Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02306
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Starke Youth Ratston'a Successor: Construction Work Around) I Social White King House at I Hotel SubscriptionsReach

Confesses Killing t ,Lake Butler Now Under Way Approxi-

Haines City Man : -- ,I mately $30,000 I
:I Arrangement Are Made For Financing ENROLLMENT FOR
+ ae Two Large Iloa-
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? ...." ............. uw.e i _EXPECTATIONSi : Modern Hotel in Near future
Lake Butler.-Actual construction ,
notes I I Expect to Open the School During the I I"l'ort.frum iHiivuMsing commit
work on the mammoth development|
|I Next Few Weeks I..r- 1'uemluy night showed a total of
;: iAttAUVa WVj, Oil. ..u.-Wfettntiai which vmg rroperties, Inc., has announced 'r nrly I $:JOO\lO secured, for the purr
Yuau6, I for this section got underway :! I Mr. F. W. West, of 1 ,
lLy eaa'4ud ':>WUAU uu,) L"anpMainstWd representative 5 I II"'we of building u modern hotel in,
ttF here today when a crew of workmen the Georgia-Carolina School of Cunimerre I '
; Uat'r.ot tuliea Jutit: .oUtuUl", g I 'puke. the movement apparently
: JK, appeared for the rebuilding of a who has been in Sturke ,
66-yc-ar-oid pointer with a wren. 'I during o?'oting with almost unanimous poMil -
.',Wednesuey n..ut alter quarrel u\". hotel, intended primarily' to accom.' thu pat week enrolling students! i ,'i' of our citlsoua who see the>
: mouu.e employee/ of the concern. | for the buxuiuas college, stated Wedncsduy Sf ..
paying for a Dottle of liquor, Deputy I 1 it need of a hotel. TIll locution of
+ M the hoHtelery, to be known as Uo- that a sufficient number hud till' imlik.ng will bo settled! In the
Sheriff Frank
Thompson, ot Polk I located block I Itioiii
tel UiKo Butter, is: one already enrolled to the
: uasuie openiMRof \ i? .n' future, ai several doolraMe lo-
,County* stated tonight. I the railway station and three their Ct-Kege: at r.n early date. Uo uu I''tors' can be secured for tho purpose. .
"The youth has been placed in !the ; blocks from the lake. When completed I also stated that the people of this .

Polk county jail on a charge: of mur- it will be the bent in Union county I section apparently realize the advantage 1 It 1 !1.< proponed to expend a hundred

der. t oU'icials of King Properties said ef having a school here giving <. I 1 II him,,, mud dulurs In this building, to

According to his alleged confession 'lo finance Hotels fiaisEed business course ut homo, O".TCq"JJ. : i i'o of sufficient size 1.0 euro for the

Alvarez, after the killing went back The public and political! circlesgreeted I .At the sumo time a crew of lubor- 'without the' added expense Incurred\ Pierrepont MolTat, returned rat'"ds of the traveling public for icr

to a dance he had left prior to the the announced, i appoint ;I ei..> begun clearing lake frontage prop-'' when the boy or girl goes away to ,from the Constantinople embassy cull, years to come, and provided with II
tragedy Wednesday night. Accordingto ment of Arthur -on to fill i arty which, it is understood!' will be take tao: course. to direct all social activities at the t'M'iy: modern convenience.SPAKKK l lI

the deputy, the youth broke down the unexp" 'onat- (!: placed ii the market within the next I The Georgia-Carolina School of Whit House this winter, and-- I I"
or Ralst, and generally expected to be the most
.1 no few duys. King Prperties owns Commerce is highly
a '
Under the grilling admitting that he specialized or- TIIRKKK.US: 1 IIK.NCE:
impressive for
little ,
u controls more than 7,000 acres here, ganization, known throughout the many years.Approximately I
went with his brother ,
Paul Alvare-
-. --- most of which: was purchased from,'| South, and they come here backed with
and Jack Johnson
to Loughman, where TRI-COUNTY FEDERATION Townsend, president of the Farmers :i: years of similar work through the 12! miles white way I, In view of the startling progress
they bought a bottle of moonshine. '
and Oculers Bunk. Included in this Southern states. The teachers in I of Florida, exciting national! interest,
lighting lomp'eted In
MEETING I system ( Florl-1 I I
'They returned and then took the
lareg purchase is one tract of water charge of those schools are graduatesof du Public Servile Co. in several central mid the many hundreds of thoulln."I.t'flol'klnJ .
'younger Alvarez home Returning to The Tri-County Federation of Wo frontage extending almost four mile I the same school and are also I Florida towns. ( to the State t,) buy homes, or
the dance, the other two became Involved Besides !this holding, Owen A. :'' graduate of the |
man's Clubs will hold a meeting at I normal maintainedat [ start; business, spiH'unto/ it l Is writ
In a quarrel over payment for Luke Butler Club House the I Wood, oil promoter of Texas, also I I Brunswick, Ga., to prepare\ teachers I CRK\\S: : I',HH .FINE:. OF $130.011;; !''that: our 'town should look ahead and
the on ,
the liquor. Johnson, according to the I bought more than 3,000 acres, which for the work. I be 'prepared to k'ellip with the pro

alleged confession, drew a pocket nften-.oon of Nov. 23 at 2 o'clock. II I are being developed along with that I! The student completing a course in I J. 1>. Crews I plead> guilty before j comon, and HO secure our full portionf

bite and slashed Alvarez's hand. Every club of this federation is of King Properties. I any of the branches taught is ready I County Judge Gardiner of unlawful the prosperity.

. Maintaining that he ACted in self-de urged to have a good representation I I I A recent announcement made by 'for the pomttion for which he studl: d. possession of still and blllling npparutUH With State Road No. ft:: noon to be

fense, Alvarez said he reached into as we are expecting to have speakers I,I the development concern stated that : lie gets a more thorough training and ; lust week ant was fined $151)I ) completed:, and proponed, highway from .

the car and Johnson got out and attempted on subjects which are of common In- two large hotels will be erected within more individual instruction than is possible I As stated In lat week's paper the .like I City to l'alatka I.A..lnlr: through

to cut him again, he says terest. the very near future on the shores I to give in the schools in the charge of possession of intoxicating our town with enough influence push

;Then, according to the alleged state- Mrs. L. A. D"vis, Pres. :of Lake Butler, if present plans ma cities where the classes are solarge.I liquor was nolle prossed by motion of Ing it to assure its construction, and '

ment, Alvarez struck the painter sev.'oral terialize. Arrangements for financing -I' In addition tothese advantages the ,county attorney ups t/.4 iiu>nt of fonts, '' the hard road from :St. Augustine via
times, crushing hia skull. these aldeady have been completed saving in expense wh"iu the scholars but on the first charge he plead 1 guilty'and Green Cove Springs and/ Kingslcy
' it was said. are near home Is considerable. was given the fine.Masquerade.
: lake to Starke backed by St. Johns
yet "There wasn't anything to do then Armistice To Lake Butler, county seat of Unionis Mr West
Day i, eXl/|kccts to complete his --- county and a bridge, across tho St.
iut throw him out alongside the I I
fifty-three miles southwest of Jacksonville work during the next few
. I' days en Johns river at Union Cove Springs
road, Alvarez ii: said to have continued and is characterized by agricultural rolling students for
" this term, and i und by Clay county, and the assuranceof
"10 I took him to a side road near Be Observed !Here I experts as one of the richest the young people who are contemplat PartyAt a $100,000( hotel nt Starke, and ulKO -

Barnes City and threw him and the farming districts in the state of Flor ing taking the course are urged to see outside capital: having made larginvestments _
wrench out. Then I went back to Davenport ida. Particularly it is noted because him at once.RESOLUTIONS. within borders
of The Oc- Club HouseThe our on
Dean Speaker
got girt bind hand of its pecan production. '
a to up my casion. Work our business streets, and in ample ter.
where he had cut it, and went back to Subdivision: ) / ritory for three large subdivisions,
The development, officials of King RESPECT
the dance. Armistice Day will bo observed by Properties said, is the Indirect resultof :TO REV. L. W. KICK LITER masquerade party held last our town limit will have to be en'

Alvarez and his brother and a boy an appropriate program Wednesday, the county's recent road bond elec- Friday: evening in the club house was lurged, lights, water und sewerage< ,

named McRae, were taking in custody -'at three o'clock, at the Woman's Club tion which this section of Whereas our beloved brother, Rev. a success in every respect. A large will have to be extended to accommodate + ,
Thursday night by Deputy I house, the exercises being under the I complete network of hardsurfacedhighways. a L. W. Klckliter has felt due to the I I crowd attended .and many and various the new growth of homes.

Thompson, on information supplied by auspices of the American Legion, assisted The main arteries will cross encroaching years upon his life, that wore thu costumes to be seen there. Our citizen through the city counil -

Omar Glover, of Haines City, who had I; by Mrs. R. A. Weeks, of the here, ones leading from Lake City, thru he can no longer serve as Moderator I In the grand march could be seen>"eu must bo ready and willing to

been working on the cate. The two I Woman's Club. Lake Butler to Starke, and the other of our Assciation, which office ho has I everything from a "wee good brownie"to promptly meet all such demands, to

boys were released today after Charles Dr. Harry Tressler, dean of the col- running from Worthington Springs to filled for years past. j a "big bad devil." Four prizes assure a broad and liberal success of

:Alvarez had exonerated! them. l I lege of law of the University of Florida MucLenny. This also paises: thru Lake I Therefore be It resolved, first; that were awarded to the best costumes our growth. o.
will make the address of the occasion Butler. it is with deep regret that the New' Mrs Frank Hoover dressed 1 us an Instead of increase of taxes, such

The name of the, slain man wn fired| Dr. Tressler has spoken in I John II. Watson landscape architect -II River Association accepts the resignation i old, old lady received the lady's. prize IncroiiHo of homes und population and
vftnjnit TTnrmon Pollard 1 nnti ,
) as Starke several times and the people! and has of Rev L. W. Kickliter as its Her costume was most complete. business will rather'' decrease taxes to
this inter wa found! to he Ineor..rt.n. here are always delighted to hear him.I secured town-planned, already Moderstor.Second I "Spaik; Plug," (the horse of funny the individual, citizen.:
." f drill ; we fume
:'Tho music and flag will be under details for the rebuilding of the as an Association paper ) Impersonated by Joseph I i I If wo meot all demands there I ItS
'been I" n..v"., >rt 0"w' time TTe' tho direction of Mrs. A. E. Wall, Much of the owned express our heartflet gratitude for Thomas and Frank Curpvter, took tho reason enough to believe that within
city. by
hap re pwt'. Ann ....",.1. in TTatnes, with ;Miss Ethel Griffin as aecompanI KJmg Properties and property Mr. Wood is his long faithful and efficient service gentleman's prize. Even; a sucro- three years our town will quadruple 1

n+.. I I I lat. Mr. E. K. Perryman, of the American in the city proper. which hu has always rendered in kindness crow dared enter and when unmaskedwas in population and rapidly increase

Legion, will be in charge of the Engineers this afternoon began subdividing and love. found to l ho Sara Hope Haynes thereafter to a city of large I proportions. .

;NEWLY ORGANIZED ORCHESTRA exercises. Below is the program in the first section that will be Third; That a copy of these resolu- : und received the little girls prire. .

full: marketed. It is in the city limits and tions be spread upon the minutes of Frank Inman, us Polly, telling all she Our agricultural resources on the

One of the most pleasing featuresof Opening song-"My Country, 'Tis faces the lake.A our Association, and published In the knew soon gained! popularity, therefore exceptionally rood soil of the lur1 -

the'Hallowe'en party, Friday eve of Thee," audience crew of carpenters and painters Baptist Witness, and In the Bradford taking the little boy's prize. 1 I rounding territory for general crops,

Ming at the club house was the orchestra Invocation-Rev. Thomas Hansen. yesterday began work on the rebuilding County Telegraph | Plenty of "pep"! for the evening was fruits, vegetables, strawberries pecans,

selections of popular musk Flag Drill-By school children from of u large hotel which is to accommodate Adopted by The New Ulver AUDI' furnished by the High School Orchestra I.etc.I afford Inducement for a large
tinder the direction of Mrs. D. E. the first to the eighth grade inclusive. emploea of King Proportion elation this October. 31st, 1U25.: I Much credit Is due this organization ', and, ultimately wealthy rural popfllaI -

Knight. This newly organized orchestra Joseph Mulpna, of the high school, during the development which, it was Rev.Thos. Hansen.E. their music was splendidand I tlon.

is composed of the following leader. said, wiU be many months in comple L. Wilson. thoroughly enjoyed. Last but not :I A liberal spirit for progress on the
oung people: Vocal solo-"The Long, Long Trail," tion. Another large group of laborerswere least Damn Fortune Teller was there. pert of all citizen will surely and
Piano-Miss Florence Andrew Shriver. Committee. As each left her table could f I' build and
Miss Marguerite clearing the first section to be person one rapidly up our town aur-

Saxophone-Comer Long. Address-Dr. Tressler. placed on the market while an engineering tell by the expression on their faces i. rounding country.
Banjo-Paul Knight Song-"'America' the Beautiful", crew was busy platting the MARCOTTE ENTERS that they had been told some dark'1 C, L. Peek, Mayor
Ukelele-Miss Elizabeth Andrews audience. and mysterious secrets.

,and Virginia Weeks. Closing prayer-Rev. A. E. Dun lots.Two artists, Olydo Delehanty and REALTY FIELDA. ..... About seventy dollars was. made at Which remind. Lie )

Drum-Joseph Thomas. ham. James Ray, said this morning that N. Marcotte-, of Lake Worth, who.I this party, which seems to bo a good Doctor. ": "_ and by all ,mean avoidstarches.
starter for in the club. .
their' a new year
'bird-eye" of the property said : purchased tho Limbaugh I
property ontaii
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to be r'
the largest ever painted in Flor street; a enort while has
ago, entered
Sub-division Project Here ida, will be ready for exhibit the latter the realty business. here. He has

part of this week. This paintnJg givesa several sales to has credit already and Killed Almost Instantly By

rig complete panorama of the lake, of he IB c ithusiastlc over the possibilities ,.:.>: fl
Planned by Midland Realty CoeD the city of Lake Butler and of many of:..red by this section. \

miles of the surrounding territory. Freight Train Saturday Evening

I I King properties has acquired 10-,
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000 of In ,
acres property and near ,
P.Will Davis Begin, of Davis Development>> Island of Fame, NEGRO NARROWLY ES- Lake Butler while Mr. Wood has obt.smed West Heard From Stranger Meets-Death \then Thrown missing for II years.. Whether tho

Properties Here. CAPES BEING LYNCHEDFelix ; control of more than 3,000 | Beneath Wheels of Io.inTrain/ ,two are the same was still undetermined .
acres The Jacksonville syndicate has I Thursday. -

For the few of Thomas Enters Home of Brook- I purchased more than 800 acres of land I I Thrown from hds: perch between tho His description as given by the undeltaker -
past days
a ,considered: to be some of the best In I am wren: the train was slowing for is. as follows: About six feet .
sub-division project here has been er Resident While Drunk '
Union county. the ttatton Saturday afternoon, a 35 to
the in height, weight 150 pound,
going rounds
and while official
no John J. Watson, landscape architectand white man, apparently 35 to 40 years 40 years of age, fair complexion light
announcement has been made of plans Felix Thomas colo.-od. of Brooker, 1
of thrown beneath the wheelsof
town-planner was
It 4s was completing age, hair. The left and, big toe of the
understood the :Midland Reatly Is alive today because of Sheriff Ep preliminary details this week for the k the freight and so badly crushed right font were missing from an old
Co. ;
ment, very soon start the develop person's lucky finding of him, tied to rebuilding of Lake Butler. He has de- that he died within a few minutes after .. Injury. His arm were a mass of tattoo -
of the
properties purchased here a tree in the woods while preparatio is clared that the town which now halt a being found. His right arm and, marks, two of them reading

during the past few months. The were being made to string himup. He population of 1,200, promises to witness leg were cut off, and his body mang "Maine to Florida, 1921," "Key West,
company bought In and near Starke was brought to Starke: and placed in one of the greatest inland developments led by the wheels. The accident happened 1t/2.1<"
property to the value of more than the county jail for safekeeping. of the greatest inland developments north of the station and his

1100,000 several weeks ago, including Whale in a drunken condition he entered of Florida within the near fu cries were heard by the men on the

several tracts suitable for subdividing the home of Mrs. D. W. Hazen, ture. Its Inherent beauty, he said, will cab when it passed where he was Truthful
near the city lln ts. D. P. Davis, who a widow, who was living there alone be greatly responsible while the rich thrown from under the train. Chauffeur: "And your luggage,

baa made millions in developmentwork with her daughter. His presence in farming! section surrounding it will Up to press time efforts to identify sir! ShcJ: We take It with us nowt"Farmer

in other sections of the state, the house roused the occupants, and assure permanency.Lake the man had not met with success. On : "Luggaire, m and A. Y. Milam, of Jacksonville, are 4CA sonny, wl.en I button my coat my
when he saw he was detected made Butler Is 53 miles southwestof his person he carried a hank book
Ihembers of the Midland Realty Co., his escape. A neighbor fired several Jacksonville. It Is one of tn eimpor- showing small deposits with the Amer. trunk is locked." T
the; name under which they operatein he later he.Gov. National Bank, Richmond Vu.
shots at the fugitive and was tant railway centers of northcentral a lean ,
Smart Stuff
this section. captured about a mile from the scene Florida. The Seaboard and Atlantic under name of Aloysiu .F. Schnip.

Messrs. Davis and Milan were in by pursuers. Coast Line railways infcrxect at that "1'11. N.IJ. pert A wire to the bank remained! Teacher: "Nanuj three article containing
Starko during* this week, andJt is understood Sheriff Epperson was apprised of point, supplying! a minimum of fourteen IIIra dynamo leader, NIt WOIJ unanswered, although his last deposit starch. "
will complete their plans and the occurrence by phone and arrivedin passenger trains daily to and Iaf trip to see Pre.. Coolidge apee.and, was dated Oct. 9th. Four tickets for Student: : "Two cuffs and a collar.

itart actual work on their first project time to eecure the negro before his from Jacksonville. protested CrantJnW eonce.idoaa I watches pawned at Uncle Dave's

within a few days. captors could deal out summary punishment Jacksonville-Journal, Oct 29.: Colorado RJ..r Bubt giving p'. I:pawnshop In Jacksonville carried thAI Finis
"&41 InUrert. Of all the humorists under the
to him. control of w5Ut same name as the bank book. tunv
paw,,. Wy.mJn and other Baste ; Harry Malphuss: of Jackson- The worst hi the bloke who pulls a
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Middleton have W. F. Mott, of Jacksonville, waa in State C-el'1lon 1II'fJ1 appear befory ville, wired Undertaker Junes asking gun.
returned from a trip to South Florida. Which eralnds Us town during last week-end. Mr. Mott Federal. Power CQiaailetiop Deb for a more complete description of the But we don't car If hit quib l I. pat.

They were accompanied home by Mrs Patient: "Honest, Doc..-I alnt was once a resident of our town and: Ue'. hrter..ta 'man stating that an uncle by the name We've filled this specs (dusting off c

May Jones, of Stuart who d Is a guest worn nothing. bat soft collars for has many friends who are always of Aloysius C. Selenppert had been hands) and that la that.
of her sister Mrs. W' E. Middleton. years." glad to see him. i



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.. third place the honors went to Allen down in the auditorium to criticize were Hazel Middelton, Florence A*

IF : Long and Ruby Prescott: Miss Gainey:|1 the play which the Literary Club was drew, Harriet Kitf; Virginia Weeks,
Bradford ought I Elizabeth Andrews, and Elise
High really toget a pumpkin pie I putting on for Temperance Day pro- Jones
: for solving the mystery o( all those i I -
x's but as she didn't expect it she I gram. We sure are some critics too, ..Newspaper Chitin

) will probably get nothing but the but we did not have to criticize the The Newspaper Club met Fanny

honor. players very much except for talk- Oct. 30, at 10:15 in the club roan
,,1 1 School Journal I Next month the Freshmen algebra 1,I ing low, which they over come very! The regular' business meetirlfe was

: class will seek fame climbing up nicely when the play was given. held, after which plans, were made
something representing Thanksgiving The ones taking part in the play I (Continued on page 4.)

i EUGENE: MATTHEWS 8AMMT STERNBERO using postive and negative signsas ,
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uuricu A.-da" Editor
foot-holds. Can what ,
.1 you guess

.. j Atakti EdI... J.k. Editor The last Freshman meeting reveled
t -- the expert work of the transom and THE SOUTHERN SERVES THE SOUTH

BURLESQUE ON THE GHOST I in the straight and narrow way and club called the Busy Body Club, The I f uncertain committees, while the wall

!, SCENE:. FROM: HAMLET not have any wreck to throw us into following officers were elected: painting committee are still preparing .

I the ditch of dissapointment. '1 President-Louise Edwards. for their much more difficult Job,

Characters: Requirements for honor roll are 1 Vice President-Edna Hutto. I but they will soon stir to action.

