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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME FORTY-EIGIIT STARKE FLORIDA.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER. 13, 1925: NUMBER TWENTY-ONE
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. OPENING OF SCHOOL 'C. OF,C. MET AT LAWTEY FRIDAY

! i>; Armistice Day Marked ByPatriotic i iji : OF COMMERCE Committees i Appointed by ChairmanKnight I,Aged Woman Killed On :f I

Elsewhere in this Issue Is an announcement for Ensuing Year. 1

I ji i ExercisesUnder of the opening of the : Highway Sunday Afternoon ,'
Georgia.Carolina School of Commercenext The regular meeting of the Bradford j

!Monday morning. This school I county chamber of commercewas I
_
,t'I the auspices of the American I will be located up stairs in the iJ>Ost- held at Lawtey In the Woman's TAMPA: REALTY FIRM WILL SUBDIVIDE I Sacrificed Life to Save Child From l
' BUYS TWO BUSINESS office building, and there will be both I Club building Friday night, D. E. THEIR l'UOI'EItTImltt I IWeath..rply !
observed Wheels of Automobile
Armistice An
, .' Legion, Day was ,
t PROPERTIES IN STARKE day and night classes. I Knight chairman, presiding. ,
with beautiful exercises at three 10.1 lit
The Telegraph is !in receipt of a let- The meeting was well attended by and Carmen;; will Open
t o'clock in the afternoon, in the spa- ; Mrs.: J. H. Goss, 71)\ yours of age and
of
ter from Brunswick Ga., Chamber citizens of Lawtey and Starke, andG.
clous auditorium of the Woman'sClub Among the transfers filed for record school Acre Tract, Known an Livingston u resident. of Gainesville for many I
of
this .
Commerce recommending M. Inman spoke interestingly
,I this week three business Property.
'' building. A committee from the were years, was almost instantly. killed Sun-
I highly, and we are glad that our his trip to Lakeland attending the
; : very '
houses in Starke R. A. Green
to ,
,
: 'club decorated the d.iy
; effectively stagswith afternoon on the highway a short "
: the Miner store and the two people here made it possible for those' Realtors reinvention, and the chairman and realtors of ,
flags, ferns and flowers of harmonizing building Weatherly Carmen, distance south of Hampton when the ,
who want a business education to get a splendid talk on the ad
< coors.Promptly brick buildings near the railway. occupied I rave Tampa, were in Starke during this was struck by an automobile drivenby '
this training right here at home, at visability of the towns within the
by pressing club and furni- week making arrangements.. for li-
at the appointed hour, a 1 :Mrs Blanche DoShu, of Waldj.
[Mr. E. K. Perryman, of the American ture store. Outside of this town far less cot than if they had to 1 goay I county organizing local chambers of viding a tract lying\ in the south eastern The aged woman was endeavoring to

{ property Congressman Green has recently to obtain it. commerce to work with the present I part of town, known as th eLiv-
Legion, announced the opening song, This catch. a grandchild who had run across
'Tia of Thee" which purchased considerable farm I county organization. matter Ingston property. This body' contains
My Country, was the road, and although she succeededin
flung by the audience with Mis Ethel acreage in the Brooker section. IN {'ULo.TJUUGE'S:.; COURT ;was discussed at length and a decision I 40 acres of choice land, located on shoving the youngster to safety It
will be
made at early meetingof
.
Home
S Griffin as piano accompanist. The m' ----- i the Water street and intersecting\ with the I,was at the cost of her own life.
.j manufacturing body.Committee
Invocation was made by Rev. Thomas 1C. II. GREEN; MAKING Alva Leonard, madeby paved portion of Call street, giving I From reports of the accident given

1;Hansen, after which a beautiful flag: FINE:.; SYRUP moonshine.' Case set for regular term I President appointments Knight follows were: several I .splendid outlets. The Lake 1 by eye witnesses. to Sheriff Epperson,
the school children I II of county judge's< court. Leonard was as City-Pulutku highway, is on the oust.
U drill\ was given by (.. M. Innmn K. J. ,who was summoned to the scene short I
I inclusive R. H. Green of Brooker, has one arrested Sheriff Epper. Membership: and the Alligator drainage canal '
from the first to the eighth grade Saturday by Davis Starke E:. Torode pusses ly afterward, the accident was unavoidable. -
with Joseph Malpus, of the I of the finest cane crops in years on don, and .his still on the stove was ; W. Lawtey; through the entire tract.It The child darted from behind -

high school taking the part of an : his farm, and while in Starke a few going full blast. This the second A. A.Brooker.Durden, Hampton, John Shrlvtr is understood that prices and the parked! automobile und into

American soldier. This. beautiful days ago making arrangements fense, and carries a jail sentence. of'I'I terms onthese. lots will be very attractive I the tenth of the automobile driven by
J. Robinson C. F. I
drill\ was under the direction of Mrs. ; labels for his cans, told the reporter Held For .rand Jury Publicity: C. providing xpleiulid buildinglots !Mrs DeSha.
Hoover G. M. Innmn E. Matthews
'
''A. E. Wall and was rendered by the that he would put up several thou- at moderate prices that will appeal Witnesses stated that :Mrs. PeShuwas ;
of C. A. "'utch, L. II. Hill It. R. Thede
Drew Francis Alvarez, larceny ,
and this winter. Mr. Green hasa
those
cans to desiring build. TheHooverFutcH
children in a perfect manner. ; I \ not driving more than 15 mile
i pointer dogs from H. Forsyth. Date L. A. Davie '
"'. reputation. for making good syrup, Company are the localrepresentatives hour the time
Miss Marguerite Shriver impressively an at and that In an at.
of trial not set. Alvarez was placed I Transportation: : J. II. !Moore, J. :M.
and through the of attractive : of thin firm.
"The Trail.liss: : means to avoid 1 the accident swerved
Long Long tempt
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sang labels for his cans, means to let the under! arrest Tuesday' charged with Brownlee, K.: C. Jones, J. L. Frazee, L. .. ..
Shriver's lovely voice was at its best I -- ,------ her car to the shoulder of the road
the theft of the dogs and their sale R. Gainey, J. W. :Morgan
know when
people they gettinghis
when singing this selection that was so are ) when the unfortunate victim ran directly .
residents J. K.Corpeninir
.to two Hampton BeautIfication of Highways:
popular with the World War soldiers. syrup. i I \ II. A. Bishop, Lorenzo )I Assailants of In front. The nature of the evidence
I i
+i1 In a pleasing speech, Rev. Thomas -- Felix Thomas, negro, plead guitly ,I Green, E.: S. Matthews, L. A. Davis, was such that un Inquest was
Hansen introduced the speaker, of the before County Judge Gardiner Wed- nut considered\
; necessary
I F. F. Stump, J. W. Morgan, C. I F. t
day, Dr. Tressler, of the University of Palatka Girlis I ncsday morning to the charge of Hoover, J. F. Kickhter. Lawtey Marshal'I The child escaped serious Injury and
Florida. Dr. Tressler forceful I and taken Gainesville
made a breaking entering dwelling houso Legislative: K.: M. Johns, J. L. I, was to by its par.

I and eloquent address, speaking in I I with felonious intent. In default of Frazee, D. C. Jones, G.V.. Roberta, eats: Mr. and :Mrs. I"I.\ Gut-rry, In !
the highest terms of praise of the' State-Wide {I boml. of $2,000 he was ordered held J. C. Hoover I Freed by Jury their own cur. The body of the aged

American soldiers who made the supreme I in the county jail to await action. of Fish and Game: Wyman, A. M. woman was carried. to Gainesville for
for their and J I the I interment.
sacrifice country, I grand jury
\ Darby, K. M. Johns, L. F. Smith, J.
also paying tribute to the American Prize Winner W. Andrews, Jr. :Shooting of Lawtey :Marshal Occured Gainesville, 1'lu., Nov. 8.-After
Legion. The address fine that having rushed her old .
two granddaughter
was \
: so I FUR BEARING:.; ; On motion the next place of meetIng 1 August, 1921! When lie Broke Upltoisterous year
by request it will be published in next + to safety from the path of an
ANIMALS PROTECTED was set for Hampton, Friday night
week's Telegraph, so that all of its'I i Bunch Near Depot onrushing automobile, Mrs II. Goss,
;ov. 20th, at MOO: o'clock. I
readers may have the benefit of this IiN Annie Long Writes Best EssayOn I Act Provides Heavy Penalty: for Hunting I I _____ _. _u___ __ ._. I 711! years of age, one of Gainesville's
deep thinker's address. : Subject of Prohibition. With The newest satin and medal cloth Freed of the charge of assault' with oldest and most respected residents. ,
Shooting Running
I or
'
"American, the Beautiful" was sung I I Dogs Out of Season hats Marguerite's! Shoppo. Intent to commit murder, J. E. Bennett was struck by the car and Instantly

by the school children and the closing : Palatka, Nov. 3.-:Miss Annie Long, D. C. Carter, Kufo Starling and killed this afternoon about 5 o'clock

''e prayer was made by Rev. L. W. Kick- the eleven year old daughter of Judge i I County Judge Gardiner in speaking II. Troy Bennett, were released Thursday between lIampton und Waldo on the

liter. and :Mrs. A, V. Long of this city, has of the act relating to fur bearing animals RJoLTTIUo.SFEHS:; afternoon of last week when the (;lIinesville.J acksonville h'ghwny.'

been notified by the treasurer of the Wednesday morning stated that jury found a verdict of not guilty. I Mrs.' Goes. had been riding with her
I II Mary :M. to E. M. Johns
McKinney The trial occupied almost tho entire
stateVoman'lI Christian TemperanceUnion daughter and .on-In-law, Mr. and Mrs.
B. II. S. ARMISTICE EXERCISESThe the shooting, hunting, trapping, or
I -Lots 2 3, 4 Blk 1 in Sturke In J. D.
,
1 that she has been declared the running with dogs, of any fur bearing' Jones add., day, and attracted considerable at ,,, I". 1) Guerry, of Gainesville. A tire

four hundred and fifty pupils winner in the statewide contest for I.animal during the closed season was tention. Col. D. E. Knight represented hud blown out on thu cur, the aged
G. W.Saxon to J. N. Saxon-27 1.2 ''
of the Bradford County High School the best essay on prohibition, she a violation of the law, and subjected. 20722. the defendants, and J. C. Adklns, woman walked up the road with little

assembled Wednesday morning, at taking as her subject, "Reasons Why I fenders to heavy fines. During the acres states attorney. Members of the jury I II I'envlupe to .puts away the time untiltho
R. A. Green to J. H. -0
8:30: o'clock, in the large auditorium i Automobile Drivers Should Not Use open season.however, these animals Hysong were T. L. Wainwright, G. C. Mott, I biro wan changed.
to listen' to the patriotic and ad. i Intoxicating Liquor." acres 18022. I T. B Triest, John Forsyth, II. A. !! !
songs can be hunted upon securing of a license BlanchimcSha
N. T. Hitch and wife, G. M. Inman
I).
Prescott, J. Baxter ::
dress suitable for Armistice Day. I Each child was allowed to select ,
and wife F. A. Walker 20
: dealt with to acres The defendants were charged. with high rate bf speed/ said. to have beenin
The exeroises were opened by an his or her subject, just so it I 36-1-22. ''
the shooting\ Marshal V. R. Reddish, of ./10 milus hour the lit.
The excess un ,
orchestra selection, with ;Misses Eliza some phase of prohibition. The
BAPTIST WOMAN'S MISSIONARY J. S. Mathis and wife to Mabel A.
Lawtey, on the night of August 23: tie child out the road. Mrs.
run across
beth Andrews and Elise Jones as pianists contest was open to all children in the UNION NEW RIVER ASSOCIATION:.; Wainwright 10 acres 22-6-22.
1921 I the shooting occurred when the
,
Owen Griffin violin and Paul school grades. GOSH, seeing the danger grasped the
; : grammar. !1---- G. B. Colson and wife to First Bond
marshal them
Knight, banjo. The Star Spangled !Miss Long's essay was adjudgedthe The woman's Missionary Union of I and Mortgage Co., of Gainesville attempted for to place under child and quickly shoved It from the

Banner was sung with enthusiasm and best in the Palatka grammar the New River Association held their acres 21-7-20; 20 acres 2 H 7-20; 108 arrest the alleged station disorderly Everett conduct road, but was unnble. to escape the

was'followed by scripture reading and school, winning the prize offered by ': annual Associations! meeting in the I acres 25.7-20. and near Lawtey swiftly moving car.
prayer by Rev. L. W. Kickliter. "A merlea' the local T. U. and then Starke church October 30th. There Troy Bennett surrendered to tho I :Mrs. GOHS was. the widow of Judge t
W. C. was wasa Mrs.[ S. A. Saxon, et als., to G. W. sheriff the following day and, they I 17.
It. Goss
; was sung by the school, afterwhich forwarded to state headquarters whereit good attendance and (food interest Saxon-27 1.2 acres 20-7-22. prominent Gainesville at-
held until the
Rev. C. F. Starnes 'made an again won among those from other and the churches from the various I>avl.1V.. Kelly and wife to R A. were wounded. in the recovered county jail I torncy for many yours, und was bornin
man sufficiently
excellent address; the cliiruil: of his ': well Newnunsvlllu, the now deserted
schools in the state. parts of the association were Green Tract in Sec. 33020. admit them
speech being a short account of Lo Miss! student' of represented. C. I.. Peek and wife Jo L. J. Wynn40 to to bail. old-time county seat of Aalachua after .
Long was once a I Fined for Breaking and Entering:
the Civil War und until the lust
carno Conference of October 16th, Mrs J. J. Bullen of called the
.
acres 23721.Eunice
the B. H. S. while she with her
par. Lucinda Williams with
charged
,
I I' when France, Belgium and Germany, to order and of fow years resided In the famous old
ents, Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long, i meeting on account Fowler to R. A. Green3 breaking and entering entered
pleaof
a GOBS homestead In East: Gainesville
I theTancient: enemies, have promised In were residents of our town. She has ''illness in her home resigned as presi- acres 33-fl-20.: guilty and received a sentence' of I .______ ____
effect never to fight' again. AI an dent after which Mrs. T.'J. Terry ofLawtey Sarah Jane
,
many friends here, who wish to con Kelly to R. A. Green-I $50 and costs or 30 days in the coun-
I earnest of good faith they have signed gratulate her as winner of this'state was elected president.I Tract in Sec. 33620. ty Jail. N.IUlt: :
flve trentles and have agreed that between The devotional of tie :
'wide contest. I part meeting Mersa Bronk and Mary Vedderto -. The case of Rebecca Clark vs Duval
them shall stand a demilitarized i was conducted by Mrs. F. A. Scott and I.. II. Hill-20 acres in Sees. 23-21- Jewelry Co. continued New River, Nov. 12.-B. F. Uonfrou
until the
zone along the Rhine which neither I Mrs Bullen. 522. was and G. W. Andrews were visiting'

will [lever cross to attack the other. To INSTALLATION OF EPWORTH I The election of officers resulted as Holland and Ponsang, Inc., to Addle I spring term. friends in Fort" Myers lust week. \

reeinforce thus security Great Britlan LEAGUE OFFICEHSI! follows: Hull-58 acres 25-7-21. I Mr.! and Airs R. J. Turner of Guinea

and Italy promise to go to the military I Mrs, T. J. Terry, Preside 11, Lawtey. Ethel J. Weatherly sad husband, et GRAHAM: viii. are visiting relatives here this

assistance of either nation which shall I Last Sunday morning there was an Mrs.. F. A. Scott, Vicepres.. Starke. als., to A. W. Redgrave-1 lots Starke week .
i 'beA,the victim of aggression by the Mrs. J. II. Pitts, Secy-1 rtas., Law. on Wi.ter St. \Dr. Thomas, of Jacksonville, made.
other. impressive ceremony at the Methodist Vance Ki n, of Krookcr, motored
ley. Alma Shaw and A. B. Shaw to R. a professional call here Saturday.
111 church when the newly elected officers : Mrs. J.\I.! Brownlee, Chairman, A. W."ks-2 acres R720. K. J. Murrhec, Tom Mills and son, hero Sunday.

\i SCHOOL BOARD MEETING of the Epworth League were Young Peoples Leader, Starke. Addie: R. Hall and husband! to First Bitch, were business! visitors to the S. V. Andrews of Morrlston was the t

'- installed in their respective offices. Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Chairman,, Bond Lund Mortgage Co., of Galnnsvlle county seat Saturday.R. guest of Mr. and Mrs' M. F. Wiggins

Board met in regular session with The installation was conducted by ,'Impersonal Service, Starke. -00 acres 25.7-21. N. Dowling and daughter, Mrs. ;Monday.Mr. .

all .. members present November 2, the pastor, Rev. C. F. Starnes assisted ,| Mrs. T.etaoiBackk.-.f! R mP W. fo:. Davis and wife ij J. J. Truby, Charles Latham, of Starke, were hereat and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, Mr.

19257viz: L. W. Kickliter, G. :M. Inman by Prof. S. S. Dowling. The ,, Mrs. J. T. Quigley; Chairman Pub. et als.-14 lots In Starke in L. T. and the bedside of his daughter, Mrs.C. and Mrs. F. A. Andrews and :Mr. andMrs.

and ];A. Wasdin. personnel is as follows: ;I licity, Stark'e. Cos., add. B. Roberts, Saturday afternoon.Mrs. M I. L. Johns, motored to the state

Minutes of previous meeting read President Miss Florence Matthews. Mrs. J. J. Bullen, Mission Study LIbrarian Empire Lumber Co., to Bessie Morris Harry Kellum and children, of Farm Sunday afternoon. ,

anj:appioved as read. Vice President-Comer Long. Starke. -210 acres 34-6-19. High Springs, spent Friday after- Miss Inn Hodges is visiting friend

Mrs. C. Roden was recommendedfor Secretary-Eugene Matthew. I Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, Chairman Bey-ie Morris to Susan M. Wills! noon here. in Starke this week.

$6.00 widows pension. Treasurer-Hamilton Hitch I :Margaret Fund and Training School, 240 acres 36-6-19. Miss Dolly Thomas, of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Porter and chile

All.(Schools are permiteed to take Department Superintendents! : Miss I Starke. Rhoda Broughton and husband to spent last week here with her parents, dren were visitors to Lake Butler Sat

Armistice day for a holiday providing Alma Tomberlin, 1st. Spiritual; :Miss I ':Mrs. Geo. C. White, Stewardship G. W. Sapp-40 .,cre.* 11-6-20. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Thomas. urday.,' '

theyjprepare and have suitable exercises Kate Struth 2nd Social Service) Miss: Chairman, Starke. 1 D. J. Byrd and M. J. Byrd to D. M. Leo, Llyod and Marie \Dyal, of ;Mr and Mrs. F. A. Andrews, Mr.I and

for about one hour in the Madge Middle ton, 3d Recreation; Miss ,: Reports' were made .Lawtey, Byrd-10 acres 21720. Brooker, spent Saturday with their Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, !Mr. and Mrs G,

morning. Schools will close Wednesday Grace Wood, 4th Missions. Epworth Starke, Brooker, Pine Level Unions grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. W. Andrews, Misses Alpine and Rosa

before Thanksgiving and not open League Agent !Miss Fredrica Struth. showing much good was done during BRADFORD COUNTY Dyat.Prof. i Hodges, Ollie Rogue, :Mnssrs.' Lawrence *

until the following :Monday. Teachers i the past year. TEACHERS INSTITUTE and Mrs! Lonnie Futch, spent and Norman Wiggins\ and Guy

will be paid for Friday providing they PECAN GROVES YIELD- I The following were elected delegates the weekend at their home In Lawtey. I Andrews attended. the funeral of Mr.

I attend an institute on a Saturdaydesignated to the convention In Tampa in An institute will be held at the Arthur Wilder, Avener Padgett\ I Dock Crews Sunday In Union county. h

by the superintendent. ING HEAVY CROP I I December: :Mesdames T. J. Terry, J. school house in Starke, Saturday, I and Minner Starling left Tuesday for Messrs. Casey Atkinson and John

A( *solution was duly offered by I I H. Pitts, T. J. Proctor, F. A. Scott, W. 'November 21. All teacher I attending Daytona. I I Slow. of Brooker. motored here Sun.

, J'J.'AWaadin: and seconded by G. M.Inouuvthat Reports from owners of the large IJ. Epperson, J. J. Bullen, J. Shriver. this meeting will not be requiredto I Marvin Ogden, of Pompano, spent day and were guest of friends..

the chairman and secretary pecan groves of this section indicate Mrs. T. J. Proctor was elected delegate teach Friday after Thanksgiving.The last week 'here with friends and rela I Miss Amy Ronfrue u visiting friend
,that the yield this year will be heavy,] tives. 'Iin : .
: borrow sufficient funds to cover todajrVrpayroll. from New River Association to program follows: l F'ortIy..1'8.
: j,a good portion of the crop being ready I represent the Union at the Southern 9.30 a. m. Song-America. Friends of Mrs C. B. Roberts, will .I C. L. Atkinson, of Waldo/ and WiI-

Mqved by J. A. Wasdin and seconJd- to ship. Among the larger groves are Baptist Convention at Houston, Texas. 9:45: a. m. Aimsln History Teaching be glad\ t* learn that she is able to be son Russ, of Brofiker, motored here

ed by G. M. Inman that from the factthasltlarold !those of !Messrs. II. L. Stevenson, N. ; Mrs. W. L. Harrell, of Jacksonville, I Discussion Miss Florence' Matthews at home again. Mrs. Roberts has I Thursday.B. n
D. Wainwright, J. M Brownlee, and been staying with her In F. Rvnfro W. M.. and
Kincholoe tendered his ; I a state worker was present and gave and L. II. Futcb. son, Roy, Hodges
resignation' to two of the trustees of : R F. Demorest. An effort will be valuable Instruction and Inspirational 10.15: a. m. Essentials of Good Gainesville while Dr. Thomas of that Lawrence Wiggins! motored to Starke 4

HeObronn school and left the school' made during the next few weeks to I impetus to the meeting Teaching, discussion-C. II. Williams place was treating her. We hope that Monday.

at'aboo.t eleven thirty a. m., the board I ascertain the number of acres in -. ---- and Ralph Carmichael. she wilt soon be up again as shn I la 1 1\11'8.1\1. F. Wiggins\ nndNormun Wig.

that it is sufficient Bradford county planted to nut trees. 11.15: a. m. I'enman"hlpIra.. S.M. missed very much in this> community.I. gins' were' visitors to Starke Monday.
agreeee a reslgnationMI DINED AT KEYSTONE f
Thousands of trees have been set out Cox. I,. Ogden halt returned to his homo Mrs. WINon Atkinson, of Donsville,

Thejfollowing tills audited during the past few years, and practically HEIGHTS 12.15: Noon. in Pompano, after several weeks visit j Ga., win visiting: friend here hundiy.
were all nurseries sold their entire here with friendw. C. C. Johns and B. M. Johns of
1.30 son ,
i : p. m How to Secure InterestIn
and Ordered paid from general fund: Mr. and-Mrs. J. H. Lawrence delightfully .
output in the summer for winter de entertained the Recitation, discussion, Mrs. B. Per- Roy Wasdm, of Jacksonville, spent Starke, motored here Wednesday.Mr. .
.
1 livery. As steady income producerthe following kina and Miss Laura Joyner. the weok-end here with hi. parents. and Mrs. B. Johns,' of Hoil. 1

BENNY SAPP NIGHT MARSHAL :pecan grove has no equal. party giving of turkey Starke dinner people last the Sunday by 2:00: p. m. The Aim of a Recitation Hugh Butler, Crosby and Buddy bronn Springs, motored here Sunday

Ae regular-;meeting; of the cowneiiheld I On almost an equal footing comes Hotel: a Mr. and Mrs. G.at W. Alderman.Keystone discussion, S. S. Dowling and E. Russ, of Brooker, were visitors here and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. t\

,, last week, Benny Satpp was the Satsuma orange tree. Some of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, :Mr. and J. Smith. Sunday night. lie if roe.

selected for night police duty, relic I tJwo trees set two winters ago are bearing : Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. Geo. C. White, 2:45: p. m. Each teacher will have Charley Thomas, of Tampa, came !Messrs. M. C. Jenkins and Bob Rob..
Keu shbrOOk, who has served the fruit, and only the difficulty of Miss Isabel Fernandez; also Miss one question on her particular needs. ,home Monday to spend a while with
Innon of the Duval Jewelry Company,
I obtaining this fruit tree from The primary department will be hut pcrrnU. ,
townnfficiently and well. Mr. Sappgexperienced nurseries Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Kessler Mr.
week.
Jacksonville in town last
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Saucr of Baldwin were
prevent the from growing under the leadership of Miss Olive ,
lf. man and will give acreage and Mrs. Baker, and Mr. E. V. Larsen business.
the town good "nric.. I faster.- of Keystone Heights. Ray from 9:00 to 10:45. were in town last Friday on __,

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r BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1923
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I I II The fifth grade was very glad to some of the wise seniors here would for our good. To be obedient :s to be

have Mrs. H. M. Snyder visit their probably bo the results: What is happy. To be disobedient is to., bIn\ -

room last Friday. Delaware Punch? The favorite blow happy and bring sorrow, not onl) M 1'11',,,
IL Bradford HighSchool of Jack Dempsey our selves but to others as. well!

