Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
August 28, 1925
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Held in Starke Last Thursday, Friday I II I Cove Springs, August 21.- CAME CAPTURED BYCOMMISSIONER I Hall or..! He..hl.'nt'1'111 is Fractured phOne

and Saturday at High School Building According to a special to the Times- WILL 1f car Stops Crosswise. on Road ," q ,
I $250,000-Still Mends"!I Union from St. Augustine published BE RELEASED AGAINBy .Warning, J 1 Ether Tries to Mis it.
Twenty-nine white and three col- in Monday's daily, the County commissioners I
ored took;; the regular examinationsheld of St. Johns county have ( W. S. Patrldge) Jaeli.onvilloiitftnt 21.-M. N. 1 "
last Thursday, Friday and Sat- approved n tentative plan for road Tallahassee, Aug. 21.-Seven deer, : >n, I[ Clink' dealer ilFort Myers anI! _
urday by Superintendent Wiggins at :and br-dire: work for thnt county which penned unlawfully, in a county where I White Springs real estate with rcsl1 -
the high\ school building. The ques- II will Involve an c-thediture of $2,000- such game Is abundant have been : sienna 1 at the Monroe hotel, -ISO West I
tions given applicants for teacher's 000 The plan will be presented to the seized by'the State Game CommiI :,,:i- ,ii' i; Monroe\ street, for the last year was li
certificates are made up by the state : voters: of the county at an early date stoner Ha plans to transfer thorn' r, instantly killed, In n traffic mixup f1 I
board of public instruction and fur for their approval and those who are I, to a county where the supply, once I about ton miles out on the Lake City t i'
nished the county superintendents host informed say there is no doubt : abundant, hue been wiped out by the road late yenteriln afternoon' when
who must auperntend the examina I that thc proposition will carry by n reckless hunter. Tho deer will for I, .,' the car in which ho wan riding\ overturned 1 T
tions. big majority. The special dispatch liberated to breed in the four times. Four other perSons -
teachers and certi- lays: woodlalld'i in the machine with ('lark was
Names of grade fd F p. xxv.R The commissioner believes
ficate they took examination for were I "Two important items arc the road I get the cooperation of the people of I, badly bruised. but escaped serious injury :
listed as follows: linking with the Shnndi. bridge, to bed I the county in the preservation of I r and Captain Wdlter 1'urvls of f'f'I r
Special-S. S. Dowling. built across the St. Johns river, and I these and other gamo. Game violators I /liiiifonl, said to be driver of the\ second ', i t
First Grade-Elma Thomas, H. C. touching this county at Orongodale. i iI who having been apprehended have I car In the accident, suffered a I'

Wimberly, Jr., Barney McRae. Arden | Gradually the plans cf Mr. A. G.I journeyed to tho capital to fix matters I fractured right arm. .
Brown. i Shands. who received! a franchise up with Commissioner and been Others Injured
Second Grade-Free Wynn, Arthur 1 from the last.legislature. j jf throw.a I given to understand that the law will I. T. Leslie of 1217 Main street
McRae, Nora Ormond, Ralph Carmichael I bridge across the St. Johns river nre l be administered impartially and must I vice president of the O. W. (Company
Ruth Smith, Mary Caroway, :, retting into shape. Some knotty prob- take its course. was painfully\ bruised and complained
Lillie Mae Anderson, Maud Mitchell.B. | !<>ms had to be worked out and one of i I "They all look alike to me," says of injury to his back. He was taken !
W. Wall, T. B. Finholster. those was to secure tho enthusiastic i the commissioner, "when they have homo.
Third Grade-Ola Vnrnes, Leila ,iY OA Tie I endorsement of the St. Johns county ), broken the law." This boy, Everett Adams, it, of W. V. Ransom, 500 Stockton street,
Sapp, Alice Patten, Dorothy Patten, commissioners backed up by the peo Wilmington, 0.( confesses murder driver of the car In which Mr. Clark
Laura Joyner, Agnes Joyner, Ruby Mrs. Annice Prinder, 64, has I pIe. A bridge across the rives, from State Road Department of A. A. Clawson, Lodl, N. Y., who was riding, a largo Nesting car was
has been mending bathing suits at I 1 Dr. Fons A. Hathaway, State Road him a lift in hi. flivver out bruised
Rosier, Gladys Williams, Debbie Phillips Green Cove Springs, with no road to Sir ...J
Hie Fla. for IB years Her Chairman, returned to Tallahassee on MI urL The boy, "broke," '
I A Mr. and Mrs
Camp n Woolity
Mrs. Theressa Kin- with the other side manifestly
Pearl Green, connect on
'Invested Tn real estate I
savings, and threw the
Tuesday. encouraged body
over .
chloe, Harold JCinchloe. have just netted her 1250,000 would have ben no benefit to I EO..Qa.aon Now he IUd trial who redo In tho Clark car, were bruised
the result that the belives
State Scholarships, U. of F., and F. What Ia she going to doT "Keep I us and! would have been a "white' were but sufficiently recovered by the ;
S. W. C.-Iris Epperson, Mozelle on mending.suits/ lays. "At elephant" on the hands of builders. I achieve by the meeting betwen reb- tune they! reached St. Luke's to be1
McGruder. 54 one la too old to lose their head I Thin. matter now seems entirely settled resentatives of the department, contractors ---- taken home. f
s Colored-A. O. Jenkins, Sarah over a quarter million." as the St. Johns county commissioners transportation companies and! EXHIBIT REMAINS The body of Mr. Clark was takon
Jenkins Mildred Paul. have tentatively provided for ,; road material men. The railroad admitted MONSTER ANIMALSueiles in charge by the Connnts, Company. r
n road to tho bridge. The people of that they had not furnished a He was about 45 years of age Ill*
INVERNESS CUT-OFF St. Johns county realize the tremendous sufficient supply of cars for moving Long Extinct: Believed' IS,. wife ia spending' the summer in Col
CERTIFICATE TO BE NINE DEPUTIES ARREST advantages the bridge wit be :i material The department, whilo onido, according( To'Taillli ..d-uir nn
FILED IIY RAILROAD !MARCO HOUSE BUILDER to the county and they are thoroughly 'recognizing the responsibility of tho 000.000.IUS of Age. I his body, and will be notified by e"'' .... .... .....
enthusiastic for its construction. ;contractor, urged close cooperation ph as soon all her address Is as- yYl
Proposed Trackage Would;; Give Sea "Jim Daniels Held In Dispute Over i I between all forces concerned. The Brooksville-The remains of a mono curtained this morning. h
While having in mind the development RobertMurdock
Land Title roads have promised a greater number onstroun animal.. ,. believed by .._ According to tho story by :Mr.!
board Two Separate Routes Into of all\ of this portion of the ..
of cars and it Is believed that the : or the h riorum hock 1-rodur- Ransom he was returning to Jackson* "
Tampa state. Mr. Shands, foremost thoughthas will be materlall of this city, in who quarry
program speededup.
l\larco-Flrst steps toward deter Company, vllle with his party, all of who were
been the greatest! good to result to
embedded to IH.OOO-
the of they found Interested In real estate, and driving
mining ownership disputed Green Cove from the
construction -
Tampa, August 22.-Brooksvllle I 000ears old, and of a Hpeclos long
property on Marco Island were taken and location' of the bridge.At about 8:15 miles an hour when they approached -,, _
and Inverness Railway yesterday here when "Jim" Daniel BRADENTON:. IAN LEAGUE oxtnict, are being; exhibited hero and\ Captain Purvis whose car
today Captain
first it have the
planned to
yesterday gave notice it will file ap. INITIAL:. HALES TODAY at Tnnipa.
tho slda ha
-, a resident for 61 years, was ar- western approach to the bridge some- WOlf parked at road as
plication with the Interstate Com- rested by nine deputy sheriffs whenhe where in the north suburb, but this The animal, beliuvcd to bo a tyrannosaurus worked with tho engine.Hwlnga .
merce Commission at Washington fora attempted to start construction of plan was changed for the reason that Sixteen Cent Body Sell to 1I1"Ulber"At has foot spread| of four feet Into Ditch
certificate that the prevent and a house on what he claims to be gov- i the bridge will make possible a circleof 20 Cents.Bradenton and the probable length of its jaw As they approached, Mr. Ransom
'future public convenience and necessity ernment land open for homestead I travel from Jacksonville to St. Au- s bone in proportion to its teeth and /said, Cab tain Purvis started across j
require the construction by It of rights. gustine thence to and across the -"The Hradcnton Idua" other bones discovered would be four the road, saw them, stopped, or either
a railroad from Holder, in Citrus'county The action was taken by settlers, '' bridge and back to Jacksonville over was exemplified today, when tho first foot and conservative. estimate being confused or believing ho could -
in a general southerly dlree- led by Walter Williams, to force o 'I' the ;rft.; Johns Scenic rr lrhay.. The'1 station to bo opened by tho Sixteen would i,luco It at 20 feet In length It I. make hill way dcroiii, started on a ain.
; tion to Brooksvillo, Hernando county, decision in the dispute in the courts, original tentative location of the (ent Gasoline League of Bradanton was nud., In the meantime Ransom said he had '
a distance of eighteen and seventy- i and settle the question of whetherthe bridge would have left nearly all of begun\ to serve member of tho league The hack. molar' by exuct mt .r four one-hundredths miles, all in the lond belongs to Collier or to the Green Cove Springs out of the circle will i gasoline at twenty cants per gallon mont I.- nix and thr /e-quurtur Inches 1'urvlii, so far that he could not /get
state of Florida. I United States government.! Captain of travel. This wan a very serious long\ and four inches wide. Tho roots buck. Ho drove in the ditch, nnd turn. !
it The territory mentioned' is known Daniels volunteered to cause his arrest objection and Mr. Shands began negotiations '1'\\0 pumps set up nt the station are two and ono-half inches wide and ed flhnritly, ; to regain tho /grnde. Cap. I
y as the Inverness Cut-off which, If In order to start the case throughthe / to secure on approach on wore kept busy, for as soon as word< three and ft half to four linchus long. |I taut I'urviH! was .struck apparontly be-
&closed up, would give the Seaboard courts. Red Bay Point, south of Green Cove got out that the .station was In sorvieu Them were probably five of those < fore tho Ransom car wont Into the
jj Air Line-of which the Brooksville Sheriff \Maynard has gone to Tallahassee Springs, and these negotiations have cars began to roll up, singly at roots t.> one tooth It was surmised.. I ditch, as It shot back onto the steep +
j y and Inverness is a subsldary, two separate where he said he had been' terminated successfully and the fir t, then in groups. fairly blocking The ivory enamel on tho is I ,rude and overturned. Several wit- v
.' and distinct routes into Tampa summoned for a conference by Gov. bridge will be built from Red Bay Central; avenue., where the station is one-fourth Inch' thick. One perfect niMinoB of tho crash said that it rolled J i,
from the Waldo junction in Alachua John W. Martn of Florida. He an- Point on the Western bank of the loco t ed. cusp stand above tho body of the I. over four times, spilling moat of the
county. One would be the new route nounced that Marron G. Collier is to river, to Oranpedalo on the eastern 1 ho league hobes to bring the priced tooth an inch and n half. There 1..1. passengers out before it completedover
completed by the closing of the In- meet him In too state capital. bank. This will\ add a great deal of ,*'n to sixteen cents, which will be a distance of one and I three-quarters turning. '+
verness Cut-off, leading from Gaines Gov. Martin is being asked also beauty to the circle drive and bring accomplished If the state forgoes the Inch from one polntof the cusp. to the I Dr. Minnie K. Flnrk, of New Yorlc!
ville, through Dunnelon) and Holder to receive a delegation of homestead I|I I all cars through Green Cove Spring fom'.cent tax. The league claims exemption point of another. The chaps' on one I city, who was driving Into Jacksonville i
to Brooksville, and on into Tampa. claimants who are demanding that I' and by the Spring showing a large from this, inasmuch as 1t is tooth are one and one-half inches rendered' first alii., 'rclephnn.from .
The other follows the established the sheriff and his armed deputiesbe I part of the prettiest portion of the not retailing gas, but merely serving apart, there being four single cusps mesnagos. brought aid Jackson
main line from Jacksonville, through removed from the island. Meetings II I I city. This, of course, means that members of the league/ In co-operative and n single cusp to each tooth, ville. '
Waldo and into Tampa through Plant of citizens In Immoknlee and Naples some provision will\ have: to be made buying I and distributing l service.At Tho main nerve canal opening ut J. 8. Ciuluer: justice of the took
City.The have demanded that the governor remove I to build a road from the bridge at tho stations supplied' with gaao- the l base of the teeth In one and I In whone district tho accident
Waldo Junction has formed the sheriff from office. Red Bay Point, through the Wakill linu by the big companies the price is three-quarter Inched In diameter. The place, said last night that an Inquestwill ,
the Seaboard I 2S' vents. animal show. where the be held! as soon an Deputy (Sheriff .:
the branching point on lands and tho Cove to connect with tusk of the .
I south LOW YIELDS PER I The league in/ bringing Its gasoline entered In 11. L. Lindsay and Constable W. \
one route loading to Tampa, one the brick pavement on Palmetto ave I flesh and hone structure
route leading west to Way Key, off, ACRE EXPECTED nue. Considering the great benefit here by rail from Shreveport, La., I cono shiipcd form. There are ten layers 1I"aircloth complete an Investigation. I,,-1,,

Levy County. Report on Principal Crop Throughout tho bridge will be to the town this I and the management say. it can pay of Ivory in this tusk. Each ring, CO. G. ItKl'URNKII: KltOM CAMP ( :
Following filing of the application U. S. Is Announced. will be an Insignificant expense1. the land haul rate as against the water said Martin Chamberlin, probably JOHNSTON SUNDAY
;> for certificate of necessity of construction Mr. Shands has had several very hauls of the big companies and presents a cycle of time of about 100 'i.
of the proposed trackage, a Tallahassee-Low yields per acre flattering! offers from financially rep- till make a margin of profit at 20c. years. The huge monster therefore Co. G. 121th Infantry, completedIts I
' ;:" .' hearing :will be set by the Interstate are to be expected this year for the utable concerns to finance the con- There are 000 member. in the league. died at tho early age of 1,000 years, two weeks tour of duty at Camp

! !..iR7. Comerce Commission. principal crops of the United States struction of the bridge, but he has not NOTICE he declared. Johnston and returned,' home Sunday
. r' the Department of Agriculture announces. yet accepted any proposition, preferring *)no bone that was found Is petrified on tho morning train. Officers and
SIX LOSE. LIVES IN STORMSIN I Published fignreg! show thata to wait until he had worked'out School board met in special session weighing four pounds. It ii Is men alike agree that this year's encampment .
SOUTH GEORGIA yield of all crops combined are 4.5 all other details. today at call of Supt. Wlggl na. L. thought to be tho ear bone. It measure was the !bent: held In the
percent under list year's crops! and6..a All indications to the W. Klckliter and G. M. Inman present : .Ix inches In length and four pant several year
Mitchell County Is Heaviest Hit by per cent below tho ten year average point assurance inches In width. The local company qualified mora
.' that actual work on the bridge I I
Tornado is the outlook judging by present will begin within a short time. Petitions from Bradford, Brooker, The discovery of the bones of the men In the rifle competition than any
i condition/ Only once in the past 12years and Ziff asking for an election toI" animal were made In a mass of material other company In the Second Batta
'. Atlanta, Ca. Aug. 22.-A toll of six has the prospect for yields beenso hereto ."iHolidate was received and ordered found on tho floor pit In the Ion, which speak well for the training .
.y1 1 lives and property damage estimated low at this time of the year, the Palatka-2300-acre tract near puUishad.i t morning, following: an all-night excavation they rtcuived prior to tho annual .
at $250,000 was. reported today In the except:on being In 1921. be developed Into new. subdivision,i i, L. W. Kirkliter, Chairman.III. at the quarry. _, vncamnnicn. Two qualified alt sharp..
.... wake of a series of tornadoes and Drouth in the corn belt and the I at cost of $500,000. B. Wiggins. SUl't.I The fact that tho animal had tuskswould hooters and seven ns marksmen
wind storms which swept through southwestern states is the principal. that I"I their scoter being at follows:
indicate It tyrannosaurus -
'southern'Georgia. cause of the poor showing. he said. Sgt. Run 1' rirlnson. -221 out of a
The heaviest damage was done In The figures Issued by the Crop Reporting I I possible 2CQ, sharpshooter.
1 r. What I Know About You I I.011' On the other hand thin may be the .
Mitchell county, where three person Board, based Ofl the condition 1- Lt W. It. ' out of a
were killed at Sales City when lightning of crops on August }, show that jaw bone of the dinosaur, whose broken possible 2.;>0, sharpshooter.
truck a house in which they yields of various crops are expectedto ")-. throenerd: Oil*... tusk remains as evidence of this Sgt. F. C. Stern213 out of a posiblo -
sought refuge. Other buildings' were be below their ten-year average by 0". fray, Chamberlain declared. 2.0, marksman.
struck by lightning' or razed by the the following percentages: ;'you drink too many "told" Ie, A WEEKS COMPANY Capt. J. L. Puck-210 out of a possible
"terriffle wind. The dead were 'Mrs Cotton f 0) per cent, potatoes 3.5 percent btvtragei. <-, 250, marksman
\\' Albert Pitts and two children Julian oats 3.2 per cent sweet potatoes "Yot* fat lOll much.yon !. R. A. Weeks, of Brooker, has purchased Corporal L. B. Lybrand-209! out of ,
.,,:' Gregory 11, and Tony Webb, 10. 12 per cent, tobacco 6.1-per cent, sugar do not yard blood the interests of Messrs. N. T. a possible 2CO, marksman. .
t v .At Moultrie, Ga., a negro'churcby beets 9.3; per cent apples 11 per ,}.,,: 1l. tirelaHoit told "' /1", '"-'.tiftciitly" irt she and J. H. Ritch In the WeekslcitchCompany Pvt. C. Andrew-208 out of a possible .
and several houses were destroyed by cent, barley 1.7 pet cent, grain sorghum Da. JOHN Jottm XUttUa. naval stores operators of 250, marksman.
, the wind, while at Blakely a minature 15.7 per cent. The only crops e ea Brooker, and the business will be Sgt. F. D. Wilkinson-205 out of a
cloudburst was reported. for which increased yield per acre continued *y Mr. Weeks under the possible 250, marksman. .
." are expected are spring wheat, whichIs a ThJa newspaper ." this Week of- name of the R. A. Weeks Company. Corporal A. IA'ach-200 out of a .
Camilla, Ga.-Three persons were expected to run over the five-year ferlnft Its reader a new aid valuable possible 250, marksman
killed near Sales City late yesterday average yield per acre by about one. feature. Dr. John Joseph TICKETS MADE UP Corporal John 1'"rroul1a-200 out

afternoon when a house in which they: tenth of a bushel, and a few crops! 2 Gaines, a physician of 85 year experience FOR TOWN ELECTION of a possible 250:; marksman.PRESBYTERIAN .
were seeking refuge from a storm
concentrated In limited the
Clerk C. A. Futvh has completedthe
and still la will
., was struck by lightning. practice,
list including citrus fruits, olives, walnuts -
I4 ticket for the town election to beheld
In Colquitt county a negro chutcband fit week tell ro4 of tftnple full -
7 I hops, sugar cane, buck-wheat every 8th and It
+ Tuesday, September "A Work" will be the
several farm buildings were and some vegetable. I j .. for health. He will save yoOmany great subjectof
I Is given in full below. Only one of- the morning sermon at 11 o'clock.!
blown down and a tree uprooted bya I The total production of all 'I suffering' hoar If you will
severe wind and rain stdrm. No combined Is expected to be about crops 3 read and etlon.. He fice has two! contestant, that of marshaL "Common Sense" will be the subjectof S
per I I prevention the sermon at 8:00: o'clock In the
injuries were reported. ; believes In of disease.He .
cent lower than,last year, and lower Mayor. C. L. Peek. .
the storm thi of tell how In the freedom evening.The
During garage
than In other recent ex- you
any years I Alderman, 2 C. W. Alder.
years Sunday school meet at 10.,1'11.
Bert Bennett was destroyed by fir 1911 and 1921. and carelessness of full health
as a result of being struck by light' eep you throw yourself open to dan man, C. Jf. Hoover. Mid-week prayer meeting at 9:00
,, Alderman, 1 year, D. C. Jones. o'clock f
Wednesday evening This
ning. An automobile housed in Palmetto-"The Palmetto
the Model A N"I. Celrk, treasurer and tax collector, service will be followed by Choir
'installs new Duplex
structure destroyed.
was ;
Read Dr Galaa article. lal,. C.. A. Ii'utch.Martha' .
t tice. Each member of the choir .U
to erop.was.
Heavy damage Melbourne-$750,000 elvle Improvement ahn Joseph Gains MD w..k-EVERT WEEK. A. L. Alvarez, 1(. Austin. requested to be present fo ran Important .

ported. program being considered. ] Tax assessor-C. A. Knight.r.J -J' I pracMce. rY

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: DISCONTENT SEETHES tiers interested in the survey were t/ of this country

IN COLLIER COUNTY arrested, and made to plead guilty under s 'k11oofiInE .
IettCt with the
I OVER FENCING CLAIM threats. An attorney ia preparing About jour w ) whom
-- a suit for heavy damages against I
I: Feeling Intense Since Went Coast Collier, he said which will be filed in : : MEN WHO FAIL IN LOVE ffealth i -for the whole world

Deputy-Disappeared federal court. I WrTW'111E1R NOcRAI'HeRS, r \ All over the United States ti-.

