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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 30, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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""I .VOLUME FORTY-mGHT STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY OCT. 30, 192i.-: NUMBER NINETEEN

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I Tonight At Court House TRACTS SOON TO BE DEVELOPED Garner Plan On Income Tax If IfI ;'|



SoticiUng Committees Report$22,- BOARD OF HEALTH CONTINU.ING Lake Butler to be Scene of Big. Im- SOLOMON DESUEIN HAD ] lr t $3,000 W;;; .j'be Exempt: from TOURISTS: AUTO SMASHED

000 Raised in Two WORK AMONG CHILDREN provement in Near WITH 'CITY OFFICERSRan Levy Under Its Provisions I WHILE I'AICKEU1' CUBIt I
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Days Work During the past week, Miss Mary \\ hen Juestitmrd Uy Night. Officer "Tho treasury's plan of income tax Clayton John. Arrested I.ale \Vednes-

,, Dodd, R. N., of the state board of t Lake Butler Lake:;: Butler, as a result -I'auitht After Chase; whereby the first three thousand und I day, Charged Driving While "

A committee meeting was held Monday i health, In charge of the work being I i of Tuesday's bond election which and Locked Up. five per cent on all above the first \ Intoxicated

night at the office of Col. D. E. carried on in this county among the ;, assured Union County of approximately 'seven thousand dollars Is somu what I -
Knight and plans wero completed for children has been working in the rural 11 $1,000,000 for improvement of its .Solomon DeSue spent Sunday night. a relief as compared with the. present I I'luyton Johns was placed l under ar- .
I in the after he hud been chased
enlarging 'the solicitation committeeand sections around Starke, distributing' highway system is to be the scene of city jail income law but the fairer plan It relit lute Wednesday afternon by i

for an Intensive soliciting cam- hookworm specimen bottles. In this 1 one of the greatest inland developments several blocks by night officer, seems to me would have been the I Night Officer Kelley, on a charge of i iu1t'

paign during the next few days. Funds Alias Dodd has been assisted by members 'II Florida has witnessed, accord- Kelley and character.placed under Officer arrest, as. a |Garner, plan in which the firm $dOO"Is ] \hag an auto while intoxicated, af. ,
suspicious
secured by the committees so far total I of the Starke Woman's Club ': i ing to an anouncement made public noticed Kelley exempted, said Col. K. A. Gruen of ti-r he hud smashed! into another car i\ '
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darkey on the street, with
over $20,000. I The state board of health, realizing here today by officials of King Properties the second Florida district todity. i standing at tho curb In front of Tho ;
his shirt turn and and when he
With the spirti being shown by our : the inroads the hookworm disease is { Inc., a Jacksonville real estate'' |sough; to question bloody him, he broke and "This would exempt the income of Magnolia Cafe. Johns sought to hide a

citizens it is now practically this sec making among the children of the concern. I| After chase which those loss able to bejirit, thus final- little of liquor and when detected by
tion. What amount will be expended state is offering to test without charge I King Properties recently purchasedmore ran. shots a fired during several cal class of citizens embraces the real the officer, hurled the bottle to tho I

in erecting this building will, be Uocidcd 'I:jail' school and pre-school children and than 7,000 acres of land in and ,. and carried were to jail where, he it was caught found strength of our commonwealth, Gen- pavement, breaking it. '

at an early meeting when the to furnish the family physician with near Lake Butler. At the same tuna I he was suffering from ugly was krufa :orally speaking this class of citizens I 1 Johns was not making much headway ). "

organization of a stock company will necessary medicines for its successful Owen A. Wood, nationally known oil an bear more of thu burden of our gov- at the time of the accident! and
,' i wound under the heart said to have
be perfected. i treatment. Few realize the seriousness operator of Fort Worth, Texas, acquired been inflicted ,; eminent und our local organizations.: !! outside of a bent fonder< on the parked *
by one Cioodwine
citizen of the situation, but the state more than 3,000 acres lie and I near "i'rubnbly the quobUoi. which l'on- I car, the damage wax light. Ills
Every urged to attend the I Maxville. He had been drinking and<
meeting to be held at the courthouse board in an examination of school ,|| officials of King Properties will develop I wan still under the effects of the li- 'corns Floridun moot is that raised by I ICUl1l1l1lttee mull son, who woe In the car with '

tonight and it is not proposed to let children in West Florida last year, ) the property together. it was quor when arrested 11< desires to allow all him was cut on the knee and had the

the matter drag until final arrangements found that 86 per cent of the children said today. A motorist allowed him to ride on inlio.'iUiiiee taxes paid status to bo du- | wound dressed at Corpenlntc's Unix
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were suffering from the disease. I I !It was admited this afternoon that I ducted! from the tax collectable: by the Store.
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have been completed for the the running board of his. to Sturke
Come The work in Bradford county will I plans for the project have been under said car r ',htl..l! government. The case will probably coma up before
building. out. ho where ho
was seeking medical I I
probably keep Miss Dodd here for MAYOR'S COURT DOCKET another two weeks. This week she is'''1 announcement was withheld pending attracted aunt t'Hty dollars income tux and l his
him. Hu
engaged in Lawtey and the surrounding 'i outcome of the road bond election. to will appearin ,, 'at.
Willie Thomas, disorderly conduct; territory, being assisted by ladies i i I Luke Butler property, including water mayor's court Saturday afternoon. |i uiu .-,'oIL .iw", undo: the propouedltho BEATEN NOW

fined $5.00 and costs. Johnson, rack 'from the Lawtey Woman's Club. As'' 1 front lots, will be offered to the public NEW CAR TAGS; IIICAUTIKS: present laws, under tho proposed j -

leas driving near school building; $3.00 soon as this section of the county III'l 1
and costs. Wesley Bryan, reckless driving completed Miss Dodd will take up the ,, i one week from next Monday D. C. Jones has rocuu ed his shipment 1 tine Htato forty und the government I{I approximately 2,000 bales, the largest

near school; $5.00: bond forfeited. work at Brooker.Mian I >the announcement stated. ut metal tags: fur placing on I' ten dollars, thus getting credit for the since the boll weevil advent, Ixiwndas

Smith Varnes, reckless driving near Dodd requests those who have! Survey and Plat autos, carrying the words Lal'ke, amount paid his state county farmer believe now that the

I, school; $5.00 forfeited. Everett Crews, not yet returned the specimen bottles A national sales campaign has been t'lu." in large outline script, and undcrneath ,! "Such a law would! kill the effect fight for the control of the weevil
reckless driving near school: $5.00 to do so, leaving them with her at the I perfected: and the 19,000 acres will ; the county slogan "Where'. j lot' Florida's present no ii iconic and no II i hns' \been won.

forfeited. John Griffis;. driving car Marion Hotel any time during the 'be offered in both farm tracts and :boil: Rewards Toil." i'lio tugs are finding ,i inheritance tux law. I should very It IK true, the best 'CJtton'rower.( .

while intoxicated; trial set for Satur- coming week. I 11 town site lots. It was not said which \ a ready sale, Mr. Jones statod, !''much egret to see any law which I iidmit, that thu 1025; cotton growing.

day. Griffis was tried in inayor'Js RUNS TRAIN 60 MILES AN HOUR section will go on sale first. ''and they will prove to bu valuable ad- ,would have this effect\ and snail do all HcnHoil was unusually favorable for

court Sept. 13th. for the same offense MAYOR PAYS FOR EXPERIENCE11 I' A crew of King Property engineers' vtertising for Bradford: county and j 1 I1 can to prevent the passage of thu tha staple and adverse to the weevil

and received a fine of $25.00 and costs ----- I I have been surveying and platting the j Sturko. Every btarko:: motorist is urged -I' bill us proposed by Chairman Green. '1| 1 but in recent years growers/ have
I o"r0 days J. Cox, engineer of tho second section 'property for the past four weeks while to purchase one I'lui-ida was within its state's rights ,I found that by consistnnt fighting, with

J. Cox, engineer, speeding train; $2 of the northbound limited train, \John J. Watson, noted landscape artist when it paced this law cud I believe I| comparatively little extra expense! ,
{ .and costs. was in somewhat of a hurry when he and town-planner, is supervising the HIGHWAY| SIGN tho government would be going too ; weevils can be controlled to such an

a Joe Williams and Zenas Jackson, reached Starke last Friday night, pussj rebuilding of the city of Lake Butler. NEARING: : COMPLETION; : fur if it )passed a law nullity ing our extent that cotton planting will again
j Donald J. Roes with Mr. I
working "
fighting and disorderly; $2.00 and ing over the ejght crossing in the cxtate tax law. ,..bo profitable In this county. Thin opinion
Watson, is designing a golf course Painting of the hue
< archway sign Is
costa town at a rate of speed estimated by shared by County agent It EI
several at around 60 miles an hour. He whkh he states will be one of the best t tin to be placed ut the county line at i MANY' HOMES LAID WASTE [, Miller.

IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT appeared in Starke Tuesday, plead till entire south. 1 Highland has been completed, and will TUUNAUO SUNDAY! Valdosta once a cotton market of

guilty and was fined $2.00 and coats' These, the anouncement said, are I Ii be placed m position by Messrs. Juig- I' ;)t 'largo proportions, fur six or seven
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Louville Crews, charged with operating by Mayor Peek. ,I'i' only a few of the proposed features ray and Davis, who weru. awarded the Troy, Ala., Oct :21.-Sixteen pur. .# oars hits been but little cotton, until
which are to be a part of the develop. sons were reported| killed. and /
a motor vehicle while drunk, plead It ia understood a movement is on contract by thu county commissioners, nhoi'ethan they present uvason, when it beganto
guilty. Fines $100 and costs or 60 foot to have the council donate the ment( program. at a recent, : meeting. Concrete pillars, i a scorn injured by a tornado, show a ruvival. Before the boll wee.

days. His license was revoked! unbil $2,00 fine to the crossing watchman I Luke Butler county seat of Union, erected on ouch side of tile road, will hicn struck Pike county Alabama, vil ever invaded South Georgia this
Jan. 1 1920. j is 53 miles southwest of Jacksonvilleand curry the wooden arch sixteen fuel early tO IIY. Many homes were laid
at Call Street to liniment for city was tho second largest island
purchase eau }
( Is one of the important railroad'above waste, causing thousands of dollars
Adam Thomas, having intoxicatIng the roadway. Tho arch twenty. I
strained tendons, it being said he i cotton market in the world, and the
liquor in his posscsion; releasedon showed a remarkable burst of speed '| centers of this section. Both the At- four feet long ana thirty menus wmo, damage price of the staple was madu In Valtlostu. .

bond of $500 for j lantic Coast Line and the Seaboard curries on thu side facing north lionet'measures: were undertaken
appearance. tine .
himself in getting out of the playfulengineer's During thu selling seuwn It* /
Floyd Crosby, carnal intercourse way. |lines run through here, supplying this words "Welcome to Bradford County." |' this afternoon and first aid! was rushed street, \ were congested 1 with tennislouded .

with unmarried femal under 18 'city with a minimum of fourteen passenfer On the reverse side, oho reads as hu to l several communities which bore j with but there wa
j ulbon
years; referred to grand jury upon WORK RESUMED: 1 ON HIGHLANDMAXWELL trains daily to and from Jack- leaven. the county, "Bradford County. thu brunt of the terrific storm. Victims never, II bola of short simple. Since

request of state attorney.J. ROAD 'sonville. Healthiest in thu mate. Come: back and who fled hero were shuttered by the boll weevil no more long staple,

D. Crews, possession of intoxicating I| Mammoth Birds. Eye It'lute.Irs.! J. 1'. tjuigluy is author i ciuizens of Troy and the local hospital h|has been wen, and now it is the short
liquor; charge nol pressed on Although Contractor Whitney is beIng Two Joseph Day artists of New of: the slogan accepted by the committee | was taxed to capacity in taking ,variety, but farmers and business men
held on account of slow deliveries j of the .
motion of 'prosecuting attorney, upon up 1 York, Clyde Delehanty and James Hay, appointed by the county comnuaI cuio injured. Sweeping down. welcome that oven us a long lost bro
of material the work of with
com- tremendous force
tho
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stormroared
payment of costs. mammoth I I"birdlteyu" sioncrs ,
have been working on a then It is predicted that next season
pleting the stretch of road thirteen, throught this veclion
Block Parris, operating; tractor on of the property here for I leveling there will bo un extensive revival of
y state highway; plead guilty. Fined between Highland and Maxwell Is thu past four weeks and announced "U lh81UUK; IN COL.; hoinua and barns, rushed on its waysoutineastward. cotton growing but never on the
the '
being pushed rapidly as supply .
$1.00 and costs or 30 days. as 'I be L1SSION \\ lIu I'AUnUD CARS;
will
I this afternoon that it completed "wliolo hog" plan, for tobacco and
of
rock will allow. Sixteen cars were Loss of life was reported In the
POSTAL TELEGRAPH I IOPENS placed on the siding Monday. The past within the next" few days nine Cliff Crawford: is out under a bond Good Hope s..ction.. at Luvernu, in the oilier crops urn now .too well establish (I Ied
the "birds-eye measuring in thu good of thu
week the of rock graces progressive
Uak
STARKE OFFICE shipment was not Grove neighborhood Union
at
l.1 feet high by fourteen feet wide, is of toJUU, charged with driving an automobile farmer, who will always believe
sufficient to keep the crews at work, | wliile .springs' in Comer: Spring Hill and
The Postal Telegraph has opened an said to be the largest that has ever I intoxicated bis case in planting many kind of crops.
and due to the congested condition of < Lufau.u, where three .
':office in Starke, in the building next :freight traffic it is not nown whether been painted in Florida. It gives a' being sot for hearing November. 21th. gillcU and several negroes were reported It. is now an established fact thatu
I the persons in.
\.1'\ to Mitchell's Drug Store, Call Street. conditions will improve during the complete panorama of King Properties regular monthly term of countyludge'0 lured good cotton season Is not altogether

4 ;,Mil, W. D. Finder has charge of the ,next few weeks.Approximately. !. and Wood holding with many fea. court.Crawford I favorable for thu bust tobacco, and

I' office and he is there to please the one mile and a half'of ''' teuros of the proposed development ; was placed under arrest KMCKEIl: CLUB IN UTAICKE: vice vena, so that by planting the

I 'u.public. lIe assures tho.- people.ot the rock base has been completed'and brought out in detail. last 'Ihursuuy night when thu truck two. crops. the South Georgia farmer

A Starke that any business transacted it is believed that, with fair deliveries Most of the property acquired by he. was driving collided with an Es- An epidemic of knickers broke out is always sure of hitting it right un

.' through the office will be handled as j of rock, connection with the I these two concerns wasp urchased sev coach and u Ford sedans the cars in :Starke Tuesday and included prominent one good cash crop.

( ;' speedily as possible. The office has the Highland end of the road will be completed I from J. W. Townsend, president of being parked In front of the club house. men of almost every profus' '' --

". '. advantage of being centrally located ; during November. This covers | the Farmers and Dealers bank here. The truck was almost a total wreck, slon and trade in the town. After view- DEATH (MARKS I'KKSCOl'T;

and we bespeak for the Postal a vol- i the worst ,part of the stretch and lit. The consideration was said to have turning completely over and reversing ins the miscellanood assortment of ,;

< ume of business that will assure their tIe more than half of the length to I been considerably more than $':;OOOllO. direction. Crawford; was apparently shanks encased lit mora colors Limn i I I After seven weeks. illness, Marks
continuance of the office. I IJRAY be paved. Success of Tuesday's bond election thrown clear of the machine, as it tau rainbow ever boasted. old weathermen Prvacolt died the 22nd. Inst. III Guinea
means that Union county will have landed upside down, with the entire duclarea the sudden weather villa where ha had been taken to the

r 1 NEWSOM WITH DIES FROM LOCKJAW; 1 within the near future hard-surfaced front end a mass of wreckage. Both the change was no mystery after all-thu Williams Sanitarium for treatment. to

STROUT AGENCY I I road from, Lake Oity to Lake Butler; parked cars suffered considerable silent was tnough to umke Old bol iiiUnu Marks fell and broke his arm anduiter

;; Ray Newsom-Is now connected with I' Tho small son of Mr. and Mrs. HIram front Lake Butler to Starke; from damage. race and K.: jt'leuisy 1'iuvius to shed it hud been set blood poison dlvelopud .
Prescott, who had been ill
very l Lake Butler to Worthington Springs tear and later tetanus caused his.
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i tjthe Strout Farm Agency in the capaci- FIRS STRAWUEKR1E8 OF
,at a Gainesville hospital, died last[
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and from Lake Butler : death.
of to MaClenny. However, what the ruins failed to do
ty salesman for the firm. Mr. New. and SEASON IN TUESDAYCharley Ir
.Thursday was laid to rest at McKinney I
These the important points although "dark Murks Adel i'rescott of Mr and
t' om is a valuable addition to this j are a horse, in the person of uUistunguiahed son
[agency, knowing the entire section and sometime cemetery and Friday.broke his The child Later fell I funds have been provided for Cooper brought the first looking stranger, did- !Mm. II. A. Prescott, was born in Bradford )

oroughly acquainted with the paslibilities ago arm. improvement of highways over the en- ripe strawberries of thu season to the the localities hunted cover. What bus. County and was twelve years and
Infection in and
awaiting prospective settlers' veloped and set the child lockjaw de-j tire county. Telegraph. office Tuesday, and it is HUMS the kmckered stranger will l enter ten months of age. Hu attended the

for our farm lands. I IThe { Gainesville, for treatment was and taken it weal I believed they are the first reported 1 '[ i* not known, although it is known Marku. school. and on account of his
found COLLElIOVl1.G TO NEW from any section of the state Mr.Cuopel' j i'not carried a large roll of blue print. sweet deposition and pleasant ways
Highway Market.Jta installed necessary to amputate his arm QUARTERS NEXT WEEKJ. i said the vines were sut out in'' with him. he was popular with his teucher and .
e latest refrigerating display case, from which he never recovered. ''June and were ia healthy condition. class mutes. During his last U'nessliu '

here the meats, sliced and ready for {'entire i The family have the sympathy of the F. Colley will begin moving his 1 They are of the Missionary variety, EVANGELISTIC: :; : BKO11IEUIIOOI:: suffered intensely, but woe brave

the i housewife are temptingly display- community. equipment of his new blacksmith 1 large, well formed and fully ripe. Mr. and uncomplaining to the end.
shop first of next week and ha states 1 Gospel teams visited: Heilbon and
red ,
and
preserved. Cooper's place is a short distance. north Kev. of tic church
I A CHURCH Lrrsham churches and Crosby Baptist
JMi ATTENDANCE CREED that it will require about four days Sunday: else
WORTH LEAGUE | east of Starke. members attended the CuutrtU; A conducted the funeral service and the
time to move to his new quarter. and >>.u.
ELECTS OFFICERS I, "I believe that my church Is en- set up his machinery. Customers of' elation at Sardis church near Woitnington internment took place in the family lot
titled to much )11.1'1') COURT; GRAND ut Mckinney. .. Kind frluiuU '
|I as attention as men giveto Mr. Colley should take notice of this 1 Springs. | :ein lcry.
t the Methodist church last Sunday their social clubs, lodges or other removal and that no work can be done AND PETIT JURY: DRAWN Abe annual election of officers furl|I sent lovely flowers to place on the

evening, the Epworth League elected organizations: the Brotherhood was neid lust newly mudo grave.
during the first part of the coming: The following men have been aurra.I evening ,
"t&*> following\ officers: | "I believe that the trend of the ago week. I|Intoned I to serve on tie grand and at the Starke Baptist. church and report !! 'Ibe deceased leaves to mourn his lad

) I President" -Miss Florence Matthews. it away from personal attendance at tit jury at the fall term of court par of the. election will be given next duutli. his parents, Mand) Mrs. H. A.

VIce-President-Comer Long. 'church, often relying on money ai a PINE CAStLE I'I next :Monday November 2nd.convening week. Much good work has been accomplished t'rvscult; sister, Irene Prescott; a (
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[Secretary-Eugene Matthews substitute for personal service: O. W. I during the your the Brothtrhoud brother Herbert t'ruscutt, ; and but
Barry Youngblood L. L.
Treasurer-Hamilton Ritch "1 believe that my personal attendance Miss Lucile Hall spent the weekend ,'Anders I 0, J., llarnage, J. A.,, Ellington -, bas bean organized< and the'eieinbership 'I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper 1
(Department Superintendents: at the church' service Is in Waldo with friends and attended has about doubled. injiue Brown and Mr. and Mis. S. J. Prescott
John A. Dinkins E.
U Spiritual work-Miss Ellen Tomb- more vital and essential than money the theater at Gainesville Saturday | E. J., Bessant, Abraham, P., Lewis E. tubers. I'also several aunts and uncles. The be.
; Dowling,
I\"Ii. or anything else that I have: night moved family have the sympathy of
> Social Service-Miss Kate Struth.I| "Therefore I am resolved to present Mr. and Mr. E. L. Youngblood andlittle 1 J,., Turner, Roan J., Jones, Edward B., GROWERS TO MEET their many friends.
Swindell S. K. Edwards K. <
.':'Recreation-Miss Madge Mlddle- myself regularly at least once each I son, Lawton of Graham was via. W. Lacy Starka. Growers Association will "Those that we love so long and sea
Burney George John F.
Colley,
ion. I Sunday at some church service, when sting friends here Tuesday morning Harrell W. M. Harris Jackson K., hold a meeting at the Ni l\rj..lonlollsa. Grace Wood. 'not prevented !by some valid reason." Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall and Loved and still dead
loves bud
j ? daughters Byrd J. N., Wall, William L., Crews, Saturday, October 21, at 3:00 I'. M. ,-not
IB 1 ? for I If
Agent Epworth Era-Miss Myrtlce and Margie! were shopping gone before."
I ,James; Bryant, Ernest B., Green Lo ANTI FLORIDA i
!rederica Struth. I CARD OF THANKS In Hampton, Thursday. I i iMr. TALKUERVES
iThe' renzo; Johns, A. B., Mott, Grover C., I TO ttilMULATU Tallahassee-Addressing women tf pr
meetings of the Epworth Lea- We, the parents of Marks Prescott, and Mrs. E. J. Dowling spent
t are well attended and are growing' most sincerely thank all those who>j Saturday afternoon in Gainesville Waters, J. G., Bishop H. A., Morgan, INTEREST.:; !SAYS: HALL Tallahassee, who keep college gWs

rlf interest. With the above officer and I were so kind to us during the severe 11 I Miss Lucile Hall motored to Alachua I J. J., Marr, Joe; Thomas, J. B., Phillips "The anti-Florida propaganda fill- j in their homes. Dr. Kerr, dean of we

J superintendents the organization ls | Illness and at the time of the death of Sunday afternoon. D. J., Mott, Henry. D., Kelley, C. hog Northern newspapers only serves 1 men Florida State College for Women

(assured of good work for the coming oar loved boy. Especially are we Mrs. G. F. Johns nil daughters, S., Futch George L., Starling, Alfred; to koep the undesirables away. Intelligent asked that they co-operate with f +

',.Mr. The pastor. Rev. C. F. Stsrnes, grateful to Dr. Parks, of Starke, and Idell and Doris of Waldo, wcs visiting I Griffin, Sidney F., Cone, Robert. people seek out the facts for her in enforcing the student government

JIaIJ given his personal supervision to I Dr. Thomas of Gainesville, also Mrs.A. friends here Saturday afternoon. Winter Haven-Boillcord Corporation themselves; they ignore propagandathat rules. She asked that each bouse:

i;Uur organisation, and the church isl, M. Pattlt, of Gainesville A. C. all and son, Clyde was boat I to erect 7-story apartment, corn I U an Insult to their intelligence. l mother! to be a real mother to her

"ftvod of their. working. young people. i) Mr. and Mrs. IL A. Prescot. fleas visitors, to Waldo Tuesday. er Sixth Street and Howard Avce. : Florida has nothing to fear." girls and help them.



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1 I PACK TWO BRADFORD COUNTT TKLKGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3., 192.I' .-,
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nr I Ings on Parliamentary Law were giv my boy flunks in Latin so much. I': Pile Cured'In 6 to 14 Day

en. After:, this the meeting was turned Mrs. Alderman-Yes, it's a mystery' Druggists p,fund lanes If PAZO OINTMENT: Ml,
1 Bradford High over ,to the Newspaper Club who to me. He learned all the school yells to cure Ifchlnitt! BIID: BlMdlnd. or Pratracllnc
r z I PUeL InM. .ntl* relieve. IIchlD Piles.aDd ,..
I presented an original skit writen by a easy enough. as get MMhil' (|MP sites tint .plluaduca.. 6Oa.
IIJ'n member of the club entitled "Bur. Cop -
lesque en the Ghost Scene from Hamlet ,i producing note book-Name can go out after a cold?