Hamlt-J. I 90 per cent or more in lessons, deport- They plan to buy a complete new set Who will
Sac and Treas. Louise Marshburn. providethe
Ghost mentt, attendance and punctuality. .of curtains as soon as the price is
i Chairman and Social I
Orphelia All aboard for Honor Roll! i determined by another committee
Heralds ( Stump. I''Treasurer :McDonnell reports that
i 11{ i Act I HEALTH IS WEALTH. 'i Chairman Program Com.-Florence
practically all have paid up and our ?
t \ Enter heralds at slow march blow. Do 'we' really believe this? If so, Gill. ("Cash on Hand" approaches the new capital

,I ing trumpets, Heralds-Hamlet the suppose we heed the splendid Our first meeting was held last thirteenth dollar mark, Merrell Struthour

Prince of Denmark. health rules which were stressed in Friday in our room. A very good Secretary also proved that wecouldn't

(oj"I (Enter Hamlet on bicycle. Via our Health and Temperance program program was carried out, we hope to have elected a better one. The ability of any business to obtain new cap

mounts and bows.) Friday afternoon, Oct. 30. i make this a very progressive club. I; Two new pupils, Thelma! and Eva Alai depends upon its credit.Do .
t Hamlet-to be *r not to be,-that is The rules especially emphasized Miss Calhoun.; i Edwards' from Lincoln, Kentucky

>, I the question; were; eat pure food, exercise, get Seventh Grade !I have entered our class.Sophisticated. its stocks: and bond. offer sale invcstmantr'
( j Whether it is nobler in the mind to plenty of fresh air and get plenty of The Seventh Grade Club met at Is the property conservatively capitalized

suffer, The slings and arrows of an I, refit.I our regular club hour Friday morn I I Sophmorea. Hash maintained a steady earning power

h Er--er, The slings! and arrows of an If we want to eat pure food, first ing. Our room was decorated with' A new pupil, Thelma Sullivan of Is Its business lik.ly to expand?

,, ,! outrageous fortune, I we must destroy the breeding places black cats and pumpkins drawn by :i Vero Bcaua, Fla., entered our class Has the management a proper appreciation: of .1

The slings and- ,of flies and screen our houses especi- members of the class. lost Friday, she is one of the many Its threefold responsibility: l',
(Enter Ophelia with stately tread, ally the kitchen, because flies carry PROGRAMReading who have joined ranks with theSoph's [l] to give good service to customers I

ringing( dinner bell) ,{,serious diseases.! They light on unclean : The Extra Ghost George since the beginning of school [2] to deal fairly with employee
\ i Ophelia-:My lord your grub is served materials outside and then Inman. I Jubilant Juniors [3] to safeguard the capital Investment of the

I as In the tennis ball. light on our food which we eat. It Reading: Holloween Kidnapped-Hazel, At a class meeting Monday Nov. owners
Hamlet Get thee from hence I
1How Is also not a good habit to buy foods Adkins. i 12, tour dollars dues were collected by The management of the Southern cordially in-

can'st I soliloquise with from stores where it lies on the counter Reading: No Kind of a Ghost-Mer. I ti.e Juniors\ the larger our treasury vites an examination of the System's record
you I uncovered because all kinds of rel Futch. the the Seniors knowI
happier as they
!. butting in like a prohibition officer? I measured by these standards. ,
I people handle the food and dust set Seventh Grade Jokes I that moot! of it will be spent on them.
is Ophelia getting-But chilly my! lord your rations-'ties on them.Everyone I 1 I Mrs. Wasdin to Tommy-Use defeat Reports of OrganizitionsEtiquette It invites this knowledge of its strong financial

i Hamlet-Give it to me and: be gone! \ should exercise sufficiently defense and detail in a sentence. Club standing, particularly among the people of the

(Ophelia hands Hamlet egg but -remains each: day. It helps to Tommy-De' feet went over de'fence Thin most highly dignified club South-its customers and its employees-be-

I In room.) I jtrengthen the muscles of your body. before de'tail. would like to know if you should stir cause their cooperation has done much to make

(Hamlet smells egg suspiciously.) I'One should not exercise immediately'after ''' Richard-Where is the washrag.! ,, your tea with your right or your left the Southern what it is today, a transportation
Hamlet-There's something rotten in eating but wait about an hour'Wilson What do you want with it? hand, or do as some people and use organization in which the whole] South has a

the state of Denmark! !Iso as to give the digestive orgaittof Richard just wanted to scare, a !spoon ocasionally. right to take pride.

(Bursts egg on Ophelias hoad.) our body time to digest the food. f Tommy. 1!I The club gave a snappy program" .
Pphelia-Youre Just the least bit j' The third rule is to breathe fresh I -Grade News last assembly, trying to show the Greater participation in Southern Railway fin

I spoiled yourself (Sticks out tongue fair at all times. This does not mean The eight Eighth grade does not have so i I school the correct forms of introduction ancing in the future by its own customers and
I'sit or sleep with the windows or : -Even if they don't use it as
t at Hamlet) much Knowledge of English as to I employees will make the Southern still more
doors closed, but have them so fold uncle Bud "A word to the
Hamlet Be vixen! open [ says
gone have critics an institution of the South.
object to
more now
we '
.. To die-to las' to breathe fresh air because the wise is useless.
that is when the school
I : And by a sleep to end- I lair becomes! poisoned after entering anyone ,
J, say we grounds or in the room use their Eng Club
_t Ophelia-Tee hee, tee hoe hee hee. the body so many times. Scenic
lish and of the eighth
I The fourth and last of these rulesis wrong, some At the meeting Friday Oct. 30, it 6 SOUTkfAP
Oh! Tee hee tee hee their,
1 graders hear them, they take
1 I to feet plenty of rest. An adult was decided that each member should
Hamlet Wretch! How dare
you laugh names, what they said, and when they ,i
; person should sleep from seven to report on one article from a scientflc
t at me. I nine hours eVry night. A boy or said it and on Friday their names are ,> magazine, at the next meeting, thus
Ophelia was'nt laughing at you. read out, and also' the mistakes
1 it, Tee hee hee he | girl about the age of twelve or fiftsin they ;'i helping not only themselves but the
!' !
made. This will help to keep us
other members also.Literary.
should sloop from nine to
years 'i
.. t t' Hamlet-Well I do'nt see anything from making any such mistakes ,
eleven hours An infant
else be every THESE 1
\ to laughing at. again. fs
should from eleven sixteen Club
sleep to
1 Ophelia/ was only laughing at a We have ordered small
a paper The
Literary Club met usual
!, r dream I had last ; ; hours out of every twenty. as
n) ght. Do you called "Current Events" but the "Current"
11 Friday morning in Miss Browns room.
"t believe in dreams? I four. Some people sleep with their I
must be turned oft'as havn'treceived '
we The
mouths meeting was called to order by
open and some people even
Hamlet-Ay indeed, t'was only last
night I dreamed I was eating flannel breathe with their mouth open. Thisis them. Jokes I' the president, after which we discussed SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM

,,' cakes And, when I woke this a bad habit so lets prevent it be- the different Business.
up Poor I
Things Then the members of the club went
there lots in the
1 cause are of germs ,
j morning half the blanket'was !
gone Iris-Did you know that before petro- j
(Enter ghost to wierd music) I atmosphere and the mouthe ia a .
loum was uaiM for lamps that they -
'; suitable place for them to settle and
I (Ophelia screams and faints) used Whale oil ? |I
Hamlet-Odds bods! what have we begin their growth and get inside Leila Deah (sadly)-What did the poor,

,l )\ here? li't an appirntion or a member your body. whales do? I

". of the Ku Klux Klan? :I I Now if these four rules are Important Miss Caldwell (having physicology'

",' Ghost' -I am thy father's spirit. '' why not practice what we know? class) Lena Bell, did you know that

.i' Hamlet (Starting toward ghost' and Lots of people observe them and are there was a burning fire in the body Business School 'F
I holding out hand)-Why hello papa! healthy, why can't we be one of the all the time? or

"' .... Ghoftt Hold moron! I came back''''follow these four simple rules. So' Lena Belle -Yes'm cause when it's!'! a ,

f from the other world- we again say lets practice them. cold day I can see the smoke! ,i .
., ,, ,' Hamlet-To buy a harp and halo for i i Toleida Gainey, Freshman. I I Leah-Estelle I'm sure Miss Caldwell -

j your head? It to Advertise I.I will ask us about King Gustavious i
1 Ghost-Nay, to buy nn electric fan, Pays 'STARKE
4 "The girls who play basket ball J Adolphus on test and I don't know it.
and fee pack for head. i
my I
1 will sell sandwitches Thursday at Estelle-What is it? |
I Did you ever think as the hearse J
Leah-In which his
I, 'i Physical Education Period so don't'forget of battles was i I II
rolled by, I '( King Gustavious killed? -1
I That it might be either you or I. !look your bank roll" as you will': Estelle-Well, I'm pretty sure It was '
c All drestted up in a long white! funny not eating, said a sign 'I I his last I
) + chrold, (on the bulletin board and by the I ---- Georgia-Carolina School of Commerce Will Very

,It\ .: 'I Feclin' Oh BO awfully proud. I disaapeared rapidity with no which one: forgot the sandwitches their bank I Freshmen Frivolous FreshmenSay bo-8, what aileth I Soon Open A Business School HereIn

i. ,; And the grove is dark, roll. thee? Again a girl wins the famous !!
And the ground Is cold,
I algebra race, that was carried on
a B. II. S. Believe in Attractions?
And face is aU!!
your [ this month up the pumpkin drawn''

With slime and mold. Ill say she does we are going to''|'by Leola Fogg Yes it's true, for the [ last week's issue of the Telegraph announcement was made thata

I And your teeth fall out I prove it by doing our part in keep,: second tame a girl gets the most

'h11', And your eyes sink In, I ing the grounds clean. We can bo,II'perfect algebra papers that put her business school would be opened here provided a sufficient num-
I !this by putting the in the trash I nearest the sky on the pumkin. The
t And the paper I,
crawl all
worms '
1 I 1.... Your mouth and chin. over cans placed for that purpose not i|girl was Toleida Gainey who seems ber were interested. In a week's time it has been found that the
I only do we want to keep paper off I I I to be a crakerjack algebra ace. However -
1 of this section realize the made sucha
possible by
And you hear the knell the ground but also off the floor of I I l the boys were duly represented people great saving

Of a tolling bell the school-room. It is very easy to I I In second place by Junior McDonnell, school right here at home and they are enthusiastic in their en-
,o And you know_ carry paper to the wastebasket, easier wilt, Wed with Ruth Sternberg, In
-Hamlet-What a jolly song! I then to throw and scatter it about. I dorsement of the school. .
(Ophelia lifts up head, sees ghost, We are sure that each student of our SCHEDULE I j

screams' and faints again.) dear old B. II. S., wants a clean cam. Schedule changes 12:01 a. m. Sun- : The courses of study that will be taught in the school are STENOGRAPHIC -
Ghost (In deep and solemn voice pus so lets pull together. I
)- en4Yroom. I day, October 4, 1925 and trains will' '
( I cometh at this dreadful hour of'I I Merrill Strnth. run as follows: | COMMERCIAL and SECRETARIAL taught by

night. To tell you of my most untimely I II No. 1 Jacksonville
to due
Tampa will be individual
certified teacher. instruction
murder. Reports from the Grades Starke 12:30: A. M. a Pupils given more

I T'was twelve!'on a dark and stormy night at I Miss Ray has First 32 Grade pupils in the chart,I Starke No. 3 11:02 Jacksonville A. M. to Tampa due I receive training in a more thorough manner than it is possible to ob-

Your uncle did and i class besides 23 in the first reader, : tain in where the classes are large. This together with
T approach me, I class. The 32 No. 7 Jacksonville to St. Petersburg a city so ,
f out every particle of mine heart. j I' beginners are earnestly due Starke 2:16: P. M.
I Hamlet-How heartless! I} studying their alphabet now after! No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm- the great saving from a money standpoint, makes a school at homeall
having read
4 Ghent-Next one by one he extracts | twenty pages on the Beach
'' cha rt. due Starke 10:15: A. M. the more attractive.Mr. .
my hands from off my arms, I No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville due
My feet from off my limbs, :Miss Ray. Starke 4:39: A. M. I
F. W. West representative of the school is now in Starke
t 113eyn from out my head. Second;;; Grade No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville, duo ,

li I. (Ophelia lifts up head, sees ghost, The Starke act>oI ,Is continually Starke 4:25: P. M. answering inquiries about the school and enrolling students for both
t screams, and faints again.) No. 104 St. Jackson-I
growing\ In the second grade two! Petersburg to
; a Hamlet-By my beard I will not new members have been added; '
I' sleep another: night Alice Edwards from Turkey Town, T No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville
the school and of Call
wanted study.
Until uncles blood has mation concerning courses
J my stained Conn., and Lois Judd from Tenn. 'I I due Stark 9:00: A. M.

.! my, this sword! Second Grades Jokes I No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key him at phone 33 or see him at the Magnolia Cafe.
+ Ghost' Swearl! I
Y Teacher-How many states have we? j due Stark 5:11) P. M.
Hamlet-But father what reason did Second Grade Pupils (with assistance "Starke & Waanee Branch"

v my bloody uncle have )-Forty-eight. All is silence, No. 101 Leaves Starke 7:40 A. M.I I

_ l i To murder you at twelve o'clock at suddenly one bright faced little boy's No. 102 Arrives Starke 3:15 P. M. '

t t night? hand pop's up-Brooker and Savan- T. J. GRIFFINA
1 GhoBt-Alas! I was merely trying to nah! Carolina School

play "Rwl Hot Mama." On the Teacher Who is our president? TONIC Georgia -
saxapbonetHamlet Little Girl-,.Mr. Wiggins '
':. : -Be gone dumb ghost! Teacher-Why? | Qrve's Tasteless chill Tonic restore

J1. f My uncle is a good 1 and noble man! Pupil-Because he Energy: and Vitality by Purifying and I
comes to
a ": Long life to him and all his family! I I and is a big man. see us i Enriching the Blood. When 'you feel its
strengthening. Invigorating effect see bow of CommerceF.
ALL ABOARD FOR HONOR:. ROLL Miss Griffin. jFourth | It
brings color to the cheeks Bad bow
',0. 1 For the month of September there |
l Grade It Improve" the appetite you will then
t were 116 names on the honor, roll Two new pupils entered the fourth I appreciate its true tonic value.Grove's ,
"' of our school. Good! That 27
was grade last week, Russell Judd of!i TasteleM
t per cent of the enrollment. Tennessee and chill Tonic .is simply W. West, Representative
{ Harry Edward of boa and QuInine! suspended In irrupt So
We hope that October's honor roll
l'I I a Kentuckey. > pleasant even children like It. The blood
will be just a* large, or larger. Miss BRUNSWICK GA.-GOLDSBORO N. C.
Eunice Perkins i needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to ,
This weed w* can all be on the I Enrich
1C. Destroys Malarial germ and
i w road to the Honor Roll. Here's hoping Sixth Grade Grip germs br its Strengthening. Invigorating .
t< that we will all drive carefully The sixth grade have organized a Effect: 60c.lalliailrata .

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-- the :year's total track <:construction'| Galn. sv11a! -The University boys Madison Quintin Humphrey, aged' oil to him truthful Information about

from 1923 to 1 *24 ran but 1,030\) miles. ,<' dad wit be welcomed at a luncheon 13, son of :Mrs. J. L. Humphrey, .lIv- his route, we welcome too establishment -

New. of Florida in Short Paragrapht I These are the highlights in datagathered Friday mum given by the University ing six nvles' southwest! of !Madison, Is in our cifflcos, the desks of official
1 by the Florida Railroad recovering from being stung thre times
tho opening welcome of Pad's Day, I rt'prerektatives; of our cnrdinol
Commision: from th-Mr records, to as un the toes yesterday by a black bot-
snow tne tremendous: ruilexpans :ifu which they will be shown tho tlend sl lder. The spider had gone into highway associations! ana we will take

[ going on in the state. The new | campus by members of The Blue Key the lad's shoo and the boy did not no- I definite action In preclude the influnce .

Live State NewsTOLD I i tracks ere listed as: 85 miles from Society. In the evening an extended; ticu him when putting the shoo on, of special representatives! who try

iI(I Ferry to Dead Man's Bay, proposed by program wil me given in the auditorium. and in a few minutes the spider had to direct the tourist off his route justto

,I the South Georgia Sailway; 39 miles Dr. A. A. Murphree wil address stung him. The boy almost immediately see some development project or

I i from Tampa to Sarasota being built | the 'fathers, and Jerry McGill's dad, became ill, and was hurried to i special six-tion. It i* expected that

BY OUR EXCHANGES I j I by the Southern Railway Company; U B. McGill, will speak for the dads' icon for treatment. lie came Mad-I| Tampa and Miami will join Lake City

\ I 29 miles from St. Augustine to Bun-' Jerry Is president of th student body, having convulsions and his stomach I| in the movement to better uch condi eLions.

I I nell, being built by the Florida E ut .1 and will also have something to say was more or l less paralyzed fromthe .

Tallahassee.-Martlca Saunders, of an address following the performance. I Coast Railway; 33 mile from Fort i;I to the fathers. The University is especially poison, and he had fever for the rent !)

Middlebury, Vermont, has been elected :The object of the visit to Ralford was :Myers to Naples, planned by thoj I insistent. that the new dads, I of the day. Ha was sufficiently improved -

editor-in-chief of the Florida Flam. to study plans for a new dormitory at''j Naples, Seaboard and Gulf Railway; ;J sires of the freshmen come and get acquainted ,I this morning to return to his

beau, the weekly publication of the the prison farm. This improvement Is I' 27 miles, Intoklee to Deep Lake by At- with their boys' training in- i homo. Persons who have had experience CRIPPLING PAIN

Honda State College for Women, taking needed badly here, it la stated Governor lantic Coast Line Nailway; 18 miles ;, stitution. The University Y. M. C. A. I 'with this species of spiders saythey :I .

the place of Virginia Yowoll, of I Martin will leave here tomorrow I Brooksville to Inverness by Seaboinl has added to the ,secretarial staff are as dangerous as rattlesnakes. t

Orlando, who has quit schol.Brooksville Morning for Jacksonville, where he'' Air Line Railway mind 365 miles of Miss Elizabeth Skinner, who will have I Reports reaching here indicated the AMAZINGLY ,

I will stop for a short time before proceeding :i track being laid from Jacksonville to special! duties, assisting in entertaining tornado struck first in Pike county i

-An aligutor, measuring to Tallahassee. The cabinet'' Miami by the Florida East Coast Rail- the young men's mothers, while land then shifted. to Barbour county,

eight feet, was killed on the highwaynear I, members will visit the state institutions way in its double tracking program. ''visiting I' them ut the University. Miss ( where it spent ita force in this xovi t

here after it had attempted to at Ocala and Gainesville before All of the routes listed as "proposed"have Skinner is a graduate of Smith Col. i I tion and then proceeded to the south VANISHES

"hold up" an automobile party. The returning to Tallahassee i been applied for before the Interstate 'loge, and has had succesful experience and east. Of the sixteen persons kill- t

Vator was chased into some undergrowth of'' Commerce Commission and in_Y.V.. C. A. and Won vans Club I I ed, thirteen were residents of Pike
and slain. Its hide will be Tamp--Tampa :being made one work. :She is at u
favorable action is expected on all, present vice-president county, who lived within a short distance Astonishingly quick and complete
stuffed for the Hickory Hill Club the greatest water terminals in the it was said. Last year, nearly 300 of the National Y. W. C. A. and a of Troy. The other three, all the relict that people feel from rheumatic .

house. country, S. Davis Warfield, presidentof miles of new trucks were laid in member of tho Rural Communities of whom were negroes, lived at C'omer pain just\ as soon as they use
the Seaboard Air Lino Railway, said Committee. She was State Presidentof this simple treatment
Florida, according to the records.St. in Harbour county.
Dave with rheumatismand
Bancroft, Boston Braves' last night In an announcement of plans the Woman's Club from 1U21 to "I was suflcring
i Local and Red Crossworkers ot doctor writes ?
team whkh! Johnston's club physicians under the care a ,
; opposes for the development of Hooker's Augustine.-Chief Gunman in a 11)23 anti was appointed 1 chairman of St.
offered their 11. B. Smith of 128 McAllister ,
tore, alsourriveVI with Mrs. Bancroft puickly asms
Point here and the possible establish crowd of hunters who captured a two- :, tho Children's Code Commission for San {Francisco Calif. Fortunately) I
In for
tance tornado victimsat
last night. The galaxy of diamond ment of a 5,000,000 cement plant by hundred pound black bear in the the four-year term, beginning; In I 1923: j caring heard of Sloan's Liniment and after

notable spent this evening enjoying the Senior Interests, of Michigan. Mr. swamp country south nf Hastings, was by Governor Hardee.Bn a muss meeting held here this af using! It for three or four days was fit

a fanning bee at their local hotel, all Warfiold said it had not been decidedwhether Walter Johnson, pitching ace for thai i ternoon. Five thousand dollars won and well." ,
an 1ou'1<'ed themselves favorably impressed ( okf I ruined for relief work and rescue How doos Sloan's get these aston
the Seaboard Air Line or Washington Senators, who had added ; > >ville-Purchase of business '
with Daytona and Florida and private interests would build fho water this to his list of Florida experiences. 'I and residential! : pro'l"l.ty! in Brooks-1 parties were organized;\ to search for ishing results' Because It dot* not .
eager to start play in the local series. '' I'! any additional Victims of the storm. just deaden the pain: it !Kola at the
I ternunaU. No matter which undertakes In company with several sportsmen'from ville and its vicinity during the last cause.