Tampa, Fla., August 15.-Reports The first public information of the PINO OUT-rtcYCAi'DICTATE average age of man In incrlalngEvery ;
that a deputy sheriff mysteriously Impending strife was given on Thursday I I -T&TWBM AFTERated 1HEY'ReMARRIEDf Things You Should Know year saved in adult iiI

dUuppoared from the west coast sec when Williams appealed to his means an increase in the nation,
tion of the Everglades where feelingis Tampa agents to send state or federal> wealth. It costa money to biink
tense over a struggle for land between officials to Marco, to relieve the ten 0 up children as well u effort ana

the Barron G. Collier interestson I sity. \:) -... "\ .)'.
one side and old homestead claim. In connection with the appeal, It r BrisbaneTHE In the State of New York the
ants and new settlers on the other, was said today, that iil feeling has By Arthur average age has risen from twen-
followed rumors today of threatened been'evident on the island for three Ills ty-four years in 1840 to thirty
; violence, unless official steps are taken years and flared into sudden priml- RADIO MIRACLE. years now. This means that com

by state or federal authorities. nence last winter when a deputy .,by John Joseph Oslnea,M.DOUR KILL AT 100 MILES. mon have sense,added science six and years good to doctors the
The little Island of Marco, in Collier sheriff disappeared and no trace of of individual.
MAN LIVES LONGER. average age every
t county, where Barron O. Collier, him has been found since INVISIBLE FOES.A -

l f.. New York advertising magnate is Williams declared an investigationby state of mind Is that MAUSOLEUM AND TRIPLETS.The The years are added in the
carrying out one of the largest developments state or federal authorities would in which we believe that we MONEY EARNING period. Sup.
11 in Florida, is seething reveal among other things, wide op- haven't an enemy in the world. world has never known such pose the average adult's work a
with dissatisfaction, according to reports perations of a Collier county liquor There may be good reason for not a miracle as the miracle of the worth to this nation $10 a day,
received here today and with and that's a low estimate. You
distributing such serenity. But radio. And no man living knows
armed deputies representing the Collier ring.Collier was absent today from his there are, in fact millions of what radio and moving pictures can figure out for yourself how
interests patroling the Island, office in New York on his yacht, but deadly foes about us, invisible, unrecognized combined are destined to do for much it means In money to add
and W. G. Williams, head of the organization ," although they admit "some controversy" until it la forever too education.As six years to every adult's life.
his there declared )
i that represented the town representatives tt" rises over the ownership of late In many instances to check railroads shortened men's Cut the $10 to $5. Cut that

i of Marco leading an opposing organ. situation is being "grossly exagger. the! land on Marco Island. their depredations.The journeys, and telegraphy shortened amount and in half others to not allow working for
women ,
ization, the situation is tense. I invisible foe Is erer a men- transmission! of messages, so
still have
and a saving,
An appeal has been made by the I. ace to life. We may combat the radio and moving pictures will increase you of national wealth to the an
Williams forces, asking federal and known enemy: -or, if he ia too big make shorter by more than nine- tune of seventy-five millions of
of America e Wlr we may beat a safe re tenths the journey along the tiresome -
,i state intervention into what they say. The Democracy for ; but the thug in the dark at- road of knowledge. dollars a year.
vrlll be revealed as "high handed" operations
reasons that dead men tell no .
of a political ring and the tales. It la the concealed weapon -miles in Ours is a civilization of Interesting
MacMillan 8,700 away
activity of well organized liquor contrasts. For Instance, con
that does the harm. The deadly and Interviewed
ice called
the Arctic is
band. The Williams faction also is ra submarine is an invisible foe, ter- radio up sider the father who lives in two
by answeringthe
; asking for the removal of Sheriff W. rible in action, and yet the microscopic Associated Press questionswith whitewashed rooms in Jersey City.
; B. Maynard, who, they say baa taken I germ kills morel! his own broadcasting appa Out of work, he was worrying
i 1 up his residence at the home of the It Is my purpose in this series ratus. about feeding seven children when
articles, to discuss "our invisIble the neighbor called in "to help
local Collier representative at Cax- qf
4 t foes" Iron*the standpoint of Later, when he starts flying, his wife," announced triplets,
'.' ambaa and is heading the armed pa. one why has been for thirtythreeyears MacMillan will be able to answer making the number of his children
: trol.The an active clinician, and who questions by radio while In eight TEN.
trouble has arisen land
over is still so, engaged in the honor. -
claims which Collier has put under able effort to keep men and women If men can do that now how That father waiting for the trip.
fence according to the Williams faction fit, believing that life may be soon will they talk through the lets to be born, read about a
.I :' and which have been homesteaded prolonged, and the world be made ether to those cosmic flying machines magnificent new mausoleum to be
( i by others. better thereby. the planets, floating In built by a combination of churches -
i When a re-survey of the property It would be an eminently wise space t to coet three and one-half millions
1 was attempted, according to William. measure if our Public School No static or other trouble presumably and provide a resting place
three surveyors and three of the set- bra f. Boards would add the subject of once you get outside this for corpses, properly embalmed,
j bacteriology to the course of earth's atmosphere, only about 600 and put away in their little niches.
} study providing least a work miles deep. -
ing knowledge of the subject That mausoleum will not have
t .'The Gospel" which would enable"the student to An Invention from New Zealand whitewashed walls, but a fine
defend himself against many of sends l high explosives through the marble finish.
I the active foes of comfort and air in torpedoes guided by wire- When churches ask, "Why are
4 I i } "" health which continually beset less. These air torpedoes operateas we not crowded?" one answer
I A <.tfx, him. do water-borne torpedoes usedto might be, "Because, while mothersof
I / ;" If you, dear reader of this I destroy battleships at sea. children lack decent housing,
II i paper, are intersted in health and And the New Zealand air torpedo you build $3,500,000 mausoleumsfor
I its consequent longer and happierlife can be launched against an corpses that might as well bo
On the narrow front porch of his father's Vermont farmhouse for yourself and family, we enemy flying ship battleship or put in the ground to add to its fertility
President Coolidge met one of the world's richest men-his Secretary shall try earnestly to contribute city one hundred miles away and or carried the chimneyof
of Treasury, Andrew Mellon (right) for a conference and decision thereto, by kindly advice gleaned wreck the object against whichIt the crematory, up putting back Into -
rv regarding the Belgian debt fund to the V. S. With them was from the field of experience. is steered by wireless. the air the nitrogen they took
Senator Smoot, of Utah-representing the Senate. This conference from "
it. Would the Founder of
resulted 10 a firm stand which sent Belgium's large committee back. NEXT WEEKs The United States should get Christianity, who had not whereto

: } across the seas-for further Instructions. ,.6.1&< I ...... WHERE FIRST TO that invention and be ready lay His head, subscribe to that
ty FORTIFY FOR HEALTH with U. mausoleum? .

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greeting new $250,000 apartment I I construct new modern fireproof of.I .
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pace' Ilud11' conver. Jgd.' fit San- I T.n4 "' -.w"" ff > M7TCr! *"T* .T>< .- teeth too. Ear.
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State News August I 23-29 "

+ ASPi-RI n you were born< between August 23 and 2S>. you belong
to both Leo and Virgo. You
N are materialistlo but have a keen I
Told by Our Exchange insight Into human nature You have a strong combination I
of fire and *earth and are very determined. Having made up '
your mind no detail h
too trivial.' You are very methodical
generous and solicitous of others
Jacksonville-Thirty-five violators Martin to resolution Say "Bayer Aspirin"INSIST t
ernor pass a ", fond of
t)>f the state automobile ]law were to calling for submission of a constitutional to i0me1vBre ground.! everything ti..t grow*-from babies '.

+ ,face preliminary hearings today be. amendement to the electors in Unless you see the like to lead the fashion and They are are logical excellent thinker mother when and educated wives!|, ,

', ore bing bound over to criminal 1926 and allowing any county to levy Y. "Bayer Cross" on tablets you Men\ love the good things of earth. They make excellent '

ourt, as the result of the first! day of up to twenty mills for its general not the teachers., physicians. chemists, |lawyers', designer, Journalist. '
ae getting
genuine ,
ttle in Sheriffs W. H. Dowllng's school fund, was adopted by the itrad- I or politicians.You ,
;"war on reckless driving announced enton Chamber of Commerce. It was Bayer Aspirin provedsafe by have tact and rarely offend. Horn under this sign "
i-Jyesterday. I'I 1 recommended by the special commit. millions and prescribed by physicians people have few faults-the most marked, unless curbed, ar* '
I domineering tendencies; interference in aiTairs not their i ,
| tee on taxation. own ;
;;$ Brad.mton-Thls week will see the'' x for 24 years. and, a false pride anti ambition which makes them toadies to '.

'Forwarding\ of the first consIgnment'' Jacksonvl1lemargin of 707, Accept a nw''cy! and position. t
%f :Manatee county exhibits for the Jacksonville continues her position as /O- only "

'Canadian National exposition to take I t,,, the largest city in the state, Hills- 0* TaLincoln c..J"1- Bayer package;;; ,
place In Toronto. The shipment has ', borough holds the crest for the greatest T. EUworth, the American .
already been assembled and will include number of people in one county who financed and went with which contains proven directions

canned and preserved fruits and and Florida's total population is Amundsen in the airplane da.hor Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets -- ----
vegetable Additional exhibits probe 1,263,54! according to final census ( the* North Pole, Is back In the Also bottles of 24 and 100-DrugglaU THE SOUTHERN SERVES THE SOUTH
ably will be sent to the Canadian city figures for 1925, just made public at U. S. lIe says they will try again Anplrln le! the 'trail mark of
within a few days after the first con- the state capitol in Tallahassca These -using an airship instead of faoiun of MuDiNioetlcielUntvr v(o":1

signment. I|I figures for Jacksonville do not include planes. i
those people living in the suburbs
I'I out the state during the month of SEABOARD TIME TABLE
l\Uaml-Plans for the construction|:
which recently have been added to
of an immense super .power I I,I Jacksonville proper. The figures for July, the monthly report! made by the As the South
plant, five miles west of Sanford by prison commission shows. Of this
I I the three largest cities, as announced (In effect May 10, 1925.) grows
the Florida Power and Light Company number five were recaptured, and a
today, are: Jacksonville', 05,450; Tampa No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives
I'I !
were revealed here today. Cost like number of captures of old escapeewere
94,743 and Miami, 69,734. i Starke 11:14
at : m.
.of the initial unit Is estimated at $2- j I made. By these figures, there p.
No. 2 to Jacksonville\ the Southern
000,000. The plant will link virtually '' STATE NEWS ---- -- -- __n_ were sixteen escapee, ten captures,I must
at 6:23: a. m.
every power producing: plant in the Lakeland-Sherlf Alf II. Wilder, Including old escapes, while there are
II'I No. 8 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives
state Into one giant unit. of Polk county has been made toe de- still eleven of last month's escapes '
at Starke 11.02 a. m. '
fendants in a suit filed in the circuit still at large.TallahasseeJ.
which started when No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville arrives
court at Bartow by four cattlemen of keep
an embloye carelessly threw a lighod Hillsborough and lIardee counties B. Royall, Game at Stark 4:26: p. m. pace
match in a wash pit filled with oils I seeking to enjoin him from impounding and Fresh Water Fish Commissioner, : No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonvillearrives .
and grease, caused damage of $50- stock under Polk requires all deputies of his depart- at Starke 9:00: a. m. .."

000 this afternoon to the Hupmobile fence law and attacking county's the validity no- ment to report on any movements of No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key Freight traffic; on the Southern Railway ;,,;';
automobile agency, owned by Ray C. cattle or hogs, especially the killingof arrive at Starke 6:00 p. m.
of the law itself. The in I
Cralle. Ten automobiles, six of epmplainan'Hare them In the woods. lie is already No. 101 Starke to Wannee leaves System has nearly doubled
D. R. Cram D": L. Crum of
them just received from the fatcory,I I and receiving congratulations from, far Starke 7:40 a. m. ten '., .
i HilUboro, and G. H. Gill and W. A. Ii years. '. .
were destroyed. The ]loss was cover- mers over the state for good work (Dally except Sunday)
Henley, of Hardee, and the suit will I ,. /
1 that has been accomplished in break. No. 102 Wannee to Starke arrives
ed insurance.
by its
be heard by Judge H. C. Petteway on With the South growing at present "
I ing up the stealing and killing of at Starke 8:15 p. m.
West Palm Beach--Josbh Suskind, I the first Monday In September. The much traffic few hence
range cattle and hogs. There is (Daily except Sunday) rate a years :
recently arrived here from New York : cattle cause of off the Hillsborough action Is the and straying Hardee of more of this illegal traffic than is No. 7.' Jacksonville to St. Peter will be double what it now is. .' .;'
city to conduct a resturant, was dead I commonly expected and farmers seem burg (Orange Blossom Special) due I
counties into Polk l'
county territory.
today, having been accidently elec- I to appreciate the protection given in at Starke 2:16 m.
p. of
millions of dollars new capital
when Many t
trocted late last night clad in a I Ft. this way. :
Myers-The seaboard Air Line No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm l
wet bathing suit he came in contact I will have to be found for increasing
with a metal electric] switch. Suskind I( Railway will be operating into Fort DeLand-A di"to; the air and Beach arrives at Starke 10:16 a. m., I

had been swimming with a party of Myers was made by S. Davies War. light above the first story of a brick stop for passenger for point between capacity tracks, yards, terminals
I field, President of the Seaboard Air, Coleman and West Palm Beach ,'
friends and had to the cafe for business block, obtained in 1921, and the of '
gone and purchase cars I
Line to Don W. Wilkie, Secretary of caused the same building to sell for No. 104 West Palm Beach to Jacksonville shops, t
sandwiches. The accident
when he turned on an electric light. )I i the Mr.Fort Myers Chamber north of Commerce about half the amount similar prop- arrives at Stark 6:17: p. m., and engines. I ;\ ;4i
on Willie's trip from which erty of" about equal location has been stops for Jacksonville and beyond
Brooksville movement was under -,he has just returned. Announcementto commanding. The block was owned passengers This needed new capital will be attracted i t.J-

way here today to bring to the this effect was made by Mr.Vil' by H. A. Wln<1horBt, who purchased T. J. GRIFFIN. -
attention of the Carnegie Hero Fund I kie today. The Seaboard is" now await it from Mvs? Mary F. Cordington for Agent. to the Southern if the profits i' !f.

Commission the heroism of R. Lee ing permission of the IntJtttute Commerce $100 a front foot, which was considered from its operation are maintained at :

Robbins, a Hernando county Commission before beginning a record price at that time, who
who two days ago rescued farmer'l actual construction work on the line. erected the single; story structure. Stop That Backache! a level to establish a broad market for : t

sons from drowning In the ] Williston-An order has been placed The late Chris O. Cordington obtained its securities. .'
coochee river, although he witnessed: with local a deed from Windhorst for the 'i':1
a sign painter for 100 road I Many Starke People Have Found I' .
the drowning of his own two sons, markers. These will be in the shape light and air above the building; InI the Way. i..
who he was unable to save. of an arrow and will be painted white order to convert his theater building t
'Fort lIeadehern I with black lettering. The letters adjacent into an apartment house, in Is a dull, nerve-racking backachs
syndicate painted on the arrow will be-so return for the use of his wall. .1 wearing you out Do you feel older J.
after careful investigation of soil con and slower than you should? Are
ditions for bulb raising, have miles to Williston and underneaththis Tallahassee B. Royall, Game: you tired, weak and nervous; find it 1I'SOUTHERN I
!y decided on a local location, deflnlt-I will be "Both Climate and Soil. and Fresh Water Fish Commlsloner,' impossible to be happy. or enjoy the ,
large tract is reported under These signs will be completed in the plans on protecting the fur-bearing good times :you Then there'i
for purchase. The bulb next few days. There has been enough animals of Florida this year. lIe now something wrong and likely It's you. I
ordered to mark the roads from Jack- kidneys. Why not get at the causal'
rapidly growing In Importance, due i has a new law that is in effect but Use Dean's. PIIIstimulant diurettt
sonville to Williston by Starke and
to the fact that foreign importation which has never been enforced that to the kidneys. Your neighbor
of bulbs will be prohibited after the Gainesville and from Ocala] here by will take care of the present situation recommend Uoan's Read what this

first of the year. the new road and from Cedar Key to "There are now more than 600 Starke resident says: RAILWAY SYSTEM
Williaton. The signs will be put up non-resident trappers in Florida who Mrs. J. V. Stansell Walnut St,
Key West-A mud embankment by members of the chamber of com- take thousands of dollars worth of says: "I suffered with kidney troubli "
along the Florida East Coast Railway merce. furs and are rapidly depicting the and my back hurt constantly. I had .; 4
lines saves two Pullman cars containing dizzy, nervous too. My kid --- .
wild life of the State. I Intend to headache'l

from thirty passengers headlong and a down diningcar made Tallahasce by prisoners-Sixteen of the escapes state farmat were break this up," he said. neys Pills relieved didn't me.'' (Statement. Doan'l giver Tampa-Federal agents last night I prohibition men and turned over to

a plunge a April 27, 1018.) arrested seven men and seized three the government. Belk'vclng they
Raiford :
twelve fooot embankment, when three and prison camps through- Sandford-Vacatlnoists and bartlcu- On March 21 1022 Mrs. \ 'shiner /
Stansell stills. In a raid few miles east of her. wero protected the alleged
cars on the rear of train No. 85, the larly week-end camping parties are said"I: haven't any symptoms oi on what I* believed to ba the Inland operated more openly I and were
Havana special, was derailed between No Worms In a Healthy; Child warned by the Louisiana-Mississippi kidney complaint since." Illicit liquor base for the west coast. caught at their tills, according to W. .
All children troubled with Worm have a.. Price 60c. at all dealers Donl
Chase and Big Cobpitt, twenty-four na committee on public utility information ,iv
Several trucks and 325 gallons of C. Crumberly, district enforcement
hMlthr color which Indicate poor blood tad u a ask for ,
a kidney remedy )
miles from here, about ten-thirty that the drinking water in the simply
role, there ie. lees stomach
more or ditturbanofcGROVE Doan Pills\ the Mrs moonshine were taken. Federal men officer,
a same that
o'clock yesterday morning. I 'S TASTELESS: TONIC 111nauJ.rlw country may not be conducive to gooj
Btansell had. the seizures made after efforts
for two or three weeks will enrich th. blood, liDo health. water be Fonter-Mllburn Co, say were .
Drinking contaminated
Bradentoon-A movement to get won the digestion,and act a*a General Strengtheolol may Mfrs., Buffalo N. Y. extending over a year in which Winter Haven-Hundred new r.... i
the special 1 session of the ]legislature the whole.)"Re.... Nature will then I for the rippling streams many bribes for protection were given donees to be constructed here. \,.
throw off. dispel the worma and tbeOUld will be and bubbling iprlnff, beautiful to the
which will be convened soon by Gov to perfect health. Pleasant to lake, otfc per bottle. eye are not In some cases. healthful -1} v

as water supplied by the water .
companies and municipal govern THE END OF THE JOY RIDE By A. B. CHAPIN I

Fort Lauderdale-Policemen are

called upon to perform unusual duties
in the exercise of their power but the

peak of all uniqueness was reached
here yesterday when the "city's fin-
est" were ordered to perform the role

,;" of icemen so serious was the ice
shortage situation. Every ice delivery
wagon in the city was manned by a

DMIC2fiEfl1 uniformed member of the police force,
and patrons took their purchases Inexact
weight decreed. This unusual

Comfort: Cord proceedure was ordered by Police
Chief Craig when frantic partons,
frenzied by the Ice famine which has

existed here for several days, mobbed
You can now get a driver and took; possession of his

supply. Only ten cents worth of Ice
balloon tires for was allotted to each purchaser.