School Journal ," as it was so near Hallowe'en !the please.; Doctor-lIe does not have to ,">

1! [i Club thought that it was only right Lois-Idelpht Cicerina Ellafex Bro- out after it, Just send him to .ch"ol

that their program should have a thene. and let him sit in Miss Matthew:
I ghost in it. The cast of this burlesque Cop (puttin note book back-Well) room and it will come to him.
EUGENE MATTHEWS SAMMY STERNBERG I' were an follows: ':don't let me catch you speeding again.
EdltorIChl AMoeUti Editor New Student-Is your algebra te,,-
1 I I Hamlet-Eugene Matthews Allen-Yes, I'm a big gun at school.
t OWEN GRIFFIN WILLIAM DUNCAN cher a strict grader?
i1 t Ophelia-Owen Griffin I Then don't hear better T
t t' AthI.tIs Editor Jok. Editor why reports Junior-Is she! Why she counts rif,
--- Ghnt-Sammy Sternberg Prof. Dowling-When water is if you put a decimal point upside'
--
--- I Heralds Junior McDonell, Buster transformed into ice what great
j I Health and Temperance Program the class. The most important of this ( down.
,j going; a different direction so someone I iKioklitor, Leo Hughes, Allen Long, change takes place?
would be sure to get somethingin was making plans for putting on a) William Duncan, Merrill Struth, Rufus Miss Brown-Who was that that
i I
There will be health and temper the way of spoils. play sometime soon. We are living in Prescot and Gerald Cox. \ II Jimmie-In price. '. laughed out loud?
1 ance exercises at the school auditorium I Dan and I matched for the "choice hopes that we will be able to show Harriet paused my test with ease.
I Of course, we cannot write too much Elmer-I did, ma'am, I laughed up
this afternon (Friday) at onethirty.Below everybody what we can do if we will. Elise-What low marks!
; place,'f? which was supposed to toe ''about our own entertainment; it isn't my sleeve but I didn't know there.,-
r Is the Interesting program: full of squirrel I won, and we parted. At this meeting. we also adopteda I'
being done, but it is safe to that it a hole tn the elbow.
: theN say cold? I
1 i Song, Flag of the 'ree-By I I About dusk as I was going backto creed, but we want to hum it a whilein Merrill-What gave you your
was enjoyed by and it also
school. heads before let it everyone, Visitor-I suppose you are a bright
t a Jig owl flew by my head our own we Luclle-A proverb says, Add
camp proved that the Club
Flag Salute-School. out into daylight. Our club is Literary can student and have a good position in the truth."
: and lit in a tree just in front of me. creep not claim all the actors. I naught to
Scripture rending and prayer-Dr.' lie ruffled up his feathers and awakening from a long Rip Van Win- your room. Erma.-I wish they would dothat ,r n

II. A. Tucker. blinked his eyes, just for the world klo sleep, and we see that things i I Willie Mae-Yes indeed, it's right grading test papers. Get ten and it

1 ( ;:, I Mother Goose Health Verses some weighty subject, as does a flea have changed while we have been I| B.H.S.BUNK 'by the radiator. would bo a hundred.Mother'Were .

Francis Lee Peck, Clarice pill, Beatrice land on his front or his hind legs snoozing; and we all cry out, It is Miss Florence-Deep breathing kills

I Moaelcy, Mormon Gordon'1 after each jump time for the Literary iCluB to work! bacteria. Ox-I have an idea! you polite at t

of Class C., first grade. Arriving in camp I found that only I| Jessie-But how can I make them Molyin-Be kind to it, it's in a basket ball game?

i Health soma and readings-First Dick was back, so we sat down and The Newspaper Club I I breathe deeply? strange place.MotherHow. Grammer Grader-Oh yes, 0.

Grads waited for the rest of the boys. In a The Newspaper Club held Its meeting I ______ I
+ \ Song The Temperance Train-Sac- Friday morning In Mrs. Alderman's Father I can't
short while I heard Howard whistle understand why long before my son
Grade.Recitation (Continued on Page 6))
1 ond This secretmeeting
and I answered him. I knew It was room. was a very
.I Good HealthBy eleven as its was to complete -
Howard as there only three purpose
are peo- ...
s pupils from third grade. ple that can whistle like he does. It Is our plans. for conducting the assembly ]'.c '..i. ..t '..'MWlt.JJi.I:4'M': ; ; : : "'."" ',.' tlJ': ,:;., .,,,,, :.v. .%,.;':::, '"c_' c,"_" ,p ,_ : .. .. Jii I
Recitation, True CleanlinessMartha -
next Wednesday. But that'* .
a peculiar trilling effect of high and
Drownlee, Lois Adklns, low notes. all over now. The cast was. selects!
Grace Alvarez and Mildred Griffin ,
I After it grew dark and the stars for our burlesque, committees were
of fourth grade. appointed to see about costumes for
came out we began to pet worried
Recitation, Health and Freedom about .Tim and Caddie, for they did the actors, nnd also to see about decorating -
I. S. R. Johns, Jr., Sinclair Peek, not know much about camping and the stage. We feel that ourproj'ram Business School F
Jr. and Arthur Darby Jones,
had not yet returned to cnmp. was a credit to the club and or
of fourth grade.
I started out to find them Soon I we hope to put on another interewtingone ,
Health Alphabet-Dy 20 pupils of when It our time take
had called them into yelling distance comes to
the 5th. grade. I by blowing into the barrel of mv gun. charge of the assembly again: ,
Recitation, How Strong are You?- I
I. This sound can be hoard for miles on
Melba Silcox, of the sixth grade 1 a still day. Etiquette Club STARKE'The

I Tho Cigarette Dramatized-By ten Jim yelled, "Hey! Joe!" "Chawmed l to :Meet you"-The Etiquette '
I
nix grade boys.
Reading, Mothers-James Richard ] And I yelled back, "Hurry, we are I ( Club held Its regular meeting
waiting for you"I Friday in Miss Matthews' room and
Wainwright, of the 7th. grade. I I left the path to meet hIm and discussed, the different forms of introduction -

I Paper, Thoso Who say Prohibition got lost. myself and could do nothing and also talked over a deep
is a Success-Glenn Wood, of the dark secret. Yes it is GeorgiaCarolinaSchool
but sit on a log/ and wait for somebody correct for the I
r } 7th. ,grade to come and find me. Etiquette Club to have secrets, so .
Song, Work for Enforcement v.I
When they finally fund me, Jim yOU will just have to nurse your cur-

I enth grade. latH-ht'd, "Yeah the rescue party coming insity until we get ready to let you '
Paper, Law Enforcement-James of Commerceof
T down and getting lost! Haw( haw, In on It. ,.
G :, Lewis, of the 8th. ,grade. .L.. ." ''I
J Playlet, The Fight for Health-By nw i

I. I I ";. Song 18 pupils Health of the the 8th.8th.grade. buzz About, a that monquito time somebody bit Caddie started and he to The Science Science!Club held Club its. regular' I j jmeeting |'I
-By gra e.
in
swore that a rattle snake had bitten Friday morning :Mr. Dow- ,
I Address-Rev. Thomas lIanllc'f1.I'layA his arm off. ling's room. At a previous meeting ItI Brunswick, Ga.-Goldsboro N. C., is going to open a school at STAttKE, ..
Yark at Nontuck Hall. I
Synopsis of play: "On the sly" six In a few minutes I heard some was decided that at each: meeting provided a sufficient number are interested in taking a standard stenographic

? i I, boarding house girls plan a spread. soft. pudding/ footsteps coming towardus. this some meeting member Clevy would Norman take charge acted At as commercial or secretarial course either in the day or night school ,

_ "Old 1 Cog," Madame's maid, played I I
i' Jim whispered, "Kitty kittv." We leader. A very interesting and profit- at once.
by Ruth Sternberg, fails in her efforts I
all able half hour was discussing( '
were ready to shoot when spent
Howard
y to prevent the carrying out of ported the bushes and said "What articles from scientific magazines.Girl's The boy or girl starting to a commercial school should remember that

'I the plan. She, however, Is only one the deuce are you doing sitting, on I the training to be secured in the school selected must be such as will meet
of tho
obstacles that have to be
many
met with in the procuring and preparation that ?log" why don't you come to ThP president Athletic of the Association Girl's. Athletics I the requirements of the business world. It is not enough to be a stenographer -

y I, of the goodies. The persistence camp Wo had been siting all the time on Association called a meeting of the' -it is not enough to be merely a bookkeeper-not these things but

j and ready wit of Mary and Salley organization Thursday to discuss efficienc in them, measures success.
: a log that was right beside the trail,
t finally save the day. Virginia Weeks, I
Vot !some important business. The Treasurer
farther
Hannah Jones than five feet away fromit. Efficiency methods of kinds of text books
as is an object of pity Mary Canova depends upon instruction
1 The soft feet we had heard gave a report of
t I with her continual sneezing attacks. Howard, in his mocassins. As he were had ,, the "Tag/ Day" sales which amountedto used, the mental and moral qualities of the teachers with whom the stu-
Poor Edith played by Harr.et: Ritch,
1 t- 1 Was. born, with an appetite. Nan quite a hit of experience at hunting $31.8"!! The members voted to use dent associates and in addition to all this the inspiration for thorough
$10( of this
Woodruff, who is always Into things, ho walks almost like an Indian when I for the girls.amount and to pay the dues work, for high standards of attainment and for earnest endeavor-these
I 1 ho is in the woods He also has a small boys to the State
t I is played by Elizabeth Andrews Win amount of Indian blood in him. Athletic Association. The boys have intangible things are as much a part of what our school has to offer as is
ifred
Willets Elise Jones, is littlemore
a We got back I very kindly assisted in getting the the of itself.
I steady than the others. Mary safely to camp, but course study
t' they nearly "ragged" I tennis nnd basket ball courts ready
death
me to
." R Marvin, or Hazel Middleton, Is a natural about my rescue party. for the girls so the girls felt they Mr. F. \V. West, representative of the School, will be at The Mag-
j
leader and Sally Armstrong, I
t played by Florence Andrews, who is I would like to compensate them somewhat nolia Cafe, 'Phone No. 33, for a few days to explain courses of study ratesof

.. F,1. : j' always ready for fun, are the hos- A Hint To The Literary Club The girls by .paving this amount need for them. tuition and further details in which you will be interested and to deter-
!
Just in case the Literary Club finds may soon more help,
_ _
'j 1 tes eM. whether there is sufficient interest in STARKE to the
the time hanging/ heavy on its handsi I so be ready, boys. I mine justify placing
Tho play is full of laughable Incl.
I' I j dents and an important phase of the which l Is posible but not very probable ) t school here. Therefore, if you are interested in taking a course right hereat
The Girls __
s : i we are right ready to suggest: Tennis Club home him at
,
,: I temperance subject is taught' very The Girl's see once. .
d forcibly; a way in which they may while away tennis club met Thura-,
their 1 idle time. > day, October 22, during Physical Education
': Period. The COURSES OK STUDY
d I Since there are so many accomplixhed secretary, Mia4
Awful Accident -
.t.(,s, i(: 1 A few days ago there was-- qui e l actors and actresses in this Harriet Ritch, read the minutes of the These are the courses of study that are being offered for reservation. They speak
last
I club meting. A splendid report! ot?
( a* proved by the Spanish Tragedy ;
41 a bit of excitement on the school the candy sale for themselves and need no arguing. Call or phone for details.
which the club
.i and since these actors are also. literary members
I when "Pussyfoot" McMillion
campus why held Friday, Oct. IB, at the basketball
; should not they put on a'
came in to forceful contact with "Red
.r Flag" Thornton, the: "Hawkshaw" of play and use the proceed I'Uo' buy books game was given. The amount STENOGRAPHIC COURSE
for made at this sale, $4.82, Is to be used
,. the Bradford County High School."Pussyfoot" our Library which does not contain'' In paying' for the tennis s Gregg Shorthand, Touch Typewriting Business English Business Correspondence
i enough! volums_ to supply the de-:, equipment. {
11 was gallantly riding! Calculation General Office and allied
mends of the students for parallel I Penmanship, Spelling Rapid practice, subjects.
i his bicycle down the street thinking
.
I reading./ I Assembly )j
1 ': about the Algebra problef in next The ,
I days lesson. "Red Flag" was standing' A word to the who is sufficient, assembly Wednesday morning' COMMERCIAL: COURSE
was called to order by President Owen'Griffin
and who dare to that the J
in the middle of the stret all unconscious Club Is not wise?say literary after which some short read- I Bookkeeping Banking Business Arithmetic, Rapid Calculation Business English
: of the two-wheeled horor :
approachingl Business Correspondence, Penmanship, Spelling General Office Practice and allied
I
Bam! Bluie! "Red Flag"went ,, TRAIN SCHEDULE |
!Yj ( north, his flag went east, his A Boost For The FreshmenTho I subjects.

j hat went up and "Pussyfoot" went Freshmen may be abused, Schedule changes 12:01: a. m. Sun '

1 j down. This is about all we can say I sneered at, and scorned but however.,'' day October 4, 1925 and trains will SECRETARIAL COURSEA
about this accident except that Incredible it may seem to some of us, run as follows: s j

Pussyfoot" said, in an interview they also have some quantities which I No. 1 Jacksonville)) to Tampa due complete combination of the two courses enumerated above and Intended for those

1 I'' I. granted to one of our reporters last the higher grades might do well to, Starke 12:30 A. M. I' who wish. to qualify for high-grade secretarial and executive positions

4! hlghtthat he would never Again ride make examples. For instance their No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa due !

}I a bicycle. j pride in the neatness of their room. Starke 11:02 A. M. 'I|
We have not noticed any Seniors, Jun- No. 7 Jacksonville CIVIL SERVICE COURSE
to
The above scope was wrlten by an St. Petersburg ,
i f aluminus of old B. H. S., who witness-I i> ,iors, or Sophomores, fixing' their transoms due Starke 2:16 P. M. I I Touch Typewriting, Penmanship English, Spelling Business Correspondence

', j ed the dreadful accident. It shows that painting/ their wall, or wash No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm- Arithmetic and Rapid Calculation

when you graduate you must not necessarily ,ing their blackboards. The Freshmen ,, Beach due Starke 10:15 A. M. I
a I cease taking an interest in'' 'not oily! do this, but they have com- I No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville due''

I our high school activities. Study the ,, 'Take mittees to see that it is done right i! Stnrke: 4:30: A. M. j Day and Night Sessions Individual Instruction Diplomas. Position for Graduates.

style carefully, don't you recognize note upper classmen, you may be No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville duo
i ,i it? We thought so, a former editor,I''ahead of the Freehmen in the matter ] Starke 4-25: P. M. i For all details of this exceptional opportunity, see or call Mr. F. W. West at The
i
of school
jl t, ),. of Journal.the Bradford County High School 'them in some work,respects.but you are way behind j. No. 104 St. Petersburg to Jacksonville Magnolia CaSe, 'Phone No. 33.

1. I I Tho high school is rending! out a due Starke 6:03 P. M. The School will open In a central location as soon as a sufficient number are en.

', The Rescue Party |I'' nation due Starke 9:00 A. M.
The following story bzy Joseph !Mal now stands we have but one I :

pan is very interesting, especially. so,s, "ourt and every day at Physical Eduatiou 'j No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key
since the Incidents portrayed in it Period there is nothing shorts due Stark 6:11: P. M.

really took place. I of a riot caused by everybody trying | "Starke & Wannee Branch"No.

g ". One cold December morning. soon *o crowd on this one court, and scram' 101 Leaves Starki 7:40 A. M.

after Christmas, Dick, Howard, Jim,) bling over the. racquets. These riots No. 102 Arrives Starke 8:15 P. M.
t bound : Carolina
ire to result in something dis.sstrous Schoolof
Dan, Caddie and I left for a camp. Georgia -
if 1 1 on the St. Johns River, about six ] some day and the only way T. J. GRIFFINA
we see to prevent them is
miles from Sanford. We pitched to get more
'tt camp on a pine knoll just out of the s courts. TONIC I II
main swamp. Rather Howard and I II I Moth the boys and ,girls basket ball Grovel Tastelesa' chill Tonic restores I

It 4 t pitched the tent, while the others the teams will play the Waldo teams on Energy and Vitality by Purifying and I Commerce

i fought over the oranges we hadbrought Starke court, Friday Oct. 3 Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
Everybody please and h'l(
come
along. I yell
strengthening, invigorating effect, see how
i your own high school.
j That afternon about four o'clock It brings color to the cheeks aad howIt

We set out to get all the game we I Improve the will then
appetite
REPORTS you
.' could Dan looked like a typical"cracker" I ORGANIZATIONS appreciate lu true tonic value O. McLane, President F. W. West, Representative

} ..:, with an old grey derby, a The Literary Club __ Grove' Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply
f torn khakd short and his trousers': I Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So BRUNSWICK, GA.-GOLDSBORO, N. C.

I ; stuffed into his boot tops. We formed The Literary Club held its regular pleasant even children like It. The blood

a comical looking group filing down I meeting Friday morning in Miss needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to
I the trail listening and] looking for Brown's room. After the minutes were I l Enrich It Destroys Malarial germs and

squirrel. read by the secretary we discussed Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invigorating .
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I Finally we decided to split up, each I business matters which came before Effect 60c I ""c' ,. -' : .:. ... ,: ; : -.: ,' :, : .: : :'. ';. ._}
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1925. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKB. FLORIDA PACK TORES Jr

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Austria, but that the shop from which

1 I he bought it had failed in closing

Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph. the contract of sale and h..d It on bin REPORTOFLIGENSES

."'-- ... ..._- hands, at the time of !Mr Zeigler's 1

I v sit in that country, three years'" ago. (' '
Hive IIda'lio'l 'of Uon ea IMUCC foe Bradford ."n'f' Florida, bj th. Tat Collee"' .. dupllcUa ot which have been lllil with the County
[ State News J the period bea-innlntf on the lira d'. October. A. I). IV4.!! and ending on the eLL day ol October A. D. 1V.4.LJena .

L Gainesville-F. S. lIodcon of the TO GRA'tgD FOR WHAT PURPOSE I' ai i T) Of {.URNHK: T.r.Due

I Florida Land Buyers will erect in the Nw From Nh.To Wa.n Htat (;a..1rI i

near future a matmificient bachelor lulf Reflnlnv Co. .____u____._... Oil Dealer. -.-- .. .. _.--...-.-.._.---- OeU I. 1112OaL---1. 1 M__..(21100 117.61
Told
by Our Exchange hotel on the Ogrlivie property West 2 Standard Oil Co. ....- oil Dealer.I -..- .. .- -.-?-..-..,------. 0." I. 1114 Oct. I. lV S.... .600 ia .ail
t I. L. Leach ._.:::::::::::::::::. ..
University avenue Just a block from Merchant .. .. .. .. .-00.-------00----- OcU! I. 111114 OcU 1. IU25.._ a.00..._ *
4 W. N. Johnalon. ...- .- |.hotnaraph.r ---------------J_.____ ... OcU 1. 11124 OcU 1. 160
MHHBBBaBaBBBBBBBBBBHBBKBBBBBBBBBHMBMaeBHaaaBB i the campus which he purchased the 6 O.: M.: (arms __:::::::::::::..-:-== Agent Lifa Inauranc ...- .. ------?-_. OcU 1. lt 4. OcU 1'IVit2i.00 ass

> I past week. There will be a spacijua S H. K. Nublea -----.--------.-.----- Bakery... . .......=................ Oct. 1.: 1U1I4 0." 1. 1056.-:.100 110) ..
LeeBbur -Notice has been ivceivod Senator comedian, and Joe Angle I arcade in the with T B..I'H.U.: tfardmanS. : --?-----------.- Merchant 00 -- -- -. ___.__________.___ Oct. I. 1V24 OcU 1. 18Y1___. 100 1.1.
by Postmaster Stunkel that the Leesbnr& Judge the I building store tJdmn. .---------------- Sewing Machln Act.Merahant __ -_ -. -_ Oeu I. 1B14 Oct.Oct.. 1. 1576__.. 10.00 ..u.
I ia Washington first baseman I ,space and luxurious lobbies. About 0 M. U John.. Jr.. --- n -- -. "- .. .- .. -------._____.___ O... 1. 1M4 1. 1576.._. a.oo 1." ,
I office beingforwarded a new joined the group here during the af- eight store have been 10 How .1Uryan; ...------ M.rchant, .- -- ._ -. .. -___...______u._ Oct. I, 1K24 Oat I IOcu I. 1021.._. a oo II*
tamp cancelling: machine, electrically! ternoon. rooms engaged. 11 Con ...---------- Merchant 00 -. .. .. .. .................. Ot!" I, 11114 I IOct. t. IV21.__. a oo 1."
which will handle I All store spaces wil be restricted. The la H. w llrn.* --------------- Barber. ... .- ".__-__-_._.. ___ Oat. 1 1. 1824 I 1. 1xa6.._. i.oo .1*
i operated 8,000 building will probably be ten stories 15 J. U. Mow Merchant .. -. .- -- __ ._"__..___I.I_.? Ool. 1. lt.14. 0... I 1. IOKI___. a oo Ill
piece. of mail an hour. Increase in Tampa. -Seven 14 Sarah 1 1..1111.----------------' .. Merchant .. .. .. .. .. .................. (k1. 112. 0." I 1. ]936.... a oo 1.10 '
the local has cars were high with roof garden on top whichcan 16 K. H. Thed .: Merchant, .. .____, .. 0 Ie" 1. 1.114 OcU I, 1926.... too '.00
business at postoffica Il.---------------- -- -- -- ------
ed, several others were dem01lIh-1 be used for doncing .nd I* U. AWI| Merchant OoU I. lt>.!4 Ocu 1. 1526___. 461) 1181III
: a gymnasium -- -- -- ---- --------
mode such a machine necessary. I traffic on the Seaboard Air 17 0. Anderaon fangs -.-. -- -- -_ ______________._-___ (ht.Oat. 1.i. 11124 Oct. 1. 1V 6oo.- 1000 *
for the men living In the build I* Lawu-y 8t... .n.----------. _.
Uank-----------------------____ __ m4OcU OeU 1. uus. 1600 7.51 '
7' West Palm Beach-Three dredge I way between Tampa Jacksonville and i ing.! The structure will cost between 1V t; E.: Ullrn r ---..-------- Mo..h.nt .- "" .- -_ .--.__________-____ 1, 1924JO OcUOcU 1. 10' 1.... SOD I.I* 1

Ueo. F. Vounn ...___ ...... ....... _
the east blocked -- iiiXmha'nt ._ OcU 1. U14 1. U 2> a.00 110 l j.
$ men employed on Lake Worth barges coast was yesterday $300,000 and $4000,000 which will be .1 GfrO' fr.: Younu ..u_____.______-__.__ Merahant -.. _"_ H __ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Ocu 1. 1D1I4JJ OcUOcu I. mail... a oo II,*

were in Good Samaritan Hospital today afternoon when the cross-bar of a i raised! by a private' bold issue. The Gus .. Young ---.-.-------..........- !Merchant .. -- .-. .. .. ...............__. O.U 1. 11)44 1. IUJD. ... 464 ass ,
burns car of an in-bound freight train broke I' i new concrete "boxon" which Is ..t Bank of Stark. --..-----.-_____- Banker.__ -_ ____.__________._..._ Ocl. I. IIIII4J4 Oct. I. 19a1l... 16.00 7 BOII !
suffering from received in I system J. M.vsrv. . ..... Ocl IUJ4 OcUOcU I I. 19JII__.. 4 ID
--- -- ------ Merchant .. .. .. ._ .. ............_._... 1. ;
Six
:
Mile Creek
a mysterious explosion aboard a near east of here. creating much favorable comment J6 Corpvlilntf: E a Drug Stew ......-.---. Drtnnilat .. -- .. .. -.-...--..--...-.. Oi-t I I. 19.4JO I. IHS___. 460 a ik
Members of the crew, riding in the en-' |throughout the United States will be J.: W' V\ hll. and Son -.-?------------ 6erchant.---------------------------- U.t. I. 19 '* OcUOct. 1. IUCO.r0U ana
this
dredge early morning. The men J. Y.: G: Hnllla5.wueth ..---------.---.- Nha HeMlr Shop-. .. I .._______.____ UcR '. 11124 1. 19211.._" 0.00 160 I
28 and J. K. Smith gino and caboose, escaped injury. The i used and Mr. Hodson. has made ..s. .... .. ._.. '
II. C. Miner 22, arrangements AeY/uer ----- -- Itarave- ._ ____ __.__ _-.t. 1. IY2/ OcU I IOcu 1. 1Y56 1000 1.11'
both of Jacksonville and Geo. Hatch.1' train was made up of about 35 cars, i for a demonstration as .u w. ,> -....---...--.-----.... i;;;;;;_ -._ u ;_- -______ii______nn;___IJll -__ 0..1. >. 1\124\ I IOct. I. .... 10,lit 5.10
l-orrf liaraife ID2t' I taI r
'' arewt. I. 1. 133610.0) ion
ins, 49. of Philadelphia, will recover,jail i heavily loaded. When the crossbar soon as the boxon forms arrive. 1>.. W. K.: Mhldl.-------------:; ; ihyilolan"I..IIIIIIIIIII._. OoU 1. UII4 Ocu !1. 1UJ811)15. .._. 10.00 '.00

