Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
September 11, 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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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six: Months' 7S&- Payable in Advance.
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Double Murder-Is Laid To Rufus, i To Determine Exactly the \' I MRS. ADKIXS ILL INJACKSONVILLE Two Olhvrs of t're- -lladl) Hurt As ..(.i'llirlKlhlt'

Cheaser, 17, Of Middteburg. j National Champion .1 1 1II Crops to lie Raised in : HOSPITAL Tracks In ;Svtrrc Storm "

SLEW GIRL AS"SUE J. W. TOWNSEND HEAD I hire James O. Adklns, who was Florida Ire Near l.ildm-11, Ohio. 1411NISDtWNR

ASKED FINAL KISS OF THIS : token, ill with appendicitis while in I :-.; : :' ( HAFT'S
Ilrnclprsotiville, N. C., with her sister, CO. '
UI\Snl.n.! I KILLED ;
Talk of Violence In Green Cove Discounted Advantages Are Fertile Soil a .i ;
Miss Mabel Edwards, was brought
By Sheriff of Clay Kind Train Service I brought to Jacksonville Friday by Hoard of Inquest and Inquiry For ,

Jacksonville, Florida, Sept. 17.- Lake Butler, Sept 7.-.J. W. Miss Edwards, and was operated on Disaster U Appointed to Con:
send, of the at the Riverside hospital yesterday MIUas Early as Pobslbl at
Rufus Chesser, 17, of Middleburg, piesident i I
in Clay county, Is alleged to have' Dealers! bank here and one j 1 morning at 10 o'clock. I Scene of t'rnMh.I .
hot and killed his pretty sixteen largest property owners in I 1'I Mr. Adkms, accompanied by Mrs.
I : I Caldttell, Ohm, :Sept.' :Fourteen
year old sweetheart and his brother- I county, u"lIounced this week A kin''"' mother, Mrs. M. K. Edwards, I ..f the crew of the Sheiiniulouh, giant

in-law near Green Cove Springs last I will open within the very near left Friday morning fo rhis wife'sbedside dn-iifible, are dead .ind two other
night at 11:30: o'clock, according to n 'large experimental station It is a singular coincidence. ,1'I acre seriously injured early today
reports reaching this city."Don't Butler. that Miss Edward. was operated on : u't.i' .he pride! of the t t'niUil I State.
shoot me again, kiss me," Lake Butler and Union at Riverside several weeks ago for I | u. tg Hacked during a, severe storm
the youth's sweetheart said after ho Mr. Townsend stated, rest n similar malady.-Gainesville Sun j on its western cruise from 1U Lnks-

had shot her once* it is ..1<.1. -Then, heart of Florida's most | Sept. 8. t I' I| but t, N. J., air port.
he fired another and :fatal load of versatile farming section. For :, ITiFooattt t
Winter lI.aven-l'ostal service ex Aniont the dead is Lieut. Com
hot into her body, Clay county olE-i reason he intends to I .
I panded. .a.iUui Zachary Lundadowne, cnptatit
sere allege. notly what the various crops 11.of the ship.
The dead girl is named Bowles andChesser' I here under Intensive | Punedin-Construction resumed on
brother-in-law is Larry Di- The station, it Is. understood, Fenway Hotel After battling the elements for sev.
laberry. Both the slain persons lived : be In charge of an expert, oral hours, the hugo aircraft suddenly '
in MIddleburg. 1 begin work soon. i purchasQ Lake Butler has been visited shot upward to an altitude of approximately -
First news of the double murder I Stephen M. Ovother of PhUadet Land near Lake Butler, It by various executives of hid I I' 7,500 feet from a 3,000-
received here came to II. R. Boggs, Broke shooting, tOO round a aay, by farmers easily will organization including field men, the ,' foot level where tho dirigible buckled
police lieutenant, when a telephone 400 pigeon without a musee4tabllshing crops each year with the right publicity director, engineers, photographers j I nmidrthip. The pressure and twisting
message from Green Cove Springs I the world record anciwinning agument. Sweet potatoes, Klnl"I' and artists. Two artists and | !*van so groat that It broke the ship In