TalahasBee-When work Just begun ScC7iLv '
your present cartk on the capital grounds Is completed
Florida' state house will]) have one of

; changing' the prettiest surroundiotts, of any ?
without state In the Union. The large evergreen -

oaks which line the grounds; on

i ,.- rims.kmdmb' all side are Icing trimmed, pruned
, and treated, while the entire lawnis D
being dug up and recoiled beforenew s yaneosrveti +

Peaebeu&M*Infra.M dJ i grass Is planted.To .

r ...-'- Ioto ,...., -.,
./ttUtm In rfce ttto4 ae. Stop a Cough Quick
Mil-Iftat<...*..tAe MO Mlc*.UieCwrort
Cent..w Jen.Se II"' __ take HAYES' HEALING HONEY a I.ItojIaIooI cough medicine which scops the cough by Itmtl dU prmmm e.l lelli a. healing the Inflamed and irritated tissue
.a....tAe A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE

SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Cold. and
Croup Is enclosed! with every bottle of
SMITH'S should ba rubbed on the clIMe and throatof
GARAGESTARKE \ children sintering from a Cold or Croup.

f The HMllm I effect or Here*" ile.ana Horrr la-
FLA. eMe, the ibrnel comMn wih lie ftnliat fleet at
Ifant O-Pm-Treie Selre through the purer ol
fceiklneooa iiopeectxith
Both r.a.dle..r. pej-fel la ooe carton sad the
rest oOberaaibiiMd trwinem le ISt.

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T I ELECTIONTO .n election to determine whether or not ourdiet
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT BUSINESS OF THE TUB!: BOARD OF INSTRUC.TlON Nut nhnll coneolldato with Brookes. echo
w' I SPECIAL SESSION OF BRADFORD COUNTY. FLA. c.wol: dlatilct. to elect three truetaea and d*.

I Chas F. Martin was bound over to We the dl.lrlct undrrrliined hereby taxpayers petition of you Brookitreubechool to allan ai'ain termlne; the the:;:;:WJ.m iii ir', be i-.o.

the fall term of circuit court under Through someone's carelessness or election to determine. whether or not our . H Hc : bond of $500 on charge of fogery, Inattention an important measure approved district fourteen shall to ba_consolidated.Iv. diitrlet with Noa. Eight ea. alert and S.C. Hague.J. Cre.... .

''I pleading guilty to the charge before by the last session of the three treaties and determine the millaie to be W. M. Hartell.V. .
.... U. Uarr.ll.J.
1 County Judge Gardiner. Florida legislature was not broughtto Signed."S 1 ',its i io. A. Conerly.
: Per ey Rowe, charged with reck- tho president of the senate, speaker H. Coi"on. I O. W. Barry.PETITION. .

I less driving on highway, was released of the house and the governor for signature M. P. Matheny.,
c I under bond of |300 to appear beforeI and failed to become a law. P.E. M.A. Haten.Crosby ? FOR SCHOOL ELECTIONTO

)PllOUOH< 21) Find IOU! I Judge Gardiner on Sept. 22nd. It was tho Monroe county water district E.J. D.J. Baxter.Lewie. t I THE' BOARD F PUBLIC: INSTRUCTION -

I Perry Sweat, aggravated assault, bill and concerned Key West John Shrlver.O. OF BRADFORD COUNTY FLA.

'" will appear Sept. 22nd before Judge I very seriously. Now it is announcedthat W. if a.en. w. the undersigned'. tax. payee of Zlff lubichol -
'It I MONOKING for several days this week. 1 i I> Gardiner, his bond being set at $100. a special session of the legisla- J.H. J.P.Morgan Gainer. : -1 to determine district whether petition or you: not to our call district an election lhalloonoolld.l.

POWELLWednesday I II' John Hall and wife are back in our .i D. W. Boree, charged with desertion i ture will be held in October to re- J. H. Kelley.. I' with Brooker aub. .chool district
J. E.
If II!' I II little burg intending to spend the of his wife and child and non-support, I] pass this bill and let It become a law. W. lII.r"". .. to amount elect of three mill.tnuteta... to be aliened and determine against tho thoooiuolldatcd

evening Mrs. G. A. Col- summer here. I'i plead not guilty before Judge! Gardi The action of the legislature is necs- L. R Galney.. 1 dlatrtoU
J. C. Cone.L. .
I linn entertained nt rook in honor of Mrs. Fred Cloversettle wan in ner. He had been arrested on com- sary to allow work on this important A. Brown. S.Signed.1':. Thlgpen. ,
I her houne-gruost. Miss Lester Lee Starke transacting business Monday, plaint of Alice Boree, but in the pre- projects to proceed, and the failure of O. W.HodgesPETITION CoUon.Euan S. L. Pmcott.
| the prosecuting wit- the in due form not being T. D. Dyal.C. \
Powell of Jacksonville. The rooms afternoon. liminnry hearing passage 8. q.H. .
I'' were artistically decorated with pink Mrs. J. E. Owsley and daughter, acknowledged that Boree was not. chargable to any act of Monroe coun- FOR SCHOOL ELECTION H. Howard.H. .
I visitors to Saturday ) her husband and that they were never representatives or those interestedin P. Fadxett.
roses! and Mexican coral vine. Jennie were Hampton : I'I'I ty TO THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION J. W. Padiietbft.
At the conclusion of the game oft afternoon. married. Boree discharged.: the work. proposed, it seems en- Of BRADFORD COUNTY FLA. L. Hough.C. .
t I I Warrants have been issued for the Irely proper that the state pay the W. the undersigned tax payera of Bradford F. LIUhfleld. ,
box of candy |
rook the hastens gave: o aub-.chool dlatrlct hereby petition you to tall F. S. Fowler.

I as an award for the high prize, while I I BROOKER arrest of Willie Kite and Perry Kite expense of the session. __ __ ____ _ n n .-
with in their
a box of stationery was given as con- charged having liquor There will be no complaint regarding -
Bolatton. The honoree wax presented Brooker Aug. 28.-Mr. S. M. En. possession at Hampton Beach. Ar- this carrying out of the form required -

I li with a dainty little ivory comb an! a I tell with the St. Johns Mattress Co.,t I rests were made by Deputies Baisden in order to allow for progress
1..i memento of the occasion I of Palatka, was a very welcome visitor and Johnson. I in Florida but some state newspapers -
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to our town this week. Ho makes are now suggesting that several '
refreshments of ice cream
I Delicious served. I old, mattresses just like new. TO SCHOOL PATRONS other matters may be discussed and
i: cake and punch were
I, Those! enjoying Mrs. Collns' hospitality P. A. Crosby was a visitor at the School patrons-are hereby advised considered at this special session. This
of his It. G. atYu- U not advisable. If the legislators
the honoree Miss Powell home son, Crosby
were: that we have an almost complete sup- I
I MUses! Hazel Middleton and her I I kon Saturday. I II ply of texts for all the grades and merely give attention as asked by he

'I' guest, Miss Hazel fowling, of I There will be a box supper and expect to have complete supply by governor to the important matter re-
Lucille Johns and Jack-I, at Brooker school Saturday la Ing to the water supply of Key Westit
1 I onvllle; Miss a pie supper opening day which is Sept. 7th. The
:i guest Miss Gladys Russell of ; I night Aug. 29. All are cordially free schoolbook law, takes effect next will do well.Twothirds .

Misses Lucille Mitchell, Florence and I invited to come. I year, July lat, 1926. The exchange of both houses would be

I. Elizabeth Andrews! Mes!,,'.. Gerald ,! Born to Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Galney 'period allawed by law, expires Sept. required to secure consideration of any
outside that for which the
I II matters
Middleton, Eugene Matthews, Charles Saturday Aug. 22, a daughter. 1. Hence, we will not be able to take
special session is called and it is to
II Darby, Julian Canova, Comer Long, second hand books. If are .
I{ 3 Among those from here attendingthe any you .
be that
hoped legislators generallywill
| and Joseph Thomas.i certain of the grades children .. .
i' annual meeting at Mt. Zion Sat- your disregard the appeals of those r
I'' urday and Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. will be In, you can buy now if you who would have the session continue
1 HAMPTONTiev. like, and avoid the rush incident to
J. J. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. longer than Is absolutely necessary to

r I N. T. King, of Tamap, was the Mott, Mrs. Mrs. C. M. Mott, Mr. and the opening days. validate the improvements undertaken. '.
i guest of his son, E. J. King thisweek. Mrs. G. W. Hazen E. J. Louis, J. M. J. W. Morgan It Is said that a number of local

Ar Mrs. J. R. Colley has returned to \ Kelly, Henry Shaw and Mrs. Rodah e e e bills are being discussed and may be I

her home here after a visit with Barfield. FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUS- offered. They can no doubt wait, and ,
,,, friends and relatives in Starke. | Miss Ruble Gainey was the guest TRIAL REVIEW will be given beter consideration at I.II'

J Mr. Oscar Dubose and family, and .i of Miss Rosa Reynolds last week at a regular session.
S s e e e e. e. s a e .
l Miss Juanita DuBose all of Vero, are Daytona. Fort Myers-New telephone system Florida is being congratulated by .. . e

I' I visiting Dr. DuBoses' grandparents, Miss Ellamae Hazen of Gainesville, being installed; city to have 1,000 her sister states on the businesslikeand ':.; -' .
1 ; Mr. and Mm. David Jones, and his was the guest of her grandmother, phones by December 1. progressive leglslatlon enacted at .',

i aunt, Mrs. II. B. Weest, thin week. Mrs. D. W. Hazen last week.G. the regular session this year. It would .
S. D. Wills, real estate agent of B. Colson was attending to Bunnell-Contract let for construc- be too bad if this clerical error precipitated )! '.,

}' I Gainesville, was a business visitor business in Starko Saturday. tion of Matanzas Inlet bridge to span a new legislative session of

I here this wek. C. II. Williams was attending to inlet connecting counties of St. Johns considerable length and various re- J
j I Dr. Middleton. of Starkc. was a -oroK business In Starke Saturday.A. and Flagler. sults.-Times-Union. I

a i fessional visitor here thia week. A. Ilazcn of Gainesville, was a I ,, '
Avon Park- Standard Oil Com-
Mrs. ,V. R. Jackson, who has been visitor here Monday. which was 8017470. I .
1 to build new warehouse and fill-
very 111\ 1.0'1 several days, and who is jJ.. II. Kelley hapened to the pany t
Lk'I I of his dwelling house ing station on site of present struc Miami-Building permits issued te-I
under the able treatment of Dr. E. misfortune

Jai, L. Biggs and Mrs. Gill, of Starke, I Is% I burning last Hominy lie lost most ture. cently in one lay totaled $ I

;' gradually Improving u't this| writing. all of his furniture and did not carry Fort Pierce-Permits issued for Bartow-Building construction aettve. I \II

i L. J. Wynn was a business visitor any Insurance. constructing three four-family apartment J NOTICE.Meetings !

ir, to Starke this week. Mr. William Hall was a visitor here buildings, at cost of $20,000 ', .-- I.

+' I C. A. Blrt and family spent last Friday. each.JacksonvilleApproximately. largo-Five-mile street paving : I
Tuesday with Mr. Dirt's father, W. P. MM Grady Kelley of Gainesville, i j( project to begin at early date. I
DIrt of Louise -. was a visitor here last week. $23- f Continued for

P. M. Gelgof of Theresa, was a 000,000 provided for expansion of I Panama City-Plans proposed for' I
business visitor here lost Tuesday. REALTY TRANSFERS Seaboard Air 'Line Railway in Flor Installation of 3000 k. w. hydroelectric A Short Period

1 .. Mrs. J. W. Douglass, of Macon, Go. I A. P. Smith to Mary C. Thomas! : ida. ;ACrovelandConstruction power plant here, to. cost $300- '

the of Mrs. J. C. Caldwell 000. .
was guest CO acres 521.S. of new

last Tuesday.J. J. Prescott to Mary Thomait7 -I sixteen-story city hall at Howey-In- Palatka-Property, corner Reid and I
J. H. Saxon and family, who have
lots In Sampson City.S. the-Hills, near here, to be started im- Second Streets chosen as site for Following Nights
been visiting friends and relativesin P. Gufford, et als. to Hampton mediately. proposed new hotel. I
Ducrfleld and l' mpllno, returned Nnvnl Stores Co.-Tract 2822.
4 to their homo here lust Sunday. L. C. Powell to Mary O. Waln- I Quincy-New institution, Citizens Gainesville-Elks to erect new $250- I,: TuesdayFridaySundayNights

Messrs. Earnest and Harmon Mor- wrlirht-Frac. lots Starke In Jones Bank and Trust Company of Quincy, 000) hotel here, according to announce- ':1
gan, who have been spending the add. I I capitalized at $100.000, to open here ment. 7:30 o'clockIn

summer with their grandmother, Mrs. Trustees Grace M. E. Church Law- August 10.SebringContract. ,
I. J. Priest, left last Tuesday" for I DeLand-Over million dollars now \
M. Blanchard
toy to Anna lot in Office
To Telegraph
Osprey, where they will enter school Lawtey Blk 4. awarded for available for road and bridge construction Tent Next Pointing !

A. A. butch and family, of Lees- Mallory Thomas to Fronie Jones- constructing first stven-mile stretchof In Volusla county. I''

burg, were the guests of Mr. Futch'a 25: acres 12820. paving, as part of large paving I "
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Futh, N. D. Wainwright to J. S. Thomas project planned by city, Tampa- Work of resurfacing -
last Sunday. streets In downtown district to begin
-10 acres 6-7-21. Tarpon Springs-Contracts amount-
MUses Cortex and Elizabeth Douglass R. A. Weeks to F. O. Peterson- soon.
I ing to over half a million dollars
r who have been the guests of .10 acres 31-6-22. awarded for widening and paving Key Largo-Approximately $20,000000 ,- I j

J their uncle, W. R. Jackson, returned J. J. Truby to J. M. Trubyl0acres streets, and installation of sewer and to be spent in developing 6000- j
to their home In Macon where they 17-0-22.
water mains. acre tract here.
will enter school. A. M. Blanchard to R. B. Blanchard I '
Miss Eva Williams was shopping -1 lot Lawtey Blk. 4. Melbourne-Contracts to be let ORDER FOR PUBLICATION 'i

I 1. .in Starke last Monday. Perry n. Johns to W. A. Moitt, within thirty days for paving approximately Nolle la. hereby, dvtn that on the talk'
!; :Miss Reba Maxwell has recently Palm Beach-1 lot in Starke on Call five miles streets at cost day of September A. D. 1826. 1. the und.. .
sinned. guardian of Ruby Clov.rsettl.. Douia
returned to her home here after a and Bay Streets.J. I of $60,000. Clovonetll and H rb.rt Clov.n.tU., will .n-
: visit with her sister Miss Julia Max. G. Poison. to G. B. Colson 108 ply to the Honorable G,orK. A. Ganllnvr,
Jiulii of Hrnflford County. Florida,
; well and friend Miss Byrul Mullady, Clearwater-Ground broken in pre- enunty
acres 25720. for an order to cell at prlvnt. Hale th. fol-
both of Jacksonville paration for erection of $200,000 five- blnir dracrlhtd. lands. In Bradford County,
M. L. McKinney to J. A. J. McKIn-
E. J. King was a business visitor, fey !Sr.' -40 acrea 29621.J. story apartment building on North Flnrltln Th. ftouthwnt, to-wltl I quarter of Northwest quarter I I 1909-ARRAN LIfxCOIN196g
: to Starko Tuesday. Osceola Avenue. On. acre sold to H E. Moore: ale th. II
L. Gufford I
to Naval
Hampton lase Eleven ..... sold to ROIA Manning end
C. A. Birt and family the
were !Stores' Co.-Tract 2822. Melbourne-Clty's assessed valuation Southeast' quarter of Northwmt quarter all
I guests of D. W. Moore and family I of Soctlon Twelve (12)) Township Eight'((8). I I Worked
of Thercson last I according to present Indications, South flange Twenty-two ((22) Eut. by Day
Sunday.T. 11.1PTISTSynda is between five< and six mllon dollars, 'Ihi. the 26th dirE of Auau.t A. D. 1925. ,
Wa iKm, of Waldo win a business CLOVERSETTLE
;tl0:00 an Increase of more than $2,500,000 Guardian for Ruby. lUuto and I
visitor here this week.E. school
: a, m. AH over 1024. H-28-51-B-28 Herbert ClovenettloREGISTRATION I Read
A. Kennedy and family, of Lake member'urged to be present. at Night

Geneva, were visitors here last Mon- I.astlII
day.Mr. )preached at the church. Rev. ment program under way here. The registration books of the town !
( and :Mrs. D. I.. Bugg, and son, Hinton has Just closed a meeting at The money President Lincoln earned asa
of Starke will
I D. L Jr., are the guests of Mr. Buggs Hellbronn Springs and there were ten Fort l\teado-$2,000.000 hotel to be the office ,of Florida the Town Clerk open from rail splitter he put In bank. In: later

parents Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bugg. accessions to the church. erected at Charleston Avenue and July 10th to August Oth, inclusive, for life he often referred to his first bank ac I
1Irll.1.: E. Munaire was the guestof Next Sunday morning there will Broadway.St. .
the registration of electors. count At he read
I Mrs. W. E. Daugherty of Starke, be preaching at eleven o'clock and night every book he
J I last Saturday. also in the evening at 8.00: o'clock. Augustine-Ninety-acre tractat C. A. FUTCII could lay his hands on.
St. Registration Officer of the Town of
1 Miss Cecil Hall who has been teach- A cordial welcome extended to all. Augustine Beach fronting on
ing In South Florida is spending a ocean, purchased for $250,000;; to ba 7-17-3t. Starke, Florida. Have you a bank account?