physicians say. i i cracked trucks under the car JJ J. U Ihord 00------. ___u_.____ Merchant _. .. .. .. .. _._n_____.___.___ "''II.. 1Va4 OcU I. ) .. .. a.uo 1.60oc .
were released. The and .,,,"i>ver uro. .----------.---- I'hotinirauhert .. .. .. __ ________....... ** '. ""4 OcU 1OcU 15760.0) I.DO)
I'I car dropped ,> Cleurwater -Dr. Con C. Barth, who 114 II. U. MnM>n ._.-..-.-..........-....-.-- Mnroh.nt -_ __ __ _...____.____.__ Oi-U 1. .4Oru 1OrU ItfliS ... 4.60 I.U
Lakeland-Nathan Cauthon, Jr., plunged up the tracks for at least {in connected with the Esp.iri.tu SantoSprlr.gs al MI"i.oll. Uruti Store ----.-----------. l ivrne.i.e "_". __._._____...______ 1. 111.4Ocl 1. 1UlO ... 4.80 I.U
twelve-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. 100 feet. Six cars to the rear were | Sanitarium Harbor .l to J. C;. Mnnninv _.__n____.?-_-__ Merchant __ __ __ __ ____.__________ 1. IOU Oct.OcU. 1. 10761.10 I.U '
at Safety .i. City Harbor. Shop ...-.------------- ..!Jer....... .. ._ ... OcU; I. 1HH4OcU 1Oau 10U6___ a.oo 184"
Nathan P. Cauthon of Lakeland, was turned completely over and six olh- was severely stabbed during a disputeat 08 J. W. Morgan. ...-----------.-------. Mrrchant, ___ I, 111.4OeU 1. 1va6._._ 4.10 ana
"
.crushed to death here early this after- ors were derailed. the Seaboard depot in Safety Hur- dO N' btttinoery Merchant., "I n_ ----n.---J----.__ 1. 1U44 Out I IOcU 1 I. lVU'._. 1.10 in* I
; 41) t.hB. o..i.----.n--------- Murohnnt ----------U.,. I. 10.4 I 1. lV21_.__ 8.00 1.84
non when hia was caught between the bor with J. D. Bunch. Dr. Barth wa 41 Hil I----------------------\ -- Merchant, _________...__._ OcU 1. IV4I Oat 1OcU 1V26-___ '.60 1.116
rear wheel of a motor truck and a I St. Petersburg-A boy purse snat- brought the Plant I. O. L.: Miner ... -.-..........-..-. Merchant, ". ". ... ...u Ovlu IU.4 IOcU 1038._._ 8.00 1.84
to ---- -
Hospital hero 't. -- --- ------- -
telephone pole. The lad was assistingthe cher tonight obtained $100 in o. hand JI| If. Kass-W-: .. ...--.--------- Me""hK' _ .._____n_.________.______ 0.1. 1. 10.4 1, 1IKI6.._ 1.00 1....
where ho is reported in a critical con- 44 vv. ._?_...._..?____.__ Mamhant ____ ___._...._.__.____ t..... 1, 104 OcUOcU I, 111 1.... a.tiu 184
drive' in extricating the truck chocks when he relieved Mrs. II. ,ditio"-:. According to reports, Dr. 40 E,;, K. !',cry''nan ..___.__......__u__.. |1..."" ._ ____..n.n .____._________._ (hi. 1. U.4 1. IY56.-_ 10.110 '.04
I A. 713 4U >eWlu" C.: Jonea ... __. _..... .... (1. 1D.4IIM4 O.'t. I I. 1VU.__ '.DOUl6. '.0,)
from a mudhole in an alley when the Maxiner Fourth street north, B'.ith -- -- Merchant __________-__...__n._
Bunchm
and had some words 4, IJ\\,," C; Jbnr ..- _u..._...._____ Unlrrtaker A Emb.lmrr .. __....__.. 1).L I. ) Oot. I, IOt5.___ MD.IIO 1..BO
machine: suddenly reversed. of a purse Which she carried.! The boy, '.bout 46 .'. to'. S.II"np" ... IYYI Vet ._ .
I charges for hauling brick for ----- --- Merchant, ______ lute I. I IOcU I. JUI6 7.M .1S ,
---- --
who was apparently 12 years old, run Esipirtu; Santo 4U ttamuUm ...t.UII" .........---.--:-- Hnnkare ._ __._...____________ .Jtt.! I. IIIIt I. 11)116IUU6.... 18.00 1.."
Palatka-Governor John W. Martin | past !Mrs. !Maxiner snatched the development. The nr 6u 'K.: N iii fraver ------..---.---... h.-har -- .----------_.._.____________ o..t.. 1. 1VO. OcU 1. 1Vl6.___ 1.00) .84
purse irument led to blows and Bunch is fci 1. tlaaUl 7. lIIo..h.nt .. Uet Oct IOct. 1056...-. a.uo 184'
has accepted an invitation to be the : - ---------- ----- ----- 11. 1U
and after being chased for two blocksby alleged to have drawn knife uJ J. V. Join- .-__- "Mnrrhant _____. ___ Oo1- .. 1. ) ..-- 4.ma ...<
and in. -
a "
principal speaker at the Armistice a crowd of passers-by darted into b5 C. H G.lletl ..--..------.----------- ", ,,,.,h.nt -_________ u t. I I. IIiU OoUOoU I. 1M6_.. uo 184' 1
day exercises here it was announced''lln flicted several severe cut A warrantwas 61 L'u' John. --------. --------.----- JII"h..t, ___.________.__________._ (10,. I. 1VK4 I. IMS..._ a.oo 184
alley near the busincs section. A sworn out and Bunch wan arrest. 66 M.1'; l'h''Own ...-..------------- l>rti""bot ....___._.........._..____ Oct. 1, 1IU4 OoUOoU I, 111.6 ... LW 184
today by officials of Bon Hodge Post, complete description of the youth was ..d.t. ourueii' -------------- 1I1..ha..t _ .____________..,___ Oct. I, 11)114Out. I, 1056 --- U.OO 44
American Legion. It it planned to | given to police and is believed ed by Deputy Sheriff Strickland and ... Auto Inn ____:::: ::._.....-._..::=: nor. ,,. -_-_________._______.___.. I. IU.4Quick'1nnch" Ool.Ocl.. 1. 1055..._ 10.00 '.011))
| it that brought to Clearwater. Where he was 6H Km Uuurw* ___...-n-.. / __.__._____.____...._. U.- '. 1004 1. IV".. 6.00 IU4
make the day's celebration the great- Ian arrest wil be made. The purse con- 6u llamptun Naval btorva c-------- Turpentine llir-r .. .,.. .. Oct 1. "" OoU 1. 111.11. .._ ao.on 10.00
1 allowed to give $5,000 bond for his uppearance lie Mammon Naval Blum Co. ....... ----- l11" Dot 1 t. 1IU6 .._ xo.ou 10.00
est in the history of the local organ!- taiiied several checks several dif- -r- Tiiri>cniIn. Oi"r ti on before Judge nil'd. Oct. 20. ol Hampton Naval Jjtona Co. ......._._-- Merchant . .-. .. -. .-.-..-....-.-,-,-_-_ .,.,t. 1. 11)114OuU OcUOcU 1. 1I11Sn.! ..00 1.84
zation. ferent banks This was the first purse- In event Dr. Barth 64 lluntiiton Naval .buirea Co. ..._._..____ Morvhant . . I. IM4Ocl. / I. lUKS'II_ ..00 184
'I succumbs to his ad llrauioru County: Hank ._....... _.._. ---?------ I. IOU Ullt. 1. 10.0.1I'M.. ._ 16.00 7.84
snatching in the Sunshine this Hunker .. .......... ......... -
city
Dayton Beach: -:Mrs. John W. wounds. Bunch will be re-arrested *4 Utinnult iroe..ry ..... ______n........... "Merchant . .. .. -- Ocl. I. IU.4 Ool.OoU. I. ... 4 111 t.8
season. 06 Uruu ..... __...____.. ...... -------- I 11)114 1, ll6._._ too I:64
,; and returned jail. Bunch is bautt/ u l>rua..i.t .. .. _. ... 1.
Martin, the first"' lady of the state to said to Od J. 1>. Slanacll __._.._.................. Merchant, .. '. .n. .. .. ------------l._.._.... -. I I. IH.4oau 1101 1UUD ... ..Ill) 184" ,
has succumbed to the! international Tallahassee! ", -Purchase of a lot nest he a truck. driver employed by County 07 Smith a l...... __.____.____-....___. _... (I....... .. n. ...n I I. 1U.4 Ool.ouu. r. Ua6.._ 10.00 104 ,
I-fad of hair-bobbing. In other Commissioner Hackney ba 1'001.1... (l......." Cue ___.__..______...___ 1I1..h.nt -. '.. "..""..... .---00---. uut 1 I. IU2 1 1)56.100 180Ml' I
words the Florida State College for Women - - -----
ou 11 iI. Jahn ._______.__._._?_____n____ 1I.h.nt .. .. .... ..... V.t. 1 I. IM4 Oct. I 1. UUS.h. 1.10
r r she ha had her long tresses bobbed I by tho Epscopal diocese of Florid, I) it K.: U. Homlnsway ..n....____________ "Mxet MartVl" J .. --- -- UoL '. Iv" Iwo I. 1VII6._.. 500 II.IO

( This bit of interesting information for the erection of a building: fur students Gainesville--Engineer Thrasher ol .11 A. II. OrwnIt .n..nn.__..____._._____ MnrrhantMaShMl, "... -....... ::_---.--..-.- UotOBt. '. )""4 OcUI \V"S.n 0.00 1.14
--
-?- :
__ _.__..___.. _. .
A. M. Daruy ___. III" .. . 'I. IU24 ,.. I IYY6LM al
I was ,f'iven out by no less an indivi- of the institution has just the Stat Road Department, gives out .J U. 1.. 1'ruv.u ...._.....____________ Meal Ualr .... ....--.-..-..-. (jet. I I. "Hl4/ (lot. I' lUlD._. ..00 S4
dual than her noted husbn >':, Governor :been announced. $15,000 was paid for the Information that the opening or ,4 S. L. Alv.ru. ___....__.....__________ n..rb.Manhunt... --. -... ..... -- '**! I IOU Ocl IOcU IV"I.n a.oo 1.0* ,
i 16 Charlie ihoma. ........____________ -- ---------- Oot 'I.: t"14 1 10116.OcU ..._ 0,06 184 '
Little . ... .. .. ... .
; John W. :Martin of Florida who! the lot. It in Gandy bridge will take place ---- -
was started a stone'sthrow .b W. C:. Urban -...n______._.______._._ !Merchant ..... ... Out. 'L llu4 I' 1111111.. (..OilOaU 1.84
I attended the annual Kiwanis convention of the college. While not definitely -, some time between now and January 77 A. ;ft. Adaina ____.n____............. lawyer. ". '-. .". .-. -- ---- ".*. l' 111114 1 IUJH ... 10,00 ':s:
here The 1 and that 11)20 will .0 Southern Hull '1 lphona Co. --___.___ Trli.phonr 'I..-, ---:. :_: ::::::::::: ""*- I: llli" Ool. i: 11)116.at:
Thursday and Friday. decided upon as yet the buildingto soe it in first .:.11.1. K. baths ak (;0. ___.__.______....... tnmiranco Agents .. _-____.__ o.t. '. "J4out. .....t. I, ID.*. ... a.5.)
[ type of tHc! bob could not be lea.tioil. be erected will be a two-story oni. class condition for daily travel.! He an jIe.. Lmvia at l:'". ___._.........A.... lnell'..... Aicenta _. _d.__________________"____ 1, '10.. I I. 1UII6..._ ..10

The lower floor will be lined for social[ says the contractors will complete hi Uavla at t'. ?...._......-..-.-- lnmir.no. Aunnla ._ ___.-----____..-__.__. u.t. '. Ivat Out 1, UU6... 1.10
Sarasota-Airs.: K. L. Wilki is in n. J. U Uavia at ....- ........ Innoranca Auenta ....._............. '*". '. I.I lOUt 5.50
a purposed, with the upper to afford; their work of filling bridging and M .I. M.: l>avia 4 C.... ._::::::.....:...:.... l.r.nr. Arent.: :: :.... ... UnR 1- 1m gt;: IOoU : 1D.6IDlll:::: 80I
peerioua condition at the Halton Hospital -, housing accommendatoi3!: for relatives | grading in a short time and that by the 84 J. It. Davu a ....?_.____.....____n..._ Iniurance Auenta .. _-. -_--'--- --- "cu '. IUU I. ._._ 60 '
-
I today! as the result of severe time it 8D Inman a Kilahhli u..___________._____ lni.ur.nce Aa."'. _. .. -._-....... ""J- 'I. I UK Iat u.I.. 1D.6 .._. II.."
of the students. The house will be, is completed by the contract. .. _.._______.____.___ ___ 150
( Inmun a k..h Inruunss A..nte __.__._.._____.________ O.t. 1 I. IIIa4 OoU 1. luui
burns she received while attl'mptinU'to I placed in charge of a woman trained I ors will complete their woi k of filling 87 Innmli 41 toll ......___............... iiMuianee AY.nII _00_ .._______..______..._- Oot. 1. IVa4 OcU 1. 1 !I61D1I5..__ 864B4
pour gasoline into n lighted in tlm work of hancTHg She will bridging and grading in a short time Ho lentos at KiuihMiUh ..._._____....._..._.. Inaur.... Aa.,,". .. ......____.____.___ O.l- I. 4OuU OcU 1OoU ._. *.
heater the "cold I it. : : 8V Inman ......_......_....._. |ni.tirano. Agent. __ .._.... .. _.._______ I, 1UII4 1 1I I. lUI6..._ '.Sl&
gene during ape11"yesterday. adviso and the and that by the time it is __.___.._.______.______ IVII6_..: 164
csalat girls. A library: | completed UO liiinanVI 4> hitch Insurance Aunt. ._ ___._?_____.__.___.. Jot 1, 1VJ4Hi hit I.
[ '. The stove exploded, cov- and reading room will be maintained. ''by tho contractors the state will be u1 Innan a Rlteh .------...------...... insurance Aiienui ._ ____.._____ ._ __ ___ 0.. 1. 11124 Ool. I. 11IJI .._ *.I4
\f. H. Carraillna: i r"iT :: : : Oat. '. 103o.t.. 1Out. 1V.61UHI ID.OD Iuu
...
[ening her with blazing gasoline. Her While tho building will be primarily! ready to hardsurface it. Interlachei Uo L.: 11. ""i _____-__:_::::::::::::::::::: (Heal. K.UI: .Bnrk.r; ,; -- ---.-. --- -- 0"t }. lO" I --." 10.01)Itfat. 0.04S84

[ clothes and hair were afire when E. for EpiscopaliaN;, members of otVr gravel will be used on the road for 1)4 L. H. Hill ______..__.___.___._________ ln.ur.no. Au.nl ___:::::::H :::::::::::::: (WU: 1004 001l: 1055. :: :

'D. Courser, a neighbor hearing! the two 1)6 L. 111| H.I1 __.___u__.______._._._____ ln.uranca Agent __n_._._________..______ J'cu 1. Iv..4 Ocl. IOoU llt.lIIII
dcnom': [detonation, rushed into the house advantage of the faciM': en offered.St. I l sell before tho asphalt can be applied, 07 J. W. Uoblnion .u__.......____.______ Undertaker . ..-_.-_..___--_.__ ()..t. 1. 11)114IIS ("'I. IOoU ..._ 18.00 7.64
and extinguished the blaze with a [ said Mr. Thrasher. Little Mr., a. B.: Jone _.___._____._______ Mordant __ ______._._____.___________.___. Out. I. UV4Ul I. 1VKB..__ *.(50! 164
(blanket. Physicians said the Gundy willcnnnoet ) H. J. J. Markva __._____............_ Manthant . _____.._..__._..__..____ pot- I. IV24 (J.' I, 1DKI..__ 1,01) .6"
: woman Augustine-According to news i Gainesville with the new Ocala Illllbtarka Tvlnphon Co. __.___....-..____. T.lnphon. UilalneM ..--....______..___.___. 0." I. l l(4IU1 OoU 1. IU.8..._ 11,0(1( 1.00
|has a alight chance to recover. received here L.1.: Harrison of ( road, and thus avoid the bad It. A. jraen ..._._.__...-.....-...-_ lawyer _- __ '-. ._ .._.-._._.__.______..... Out. I. IVU4 Ool. 1. 1D.I... 10.00 '.00

Mianut Thomaston Ga., who was found deadun I Htretc'i that has confronted: touris'ji'
Beach Three narrowlyeSCRlX'
1 death when the men seaplane in the Fort g-een here at an early for a long time. It is the new bridge R..|>orl uf Uoanaca 'baud by the Tax C.II..otur, UradforJ COllnl,. duplicates of whl.h hnva bwii Clled.with th,, C..unll.Iud... )
hour Sunday morning belonging to aprom'nent i that hr., been under couizo of con- for tho period "bridnnlnv on the first day ot Nov.mbor. A. U. 1U.4 and ending on the .Dili day of Nov.mUr.. A. D. UH4. '.
which they flying low the
were over
Georgia family. His brotheris trurtinn< for months acinss Pained ---
steamship H. F. Alexander crashed
mayor of Thomason. A sister i Prairie end is a beautiful piere of; Llceno. TO WHOM CltASTtl FOK WHAT PUkl'liSB I'LKIOU Of l.lC'rJSHal Total Aait. Due
" own into the Atlantic ocean t.1lsInorr.lnl :Mrs. Gilbert Y. Lowe lives in Wash. co wtruction work. 1'00.' I'rom When 'r* Whan II..,. tountyOut.

(. The men were Cal Latham, '
4,1, Ington, Ga. The boyd was sent this IO: Mi.*. J. L. John .... --...______ Merchant . _____._______________ I, ll)'"4 Oau 1, IDlll.._ 1.00 S..*
Commercial flyer; II. S. Willoughby, ofternon to the former home of the> Deland J. A. loa L. D. Taylor ........___-._.-____ Uarbar. ._..._.__......_.._._.. ".1' l. Iba Oct 1, IU26.... 1.00 ...
rh, newspaper photographer and Alfred deceased. Mr. Tigginbotham Is dead hH b.1r.. 111_., ....-.....__.......__..-_ Rut lutal Broker. .. ......--.---._...... 00I., 10114. Clot. I, IIM*..._ tutu 1.1
tO. Wickam The Harrison died from natural and authorities are working in posses, lUB W. M. Uorait .. _. .._ .hn_____.___ 'lurpaallna Operator ._.......__. _n__ .___ Oct. I, UII4 Out 1, llUft.. 46.00 17.B
newspaper mnn. I causes it was declared following r 'searching. the for ton Urion Cove k'urnltur Co. .___....___.... Merchant. Ocl. I. 111114 OaU 1, IIKI.__ I.M 184
ijblane was taking part in "welcome 'an examination, death being due to> known country Art Davis 107 K. U. John. ..______________.--._....__ Meat .Uealur. ---...----,----- 00$ I, 1V.4 OuU I. lU-iO._ 8.00 I..51ktport
,, I I,to Miami" for the II. F. Alexander, I heart trouble as "The Bear, whom they .
caused from
being gashed charge with his
t' !Which has just ben put into service during the world death in the outbreak of LloenMa "Issued b, the Tax Collaolor. UradforJ County dupIloaU. of .hloh have .ban flWI) with the Oounly JuU.a
,JetweenIalma! and New York. The I disabled !veteran of war.the Papers of a | of a long liquor fu.-' The death of for the' perwa banning. on the that day 01 Iwrambar. A. U. lv.4, silt .num. on the 81.... day Ifroamhar.. A. O. l. 4._
world waranti :
Higginbotham
i according to officers
plane was completely wrecked. None
J!pS the men a membership of the American Ie- occurred after federal and county officers LI...... TO WHOM CKANTbU: bit WHAT PUKPOSU From vih.ii fo When Taul) A... Da.
was injured beyond slight
a !:ion, made it possible for authoritieshere > visited the 1'00. l-blllOl Of LltKNBK' : atla tUuiuy.Merchant
Tomoka
ise section .
Ip and scratches.BradentonAmong. .
him --- --- -- -- -- -
to identify without --
trouble, northwest of
;:;;; and notify the relatives. Harrison haJJURI' I Ormond, Wednesday and 10S 1'. M. Gel..or. _...______________. .. .._u__________.... Oct. 1, lim OaU 1. hwJ6.-I _. 1.09 S.111
the building confiscated five stills one of which IOU J. H bevu A Co _____.._..____..___.\.n'. '" Iwurance __ _____-.____________._ Uo' I. 1504 lNL 1. 1326.--_ ..1''#
permits come to St. Augustine he having: belonged .
issued Monday from the of- to Davis and a quantity -- --------

ilce of the city clerk was that taken spent the previous night in Jackjon.ville. of mash. Followhig' the raid, according moors" of issued by th. Tax Collector Bradford County, dupllcatea of whloli haw busty" Iliad with the County ..JuU.<* I

fit by the Artley company to erect I to officials Davis appeared at for tneperlod .bcSiSnm" on th. fir. day of Januar'y. A. It. I.Jo and, anUin. on the l.t. tiny of January. A. U. 1V.6 _
-- ----

a|cement block, brick and frame I I Palatka-Thompson and More of Wilmington ,'Higginbotham's home, and accused. Llc...... TO WUOM WIANTBU' I'OK WHAT PUHPO8B t-LKIUD Of LKENdK Tell A.l. Oa.

'building,; on Jefferson avenue at the DH.. experienced growers| him of giving Information to the raid- No. d ? MM frroin When 1. When II''.'. County

Atlantic Coast Line railway to be the of Mushrooms, after several of ers. As near as can be learned, a ------- --- -

{future homeof the Western Florida I'I years 'quarrel followed, during which Davis 110 The 8hrlv.r Co. ____...._....._____ vw h.n t .. -.._.___..._____.._OoU 1, Iua. Oct. 1. IV..6..._ 410 1.2& 1
experimenting in i
lie and Ice Cream The Florida as to the is alleged to have 111 Columnar Ijumbcr (,0. ___....._.....w.M"m...' Uvalur .._.______._____..OcU I, Iv.4 ...... I, 11)\ ..6._.. 16.00 la.6'1
corporation. possibilities of growing mushrooma fired two shots at I1J 11. U. Alderman -..____..._.--.___ Mvrohant 1, lVU Oi>U I, 1M 6.... ...0 |.''u
fstructure will be erected at a cost of for commercial purposes hav decidedto i Higginbotham, both taking effect. Af. -
'
,$$ .OOO. The permits for Monday toestaled go into the business on a large ter the shooting Davis! is. said to Roper. uC Li..no.. issued. hv tbS Urailford County, dupllaaUtt of whlah kavv .be.n tilt with tha County JuJye. ,

$27,.;00. scale on land purchased for the pure have escaped to the woods. coatloss ,,r I hll ...rlod .........UD" ua U.. trial diy! .ftJJir.r A. u. ID.. and ndmn on the ..th. da, of -.l.ur.r, A. O.. IUHO.. ,
-- ----
? 3uinesvillo} -Fire at an early hour pose immediately south of the city; and the barefooted.father of Luther J. A. Hiirginbotham is Llc..... TU WUOM G.tAN'iKO: fOK WHAT PVkl")1I1I 1'ICKIoII\ OK 1.ICRNDK WI Aa.u I)..

'..till! morinnK completely destroyed' the limits. Construction of two buildings( Iligginbotham No. _. fluin When t. NbrnState tountrnit
fifty by twenty each will be started who is being/ held for the grand jury, - -- -- ---
mill! this owned B. O. -- --- -
;crate city, by immediately and it Is expected to have charged with the murder of Millard w. tuuer ....._______ i.uncb Bland ___...__..__._________0... 1. 11)114 (Mt. 1. IV.6\ ... MO 11.64Ual
'Fifanklin of Micanopy, and J. L. Bal. Palatka mushrooms ( 'Minchew in the Tomoka section! early Ill J. L). II....... _.._._________. .. (waiar -_.................-out. i. IV.4 OoU l, iv.&... '.110 500Itbwrt ..

12entlne. of this city. Damages were estttnated grow ready forthe the __________ _'_ _m__
on of
May 25.: Higgin-
at $25OOU, $10.000 which was Christmas market. The daily cut morning/ 01 L""'._ 'n.ued by Ta. Collector. Uru.lforJ County duplleau of whim. hava l...n fllart with the County ...u..<.
covered by insurance. The blaze was will "start, with aJout 200 pounds per botham at a preliminary hearing June for tin' ieriut .....Ian'n... oa the fir-t day vI Mil,.*.! A. l>. 1\1\ 6, and .nq..i on th. *i+t. oay of .lar.b. A. O. !..$. I Iisi.