DuS'tona-Wa by a fortune teller it he added the neck of land will Daytona and a number of hunt- week by half dozen of the nation's Telephone and tel..graphfacIIILwlI Right to the aching spot It sends a

that a "dark skinned mamma" was be developed to the greatest extent its ers from Hastings, Johnson rallied wealthiest men has given: added impetus were impaired by the tornado, which healing tide of fresh, !norm-destroying ,
afford. of the centered over this section for a periodof blood. No nerd to rub. The medicine
responsible for trouble between him possibilities Development forth for the fray. Unleashing a score: to already rapid growth of
and his Bird resi- Hooker's Point as a water terminal or more of trained bear (dog after the city in Hcrnado's high hills and Is about two hours. Accurate chock itself doe the work.

dent of wife.Bunnell George, visited the, negro home of comes first, he said, but every effort they entered the lowlands the hunt was attracting to Brooksville real estate of the victims and property damagewas comfort At once--thin you' relief.feel a warm The swelling glow of,

Lulu Johnson, negress residing on will be made to afford a place in the ,, on, and presently one of the dogs offices large numbers of purchasers impossible curly tonight. stillness! and Inflammation go down.

Johnson street, and discharged a pistol plans for the cement interests.LeesburgLuke struck a trail leading off the pack. It'' who see in this: city n future West The pain stopa. Get a bottle today.
Lake and
into her side. The injury was not of a is said that Walter Johnson, who stood Coast metropolis. Real estate, trading City-Irresponsible soy All druKglsta-US; cents.
called "curb-stone" real estate
county, among oth- has bean
weeks while active
undismayed two ago forty more during the fait
successful serious nature. Bird, police say, was ad udvui lining projects, sent a bus on thousand Pittttburg fans tried to yon ten days than during any similar ., operating: in various sections of Florida \ -
in catching freight out of
lour ot the liuatern states, snow uig in .1 and adjoining states. arc believed
town after the shooting: him into fright, trembled and glowed period the town's history. McCroryof I
motion pictures of the county anti 5 and to be the basic source of disquletiirrumors (
I with the thrilling excitment of his 10-ccnt store fame, is one
Miami-Davis Powell, clerk in the ,< distributing literature. The bus m on bear chase in the swamplands of Flori- of the wealthy purchaser of business I I reaching tourists who archeudpit _

Miami post-office, has been released ltd way back in cnarge of Mr. and Mrs da. After Bruin was finally run to and home, property here. Real estate for Florida, and ileflnutu' acti >ti.

on $1,000 bond by United States Commissioner iluroid fowler, it flue coveted fourteen earth and dispatched with the guns, mon who were instrumental In attracting hiM born st rteil by the Lake City and .

Lloyd V. Hooks, following suites and "&;),UOO persons beard pictures were made of the bear, the others decline to divulge the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce

I his arrest by post office Inspectors ot Lake county that if o per cent of hounds and hunters names of their customers now, but will\ to offset the effectiveness of To Stop, a Cough Quick

! for alleged theft of mail matter. tnia number become interested that !i iI do so ns soon as the deals now nearly all buiscd untruthful reports hoitit; lake Ii.\YFS' fir \L'N' t.y) .. a

Powell was accused of opening special < Uie expense, about $4UUU, will bo t Lakeland-The Lakeland Southern complete are perfected. During the prnpngnted by unreliable ,' Thr rough flied 'un whi't,*h 'I' i'' ', moh i by

I delivery letters containing sums of over met with dividends. .College here Exchange Club l will give''Iso summer season Brouksvitlo and its I Lake City commercial h(>cfut issued heuluiM tha inlliiroi ,' m sal 1 .ni'.' .. M 111."u.t ...

money. He is said to have come to Miami -.I j uoorgia, lennessee, Kentucky, Indiana scholarship each year to some deserving 'I surrounding attracted ninny notable official Invitations [ hnn A Imx "of t.KlP hiALVK <> ':,TRATEut

from Kentucky. He was given the Michigan, Onto, New torn, boy or girl, and a committeehas me-i to Florida.I Among them are Cup- West Coast hiithway tx to ; for Clwut: ( '101' I 11,''' ( olds and
1 Vermont New flame been named the club to select cstnb'hh branch office with the ducal Croup In em-liiNi l isd': over hottlo ofHAYES'
!{ place of clerk In the mailing division Hampsinre, by tain Edwnril A. Snjmburv, of Los lIKAUNf.: Utl.NKV." : The salve
Massachusetts Knodu island L.OII-;. this year's scholarship winner. Tho body, whereby tourists coming into
{ September 23. Angeles, ; U. R. Martin J. E. R. Carpenter should l he rubbed" on the chest, anti throatof
i 1 neeticut and New Jersey were the club voted some time ago to provide I[ RPX Beach, i.7. H. Levitt I tho gateway city( rn rout) to Miami, children sufficing" from u Curd; ur Croup.

Orlando-:Mrs. E. W. Falck, who ''states' covered. Jhe bowlers are now a scholarsip" but no one has been nam- ': and M. E. Rountree of New York Tamp or Intermediute points would The llrnllna affn-l of IInv..' lli-nllnil llnnry In- e

was sought( by radio last night from a on tl1wt' way tack and will i>tta. thru the club voted to notify Dr. Ludd M. B. E. Til.len. of Chicago ; I be referred to the proper official for I ,lila, the throat fnn, 'tnoil' with the h alln4 rrfitrt ol

broadcasting station at Pittsburg, Pa., Maryland and Vuginia, selecting the Spivey, president of the college of its | number of others who row and are a interests large correct infomntion concerlnjr his I("nwe* ikln'a tl ran IVu atnel true,| ,a anal Salve, lhn,uilh Ilia ,urea ufIn

on account of the sudden death of her 'larger motor camps for stops and ex- determination to give the scholarship In the various recreational I route, and the cities along it. E. C. CIII.I .lash nipllr. am |I''iwk..l In one tarlon and ha
husband E. W. Falck, of Leetsdale, 1 hibitions. and to enlist his aid in the selection of nnd incl'istrlnl' njrrUulturnl houn president of thp Lake ( 'DOM of the mnibliiptl, tniHlinviil I.a:+;;

I Pa., returned to the home of a friend I some worthy boy or girl to receive It. Weekiwnehee Spring nrojectn at I chamber of commerce Issued the following ) Just ask lIUIWVHenry your drutftliHt for IIAYt3'HEALING :
Hickory HilTi:
I here yesterday evening from St. i burg-Altnough Lee Meadows,'' A committee composed of Ir. Spivey, Fdorewnter, Garden Grove IIrookfvillo : statement 1rew days ago: I''

Augustine and left immediately for star pitcher of the ittsburg club, did Prof. G. E. Everett, supervising prin 'arms, Mnssaryktown, Munrod- "1
her home. An announcement heard not nave a cnance to pitch a second i-ipnil of the Lakeland Public schools, Inl!l, Lake Lindsay and In the rock gateway of Flondii, from the standpoint -

here by W. E. Warman, radio fan, game tor tile Pirates, due to an injury Jack Ifinney, president of the Exchange .i mine:' nlmut the roiintv. With .he of official highways, and we Clews & Co.

stated that Mrs. Falck was believed to Ills shoulder, he was mudej Club and T. S. Trantham,:,eomlmr of the winter inn 'on Bronksvllle owe a certain loyalty to every community I

to be in either Orlando or St. Augus- ';happy during the series wnen a dele-i chairman of the scholarship committee 10 "X".thIl1 In Florida, but our first :'nUTOMt :
t' to se? its ,10"\' '' 7 !) 11 IIltCJ.IIW.ruund Fluor
tine. gallon of Lc..buratans presentedLee will name this year's ExchangeClub : of mmunltv huilclorn, mares" > is In behalf of thp visiting tourists -
i -.n-
I IMiami. wits a chest of sterling silver. scholarship winer, it was an- sidoruh'v' < and that we may have diseminat- New York City, I''

the James.-Chism, 26, an employe of house six sportsmen of Leetiourg attended nounced., : Each succeeding: year the Orders executed for
properties I
was all the games and virtually the club will give a scholarship, the mem- '' t.9WtUbhSUDNih9iC1L'1'WWtaW41c11hWDCtW41LSrBlue: : :; '
killed .
instantly at. 9:45: : o'clock Sun wlio.e city was rooting for fiUsuurg her decided. The aid of the club int| if STOCKS and BONDS
day night when
crushed between two 'This city is the winter home of Meadows bringing the State lilY Conference to''

bus busses line.of The the victim Hialeah and Allapatth the pitcher having bought and Lakeland was promised. John Hico, I II IHc I Printing : and advanrfx. made thereonCorrespmidence

bus No. 21, westbound.was It a passengerof constructed u nome during the period i)I who appeared before the Exchange 11I \ I I IlL : Solicited
is thought '
, that his elbow I, the J'hua; protruded from the I I
here All 'iaiupu, on the other nand, '' seeking assistance. Rice is presidentof I,.
, window of the bus
and was caught looted for Washington, the :Senators :: the Lakeland Club. j I IBONeT
jn the widow panel of a passing eastbound i
" -
training heie. 'I he tans
in 1"Ol.tyeu! I
bus. Both buses passed close !I I Gainesville Announcement was i.
Were the Hardest hit
they having Hop.
!\ together' according to witnesses lie ed against hope taut Mack's Athletics made Saturday that a new literary. t. SV"Fxa;:

was pulieu from ma seat 0>y the Im- | WQUld beat oUt the senators and bring magazine the "Silver Bow", will appear i iz r. tt' No need to do soL

pact and nis body wad Lnrown tnrouKn everlasting tame to Fort Mjers. on the campus of the University I -L 'with any ell.easecaused
the window of the uastbound bus of Florida in the week mulnrla
next or two. It : by ,
Both busses pusaetl and his Left arm 1 TlIl1alwsaee---: ;; hundred and will be published monthly, eight H. A. Lee & CQ. I Ilaeorpo. Thirds S remedy for I

was almost severed.Miami. i ninety-seven applicants, Iroui virtu months in the year. Robert liarfield, I II them aU-'uHd with" t tI

'''ally every state in toe Union, were connected with the English I ..'.
.-Just an tney finished u i'examined for license to practice medicine I ment of the University, has depart-I Itdle.... Hot l-.. Thrmiah ipwilll steranswrnt f ti
"nuaai \iu snow necessary mouse" ota I m Florida at the sunn-annual I I! lected as the first editorin.ch.ief, and with The Educational Book Co. 1 Thomas BuildingGAINESVILLE I fj
ten uuur ueiuy In arrival Here, circUS N. Y.. this s.w.p.p.r now offer. Its ruder _ _-_
meuling ol tile atute liouidot Med.cai he will have as assistants, lievereiyi this Intonating faatura, "QUIZ" bolal j
men were culled !rom time circus i-xumiaers, whIch hold a tWo-day ;i Mann, Chilly Clough and Gardner I xtraeta from that bonk aniloraad by. Ett- FLORIDAP. ,
Krouauc to a railway siding wneru ''meeting ..na C. Gtbnay., Dlrartor of Cxtanilon: Aatlvltlaa. >
huie. the class, aucvruuig to j f i]>er. The advisory board wall be New York Board of Education.Thaaa I ahyjftr'm f" 1 '
lee "Dun car Boa 121 'jaMrVllU* ..T !
was sitting, to foul it l>r. VV. M. Kowieti, ot lumps, aecreI composed of IJr. J. M. Parr, Dr. T. M. miilta will ba found Intallaotiatl. f '*** W ?? | a. *>

ablaze ana Mary, ./UUU risuuic eittpnuiit /- Wry of tae board, was one ot the larg. bunpson, and Prof. C. A.KobcrUon. wall aa InMnietlv ,: '. oitDGKte i I ,
uurnetl to steam Mary laU been I Puzzle No. 1
est ever lacing a state medical oody While the {silver how has no place -
with circuses in the united auuea I
fur in tae United states. Twenty) uppli- in the school budget, yet it has the

twenty for-une a mmnignt years. fOe lush uiiimai ot crav.ing nay). I, Smite vxaminution, the secretary because said,tuey were uiu refused not 'I'auppoit versity. of As all it authorities Has no income ot the except UiuI ((ljX@))@)}. ( FOR.

caused death
its snowmen say, in uiinbuuinf !
i measure up to the standara suugnt uiat from advertising and iiubscripI -
the tire to overturning ot a | by tile board, improper cieUeiitiuis I tions. time hearty aid of all loyal alumni At a Hallowe'en party, tin
torch wuen Mary broke Wow !rum her were brought In, num
been bus been solicited. The pumpkins
Having presented lue qualuicutioim | editors plan
bared as the ones shown ahoy'The 4j -
mooring; 111 tile car to search for {
for a medical examination m ''to gel contributions to the magazine ,
1"00.l'a. larger pumpkin won onViviIas
londu are exceedingly- argent. hue- from the leading writers of the State, a prize U> the boy who could

a.-l'J1e-;;;; Colin, alias '1 h"rll-I retoi-y Jiowietc stated. Aiiiung toe as well us from students of the University I arrange tie, pumpkins in a row x<>

"a louse, who for several months prime necessities, lie said, are those and the 1-lorjda state Col- they formed a number of three fig

claimed to be the wife ot Albert House requiring a student to be a inemuer of j lego for Women, at 'laiiahassee. It is tires that could be divlilml bv o0

roober aiiii uunUit, under (U years sentence u kiaduate class at college, and to ut- feint by those bacKing the new publication eleven. How did the winner ui .jl

: Here was caned uy the state today teuu a literary aChool.urlalll.lo.olallgnant. that It will fill a long felt want range the pumpkins? i
at the University Puzzle No.2.
in encouraging the
< ana turned state s evidence, tes I5'Aa
Baying against tester lodes and writers who students with any writing ability.Uuinesvdle.klghty Fill In the missing space wit!
Aniline nave u., Jolla two menuiers ot the al
certain nortuern and western puolica- !: names less letter word, to meet the requJpments.
aged sang, on trial for complicity in than the ::4" of
lions received: a firm reoulte dare by per cent registered voters When rightly guessed, tl
:rimes ine witness did not implicatene '- U. LN yueisser, president ot tnebuuuer required to call a special fence central letters reading down, will, I

prisoners in Ute roooery However. apecuaity aWl supply ( /IU. election were found lucking when the spell the name of a President of
me tola ot her acquaintance with report of W. U. Morris the United States. You certainly
puny ot Cleveland, u., wno nee bvnn county registration
lOuse, oi Coining here with him and officer was made to the Alai should! not have much trouble with
touring i loridtt for the lust two weeks,
min. meeting otner members ot hIS party. I dies count commissioners.An this puzzle Time allowed three
j personally investigating some of the
aha saga they never told her mucn' i effort will be made by advocates minutes.
adverse reports tnac Had His I
come to
about their alleged robberies. attention in ins nome sUiUi. of the no-fence law to secure A performance .I.a
I I Ca.pt. | at least but An animal .a
more before
Raiforu.--Uovernor J. W. Martin i, ueisber was accompanied oy a, party 1 registration ol tile signer the A measurement I SP N
regular monthlyI
and members of the state cabinet were 01 business and professional men who A totalityA

entertained here today by a minstrel I I vouched fur his statements to the I week meeting of the commissioners next title I I

mow produced by Inmates of the state press in Urlanuu.I i' according to E. L. Eato icounty A poem *
I I representative who u a strong backer
The climate, said the Ohioan, holdsa
farm. The delivered Number of
orison! governor, ol: the proposed yaara for
great appeal for the man of the legislation. A berth Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians

...ww'n'm''mmm"" ."", ,,,...1 I north of moderate means and whowants The commissioners have until Nov-
Puzzla No. 3
I ember 80 to call and set, the date for
to ther of his life
COFFINS & CASKETS spend est In the election. An Arab died and he left hi. Rheumatism Colds Neuritis Neuralgia
general ease. As to tile alleged extortionate -
And Fall Line of prices being charged in Florida Recently an injunction was brought seventeen eamels to be divided Pain Toothache Lumbago ;
a by cattle interest. among hlj three lIOns, BO that the Headache
UndiTtakir Supplies Capt.; Jueisser, said he had ,paId> no the in the county to eldest had half of them, the next
atop calling of the election
,---- more fur hotel accommodations: on which Had one third, and the youngesthad
his tour of the Went Coast than he had been act for this. month. The commissioners .- one ninth of them. AFFECT THE HEART |IS
pays In Cleveland or New York, and I a rechecking of Think it over.
Always an band. Tie best ear- the lists by the registration officer to
at the lowest prkoa Special in some instances first class restaurant determine if ..._ irlll .. (...... Bail .....
eta, who
service i* had at less than the every man signed Th. Orat .T. ulntlona unlni ta aaah art "
attention to telegraph often. wa. a qualified voter. List. from .. pianlaa will raaalva ... ._../ w..... ; .. Accept only yer"' Jck3ge!
Registered Emb lm.... charge in some I 1-of the northern cities. I Trenton have never been turned in, .ra wlaaar K.. .U..L. 4 ISO <> JIU IM which contains proven directIOn
will antttbd to a "OWX CLDBbaMM tP
--- Tallahassee--Over six hundred mil. aid County Clerk Georgt E. Evans, et pin $45 ..,ash will aathlo use. wlanar Hand' "By DeWITT C. JONES of railroad track are now under construction when asked If all petition which were ta re..i.S r aturuw 1L.. sad .'.. bottles ol 21 an.1 -DruMi.t.<
bate \lie sail
Sam tldaMt ee -.or .
FLA ( or being planned for the sent out bad reaeher the hand of It A..ru Ie UIf.. ware 01 Islet tiruf..t.re af Mse..Uet.id..t.f 0' hllellc..14
STARKE, United States the bo rd.
state lu all the other ,

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\; (Continued-from page 2.) 1 i Church Services r

; to put on a play illustrating the rulesof

Parliamentary law. The play was o

read by Mrs. Alderman and took up H'l' I I 1".1..1..1 I" < I I I'

the period.greater part of the meeting :METHODIST

i .. .. . ... ..
i Tennis Club Sunday School at 10:00: ( a. m. 'h -
H : :; __ :...: c:: : L1_,' /It, _
I, 2!" lliul KM The Tennis Club is progressing Morning worship and installationof

I It nicely considering hte delay that has officers of the Epworth League, can make ship-

been calmed by the purchasing! of that have been recently elected, 11:00a. () you

the net and getting the court cleaned.We .
t : I S. Crews Mrs. E. :M. Johns. Tea m. ments Direct to
HAYNES- wish to thank the boys who have Epworth League, Sunday evening
guests: : Mrs. Louis H. Hill, of Lawtey,
helped us In this workjiome of the 6:45: m.Evening.
I Marked by unusual;; beauty and simplicity and Mrs.\ L. A. Davis p. points on the linesof
of Miss Erna boys have been nice enough to help worship 7:30 p. m.
1 the wedding
was start us off in the game and we hope Prayer meeting Wednesday eve-
1 Haynes and Mr. Eugene Haynes of 20TH CENTURY BRIDGE CLUB ttya work will) continue. The club ning 7:30 p. m. the Southeastern
Lakeland, Fla., which wan solemnized
Is planning to sell sandwitche Thurs-
morning at !Mr and Mrs. N. Sternberg enter
i at nine o'clock Tuesday to
day at physical education perictl Express Company.
the home of the bride's parents, :Mr. tained the 20th Century bridge club PRESBYTERIAN
raise funds for the treniury. Rev. H. A. Tucker D. D. :Minister.The .
Sr. in the their
and Mrs. W.' B. Haynes, Thursday evening at pleasant

,il I \ presence of relatives! and a few close home. This was the first meeting of AssemblyThe serveices of thin church are as Route Shipmentsthe

,I friends, Rev. S. C. Olliff of the Cen- the fall season and besides the host assembly Tuesday: morning was follows: your

s tral Methodint church, officiating. and hostess the following members called to order by the President, Sunday School at 10 o'clock A. M.
home was beautiful in its decorations enjoyed the evening: Mr. and Mrs. fastest
The Owen Griffin. After the new business Preaching( Services at 11 o'clockA. way
I of coral vine fens and palms, F.F. Stump, :Mr. and Mrs. G. M. In. was attended to the meeting M. and 7:30: P. :M.

a color note of pink and white, pre- man, :Mr. and :Mrs. E. L. Biggs, :Mr. was turned over to the EtiquetteClub. Prayer :Meeting at 7:30 P. M.

IS\ vailing. The improvised altar was and and :Mrs. O. L. Consley, Miss Aileen I A vocal select'n; was given Wednesday.A I

"I t, the arch was banked with handsome Alvarez, J. J. Truby. by Miss Thelma Snellgrove, after cordial invitation :s extended to

I ferns wrapped in white and entirely Mrs Bpasley won the first prize,,which the club presented a very instructive the public to attend the above Be", 1ftvj

covered with quantities of coral vine a pair of silk hose, find among the program, consisting of illustrating vices.