I few with her METHODIST Improved and subdivided.DavenportNew I lWe'll
days Mr. and
)parents, If haven't
you start one with us today

I, Mrs 111'V.B. E.. L.Hall.Bugg! visited her sister, Sunday Sunday morning.The school! .at ten o'clock every Times," now In circulation.paper, "Davenport C: n gladly explain our simple safe

I "i Mrs Ed Howe of Macclcnny this pastor, Rev. C. F. Starnes, and I method ol doing business.
week. Port RIchey-Plans under way for

I Mrs. Johnson and daughter, Willie his day family from Asheville are expecte N.V to, an return
i J, May, of Lake Butler, are the guests preach next Sunday morning at 11OC: of new half ing acreage in Florida in I .iil road to the goal I of success. ,

of Mrs. Johnson'H father, Mr. H. H. o'clock and in the vening at 8:00: million-dollar hotel to begin at early) large or small tracts but I I
this week.
o'clock. While on his vacation Mr. date. will deal with owners only. ,
Mr. H. B. Geiger who has been the Starnes attended the Methodist Assembly Please give full details ns "ar; :

guest of her granddaughter, Mr. J. J. at Junaluska N. C. Tallahassee-Phosphate rock shipped to location legal descrip

i "I" McClosky of lake City, returned Prayer meeting Wednesday eve from Florida during 1921 amounted tion price and terms. Ad Bradford County Bank
home last Saturday, ning at eight o'clock. to 2.432.581 tons, total value of {
,,. Mrs. Josephine :Sullivan, who has dressJACK
been attending the revival services CARD OF THANKS Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Daysilntgglets O'BRIEN l Bradford County' Financial Stronghold i f t'
Maine 'I
Bar Harbor .
.. ? at the Baptist church, at Waldo, re- refund mom: If PAZO OINTMENT' falls Established 1889
; turned to her home her last Monday. We, the family of Mr. O. J. Griffin ran Inetantly Itthiod. rellevea Blind. Bleedln Itching Pane or Protrndlm and you STARKE, FLA. 1 I Ii

Rev. Hicks of Wtildo, filled his desire to most sincerely thank all can tot RMful atop after nnt applkatluo.' eta, -- -- --- ------ _-- -- -

regular appolntmnet at the First Baptist those who so kindly helped them dur- .. .. .
church last Sunday. 'ing the \illness and at the time of the A, TONIC \ .: ... -- -: '. : '. : :. :' .. -- :. .- .. .. :: ',,,

death of their loved one. At Such a i Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores i I

11IEKESSA time if it were not for the Iympa- Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
'.;' I thftic help of friends, one would be LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith
Enriching the Blood. When feel Its
Theressa August 28! ,-Mr. and, doubly desolate. The many beautiful you
Mrs. Sargent of Keystone Heights, flowers also strengthening Invigorating' effect, see bow
were greatly appreciated.
:r i were business visitors to Starke Monday I l\rL Uta Griffin, Ethel Griffin it brings color to the cheeks and how
afternnen.s -.. V "! Owen Griffin. it improves the appetite, you will then
.r; Mr. H. E. 1\Ioorer.and, son, Arthur N appreciate Its true tonlo value.

of Miami, were business visitors here Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply
Mora la Mast Nervous Animal. Iron and Quinine suspended la syrup So COMPANYSTARKE

Remember that the horsa'U tie pleasant even children like It. The blood
'f Colds Causa chip and Influenza most nervous of all animals and that needs QUININE- to Purify It and IRON to FLORIDA

LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: Tablet, ..m.... little thlnrs annoy and Irritate him. Enrich It Destroys Malarial germs and ,
UM ........ Then U. only on* "Bromo Quinine. lie will fc. cr-itonted or miserable ao Grip germs br its Strengthening Invigorating .
E. W. GROVE'S boa. ccrdlntf is treat hlra. ., .. .
elgoo'nre roc
on ; YOU Effect. '" "
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and son spent two week with her Jersey dry N. J.-4Cr. George M. :MRS. CANOVA BUYS::! INTERESTIN in the judgment of Dr. F. A. Hathaway !

] 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez: Down*.writes -When 1 was MARGUERITE'S SltOITE of the state road department.
I.I at Kingsley: lake. trairtrcus performer traveling with the Dr. Hnthawajh been furnished .t
: I cootrmcttd ...-. Mrs. E. E. Canova has purchaseda
with of the \ \
Bits of Local {;g III sever' stomach a map proposed routes
Mr. G. DetW, of Chicago, was In one-half interest in Marguerite'sShoppe nnd has made a careful study of the
Starke during the week, and a8 a trouble breakdown. nerrotu The and together these ladies will :, matter It I Ix his purpose to lodge

InformationConcerning starter in Florida real estate he has doctor advised.opr- s enlarge the business and give the a strong protest with the committedIn

purchased two farms near Hampton. kilos Immediately. public better service In every way. an eforto\ see that the needs and .

lie was favorably impressed with bat I was afraid of :Miss Shriver will act all buyer for the rights of Florida are properly taken ')
Our People, Business and JMJ Bradford county soil and will likely operations and put firm, and their customers will have care of. '.

Prog ret of the County and Town. make more extensive purchases) when It oft A friend sngcwtod > the benefit of her excellent taste In ,

r he returns to spend the winter. I try Tutt'lPtIlI.abe selecting !goods, tha firm operating\ Orlando-City planning:: 1133,000 '
ha Ting under the style of Mnrguerltp'n I building project.
.used&hem for years.After Shoppe. I :
J Miss Lillian Stump, of Charles- tilt am \SOlO\ sa, ,.

Mrs. T. S. Williams spent last week Mrs. II. A. Tucker, left Monday: for town, West Virginia, is a guest! of lie,.. to feel better and would not I been For this fall and winter there han l NOTICE OF ELECTION'J' '
end in Jacksonville visiting friends.Mr. Junaluska, N. C. her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and be without then t feel as' '' \ wonderful line ot mll- .. \ r

Mrs. F. F. Stump. Miss Stump will and full of vigor a. I did when \ !. .cry in the latest style, Including I, C. L. Peek, mayor of Starke Fra... ,1,

amHMrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., !Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon and leave in a :few days for Tampa, where Joined toe circua.- At all dtunUttv large: hats, also poke shapes and "off | by virtue of the authority vested iano ,;;

motored to Gainesville Tuesday. Misu Flossie Rigdon, of Jacksonville, she will teach the coming term in the impulses and never forgot the hospitable the face" hnts. by law, do hereby call an election :,
In the dress line there will be displayed
Baptist Mission. to be held at the hall in the
spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. of gentleman of tho old town
Mrs. F. II. Long; and son, Richard, I ways a many bountiful garments In "
aforesaid town by the qualified voters
and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. ,
South. In his dealings with others ..
spent Wednesday in Jacksonville. Mitchell and the new subdued shades of bluo and i ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. his creed "Do on, Tuesday, September 8, 1925,
Mr. Griffin took as
Mrs. Pnul Baisden, of Daytona, and daughter, Miss Lucille, returned home would have them brown, also purple; Jthe radical for tho purose of eleceting the followIng If.
Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of Cocoa, Is unto others as you changes' in the stylo being flare skirts ,
evening from motor trip -o.
Tuesday a .
Miss Clyde Sheets, of St. Augustine, I o cers:
spending this week at Kingsley! lake. do unto you, and he conscientiously long sleeves and high collar! Some H
to Lakeland Sasasota and Miami. ,
were weekend visitors at the homeof lived to this golden rule. lIe was: One mayor; One Marshal; Two aldermen !-
While in Miami they were guests of] up dresses are made with Eton coat of- for
M. A. Baisden. in his two years; One aldermen ,
Mr. and Mrs. J: M. Mitchell spent ever a friend to the poor and fect.r.Iaruorlte's. I
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman and in for
Henry One '
I one year; assessor; One clerk
character and life ho leaves
Wednesday: in Jacksonville. .Mrs. E. K. Perryman and little eon, Lakeland they visited Dr. and Mrs. upright his wife and Shoppo will have treasurer and tax collector.Inspectors "j
Emmett Key, spent several days this W. II. Mitchell.Mr. I a priceless their formal opening And style show \ of said l election: F. A.
Miss Gladys Russell, of Ocala ia children, to whom he was devoted- date be
I early in September, the to
week with her sister, Mrs. J. II. Ritch I I Scott. R. S. Humphrey.. A. II. Jhm. .
for his '
the guest of Miss Lucille Johns. at Kingsley lake. J. T. McLeod of Troy, N. C., truly living family. announced later. In testimony whereof, I, horiunta
has accepted the position of stenographer When financial losses and failing subscribe
my name and cause the I
Mr. andMrs. L. V. Moore are spend Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Lord, of Olympia to Col. D. E. Knight. Mr. health canto into hs life, he bravelyand ADVERTISING- DID IP of the said town to bo hereunto affixed ; '

ing the week in Jacksonville with their Mr. and Mrs.\ A. C. Durden, of McLeod is a relative of Mrs. T. N. uncomplainingly bore these reverses Wrigley, the chewing guns man ex- this 6th tiny of August, In"! I

daughter Miss Bertha Moore. Tampa, stopped her" enroute from Albany Kendrick, and is at the present stop thereby proving that he was plained how he built ub a business of C. L. rock.Kny.jr.

Ga., and were !guests of Mr. and ping at the home of Mr. and Mrs. capable of bearing adversity as well millions of packages a day. 8-7--1 U-4.
Miss Sara Sweat, of Inverness, was' prosperity. He died peacefully, "
Kendrick. -
Mrs. O. L. .
Beasley.Mrs. He has done It by s'li-klnir to his
a week-end guest of her sister Miss trusting in God as his Heavenly
t Loca Sweat, and brother. G. C. Sweat.: Father and liko "one who the one line and advertising it. He spend-> M1
T. L. Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. Friends hero have received cards wraps over a million dollars a year in buying
McBishop of Jacksonville, spent Sat- stating that Mr. and Mrs. Jerre F. drapery of his couch about him and to tell the world fENT-A-W
newspaper space '
blanks for sale at the Tele-
Legal Wills Jr. the birth of lies down to pleasant dreams.
urday and Sunday at Kingsley Lake announce about: 5 cent: chewing gum He has
graph office. with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kickliter, Sr. Freddie Marie, on Aug. 16th, 1925, The interment was made at Santa educated people to chew gum and to UCOLUMNI

I weight seven pounds. Mr. Wills formerly Fe cemetery, the arrangements beingin chew Wrlgley'n. He did not atop ,
Levy A. Canova of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Alexander, Leon I lived in Starke, but is now in San charge of DeWitt C. Jones, under I shouting as soon as he attrtactej .at

pent Sunday with his parents, Mr. Alexander, of Jacksonville and Mrs. Antonia, Texas, being! in the aviation taker, and the pall-bearers belntf as tention. ,
and Mrs. E. E. Canova. Whitby of Tennessee service. follows: G. W. Alderman, O. L. Beas-
were guests He says! you must keep it up or FOR UENT-Two bedrooms, om
last week of Mr. and Mrs. L. A Wynn. ley, F. A. Scott, N. T. Ritch and Paul the buyers will forget you. Whether large, one small. Mrs. [.'. A, Scott.
Miss Canova ia in Orange
Mary Mrs. W. E. Middle ton and! daughters E. Canova, Sr.
yours Is a 5 cent or a $60,000 business 8-28-21
the week with her
City spending Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph Misses Madge and Hazel, returned The deceased leaves to mourn his keep felling about It.
cousin, Mrs. George B. Flynn. office. Thursday from a motor trip to departure, his devoted wife Mrs. Lila I WANTED-New Sweet Potatoes, J. '

Homestead, !Miami\ and Hollywood. Griffin; one daughter, Miss Ethel HATHAWAY TO PROTESTTO F. Kickliter It, .11-t
Miss Adalaido Pfeiffer, of Jackson I Mrs. Clyde Alvarez will return They were acompanied home by Mrs. Griffin; one son, Owen Griffin; three GET FLORIDA RIGHTS ';
ville, was a week-end guest of Miss home Saturday from Atlanta, where Mary Warren, of Miami\ Mrs. May brothers, W. J. Griffin, Jacksonville; FOR 1'UAlJllO5:! !Model! Ford S'v
Louise Fernandez." Jonoc and son, Doutt, of Stuart, and Tallahassee-The suggested Inter dan for land. J. F. Klckliter It.
I she has enjoyed a month's visit with A. C. Grllnn, Waycroes, Gu.; W. II. ,
her Miss Hazel Dowling, of Jacksonville. Griffin sisters Mrs. state routes, suggested by the joint "
sister Mrs. Otis Pompano two :
Barge. ;
-Cottage at
Miss Helen and Sophia Rienoehl, committee of interstate highways of ; Kingsley
Sallie Ammona! of Wayrrosa da., J
of Jacksonville, are guests of Mrs. R. Mr. and !Mrs.\ Joe Edwards and children the American Association of State. Lake for rest of !summer. Apply
S. Fernandez. :Mrs\ Jno. Warren, Jas. Waren, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edawrds and Mrs.- MugRlo Geiger, of Hoboken Highway Ofllciuls do not adequately T. S. Williams, Starko. -It .
Co.; and a number of nieces and
and :Mrs. Will
Vassar of Jacksonville
take of the Interests of Florida
children have returned home after care ,
nenhews FOR SALE
New models in (Gossard' Corsets returned home Friday after a spending two weeks at Kingsley lake. Genuine Missionary
few visit Among the out of town persons attending Strawberry plants from Salisbury
days at Kelley cottage.Mr. ,4
and Brassieres
Stump's. While there they had as guests Mrs. the funeral were: Mr. and Renew Your Health Maryland. Leave your order early. ,

Jack and !Mrs. Starkweather, Mr. and Henry Freeman, of Miami, and Mrs.R. !Mrs.\ L, Dyal, Mr. nnd Mrs! W. J. Ed L. Browne, Rt A, Starke 7.24-tf
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith, of '
O. Daniel Russell of
and son, ,
Griffin, and Mr. and :Mrs. A. G.
Dyal, PurificationAny
Mrs. Ben Teppe, of Jacksonville, were by
with her
sonville Sunday
spent par Sarasota. Misses Theinn! and Corn Dyal Ralph FOB SALE-Strawberry plants, $15 )! ft w
guests of Mrs. Kelly at her cottageon
ents Mr. and Mrs II. L. Brownlee.F. I .
her bed. New .'
Kingsley lake. Dyal, !Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Griffin, !MrsJ. I Missionary plant .1 .
a FUNERAL OF MR. O. J. GRIFFIN S. Alexander, II. C. Wall all of physician will tell you that i from Townsend, Maryland, O. ..
F. Stump spent Wednesday In Jacksonville A. C. Griffin; of "Perfect Purification of tho System :: Letsch, Starke, 8-M-tt* ..
Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and children ; Way- f
LeSsburg! and Eustis looking after his Miss\ Elise and), Arthur Darby, returned Mr.\ O. J. Griffin passed to the great: cross, Go.; J. I>. Dyal and W. T. Elar- is Nature'a {o'IIIdlll' ion of I I .

business Interests there. Sunday nftcrnoon from a two expected, as ho had bp.eltn failing bee, of Tampa; Mrs. L. D. Dlnklns of Perfect Health, Why not rU FOR SALE:-Ono Chattanooga) 12 -

\ WK"K. stay In the mountain. *... ."t-wa ', thlrtr :;;Surrounded by roved one'* i fiU'i Du.--;; :; ,::; mgr. a'HI, i Mrs, u. p. n.t.. .ouraolf. of chrome ailment! that 8-roller kettle. Price cane $20.00 mill; for one both OO-gntlon W. S. .
Mrs. G. M. Inman, Misses Llacillc:! wut close frh.nds. This event was not un- stein and c.1 undermining \itnlity1 1 1M
Carolina.Mr. Son, Pike, Mr. and Mrs. are yo Futch, Hampton, Fla It* .
Johns and Gladys Russell motored to I exbected, as he had been in falling D. Holfttoin; and daughter: Doris, of Puri'y >'''IIP entire nyHtrtii> liy taking '.

Lake City Tuesday.Mrs. and Mrs. J. L. Corbett of Plant health for several years, and only Gainesville: ; Mr. and Mrs.! C. M. McKinney a thorough course of Culotub, WAN"ItiU-:U5 per cent commission M

I City and Miss Eva Rigdon ,returned through sheer determination had ha of Graham; Mr. and Mrs. --onco or twice .n. we< ': for several paid to ladles selling gloves, silk, t:

G. A. Collins, has as> her guest home, Thursday after spending, three kept up and striving to keep step In Scarborough, Junlus Smith, Miss wt'l'k't-/lllIt, s<*o }how Nature ra-' lingerie. Write' District mutineer,

Miss Lester Lee Powell, of Jackson weeks vlitinrIr.! Corbett's the march of life. Ha was confinedto Hnzet McNeil, all of Waldo; .W. H. ardd with lieiilth. Box t'22, Gainesville, Flit, foe
I parents, you
ville. his bed for eleven days with a com Griffin, of Pompano; Percy Griffin. agency: in your town. A-28 Wit'
in Wilmington, N. C. t'alotnM 1 tho R-catest: of nil
plication of diseases coupled with Miss Jeanette Hoper, Mr. and Mrs.! WANTED-Ground; i corn, put up In
W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville, spent and In spite of skillful :nH'i'in purifiers Ol't.1. family 100 lb. sack Can much
A. A. Durden, all of Hampton !Mr. uso as as
this week Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown of Odes ; I
several days here attendingto direction Ii
I medical attention and careful nursing and! Mrs. A. C. Durden and daughter pl\l'kat": eontai"im.f two tons at n time. Writ giving ,I I '
business. sa, have been visiting his parents, Mr.\ ., the hand of death could not be stayed. Mitt Jeanette, all of 1'oml'lIIr.; *, price :15 eta. ; trial lutokugt, prior, to K: I J. OWIIII/H, Box ..113Uiimtillu. : ''

and :Mrs. II. Y. Brown, of Starke, during The funeral took place Friday afternoon and, !Mm. Lord, of Olymrta. 10 at.;I. At any drug K.I.; ,,:'e'. (Adv.) I'Mii It'i
Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Starnes and the week. at thrco o'clock from the I
baby are expected to return home today family residence on N. Walnut St., SEED PEANUTSN. -rJ J

from Asheville, N. C. H. L. Brownlee, Sr., Joseph Thomas the many beautiful floral offeringsand ---I iI

James William Hrownlee and the largo concourse of relativesand C. or Florida Runner Sped Peanuts We can charge your

:Messrs. Luther Watson, J. F. John- Hugh Brownlee, Jr., have returned friends attesting to the personal $1.00 per bushel I (Four cent YES 8 HR 11

son and L. J. Wynn, of Hampton were from a motor trip to the mountains populartly of the deceased. The funeral per pound) f. o. b. Lowell Fla.

visitors to Starke Monday. of North Carolina.Mr. service was conducted by Rev. II. T. HALL COMPANY. Storage Battery In ) eSmith's

L. W. Kickliter, of the Baptist church i 10tf. Lowell, Fla.
Miss Jeanette Durden, of Tampa, and Mrs. Guy Prescott of and a quartette composed of !Mrs.\ A. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR :

is the guest of her sister, Mrs. O. L. Bainbridge, Ga., have returned home E. Wall, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Messrs.

Beasley. after spending two week with his John Powell and J. F. Kickliter, Sr., I announce my eandlilaey MARSHAL for tha office ef Garage sSrake? ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Prescott, softly sang "Thy Will Be Done" and marshal of tha town of Stark., aubjact to thoaction ,
Mrs. J. T. Moore and Mrs. Will Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edwards. of tha voter at tha aleetlon to bo held
"In the Hour of Trial. Tha minis Tucmlay. Peat Hth f hava given the town.yrnr I
of Lawtey, were visitors to read from of faithful ....1.. aa night manhal. and .
ter comforting passages will appreciate the votea lait for will ...
Starke Tuesday afternoon. I Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long and the Bible and paid a high tribute to riirri* the laws of the town faithfully ma. and ,Im- I l...... .-
daughter, Annie, of Palatka; spent the virtues of the deceased. pnillally., A. L. ALVARK4I : ,
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph : Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Long's I II
: Owen James Griffin was born Sep- I nnnounea mraulf a ..ndld.,. for the office
office. mother, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, and !Mr. of tnarahal for the town of Htarka. aubjr to
1859! and the :
tember 28th to
i iMr passed i tie I rlretlon I to bo hald Srptemtxr Ith. I will I
and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. great beyond August 20th, 1925: .tflv> the offlca my unillvlilpil attention, and on
;!. O. Beasley, :Miss Jeanette therefore he had reached on life's I thli baale whit the upport of the town ole.. I
Durden, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Kelly and Interesting journey the milestone numbering six -
motored Gainesville Tuesday.A. family left Thursday for -I
to ty-five yearn' eleven months and eight $
their home In Arcadia, Flo., after a born Charton]
days. lIe was In county -'
A. Dudren, of Hampton, was delightful visit with their mother at Ga., and was the son of Mr. and For Sale! !

transacting business here Tuesday nf- 1 Kelly cottage, Kingtiley lake. !Mrs. Edward T. Grifflin. lIe "spent' .a

ternoon. his boyhood on a big farm near Way. .N
I Everything you need for cross Ga., and at the age: of twentyone 80 acres! In Bradford County, t

Wonderful line of new Silks school children at Stump's.Mrs. went to Kanapaha, Ga., and withJ. Section 35; 21 acres!' cleared balance E
and Crepes for Fall at Stump's. I II. Baker engaged In the naval I' ii
E. Matthews: and daughter, Stores business, later coming toIampton. in cutting timebr or can be Y

Miss Free Mynn, who is teaching at I Miss Florence, returned home Tuesday ;\ Fla., where he and Mr. turpentined. Half mile from R. f

Brooker, spent the week-end with her from Chatham. Ontario where Baker operated very successfully in K. and state road mile to P. O.
aunt Mrs. J. T. Quigley.Mrs. they were guests of :Mrs. :Matthew's
the naval !stores business. Right in the heart of the Straw.berry
brother, Dr. Felix Wltkovski. On October 27th 1805 Mr. Griffin
belt all land is clay bottom I
Josephine Edwards: Is in Sara. wan married t oMIss Lila Dyal, who
scota visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. Frank Carpenter will return to was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John -$3,500 cash, $350; binder bal I

O. Daniel.J. Starke first of next week from HighPoint Dyal, of Hampton, and to this! union ance when abstract I is delivered.