.OYi. of the most spectacular ever seen day and increased as rapidly as more j 16 udmited the shooting, but claimed -- --

buildings are erected. Secretary'i he had killed Minchew in self defense WHOM CUANTLU; tOK WHAT PUUfOHIC: Lie: County
TO WwalOllTfb'
.inthis city T. E. Connor aged/ man .... ....
Chester of The death of Minchew also be- ... Fwm Hken aiai. County
the Palatka Chamber of was NO. *
;
_.
Jlrirlg in a room at the null, was -

saved by a negro night watchman Commerce who secured thin new Industry lieved to have been the result of a .----Oraan -. _--. __-_-________________..Mlnalral Show ____..__...__--_______M.l>. 5. I)W On. Uy Only ...00 U.60

whd had pnnched all of the watch-- for Palatka, states that it has, qiu.r'-cl over tiquor-maklr.g. Sheriff Hi dilaa t;.. Sltiakland, . ____.__________Morahant __ ___.__._-____._____IH.h. 6. 1)155 Oau I, W.J___ i.WI 164
always been contended ltS. E. Stone said, and followed a raidon tic' Pony Show -- ____....._______> .". 6. 1U6 0... ., only___ 11.00 t.)
clocks about ten minutes before he dis. by Northern I II .. .r._ ___ _________M.h. ... lOSS\
Higeinbotham place Ea7laU\luna-.I .._:..__--_______..am.ll Show, .l -- Ond a, only 1.00 T.W i'of
that by of Iia
a mass of flames. experts mushrooms could not be county __ __" __n. __
grown successfully in Florida but ''ficcrs. About two weeks after he was -- dup/lo./ of whlun b... buss filed) with
Dcoverytona-Walter: .. Llconer .I..u.d by the T.x Coliwbr 1..8111..01 Counl", 1h. County Jud.Odu
Johimon Wash that Mr. Thompson by actual expert) .incarcerated. Iligginbotham was mar. U 1'-,.'""poriud Iwgm.ing OD U.. Ant day at ApnL A. 11. IV26. sod uWns. Oa the $1)W dsy .t Apr11iA. U. 1386--- a

ington' Bib Train arrived in Daytona ment has proved that they can be suc- tied in his cell. According to Sheriff .

jtxrolsfht to take up his Winter resil cessfully grown here. Stone, Davis has been a periodic d.f- Wutal TO WHoM OttAMfcU' VU1& WHAt PUKCOSHfrail Eaip: uu Of" U(,KNbh" ...1 Ami. IJ.. I
ficulties ... To Whin" ..I... C.unlrlilt
hero with the -
.
well two Higginbothanu.
nte as as to manage onerot 1'00. ._ .
Tallahassee --- ---- ---- -
the two major league all star team -Governor John W. --
Martin received token from I1 All ex-Navy anti Mnnne men of ________ Mlnatral Show -- ..---..-----.--- Apr. I. loss Apr. 1. 1926__. U.OO 7,60 i
a friend Shatter
which are to battle here Thursday and a I' J. W. _______ M.wh.nt ---.-"--- Apr. 0. 1U.6 ,....1. I, U.6___ 1.10 .U
Friday for the benefit of the local post vhich he prizes very highly. The gift t' mpa ai.d vicinity: have been re 1M Jaa. M.Lana-. -- Merchant .- ---.- ... Apr. 1). lu.l Oat 1, 1\I\ .6.... ...,* .1'

;Jofithe American comes from Arthur I Zeigler, Winter I quests 1 to meet in the American Legion Ul d Ja W.Muaier...."...10 -------_u Inauranc. .. -. 1. IIU4 OcU 1. 1M...._ 1.0" 1
Legion. lIe Ul -
was ac-
10.; __ Vaudivllla Show ------------ Apr.an, 19UI Apr. ao iu.i_ io. 0)UuU ) 6.00
eorapcnied on a motor trip from Wash. haven, and is in the form of a repeat i rooms in Tampa Bay Casino in Ona Wllllaina Comedy* Son ________ Merohaot -*.-..-' ------- Apr. 27, liul I. 16,, __ l. 4Ocu '
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"teuton by A. L. Schacht inimitable ing rifle which the donor claims he evening, at S OrClock. Several U4 J W.L.'J. Uiiuunu _____ __ _____ $.nmwLUwr-M.rrow -.------------- Apr. V7, 1U<6OcU 1. IVII6__. ..00 a.lo 7
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f @CStIDfJD( a visit to Vienna, Austria. A letter U. K. M. Smith *_ .__H 1u.,..",,". Up.rator. -- --- ".t. 1, 1.44O.U Ocu I. 11)46 .COM .Q.u"

accompanied the gift In which Mr. I Stop a Cough Quick I"S K. II Smith smith. .__- -___-____.______ Mvrahanl .- -....- --- I, IU44 OcU 1. IMa.._ ltd S.I""
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Zeigler states that he pondered ovr take HAYES HEALING HONEY a 140 C. A. Smith *. eo.Cu.----______Merahanl .. ---------- 1, 11)41 Ocu. i, IV..$.... a.Oct. L10

And a Foil Line ofl' the etiquette of governors and firearms I cough medicine which stops the cough by 131.' C. .A.\. Smith Smith 4t a. CA.: _-.- ____...._____ Turpentm. Operator -- -------- bat I. 11)44OcU i. 11146...-10.00 11.0"
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UndtrtakT' Smfplitt for three months before he beating the Inflamed and irritated tissue Ul C:. A. SoMth, Co. -- ---

l' bumped Into a friend who said he A box of GROVE'S OPEN-TRATE Tee CaIis.WR Bradford County duiillaatea of whlah have bean filed wlta the County Jiida.
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AUTOMOBILE HEARSE would be perfectly safe in disposing 3ALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and oP"t 01 Llwusr bo..lnnl".. Wwd. oa the br fln d.Y 01 Hay A. U 1346. anoJ uJ155 00 tM 10lb dar u' May. A. O. U2' +
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chief executive without HEALING HONEY The salve FOB WHAT PtKPOSB fgllKil' UJ' ,.u......" T.... Art Da. 7
vita at the lowest pricai Special arousing the should be rubbed on the chest and throat LI cense TO WUOM CKANTCD freel Hk.a T* When Hal. "'..."

ttcntoa to telegraph or- suspicions of that gentleman. Governor of children suffering from a Cold or Croup: N.' .

..no Registered EmbaJsMtr. Martin proudly displayed the rifle The Healln* effect or HayaV Kralln Honey In- Ro.I...... BaUaman ---......... OovTContiauad .. IOU Oct I, "'1111._. 10 1.14
which ia a alxteen..ahot automatic, and .hJa the throat eomblnxi with the hr.lina.effect, ol 114 O. M. Inmait -- ---- lc..al fceiata. ..ke- Apr. 1, JVlII 001 I. 10' './) 81
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Dcwrrr very beautifully machined. The giver .b* ikln aoon alopa a ooash. U. Wn. 8apl lea Maaufatumr .. .. (Jot 1. lv/4 Oe __ ...
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Friday.Mr.. .Dave Dukes of Alachua, was a

I >ad' visitor over here Sunday morning. I Church Services I

T. P. Pinholster attended the union -
meeting Sardis church last Sun 0t
day.Raiford trill Mill II II I HIM Ml i

I Brannen of Lake Butler was METHODIST

friends here Sunday after
among Sunday school at 10:00: a. m. Morning i t ,,_L __.. ". ,, ._. cC'' .0. _
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\ d' J'IIOHCS U IIncl IOU I noon.Mr.. and Mrs. V. Russ had as guest worship and sermon by the pas I
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s Sunday, Mr. Joe Padgett and familyof ,tor at 11:00 a. m. Sunday eveningat j I you can make, shipments -
- I Theressa.Mrs. i Epworth League

MRS. EASTMAN=, ENTERTAINS=, =, satin A collar of blue fur was Usedon I L. A. Brown and Miss Eunice 7:00 o'clock. Preaching: service at Direct to
j CIKCLE the oat. Her' smart chapeau of lIazen were visitors to Starke on Sunday :7:45: p. m.Prayer i
I brown velour was trimmed with touches afternoon.Mrs. I meeting and choir practice

The circle meeting! of the Baptist of gold. A corsage of orchids and D. W. Hazen returned here to :Wednesday evening at 7:45. points on the linesof
t\ missionary society met Monday afternoon hllies of the valley completed her I i I Rev. C. F. Staraes, pastor of North
her home after two weeks visit at
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at the home of 1<1.... L. H. East costume. 1 Walnut St. Methodist church. the Southeastern
Tampa, Center Hill and Avon Park. I
\ man. Ushering. were James C. Adkins, She her !1
was accompanied home by
: Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, circle leader', Bill Gray and Joe Hubbard of St. daughter-in-law.: Mrs. B, F. Hazen I'! PRESBYTERIANRegular Express Company.
conducted the devotional service and
Petersburg. j
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was assisted by Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, Carl be held Sun
Mr. Roane was attended by i services:: will
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks of
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5 5a of Lakeland. The subject of the afternoon' "- Puckett of Tampa as best man. j, Starke, spent the week end here at day. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Route your Shipmentsthe
4 lesion wan "Personal! Service. ;, The bride's mother, Mrs. W. II. Ed-i their home. Preaching at 11:00: a. m., and 7:30p. :
During the business session Mrs. G. wards was gowned in black Elizaj j i m. by the pastor.
i 'J \\'. Alderman was elected circle secretary beth crepe, with trimmings of pan C. J. Mott, who Was on the sick !Mid-Week Prayer Service 7:30: Wed fastest wayBy
and Mrs. R. A. Newsoro was i'list last week is much improved at this
velvet. Her hat black satin was trim. nesday night. A cordial invitation to
elected circle treasurer. Plana were med with a feather fancy. writing.Mr. all the above services..
made for entertaining the Assodat Jim Crews of Bradford section,
the Subject of Morning Sermon is"Sear
Immediately following cere- fir
tlon which meets in Starke Friday, is here visiting his daughter and son- "
Mr. and Mrs. Roane left 'The Line. 1fiP ]
on
,h Saturday and Sunday. The hour for their mony wedding trip keeping their des- In-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Calson. The evening subject will be "The
I the circle meetings was changed to tination secret. Wilson Russ was a visitor to Hampton I Power of The Purse."
8:00: ) o'clock. Friday aftemon. ,
i :; An hour wan spent with sewing em.J I Mrs. Roane as Miss Edwards has Mrs. C. A. Ingram: of Ocala is here ST. MARK'SSt.

J broidering and pleasant been one of Gainesville's most popular visiting her sister, Mrs. E. T. Stewart |

I i' after which the hostess,conversatlon// society girls. She is a talented musician P. A. Crosby was a visitor to Starke I Mark's Episcopal church: Sun- J

j d :Mrs. P. M. Barfefoot, and a former student of Wesleyan last Friday. I j day services at 11:00 a. m.

1 \ wishes, pickle and fruit punch. College in Macon, CM. E. T. Stewart I is on the sick list this I
t Mr. Roane is a graduate lawyer of week.J. I BAPTIST

,, ROA EEfWARDS WEDDING I Woodford College, Spartanburg, S. C.Mr W. L. Pinholster, Miser Tolcido Sunday S'hoo1-10:00: A. M. \

and Mrs. Roane wil reside in Gainey and Josephine Chesser attend. ': Health apd Temperance'' Service marking your express shipments via Southeastern Eipreba -
The First Methodist Church was the Tampa where Mr. Roane is connected ed the annual meeting at Sardis church 11:00: A. M. and indicating the transfer point. you can secure fast,
scene of one of the most beautiful with the Puckett Realty Co.: \ last Saturday. Sermon-"A Redemptive: Slogan for direct service to points on the lines of the Southeastern. ETpreis .

,3 weddings of the fall season yesterday Included among the out of town I I Murphy Byrd'of Tampa, was here' Bradford County." Company.For .

l at 6 o'clock in the evening when Miss guests at the wedding were Mr. and greeting friends last Saturday morning ,, Evening WOl'lOhlp.-7:30: P. :M. further Information relative to routing arid methods of
Mabel Edwards, the youngest daughter Mrs. Jack Briggs of Jacksonville\ i :. j 1 Sermon-"The Hands of Jesus" indicating transfer point, address. -
I t'' of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Edwards Mrs. Anna Barrett of Jacksonville, a I Mr. C. A. Williams, Misses Arden { B. Y. P. U. 6:30: P. M.
; and Leroy L. Roane of Tampa, were sister of the bride, Mrs. W. Laurie Brown, Lillie Mae Anderson and Ruth Prayer Meeting Wednesday' 7:30.: a--itnaaitern Express Company
married by Dr. W. A. Cooper, pastor Edwards of Jacksonville, Edward E.I I 'Smith, pt-rt of the school faculty were | Always good music and song. Jacksonville Florida
I i of the church, in the presence of a Edwards, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, ': visitors to Starke on Saturday after- '' You are cordially invited!

I large number of relatives and friend*. Mrs. Biggs, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, noon. .'
a DeWItt Jones Mr. and Mrs. L.lirs'l R. E. Hazen of Waldo here visiting SOUTHEASTERNExpress
Hot house ferns, yellow chrys&nth" was Dearest loved one, thou hast left us.
mums, butterfly fillies, and asparagus Davis of Starke and Mrs. W. R. Johns, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. j I And thy loss we deeply feel
1 ferns were used in the decorations of Allendale, S. C.-Gainesville Sun, Hazen, last Friday. I But 'tis God who hast bereft us,

II which were alt effective background October 24. I Ames Brannun of Lake Butler, wag He can all our sorrows heal. ,

i 1 I for the wedding party. An i'a visitor here Saturday afternoon. j +
Interlacement of asparagus fern used MISS ALVEKEZ ENTERTAINS AT L. R. Gainey had a Kohler light We shall sleep but not forever Conapaiiy

on the chancel rail was also a decorative ORANGE/ND BLACK TEA ROOM 1 ,i and power plant installed in his home There will be a glorious dawn, /

,fl, touch between rows of 1igh' tapers in silver holders.! On cither Miss Aileen Alvarez delightfully entertained ,adds much to the looks of our town. On tie: resurrection m, rn. A friend. __ D_._ _
.. ,' 1, side tall French baskets contained the afternoon bridge club i Walter S. Wills of Tampa, was a ,
h Wednesday from three to six, at the
|busines! visitor after1noon. I
here Saturday
yellow chrysanthemums and fern Lucian Thomas spent Saturday in
Orange and Black Tea Room. Orange
'I, while at both sidcsof the altar silver |in Gainesvile and attended: the foot-
colored autumn flowers were used for i ideuoration :Mrs. I. W. Pinholster and
candlesticks held lighted tapers. Arch- | daughter- ball game between Gainesville and ,
1 ett of bamboo were placed at the aisles. and the Hallowe'en idea j in-law, Mrs. Guy Pinholster and baby North Carolina.!
II \ was prettily carried out in detail. ,of Tampa were here last Friday, Saturday
t While the wedding guests were assembling Mrs. F. L. Turner Mrs. Lester Kite was! a visitor to :(
I Mrs. Guilbert Younglove, won first prize, j and Sunday visiting friends andrlntives '
I Gainesville, Thursday.
n linen bouffrt set, while Mrs. N.I, ,
j t, : organist Prof. Hankins, organist and Sternberg made low and consoled 1 'i E. D. Jores has returned to Wildwood -
: f Mrs. Jack Briggs' of Jacksonville, a with handkerchief. was j r Mr.:and Mrs. N. E. Baxter of Tam. after spending several weeks I
a
Il' r. sister of the bride rendered a program Salted pa, were called here last Friday to attend here with his mother, Mrs. S. E. Jones. ,
nuts were served during tile
)I of wedding music.Mrs. and the funeral of the latter's mother Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Kir.g of Quit- ,
after the
game
Younglove was gowned in a sented the tables prizes covered were with pre Mrs. Fred Conerlyfl Mrs. Baxter man, Ga., were called here Thursday '
frock of dove grey chiffon with which linen net of Hallowe'en were design. The de.a will stay here a' few days. 0:1 account of the death of her

I was worn a picture hat of lavendertrimmed licious salted course served consisted | Mrs. Buleau Stephens of Alauchua, nephew, Marks Prescott.
with a slash. bow of purple ,,was a visitor over here Saturday af i
of fruit salad in apple cups, jack-o- I 18Mei ,
} velvet. ternoon.
I late I| ST. :MARES CHURCH
:n sandwiches pemento cheese in Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas and children
Mrs. Brigg's gown of wine color
; ) cut velvet was combined with georgette. the form of raddishes, and, hot choco- of near LaCrosse, were in Town The service for next Sunday whichis ''

<. Tier close fitting hat made late.Miss j Saturday afternoon. All Saints Day- will be at 11:00:
(' with unturned brim was fashioned< of Alvarez' guest: were MesdumrsF. : Mr. Lee Harrell of Jacksonville wasa A. M. Adams Won Fame
L. Turner, O. L. Haynes, J. L. Peek,
1 'I satin and gold: lace. visitor here last Saturday. The observance of various days of &&$
A. Z. Adkins
E. Johns
M. L. Wyman,
Miss Edwards' only attendantswere Gassy Atkinson made a business> the Christian Year was not deliberately $ .> *&
\ her sister, Mrs. James C. Adkins, M. Sternberg, G. M. Inman, O. L. trip to Long Bridge, last Saturday made but was of gradual growth. As a Financier pr t ta'
RcHsley) D. I. Aimee and Herbert C. \
f I matron of honor, and :Miss Mary Ritch. night.: The first days to be observed witnessed -
Parker :Me Craw, maid of honor. 1 ;Mrs. E. J. Ward and son, Delbert, to the great events of our Lord's "
,t Mrs.! Adkins' beautiful gown of yellow :Mrs M. P. Matheny and son Emra, life, but as one after another gave up John Adams, second president ol tbe

rl I tl t ,i chiffon worn over rose georgette BKOOKEK motored to New River Saturday night their lives for His sake the anniver- United States, woo fame as a financier

I r : I was elaborately beaded in brilliants. Mr. P. E. Canova, Sr., of Starke, They were accompanied back home sary of their martyrdom was commem r't when be borrowed. S2.000.000 from Hoi* t,
The skirt was made with the circural was a visitor here one day last week. by Mr.' E. J. Ward, who will spend a orated in the church. As each one could I, land. .
i godet effect falling full from waist. Josephine Chesser spent last Thursday few days here. not have special day it became the
: line to the hem. Her picture hat was in Starke, while there she had 1 Miss Virginia Colson, of the Pine custom of observing a day to honor all He was a firm believer In banking.

r i I of silver cloth. She carried an arm some dental work done. Hill section spent the week end here the faithful departed and as such has Every man who hopes to be a success
it ,I bouquet of yellow chryanthemums. Mr. Hiram Wasden. of Graham was with her aunt, Mrs. G. B. Calson. been considered dear' by the saints
i'j from the early days. in life bas a bank account ,,
; Miss McCraw's beaded robe of oyster ,'j..itinlfriend". : here last Thursday.
\I \ white was made on a sleeveless Turner Brooker of Waldo, was here : Death of Mrs.! Fred Conerly By a strange preservation the eve Of Make up your mind to place a certain
Our
1t I f model with round neck. The crystal last week community was shocked to hear this holy day is observed in an opposite '
1 : one day visiting friends and amount of business income
and white, beads. which covered the relatives. of the sudden death of Mrs. Fred Con- In an opposite manner from its I! your profits or ,
erly, which occurred at her' home, original commemoration. k4 in the bank.
georgette formed a fold at the hem L. R. Gainey was a visitor to Starke, ;
\ line. Her picture hat of pink horshair last near LaCrosse, early Thursday morn- We invite
I I Wednesday.Mrs. an Inspection of our banking
ing. Mrs.
Conerly appeared to be well I i
braid wan trimmed with pink oyster Millie Gainey left Friday for.,' I! GRAHAM methods.Bradford.
,1 [on Wednesday evening, but the death ,
flowers 'I I
tips. Her also
: t were yellow Plant City where she will spend sometime angel visited their home about 4:30 V
4 ''I i chysanthemunw. i I If with her son, E. S. Gainey. o'clock and took from them the devoted : I Ernest McKinney of Sampson City |

f ,. '1 l The bride who was given In marriage Mrs. A. J. PinhoUter is on the sick' wife and\ mother. She leaves was a visitor here Sunday. I I
; i by her brother' W. H. Edwards 1 1I list this week. j to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dyal and chil- '
mourn her death a devoted husband''
I "t presented an attractive picture in her Mr. Elec Lewis of Lakeland was';and nine children besides host of dren of High Springs, were here i County BankBradford
a
1 [ smart ensemble suit of cuckoo brown 1 here with friends and relatives last 'friends. j Monday.J. '
; i I velour. The dress made on straight 'week. i I II : W. Lewis of Ziff, spent Monday !

f ( lines was faslj'oned of crepe back Mrs. S. M. Mot and children of this 1 -SAMPSON- CITY here. I County' financial Stronghold

I u I Walter Youngblood! of St. Augustineand Eatabliahed 1889 STARKE, FLA.
i Death of Marks Prescott Lausin Youngblood, of Louise, I .
I >B' oaoc= xocaoc xonoi= rorno, I I Every one in this community was were business visitors hete Monday. ,

I o 0 made sad Thursday when news came John Strickland and children of --

o I that Marks Prescott, eldest child of Sapp Station spent a few days last f
a
o WANTED I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Prescott had passed week with his brother, Eliga Strick- GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

j away: and that afternoon at one o' land i
iieHp clock in Gainesville at the home of Miss Ruby Dyal has returned home &. RITCH

'Mrs. Annie Petett. Marks fell several after a visit to Wauchula, Fla. REPRESENT' TilE BEST LEADING

.I weeks ago breaking his arm, blood We are glad to report that Mrs. C. INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE.
0 poiain set in and later he was moved B. Roberts is some better at this writ j ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE
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,+ L y o pO closer' to medical aid. Every thing possible I ing. I BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
done :Jars Dewey Strickland and childrenof ,
.p was to prolong: his life. But I
God knew best Mulberry, are spending this week i i inun MADE PROMPTLY
and took him home
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Small where thetr is no more suffering andpain. tier parents.Mr.
Improved Farms Seemingly it was an untimely and :Mrs. O. W. Dyal were visitors -

I death, but God rules all and makethno to Starke, Thursday.
mistakes in what he permits to be I H. B. Brown of Sampson City wasa fessional visitor here How Doctors
Treat
o done. visitor Mrs. W. H. Harrell and
He will not put more on us here Tuesday. I I
O' andAcreage D than h* is able to help us bear. Markswas were visitors to LaCrosse,
0 o I born at Beaker, December 24, I BRADFORD ternon. Colds and the Flu

; i 0 1913. He was quite gentle and an Mrs. Dave Dukes of Alachua, spent I Mr. and Mrs. Joe
n obedient child, he was i favorite with Crosse were the guests of I
the week end here with friends and :
To break ,
City cold ucht
a over or
I : o his relatives as well as with! his schoo 1 relatives. I i relatives here Sunday. to cut: short up an attack of grippe, Influenza
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[ I mates. His life promised to be great ,j O. W. Barry motored over to Al 1 Malcolm Harrell and sore throat 01 tonsillitis, physician
t and useful. W. can not call him bac* achua, Saturday. rell were visitors to I and drug'.;iaLa are now recommending
but By the grace of God can go: where i| Bob Brooker of Waldo, spent the nrday. Calotabs, the purified and
S II Propery Listings he i in. We weep but not like those whi i{I week end here with his parents, Mr. Fred. Conerly of refined calcn 1.el compound tablet thatnvos
< the effects of calomel and
have no hope. you
Rill Mrs. John Brooker.Mr. truest of his brother I
-alts combined without !
the
1. I le was laid to rest Friday in the and Mrs C. J. Crews were visitors Saturday afternoon.Mr. S' effects: : of either. ur.pleas-

0 0 Brown cemetery near here at three to Brooker Saturday afternoon. '. Leon Conerly of I, On9 or two Culotabs at bed-time-
: 0 0 o'clock. Rev. Crosby had charge of the Lee Han-oil and W. II. Harrell Beach, was the guest of with a swallow of water. -that's all.
| funeral which took place at the !grave were visitors to .Jacksonville, last Friday relatives here Saturday ,11110 .alts, no nat:ea nor tho slightest
_ The funeral was very touching and I and Saturday.Mr. Lee Harrel and W. H. .terference with your entfn?. work
: appropriate. The flower offering* Dave Dukes of Alachua, wasa visitors to Gainesville 'l"I(,r pleasure. Next morning your coM
/I E. M. THOMAS fi were profuse and beautiful. A large visitor here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rand / I .e:', TarJskcrf. your system is thor- i

l + crowd gathered: to show their last I I Lloyd Johns of Pine Hill, was the guests: of Mr. and Mrs. John fine- ""Mpurified with: '; land you are feeling
t t.W token of love and : a hearty apoetite for breakfast -
We
respect. tender
i truest of friends and relatives here Brooker, Sunday.Mr. Eat what pl..se--tlo dan-
our deepest you
sympathy to his sorrowing I .
STARKE Sunday. and Mrs. A. A. "
q loved glorious one, Joining with them in that ,f l\Ir Alice Oliver of Pine HOT was a icon I I Ernest spent the ger.Get& family package containing
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ono. hope of a happy reunion in' visitor here Saturday afternoon. friends and relatives at Ml directions, only; 85 cent At any

:y iMa onoO OOao> oa aIt the house not made with hands. I I I Dr. Goode of Alachua, was a pro Sp n&'S.'l" S:drug store. .*., (adv)











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1 Contract for deed., chattel inert- Come in costume and win a prize. Among the number of Starke f r granted only to those who have proven { r

gage blanks, option contract, warranty Fun, Favors and Food! pie attending the Roane-Edwards ability as a writer through his re.
deeds, retain title notes, turpentine Admission Ten cents. riage In Gainesville Friday I cent contributions to the Anglican literary I

Bits of LocalInformation f I, leases, etc., for sale at the Come eat with the ghosts and gob- were Mr.\ and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell magazine, and the Earlhamen- "

i Telegraph ome.i .. lins at the Club House tonight.On daughter, Miss\ Lucile, Mr. and, SR,. a college .publication
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I O. L. Bensloy Gel and !Mrs.\ A.

I Gerald Mlddleton, Frank Carpenterand Vet- Crews Sir antI Sirs L. A. Davis, KULID IN a\
account of the Confederate MINUTIS ml
Julian 'anova of the U. of F., eran's meeting in Gainesville on the and Mrs.\ Herbert C. Ritch, Mrs. E.

Concerning Our People Business and I spent the week end here with home. 4th. of November, the local chapter Biggs, Miss Ethel Griffin and Ito h SUICIDEFOB ,
i folks U. D. C. will hold their business meeting
rMr Progres of the County and Town: I Griffin. *o CT"
on Thursday, the 12th. day of No I
I! Carr Colley, who is in the real sLate i vember. Prom SITICIOI CO., Ccmmftree. Ctlai..u. *
Z/i| business in Daytona Beach, spent Miss Bertha Moore hns recently returned I''j
= Sunday with his mother, Mrs. W. A.I -- from New York City, wh<' | .... .;........pe.w? r,t. .j
WEATHER REPORT i Get measured for that suit and Colley. I Stump's big October Sale ends sho spent two months In training 'j In i 14 to 11 I\II"t "
overcoat at Nat Sternberg's.Mr. I I Saturday night. Make up your John Wanna maker's school of | "LAX-KW WITT IN'Irt'ne'taily-: : I
Weather Report for week ending The latest in Silk and Wool outfits list and save by trading this: Culture, specializing in prepared Syrul.Tu..ic-LI1"I1Uve. for llnbitua!
October 28, 1923. ''for II week.fENTAVORD. While in New York she was th I CoiiHtipuUon. It relieves. promptly and
and Mrs H. L. Brownlee, were :: the latest arrival at Margue- < \ | should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 1 days
Oct. 22 76 42 .00 in Palatka during the week end visit- '';>, rite's Shoppe. of her aunt, Mrs. Alice Bowman is'r to Induce' regular action. It Stimulates and
Oct. 23 79 50 .00 Ing relatives. 'I I I I II returning south she stopped InVaM 1 Regulates/ Very Pleasant to Take. 6Uc \\
Oct. 21 84 66 .00 I I I Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh who has been \ intrton D. C., with her aunt, Mr! per'! bottle.