I. a and asparagus fern. Suspended from men Mr. Beasley also made top score, the correct and Incorrect formsof

I i the center of the arch was a large: and as a prize was given a silk tie. Introducing people of different ST. MARK'SSt.

r white wedding hell, with here and Mrs. Stump and J.J. Truby made low sexes or ages, of talking over the

there a spray of aiipargus fern and and were consoled with handkerchiefs. telephone, and of a boy and two girls Mark's Episcopal chunh: Sun-

t orange blossoms, umler which the bridal The Hallowe'en ida was carried out walking down the street. Now if the day services at 11:00: a. m. )

l' party stood. On either side were in the decorations and in serving the whole school will try and rememberthe BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES

I placed cathedral candelabra holding delicious salad l course with coffee things not to do and the thingsto

pink burning tapers and tall pedestal and whipped cream. do the club would appreciate it. Sunday Nov. 8, 1925. Sunday

I baskets filled with Ophelia roses, each Those takiing part in the programwere / school, 10:00 a. m.; Morning service, By marking your ipreM shipments via Southuaurn Expr -

,1 'Joined to the arch with streamers and ; Lois Edwards, Thelma Snell 11:00: ; Sermon: "An EveryMemberChurch. ..w tnj indicating the transfer point, )cu can secure ;Uit
loops of white satin ribbon. BROOKER ( grove, Troy Tomberlin, Everitt Hunt, ." dirt service to points on the line of the Southeastern Exprn .

Over the windows and. the door the Brooker, Nov.-b.-Claude Houser, lye Boyd, :Margaret Modd, Inez B. Y. P. U., 6:30 :p. m.; Evening Company.For .
1 decorations of white crepe paper Frink. I service 7:30: m. Serpion: "Seeingthe
i were of Hampton, was a business visitor p. ; further information relativa to routing and methods ofindnaunff
l asparagus fern and coral vine, and here on Saturday.E. Invisible." uacwfar point, addraaac

f \ silver candelabra holding! pink un W. Hayes and family of Starke, B. H. S. BUNK Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7.30 p.
shaded tapers were placed at Inter- sandwitches m. A cordial welcome extended to all .'nuastarn Expross CompanyJacksonville.
passed through here on Saturday, en- Sammy-These are as .
with baskets Florida
eels These were interpersed
J route to the home of his parents, Mr. hard as stone.
a 1 of gorgeous Ophelia roses and as- and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Eugene-Well didn't you hear Eva NOTICE

) prvagUR fern.Proceeding. :Mr. Tom White, of Tampa, was "t- nay when she was selling them,
the ceremony, Mrs. Oscar "Take The Ward City Baptist Church, SOUTHEASTERNExpress
tending! to business here Saturday. your pick.
t. Hamilton, who played all the wed- T. B. Pinholster attended the Sen- Brooker, Fla., will hod: a Centennialand

; ding music, played the Grand. March ior Class Halloween party at Starke Mrs Alderman (pointing/: Fresh Home Coming Day service on

1, from "Alda." This. was followed by Saturday evening.G. man sitting/: on the //grass crying and Nov. 15th, 1925. A program is being

a vocal solo, "At Dawning," sung! by B. Colson and son Ressie, were squalking)-Whats wrong/: with that (I prepared and Dr. J. J. Bullen, will

) V Miss. Efltelle. Waits business visitors to Starke Saturday poor little Freshman? (I :preach.' Everybody is cordially invited Company

I ',b During the ceremony "Troumerl," afternoon. Clevy-Oh just lazy. 1 to attend.

"pia" \ V was played softly by Mrs. Hamilton, E. R. Ward of Wildwood spent the I I Mrs. Aldl'rman-But laziness would- I _
the violin by her sister
: accompanied on Week-end here with his mother, Mrs :, ent make him cry. e ,-
o Miss Eupha Turner. T. P. Ward.A I I Clevy-Yes, but he's sitting on a.. NEIGHBORHOOD; NEEDLE CLUB
To the strains of Mendelssohn's sandspur and Is too lazy to get; off. i
folks from here (
number of young I Tuesday evening the Neighborhood I
Wedding :March the bridal party en-
i i'' .
'. tend attended the-Halloween party Fri lay I I New pupil-Gee, but those girls :Needle Club met at the home of :Mrs.

'. } Y Miss Entelle Waits was maid-of- night given at the home of Mr. and sing: a lot out on the sidewalk don't : P. :M. Barefoot on Cherry St.
Mrs. L. A. Wynn near H mpton. This club has been
? recently organ
honor, and wore a becoming model of they I
( I
VV. black satin back with trimmings H. ,K. Thomas of Leesburg, was a Melvin-Yes, they must have been ized, and the object of it is to promote -
." crepe '
visitor here l last Saturday and Sunday.Mr. vaccinated with phonograph needle. :; a neighborly, friendly spirit,
of pencil blue. Her hat was of blue, a
: Il e, of : and :Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son, and to accomplish much sewing at
and she carried ai arm bouquet Ophelia
\ CJar nce, spent Sunday at Lake Butler :Merton Clark was taking Buster I these meetings.The .

roses.The as guests of their daughter and out to ride in his automobile. following officers were elected:
; bride entered on the arm of her
who son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Crews.C. i I Buster-Merton, are you going up President! Mrs. P. M. Barefoot.
father Mr. W. B. Haynes, Sr.,
f l' A. Williams, Misses Arden'f lor down the highway? Vice-Pres.Mrs. :Mary N. Brad-
her in marriage. They met
: \ gave were Brown and Lillie Mae Anderson spent I' M'rton-Well, the old thing is ahaw.

at the altar by the groom and his best the woek-end lit the latter'a home I pretty weakly built and might fall I Secretary-:Mrs. H. A. Tucket. ((7 5+ikG1a
Mr. Talmadge Haynes, of Lake- ;
man, near Lulu. I(I down, then again the radiators none I Treasurer-Mrs. J. R. Davis. ,
i ly
The bride
land Flo. more
I was
,I lovely, than In her bridal never costume of Royce Gainey and Livingston Runs I,I too good and she mlglit: go up. I The next meeting/ will be held at I 'I

1 ', were visitors to Gainesville Satur lay ; I the home of Mrs. R. A. Ncwsom, Friday ipH
blond satin back crepe, bcoutifully'embroidered. I I Wilbur-Why don't they have u ? ,
evening. November
In a deeper shade on tho ', Boy Scout Troop here? I(I evening the 13th.
i 'oJ. Hugh Butler, Crosby and S. M. Adams
f WAs Fame
sleeves and the front of the bodice. disbanded I
f on :Mutt, motored over to the State Farm I i I Owen-They used to, but they -
The skirt was fashioned along circular : 'I because it was getting too r4 t
f Saturday night.Mr. I
.... lines, and her hat and other accessories : and :Mrs. Harry Eddy of Waldo 'hard to persuade motorists to pick I Practical Instruction In Financier -
f were the name harmonizing 'them, up on hikes. a "> W' 1
f color at her gown. passed through our town Sunday 8'1'I _- I HOME SEWING a (

(j I'. Her bouquet was of Ophelia roses m., er.roc.tc to Lacrosse. I :Miss Brown=Give me a word containing I Ruth V I4 V 'f
Wyeth Spears
'II f showered with valley lillios.I Wilson' KU.IH was a busireaa visitorto deficiency.ElmerWhen / John Adams second president ol the

.+ I f '. Immediately after the ceremony, Waldo on :Monday night. i: you go fishing pick United States, won fame as a financier
Mrs. T. P. Ward and children! spent
J ( Mr. and Mrs Haynea left in their Saturday afternoon' in Starke. up deficiency 'em wiggle. i when be borrowed $2.000,000 from Hoi
; \ for Washington. D. C., and SuC.o' Y
1V car ,
Sheriff W. J. Epperson and deputy Jimmy-I use my head at work.
folk, Va., where they will visit thebride's 'aod."e F2Bradford
f were business visitors here on Sunday.Mr. i 1 Joseph-That.s nothing, so does a
"j i sister, Mrs. Lynn II. Potter l>e- was a firm believer 'In banking
', : and Mrs. L. I R. Gainey and two woodpecker.
foro returning to their home In Lake- daughters Lois and Toleida, spent I i Every man who hopes to be a success

kIrq t land Fla. Sunday afternoon at the State Farm.L. i l{ Elizabeth-I've forgotten the words In life' has a bank account.
"" Mrs. Haynes Is the charming daughter R. Gniney, G. W. and E. M. Haz- to "Yes Sir, Thats My Baby." '

V, of !Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Haynes, Sr., en, L. A. Brown and Dutch :Malphurswere I Carlyle-Fine! Make my happlnellscompl'te ..1 Make up your mind to place a certain

"t', \ and has
I circle of friends since coming to our Monday. I I David-I maintain girls and boys ''ef, r in the bank. I"
city tq live from Vidalia, several Royce Gainey and Livingston Russ are all equal.LeolaNow .

\ yean ago were among friends at Lawtey Sun tY. David l, you'r bragging. hVVR We invite an Inspection of our banking
Mr. Haynes is a prominent young! I g methods.
H. B. Ingnm, of Ocala, spent the MatthewsHTwhats
i i contractor of Lakeland', Fla., and ,ia n I Miss the diameter -
week-end here all guest of Mr.: and
z I.t.
i and of the earth.
man of magnetic personality high
Mrs. E. T. Stuart.
integrity. They both have many Allen-Oh, about 8,000 miles. I

j 1 friends throughout Georgia: and Flora HAMPTON: I :Miss Matthews( shocked at intelligence .t II

Ida, who wish them a life of happiness : )-How do you find the dis : I BankBradford
together. Miss Julia Maxwell, of Jacksonville, tance. I V.r Ill i'v County

I The bride's going away gown was was the guest of her mother, Mrs J. i Allen-I find It immense.

'V a beautiful model of dark blue poiret M. :Maxwell last Sunday.Mr. County' Financial Stronghold
and !Mrs. C. A. Durling, and Virginia- Miss Brown lays that
twill with trimmings of Her
papsy. Established 1889 STARKE FLA.
I becoming hat was of pansy with trim daughter, Mary Elizabeth, all of Cocoa i' education is a fast express: toward $<

( mings of gold.: were their uests of Mrs. Durling's civilization. ,
i Florence-I know !Jt but If
Among the out-of-town guests were sister, Mrs. J. V. Jones.

I I Mr. and, Mrs. Talmadge Haynes, of Rev. A. S. Jones, ex-pastor, of the we students travel in sleepers. ,

''cI Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs Benjamin H. First Baptist church, of Hampton, wasa I :Mias Florence--Name the four sea- GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

Gray, of Sanford, and Mr. and !Mrs. visitor here this week. His ability, sons. I

I II. S. Forman, of Lakeland.:-(Fitzgerald and success, as preacher and pastor j': Junior-Salt, pepper, cinnamon, and I II & RITCH
,) Herald.IN l. while he labored so faithfully among I II
the people here has won for him ]
many friends, who are always glad to j I' :Miss Brown (To new pupil)-How

I :Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Weathersby, Pupil-Aye bane not know. I BONUS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
I :Mrs. A. Z. Adk-ns? entertained delightfully .
I at auction bridge Thursday have been visitors to Jacksonville.Mrs. Miss Brown-Well, when were you I MADE PROMPTLY
I !\ F. M. Johnson of Jennings, born?
afternoon In honor of her sisiter, Mrs. I
was business visitor here this week. ; bane born all
P a Pupil-Aye not at ,
L. -
LeRoy Roane of Tampa who -
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:Mrs. E. A. of Lake Geneva
aye got step-mutter.
married the of I
,, on 22nd October. was the I truest of Mre. J. F. Sullivan I FlowsrtUU Chiffon Skirt Dr. J. H. Hysonjr, of Sharon Pa., Largo-Railroad Avenue being pav
The of this 'home
J \ V room attractive ., last Monday. Mrs. Alderman-How many sides for Evening Wear. 'left Saturday for his home after ed.
were decorated with 'basket and Rev. Hicks, of Waldo filled his I has a circle? pending a week in Starke. While
Th bodies of the dress U fitted
bowls of yellow cosmos and the graceful ular appointment ng't!t :\Ierrill-Two. mam, inside and out here he purchased four hundred acres I I
'p pink coral vine. Salted nuts in as pastor o(;> the I very slightly to the figure and eat Renew Your Health
f. cunning Hallow'en baskets First Baptist church: here last ;:>unday side. In six pointed scallop at the bot of land end will return the last of the
were placedon A. M. and P. M. I tom. These scallop are finished year to reside in Starke. Dr: Hyso-ig
on the card tables. :Mozetle McGruder and W. T. Prof. (slightly out of temper-) with bias bindings. Is en experienced dentist and Is considering by PurificationAny
Mrs. Burnett, of Gainesville, wi!>n Well let it rain. If I I
f the first who are attending' school in Student-I f Th. dress U made with a plain opening an office here.
prize, benton .
a hand-painted HiCks'1 was going to sir.Fresh.
ville, spent the week end with foundation of the cId on There I S. S. Dowling returned Wednesdayfrom will tell that
dish physician
; Mrs. E. L. Biorgs made low you
.I' and was presented with rfI't' parents here ; .-The Doctor told us our baby an> two lien of the chiffon drapecries [ a business trip to West Palm "Perfect Purification of the System -
a pair P. J. Pearce, and daughter/ Mtoae. had hives. six on each row. The easiest i i Beach.:
shoe-trees. The consolation is Nature's foundation of
prize, a to shape these drapery piece
home here after a ,visit with friends war I I
Soph.-I thought that bees '
towel was given to Miss Johnson of only rid
Is to cut of twenty-seven. Perfect Health. Why not
ti Edna and Margaret, returned to their had hives. I square The Woman's Club will meet at
y si a j. Gainesville; and to the honor guest, and relatives in Valdosta, Ba. I Inches dimensions. Then cut off I'I two o'clock Wednesday afternoon and yourself of chronic ailments that

: Mrs. Ronne was given ,a pair of embroidered Rev. E. S. Taylor pastor 'of the !I II :'ofiaml-DaV'ls Powell, clerk in the | the upper corner of each aquarea :,.hold a business session lasting one are undermining your vitality
shown in the at the
pillow cases. I First Christian church filled his ragu- |i Miami post-office, has been released The diagram then; hour after which the Armistice Day Purify your entire system by taking -
t The hoftUs served right drapery piece are
chicken salad .cours with a tempting and! I lIar appointment' at the Christian on $1,000 bond by United States Com- I lawn In place) at the top only, the 'program will take place. a thorough course of Calotabs,

whipped fOffee I II church, at McIntosh !sat Sunday. : missioner, Lloyd V. Hooks, following rest being allowed to fall a* It will. 'I -once or twice a week for several

cream. his arrest by post office inspectorsfor I The edge may be pieoted or rolled The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C. weeks-and see how Nature re-
,' I Amour the guests were: Mrs. Jim Tallahassee.-Martica Saunders of
I alleged theft of mail matter. and whipped. will meet next Thursday afternoon,
I Dell, :Mrs. J. C. Adkina. Miss John-I Middlebury Vermont has been elected Powell was accused of opening special On and _haLt yard ef the the 13th inst., at three-thirty o'clock, warda you with health.

,p \ eon, Mrs. Burnett, :Mrs. Johnson, :Mrs.. editor-in-chief of the Florida Flam-1' delivery letters containing tarns of t crepe de Chine and five and a half I at the home of Mrs. O. I* Haynes. All Calotabs are the greatest of all

1 Tubervllle, all of Gainesville; Mrs. J.I; beau the weekly publication of the money. He I.< said. to have come to Miami I I yard of fifty-four inch chiffon will members requested to be present as system purifiers. Get a family

I T. Moore, of Lawtey: Mra. J. M. Florida State College for Women, taking from Kentucky. He was given be needed to make this. die** I there will be an election of officersfor package, containing full directions -

Mitchell Mr. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. E. t I the place of Virginia Yowell, of place of clerk in the mailing the// the coming year, also annual reports price 35 eta. ; trial package,

J. Biggs, Mis Aileen Alvarez, :Mrs A.iV II I I'J. Orlando who has quit school.r !. September 23. ,; will b. read. 10 eta At any drug store. (Adr.)
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I Beautiful new line ladies coats! were Mary L. and Zebbie Hickman, who can recojrnlz an opportunity, .
and dresses at Stump's. of Gainesville; Sherman Gates, Ethos I and seize it. ;M. C. Stith, Realtor.

lin, Dorothy and Carol White, Lu- PENT-A-WORI
Bits I I, cilleand Edwards, Margaret and FOR SALE-Missionary Strawberry I
of Local :Messrs. ,V. II. Harrell, O. W. Barry, Roy '
''J. B. Thomas, J. D. Baxter, A. L. I :Marion Williams, Virginia Alvarez plants J. M. Dixon, Lawtey, Fla.,
Green, E. J. Lewis L. A. Brown and : Mattie Belle Rigsby, Annie !Mae and COLUMN Southwest of Lnwtey on llellbron
Information L.R. Gainey of Brooker, were trans. Willie Thornton. Springs' road It.'REWARD .

; "''' acting business here Monday. I'
.. .Concerning Our People, Butinett and Clearwater-Pinna forming for construction FOR SALE-Strawberry plants. A -Ten dollar reward to
the man who will buy real bar-
\ million-dollar hotel
New line of Novelties John- of I I
Bronke Starke Fla.
Progres of the ,
C' County .
and Town. I triniu.. that this office handle
son's Cash Store where Scott I
I Every bu\t,-legible.. Reward paid I '
used to sell. WANTED-Pecan boaters, white jr t
Miami.-Chlsm, 26, an employe of I I ut this "fri..e. M C. Stith, Realtor
colored, $2.50 day. See II
wages per
I the James Deering properties, was
I L. Stevenson J. S. Norman. 10
I 1 arrived killed instantly at 9:45: : o'clock Sun.
when crushed between two
day night
I I I husbandwho has charge of the Postal -
busses of the Hialeah and Allapatth N. C. or Florida Runner Sd Pea
i Telegraph, office in Stark. They bus line. The victim was a passengerof 'OUND--Thc''e corner lots in Stnikc. nuts $1.00 per bushel (Four ants
I I will mike their home in Starke, and bus No. 21, westbound. It i I. thought Going for $!)tJO.)9.!) :M. C. Stath, Ke"l-, pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla.
we welcome them to our midst tor. H. T. HALL COMPANY.
,,I that his elbow protruded from the
'' window of the bus and was caught l = Lowell Fla.
I I I Boy's longles, and boys shoesat ', In the widow panel of a passing eastbound 1.0ST-The opportunity of buying i -- -- -- -

Sternberg's. I' bus. Both buses passed close. Bradfod County Fa.-ms for $1.00 an 1 .\
I ttt' MINUTia
together according to witnesses He acre. When found, report to :M. ('. S

I j jj ; Rev. Hudd :M. Spiv-jy, D. D. was pulled from his seat by the impact Stith, Realtor.WANTEIPointer. C SUICIDE I II
dent of Southern College f at and his body was thrown throughthe I torn ..
j CTa
Fla., and Rev. Fred Turner, I). window of the eastbound bus. do-r: -malt. or female ,
''' Secrcta-y of Southern College, 0"1( Both busses passed and his left arm must bo broke aid, ralsto 'noble Prom SITICIOI CO., C.mmero., C* ,I
I over night guests lat Thursday was almost severed. for cash flax 702 St rko, Pin\ :
I tho Presbyterian Manse\ guests of It*. I. Habitual Constipation Gu'.d:
Rev. and Mrs. H A. Tucker. in 14 to 21 Days v
I : won't last "LAX-rOS WITH I'IPSIN": is
i I I AHNING-'oly bargain a spuclally-
I WRIGLEYS lonjf Look them over !M C. Stlth, I tueparmlSyrup'luuu, '.liixutlvitforllui .
: I i Legal blank. for sale at the Tl- RealtorWANTKD. Constipation. It relieves l promptly, and J
j jl graph office. I I should be taken regularly for 14 to .Jl days
I to Induce It Stimulates und
II: regularartlon.
II i
I i I -A buyer A developerA R lIulate Very Pleasant to Take.. title
:| The Tallahassee Daily Democrat,
AFTEREVERY farm'r. An mv'itor Soma one per bottle
1 Oct. 2Vth, carries a list of the members'j ,
of tho new sorority, Pi Kappa Sigma, +
i l i recently installed at the Florida State-1 I EVERYMEAL
I II College for Women. Among tho list I : We O
r-,; can charge
I .. your
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I I i we find the name of Miss Iris Epperson :
I' a St.-.rk' girl. Miss; Epperson has .I
many friends here, who wish her much affordsL I ) Storage Battery In U ISmith's !
I I success in all her undertakings. 9 benefit as wellas ,

: Saturday special at Sternberg's Healthful exercise for the teeth S *
I : : i $1.50; () house dresses: at 95 cent. and a spur to digestion. A long- e
) lasting refreshment soothing to Garage i;
Mr. and :Mrs. L. L. Roune and :Mrs.M. nerves and stomach.
E. Kdw.nls, who were guests of
I The Great American
[ I I Judge find Mrs. A. Z Adkira left Sat Sweetmeat, untouched
urtlay. A -
by hands, full offlavor i
I Tampa and !Mrs. Edwards to Gaines- ,
: ville. I J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

I I "I Legal blanks for ala at the Telegraph -

'i i office. ""Perry M INSURANCEAGENCY
I cr cu
i :Mrs. Lee Taylor and little daughter, lacy
I Lorain", who have been visiting her
J I sister, :Miss Cora Calhoun, left Sunday -
I| morning for Cottonwood, Ala.,
] !' ('I where they will spend several weeks To Cure a Cold In unO Umj STARKE FLA.
with Mrs. Taylor's mother.I fake LAXATIVE UROMO QUININE (Tihleut I'mmn ,
I _________-_____ t Hrailach and wwMontnCold ,
eM'k.\ i
I E s lilnitunionMrhbos. Mr
j and Mrs.\ L. II. Partridge, of _
Lake City, were in town Wednesday
I i I afternoon.Ir.! and !Mrs. Partridgewere

I I[ once residents of our town and Bayer Aspirin Odmm@m@@@ 9m1QmIQ10@@mm@mIDmmIDmmmtOltlm@@m@IDmm@m@mtffID@m@@mmm0Wood
[ they have a host of friends here who
( I ure always glad to welcme them
I back.I .