Dick Williamson went to; the shoe- What is a balarney stove A prec- In the army and navy the rolland maker's and said: "I need a new sole iovs metal. sailors must be obedient; if t'' ,

on my shoe." What is a boycott A little bed. 1'are'' not obedient it causes a, great ?:'

Journal Shoemaker: "Are you sure Dick?" What is a mountain range? A large of trouble.

Dick: "Yes, it is so thin I can step cook stove. For our own good, and for the K I i
I on a dime and tell whether it is headsor = of others and of our country we m
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1 EUGENE MATTHEWS SAMMY 8TERNBERGAaaodata tails." Mrs. Alderman="This cloudy weather be obeiient.

E.tlto.-ln.Chld. Editor does not agree with me. The child should be taught to
Etta Fay: "If you were to throw a :Miss Brown-"That's not surprising obedient when it is small, so wi
OWEN GRIFFIN WILLIAM DUNCAN white stone into the Red Sea, what it does not even agree with the weather they) ,go out into the world toi
Athl.lle Editor Joke Editor would it become?" "
.1. man. their fortunes, they must be obedi-
,T -- Mary: "It would become red." of
and obey the laws our country.
.i I Science Club Etta Fay: "No, it would become wet." Carlyle was assigned to get a sack
The Soliloquy of the Doormat to see you cry, but, I'm sorry I spoke, 1 of potatoes. lIe also got a sack oftenlis June Bullen, Eighth Gru '
Club held its meeting I
I The Science
much money on I' Seventh Grade
too
but you spend following sub- balls. lIe took ono sack hoM HONOR ROLlT:
The
soliloquy was writtenby and they went in with big Friday morning. The Seventh Grade
I The following clothes, members of the |and the other to the tennis\ court.
the members:
Virginia Weeks, read it over and tears splashing on Eva's new dress. sects were discussed by Blind Club are glad to report the progressof Upon opening the sack ne! found that Second :Month

lee how it compare with Hamlet's "Wonder how long I'll last at this "Every" Crime is Entrecked "Test a their club. At our last meeting I'he had left the tennis ball, and had First grade-Class D: Carol Wh' ,

soliloquy: rate-Eva and Bill seem to do all their! Lie, by Lawrence Wiggins. new officers were electtd.Ve have brought the potatoes> "Curses," said Billy Powell, Hazel Stroman, Be

,j "I'm new! I'm new! I'm new! Sanathe talking while staldinon me, and Failed" to Confirm Transmutation Hair to I(two new members in our class, Geor- Carlyle, "If mother boils tennis ballsI Varnes, Ella ;Mae Manning.

;- doormat, in fact I'm just from the Eva always tells Bill ftood-bye standing Gold, by :Merton" Clark. "Why | ginna: Pender of Virginia and Charles I for supper I am done. Class B: Bessie Thomas, All.

.' factory and I hope that some nice on me. Oh! Oh! I'm sleepy." Turns Gray, by Clevy Norman.. Fields, of New York. t Williams! Edna :McKinney, Don :- -
1! t easy walking people will buy me. Such But the next morning everything ---- I i Reporter, (interviewing William) cox: Marie Tison.
I I a life. ax we live sometimes So I've was different. Eve didn't go to the I'' Newspaper Club Elmo: "Come here Hardware." | "What state were you born inVil- Class A: Annie :Mae Thornton. M

been told" it sighed, "and- door with Bill, and Bill, why Bill slam The school better sit back expectant I Wilson: "Why do you call your dog 'liam Olive Ray, Teacher.

M "I'll take the door-mat sir," a voice med the door when he left. A few ly for the coming play to be put on ,i Hardware?" 'j William Duncan-"Unless my recollection Class C: Robert Roberts, Will..

\ broke in. A girl gilflecl and the mat minutes later the door-mat heard the :by the newspaper club. No title has I I Elmo: "lIe's always making a bolt fails me in the state of ig Williams, Luther Wilson, John fct t. '

i Ioij\\ was jerked down from its home on the car start and then the sound of a sob been selected for the play but it will for the door." norance." ling, Leila Crews. ;Mrs. Allen Kill

t: shelf, wrapped, thrown in a wagon came within the window. It was Eve illustrate the rules of parliamentarylaw. Wilson: "Oh, I seel. Then I should I Reporter-"lIow long have you lived loe, teacher.

i'', and after an exceedingly bumpy ride,, sitting on the window seat with her :Members of the club have been call mine: Carriage Shop." there?" Second grade-Curtiss New in' .
',' seemed found itself going into hands sobbing I given the facts and will get busy. The Elmo: ""Why" I I II /
10 it head in her Cecil Thorias, J. B. :Silcox:; W
4 a very trim little !garden, up a walk i Nine, ten, eleven, the clock struck'club has awakened to the fact that Wilson: "Whenever we let him out!I Joseph Malpas-"What Is Thelma" Weeks, Jr., Grace Andreu, Vonda I
onto a wide veranda and then when I'I and a car stopped at the gate. Bill they belong to the newspaper in, and so he makes for our old buggy." going to do when she finishes school ? man, Lillian Sternberg, Doi.- .
the members sending jokes, Lois Edwards-"I hadn't thoughtof
the thought of entering this cute little leaped out, jumped the gate, ran up now are I White, Mildred McRae, Eunice bti
I articles and other things with vigor. .\ Hot One that, What is the school going to
house about to be realiz. the and tho door. It was then E'i
was just I path to land, Virginia! Brantley, :Miss '
ed, it was dropped at the door. that the mat noticed that he held a I Frivolous Freshmen Charles: "I just bought a new suit do when"he gets through with it is the :Griffin, teacher. *

"Just a doormat it sighed: as Eve gig box in his hand. Eve came to the with two pair of pants"Glenn problem. I Third grade-Class A: Flou

with her daintily shod little feet danced door with her eyes red from crying, I The freshmen are still exulting over Charles: "Well"Fine, how do yew its like it hot? | Harriet-"I never knew Sammy wasI tlassett, Mildred Hundley, Mai- j '

(she never walked) across the and there Bill quite shamelessly be- the nicely painted wall which presented : only too I lazy" Powell, Georgia Haynes, Hoii.ii, e.Ovorstreet .

p ..i: threshold. fore tho door-mat grabbed her and' themselves :Monday morning, as wearing two pair. Ruth-"Why he's been keeping from I Harry Edwards. J

') "Bill," she breathed, balancing on (ll kissed her until they were both out of ''well as the new waste baset. The George: "Do you like hamburgerballs studing at home now a weekbecause I Class B: Jessie rrevatt, Glad '

I the side of the mat, "Itn wonderful, breath, and laughing like two chiljJron walls expertly done in Ivory alabas- ?" hi. book is wrong side< up." Gordon, Alma Thornton, :Solomon:) L .,
1 now jlon't you think I have good taste -and then he opened the box, a tine caused the freshmen to nearly! Merrill : "I don't think I ever at- I derhrll, Myrna and Frank Frink. :M,

in furniture? Just look at his door beautiful pink and gold. taffeta dress faint seeing the contrast between the : tended. one. Are they very naughty?" Owen- 'I once loved a girl, but Madge :Middleton\ teacher.
j mat." fell out with a pair of little gold "then and now." Why shouldn't the she made a fool of me." Fourth grade: Class A: Grace A -

j.:' "Furniture," he laughed, "Honey, slippers and hose and Eve eat right freshmen be frivolous> with these Improvements -I Eighth Grade Hazel-Giggles.( ) rarer, Martha Brownlee, Carrie 11,. .

don't you understand that a door-mat down on the mat with Bill at her side I I] besides repaired curtains, Eight of the eighth grade pupils Owen-(Seriously) "What'cha laughing to, :Slay Dean, A. E. Woll, Jr., Art), ,

Isn't furniture It's just a-ah-well and tried the slippers on. I new transom, and a new pencil sharp had a debate Friday on the subject of, at?" Darby Jones Sinclair reek, Jr., Ahi,-
just a door-matt"! "Guess I'll last a while longer," ener. "Resolved that Term Examinations Hazel-"I was just thinking whata Andrews Eva Prevatt.

"I known-but isn't it wonderfulto said the door-mat to the door facing," should be abolished." Affirmative: ) lasting impression some girls have." Class Bi I Lois Adkins, :Mildred Ut ,i iUs I.

come back from your honeymoon this work is exciting. REPORTS FROM I TilE GRADES Pearl :Manning, Iris Brr.wn, Louise Lois Long, Tommie Cason. :M

I and find a little home all ready, wait- Grade Hayes, Theodore. Young:; Negative: Virginia-"Is this the first time Eunice Perkins, teacher.

s ing for you. I just love it Bill, lot's Future B. II. S. Boosters The first grade First has one new pupil Paul Knight: Tillman Alvarez. June that you ever kissed a girl?" I Fifth grade: Bertha Dyal, (1,
r "
see how the furniture looks in the, 3ullen Edgar King. The affirmative Joseph-"Gosh! Am I that crude i Dyal. Lucille Edwards, Mary Bum
The other day the following young this week He is Louis Hall, from
3 front guest room," and they walked side won. !! lee, Annie Varnes.Richa-d William
with
ladies were seen practicing yells Deerfield, Florida. Senior-I hear that letter postage
:,; over the door-mat with a light: step. I Julian Peek, Jr., Mrs. S. M. <
acting
all their might: Elaine Wynn j entered the is going to three cents.
Monday pupil
\ months later the 1\ a new
One day, two Third Grade teacher.
as cheer leader was leading, Mary | : Pender Freshman-Gosh! I'm going to lay
Miss
eighth grade Virginia ,
( ,
,
mat heard Eva and Bill talking ai The First Thanksgiving! Sixth grade: Beverly Cady, Un;
{ Wiggins, Caridud Tourrcllu, Lillian from Craddock in a goodly store of two cent stamps.
a they came in from the garden. It Vas :Sternberg:; Alice Smith, Aileen Andrews The Pilgrims were so thankful for Virginia Ovcrsc 'eel Leon Alvarez, Ralph '
J later in the afternoon and the fierv and :Mary Silcox. The young all the food and plenty that they had B. II. S. BUNK :Miss Florence-"What is etiquette?" Louise :Marshburn. Miss Cora <1-i

red sun just setting formed a back. cheerers are of the second grade and the first year they were in America, Everett-"It's paying "no thank I houn, teacher. _
ground for them, and when Eva in hold out promise to become future that they had a big dinner and the Joseph-"Say something soft and you'.when you want to say 'gimme' ". Seventh grade: Rachael Silcox. lice
'I"I" I her trim little dark dress stopped, silII Indians who had been so good\ to them sweet." Fernandez, Delia Williamson, i I ,
"i noutted against the nun it was beauti 'yellers. helped them. They had turkey and Virginia-"Custard pie." I Jessie-"Edna must be going in for zel Adkins, :Muriel :Silcox: McrFuUh

; ful and then they walked on. Loyalty to Our Purple and Gold deer which the men and Indians kill- I I, something" more useful than basket. : James Richard Wainwm,
"Darling," Rill said. "would you ed, and gave thanks to God for his Miss Brown-"Were you hurt ball Glenn Wood, :Milton Brownlee '
II a' I: mind not &T>vn
(\i money. I hate to ask you not to, but gold are our school colors So girls Since then we have always had Elmer-"No, while" they were playing Jessie-"She" said she made the Eighth grade: Pearl Manning, E: -

t it's been rather hard paying for the let's show our loyalty by coming out Thanksgiving Day. football on me. scrub team. lyn Strickland, Iris Brown, Th, ,' .

i I"": house, and I believe we could cut down to basket ball practice when called David-"Carlyle, I heard tomethilg Silcox, Theodore Young, Jerry m.." i ii
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on something, don't! you." upon. A word to the loyal is sufficient Fifth Grade News nice nbout Memoriam: "i s Helen Caldwell, teacher.

; By this time they had reached the I am sure. The pupils of fifth grade take great Carlyle--you."You did?" Susie Calf fatally wounded Wednes- Ninth grade: Ruth Sternberjr, I II -

i' : : ; I door also the door-mat they wtopped. care in the marking their chore cards David-"Yes, a man said you lookeda day Nov. 4, 1925, by a car from Law. I eritt Hewitt, Edna Strickland,. VMam .
.1 Y 'I "Rut Bill," Eva sweetly said, "How It. H. S. Symphony Five each day. Having kept their cards little like me." tey containing some B. H. S. students. : Duncan, Merrill :Struth,, Men'
I 1. ;r do 1 spend "n much I don't mean to- neatest of all !grades they have in Susie had lovely hair and beautiful I' Clark, Junior MacDonald, Tnl.i(
vnrnetff At lost the B. II. S.is beginning: to their room this month a reward,
as
J 1- ihe to tears."Don't Allen-"Some of the girls do
.toJ:>Jwd. sure soulful eyes. We all greatly mourn her Gainey, Rufus Prescott, Allan 1."1'
/ Eva don't 'r\, I can't stand show up in true colors. We admit a real handmade silk flag; made by wear wide belts." (decease. Tenth /grade: Wilbur :Marshhtu, ,
: that we huve been asleep for a long Betsy Ross' great granddaughter.Mrs. .
I ,",,' I Clarence-"Wide belts! You simp Jessie Williams, Lois Gainey.Eleventh .
and
awake
hut mean
now
I timu, we are those "
are dresses. Obedience. Hazel Middle!
grade:
fox "That
''it tn stay that way. : sentence is wrong. .
One of the great results of thin Julian: "What's the matter wit it ?" Miss Thelma-"What is the most Obedience is the act or habit of obey -:nmmy Sternberg.

,1' '\\1 awakening is our orchestra, namely;: Mrs. Cox: "You put the period back useful food?" ing. To be obedient one must be susr- Gussie Mae Bennett, Elise' Jut. { '
Grace Wood: Florence Andrews.Twelfth
,
I a I "The B. !l. S. Symphony Five." The wards. Jennie-"Er, I guess a chicken, be- I missive to anything. Obedience is one grade Clevy Norm ,
ffM orchestra has not had much practice, cause we eat them before they are of the best habits. Our parents, our :
; r 6f Teachers: Miss Thelma Brown !M
1! but they have done remarkably well born and after they're dead and we state, our land wishes us as children ,
FOR OVER Florence :Matthews, :Mrs. T. J. Aid -
for the amount that they have had. I get: an eatable product between time." and citizens to obey the law '
I I( \\u believe that an orchestra is H If an intelligence; teat was given to I They give and make laws which are :'man, S. S. Dowlmg, teachers.- --
great thing for a school and are very 'I 1 I
,
1 ZOO TEARS ---------- ---
proud of ours.Bradford --- -- --- -- -

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| Boys Defeat Waldo>> ByI haarlem oil has been a world-
Score of 173.
I I wide remedy for kidney,liver and

,I At the end of the first quarter, bladder disorders, rheumatism

'li Edith. Note i- Tirmmh p""cUI .ranffement i Bradford showed. its superiority over lumbago and uric acid conditions. .
/ wits The Edo fttional I Ifaok Co. I Waldo by having a score of 5 to 0. At STATE o 'A R
N. V. thi* a wap p,r now re 4ra I
the half
this Intareetlnafeature. "QUIZ", l.ln* end of the. first Bradford was Q1tDMBP
aatraote from that ........ ....10_ bj' Eu'fppen. still gaining. The score was 9 tol. I FLORIDA
C. Glbaer, Director of Extension A.- Waldo made this point on free goal. HAARLEM OILY
I Ivlll... New York Board of Evocationllitae a
puilee will be /ound intvlleoiwl" -< At the end of the third quarter the .fc-y-i 'Ti.... ia
Veil I iuauucUve.. score was 14 to 1. During the fourth JACKSONVILLE A NOVEMBER 19-28
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Puzzle No.. 4 quarter) Waldo rang one field goal correct Internal troubles stimulate vital
but Bradford rang several more and I organs.Three sires All Druggists. Insiston

3 I 40 3'1' the quarter resulted in a score of 17 to I the original genuine\ GOLD MEDAL.

is- e- 8 3 in favor of B. II. S. A RECRD BREAXINGr FOR
h1 TRAIN SCHEDULE FAIR } 10 DAYS AND 10 NICHTS
1 2) 15
Bradford Girls Defeated by Waldo
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; I.: 11 Girls! 28-:). Schedule changes 12:01: a. m. Sun-
day, October 4, 1925 and trains will THE GREATEST EDUCATIONAL; : AND ENTERTAINMENT SPECTACLE OF THE YEAR

$I With two straight lines cross This Is the first team the B. II. S. run as follows:
through nine of the twelve squares girl have had for several years, so No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa due Buildings filled to overflowing with the cream of 1 lorlda's Agricultural: Horticultural Livestock. Dairy and In-
dustrlal products. --acres of farm machinery, automotive equipment and commercla exhibits- will make of the I
shown above so that the three I II
re- doubtless the main thing they need Starke 12:30: A. M. revelation for fair vialtore
I lUll educational program a
.* tn&inlng will total sixty. I is practice, which they are planning to No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa due

Puzzle No.- 5 I get in the near future. Starke 11:02 A. M.
I I
t'l 1. Take a consonant, the figure ', No. 7 Jacksonville to St. Petersburg OFFICIAL STATE A. P. A. I INSPIRING' EXHIBITS! OF
fifty, nothing, five, and the end of Reports from Organisation due Starke 2.16 P. M. OOLO MEDAL POULTRY SHOW BOYS' AND GIRLS' CLUB; WORK

life, and find an article of wear- I'I No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm-
ing apparel. Etiquette Club Beach due Starke 10:15: A. M.
i 2.Itty, and nothing, and a Although our regular time was !I No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville due A $25,000.00 ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMTHE

JU delicious beverage, and discover a shortened last Friday we spent a very Starke 4:36: A. ]M.1

well-known Biblical character. helpful twenty minutes discussing of No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville duo LOOPLES -LOOP LOOPERS -ZIP-BISH-6ANONovember !
i 8. From nothing, and a vegetable Introduction, when a gentleman (not Starke 4:25 P. M. Afterneo I and NIP' ,t
a prominent letter of theIof an ordinary boy) should rise and tip No. 104 St. Petersburg to Jacksonville Autoe That Pass In The Air" Sensational and 20, >1 and 25Thre.
alphabet, and 1 fifty, you may make his Thrilling Spectacle. On. Auto looping-the-loop three days of Thl'tlllnc Auto Rao. by World Famous
.
l hat: also we dicusaed upon what due Starke 6:03 P. M. inciudine i"r.d HM,, Holder
Iof a beautiful gem. tlmea In midair while another passes under It.MAQNIFICCNt Wosp':: :: of Tbreo
occasions should riic.Afiis Championships.
4. Five, and vowel, and one, a young lady I No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville FIREWORKS,
\ and fifty, give something worn by Matthews.ays that a lady never due Starke 9:00: A. M. Every Night FAST RACING CARD
J
I f'J. ladles. 'hop! up and down like a jumping.jack I No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key Exclusive Pyrotechnic Offering Designed Kxpeclalra 'November. B to 17
t: but rises. only when necessary or when due Starke 6:11 P. M. For Nightly Fireworks Dtll1>lay at The State fair. Five! days. of.H5C'M Ra ... for th. tows of :rtubllla
Futile No. 6 ever it i is correct to do so. "Shortie" "Starke &: Wannee Branch"No. THE GREAT MIDWAY Hooves. .. Trotters Off Southern. Circuit.