asked that lookout be kept for the at Vandalla.national, Pa. championship The former corn, peanuts and peas have a business manager arrived this week I Mrs.' Gertrude Seita of La Belle, linen sections.
Slayer who was believed to be head I record was 256 without a mis. some of the principal crops ; .from New York where they formerly Fla., is a woman of action. When The control cabin, swung/: beneath '
ed this way. Later J. J. Weeks, a the past few years, but truck were connected with tho Joseph Day I her husband took May Lawrence the fore-section of the ship proper,
son of Sheriff E. J. Weeks of Clay i 'ing, according to Mr. real estate concern, conceded to be the riding she While followed them left in another broke away at an altitude of several '
county gave the Times-Union some wnud prove highly profitable largest in the world. I I I to '/etch car.water, Mr. Belts handcuffed camp- thouHand feet. It carried most of the t
additional information about the kill- Lake Butler is only fifty-three h Pecan Center the affinity, took her \c) crew who were killed.
ng.. TO\VNELECTION ; from Jacksonville, the banker .They are to paint a mammoth"hlrdse'e" town and, I had her arrested. Release of the control cabin, the
According to Weeks, Chesser and with excellent railroad of Lake Butler, aicording | fore section measuring about 150
his sweetheart had quarreled a few I TUESDAY well as a good highway system.Good to Mr. King, which probably will be | feet and bearing seven .urvlvors. I
weeks ago about attentions shown her HELD Train ServiceAt the largest ever drawn In the state ( free ballooned for more than an hour "

by the brother-in-law, who is married present fourteen of Florida. Most of tho property purchased B. H. S. OPENED and:! finally was landed near Sharon
and has one child. I I Tuesday's town election passed off trains, operating on the : by Mr. King was obtained twelve miles from where the control "
.Chesser was of a jealous nature with the smallest number of votes Line and Seaboard railways, from Mr. Townsend cabin crashed near Ava.
and last night, when his estrangedgirl I< cast In several years The Clerk's Lake Butler and this "I am more thun pleased with Mr.Townaend'a WITH 369 PUPILS The main section carrying twenty
and his brother-in-law left Mld-: office received the largest number of creased to eighteen in the Men of an experimental six survivors landed with a crash '
dleburg to go to Green Cove Springs vote cast, ninety-two, while H. Aus- son. In addition\ to this station, the Jacksonville developersaid which: sent several I of the crew dlv
he followed them, it is said. Middle-' tin, contender with A. L. Alvarez for vice, there Is a continual today "I have great: faith in'' !Mondry" morn'MST the Bradford burg is about fifteen miles northwestof marshal, received 28. freight trains going through Luke Butler and Union county, especially count*. high school opened with three the ground. A middle section of some
the Clay county seat. I IJ Full election results are given below times.. in its wonderful soil. The hundred and sixty mi..e pupils and the 15 or 3D feet settled down In piece
w'J The Bowles girl and Dilaberry : David A. King of King station 111 only po to show the public < enrol I mi nt Is dully Increasing. over the country alde.Wild < .
pent the evening in Green Cove For mayor, C. L. Peek, 77. i Inc., a Jacksonville concern, r in facts and figures what actually I Pruf. S. S. DowUtik. principal, presided 'Ihrllling Ride.
Springs. When they left, Chesser | For aldermen, 2 years, G. W. Alderman purchased more thnn 7,000 can bo done hero" I over the ex 'rclss In the big Those\ aboard the nose section had
and a brother are sail to have followed 81 ; C. F. Hoover, 87. land in and near Lake Butler Union county is considered one of nuditurium, and< !\IrK. A. K.: Wall directed a wild and thrilling ride> and landed l
them in another car. I For alderman" 1 year, D. C. Jones, it is understood that he the leading i pocan centers of Florida.' '' the singing while Miss Ethel Grlf- twelve miles front the 1 place where tho
,About two and one half miles 88. develop the greater part of Mr. Townsend, has several acres in vn acted an pianist "Morning Holies" cabin compartment crashed. Sov- -
north? of Green Cove Springs, a tire For clerk, treasurer and tax collector mediately T.ho: deal, : "pecan groves, which he has refused\ ;' and "Boosting the Old High School" I oral. of tho olllcem, had Just left tho
o "the car containing the girl and I G. A 'utch, 02.) 1 last week, involved a to sell for 2,000 per acre. Pecan j J Jjrrovn were sung with anthuNlnsin. Dr., A, control cabin and were climbing! up ".
DHftberry had a puncture. They For tax assessor, C. A. Knight, 88. more than $500,000. it was said, produce approximately E. IMnliam, of the Episcopal church, the ladder into tho cat walk of the ship
. .speed to repair the tire and while I For marshal, A. L. Alvarez, 89; H. Since announcement of Mr. $20:; per acre each year. i I read scripture. lesson, and Rev.: C. proper whoa the cabin broke loose.