Oct. 23 86 68 .00 New shoes-!' just arrived at visiting,; her sister, Mrs. II. I_ Brown- S. Kimball. l\1I Moore: Is the daughter | I
Oct. 26 85 74 .02 Stump's. ,i lee, returned Tuesday afternoon to her' of !\II'. and Mrs L. V. Moore, I NOTK'K TO DKHTOHH AM CREDITORS!

Oct. 27 70 65 Trace home in Lakeland.A formerly lived here, hut she now I Notleo I In t.n>br vlvrn Hint ill ...0.111.....
Oct. 28 67 59 V3 I a beauty parlor in Jacksonville. li KM..*f.., HlntrlbutiMW and l nil luimoni having
Dr. E. Marshburm:
of the State ... .
bunch of large bananas was sent I vlillmH .inot the .tit. of A J. Dryden I
Total rainfall for week 1 inch.G. Farm, wan a visitor to our town last to the Strout Agency office for exhi- "lite.M. I duly tithnntlcnu-il to Urn Oounty
Saturday. Prof. Harold Kinchcloo who
H. Bennett was in Gainesville! : bition by Mrs. Emma Richard.Mr. FOR SASE Two good farm mules I Ju"". of RrNilfortt County. FlorlilA. within
I been employed as principal of tho ono year. or thin notice wll b. bald tn bar
Tuesday afternoon. i E. :M. Thomas. It. Ih..t"n.I.1I 'Iw..on. Intlt'bud to ..((01 ...
___ ______, i i Lee Byrd and Abe Crosby, of Jacksonville and !Mrs. J. T. Qutgley, Dr. and bron Springs school, has been | tnt ,nrw rrqiilrpd. t,, pair thi lr add' dvbta forth.
'' passed through our town'' Sire J. J. Bullen attended the Baptist FOR SALE-Strawberry plants A membership In the research department j with tn the timlpnilunril. ailmliiliilralrim..
Mrs. John Shriver of Brooker -.vas National Thl the 29th' day nf October. lll'JS.MRS .
of tho Education As.soeiatiun.
Saturday afternoon. I I Association at Little Springs last Bronke, Starke (Fla. 10302t. I'UZ:1': : Ml Y DEN.
in town Monday afternoon. I II i I Sunday This Association. Is a Ia.2'$.et-Iy-.'. Administratrix.
II I :' tional organization of teachers ... ,
j
I 1 I Miss Leila Sapp, of Hoilbron', WANTED-Pecan beaters, white Jt ----

Beautiful Coats at :Marguerite's Springs, spent last Saturday in :Mrs. J. C. Adklns, of Gainesville, colored, wages $2.50 per day. See H. are pledged to the advancement Colds Cause Oirlp,, and Influenza;
nod standardization
Shoppe.L. I i i, with friends. L. Stevenson or J. S. Norman. 10- of j .
town and :Sirs. Leroy L. Roane, of Tampa, 30 Membership in the research department \XATIVE DKOMO QUININE TiihhiU removethe
I 1 t.
were guests Thursday of their sister, of national cure Tltnrr In only one "lIrul1I11 Qnlnha"
R. Gainey, merchant of Brooker,' F. F. Stump spent Wednesday in :Mrs A. Z. Adklns. the association E. W. l.KOVK:S .I iun." '') gu boa, :Sat
FOR SALE :
-Missionary Strawberry
was in town Wednesday. Eustis, looking,; aftek- the bustm *s of Plants and 7,eleven months old/ pigs. I -

Young men's suits with 2 pair his branch store there. Mr. and :\11'". B. W. Hodges and babyof Red Durock, Burkshire and Hamp
I
trousers $22.50 at Sternberg's.! Jacksonville, spent the t week end shire. C. Letsc-h, Starke, Flo., N. VCQ: We can charge your
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph here with Mrs. Hodges' parents, Mr. W. of Highway. 8 HRS

Mrs. W. M. Bryan of Lawtey, was a office.F. and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman. !
visitor here Thursday. LOST-1 sutty sow, white; face, 1 Storage Battery In ISmith's

I F. Stump and family have moved Nine more days to visit! the Hampshire gilt, one ear split, 1 lig'it

Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph Into their newly purchased homo on big October sale at Stump's. bluo list bar, market! smooth crop
office. North Walnut Street. split underbit, $5.00 reward. L.
j Mrs. A. II. Hall returned to her Crawford, Starke, Fla. 2t* Garage s& eI'
) home in Oke"!chobee Monday after i
E. R. Perryman, of Daytona, spent :Mrs Lauril Edwards of Jackson spending two weeks with her parents, FOR SALE-A nice young thorough-
Sunday here with his family. II I Iu. ville, spent the week end here with her !Mr. and :Mrs. L. S. Hutto. bred Shetland pony. Well broken,
I parents Mr. and :Mrs. W. H. Struth. I and entle
.. g to ridand bus...."v. Just
-. w.u Andrews 01 new River wasa Hollii V. Knight, of the Universityof the thing,; to develop the boys. N. D.
visitor to our town last Saturday 1 Best silk' hose in town at :Stern I Florida, was a week end guest at Wainwright, Starke, Fla. 9-25tf.
berpr's. the home of hiM parents, Col anti Mrs.n. I J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

A. L. Green of Brooker, was in town I E. Knight. SEED PEANUTSN.
Tuesday morning i I Mr. and Mrs. L. E. :Miner, of New
Smyrna, spent the week end here with I Better goods for less! money at C. or Florida Runner Seed Peanuts INSURANCEAGENCY
('. L. Atkinson, of Waldo, wag In relatives/ and friends. I Sternberg $1.00 per bushel (Four cents I
I per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla.
town Monday transacting business.G. I ,
I W. M. Bryan of Lawtey was transacting I I :Messrs: E. W. Hayes, P. S. McMil- H. T. HALL COMPANY. I ESTABLISHED 1886
R. Calson, of Brooker, was in business in our town Monday nf- Ian, and P. :M. Barefoot spent. Tuesday t-9-tf. Lowell FU.

town Thursday. ,, ternoon. I in Jacksonville, attending the
I I I :Masonic school of Instruction. held at To Cure a Cold In title VmjUke : STARKE FLA.
New sweaters just arrived at Thomas Turner and Bill Agin of the Masonic Temple LAXATIVE HROMO QUININE (fTdbln. I''
ntopth Couilh and a..dach..nd wurhaoffthtfold.
Stump's Store.F. i Waldo, were visitors here during theweek I K: W t bHOVhS .lunBiiHvonMchbn*. lee:
I end. |I Men's Knickers and Coif; Hos '
A. Andrews of New River wasa 1, to match at Stump's.I -:
visitor to our town, Monday. I Beautiful line of new sweatersat I ______________ ---
Stump's. ,,' Mr.\ and Mrs. C. N. Christy are ex Bayer Aspirin DmmmmIDmmmmmmmrmnmmanmDmmmmmmmmmmrmnmmmmmcnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

George Flynn, and leo Taylor, of i ____________ 'i I petted to return home in a few days
Orange City, spent the week end liere. Congressman R. A. Green spent from a trip to Detroit, Mich., Windsor! ,
part of last week in Jacksonville, Canada and! other points of interest in I Wood Wanted '

:Mr. and !Mrs. E. W. Hayes and chil. Gnlne"ville and! Ocala. the north. I
dren spent the week end in Gainesville I Proved SafeTake
I 1 I Lovely black Satin Hats, large Mrs. P. M. and children

B. F. Renfroe, of New River was in'I I shapes, the latest in"style, at Mar. I went to Plant City Monday\ on accountof --- Beginning, October 1st., we will pay $6.00 per Cord
tho Illness of hed H. D.
town last Saturday. guerite's Shoppe. nephew,
Surrency, who underwent an operationfor without Fear as Told P. O. 1$. Jacksonville: for first class four foot lightwood .

Lecral blanks for sale at the Telegraph T. N. Harris and G. II. Bennett I appendicltlMIonduy.: I suitable for retort purposes, and four foot oak 1
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office. and children, Guaaie Mae and Stanley, In, aycr" Package
.
Jacksonville.We
j spent Sunday in Ocala. I State Senator D. E. Knight of wood, $5.00; per cord, F. O. H.

Starke, able lawyer and friend of Col.
Wewis Ohio is
Shoup, of Dayton ,
purchase wood twelve months In the year and always ondeavor -
tmployed at Mitchell's drug store. 'i Bradley sweaters at :Stern.I I! H. O. Brown of this place, was hereon .r
berg's. j J JMr. professional business from Mon to give full measurements and make returns) promptly.
tea.
P. A. Cosby of Brooker, was in town j' ,I day till' Wednesday.-Punta Gordi! When' making shipment. mail us ropy of your bill of lading.

last Friday. i : and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot an') Herald, Oct. 23, 1925. SAYS _

children were visitors to Waldo, Sun-1' ..
Balbriggan suits for the young day morning Dr. and :Mrs.\ C. F. Sayles, who have Florida Wood Products Co.
,
girls, at Marguerite's Shoppe. j been guests at the home of her parents [

i Mrs. L. A. Brown and listen Eunie Col. and Mrs. C. L. Peek, left ........ <.. .
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newson spent Hazen, of Brooker, were in town Wednesday evening for their home In .. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
last Friday in Jacksonville.) i Sunday afternoon. I' Miami. Dr. and Mm. Sayles stopped ---

here enroute home after a trip abroad. _.. ..f f. J ;f..:,,..l-" m 111n111tDmlllllltDmtDamHllGlmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmllflml\\! !
,
:Mrs. Equilla Jones of Graham, was He sure to visit the big sale atStump's I ) Jo ; .,:,r.. '
'J
in town last : Store. Mr. and Nrs. A. O. Andrew and / .
Saturday. ,
I Miss Hannah Swindell of Stuart, .IJ.-I...'1 .;'I.:' .i( tls..l

CAlI. Joe Hill Williams, of Lake'' :Miss Laura Wynn, who is one of, spent the week end here with friends W .
t'nlont vnl" ... ,
They were once residents of our town,
Butler school the1
as transacting business in our Lawtey faculty, spent 1"ICkllqo' r. .' ,
town week end, with homefolks. and they have many tripods here who (
Tuesday. i tins tI, .
..
always welcome their visit. '''11 :, .
I wife kty a\., .t. i i
Two pants suits $22.50 up at Mr.\ and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez spent 1 physicians cv. r i 1
Sternberg's.Mr. the week end here with her parents, The many friends of Mrs. E. E, Cold '
Canova are glad to see her out again : ..
:Mr. and Mrs. L. V. :Moore. e'en r'
: and Mrs. Junius Smith, of Wal-i after the automobile accident in which '1',0\\, .. ,
do, were visitors to our town last Friday I P. E. Canova and son, Paul E. Jr., she was seriously injured about two '\..,.

afternoon. I left :Monday for a business trip on the weeks ago. 1':,..... ,.
East Coost.I ..
Mrs. T. J. Alderman, )Mrs. DeWittC. I ; AW
Special "
reduction
dress in Stump's store.on every The old witches kettle. Jones and daughter Miss Kline, I' d.I o .. I
I Full of fun for the children. motored to Gainesville Friday eveningto ,

r K: C. Long of Sumterville, and Guy Ten cents to see what it contains. attend. the Roane.Edwards marriage I {

Long of Hampton, were in town last There's something in it for you!

Saturday.Mr. .
I Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Mrs. J. M. Special reduction on every hat Howdy Folks

: M. G. Langford attended the''Mitchell and :Mrs. E. L. Biggs spent In Stump's store.

football day. game at the U. of F., Satur-|I Saturday. in Gainesville.I I Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wingate and children Read of the Men of

I| \ M. E. Edwards, of Gainesvilleis of Baldwin, stopped in Starke, LET INTRODUCE I
spending the week end with her Sunday and were guest of :Mr. and
: Senator and Mrs T. J. Knabb, of.,: daughter.Mr, A. X Adklns. Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Mr. and Mm. Wingae YOU TO OUR NEW Financial
MucOlenny Ool. Independence
: was the guest of i |
were enroute to Belview where
and l :Mrs. D. E. Knight, Saturday. I II' I I I Mills Llllic Mae Anderson, of they expect to make their home., One Day Battery j_

1 H. Register, of Lake Butler automobile Brooker spent the week end with Miss There r
was an unusual crowd of
tag, inspector, was in our''I Amy Moore. pasting thru our town last Satur people ServiceOur Every man want to be financially independentand

!town last Friday.'" .. I'I A beautiful line of coats at day, some of them were tourists, but new charging outfit every man who spend let than he ear n* wit!

Appi4) 1 rieii' Pumpkin Pies I Stern berg's.The I the majority people who of them were were going Jacksonville to the. charges bstteries! perfectly re-in win that independence in time. How long tha

.b oftaL.chcoco..i I > Bradford County High School :' Gainesville-Wake Forest football 8 to 12 hours.. will be depends on how much he saves and how a

Candy 'now has an enrollment of four hundredand game, at the University city. loon he start

thirty-eight pupils. Gives you a better, longerlived I t
Mrs. Lee
Taylor and little daughterare
O. W. Barry of Brooker, was in our this week of charge and save on rental ex
guests Mrs.
day.town transacting business last Fri Wonderful infant's sport line sweaters of children'sand and Miss Cora Calhoun at Taylor'1sister Mrs. pense. Why suffer the an- Have You Started?
Lila Griffin's home of
N. Walnut
on St. noyance poor lights and
.
I caps at Slump's.T. | Mrs. Taylor will go next week to Wau. sluggish starting? Bring that

T.-Long and sister Mios Margaret''' the chula bank., where her husband I Is cashier of weak battery in today. Get it One Dollar Will Open An Account Here a

EAT AT THEAmerican of Cocoa and Titusville, spent Sunday tonight or early tomorrow.
with their mother. :\11'.. F. H. Long. I
Lunch Fred F. Stump returned Fri
day from New 1
and :Mrs. J. :M. Brownlee and I York where he
Sandwiches' Any Kind lOc :Mr the week end in PalatIka purchased a large line of Fall We handle the KXIDE "..t-
children spent and Winter ... BANK OF STARKEThe
dry goods.
DinnerslOc
with Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long.
I
Oysters Any Style Hallowe'en Party at the Club House
Sternberg's where the
Buy at Bank of Helpful ServiceWE
HOME tonight. S TEn N'S GAPAGEStarke
MADE PIES prices and style are right

ALL DRINKS 5 CENTS I Tae OvialM Thai DM tot Affect The fUsd Fla. PAY < PER CENT ON SAVINGSM
I. L. Ogden and son, Marvin, of 8era.r Itl tnole sod I........efface. LALnVI \. rr
,8. Courtney Pompano were transacting business : BROI4 QUININE lTabIaol... lie takes r
here Tuesday afternoon. ::':: WWUtuvxasta.y ualw bus., 7ee.. .
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PA'R PIE .BBADFORC, COUNTT TELEGRAPH STABKB. FLORIDA .. FRIDAY.-. OCTORRR aa.. Iftot..
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''I Florida team won first place In judging -! ,
Jerseys and Guernseys, and C. H.
Taylor tied for second highest place

\j FARMERS and FARMING : among whole all finished contestants.fourth The, Mississippi team asa Ideal Fertilizers Highest .

A. and M. College, Georgia and Ten-I I
(i neoHeo forging ahead in the QualIty
1 FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE named. J)


:,I, TO ARTICLES BE BEST OF SUITED FARM TO EXPERIENCES OUR CO UNTY.SMi AND. METHODS_ FOUND. I II I II| TIIEIVES I i iI IDEAL BRANDS have led the State for thirty years Order early and

I. avoid delays caused congested freight conditions.

j i I: "Notice to theives to stay out,"
. . do not use over half an ounce of cry reads a sign I recer.tly saw posted i Service Organization Available to Vegetable Crouiets

p il EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY stals. Too large a dose or two long on a farmer's fence ,by a roadside. : WE OFFER to the vegetable growers of Florida, through our'subsidiary,
i AGENTS' REPORTS exposure will kill ;young trees. Many of us also remember that joke
about;! the farmer who was accosted Florida Agricultural Supply Company the services of Dr. M D. Leonard,

J PLANT OATS!!! AND RYE NOW I by some city people tut they passed ,I an Entomologist and Plant Pathologist of high repute.

Hamilton (J.: :J. Sechrust) Practically in their car, saying that they had I!
all cotton land, when stalks Plan to have at least a part of helped themself to; some of his fruit IF TROUBLES arise in the field, tell us about them and we will give you'' s

1 have been turned under, will tie seeded your cultivated land not lie idle this back up the road. The farmer replied the most up-to-date method of control.

to ont and rye. fall, winter, and spring, says W. E. that it was alright as he/had helped
Okeechobee (II. P. Peterson) : Am Stokes, grass and forage crops specialist ': himself to their' tools while they were OUR PRICE LIST NO. 29 will be sent upon request.WilsonToomer .
to of the Florida Experiment Staj j
1 I arrantting for some of our growers parked.
1 rUif.-n-grown. seed potatoes in tion. As far as practical; needs warrant i i From time immemorial acme people -
i carload get lots.Madison use some of the fields for growing have felt free to help themselves 'I

: (B. E. Lawton) : Two caret winter and spring grazing crops. If'''to certain products of the farmer's Fertilizer Company
(j short feed this will wonderfully .
sold cooperatively this on help labor and the property of his farm.
of hogs were ; and if dry feed is to be had in Consequently they have devasted
club work Manufacturers
of Ideal
Fertilizers
i boy pig
week. Interest in JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
and Saturday 20 boys )I abundance, a green one will still add shrubs and flowers, have robed his ,
; t b increasing, stated that ''to its value and efficiency. It will trees of fruit, and have thought very

1 4. came to my to office and pig and J join a also enable one to sell some feed to little of it. i I _,_ ._ -"",, "'1111"!' "_ .. .....- ._
wanted
get a
they realize ready cash for other -_-_ -- -- -- ----- -- _i._ _
neces- Farm hospitality and cordiality ) __ __________ __ n__ __ -- ---- ------ --, ---- ---
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i club next year. sary expenses, besides paying for the have been noted. The farmer has been I When we had finished the posters we -- --- -- -- ---
I ) r Dade (J. S. Rainey): Truck farmers small amount of seed and labor neces. one of the omat generous citizens of'' tain its present position of preeminj j invited four visiting teachers to come Miss. Caldwell. We all like her, which

A \ in this county are bcgining to nary for getting tho fall cover and the nation, and Is always glad for ,,,ence in agriculture. j in and judge which was best. There makes her- feel at home when coming
make preparations for a heavy acreage The- grazing crop in. I others to share in the bounteous re- 1 1''|I : 'I was great excitement in the room I t I in after school had started.

,' ,t lu all kinds of vegetables. sale Out and rye are Florida's two standard 'I wards of his labor. He has said lit- |II I I Sanford-The Sanford Credit As- while the votes wire being writen. !|i I The eighth grade is getting up money
Miami population assures ready winter cover and grazing crops. j{ tie when people nave helped themselves I i I I j sociution reports the sale of over ., each team hoping that their poster ,I I to build a much needed basket ball
I for nil. that can be produced. Reasonably early fall planting on well to his fruits, his shrubs and $400,000()() worth of celery farms and would win. When the votes were counted court. We have also roganized a club
: Duval (II. B. 'LanKden): A meetIng prepared ground is thought best. Ful-' his flowers. Yet this practice has so 'residential properties within the past < it was found that the Breakfast 1'which we call the "Jolly Club." The
of 150 enthusiastic poultry men ghum and Texas Rust Proof oats; Ab- increased with the influx of popula- week in.addition to sales reported at J Poster had won. following officers have been elected

I L:, and women waR held. this week as ruzz and ordinary Florida rye are!,, tion to the cities that it has merited various times by local realtors. The The pupils on this wining team(i! President-Louise Hayes
Poultry Rally! Day. Various poultry several said to be the bent varieties for Florida serious attention on the part of farmers 'general I busines conditions thoughout.were: j, Vice-ptesident-Estelle Kendrick.
problems were discussed and conditions. Two bushels of oats> and many of hem have consequently 'the city have retained an exceptional Secretary and Reporter-Pearl Man-
new members were added to the Aat should be planted to the acre, and 1 posted their land. average for the entire month, local Donie Rivers, Yancey Williams, Saa j I ning

: sociation.Escambiu. to Hi bushels of rye to the acre will I'' Thef armer has no desire to be a merchants state. Buying is rather Hope Haynes, Frank Inman, Julian Assistant Secretary-Lois Colley
(W. W. Green) : The Peek, Thelma Seals, Etta Fay Gill, I
it give good grazing. :cad. He enjoys life himself and wants brisk !in many places and materials -Treasurer--Paul Knight.
and I held Mary Brownlee Sunshine Ma-
,, extension poultryman Nitrogen; fertilizer at the rate of? other people to enjoy life and the fruit ordered have not been delivered, owing ;rie Brown Hadley, ,
three poultry culling demonstrations /CO) to 100 pounds per acre, applied I of his labor. But everything he gets to the many embargoes on lines outside Lucille Edwards, Bertha EIGHTH GRADE JOKES
in the nvrthorn part of the countythis small luring wet spells, will increase the costs him money. It costs something of the state on Florida products. Dyal.-Mrs. Cox. | Fifty-Fifty

week. The attendance, was grazing from these crops materially. to produce fruits that often are taken j Tallahassee-./Owners cf motor busses Sixth: Grade 'I| Roy-Tillman, what are you doingnow
:i Iii but Interest was manifested. February or early March applications! so glibly by people who have had noth- <1 who desire to take passengers to'I' We are preparing a program !in connection ? .
I: Marlon (C. R. Hiatt): A very enthusiastic at- will usually help increase hay adn seed 1 ing to do in producing them. Nobody look over a subdivision, for instance, with our Health Day about i Tillman-Nothing much except bar
f group of dairymen met yields of these crops. gave the farmer the fertilizer nor the are going: to find the practice mighty smoking cigarettes. Of course, the bertng.j .
i Lowell Friday night, and a motorcade costly in 1926. sixth grade boys do not smoke,' but
I implements he used In cultivating According to informa- Roy-How much does it ?
j
II was planned for NrvemJ; 5, for COLLEGE OF ARCUI.TURETEAM ; those trees and he did not steal them. tion gathered at the comptroller's of- 'to help others we prepared this pro. 'I| Tillman-Ohl! about $30 pay or $40 a

"t' : studying the silo problem. I FINISHES WELL AT Why, then, should his products go for fice here, the old "C" licenses, issued 'gram. We want you to come hear us. month.
,w tf I j STOCK JUStiING;): CONTEST'naught? in the past for motor busses, under Also we have a reading 'How Strong Roy-Pretty poor pay, Isn't it?
TREAT PEACH TREES _
f )'x. : TO DESTROY BORERS The livestock judging team of the,I I After all, "helping themselves is.'a I new law, will give way to the pay., Are You?" by Melba Silcox.-Miss I Tillman-Yeah, but then I guess

\ : College of Agriculture, University of, Just another name for stealing. j ment of privilege taxes for the oper.I Calhoun. they are pretty poor' hair-cuts.
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Peach growers of Florida who are Florida, has just returned from an I I ation of the machines. These taxes.: Seventh Grade __
i( i' troubled with the borer should treat; extended trip through Tennessee and 0 0 are to carry a charge of $1.50 for''| At a recent class meeting the fol- I True to Faith

v I their trees early in November with i Georgia, and having competed in the o I10l\IE DEMONSTRATION every 100 pounds plus an additional lowing officers were elected: Merrill McMillan rushed into a
} paradicholorobenzcnc. (It Is reported I inter-coilege judging tartest of the AGENTS' REPORTS I feo of $10 for each passenger up to i j;, President-Milton Brownlee | store and banging a dime down on
6 t I | seven, and $15 for each '|i Vice-President-Tommy Williams :the counter, panted, Gimme a dimes
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is to Southeastern! Fair passenger
li that the name alone enough scare at Atlanta! The 'I. 0 0 0 0 0 e 0 ,
the borers to death.)) The following; Florida! team was first in two of the I Jackson (Miss Albina Smith): I over seven up to sixteen. The taxation -'i Secretary-Hazel Adkins worth of animal" crackers, but take

t hints on applying this poison are given i classes in this contest, anti one, member find the girls eager for club work, of course, Is to be placed upon''I+!i, Eighth Grade u the pigs out.

by J, R. Watson entomologist of the i stood second in total points for and in moat of the schools I have vis- i i I only privately-owned motor busses.I II The eighth grade is doing( splcn_ Dumb
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ty Florida Experiment Station. Individuals. The team as a whole finished I !ted I have had 100 per cent enrollment |: did work after getting settled down. .I Edna-Lois, did you know that our
HIGH
Locate the burrows by the wax that; fourth. I among the girls of club age. .I SCHOOL JOURNAL II They have been having trouble with cow requires eight gallons of water. a
L : i has oozed from them. If some are i C. A. Taylor, Jr., of Plant City; Marion (Miss Christine McFerron) : I I I (Continued From Page 2) '' getting. a teacher, but it is not be. 'I day? .
l'' I above ground, mound the dirt up i Marvin A. Brooker, of Alnchua Coun.ty I have had splendid response from the ;!I cause they are any worse than any of I Lois-No wonder she gives so much
around the tree until it in level with i ; and Martin G. Young, of Jupiter; schools on club enrollment. Griffin pased me a hat of money and the other grades but because their, milk!
i I the highest burrows. Make a trenchon i with Frank W. Brumley, assistant In Hillsborough (Mrs M. S. Allen): ''I1:, said, "No thank you." I i teachers Just have trouble ad can't i Edna-Why?

