday here.
Mr. and Mrs S. L. Peek are tho guests Thursday of Mrs. E. S* !

proud parents of a son, born the 20th. thews. Mat.I} ,) Frank A. Sweezy of Vauxhall, N. J"I' little Mr. daughter and Mrs., Delatha Selmer Startling, of Cootor and personally and your business solicited
I is here week
this after
Maurice G. Langford spent Sunday I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rampley, of < Interests. Mr.looking Sweezy. has made Sunday Pond was afternoon-visiting friends. here last on a basis of fair and square dealings.

in Alachua with his mother, Mrs Alice Avon Park, spent the past week with 'several visits here and has made many I

Langford. Mrs. Rampley's mother, Mrs. SarahL. friends who are always glad to see
Hamrick. 'him. Renew Your Health I
Col. D. E. Knight returned the first

Punta of the. week from a. business trip to: Mrs. L. A. Davis, Sr., who has been I Rev. and Mrs. L. B. Simpson of Kentucky by Purification
the guest of her son and daughter-in-- I were in town last week visiting I .
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Jr. friends Rev.
law Simpson was once
I Any physician will tell that:
Nine more days to visit the returned Thursday to her home in pastor of the Methodist church here you .
big r October sale at Stump's. of" "Perfect Purification of the System M.C.STITHREALTOR
Fernandina.Mr. I and he and his family have a host
in Nut urn'H foundation of
friends who welcome -
glad to
-- -- are always
-- and R. T. Osteen and Mrs. A. B.I! them back in our midst | Perfect Health.1 Why not ridvnorwlf

Surrency of Brooker were In town | I qf chronic ailment that

Saturday afternoon visiting Mrs. P. M. The many friends of Capt. S. A. are jn'Jerminin} your vitality ) I +

American Lunch Barefoot. Bryan of Baldwin regret to learn of Purify your cut ire IIjt'rnoy, l> taking Y

his serious Hines, caused b ya accidentwhich ; a thorough course of CalotubH,
Where You Get What Mra. A. L. McFn.Wei: tiu': Alic '' happened while he was out on I --(/nee or twice" a week for( severalv Oflice In Hull Bldg. Starke tla.rZ5S2.42StSZ52S575Z52.r. s

camas and J. S. Thomas, of Mcln.i| duty one day last week. The car In erks--ami n"e low Nature re.TU m ."
tosh were guests last week of Mr. and which he was riding was overturned t
You Want at a Popular I < you x i.I.: fa...llh. ""SZS! ,
Mrs. F. C. Hoover. and it was reported that he has several "
I ( HIIA) .S l lire the. greatest of ally
ribs broken besides other
injuries. -
Price Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Barefoot and The last reports were that he was j feni. pirffcef; Of n family The Qalalne' That Docs Nl Affect Toe tesd I Colds Causo Orlp and influenza

8. Courtney children spent Friday afternoon with'' renting very comfortably. Mr. Bryan packr :e, containing' full directions F*V1-II"JM' tonic and (Ia.nlw.ewt. LAXJt* 'I' LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tibtou. moan

Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. Smith at Sampson: was once a resident of this town and price 35 eta. ; trial package: ; without"QUININE cniMlnilM.rvau>.nn MM or b.rfaMttog ukraby 1M cauM. Th.ra .to ool,oo."BroinoQ .talB."
Y City. he has many friends here who regret 10 ft*. At any tini't .tor<>. (Adw .-.) 1r.-:4: t.W.GHuVt3.l nuluj.uoboC >J. E. W. 6ROVE .1_...do bom Sac




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":P. ct>'<.. -. ..- -..- -- --- __ .___ ._ _ ____ __ BRADFORt. .COUNTY__TBLKGKAPH. 8TARKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY,...OCTOBER 23. 1.23.PS .__

Last week while 'on the subject of

churches: : we stated that they Htill j
place in the rural 1
..1' occupy communities Important. However, it seems that j
their work could be greatly enlarged 1
y and made was more obtained.effective If a larger attendance I IDEAL FERTILIZERS

i". We all say that churches ,along j
',; with school, are mighty (rood things
for a community. Most of UH would
r' not like to own property or live in a
community that had no churches. I
Their Influence on property value I
is of no small consequence. Yet too I
i of UK are in the habit of lettingi
between us and regular -
i I. > excuse come
church attendance. We are sleepyor I Highest Quality
we don't feel very well, or anyone
of a million little things that do not I
!I keep us from our every day work will .
be an effective excuse for not going to I

We like to have churches in our I ,/ IIN
,. community, we are anxious to be
I known as civilized and Christian people I

and yet we often drop too much FERTILIZING should be used in selecting fertilizer
into the habit of "letting George do" vegetable crops proper care a

I A the church church activities going and of keeping the community alive the I to produce the results desired. Avoid "stunting" your plants: Rememberthat

How much better would it be if we all

':! church pitched: activities in and took? We our can fair only share guess of. I I Ii the crop must be marketed, therefore, good shipping qualities are essential.

i ) This Is no sermon, and I said la I I
r week there are still a large number of
people who attend church regularly, I I

i. likewise particularly there in are the Rtill rural a large sections number but j 1 IDEAL FERTILIZERS are made from right materials so proportioned as to give
should who do do not HO.go to This church has regularly always been who j 1 continuous growth. The plant food they contain is well balanced, pro-

the case, and probably will be for a j
I IonIC time. But just the same it would 1 ducing crops that hold up" and reach the market in good condition.
bo much better If the proportion of j
absentee was greatly decreased, in 1 "
i rural churches as well at others. i I

t\ a
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The boys of the Crystal Lake Poul-
try Club in Seminole County entertained ''
I ( the girls with a barbecue at I Ii
"; their club houseon Crystal Lake ro- j
j centlyi County Agent B. F. Whitner
i ; .' says that everybody enjoyed It im ;j

\, ..''. mensely. 1\11111.1 OFFER to the vegetable of Florida through our subsidiary Flor-
"" Buscy Bnmhill, a club !girl of j growers ,
*" in Oklaloosa County, who has
".. :, .. been paralyzed on one side< has done 'I ida Agricultural Supply Company of Jacksonville, their services of Doctor '
some good club work growing a garden

j'; I r:, ,, she lots and. done Hewing.with Some tho needle of the are things cur. M. D. Leonard, an Entomologist of high repute. If troubles arise in the field, tell us about

She tains drinks, scarf,milk pillow and cases eats and vegetables sheets.., I them and we will give you the most up-to-date methods of control.

tries to use her arm and leg, and is
making an effort to get well. She
walks a mile to and from the I school I
truck every day.
Yuloo Smith of Suwannee County, I Ii'

,, with. the help of her father, planted j
: one-half acre in butterbeanit. From 1
Ih} this they have sold\ $';11 worth, besides SPRAYING EQUIPMENT .
having all they could use in the j
) homo and saving 20 pounds for seed ,
Laura Case, an Orange Countylif.
Poultry club member, is a raising pure. j

.. bred money Plymouth is. buying her Rocks clothes Her and poutry pay. THE FLORIDA Agricultural Supply Co., Jacksonville, are prepared to fill your
ing for her mimic lessons. She has
',.J M'' built a new poultry house and fenced for the best line of spray pumps and insecticides on the market.
her yard this full. I
-: .. The first Issue of Florida Pepper, Write them for descriptive catalogue and price list.
.1 S the club boys' and girls' own paper, is
I being distributed this week from I
t,I Gainesville. It will be published every
"'!, 11 two months and distributed to all club I ,
\ members. I
Arrangements for the Florida Homo I
Egrg-Laying Contest are going forward
rapidly acording to an announcement I
by N. R Mehrhpf, extension poultry
\I man at Gainesville, who Is in charge I I't
p : of tho contest. A large number of IDEAL .
,1 poultry raisers of the state have already FERTILIZERS
1 enrolled.
I The Home Kgg-Laying: Contest will I
ii begin November 1 and continue for Are Described With Prices Shown in Price List No.29
I I one year. It will be under the super
\ vision of Mr. Mehrhof and I the county ,
.. i and home demonstration agents of the I Send For A '
i different counties. Entrants agree to I -
keep records of production and costs
..) \ for one year, {)and to forward monthly I I"I
records to the county or home demonstration
agent or Mr. Mehrhof. I
After all of the records for one ,

' 1 ,r will month be have tabulated been and assembled a report,on they the I '

; results will be Ismird. to each entrant. I WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY

>" The furnishes Agricultural record books.Extension Division I i IL L I

: Poultry raisers who have not already
1 I ), t: Mehorf to enroll at once. I II Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers

r I
r The sugar cane fields. of northern I

t. and western- Florida, are sick. In fact ... filii! ,., -. !IIIII! ... .. IIIIIIIIItI .... .._ -
I there Is a very'ere disease! called PIlla> .. __ IIIIJ.. ." ." .... .
mosaic that is epidemic among all the -- .
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so-called "ribbon" cane varieties
Aside from the bad effects of the 'Those having Cayana 10 have agreedto and discard the old varieties that he prospects are !good in this county. I Palm Beach (S. W. Hiatt): Work Lakeland ,
f, i drought, the cane growers will suffer ,I hold it for sale at a reasonable has hitherto relied upon. I The maturing crop la normal, of !good of collecting the I -This place to have new
that farmer at Grand bas county for uptodateourist camp. t
v this year as a direct result of this disease I price In the field. Every farmer One Ridge quality and well advanced for the'
i has none of this variety should by all 150 acres of Cayana 10 and claims season. !the State Fair ia under way. (M. U.
according to M. R. Ensign' pathologist I
of the Agricultural Extension i I means secure a few hundred stalks, he will make more syrup and of better HiUaboroug-h (R. T. Kelley): Berry Mounts): Water levels] are relatively No Worm In a Healthy Child (I
Division. And, as long as the common 'I says Mr. Ensign. It grows readily quality than he ever made from an growers are busy setting out plants, low and prospects point to goad I healthy All, children color. troubled with Worm. bav* u m- '
From stubble for three to five < equal' of the ribbon rains which IDcIIcaI.J poor blood mad m*a 'I
varieties of sugar cane are grown,I I years acreage cane, even following the first of the week. fall crop conditins. Farmers along rale there .to man at tea tora.ch duoorbuvm,
just so long w r ;f other' words, mosaic is an incurable ,I are not cut.Cayana i Inquiries for available seed of Cay acreage of oats, rye and vetch Lake Okeechobee are busy planting lortwoar three week will nrlch lbs blood im
disease that causes an increasinglylarge I 10 has usually been mistaken .'ana 10 should be made to the Agricultural will be planted in the county this ,fall vegetables, and close to 4,000<< I wine prov the Toolc dilation to the what,induct*mum...a General Nature Sires will elm orb. j
loss each year. And while It is ,' for some of the common Jap. Extension Division, University year. In the last four weeks farmers acres will be planted If good weather,, throw off or dtepBl the worms,sod tar<::hll wfll b.
quite largely restricted to northern I anese varieties. While It resemblesthe _of Florida, Gainesville.' Have brought cooperatively 1,400 conditions continue to prevail.St at perfect S Wb. Ptouaot to ula. aOo par lima..
!li I Japanese cane it is superiorin r bushel. of oats 300 bushel
very and 1
Florida, southern Georgia and Louis. I that It has a much higher sugar . e . e 1.2 tons vetch seed. rye Johns (P. S. Taylor): I sprat CATARRHAL
It Is thatin
4_ Una counties yet very likely Tuesday in Jack onvUl trying to find
a few years all of the cane in the 'conbent and grows larger. It can be 1 EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY Manatee (Ed L. Ayers): GrapefruitIs buyers for the surplus corn of St. .. often out. Inflamdub conditio"
R told from the common Japanese Variety AGENTS' REPORTS or t* mu lining
beginning to and Indications'are the Eu.'ehla"
i South will become Infected. ) move, Johns County. However, the Jackson. T .. Whoa !
out. A I in that it has smooth foliage e . . for of nay. this t.a.n!. inflanMl you'
But there Is a way large e a crop unusually good quality ville, millers, broken and, retailers a rumbling or Imp.rr.ct
number of farmers in northern Florida !I'while the Japanese variety has rough, Escambla (Wingate Green): The although the number of boxes will were afraid of Florida corn because bearln.be r.ducad Uol... N. Inflammation C&o.
have small patches of a resistant leaves I Public Affairs Committee of the Klwania fall considerably short of yield last' of the weevils.. Through the Stale .troyed tur..r.your hearing may be d.
variety of sugar cane called Cayana Cayana 10 has given very sttlsfsc- Club baa succeeded in cstab. year. Marketing Bureau we have since do HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINlII wilt
r 10 that was distributed three years I Ian tory yields and of good quality. Grow.:dishing a city market and the tentative Okeechobee (R. P. Petenon): There 'calved some good offers from other re. ot what Catarrh we claim or Deatnew for It-riel your caused.y"em Ity
by the State Plant Board. Thru ,'era are well satisfied with It. There I date set for the opening la No ia an awakening of interest in sound 'points' and hope to assist :farmers in Catarrh.baa .... HALL'S CATARRH MEDICJNS
the aid of the county agents moat of Is no doubt that it will pay the grow I jvemtxrr 10.Brevard. agricultural development in the I!working off their surplus before Catarrh "for"""ceufu 0"." Forty! In. y tb._tr am..at oC
I tip+ these plantings have been located. 'tr to secure Cayana 10 seed this fall I (W G. Walla)i Citrus county. vii does..further damage r.So J Chniy.o.,.ToledOio 4 .



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In and for Bradford during the legal hours of far the _
PENSION ROLL OF THIN GRAY !purchaser. or Ta Ceitlflesia No. 171. dated Defeadaata I eHy nvolved la thla '\0: eoaaplalnant Circuit County. In. In that ortam oaoa pose of satisfying said oat.d.... the fallowing .
alien that b does not by 1111-
the ard. day of Jut,'. A. D. 122 baa fU..toad *
I : th FwHerml described real estate lying and getaelIn
LINE DWINDLING AWAY certificate In my office and ha mad Bin t* Rmae.. Ckwdl. Qalel Title *ad o gent search and Inquiry baa be*. able Bank therein of pendln'..between L.e Bradford County. Florida to-wlt
application for tax deed to ...... In accordance lll I to ascertain whether any of defendant I and against Colu"b'H. J. to.ratl..n pl.la.nt The North half of the East half .f
Lid of State PenUioner Had U.2. with law Said eertlflcat embrace the (61i 1 whoee reaidan* la aok_t* enOI Tm. the T.Nat* Routheant quarter of Section Thirty-four <*th '
In Brad. It appearing from the allegations of dead or allv*. or In og ry Smith Smlb LW )
described situated .tanu
192 i property. th Loaa I.tloa. a Town.hlp Six (I). South Rang*
Less In
Name December It In hia T.q
alleged by the 10..1 .etl.
ford Count Florida to-wit: North half worn bi of complaint' la the above e"pl.lo.n' I defendant. I SSI Bast eseent therefrom Five
Than In Sam Month In 1923. Show of Southeast quarter of Northeast quarter. that end reaidenoe ef the defendant, sworn bi of complaint .' believe.there The underalffatd SpecIal Maater la ald form of a square In the Southeast corner t

Official Record I Section 18. Township .. 8. Rang (a East 20 I Edward N Dlokerson. John F. Horr. Steph paraon Intareated tn properly 1 emu.. to neouta aaid dra will taming Thlrt-Ilv acre more or leaa.D. .
By Involved In thin I auit. and .ppln.
L ac,... one and Cauthern. If living and If dead tben _nd day of November. IMS. R. KNIGHT
I The said land belnic a....... at the dat ol ; to thrtr heir*, devlaee legatee* and aealgna, age plalnant and whoa and In residence l said b:1u\: ,'.: I on durlnti the legal "houra it sale thereon b'or Special M-U' In Chanesay
Confederate I :
T.lIahassee.-Florlda'a th* Issuance of such certificate In the name of all unknown and there la Bo person hi ;the court hoi.* door In Stark A. S. CREW
agalnat auch known and
pension roll Is gradually dwindling Julia I Goodwin. Unless said certificate *hallbe State of Florida known to complainant, Bokoo. County. Florida Solicitor I for Complainant 10-.1. .
firm and .
eneporatione.Ia II .
.I 'l mlowlo. drll
redeemed according to law, deed will the service of a subpoena upon whom would
tax : altnatd' In '
away it is shown by state records! the
list containing* 142 names less on December A. D. 1525.Wltnma I lieved by the. that the named ,I order.eon. If living or arrtlon... and If thl th. Soutnweat quarter of the Northwoatquartr MASTERS SAtE

20, 1924, than it did on the the 17th day my of official October.slgnatur.A. D.and 192B.oal thla do'.nd.n.... this are suit Interested and complainant In the property all**In.** or not in ": .: all person.I.tan.claiming .i I Iaforesaid North half of" the of No.hwt qu.rr .nd'b Notice I* hereby given that Uh... and b, F

same date in 1923. On the latter date 0- W. ALDERMAN. that h* doe* Dot know and by diligent, March Interest by. .:. through the defendant. Southwwt vartr Norhwet* q..r. quarter t. virtue. of that certain final 0.. of foreclosure
and d. not In exlatence *r i thrwls I made and entered lAth day ',
Inquiry has on
(Seal Clerk : not to ascertain
roll | Circuit Court BradfordCounty and the West half of the Southeast quarter of
the .
: there were 3,019 names on wh.the any of the whoa rest and persona whomaovr. whoso ,,01 September. A. D. lisa, by Honorable A.
Florida. Northwest of the Northwest "arr -
Y those of widows outnumbering the old Br CA' KNIGHT. I don.I* alleged .. unknown, (I. dead or .live, I name, age and residence .. alleged to bo *th.and the North quarter of q ''Z. Adkln. one of the Judge1 of the II.htl
0.oo.. and It unknown person h.1 lh Norh. Qu.rr Indicia) Circuit of Florida In and for
J alleged by In t om"I.ln.nl .1
soldiers by more than 2 to 1. The t.U-80 Deputy Clerk. worn bill of th a..pllo.n' ii,I ..h" I Ia .I.n. known wh. residence of ho Southwest ford. County. Florida. In Chancery. In D.that

number of widows totaled 2,464<< < and I .. person. 10.ompl.lnt..,, In aald bal.* U..I I* bond th of rlord. that quarter quarter of and the the Southwest South half quarter of the off the Northwest certain .. therein pending. between thecomplainant