N. C., where he has been employed was born three children, two of whom This property Is held at this

W. Andrews, Jr., local Ford dealer by the Winston-Salem Jour- urvive him. About fifteen years ago price for one month will advance I When You Need Money

unloaded another carload, of Ford- nal.! \ Mr. Griffin moved to Starke where he e
sharply after time I Is You
son tractors Wednesday. had interests In ginning, naval store
Mrs. F. F. Stump and daughters operations and mertcantile business deal with owner who has!' held {

Mrs. J. C. Terrell, of White Springshas Evelyn, Marjorie and Lillian, returned For a number of years he wa a memo this property for 26 years never To carry on your business remember that a depositor

been visiting her parents, Mr. homo Sunday from a visit with ber of the city council and a directorof IMI the market before.BURNS. in this bank will always get accommodation from
and Mrs. II. Y. Brown, this week. relatives in North Carolina and Vir the Bradford County Bank. "Capt.

ginia.: Griffin" as he was famllarlty called, ui, if we can possibly tee our way clear to grantingit. ,

Mrs. Alice Langford, of Alachua, was a man among men; scrupulously '
was the guest of her son, Maurice :Mrs. J. 3!. Brownlee and :Mrs. W. honest-his word being good as his Ii

Langford the first of the week. Kingsley: Lake at the Weeks cottage.L. bond. He was a man of generous .,0
Wall are spending the week at Green Cove Springs Florida Whether you are a large depositor or a small one
and Mrs. B. S. Russell, of Ocala, NOTItC OP GUARDI GALS
Miss Marguerite Shriver returned Mr. Thlrt' d.". alter data hrao I the ....r... .- makes no difference in the attention request
Wednesday from Atlanta where she were here the first of the week visit alnna.1 for Bar William. Minor "holr your
of hrd'li'I' .. d ..4.: will
friends. < *a apply ta will
bought beautiful line of hats and ing tha Honor.M. C.... A. Gardiner, County Judge receive.
dresses for her popular shoppe. I. ''In and for Bradford Count,. Florida, for an
The offices and shops of the Quig- anUr to aall at prlvau aala all' :lend: aartalnInumt
: batoiHrlna- to laid 1 minor to th.follnwlno 666
Ladies Fall Hats at ley-Davis have been moved to one of dner.bod land ...-.."I Start an accbunt with us.
new ...... .
Stump's. of the Colley brick buildings! near the Southeast.."...... of HoothwMt of Northwest.....rt.Quarter.Korttwaat ., Ea..t. ..i s ....".u.. fat
Call street railroad ero ll"ll. Their half of III" of the South- Malaria Chills and Fever
Nj.i : h"h',7ur't'
: .
Mr.and and Mrs. George: C. Whiter: ;. budding was destroyed by fire a few was quarter.of the auth....' qnarter' and goothwaatQuarter Nortb Dengue or !Hllloun/ Fever

Mrs. O. W White and chldren weeks ago.ContractJI. half" of the Soutrwaat. quarter af the Booth It tlUa Ida s.....
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at .u. all In BMtJon 52, Township 1.
are at: Kingsley Lake occupying the South Ran. 22 Eaat ......Inln... ..0.....
for deeds chattel mortgage .. .. BANK OF STARKE
Sternberg cottage. mora or Bald landa Idea; and bleu. ; In r.
blanks, option contracts, war Bradford Ztth Caunty day .of Florida.TMa. Au.t2S.. Habitual Constipation Cared
Mr. ranty deeds, retain title notes, tuff b. A. M. WILIAMS la 14 tall Uays .
and Mrs. S. S. Dowlingand
little Tallahassee pentlne leases.etc., for sale a| the Guardian far Bay Willlama; Minor -LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially) .' The Bank Helpful Service
daughter, Nettle are l-2- t-9-t9. prepared SyrupTunle-Lazativekrt tlabltuot'
visiting Mrs. DowIIng's par. Telegraph office. Constipation. It relieves promptly and 4w.
nets, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Stroman. To Car a Cold la OM D y should be taken regularly' for 14 to 21 daystoaducereguiar.ctlono WE: PAY 4 PER CENT' ;ONISAVINCS
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rhodes and Tat LAXATIVE: BUOMO QUININE Tablau. N ; Stimulate and

Mrs. Jeff White and son, Raymond, son left Tuesday morning Mrs. for RhoJas their Mops. tha E. w.bKOVESaitaatareaaaaehboa.Couch and Headach aa4 _"*soa.tbeCGI4. Refulatea. Very Pleasant to Take. 60operbotUe.

of Tampa, who have been guests oft home in Tallahassee. .

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r Iloais.f Hall's Catarrh Medicine astrous coures through eastern Iowa sible to fry eggs on street car rails.

.-- f The certificate Is signed by Dr. J. Thorn. who are In a "run-down". condition and southern Illinois yesterday, Damage to crops and property es
R. Mohler, chief of the United State'! will more notice than that when Catarrh they bothers are In trmmmuch wood bringing vivid memories of the tor- timated in the neighborhood of $lr

FARMERS and FARMING Department of Agriculture Bureauof health. This fact proves that while nado disaster of mid March. Cooler 000,000 was caused by rain, wind and I
Animal Industry, Dr. J. V. Kamp Catarrh Influenced Is by a local cormtltutlonftt dl...a>., It conditions.HALL'S Is I(reatly. weather was predicted today for the hail in Iowa and Illinois. At places

;state veterniarian and J. C. Fish In- CATARRH IHKIMCI U a heat belt where yesterday It was pos the has) was the size of hen eggs.
-- spector in charge. Combined Treatment bnth local and Internal -
and been uiceaxful In the
TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE treatment of Catarrh for over forty year >


connection with the general at a profit.If .

'! Dr. Leukel is a graduate of the movement of people to Florida, the you are interested in this subject -
HOME: in touch with CountyI
HELP CLUBS Wisconsin College of Agriculture snd county agents are often called on to get your '
BASKETRY WORK received his Ph.D. degree from that assist those seeking locations for agricultural I Agent, your State Swine Specialists, We bunt this puzzle this week be- not, it is not a correct puzzle.
institution this spring, having spec purposes. Before a man I for one of the_ development agents of cause it Is a good puzzle, but It Is a For example take the.puzzle by

Making pine-needle;; ; and raffia-tie. ialized in agronomy, botany and plant settles In an agricultural section, he I Ithe Seaboard Air Line Railway. violation of the cross word puzzle Pincus Hertz, which we published Ina

and other baskets it is one of the Important chemistry. lie has had considerable generally seeks the advice and help The exhibits that take prizes at theory. The puzzle was made by previous issue. 'On the four corners

lines of work being done by experience In educational work in that of the county agent. I the fair are not hurriedly thrown together Miss Emma Wilson and It possesses there are abbreviations. Theseare

county home demonstration agents state also. "Had several office consultationslast at the last minute. They are so many good combinations that we entirely cut off from the rest of

among their women's and girls' clubs He organized agricultural work in week concerning agriculture and worked on long weeks ahead of time. believed our readers would enjoy It. the puzzle. This makes the puzzle

and club members evidence much Interest ( the Coachilla Valley of California, soil fertility in this county with pros- When you send puzzles to The wrong. If the four corners were
in this subject. i a region somewhat similar to much of pective settlers and investors" says During 1924 183: farmers' business blocked in, the puzzle would be right
Miss Sallfe Lindsey agent in Lee Florida in 1910,18 and later went Into a report by II. P. Peterson, Okeechobee organizations sold 70OOlCOO/ dozens Telegraph In the future, try and have because the words in the central part

county, assisted in coductlng the t the army. county agent._ of eggs for $22,000,000. all the words interlock. If they doe of the puzzle Interlock.
and Home Institute In Volusta Every mail brings inquires -- -
In the after- :
county during July. ing the possibilities of
noons she taught basketry and she Dade county, according to J. S. Rainey I I 10 IIIc
sot I IJllUl'h FARMERS' WEEK -
reports that "the audience showed the county agent. He says that four
Washington Aug.
enthusiasm over the basketry I 1 dairymen from Alabama were recently I6I
(By Spuds Johnson) of construction in Florida was 10 H Ih
that they kept the instructor there ] in the county looking for locations.
to the Interstate Commerce
until dark and then got her out of., I have Just returned from the "Four new dairymen are moving into proposed I 10 19 zue
Commission through the Brooksville\
led at daylight to give further in II Farmers' and Fruit Growers' Week the county in a few days. Many ,
structions." I,lilt the College of Agriculture, and I newcomers also are figuring on poultry and Inverness, a new subsidiary the ,
Seaboard desired to construct nineteen
"The Crystal River Junior Club ;I tell you I sure did get new insplraI farms. I am kept pretty busy I'
i miles of railroad from the TamPa -
members all made reed flower bas- I]I I I tion and determination over there. helping these! newcomers get started," Northern at Brooksville to connect zd
kets:recently and carried them home Mora than 700 other farmers and says J. A. Shealy county agent of I I _
with its main line at Holder. The
in them" says a I farm there and It Pasco In the connection 30 31 3f.3a .
+ with wild flowers I I women were was a report to Agricultural will\ materially shorten the
report by Mrs. E. W. Moore, agent I worth the expense Just to get talk Extension Dlvisloon. ,
distance betwen Inverness and Tam- asJ
In Citrus county. "The girls were i I and swap ideas with them. I got a A number of prospective settlers
the Seaboard Air Line wellas
slopped by many adults who wantedto lot of good out of that. visited the office of County Agent S. pa over 6S
know all about the bankets. One I Then the association with the fac- W. Hiatt, in West Palm Beach oven opening up a new agricultural 3B
and of rock.
girl is making baskets for the wo- ulty of the Agricultural College and week recently according to his re- area sources phosphate 41 4 3 '

man's exchange In Crystal River. The the members of the staffs of the Extension port. Among them were three dairy- Clear-water-$1,060,000 bond issue

Pleasant Grove and Homosassa clubs Division, Experiment Station men looking for locations. constructing first seven-mile stretch 4
made trays and baskets with which and State Plant Board was also value I And so it Is with a great majorityof this place to mainland. '

they were well pleased." able. These are the folks who are the county agents, a good part of S
Seventeen pine-needle and 18 palmetto what you might call "in front line their time is spent helping prospec- Lakes Wales-Plans broposed for

baskets were started one week trenches" of agriculture In the state. tive settlers get located and startedin establishing new grapefruit canning

,, recently by club women under the They keep up with the most advanced their work.ESTIMATES. plant here. 1. A sharp blow 15. Medieveal trading vessel
a f, supervision of Miss Louise M. Pick- methods and progressive farmers will I 2. A three-toed sloth 17. Used in oaths
Mt. sells
ens, assistant home demonstration find them a source of much help. : FOR YEAR'S Dora-County $3,379,256 3. Suffix 17. To consume food
agent In Duval county. And not the least of the good features ,. COTTON CROP INCREASE road and bridge bonds. I 4. Stomach 21. Silver white metallic\ element

Many of the counties having home of the week was the privilege MILLION DOLLAR CROP 5. To fly or move rapidly (abbr.) -
demonstration agents are. doing bas- of hearing talks by men and women Condition of Florida Crop 78 Per DAMAGE THROUGH WEST 6. Used In making varnishes 22. Silence by force

ketry work, and instruction in this prominent in agricultural work In Cent 28,000 Bales. I 7. A preposition 24. To soak in liquid

subject was given daily at Farmers' the south such as W. C. Lassetter, Washington-An-increase of 424- New York, Aug. 20.-The weather'' 8. To succeed or gain 26. Gloom

Week, under the supervision of Miss editor of The Progressive Farmer, 000 bales in this year's prospective has returned to the first page in the I 9. Child's name for father 28. A thick sweety liquid

Elise Laffitte. Miss Mary Mima organization speci- cotton crop was announced today by middle west. While a rival of the 11. An open woven fabric, tied with 37. To float aloft through the air

( alist of the Louisiana Extension Service the department of agriculture in its early July heat wave sent the mercury meshes 31. A seaport on the Southern coastof
WEST FLORIDA FARMERS and a great number of others.It semi-monthly report which forecasts skyrocketing to record heights In 12. An enemy Asia Minor

ARE SELLING GOOD CROPSAT PRICES is an inspiration Just to hear them. I production at 13,090,000, equivalent parts of Kansas and Missouri, severe :i 14. A malicious woman 33. Central Peninsula of Southern
PHOSPERITY Then there was the splendid pipe 600-pound bales. wind and hail storms ploughed dis39 16. A passing fancy Asia I

Harvesting cotton, tobacco, corn organ music by Seibert on the An- I I The condition of the crop ImprovedI 18. The imaginary world inhabitedby 35. A small) shrubby evergreen plant.

and sweet potatoes, and preparationsfor derson memorial organ at the University 1- 'I In the half month in all states except fairies (Any plant of the genus geumof
fall truck crops are keeping far- which was Just about as goodas South Carolina Alabama and Arkan- li ON"? 20. A river in Hungary the rose family)
mere of northern and western Florida any in the United States. We ru- .,SUFFER: 22. Abbr. for graduate 36. A State (abbr.)

buny. According to reports by coun- ral folks don't have the opportunity I I sas.The condition of the crop on August / ;{ No need do .. 23. Goddess of the Earth (myth) 37. Roman antique money made of
ty agents, this section is enjoying a to hear music like this often. 10 was estimated at 62.0 per cent ,m with any to disease I 21. A large shrub of the Mallow copper or bronze

season of abundant harvest and good And the entertainment includingthe of a normal Indicating an acre yieldof I ] caused by malaria. I family. 39. Personal pronoun
prices. picnic, in fact everything, combined 141.1 pounds compared with 6:>.6 }, Tbe .'.a remedy for t 25. To cry plaintively; as a child 40. Literate in arts (form used
Cotton Is unusually good in Es- to make it a most enjoyable per cent and 139.8 pounds on August them all-tucd with I 26. A boy's name when degree is given women)

catnbla county with picking well ad- week. I only hope that I will be ableto 1, this year and 69.9 pen cent on August SUCCCM for 6O peon.r I 27. Road (abbr.) (abbr.)

vanced and little damage from weevils attend again next August. 16, last year, when the final yield 28. Samarium (abbr.) 42. A stone which splits readily
according! to Wingate Green, the was 157.4 pounds. i I II 29. The wing of a bird 44. A native Hawaiian food
county agent. The condition of the Florida crop r I II I 30. The horizontal piece of wood at 45. To scold (Scotch)

Cotton In Baker ,county also I 111 TRUCK CROPS on August 16 and the forecast of pro- Ii I the bottom of window 47. Parent stock of the Hindus

looking good with prospects for a Preparing seedbeds and land for duction (in bales of 500-pounds gross 32. A town in Alessandia province; 49. Any tropical plant of the Arum

*. fair yield, says County Agent Robert full truck crops and keeping groves weight) as indicated by the condition I i Piedmont Italy family.
F. Ward and vineyards in shnpe are some of Iby I states, is: Florida 78 per cent and I 34. A grassy field or plain 60. To dash about

"Sold majority of the tobacco: the operations being carried on by 28,000 bales forecast. I i 37. Derived from a Greek word

grown Wakulla county last weekon formers of South Florida now. meaning other THE '
a Georgia market says II. E. "Seedbeds are coming up and landis DECREASE IN: HOG PRODUCTIONThe CASKETS 38. Planet 0 NAME RAID

,: Galloway the county agent. "The being prepared for fall truck crops U. S. Department of Agriculture COFFINS & 41. Aptitude cunning
42. Sermon (Abbr.)
price obtnlned was very satisfactoryto says a report by J. R. Gunn Osceola with the cooperation of the Ru- And a Fall Line of ,
43. A period of time DON ARE HIND
growers" county agent. ral Letter Carriers all the I
over country UnJtrtakin' Supplier
4 i. Any soft food for babies
Farmers of Broward DEE LAYS OSME
: county are has just completed its midyearpig
Tay'tor 40. Each (Abbr.)
I protecting their seedbeds against both
shows decrease
a -
survey. survey AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
growers of his county to sell tobaccoon floods and droughts, according to 48. Them, then, (Abbr. Archaic I
of 18 cent in the number
per Always on hand. The best ser E A35E OGAM AE
a Georgia market at a satisfactoryprice. County Agent J. R. Gunn.
I of brood decrease of 8.7
sows, and a Tie at the lowest prices Spa I R $ L I N N Y
growers are preparing: and per cent in the number of pigs saved HORIZONTAL
dal attention to telegraph
According to County Agent J. J. planting seedbeds of peppers, egg I j I this spring over last spring. In the1 ders. Registered Embalmer.DeWITF 1. To wrench apart 0 EEL ODOCRC
Sechrest, Hamilton County tobacco plant cabbage. Cover crops have Corn Belt states a decrease of 19.0 5. A defect MAL RED

growers were well pleased with open- been grown this summer, and with a I per l cent in brood sows, and a decreaseof 9. Pertaining to every day IS HARBOR DOL
ing prices, but were not so well pleased good season to date a fine crop Is 10.6 per cent in the pigs saved Is C. JONES 10. Pertaining to ancient Rome TROD EGAL R

with prices received for the better assured" says Leo H. Wilson, Lake I shown for this year over last. For STARKE, FLA 12. 'Befuddled (old slang) LYRE
grades later on. County Agent. Citrus growers are the states served by the SeaboardAir 13. Philosophy of morals DUTY BJY
"Farmers of Laurel Hill sold three lusting and spraying for rust mites, I Line Railway, the figures are as
cars of sweet potatoes this week," and grape growers spraying for an- I It follows:

says a report by R. J. Hart, Oklaloosa h racnose. Virginia, Sows spring 1925 compared

i county agent. Farmers of cast IIIHsborough coun- spring 1924 18.9 cent decrease
per ; THE-COB
"Big stem potato growers in Alnchuo ty are beginning to harvest corn Pigs saved spring 1025, compared .

section report a very successfulyear crops and berry growers are preparIng spring 1924 7.7 per cent decrease.
," says Fred L. Craft, the county land for berry crops, says R. T. North Carolina Sows spring 1923 PeR .."-. eArl ee6-US CU EASTERN liUDf f FIRST STOP I 11 f

agent of Alachua county. "Farmers Kelley the county agent. Hay cutting compared spring 1924, 19-1 per cent LOOKS -n-foDcn. AND Sw eT-' 'PFreRM'eJ," TO BB NEAT ftrr-rea.DROPS owns,WOAlDE"
are beginning to sell\ tobacco at good is also In progress. decrease; Pigs saved spring 1923, SPREADS BWTTBI .MOST C.- AND !HOT\ NOISY f IF8AsoulVeUILL\ CLEAN IT ?
prices, also." W. R. Briggs, county agent of Lee compared spring 1924, 9.1 cent de. WHICH RUMS O JP tfw PlATBAvD fteSlSTBUS! PLBA.uBB: -1! Fiwseea STICKY |
r "Our farmers have been busy har.vesting recently disinfected some seedbeds crease. per TABU CLOTH MAKES FIRST TURN WITHOUT. FEELS DROP CV&OO RuWWIWfr.
one of the best cotton crops with steam and commercial disinfec SPRINKLES! SALTW19HE9 : 9KtDDING UP ARIA -
ever grown in Walton county" says tants. South Carolina Sows spring 1925, HC HAD SUBSET Cloves'AUT I .- ....... '' .. -".
? J. compared spring 1924, 23.3 per cent \> BATHi"*" <;. SUIT -
W. Mathison.
County delighted Agent with the splendid"Theyare price EXPERIMENT STATION: pared decrease; pigs 1924 saved 18.8 spring 1925 com WATERS AT MOUTH ( 1 1A 1n t
DAIRY spring per cent de. '
obtained. We are also waking preparations crease. .

for a good fall truck crop." ON ACCREDITED LIST Georgia sows sbring 1925 compared ,,. ,1