"" top of the mound, around the tree! the department: of animal husbandry rj f Plans are complete for a Joint rally I I stay. We have a splendid teacher now,'. Lois! -The water all turns fnto milk.
and not near than an inch to tho trunks : as conch, composed the team. 'day at Brandon, October 31. i!I Mr. Dowling-Elmer, you are I
; of tho tree. In thin. trench sprinkle i The week of intensive training p> .I I Nassau (Miss Pearl Jordan): The..'charged with calling! this girl a mon I -- ---- -- -- .- -

1\\. an ounce of paradichlorobenzene crys. ceding tho Southeastern Fair included -' girls! are finishing up their work and i i ii key-faced Idiot. It" it true? .
t tale and cover them well with dirt, say visit to herds of cattle and hogs i j getting exhibits and records ready for I! Elmer-It's true, Mr.- Dowling, but I
'f\\ to a depth of a foot. Pack the dirt well; at Thomasville, Americus, Griffin, At- I Ithe contest. I i it I: I never said it.REPORTS i
twihctheaJk lamxv lanta, and to the Interstate Fair at t | Lake ((1IlsaInrie! Cox) : The local
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with tho back of tho sbov -1. The crystals Chattanooga, Tenn. leader of the girl's club at Lady FROM THE GRAMMAR
i give off a gas that kills the bor Twelve rings of beef cattle, dairy I Lnke, who lives near the school, has I GRADES N i iI I
:J ers. cattle and hogs: were judged by teams offered her kitchen for use by the club I Second Grade ,II
I S i After. the mound has been up from i representing the universities of Flor when needed. NOTICE-Hist! I I Come ready to;' Chills and Ferer,
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,,11 :t two to four weeks, tear It down ida, Georgia, and Tennessee and the I Duval (Miss Louise Pickens) : Five board the Temperance Train for Tem-I Deng oe.Malarial
P For trees less than two years old I Mississippi A. and M. College. The Arlington women, with the cooperation perance Land Friday P. M. The Second A fn* gtnend tonic. w ,
".. 'I ---- __ | of the Mother's Club, have start (grade\ will be the engineer.-:Miss ,j
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Ethel Griffin. ,
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1 -- ed serving hot lunches at the school.I .
J have visited them twice this week 'i Third Grade i!
i; and !given them help. I'I I The Third grade will give you some ,

_Iit! :) -- DeSoto (Mrs. N. B. Crabill) : Thel- ,i I',' way to gain good health next :Frll. "Could Better Fertilizer Be Made?
i r 'lay-
l ma Bates, of the Lansing I
'1 1 l who has just passed her I Millie Judd from Monteray, Tenn.,
birthday, la anxious to communitY'j has entered. the Third grade. I
I i I I We Would Make It"
1 l girl and has asked to be Miss Madge Middleton. I
IIf to look after. I,I Fourth Grade I|
If, A Discipline Device-I asked each'I' SIMON PURE AND GEM BRANDS

NOTED ETOMOLOfilST AND I child to draw a car or bring a picture -i' "Time Tried and Crop Tested"
i'vIx1h' PLANT PATHOLOGIST ,II of one from home. We pined these'on '1. Sept. 1st 1925 New PRICE LIST of Regular Brands Just Issued. Get
COMES TO FLORIDA, a long white cloth on which there I I same before placing your order. Send orders now for FALL requirements
were seven cities marked off. The first are delays and be ready when Fertilizer needed. QUALITY first FAIR
.. I We have just been informed that ': place being Starke and the last New I price. PROMPT shipment
L Dr. Mortimer D. Leonard, a widely York City. All the cars started from I
1', \I:: I known Entomologist and Plant Pajholoiriat I| Starke. Each day a child was good( I Ii E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
\ / hits joined the staff of ex-i his car moved up to a point. If he''
I perts of the Florida Agricultural ;:, was disorderly his car remained j" -- '

Supply Co., in keeping with the progressive < where it was. Therefore the pupil ,j, !,
policy of this concern. who behaved the best reached New -
Com Dr. Leonard has to his credit among York first. I i
>are-4.4 many others accomplishments the au- Next month we may tour the world ':
h.'p of over fifty publications,!Iin aeroplanes.
there on both technical and applied Entomology : -I Thin not only teaches the pupils to I

"I' eHer BurCKSednns and Plant Pathology, also be. [ be quiet, but also teaches them geo- .
lag co-nuthor with Prof. C. R. Crosby 1' jraphy.-1\lIss Eunice Perkins. I
)* another noted. Entomologist, of the
with -
) "Coaches book "Manual of Vegetable Garden In-I Fourth Grade I WANTEDj

i I sects" which Is considered the During the first month the fifth
+ Ing work in its field, both in this grade decided that it would have a I
j. i the These finer dooe"cars. are built on the fameaa Buick chasdb with I country and abroad. | friendly contest making Health Post-I,

/.: enlille.ZI-vur-proveJ,60.nd. Extr. power I II' 75 horsepower Buick V.lve.IQ-HuJ Dr. Leonard was for some years ,ers. First we divided our grade into j
In charge of the spray service of the three teams- a breakfast team, a''

ii ;, And. they have"the. famous..Seal.....ChauU" and the. new. "Triple New York State College of Agriculture lunch team, and a dinner team. The: j
J I. ; completeness Sealed Engine.of No.other car. regardless of price furnishes thus and has been! and still is connected breakfast team was to use only foods'' Parties with trucks to contract the cutting I
{ protection for
I driving part with the Bureau of Entomology suitable for breakfast This lunch team| j

I/ ?ith"TiDulckir'Vh. characteristic' Buick charm of body of the United States Department of I i was to use only the foods suitable for'' and of Lath
hauling Cypress
> are In Du o. They sea five full-growa Agriculture as a Special Collaborator. lunch. The dinner team was to use':
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people' roomy comfort. They have th. Fisher VV one-piece. He also was retained as a Special Investigator only the foods suitable for dinner.
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of ventilating like ne e."I"windshield.. Buick'automatic. windshield wirer anj a hose by the New York Fruit Blocks, we to furnish the timber. Av I Ii
exacting closed car "andard. prevail Exchange in collaboration with the
IA their FI.her.bullt boJle. I
1 United States Department of Agricul- No Worm In a Healthy Child erage haul 4 miles.
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J Come In and see how much superior these Better Buick Sedan ture and sent to Spain where he made arAalty i troubled with Worms ..... _I i I
are to "Coaches', before you spend your money. I an extensive study of fruit and vegetable -I color,which Indicate poor b blood mad aa a I
t
,
I ,' BUICK MOTOR COMPANY. FLINT Insects and diseases in Southern GROVE rate then S TASTEIJS3 la more: : or chill leM TONIC stomach given disturbance.muiarty j. We also buy Cypress Blocks f f. o. b.
I DloU.ni of Gciwn.1 .. MICHIGAN Spain, and in the famous Valencia far two or three weeks will enrich the blood .....y I .
I- Corfwraftm prove the direction,and '
act aa a GeaonlIltroa ab.e.ba
O-IH4 section. He has served as Director Tonic to thaw hoi*lyetem. Nato,.will I tbea! I cars your loading point. Write or see
of the Field Service Division I throw off.or dispel the........and tiwCbild will be.
of one of the largest insecticide manufacturing j Hi pert**health. Pleaam- tats lOa per....... I

, : heBelleBUICK concerns in the East s, and I[I -- I .

1, also as State Entomologist for the I CATARRHAL DEAFNESS ;
I State of New York. Ilia most recent j la often ,
caused
by an inflamed condition
I work being the preparation of the i of the mucous! ""'". ""f he Ku.",.*' An I
List of Insects of New York State. naveair umblmatPobund. orlllmp.rfo" I LUMBER MANUFACTURING I
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S Tho Florida I t
Agricultural
# Supply I arlrty. Unleea the Inflammation
4; LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY Company offers the wide experience b. r.duc.d yuur bearing' may bb.. can Ii. I
forever.
.1 I of Dr. Leonard to the Sate in helping .tn'ltl.' I
J. M. Smith, Manag.r.I i CATARRH MEDICINE will f COMPANY
solve the problems of the vegetable do .b.t w* claim for It-rid your system
Columbia and Union In the of_Catarrh or L>eani.u. caused by
Baker, Bradford Counties grower control of the insects Catarrh. HALL'sCATARRHMbDICNE
I and diseases that conspire against the has been ."",,0..ru1 In the treatment> of GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
Catarrh for over Forty Y.ars
profitable
When better automobiles are built Buick will build them production of their crops Bold by all' drufctau .
-- and in an effort to help the State main r. J. Cheo.0. .. TuUdot 1.

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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 80. 1925. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. 8TARKB. FLORIDA PAGR !SKVKN

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S U U U U S S S S I 110? J- T. "."".. Teaching .____.__ 10.Oft KOTTCal O. M. et aLI CircuIt of FlorIda. In.n
FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUS. I L.: H. Fuleb and "".. Teaching M 138.00 I I Wor. I County. In ..ne" In Ihtxt pose of satisfying final decree, the foU

TRIAL REVIEW 12 .nnleh.1 and A..t., Teaching_ 8200 All ..ato. d la tribute.. aaJ Bill T* .':. n.... Quiet Title and Oth- therein "ndln. belw. the lowIng decolbed real. ..... lying and being
13 Z".I. nruder. Teaching ...... 4000 all persona ..; dsvaanoa again. I I .r Keli.f I IB.nk of .. a .. / In Bradford County Florida to-wltt

0 S S 14 I. B. ''|nh'='"'. T.. h.... 7800 the estate f. Sail). Hatpbura, .. ar. Tt appearing from th. allegatlona of th.t .nd agaInst H. J. Thomas Th. North h.1 of the East half of the
S S SFrostproofCity \\n. Mc?..' Teaehln 'h. _____.. 4500 hereby to pneent their alvleaa and t ounce bi of empla.t In the abov. _. rlSmith.. Qi-nU Smith and th I Southeast q.. 0' Section Thirty-fnnr ($4).
will C. Jonr. Ino"" ..__. __ .an demand to 1' nndernlgned. a. administeatoe -' that th .* n. of the .f.n..n. I lonal Parta Loan Aaaoeiatlon. I Township SIx ). South Banff. TwentytwoJIJ
vote on $85,- 9 n C. Jon.. in id. ..._ _._:..:: i. 8 : of the of Salll. nnsassil O. M. Woodward Hilda d.fpnd.nl I < > East, except therefrom Five ..... In .h

000 water extension and $90,000 street 8 I>. C. Jon.. Incld ...._______ J so ; within I two yeara. from th...Iph.s> this Snarr LII.lu W. Sparr .s. Hld.. ..C, .nd.lold Special '. form of a square In the Southeast corner' e.
;I W. B. Thornton, Janitor oo 1 tic.: and are hereby warned that upon i William Deennlng. Cornelia Bryan W.I. .- faun. .ppln' t .x.wut. .., taming, Thlrtyflvc acres more or 1 lea.D. ..
bon s. *. *. Burden, Incld ---_:----ho:: SB ''to present aam. within cold period they :Icy Vincent Martha Vlnrent. O W. Johnson on .nd day of ,I E. KNIGHT

12 5hrwr ('"" Crayon _._..n',,__ 1 80 be barred by law. All persona Indebted to I Kanl. John.. W. E. Slaurhter Cathllnd A. during th* lembourn if sale) Special Master In Ch.nNr
Eacambla-Plqna proposed for con- 6 Moman Cr.yon---------- ,60 'sail .state ar. requested to coma Immediately nrayblll. John F Stratten and Company, th* court boua* door I I A. S. CREWS

ctructinff bridge across Perido River. }\ J. W. Mon..n. Crayon '_h___.__ 1 so i I and settl.I their said debt*. Samuel B. Hubhard. : and County Florida. Mil the. Solicitor for Complainant 10-1-1110'
J.i'w W. I1.0"1' R< >ks _'__'h.nn 7." 1 .. Florida, September 11th I Th. Raleigh I National 'Ltho' North :I.n' situated In Bradford
\\l "on"1' Crayon _' _... j.jo I ISlok. J. C. ( ; lina. If living or In .t.n. and If 1 ( highest bidder for ... i
Tampa-Work started on new two- J. W. ??OTn- Crayon -___ .___. 1.00 Sol. Administrator ). .1 or not In existence. then their h.I. aneceaaora. Southwest quarter of : MAITFR'S 8ALRNotle

addition to courthouse. 17 J. W. 1II0".n.' "ook. .___.__ 10.12 '.25.28t-3-2S4 ..of Salll. Malpbura. devtove.. legatee, and assigns, are I quarter of th* Northwest u I
story i .J. W. Mr..n- Crayon _-___u.u___ .no | d..1 unknown. and there to no person ftrn North halt of the Northwest .I virtu. *of Is that hereby,"...''vn that.. under and b
decree
Anthony Mimra. Janitor ___.____ 15.00 1 NOTICE corporation in th. State of Florida, knownto Southwest quarter of the of 'D
-Contract let for constructing 18 sod the West half of th ; j! ... m.d. and entered on th. lath day
: Jnhnion Pub. Co. Chart .n__._. g.27 complainant' the .,, of n subpoena I ..
r-f A D
bath Th... b.1r1 whom would I bind the said the Northwe.t quarter of th* S.rl.mh. 19128 by Hnnnrabl. A.
house tourist defendant.
new at no 'urthMbtmlKM the Bi'.rdnber"1 j
In Circuit Klgklb Judicial I ;: 7. of the Judge's of the
Cer CHI I or and the North half of the i Eighth
to F. Wltkoakl of Ontario Canadal. Leo Wit.
I *"*,the FiNt .
Monday 'In NoT-
t Bradford In. ; Judicial Circuit of
'
Florlila. In and for Brad '
camp. c"1 of Lafayette, State of Louisiana, andIt of the Southwest quarter of
S. R. ford County, Florida, In
Chancery
and the South half of In that
believed by the that the
$1,000,000 hotel B. WIGGINS.Srrivtary. Complainant' defendants "m l.ln.nt the ouar.quarter of the Sou'h.t quarter certain cause therein .ndln., between the
Clenrwater- pro. a prop
''H. .Int.t
.e complainant Bradford .
va. Hank
In west quarter of Section Tw- a nor.poratlun.
posed for Clearwater Island Beach. I KICKU'IER.Chairmnn. Edward N. Dickerson. .. al.D.f.nd.nte alleges i Involved that ha does not know. and complainant by 4ill-. Tnwnhl. fi.((8). lolI.h. Ashrnrd.. and widow.against the .f.n.l.nte. Mandl .

gent search and Inquiry baa not been abl. and containing ( lll.n.y Sln.I..n. L.n.

Palmetto-White way lights tobe Installed NOTICE Bill to Rim.,. Cloud Quiet Title and Other to .certain whether any of the defendanta i Maid.or Mat 1 loaa. to be made pursUant ton Kammle SIngleton' Anderson hey her h..b.nd..,. r"n.. ., .Ash.fool .*,
I whose residence to alleged unknown, la .
along Bay Street. I R.le dead or allv. or In .I.t.no. or not ; andIt satisfaction of paid' final d cr*. a minor and Millie Aahford n minor
the
Special Master In aald ,.
A. In..I..1 e.
alleged blthe complainant In hla
is
Panama City-Cargo of 000,000 feet e'sn'lKi ElBnth Judicial Circuit of Ih. State Tt n"nei r nu from the altegatlona of sworn of that h. believe.thera I ""'1In. "t. call decree will on Mon..
I Florid. In and for Bradford County. Kla sworn hi of complaint' In th. aba.. e.th.1 I bi "mrl.lnt i>. R. KNIGhT clny. the >nd. ilar of Nnv A. I). IU2S. during
In said
1
lumber shipped from this port to Town Of Lawtey. Bradford County. that .. and .hl.n. of the ". I Invoked In on this I n'.t. property Solicitor' for "mpl.ln.nt the legal hours of sale. therenn before tlie,
and
Buenos Aires..TackHonvilleBllilding. I Florida. Petitioner. .I Edward N m.h..n. F Horr. and whoae name ----. -- Court ho".. dnor In 11..k.. Ilradford' Coun.ty .
age to
I ... ens and rnulh.r. living and If dead .t.ne t. com Florida' sell the .. Hearribed laiilaallnated .
,
I and In to
Ste. of Florida Respondent. I .' asalgna. ,1.ln.nt I rll.f P.., 9IIERIFF'fl SALE In County Florida, to.wit
permits for Notice I. \ : .1. auch known and unknown .. Ihe B..ror .'.' of the f
I, hereby given to the public and n.'h.'w d' :Inn" In 'firm, and corporatlona.THrRErORB r NoHhweatnnarter s
first 19 days of August, totaled $820- taxpayera and eltlaena of the Town of Lawtey t "mpl.ln.at I It Is ordered that all persons Notie. ta h .b ivtvvn that 1. of the Southeast n\iaHer of StlO
Bradford County Florida I and all persons the service! of a .uh_. upon wuld firms and corporatlona named In thtoorder. pan. .a Bradfonl (' 25 Township 8. South of Songs 1 1. ,
095. Int.reated therein bind' the acid and It under and virtue of Ifl acres ntor. or I... "
that on the Idth day of I d.'on".n. tht I If living I or In existence and If dead, by that 1.lnln. .
November A. D 1925 at Stark In Bradford lieved blthe complainant not In existence. all tion ipetiel out of and under th. Smithoant quarter of the 1..thw.t
Boca Raton-Constructing of 400- County, Florida nt Ton o'clock A. M. the defendants. are Intereated In the pr"1In.n.me or Interest by, under or through persons el.lmln. any neal! .rrd'ho Clerk of th* (' : J nuarter of the Muuthrast quarter Seton j
Ilonoiabl. volved In this de'.ndan. .. ?.n. Townshln A South of Hones 22
A. Z. Adklna one of th. Jndiiea I suit and I aforeaa' In Florida E.
of here .1. not
foot jetty and widening inlet I of the court, ..rnr..ld.| will hear the abov. that h. does not know and by diligent. .r. erwise nnd d..Id. u..no... or .. Auuttnt 12th. A. D IflZA on that containing 10 .on more or tea*; r

to cost $450,000. entitled cause upon the petition of the towo and Inquiry baa not been abt. to aaoertalnwhether : .01 "ron.. .. wh mt-nt obtained by Francis Also the W.. of Ihe Northwest quarter

of Lav/t",>. Rradft.ril. County. Florida, for an .I ..nlof the defendant whoa resi.1.I. name unknown age to complainant. a.and.1..0 fr|.nd. James Ca.kln' *. ,. of the Nnrtheaat quarter of tb. Snoutheaetquarter .
ordur dence Is alleged dead peruonasvhn' Rosier and R W. Ron for of Aretlon 25 Townahlp 5. South efttnmri ,
Ormond12,000,000; subdivision of said Court validating and confirming' I. as unknown. {i. or alive. name .I. alleged known whose residence *
certain' bonds In th, sum of Twenty Thou. and It alleged by the complainant In hIs .to beyond ait fHtat of J n. RosIer. deceased 22 Fant urn) oont.lnln. B ann mir
the .tat. of Florida
north of here, to be opened soon. II sand Jfin.n"01, Dnll r. In denominations' of I I' sworn bill of complaint' that h. believes the.. lot rested, tho described thatmay Pile 7th d.1of July. IDS ft. In the or Iraa.altl y
in
Center Bill-Deposits of high grade One Thou-nn.l Pollaii. inch, 'henring Interest are persons Intereated In said property Involved b or ..nlp.r' h..lo."r. lying and of Prndfnrd Couniw ..-Stntof "nl,. ho maile pitrauant to and 1 lot
nt the rat of ..(;lx prr centum: ((6) per an- I I In thlh suit wh. n.m. and ..... and being prp.1'ty.in County..h'.o'Florida have levied' upon unboe said 4> the satlafaotlon of said, decree and coats
rock discovered in this vicinity. whos. residence .Is (raoo' d.er'h will sell!! auction In FLOYD ORPKNRollrllor '
I num. iiayabl. aeml-nnnuglly. .a.d. bond. being I unknown to complainant i.d : at public

!buuze.Ifr___ the. puriio.. .if installing! a light. I, .and...I In. .sa. d bill _relief !|a prayed_ ,.against such I All.of 010"South half of South..1. quarter.west ou.lho... 1.door_ A.on n.Monday.n....... .th.... "flrm.te Special M... 1
National ion or '
Miami-City Bank capital I system nn electricity' in the Town of w..un v. .rm. of Railroad and all Northeast quarter ;;
rationsTHEREFORE.. th Cnmnlilnnnt .
of ..1. ln.3Rt10.80.MASTBRa
to
po non.
Lawtey. FU.H.I. and lh hnll.
ized at $1,000,000, belnorganized!\ eloctrio light line from Lawtey.building Bradford of .n I I It f that all per. of the Southwest Cast quarter of Northwest West of Rallro.d.an" I ,,,. <1r for fanh. all lnt* ..h of -- .
of ---
orprc -- '- -- .
'here. County, Honda to Starke, Bradford County sons. firms and named In thhi Southwest hal, all In Section qu.r.(101 J. Tl Rosier' ,eeiiiid In the RAtE
(
I Florida, to "act electric current .order if living or In existence, and .If d..a. two ((24> .r.. \. I i. 1)'ln., and helt. In Br.d'or -
NO'TICK! I IH hen' given tile I or not In .* ... all persona, .lalmlnar' on"lnlnl.hly4Iv. ., I "
I Madison-Jefferson County votes by to above named Tnwnnhli Six (Si, Twenty- 1..1.1 notice Is given that under and by
to show cause at Ihe time anil place herein- Interest blund... or through the def.ndanta.aforesaid acres more or 1_ Rn. Th. Went hfl of (hr North that flnnl di.. nf .. made
I $1,320,000 good road, bond issue. above ......1(10", If any they have why said deceased or otherwuw ; and all parsons do appear' to the said, of complaint on o. Boo tlnn Tnwnnhlp Flv. 'nnd entered nn the IHth.ilsv ..1.of September. ,

bonds should not be validuted and "confirmed. whomsoever, whoa, nam., ag. and residence "befor. the aecond bi' November A. 'D.UK" 1'wcnty.one Fail for the 10211. by ,. A 7 AilHns. .lililge: of I

Orlando-Bids opened for paving Dated this the 21st. day of Oct A. D. 1025.O are alleged .unknown to cpmplatnantund and In due course define and act aD inir aid, Judgment with coat*. the Cireult Court of the Eighth Judicial' Clft.
W. ALDERMAN. all persona whos. nam. I. alleged aaknown whatever Interest you and each of yon nay ,Signed) W. .1. .,"'1, In and for Bradford County. In
approximately GO miles streets. ISlo.n) Clerk Circuit Court' Bradford whoa .t"en. I beyond the State have to the above described I.n. or the ..A. fh.rlf of In lht certain ..u.. prmHnir ChnN..
County Florida. of Florida, may Intr.t In th.hereinafter said bill will b taken again I 1U.2-5MO.! as complainant, anil Filgar I... P I
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Panama City-$10,000,000 construction E. M. JOHNS. 10-23-4t-ll-18 d.e.lh p.r I rub Morn ,1' Martha Ctimmlngi.. 1. ,
Attorney for JValtlonerNOTICK thereof !> bl Bradford county IOU.I la further ordered that this order' be W Tl Cumit : .
.I.f
planned for St. Andrews -- .. lorida. described follow I ORDER FOR
program
-- published once a week for' four conaecutiv.weebly The undi.. 1..1 Master in said

Bay district,, for coming year. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED .Th.. Sutho. Quarter of Southweat quarter Issue* In the Ilradford County Tel'. In Circuit Court Eighth collar appo nted 11 decree will oai
tl\IIF.R 8F('TIO\ 575 OF THE "" ...S..n.n. ((17)) also blll.nin. graph n weekly newspaper of general eloulatlon Bradford County. Florida In Mod,,. the Second d.y of November. Iff*..
at of Southwest
I.ENFKAL STATUTES "r. published In Starke. Bradford County Clara Rent ComplainantIT duringth.. legal hnlira of aal. thereon, before.the
Sebring-City planinng to annexlIi11.1'tst .. section
avventeen (17)
Sulh. qu.rt. Florida rnilrt house door InSt.rke. County
.dfo.1
subdivision.Lake Notice I I. hin-by limit W. run feet thence South '8 degrees sell the .
wlvcn T Weeks WITNBSS the Honorable Judge of H Boa). Defendant Florle. following 0..1. I.no.
purchaser of Ta. Certificate No. 171. dated and AO mInutes East, about D82 .. Eighth| Judicial Circuit and th llrailford County. .. ,
0'f. It appparlnt by af f lilav tt t h
Cour. th 0.
Wales-Florida Scenic High the Srd. day of July. A. D 1(122.( has flll to the Northwest .ore. of J. W. Hutaonland olal seal of the Clerk aald bill filed In the sbove.ptaiaI, lilt, .lunt, bidder. for ...h. lo.wlt.'rho I
there
Southerly, along Weat lln. of eur
maid certificate' In my oWen and ha. made well hi. signature, this the oOctober Heal, the defendant therein, South half of the Northeast quarter of
lands Investment Co., purchases Lake. :,Application for tax died to issue In ..eoo.I."e.wl.h >ad| J. W Uutn'a. land about S20 feet, a A. D. 1925. Sr. dent nf the atat of Florida' Rtctlnn Six. Township Seven (7)). South