( Can you place three figure slices say that the only time an elderly lady 101 Leaves Starke 7:40: A. M. Johnny J. Jones Midway. Shows and Riding' Device, FAMOUS BANDS
I together, no they will total seven T Also a eonslorneratlon of pink (lemonade, hot doff
J' should rise is when she sat down upona No. 102 Arrives Starke 3:15 P. M. saner, kraut cotton candy stands and midway ....tau. And Orchestras Offering Musla of Every Kind. Also.
Puzzle :No.' 7 pin. Do you agree with her? I expect T. J. GRIFFINA rants. Spectacular Faceadt With 500 of Flortda'sFalrest Ma4dV
t The following letters are Inscribed you will when you sit upon a pin,
1 on stone in a Church in that is if
England you're not too lazy to get up. TONIC
,' followed Immediately by the --CHAMPIONSHIP CAT AND DOC 8HOW--

Tan Commandments. The key to Literary Club drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
'., Interest Every Person Every Minute - - - Th.
this cryptic writing is one letter The Literary Club is getting down Energy and Vitality by Purifying and Somethlns- Bljfest Show of the Tsar

'h.h only to business. Friday morning at the Enriching the Blood. When you feel its Reduced Rates On All Lines of Travel
PRSVRYPRFCTMN '
G *. s !regular meeting we studied "How to strengthening Invigorating effect see bow
VRKPTHSPRCPTST I I memorize reading" and also took up it brings color to the cheeks and how Popular Admission Prices

) Solutions Next Week.BoUtlena !i "Public Speaking." It Improves the appetite you will then
\ ef Lmml w....'. P......i No I j I"e are wondering who In our so-
State Fair
If-The bop. tame*) the pumpkin N_ Mety is going to become appreciate! its true tonic value. I Florida AssociationP.
l-K-S upside down and they thin sad. a great speaker Groves Tasteless chill: Tonic Is simply'
....-I-and wire divisible by II. No. a-- -but we feel free to say if we follow -
Iron and in So
Quinine suspended
.f l The president's name sow COOL1IK5E.. what Miss Brown us Friday syrup O. Box in Jacksonville
gave children like 1C The blood
+ No. IThe Aral added l on* of Mi own pleasant even
., eamel inve halt of IS (Ie) to the aMeetam we will surely get somewhere. needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to A. P. ANTHONY President t... M. STRIPLIN. Secretary
w t one-lhlnl (e) to the nut and one- 'I The meeting only lasted about twenty Enrich iL Destroys Malarial germ and
ninth camel Mt. -his own. minutes as the student had to ]prac- Grip germs by Its Strengthening, Invigorating -
FyY tire basket ball yells. Effect. 60c.L -







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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER! 13. 192. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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Middleburg Youth Found Guilty[ ....-
News of Florida lit Short Paragraph


Of First Degree Murder io IF

r Live State NewsTOLD I \ I 4::

Green Cove Springs, Nov. 4.Selection had a "spell" in the presence of other '
of a jury In the trial 'of Rufus students.
wt iii :, L11: '-----L: ,- '. ,
BY OUR EXCHANGES Chesser. 17 year-old youth, charged j I The last state witness was Deputy <1' :I\
with killing his sweathewrt, Sally
; Sheriff Jess Quiglejr, who was summoned -
Boyles, 24,, and brother-in-law, to the scene of the dual slaying II you can make shipments -
Lowrenco Dillaberry, was being continued j
on the night of September 5.
WuchuIa-VegetabIes and citrus Gainesville-C. A. Carmeron, en- late this afternoon, the second How his brother Rufus Chesser, 17. tl Direct to ,
fruit have been moving steadily from gineer, of Ocala, was instantly killed day of the trial. shot and killed his sweetheart, Sally .
Wauchula during the injured, probably seriously today exhausted this afternoon and a spe-
side dith after being fatally wounded
R. commercial of the At-
Jones agent > when the two englness of a double- cial list, composed of 45 names, was by him, was told in criminal court i of the Southeastern
lantic Coast Line Railway, made the header extra freight train on the At- drawn from the jury box this after- :i hero today by James diesser, 19. Rufus ::1
following Announcement yesterday. lantic Coast Line crashed about five noon. Difficulty arose in obtaining I is on trial for his life charged with Express Company. W
"With the exception of telegraph operators I miles below here near Alachua sink at jurors who had not formed an opinionin the murder of Laurie Dilaberry. I
the freight station at Wau I Persimmon. Point. Cameron, driving the case caused delay. Dilaberry and Sally Boyles, according \
chula is functioning at normal, and I the forward engine, had left the train Chester was arranged in circuit!: to testimony brought' out atI Route Shipments
until operators are placed on duty and had /gone to Rochelle to flair p sseiiKer court at Green Cove Springs yesterday the trial, were killed on the Jackson your
business ordinarily handled over local train No. 10 at that station. before Judge DeWitt T. Grny. 'I ville-Green Cove Springs road on the I
. wires is being cleared by use of Ho was returning when he met the The state elected to try him first for I t night of September 5, lust. the fastest way
Western Union and long distance freight which had started forward. killing of the Boyles girl. In the I I I Young Chesscr was reticent to tesi jj jjd
* telephone. with the exception of business The two engines came together on a event of conviction for murder in the i;,!i tlfy against his brother today and re.
,' to points which are restricted by curve. Neither of the two engines left I' first dogrco/ in this case, the case covering :j llpcatedly was warned by the judge to \
embargoes all freight offered at the truck,although the tenders of both I the killing of Dilnbcrry will be speak more loudly" In order that the "\ I : J"V ]I
Wauchula is being accepted and movedas were turntnl over, and a freight car filed. according to Charles M. Dur- jury might hear. !Most of his testimony < ;
though no strike was in progress. was smashed to bits. The engine which I rance, stcte's attorney for the Fourth I I which proved dangerous for the
Unless something now and unforseen Cameron had been driving had been Judicial Circuit, prosecuting the !/I'f"n'ant/ was given through cross- $
comes, shippers, should not be uneasyin thrown in forward to stop it. It {I "h lI'lle. He is being assisted by Ion : examination. f
the least that their interests will broke loose from the tender and start I L. Karris. I II. I I The youthful slayer, according to : ,
not be looked after." ed down the track toward Rorhelie I I. Neatly Dressed I II his brother who was with him at the

without a man on it. The feed line was I court opened at I U:30: o'clock time of the tragedy, drove up behind t
Tampa-Two large sea horses, each broken, however, and the locomotive this morning; young Chesscr came into I Diluberry Sully Boyles and( several
about three feet long, and weighing || gave out of steam before it reached 'the dock smiling; and neatly dressed, I III 'others after they hall been compelled
about thirty pounds, were speared In '1 Rochelle, preventing another possible I II appearing! us interested and uncon-i to stop in order: to repair a tire. As r
the Gulf about 300 yards off shore ,I wreck. The tracks were cleared about I I cerncd as he did yesterday morning. I' Dilnberry was stooping over working: By marking, your empress* shipments via Southeastern E*. I : 1pr.
at Sarasota Beach by Frank Roberts, j I" o'clock this afternoon. The bodyof He is wearing a new gray suit and !with -. jack, his back turned to the .... and indicating the transfer point you can secure fait
proprietor of Roberts pavillion, and Cameron was sent to Ocala for I' favorably impressed the crowd of the slayer, young Chesser raised Ills direct service to points on the llnea of the Southeastern Ex.
'Jack Height, of the Gulf View Inn. The burial this afternoon. .spectators with his apipearr.nce.! He'V 'shotgun, aimed, and fired, killing the press Company.For 'I

specimens, which are considered l\Iiam'i-Justirw-homiclde"; fit alone today, the ju-lge yesterday (i'[man utmost instantly uncording to the further Information relative to routing. and methods. of
rare, are preserved alchol, and have I was !, having ordered the father, James testimony indicating uarufer. point, address tSoutn.sst.rn !
. been placed on display. They were the verdict of the coroner's jury in Cheese, to tiike a seat with the R'I Girl's Sinter Testifies! !
''\'speared from a rowboat in about ten the case against Harry J. Hearn, 18 body of spectators, outside the :Miss( Willie Jeff Boylen, sister of t Express Company .
'< fathoms of water. One of the sea year old Atlanta boy charged with An affecting scene took place as 1 the slain girl, was the last witness Jacksonville. Florida :
horses will be kept by Mr. Roberts, killing his landlord, J. I). Timberlake, the boy came In, a duplicate of yester- ,! before court ntljourned, for lunch, to
while the other will be donated to in :Miami yesterday, by hitting him on day's little drama, when the mother I| be resumed at 2 o'clock this after-
the public museum which will be completed -I I the head with a rock during a fight of the boy, with tears struggling/ for noon. SOUThEASTERNExpressConipany
here this year. ,'following Timberlake's order to Heurn 'expression, kissed him as he walked She corroborated testimony givenby
''to move out immediately because he '! up the aisle. Both parents are very I most of tho witnesses in regard

Gainesville-Completely buried in was playing a saxophne. The jury deliberated much broken up over the whole affair, to tho murder and was allowed to
a hole dug ten feet deep, 16 feet long i only three minutes. them I which has meant the alienation ofa leave the stand without questioningby !
and 8 feet wide an automobile was. un- i was immediately, released from Jail. daughter, Mrs. Mattie Dillaberry, defense attorneys after she said it
earthed here in a swamp near Loch Hearn claimed self defense and said< who wants justice done and retribution was unpleasant to talk of her slain
loosa by a'group of farmers. Mystery Timberlake attacked him. lIe was corroborated made for the death of her husband. sister. ,

surrounds the ownership of the car, by witnesses. Willie Jeff Boyles, 20, sister of Six. witnesses_ in all were heard. this -- .
the slain girl and a member of the : ._ _" L ,
which was a 1023 Studebaker apparently morning.! I.'rollall appearances tin- i -
in good condition at the time Vero-Rev. John E. Pounds, of I family party which was broken up so trial will come to an end Saturday. To Stop a Cough Quick
of its burial, from which the windshield Hiram, Ohio, was killed this morning, tragically/ by young Chesser, wasa Should he not be givyn death on the I DI'IWWGlmtDmmmlDClll 1IDWmclmmmWWmmm
had been carefully removed and when the automobile which he was striking figure in court, dressed in 'present charge, states attorneys have take HAYES' HEALING HONEY a
driving collided with another on'''white from head, to foot. She sat Intimated will cough medicine which stops the coutth hy
placed in the back seat, and the top car they begin/ trial immediately healing the intlamod and Irritated tissue Blue
turned back. A small ladies' hand bag the outskirts of the city. Stanley I br the .side iff: the young widow all charging him with tho mur- A box of GROVES; O-PEN-TRATE Printing !
and prescription blanks of Bellinger's Walker, of Vero, was the driver s'l I vwrough' yesterday's session and was der of the girl. 3ALVE: for Chest Colds lend Cold and
pharmacy in Jacksonville were found | the other car. Officers who were 'with her again today. These two Not a tear fell from the long Croup Is enclosed with every 'bottle of And
in the car. Initals, believed to be A. i ed to the scene of the accident said and Chesser's older< brother, James, lashes of Mrs. Mattie Diluberry as HA YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
J. J., were inscribed upon the side of that they could not learn how the accident -I HI, are expected to give state testi- she recounted the story for the jury I should l be rubbed on the chest and throat
the car, although the last two letters occurred. The body of Rev. mony which will send Rufus eitherto of hoi Laurie Dilaberry, her husband of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.I Surveying

were not very plain. Sheriff Pinkoson 'Pounds was taken to Fort Pierce. the electric chair or to a life of met death without warning at ultIe'The the Hralltlil throat rmntilniMl effect of Hnyrit'wit I, the 1I..aUnIlU"npy.limitingpITi-ci In-utirtive U
announced that Dr. A. J. Johnson, now I imprisonment, the hands of Chesser, her brother, and ( :O-Peo-Trale Halve: through the wren u( ,
residing in Hollywood, Fla., but form I Ocala-Seaboard Air Line passenger The other members of the Doyle how the brother shot down his sweet hn skin ffmr(stein erly of the Lochloosa section told him train number three, local from family sat on the side of the court- heart from childhood days on the Jack- cost of the coiublued truntfiuMiC la lie!
several mnths ago that he had lost Jacksonville to Tampa, was wrecked room opposite to that where !Mr. and snville road three miles north of i Just ask your druggist/ for HAYES' H. A. Lee & Co.
an automobile in Gainesville. It was this afternoon three miles south of Mrs. Chesser sat. The Chcssers were Green Cove Springs on the night of HEALING HONEY; I

not established definitely that the car Ocala. Engineer C. V: Spence, of separated, the mother being with women September 5. I I Incorporated
was the property of Dr. Johnson, although -Jacksonville, and Fireman Bean, also friends, while the father gave Sorrow In Voice No Worms in a Healthy Child
it is believed to be. ['''of Jacksonville, and the news dealer whispered advice to defense counsel Patient suffering and sorrow was :, AJI children troubled with Worms haw an on I Thomas BuildingGAINESVILLE
I'were severely scalded and burned. concerning the desirability of tentative in her voice but there melodrama healthy color which indicate.. pour blonl.and ..a
wax no I .
jurors. rale there la more or lesa tomach tlUtnrhauea.GKOVE'S '
Tampa-A ten year old girl, the |, They were taken to a hospital here. in her conduct on the stand. TASTELESS TONIC given regularly FLORIDA
daughter of prominent family at Sulphur | Their burns were not considered aer.I The defense watched the organiza. The questions of both state and defense lot two o> three weeks will enrich the blnuu. Improve
ious. Tho engine, tender and four tion of the jury carefully to keep off tha dUtiatlun.and act M a C neral Strengthennm I P. O. Box 121
injurer I counsel
i
Springs, was perhaps fatally were a ru: we red> brightly, \ TonIc to the whole system Nature will then
residents of the
this afternoon, when she is said i,express and mail! cars left the track Middfeburg section, the oil/ ')'ow of feeling coming when OKI*off or dispel the wnrnu and the Child will be I Ian klllwllillDmwmaudcIIIIIWlllmmCUCl) )( : .
to have been criminally attacked by a 'and were badly damaged. where the two families of principals Samuel B. Wilson, for the defense, perfect bealta. Pleurae to taJw. Soc per.......
65 year man. J.1.. McMilliun, proprietor 'I reside. :Most of the tentative jurors asked her whether it wasn't possiblefor
of a fish market, is being held Jacksonville-Effective Nov. 2 the are from the southern section of Clay her brother James to have shot 4 ::1 it itadCd

without bail in the county jail as the' passenger service of the Florida East county. the girl as she ran for hey lifo after :1I
asslalant. He was positively identi- Coast railway was augmented by thtf'addition Young Cheiser i is being defendJJby Dilubcrry had been slain. I
field child. of three new trains three members of the firm of :AleNamce "It wasn't James I
by the The little girl is | making now in front of
under the care of a physician at hor !i nine trains daily each way between Wilson and Koester, of Jack Rufus' car, but Rufus," she replied
home, and her condition is. reported as Miami and Jacksonivlle, according to sonville, appointed by the court uponChester's firmly.
serious with only a slight chance for ,;J. I). Ingruham, district passenger plea of insolvency being Mrs. Dilaberry said that her late
recovery. Sentiment was high, follow-i agent in Jacksonville. This will pro. granted. husband and her brother Rufus hud.
ing-disclosure of the attack, and mob 'I vide a greater number of trains dur Green Cove Springs, Nov. 5.-The had wo-di some time prior to the killIng /1'
violence was threatened. Scores of' ing the month of November this year state rested its case at 2:50 o'clock because nut s too!: the Diluberry
persons were searching for McMillan than were scheduled during hte heightof this afternoon in the trial of Rufus 'car to Pulatka without permission.She .
when he was arrested and rushed to I[, the tourist season last year and to Chesser, 17.yeariold double murder! of said that angry words had passed
the'' jail.! Parents of the child swore I date the largest number of daily passenger Laurie Dilaberry. The youth also is betwee.i them, hut that! they hud not O1L1I1 .
out a warrant against him, but he fled trains to be operated over the charged with killing his sweetheart, 'come to blows. t'
the'vicinity, it Is said, and was not Florida East Coast railway. Sally Boyles, at the same time. On cross-examination, she said that
cated until several hours later. 10I'I'' The defense was allowed an hour. in her brother and Sally Boyles had been
St. AUll'1Jstine-Frank B. Kemlriclc.-- which to call witnesses and Mrnfa<,,. sweet'icnrts from the time Rufus Inv
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21, of :Mayfield. Ga., was almost instantly ; i gie L. Oiesser, mother of the youth, seriously ill seven years ago, 8uffd;.
Penetrates Through killed when a tractor turned was the first to take the stand. ing from typhoid-pneumonia., She recalled -
over on him nine miles north of St. Mrs. Chesser testified that her son a "tali-merit made to her by the
v- Augustine on the highway today. Ken- had boon subject to "spells" as the dead yirl in the boy's presence that
the Skin Clear drick was an employe of the state road result of an attack of fever when he "she km." Rufus' whole life was tied
department forces at work on state was 11 years old. Her testimony was up In her" (Sally.) _
to the Bone road number four. The tractor was interrupted by questioning by counsel ,I Jury Empanelled.Mrs. : ..
said to have been pulling a heavy for both sides, Dilaberry took the stand at _ __ _
dump cart loaded with dirt when the Under cross-examination by the I I 4:10: o'clock yesterday afternoon. The ; ,.,Sic ; -
:(Liniment Called Mexican tractor overturned. state she admitted that young Ches- state finally accepted the jury at 3:115:: _s. Csepe '4

Mustang has Strange Power I, ser had never had a "spell" exceptn I o'clock, t>'n minutes after the defense
Boyette-Modestly:. tucked away beneath his home or in the homes of relatives. -I had tenth red the panel. Come In and try the seatIng They have made the Bet
7A lame hack. n atrulnmi muscle or ach- their protecting green leaf-work, She al.io testified that he had I' :Most of them are residents of this space in the Defter ter Buick more roomy
lug Joint" will atop palnlnn and become the first strawberry blossoms of the been graduated from grammar school southern tcction of Clay county. Tho Buick. Therekmoreouit than other cars of even
Umber and natural If >ou will apply a season are appearing in the fields and during his school years had never principal in the case are from Mid added head room- longer wheel base.
M llstleofthacold-fsshlonedllInwnt Mexican .h..tDnlr DruKKlnti known and which dot the country-side in this vi- dleburg, north of Green Cove Springs added leg: room -added
other authorities agree that Its great cinity. Indications now are that it ,about 17 miles. width in teat for both It i II a full-sized, man-sized
power to relIeve pain in duo to Its tnaglral will be unusually late this season be- Backache Is a Warning! The defense appeared e'ated when driver and car, for grown-up people
penetrating la>>ni artlon-It of the akin goes without throunh burning tltao..r fore the brush of Dame Nature has Mrs. Diluberry said her brother hada passengers. to ride in, without' being
its brilliant crimson the wild look out of his eyes the night Buick engineer* have discovered
or ft traco of hunter right to the sure spot spread upon How .Ilueeted in.
It IK not like: the tmarttntf,, strong flesh of this most delicious fruit. Starke Folk Herd are Learning It. to of the killing and that he was subject new ways to In.

burning. mixtures No mattw usually if all known other outside aa llnlrnenta. to peculiar "mad" and crying spells, crease interior space. Come in and try Itl! I
..Application hat" failed, you will not be Daytona-:Mrs.. Carrie Clarke, late Are you miserable with an aching without (riving explanation for any of H
dluppolntiti "1th :Moxlran MustangLinImentit of Benton Harbor, Michigan/ met Instant back? Do you fret up lame and stiff; them. The defense counsel, McN'am, BUICK MOTOR COM'ANY FLINTMICI(lOAN
and .il-o heals valuable cuts burn and death this afternoon when she drag! through the Hay feeling tired Wilson and Koeiter, of Jacksonville, Division of Qtntral Motors CorporationDtlltr
ore ao rn&kea a remedy to I
(have In the home at all time All drug- was thrown from an automobile driven weak and depressed? Then you should are basing( their defense on a legal in. II I
,rhiBa and wholesaler sell Mustang Liniment by her husband, A. W. Clark, when it help your kidneys. Backache is often sanity theory. Buick Six Cylinder Val..I".".,"" motor tan :
or can get fof you. the first sign of failing. kidneys. Urinary ....... In price from 91121 to 4199S. I. a. b. Bulikfactoritt. .
collided with a truck at Vermont and troubles! quickly follow. Neglected ( Continued on page/ 8.) .
the IJMtck ,
Among ami closed mndttt
open
rangBgmmKDCoMmoMMmmg Atlantic avenues Daytona Beach. there's danger of gravel!, dropay there, If one thai will mesS your desire exactly.
or fatal Knght's disease.. Don't wait
COFFINS & CASKETS Hollywood-Lester Fr. Cuneo, mo. for sorinus kidney sickness f Us
tion picture actor and director, died Doan's Pills a stimulant diuretic to
And a Fall Lin of last night' of a pistol wound pollceu id the kidney., before, it is too late. This Henry Clews & Co Me..BeHerBUICK
Vndrtakrt' Supplies i Ftarke resident tells an experience: I
) with
was self inflicted after a quarrel
W. E. Daugrherty, minister. Cherry ,
his wife, who last Friday filed suit St., says: "I nuffrred from terrible) .7. 9. II I BKOADWAY Ground Floor 0-11.1.
AUTOMOBILE HEARSE for divorce headache It was difficult to get '
New York .
City,
hauL Tk. beet _
Alwaj on around and I couldn't work much in
vie, at the lowest prices 8p.- Pensacola-F. J. Tootle (cq,) sailor my !garden with the terrible paine In Order. executed: for 1''
da] attention &e telegraph or- of New Orleans, was killed and my back. The kidney secretions passed LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ.
din. B...tu.-ll BmbaJnur.DcWITT Joe Shockley, of Lousiana, also a sailor too often. I used Duane Pills and STOCKS BONDSand
was seriously injured near here was cured of the attack." M. Smith M.n*..r.
Price /flOc, at all dealers. Don't
C. JONES today in an automobile accident. An- simply ask for a kidney remedy-get advance made thereonCorrespondence Baker, Bradford Columbia and Union Countie
other sailor whose name could not be
I'oftna Pills -- the same that Mr. Solicited
STARKE, FLA ascertained, was badly hurt, but will, Iiaagherty had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
recover attending physicians say. | Mfrs.. Buffalo. N. Y.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TFLE GRAPH. STARKE. FLORID FRIDAY. NOVEMBER: 13. 192'>
f PAGE FOUR: _
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PI I MtntlMMIIIMChurch r .... t the outskirts of the I 'iII flag I
W,.. G. W. Roberts.Mrs. i and had gone to Rochelle: to pas
r r1'ltonCK Blanchard and daughter; that station. Walker, of Vero, was the driver of
t : A. M. senger train No. 10 at ;
11 11.j Miss Arthurine, and Mr. and Mrs B. Services He was returning when he met the : the other car. Officers who were called !
II"I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII to the scene of the accident sad
L. Blanchard were visitors to Melrose freight which had started forward. ,I
that they could not learn how the
Kndiy. The two engines came r,rther on a accident -