W. L. Watson, Duval county agent, The dairy herd of the Florida Ag- spring 1924 2.6 per cent decrease; r 1
says that truck gardeners are begin ricultural Experiment Station has re- pigs saved spring 1925 compared
ning to prepare their land for fall spring 1924 20.8 /lJ
cently been placed on the accredited per cent increase.
crops with prospects! for a heavy demand
list free Alabama Sows
as from tuberculosis according spring 1925, com-
and a good market. to a certificate received by pared spring 1921, 16.5 per cent decrease -

LEUKEL :MADE ASSISTANT John M. Scott animal Industrialist ; pigs saved spring 16.5 per !i..5..i '1tlS

CRASS AND FORAGE CHOPS of the Experiment Station who is In cent decrease; pigs saved spring 1925

SPECIALIST FOR FLORIDA charge of the herd.'Tuberculosis compared spring 1924, 1.3 per cent In- I, e

eradication work is crease.
Dr. W. A. Leukcl, foremrly assistant conducted by the United States Department Florida, Sows spring 1925 compared

agronomist at the Wisconsin of Agriculture In coopera- spring 1924. 16.2 per cent decrease;
Experiment Station has accepted an tion with the livestock officials, and pigs saved spring 1923 compared Q
appointment as assistant and when herd has been spring 1924 II." cent decrease.
grass a tested sufficiently per STEPS Oat THE STARTER IU-f : ALL 6UMI9BV UP f f
l forage specialist the Florida This data indicates
crop to prove that it contains nib a shortage of '
MUST DO90METHINFseAaoigs r fff,
Experiment Station and has tuberculous hogs for market this
recently cattle It Is placed on the coming fall and .
taken up his work in this state. The accredited list. winter.: A crop of 43 million pigs Is ItUOTO -NO LUCKTBiBS -
.* ON ALL SIXES f! IBAVBCVT ourV/iti ofen* PORK-" GOOD f
grass and forage crops work of the The Experiment Station herd estimated\ this year from the corn
Florida station is'being greatly enlarged which contains 69 purebred cattle, belt states compared with 47,600,000 WONDERS WHY OMC OMB 70ESVT \MiSrtef poaavTHTi/a MiD I, HOP9 LAPY AT SIE'*T TALE TOCSHV

with Dr. Leukel's assistance has had little trouble with tubercu-, in 1924, and 69,000,000 in J923. The INVENT MUD fflMM/ > !PCR.COBM : TUttKlSHTOWSJfta- f Nones Bvnr SIMPLY HAS TOTHOSi

corn belt states are the principal hog EATER! f *? ? USES TABLE CLOTH WIIaI'NAtTea's DtsSN4A0tl PE5XYHUSMJIf ,
-. ---- --- ----------- ---- BUCK! f
-- -- .8 TU&WB&
producing sections of the country,
and a hog shortage there will materially .
Better Fertilizer Be Made? affect,the market.In 2 4

the Southern states there has -:
.... 0,;:; 1 i.
been a general decrease In the num. ."",;
We Would Make It"
ber of hogs kept on farms. It Is .... r
estimated that the ten cottbn states ,
SIMON PURE AND GTM BRANDS had 4 and one-half million less hogson .
"Time Tried and Crop T.sted".July farms in 1923
than In 1920 At
1st 1923 New PRICELIST of Brands m
Regular Just Issued. Get
the South
7 present is far from producIng -
same before placing your order. Send orders now for FALL dequfrements. Its own meat requirements. This a

t, are delays and be ready when Fertilizer is needed. QUALITY first FAIR fact, coupled with a shortage In the
prices PROMPT shipment.E. .
hog of the
crop principal meat producing
O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY sections of the country Indicates -
an opportunity for the southern ,
1 M Jacksonville, Dnral County, Florida. farmer to raise more hogs for market wnwterr -- OHA 'a.-


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10 aero more served for alley purpoat I 0' R. D. Clayloo. Unite said certificate. shall
Said oale : pursuant to and fur Do appear to the said bill of complaint on 'I he reueonted iii'c'
| F
according to law. drad I SgnsDempsey
tax will
th. .attraction of aald dec,,- with coat. or before the Seventh day of September A. Issue thereon on the Slat day of September [ j jFloyd 1
! D. lftt.5. .nI In due
B. A. OREKN: count deftno and act up A. **. IV0.
Special Mauler whatever claim or Interact which you and each iUfjm' official l algnatum. and seal thla
. E. M. JOHNS of you may have to tha above described prop the .) of Auiuat A. 1 D. 1DJ5.
. Solicitor I for Complainant. 8-7-Bt-0. arty, or tha said bill will be taken .. confcaaad O. ALDERMAN

, >. Lennptdtions4 euamst you. drill! ) Clerk of the Circuit t.' .,iu of HitI-
MASTERS SALB It .la further ordered that this order be ford County ('orl..... J
:' Hereby nolle .la given that under and bytiitue published' once a week. for eight. consecutive B" C. A. Knliht.
r of that certain final deer. of 10..- Weekc In the Bradford County Telegraph a 821St.U: Deputy: II I.. .. !
closure made and entered on the 5th. day of weekly newspaper of general circulation, published

t Auguit. A. D. mil. bv the Honorable A. Z.lkrd."f In Stark Bradford county, Florida.. NOTICE' OP APPLICATION I
CURTISS-SO SALLIE uncontrollable love for him made me I of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, WITNESS the Honorable Jadge. ot fJjF.UNIIFR; : 571"of TIX I
; :: Tn and for Bradford County In the said circuit court and the official seal ot :
BURNS TilE POTATOES long to gather him in my arms and Chancery. In that certain .aias therein pond. the Clerk of this court aa wall .. hI. slgnatura TUB CBMkRAL: HTATHTB8 I 1

"Can I be of any assistance ?' have him unburden his soul. But there mat Complainant.\ Th* Federal thin the 11th day of July, A. D. 1025.G. .
Land Bank o\h"c ft ooraoratlon andagnat W. ALDERMAN. Notice !I. hereby (flv.n that J. s' Itihiniionpurchattvr \
Curtiss Wright was standing immediately -I was the thought of Anne and that the defendanta. Jeff H. Dowllng. Alta (Seal) Clark Circuit Court, Bradford of TAX Certificate No. 12ft, taint' I

outside on the green patchof creeping coldness about my heart. Dowllng. J. A. How. Btfl Howe, Th County. Florida.. the 2nd day of UIA. U. 11)13! < 'has filed \
aid certificate I In anl
office hoc
Florid Pin Company a corporation and By C. A. KNIGHT. my made
lawn. "I'm sorry but I can't let those the Lawtey National Farm Loan Accoclatlon. BC'k. application fur tax deed to i lassie In aecordnnre

I must have looked funny with the potatoes burn again on your account. ft corporation, th* undcralgncd Special. Maater. A. S. CRKWS.!: with law. Said curtlfIrate embraciii the fo|I.
I In said cause, appointed to ....u'- ..'d decree I !;ollcltor for lowIng described property situated: In Bradford .
hammer in one hand, the curtain in Cou see the Clancys won't let me do on Monday the 7th day of Sep Lota Two (5)( ) and Four (4)). and a atrip' County. Florida to-wlt: ,

the other and a mouth full of tacks, anything for them fUiancillay and the b.I'k.: D. 1929. during the legal honra of Roblnaon-a Com. 11 ft.lot 8.and of Southeast West Cor.. of 3. 0. .
run papallel with
the courthouse door In
which I began to remove. I lookedat family budget Is in my hands. So if ale Star..thereon.. Bradford before County Florida cell the NOTICE Or GUARDIAN 8ALU aid lot 70 ft. S. toll f.. B IDA ft. N, im ft. w. .

him across the rows of red geraniums you'll excuse me, III say good bye." aid following I radford ueaeribed lands Florida lying'to and th being hlfliheat In Thirty day after-;data 'hereof I th* underlined Southwest 85 ft.. M (quarter ft. to be tn. In$.Northwest k.. It... quarter 1$. Town of Q l .\ .

and before I realized what I was (To be continued) and beat bidder. County for each to-wlt Guardian of Cecil Whltehead> and hip 8. 8. RJinji* 12 Eaat.

doing I laughed. Lots (.. 65. IS. and all In Section Twenty tunica Whltehead. Mlnoro, will apply to th. The said land belno; aacMiH at Ills data n' ,
and Lola .. 11 and North half of lot 12 In lonorablo Gco. A. Gardiner. County Judge tha issuance of ...b aartlticata& In tha n.... I,
I hadn't meant our meeting to be Section Twenty.nlne. all In Townahlp f South ot Bradford County.. Florid.. on to-wlt I the rtt ITnltnnv.H.- tlntt.m mMiA\t\ >mt* _-k.-1" KAredeetned
54th day of Auguit., 1928. for aa order to cell ftceordlnv to law. tat deed will I In.u ;:
this. But I couldn't if 22 Boat, shown of said
like it Rangc aa on map
my "" Sectlono. TownshIps and Rang. .. of record .t private sale lbs following danrlbod 1_.... thereon on the Slat day of September A. I
senses were singing and my heart I(L How Old Is Mary In the office of Clerk of Circuit Court of to-wlt D. US*. .
Lola Seven and Eight of Block Two. In tha Witness my official signature ami seal this :
leaping with Joy. For a brief moment said County and State, In Book 1, pago 1 of
mapa and plat : said lands containing <] Town of La_... Bradford County. Florida.Booordlnv the nth day of August. D. 1955.

I allowed myself the over J ....... ...0.. or lisa* Including one-half of all to aaap and plat of said I 1""o.. 0. W. ALDERMAN .
whelming rapture which his presence abutting. atreeta or roadways ..hloh.... by recorded In the Public Reeorda of th* Seal) Clerk of tha Circuit Court of Bradford
: Office at Starka. Bradford County. 1'10.... County Flort'la. ,
agreement of the partlea thereto to lie forever Abovq I. "
inspired and then, remembering Anne to public traveL Thla Slrd day of July, A. D. I9S5. By O. A. Knlfhb itllmfn ,

my dignity returned.I k..i.r'I. to be made pursuant to and for REBECCA!: : WHITTCHEAD: : .11"-19 Deputy clerk Michigan City Intl.. promoter, a : \
tha purpose of satisfying lbs said decree with Guardian for Cool and Eunlc Whltehead real thorn In the aide of the N. Y.
sat on the top of the latter and -... '--14-It--. Mlaora. : "
regarded him with serious eyes. I ,. .. A. 8. CREWS NOTICB oIls or APPLICATION INTEREST TO LANDS"SILL' MIX. Boxlns Commission" which U try*

.Spool.I M"'" "> Cbano.ry NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Dempsoy for lack
must have asked the usual platitudesand
DEED UNDER SECTION 178 or respect Fltisimmona claims to
I. that th underahrnad.
NOTICE hereby given -
then asked if he might come in. RoHcUofor Complainant g.7-6t-9-4 TUB GENERAL STATUTES
--' r'- aa Guardian of th* person and property nave the champion' signature for .
"Certainly I replied. of Ida May Penny. minor heir at law ef title bout
kf Notlc I I. hereby given. that O. B. Cobon.urchooer
ida May Fanny Oeaaaaad. and heir of her
Then it occured to me to ask him of tax certificate No. 120. dated irandfathcr:, Ely; Hick: deoeaaed. I lata af July 4, 192a for which Demp- 4;
p Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial] | C.reult the End day of August. A. D. USD. bee filed '.
why he was here. <. BnUford County, 8Ut of Florida. In Chancery. Bradford County. will apply to) the ICY Is reel( the record plUM
said certificate In my office and baa good
onorabU George A. Cardlner. County Judn
"Oh, I've just returned and longedto application for tog deed to issue: In aecordanc of Bradford County. Florida at hie office Tn of-,!. Ume-$1OO. .
1' Thoj Federal Land Bank of Co.umbta with I.... Bald certificate embrace. thafollowing
see how things were going at the a corporation Complainant Stark. Ilorlda. on tha loth day Of September \1
... daoerlbed" : property situated la A. D. 1929 at two o'clock p. at.* or .. aoon "
plant. The Clancys are my special Bradford County. Florida to-will ..
hereafter for authority to
was attracted too, by the charming H.Gnl T. Thornrw Smith., Emma and Lawtvy Thomaa National Smith.Farm Lot II of Blk. II In Ward City. Section t, ___"n _.". ._..-'...aa...,_.can_J.stsl.. ._ ..n._ "_- ._ _"....__ _-.hl...... IIIGIIEIt UP J.liI

friends so I thought I'd drop by. I Loan Auotilatlon a eorporation Dvfendlunfa. TS.R.IO&The said land being aaaeaood at tha date ef can and be Interact obtained of the therefor said. minor, all the In and right to title th* I "Broden and Si ten," said Parson '

the locuanoa of aueh ...tlll.... In the name Jones, "Ah got aumthin" Ah wants to
of their home the window allowing deaarlbcd lands, situated In Bradford 'M
appearance x. It npe*artnfr. by affidavit appended to the 1
ofFloreua Ward. Unlaaa said certificate' shall
( boxes and the flowers outside." bill iliad In 1h. aboveUtMl cauji that Jerry Eie redeemed according; to law, tea deed will: A one-County tenth to-wlt undivided Interact. In the W.t talk to you-all about an' Ahm goith'to
Smith and Genie Smith. hi. wife. two of the Issue thereon on tha tilt day Of Auguat. A. do it bdo' th' season ({Its any old-
"Yes, Miss Sallie did all of it" deftrntlrtnU therein named are r..ld.nt> of halt of tha Southeast quarter and the But .
D. 102 i
half. of the Southwest quarter of Section ah. Las' wintah the' front
----1! the State of Florida but eonetaltng them eveytlme
from the are .
came a voice adjoining room, Wltneca my official signature and ..l this 'hlry-one.. To..n.hls..n South R4ngsTwsntytwo
elve. BO that process cannot be _.rvcMl upon the 27th day of July A. D. 11)25.O. ) ot land came an' you-all went out 'an' killed'
"I can't come out Mr. Curtiss, if ya'11be them and that each of them are over the ass. : W. ALDERMAN _.. Eoet. Except: ft strip oclbs
of It .Is therefor orderedthat North side of th. Northwest' ef yer hawgn, Ah nachnlly expected to r
twenty-one years : rt'C.1"u.
excusin me, Sir, I won't let Clark Circuit Court Bradford County, FloridaMASTER'S the Southeaat quarter and the .* "*
said resident defendanta be and they arehereby
Miss Sallie go unpralsed. She's a required to appear to the bill of com By 0. A. Knight. tar of the Southwest quarter of about thre.acres sit somo poko. But all Ah ever sot
.81-St.8.28 CI.rk.
little bit of heaven Sir and without __ plaint filed In aid mae,. on or before the D.DU E alao one half .... In the Northwest wintah was jest pilS' fort phI' ;
corner of th Northeast' quarter of tha South
7 7th day of September A. D. 1925. otherwIath. *
; feet Ah tl'nd feet Ah
knows how SALE weal quarter I In Section Thirty-one. Townahlp ; got so pils' i
her, Lord we'd a gotten allegations of said bill will be taken u
1.I confined by said defendant Satan South. Rang Twenty-two But con- couldn't look a hawpc In An'what I
at this trytn' time.
along It I. further ordered that this order be pub Notlo U hereby Bv-n( that under and by talnlii. one hundred flfty-l and on* bait i Ah wants to announce to youlIright I
I was covered with confusion and Ibthed once a week for four eonsmntlve weeksIn virtu of that certain final decr. of forvoloiur acres more o. 1_

tried to stop her but she kept righton. the Bradford Count; Telegraph a newspaper mad and rendered on July 27th. A. D.. ROSA B. NORWOOD now In, thet you-all oxpeks me '
Guardian of Ida May 1'cnny.Dated \
publUhed I tn anld County and State. 1025 by Ilonor-bU A. Z. Ad kin*. Judge of the to preach In dlnhero congrcKnidiun clla
Curtiss seemed to hang on her This August 6th 1025. Circuit Court In and for Bradford County, I August 7th. IOU 8-14- t-9-l8
words. O. W. ALDERMANClerk Florida. In that certIn eauie wherein winter, Ahm jest natchall sroln' to "

Circuit Court Bradford County Bent a corporation. I. LIST OP QUALIFIED ELECTORS have to ent higher up on th' hnwdr-
"Her a goin' both day and night By O. A. KNIGHT imlnnnt and Pant Valette and Marth .th.1

and makin' the house a fit place Deputy Clerk.D. his wife, arc defendanta, lbs nndenrn(. I hereby certify that the following I la a corroot 'am all-HIGHER UP ON Tit
a. -I &e1.uQ1J E. KNIGHT Special MaiUr.. will offer for pal.! and will Hat of II,. qualified eleatora' of the town HAWG !I"-Southern Utilities Maurazino. ;

for a queen" she continued "and her Solicitor for ComplainantTBttM sell. for. tha )highest I and best! of Htnrke, .. .hown by this records, in my t"

used to life of 'curds and whey' ". Mary Louise Spas daughter of runs or me i,">urt Home door in marks, "w. _
a ORDER FOR PUBLICATION Bradford County. Florida. on Monday th* 7th O. A. FUTCIf.
"Really, Mrs. Clancy if you don't a poor N. Y. janitor, la back home I lay of September, A. D. 102(1( during th* City RegrlBtrattun Officer

I'll be uncomfortable. washing dishes, following; a few In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit, legal hour of enle, for lb. purpose ofatfify- -
stop, very Bradford County. State of Florida. In Chaneery. In* sail, Final Decree. the following described A Uglov/ John Ugtow, Louis D.
"Please now" I pleaded and then I days of Princess' existence as the I real eatato. lying. and being In Bradford Underhlll. C. L. .
J. 8r.
Andrew.. W.
theall' adopted daughter of a millionaire. D. W. Alvarea ComplainantMra. county. Florid.. to-wlti AustIn H.Alvarea w .
that Curtiss sniffing ErrttlAndoraon
noticed was J. M. Alvarel.
Mary's parents consented to her I vs Lola Twrnty-flv Frank L. Warren et at.. Defendant. Alvare.. J. W. F.
on. ((4t). and Forty-two M2) In Wood lawn, I
Jr. Andara, Ala J. We ka, W. .. D.Wall. .
going. Fifty new dresses made It appearing. by affidavit appended to the Andrawa, J. W. t
!" I exclaimed "the all In Section Thirty-one (nil), Township FIts AI...... 8, L. W. I. Whit .. W.
"Great heavens for the bill filed in the above statedau that Sal.II. Ailklna, A. /. *
Mary happy a day-then 1&South Rang. Twenty-two (82) E..t.
I Jane Whit.. O. W. Wllllnmi, J. O.
Freeman and husband Emm lit O. Freeman i Alvarea A I. AiMtin.
stove! Now The abova of
I put in they'reburned. la according to plat said see.
potatoes storm broke-gossip about her Lottie Warren. Dixie Mwhmo and b...- Alvarec, Lucia Aldermrin. (1. W. w.n. A. K. W.lnwrlnht.. W. M.
." I flew into the kitchen and real age-claimed to be 16. It'I I band Jack W. Meehan. the defendanta therein I tlon.puhllo Township record- of and Bradford flange, county reooHed, Florida In I I Adklna, Loin' Anderaon. MyrtlaAlderman Whit*. U. C. Whit., Noble R.