soldiers 1,165.Pensioners\ I CLEX's Ravel? volv.In thl. alt. whose name p.p and.I may be .. I. the drl.I quarter of Section Twnty-i.ffht Nortb. nrad'on County Hank. a .. t -
I FINANCIAL STA rKWViTr or COUNT la unknown to complainant ',ed property or part thereof, w. pnratlon. and the defendanta. Maautr
Id..o. land | Tnwnahlp five (CB). South. Bamr TwentytwoiSt.
the roll December 2C I being In Bradford County, Florida Ashfnrd. widow.
FUNDs Delaney
on In .aid bill
relief |I' against each dnb East and containing Thirty (SO) men Sln.l.tn. I..n.
1924< numbered 3,477 of whom 2,376 kn..n and unknown or rarporatlon > ed aa folow.: I lea ton Sln.I.tn her hubnd. Fdn. .. .
mor or *
; I '.
Monthly financial. >ilatefent ..* Iradrer* .. All of half of Southwest quarter l.mml. ._ Ash.
widows and 1,101 soldiers. west of Railroad, and all Northeast laid sale to b* mad pursuant and for the .
were County for month) of September. 1S2U.i I THErlEPrmB. that all quart I minor and Millie Ashford a minor I
The recorda also show that the for :i tfeneral rue firm and :ror named In p.meona tide i I or of Bou.h.t quarter. West of Railroad.and attraction of ..10 final deer A.* with S. CREWS eoata. the un..I..nOH! Special Master In said rain ,
Bal. Sept. 1. |92H 1943320 orrlnr. [II the East half of Northwest quarter rf .Id deeree will
met soldiers who fought for the Con :Roc.lin.; During Month----:::::::::::: 191 II : or not 'In living.ltan. all person.. claiming and If co. !I &", 'hw.t quarter all In Section Ten (lOS I D. n. Special! Muter. ,, the Snd. lay. .I Nov. A. n 1925 on. during Mon

federate cause are dying out much Warrant Inued During Month.. 1225.61 I Intereat by. or through the defendant, two (Ii) East. containing eightyfivelownnhlp Solicitor KNGH. ant. the legal hours of ssle thereon, ba'or lh
0.1. Oct. 1. 1.25 2.08.t aforesaid, deceased Six 18)). South Range I & \ 10-1..110-.0. Court. house door In .
-- or all 'r.nt II.rk. i
than the ------------- I I lra"ord Coo.
faster widows. There
are Fin. and Perfrltare Fund I In.l. anita whom..o.vrr.. whose eras more or le. Florlila. sell the l J JI

also many times more widows being Sept. I. 1925 __n___..________ 102084I dence are alleged as .I.d. = do appear to the bill of complaint on or 8IIR RIFF'S SALE aittictetl In Bradford ('onnl,. ...rlbd. lnd 1
added to the rolls. I Receipts During Month nn_______ 'IB.61 I and all persons who a* I before the second day of November A. t>. I I The nnrthesat quarter cf the .Northwest
I Warrant Issued During Month ---- known whose residence la beyond.U.. I 1U28. and In due cours define and eat no NotIce ta hereby gIven that f. W. J. rSppr*. quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section
During 1024 a total of 308 old soldiers B.I., Oct 1. mt __________,,__.___ 186H.1J I of Florida, that may be the I whatever Interest you and each of you may aon. aa Sheriff of Brailfnrd County "' SH Township 8. South of Range VI Hart eon.tainlng p ,
passed to the great beyond as Rand Fund I hereinafter described property part deb the described land, or the I under and by vIrtue of that Writ of Execution 10 aere. .or lees 4
Bal. Sept. I. ma ______n_.._-___ 1403.4J thereof, lying and being I In I i will ivk a* confessed agalnatyou. *MUf>d. out of and under the hand and Also the Southeast quarter of the Southwest
compared with 161 widows while 17. Receipt. During Month ____.--_--.. 150.fifl rlorlda. dicrlbed follows i aral Clerk of the Circuit Court of I iiuaifvr, of the Southeast quarter of Section t I
widows and only fourteen soldiers Bal. Oct. 1. 1(21 ________________? 1554.03 The Southeast quarter. of Southwest quarter I It la f.lh. or..d that this order bepublIshed I drdtht" Florida bearing: date of 2 Township I South of Rang 21 Bast .no I
Kulldl.g Fan. I section Seventeen ((17)) ; also, beginningat w.k for four consecutive .. A. mil. on that certain Judamvnt > : containing 10 acre mora or l less 5 .\
were added to the rolls. ?* Sept. I, 1825 ______.________? 7.5'* Northw., corner of Southwest quarter nl' weekly Issue In the Bradford County Tele' obtained. r.Prune! Rosier by hr nut Also the West half of the Northwest quarterof
Other figures shown by the record Bal. Oct. I. 1925 u___?.______.___ 7.59 Sou.hw. quarter. lection seventeen (17) graph a weekly newspaper of general circulation I frltfnd. .I.m. .I.m.I the Northeast quarter of the Snoilthoastnuarter
follow Outstanding Fund run North lOB feet thence South. 7< degree published In Starke. Bradford Coun Router and F). O.kln.1.lntll.. ... of the of Hectluna.. Township a. South at

: Bal. Sent. 1. 19211 n________________ 715.IdReceipt. and 30 minute East about 082 feet ty. FloridaWITNKSS I IEI.hth estate of J B. Rnl r. d..d... hrarlnir datethi Knnitc 22 Knit and containing a acre _.
Widows on the roll December 20, During Month ______._____ 54.91 to the Northwest corner of J. W. Hutaon the Honorable Judge of th ,* 7th day of July. 11-25. In the Circuit (', or ,tee. 'r
1923 numbered 2,137 while those Bal. Oct. 1. 1925 ___h'h___.___ 770.07 land thence Southerly, along West line of Judicial Circuit Cour. and the <' of Bradford County Stair' of FlorIda, tht o"r ld duo' b* made pursuant to and too j
en- 1 "I it .VM Penslnn loud sad J. W Hu.n.. land about 320 feet, cial neal of the Clerk acid court have levied. upon under aald oXMtutlnn satisfaction of said decree snil eost.,

rolled December 20, 1924 were 2,376.( Bal. Sept 1. 1925 __,_______________ 477.RJ thence North. 7 degrees. 30 West well as his signature this the 3rd. day will neil at publl auction In front of the "h. FLOYD CRPKN 1
On December 20, 1923 soldiers on Receipt During Month _______h. ? BID about 834 feet to the .Inut. thence October. A. D. 192*. .1' eourthntta door on Monday, the Second day SpecIal' """*"
Wnrr.nl Issued During __.. Northerly Section Ssal) ... M. JOHNS.
Month 93 00 along line to of be. of November.. A. D. 1025. during the *alhoiira
the roll numbered 1,401)\ while those Bal. Oct. 1. 1928 n .__________________894.01rrieullurl ginning. Solon Seventeen ( pint a. W. ALDERMAN of ads thereon, to the highest and boat Solicitor for rnmnlHln.nt
enrolled December 20, 1924, were Fund I Ala all .. quarter of Southeast il Circuit) Court. Bradford County bid' "lrr for ...h. all Interest of the estate of 10'r

Bal. Sept I. 192J __._______n______ Ma quarter of Section Eighteen ((18)). lying East :' I J. B. Rnfl.vr. d aad. In the folio win. lamialylnir MASTER'S SAIl
1101. B.I. Oct. I. 1925 ___h____.___.____ its cf H. A. L. Railroad A. CRES and beIng"In Bradford County State l' '

Six soldiers and nineteen widows; Bradford October, 1, 1925. Al,o the Northwest quart. of Northwest Solcitor. Compl.ln.nt ,. of .'Iorlt.to-wlt I irerehv notice I. given' th.t under and hr I ::

were added to the roll by the pension) I Slat. Count of Florida',. I quarter of Section Twenty 120) ; All of the I Th. WHit half of the Northwest quarter of virtue of that final decree of foreclosure' made J
above bring| In Seven Section Tw.lv FIve Sooth Ran. entered the t nf !
Township ((7). South Townahlp 7.Vo. l""h I
board at a meeting the first of this I 0'I hereby certify that tne loreuolng( statement I Hang Twenty-two (221) East. containing NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Twvnty-on Raat. for the purpoa of aatlsfytntr by ,,:o'. A. 7. Albino Ju.lue: :

year, as compared with thirteen soldiers !-| fund the of reeefnts nnd ttI.hr.m.nt nf thei ion aorta more or fee*. VNDKK SECTION 17* OF TUB CBNBKALSTATUTES. I aa'd' judgment with _'.. thy Circuit Oiurt of the Rlghth Juillelal
and I i Bradford County fnr th. month of do appear to the bill of complaint or or before ( W. .T. KPPKR3OV null, In and for Brailfiml Cnunty. In Chancery
eighteen widows at the same September. 1923. I I. true and correct to the the second day Of November A. D. IBJS. I ISI""I _.A. of Bradford County, In that certain cause ".n"ln. between O, B.
time last year.Virtually dun; of my knowledge. and belief. and In du. course deCIno and net up Sh.rll Florida Knight aa complainant E..r Lee Pee.r .
O W ALDERMAN ever interent you and each of you what may Notice I I. hereby given that R. A. Green puchsner 10-1.8110.31 r .h. Mnrr l'arrleh.' Martha and
all of .
the pensioners drag lIeALI) Clerk Circuit. Court.H have to the above described land, or i of Tax Certf..t. No. 79. dated. 'h. I H. m..ln. defendant C..mm'n.