}[r. and Mrs. Albert Jennings, of i II :curve. Neither of the two engines left occurred. The body of Re".
Pounds was taken to Fort Fierce.
.j Plant City visited relatives here the the track,although the tenders of both
.METHODIST I turned over and a freight car)
week.
first of the .. i I were which Miami-Justifiable homicide" was
J. T. Moore were transacting was smashed to bits. The engine
J. H. and
School at 10:00: a. m.
Sunday i had been the verdict of the coroner's jury in
driving
been
Tuesday. Cameron had
Jacksonville
2H anti 109I business in Morning worship and installation the against J. Hearn
Harry
of forward it. It case 1 H
Mrs E. S. Matthews, thrown in to stop
lion and '
I .... visitors here Monday. I of officers of the Epworth League broke loose from the tender and startLed year old Atlanta boy charged with
Starke, were
11:00
that have been recently elected ; killing his landlord, J. D. Timberlako..
r '' Rochelle
toward
with track :
Commi .ioner L. H. Hill met 'i down the
2020TII CENTURY: cl.m ut all turns while such car is on any'''I' board in Starke Monday. ,a. m. without man on it. The feed line was in Miami yesterday, by hitting him >-i
the
it indsunrise. county Epworth League, SundRY evening. the head with a rock: during !
between a fight
street of the town sunset locomotive
and the
11Il tSI>.\\ EVENINGMr Mrs. A. L. Taylor of Wauchula was 6:45 broken, however,
i i
." p. m.Evening | reached following Timberlake's order to Hearnto
before it
,
here Saturday. out of steam
the of friends [gave
guest
I I'I
L. Bca-lc enter There is also law I informed worship 7:30 p. m. move out immediately because ho
and Mrs O a state am of Jacksonville, Rochelle, preventing another possible
:Miss Bessie Terry, :
..
tained the 20th Century Bridge Club regarding dimmers that must I'I I the week-end here at the'I Prayer meeting Wednesday eve-,!wreck! The tracks were cleared about was playing a saxophne. The jury deliberated
their hospitable, be used all road streets when spent fining 7i30: p. m. I Ii I' only three minutes. Hear'
Thursday evening at on or :home of her parents, Mrs. and Mrs I i I I It 14 o'clock this afternoon. The body
home on N. Walnut St. j I one car is meeting another car. '' of Cameron was sent to Ocala for was immediately released from ja I I.Hearn I.
T. JI Terry.R.
At the conclusion: of several rubbers C. L. Peek Mayor.Mr. R. Thede was in Starke Tuesdayon .! PRESBYTERIAN 'burial this afternoon. claimed self defense and sa I
of bridge, the first prize, which proved I business. | Rev. H. A. Tucker, D. D. Minister. Timberlake attacked him. tie was corroborated -
and Mrs Herbert C. Ritch left
hand-embroidered linen towel, by witnesses.
I I .", was to be presented a to Mrs. G. M. Inman fork | ''ednesday morning for a two w<>ck+ 1 Julius Dingfelder of the C. I. and The serveices of this church are as I j I Vero-Rev. John E. Pounds, of

her clever playinif. E. L. Bigg also, trip down the East Coast, their first M. Dingfelder Commission House of follows: Hiram, Ohio, was killed this morning, Lakeland-Contract awarded at $]4-
made high and was presented with a III stop being at St. Augustine, then to j i New York City arrived here :Monday.: I I Sunday School at 10 o'clock A. M.1'when the automobile which he was >17, for constructing addition to po-t
k i Pompano where they will visit Mr. I I After spending a few days here he ,i Preaching Services at 11 o'clock: driving collided with another car on office.
.
Rhodes and (will leave for South Florida where he
Ritch's Walton
slater, Mrs John ; A. M. and 7iU1.: ; .. -
I I111rs. Before returning home they will visit will spend the winter. While here he !'
,
Rhodes was consoled with a tea, Prayer Meeting at 7:30 P. M. ,
s towel and Mr. Hoover with a box of I Miami.At ,:, was Blanchard.the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. I I Wednesday. ,Ij

k t handkerchiefs I A cordial invitation :s extended to''
f' The hostess served delicious chicken j the last meeting of the city ; U M. Baker,his of Miami, spent Sunday j(the public to attend the above set ':
here with family. |
: slid, pickles, sandwiches devil' food j I council it was ordered that the service I 1, J. E. Goodfellow came home fromI vices. i iI ,
cake, hot chocolate and cream. Divinity of the special police at the sThool first of the week and I i
card, grounds be continued until further I Lakeland the ST. MARK'S
candy was served on the with his family. -j-1 ,
spent a few days
notice. Several reckless drivers have
tables throughout the fame. Autumn 1
and been fined for their driving on the W. E. Torode met with the county St. Mark's Episcopal chunh: Sunday -
flowers were uaed for decoration
Ktreet so near the school.LAWTET board of bond trustees in Starke TuosUay. services at 11:00 a. m. I
;< 1 favors. I t ,
t The included Mr. and Mrs J. i ii i
truest Catherine BAPTIST CHURCH: NOTES
:' I A. M. Blanchard and daughter i *BQ6
B. L. Blanchard and daugh!i
.!I Eawaey, Nov.. 12.-Mils pear Ta- !I| ter, Helen and motored to Gainesville Sunday .. i] Sunday Nov. 8, 1925. Sunday aM
'niu, of DeLand, was a week-end visi. afternoon. 1 I school, 10:00: a. m.; Morning service,
oil F. L. Turner and Mrs Ralph E. Rhodesof .tor here at the home of her sister i: Benjamin Hannan returned hen.111:00: ; Sermon: "An Every-Member Adams ,, ee I
Tallahassee. !i i Church." ? II I I I Won Fame '

f,, I B. Y. P. U., 6CO::: p. m.; Evening i!
P MRS. CORPENING I service, 7:30: p. m.; Sermon: "Seeing I + "
'r l ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE As FinancierJohn
'0 the Invisible. 7 a I I3t
i .,i 1 I
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7.30
p.
> Tuesday afternoon Mrs. J E. Corp-
: I I m. A cordial welcome extended to all. Adams second president ot the
enirnf entertained at bridge at her We
home on N. Walnut St. Bowls and I Ir Do Not Employ "Bird Dogs"The 14 United Suites woo fame as a financier '
Saturday after a two weeVs trip up
vases of gorgeous yellow chrysanthe- north.A when be borrowed $2,000,000 from Hoi* t
mus were used to make the rooms '
I large number from Lawtey have land.
i more attractive, and salted nuts were ,:
been attendance at the fall term of f
\ ;. 'placed on each' of the five tables. in He was a firm believer in banking.
: Mrs. Herbert C. ,Jiitch won the first circuit court in Starke.J. .
prize, a vanity eaW\ while Mrs. W. Starke Realty Board, while urging the very substantial H. Moore sold his large farm in Every man who hopes to be a success "ittf

t i r M. Wainwright made low and receiveda value of property here, and advise the purchase East Lawtey last week. Mr. Moore I la life bas 4 bank account
I E.
the M.
recently purchased former
novelty bottle of perfume.Mrs. of well-selected! real estate, do not solicit strangers parsonage in town, where he will Make up your mind to place a certain

'. ,' I I, with .hot Corpemng chocolate.served a salad course I on the streets or in Starke, and we do not make uninvited move as soon as the new parsonageis h amount of your business profits or Income 14

I \ finished, which will be In a few In the bank.
visitors.
Those enjoying the afternoon were calls on our city days.

Mesdames J. M. Mitchell, Herbert c.1 We l Invite an Inspection of our banking

Ritch, A. W. Anderson, O. L. Beasley) Gainesville A. Carmeron engineer methods.Bradford.
R. E. Rhodes, F. L. Turner, Mamie Banks and established business men will tell you of Ocala, was instantly killed M

it'IU Carrie, T. D. Clark, of Miami; J. F. : that it is safer to choose your broker, and not be chosenby and Will Louis, negro fireman, was

Kickliter, Jr., A. S. Crew E. L. some stranger who accosts you; or be introduced injured, probably seriously today
Biggs, J. W. Andrews, Jr., R. J. Davis, when the two enginess of a doubl.
I' E. M. Johns, G. M.I Inamn, W. M. through a "bird dog" hired to scent out people with header extra freight train on the At- Bank

Wainwright, F. C. Hoover. i ij. funds. lantic Coast Line crashed about five County

f, miles below here near Alachua sink at
j.111 LOVELY PRTYon MISS Persimmon Point. Cameron, drivingthe Brad ford County's Financial Stronghold

,I \ 1 HARRIET RITCH Any banker or established business man will tell I forward engine, had left the train Established 1889 STARKE FLA.

1y 1 Friday evening, at their home onT you that practically without exception, those who accost --

Temple Avenue, Mr. and Mrs. James strangers or follow other similar annoying practices I-
i ( Hamilton Ritch gave a lovely par'y i
'., "' are practically never well-informed concerning
for the pleasure of their
I I, ""I: Miss Harriet, and her daughter'l) values, nor do they have representative listings of Ii

) I,.p The charming young I property, and they are usually not safe to deal with.If .
i
'f'a girlish frock of !green chiffon over ,
OPENING
.
q satin, finished; with hand-made pink ,,

} I you plan to invest, take your time. Do not be
Ilan.
'I I
{ rushed. Be sure have selected a reliable broker.A I
you \
tertaining by her mother, Mrs. Ritch, i ij
j, and Miss Virginia Weeks, who was /
'f$.: gowned in a lovely blue chiffon over I BUSINESS COLLEGE
reliable sign-post to professional advice is to look
a satin slip, with which she wore I
"t."I', : \ American beauty roses for a "Realtor." That designation can only be used by

ai'i A profusion of pink and white roses I members of the local real estate board. As a member,

I l were used in decorating the rooms, he is bound to conduct his business in compliance with
ij and the pink and white color note was
J used in all the details of this pretty I IJ the code of ethics adopted.INVESTIGATE X
j Georgia-Carolina
.1 party. I !
l l A little booklet and pencil was given
1 each guest, the booklets contain. BEFORE YOU INVEST i
'
"1' ing pictures of slogans for ''

ing certain articles: and the i COMMERCE
SCHOOL OF
.'I' girl giving the largest advertis'I''I' ,
rect answers as to what I Ii
I advertised I
t I received prizes. Among
!
the irirls. Miss Hazel Mlddleton gave I Starke Board : Will OpenI'
I the largest number of correct answers I Realty
and as a prize received an incense jar. I
Frank Carpenter was the fortunate
I winner among the boys and receiveda I
box of handkerchiefs. :Miss Elizabeth
( i Nov. J6th
Kendrick and Joe Sistrunk were Monday
t .. ..
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given lolly-pop dulls as booby prizes. -
,
A dainty. ice course of pink and .
= ..,
white ice cream and cake was served,

and on each plate was placed a pink ,,"\
and white butterfly bearing the dates ll \

; ner 1909.1925 announcement, and in this was made charming of the man.ilx I QualitySteaks j On the Second Floor of Post Office Building

'1 teenth birthday of Miss Harriet Ritch. I
4' t The guests included Misses Elise

: Jones Elizabeth Hazel Andrews Mlddleton. .':Mary, Florence Canova, Vir.and I 1 Day School Students Report at 9 A. M. I

ginia Weeks, .Lucille :Mitchell Grace I
1..: Wood, Elizabeth '
Kendrick. Lucille'

Bennett Johns, Fredricka Ruth Sternbery Struth,,Eva Gussie Leatherwood Mae. 'i A good piece of and Night School Students at 7:30: P. M.

Thelma Brown; ;Messrs. Comet
Long, Joseph Thomas, James William I steak is always

'ti I Brownlee Middleton Joseph Eugene!Malpas Matthews Owen Gerald Gnf-' i in order. If you

fin, Julian ('a nova. Charles Darby For Courses of Study and Rates of Tuition

Frank Carpenter, Don Hoover One ir want a porter-


1 .t Wipgins berg Vsrez,,Wilbur Carlyle, Joe Sistrunk:Marnhburn.Ritch, Hamilton Sammy Newn Stera-pitch Al- house, sirloin, See F. W. West, Representative, at Mag-

t tI f S. T. Dell, Jr. and Fred Gunter, of flank round steak
t I club tenderloin or
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I' 1 Gainesville nolia Cafe Phone 33 or at the School

nAn s--.CntR: l- you will find we can meet your every ,


14;, .,' class Sunday taught school by the 10:00;pastor.a. m.; Baraca requirement, and the people of this Room in Post Office Bldg, Starke, Fla.


Y a \ "A Morning Warless worship World.11:00" a. m. Sermon community know that our market ,

1 ; ''II '" I t Senior B. Y. P. U. 6:30: (>>. m. Eve. stands for the best quality in meats
j DUK' vcrvide. 7i30 ;;
I p m. Prajtr meet. 1 Get the Training Employers Want Ion
i i[ cordially tut Wednesday1)invited.) 730 p. m.l 'All are of all kinds.

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1 -- to ,
Meat
Market
The city ordinance reads as '01.If. Variety
f I I ., *MHusJcws: : : "All motor cars shall be provided .

with two white headlights and one Phone 124, Starke
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I with hia family, who have been guests the close cl the study period there will Habitual Constipation Cured r
of Mrs. Bates' sister, Mrs. O. W. be a social half hour and the guest will I In 14 to 21 Days % Rllle I" a\
,
-LAX-FOS WITII PEPSIN":! Is MINUT. s I.
a specially-
White. :Mr. and left be entertained with music and refresh
I Bates family prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual! I h
Bits of LocalII1i0I'lllatloll: Monday morning. for Lake Worth, ments. Constipation.\ It relieves promptly and tc sITICIDw. t E EI

where they will spend the winter. l should be taken rrKulurly for 14 to 21 days o CT.
For thd past few weeks there has I.to Induce regulnr action. It Stimulates and I
Mr. and Sirs. Blackman and Mr\ been more traffic through our town Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take Goo Prom SITICIOI CO., C.mmtlro., C..
Cowan of the University of Florida, than unual. Since the en'bargo the 'I oar Mutts I I II II

Concerning Our People Business and spent Saturday as guests of fir. and South Florida automobile: dealers have
,
been sendinu to Jacksonville for their I
JMJ Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. :Mr. Blackmanis ;
Progret of the County and Town. pecan culturist in the college of ag cars. Every day there are now carsgoing

riculture.Mrs. i through< and all many us fifty- I
Send TELEGRAMS ....
two wen counted one day, all in a your by
t
J W. E. MUldleton. :Mrs. :May raw boated for Sarusotj.

WEATHER REPORT I H. L. Hough, naval stores operator, Jones and Miss Madire :Mlddleton mo- The POSTAL TELEGRAPHWe

[of Drunker, was a prominent visitor tored to Jacksonville Saturday and I
Nov.Nov. 6.5 77 71 68 58 TraceNov. .O O I to town Saturday. were week-end< "
| leton's brothers, R. C. and 'V. Q. Dow-
7 79 62 .00 I ate your support. Phone Postal No. 10. Next
I Attractive ling.
coats, ranging in price
Nov Nov. 0 8 69 82 8& .15 from $12.30 to C9.00 at Marguerite's A F""Tii"REVERY door to Mitchell's Drug Store.
M .00 I w
Shoppe. Messrs. G. M. Inman and J. L. Peek
Nov. 10 73 ISO .00 returned Friday from the Renltor W. D. Fender, Manager
Nov. 11 80 61 0
.0
Convention Lakeland. Both these I
Congressman R. A. Green was visiting in
Total rainfall
.15 Inch.A. .
his sister, Mrs. R. S. Johns in gentlemen are boosters. for thin section -

A. Edwards, of Brooker, was a Lake Butler last Friday afternoon and returned home with a renew d 1 I
visitor to town Satur !Jay afternoon.E. I determination to put Bradford County /
We are here to give you prompt in the limelight.

C. Long of Sumterville, was i in I service. Try the Postal Tele- I GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
town during last weekend graph. Four color lithoyraphed syrup label Probably treason
I printed with your name and comply itii one
Mrs. E. L. with the law full length and half for the &. RITCH
Mrs. A. M. Darby, of Gainesville,, Biggs and .Mrs. J. W.
was in town Saturday afternoon.Don't Andrews, Jr., spent Friday in Jack size, at the Telegraph office. popularity ofWRIGLEY'S REPRESENT THE REST LEADINGINSURANCE
sonville. U that Ito lasts COMPANIES: FIRE:,
Mrs. P. 31. Barefoot and children, long and returns such ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE
,
forget the Nyal 2 for 1 great dividends for so small
sale Thursday, Friday and Satur L. R. tiainey and P. A. Crosby, of i I Sara and Juanita, accompanied by her .n outlay. It keeps teeth BONUS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
day. Corpenins's Drug Store.M. Brooker, were visitors to town Wed sister Mrs.. R. T. Osteen. of Brooker, clean, breath sweet, ppetito MADE PROMPTLY
nesday. ( left Wednesday for Plant City, when keen, digestion good.Fresh' .

C. Stith was a business visitorto I they have gone: on account of the illness and full-flavored j
Jacksonville Monday. 1 Wedge wood Lawn Stationery, of their brother, J. L. Surrency.W. always la Ito waxwrappedpackage.

2 for 1 sale 75c at Corpening's.

C. A. Futch was attending to business A. Dubose, of Tampa, la spending :: We can charge your
in the metropolis Saturday.: :Maurice G. Lane-ford spent Sunday this week in Bradford and Union YES HKS
8 8
in Alachua with his mother, Mrs. AHso counties vlxiting relatives. :Mr. Du-
Lan rord.lis8 Kos is now a contractor in that hustling In
Send Storage
;your next wire by Postal : South Florida city and stated, s Battery aSmith's
Telegraph, Phone 10. rat
:\ Elise Jones and Hazel Middle- II that he has contracts on hand that will
ton spent the weekend in Gainesvillewith keep. him busy until spring.:
!Mrs. L. E. Moseley, of the State .
Farm, was in town Monday afternoon. Mrs A. :M. Darby. StFarak er
I :Mrs. Paul Duugherty. and little Garage i,:

Children's sweaters prices very Col. D. E. Knight spent last week I daughter, Louise, who have spent the \ ]

reasonable at :Marguerite's Shoppe.A. end in Burtow on professional business past two months here visiting, MrsMarv rENTAVORUOLJCOLUMN
: N. Bradshaw. and Mr. and :Mrs .
I W. E. Daucherty:: left last Friday for
A. Durden of Hampton, was a
Get flannel atSternberg's their home in Des Moines Iowa. They
outing
visitor here your
Monday.
and save money. were Lu accompanied as far as Jackson I J. R. DAVIS I &C0.INSURANCE .
vole Jay uaugneriy.
,
N. Sternberg spent Wednesday in F.I I oy I
Jacksonville.Mrs. Messrs. O. L. Haynes and F. WARNING' -People trespassing on
Stump were business visitors to F. A. Scott Is improving: the intl'r.1 any of my enclosed land, hunting
inole Park Thursday afternoon.E. Sem'l ior of his house on Temple Avenue, shooting, fishing or with dogs, will
D. E. Knight spent Tuesday in I the full of
making two complete apartments for be prosecuted to extent

Jacksonville. M. Thomas, of Rainbow Section I rent as well as ample room for their the law. Land lies north and south AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
fame, was attending to business mat home. II. L. Brown lee has recently and includes Alligator Creek. J.W. .
Miss Perla Whitten of Raiford
was
pre in Orlando the past week. I painted his residence, taken down Alvarez.
in town Friday afternoon.
fences and otherwise improved his STARKE FLA.
Mrs. Jack Howe and daughter,I' property. A number of other prop- WANTED-Pecan beaters, white or zb
Charles Darby, of Gainesville, was Elizabeth, of Lawtey, spent Saturday erty owners are planning improve colored, wages $2.60 per day. See II. f
in town the past week-end. afternoon here with friends.Mr. I meats. that will add to the looks of: L. Stevenson or J. S. Norman.ll6.2t. n

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the town.
Try Sternberg's for that next
Lawrence, of the Lawrence De. -
pair of shoes. velopment Company, Keystone Heights I The Orange and Black .Tea Room I Is FOR SALE-Good Kimball Piano. irMBiaiiiKrofffliniMffinBffliPiPffiiBfflCiPffliiHDiiiart! !

was a prominent visitor to town last enjoying a* liberal patronage from the Reas' noble Price. Apply Mrs. :M.
labels all kind and sizes at
Syrup ,
Friday. public. Last Sunday a special turkey Luck, State Farm, Ra-iford, Fla. It*
the Telegraph office. dinner was served at one o'clock, Wood Wanted

Mrs. John Shriver of Brooker, was Messrs. Davis and :Milam, of the I the menu consisting of roast turkey, FOR SALE-A bargain, one Jersey
:Midland Realty Company, Jacksonville and dressing, steamed rice creamed Cow and calf, one cow good stock, I
visitor to Monday afternoon.
a town ,
were transacting business here cauliflower, snap beans, cranberry jelly soon be in and two ((2)) heifers goo<|

NvDenta Tooth Paste, Regular the first of the week. I lettuce and tomato a .lad with may stock. W. S. Futch, Hampton, Fla. Ueginnlng October 1st., we will pay $6.00 per CordF.
onnaUe, hot biscuits and butter, desert .
50c. Sale price 2 for 50catCorpening's :Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, Sr., has returned brick ice cream and cake. O. n. Jacksonville for first class four foot lightwood .
Thursday, Friday, How Doctors Treat and four foot oak
from Riverside Hospital in suitable for retort purposes,

Saturday.R. I(I Jacksonville and is slowly recovering How about that suit of clothes! wood, $:;.00 per cord, F. O. II. Jacksonville
1 from a prolonged illness. See Nat Sternber Colds and the FluTo
R. Thede, of Lawtey, was in town
one day last week transacting busi Mrs. J. G. Godwin, and little son,I We purchase wood twelve months in the year and always endeavor
L. Wyman director of
of Miami Beach and Mrs. V. R. Reddish the govern-
ness. of Lawtey, were in town last ment experiment station here, baM break tip n cold oven's11': "f to give full measurements and make returns promptly.
presented the Bradford to cut short an attack of grippe, influenza When mall .. of bill of lading.
Friday afternoon. High School making shipments copy your
lari'.it toiiiiiLux.. /
Eugene Griffin of Jacksonville, I with sore o. /-
some thirty
mounted
specimensof ,
ucinns and d lrn'-ii;
:: ti lire "I'" i"tomincmUnic -
motored here Saturday on a business Messrs. T. N. Harris, G. H. Bennett trees, shrubs., grasses etc., gathered Calotabu, the purifii d and

trip. and children Gussie Mae, and in his research work for the govern refined cftloi.icl cirr.puu".J tell t that Florida Wood Products Co.
Stanley, spent Wednesday afternoon I ment. Thoy are for the use of classes given you the effect of calomel. .ono
Bring this add and 9 cents, at the Alachua county fair. and Mr. Wyman stated that he salts rombii"d. without tho unpleasant -
and get a .bowl of home-made I will huve nearly three hundred effects t'f ei'hcr. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
r' ape Ono or two Calotaba at lieu--Iroo: :
Chili .
at the American Lunch.S. cimens mounted
Mr. and classified
and :Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and this
with a *w"llow cf watp"-that'. all.
Courtney, Starke, Fla. !Mrs. H. :M. Snyder motored to Jack- winter. No salts, no nau ea n...- '1 h ih'] ** IOm gimflin / mIDmIDmmtsmmlllmtQmmON.

sonvile last Saturday and spent the lutorferencu with, your outing, uo::1.
Judge and :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, left Stationery .
day. ,,01' pleasure. Next mornln your coin I
Sunday for Fort Pierce and will spend ner goods eholdrmedicinev I, has vanished, your system Is thoroughly i I

ten days on the East Coast. Judge and :Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner all on at the 2 for 1 sale now purified and you are f,v'iln c
spent the week-end at Hastings with going on at C'orpening's. Two fine with a hearty appetite for brualk-:
Ladies dress shoes from $2.93 articles for the fast. Eat what you pl..aie,-no dan-
their children :Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and price of one. .
a pair up at Sternberg's.Mrs. I Mrs. W. S. Yelvington. rep Get
a family Mrknpo, containing
The reading. circle of the Metho- full directions, only 35 c"ntM. At anv .
I
Barney of Ostego, Michigan, Miss Iris Epperson, of the Florid'* dist Missionary\ Society will meet next II drug store. (adv)

is here on a visit with her mother, I State-; College. Women, Tallahassee. Monday afternoon at three o'clock at 1
Mrs. Avy Stilley.\ was in town during the week-end visiting the home of Mrs. J. H. Ritch
her parents, Sheriff and :Mrs. W. Missions In Janan and Korea will To Cur a Cold In On Umy
Evening dresses, exquisite materials J. Epperson. be the for !._. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: (T>bl ut *
study the afternoon .
.
with topi the Umilh and Hr dacli> md 'r 4 off thCold.
and alluring styles, at Marg Miss Amelia Ray as leader. After i: E W CKOVES HmMlura on rack bee ear
uerite's Shopji. Chrysanthemums for sale by AW
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright.