back Curtiss had his named are non-re-ldenU of the State of Flu* and containing Forty ..... Alvarea. AlleenBryan. Dora WIII.m.. T. H. Wiggins. II. II. .
when I came said her age was misrepresented. dla. and that Sallie Freemantnd husband ((40)) mor AI...... D. W. A, Whit. Inn "

chair by the bed room door and ho Mary cried. She wasn't happysh Emmitt Freeman and Lottie Warren are leaa. D. E. KNIGHT U Wluglre. IIn O. Weller, Mabel "

and Mrs.- Clancy were closely engag. ?. tried suicide, 'tis said-then I each resident of Grand Valley of the State Special Master In Ch.n..0.1 S. A. It. I* Wail Mill-In Wlnkler. N. D.
of Colorado and that Dixie Mehan and I.
A. a. CREWS llronke. Albert Illiilta,
back horn.
ed. At my step, a significant silence ran awa: husband Jack W. Meohan are each mtdanU Solicitor for Complainant 8.7 Honnett, (1. II.Illahnp Brown 1. Y..I y

prevailed. I IFlot'ers of 511 Louisville Avenue. of Monroe. State of. II A. Brown Wm.i Young, II. H.
Louisiana and each are over the age. of twentyone St-9'.1 i Itrlnvon T. A. n.rn. npener
"You're looking most gloriouslywell. years 1 It Is therefore ordered that saidnonresident Illocker. W. D.Brownie. Brown. Hnrlpt. .
defendant be tftid they are hereby .
I .. Ettariarkowltc. .
grow aa far north as land : required to appear to the bill of eomplaintfiled Notice IB hereby given that under. and by. Julius Do,. J. II.Burna. I.It I. CLERK'S REPORT
Cutrlss came over to where I Baton In said cause on or before Monday th* virtue of that certain Final Dcc... of fore ".".. E(. Iliaula Report of tho Clerk. of the CIrcuit Court
seat and touched goes, and more than 700 different I! 7th day of September. A. D. 1925. otherwise closure made and rendered on Jun. 22nd. A. llronke, IterthaBeaeley. Bradehaw MnrlitnUcaaley I" and far Bradford County. Florida. an
the window my kind have been collected in the arctic ; the allegation of said bill will be taken .. D. 192R by Honornhl A. Z. Adkln.. Judge of O. L. CiartrtuleHyrd ; aunt of taxra aaaeaaed for the year. IIIS4. > "
apron with his hand. "I never thot confused by said defendant the Circuit Court. In and for Bradford county Kal.dun, AddloBajiden. Earnest W. IIAYKH. I
in of these. It's most regions.St. I I It I I. further ordered that this order be published FlorIda In that certain cam. wherein th.ltrclfurl W. W. Brown, II O. Tog Colleeta. \
I'd see you one once a week for four consecutive week County Bank a corporation la aom C To U..forel County .
becoming though." In the Bradford County Telonraph a new nlainftTit and J. Y. Scott and J. II. Ifairer are Coanly Proper I
I realized I had Petersburg-Contract awarded purer published In said County and State. drfpnilnnta, the undvnlvned aa Special 1 Mauler i Cannvn. P. K.Crutchrield Crawa A. fl. Po. bal July I. 11)35--------------- HM10 I
For the first time, at $((320,000 for constructing new I I Thl. Auguat 4th. m. will I offer for Mat* :and; will sell. for cash to Cliaa.Carpenter Cul"", 1.V. lly. .mt. .. _.____. .n.n___. ,
on my pink and blue apron. In a O. W. ALDERMAN the highest and beat bidder, In front of the D. P. I 101.0

returned. I pull. school building $3,380,000:; to be spent Clerk Circuit Court Court HOUB door In Stark, Bra ford count Cecil, 1C. D Conwnlng. J, r To. bill. d". Aim. I. Ill-'ll ... .. '
twinkling, my vanity By C. A. KNIGHT Florida on Monday the 3rd day of daunt Cant,vn. "Fu FJ.Colley Canova, Florence Fin and Ferfeltar- -
ed it off quickly and fluffed up my year for hard road construction Deputy Clark A, D 1028 during. the l legal noun of sale, Lydia Canova, I'. K. J To. hnl. clua llllia 848.4)

hair. in Lake county. D. B KNIGHT for the purpoaa of satisfying. saM .I"r." I D lly ami ., 'dt-_----:::::: -::::: l l.4r:
Solicitor for Complainant 1-1.S .. er-*. the following acrlbed real estate ., Darby A. M. Davla, W. R.Dloltannn .
"Besides .keeping the Clancys out MASTER'S LILa and lung, In Bradford county, Florida to..ltl' ]'..vl.. L. A. K. II. To bit dun AUK. I. |Iu JJ ____,____.u-
of mischief where hav* you been all Hereby notice la given that under and by ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn The North half of the Bait half of theQouthuot O.vlo. Catherine E. Davl. I.M. P. Caanty, Meee: sad a....
quarter of Section Thirty-four (114), AnnieDowllng Ti bal. d". _____
virtue of that certain final decree of to. : Darby. Ida L. Darby July I I. loft ..
the time '" clocurc made and entered on the tint day ofAul..t. Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit.Bradford Tow nil hip Six ((8), South Rang Twenty-two' Davle I.aura 8. 8.Davla lly amt. collected n____._.______. US.1,
here all summer I baven'tbudged. A. D. 1925 by tea Ho,,. A. Z. Adklna.Judge aunt". Florida. In Chancery.N. (22)) Knit except tho..from five acre In the 1)svis R. J.Dauuherty. E. M.Dowling -
"Right of tha Eighth Judicial Circuit Court of B. Hull. complainant. form of. a square In the Southeast corner of W. B. DellDunham i To. But'. due Ana-, Int. 10211 ...__ ... |'
," I replied. Florida. In and for Bradford County. In Chan .... th* sb. hVaarfbeii "' ?. ContainingThlrty.fivs Uavla Inca A. E. Oatalandlng ladehlednea Paud .8.1

,"And haven't you been out oftwon" eery. In that certain eaura therein : acres more ., iSis., _. ENtail I IIpe.I.I I E To bal. duo July 1. lIdS .._ ...... SOI.44lly
you r'k:: George W. Cole et al. defendanta. 0.
twoen th* complainant th I Federal I J. W. W. J. mint collected u___ ... __ ..
(As if I hadn't known it from of rolttmbia.! a corporation and the def.nd.nta.r. BILL TO REMOVE CI.OUD. QUIET TITLE Master In ChancarrA Fdward L. H. Ppp..on.. Julia

the very day he had gone.) T. l ddl.b and Lawtey National Farm AND' OTHER BELlE Solicitor. !S.for CREWS Compalnuit Boatman Rppenon LorenaBtnwntoo To. but. tlua Auir. I. 112S. '_n_... 8a9.1J
Loan Aoaoclatton a corporation. Tha under It appearing from the allegations of the 8-.n.9-.1 I Ceanty lakaal
."Ye8. but I scanned the papers algned apeelal muter In aald ..WI.. appointedto bill of complaint In th. above ....... V To h July I lutlt .. .. P145.05
every day and I've never once seen I execute. said decree. will on Monday the Sworn that the age and residence of the defendant ORDER FOR PUBLICATION Putch. Oi AFernanilec Ftorrld, J. B.FuUti. .. lly 't.d'I I .II.-.---_::: .::::: > .t .-
7th day of September. A. D.. 1921 during. the George W. Col. If living. and If dead th.n Eva Verl.Frau. '
your name." legal houra of eala thereon before the court, his helm, dlvl...... legatee. and assigns I Mr*. In Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit J. L. To n.l. d". AUK.. I. 1921 _c _.. U30.fl .,
That was queer. Then he had been houa* door In Starka. Bradford County.litnated Floe I.lnle R. Baia.len. If living and If dead then Bradford County ,.t. of Florida. In Chan I I 0 County Pall .
Ida. nell the following deaarlbad lands her h.I... d..I..... legateea and aaalgna K. Griffin T. J. Griffin O. J. fo
b.l. duo
interested in movementseven Sen. July I, 192S ._....._.. JTH.Oll
slightly .
my In Bradford .
County Florida to th* hulhaatand B. Draw. If living and If dead then hi.heirs. R A. Green, W. H. Hy ..
O. W Dunham Complainant G..n. Mint -...5......... )
though he was engaged to Anne.It beat bidder for cash to-wltt I..t_. d.vl..... and aoaigna. arc all\ va Griffin, Minnie E. Green. A. A. 001.1 .2.01

such happiness to be with We., half of Northeaat quarter of Northweftt and there la no person In tha State U. O Barn. at .1.! Defendant. To bal. lua A"... I. 10211 :.-.-,-."l t
of 5 ki'i. :
was arctlon .
27. TownshIp Rang :
quarter ; I
to complainant tha .
known aerv- It appearing. by affidavit appended to th N. B J. Talal lit (.. ..1
him again; to feel his nearness and 22 Kairt. containing!. be. mada 20 aerea more or lisa.Said and. for lee of a subpoena upon whom would bind the bill flint In tha abova-itaUMl ..u.. that U. O.Bayni Hull Hinter C. P. I.o., A. (. T<1 hal d". July I. IDs* ?_._n___.' .

to thrill to the rich, stirring tones of lbs as of to tatlafrlng pursuant lbs said darnwith to said defendants : And C. Rodmaa Jones. and *. the dtfondant therein namad .la ft non hermes, O. Ll )orm.n, O. 14y amt. collected __ -----..__. Idiot
purpose 10 /
his wife of 791. .. itreet and ha la
Prima C. Jonrc. rmldont of the Rlata of Florida ftmlilont R. S. "., W. ,
his voice. But, oh, I must remember coata. A. 8. CREWS New Orleanc State of Louisiana and the of-Hnndanonvlllo./ Slat of North Holwn.kirff.Humphrey" O. S.Hnmrlck. Hoover f. r.Ella T. b.l. duo Auir., 1. lOSS( ... ._ ... m .")a "*,'
Besides where was my pride" following named defendanta. A. II. JohnaV If Carolina. ,.nd la oy r tha ana af twany-ona 8. F.H..lllnitawnrth. lfocep., Delia WHewe Peaeloa Feed
Anne. Special
Biaatar In
Chancery.D. and If dead then to his. 1101.I dovlaeaa la therefore ordareil that said non. duo
I!:. KNIGHT living years : It Llnl w Mirialititsell. 1 bl. July 1. l( i ._-----_?..
"Did you find California warm this and legateea and aaalgna Jacob Johns resident tlcfandnnt ho and I. hereby. requIredto Tic 'Ilul. A. t.. collected .................. M.04
Solicitor for
time of tha vearT" I asked. trying to CompIs.nant.MASTER'S S.7lt4 If living. and If dead then to Mettle VTynn. appear to the bill of complaint filed lit F. O.I. Ru' "
Pete Wynn. Cab Wynn and Susannah COB*. aid ,.u.. on or before Monday, tha 7th day To ".1. due A..,.. I. |Inn ._--_n'_'" .o. ,
make my conversation Impersonnallypolite. ".1... of Jacob Johna.. whoa realdenc la unknown of Rxptember, A. D. 1925, othewls.l the aileffatlnni a T.t.I 8ubS.hoofn. .
SALE to Jerry M. John. If living and If of ald hill? will I bo taken aa eonfe Inman O. M. Inman, Vonda. To bal. duo July I. tl--- 141).
and -
I. given that under by Il5 .
I Notlc hereby dead then, H. Johns, of Btarka. Florida, ..od by aid defendant. J lly int. rallou _. .
"Yes, deucedly so, compared to i virtue of that certain Final Decree of forealoanra Alva Charley Ensey. her husband, It I. farther ordered that this order. be pub.lIshmi John., M. L. ,., Johns A. IT.Juhns .

Florida. I wbuldn't have stayed except made and rendered on sib day of of Jacksonville I Florida heirs of Jerry M. nnea a wish for four tonaeautlvo waahaIn JoneHfr Ii. O. S. R. To 1ml. dua Aui I. loan .? sas.fll
September. A. D. 1924 by Honorable? AmoaLewi. Johns;; Ervln 0 .. If living\ and] If .dead: the Bradford County Telearaph. a nawil John.. B. M, Johns, r,Iaal. F.John. Ho.d and Hrlrtg. hands ,
that I wanted to dispose of my '.. Judge of the Fourteenth Judicial Cir then to Rlliabeth Johna. widow of ErvlnJohna paper published In meld County and Slat. .. Thelma Johns ,. B. To b,'l. due July I. 1U24 ......

property there." I i Florida. A. V. Long. Judcrc i iI of Starke. Florida Arthur. Johns, of I Ibis August 4th 1925. : K By ami. .ollogtnl '... _...... 'OI.SI 1809.1 ,
:1'h : iwa'Jr..
: Eighth' ( jt being dl.qn.ilflerf. Frostproof Florida. Ovid Johns of Tampa O. W. ALDERMaN .
"You mean your house" I should In that ..rta'n ..,... wherein tha Fed Florida, Homer Johns whoa. .d.l.... .la un Clerk Clrenlt Court. Keller. .. Kite: DavMKlckllter. l To bal duo An*. I. las -_. "
not have asked the question but how .ral Land Bank of Columbia a corporation known. Irvena Reynolds: and I* A. Rcyaoldo. 9y C. A. KNIOIIT. Kite Jcmec P. Be.Knliiht. u W ALDKHMAM.Clraalt .
I I la complainant and C. R. S...... Nettle Sapp. I I her husband af Loulabarg Slat, of North Deputy Clark. KleMjtcr W. r. A. Clark Coort.
eager I was for his reply. his ..If... The L....." National Farm Loan Tarollna. heir of Krvln: Johna. Annl B.Pcttlt. A. a CREWS Kendr'ck. T. N. Knight. N. L.Klckllter -

"Yes I have no use for It now." Anaoeiatlon a corporation.I .1. A. Howe: Vhs wioow of E. 11:. John*. deceased andA. Solicitor for Complainant B-7-Jt-9-4 Kendrlrk Martha J.,. .. J. CLERK'S REPORT <
Knight. D. E. ,
Consolidated I Naval Stores Company; a corporation M Pettlt. her husband of Gainesville KI..lto FINANCIAL srAricvrKM-r or COUNTY
I was grateful for that for I Shad I[ and S. J Futeh are defendanta. Florida n. M. John. and Charley Johna. of ORDER rOR PUBLICATION Klckliter. M. L. ", Sllaa PUNDI C
Clara Ma
not been able to bear' the' thought of the nndervlgned wilt offer for .ate and will I Starka. Florida and Thelma Wllllama and I t Knight
had ell to the hlgheflt and beat bidder. for eaah. A. J. Williams hop husband of Ahvchua. In Ciranlt Eighth Judicial Circuit 14 Monthly Ananalal ta.iamanc vf B'f."
him taking Anne there. We In front of the Cotirthnua door In Starka. County. Florida helra I of A. H. Jqhna through Bradford County.rtilt of Florida. In Chan- tt K. T. N. County for month of July. I 1925. .

talked of spending our honeymoon in Bradford County Florida. on Monday the B. E. :Johna. deceased and to Laura Cone ...." t1' '. Lillian Lmb.'n E.Morgan. Uanaral an4
Therea 7th day of September.. A. D. 1929. during lbs I and Marguarltto Cone whose address la unknown D. W Alvare. Compalnant ., M Hal July I I. 1829 4241.49
his house on the Pacific coast. leeal hour of .... for the rmrpoeo of aatla- and to their h.I... devisee. and legateea. va.Maraarpt J W. ll.itltita during. month _- ...... 439.4H

glass room overlooking the oc 'an. tying. saId Final D..._. the following deacrlb- If dead. To Jeff Johna If living, and If Wilson and her huahanf J, M M.lhe..1..,.. f.bu.... .. during. month ...... IIU.5
burned ed land tying. and being. In Bradford County. dead then to Jake John, of ....k.. Florida J. W. Wilson Defendant.It M'.I., .. C. Mason. If U. I.I. 040' I. 11 if .. I. .
A huge fireplace that great Florida to-wlt I and It la alleged In said sworn bill *f aom- appearing. by affidavit appended to the Midillelnn. W. E. Mondnn. Wm. Fin. and ro>f.ltar. Fund

crackling logs. Trees that whispered Boat half of northeaat quarter of aauth plaint that to all unknown heirs o* to the Mil filed In the above-elated cause that Margaret Mitchell Lucille Mo. ... W 8. Hal. July 1. lullS ___.._ .SOo a
east quarter. and northwest quarter of north named helra whose. realdenca ,la alleged unknown Wllaon and her huahand.. I. W. Wllaan. McMllllan. P. H. StarlingNorman. _.''pt. urlnuj. month ............
secrets of ancient passion during! est quarter of otrathaaat quarter. and cut that there .la na person In the State of the defendant there. named arc nnn-realdanta Video M.C I, r>l," durlna month ....._. 'f.S
storm-tossed days and nights when half of aoathweat. quarter of northeast quarter I Florida tha service. of a cubpoena upon whom of the *U ta> of Florida. and their realdenca launknown Mo..n N .. las ..- 2011.1 5.1.
of southeast quarter. Section Twenty-Do would bind the said defendants sad that It and are over the ass of Read ?sad
the moon rimmed the horizon in a (HI : South half of northwest quarter of la believed by the complainant that th* named lwenty-oa yaara i U la therefore Nawcom. R. A. W. IL Bal. July I. 11)15 .- 1U4

-glory of pal. gold. southwest quarter northwvat quarter of defendanta are Interested ta the properly Involved ordered that said '... ._Id.nt. da.fendanta P ..1" during month _......__ S
northweal quarter of southwest _....,., adouthweat :hi Ibis call and complainant I altteethat be and are hereby required to appear Parker. JnhnaPace. Peek, C. U P"b.m.nt durIng month. ?__
Then he would take Anne to some quarter of aouthwcat quarter. Section he does not know and by diligent search to the bill of enmplalnt: filed In sail C. Y. Peek, 8. UPerklna. .. tll *-...
other home. At the thought of her, Twenty-two ((12) : the northeaat quarter and Inquiry ha* not been able to tale ...... on or before Monday the 6th day of Peek. J. 1.. I W. H.Peek. llalldla. .... IU.5
all the of northwest quarter of northwest quarter.Section whether any of tooo:7.r residencela October. A. 1> .oas. othewla the alleaatlena; Phllllpa. EmilyParryman. ?. July i, ISIS __.;_ ..___u_._. T.St t \
I grew strangely silent and Twenty-eeven (Z7J : all In Townahlp. alleged aa as alive: and of laid bill will be taken. aa ranfeaaed by. aalddefendanta. E K. .I.r, Reialpta during.. month ...__ ,

hurt and disappointment of the past five (fS). South Ran,. T..nI7I..o22) east .it la alleged .by the complainant' In hla worn Peak, Mif D. PerkIns, Warren DuibuniamanU durn. month _
r of the Tallahaaae Meridian containing US bill of complaint that he believea there. are It la further ordered that (ISIS order be pub.fbn4 Powell, Charlee D. B.1 An*. (, DM ....____.__...___ T.S"
few months returned. week for sight ennaeauUva ....k. .
acre.moro.rl-1 persons Interacted In the said property Invoiced onee a Oaui.adla laud
"Th Clancys have fallen in love R A. CREW In this cult whoa. name and ... er / Bradford County Telocrapb. ft vewa.paner ( Its.. July. J.; 11128 -_?.. .__ .'