$24 monthly it is disclosed by a war. C KNir.HTPeonty laid bill ..I be taken a..oonfesssd th' 1 st. day of 1903. baa fed sslcertificate ORDER FOR FUnfJC4TIOM fundanta, ,II

rant records which called for total Per. In my office) and ha. applcation The undersigned SpecIal M..,. In said '.
a youIt In Eighth Tuitlelal '
for tax deed to Issue In aoordancwith .urt.
payment for December amounting to I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS I J is further ordered that thla order bepublished law. Staid 1 certificate embrace the fo CI..I Florid In ..C'nult. rat,.. appointed to execute aald decree will n_
Scaled hid. will be received by the Boardof I II once a week for four consecutive lowing described property situated In 'Bradford Clara Beat Complainant M.m.lay. the Second day of November, in*.
8725299. Bond Trustee of Bradford ounty. Florida, weekly lou... In the Bradford County Tel, County Florida towltt ( during the legal hour of sale thereon ba'or

I at the office of the Secretary of the Board iraph. a weekly, newspaper of general clrcuittlon lot 120 I ft. N AS A 32 l-'J E A W bounded If. ..v, l.nd.nLI the ..n..r hou.door IhR'.rk. nradfnrd -
I ..
VOICE OF W. J. BRYAN at Starke. Florida until 10.00: o'clock A. M. published. In Stark. Bradford county E by land at W. It. Gllnun. S by land of app,.arln* by affidn\ .".ndml to tl.. tv the following described land
nituated In
of November. Iflth.. A. D. 1925. and at that Florida.WITNESS' Mrs. Wiley W by land of Hoyt In filed' In the ahove.aialad that II. H.nrtl. County. Florida, t,b
WILL BE I'RESERVElRichmond >: lime publicly opened for the clearing of approximately the Honorable Judge of tl Starke. Sec 28. Tp. 6. 8. R. .E.. the defendant therein named la a nwlilrnt hltrhi'st bidder for cash to-wltt
I Nineteen ((18) acre of right of EIghth Judicial circuit and, the official *.1 3 of the stale of Fljrlda but ."n..I.1 The South half of the Northeast quarter uf
I wy on rod from Vandprliilt Rchnol Houseto I if the rierk of the laid court, *. well a* To said land being asessed at the date oth hImself ao that process cannot upon Section BIt' Township (7), South
Ind.-The voice of William road Five. All) work to be don. according tila .I.n.'o. thla the 3rd. day of October ,. .* of such certificate In the name oGeorgia him: and ta over the age uf 'trdp : I Knng. Twenly. in.. tlii) ten.n. containingeUhty
I to Bradford A. D. 1D2S. Laker. Unlesa .ald certificate .hall defendant sores, mor or 1 less.Sslil .
Jennings Bryan i is to be preserved County Specification and under It U therefore ordered that .10 r.ll.nt
(Seal) b* redeemed according to law. tax. deed will sale to he.made for thesatlsfsrtin
the supervision of the b and I.
for all times at the National Muso. I of aid county. Each Engineering bid' muM Department be accompanied -. O. W. ALDERMAN. Issue thereon on the Bth. day of November the of*complaint h..h'filed"ul..d.. .* ... on.I of said final decree with cost...

um at Washington/ D. C., according to by a certified check for Five (5)) Clerk Circuit Court dradford County A. D. 1925.WITNESS. hil. Monday the Sod day of Nov.. A. D.191MI. I. M. JOHNS
here per cent of amount of bid Said check to he 1 Flo.lda my official signature and seal otherwise th* allettattona of aald hill Special M.. In Chaaeery.
I H.
plans developed by a piano man- I mail payable to E. S. Matthew Chairman I CREWS. thla the 5th. day of October. A. D. 1923. will h* taken aa confeMed by aald d ''I. I A. CREWS
Solicitor for ;
ufacturer last night. Board of Bond Trustee i Solicitor fur Complainant O. W. ALDERMAN.Seal It la further ordered that this order b* pubIlithrd Complainant. IOSBtuilB.

Bryan several years ago recorded The right I. reaerved. to reject. any or all I 10-9-41-9-80 ( ) Clerk. Circuit Court. Bradford one a week for four conaocutlv weekS I NOTICE OP FINAL PIHCHAHOEMl
bid.. County. Florida In the Bradford County T.lor..h. a newupa.p.r
several speeches and spiritual read. ,, Plan and peeif'eatlnn may ho iron at | NOTICE By O. A. puhlliihe l In said ... day after this date, tu-wlti the

ings at the recording rooms of the : the office of the Engineer. 10-9-61-11-6 Deputy Clerk TItle' September 8(>th. 19S6.O.. ALDERMAN I I4th day of November. 1928, I will present on

company. The "master" plates of these I B. s. M\ f'.1C.AFUTCH. ; I Clerk W. Circuit Court. I to the Hnnor.ble Qeu. A. Uardlner. .County
In 4--lrc.lt Conrt Eight* Judicial Judg of County Florida, voucher
Circuit my
have been preserved and at Mrs. Bry ORDER OF PUBLICATION Dy C. A. KNIGHT Ira""rd ,
Bradford County Florida. In and .sseulcr nf the
an's request they will be sent to the Secretary. 10lSStllltNOTIfK I (h.nrr.J ([SEAL) Deputy CI.rl. last will' and testament of Emily l>. Saylsa.deceased .
H CREW9.Solicitor .
', H Rs.on.Complainant. In Circuit. (' II..h.h Juelol.1 CIrcuit \ and ask to be discharged .ueb
National Museum. OF" APPLICATION FOR TAX Bradford .ur.,. '. In Chan for Complainant 10-1.8110.10. i xeeutor.

Works of Mr. Bryan thus preservedwill DEED UNDER SECTION ST5 OF I v*. ">7. This the S4th day of September 1925.
John Saxon et al.Defendanta Alfred Petterson ELECTION NOTICE I.OIMH II. HILL
two scriptural readings the THE GENERAL STATUTES
Complainant.Ella Rsecutor of the ,last Will aad I'
Lord's prayer and the twenty.third llll To Renee Cloud. Quiet' Till and Other S. Petterson By the power mated In them by the law Testament of Emily D. Satse.9.lt.9t.ll.2O .
Hereby notl.II t given that 3. M. Truby I of the Htaifl of Florida the board of public Initnietlnn -
psalm; his addresses, "The Virgin purchaser of t.O"] '.nl.* certificate, numbered. 1 appearing from Rla .". of the It Df.nd.nthll appended to the of Bradford County. Florida hereby d..!

Birth\ ," "Immortality," "Behold a Re- respectively 177. 198. 214 and 120 liued l-y .worl I bill of complaint In the above cans. filed In In.b above-stated cause that Ella\ ..11.1 an election to be held In ...h. ". *.. NOTICE TO CITIZENS

public and his "Crons of Gold" the Tax Collector of Bradford County Florl- 1 age and residence of defendant. 3. th. di'fen'l.nt. Ziff and Bradford apodal lax achool dUtrlotao .
da Said certiflrat numbered. 177 being dnted John' Saxon W. J. DIvan th Dlxon. Fo- is :o"ld,nt of the State n"nFro"r I. termlniT whether or not tlioee three Jlairicta Nutlr I. hervhy at the **.
speech. July 2nd.. 1917 and Raid certificate numhered ward C. Wynn the Georgia Slat Building and (I. a reeldent of .. or any two nf them .h.1 b* consolidatedto Ion of the ;. or n.a upon *

The phonograph plates are of pure 193 being dated July 7th.. 1910 I md Lan Association a corporation the ment. 6th and Offner Street, Portsmouth. elect three tn... determine the the request. of To.. Council of
and cad certificate numbered 214 being and Imlgratlon Company Ohio. and Is over the age of twnty-on mi Ma ire In h ..d In aald connnlldateddfrttrlct. Town nf Lawtcy. Florida, I will Introduce tb
copper with a veneer of ruckle, and dated August 2nd., 1920.<< and said certificate I II .o..ton.' and Edward N. DI.k.n. years ; It la therefor. ordered that said nonresident election to b* held Tuesday* hill uthorlalnn the Town Council of the