:Mrs. A. P. Hoffman has been visit- -
ing relatives in Tampa and St. Peters Miss Beatrice Bullen; of Norman Bayer AspirinProved

burg for the past two weeks. Park College, Norman: Park, Ga., PAINTINGFinished l
the week-end here with
spent her
r Ij\\. Milton Brownlees, Jr., had the misfortune mother, :Mrs. J. J. Bullen. contract painter, will alga do
I,
,I of breaking nil arm Mondayat repair work In connection with paint SafeTake ConstantDanger
school, while playing football. :Miss Rosa Leviton who has beenIn ing. I ,
Valdosta, Ga., for the past two'I

Starke Growers Association will months taking a business course, returned All work satisfactorily guaranteed.

meet at the court house, Saturday, home last week. without Fear as Toldin '

N v. 14, at 3 p. m. I. J. J. Hall !
Cotton blankets! only 98c at "Bayer" Package
No delay, just phone or briny Stern berg's.
your messoge to the Postal Telegraph STARKE. FLORIDA

Next Mitchell's.: :Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Clack and son, : :
Merton, motored Sunday to Orange ---- '... '.;:; /c..l\t\ Yesteryear the Puritan faced lurking clingers al every turn.

J. H. Ritch and family spen t the Park and Green Cove Springs, where Their homes, their poaacuioni and even their very live were in

i weR k-t I ; pen
I' tfVt, a J rMen's .' Clark.W. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablitt ram '
tIIe...__ Taw I l..dr. ._"BnI_QeisMs. Tpoay, hundreds of yean later-.-new danger seek to destroyyour

;: r.' .. suits! with 2 pair trous- T. Fincher, the real estate man, Eo W.GROVE'S (lawm lID....... Tea happiness, your home your money-_.everything thai is youri.Every .
Is the Heights
\ selW$20.00 at Sternbeig'sMrs. representing Keystone
section in Starke, and he is kept busy edition of this newspaper tell where thrive in the night
t : : E. R. )Marshburn of the Statef with his plat of that famous lake sec-
broke snd about
," ; in dole, aged people/ reduced to privation, because
I I'arm, was a visitor to town last. Frig Jon.
j'' day afternoon. American Lunch Does not affect they failed to lave when they had it. Other have had their life

Misses Ethel Griffin, Marguerite earning* wiped out by unwise inveitmenli.
Nylotis Face Powder regular Shriver and Cora Calhoun returned is the place to eat Dinners, the Heart

50('. 2 for SOc during the 2 for 1 Saturday afternoon from a short Short Orders, Sand witches, Un I... I This bank i is your prot..ction..krepin your valuable in its sled

sale at Corpening's, ... ,-Drug Store. visit in Jacksonville with Mr. and Home made pies, Drinks, packer or yow on we tablets the "Bayer you are Cross"not get on I vault----protecting your tavingi from theive and guarding you

Mid W. J. Griffin. Cigars, Tobaccos, Confections : ting tb. genuine Brr Aspirin proved against unwise investments by giving,dxpert advice.
Hollis Knight, of the University of and Grocers. safe by millions and prewnbed by s
Florida>p.nt the week-end here w th Spend a small fraction of your canto physicians over twtntrOvtars for I
home fol\*.' J., i( '.r 't and pUt a label on your syrup S. Co.rtn.yTks olds TTeadacb
that will make 'It sell rapidly. Tele- Neuritis LumtmgnTnxtbacl.e BANK OF STARKEThe

Walter Wills, of Tampa, spent graph office. Rheumatism
part of last week transactingbusi. Neuralgia> Pun, I'm/a Bank of Helpful Service li

ness here. You can't go wrong If you shopat htete nat o..e Not Affect T Hc4g.r. Each unbroken "Bayer" pcka.. conin -
Sternberg's. ._ of ha took and .lae.dv..abet. LAXA proven direction. Handy buzae of WE PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS j
Everwear silk hose 79c to TIVE BROMO QUININE Ta..M.> eaa lie ukra twelve| ubltts cost few mat*. Drug-

$2.75 a pair at Sternberg's. G. C. Bates Spent the weekend here 110 by the aQyoo...... C.*".GkOVISsa:"......'-.; (.iits alw Mil bottles of 24 ud 100. .

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY..TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER: 13, 1925:

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J HOME DEMONSTRATION ,


Farmers and FarmingFARMERS I' S e. AGENTS'e. e REPORTS e e e e. -i'i ii Ideal Fertilizers High st

I Lee-Two clubs began their bread I
I making work this week. A junior county -
QualityIDEAL
council was organized and officers _
'for the year were elected. I \

AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE I Nassau-A canning demonstration BRANDS have led the State for thirty years. Order early and

'. ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND ,i was lahan.given to the woman's club at Cal- avoid delays caused by congested freight conditions.
TO OUR COUNTY
TO BE BEST SUITED
!
I Jackson-The boys in the Alford Service Organization Available to Vegetable Growets
1I' I school are planning to improve their!

school grounds. WE OFFER to the vegetable growers of Florida, through our subsidiary,
SPENDING MONEY WISELY or nitrate of soda and bone meal or
f. DOES NOT NECESSARILYMEAN acid phosphate. Deficient fertilizer Taylor-Gave a millinery demon- Florida Agricultural Supply Company, the services of Dr. M. D. Leonard,

: DENYING OURSELVES ingredients could be added directly to I stration Monday. Six women made an Entomologist and Plant Pathologist of high repute.IF .
I',. hats, the cost of each running froi
tobacco dust and all applied to 40c $3.FascoTaught. TROUBLES arise in the field tell about
Tha other day I visited; a fellow far- the to us them and we will give you

mer in an adjoining county and happened gether. I basketry at the the most up-to-date method of control.

to be at his house at mel time. Fertilizer' dealers should be capableof ,' New Port Richey club meeting this

1 I r Of course I was invited to have din- compounding any desired mixture week. OUR PRICE LIST NO. 29 will be sent upon request.

..: ner, so I sat down to the table with with the amount of dust above indicated I Polk-Continued club, enrollmentand
I the family. The man is a prosperous as the base. find/everywhere great Interest.
farmer and probably one of the richest maority of the girls are enrolled Wilson-Toomer

\ thing was that the family did not work.OrangeI;

: If f even have enough silverware and Carpet grass-for permanent pas- I have held seven meetings Manufacturers of Weal Fertilizers JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
,
china to set a complete table. Ym, with the junior clubs this week. The
ture is all things considered,
,y\ I'll grant that it is an almost unbe- purposes girls are starting their work with
of Florida's best ,
one
grasses espec-
lievable statement, but it Is the absolute ( great enthusiasm since Club Enrollment -
ially for moist sandy lands, says W. -
truth.
Week. .
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J r Ever since I have been big enough: cialist E. Stokes of the grass Florida and forage Experiment crops Sta spe- i Gadsdlm-Plans have been made this Davenport-Atlantic Coast Line, Lakeland-Building -permits-- -for---.,- ----- -----
II tion state of 1928 for the
to remember I have always thoughtof prison con
", tion. The seed can be bought from week for holding the county contest Railroad to construct new passenger first 15 days of October, totaled$417-
farm families having plenty to eat, Mr. Hunter stated before
leav-
nearly any seed house of the South at :on December 12. All club member station here. 275. I gress.
and plenty of dishes. But it is a surprising a reasonable price and will come up :''are eager'to qualify for the contest. .I I 1- I ing that ho was particularly interested
fact that some farm families We are meeting with hearty Lake Worth-City will drill two 18 Tampa Four
when planted any month In the year i cooperation new apartments in the presentation of the industrial
I :y even in this periud of prosperity lack in Florida, provided the ground I I''* In the matter of exhibits for the inch wells on 20-acre tract south of will be erected in Temple Terrace. ends of the congress, which has always
o-1, some of the essential of the well State Fair at Jacksonville November high school I
equipped home. ,moist. This makes it possible, so far | building.Jackeonv911ePlans: featured conventions of that organization -
getting seed to to plant 119-28. SarJsota-Plans: being' drawn for in
as come up ,j previous years.
t It seems to me that the farmers any time the land can be made ready. I Marlon-Visited the school at Cand completed for erection of two new apartment house,

n! for should spending have some our kind of definite plan We Five to 10 pounds of seed per acre 'ler and planned to put on a healthprogram new ten-story addition to Hotel Mason., i i costing $750,000. I Hawthorne Seaboard Air Line

crop money. sowed broadcast and covered l lightly with the assistance of the '., I' 'I engine and an Atlantic Coast Line engine -
should of course plan to deposit some \ teacher, who has already started health Jacksonville-Northeast corner of Tampa-Local capitalists;; ; planning
of it In the bunk and aavlngs account will give a good stand of plants, which were wrecked shortly before noon,
a work. The children, 100 per cent Magnolia Avenue and Platt Street purchased immediate development of 1,500 acres here, in collision.
near sideswipe
and not spend all we make. However will soon spread and completely cover by local interests for $300,000. I here a
five
I strong, have kept the health score card property near including :
Misinterpreted signals
f!. we should make arrangements the ground, provided fire is kept i< islands at St. Augustine. apparently
i which I the teacher when school
I
k to have some of the finer things of out and the area is grazed or mowed :''started.I gave Tampa-R. W. Wackerman and causing" the wreck, railroad men said.

.' life which every civilized family is to keep down weeds and quick-grow-i Company to erect new $200,000 structure I! Tampa-Plans completed for wide Both were freight engines, no one was
J. entitled to. log, tall, shading grasses until the |'I I Dado-The local leader o tone clubIs at Pierce and Lafayette Streets. ening State roads Nos. 2 ar.d 5, from injured. Traffic, it was said, would

Not only should we have good sil- carpet grass gets establihed. The an advanced club girl. She says that here to Georgia state line. be held up ten hours or more.
}, verware and plenty of dishes, but we more carpet grass is grazed the bet- ''she can hardly wait from one meetingto Clearwater-Post office building to I / --
should ter it does. It never gets tough and the other to meet her girls. be enlarged. Fort Pierce-Twelve persons were
also
provide' some of the ..
com Santa Rosa-Local business houses. : injured, when south- I WRITE FOR STATE FAIR
forts of unpalatable. Try some. Ask your I IaM't'nt none seriously, a
i life for our families, particularly Brooksville-White lighting '
responded well for for way bound Florida East Coast PREMIUM LIST
for particulars. requests prizesin passenger
our wives and daughters. The I be installed.
system to
II work.FLORIDA I train and
contest I a freight train collided head-
'" women. do a surprising amount of I Jacksonville, Fla-Prizes totalling
r on-three-quarters of mife above In-
I p; work in the old fashioned kitchens ant MARION COUNTY ;MOTOR. Pensacola-Plans announced for 1 a approximately $25.000 In cash, ol
e e. e. e. e e e eS constructing new hotel and drio, near here, this morning.
t 1, we should l try to make thin work alight *I I''< CADE TO BIIOOKSVILLE: developing -s which $12,000 is offered for livestock
A* for them as possible. WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL large tract land across bay, op- {, entries, are listed In the 8th annual
_ And In addition, we should have I REVIEW posite thin. city. I j Tallahassee-Charles W. Hunter premium list of the Florida State FaIr,
A of about ( I
group 20 farmers of the and J. S. Blitch, the former supervisorof
: some good I. which will be held here from
Nbvem.
reading matter for .
our Summerfield and Lowell communities e e e e. eS e e e. St. Cloud-New
1 sewer system to the board of commissioners of state
I IlIilton'olHliondlIar 28.
children, our wives and. ourselves. A ber 19 to
in :Marion county made motorcade : be installed at of institutions
a hotel plannedfor cost $250,000.PalmettoConstruction and the latter superintendent -
Various
certain difinite prizes are offered for
sum, nut less than the
say 1 I Thursday, November 1 5, to Brooksville Santa Rosa waterfront. of the state prison farm, have
I $20 a year, should be spent for farm I work on I winners In the departments of agriculture -
to study the dairy there. The I
[ industry gone to Jackson, Miss., where they
ri! papers, newspapers, magazines and'I trip was under the supervision of I Tampa-Work on proposed new aviation new $350,000 hotel to get under way will attend the annual convention of ciJ le, swine. boys' and girls'
t work,
books. club poultry home demonstration
We are cheating not only our- County Agent Clifford R. Hiatt and filed to get under way soon. shortly. the American Prison Congress. Both
selves but also our families when we 1 I r and many other classes, and a
1'1' II. -L. Brown, extension dairyman I Tallahassee :Mr. Hunter and Mr. Bltlch expect to
of the
.w fail to provide this. Stuart-State road department approves -Tentative plans underway I copy premium lists will be mall'
.! Spending the crop money wisely from Gainesville. E. :M. Nix, development erection of two arches 'over for constructing $100,000 domi- remain throughout the session. They ed to anyone Interested upon application .

might well be the subject of considerable agent of the Seaboard, and a j Dixie highway north and south of tory at Florida State College for Women will also bring great pressure to bearto to R. M. Strlplln, secretary, P. 0
t. thought representative of Southland Cream here. get Florida named as the conven- Box 883. Jacksonville, Florida.
on our parts. It is often
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I ery at Ocala, also made tho trip with
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it:\ better to spend wisely than to not
the farmers. White
Coral Gables-New $500,00 theatre Haven-Building permits for I
all.TOBACCO .
I'I '( spend at 1 While In the neighborhood l of proposed for this place. first 13 days of October, totaled $136- '

\\ ;:, Brooksville and Hernundo county these 000. .
( DUST WILL Send TELEGRAMS .
DeLand New York to your by ---
capitalist
r farmers I
studied
methods
FERTILIZE LAWNS AND production erect 50 new dwellings here. Winter Haven-New tourist
campto
: A'; CONTROL CHINCH HUGS. (practiced by dairymen there, particularly be established near Eloise station. I The POSTAL TELEGRAPH
)t' / feeding methods, pasture grasses, Clermont-New potato chip factory
Cheap tobacco dust, applied as a silos and silage crops, and other thingsof opened. Greensboro-Several carloads -
,
'I l' ) fertilizer to lawns of St. Augustine interest. in dairying. land potatoes shipped from here corn re- I' We will give you quick service, and appreciate -

;}: grills, will also control, chinch bugs, a A number of farmers around Brooks Oviedo-New street lighting system cently. your support. Phone Postal No. 10. Next
\ serious pest of lawns. Several liberalapplications ville have fall oats sowed for winter installed. I

f per year should be made.' grazing, and many also have excellent Winter I'ark-250 miles 18-foot cur Palatka-Constructlon started on door to Mitchell's Drug Store.

': f Suitable tobacco dust, such as it frequently permanent pastures, which were new $500,000 bridge across St. Johns
i used in mixing commercial studied by the Marion county men. faced roads will be constructed in River. W. D. Pender, Manager
# t! Orange county at cost of $3,000,000.;
fertilizers, may be obtained from Brooksville dairymen buy feeds in Lakeland-City ;vote on $450,000
fertilizer dealers. This remedy has carload lots cooperatively and save Tampa-Plans being considered for school bond issue. .

been satisfactorily employed during money and the Marlon county dairyman extending Water avenue to :'oIemorialHighway. J
the past several years by Dr. E. W. are hoping to inaugurate a slmIIl1r Scbring-30-ton ice factory plan-
Berger entomologist of the State plan in their communities. ned for this place.
"Could
r ii Plant Board, and ethers. --- Wauchula-White way lighting system Better Fertilizer Be Made?
II
Dr. Berger says that approximately being installed. Bradenton-Annroxlmutplv 12 miles
1,000( pounds has been hard-surface roads will be constructed
the
rate of each application.per acre If the Perfectly Comprehensible.The I '-Knights of Pythias plan. In Sugar bowl district of Manatee I We Would Make It"

presence of chinch bugs has already following spwcli was made byt I ning to erect new four-story building. county.:

l resulted in brown areas in the lawn, lawyer on behalf of his client whose Winter Park-Building construction Clermont-Contsruction SIMON PURE AND GEM BRANDS
begun on
j \ it I h recommended that a heavier application eon had been killed by a train : "If begun In new Charmont sub-division. new road to Orlando.RELIEF Time Tried and Crop Tested"
of the dust be made for a foot the train had been run ni It shod l]] have I Sept. 1st 1925 New PRICE LIST of Regular! Brands Just Issu d. Get
or two been ran, or If the bell had beta rungas Bartow-55 white lights will before
I around and beyond the edgesof way same placing your order. Send orders now for FALL requirements
such areas It should have' been! rang, or If the I be installed in New County Club :-d- save delays and be ready when Fertilizer Is needed. QUALITY first FAIR
whistle hnd been blown as It should dition.
I If it is desirable to give the lawna I have been blew Null of which 'hey did ; OBTAINEDIf prices PROMPT shipment

more definitely balanced fertilizer neither! 'he cow would not have beer Tampa-Seaboard Air Line Railway E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
this may be done by making additional I ....
.
"tared "' ) she wet klllwl" to construct 30-foot extension to
applications of ammonium sulphate .. freight depot
--- ------ --- on Whiting Street.
--- -- Clearwater -$100,000 apartment ] ONE NIGHT -- ---- --- -.-- -- _. -- --- .- --

i iI ir it house will be constructed at Mandalay. -

"""; Had rheumatism for years-
Clearwater New equipment being
installed in Ice found help at last
Weaver Cream plant,
I Heap Big Redskin "Tiny" Roebuck on Park Street. '

f There I it no need to suffer with rheu :
Howey-$150,000 theater and store matic pain. For nearly half a century
building to be constructed. thousands of rheumatic sufferers the

world over have been getting quick : WANTEDHY
West Palm Beach-Plans announcedfor and positive relief with a very simple ,
installation of new water system. home treatment."I .

Avon Pork-Plans;; prepared for tried" every liniment you can I II II
erection of new $300,000 Hotel. think of, writes II. Rountree of 2714&
Grand Avenue, Dallas, Texas, "but
Center Hill-Movement on foot for Sloan's Liniment i is the best Relief I
constructing $100,000 fifty.room ho- is obtained in one night."
'. tel. And it Is amazing-the comfort that I
I Parties with trucks to contract the cutting
Sloan's gives to even the moat longstanding -
fi Arcadia- Contract awtlrded for rheumatic aches. I
construction of now $100,000 hotel. No need to rub. A little Sloan' and hauling of Cypress Lath

"Itt'f, Tampa of -Plans preparing for erection of patted fresh lightly, germ-destroying un-and a blood healing begins tide I Blocks, we to furnish the timber. AvI I

new 20-story Board of Trade tingling through the aching place.

Building. Before you can believe it, the pain, haul 4 miles. .
i The famous Haskcll Indians at Lawrence Ka,., l lay Roebuck to swelling,and stiffness are relieved. Get erage
I : .1 biggest football player of the current season In "Tiny" e t Auburdale-$400,000: tourist hotel a bottle today.All druggiats cents.
i, 8 in. and weighing 240 Ibs. At tackle he sweeps two opponents planned. '
I very offensive play. The team will travel 20,000 muse !tn bl layftU We also buy Cypress Blocks f. o. b.
games, also thought to be another record Sanford-New Ribaut Forest sub-

} division being developed.- ] cars your loading point. Write or see I

.\ I Clearwater Beach Estates. Inc., or- / .