with "and wonder" Special' Master In Chancery.E age, and whose residence are unknown to pnbllahed In said County anif State. Quigley, I. T. QuIgley, Minnie Klp durIng "nl' ....__._.... 7.1
you he said, no M. JOETV3 complainant : and In said bill relief hi pray ;Th,. August lid MM.. I I R Dt>burMmant> '. mnlh .__.. t

looking. at; mo with frank admiration Soiteitnr for Complainant. aata4.MASTER8 ed against such known and ..unknown per O. W. ALDERMAN I RRah. N. T. IU.. J. H. Bal. Aa.. 1. 19910 -__--.._. t S7',2 18.30
In his one.. Clerk Circuit CourtBy Robinson, I. C.Hlchard. RI.. HerbertRltch WMawa. ?...!.. Fond
eyes. SAL tiles all C. A. KNIOT Bal. July, 1. ,
It ordered Isabel
w per-
THEREFORE!: : 111 -
So ho would come here to pay his Notice. la hereby given that under and by one named In "thl* order If living and If Deputy. Clerk. Hohlnaon.";. Ray Olive E. .lpla .--..._..-... .U,7.
virtue of that certain final decree of fore. Interest under I D. KNIGHT Reddish DlaburaamanU durloir ..
pretty to and dead all. persona claiming any Ray. Isam .onlh -
lying me Lt.St.lI.2<
compliments' clocurc made and entered on the eth day of the said namad defendant. aforeaald. deceased flulkltor for Complainant I C.r S Bal. An*. 1, 1 tonight wobld hold Anne Coddington Honorable A. Z.Adklna I *lrt.altaral Faa
Atnroat. A. D. or otherwlcc I.nd that all personawhomsoever .
in his The unbear one of the 1Jt; : th* eighth. Judicial whoa, name age and _........ NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX : F.o.r if. St.rnbsr N.! Jolr 1. 111 lt ?....._......._ 1.1S
arms. thought was DEED: UNOCR' HECTIOM I7S Of k. Scott, Y. A
Circuit. of Florida In and for Bradford era alleged to be unknown to ooasptalnant sad : Ro.lp" during month ..__.._._
able. TUB GENERAL! STATUTES D. nellgrove., O. w.
In that certain came Dhbararaianta ._
County In Chancery all whoa sass. la alleged a* known during _
the complainant.Bradford I .. I Stanecll J. D. Sage W. M. Bat Ana. 1 .......nlh _._. _
The unbounded enthusiasm I had therein pending between corporation and: T.Suber I whose .la beyond the State of .,... lIot""'. la hereby .1'000 l that Chart' } I''!. Mil- Smith. E. H.nternberg. Scott, Laura m& I.U

felt at the meeting with County Bank Saber a... wife. the under .. that may be or are Interested. la' Ute lor. and I.. Ray Lawrence, porehaoer of Tn Ou.. Stump, EvaSnyler. August I. 1(25
unexpected and Mary .. .
I .hereinafter described .port" any part Certificate No. til. dated the. 6th d." of July H. M. Sn.der, Purl D.dr. C."t"
him gave bUc to .childliness thatgradually'enveloped signed Special' Master decree In, will aald on canoe Mneday appoint the I thereof lying and being I. Stark. Bradford A. D. lOIS baa filed said certificate) In ray atarkey, R ILTruby. Slat run.. Clara tt.Thomaa. af riarlda.I .
ed to execute said i Florida described. aa foUow.1 I karaby
th j County. offle and boa made application for tat deed T aartlfy that ,.fanwolnc mlianatat
heart. A. D. IKS. during *
my 7th day of September fact i Bald th. malpw aad lahuiwmant. af the
Xloety with law.
and *
Forty feet east area by (a loan In aeeantaoc eerllfteate -
thereon before the reurUhoua J. M.Truby. .
K. M.Turner
"Sallie he "there's something Wai 'hour* ofale aouthweat allowln deaarlbedKiperty. feeds af Bradford nwatb
began Bradford Florida I Borth and couth beginning at embraces the f Caaaty for tha
door In Starke, County. I Fifteen nil and thene* situated, In BrHfordj County ,....- J. J. J.. O. July 1525.( l i. true and aorrartadaal .
I want toll you. It's most sell the following eeocrlhed I....... cltuat.ed corner of block ran. Thrnnaa.. Mallory Turner. ,. L. to .
Florida to lbs hlgbao. 'eaat Forty <.0) fto'N''Y .". W my kaowiedg. and) kallaf.
County. Thomaa. L Turner, Lillian a
important to my business. Will\ you In Bradford lavwttlTh ', feet thence West Forty {I4b fee, them to goutbweat quarter of Xorthaaat quarter Section Thomaa. A.: I. Thomae. Eva Mae &W. ALOBBMAM.
listen ," There was earnest entreaty bidder' Northweat for each quarter of Southeast. quarter Thompson .t...... tIt_ Ninety feet Sovta. I 14 .T."r'tt.; S. g. .Range: It .r..40cia":,*. Taylor Joaephln 1. f. (SEAL) Clark Clmlt Oart.y .
aortal .ass.d' at eftb Tm.
of Section U. Town to atartin point lbs 1'IUI feet The o a 0. A. IIO.
in his vole. of hip the S.Southwest South Range quarter tf East and containing of tb* above Forty ay ninety feet lot la .ra- loauaao of sash. ....itIft.. In tile name t: .

A instinct well -
motherly } as as my

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I'AUE K1U1IIBradford I read the advertisements. Merchants I II Charles. Dinkins. I IN MEMORYIn ; fif.1 I.

County Telegraph! I I are unable to develop a demand for p'*Prof. and Mrs.---Lonnie--- Futch, of the memory of little Adrian, the .

: r. .. ._. .- -- )! the things they sell unless they advertise Graham school spent thr week-end at II teen months old ion of Mr. and Mrs. I
the home
- their home here. S. M. Richard, who died at FERTILIZER
Published weekly and entered as Advertising is a two-way proposition. I of hla parents in Klssimmoe, August

., class matter, at the post The merchant who does not use Robert Nolan ;!Middleburg, was 1, 1925.
second :
Florida. it Is handicapping his efforts to sell transacting business In Lawtey Mon-

office at Starke.. _: -= and the consumer who docs not depend day ands uesday.T. Their little bud was broken.

'" =-MATTHEWS--- ___.___..____.____Oanat. : on it in satisfying his wants Is no' J. Terry -and;:; daughter, Miss I It was not left to bloom:
B. 8. buying to the teat advantage."HITCHHIKING" Sweet Angels whisper softly, Get prices before placing
J. C ROBINSON.. _...-._Managing.EeiW.. I -- Joyce, visited .relatives in Lake City "Our father called him home." my your

SHOULD: I Sunday. ._ order for Fertilizer. It
may pay
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I UB DISCOURAGED transacting business We are lonely here without. him, I -
G. F. Young was I'' To us he Will so dear;
I -' ; I in Starke Monday.W. You especially in Car Lots.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I (Syndicate) i Our hopes and prayers will ever be, ,

Per Year _____-___..________ $1.501' has The developed automobile into"pick-up"a degrading practice influence ] L. Green of Thursday Jacksonville, was a 1 I To meet him over there.
visitor to Lawtoy
Six Months _________.________. 75e'I indeed almost into a national I' In the cemetery beneath the clay, GOOD STOCK USUALLYON

.----- I menace, and the sooner It Is broughtto Mr. and Mrs Rush White and son, I' His body was laid to rest,
---- \ an end the better. The sight of hundred I I Charles, of Lima Ohio, were guests I His spirit in a land unknown

I II e of boys, young men, and young j jgirls last weekend of Rev. J. V. Robinson Is happy with the blest. HAND FOR QUICK

II I standing on the roadside practicing -j and daughter, at the M. E. parsonage I j
s their sign language in the hope ------ Ilia little caket was lowered down
I of being: picked up for "a lift" is little Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Fairfax and Where it must ever stay, DELIVERYCan
removed from plain mendicancy. Encouraged \ children of Starke were visitors here Until our Savior's great command
I in the absence of public
nnd Monday. On resurrection day.
N hrot,,' tit has reached a point that ------ furnish any Formula

.o tcommgly, nothing but a sharp awak- I L. H.11111 was transacting businessIn I Our precious> darling's life was short

T i ring on the part of motorists can Starke Tuesday. 1 Ills months were but fifteen,

bring about a proper restoration of Jacksonville In 1 But God known bout the ways cf life,
I R. of ,
C. Sapp
No. 49T 4 I avIf leipcct. The situation is moro I An. we say, "Thy will be Done.
in National Highway' orlous, in the country districts thanit Lawtey on business Monday. I

I (Membership Association) IH in 'ho cities. This of course is tho I Henry Hicks, of Plant City, visited 1 i Our Father doeth all things well, A.-M. DARBYNOTICE

.. natural consequences of the country relatives here several days last week. i I To Him sweet Adrian was given;

.1 A. city that IH practically free of,| homes absorbing more than esevtny I While here he only wna a bud,
weeds in vacant lots and on the streets per cent of all the automobiles manufactured -I HIGHLAND j He blossoms with! God In Heaven.
added attraction to in the United States, plus !

presents strangers. an No mutter how largo tho I the desire of the city folks to use the Chas. Groff of Oxford, arrived second Frl- I 0, fare thee well our darling bnby .--- -- -. -- --. -- '-'-
lob which give a towna I country roads. Tho result Is that unless day to relieve R. Boggs as For only have beofre; \ -
city all vacant I trick operator for thirty days I you gono OF GUARDIAN SALE commcnoln 247 1-8 yards net of Northwest
dilapidated and rundown appear : 'hoHO who drive cars In the coun- to We'll meet again some happy day i corner of Northeast quarter, and East
I quick end to their B. C. Carter had the misfortune shore. j M 1-J Yards South 178 yards Weil 82 l-a
weed cutting cam- try towns put a I On the bright and golden I
ance. Tho summer cut his foot with an ax last week and I Thirty dart after date hereof, on to-wlt: to plaee of
"I pain will soon start in Florida harmful generosity the evil will soon In it -Mrs. W. A. Bailey. the SHth d.y of September A. D. 1928. I the &etlonNenttowalp 4 Range 22, Cont.inina
taken ,
'I I had to be
not five stitches Merrll John. and three 1 lea
generally be beyond all bounds. It should + underalirned ae KUardtan for acree more or
towns, and municipalities in''I I the danger at present he la getting: along nicely. I \ Erma John., minor and help of Harriet Red- Also East half of the East half of North.
towns ore kept | be necessary to. point out Starke Saturday. I Heater Wynn .nd Ada ..
BOO to it that the I Mr. Mrs. R. Boggs and son, dish Emma Reddtah .l quarter of Northeast Iris One lot 87 1-t
condition. Resides harboring I to life, and more frequently the opportunities Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Strickland John., deceaiied, will apply to the HonorableOeo. fret North and South by J87 feet East and
good that Tucker, left Friday for a months visit I A. Gardiner, County Judge of BradfordCounty. West In Southwest corner, Section 80, Township ,
mosquitoes and other pests, weeds for cheap blackmail with relatives at Calhoun, S. C. and daughters, Eunice and Juanita, ],I Florida, for an order to .: ''d.minors 7, Range 22 East containing ten ureatnort
1 result in picking up strangers on the of the'1 ate eale all that eertaln Interest of or lea, said land. lyingand Ming la
eye.sore.-Exchange. and son, Gene, .Mulberry, spent :
an Harrison lanua to-
are I Mrs. D. C. Mosely and Mrs In and to the following described Bradford County Florida.
matter what their age or appearance \ '"
_.0- road, no visitors to Starke week-end with he parents, Mr. and wit I This 28th day of August
the Bradford County i of respectability, but; apparently Mostly were Mrs. O. W. Dyal. | Southeaat quarter of Northwest quarter, ,. 1521.H.. JOHNS
to East
According ) Saturday. of Southwest quarter
teacher. Northeast quarter
experience Is a poor Guardian for Merrill Johna and Irma
Telegraph, there are but two short, Messrs. Brady Cash and J. J. Lyons Col. Weeks and E. J. Dowling: of I half of the Northwest quarter of the youth. 8-28-5U9-25 Johna Mlnora.
offenders are
the greatest North half of the SOuth..tnu.rter
"dark stretches" on the short route Perhaps who In their spirit' were visitors to Jacksonville Satur- Starke, were here Sunday on business west quarter.of the Southwest quarter, and the
between Jacksonville and Tampa. the new car owners E. J. Murrhee, Truby Dyal, Elzie ,, North half of the Southeast quarter of the
distinction to
kindliness "feel badly" If they spin I It is becoming quite a
and Max. of day.C. Strickland] O. W. Charley Pad. Southeast quarter, all In Section Thirty-two
between Highland W. Murdaugh and L. A. Marr, Dyal, ,
They are by in their new found affluence and' I .192). Townahlp Seven ((7)), South Range I be killed by anything but an automo.
vine, in Clay county, and inside the ]I tho roadside some sweet' spent the week-end in Jacksonville. gett, Hubert Brown and Miss Ruby,, Twenty-two (22)), East. containing On. Hundred bile.-Columbus Omio State Journal.
leave .
Gainesville. Both area, on business trip Dyal were visitors to the county seat Forty (140) A.... more or I. Also
t .. city limits of I sad eyed boy to whom"a I J. C. Holmes made a .
smiling girl or I --
being built, and will soon be In good lift to point near the home would I to Green Cove Springs Monday. Saturday, I I -

I condition. The route Is from Jack. be a and joy." The I Mr. and Mrs II C. Wtmebrly, Jr., Dr. Parks of Starke, made a pro-
to charity a
t tom', plylyJL-fTTT-V"1"! by State Road Stark 1, plain seem fact, however, is that the motor i Mrs. J. A. Heard Mrs II. C. Wlm- fessional call here Saturday GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

r ,,, we- w Baldwin to Gainesville through lift has reached disgraceful propor-' berly and Miss Mildred Heard were Miss Margie Bowen of High Springs
g by State Road 13; Gainesville\ to Bell- tions. It is dangerous to the motoristand I I visitors to Jacksonville MondayMr. spent Friday here. & RITCH
viewby:Ocala, State Road 2; Bell- debasing the youth of the land. 'I and Mrs. ]I. C. Wimebrly, Jr., Mrs. Nona Dyal and baby spent

,$r,)%'I'I view to Dado City, State Rood 23, I visited friends at Maxvllle Sunday. last week at ampson City with relatives REPRESENT THE nEST LEADING
.. Coast road and State road 5. From WTEY I Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Hollingsworth, INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE,

.,. I ten to fifteen miles will be cut off ------ lof Reddick are upending a few days Mrs. W. T. Wnsdin and daughter ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE, .

this route with the completion. of the Lawtey, August 28.-Sheriff and here. Evelyn, of Waldo, spent a few days .BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
,t .'- roads now under contgruction in Pasco Mrs.' W. .1. Epperson and daughter, Sheriff Weeks and deputies of Green I here last week. MADE PROMPTLY

e county.-Dade City Banner. I Miss Iris, of Starke, were guestsSunday I Cove Springs arrested a bunch of I Our school Is progressing nicely .
", I afternoon of Mr. and Mrs G. negroes here Sunday for gambling under the management of Mr. and -

Twenty years alto n farmer living A. Anderson.Mr. and took them to the county jail. I Mrs. Lonnie Futch. -. --
r miles from Jacksonville would 1 Williu O. Heard motored to Jack- '
j forty Harrell ami,
and Mrs. J.
of personally I i sonville Saturday on business. \ NOTICE OP QUARDIAN SALE
; ;. never have thought! to family motored to Gainesville Sunday I ___________ 7
,., hinging in hl produce aftcronon. I I GRAHAM Thirty' dny after data hereof on to-wlt, the
the city for sale. Today farmers are 2flth clay or September, 1928, 1, the und..hrn..d J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
x.r seen on tho streets of Jacksonville Walter Butler, of Winter Haven, Ira Wilson of ] inmrtllan for Lueoua Thoma, ClIO Thnmae,
29. .
Graham Aug. -
I .
and Gus Thonma. minor heir f J N. Tliomaa.
4 'I c>
rolling all kinds of truck in tho early, was a visitor to Law'ey Sunday.R. Starke, was a visitor here Saturday ducinued, will apply to tl. Honorable Ceo
I a hours of tho morning. They have, ------ I I A. CSanllner. County .Indue at liradford county .
from twenty R. Thcdo was transacting busi. afternoon. : Florida, for an order to Mil at private gal.1.I INSURANCEAGENCY
:4 farms located all the way 1 Mr. and Mrs. Will Saxon and daughter n one-fourth undivided InUreat In the follow .
to sixty miles from the city. They, ness in Jacksonville Friday. I Vera of I'ompano spenT( the I I intr described land lying and being in Bradford

make the trip, dispose of their truck Mr. and Mrs.--G-,--W.- Roberts and I weekend at the home of I. L. Ogden.I I !' County.half Fl of Southen.I. i iSnuth quarter of thoN..rlhw..t ESTABLISHED 1886
and return home In loss than a day, quarter anil, Northeast' quarter of
baby returned homo Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts and little I /Houtliwrat, quarter Rectlon Ten ((10), Townahlp
And some farmers living thirty from DeLand, where they I day at tho home of the former's par- even (It.| Kanm Twenty-on (121)) containing
from town make! a trip to thecity in all alxly (80)) ..,... more or leu.Thin .
with Mrs. Robert'sparents the home of the formers' parents STARKE FLA.
The spent a few days : day nt 20th dAY of A\iuu t 1925. ,
with produce six dnys a week. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Tatum, I Mr. and :Mrs. C. D Roberts I DELLAmOMAS
auto truck and good roads have made Guardian for Lucuua Thomaa Cleo
I I Shortie
Miss Luella Tn'um accompanied them Messrs. Verda Wall and Thomas and OWl Thomas Minor "
this possible Tho railroad haul and will spend a few days here with I I Waldon, of Pompano spent Friday at I. help of J. N. Thomas. des.ased.AJe.6LD .
hundreds of of Florida -2g.
daily cars
I .
them. I Mr. I. L. 0aden'8.I. : -
,, produce to the Northen markets: and ______ I. Mr. and ? ra. V. G. Hillies and children ____ _. _,_ 'uU' .
the farmers who till a large acreage Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., and baby of Trilby, spent last week here. II .
t'-_ bring their produce to the station, were visiting relatives here Monday.A. Mrs. Bert Stokes and children, of I'
ten cars a day where It used to take !
I few
No wUiver days
spent a
week to load five.-Times-Union. A. Stokes of Lake Geneva was I j
week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I -
-0- a visitor to Lawtey Sunday.
O. W. Dyal. I ,
------ I
OUR IDEA OF A Clifton Brown, of Tampa was a Mr and Mrs. Burton and children,
,KOA1) HOG I Sunday. of Waldo Sunday with her I
visitor here spent
------ brother, Elzie Strivfcland. I : FOR SALEOr II
One who thinks because he is driving !
Keefe '
a big cur the fellow in the Fordhasn't Mrs. J. L. Harrell and son, Misses Mattie and Minnie Ogden
returned home Friday evening after ; Eskel Bowen and Ruby Dyal were visitors '
any right to be on the highway. with relatives I I
four weeks
spending last Tuesday. _
One who pushes the other fellow in to Sampson City I
in Moultrie and Mllltown, Ga. 111 at I
Little Austin Padgett Is very
tho ditch on a bad piece of road.
One who will\ not dim his lights at Mr. and Mrs. W.: M. Bryan visited this writing.Mr. ,I I :
and Mrs.\ J. W. Crave and Exchange
.,,.r night. relatives in Starka Sunday to
daughter Bunnie, were visitors
One who will not allour another carL i iTbe
to him the road. T. Finch of Starke was (In I I i i.
on .
Quinine nat Doe. N"t Mat The field l
One who drives with out. out town on business Monday. :
a op- .
I Because of Its tome and lexatlva' "".,1. LAXATIVE -
Green-t'Pa;; : BROMO QUININE' Tablota) can be taken
en.One who in the middle of the Frank )metto, spent I by anyone without' raualnil nrrvouaneaeor rlaalngla ,. :MERCANTILE STOCK
stops Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. the bead, E,W.GKOVfcS elauaturauu box. 690.f .
road to speak to a friend and makes .
the other fellow go around him. I
One who thinks his horn Is a megaphone -

and wants to advertise to the ryti r T.
follow on the rand In ,front of him / / -
that ho's able to own an automobile. .

.r. The "sheik" driver who ses how '

.. without near be hitting can !come it. to the other car .; tea Roast > : Will sell at a bargain or exchange for desirable :

And last, but not leant, the speod, 44-- -r-
Real Estate Entire stock of merchandise.
fiend, who takes advantage of Flor- / \ my
ida's fool forty-five mile per hour law, Beef i s sr I

and drives Sun. his car at sixty.-Gainesville II This business will stand the closest investigation,

PRIME MOVER-ItA .-IN r When tender, : I all clean stock business in fine shape in every

BUSINESS juicy and fine I way, have no time to devote to it. '
Advertising is a prime mover in

creating busine. It rouses peopleout flavored it is an business in j
of lethargy, makes them want to t If you want a good a good place see

-l, live means more of living fully more and comfortably to possess and tho '\I r ((ti( ideal meat for me QUICK. e j

enjoyably. dinner I
When sales are hard to get then the Sunday I

most people who have things for sale
f double their efforts to sell. The harder and you are assured of ideal

they try to sell, the harder their ,
competitors try to sell. But no amountof roasts when they are purchased at '

selling effort-in the usual tense -
of the word-can create demand; It our market. You can have rib or ,.'

can only take advantage of the demand '

that has been otherwise created. rolled roasts as prefer. Everything
Advertising and selling ought to be I I.
considered of equal importance. Advertising want in the meat HuLl:
you may N.B.
creates the consumer de .L I:

with mand.the Selling supply.connects Each this needs demand the line and all of the best.

*other to make Its work complete and i . '
t each .Is just essential as the other. I '

Consumers. will not have Information Variety Meat Market 1 I

regarding the 'hinge that are tiecfessary !- A', _
for them to get the maximumof
I Phone 124 Starke -
unless -- -
enjoyement; out of life they ..-


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