I :Mrs. S. T. Dell, of Gainesville
Safe I
j here Tuesday and wasaccompanied
home by her fat'nnrCol.
;' W T. Weeks, and her sister. -- Beginning October 1st., we will pay $6.00 per CordF.

i I' :Mrs. J. :M. Browslfce. Col. Weeks. and Take without Fear as ToldIn O. It. Jacksonville for first class four foot light-

I :Mrs Brownlee attended the Confederate wood suitable for retort purposes, and four foot oak
[ Veterans Reunion which won in I
I session in Gainesville this week "Bayer" Package wood, $5.00 per cord, F. O. II. Jacksonville.We .

not.'I. Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph IMBASER purchase wood twelve month In the year and always en-

I I office. dearer to give full measurement and make relurna promptly.
% hen making shipments- mall us copy of your bill of lading
I :Miss Mary Dodd !left Tuesday for
j i ( Bronson where she will attend thei
i Levy County Fair. She will have a ''I
: booth at this fair, dealing with the Florida Wood Products Co.
work being done by the State Boardof
: I I Health. :Mfss! Dodd will return JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
1 I : ;> Mo:iday to continue her work in this
county the school children.
a51111a! >''zmmmmm m@mmmmmmmttlmmmmmmmmrlittlmm@Imnmttw! !

!! : Contract for deeds, chattel mortgage .
I blanks, option contracts war
: ranty deeds retain title note., turf

pentine lease, etc., for sale at the Unless you tee the "Puver ("'.'Ha'' or t
I' Telegraph omce.I ;nckafM or on tablet juii ore n. t g,.t
Ifl, If the 1111\ ,
I A-.nn| "rutw! 1 1k
: II I I Little Miss: Mary Nelle CrowHy ...tu. ty millions' and| i on..,.r.ls"p l hvI'yiicluni
I 'j, celebrated her sixth birthday an. I over twuui/fho years lot

: niveraary Saturday afternoon by giving CV>M. 11e.dreh), .? 1.
a lovely birthday the Neuritis I..e I.TIM I.
,! : I II (I I I J.home C. Crowley of her ,parents on Ninth party Mr.St. and Mrs .\I'al'I,..l'ig, 'M. .::1'' 'M',. tli .in

: : I I II |I After presenting the sweet little .... "llp'.ro' :,.<.II I', I iv'...i .. ,|
( i n. '
ii t' i.I i.
I i hostess with their gifts, the children
I'. I .. lubl u. .... rle. AVE
all enjoyed merry game until they .,
i I : I I invited into the dining room for
'I : : the birthday feast. Hallowe'en deco
: 'I ratio.s; were effectively used.l, the table -
: l' beir-K centered by a Jack o'lanterncut
from a real pumpkin. With the
I I I in darkness except for the light Howdy FolksLET
shining from the Jack o'lantern, the ,
I I' took on a weird, fantastic appearance -
{ Make Us YourBookkeepers
I I which was in striking con-
I'If to the bright, happy face of US INTRODUCE

i tho children gathered around the table. YOU TO OUR NEW
: The six candle on the beautiful birthday -
(I I[i cake were lighted by the little One Day Battery
'' hostess Mrs;\ Crowley, assisted by 1
I i Mrs. Hickman, of Gainesville, served ServiceOur
I : I the children with ice cream and cake. Men and women who have difficulty in keeping

Those who enjoyed this merry party track of where their
I new charging. outfit recharge money goes are invited to let

I CoM Cans. OrIp and Influenza : batteries perfectly in us keep their cash accounts for them.

LAXATIVE!: BROMO QUININE' !: Tabtau KamitfcweuM. 8 to 12 hour I
; ThmUoolT DM Bnax Quintal*."
t I E. w. GROVE'S sly.aaes oo bas. an. '
I I Gives you a better, longerlived Open a checking account with us, and pay every

: ; : eT .IIl111111IS1. charge, and rave on rental ex- I' bill by check. .
: penae. Why auffer the an-

noyance of poor lights and
American Lunchis
I You will know
always where
] sluggish starting Bring that exactly you stand l

the place to eat Dinners, I weak battery in today. Get ittonight and where the money went.

]f Short Orders, Sandwitches, I or early tomorrow.We .
I Home made pies, Drinks,

Cigars, Tobaccos, Confections i
'' handle the EXIDE But-

: I' and S.Grocers.Courtney teries.STERN'S. BANK OF STARKE

1! j I

I| I I GARAGE The Bank of Helpful ServiceWE

I ; TIle O.tata. That Don Not Affect Tb Bud I Starke, la. PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS
9rtvm* tt It* loole and lauriv. rtfa*: LAXA
: ;\ I I five BROMO QOININK!: (T._, NG b.rtanso .
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AGENTS'e .REPORTS e e Ideal Fertilizers High st

Farmers and FarmingFARMERS -
Santa Rosa County (J. G. Hud

son): This! week my entire time has QualItyIDEAl.

been devoted to enrolling club mem-
i bers. Much Interest has beon manifested -
AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE l in club work with the boys BRANDS have led the State for thirty years.! Order. early and

OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND and girls in the schools that we have avoid delays caused by congested freight conditions.
ARTICLES SUITED TO OUR COUNTY visited tho but few enrollment cards
TO BE BEST have been returned at this time, the Service Organization Available to Vegetable GroweR:

number being 45. WE OFFER to the vegetable growers of Florida through our subsidiary

ROUND face of drought and insect ravages. Con- I Florida Agricultural Supply the services of Dr. M. D. Leonard
) BEAUTIFY WITH YEAR. i I Volu\la\ County (C. D. Case) : Company, ,
1 i'' FLOWERS SUITED TO STATE I The demonstration speaks for itself ,' siderable interest manifested In boys' an Entomologist and Plant Pathologist of high repute.IF .

,1 "" e CSS club work, 69 boys have signed and
Florida people are beginning! to HOME DEMONSTRATION sent in application cards, with a num- TROUBLES arise in the field, tell us about them and we will give you!

muko more efforts than ever before I'I'I" AGENTS' REPORTS ber of schools yet to be heard from. I the most up-to-date method of control.
their yards lawns, cam. All school officers and teachers have
I I\ puses to, beautify, streets, walks, driven, etc. The I II' . .-. . e been cooperating with us in this Enrollment OUR PRICE LIST NO. 29 will be sent upon request.

:: homo demonstration department du_ I I Lee County (Mlas Sallie\ Lindsey) : : work. The outlook is bright ',

sires to encourage this work and 'to ; Starved: bread contest for three clubs for some very satisfying club work'
1 leud assistance. a5 far as P" Blbl. this week. Each club will\ have a in Volusia County. I'
'J offer the following hints, which local contest In broad making in January Wilson-Toomer Fertilizer CompanyManufacturers
"" They C\urtyj.; Shealyi I
i+j"' It i ill hoped will be of value. The winner in these contests Hard : ( A. ) : )I
members this weekIn
i Enrolled 173 club
contest at the
{ will enter the coiu.ty
\ I '?8IES: Few fl.jwirs surpass schools. Boys and gttlsp of Meal Fertilizers JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
The girl winning
)! low-growing annual. It should fulr i i. February. / p .
I 11 this have never had any club work but\
be $10.00 in gold
November first will given
September to prize
i frcm
bo planted when the advantages are explainedmany I
the State Short lourse,
well adopted to masse and a trip to
and\ l is it.
to want chance at
e bed planting. It will not produce where she will represent the countyIn seem a the I ....
schools want --
of ---- --
The girl winning All principals -- ------
bread contest.
soil the
rich or
+ 1 i' large flowers of except stable on manure has second prize will be given $7.50 I work in their school and spoke in SLANDERER OF MIAMI: FORCED Vanity Touched I In winter, as you may have guessed,

where been added.plenty an 1 1.:8 girl winning third prize will be I behalf of club\ work. I TO RETRACT CHARGES Prizefighter (In restaurant) : My favorite indoor sport is rest.
V -
.w given $2.0.Taylor T. Nettles) : I "Gimme a baked apple with cream."
SWEET ALLYSUM: This is a Pasco County (W. Public retracting: of statements he Ed I'urdy's I'holos +
small plnnt which bears a profusion County (:\1 t'4. A. P. Powell) : have found the people of the county | published in about 75 Georgia and Waitress: "Whipped cream? "Never wear a wishbone where a

of flowers! and Is suitable for edgeing, Vlsted a new school Friday and explained very responsive. to extension work. )I Florida newspapers that Miami's expansion Prizefighter cream-I (disgusted): "Naw" backbone should be,"
bedsbaskcts or for planting around) : every phase of club work Have organized in five clubs in five I was over and that people plain can whip cream

the base of palms or other plants. Girls und teachers seem l11terellte.land different communities. Was able to were going back north, was demanded The Boy's Right Ancient History ''
The Winter result I expect to enroll al get local leaders for each club or- Hialcah real estate "Tell me-what usually Dexter: "Dreams go by contrary.
SWEET PEAS: as a of II. A. Boyd, Inexperience: -
Baxter said it. Didn't I
in Dade City : "Boy, you
best of club during enrollment week ganized. The when he before is the bottom of ;
Flowering Spencer group seems ole::) operator, appeared at these family "
l and, organized with 10 members and immediately marry one?
suited to Florida. September Mayor J. P. Grehen and abody jars
,; October are thj best months to plantthen sboiough County (Mrs M. S. divided into two /groups to Hialeah citizens Friday night. He admitted ; Experienced: "Hooch." Blonde Bess Opinions!
.I altho Nosomber; l Is often not \too A I HPTClub) : enrollment week we-it put on a membership campaign. The his advertisements were false "Old maids< should not take much
over part of the county with loosers to set the winners up to I Lazy Writes '
every are Larry
about two inches apart, to for retractionsto It
r j lat Plant and promised pay time in sizing up a man- affords
covering two inches ducp. Finally 38 1 new girls em-oiled. I have two a pilcau supper. be inserted in the newspapers I. In summer, spring and also fallI the man the !same opportunity."
hi.:h schools in this part of the county do not like to work at all,
his first advertisements.
which had carried
thin to four Inches aparta ,1 .nd where they are ..s soon us the Palm Beach County ((5. W. Hiatt) : i
ANTHIORIIUM, SNAP DRAGON: ''girls are big enough for club work they this week making a total of forty- .-Miami News.

A fine flower for cutting! and for massing going into town school and there seven.TKA.

''n I In beds. There.aro dwarf and ,are get home economics I Ulrafum rt twfl.lf..**t In.re. tVllllf In. This Day and Age \ More per Cow Rather than More Cows
]large vnritles In all colors. Alia BJTDV17III V* IIIUB -v'.i -- Ted: "Have you a cigarreteT I am
CANDYTUFT: This plant grows Pinellas County (Miss Luella 1\[. Florida is rapidly changing in all of completely out." I
I r" to he ubout n foot high and looks well Rouse): Junior clubs have been organized the cities and larger towns. Sub,, Jack: "No I havn't-but wait a Says U. S. Bureau ChiefI" ,

!I 11 j' In masses. in three schools where there : divisions have boosted the price of moment and I will get one for you-

I Y PHLOX: Hardy phlox ore readily was 'vt club last year. Eight of the I land so high that many dairymen OH, MOTHER!!"
'I I grown from seed anj ire splendid for clubs are 100 percent in that every : have become wealthy from the sale
.. k I of this land, :Many of these dairy-
j waste places or grown! In masses ]I girl of eligible age is a club member.
"; I' :;. Altho some annuals do, well In poor I\ulub enrollment this year has been men are ready to enter other professions tl t'"o y uL

s'' soils, they ore an except wither than ,I most satisfactory. where the hours are shorter About.Vour
will be well repaid and the work not so regular. The
} the rule, und one ,
and enriching Lake County (Miss Marie Cox) : unfortunate fellows who don't own I II
: for thoroughly preparing I
Publicity given club work by ...theseven land instructions to !
is their ore getting Jle lth
: the soil. Plant food necessaryfor
,' I the IIuct'IIstulll'rowlnle of any plant papers of this county during move. They are having to move so : '
) for this enrollment week has been very I far that it is no longer practical to It
excellent enriching

e4 Ii', manure soil, for Hupply.ig: : this necessary beneficial in getting the general public Detail their milk to the consumer, Things You Should Know
_ 11' Other to learn more of this work and !''ts i says Hamlm L. Brown, dairyman for V
: plant food. requisites' \ are iirwr
v ).1 clean cultivation and plenty of value) Articles were carried In each I I the Agricultural Extension Division t 1

h molatuic. that announced the Enrollment Week I I Central! distribution plants are being n J y, IIr
I I and urged the boys and girls to take I established. They receive the tiM 1

\,\ BEAN GROWERS TO I II this opportunity offered them to join milk delivered from the dairy farmers -

I : VISIT DEMONSTHATION( : the, club work at this time. on trucks and trains, and pasteurize '
I cool, bottle and deliver it to Ili) Iii) :
i j Mr. R. S. Shortrldgc of Cltru Is one Walton County (Miss Josephine the consumers. + .a, r : i
of very few farmers who has a full Nirumo) : Enrolled sixty girls in first The have turned the
producers M. D
t by John Joseph
,I crop of bcjuiH. And it U not "chance" year work and thirty-five in second marketing of milk over to distributors -. ------
or "luck" that has played Into Mr.Shoitrldge's year, during Club Enrollment Week.Many who are in a pomtion to systematize (j; Initerwooil. Und.rooil: ;
I I hands And Is It not that card are still. to come In. En their routes and deliver the milk Alleviating Bronchial Distress In a Chicago address recently Or 'i' W Larson keept track at milk rows en
rolled members "Winter Bronchitis" is a real affliction farm al( the ,nun.n\!> .! bow much milk
in several
1:( 1- he alone planted( beans for a considerable l new com- much cheaper than is possible wherea Dr. ('. W. Larson rhlef of the ..
those they ll I.
peculiar to already
munities. Met with Arcada club and
T acreage was planted In Alachun large numhef' of producers are delivering t'ntted States' Bureau of Dairying
old It Is
1 and Marlon Counties. The secret lies I gave a demonstration in rug making. aged or approaching age.
milk to all parts of a city. made a plea greater productionper
complaint, as every account of production foreach
a ord
Several) of the schools where I want very cojnmon an
in the fact that Mr. Shortrldne/ knows :,
The pasteurizing of milk means practicing physician knows. Its cow rather than an Increase In
cow-the amount of feed given
to girls club work have not
J .. beans. put ,I that the milk is put in large vats and care becomes a problem to many the number of cows. For grade
dates a
and 'irceillns
Y, Horn Is about what happened. Most I opened yet. heated to 11.1:! degrees to 145; degrees families who number older folks
/ g" I I The average cow In the United dairy herd the record system may
of the beans were plumed on hastily their treasures. To old
Ion County. (Mrs: Ruth\ C. Kel- Fahrenheit and held at that temperature among
r prepared l lend l where the lack of m lsr' lum) : There are sixteen schools in I for 30 minutes, and then cooled people life and'oWt are paramount States yields annually only about be quite simple.Cowtesting .

turn was aggravated. As a result, the the county outside of the city schools I rapidly to 40 degrees./ Milk l is not blessings.! Cmrh mixture 4.000 pounds of milk of which :.1% associations promote a
plants could not the fertilizer, are legion, and ma y are palliative is butterfat.
use rooked at this all of
temperature ns the
of Tallahassee. I found from the records -I but seldom curative. Indeed, proper more faithful follow-through of
they could not until rain came.
r' grow thnt there are 180 girls of club tho constituents remain the same. conduct does more permanent Careful breeding and eliminationby rudiments of dairying. Among them
: Hut from the Instant \that they
came I
ago attending these schools. After The cream rises, and the milk reacts good than medicin. The "fresh air test In the milk herd makes an are Intelligent feeding proper stabling .
4 up, a tiny Insect known as "Icaf-hop-
all other tests similar to fresh
attacked them ranking a strong campaign for Club to crank" comes in and demands the Increase to 8,000 pounds of milk an- :, regular milking thorough
THT" in
t great swarms!I Enrollment I have 130 girls enrolledin milk. But the disease germs are inevitable wide-open windows. No with of the
nually per cow not Impossible grooming periodical clipping
pl: ; The hoppero thrive In hot, dry wea some phase of club work. The club killed and the milk Is made safe if matter how colh-.how damporhow
the dairyman. This would long hair from flanks udder and
) they Mr. Shortridgo was ready for,: and average
I which held last properly handled thereafter. Pasturi- laden with floating gases
". them and began: to dust and spray at I was camp the greatest was attraction for summer new I I zing i ba commercial .ecossity where micro-organisms, the windows must net the milk produced\ $15.00 above underline and other attendant precautions -
[ once with the result that he has a members. milk from a large number\ of dairies I be open, and the cough goes on, to feed coat per cow as compared with against the presence of bacteria -
I veyme prospect for a crop and a is mixed. the distress of the sufferer and of the present overage of only $26.00. in the milk.
I price too. I'I'I St. Johns County Miss Anna those about him. To stupefy such
( E. Modern refrigeration: in the milk Membership In a cow-testing association In cow-testing associations, recordsof
with narcotic cough mixtures
l A field meeting will be held in Mr. Heist) : Club Enrollment Week in plants provides quick and thorough patients
1 I. the general* rule, but how and the maintenance of the milk and butterfat productionof
Shortrldge's bean field \
on St Johns County was a splendid suc cooling that makes a more palatable!
futile! herd records are extremely desira pure bred cows are made under
November 0 at 10 o'clock This is''
; J cess. Girls and boys in all communities and. wholesome food.
Warm air
\ : held under the Remember thus may ble. The system of records shouldat the supervision of the associationand
auspices of the UnI Visited were anxious for club Milk will the
production( move to and U
I I be just as pure as cold usually -
least include Identification official
an rec- are given recognition.
verslty Agricultural Extension Divt.[ I! work and signed up for work as fol- I farming sections of the state, where much more comforting than

Mon and under the direct suporvi. lows: Garden 70, Sewing 94. Poultry fowls can be produced.' cold night air. Bedrooms should .
ion of Mr. Clifford Hiatt, County 16, Canning 82, making a total of 213. With good pastures\ and an abundance invariably be "aired oat" thoroughly - -- - ---- -

bean grower of Alachun and Marion All club girls are working hard to of home-grown forage crops, during the day. Beds are much
County should avail himself of the finish up the year's work on time. it will be practical to raise the calves healthier unmade, and allowed to -

r opportunity of seeing Just what can I Those who complete It by November15th from the best cows and by the use air thoroughly. When night comes
r be done in bean production In the will receive club pins. I of purc-bred sires from high producing close the windows, and allow.
little change of temperature as
i cows, greatly increased the production possible in the bedroom till morn :
i VI ,QIIOC.o1So.oCo.. IOE3OISEXOC oa per cow in Florida. ing. Do not close bedroom doors
Dairying in Florida is badly upset if the sleeping. apartment is small I WANTEDI
o while undergoing the change, but will and this suggests airing the entire : .
n rapidly build back on a better basis residence as often as necessary for
I1* o WANTED than ever before. pure air, but do It in daytime.
I Sleeping-rooms should be where I
Blessed are they who plant trees bright sunlight can enter freely during Ii
and shrubs along our highways; the day. And remember this i I
future generations will enjoy their Cold night-air never benefitted a t
Ff F- thoughtfulness. coughon' the contrary it aggravates I

; o 0p Blessed are they whose homes show and prolongs the difficulty. It I II
o 0 exterior culture to the passerby.! Night-airs are laden with Impurities
Fr and, in winter, chill the delicate with trucks to contract the cutting -
Blessed 1 are they who appreciateGods I II I
membranes, beyond -
Small Farms gifts of birds and flowers and their respiratory recuperative power. Th d of Lath
Improved a hauling Cypress
fl n
encourage their growth and. increase. closed bedroom I If not an "old I I I II
Biased are they who scatter flower
<. seed and keep friends and neighborsfrom fogy" idea. I Blocks, we to furnish the timber. Average I
Next week Hcaltkr Old Ag*.
and g p' the roadside.destroying wild flowers along haul 4 miles. j

U j Blessed are they who banish bill- I
4 q board from their property, for they No Worms In a Healthy'ChildAll i

ji I Acreage City I are protocters of nvdside beauty. children color which troubled Indicate with: Worm poor blood bases sodas OttbMltbr ii i We also buy Cypress Blocks f. o. b. I

p Blessed are they who keep open pita. thffffv .U more or lea noinach dlet1u_
1 grassy Irwns, well mowed, and green GROVE; S TASTELESS: : chill TONIC siren nnolarir I cars your loading point. Write or see
_ O 0 shrubbery, blending them! with well "twos three weeks will oricti tile blend, faapnrr II
.the dlitBtiloo.aod act aa a General Strandnlotf *-
/i painted 1 houses. .TOOK to the..boIellYSlelD. Hatara will thoa
; Propery Listings Blessed are the citizens of Florida throw aa of dupe tha wonna and IbeCaud will be I _ I
e for their civic clubs\ ,f they will to perfect health Pteajaot to take. aOoperbuufe I'I I i

function along civic lines then health,

o 0 beauty and happiness will be theirs.W. CATARRHAL DEAFNESSa

t o L. Floyd. often caused by in inflamed conditionot LUMBER MANUFACTURING :
the mucous lining ,* itie Euatachj&nTube
Industrial Review ). when this tube i m Intlumed you I

_ii THOMASD Consolidations of any kind in industrial nave bearing a, rumbling Unless.: the ound Inltammatlon or Imperfect can I COMPANY I
U E. M. life must be formed with a be reduced your hearing may be de- i
_ view toward serving the welfare! of atroyed foreverHALX8 ;CATARRH MEDICINE will I

the publl :T- -rell r!- for private gain. do what w. claim fur U-rid your .yetem GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
:Many industries owe their high position of Catarrh or Uaafnni caused by I
)i Catarrh
D q qr iil in the world's markets, chiefly Ear been eucceeeful In the.treatment of
to consolidation with resulting better Catarrh tor over Forty Y..... -

=Joao--ono--oa- at service to the public.'i F.Sold J. Cheesy drucirletn* l O., Toledo

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S I S S S S SS ': Indian Rocks-New city hall Goveland-BuildiJ1lf | Air Line's railway between here and MASTER SALR.Hrreby I Certificate N... 181: embrace.! Sontheutquarter .
proposed I construction notice la nlvcn that under and byylrtu I of Southweat Quarter, Section *kTownhip
FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUS. for this place. tctive; now subdividiona opening* rap Inverness to be completed by December of that certain final <.lt.re. of foreclour I T. 8 Rang 12 Eaet. 40 acre, a*.