according to experts here can be kept I numbered 121) being dated July l In existence, and If or n I dufendant b* and I. hereby require November Brd. 1925. Town of 1..wl.P. Flarlda. hunt.. from time
2nd.. 1028 and baa flli'ri nald certificate In I In ..existence then their heir*. uceessof. deIsee 10 to the bill of complaint filed In For the piirpoa of holding said electionIn to tlm. time warrant of nald Town of .uahdunomlnation
for centuries. I my office and have made application for ', *. 1..1. and assign a. all unknown ssld.p". on or before Monday the 2nd Britdford .Ilntrtrta : O W. Barry. W M a. the council .. fit bearing
tn* died. to isaue, In ...ord.n.. with law. ,on,1 th.. Is no person fr or corporation ,lay of November. A. D. 1925 oth.rwls the Harrell and W. H. Harrell .. appointedmanagera. uah rat of interest not cxcee'lln.T. aiN per 4crnt.
Brookaville--As an expression of Said certificate' reapectivety embrace 'h. I In the StaKof Fl... to complainant allegation of said bill will b* taken .. con pr annum ansI becoming du* In aueli
their gratitude to the Seaboard Air following land In Bradford County. Florida assessed at the date of the Issuance of *uchcertificate 1 the said '. .. and that It I. be- I. further ordered that thl. order he puh- E. M. Ilaaen. B. J. Lwia and Rufu by the Council to an amount not
Line Railroad for its successful effort \ In th name respectively hereinafter I leved by the complainant that the namedefendanta II.h. once a week for four consecutive .Hodtfea are apofnted ma nan-era. xceedin.r In the uiire.fat .'Iy. ThaiMandDullara.
( particularly net forth to-wit: Interested In the In. {In the Bradford County For holding aa>d leeetlnn In Elf li.irlotS. .
to open this part cf the Florida West property .u. T.I.r.p" and R P. For the purpun "f refundlnii the
Certificate No. 177 embrace Northeaitmiarter olved In thl. suit, ai.d complainant allege newspaper published In said aniHtate. L. Pn-eeott. Cha. IJtchfleld "...... tnd.btednna of said Town and
Coast the Kiwanis Clubs of of Southeast nuartert Section 14. ,(hat h* doe* not know and by diligent neural" t.ewia[, ) are appointed manaHer. for .ndlnl purpose of Improving the afreet of
ville: and Inverness wil Brook8-1 Township 7. S. Range 20 Kant 40, acre, naeflted i nd Inquiry has not been able This October. 3rd. 12. These elections .h.1 b* held dl.trl.le.at' the school the Bald Town of Lawt *. Ktcirfda. And authtrlilnv t
Unknown.Certificate hou.e in each of
rhethsr any of the defendant 'h.r W ALDERMAN. thr.
; and empowering the Town
charter the first train to be No. loa emh..... Southeast ,donor Is alleged .unknown Is ,Soul Clerk Circuit Cour U..o,1Count L. W. KICKI.ITr ( the Town of Lawtep. Florida, to ,levy a

over the new main tine whose last I quarter of Southwest quarter Section 2.Townahln .,r In existence' or.not. and It I. alleged by ,. Florida tu sufficIent from time to time an all ta
7. S. Rang 22 East. 40 acme. aaa.ea.d Ih. complainant In his sworn hill of By C.A. KNIGHT H. U. WIGGINS .
link will be opened tn December fora Unknown. I I : com- Secretary. 10.2.51-1192. Nhle prttp4rty In said Town for th sole parDon -
plaint, that h peraona Deputy ClerkD of retiring the warrant with their
pleasure jaunt to Tampa where the Certificate No. 214 embrace Northeast I! ,crested In 'It1"n'Tv, la .r p:. KNIGHTSolIcItor APPLICATION FOR TAX ter**... Bald act to b* ratified by a vote I.
two clubs will stage a banquet to cela. I quarter of Northweat quarter of Southwest I Inuarter. ,nit. whose ago and who. .. .1.I.n. for Complainant NOTICE OF the voter of the Town of I."t
Section 23. Townhlp 0. 8. Range .* complainant : and In said in.a-4t-10-80 DEED UNDKft SECTION 171 Or TiE .' ., q".II'. I will also amend the
brate the inauguration of through 22 East 10 acre. aeaed Swallow Hop- I bill r.lo la prayed. ....INt urh known smd (Seal. GENERAL STATUTES of the Town of I..w.p. Florida br the "

train service. kin. person, firm and eotrporatlona. log to the town the right levy on

This was decided when the Brooks ri-rtlflrnte No. 120 embrace* Iota 2. 9 of I THEREFORE! It I I. ordered the all *. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX 1 Notice Is hereby given that M. Iqul. pur. real. and personal property the n.t
Block 41 L. T. A Co' Sub-Dlvhlon of North- .lone firm and .o.rtlon.. named. In thl DEE UNDER SECTION 173 OF THE ehsser of Tax Certificate No. the amount of mlltati to take ear. of th n *
ville' organization was entertained by raIl quarter of Northeat quarter. Section .rder. If living or .I.tan.., and If I GENERAL STATUTESNotice Bth day of August. A. P. 19IH has filed salfl nf aald \w..

the Iverresn Club in its initial meeting 28. Townahlp .. S. Rang 22 Eaat ..***ed I o not In exlrttanea. all persona firm anil certificate In my and ha* ,mad application B. M JOHNS
W. E. Snell. .or".tlon.. elalmlng any Intereat by, under. I I. hereby given that M. lul. purchaser for tax deed o'f. In accordant W.tl timber of l. ... .. from
; by Iverness. For the two or defendant, aforesaid, >e- the t .
years Ih. : of Tax Certified No. embraces the Bradford .
ald certificate hll be redeemedaccording law ..I".ln.d..rlb .
Untrue Cun"
towna have worked in harmony for deed will I leased not I existence or otherwise I : I 5th day of August. A. D. 1918. baa filed saidsertlfleate 8.10 .rtlf..t.". In Bradford Cou.
to law tax lfue thereonon
all whomsoever whose Po.r, .
person ,
name age In my office and baa mad application NOTICE TO CI1I2BNSNotlc
the building of the road which soon the 16th. day of November. A. D. 1925.Witne I rsldence are. alleged t be unknown t comlalnant for tax deed to Issue In accordance with .South ... Iwft B Three-quarter oNnutheaat

is to be opened. Jointly they had *. my official' ilgnatnr and ned tIde I and all persons whose la a).1 law. Said certificate embrace the followIngdrearibed quarter. of Northeaat quarter and I la hereby given to .I
the Hth. day of July A. D. 1925. |l'I I..d a. known w_. residence' la property situated In drvllord Cant West of Northe.st quarter Bradford County Florida I t"tn
raised a considerable sum to carryon O. W. ALDERMAN I :(fie State of Florida that may be or are. lureated ,. Florida towlt.North. l quarter quarter and Northwest quarter n'Nort' .itUO, of the Hoard of c.nt ht :
In the hereinafter described .. of Southeast quarter .t of ) Introduce
the work of attracting the Sea properor quarter sast quarter and West quarter of flouthwesquarter Ilradford County
ISralv Clerk of the Circuit Court.
,I I". any part thereof lying and being In I I Section 2ft Twp. C. South Rang. Fail 49 of Nnrtheast quarter and Northwes bill In the next session of the L.slelature.Gener.l .
board 1 .
to the fertile region between ford County. Br..I Bradford county, Florida, described here and the capital of Oitrus Coun By C. A. 1 Th* said land being assessed at the date 01 quarter and West of Southwest quarts nuthnriilnv, the Board of County Cotnesis'I
The East hal nf Southwest quarter ofi I INorthwest Issuane of ueh In the ...h.1 .. rtlunera of County Florida to issue
ty. Part of this sum has not been 10-1S-5H1-1S Deputy Clerk. th .rtlf..t n.n. of Southwest qu. Section t, Twp. n.'or ,
The North of North- I Unknown. Unlcs ehall I. and sell!! than S lAOO.00 worth off
spout I will be used for he Tampa I 'eat' qu.rte of Southeast h.1 l and f.o'l redeemed. according to law,tx"ll..ta will t South Ran. 21 J..t. JO rim warrant of said County to bear InUront 'J
sends ;Tiree ISO) H. Saxon's .qu.rte.j on of the sti. thereon on the 2nd day Novembe. The said land being asss.se>! at the date of at the rat of ale per cent per annum for
when railroad its
banquet the .
NOTICE AF GUARDIAN SALK OF MINORS outhwest quirter of Southwest quarter allto 1928.Witnes. the I.n.ne of such certificate In the name 'he purpose of purvhaBlno In..lno *H
first train over the main line, which LANDS Section Twenty (20). Township Seven (7)) i I my official signature. and seal thIs of Unless said certificate shall be .iMttrte clock In the Court ao* letHtartte.
Range Twenty-two redeemed according tn ,.w. tax deed will lent Ilrafnrd Cnunty Florida And athnr.nlnrr ->
(22) East.
the 29th day of September. A. D. 1025
the Ruth
. to rut thirty-five miles from Notice .la hereby given that on te-wit: : to the bill of complaint on or t, O. W. AI.DfCHMAN thereon on the Ind day of November. 4. of County Commlwlorwraio I
distance between Jacksonville and Th. 9th. day of November, 1925 I the ander.Tnd fore .second day of November A. D. 121..I Circuit Court. BradfmlCounty D. 1921. ,levy '.I.B'ro mor* than one mill on

Tampa. aa Guardian for Leter R Dyal.Rllery ,and In due course define and eat np what- C.rl Florida. Witness my official slvnstnr. and e.l the dollar on all of the tan
O. Dyal. Edith E. Dyal. Ode ,ver Interest which you and each of yon By A. KNIGHT the 90th day of September. A. D. 1.2. Iwith real and personal and I.d.P"rd
r. O.I Dial and Ethel V. Dyal. Minor ,lay h.v. the above described lands cr I in-H-8t-IO.HO C Deputy Clerk. ALDERMAN county for two rare for the sole "u" of
Lakeland-Plans Will apply to the Honorable GeorgeA. ,the .aid t will be taken confessed I O. W. .'lirlntr l the with' their .
for aa
'. ; approved erection I.1 Clerk Court. Hr.dror Hid ... $181000 April 1.
Girdlner. County Jiidg of Bradford 'iralnst I you.It I I NOTICE OF FOR TAX CI..ul warrant to : .
,( of $1,000,000 bank building County Florida at hi. office In the Conrtboune. -I' la ordered that thIs order b. DEED APPI.U'AT'01 OP THE ., Porl.. till'. anti '10000 1. 102*.