,' t :( ganized. KILLS'PAIN I

; 4et' ,, Stuart-$300,000; i "inJ; issue proposed

'. for municipal improvements. CATARRHAL DEAFNESS i

\( 1I Tallahassee Episcopalians planning U often au>ed by an Inflamed condition I:
LUMBER MANUFACTURING
to of the mucous lining I >f ICuetachlan t
erect $50,000) : hrnl
parish house at St. Tube. When this tub I la I
I Johns church. nave a rumbling sound or Imperr",, '
hearm Unless the Inflammation can j t .
Daytona-Florida Textile be reduced, your hearing may be destroyed j \ COMPANY
Product I
i QaBt and Fever I forever
o Co., million-dollar corporation, to locate HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will I .
Dell>lue, MalsxiA.A I I near here. do what we claim for it-rid your systemof
f ffmtral tonic. Catarrh or ttoafnm. caused by GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
Catarrh
I HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINB
Lakeland-Contract awarded at $14- haa been euocewful 'In the treatment of
ft 517, for constructing addition to 'Catarrh for over Forty Tear*. I
I poet Sold by all druriitetn .
office.
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FRIDAY NOVEMBER IS. 1925. BRADFORD COUNTY: TELfcfiRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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I Bidder to furnUh rumplst ncifleatlona, of unknown to complainant, In..t. f.nd.n. the un..I..n. Special Mutrr.iwill to b and are unknown to Complainant. that NOTICE APPLICATION FOR TAX
$ L Labelled "Greatest" uulpmnt and *am. to be ubjvct to demon I.. the property Involved In I|' offer for ( cell!! for ch to I ma be or are interested In the propertyInvolved DEED UNDER SECTION 171 OP
I j stration. .t ..Ian. do not know and haw not .,. the highest and best bidder in front of the In thl ault. deicribed a* follnwa ly- I

The Board. _....<. the rlxht to rjMt any t _.In whether any of th. Court House door In Stark. B..ofo'County. Inn and being In Bradford. County. Florida THE GENERAL STATUTES
and all bid. aid known dvr.d.nl ..dead or alive, or In .. Florid on Monday the 7th. Decent- towltilnt
E. S. MATTHEWS I.exl.tenc or her A. D. Itmft durIng the legal hour of Three aa l Four of Block One In Hereby notice to given that J. M. Trubypurchaaer
THKREKORE. I la ordered that the laid sale fur the |Iorpo.e of *.<.rylnl ..10 Final Temples addition t the Town of S',1. of tax sales rtlficatea numberedmpertlvely
C. *. FUTCH 'known oVfend-.nl who arc h..ro. named I>f following I I relate. Florida : 177. 181. 214 and 120 l ued l-y
8 crtary. -ch..rm.n'l In tlli order. If living and per- I I I :nJht. in Bradford County Florida: be anti they are required to appear to the the Tax Collector of Bradford County, Florldn -
on.. or aorporatlonii. claiming lnt.rtundvr bill of Complaint filed In said eaiiee on or Said certificate n.m".d 177 being slated .
the i-ald known and n.m. d.r.nd.nl tafomald ...t ou.rer. and the East half of "fo. Montlny. the 7th. day of TVeemher. A. July In.l. 191 *.10 ..ll... n.mb
NOTICE deceased or oth..I. all per. I|; South**.* quarter Weal half of South ; otherwise the allegatlona of said .. dated July 7t. ,
eon wbomoevr that ..Int.reet.ml rant au...... SectIon NIneteen ((19). Township bill will be taken aa confessed by the defendant saId eertlfleat n.m.r II being
In Circuit Court Bradford County }lorlds.Iii In the* property 1..I.e In thi. *utt. deverlbed ., hour ((4. South Rjimc Tw. .t.o.((22. *.. dated' Atigtnt 2nd.. Certificate -
Chanmtry.A. *. follow In B'Hdror County. Florida to- East containing 8JU acrva more or lw f.U It I. futh. ordered that thin order I beptiblUhed numbered 120 being dated July
A. Uunlun wit : E. KNIGHT once ench week fur four 2"d. tIll i and filetS .aid o..t..t. In
Complainant. The North halt of the NorthMut quartersThe ; Special Master in C...nrt>ry. lIVe week In the Bradford County Telrgraph..n..I. my office and ha e made for

... Southeat' quarter of Northwent quarter : .. A. 8. CREWS I a newnpapvr publiahed In Itradfnril iounty. lav di>ed to I.. In acconlanc with law.
.Mr* H. Tullii. ,t al. The Southwest quarter of Northeaat quarter t Solicitor for Complainant. ll-fl-5Hi-4 .'In..I. Said cartlfltiatt-a reepeetlvely emhrarna thefollowIng
Pffendanta.Rill the Soul hweat quarter of Sout heast quarter of 4th. day of No..n..... 1n.. 102(1.O ( lanila In n..do.o r.untP. Florida,
t* quiet lithe and R.....r. Cloud I Northoaat ou..r. except One acre for a W. AI.PKRM1N.Clurk a.._ a. th* dnt Issuance of such
To The Florida Railroad Company a eor1poralion I church. ,"" .t half of Southwtet quarter: NOTICE, of Circuit Court I..Mor certIficates in the name respectively hera- ''
_j It* .uot..or*. l loyal rvprntativo I the South half of Smithweat quarter of Suuth- In the Circuit. Court. Eighth Juld.1 Circuit .. Cunl. 'Inaftrr p..lo.I..lp set forth towltVrllfleale > ,
and a..I.n. : the heir ... _. leva) rpra* j jKentatlvm wet quarter : the half of Southeastquarter I Bradford Coun. Florida. C"n. By P.I ( No 177 embrace Nnrtheaatiiuarter '
Cum. L. II. Hitch.
the N h't of Southeaitquarter. r I'.k I Si-all) Clerk. of Southeast Section .
and BMiRn of Simon J. Temple! and ; quarter Deputy nuarterv 14
Sarah I I. Trmnl: each dusonaid The Florida the South half of Southt-ant quarterof I n. G M JOHNS. TownshIp 7, S. Range 20 East 40 acre, I. '
Lnnd Immiuration Compan a corpora-1 Southeast quarter all In Section Twenty-1 Florida Land and ImmigratIon Company a Solicitor for (nm.lnant.' U.S.a'2-4 e.ed Vnknowv.Certificate; .
,lion ,:'oddi i it* Buoenwoni. real rttprramtativwa; I I eight ItS. ) | corporation.. .t al..1.Bil IUITER'/!.K.Tfereby No. IllS embraeea Aoilthewt I
and ...I.n. : John T. 8fnou and Emma M. 8moo. I The Southeast quarter of Southeast quarter to Quit Title naU. I "I.n undar and by quarter of Soiithweat quarter Section a. I :I
If 'Mvlntr rind if doad their nvini. leaSh rvpr.wnlatiffw .-j of Section Twenty-nine (99. It the worn Bill, of Complaint virtue of final iitcrrof fonveloiiupc Town.hip 7, 8. Rang 22 East, 40 acre, ase..sed -
and aiiftiiinM : Role Hall if llvinu. The Northeast quarter and the Northeast filed .p".lnl elated oatw. which cause U made and entered th.. 80th, flay ofSoptembar. UnknownCertlflMt I

I and If tloail hU 11..1.... Iraral .rvpnaivntatlvv aol quarter of Northwvet quarter of Section Thirty- One t. .b.. from till and to quIet the AD. lOJIi, by Honorable A. V. No. 214 embrace Northeast
aulvnvl I. x H. Tulli If llvlnn. and If lead hi. two .t32.t I All of the above being In TownshIp till of the Complainant to tha anile that .n.. Judxe of the Eighth Judicial rlrul qtlartwr of Northweet quarter of Poulhwqtiiuarter.

W1 heir ,Utcitl rrprmonUillvMi. and assign : and | Seven i7i I South Rang Twenty-Two (.121 Gait t .. described in the aid Hill uf Complnmt. In and for l.edfo. ("nt. SectIon 28, 6, S.
ill iha, tit unknown dfendnt. their heir i | .onlalnin. edit acre more or 1_. that Ihf Sheriff of Bradford County Morida. chancery. In that certain. .u. 22 10 aorra Town.hi. R.n.
iwa;) itH'rtwfntutlvra and awiunH who olin an I I IIntrrat they .. hereby .ui.1 to appear hoj made) return upon the .iimmom In ing between the l.awtey State Bank a oorBiratlon. kin.F.a.t Sw.I. .101

In th* Innil hfilnaftur. ,'...rlll. thtliU < to the bl of complaint, f" cause on Chancery duly issued In maid cause* that the Complainant, and agalnt Earnest CertifIcate No
I ,, >nci.-4 nnd an1 of all saId defendanta or .. Monday the day of December, sail umnii.ns in Chancery U and wife May Runn Wi'lU. The 120' tmbraaca
Block 41 L. T.
un.out. A &. lofINr
I "bRing unknown A. 11. III2S. otherwise the ".to.of maId I I and cnnmtt tie served Klorlila Hrdvaro Company a Suh.DlvU.lon -
i iCrntlncai upon o'\.ton.
I I bill. will be taken confmrd : i-ant qunrter of Norh..t .... "
I IV aa Imntlitratlon Company. a and anil The S. H llnbbard fomimny "'t> q.
"n nnd ....h of you ar hereby required to It I I. further onl.re that thIs order b* pubIlKhed Kim Nation.) Bank of eo..lon.. ) tion .1..o.nt., the unI..i"n.SlMwial Ma- 2M.W K TownshIp Snell.ITnlitu 5, I. I.n..* M East aMM4

IH and appear. before m*. The duiltt. of th. unee" a w.k Fur consecutIve lm a .oroato. and Florida, l'Ioanee Company ,'r In ...1.plnl'o exvctlta *alddiirree
Plithth Imliclal Circuit of Florida in and for In the Ilrnilfortl C.unt Telegraph a new.paperuultliphed a and Florida Railroad. Company u Ill on 'n.lnv. .. 7th day of Decemlier ..10 rcrtlflcatea ahalt h* r ileemdacconllng I''
|I bradfonl County on the 7th. day of December. In Brdfor County rlorldaUrriired a oor".mllla. four of tho "duftfntlunt. named .\ I II IIIU8, clurlnu the legal hour of law tax deed will bane thereon I
\ I n i ''ui *t the Court How in the saul thIs the November A. In ..11 bill of complaint, owIng to the fntluroof ale thereon before the Court hotiatf door In on the Iffth day of November, A, D lOilJ.YVItne .

"(''inty' 'tn Town nf Stark, rlorlda. to ensure D. 1\2. I I saId corporation to elect officer or StarkiUriidfnnl Counli Mnr.da. Hell the my official and ical thIs II
t '\ .rn lull nf complaint exhibited' tn iald A. Z. ADKINS .k appoint aiirnta" and owing to failure of folliiulnn ..I."N." i> InmlH sit tials'd in Brad- ,. 14th. day of July .I.n.tur. .
r :irt lv the abn\. .,* Complainant: : A A. Dur1dm I II. JudgeD aid cor porn tt on* to have th the fUat find.1 Cnunly' Florida, to the hlgheat bidder 101.a. it itIt
'Irh K. KNIGHT and A. 8. CREWS I 1 of Florldi., an officer or agent uimn whom for cash, to-wlt: ALDERMAN
,> Bradford County Telegraph a weekly Solicitor for Complalnanta t 1.1:1-41.12.4.: PIMCMM CMP b(. .,'r.d. Hiitl 1 apiXMirlntr. thatprtrCtM Commi-nring at the Southeast .onor.f 'RI Clerk of the Circuit Court. Bradford

rii"''vspaiH'r published In Atarke Bradford | cannot b. nerved upon ald Hotel lot In l.awt.y. .Florida and .nlno County, Florid
','" ":nt> hlurlda. !I. heroby designated! a> the' CLERK'* RKTPOBT |I tlnnH for (the fulu. of ..10 ... .nror.. t South on th. West aide of .tint Street Thirty- B, C. A. I
'i, "wpni'"'r 'In which thIs notlco shall be pub. FINANCIAL fiArmtmir or COUNTY elect nffictra u agents and owintr four ((34lot.. thence West and at right angle kNIGI. I
Ihh,1! l for four tunieeuttva weekly issues. 'II PUMUf tho r.lu"of said cO'I.r." *i. han within to State Street Forty ((401 feet, thane II.II.5t.I1 Ptl. CITk.
7T4 I The 'land' deaerlbed In the aid bill of ..om.'I I the 'at. Flold. an officer or agent mwn Hniith and parallel with Slat Stret-t Twenty-
plaint in this cause to quiet title and removal Monthly financial .t.t._, t>f Bradford whom i> can be ervetl, and that there one ((21) feet. th no* Weak and at righanglra '
'I cUrild thcrt.> are a* follow : j County for month of October. .D25* I I U no nvnon..In the SlaIn. of Florida the ->er* to State Street Silly. (Sit) feet, throes NOTICE .r.lTAKDUN 8AI.I OF MIS.
The North half of the Northrant quarter it1| General Pan [I vice of a auhpocna upon whom would bind North and parallel with State Street rlfty ORS "

Sootlon Tw n I.*. TownshIp S. ven. South. Hal Oct. 1. IftJR un._ ._.___ _._ 270617 nld cornorntltm : and it aUn appearing from Bee tftnt feet. Fnt antI l at right angle
Harold "Bod" Orange. Illinois'' : Raniri.. rwenty.on Emit end lying and belnvI Receipt during month _.__ ._._ n 29ft.40Warrant the sworn Hill of Complaint flIed In the abov In State St .1'h One Hundred I lloni fet Iii Notice ,la berehgiren that on la-wit !

great football star lived up to all I Bradford; : County, rlorlda. I.u." during month .- u-- 10411.54 Hinted ceo-c. that the riMidonom! of the de .IH.lnl| of ginning Being In tho laIne.slute The 8Ui day of November, 1026, I 11 un.iI'ralgneil .
1 Don and ordered 1 at Htarki. Florida thIs : Hal. Nov. 102S MS 01 I femlnnli therein named to-wlt : Florida land of 111* Town of l.awtey, .r'lorliln a. r Lenter R, 6Val.tilery .
that had been ------ -------u
ever writter uoul .:t I li dHy of November. A. D., 11)211. I -"n" and i;;. Pond I I IDal. I and Immigration (',,mIqtny. M corporation.I : <:hni. mapped anil platt4il upon the public rocoril ( gIdI8'f R Dyal. Odr*

him in his first eastern football! ; \ A. Z. ADKIN8 I I Oct. _- .. _.--__ 1944.12Itecelpt. 'I A. IawMm. WilllHm C. Ladd, Uon"C. Cook of IraMor County Florida. ''l' D,. V. Dyal. Minor

appearance. Every gridiron authority Judge during month ____ -__ 10.71W.rrHn. and Henry C. .. I .al. b* made pennant to and for the Wi amity to the Hnnorahlo George
who saw him ui action declared D E;. KNIGHTS.lliitor n.18.41-12.4.1 i.*ued during month n__._ : Cook coil, KlUnhrth M. Cook aaRxfcutfirs latlafuotlon of laid final d.o. with coal. I Ranllner., County Judge of Bradford
for Complainant Dal Nov. I. 1025 .__.._.._.._n__. : nf llotti>rt ll. Cook do.nnml. George A. Crw.. County, rlorlda. at hi. office In the
t him to be "the grente Head rand 148.721| I). (lIlt, Lttllo .ill. Flrat National Hank of Special Mnator Chancery. hullM, In the town of Ila.b. Cu.,

tatkfie-d Rtr of that age." NOTICE Hal Oct 1. IOU ______.____.__ 1BB40SK.oulpt IlHno\i Pennsylvania a corporation Vln D. E. KnIght an order sell at ".i... all tha/ rlht.
II during month __n.__._.__ 876.11,1 c-'nt. O'nnld at trttfiiPtt for himself| and George Solicitor for Complainant ll- tli'MASTKHS .4 title and,( Interest of unlit Minor* In In* .

Warranu Iwuvd durinv month ______ D nt.) John KIM in-IT. David W. Korr.'y and An- lowing diiinlrlbeil Jaml to-wlt.: Nonhwrat
In Circuit Court. EIghth Judicial' Circuit Hill Nov I. 11125 ..--______--____-- 1B3>.00 < 'r. .. H. A. C. Ouarlrr' of th. Southwest 'j.ari. Section
ludt.l. lIp"I.
Uradford County. FlorHii In Chancery.A Building lead ,I A. A. A. C. "Ilp\lo., a. 8\IK ((13.: Townnhip, ((7) South Itn"* 20 East

POULTRY SHOW A. Purden and J. H. Suon.r..mpl.lnanl. B.I Oct. 1. 1826 ___________.______ 7.11 ,,r W..ymol.h. M R Knemmervr. lonathan C. sold Inlonvt b..i.. Inh.I.1 from their
*. Receipt during month ------ reeley. Florida Finance Company, a corpora Hereby notice Isgiventhat undi-r and h. fxther. A. J. d .
YO Witrrnttt. IMUVI! during month ::.::::: _''I' Skin. Fred W Haward. Sophia (.ltinnman virtue of that final di-cree of forioliiaure mnt.anil .' Aim one-ninth unillvlilnl Inlnrr.t of said

W. J. Olxon et alDefendnnt. Hal Nov. 1. I i Max IIH.h. Nicholas Itnch. Mnmftf Bach. Warren entereil on the 21lth tIn' of O.t..... A. minor'. In the following rii.prlbed land tn-
AT STATE FAIR *. l'-j----: 71I I I 1 I'. Ward Annie Ward 1 35. R Canova aaTruHU II. 1)25. by the Hon A. /. Adkln. Judiiof wIt; the Soulhwe Quarter of th* North.
Rill to Remove Cloud. Quiet Title and OtherRelief. Hal Oct 1. T70.07'Receipt '. ** for Dfnna Canova K C. Carter. 'h. Eighth: Jndlclnl ri.,11. of the State went. and also eight lure of the Northwest

,during month __ ___._ __ .10Warrant .Nlccy Carter. (harlc* A. i'hvtpii I If Prn.Hrr. of Florida. In and for Bradford '.."nl,. I In corner of the Northia.t quarter of the
I It annearlnir from the nltavatlnn, of the iMUfd month ._ __ i : Chancery In that certain caune therein peniIng Southwnt Quarter all In Section
du.lnl n I Arthur, F I.nnir, Esther A. I-nnir. O C Plum ( nl. Town-
worn bill of complaint In the ahove caune thatthe I __ _.._ between T). W AUarei, Complainant amavalnut chip (lit), aouth R.
Jack nnvllle. Approximately and ,. (I 1.1 Nov I. 1U25 -- 058.1 mer. Lu. 1'llmmP. George; W. llippl and ng> 20 Rant, **ld onn.
age residence of th defnndanta W. J.
Drainage Fund Mnnraret WIlson anti hu.bancl. J. W. ninth nn.llvl.lr.l intermit being
I i Company 'Richard Hoblrk. M If Hohlrk. Flora InherIted
8,000 birds will be entered In the Dixon' Annett Dixon hia wife. Thom Dixon Hal Oct. I. I9J5. ____._..0 ___ 77.B4i O. Uhlnplt Jonathan K. Whlpple. William F.Graoi WIlNon defendanta. from Crnnrifathpr. E J Dyal. diveaned Said

eleventh annual poultry show to beheld and. Hady tllxon hi. wife. S. J. Baldwin and i I.1..olpt during month .._...__._.._. I H. rulf.ton. T.I I'ul.,..", John tMltmter.8r. The undersigned Special Mauler. In ..1.l lrmme land .1.HI.. lying, and 1.lnl In Bradford
H W. Harvey If living and If dead then j _____ I .. meld ,decree will .
I I iuvd durIng month n Mary M Tulmter, RnmuolPulvMtir apuilnti'd| to on County Florida, and In all Klghty
November 'Warr.n.
here at the State FaIr from 1 I lall their heir, devijieea legatee and amigos. are .. 1. 1W5 .___n._. ___.__ 71.1 I 1'.1.0.Laura P Thomt Fulett*>r. Mvnhard Mro- Monday the "". dar of December loOt, during eight acres more or "n'.lnln.I.
19 to 28. nndpr the auspices unknown and there !I. no pnnn in the "10... PenMen fen then A Comimny Frank C Phelps, Jennla the legal hour of ale thereon, before thr'.urt Till Ith. day of 1826.
State of rlorlda. known to the complainant.the ____._ _. .. _884 01 : IIu"... In Starke. Florida aril thfollowing
of the Jacksonville Poultry Association Bal. Oct I. W6 M. Phflrlllhrrt; I. Cora D. MilIrr. d.Ho MRS. A. J. DYAL
I I servIce of a ubpeona upon whom "'ollidhind Kneelpt during month ___n_.__ 19.50'lhnrrnt ., Ida t'hetpH. doorire 1110.. nrnekett l.wy d..rlh.1 land ltuatd In Brat -
it Is announced the until defendant : and that It I la believed IBIIM| durlnit month ._n'_ 21200'''JJ; V. J. Shlpman. Carollno llamlln, ford County,, Florida to the hlgheat and beat Gu.rl.n
Announcement also Is made that hy the romplafnant that the saul nameddpfcnlinta Hal. NI.V I. 1025 .___.._. .nU_. 1K887I I 1 Th.Ir."k.tt. Hnmlin Jane A. Knox bidder for cash, _wit :
( are interested tn the property in. Airlcaltaral Fend I I IO. C Railroad Went half of Northeast quarter of South.
Knnx. Florida Com.Ipnny
Walter Hurton, of Arlington. Texas 1 solved In thi milt, and complainant. do not 1.1 Oct 1. 1020 __ __._----. 1.1 I I corporalinn Mnmuol <'. lans. J. D.Mol..m. -. welt qu.r.. of Section Three In Town.hi.1..v.n. NOTICE 0.APPUrTTIO'FOR TAX DEED

will serve as off.rlnl judge!: with W. C. !' iwto': ascertain t'y .dilllfent whether ilearoh. of hnve the not defend heen I 1".lp. during month ----.. _.____ ...... John C. Farle. Jr John F. Edia. "" Kangu Twenty-two Fa.t. .nl U"111 .:CTIN 11 "' TiE CENKHAI'Nolle
any '1 I
luuid month _._ .. more or STITUTEI.
nu' Thomnn %V. W. twcn'
WHrr.n. du.in. ..
Smith again serving as superintend ant* are living or dead and that it la aliened I'lt. Chai. tnbr. R
Hal 1... 1. I _.n_ -_. __ 1.16Noyember Lane F. R D. Mali! unle be madiiiiiraunnt to and! fur -
ent. Mr Burton has served In many by complainant, In aid sworn bill that they 1. 1925 I P..ol. Elj.h 1. the Ktl.fnctlon of aald final dixiree witceata .
r.rl'r. Administrator F h
believe there nrt "...nn. Intoreated In the I hereby given that R. A. Omen pur.cha .
and varied capacities as an official aid .property In.nlve In thin Mult who,,. Uradfori Stale Count at Florida. i I I R... 1. Frtwcott, Jmne r.r.r. J. A. K.*. A. S. CREWS.Special er of Tax Certificate No 19. the
.te
Charles Martha S. and James A. I at day of "
n.m. or names or awn and who* FI." A. D I loos. has .
and committeeman of the American Master In ChancerD "n4
.0 I certify that atatemanlof fio .1.
I Knox unknown and that there I.
1.bp .to..ln. t are no '* In
Ia and.
plaea of r.hl.ne. t unknown to complainant : r..lle. my has ".
KNIOHT. orta.
end tae '
Poultry A8 0"lation. anil in nail! bill relief !I. prayed agaInst mteh .h..a. o I p-ron In the State nf Florida the servIce ofa 1. 11-6-81-12- cation for tax issue In acordana
i for t
I ef I
funila of Bmdford County t .
The annual poultry show at Jacksonville 1 I known and unknown defendanta coil all otherpemnn .uhon. upon whom would bind saIl, Pefenrianta. > Ilelo. Cmpl.in.nt with law Staid .., ,. embracec the fol.
October. 18JS. i I. true and correct to themust .
*. firm or corporation and that It I la believed by the Complntnimta lowing. ilMcrlbcd property ltuald, In Brad-
has grown to be one of the THFRRFOKE It !I. ordered that all Tenon I uf my knowledge and belief that tho call named O.f.nr.n" NOTICE TO DF.IITORH ANI CREDITOR! furd County Florida' lo-wit
w. AL.UBBMAN.I8BALI .
largest In the South and! In prepara- named In thIn order If llvlna-. and If dead O Clerk Circuit Cs-o't. I w h< *e r?fil I lall pron claiming any Interest under the Complalannta .. fntere t*,l In the property Notice In hereby glten that all creditor ed J l.v land %V. Gll.on. S by land. ef
which Is C. KNIOHT.Deamur .
tion for the coming show expected By A.
aid nnmed afnrenaid orotherwise Involved In the ,"11. and that Complalnanta levateee. ,illntrlbulee and all p..on. having Mr*. WI.p. W by Unit of Iloyt In
1 to be a record breaker th< l : .d.f.nlant.th.t.1 ...on. d..e firm/ ClerkBUPBRINTBVDBNT'S I do not know and hay, not been abl. tn aa. claim/ O.ln.t the eiilate of A. J. Drydendiceae Stark. Be. 28. Ip 6, 8 R 22 F.EL..