TRIAL REVIEW 1st.Total. made and entered th.. doth day of eaned Unknown.Certlflrat .
| Winter Haven-New Levy Store I II Idly. iIPp............ A. D 192*. by Honorable A. V. No. 114 embrace. Northeast

S S S S S S S S S S S i I building to be erected on East Central Palm Beach-This city planning to production of Florida citrus Loam. Juilie. of the Eighth Judicial' Circuit / Quarter of Nortbwcet, Qtiartr of Aouthwt

Avenue. j $11,000,000 for municipal improvements -' crop this season, to be 14.500,009\ ( of Florida In and for Bradford County Inchancery. I quarter. Section 24 Townahlp tl. 8 Bang.
Center Hill-New Rock cruahjng I spend In that certain ...... therein' pend- tl V...., 10 acre __.M Swallow e. Hop.
Clt'arwater$125.000 laundry and during 1926. ,: boxes. Ins between the Lwty State Hank a corporatlon. kin.,
plant assured for this place. and Ea.n..th.
; Omtptalnant airalnt
dry cleaning plant to be erected at I Tavares-Lake County Investment i St. Cloud-$250,000 sewer system Well anil wife May RI.... Wrlli. The ,I Certlfirat No. 1-0 embrace Lola' t. S nfBlnek
Groveland-Much remodeling work Seminole and Pennsylvania Streets. 'I & Construction Company organizedhere. ''will be installed. J-lorlda TIardwar* Company. a corporation" I I 41 L. T. (o.' Sub-Dlvlalon" of North.'
on in north part of town. and The 8. II Huhbord Company a onrnoraUim rat quart.of Northeast quarte. Section
Melbourne-Plans proposed for con. I St. Petersburg-Pinellas County defendant the umlrtirned. '' SiK. .lal. Mnt' :' IH. Townihlp e. S Rang 22 Seat. tuacaeedW

Center Hill-Central Bank to.erectnew stmctlng bridge across Turkey Creek. koines beIng Power Co. to occupy new offices in rr In mat. cilia. appointed to .mncute aij' E Sn.ll
three-story building. I trlo-Thls I Lee "th day of IH I place will soon have erected.: I I Power & Light building. A D 194H dunlop tho Irtral. hour of to law. lax deed will I..... thrrconion

Gainesville-$50,000 raisinjfor con 100 miles paved streets and :200! miles Mount Dor) --$34S,410 paving con- I 1 Boynten-Plans announced for construction .I. thvreon. "before thn Court h".... dtxir In I I the lUth day of November, A. D 1989.Wltneaa .
BtructinK basket ball court at University sidewalk.I "....h.. Hradford. Counly Florlila. mil th. I
I' pliinntur
of Florida. .' ,irded by city. of $500,000: hotel at Dixie following .l, .< K* ,,,'hi. MituHtinl In the 14th. day my of July A. D 19.8O and. aral thl*
I ford County Florida to th. hlchnt B""I'I
St.Augustine-Leroy tract on North Winter Haven-Spanish Gardens Highway and Ocean Avenue. W.
Largo-Railroad Avenue being ( for ...h. to-wlt ALD&RMANi
pav Beach being developed. Estates on Lake Eloise (to be developed -|' Lake Worth-City postal delivery Comminolnic at the .otithraHt cornr of i Clerk' of the Circuit court Bradford -

ed. I Madison-New cold storage plant I into subdivision. service inaugurated here. llotvl lot In awtey. Florida. and ninnln County Florida..
Jacksonville-Old Spanish Trail assured. South' on the Wet alit.. 01 Slut Street Thirty- I
here Peiuacola will be hard Winter Havon-10 oh sold in new four '1341 feet thrnr Weal and at rlnht an- By O. A. KNIGHT.
from i St. Augustine-1,500-acre tract land I Martha Heights subdivision. I sire to State Stnrnt Forty ((401 feet thence I0.l6.st-ll.il f Deputy Clerk.NOTICE .

surfaced. 'along, St. James River in Tocoi section I l'almt'ttl-.Gilmer.\lanatee: Lumber I Tallahassee.Members of tho boardof South and parallil with State Street Twenty- I
Stuart--New Bit-Lor Apartments to State Institutions. at their recent on. ((21)) bet thnc Wt and at rliilitknvlra ..
to be developed. : Co. to locate here. *to State 8lro.t SUty ((50) feet thence OP ClURDUV HA!.E OF MIV-
be completed by December 1st. i j Orlando-Orange County planning 'I Palmetto-New Country Club apart- inspection tour, took up the matter of North and amllid i with State Strert FIfty OIlS LANDS

Tavares-Contracts totaling $100- : 'the propsod establishment of a tannery live ISM. fert Thence F*.t and at right anglvatn NoOn.
i $500,000 road bond issue. mc'its urdi-r construction Country i Slat Strwt One Hundred lull) fet to I" h..hy .I..n 'h..t
I t ) <"> to..1t I
000 to be It't. for paving first unit of I{ Palatku $157,000 street paving Club subdivision. : and shoe-making plant at the point of beginning. ;. lIning In thn bimlneft I ,Th.llh.. day of November less I the un. I
Park. I \ Riiiford. The Iota of the Town of Ijiwtry Florltla rienlgncil! la. Guardian for I.eater
Lake-vood i bonds | state penitentiary, at aamappod : Itky.l..
approved by city commUuoners. ,I II Al'I'adia-Contral't awarded for con. Ellen O Iival, Fdlth F
I and platted upon the publlo record DyaJ O.le
Stuart-Florida Power &: Light Co. I| Tallahassee-Rural population in'I '1' structlng $100,000 hotel. i| board also planned to take up tho of Hradfoni County rlorlda.Said C Pyal. and Ethel V. Dy.l. 'M.no..

to spent $:>0.000 for extending and improving Florida has increased 14 cent in1 1! 140 :here sold for I advisability of placing machinery. and ale to .be made nemilant to and for the Will A. apply. to the Honorahl 0........ 7
service here.OkeechobeeMarked I per Largo- acres I other the Gainesville latUfactton of aid' Anal drcree with coat*. Gardiner County J....... of Dra"IfuM'
j i five years. I|I $280,000.) I Ii equipment at A. S. Crew. County. Florida. at hi. ofrlc. In the Ca......
progress being i Nelbourne-New city hall under Ocaln Plans preparing for erection farm colony for the manufacture of itimlal Mailer In ChanceryD ho. .. In th.. town of Stark. Florida, for
made in constructing highway between I I i'I i I wicker chairs broom-making, and a B KnIght .n order I.? *' "' 1.lvM'' ""I". all the rrlht.
construction. of $450,000 Community hotel. Solicitor' for Complainant |11.| .A.ttl2lMASTERS ii.dJ".r.T. "' !''' Mlno. In the fol-
here and Sebrinll.TravaresDlxie. I| Panama City-Movement on foot for ,i, Leesbyrg-Southern Nurseries Co. I general sewing room. The board, according 11".rt. dijorlhed land to.wlt : Nor hwrl
to Charles W. Hunter 'vfh. lIoUlh..t Quarter.. Section
Highway through i t I sno- SAtE
constructing modern 118.
hospital. j to locate here T.own.hlp ((71. South. IInnl10
Palm Bench County to be widened at | Melbourne-25 four-room cottages to I I Sanford-Two apartment houses being censor desires to pave the way for the saul. 'interest ...1.... Inhepited. front Fa.t.their
cost of $600.000.SebringNew. making of all clothing. for the state's Hereby notice' Imeiventhat uniler and by father. A. J. Dyal d.M.
erected in Niawathn Gardens.< constructed on San Lnnta tract. virtue of that flnnl dt>' rec.> of foreiloNiire. mel' \1.0 "i on..nln'h .tn.iivilr.l 'Interval of
paper. "Sebring Daily Tarpon Springs-Construction of St. Auijuotlne-New Elmdale! sub charge't, and the makiny of wicker I mod entered on the 2Vth day. of October AD minor'l In the following: dncrlbed land raid to.

American," placed in circulation. 'I eighty chairs and brooms. nt tho farm colony,I 102(1.( by the. "..n. A. .... Adkln. Jildveof wilt the """"""'." Quarter 01 the North.
new dwellings to begin soon. I division south of here opened. .1.
IN Fluhth JllillelHl (Ircult of tho Stateof eight acre, of th. Northwe.1
Panama City-$300,000 tourist ho- I SaraKota-Contract awarded for' Lym Haven-Construction of 7- 'It; was explained would not only provide Morlda. In and for Bradford' County. In Comm 01 the Nor" '.."- Quarter of Ih.

tel to be conatructed in Bunkers Cove. 'constructing new $3,500,000 Ritz.Carl- tourist hotel get under at an occupation for the residents Chancery In lust certain ...... therein pond !',,,,. 7J?. Quarter all; In !!eol..nIS( ). Town.
story to way ehi .
but Inn tMtween 0. W. Alxarea, Complainant, ..n.1u..lno' ( .0"lh Rang., 10 Fact pill
there. would
bo of
be built coo.
Lanark-Bridge to across a source revS -
ton Hotel.Howey once. i MnntaretMlaon and hiuband. J. W. ninth nndtuhdnd. interest beIng

Ocklocknee River north of here. -Howey bridge across Little Bartow-Contract lot for construe- enue. A printing school and facilities! M'IT'on. "Iet.nianti.. iTn.p"1" f.' ". J. Pv.l. ...-.....Inherited..1. "..!"1
I .
Gainesville for cabinet making and other Tint undvrMlirnrd, Special Nester in aaldcaimo ,. ,. lying. and being' In
-Construction of new I I Lake Harris, approved by federal engineering tion of Oakm Hotel addition. i iFrostproof tanninp appointed to .."....,. ald. ..decree will on ("o"nl". t'loriol. .nd containing, In alt Kradforl
$160.000 Hotel Thomas, to be under ofliclals.Bartow$150OOhotel. -Scenic highway th'U work are already being maintained Mon",,). the "th day of li>r.mlier ItfZH during .ivht ...... mo. n. I.... Elahl-
way soon. at the boys' industrial school at11': the Inca) hour of Mat thrK ( to be here being I92SA
eon- pUVel.FrostproofWhite
(ourt hou Stark ll thoI
*< *
Panama City office build rianna. One of the first matters the i.,; rl\n[ \ :1..ln..l J. VITAL
-7-story structed.I i way lighting I I fitllowlnw I 1 tnnil I, .II Brail Quarillan10.ttsttl6

ing to be constructed, corner Harrison I I I Wildwood, acre tract between I I system being installed in business dis- board planned l to take up at Rnifopl 1 bidder(ford,., Counly for ....h.rlorldn to-wlt I II to th* hIghest anil best

avenue and Second St. I I"Vpopka this place and Leesburg on Dixie trict. however, was the proposed erection cia p Went toOt of Northvant nllartar of Snilttv NOTICE:: OF

-New. j-ostof' fice building I Highway being developed into modern Madison-New cold storage plant | now penitentiary; building, there I lwet quarter nf Ht>etion Three In TownahliI fTNI'1':1t': SECTION ArpI.ICTTIO'e11 0.. FOR TilE T.'I ORlm
I 11I".n. South Itanire Iwenty.lwo .: .t. and I
planned for this place. ;I, city. I Ij under construction.Ilalnes I which wns built a number of years I .Anntalnlnii twenty moore. mor or 1 IMW IITATVTE8.

Orange County-$3,000,000 worth j I I Daytona Beach-"Paytona Beach ] City of Hainos City Cement ago. I < the satisfaction of acid final .ier.. ... wiin Nolle, I I. hereby
of new roads completed in this sec- New to erect large, new building. I Works to be enlarged..FrostprofStreets I R. T. McDavid of Lat'ro..se.Vas In I ....10. ch..,, of Ta, Certlflrat.given that lii R,,. A.79.a."atVthl I

tion. ;I Pensncola$:>OOOoO bond. issue voted in Thorp! Lake last A !?. 'IIF.WR. I town Friday attending the Baptist Mnnlir In ChanceryD mmntiftratc
Orlando Bids for Sieclal In m. 0111. nPlK 'S
opened paving and has
for maie .
municipal improvements. Terrace addition at cost
being graded
I, Association. .E. KNIGIIT.801l01.or .t'.n' for tan 'lou'I. to ,IHU
approximately 69 miles streets. Live Oak-Nanta & Company to establish of $76,000. for Complainant lt-ft-Bt-12-4 / .. 8'.1" In anorilana
lowlnJ"d "" "'.. .'l.r.ee. the
Mount Dora-Paving contracts totaling -I', I l ,.>. fuil-
crate mill here. j I f.n"l" prop.rty,
Frostproof-City to vote on $90,000 I .1I..t..1 l ln Bri*
I P A. Crosby and l son of Brooker NOTICE TO DKBTOHSANn ( REI>ITOIIII i Fl..t'ita. Io-wlt
$450,000 to be awarded by city Haines (Cityr'a.cre tract land on bond for and I lot
issue paving improving attended the association here last 120 It. N 611 fa B2 1.2 I'J' A \V bound.
council. Engineer's Lake sold for 35000. strect.QuincIteiil.-. i I Notice fa hereby. glvi.n that all creditor. i'll Sire. H: h. laol. .I W. I. OIIo.on. S b. I.n" ot I
Palmetto-New 60-ton York ice .lilratee dUtrlbuteea and all havlniiclaima Wiley, W hy l.n.I 01 110.' FL.
ma- Approximately 12 miles white way i i Lumber Co. to erect persons Starkc' In
in local .. -. seminal. the entate of \. J. Dryden.deceaied S.c. 28. TI". it.. S, R. t2 F...,.
chine be Installed of
to plant _.01 .t the
I ORDFK dat. of
Atlantic Ice and Coal corporation. da Public Service several central' I I OF PI'BIICATION" 5mm. duly authenticated to the CountyJudic ili. '. eumh
Co. in way tracts. I| In the Circuit Court Eighth Judicial T.'f ,'"""'"'.' In the name .t
Circuit. Couor.jia
Leesburg-Fifty new dwellings under -, Florida towns. j jCleurwatcr Crystal Springs Crystal Springs Wa- Bradford Cnunly. rlorlda In Chancery nn. .year of, or Bradfonl this notice County wll be Florida held. In wllhln barthereto 'i.e ..... .enle'il-a'ccoV.. ? nT to saiI'law. certificate' 'JSi!

construction. i, -Work progressing rapIdly ter Co. erecting new bottling plant. i''J. J.. mat TmhyandFtnA friend. J. W. Xllllan KUlIn.vs. .by her huebanil I Iand And all .......n. Indebted. to laid. ma'tile lea,,. thrn on the 0th. d.; oVN.T.'n.b' ":',! I s
I A. I>. .
) ar. required to pay their ald dibta forthwith 1921.WITNJt:1'III
Palmetto-29 carloads citrus fruit in I 1
new Highland Park subdivision. Deland-Construetion Complainant .
II begun of new ,., to the unditraliineil ailmlnltratri... It
shipped from here during one week. j Clearwater-Pout office to be remodeled I I Floriculture building at fairgrounds. Mr* J. C. Will. Thin the 2IM' h. day of Ortoh r, 1A2S 111I. the 5th. m.thy om.I..I ot .II/n.lu." and seal
| widow *t .1.. Itototwn. A. 0. IOU.
Howey-Howey-in-The-Hills and .
enlarged. I Lake Worth-Building permits for Defendant'* O. W. ALDICR1II N.

soon have one of most modern fire Clearwater-Plans forming for construction -' September totaled $191,075, as against I'| RIM >o Remove f Inud. Etc.It .. Ailmlnlntratrlx (B..II) Cleric Circuit Coort Or..r.1 I I

departments in Lake County. of million-dollar hotel and $107,825 for last appearing. from the alienation of the County Florida.
same period year. NOTICEIn fly C. A.
.worn bill filed In the above .fated .."... 10.\I.8t.II.S KNIOHT
Tampa-Plans completed for construction casino. |i Inverness-City voted $200,000 that the rmidrnl( and ......* of certain of the Deputy Clerk II

of $1,200,000 amusement I Orlando< -Telephno prpertle. of Ot- | bond Issue, for civic Improvements. defendant her : to-wll : Anita Neal. R. B. Nenl. the Eighth Judicial. Circuit' of the Stalenf I NOTICE
park at Port Tampa. to Wcttstein Jr. operating in 12 FlorIda p: hunhand realdont of Norfolk. Va. IM7 Florida In and for Bradford County. FlaTown TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORSlJi'
Plans We.t
under way for construction St. Street and I.eonora Allc. John. of t.awtey. Brailford County. .
Clermont-Munson Co's. warehouso | counties marked under name of of $1,200,000 amusement Milliard. F Brown. 1 I.In O, Brown. Mary C A. Florida, Petitioner 1. I.I. h..u'ehy liven' that all ......110..
Brown All. John., Mary C. Brown Mnry CI ol,7 'Ilatniluttia. "ml all II
being enlarged. .
Florida v persona having
: Telephone Corporation. park. A. ,'In hnc. Jacob C. c .. or demanda I I
i Brown Mnry C. Juhna. L against the .
Slat of .t. .
l\lIami-AuICust building permits totaled Frostproof-Twenty new homes to Orlando-230-horsepower boiler beIng P M, rhomnnon. wlilow. Harriot W rearinu. I Florida'la hereby Rmpondent.Notic riven to th* puhllo anil .1. "Io...'., .Io.r.' ,.""', ,..", h.n.hy ..."..lr.l of. W.to Ii

6024177. Total :Miami District be built here In near future. installed in local electric generating Catherine Alice M. Morvan W rearingt.aura I). Thomn.nn. I!' taxpayer and eltlBenn of th* Town of awtey?,, '(lIresent'.. mi. Jiud5e ibm .m. !d"ly' "Ihentlcated to rh. II
and her hii-band 01 l> .'lf"
Fred K r "' Counly. U
Bradford rlorlda. Florida
County and all
record is $54,000,000, this year.: Fl'Ostproof-Citlzen Bank contracts station of Florida Public ServiceCo. Morgan and M...., F. W Klnit. are all un Intimated therein that on the Irtth pnon dny nfNovember I hi. "ttI.. In the Onlarthnee' In the town .f at