( In th, town of Stark. Florida for I Ian ubllehed .r week for four eonutlvoeeklr GENERAL STATUTE By C. A. KNIOI1T.IO VS. M JOHNS
, I Miton! -Local bank deposits exceed. order to aell at private Hale. all the rglht. I lo : the Bradford county r.,.: tIO0 Depute Clerk. '(. ", of th* Florida 11.laD'
title and Interest. of mill Minor In the I.rph a n._". nf ...n.el nlr-1 Notice la hereby given that J. H. Law.ence. B.lt-lt-ll-l3 "' .
..t: ing million-dollar mark. lowing deiorlbed land to-wit ; '- lOl-j',aim Inn published Stark, Bradford purchaser. of ta* cenlficlate No. 861. NOTim OP APFTirATION FOR TAl
Quarter of the Southweat Quarter ... I iy. Florida ,I Sated the 4th day of July. A. D. Iftl. DEED UNDER Ill OP 'l! NOTICB TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS
1. TRAIN SCHEDULE (Ill;. Townahlp ((7) South Range 20 Eat WITNESS Ronorabludg* of the filed ssld certifies In my o IT Ice and b h. srCIO' Notice fa hereby glean tt.t..11 sre'tltore.
laid Interest being Inherited. from their I luhth ; .Ir.I court and the offiI I! mail application for tag deed to Issu In *.. ,teaate.riliitrlbiteea and .1 perreon havfn*
father. A. J. Dyal. deeeaaed. I ,"lal seal of the Clerk of the said court, .. cordflne wIth law Said certificate embrace. Notice h hereby .''vo that M Hqulrea. pur.eh. ,'Inlmtj nr .m.n. against estate of Settle
Schedule changes: 12:01: a. m. Sunday Alan a one>ninth undivided. .Interest of 'aid; '.1 a* hl .I..n.tur. thla the 3rd. day of'': the following .1 property aituated la ..er ,I T.I Certificate No. I HI. dated th Malphura. d. .. hereby rvnufrwj
October 4, 1925 and trains will minor' In the following" deaerlbed land to- I Dh. D. 1925. { Bradford County. to-wlt Ind day of August A, D ,I'lZO has fl .0 tn present the cam duly luthentlcated to
wit: the Southweat Quarter of the I Iwet. I Two Acres In Or.. 8WV-4 of NW14. certificate In m office and has th. undentcned) within one year or thla aotle -
run as follows: and alan eight, acre of he Nort"'l -I O. W. ALDERMAN. I IClerk 5 Il.Twn. i.' N 11 B. Inn for ta* Issue In efe ,". .pplo. will be held In I ba t"r. And all *.
No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa due comer of the Northeaat Quarter I ISouthwell Circuit Court, Bradford County said, land I I esed at the date of aw. Said d- embraces followingdeserved .* 'Indebted tf. ** required tapar .>
Quarter all In "Section ((13). Town-I Florida.A. T In of In Bradford Outv.y th.l. maId dvbt t the .teeutor fonrltb.Thla
of such .rtU. th nam* property .. ,
Stark 411
12:30 A. M. September .
chip ((7). tooth Rang 10 Eaat saId manninth I 8. CREWS. Robert dole.Unlesa Florida. _wit 121.. c. POPPErI
No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa due undivided. Interent being Inherited 1 II allaltor for Complainant. I I9. I said certificate shell be redeewiee) a*. Northeast quarter of Northeast quarter and W..I.-10.80. .._
Starke 11:02 A. M. From Grandfather E. J. Dyal.' deceaaed. Said I >- .*rof ______
I land ltut and being In Bradford II A. D. flouireaat quarterof
lying the lath day *f October. 192. Northeast NOTICE TO AND
No. 7 Jacksonville to St. Petersburg County. Florida. *nd containing la all Eighty- I WI'n_ my official algnatur -. Northwest quarter and Wet haf: of West Notice fa h.DEPTORI that CRIITO.

due Stark 2:16 P. M. tight acre. move. or .lea*. I NOTICE the Urd day of September. A. D. I h.1 of flouhweat quarter of Hortheaat ouartey |*irt>e*. t all pertton.radlt..
Thla nth. day of Oct ml. O. W. ALDERMANCek West h.1 of 'touthwfst quarter *>f .loi.t airalnet\ h'r.: nt Jona Hall.
No. 103 Jacksonville: to West Palm- MRS. A. J. DYAL Circuit Cour. Brad east Qu. Section '2 T.P. I Stidtn.RHnge e*>* .are h. tn pra-mt :
; 1 In rire.lt Ceert. JadlHal .
Beach due SUrke 10:15: A. M. Cuardlaalt9.5tl Eighth CircuitBradford }. n East. ISO ... duly aothoatleated to anHenlrte 4,
1.' I : Ceenty Flerlda. 1.. Ckineery.E. I By C A. KNIGHT. Th said land being aam1 st the > a a I It' within On* Year or this t 'will b* lke.4
No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville due I W. Hare* I ..1..10-1. Deputy Clerk. lu.n.of a .92 certificate In Il .. 'In ftr thereto and all In.. to
Complainant.vs. i l aid .." 'nA' said reilred.nn said
Stark 4:36: A. M. None I Unhnwn. .I b r.ta. *. t .
I I TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS 'edeemed .oordn., to a e, doeil .fbtJi to said forthwltlvuThla
No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville duo ,' All creditor legatee and distributee. sad O. -nOnI. a al, ,I IBUI NOTIC .,. th.," on th*h* n
Starke 4:25 P. M. all .. having *lalm* or against Nolle. I. given that all \VK. WILLAM HALL
: .n. ..nc Ota- h..1 Wiener nf .Iclal xanalt-n n." seal I 'lie .... tt-10-SO. ..
the _tale of Sallle ".I..ha. or* .. Ql legate... .I.tllu' and all pn. having my "
No. 104 St. Jacksonville sad I ..In. of W. _. 'J"th "lay BepUnUr \ O 128 -
Petersburg to : hereby required to cnaent 'alma' or th .ta .
appearing from the allegations of
due Starke 6:03: P. M. demand to the undersigned' amlo"t_ ...or I hill of complaint In the above .th. I. i. "O. -. .al.. Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford native I I.IPJMA..I.n at th*'vpeefal sasiofl
tor of the _t.of Sallle M.lpha. that and residence of the defendanta. pvea.nt .Ip .athnt" .h
of the of the State of Floe
t' Florida *
No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville within C.p.. free the this failureto notice O. Wowar. Hid Span. Hilda C. County. Judge of Cnt. town of By C.tP.. Poa\ da to b* 1..II.tu.. the month of No
warned In the
h "
due Stark 9:00: A. M. ; : are hereby said open lUbe Spar Loh. Luelan W. Span, I stark.la office within' from. oate Hereof and 10-I.BII0-8 Deputy Clerk. .'timber.. A. D.. 1928. a hill will b* Introduced
preaent ama. within .r. th William C Bryan. W_ 1 nth the nlnt
nnnln. Cr.l. i iley I In Bar and >rending fnr and enlaruvmentf.
No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key barred by law. All t Vincent. O. W. Johnson, Ihl notice be hld tb..t
Vln.t. Indebted eaid, MASTER'S 'f the powerand loll** of the Board of Hon4Truatev
i said estate are renoeMed to eorae peraona t. IAL.NOe
.11 Fanle Joh.... W. Cathllnd A.
of Bradford County, aathort
Blu.ht. the -
due Starke 6:11 P. M. < and nettle their aaU I id to pay the same forthwith t rlor.I.
John P. .d
Company.Samuel .1n and enuowerln1 of Bond
IMS. Ilt. AdministratrixTal I hereby given that under and by In.rd
17th. .
Stark. Florida, September
"Stark A Wanne Branch J. O. I B. S"lth and .. fnel day of Oatober. 128. certain final dr.f fore- rmetHa to issue bno In a turn not tf* ca.
I POPPELL The Raleigh National Bank of North Carolina. I EQUIL.LA JQNC3Administratrix and rendered A. rd Four Hun. ITiotjawml Dollft.or
No. 101 Leaves Stark 7:40 A. M. 2l4tI34of Sole Admlnbtrator Bali'* Malpawa. iisiasia. I If living .tn ..__. and If Estate ef W. .D.. made by Honorable A. o. Adln 11.. th Ktnlon and Imp".m.nt.f Sh
*- or not In the* theli heir*. t teeeaora. 1. i. _. deeeas.d nl IIB. In and for Bradford tubll ay-t m of Bradfortl Cot.
No. 102 Arrives Stark. 3:15 P. M. devisees '- and assign I 10..1.1' .0 CDr. ra
NOTICE ar Count Florid ertaln *au** where) to ..1 apeclal art paees.J at "
T. J. GRIFFIN 1.11 unknown, and '. no person fine the County Hank a eorporatlon le _. the feffvlalature.' A. I>. II ..W
I or sorpOTstlon. In the of r.1 k.wato IAI.SALIYtoreby Rrdfo J. Y. Scott and J. H. Hsger.re ira for a bond issue In the sum of T R
''I. (Ire*** c.o Elgalk Jadlelal ClrertlBradferd complainant' th service "n aa5 .defendants. the nderelgned... a* SpeeUIMaster rd Fifty ThooMiid Dollar
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DUD c.t Pn'" In_ Casaesry. upon whom the said uotle. is uteen that by ..n for cash highest aa.| O. B. (KNIGhT
UNDER SECTION irs fir Tag 8. R ob ''P. D. W'.kl' of Ontario Caaadal Leo WIt .tin** ef that wrt>la final 10'tl.a. best wi In front ef .tb Senator inth DictateS
of Leolalaae ... made and ... .tb lath "p .. th r_ ..un.s tl.ore.M>ntatlv Cmtwl.*
6&NSaA. STATUTES | k Lf. i.a Js.1le In Bradford Cant rlor. .::
H I 1 by the tesb.t. by H. ikl *
pl.lont.t I Iaaed 1.2. Judicial day the) day of .... P. 1921. :01oFRIDAY.
Notice la hereby gtveaTthat; W, T. Wselis U... N' Dlek.reun. ..U ._.I .. Interested la the prepC 0 the Court tW Eat t. .