they were parked, Chesser and his !; Austin, 28. 'Jst V. Plan es, of the Methodist church Suspended 1 In mid-air and hanging'
brother canto on the scene. offered (prayer. to u Kiidei) they crawled or were pulled .
JJ An argument and the shooting | three witnesses, Chesner and his 21- LAKE BUTLER LAND ADVANCES |! lJ... 11. A. Tucker, of the Presbyterian to places of comparative safety.

are alleged to have followed, both the year-old 1 brother Jim, went til Green church, made a fine address, I' One, not ao fortunate, F. J. Me-
fcfrl and Dilaberry dying instantly. | Cove Springs) Saturday night. There and (i. M. lumen, member of tho county I'nrthy, chief rigger, was swept front
Then Chesser is said to have fled the they met Dilaberry, his wife, and the FOLLOWING PURCHASE BY KINGJacksonville school, board, gave an enthusiastic 'I its perilous perch In the forward enl,
scene, perssumably headed towards'' two Bowles girls and had a soft talk relative to school matters. L. W. uf the none' to the ground 1 when the
Jacksonville. drink with them in a country store. Klcklitcr, chairman of the county mutork'HH craft struck a tree. He U In
I I.lThe '' :Sept.:; 5.-Lake Butler, arc, u was said. I school board talked
Interestingly :
\ girl was shot first in the shoulder Then Dilaberry drove his car containing { u Marietta: hospital In u serious con
J. W. Townsend, of the
Weeks told the Times-Union. his wife, Fanny Bowles and 1 county seat of Union county, l 53 miles I' president regard to our school, and was followedby ilition.
Then, as she begged her lover not to I her 17-year-old sister back toward southwest of Jacksonville, is exeprienring Farmers and Dealers Dank at Lake H. B. Wiggins, superintendent of With three men forward and three
I i Ittitlt sold of the landto
of great
the land a part
one greatest .
fire again, he is alleged to have fired MIddleburg, a small Clay county public instruction Bradford county.J. aft In thu nose of the craft It WIIStnaneuvero,1
in its history, according to word received Mr. King while other tracts were Kit-kilter, Sr., newly elected trustee -
another load of shot into her back. town, where all the principals to n safe altitude after
bought from direct. Mr.
about fifteen miles northwest of by realtors here from that section owners was the lent gentleman to speakin brushing trees and at least farm t
Then, he is said to have turned the | one
i I Town i I 'nd is ono of the largest landowners
today. the interest of school.
shotgun on Dilaberry and shot him Green{ Cove Springs. About 11 o'clockone the house. Lieut. Commnnder C. E. !Ros ;
once. of the tires blew out. Property values have Increased over In Union county. I Iwere ; In spite of tho extremely warm cndahl and !Lieut. J. II. Anderson.. directed
night with the announcement yesterday i> Se\eral" tracts of acreage which weather
,J f A nalarni to every policemean on I While the car was stopped to repair teachers and pupils are the release of the helium gas y
; thnt Inc. on the market at comparatively
duty in the city to be on the lookout the trouble, another car con- King Properties, a earnestly working over their studies, and "gasoline in such a way that the r '
Jacksonville real has low lust week have been taken
estate prices
for.a roadster car containing Chesser taining Chesser and his brother drove everything indicates a most successful I nose landed without severely injuring -