Clermont-White way system being, > i for new $100,000 bank building.Stuart known other thmi irlten nhove. anil that thai* A. O 10211. at Rtarke In Bradford II I Slar within' 12 month from .InI. hereof ?,
installed in business section of city. | ....no,.. Demon In the State of Florliln$ th* I County Florida at T.n clock A. M. thellfonniable thia oTri .. will' h" h.l.l' 'In liar 1"10." .nl I
-City to vote on $500,0001 i" P'nHat'oa-Concl'E'te! pier plannedfor of a ftuljnoena tlpon whom would bin,.I I A. /, Adklna, .n. of the Jndtinaof .all ..n. Indebted. to .aid relate an. .....11., .
l\1iaml-7 miles sheet asphalt to be i bond Issue, for municipal Improve- Biyview Park.MelbourneSweet. nld defendant : and that It bollpveil by Ito :I the court aforal will hef th* above .I l to pay! the .m. forthwith\ to the und.rHl.rnd -
laid Dixie between I IBrunnell 1 Complalnanla that th. .aid nnm.il dufemlnnK entitled the Admlnl.lratrln
on Highway this ments. ceo e upon petition the townof
potato crop In I whoop relilnncea and sco. are unknown and I lawi,'.' linatC.ril"' County Florida for an Thla Und day. of October 1Q25.F.QHILrA.
place and Broweard County line. -Plans. being. made for Nassau County for 1125.! valued nt thn e dufimrianl whoop rmlilcnt. are known, I I order of sail Court vallilatlnir .and confirmingrorlaln JONE3

High Springs-$58,000 street paving i constructing three-story Masonic Tem more than half-million dollars.. nri' .Internteil and that In complainant the' properly ,Involved,doe not: In know lhult. ,I bondN In th,. corn of Twimty Thouand A'lmlnletrairjs| Ratal of W.
(Uu.AtrOI I pollar In denomination of'One 10.2.lIt..I.J'. .|
program under way. ple. Brooksvillo-New line of Seaboard and too. not been nhlito nuertaln whetherany Th".nn.1 I Dillni, ..h. Iwnrlnic lntort .I.nea. d..d.
of until known .defendant ..* diail orallVC 1
at the rate of six centum (tel)
per per an
and that It 1. hplieiml I,,. NOTICE
; miI.IHNnl._ OF
-- n mum payable ,eml annually. naiil bond belUmiod .In.I DISCIIARCB
in .aid flworn hlll.h"lth'j.; I. a-np-;; :; ; nrntv ; -
I for of
tlip .
tun'oe' in-talllni a llahtI -
.. .
--- "'on. lnt.rc.Ud In tin, .proiHrty Involv'id I Inif .y...m with rlnetrlelly In the Town of eilil'T .laya' """ ""' *.'". -wftt on th.
In such ...11. who, namn, or n.m.. ami : I..wl.y. Florida and the bulldinv of nn of November will .
I "g.,* or Sum* and who*, reelilenoe are unknown .I..trle Ilirht line from Lawtey Bradford, In the llonorabi. ('.',?. A, (l.rdli,.. a. CoTUlyhi
,,10 Complainant : Th. n for. It I I. "'Bradford Counly.
ordered that Florida,
County Florida to Rtark. Hradford County, .. my vour -
I h.. Mid. known" defendant who are hereto- Florida. to vet clectrta current 'r .nd final I .""""". a. ..*culor of the

| ,".M. nam.... In this order. If living and I If NO lICE/ In hereby given ... the .1..... named 'ie.eaa.ri. and .aTk.To"nb.fFm"y ". B"'"'
ill I n.1 I all "..tlnm claiming Interest nndnr th. to how ."0.. at the time and place herein and | **' .. each.
New Collars:: For laid known and named. defendnnta afore-aM above apeclfld. If any they have. why said' irecutor.'Thl. the '
dii-mied or ntherwhe. and that all lernnnwh j bond should not lie validated. and confirmed 24lh day of leptember. 1021 4
I .im.oever. who*.* n.m. or name ar. allev.il Dated this the .1.1 day of Oct A. 0. IsIS. LOUIS ... HILL
to he and are unknown to Complainant ..h.1m..y I n. W. ALDEIIMAN Te.-:**".'"'"' of the lack Will and
Sensible Men be or ...* Inlo_.." In the property I Seal) Clerk Circuit. Court Bradford 0.11..81.\1.20 1"*", at Emily D. Saylma,
I Involved In thf *ull. described ... follow I... County Florida.E ............
Inn and being In Bradford County Florida, M. JOHNS. 10-21.41-1119
Just Out to.wltilot. I I Attorney for PetitionerMMICK NOTICE TO CITIKNHNolle
i Three and Four of Pluck, On. In I .
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Ti-mnle'Inrlil.;. addition \\n the Town of !Ht.rlie' 1,I \ lIP APPlICATION FOR TAX DEED Ion of.the la "hereby UHiLlalure.. Genera", the Mil "**-

== '' hiand thy ar* required to app*..r In the UNDFR TUBOFNICHAUBTXTUT.'S : SKTION: H7II OK TilE I on lha ru-' 'the Town Council or 111',1.1' !of up.th.
'TI-4e' 'IIJOSEiLEZ, ; s'rHe. I hill of Complaint fllid In alil nail. on or I Town ...., I1""''*. I will l Introduwrl a

Br i"- FITS AEL.L'Rube" AteOOMt hfor.. Monday. th. 71h day of Dncrmb.r, A. I. .hereby iilvrn that W. T. Week L.u.horl"n the Town Council of th. I
"LooseoecK"FoR D 1H2H : othrwl the .allmatlon of mall!. purcha.*r of Tax rrtlflcat. No. 171 dated "' Last.y. n Hil.. to !leo?. from ,|m. C
HE-IIJ wHo ARE EARs MC-. hill will b. takvn a, oonf.'*,.d. by th. ".,- th. Snl day of July A, U. ".2. ha. fll,-I to denomination time, time warrant of maid Town of uh
Goldberg Sl-hr oUT ALL< '.fonilant paid. .certifleat I In my office anil ha mad' such "". council '". fu ..."*..
E3THeReE> .yprte -SoutJblE'R' It I I. further orilcrrd that thin ord.r heiulltehnd application for tie d..d to ream In accordance rat. of Inte... not ...needingI.. per
B<*.><:.I"' COLLAft-E.UTTC.Nj- ( one ....h wk for four eon *cutlv | with law Said .rtlt.a., embrace* the foU time cent per annum and becoming. due In suck
f'c IJLAR. tuRII\1G wk. In th. flradford County T.I.snmeh' Inwlno deerlbil. property, altuated. In Brad and upon euch eonilltlon. a. may .be 5.termin.l ..
CAN ALSO fee \* .. uit.nuttng in th.
As aggregate Five. Tbouaanol
A fceLT of MoutheaNt of Northeant
OR quarter quarter
Aiuoca.rarS.Tvk* CARRiet.' : AS A SPARSrtijJevi.! .:sfEec.t4es.FoR Thl 'h. 4th day. of Nov.mbr. W. AIDFRMAN. A I). 1MBO / [ Section IH Township 5. 8. Itanx 22 Ea... 20 ouut.ndln.Dollar, For Indebted.of the purpo. of.1,1 refunding Town, sal th*

SS35 P. S...UdS Th : ; r. ,p Clerk of Circuit fount Hrad'orilCounty I, atm.The said land bring aened at the 01.... nl the for ..5.urpog.ef 'improvini th. .tree. of
Florid ...<... riorlita .
holJ1.. the iMuane of curb. certificate In the name of .i And ..nth.r '
Dy C. A KNIOHP. I'Julia Goodwin UnlM said ortlfleat shall ., ke"1 "W'"rng| Ih. Town Council
(!fcaN' .. .
Prputy ("I..rk. of r awtey. Florida,
lIt redeemed according to law tap deed will to levy p
.F \4. JOHNS."nlloltor 'as suffIcient
from tlni to tuna .. ..
fMUe thvreon on the 23rd. day of November all "
for Complainant II- -8t '2.4 ihl, property. |In MJ| Tow. "J
A. D 1921. for I1| ......
Wltnea* my official alirnatur and tieal thl po*. of -retiring th. warrant with th."r In.
-. BANK STATEMENT i the 17th day of October. A. p I Ift.SO 8.Ill, act to. .b* ratified by a vote cf f
W. AI.DPRM4N: the tiijallfieI ''?".. the Town of I..""......
R<.port of ibm condition of Th. Bank oft (Sal) Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford 01 Florlla!', And will alto' .".nil th. Ch.....
County Florida' the Town "' '..""". Fl ."... by th. ,lv.
.il<. at 1I..h. Florida' at the .loi. of lug to th.
1Hi Inm ptmbrr 2*. 1925.RESOURCES. By C. A KNIGHT. real town council the right. to !l.vy on
b./ 91381120 Deputy Clrk. and peraonal' property the omamairy
/ T maid, towS, m("**' to I.k.' car, 0' the reads
All Loans and Dlneounta ..- $.U1 M M bid will .b* received by the .....r.. E. !H. JOhNS

____ __ _.. .. Member of Legl.l.ture'
Overdraft* *2fl 7(1( nf Bond Triuteefl of Bradford ounty. Florlila.at '.ll-IOt-11-U. from
-THE "FOXTROT"TH6 .l'ntt.d Slat.. Rond ._.-.- ._ IlltnOOOFtat the office of the' fl4-rtary' of the Hord Bradford Coan... "''a.
County and Municipal Bond. 27000.00Ranklnr at Stark. Florida until 10 00 o'clock A Mr
COLLAR.: 1 IS 1'l AbE OF- I-bum.. Furniture >f November 11th, A. D. IK.f and at that NOTICE TO ni l/KNg

.sTRONG. HeA\JI: Rl'IliTEit:. and Pl..tui_ .-. ,2es 1m tIme publicly opened for the clearing of anpraBlmately Notl. .I. -
THE} "CHOKEMCRS" -I\1Q\lE'RWASH" Other Ral Ft.l. .ftl/.31 Nineteen ill) acre of right of IIr.d'o.t he..by .''v.. to ttoe cilia.,. .,
VO0GI-tT-O5U\ AMCIS I Dn* from Ineorporatvfl Ranlt _. StAHa.17 way en road from Vanderbllt School ffou. .100.1. of the County. "Iorld.. that I at the _
FOR. FLesM-f THIS COLLAR CO/' 2tIM e--ix3.ei\ ALLY Rec.OMfieA.tas... Claim and othr .....u.... Tat to mart liv.. All work to .b* don accordingUi 0' Dr..d' lioar4cf County Commtoion.re' '
GeN"n.EH ) WHO O/OU' OIlJE Crtlficat. -.-.- 202 n Bradford County $Specification. and under bill In .h. Coun'r 1"1..1'141.. will Inl.......... a
fb R &A.MCIK-.G-: c.A'-l::: '.. ... nest casio, 01 the Lciai.tur
( h on Hand -- 1007.111. th* oprvllon of the Fnglneerlng. Department O.n..1 0. .
w"'NT"'TO LOOK.: COLOR PURe LAC-\ : NI\JER Wlr.'N5URAIIJc.e I Ca.h It.m* .-.-. 1SU4.Oi of amid county Each bid moat. be aflermpanfed autherining Sp.clai the Bo.rd.. 01 of the llle. at Florida' .
THIN- AN rr Ne. E'R.: SHoWS by a certified check for Five HI) .''on.. of IIr.d'ord County Comoibe.
Total ....____.-...-..-. ....__12..011.11I per rent of amount of bid Said cheek to .be and all not more than County "Iorld., to .live

f'OLIc c.'( Goes uonrHCOV.LAFS. "T'HE taA'.lb.. _ _ _- _- I mad pavahl to E. 8. Matthawt. Chairman time '...."? said C11000'm''.M to .bear worth"In" 0'.
CA/O feJS uOCF-eM AA.5. Boe.nl of Bond TnnteeaI oat .LJ .. '* ci'* per. lens 1'.'
UE' '(' LIABILITIES I right la rrved to reject any or all ..- annum for
l. TI EBU'( L.I"-IG.II-1A E. Capital' Stock. Paid In .----_______ noonnn bid. eleetrteTE.-' I f,,'tn "O" and lnt.lllog a..
THI S STYLEHARC. r-It) K'S' } 3 .... ..__...._ :: r. Court Hone '
roa e.rr ObJI Hurplu Fend -. -- 7.SOD 00Undl'ldrd flan and peeltfcatlon may .. ***n at ltraforl .r'autK:
IS OM THe LAU bMei.J p.r.( es 'CtMJ 5354A crrr Profit ((1_. E..n... th* office of th* Engineer: orl.lag cabS L"an""ta of County An .
CommlIo. .,.
WNPf i I PuRlii.NC@y: ..n"r..>.a Paid I ____..u___-_ 14H7II4InillvMual E B. ..A : to 'leo' U* of not more than
oO '"'"CE I 'T AMt GRta: IMpoalt' aubjMt to Check 1S4W7*< th* dollar on all of the tunable on.properfV"""I 9"
flavlnv DpoH __... .--------____ Vftl/I7.'O C.A FUTCH.BecrataJT TI'IIP.WS'j both at and personal sod aalJ
..__... .. .... ..._ .,_ _ml..d._._ _.._In _.
Tim Certificate) of Dpolt 714 41 1 --
I .n
Certified. Cbenka ____....-____.._ 11.2. I ?*!?"* the, w.rr.nu with their.ur IntereaU'I

I C..hl.r'. ChMk Outtandtn ---....-=- 70S.17 i I SOTKE: OF APPlICATION FOR T,\ ?l?27. "and" :!..,.? :''" payable.' 511,10.00! April ..
-- 00 April 1. 1925.
Total ___ _I2'H"811.' f:i_ V!. JOHNS
THE GENERAL STATUTES Member of Ihe Florida' l.egllatnr
State of Florida. County of Bradford. M : ""-\I -lI-U Bradford County.NOTICE .
JPO HOSKlNlTrTe' ,: i.ATisrOvIB1il I. Kaweon J. Dayl. C.hl r of the' aborenamed ,I Hereby notice 1* given that 3. ... Traby p
J- Bank da cnlrmaly awar that the purcha-er. of ta. >al*> ..ntlicstma numbered OP BPFC1AL LEGISLATION
__ __ 8-11 MAN IN-Tfle HVu.-r&WI'4Ii above tatemn% I Ie true to the' bet of my re.pectlv.ly' 171. 19. 214 and ItO lulled ry Hereby notlv. I Ie given that at th. special **-
know',*d.. and .MM the Tax Collector of Bradford County Florida Ion' of the' ..... .l. nr. of the State of Flor
birthday ia this. week you i aw proud. eonurvatiM. and ir ANYONE sHov eo JED A RAWSON I. DAVIS. field .."lfl.... numbered 177 being dated id. to .b* hol.... during the month of Noemher -
your _tur.v Yourla perception PVCTVRH Ca.bier July ..... 117 and maid certlflcat. numbered A. D.. I.2J. a Ml) will .be Introducednrovlrflng
and ) A OAlR HIS
Independent-with a secretive JudlcUl OP Sumerib.d" and eworn to bfor m. this 27th 1>* being dated July' 7th, ISIS. for the e-.len.lnn ant enlrremnof >
remarkably keen and your intuition 11 .e ptl.r-al. You PO.M.. KMCttNOULD\ GIVE 'WAY Ian day of October. 18U. and mud. certificate" numbered. 114 "being the power and Settee of the Pound of Road

indomitable) will power, and aft capable of exerd.Oji a remarkable D. E. KNIGHT.Public'', d..... Angut 2nd. 1820. *nd laid' ..ertlficat. T....... ., Bradford County. Florida ...'ho'"-
Notary numoered 120 "being dated July sing and enpewerlng Mid' Board of Bond
Inftuerwe: over otben. CORRECT AE5Ta : .. IftlM and ha* tiled .aid aartiflcaie* lamy Truate.. to .to*.. honda I In a sum not to e*.
You are 1rrulstably attracted by Mri- ; and projt UtoriaoJ ab.ar&e- 3 III.......,. i office and have made apulleallon. for tied Four Hundred Fifty Thomand Tkollar
daring and tmc-nrU-inty, and ar, alwayt looking 1III\ Darby tam deed ln 1 hue In .............. with law for th* .tenlon/ and Improvement' the
by novelty, John W. Whit. mailS estes r*.peett-iely embrace* the public road .n..... *f 8r..irord County and
for new deidi to conquer.SelfsattsfactLol' Direstor.. rOI'\n: \ lands In Bradford County Florida. to repeal a apeelal act paiMed *l the ........
11 1'011&11 marked 'm ttinclined -.. \Iple. Th.y... .-.. *t ibm date of thv .......*.. of ..... _Ion of the -rl.lture A D. In providing .
much within th.masvse.. IMccnninlf aad and iis.bearten.d ....111.*.. In the am.. repetivly. .benpantimiacly .- foe a bond toe_ In ,he mum e' Two Bo -
to too PilSCUVC4III6IOt4DYI ''naltn Set fort. \eoW'\I' dred Fifty TT.>ot....nd Doll..
suffering mach th.rou.b Craupet relOad itonn If PA2O OINTMENT Mia Certificate, No. 177 embrace. Nortbei.itnuarter rx K. rCNrorrrHenator
The women n-raaUy haT ,ery.pnblle y uId become cres' inceP, Hrhlp Bllni:: Bl-Hllng or PMradlo .f S",uthea quarter Settlon 14.Tvwn.hl. 19th Ptatrtettll
speakers sad *e caa *.t mt/ul lp pita nret application. *ua. Unknown. M. JOHN*
ooctors, surgeons, er deatlrta.



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A. 1.. Taylor, who has been. cashier ;nently In the news several years ago

Or DC ford County Jelegraph' of the Lawtey State Bank for that I when he was convicted of having obtained AFTER SEVEN YEARS Pv A. ((3, CH.WN!
I and merchandise under
months left Saturday money
....... past eighteen
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.:: --=. ::--: --- ; : for Wauchula where he has secured'a :: the pretense that he was a nephew of

\ Published weekly and entered as position. Mr. Taylor and family] former Gov. Carey Hardee of Florida, / / IF. 1VIeNS-i

: second class matter, at the post have many friends here who regret left here tonight in custody of United V/HO'D THOUGHT
States Marshall M. M. Owen and Deputy -
I but wish him success I
at Starke Florida. his departure, R1HI ICE I I'D STILL BE WASMIN0-
office ,
i in his new field. David Moore, son of Marshall 1\[. G. Green, of the ,

=- O' -.-" -------OWP.r.l I I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore succeedsMr. northern district of Florida, for Washington DAy iiv'DISHES
.. 8. MATTHEWS- cashier in the Lawtey where he will face trial.
,. C. ROBINSON..___--___Managlne. Editor. State Bank. as Hughes, who is wanted by authoritiesin )rOY. I, "" lfl 9 / / .

several sections of the country, 1020 -
\ Thad of Miami spent j here from Talla-
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY II I II was recently brought a a 1021
4 I Sunday and Monday with relatives in'' hassee under a federal bench war- 1071 '
I /
-SUBSCRIPTION- RATE I and near Lawtey. rant. He had/ just completed a termin C a 1026a

the The Washington
state prison.
\ I v 1924 '
LI Per Year _u________________ $1.50 John and David Stureling business\ of Highland here- indictment against him gives WilliamL. a 102E

Six Months _____________uu__ 75JNo. Monday.were Hill, secretary of United States r
i Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, as com- IS er' Met

.; ---.----. ------ I' John Mann -;of; Manning visited plainant. Hughes is charged with hav- ., J tp ,0a

friend here Sunday. ing given Hill a worthless check in L'P' ; tWk lr rd

the sum of $225 during the national

Shrine convention in Washington in

""< SUPPORT COUNTY FAIRS 1922. Hughes it is alleged posed asa +t aaA

'\', By Nathan Mayo delegate to the convention. Local I II a Tyr- t % Nr
authorities will turn Hughes over to

I Commisioner of AgricultureIf E. C. Snyder, United States marshallfor I

qf you were to go along tho main ( the District of Columbia. !

f humncss street of any town or city :,
Avon Park. S. Davies Warfield
single show window I
U and not see a /: II
where the goods sold in the store are president of the Seaboard Air Line I -

k kif 4-J54 highway exhibited to the passer-by, what would Railway! announced here today that : : -

( (Membership in National you think ? Would it not appear to the new Florida west coast branch of _
the Seaboard 1 between Tampa and
rather singular more
as a town,
you p I
\ Waldo: via Br-ooksville and Inverness, I
1\ would to 1
primitive than you expect II
._ _. __ I'find were you to exhume a buried city would do in operation by Dec. 1. Mr. I /I ( I i

j LAWTEY thousand old ? The thought/ Warfield left his special train here ; I
'jlI' { two years : II
t Mayor and Mrs.:-W."M. Bryan visited of there being no show winduws in the and proceeded to Fort !Myers by automobile I r/d +y 7'goPoSAL
l to inspect plans for extens.onI
relatives in Starke, Sunday after business center of a town anywhere in fH
noon. :, the world to-day is ridiculous. I the Seaboard Air Line to that city.