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,., I ItGA3FlxAN SUrke.I II[' I iting his "parents, Mr. aid MM. S. L.
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Bradford County Telegraph MAN. N7iNSrl I I Vascoe Hazen of Waldo, spent the Hough MoodyLaCrosse
\ RR( Aar
-- P '-'H E.STYoJU' tTSAlL Si ELECTRIC E LLANb week end here with his parents, Mr. Autnor Crew and Percy
ButIt : \,C 03CST ,IN 'TOHAJEMr. coOV 1 I an, Mrs. E. M. Hazen. I passed through here Saturday -
Published weekly and entered as :. I-\G ..sE'AN HIM AN Or aLeT lop i' A crowd of young folks from here afternoon. ,

second class matter, at the post : Doesn'tMean SH I /.IOW All CPiIop { enjoyed a party given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stuart had as
AKP3PFARa'sPLP.a Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas, Friday weep end guests Mr. J. B. Mills and
office at Starke, Florida B"' Hoo.R'T._ I night. family of Jacksonville.
I It.
Ow .r. Anything j W. W. Thomas of LaCrosse was a L. R. Gainey, Vance Ruse and Casjy
.. MATTREWB--------- --------
C. Orr Atkinson motored to Waldo Sunday
here last
C.;: BOB1NSON__________M n'gln. Edlui. r I visitor Saturday. afternoon.J. .
Mrs. E. M. Hazen and son, Vascoe,
I I R. Mott, E: H. Clemois and L. R.
spent Friday afternoon in Starke and
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYs Br Waldo. Gainey made a trip 'o Lake Butler

,._, Sunday morning:
; -SUBSCRIPTION--- -- RATE j "ftuba" Goldberg I I IC Ir I l was Miss visiting Rhoda friends Brown of and Jacksonville relatives, P. A. Crosby 1s very ill at this writing -

Per Year _____ __-__ _____n__ -60':, here last Saturday and Sunday. Van Dukes of Dukes spent v Sunday

_____. _____ 76c I It E. M. Hazen was a busines visitor here with his Mr.
: Six Months n____ .- LILt I ito Orange Heights, last Saturday. grandparents. and

1 .-- .- -- -_. -- i -.- A.rr.w1....aawr.NC I II. E. Thomas of Leesburg Fla., Mrs. P. A. Crosby.
iI spent! the week end here with his wife S. M Mott made a business trip to
I 'land baby. j I Waldo last Saturday afternoon.

I J Benny Waters left Sunday for Day.I Mrs. Caroline S. Gerow left Men-

'HERE tW loS ASAi,3 otna, where he has accepted a post- day afternoon for her old home in
CAN boP. WtLl.Ooob HJK3HT- b"tTe "M' tion. I Rahway, New Jersey. She moved. own
I INo. i p-i G1'b I HAdE TO err -n> / here' about during her
a year ago
,, Like -T TIa\ ornc AT seV67N offiMP otttNH'.7 i I Henry Shaw spent last week in Miami stay she gained friends who
many ro-
HAVE HIM INTtie Hol JIN3 business visitors to Starke last
O o grot to see her leave.
ro4e-A sa1 ?ECAVSE Hilo aoas Saturday afternoon.Mrs. I
JusT RAlaelt rte: A MAatFltof Aileon Surrency: of Graham, was a
I E. J. Ward and little Del.
v "t0 15 A AIL TRAl :S, son, visitor here Sunday.
I r ? A ES Tr %-rCcesNT bert, of Tampa, are spending sometime Coleman Clemons of St. Petersburgcame
A'Jr4 IIhChWaJ.1 v r v MEAN ,I here withm friends and relatives. up Sunday morning to visit his
t (Membership in National I 11 ;r rl 1 r i I'' ANYTHINGNOMEN i Henry Sowell of Coater Pond, was parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clemons.

Association) I hl P4'. 'M town Saturday. Rev. S. S. Procter of Lake Butler

I, ; W. M. Moody of LaCrosse pased filled his regular appointment here
UNIVERSITY OK FLORIDA I II i through our town Saturday enrouteto Sunday at the Baptist church.
i \ EXPERIMENT STATION ;I II I M1I f Heilborn Springs. Grady Baxter left Sunday after
I'I II Mark Clemons of Waldo, spent Sat- noon for Daytona, where he has accepted -
i By J.-R. Watson I J Linpgicjo&o I urdny here with his; family. a position.

Moles { Miss Lucile Harrell of Bradford, Ernest Bethay of LaCrasse was

The mole is an insectivorous animal I I was guest of friends here Saturday among friends here Sunday afternoon.

which feeds largely on grubs of the 'I pAz afternoon.Mrs. Lewis Clemons and Lonue Morgan

Juno Beetle and other insects in the I J. R. Mott and two daughters, and families of West Palm Beach are
soil. It Is therefore, beneficial when It I spent the week end at New River as here visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mor.

occurs In no fields_.___.. and nastures but in I guests of her father Mr. Ben Supp. gan..Remember
\ the garden it is, like a good many Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, Resale : B. Y. P. U. here every
remedies worse than thu disease. Bob Long and Wilson Rues were visitors Sunday night Everybody invited to at-

I'; I Field mice often inhabit the run. tit Starke Saturday afternoon. tend.

1 ways of moles and feed on surrounding R. A. Weeks is spending several
vegetation. Much of the mischief usually iays rt Starke with his family. Brevard (W. G. Wells): Citrus
attributed to moles Is really due \ : ARE 6ETTIN'r6DRESS Buster Turner of Alauchua is spendIng prospects are good in this county.

to mice. MORE AND MORE. October 11.17 I a few days here as guest of his The maturing crop is normal, of good

', One can only discourage their run. Hire MEN-%SUT! rr STIU.TAKESmem If your birthuny i: this week you are very fpiil: of lux--ry" n-irify, cousin, Mack Hough. quality and well advanced for tho
Wing t'.iru: the garden by stopping tho I and physical comfort You ,live recite, ant an..re 'mJ'; .1., ..t.-! I Carl Hough of Dunellon Is here vise Season.WOOD.
run-ways. This Is particularly true I-ONl e.R./ treated toward the b+"+ -ie.-t t'.icmg.' You are com""t",,|- and vel-heaJ-'
; around the edge of the garden where ed l, entremelv conscl' itious in the performance. of your d'jtios.
I i' they are most apt to be severe. You readily acquire knowledge, and are a natural lender of mankind
4 t. This animal makes two classes of holding your power. over your follow men by sheer force of un-
III I asHallahl'' right Your great,.; l love for humanity melee you very nn- "-
" passageways One is about a foot or I { 1';r ." too
J proachabie-amf, re ardle.'!' if your posi'lon$ In ", : 'r. never
r. : more In the ground. This is the mam V busy to hear and sympathize "ith other t'eoplp'.1\ .u'e.! .
.'It;.:4! road or highway for their journeys, I Persons born under these dates are inclined to be very sensitive,
(' I and from it run feeding tunnels, usually VIII permitting trifling affair to cause thideep,: distr<,n. Very (.- .ly I

*,,-t* near the surfa'o. It Is the latter hurt, they often imagine that they are not valued at their true .!I.
\ that do the damage. It one can find I They are nervous and excisable: and at such times, blame all \ r
f tho main tunnel he can tramp the *' be around them for their nervous state. ..
ground solid over it. It Is well to I 1eslr Women born under these, dates are very domestic T 'r; r
&_ i : brick fine librarians, teachers music 'nstructnr*. and aetTe! f T'T
/ I crowd into the passage way a '
b.... ness "nen sue.: 11 py
shrewil anl \eniput
# 1 or stone. Tramping the earth solid\ In are very -- are
,_ \ this way discourages the activities. of e undertaking.. They mso mike fine lawyers, fudges, Interpreters, andor.t"T" I

the moles there. Compact the earth
tho shallow tunnels also particularly -- -- -- ._-_ _- _. __ --- ---- -- ---
: over --- .0plctely. -- -- ------ ---

I around the bases of the plants. liquid until the whole is damp but not Around the dead brown spots I I Miss Mary Lee Wynn of Hamptonwas

t This wll\ serve the double purpose of sloppy. It should be dry enough to will bj a circle of grass which has ,1 a visitor here Friday afternoon. 1- Wanted
\ discouraging tho use of tho run-way \ fall in small flakes when scatteredover turned yellow. It is in this circle rate ; She was accompanied home by her i
( by the animal, and of packing the the land. For mole-crickets this er than In thu dead center that the j sister, Miss Free, who spent the week .
earth around the disturbed plant +to "
should be put out in the evening after bugs are working.An end with homefolks.G. I
1 that It i in more apt to take root again
} i .. 'I the sun has set. The above amount infested lawn should not be I B. Colson was a Visitor to Jacksonville
1 and grow I 1I
should be sufficient for three acres. mowed too closely. It should, be kept last Thursday, while there
I 1 MOLE-CRICKETS If one cannot readily obtain Paris well watered. Chinch bugs are subject I, he purchased, a new car. II