Poultry Bunding !IH being thoroughly corporatIons. whone n.m., a". certain whether any of said known ..f.nd.nl aed at the ef
praidenc. or place of huMlnem !I. allefred to .. OBT i Cr. diad or alIve' same duly authenticated, to the Count ...* of such d.t
certificate In
"renovated! and! equipped with new concrete unknown to complainant that may be or .b. I I Therefore. It la ordered that tha ..1. knnwrttfufpndanta Jildg of Dradford County. Florida, wi'hlnp..r. (learns Laker. Unle. ald eertlfcr.t the .chad of'

floor and! Kelpper cooplpg of the Intermtod In that certain, lot or parcel of landN Count auperlntendent'a In.nola statement who are heretofore n.m. In thla on. or this notIce wll h* held In bar b. redeemed according law tax deed will
or any part 'h..of. lyinir and being In Hra.I.| of county *.hl fund fu t. month of Order If ll\Inn. ami If dead all part .claim thereto And nil neraon Indebted to maul' ea- issue thereon on the Wh. day of Novmbr.WITNFSS
latest design In order to properly care ford e..n. Florida, known and described as October. 1 I I ICe I Inn Intitreatn under the aald known anti named late are required to pay their Bald di>bta forthwith A. D. IV28. .
for the large: flock of birds expected. >it : eral Ifkenl Vend tt>'nilnntn aforeMnld. d.o..1 or otherwlae to the tindenlgned admlnlitratrlg, I

The classifications cash and! folo. Rant half of the HeM half of Norh..t Overdraft Oct 1. U25 __u_.___.___ 11641Kocvipt nnd that al I..on. whomsoever that may b Thl the 21.h. day of O.t..h. 1936 I my official ilgnatur and ...1!
sweepstake quarter of Northeant quarterAlno clurinn month __ _n_.___- 4MWarrantii H or are tho property involved ELIZAIE'/ DKYDEN. this the 6th day of October, A. D. 1$2I>.
prizes compare favorably with beginning itt yard FBMI, of the North iiwupd month __ __. 8402110 this molt ttii.crttr.Ml) u* fr.llowa 10-30.ut.22ft| Admlnl.lrtrl. O. W. ALDFRMAN.
the lending shows of the country exceeding went corner of NortheaMl qtrarter of **orth- Hal Nov I durin.nn.n--? 70781ntetrlct In Uradford) ('ount,. Florida (s.I) Clerk Circuit r.l" tlrariford
I Mouth half of SectIon Twenty-five ((2M.) Florida.
.... quarter and run Fn.t Itt yard thenceSouth *. IRd.
most of the Southern fall lilt yard, thence Wet 165 yards thence Oct. 1. U25 ___._.____ ______ 7.17Ibmtlpu Tiiwnfthlp Four ((4)). South Range Twentytwo2J NOTICE IO.n-Bt-ll-6 Dy C. A. KNiniir,

shows and the competition la open to North ITS turtle to point of beHlnnln-r. all nf during month __..._.____ 0.01 < | East Deputy Clerk
below In Northeast of NorthiMKtqiirternf ._ ___ Also North of the North half of tile
iiuarter Warrant baufil dnrina month hal In the Eighth Judicial Circuit of 'th* Slats
the world.! SectIon Thirty ((3ni. Towniihip. Seven I la//. Nov. I. 1U26 --____ -._._._._.. 13.fin Northcatt ..u. of Section Thlrty-tx (Silt I nf Florida. In and for Bradford County. Ila.I I NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITOR
I 1(71.( South. Range Twenty-two 122)) E *t. con U.H.l N. I Tow null,ip Four (4) South. Uimao Twenty Town of l.awtey Bradford County !

talnlnr: ItWacre more or Ire.. I Bal. Oct. 1. 1126 .n___________.. Mt' two lUZi' Fn'. or North half of North half of Florida PufUlonar Not. I. hereby-that all creditor'
RAILROADS TO REDUCE D appear to the bill of complaint on or he Ki-celptA durIng month _._. '_nh_.. aft.Aft Iota one (II H and Two f2> In SectIon Thirty- I va.Btat ." di.trlbl' and all pron having
I I ". Seventh day of December, A. I). 1925. II Warrants liiaued during month __u__ AU3S'llal : nix IS81.) Tnwnihln Four U) 8oulh. lUnp of Florida. Respondent.Nntlce claim or ..In.t the relate of W.
RATES TO JACKSONVILLE and In due course ,drfln .nd Hot up whatever' Nov 1. 1H2 u.un IJ882fHptrl 'r..nl.lwn2' Ea.t.I U hereby given to the public and 'J Jonil. ..... .. hereby re-illlred t
claim or Intermit which you and each of you >l I I I In Clay Coanty. Florida! I taxpayer and *ltln> of th* Town of LwtP.U..o..d prr.ent the Bame duly .1'.nt..c! tn
DURING STATE FAIR '. may have to the above d.r.1 property. or Balance Oct. 1. 1126 _________.__ Itl.06Ki The Southwest quarter ( l.ia one ((1)) acre In County lorlda.. and all County Judg of ItM..1 Cuntp. 110.1.. at
a'tl' bill will be taken onr..v .".Ino >celpt* durinic month .nnn_ 1'7.14 the S.'hw. quarter nf South-west quarter) therein on the l 18.h. .dR of hi. office In the .ou.'ho.. *f
W..r.n. iiwued durIng month Ittft 80 und the BtHithwent qu.t. of the South-ea Int.t" ". I>. I tbt. at Stark. In Dradfnnl Stark within 1J montli from lIsts hereof or
Reduced passenger rates on all you.It I I. furh.r o.d..d tha thli order be pub. Nov. I. 1028 .__.__uu 18660 tiunrtcr, of Section 'hlr rio.) County Florida at Ten clock A. M the this notice will be Ild In Hat lll..t. an I
roads leading Into Jacksonville will be 1.11.1 one a week for four cnnHeeutlva !I.. Ov'rt nl.'le N*. 4 AIm N.>. i > To In the Bradford Cunt Telegraph a Bal Oct. 1. _____.__ _______ 87.65Kerlrpt Two ((2)) and lola One ( ). Two (2)) and of the court aforeaald. will h*** the shoes .il to p.y th* lam forthwith to the under.
quoted by the various railroads during weekly newnpaper of elr.ll.ll..n. pub. during month ._ __--._n. 8.78 TII.R./ In Klock Three (8)). entitled cam upon the petition of the town Signed Admlnl.t..t.t
the State Fair according to announcement llched In Strk Bradford County rlorldn Wa.r.n. issued during month n._____ h "' ub'diviaion in the town nf l.awtey llrndf'ird fnlinty. Florida, for an This Vwb, 1026.ICQUILLA.
WITNESS The Honorable Judir. of the .. l l'ft ..-h.._____ ... 614 of HlHhlanri order of laid Court validating and confirming JONCS
by R M. secretary ol 1.1 1. I
Strlplln
Alan all of flock SU 11of\ J. A. Knox'
nld Circuit and lb official eal of the Clerkof nutrlrt 1 ( certain honda In the Bum of Twenty Thau- Admlnitrtrlx' Rotate of W.lo2.0'II1' .
the Florida State! Fair Association. this e..11 .w..1 .hi. .lirntur*, thl th. Bal Oct. 1. 1>28 ____..___________ $1.40RoceIlta plat of the town of Highland Uald 'loU and land I.O.Clllftl' Dollar* In denomination of J. ..tone. neaed.
Announcement also Is made that thi Ith day No.omlr. A. D tedS.o.w. .luring month __._ -____ 8.IHWarranu block con'tain inn sixteen ((16)) aerea). In S. One Thou-mnd Dollar each, hearIng lntrel
ALDERMAN lueil dl.in. month _.__.. __ ton Thlrty>on.* (131 I. Townanln Four (). at the rate of alx per centum l III l per an.
railroads have agreed to return at Hal Nov. ----.'----. 8818. Kantr Twenty-three. t IdOl) Eaat.h film payable Hid bond being NOTICE OP FINAL DISCHARGE
Clerk Circuit. Court. Bradford I .ml.annu.lp.
'county and livestock exhibits free ol I'.I! *. ICal. limited for the purpoa Installing a l.hl
County. Florida Oct. 1. n___...____.__ 68 60 *. and their hereby are ''llr to appear t log .T.tum with electricity In th. Sixty day* aflr this date, to-wlt i on the
icharge at the conclusion of the fair By C. A. KNIGHT Receipt during month ___..._.n_. BH.40 the Bi of ComplaInt fl.d saltS can* Iawt ". Hnrlda' the building of an 84th dar of November. lUSo. I will preeenl
.nl
According to announcement the reduced i Sea 11 Deputy Clerk. W.rr.n. IBUM| during month .__._. 17 80 on b.to. Monday 7th dar of December electric. lIght line from L8"'p. Brailford to the Ifdnornbl Cleo A. O.'Iln. a. County

rates will be one BBC S. CREWS 1.1. .. I. IU28) .? ..____..--.__ 11.5 A. D 1024. o.h.rf. the allegation r."n'P. rlorlda to Stark.. $,.. ,,. County, Judg of Uradford Cuntp. 11.ld., my voucher
A.
passenger I| '"trlrt. ... T of said Hill .I b* taken aa .on'e. Florida, to get electric and final .o.oun. ..uto, of the
one-halt tare ner round trip; the sue- Solicitor for Complainant n-IV4t-U4. Ral. Ort 1. 1>26 _nU__.____. 6748 It la ordered that 0.1.r b* I NO'TICK l> hereby 'r'n* above named last will and of EmIly D. Bayl a.deoeaied .

cia rate to apply to and from Jacksonville i Receipt during month .._0 ._..___ 6824Warrant piiIliahed once week for four coneacotlwwork i : to show can** at the place nreln- anil ak to ba discharged Suck
; I NOTICE lued during month ........ In a newspaper publlnhed In I..M.r above apMlfled. If : h.n have why said .** utoe.Ihl .
; from all points In Florida. I Hal. Nov. I 1IC2IS 11867 County. Florida. and that the ..10 0. .1": bond ahould not be ,valldate and .nfn.d. lh 24th day of September, 1826
I Judicial Circuit. b* publUhetJ one a week for conaecitIuu LOUIS HILL
\ -- In Circuit Court Eighth I 'I.n.n Dated this the lat. day of Oct A. 1.
Bradford County rlnrlda In Chancery week In a newspaper published In ClayCounty P I AI.DEIIMAN. Executor of Will and
Bat Oct. 1. 1.2S .._____._____ 12248 G W .
A. A. Durden and C. B. Harper Receipt during month __n_...... 2.86 Florlila. (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford T..n, of Emily D. Sayl**,
Com..l.tn.nl Warrant laued during month Ordered the 4th day of November A. D. County,. Florida.B. 8-2S-IM-II-80 .
Own Grave 1 .n -
f J I[ Digs | Bal Nov. I. IV2S l ______._nnn_ 125.1 ma A. Z. ADKIN1. M. JOHNS. loU-4"1.J:
: The Florida Land and Immigration Company, I lefrlrt. Ne t THOMAS W. FIKLDINO. JudM, Attorney for Petitioner NOTICE tO CITIZENS

1: .\ Corporation at alDefendant. /. Overdraft Oct 1. 1826 __.__..._ 1142 Solicitor for OrniplainanU. tI-.U6t-l.-4,
: *. I Warranu iitaud during month __ _. 2.71 TAX DEED Notice I I. hereby given that at th* neit Mellon
NOTICE
rJ Bill t R-rno-. Cloud. Oulet Till and Oth.rKelll. Receipt during month -.-...... rHU.KK OF PrilUCATtnV .APPLICA-Tl .. of the legislature, Cleneral or Special! op
: Overdraft Nov. I. 1925 _...___ .. 14.17 Sill 0 TilE on the r.queat of ,the Town r.un.1 of
In the lb
It appearing by the worn bill of complaint District N. I* Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial C..ul."rM. GENERAL STATUTES Town of Lawtey "...Id.. I
/ \ t filed In th. above lted .....0. which .to __ __ .,, County. .1r.lo. In Chnn0f. bill authorl.lng the Town Intr the
Bal. Oct. 1. 1126 ___, ___.._. 1555 J. J. Truly soil E. hueUnd,
to remove Cloud from title and to quirt 111.n by her that W. T. Week. Town of lands Florlila. u l las .
la given ? >
on. rf>lpt* during month -.____.._._. 670 and frlt-nd. J. W. N..Ur ..b fr. tm.
th* title of th. complainant to th. land that Warrant uwiietl during month ___ 2000 n. purchaser of CertIfIcate No 171. dated' time, time warrant. of saId of
.
-. n
.. doMrlbed In the said bill of complaint. Bal. No. I IV25 ._... .----. 11)5.54 Compl.ln.n.. 'the art day of July. A. J IIT22. filed denomination the council Me fit beepingsuch
That the nherlff of Bradford County, Florida.baa I luilriet N*. II v* l aiH, ertiflcate In my of and ha mad of Interest not xedlng mix per

md return upon the summons In Chancery Ral 1. 1826 _.--_._._ Mrs J. C. Will". widow, .t al.. ( application for tag deed to issue In acordana .nt per annum .becoming due In uh
: duly .u. In -aid <' la un..eu'e and cannot lnueil month ) .. In Bradford t.mln.1 by the an amount notxeecdlntf
{ .mma end Imnliration W.r.n. d.rln. n 1780 Im Remove Cload. tie. d.i..1 ..rP. .lu..0 Cun.l. t
.. upon Hi. Flord. Lnd Florda -. 1" 1. -__.._ __ __--._ from the altaratlont. of the r.qnlP. Plrld.. w.wl: ." halfI In the .r..t Flv Thourtad !
Company a Ne. II 11.6 I .o"rin. I of Southeast of ... quarter Liollara. For the refunding
Sugar Can (.rove and Mill Company a I..tr. '.or In th* abov itat**! eau**. Section ."u..t.. .. I. S Range 22 Kat. 20 outstanding .u' th
, and Bal Oct 1. ____________._. 1(474 that resident and of certain the 18 Town I
Cane
corporation The Florida S sear Ro.cIiO.! during month ...... rose are acres.'l'he. for the purpose 'dj."rna"th. treeai of
H. ---- df.ndanU to-wlt Anita. R. n. .
rrv. AMoelatlon Robert W.t on and John ; : 1"1. 1. saId land being at the dais of the .Id Town of .. And
. during month ....._ auth
Bug.ar W.r.n. iuN 8 a her hunbanrf rmldrnta of Va.. _
lone. u Tnit-* for 11w Horiua MI.ul ., 11'. "'_'__'_._'_nn__ West IS and Leonora N..folk.Alt.e John. th* iMtiane of inch In the nm ol orl.lng end empowering Town
I Can and Orove Asoeistn. Th FloriiaRailroad II 25.1 8t. Julia Godwin Unless said **rtlficat ahall of the Town of Lawtey. Cun.i
and n..la Milliard F Ma O known Mary C. A. Ilo.ld.t
Company and Jam.T. Ralluad ".1. Oct. 1. _nn_______.. 12) 4* Brown. Alice Brwn.Johns. Mary C. Hrown. C. he redeemed accordlrtg, to law. tai deed will lax sufficient from time 0. all tax.alii .
Mary
lohn McRa .. Tru.te.for .h Florida .. l hou. threon the 21rd. day of November. saId,
of its- Receipt during month --_ n. 862 A. Jon tin. Jaefib C. Brown Mary C John., I. on properly Town for the sole
Cm..n,. a corporation.bill and In lb...- Warrant (naomI during month ...... 40.00 I). M. Thompson wid... Harriot W Fearlna1.Catherne *. A. D. 126.Wltneaa po>* of retiring t. warrant. with their P"I.
f.nd.n" In said of the .laid orporatlon Bal Nov. I. l 1"2 5 .. .. ___--_ V800l W. Fearlny Laara P. my ot.ll signature and seal thIs crest Said act be ratified by a vote ef
muni owing to the failure > *:, N. 14 Thmp..n. the 17h. .lap A. P 11125. the voter of the Town of .
Alice M and b.o ou.lrl.
, to elect ofllor or appoint agnt Bal Oat. I. 1826 _._._____.___ __ u'.al M .Mo..n K W..KIng h.b.n".... F..I air I W. Af.Dir.RSOAN. .Ior. I will also amend L. '

I and ,wlnir within to the th. failure 8tau. of of Mid *l.rhon.. Receipt during month ._n.-...._... known.. ,'h. than. given, abtw1. .end that there i'Seal) Clerk in..1 Court B..do' Town of Lawtey. 11.10.. .the glv.ng .-
It have orl Warrant laauert .
during month ___
>r agent upon whom ..r*. can be ." ; Bal Nov 1. l>28 ____.__ .______. W2.6. I. no* of pemon subpoena In the Slat whom nt Florida would .h D, C. A.., Fnld.. real to. th t.n aunol..t.',1.1* to n.*levy*Mrymount .
be a
cannot aired upon Pr.
that .
. and It appearing th. failure or I I' 11.... N. II ... defendants and that I, the 8-23-81-11-20- Deputy Clerk. cf mlllag to take car of th.
n '-pon laid eurporauon. for Bal. Oet. I. 1826 _._____.._._.____ 2'.2 Complainant/ said I .1.o_d.n..* I of .10 .
laid corporations to elect offiaer.. or appoint during month __.......___ tht the n.m" tw.
Rlp. n .. and B. M. JOHNS
.iidr .
and owing tb* failure of th. *. r > a** NOTICE TO
.
K.nti t laeued during month ____.. 1.10B.I. (ONT."COI
W.r.t. defendant known 1 of Lxlltur froc
to within the 8tat of Nov 26 .._ ___.._ __ w. .Id.n. ape Sealed hid will he .I. Bor4 Mab ,
I. 1> II.13i .
.o.r.lln. 8-ll-IIH-ll-U
'I I n. In In this Bradford Count?.
whom prty of .
J officer or agent upon pro- IM.trlM .Int..t" in.ol..1 of Bond Trustees Brailford ount, PJorlda.t ..
! 'Ior. la''i, 14Ral. .. .. do not know
ult. *
and I I. no the office of the Secretary of the
erved. person
b* .h. I. 1826 __._ ________ 24'.<4 11..1
Twenty yevr> ago Walter Hansen the 8tat en of Florida l'..I.of a subpoena Ot. month ____ __ ....... 60 and ha. not to eacartaln whether at Stark. Florid' un'l 10:0 o'clock NOr OP SPECIAL LP.rlfU.ATION
I.lo. durn. of said deal or
andIt any are D l antI that I is glvn that .
whom would ** eorporjllon. kn..n .rod.o. of November 14th. lIdS. at no.. at the pell M*
dog hi* own grave, but hunt needed upon W..o. .. during month 44 IM .alive and that It In believed by of
of Ion .f
from the sworn C.pl.I..a. time publIcly opened for the shoring 1",1.1.0. the State of Plo>
appearing .m..I.ln' th
Wit _. _____._ 212.114IlistrIet .
I '. U yet He says ha hates the filed In above stated ..autB| >t the re" 1. ItOverdraft .. said moor bill that there Ia pro.lmatly Nineteen (18)) acres of right da to b during the month of No.ember .
txmnd of clods l" The Hori.la Land see lnt.,.it.d in the property lavolv- way on frr>m Vanderbilt School Hona A. D. a bill will be Introducedrovldlng
' tilling on a casket dene .fd.n. 1. 1811 _.__ __..___. 28.IIReaeipta .0 IP2.
daring a funeral. Hanwm's home and C.p.np. a orporaltoil Th. O month ..... 7.20 .I uh iult wb name o n.m. and to road All work to b* *in* secondIng for ..n..n and rl..m".
., ,larlda Sugar Can. G.. and MI Company Warrant Issued during month- -- ]A.12I a v* ur ... and *Jr1.ne.m ar* unknownto tn Bradford County SpecIfIcatIons and and** of the .* and d..I. the Board of Bond
& near ArkanMU City Karuuu. a corporation fh. Florida Cane and Overdraft Nuv I. 1426 .:::::: II.06 Complainant Therefor it i I. orti-r that the *uprvl.len cf the EngineeringDepart 'rute* of .. Cunlp. Florida | autaert.ing -
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I Orove Awoclatlon. and Robert Wiuon and I IH.trlrl IIOverdraft the saId .no-.r.n"a. who .. heretofor meet of Mid county F.aeh bid most be **- ,' and .pw.rnl! flord of Bond
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Can *nd Grove Aoociation Tn Florida hU .. .1.lm.n. interest un.Ur the amount of bid Said cheek b> be seed Pour Hundred Fifty Thousand .llr*
{ NOTICE TO BIDDERS Railroad and J.me* T. SoMl-r MASTER'S aid kn..n od n. .f..n. .fo..ld matte p.bl. to E. 8. M.th *. Chairman for t. ...o.lon and I.p.nm.n. of .. .
f and John Cop Trut*. for the Florida S"LI .t++**.*4 nr n.h.rwl. and that I.n. Board T.Th ***. iwhll .1 ," af llrailford. County
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH fiTAUKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER U. 1925Biadford :

1'AGE: EIGHT _

;I called out. I I cross-examination by States Attorney room for the final act in his battle

County Telegraph! Florid Has Discomforts of "We all wondered what he meant 'Charles M. Durrance. I i for life, Checser came at him with a

and Sally asked me if he was going !1 I Mrs. Chesser, .very much wrought'chair rung Quigley said. The dep.

l to kill himself. I said 'No,' and Just \up, appealed to the jury from time to uty, who has a record for bravery inaction

Published weekly) and entered as l WartimeCamp Cities then a shot rang out. I said, 'Oh' my : time to verify previous statements, as I, during the world war, grappod'!

matter at the post II IIS I goodness, a tire blew out. Durrance pinned her down to definite with the prisoner and took the im-

S second class "Then James cried out, 'He's shot facts, drawing out that the only t!)provised weapon from him.

office at Starke, Florida.. -- Food Is Scarce-Prices are High- I 1 ishing milk and other foods; are often ''I]Laurie, you all run!' I l" pell" suffered by the boy were taken 1 j Quigley said the prisoner told him

.. I' .' H' --- Humid Insect Pests. denied them. Their schools are under I "Before we had time to get out of 'in the home of his parents or relatives. !'of a preconceived plan to overpowerthe
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: e. s. MATTBSW* I manned because'enough teachers cannot ;the car, Rufus was there and pointing deputy, get his pistol shoot

1. C. ROBINSON_______--_M... .S Mil" Abound_ Houses are Flimsy, be found who can afford to live on a shotgun or long gun Into the car. | Rufus himself couldn't remember. Sheriff, Weeks and escape in the sher

Schools. Are Few And Children Suffer I t the salaries, ranging downward from I We all got out, Willie Jeff and me with His mind wa a total blank, he said: !iff's car.When.
I from the time he left Sally Boyles
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'f PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 1 -Telephone Service so Poor That 3$2000.00 paid principals of high my ,baby on the right side of the car, on the day of the shooting, after geing |I "the jury's verdict was announced
schools. Recently newspapers have Sally on the left. As she went toward
Buy for'' the youth turned to the sheriff
People Use Messenger I told that he could not come to see her
'been advertising for public-spirited the ditch on the left side of the road, I' will and cursed the jurors.He .
:' RATE Young Chesser, who
SUBSCRIPTION I Local Messages.Editors Citizens to take in the teachers and I j I saw Rufus raise the gun and shootat any more.