I The county fairs are the show windows The new truck between Tampa and I V't11 \

C. Y. Maya, of Jacksonville, spent of farmers, practically tho only Waldo he explained, will close a 20- I \ \\

I. Sunday here with his family. I' place they can exhibit wares to the mile gnp in the Seaboard system of :
south Florida. Discussing/: freight
public, and the fairs last for only a
Mills Joyce Terry motored to Hampton situation in Florida. Mr. Warfield said
few days. Does it "it .ip!'fnl to you
Tuesday morning |BS being bad business for farmers to everything J possible is being done to I I l FCpp i

;, the only opportunity they have cxpediutu all shipments. He declared I1, krgRgNcH
transacting neglect
D. II. Browning was ,
the first of for advertising their products? freight is being given prior track I I
"i business in Jacksonville\ I
in Florida rights in some instances, necessitating t FAg oBTof ?aCC
the week. | The present situation "i r'/ o
I the furmi delay in the schedules of passenger a
I''ll offers the finest opportunity -

.. Mrs. Catherine Teuro returned home ,i I era of any state ever had to advertise trains. / w eah I II

Friday from Orlando, where she spent ,, to prospective purchasers and Immi- Winter Haven.-More than 300 men

'W: two weeks with friends. i|grants. More people outside of the with several bloodhounds, were searching ,

'I state will visit the county fairs of in all parts of Polk and, adjoining can be recovered he will be able to 'damages $;oUO; ; judgment to be enter- of Florida an officer or agent upon whom 1
'iij E. Well and E. E.i procrae can be nerved and it appearing thatproeeu
J. T. Moore for
counties tonight George Smith ,
I 'I!' Florida this fall than will visit the turn them to me. :Myself, Mrs. \ re-I ed by court cannot be aerved upon told eorpotmtlona -
: Burncy! were business visitors. to Jacksonville |'I county fairs in any other state. I said to have been the negrq who fatally my manager: and R. W. Gauger, S. R. Johns. vs James Reynolds, for the failure of laid corporation. ; to; I
d Police Officer Clarence Oe-, I elect offlcura or appoint agent and owing to
Tuesday. wounded
115 hope that both the state and county friend left Delray on Saturday after- damages $!oUU; judgment to b center the failure of said corporation! to have within
.{ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lang and children I,,, fairs will be supported as never before land last night. The shooting occur onon to motor to Palm Beach. We ed by court. the State of Florida an officer or agent upon
red when Officer Deland and Brown whom can be .served and that there
' of Clay Hill were visitors to :j in order to present every phase of spent the afternoon there, had dinner henry Starling vs S. A. L. Ry., ver- la no Demon proeeM In the State of Florida the aervlce -
1 Lawtey, Sunday. Florida's agriculture and Industries went to the negro quarters last night, I there in the evening and were returning dict rendered by jury in favor of defendant of a subpoena upon whom would bind

I I I Ito the honest, earnest seekers after to arrest an intoxicated nejrress, to Delray along the boulevard. .aid corporation and It also appearing. from
the worn Bill of Complaint' filed In the above
Mrs. L. II. Hill and mother, Mrs. B. truth who will be within our borders Smith was canceled behind an auto- Several miles out of Palm Beach we Criminal Docket: stated came, that the realdencei of the defemlanta -

._. T. Pearce were visitors to Starke, (luring the next several months. i I mobile in a garage was said, I encountered minor motor trouble and The criminal docket was sounded therein named to-wlt: Florida Land

.' Monday. I I cannot conceive of a better way and the officers approaching he while stopped to repair tl.e machinea Wodnoiduy afternoon, Judge A. V. and A. Lawm.n.Immigration William Company C. Ladd.a corporation Henry C. Cook Chas

i to place funds for local advertising and fired six: times at them, the .first big car containing five men droveup. Long presiding, and the followingcases and Henry C. Cook. Catherine
zj : 1 Sheriff, W. J. Kpporson of Starke bullet hitting Officer Deland. The and voice askedif rook and Elltaheth. M. Cook aa
1 ,i Incidentally it will advertise the stateas The car stopped a disposed of. Exeeutora of Roh.rt O. Cook deceased. George
I i was in town on business Saturday. [ a whole. The state appropriates' no negro escaped through a back windowof we needed any help. Before a reply :State: of Florida vs Lucinda Williams D. Gltt, Llllle Gltt. First National. Bank of

Ill. James Pitts came home from Wildwood ''money to support fairs so that the the garrge. The wounded Lakeland policeman' could be made a pistol was flourished breaking and entering; plead Hanover.. O'80111 Pennsylvania as trustee ,for a hlmnelf corporation and George Vincent.

1 and spent Sunday with his responsibility is thrown entirely upon was rushed to a hospital in our faces, we were robbed and the guilt/. D. Gilt, John Kruirg.. David W. Forrey and An
., 'III' each where he died on the operating table through the drew Rucllslll./ T. C. Ripple. H. A. Ripple C.
i the enterprising spirits in section bandits roared away State of Florida vs W. H. Cummings
.. family I this morning. More than 300 citizens A. Mayer J. A. Wilson. A. C. Hopkins G....
i of the state and the counties night murder in the first dejree: ; on motionof Weymouth M. E. Kaemmerer. Jonathan CC..I. .
1\\' Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and'( should vie each other in presentIng were deputized today, and were aided state attorney case was nolle .... Florida Finance Company, a corpora
4 l'a children and Mrs. M. E. Edwards of the best possible exhibit of the in their search for the negro by officers Tamp"*--Tampa is being made one of I lied and defendant discharged. pros- lion Max Barb Fred Nichols W. Haward.Bach. Sophia Mantle Bach Clansman Warren

i Starke motored to Lawtey, Sunday products peculiar to each. This will\ be in Highlands and other counties. A suspect the greatest water terminals in the i i State of Florida vs Will Kance, as- P. Ward Annie Ward E. E. Canova. aa

} afternoon. ''a question of "to the victor belongs who claims to be J. W. country, S. Davis Warfield presidentof sault\ with intent to commit murder; Nic Trustee.y Carter.for Diana Charles Canova.A. Phelpa E. H.C. Bradley Carter,

Wiiii"ms;; ]the spoil." The race will be to him who Eady, of Davenport, was brought to the Seaboard Air Line Railway said'1;. case nolle pressed upon motion of Arthur F. Lansr.. Esther A. Lang. O. C. Plummer. -
It. }Y Hon. Joe Hill of Lake Butler pays the price. The results of advertising police headquarters today by officer last night in an announcement of plans state attorney and defendant dis- L... Plummer. George W Hippie and
here the ( I Company Richard Hoblrk M. H. Hohlrlt. Flora
was transacting business in fairs will show In the amount Pleader, and is being held, and several for the development of Hooker'spossible charged. O Whlpple. Jonathan K. Whlpple, William F.
f; first of last week. other negroes wero arrested on establishment Grand S. Pules an. T. Puleston. John
-w-. I of investments made In the various ; Point here and the J. T Reddish, et al., defendant in 8r, Mary Puleater. Thome Pulsate
them I Hattie M. Puleater. Samuel
,,,,,, Mr. and Mrs. Larramore Roden and |i counties by those who are seeking to suspicion, among of a 5,000,000 cement plant by I error, vs State of Florida plaintiff in Puloater. Laura D. Pulester. Menhard. Bro
.. make investments In Florida. !; and Louise Tuck'-r. the latter tho the Senior Interests, of Michigan. Mr. error I thers A Company Frank E Phelps Jennfe'
,1 baby of Jacksonville, were week end appeal from justice of ,
I< ) cause of tho tragedy. Smith is saidto decided peace M. Phelps. Gilbert I., Miller Cora B. Mil.
I Roden. I Fairs have been called the "time Warfield i said it had not been court nolle lled Icr, Ida
,4 Y' visitors at the homo of Otis ; prO upon motion of Phclnfl. George H. Rrockett. Loaf
and :
, : : keepers of progress." They mark the be a dangerous/: character, a i-o- whether the Seaboard Air Line or state attorney. i J, Brockett. V. J. Shlpman.; Caroline Ramlin, I IThoa.

.; Miss :Mattie Hurley[ of Jacksonville, |I hand of advancement on the dial of ward of $500; has been offered for him private interests would build the wat- Bennett Case Being! Tried I, O .C. J.Knox Hamlin.Florida Jane Railroad A. Company Knox

, J ,e i\. was a Sunday visitor here at the homo time and show in concrete form; the dead 0. nJlve. A description t I' nas er terminals. No matter which under- The ease of State of Florida J. a corporation." I-ane. J. D.

z d of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. ': standard of civilization existing; they broadcast tonight by Police Blue, from takes it he added the neck of land will Everett Bennett et aU., assault vs with Thomas MeLemor*W.. John Pil..C. Earle Charles, Jr.Robe.John.... E Edle,
stations. W.
Miami R.
" I ,r ;-;.. Hot-ley. (I, indicate the point of advancement ',I Tampa ______ be developed to the greatest extent its intent to commit murder, was under I...... F. I. McCall. R. D. Prescott Elijah D.
reached and the character of the herl- afford. Development of Carter, .. Administrator of the Eitare of
Sanford.-Motion picture slides are possibilities way Thursday. Up to the time of Reaaon D. "
Mrs.V.. K. Torode and Mrs. G. W. Prescott Jease Carter J. A. Knox,
Roberts visitors to Starke Wednesday Rage I I that is to be bequeathed by the being used by the Chamber of Commerce Hooker's Point as a water going to press the case had not reach- Charles Flaiig Martha S, Piece. and Jam. A.
were present generation to the next. I I!I of Sanford to advise peopleof comes first, he said, but every effort 1 ed the jury. Knox. are all unknown and that there. Is nop..on

r. ', afternoon.- I I My hat is off to the prize winners, I this city of the daily progress beIng will be made to afford a place in the I a iilbiMiena. In the upon State whom of Florida would the bind service said De of

. I. Mrs M. G. Scheitlin visited rela- ai Individual exhibitors, as counties as made in securing new enterprises plans for the cement interests. fendanta. and that It .la believed by the Com.
units and to the fairs of the MASTER'S SALE plalnanta that the said named Defendant
larger i I I I
tives in Jacksonville Saturday. ind other Important events connected whose residences and ..... are unknown to
state. with the steady growth of com FALL TERM CIRCUIT COURT Notice I la hereby given that under end by Complainants .r. Interested In the property
ypI"( Y Jack Briggs, of Jacksonville, was munity. Reproductions of the adver- CONVENED; IN STARKE MONDAYFew ; virtue of that certain Final Decree of Fore Involved In the suit and that Complainant.
closure made* and rendered on October 26th. not know and have not been able to ascertain -
transacting business in town, Thurs- Palatka.-Palatka la going to have tisments used In the Sanford advertising ',I Disposed- of Through A. t>. lUt! by Honorable A. Z. Adkini, Judgeof whether any of said, known defendant
I '< Cases the an dead alive
tt day. Eighth Judicial or
made In and
a real cause for Thanksgiving this ,I campaign, are also being Thursday-Bennett Case UpI Bradford! County Florida, in that certain for Therefore It la ordered that the sail known
Ill Mr and Mrs A.: M.Blanchard and year. After twenty-four months or on slides, which are to be thrown on I Thursday. cause. wherein U. W. Dunham !I. complainant defendant who are heretofore named In this
and U. U. Order. If living and If dead,
tho the dates the advertise- Uayn* and W. H. H..lh.re de-' all parties claim.
Robert motored Gainaville more of turmoil and strife getting screen on fendant, Ing Interval. under
son, to 'i the undersigned u Special. Matter the laid' known and named
Friday afternoon. through a hallmi11l01"ollar bond Issue 1 ments appear In the newspaper 1 Fall term circuit court for Bradford will otter for sale and will Mil for cash to defendanta aforesaid deceased or otherwise,
the Inaddldon order at the hiirhest and beat bidder in front and that all persons whomsoever that may be
and then fighting for eighteen ,, throughout country. county was called: to of the
Court Ho.... door In Starke. Bradford County or are interested I In the property Involved In
Drew Alvarez of Starke was a visitor months to select a site, the city is to notations citing the apers, circulation 10 o'clock Monday morning, Judge A. Florida. on Monday the 7th. day of Decent. this malt, described as follows!

here Tuesday have a new bridge, concrete and of j and sections reached will also appear Z. Adkins presiding, with States Attorney bur. A. D. lW U. during the legal houra of I In: Bradford County, Florid
ale for South half of
the Section
purpose ot Twenty-five (28). I II
satisfying said Final
the lateat design, which will span the Ion i i, the slides so that the residents of J. C. Adkins nnd G. W. AUor. Dwree, the following described real estate, Township Four (4), South Range Twenty-two
P. L. Dinkins came home from Jack- river at tIle foot of Reid streut. Bids the city may know day by day the extent : man, clerk, in attendance lying and) being In Bradford County Florida, 1 (122 Ea.t.AI.n .

sonville and spent Monday with his for the structure will be opened in the 'I of Sandford's appeal to the na- I Grand jury for the term was drawnas lo-wit Northfast: quarter, and the Est half of Northeast North quarter half of of Section the North Thirty-six half ,of(IS.the.

family. offices of the special bond trustees :I tion. The innovation is being" tried follows: J. F. Colley, foreman, S. Suutheait quarter and Weet half of Southaces Township Four ((1)) South, Range. Twentytwo -
in the Milane theater, throughthe G. W. Bur. quarter. Section Nineteen (lip/. Township (nat East or North half of North half of
on November 2-1. Just days before i out R. Swindel J. J. Morgan,
Mr. and Mm. G. M. Inman of Starke, two I Four ((4)). South Range. Tw.nt".tooo221.( ), lot one (111) and Two (2) In Section Thirty
were visitors to Lawtey Saturday Thanksgiving. Thirty arches! and a lift courtesy of Joseph E. Marinette, fey D. J. Phillips C. S. Kelly, E. J. 1<:...1. containing ale acres more or leea. '''six ((38V, Township Four (4) South Rao.aTw.nt..two

afternoon. span will carry the bridge from the 'I I who states that the idea of conveying ; Dowling. W. M[. Harrell, J. A. Bart Special Master D. Ii:.In KNIGHT Chancery. In((22)Clay) East.County Florida

west bunk to the St. John's river to'I i the salient features of Sandford's age: 0 W. Berry, L. D. Green, J. B. A. S. CREWS. I The Southwest quarter lltss one (I) acre lathe

Henry Jludso-rclay Hill was a I a point well beyond the channel where I II progress each day is very well received I Thomas, L. R. Edwards, A. B. Johns, Solicitor for Complainant. 11-9-61-12-4 and Southwest the Southwest quarter. quarter of South-weat of the Soath-eaal quarter)

business visitor to Lawtey, Saturday ,I a fill will commence and carry the by the audience. Geo. L. Futch, E. J. Lewis, Ed. B. quarter of Section Thirty (S0.)
I roadway for 1,750 foot to the west I I' Johns Alfred Starling. NOTICE I Also' 'lots I and Two (1) la Block
the Circuit
t1 Miss Florrle Terry returned Lake West Palm Beach-Police in West Eighth' Judicial Cir.cult I Two ((2). and Iota One (U.) Two (i) and
to I I shore line to the approach. The total ,, i, Petit Jury: T. L. Wainwright J. Dradford County, Florid. In Chancery. (O) Block Three8)).
City Tuesday after | Palm Beach and Lake Worth were today Comer L. Peek and J. U. filch JfhA. h.lpen! :
I spending two | length of the bridge will be B. Sapp G. W. Andrews, J. D. Bax- subdivision In the town I

weeks hero at the home of her parents. ,''mutely 4,200 feet and It will approxl-1 I vainly at work on the task of apprehending ter. T. B. Triest, John Forsyth, H. A. Florida Land va.and Immigration Company, a of Also Highland all of Block Six ((8) of J. A. Knox'

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry (I I river at one of the widest points in : five men, who are said to Prescott, J. L. Harrell J. W. Gask- "corporation .t al.Bill. plat ot the town of Highland, (said Iota and
I i I have staged; the daring hold-up on (the to Quiet TitleIt '.blocks' containing) sixteen ((16) acres). In See-
this section, just south of the bridge of ins J. M. Reddish M. J. Sapp. appearing. by the Bill of
sworn Complaint .
Miss Laura Wynn of the Lawtey I I I Ocean boulevard early yesterday Ion Thirty-one (31)) Township Four ((4))
filed .
wr bills in the above Mated which cause la
the Florida East Coast railroad. The I The grand jury reported no South Rang Twenty-three (23)) Est
school faculty spent the weekend at I morning In which Nina Wilcox Put- on. to remove cloud from title and to quiet the
her structure will be officially known as in cases of State of Florida vs Floyd title of the Complainant to the lands that
home in to
Starke. noted writer who has winter b, and they hereby are required to appear
man a
.r I the "Putman a.u tty Memorial Crosby, and State of Florida vs Isom are described in the itaid Bill of Complaint the Bill of Complaint filed In said .......

Mr. and :Mrs. John Teston and family i Bridge" and will be dedicated to the home in Delray lost jewels, papers i Parker. True bill was returned the that, baa the made Sheriff return of Bradford upon the County aummona., Florida In on or before Monday, the Tth. day of De
the allegation
and cash aggregating; $0,000. Sheriff ember A. D. 1925. otherwlio
t' of Jacksonville and Mr. and MM.O. : mea: from Putnam county who served I I (case: of State of Florida vs Lucinda Chancery duly bulled In and. ....... that the''of said Bill will bn taken aa confessed.
I R. r. Baker was unable: to throw any Mild summons In Chancery la nnexecuted. I It la further ordered that this Order be
F. Johns of Waldo in the World war. Four pylons, two Williams breaking and entering. I
: Sunday ,
4 I were truest( I|light/: on the affair, stating that the and cannot be send upon Florida Land A ''published once a week for four consecutive
at the home on each end of the lOt'-foot. lift Civil DocketA. Immigration Compeny. and
of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. span, i j a corporation week In a newspaper published la Bradford
J""t, Londholtz. will support on their inner face life-I I holdup had not been reported to him A. Durden vs C. Van Alstine, lint National Bauk of Uanover Pennsylvania, ,County, Florida, and that the said Order aiM
last The att'lI a corporation and Monda Finance Companya
to humorist
up night. | be published once a week for four eonseentlvoweeka
sized bronze statues of a soldier and a damages $600; judgment to be enter- corporation, and Florida Railroad Company, In a newspaper published. In Clay
Fut'h- butes her loss of In valuablesIn
,' Daniel was shopping In sailor, while the American eagle, also I $6,000 ed by court. a corporation four of the detendanta named County, Florida '
Starke I an Ocean boulevard robbery earlySunday I In aaid bill, of complaint, owing to the failureof of November A. D.
OJ: Saturday Ordered the 4th. day
in bronze, will top the columns. A I morning to tho usual crime I D. E. Knight; vs Gertrude Gill damages the Mid corporation to elect" off_. or 1928. A. Z. ADKTNS ,
Dixie roadway twenty feet in width as al $600; not at issue. appoint agents. and owing to the failure of THOMAS VT. FIELDING Ju'i.Soheiar .
Bowen of Jacksonville was A wave that always follows in the wakeof aid corporations to have within the State! for Complainant U-S-* -U-e:
minimum is asked for In the bids I D. E. Knight vs Richard Albert, i
visitor!! here Sunday. Mr. Bowen was a prosperity. "There must be victimsof !
| but will also be received on roadways : ______
former "
J resident of L wtey. hi-Jackers: the writer said, "and ---- --- mI.
I twenty-seven feet wide. A sidewalk

}' Frank to Jacksonville Green was Fri a business visitor I I five bridge feet will wide allow on the for south pedestrian side of traf-the I From just her happened home,to be Galloping one of them.Tiger" I.i _. :;: ::: ..::;. ..:.\,_. ...:: :"'..i.:;. .. ': :. :. .. .:- .: !if'I.-: : '_ c' '.:. ." .. : .. .:::' .:. :. ,"

\ll, '. fic. The draw will be electrically operated
; Miss Onie Richardson of Utamilla Is and will open in forty seconds, ray, tonight Miss Putman Issued the

1'4..d spending n few clays here with her giving a clear way of 100 feet. The following statement: "I attribute Sunday LIST YOUR REAL ,ESTATEWith
( i morning's robbery Dimply to the ,
r sister, Mrs! L. A. Mary trustees hope to be able to have con
usual crime wave that follows wher-
struction started by Christmas and to
r Mr. and Mrs. James Rafme of ever prosperity lead. In such crimef
have the bridge completed and
\ Hampton spent Sunday with relatives I open waves there must be victims and II
for traffic within eighteen months at .
rear Lawtey. simply happened to be the victim of
the outside. The structure will cost
the five automobile bandits that rob- PEEK COMPANY
.. between five and six hundred thou- REALTY
j Grady Chance of Jacksonville spent bed my party on Ocean boulevard and
a Sunday with relatives here. sand dollars.
relieved m:: -elf r.-d companions of FLORIDA
R. B. Moseley came home from Wal- Pensacola.-Charged wth obtaining our valuables. I have the utmost confidence ,

under false pretense and issuing -! In the ability of R. C. Baker. I
with his money
and spent Sunday family.

T. J. Terry was transacting business I worthless checks, B. F. Hughes,j sheriff of Palm Beach county, and I I' ': <. .: .:. . -. '. '.. l...": :. .... ) ,, : -: ..- : : : .-: . .: .. :. '"

in Jacksonville: Tuesday. alias Tex Haney, who figured promi! know that If my jewel and--papers


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