Inn for $100,000. I j law. Said certificate, embraces the fol thene. North. d. 80 mlnutea W.. (Seal) that cannot b Range Twcntynne 12.1. ) Fast and containing'
property, o process
view about 832 feet to the section lln.. thenc. hlm.el
i'lowing de-scribed property' situated In Br.d.ford O. W. ALDERMANClerk the of .. eighty acres, more, or leac.Raid .
I I County. Florida to-wlt : North half Northerly along Section line to point of betrlnnlng. Clrctttt Court. Bradford Count. It la ovr ordered mum that ; sale to be mad. pursuant and for th
an
Pompano-Large tract land within of Southeast quarter of /'Northeast quarter. Section Seventeen ((17) th.'o. satisfaction of said final' dnere with sod .
fendant and l Is hereby
city limits to be developed into sub. Section IH. Township 8, S. Range 22 East 21acres Also all of Southeast quarter of Southeastquarter Florid.. CREWS bill .complaint' .' ..' R M. JOHNS
of Section Klghteen (18), lying Eastof 101
'
Minter In Chancery.
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Solicitor for Complainant.1004t1080 Special
.
Monday of
I the day
S. A. L. h.fo.
division. IAI.o ,A. S. CREWS
Tho aald land being assessed at the date of Ralr.d 11)211.) otherwln the allevatlon (
the Issuanc. of such certificate In th. of the Northw.t quarter of Northwest Solicitor for Complainant ln.2-5t.10.llll.
nam. .. .
will h* taken cunfeaaed by
of Section Twenty ((20) All of the
Worth Construction begun .,Julia Goodwin.. Unless said ol.rter
Lake on certificate .h.lI. It I. further ordered that this .
Lake Park subdivision. I i be redeemed according to law. tax deed will | above bejnrf In Township Se.n (7)). South NOTICE OF APPLICTTIOS FOR TAX DEB fished one a week for four NOTICE OF FINAL DlftCIIARGBHlxty
$16,000,000 Range Twenty-two U2 Eaat
I.bail thereon on the 23rd. day of November. I ...... or I... containing L'NDKK SECTION .7. OF THE GENERAL In the Bradford County Tle" ..
ped from Florida ---Jdcmfwypp A. D. 11)25. 1111 more STATUTES. per piibllnhitd In said County days after. this dale, to-wlti on the
do to the bill of complaint ba-
I Witness my official signature and anal thla appear or or ThIs September. auth. 198BO 24th day of November. ll 28. I will preaentto
fore the second
d.10' A. D.
tho 17th. A. D. 1028 No..mb. 1020. the Honorable (Ion. A. (iardlner. County
d.10' October aa
Approximately 94,125 carloads produce -, W ALDKRMXN. iG. and In due course .' .u up what- Notice la hereby given that R. A. Green, purchaser W. luilge, of Ilradford' County. Florida, my
Clerk
shipped from Florida during I ever Intret you and each yon .1h.o / of Tax Certificate No 70. datedh. of the.
per. IS..1)) Clerk CircuIt Court. Bradford By C. chera and final aooounl. as executor
above described tb. I at. day of Jun. A. D. 1003 filed saId
iod l 1924 to July 30 192;;. County. I IBy I.n. or h. (SRAM 1n.t will, and filament of FmllD.. Saylsa.lrceaied. .
September
Flnrhl.1 I said bill will b taken aa "" agalnjtIt certificate In my office and has made application such
C. A. and ask to
.
for tax deed to issue In A 9 CREWS b .

Clearwater-$2,500,000 worth build' o.2S.5t-ll-2> Deputy Clerk. It Is further ordered that thla order bo with law Staid certificate embraeea "hr.; Solicitor for Complainant. ,This HUto1'the. 24th day of September, 1028.

published once a weak for four "aoneeontlvoveekly lowing deacribed property situated I.OUla H HILL
ing construction under way. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSSealed I Issues In the B..df.rd County T.la- ford County. Forid., to-wlt ELECTION Executor of the last Will sad

bids. will be received by the Board graph a weekly newspaper of general alraulatlon 1 lot UO It & 54 1-2 B W bounded Testament of Emily O. Baylea.

St. Petersburg-60,000 volt power of Bond Trustees. of Bradford ounty. Florida. I published In Stark., Dr.Mo" county, B by of W. K Ollasun. S bl.nd' oMrs. Hv the power vented In u-5-tt-l-20 dee.
line constructed-between this place'at the offici of the Secretary of the Board 1 I Florida Wiley. W by land of Hoyt Eat., la f the Htate nf Florida the : .
at Stance Florida unt': 10,011 o'clock A. M. WITNESS the Bonorabl. Judge of tho Stark. See. 28 Tp 8. S. K Z E.t tnietlon. of Bradford County. :

an1; Clearwater. of November l 18th.. A. D. 1925. and at that Eighth Judicial circuit and the official seal The said! land bejng aaeaced at th* date of rail an rlectlnn Ui be-h.ld In NOTICE 10 CITIZENS
tlm. publicly opened for th. clearing of an- I I of the Clerk of the said .. well a. i '
/.iff and Bradford
certificate In th. '
the touanc. of curb
mains .our. name o .I"I.I Notice la hereby given that at the next sea.
Dunedin-Water being ex proximately Nineteen. (IB) .e... of right ofway his .I"n..u. thIs the of OctoberA. Georgia Lak.r Unleaa said certificate eha tn determine .. not

tended; new type of fire plugs install. I on road from VanderbIlt School no..1 1825. b. .d.m.d according' 10 law tax deed will trlota or any two of them .h.1 slim the of the legislature of 'the (leneral or i.I.1 up
to road Five All work to be don. ."" ((1Ie.1)) request Town Coun.1
.
on the Oth. day of November. to il et thre* truiter
ir\if in down town section. I.u th..n .. of Florida. I a
to Bradford County Spcclflcatlona and under O. W. ALDERMAN.Clerk A. D. 1921.WITESS. nilllnire to b* ajwtemed In paid I..w.y. wil In.reu.
the supervision of the Engineering. Department Circuit Court, Bradford County authorising the luwn :ou..1 .
I d'atrfet Bald election to b
Taftlpa-$2.000OO; hotel 1 to be const of said county Each bid must be accompanied Florida.A. my official .I"n..u. and seal V.ivember Srd. .V2&. Town of t.awtey, Florida. to I.. 'rm lime
by a certified check for Five (8)) S. CREW3. 6h "10' ()othber. A. I). I loiN For tli of holding time. time warrants of ..' Town of alb
*
-t"d on Davis Islands. I per cent of amount of bid Said check to he Solicitor for Complainant. O. W. ALDERMAN. In .., ,,.ru. () W. R denomination aa the council seed fit bearing
'made payable to E. S, MatthewB. Chairman I 10- -4t-9-30 Seal) Clerk Circuit Court Bradford and :. Harrell i'I rate of Interest nut .\ce*>llng Big percent

Writer Haven-Boil icon! Corporation Board of Bond Trustees County. Florida 1..1.. per' annum and becoming due In auch

to The right .la .......d to reject any or all NOTICEIn By C. A. KNIGHT10V.Btll8 "For hi ldinir aafd,1 election In time and upon such condition as may be de.tvrmlniHl -
erect 7-story apartment corn .
by the to an amount not
vputlClu.k
Counel.
..': E M. K J. *
er Sixth Street and Howard Avce. Plans and specifications m.1be seen at IndKea .Inon.. mananni. exceeding, In the aggregate rive ThousandDollar.

the offle. of the Engineer.E.. Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Clr.ul For hnlil. Mid. election In ) .. For the ptipiios. of refunding the

Dania-City to spend approximately S. MATTHEWS Bradford ".onll/ Florida. In Ch.n..r. ORDER OF PUBLICATION 8. L Chan. outstanding Imlebtednee. of said Town and
I Chairman t.t.wla I.ot. m.natter*. for' th. purpose of Improving' the street of
.polntd .
$300,000 for municipal Improvements. C.A.FUTCH.Srcretary. J. H. Saxon In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial CircuitKradford The-va .I.to. be field the said Town of fjiwtey. Flnrlila And authorising
10-l -5t-U-ia Complainant house In each of the three and empowering the :Town Council
County._ Slate of Florida In Chan .. _. ... .
Brooksville-Fifty nsw dwellings to ... "--.1/-- -. -- L. W. ; ,, the Town or l.awtey riorum to .

be constructed.Palm !\oIfTIII' APPLICATION FOR TAX John Saxon at .1.! Alfred P.tt.rson lax sufficient from time to time on all taoable .
said Town for' th. sole pur.MM
II. B. WIGGINS
>ER SFCTIOV 579 OP Dpfmd.n. Complainant. prop"lIn
DEED ITNI
Bill T. load.. Quiet Till and Other flepretary r.I"n. the w.r.n. with their I.
Beach-7,000-a"re tract west THE GENERAL STATUTES Rmo. Relief r. t. .t. to ..lfl. by a vote

of It appearing from th. allegation of the Defendant. NOTICE OP APPLICATION qualified voter, of ( ef I,awtey.Horlile .
heP. Miami
purchased by; syndicate, Hereby notice Is Klven that J. M. Truby worn bill of complaint In the abov. ..auae.that It appearing by gmriavit appended to DEED SECTION And I will also .m.na th. Charter
lor $1,000,000. purchaaer of tax nates certificate numbered th. age and reslden. of the def.nd.nta, bill filed In th. shove-staled Ca.,.. that \' UNDER ,f the Town of Lawtey.. by the giving .

....p..U..11I1f, 191. 214 and 120 Issued l>* John Saxon. W. J. Dlxon. Anneto Dlxon. Fnward 1P. Pettenon. the therein GENERAL to th* town council the right to levy en
Panama City-Bay IHrbor Point to the Tax Collector of Bradford County ; C. Wynn. the 0..1. Stat. Buld.n. is a non-resld ff.rh.n. of Floridaand ..1 and p..n.1 property the nee aaary
dn Said certificate n"m..r.d77 "belna d.t-1 and Loan ., a she la n .' Apart- Notice ,la hereby given that M. ,,", of mil. to take car of the needs
b" developed as suburb of Panama ed July 2nd. 1017 and said certificate numb Florida Land and Imlgration Company, a menta. 8th and St.te. PortemouthOhio chaser of Tax Certificate No. .f ""'' ""
City. ered 101 belna- dated. July 7th. 1919. : corporation and Fdw.r N. Dlek.. I and I. over th. .". of twentyon.years 6th day of Auauat. A. D. 19U, B M. JOHNS
,and said, certificate numbered" 214 belna! living or In .. If dead or it .to th..efo.o.d.r.1 that said nonresident Ofrtlfloat in my .offlc and him l.mbr of Leiilslatur' from
dated AuKUnt 2nd.. 1020 and aald -certificate .1.I I In existence, th.n their helra. successors devisee. defendant be and to hereby require lion for tax deed to taau In HraifoeICouniu.Fla.
Miami-Land sales In this vicinty: numbered 120 "belnadated July ., legateea and assigns are all unknown i I to appear' to the bill of complaint filed in law. SaId ..rtifi..) embrace .I.IOt.t.J.

totaled recent 60. certlflcatea In and there .la corporation or Monday, the Snd, described .d In TO CItIZENS
$2,300,000 during 2nd.. 1923 and h.. filed sid no person fr or I of. P.o.ll.Itu.t. NOTICE
"v..be A. 1018. otnerwtoe tb
I *
day office and have made application fort In the State of Ft.. t"m.I.n.nt. ty. Florida, towit I
period. I tax my deed to tustie In accordance with law. the ..r.l. of a subpoena upon whom would .. bill will b. taken .eon.foased 4nnth one-third of B Notice la hereby given lo the eltlsena ef

t Knid eertlfeatea respectively embraces th. hind the said defendant. anil that I la be- by said de.nd.nt toutheaat quarter of Northea.it Bradford Coun'l"I.rl".. that I at the re
C'ooD-60.To. eddation to be builtto following lands In Bradford County Florida ll.v.d by the complainant that the named It to further ord..d thto. order be pub.Ibhed West quarter of Northeast q.. ,' .. of the Hoard of County Comml>*>lonra

Hotel Brevard.SebringPlans I assented at the date of the Issuane. of such defendants a,. Interested In the property Involved n week for four eonseeutlv. af ant quarter and Northwest nu. Bradford ('"unllFiori..... will Introduce 5

I I certificate. In the namea respectively her.- In thl suit and complainant allcgea sues in the Bradford Couaty T.lp" a east quarter and West qu.n. hi In the next session of th. L"I.la.ur

;; -; ; ; I Inafttr particularly forth. to-wlf that h. does not know and by dlllgant search i newspaper published In said quarter of Northeaat quarter { .,. or Special of the State .,u..
under way for con- P Certificate No 177 embraces Northeast. and Inquiry has been aae ruiln I I II quarter and Northwest qu.r Iuth..I.ln., th. Board of County -
14, defendant S''i October Ird. lit. .niarter and West half Bradford County Florida lo laaue.nil
Section of
whether
Park -
i-trjuing 300-room hotel at quarter of Southeast quartet any rh :
Ri I Township 7. S. Rang. 20 East 40 acres, assessed dene Is alleged (la .... I I I ALDERMAN. i iI of floiithweat q"a."Uon sell not more than 8 1009.00 .worth of
lee.: 19..n) Clerk CI .I.W Court. Bradford of County to bear Inter.
Unknown.Certificate or In .x"t.n. or not. ..nd It I 4. .. / I South Range. 22 l..t. tOO acre lmo w.rr.n. .10
I County. FloridaBy of si cent per annum for
No.9a embraeea Southeast the complainant' 'In hi. sworn bill of complaint I aald land being aaaentwHf at raw p.
anil Installing an
C.A. KNIGHT. T. .
Winter Haven-Plans preparing for quarter of Southwest quarter. Section S. that h. believe ther. ar. persona Interested th ..... of such evrtlflcat purpoa. of purchasing the Court lloi.se ste.pl I."trk. .
clock l In
construction of modern business block Township 7. S. Rang. 22 Eaut. 40 acre., assessed In .aid property Involved In thla Deputy Clerk of Unknown. Vnlmmn paId .. .1..r.. Ur.ford County I'lorlia And auth.
Unknown. suit whose name and aye and wbos. real I D E. kNIGHT redeemed according to law tax of bounty Commission*
Board
on F.-st Central Avenue.iearwater5,000pjnes. Certificate No. 214 .mbracea Northeastquarter denc la unknown to complainant : and In aald Solicitor 18.-4t.10-80 for Complainant sue thereon on the tad day of ",, .In"levy Bald a tea of not more than one mill on
bill relief .fa prayed against auah known and D
of Southwest'quarter. 1020. ., all of the texahl
Northwest quarter
of on
( and palmsto ,[ Section 23. Township 8. 8. Bang. unknown pomona flrma and eorporattone. (Seal) Witness my offfrfal, .Ian.'u. II.' .lIa real and and mixed pro"rd I'
I "rn.1
he 10 acre.. assessed Swallow. A Hop- : It to entered that nil the 20th of September. county for twa .. th. sole purpose of
planted In new Bella ire Estates 22 East. ..IJ.n'corporationa named* In : NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Hiring the warrant. with their
In..t
sub,liviaion.Mascotte. kins.Certificate or In existence and If d_ DEED UVnBK SECTION 8T8 OF THE O. W. ,'"| nrrnfs to h* payable Aprl .
Lota 2. S of ItfIO.O
embraeea i Clerk Circuit
No 120 .. all .nn.. firms I I GENBUAL STATUTES ( and 01000 00 I. "
Siib-nivtalon. of Northeast I 192. Ap.1 lVlf.
; Block 41 L. T. re/a corporations claiming' any .. by. under R JOHNS
-O.'ty: instrJl twenty q".r of Northeast quarter. Section' I or through the defendant. .foald >to-1 Notice I. hereby given that M Squire. pn. By C. A Member of the Florida Legislature ,,0

additional street light 28. t. 8 Range 22 Eaat a.s.s..dw. ,I ..0. not In ..Ioan. or oth.. and chaser of Tax Certificate No. 101. dated Ii.h.I .. O-f-St-lO-SO Bradford County.

B. 8n.ll.Unleea .n. whom..1''. w .. ., and Ith day of AuBmat. A. D 1918 Iu filed said, /

Tampon Sprlgn-pjm; Harbor Pack. said ..Ife.'" shall b. .d.I residence ..alleged t be unknown t complainant 1 certificate In my office .nd has appllea. NOTrJ or APPItATON VOTICB TO TUTORS AND CRJDIOR
.will haue and all whneo to alleged with
according, to law. deed th..a persona I Ion for tax do to tosu In .M I. hereby given that .
Votlce
VNnJR IKtTHJN .
ing houses D whose beyondthe -..- -- ---.. .., -- .
to open for seeson's pack on the 18.lh. day of November. A. 12. as Irno. .'d.n. i I law Bain e ..u.,5 -- ---- _. ."_. ,. _. ill.trlbiitee. and all persona having
ing. October and State of Florida that may or ..Intereated described property, situated In iJrvllorJ Coun '. drai.ao. against. th. eat.t. ef S.lll.

10th. Witness) day m.of official July. A.signature D. 1>25. .1 thl I In th* hereinafter described prop.rtr ., Iy. Florida towlttNortheMt Kotle I. hereby given th.t M .._,_..._or_. .* --J_. .__._ .k..k.-.--. ....... ,
th. 1'h nr any part thereof lying and being In quarter of Southeast quarter. if Tax Certiriea No. l .mu nreaent the same duly ...h.ntl. to
.h.
St. Augustine.Lgrge: water storage G. W. ALDERMANSeal Bror county Fo. deaerlbud fol-i I _\0. 1. Tw. 8. South Rang. I Real. 40 day of A..t. A F>. 1U2(>. .. undersigned wl.h. pne year t"l. no

tank beir.g constructed West King ( ) Clerk the Circuit Court. Bradford : *, certificate In my office and haa will| be held th.t. And .
a The East of Southwest quarter of I I date ., required
Stn County. Florida. hl The amId land being Inn for tat deed to lsu In ore Indebted to said .t.t.
et.Center. C. A. KNIGHT. Northwest qu.. : The North b.of Nor.I .. ...of aueh ..-. n.m. aw. Plaid certificate emhracea ? 'their said d.h. t the executor' forwlth.This .
By weat quarter Southeast quarter Unknown. Unless aald jrrtlfl.ate shall' >* deaartbed prnpertr situated September .
Hill-:Tentative; plans under 10-l -St-ll-lS Deputy Cl.rk. I Thre. HO) of H. S.ion's sub-division of theRnuthe.t redeemed according to law. tax deed will Issue ty Florida te-wft J. C. POPPFLL

Wa quarter ef S.t_quarter all I thereon on the 2nd ".Y of No.. -. A. Northeast quarter of Nnrt".o il 0.5). R._
for constructing $100,000 Oak In Section Twenty: (20). Seven (1) O. 1925. Went half of East half .

Terraco Hotel.C'learwatel'New. NOTICE G'ARPUALB Of MIN. South Range Twenty-two (IX) Eaat.do Witnes., my official signature and seal thto .f Nnrtheast quarter ... ../* TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS
ORS LANDS appear to the bill of complaint or "I the 214th day of September, A. D. 192*. .f Northwest 'a.rt.and.on.W.t : I II NOTICI Is .hereby given that all .
.the .e ond day of Novmbr A. O. O. W. ALDBHMAtl of _h..t nu.rt.r ef Nole. dlstrlbnteca end .11 I persona having

ice cream manu to hereby gN. that to-wIt' : and In d". *O.IM dafln and at ojp what. Clerk Circuit Court. RradtjrdCounty. I hal West of 1mitlfrt q". : against\ the ratal of Jon,. Hail d*>
h.1 ,
facturing plant being constructed on Not. daY of No .mh.r. n2a. I the D. vr mtevsart which y.n and .Mb of you {I ,1..Ma. anat .., Section '2. T"D r... hereby required t prevent their I
Vh. R ( m.1h.v.. I the above de.rlb I.. or BY C A. Range S2 Fast. 120 acre*. authenticated to nnderslg-ned
Park Street. issr'osvd"idv; v said' will b taken .onf t' 'will b held
the 10-2-51.10-80 Deputy Clerk Th. said land being ..'as'l at : One Year or this o *
Dial and Ethel V. D.I. Minor. against you. I he h tianac of s .co .xertlflr-nte .thereto and all .nn. Indebted t
C. apply to the Ronorhl. 0. It la further tht Into order WI 0' Unknown. Unla. aid e.",.. r..r required. their ..
BILLS PAID BY SCHOOL BOARDTransportation I Wi C.rdn.r.! County In.... of Bro" published one* a .. f. fou*oiUMntlvwevkly NOTICB TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS adeemed ,eeordm4 to s> a, tat to .. A Jmlnlalrator forthwith

at hi. offIce In Cu. .. the oaa'l1. .- I, creditor. sue thereitn .. the 'ha nd day This led day ef September 1.21.WILLAM.
all ;
CouuY. "lo.ld. weekly of tlrI I Notice l< HAL
a newanaper ; 0 I D
__.::::::::::- __un___. f too 01 order. In to sell. to.at of..'.Stark.,'.. fp th. nlh .r."h... Dabllh ta Start, Bradford. county legate, .. ; person having of .W. lr ny tit lolal' s'linan'.r. .. 1..1 ...
>., claim. r he eetat .
J hln. a.----- 2781.60 Inter-t of saId M.no. In i .n' .1. Jiiih lar of Sspuniier' \ n
>ard, Service .___ __.__.?? 14.40 tt. and. destined lands to-wlt. NorahweatQuarter WITNESS the Honorable /udg. of th* J. Jon.. d.h.tl/ requlfaxl. .. O W. OF SPECIAL I FC.ISLATIOV
*.<" Suit _._ .VJL_..-__-___ taboo of th. Southwest Quarter. Section Eighth Judicial Circuit court and the effU i I present th* Mm. .Florida to Clerk Circuit Cu. ".b.NOTrl Iv. to given, that at the special ..
Of- ,. Ineldentala .11" ____n.u___. JI.UI dt. Sonth Rfl5. 10 B-t- slat seal of the Clerk of the said eourt. a. I County JudaS of Bradford County Cntp. ef the I...I.I.u.of the State of Flor
Refund to Central Fla. Traeher.. Aaso. i 10 00 (13 To..hlp being from their well aa hla thla th* srd. day of I, his offIce In the aoorthooM. In the hereof town :' By C .be noldea during the month of No
Interest
rgal Service -_""""_.__"__" 8 25 .. A. J. Dial. Ih.r.0. OeM,., A DI" Dura within 11 mn.h.In from O-t-lt-lO-IO "" .. A. I). lOll a bill will b* Introduced
Board Incldeiiuia ___________.._ .___ 'I1) fath. undieIdcd inter,. of ealdmlnov'e 'Seal'1) this notIce will t* II l.r .. .. for the extenalon and enlargement

foicrd Incldentala -.-------. ..---. 2005 Also a In on.nlnth the followln. de.arlbed lan.le to. a W. ALDBBJUW. .1 parson Indb't .10 the' un4rHlgned ..- MASTERS SALE tb* power and ..nt.of th' hoard .f Bond
Printing seas Qnart.T of the North.weal. Clerk CI.al Bradford County to per .. f."wlt t ., of .. Florida: .uthoH-
-------------- --- --- wit the .
Boa... Incidentals n______.____.. t.11'Ant""n :. and u.hwe of th No.t.nr.r Florida. Adla October. 192.. la hereby given that and .npowerlng ..1< Board of 8.0
S.b. Distrletc I of .la the N.t"h Quart.v 0' the A. S CREWS.Solicitor The "1 a NOr ., .In final d. to (sane Bonds a not

Moor. Jaaitor ._u___. 1700 ., Quartr 01& In SectIon (1$). Tow.- for Cpl.I..nt EULLA JON. .Io.made and rendered Fear Hundred Fifty Thonsend Dollars
J Bradford Coenty: Bank. Note ____ 4a.00 louhw EaniS 10 t .10 on.ninth 10.14..1 Adl.lar. .o li.. br Honorable A. the xtenalen and Improvement *f the
Bradford County Bank. hit. .u. T.78 .hlp (7)0giI.4ded a..h In.t "Ioa U-a".I.l7 .Jons d- CIrcuit Court. In and aratem of S.aMn.1 County. sad

Jk of Surke. Transfer. ____._u 1 80 Grandfatbe'. .- County. Florida. In that certain .. special act passed al the regular
T' Lwthou. Teaching 11800 from lying and being NOTICE MASTBB'B U. Brdo' County Hank, a 0" of the .. A. D 19U -J"W-
2 Belle Ws.u%. Teaching --u:::::: ItO) land aituat. and suntalnlng In all Zlhty. I.U. J. Y ScOtt and .0. for a bond Issu. la the ... *f Two Hen-