?t' In the early morning if one will noL I green he can use culcuim arsenate, 1 to a fungous disease which thrives butter 'I Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Powell of Ok- I Ii

tice where the fresh piles of earth 1-2 pounds or a pound of plain or w:'ere moisture conditions are best. keechobee, have many friends here
tII I are, ho can often find the digger, and white arsenate! Do not use lead arsen- Like all true bugs the insect does that welcome them back. i 10 Cars of 4 Font

t Ii ca i dual with him directly. If they I I' ate as it does not mix well with the its damage sucking! the juices from Mr. C. J. Mott is on the sick list I

ore In lawns nr other: situations whe e ,I bran.A .tho plant and therefore cannot be killed I! this week.

water is available they ci n frequent heavily infested .garden should be by stomach poisons, but only contact | Mr. Vance Russ has purchased anew
e ly be forced out by directing the hose plowed and the mole-crickets cleanedup insecticides. Among the strongest' touring car.
into the runway. before it is planted. A good way to of these is calcium cyanide, a black v
Gain of
They UHO be trapped. For this dust. it Is strong insecticide and Royce M. } Daytona. spent
can do this to allow chickens or hogs to a very week his Fat
r v purpose find: the main ruu-way, open follows the plow as indicated above in using it certain precautions must the end herewith parents, Lightwood
L. li.
I it a few inches. The mole will hasten After you have worked ground for a be employed or the grass may bo burn. Mr. and MM. Gainey. "1

?i to repair the damage and shut out day or two roll\ the ground and make it ed. The most important of these is II. P. ('-'iney returned home Thurs DD
+ 1 the light, and will perhaps be caught compact. Early the next morning go that the grass must be perfectly dry. day from Daytona where he was looking DD

j I in the trap. There are several traps out into the garden and the'where. It must be put on in the middle of the after business interests.

I on the market made especially for abouts. of tne mole-crickets will be in. day after. the dew has evaporated and E. T. Stuart ia laying a foundationfor

r i catching moles. dlcatcd by little piles of errth on the with a bright clear, sky, so that,there a garage. It will add much to
1 One of the best ways to kill moles id surface. With a cane punch a hole U: will be little danger of rain wetting the looks of our town when it Is com c
d to fumigate them in their the before the cyanide has dissipated .
runways.To the depth of two or three inches where- grass pleted.L. I c
do this open up their main run-w.\y ever a pile of earth is seer. and Into its strength. The cyanide must A. Brown and daughter, Iris, I II a
and drop into it an ounce of or so of each hole pour a half tablespoonful of be applied evenly to tho grass and it Micses Free Wynn and Arden Brown
calcium cyanide. Then quickly dose carbon bisulphide and quickly pack is best! to take an old broom and sweep last Hednesday afternoon in
up the opening./ This material in con the soil over the hole. the grass immediately after application. spent Highest Price Paid For Good
tact with damp earth gives off hydro I A cheaper solution and one just as, This brushes most of the cyanide > ------ I

4: ?t I cyanic acid gas, a violent poison. The effective can be made by dissolvingan off of the green leaves down into the j Solid Wood
,J'4' 1 II calcium cyanide ia also a very poisonous ounce of sodium cyanide In two mat of dead leaves and stems near the'' WYSA !; I

substance and should be handled quarts of water. Pour a few fluid ground.. This serves a double purpose''
carefully and only in the open air or ounces:: of this material Into each hole of preventing burning of '
I where there I Is good l ventilation. I at once compacting the soil\ as indicated -i leaves and getting the cyanide down PTREVERY
t I, Among the most destructive pests above"for carbon bisulphide.: i I where the bugs are. | I

in gardens are mole-crickets. These Another! motlird! of combatting the Cyanide Is a violent poison and one tiuIq D
ilk t ; work under the ground making. .shal. mole-cricket Is to fumigate the entire I! working with it should keep to the !: D

low tunnels suggesting! those of moles garden, and one of the best substancesfor windward of the dust. Cans contain- Write Wire Call 0rw&S
i ) but much smaller. In making these thin! puvp se is calcuim cyanide. ing the material should be opened on- eiProbably I D

j tunnels they feed upon the roots of thee ',Tis! can be put down into the bottomof ly where there is good ventilation. I
plants. At night they leave the tun. the furrow Just at the foot of the Other good insecticides are the nico-
nels and feed upon the plants above I plow. It should be evenly distributed tine sulphate-lime dusts. These can be

t ground. I I at the rote of about 1,200 pounds: per I i( purchased already mixed or one can s
3'c mole.crloI one
There are three species of acrer Calcuim cyanide in contact with i make his own by thoroly mixing 03 lb. for the i D. BOREEI
kets In Florida. The Northern mole- i hydrated lime with of reason
.t I moist sell !gives off hydrocyanic acid I Lof 7 1-2 pounds ofWRIGLEVS
cricket is confined chiefly to low, gas. This kills not only the mole-cric l nicotine sulphate. This dust should be popularity
moist land such much and is that It Urt.o .
as the flat. I kets In the: soil but practically all other applied evenly over the lawn, but noj| and such
wood soils. The Short long returns I
Winged mole- 'I 1C,
:I insects! and other Animal life, including burning will ensue if one happens to great dividend for so small
cricket fowls in similar places but is ,i the nematode worms which get it stronger in some spots than oth. an outlay Ic keeps teeth CD
i I often found in drier land. The I I CC
most cause root-knot in plants, It also I er*. This should be put in thick clean, breath tweet, appedte i CC Stockton and Lackawanna
destructive of all is the West Indiana
keen, digestion good.
leaves the soil rich In nitrogen. This enough so that the grass looks some
Mole-cricket or ":: '1un.ca.. The "Chan- i I what whittish. Fresh and full-9avored I
of treating the soil la, how.
ga" is not native to Florida, but has I j" always la its wax-wrapped B JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
ever, expensive and can be recommended -I A !
fi ) been introduced from the West Indies'i fairly good dust may be made by package ,
only for particularly' valuable i ,
and Is largely confined to several of, ; mixing/ finely ground tobacco dust u
I gardens Calcium cyanide! as well as i with an equal weight of hydrated lime. J
the larger cities of Florida. Unlike the Ca
the hydrocyanic acid gas it fives off,I The lawn L, s;Y /
others it live in dry soil. | may also be treated with ,
ki4 can very
Control is a violent poison and must be handled '' a solution of nicotine sulphate, using I Ii '

PS Frequent plowing and deep cultiva wit h caution. { for this purpose one pint of nicotine' 'or fseP r rr

tion disturb the burrows and expose sulphate to 100 gallons of water. To i ur S74Sa5C7S7n4L7S7R 57S47R7570S444S7S7S7L7S74S' e' ti.rl .
11, the insects to their enemies. This con The Chinch Bug on St. Augustine make the material spread better it is' .

trol will be much more effective if Grass. LawnsSt. best I to put into the .water five or six ----

;' chickens to,follow turkeys the or plow.guineas Hogs are turned allowed I most. popular Augustine grasss grass for lawns is on in of Flo.the ]: pound or a pound of whale of calcium oil or arsenate.laundry soap I!II ._ .; .'f.t R'fl: :; :':': ':::71o:! i.Ifo/ i) r:::::;.. c::' t._":':". :-; !\;** wwu; m.-3; ,-"

44 Into an Infested field will, by their .rda! as it .grows wll in both sun and I rl

rooting! destroy many of these pests. I I shade and by making a heavy matt DROOKER ; LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith
Poison baits are quite effective in which crowds out weeds Is. a cheap 1 -"-- ,
4 controlling this pest in a planted gar. 1 lawn to keep. With the exception' o(f Mr. Richard Lewis of Arcadia was
a chinches is ,:; here visiting his sister, Mrs. John'
den. One of the most effective Is the free from Insect depre-
bait commonly used for controlling datlons. But chinch bugs are a very, last Friday. ;
grasshoppers. This is made by thoroly I| severe pest and if not checked will I I' L. A. Wynn of Hampton, was .

mixing dry 25 pounds of bran and a I often kill out a lawn completely. I I a business visitor in our town Friday PEEK
pound of Paris green. Next take 2 1-2 I i This insect is small and about an I afternoon. II j REALTY COMPANYSTARKE

4 gallons of water and grate into it a I 1 eighth of an inch Ion. The adults arc I, P. A. Crosby and son, Hugh Butler .
I black the reddish brown were attending to business in Jack-I Il .
half dozen lemons, oranges or grape. I ; young are a l ( FLORIDA
fruits. Grate up juice, rind and all. color. The grass on an Infested law l, ,1 Bonville last week. j

Next add to the mixture a quart of sy j turns brown in patches and if it Is not t:, I I ,
w rup. Moisten the poison bran and this ,promptly treated may die out com.., ':__: .._-1 ,:.d .' : H': '. :'. [ ,,:: ', J\;\':._ _:'. --_ u: :' -.. --p: .:__ __ .':-. -.. :: 0

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