closed negotiations for more than 7- off the list complctey, owners stating term fur the B. H. S.
was broadcasted. A partolman said, up and stopped. The allege; slayer, any aboard. The dend were then
in his hand walkedp 000 acres of land in and near' Lake that they are "going/ to wait" on | The first grade, taught by Milts! taken to Belle .
when the report was given him, that with a shotgun 111'I I Valley, a nearby villa
Butler, at a price of more than $r>00- King's next move. | Olive enrolled
Ray, seventy-five pupils
he had seen a roadster containing one + p and demanded that the Boyles go, where they were placed In an
000. Much of the city property today He just returned from Miami, today the first day and the number Is
road Davis girl desert her party and get into his Improvised morgue. An American Lo-
pass Kings and '
person Is on the list at twice the price it where he has been conferring; steadily Increasing, therefore the
,street, headed out of town, a few mln- 'I car, Sheriff Weeks said, quoting wit glen guard of honor is on watch there
was offered one week ago. ,, with several capitalists but refused county superintendent allowed an tonight..
aces before. nesses. | to make known the result of his neI I
David King, of King Properties, J assistant. -
1 lUsH;:. Girl Then Kills Her Board to Invesllgae
'ijcksonville: Sept.: 7.-Rufus ChesterAn The girl refused but offered a kiss has not announced definitely what &collations. He will leave Jacksonville The personnel and residence of tho The bodies wlUJo! ) kept at Belle
of Middlebnrg, is in the Clay I j I "to avoid trouble." Rufus, aparently he intends to do with the large tract tonight or tomorrow for New j t"'''' ers U an follows: Valley until tomorrow when a boardof
county jail at Green Cove Springs''placated, accepted it. i but Is is believed In the Lake butler York t) discuss the Lake Butler pro- !'r V Irstl'rallc-l\lIs. Olive Ray and inquiry officially will establish. the
charged with the double murder late I I I With the flutter of the Boyles girl's vicinity that ho will open a big de led with several eastern financiers. assistant, Starke. cause of death.
Saturday night of Fanny Boyles, 24, lips still on his Chesser backed away velopment.Mr. with \ horn he has been associated. | Second grade-MU* Ethel Griffin, This board will be headed by Commander
a 40 his britber-in-law whom two miles and a half of water frontage to make our plans for Lake Butler, | Third gradoMlss Madgo Middle \
he is I Dilaberry, witnesses said. The youth ; fleer of the Lakehurst station who 1 I.*
said have feared rival for the on f.flke Butler in addition t > Mr. K I ng said, "but we hope to reveal ton Starke. .
'to as a shot him once in the back and then enroute here tonight. Another board
quite n hit of property In the tityproper 'hen, "ithin the. veiv i enr future. ; Fourth grade!-Mis* Eunice Pork-
Boyles girl's love. fired at the girl, standing a few feeti ,' Is expected to investigate the cause
His holdings represent fully pr< I ly: us soon as I return frtm ,
ins Starke.
Sheriff E. J. Week' of Clay county :i away. of the accident and to trmino
i I .
Infgiving the Times-Union details ofthlaing The first load of buckshot spun her'' -nino-t----(-"-:th-' nt the !uk,>"< water front \1tv/ ork" '! Fifth grade-Mrs. S. M. Cox, what disposition, if any, will be made

| by telephone Saturday(I I around, tearing away her left | Miirko.:' nf the wrecked airship. '