I Maad Miteh.ll. Teaching--- ._n____ 78 00 CuotlForda. e. In Ceort. Blgktk Ch.. H. notto* 6TS' T"tfcat nejer a r.. defendant. the u.lnld.. Fifty Thousand Dollars.
J Florence ....tlM.... Teaching ..__ 8800 ., -18.. nrnt J.ta. ,. that *ert.TBf1nal *""** .'.? wl Mil for p. E. KNIGHT
1r... T. i. Alderman. Teaching2800 Tbl de o A. J. DTAL 1..f.. Co F. CIr. des. esade .. the 1Mb day ..1September. beat .. front of the court Senator I Ith DkrtrkrlRepresentative

J Jolasa Mrewnv _kin, .___.___ 28MStark. G.*rdaa! 1.Cpla.t aa. .. A' Z. Adkln Je'' la Stark.'Bradford County. -' Snil"fn'SSf'

onrU.*. T..lllnC ."___" ...." 1...1t Clrcolt C.r. A f h Eight. J..llci.l day the tad. day ., NevecBber, E. jvnnay

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BRADFORD COUNTY TKLHGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA / FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1925.
PARR RIGHT .
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rtfdncounty;; :::;I 10 acres In Sec. 34-6-22. | relatives Sunday morning.Mr. (Continued From Fan S)

j : Telegraph J. I.. Harvey and wife to It. B. Sager : [ and Mrs. U W. Sowell, of UQ Powell Turpontln. Co. .__.__ __ Turpontln. Operator ___ Oct. 1. lVU Orb I, 1.2661.00 has
In S c. 14-5-22. Okeechobee, have moved here. We HI Goo. W.I".IICht .___ M.rah."t __ 0"" 1. 192' Get 1, 112S_ Lto 1.51
I 10 acres 142 L, Biggo" Phr.lolan (). 1 Oat 1926 10.50
6,00
: ==- = J. F. Hayes and wife to Molley are glad to welcome them. 143 ::."D. WIII. Realty- -o7 ::::.-____ R..1 F.taW- Broken- -. :-:-. ...:::::=: Oat. 1: m Oat t: 192610.00: ...
f' t Published weekly and entered as Green 42 acres In Soc. 30-5-21. 1 I Mrs. II. O. Howard and children, 166 C. L. P.k a Son ___ Reai Eotal8 Brokws. Oct 1. 1'2' Oat 1. 1026.10.00 L"
141 PHk Roalt7 Co. _______ Real Eolate Broken ___ Oat 1. lVU Oot. 1. lV211.... 6.N
'r second class matter at the post I Ij Mnlley Green and wife to D. E. Margee, Eurie Alvin and R. B. were 141 A. J. Thomas ___._____ Rust iAtete Brok.rs _ ___ M.p 1. lvn Oct. 1. 1921... .... LN
; Knight 42 acres in Sec. 36-5-21. .In Starke Wednesday afternoon. 147 J. W. Edw.... 00 ____. _____ TurponUn. Operator .--.-- O"t. I. IV2' Oct 1. lva'---lO.CMt 1....
i office :Starke, Florida. I F. F. Sheriff W. J. of Starke HI Shop Flit _____________________ Morah..t _ _______________? Oat I, lVU 001.. 1U2S... LOO ....
__=-' B. C. Buck and wife to Epperson, I4V W. M. Edw.... _ ___ M.t Deal.r __ ___------ Oct. 1. lVU Oe& 1. 1t28... LOO 1.55
(j R. .. MATTHBW8_______________OwMfc Flume and Edna B. Thomas 30 acresin was ill our burg Monday afternoon. 110 Spoiled C. B. Ro"rta__ __ ___ ____._ Merchant __ _________ Oct I. lVa4 Oat. 1, 1926aN eIM L86lel
and little
BOBINiON__________M.n.tla. E1UI. Sec. 12-3-22. I II I I Mrs. Carrie Ingraham son J. M Trashy ?_ ______ Turpo"U" Operator _____ Oct I. lVi' Oat. 1. ...-- .... 1....
,ir, I. C. I II i I R. R. Thede et als to J. II. Moore Hugh, Jr., of Ocala and Mrs. E. T. 1111 W. E. Torode __._...... D.n. .is' _________ flat 1. 1t2' net 1. 1926.4.55 L86
I Stewart and son, Paul, of Brooker, ,,114 D. O. L. H.ln. M..Iua _ __..........______ Oct. 1. lva" Oat. I, 1851.-. I.... .....
FRIDAY ; Blk. 15 in Lawtey. 1111 w.... aitoh Co. _____ M.roh.,," __ __ __.______ Oct. 1. lUat Oct. 1. lVU___ S.\II 1.111
t I PUBLISHED EVERY | L and wife to oseph were here Friday afternoon with their lIe W..... Rlteb Co. __ ................ TurpoaU" Operator ______ Oct. L IVU Oct I, 1921___ 10.00 111,0Il
; John Harvey Muster I Mrs. R. P. Lewis. 117 Glo" Modleln. Co. ___.! ........... M..hel"o Hawkers ____________ 0L 1, IV24 Oat 1. 1926.__ 11.00
,: Goodman 20 acres In Sec. l'J-5-22. lee B. F. H..n a Co. _._. Merchants Oct. 1, lV24 Oct 1. lVal___ SOIl 1.10
SUBSCRIPTION RATE N. D. Wainwright and wlfa to R. Cliff Kelley and sister, Theo, spent llV A. S. C..... __ _ __, Lawyer __ _ ____?_ tkt I. lV2' 0.6 1. 1926.10.00 1.0Il
the week end at Brooker with 'their 110 L. L. Joh... __ M.ralua _ .- Oct. 1. 1924 Oct. I, Ival__ S.O' 1.1It
f Per Year '1',50J W. Mills 40 acres In Sec. 10622. I
Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
___________________ 'F1Ito i Clara E. Rollins et als., to D. W. grand-parents Mott. Report af Lleenw 10...... b7 the ,.. Coll etot Bradford County. dupll".1Aoa of whie h ..... b..n filed with the County Judge
J Six Month Alvarez 4 acres in Soc. 21022. I fur Ih. period besinning on the Sint day at Jun.. A. D. IV21. .nd .radios on the .Oth dap of Jun.. A. D. 1128.
---- I Robert Matthews. et ala. to R. A. Our school Is progressing! a long ,
Green I acre In Sec. 33620.C I'Mine under the management of Prof. .....no. TO WHOM GRANTED FOR WHAT PURPOSE PERIOD OF LICENSE Total A.t. 0No. -
Prom WII.a T. When .0 C..n4
L. Peek and wife and Austin T. B. Pinhoster of Brooker.

< to J. H. Ritch 270 acres in Sec I Buddie Russ of Brooker, was look ..161 F. C. HolII""w..rlh ___________ Heal Estate Broker ________._ June I. 1926 Oct. 1 I. 192100 1.00 1.110
.atn.'y last ,,182 Hno.'uloh Co. __________________ kval I Eotate Brok.r _______---- June I. 1021 Oct 1. 1U21____ 1.00 1.111
,J Jfi, ::1C, 30 31-1-22, 23. log after buaines here one day is6 W. J. Bln.on __ __ ___ _____?_ Moot v..I.r __ -___ __ Juno 12. IV21 Oot. 1. IV21_ 1.10 1.21
i I J. II. Hitch and wife to C. L. Peek i, week. 18. D. W. B. Parke ...___________ Phy.lci.n __ __ ____--------__-yrt: _:_ Oct. I. 1024 Oot. I. IV26____ 10.00 1.00

,: -70 icrcs in SUBS. 25, 36, 30, 31-4-22 I Mr. Gid i Howard and sister, Miss I 160 186 J.Dr....W Hot., B...,Parka. _-:::::::===::=::: 10,01 R..I: :!::::: Broker Broker :: ::::::=______?: June Jun. I: m: gt: 1 1: m::::: 500 6.00: 2.00 8.00:

1 23, Ellen Howard, of Fair Bank, spent 1.7 L. A. Brown_ ________________ "o"t Llf. in.unna.- June I I. 1926 Oat. I I. 10al____ I.IS
0 I., and wife to J. W. Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. 11! II1! 180 W E. Dav4, ___________________? Real Eotate Broker __ _________.___________ o.t. I. IV24 Oot. I. IOaln__ 10.90 1.00
L Uedenbaugh lee DUM.n R..ltp Co. _____.___._ keel Eolate Broker 00 _____.____________ Juno I. 1025 Oct. I. IOa6____ 1.00 1,10
\\IL t""I"n" 33 acres in Sec. :28-7-22.: I Howard. 170 J. L. Fran, __ ____________ L...... _________________________ Oot. I. 1924 Oct I. IV26___ 10.00 1.00
John II. to W. C. Wunder.liih Mrs. I W. of Graham 171 C. H. Pri..t A L. O. Joh" ___ Real Eotate Broken Jun. 1. 1\121 Oot. I. 1921___ 1.00 1.10
Garnscy Mr. anti Dyal -
I 1.11 E. J. Dowling _ _______.__. 8.1. SI.bl. __ __ __ __00__________._ Oet. 1 I. 192. Oct. I. 1025____ 16,00 111,111
t .I'Iu. 49J4i ct uJ*., 80 acres In Sec. 23, 23- ,i spent Thursday her> with their 171 Dr. O. W. Brown __ .__.____________ Phyeo"! __ __ __ __________.________ Oot. 1 I. 1024 Oot. 1. IVal____ 10.00 1.00

'1 (Membership in !National highway (1-22. . i parents, Mr.: and Mrs. _J..W. Lewis.
it .It ; i A_eenMBtiunlCUAI'E ___._____. -Emma: Stmer and husband to JohnII. Mrs.\ J. W. Lewis and children spent I Report ot LI..no... issued bp the Tu Collector, B..dford County duplicates 01 which have boon filed with the County Jude.for .
u GurnKey 100 acres in Sec. 23, 2116.22. ({ Sunday with Mrs. R. P. Lewis I the period .b.ginning on the first day 01 July A. D. 1926 sod ending on U... 11.t. d.y of J017. A. D. IV21.I .

I Mr. and Mrs. Eleck Lewis !Mr. and ;
CKOWINO IN BItAiI' )- < I Ueono. TO WHOM GRANTED FOR WHAT PURPOSE PERIOD OF MfENSE Total At. D..
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I' T J. N. Townsend. and wife to A. Z. Mrs. Ed Lewis and chrildren, Mr.\ J. W. ,I N. From Wh.n T. When Utate County
SUCCESS
( SPLENDID:
: FORD AdkinH tract in Sec. 11, 12620. I and R. P. Lewis all\ spent Sunday i --

1' 11. Willis and wife to A. Z. Ad. lit Luke Butler with Mrs. Ohio An. 171 Mr. LouUe Williams .________ Merchant _______.________ Oct. 1, 1924 Oct. 1, 1926.__ S,00 1.60
A. J. Swartz who \lit bocom.ng 12620. I' ITS W. H. Moor -_____ Kretaurant ___________ __ July 1. 1926 Oat 1. lll-'S-__ 3,60 1.2S
'', kins HO acres in Sees. 11, drews. 176 O B CoUon 00_____.________ Merchant ____________= ____ Oct 1. 1924 Oct. 1. 1926.___ 8.00 1.64
known n/ the grape king of the county Omio Adkins to A .Z. Adkins tractin Mr. Fleck Lewis, R. P. and J. W.

through his suuuemt in growing Sec. 11, 12-0-20. I I and Eddie Lewis all spent Sunday Report Ltoeiue l u ued by the Tex Collector. Bradford County duplicate of which have been filed with the County Juilirn
Concord icruprn on his place northwestof II. S. Adkins and wife to A. Z. Ad- afternoon visiting friends and relatives I for the IJ buvlnnina: : the, first I day of Aumut;; A. D. 1026, ana ending on the SUt.day of August. A. D. 1926.Lle.n. *
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Lawtey, utartol 1 in on Interview kins tract in Sec. 11, 12-6-20. in Starke aDd Lawtey.
: a few days ago that judging from the T. J. Alderman and wife to C. L. No... TO WHOM GRANTED FOR WHAT PURPOSE From PERIOD When OF To"LICENSE h.D Total SI.I.AM"eoan&7 D..

i I demand for grape vines for trans Puck and J. II. Ritch 40 acres in ___ I Ii117

planting there will be a considerable Sec. 25-4-22. : Jim 0.,11. __ _______. Candy Stand _ ____________. Au". I. 1921 Oct. I. 1V21____ 2.10 1.11 I
acreage in Bradford county within a C. L. Peck and wife, J. II. Ritch and -... k.f 178 Gusty Th.et.r _ ______________ M""ln" }.I"' .... __ __ __ __?_______ 001. 1. Iva4 Oot. I. 10al__ 10.00 S.Oll
y Ilia stock for sale is being 179 Robinson a Vemo..t _.____ Bill Posting _ _____________ Oct. 1. 11/24 001. I. 1021___ 1.00 1,10
few years. wife to G. A. Collins 40 acres lit l Sec. =-E Y-- IMO Bedford Cal Abstract Ca ___ Ah.tnaton 01 Till. _______ Oot. I. 1024 Oct. I. 1026__ 10,00 SOll
; rapidly. depleted. by tho constant demand 25422. list D. E. Knight _________ L.wy.r ________ __ ____________.______ O"t. 1. JVU Oot. 1. 1921__ 10,00 1.00 j
for vines Mr. Swarta stated, __ MEAL I, let L. R. G.tnop _____________ Merchant -_ Vet. I. 1024 Oct 1. IV21___ 8.00 1.10
e Tax Decal to L. II. Hill 15 acres in 14( People Grocery Co. ... MerchantAgent. _ _____________ Oct. I. 1924 Oct. 1. 1925.__ .00 1.60
orders being filed for Jan delivery.Mr. Sec 12-5.22; 10 acres in Sec. 25-5-22;;> 184 L. O. Jon.> ____._ I".ura"u.... I. 1925\ Oct. 1. 1926__ 1.25
Swarts la positive in his statements I 185 W. 'I''. Flncher _________..... kcal Eolal. Broke ?._____________ Aug. I. 10al Oct I. 1926.__ (,00 S.50X.60
40 acres in Sec 13.5.22.Tax WRIGim 189 M. G. Lanaford _________ Real Eatmt Broke .,___-.-...?.___?____ Aug 1. 1926 Oct I. 1925... 500
,j. that the soil of Bradford court- Deed to L. H. Hill 10 acres in 187 E. M. John .....____. I..wyerrtoitaumnt.- __ __ _____... .......... Oct. I. 1924 Oct. 1. 1926_ 10.00 (.00
ty Is Ideal for the growing of grapes, Sec. 16-5-22 10 In Sec. 1811 A. B. William' __.______ ____,_ __ __ Oct. I. 19J4 Oct. 1. 19a1___ 10.00 (.00
; acres 16.15.I ____.. .__ ........_ __ _
1 I 189 D. C. Jon. ------ Bottling Work . ..__ Apr. 1 I. 1925 Get 1, 1921 6.00 S.60
1 1 and that for the amount of money in- 22; 20 acres in Sec. 18-5-22. i food do I 190 Floyd Green __ __ ..____...____.._.- Lawyer--------,_-..._________ Apr. I. 19J5 Oct. I. IVal._. .00 '.10
: Misted and labor employed, there la | Tux Deed to( C. E. Miller and C. R. I I makes your you
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nothing else being grown here that Lawrence 40 acres In Sec. 14822. | more good. Report of Licensee loud by the Tax Collator.. Bradford County duplicate of whlc h have been. filed with the County Judge
r J I pays a higher profit. Us I crop for the Tax Deed to J. C. Robinson 2 lots Note how it relieve for the period .beginning on the tint day of September A. D. 1925, and ending on the 80 in day of September, A. D. 1926.

_ ..1'1.) I pant two seasons was trucked to in Starke, in Sec. 28-6-22. that stuffy feeling

-(>. 1 I Jacksonville and Gainesville.\ Mr. .i 1' M. W. Griff. and wife to E. C. Grif-I after hearty eating. Lleetue 10. TO WHOM GRANTED FOR WHAT PURPOSE From PERIOD When OF To LICENSE When Tetal Slat A.County" Da.
j ': Swart nicking the trip to both towns .fin tract in Sec. 11722. Sweetens the
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in one day. Disposing: of the crop was I I I G. C. White and wife W. M. Wain- breath removes f 'I I No Licen** 100.....
1, easily made and at prices that noted''' right to E.: and H. C. Rodgers 40 j food particle ,w '

I l' him a good (profit. acres in Sec. 4622. from the teeth I We. Geo. A. Gardiner County Judge and E. W. Hayea. Tax Collector of said County do certify that the foregoing I a. correct.Given .
I' 1 I gives new vigor under our band and< Official Seal of County Judge., thin 80th. day of September. A. D. 1925.
; in this section C. R. D. Jones
The Concord grape Jones and wife to C. ? GEO. A. ,
tired GREEN
to nerve I
t Is ready for the market four to five : Iota 2, 4, 6, 8, Blk. 22 in Starke. | (Seal) County Judge E. W. RAVES.
-I 1 : weeks ahead of any competitor, giving 1 J. L. Harvey and! wife to N. D. fresh Comes clean to you and I Tax Coll..torThChar1es

'I) : the growers a clear field to dispose ofI'rnetlcnlly VVtrkhefoer 6 acres in Sue. 16522. lull 8awral. ..
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I"" : e their entire crop before Lillian V. Limbaugh and husbandlto I
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_ competition would tend to lower the J. F. Kickliter, Jr., Iota 1, 2, 3 tract I
prices somewhat. Mr. Swartz stated 'A-B blk. 24 in Stark in Johns addition. |
'I e!I that one dealer in Jacksonville hand William Stores
4 !II
_ led all his crop that he carried there, 10'. A. Morgan Sr. and wife to John :

_ .( and could not supply the demand. I|,II. Grcss 80 acres .in Sec. 5722. >
Although he realizes good prices T. J. Alderman and wife to L. G. New York City

,,: though his present system. of market Powell Blk. 3i( in Starke in L. T. and I'I | 1 ail .

', log, Mr. Swartz started. that I\a soon '!'I Co' Sub Div. j l : from
as the number of growers in this section 1 L. C. Powell to T. J. Moore 40 acres Jp

l'\;, I Increase to where car lot shipments ''I in Sac 36-5-21. I Is Your Health Slowly S a'
: can be made to larger markets, I W. S. Futch and wife to D. B. No- t e

the growers would! realize more from jlan 38 acres in Soc. 24721. Slipping AwRy: ?

", .. ; their vineyards. Many of our citizens\ I May Brannen and husband to D. B.
t have been to :Mr. Swartz' place and Nolun :31 I ( acres in Soc. 25721.: this '
: II I, were impressed at the showing he has I G. A. Collins and wife to C. L. Starke People Advise You to Act .. @talltg
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4.:; 'mode in the fu years he has been there. Peek and J. H. Ritch 40 acres: in Sec. Time. ? A

,. a It Is well wort hthe time of anyone .23.4-22.; Is health
failing making y.iu uneav*
1 \ interested In a new crop to see Mr. S. D. Wills. and wife to A. W. Tobey ,I and unhappy Art you vied weak
Swnrti and to iro over his vineynrl.IIKALTY \. 220 acres in Sec. 23721. and dispirited Suffer daily uackach

:, t I! | II. S. Waller and wife to A. J. Dryden I and stabbing, rheunmuc \ringes1 and lave 4l
f TRANSFERS i: 20 acres in Sec. 20721. i iZIKF I II Then look to your kidneys! The kidneys -
blood-ftltor,
; tJtS. are the (Vice they
John Fornyth Norman tract I weaken, the whole system is upset. !
In Sec. 3il-5-21. You have dizzy spells, headaches and i.
t G. M. Inman and wife to Lake Kings- !Mr. and Mrs. Eleck Lewis of Lake- urinary irregularities. You feel all l
.;''.t 1\ t ley Development Co. 40 acres In Sec. land spent several days here last week worn-out. Use Doan's Pills. --a stimulant ? I I
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80-6-22.:! with Mr. J. W. LewU and Mr.\ R. P. diuretic to the kuli...ys. Thousands one t
la
recommend Uoati' Her
R. B. Prevatt and wife to John Lewis and Mr. and Mrs.\ J. B. Thomas.We Stark

Trcvatt S3: acres: In Soc. 2722. are sorry to report that little Mrs. proof C L :Underfill!, Cherry saysi;

} Mrs. Emma Richard to Vonda In- Margoe Howard was on the sick last "When I sat down, I had tn brace my I
II man 40 acresln Sec. 36622. week. We hope she will\ soon recover. i i arms in order to get out of a chair. I
II. C. Richard felt tired and I hnd to hold something //i
I and wife to VonJa Mr. G. W. Hasen of Brooker, was over the country people depend
., Ednman acres in Sec. 35-6-22. looking after business here Thursday. '! to keep' from falling IJ an's PilL

I : D. J. O. Green and wife to R. A. Mrs. C. Mott of Brooker spent I from trouble.Mitchell's" Drug Store cured the> upon The Charles William Stores Many of our orders are

f Green 80 acne in Sec. 4720. Saturday here with her daughter, :Mrs. I Price ilOo. at all dealers. Do.t Catalog for their daily needs. Farmers, the

A. L. Green and wife to R, A. C. S. Kelley.Mr. \ 'I simply a>k for a kidney reml'dy-m business men, housewives, factory shipped: same day

\ N; I Green 1(10 acre la Sec. 4-7-20. '. Geoage River, of Jacksonville Doan Pills-the tame that Mr*. ... all have found that the tremendous they are received'workers. : '
Chns. William Johnson Underhill had. Foster-Milburn: c.. -
and wife and Parrish Crews of KeystoneHeight hour service
,i to Kra:ik J. Kaphell 11 acres in Sec. *, were here with friends and Mfrs.. Buffalo. N YFine saving they can make, in the $

0 23-8-22. running of their households with this

M Steve Kowatch and wife to Steve "'......Y..taft. Wale.1t. .srwaaJi-.Jar. l i. .-,_ big book, is so great that it makes a big and ractically all of -
Kow\tch and wife 40 acres In Sec. 35- ,
I .' 8-22. .: -- .-- "'t: -' difference in the family expense account. the balance on the

i J. M. Truby to J. J. Truby 20 acres .. '" .'. ..<:;.. '" following day "
In t s ; A Saving Too Big :
Sec 12822.J. I ;iI!.' : ... 24-hour service
i J. J. Truby J. M. ; .
to Truby 5 acres '
: t To Overlook I
In
Sec. 17622. I l :: '{ : ,
sly
1 VT. E. Oriffls and wife to Lawtey '\ These folks know beyond argument that

State Rink 15 acres in Sec. 2521. when they buy from The Charles William Easy-Profitable-Quick

N. D. Wainwrlrht and wife to M. L. I I Scores they make big the lateststyles
Fairfax 20 Sausage. a saving, get to buy by mail
in
acres Sec.34-:22! and
speedy service. Ask
our customers,
., J. C. Manning and wife to Abbie L F s I there in Ua the catalog for outer and Inn. clotb
Hennes-cy 1 acre In Se*. 33622. I are many your community. log for all the family-Dry Goods-Rugs

J. ". Andrews to X. Stembenr and J. !I y Use your catalog for everything you need- -Jwlry-Furniture" -Auto Supplies

j4 i. t E. Wilson 30 acres m Sec. 2622 Linked goodness 1 and if you haven't a catalog write for one Sporting Good*-Radio S..ppll.s-P.ln.
Pt i ; Mrs. S. M. Wells to Daisy Randel 1 today. It will pay you. -H.rd.Sto"PumacF.rmlngTooIaln
'r lot In StarVe on nay and Call Ste.E drawn fact for everythingyoa deed
T. J. Perry and wife to S. R. John long out, THE CHARLES WILLIAM STORES, INC for yoarsalf' your family your workshop

F ,, 20 acres In See 81-7-21. describesthe 903 Store Building New York City or Tour farm.
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C. M. Wimberly and wife to A. Z. \ aptly

.c,' Adkins 140 acres in Sec. 11-12 820.
C. L. Peek and wife to ;Mr.. Jess! sausage you Compmv Our Prices mid See What you Can Save

Walter lot 1 blk. 31 In Stark In L.
T. and Co's addition. will find at our

t G. M. Inman and wife and N. T.

1 Ritch ard wife to W. A. Walker "(0WT market. But you can have it in -' - -
3 S in See. :3IM-22.:; ,

John Saner to Ada Satiers 1U( either links or bulk, and of a variety ..:::. .- : : _;'-. :':',, !C:, ;:& :: : .--.c-;; : : ;,- J :-_ ':" _: ". _"'_' : c: ':ti ," :' .'
,i''! ; acres In Sec. :2922.. I

Emma Richard to J. C. Hoover that will meet every taste. In
1'1'i j lots 2-1, In BIX. 12 In Starke. LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith

Irvin W.r,haw. to Jntwnh Alder it there is used only the best and

1 ( man lots 19. 20 21. 22. Mk. 12 In

Hampton l beach. most carefully selected meats. It

a James Klckllter and wife to E.

Rodgers and H. E. Rodwr 20 acres will appetite.

1 ; 4 In Sv. S.S-22.! : tempt- your a PEEK REALTY COMPANYSTARKE
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Irrinr Wer.haw' to Samuel SllTep.

r man Blk. 24 Hampton Boach. Variety Meat Market'Phone FLORIDA
Sarah Scott and husband to DorsR ,

Alderman lot in Stark In L. T. and
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Co'*. Sub DiT. I 124, Starke : : :; : ;A" : :. ,"'.i. ": -" .- ,1ti ',.. : ',, .: ".:. _- : :; ';-. ,' .', ':r"41 -'
G. C. Cox and wife to J. C. John. -


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