Per Year _________________ $1.50 make it possible to get proper instruction her. She fell in the ditch. Then Idon't i be 18 years old on Jan. 28 next said | was unaffected outwardly, even
u road- shrieks of his
I This is the second of I he didn't remember borrowing a i by the piercing mother,
Six Months ___________________ 150 ,,| ( note articles; telling! the truthof toe the children. know what happened or who i iI I ter from Joe Austin, buying four shotgun ] who became hysterical when Judge
series of inmost | shot. I
a Instruction is badly disorganized I ran with my baby into the
I shells from Lester Frisbie InLlddleburg. DeWitt T. Gray pronounced the death
__ Florida found by '' |
In as
conditions all the larger towns by pupils'palmettoes, jumping over a wire fence.I .
I :\ where all the principals sentence.It .
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a representative of Knoxvil'.e: News |being brought in at various times dur. heard another shot, then Rufus' car I I i
newspa.per.vport 1 live as next door neighbors going toj i leaked out this afternoon that
and other Scripps-Howard ing the term from northern schools drove off.

| .'\ (Tenn.) Herald, Nov. 5th. ;where the methods are often differ- | "Good-bye, you all, I'll be dead,' I Green Cove Springs talking there with the jurors were inspired to their ver.
the
Sally following Dilaberry.Boyles
diet by one of their number's
LNo. The slow the heard him out. prayers
ent. :
newcomers cry
) up
II Harold Keats.) party out on the road shooting his
(Dy work of the entire class j Found Husband Dead. | last night after the argument had
( I 1 investigator for the Scripps- brother-in-law as he bent over a punc- closed.
: A special Teachers Quit Work I "Then we came back to the road tured tire killing his sweetheart as

I' Inward Newspapers.Do I Many of the teachers quit work to'< 'land I went; to my husband, Laurie. I she begged for life, threatening to'' McNamee Wilson and Koester, attorneys -

r you remember camp sites in wartimes become "bird-dogs" or spotters for I' saw he was dead. Sally was sitting tip shoot his sister and brother, going for the defense, announcedthis

'.',-Add to the picture the heatof real estate concerns. They work the in the ditch with her head on one side. back to Middleburg and telling his' afternoon that application for

tJ' ... a tropic sun, the humidity of hotel lobbies and busses for pros-pec-I I1 djidn't go to her. We got into our' brother-in-law, Roy Genan that he review of the case by the supreme
4Si! ; shores the tive investors. Last Florida had car and drove back to Green Cove, court through writ of error would be
.. I I swamps, lakes, and ocean year > had killed: Dillaberry and the Boyles
1 (Membership In National Hlgbwaf aimless milling about of thousands of hitch school accommodations for 16- 'I going back twice before help came." girl and was going to kill himself. made immediately.

Association) people, a let-down in social restrictions 000 pupils, with 895 teachers, State j I' Mrs. Dilaberry said that she could' "I don't remember," the youth re- '

; _______________ -and you will have an understanding Superintendent Cawthon reported. I!irecogze! her brother plainly in thelight pcatedly responded, while an angry livid l!: Chesser Green, Cove 17-yearold Springs youth, Nov.of 7.-Middle-Rufus:

( of living conditions in Flor The water throughout the state is from his car. | red flush surmounted his features. !I
Williston boasts of having the lowest ida today. I most sulphorous.: If one can possibly 1 James Chesser, older brother of Ru- He was calm otherwise taking interest I burg, seventeen miles northwest of

?' tax rate for size in the state, recently ( This country, which believes it is afford it, he buys distilled or other !ifue, is expected to be the star witness 1 in av/niting the next question flung at here, today was found guilty of murder
in the first degree by the jury
I reducing her millagc from sixteen destined feed the eastern half of bottled water for drinking. Some hotels Iin I the Boyle's killing case. He was> him by State's Aattorney Durrance. .
to him
trying for the killing of his sweeti
to twelve. food which charge 25c extra for cist tiled wa- to take the stand today. Willie Jeff His only change during tie trial was I
America faces a shortage I I heart, Miss Sally Boyles, on the Green
Boyles sister of the dead
--o- has already sky-rocketed prices be- ter at table. '' girl was> during the time his mother was on the
J advertisement i iI Hotels are jammed. Cots in cor- another scheduled to testify today. stand.1 Then he bent forward Cove Springs-Jacksonville highway on
A short time ago a small yond the worst of the war days. |I I' looking the night of September 5, last.
ridoVs frequently the only bedslate ; down the floor. While his brother
real estate man in Starke are i at
by a I Milk is so scarce, prepared or pow Green ,Cove_ Springs, Nov. 0.-With There was no recommendation fur
_--1 J .-. *.-,."..-.. _* lnnd fop close to. a_ hundf travelers can obtain. Charges and sister were testifying he looked
.un. 0 dered milk is used almost exclusively : hi.- life hanging in the balance, thetrial mercy, the last hope of the defenseto
dollars.h in summer are about the! same as in I straight l ahead at them as they sworeto
red thousand Poor cannot of Rufus Chesser double the the
,\ in most homes. people ycung save young slayer from elec-
downtown New York hotels and in statesments which the state
-- \ afford milk for the babies at 18c a J i slayer, this afternoon fast was drawling hopes tric chair. The verdict came quickly
winter from $7.00 to $20.00 will obtain first
a murder
range degree
Bradford county with the main quart in Jacksonville 25c and 30e to a clase, when the state opened a con- after! Judge DeWitt T. Gray had de-
with the beach hotels viction.
big
day running
II- 1 li, highway to the west coast and two !;' In Miami and Sarasota, with a sharp | higher on the American plan. I argument at 2 o'clock. Court will continue "From the\evidence, seems like Imlght 'livered a brief charge on the jurors'duty. I

cl routes to the east coast cutting across rise due again when winter comes. ,I tourists will find I on into the night it was decided have the The case went to the jury at
Camping accommodations who killed
it, is the bent bet for investors In Even indigenous fruits are higher at tourists camps in i if arguments have not been completed them," Rufus beep testified one on direct eX- 110:35, : o'clock. They filed back into

Florida property. than in the northern markets. Avoca. wooden shacks with no furniture, before that time. amination. i| the box at 11:30: o'clock after sending
l ,, from I The jury is expected to be charged 1 word from the jury room that they
I do in Florida, bring Rebuttal
-T pears grown j plaster paint or paper, about 10 feet tho testimony introduced by
Florida fable: A bright sunshine V"c to 5Uc each for the sort you get by| 12 feet In size for $5.00 per week, I several first thing tomorrow morning and the state during the closing minutes ,j were ready to report.
I with car I court officials have predicted | The boy was unmoved by the >
morning, a hotel a strange in Cleveland for 20c. or $1.23 per night. of the afternoon session was sensational v.ridict -
in front, strangers descending thee Banannas, once called the poor maws Lodging houses are overcrowdedand that an early verdict will be returned. in that it added strength to I maintaining the mask of solemn

e; tops, real estatemen on every corner meat, cost from Be to lOc each. Vegetables rooms are frequently shared by 'I I Plead Insanity. the "spurned love" motive which the |realization of his predicament wimp' :

:' : -enjoying the sunshine. come In cans from the north, several I people. Thousands sit. about I The defense says Chesser was insane state will say was responsible for the 'had not changed during the week of

J, i -0i. -- I and fresh fruits mostly from CaliI :most of the night on benches whichare at the time of the slaying. The killing of Sally Boyles. ,the trial. Motion for a new trial was:
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The state of Ohio will\ not Issue license I forma except in the citrus fruit sea- placed In parks and along city state maintains that he was enraged Mrs. Annie Boyles, step-mother of denied.

to real estate dealers to sell\ son. i streets where the! heat drives them lover his scorned love nnd sought re- the dead girl and her sister, Willie I A murmur rippled through the J

,' Florida lands. The forbidden thing Is Florida farmers are too busy speculating :from their forbidding, crowded quar- jvenge. As a result of this state's attorneys Jeff Boyles, who was the state's fea- crowded courtroom as the foreman L. j

\ w always the most attractive and as aj I to farm their lands except in
I n result Ohio citizens are coming torn winter when prices are high In the How Water I Is Heated. I electric chair as their price: for the session, told the statements made to i ithe jury, find the defendant Rufus

j ,; Florida to see for themselves. northern markets. The real estate Few of the houses in the south have crime. her by Rufus following a quarrel with i Chesser, guilty of murder in the first

''t -0t' boom has taken land out of cultivation hot water heating plants other than I If they should fail in the Sally! Sally on July 4th. degree( as charged So say we all"

I That real estate dealer In Hialeah into building lots, thus reducing tanks on the roof which catch the :i Doyle: case, they said another attempt : :The day after the Fourth he came I Mother Breaks Down

I' who started the ball rolling about the the native food supply, and l rammed rain water, which Is heated by the will. be made in the case ofDilabfrry. to me and told me that If he'd had a | The mother of the young man, Mi -.
Should
t' t I Loom being over in Miami in order to''I'I I the railroads with passengers and sun to a comfortable bathing tempera- I sentenced young Chesser be gun the day before, Sally and Willio Maggie Chesaer, broke down. She had l
to death for I
!
slaying his
buy land cheap, has now to roll\ the"ball ,I' freight, making outside food-stuffs ture. This is known as the solar system Ia', etheart lie will leave the electric Jeff would not have come home, that I to be assisted from the room. The
uphill'" by advertising' "in the papers hard to move in. of heating and the real estate 1 chair still he would have killed them," Mrs. father bowed his head in his hands.
,
1 :I 1 that he is a very poor prevaricator. Feeding the folks is the biggest en- I i salesman usually makes a special 1. debt swing the state of Florida, Boyles said. A women small and | Judge Gray charged the j jury to cun-
fothe :
a murder of ,
Dilaberrv.
terprize, next to real estate, and slight of stature, her_ bright dark *>. alder the
oI point 01 ic.Communication. ey g insanity aspect 01 the case,
;/" ,i'r'' Florida/ scores again. A tourist who every town and hamlet has more restaurants 1 I is difficult, even which circumstances.Both was comitted. under similar snapped as she made her statement. >i which was the backbone of the defense

\ has spent years In California is now than the native population by telephone. So. over-taxed are the "They were not exactly on good j, argument. He read them the law

s at Keystone Heights his first trip to.it .' would seem to warrant, but all are phones thnt people use the telegraphfor announced state today and they defense had attorneys cmpleted terms," she said, in answer to a ,'i I covering this, which says that legal I

and he the crowded. quicker communication with question as to whether there was insanity is a defence and that
Florida, says prefers near proper
it; ate of this section to California. Sandwiches Are Up by business offices. I their cases at 11:45: this morning and trouble between Rufus and Sally. "He l I j the defendant's condition of mitvll ,
cllm-I said ,
'I' I food they were ready for argument. didn't
Sandwiches reflect like
; of 'em do, even Harold Keats usually This is slowing telegraph service on ( Court then Willie Jeff saying she was j I prior to or after the crime is not to be '
until c
A sandwich and of Coffee I was adjourned 2 making mischief .
prices. a cup between him and Sal-
though he draws his pay for lying to incoming messages because boys car..., o'clock when considered. He defined the degree of
the contrary at Fort Pierce cost me 35c, 15c tying messages from office to office arguments were started. Jy. Sally, though wanted to get rid murder saying that under the law tN

: -o- I I' going for the coffee. On the west I neglect the outside wires. I I Sheriffs Testify. ,of him, but didn't know hew. She was .jury should determine whether yew, '
the luncheon be had I John Hall and Jess I afraid of him."
:1' Jacksonville will have the largest''' roast same could Postoffice boxes sell\ for $250 in Quigley, deputy I Chesser was guilty of first degreemurder.
b '' ', for 25c. :sheriffs, were the first two witnesses Mrs. Boyles said that Sally and Ru-
Miami and j .
.
I because The
ingle passenger terminal In the world 1 Tampa mail ser he told them hu" .1j ;
i! The food Is uniformly tad and its |called this morning. They both testi- fus began going together after Sally
1 fy vice Is and the mail recommendation of
heavy. by majority
; 'i when the additions now In course of poor mercy a iI -
fied Chesser had j
that nursed
Trice gains an upward momentum as apparently was him
per- through illness
!:: a severe

Telephones too are of the would l'f'
premium jurors bring
r II! construction are completed. If the I at a I ., a
,fectly normal when
approaches the tropics where the and one sell the right his they arrested him seven years ago. Both she" and term.
northern may to
? papers keep on abusing horde in his home two hours after the the youth's mother
greatest of (people is found. trag. said tie two had
phone number for $150.Middleburg. The state will
Florida, Jacksonville will\ soon be the been not press the chargeof -
I Travelers seldom find they have edy. "realeweethearts" for two
I years.
largest' city In the world at the rate for Chesner maintained when he Mrs.: Boyles said murdering Laurie Dillaberry, broth-
brought enough money their daily took that Saly! was 24, ( er-In-Iaw of
t, 1 they are now pouring In. expense and the wires burn with messages the stand, that he remembered practically much older than Rufus.. the defendant, who w.i-
shot down
Youth by Chesser onhe
-0- I home for more. I saw a New nothing regarding; the affair. Roy Genan, brother-in-law of Chess I same
I I Thnt elditor of the Newport (Tenn.) Englander: motoring with his wife Willie Jeff Boyles, sister of the ser, another witness called by the state night he killed the Boyles girl. ThI '<
,' Herald, who reprinted the Keats ar slain girl the last witness in rebuttal I indictment will be filed away, according
"p' and children at Gainesville. lie said i was to tes gave more testimony un-
,, ticle carried in another column of Found Guilty favorable to State's Attorney Charles :M.
his average family meal cost $7.00 tify. She again gave details of the to the youth's cause.
Durrance.
'f ';\{ 'today's Telegraph, solemnly assured' and indigestion for all in the cheapest murders as she saw them on the nightof lie told, in answer to questions by I
I 1 his renders that he believed it to beil places and he had counted on getting I the affair. the state how he had been awakened Will Go to Supreme Court

I I I' true. And we. send missionaries to by on $15.00 a day for the crowd. (Continued from page 3.) The defense's sole hope now, even by Rufus on the night of the killing ,j The case will be taken to tin*
.
Afrlc-a te enlighten the natives! Let's As counsel admits! is to at 11:45: o'clock. court defense counsel sai'l.! +
il I elsewhere, Greeks lead the field State's Attorney Charles M. Dur- play on the sympathies | supreme ,
/ j' tor start nearer home. 'I of food vendors. Their prices In Miami ranee, prsecuting the case with the I of the jury or to get across "Roy I ,have killed Laurie and Sally I Just how the higher court will he ,
-- 100 their argument that the boy was legal and every-one of.them asked to review the trial not "
and Tampa are per cent higrh- aid of Ion A. Farris assistant state's Genan quo- was announced
The well founded rumors that Starke Jack-sonville attorney, brought out on redirect testimony ly insane at the time he killed his ted Chesser as saying. although the defense will undoubtedly -

Is to hove some noted developers In 1'' per that the brother appeared to be i sweetheart and his brother-In-law, 'You and Esther (Rufus' sister) try to find something in the

her midst at an early date, set real I Two slices of fried bread-the favorite normal on the afternoon of the shooting Laurie i Dilaberry on the Jacksonville get dressed and come up to the house procedure which they think: will b>'

_ estate up another notch. There Is a breakfast dish-unusually cost 50c. and that a few minutes before the: road three miles north of Green Cove with me. I'm going to tell papa and construed as a "reversible error" by

limit to such, however, and a town's Clothing High\ tragedy. ,Springs. mama and then kill myself. Trial of'Chenr"wns t' e only ca'"

growth can be held back by her citizens Prices of clothing and other commodities Seemed Plans of the defense to rest their 'Roy wonder if I could escape the set for herring at a special term "f
Natural.
r : placing such high prices on property are proportionately high. "lte caSe without calling a single witness .country and live right again." Genan the supreme tribunal.

r' as to discourage the develcper. and In. Shaves cost 30c in most towns. Shirts Voice while spoke we in were a natural In Green tone Cove of changed perforce yesterday when further quoted his brother-in-law, Trial of Chesser was the only case

(3 vestor.'a cost me $4.50 for the $2.50 kind. I Springs and just before he shot Judge DeWitt T. Gray, presiding at shifting uneasily as he spoke set for hearing at a special term of

( I bought them because the laundriesare [ illUHhfintf on the road.," Mrs. Dilaberry ; my_ the trial In circuit court, told defense Youth Not Nurveoua circuit court. His conviction comestwo
R "What is moonshine In the coun- HO overtaxed. You are lucky if. testified. counsel that he could not charge the Genan said the youth was not a months and two days after thekilling
!
try, Is a bally sunstroke In the towns, I you< get your duds back clean, sur- "I still think a whole lot of Rufus ", Jury on the Insanity contention on bit nervous and that the next time he of Laurie Dillaberry and Sail.

d A a man's community name should position have or standing effect'with in j prised if all are there and astonished I'she told Mr. Durrance in answer to ,a'' the evidence brought out on direct saw him he was in jail at Green Cove Boyles described by state attorneyas
no ;if on time. testimony shortly before 3 o'clock Springs.
ft question as to whether she still loved' one of the most "attxeious' and
1 the officers
when It comes to I Of conditions generally one cham her brother. I yesterday afternoon, the defense was Following Mrs. Boyles' testimony -old-Wooded murders in the annals "fic
arresting a man for drunkenness. :More of | granted time to confer with witnesses. Judge Gra '
ger commerce secretary, said to Mrs. Dilaberry said that her hus- ; ordered a recess: until 0:30: United Statel.
S respect for the law would be shownIf me: "Rents, living costs and food.'band her [I Mr. and :Mrs James R. Chesser, fatb. this morning.
a policy of 'h'ewlng to the line" were three-year-old baby hen*!Der and mother of the accused his sister The
(prices are way beyond the war prices. brother, James Chesser, Sally Boyles case possibly may go to the Lakeland-Building permits for
adopted. ,There i 1s no end to the money that and Willlo Jeff Boyles, were in the car j I widowed by his hand Mrs. Mattie jury late this afternoon, though it i Is first 15 days of October, totaled $417-&

t" a-- ,the people are dumping in on us, and when the party departed from Middle- Dilaberry his brother James, who also expected to be prolonged until tomorrow 275.
: It Is now leaking out that President I testified damagingly against Rufus
5 i .we can't be stopped from taking it. burg about 6 o'clock on the night ofthe morning.
u AVarfield of the Seaboard was aboard We are getting our share of that good dual killing She told and the defendant gathered in the -- --
how
1 the limited train that exceeded the coin northern sharpers made during dropped abruptly from Rufus jail for conference. I Double Slayer Convicted, !Must Die Error Hard to Eraa'cate.'

speed limit through Starke by some the war when we were not In on the through her husband's the party When the defense announced "ready" i for Slaying Girl. Error, we are poetically assured

I. fifty miles one night recently and clean-up. "When driving. however, only Mrs. Chester and her Green Cove Springs, Nov. 7-Rufus when wounded writhes !ID pain and undergoes
that It was not ignorance but orders. we got through our business son took the stand. Chesser, youthful Clay
4 I Housing congestion Is acute and In Green Cove, buying groceries and : county slayerof an almost Immediate demise

; And chances are the potential murder. rents consequently are high. The average other things, we saw Rufus in Ford 11 Said Love Was The Cause. his sweetheart and.Is -other-in- bat in sober truth we know otherwise.
1' er was patted on the back for his clever a law, was blocked in desperate Error Is like unapplnj
lll' 1( return on the investment on roadcter," Mrs. Dilaberry said. "He "Strong medicine and love of Sally a attempt a decapitated
ness in putting one over on a hick I small houses Is 50 per cent a year. Illustrations parked behind our car and called to Boylesis responsible for my boy's to ercape from custody today. turtle that continues to hang on for

3'\ town. I of this and the reaction Sally but she got in the Dilaberry being in jail," Mrs. Chesser almost When Deputy Sheriff Jees Quigley unconscionable lengths of time after It
car
__ __ I high rents have caused, will be told In without going to him. wailed to the jury as she was excused 11 went to the county jail preparatory ought to recognize the nature of tht
J later article. to bringing: the boy into the situation and die.
COUNTY EXHIBITS ,a "As we started home Rufus drove after a thorough, but considerate court-
t The house wife must expect in ahead of us until
we came to the sec
IV.
t TO SET RECORD
Florida the and
pests discomforts ond of two bridges. Then he let us

.. AT COMING FAIR which always come in a warm country; pass. Three miles out, the left , 'n .. ,
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rear .. I
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heat mosquitoes, ants, and roaches tire of 'r -' n. '
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ti Jacksonville, '-:=-More counties our car blew out. My husband
J lit. that are two inches long, and frequent and James got out
1 .are reserved spare for exhibit at to fix it. Whenwe

I ,'. the Florida State Fair, which will be omissions by the ice man, which stopped Rufus stopped 20 feet LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith
f her from November 19 to 13, than causes the food to spoil rapidly. back of us. He called James for a

\, S ever before In the history of the State The houses are mostly one-story affairs i talk. James came back to our car af

', TUr Association. It la announced. which offer the least possible ter a short talk and was called back

: The various counties are availing protectron during the summer heat, again!

1 '!y themselves of the opportunity to place and are so flimsy constructed with no Heard Quarrel.

I their outstanding merits before the cellar or heating plant that there "We could hear James telling Rufus

;, thousands of tourist and prospective are times in the winter when the damp not to act like that. Then Rufus called PEEK REALTY COMPANYSTARKE '

bettler who will visit the State Fair chill which settles over the land make Sally to come to him three times.
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I and It Is announced that t over fourteen your teeth chatter under any number 'Rufus, I can't come,' she told him. FLORIDA

'A croup and special exhibit will of blankets. 'All right then, you ain't coming,' _

k Le represented U t&* larlooa tit The children are the greatest suffer- he said. .. ,.. .
l" 1" tAethA.. ',fen from the high living costs. Nour '"1.\11. right then here' to it/ he : ..' "" .. n .. : :,: ', ', ': :. ',,, ', '" : ",




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