night, said there was some talk of I I shoulder and part of her hand. She Which Started Great Coal Strike ,| I II Sixth grada-Miss Cora Calhoun, The Shenandoah started) from Lake.
violence d but htat he anticipate ran, falling into a roadside ditch. I I L The Order "ttnndale, Ala. hur-t, N. J., late yesterday aftttrnon '
none. I Chesser'c! brother Jim, the other I I Seventh rado-l\Ire. Gladys Waslin and hud un uneventful trip until It
_Sheriff Characterizes: Slaying. I Bowies' girl, and Dilaberry's wife, I Ii <' Graham. crossed the Ohio river Into Ohio.
'HlThe' slayings were described by who alighted from the car and flod !'t! v I! Eighth grada-Mis* Prentice HuntphricH While on a line between <'aml>rt Sheriff Weeks as the most brutal some distance, said that Chesser then'j i President John L Lewis of the Louisville Miss. and Byseville heading westward the ,
within his memory as a law enforce- re-loaded Ms gun and, bent over the United Mine Worker, handing the I Ie High school-Prof. S. S. Dowllng: ship encountered a severe electrical '
ment officer. Chesser denies the girl. After a few seconds he fired. I order to a messenger which result principal Mr. T. J. Alderman, Miss storm. It was unable to make and ;
crime but the sheriff says he has another shot into her back: ending'!I located three eye-witnesses. Accord- her agony as she begged him to kiss I thrldte miners, the-bhrcelt Thelma Brown, Raiford. fleer managed: to head the ship

InftVto. the Clay county sheriff Ches- her.The I the history of mining. PROPOSE INSTALLATIONOF southward, seeking to clear the storm '
.er. shot the girl and bin brother-in- car In which Chesser and hia COURTHOUSE area.
law in the presence of his brother and brother had come to the scene" was -, Near Ava, eight miles north of here p
liter and a slater of the dead girl. one borrowed from J. Austin, also of Among: the local bills to be presented the ship encountered the line squall,
''The youth fired the second and Middleburg. The alleged killer tookit at the coming special session of the variety of storm most feared by
.fatal shot into the body of the girl and fled.Shortly I yq. the Florida Legislature will be one airmen, and was carried from a 3,000 '
Supposedly loved as she lay in a after midnight, Sheriff I r'y authorizing the commissioner of foot level to 4,500 feet where It rev
roadside ditch. Prostrate and bleeding Weeks and deputies took young Ches- {! { a38w ; Bradford county to issue time warrant malned stationary for a few minutes. .
she plead: "If you are going to ser into custody at the home of his I in the amount of $3.000 for the Then, with the ship's nose headed
,hoot me again, kiss me first," witnesses parents Mr. and Mrs. John Chesser. II purchase of an electric clock for the southward and four of the five mo w <
declared. The youth was In bed. II I courthouse tower. Although provision tors going full speed, the pressure
J Whether the Chesser youth and the Hold Funeral.* TodayA I was made for such installation again hoisted the ship to a still high
Boyles girl were sweethearts the story of the killing reaching the when the courthouse wa built er level about 0,500 feet. Lieut. Com-

sheriff would not say, but from various Ties-Union Sunday from George R. I, 'I year ago, and at various time agitation mander Landsdowne, survivors say
statement it waa' indicated they Duncan, stated that a recent quarrel I for placing a clock In the tower ordered all motors stopped when the
were rather more than friends. Others between the Boyle. girl and Chesserled I II started, this I I. the first definite step hip reached an altitude of about said that love was not mutual, up to the tragedy, substantiating made toward its Installation. 600 feet.
and that Chesser's affection for the a skeleton story of the laying in j Ij H _" 2 :! No local bill will be considered at At this point the ship began to

girl had been greater than that manifested Sunday's Times-Union I the special session that were not advertised break apart. The nose section con
i by her. Still, as she begged to At flnt it was believed that Ches- 1 5ll for 60 day. prior to the meetIng tinued its ascent to about 7,500 fet
know if he were going to shoot again, aser had left Clay county and was 1I I : of that body, and our representatives and then started downward on its
.the girl wanted a last kiss, witnesses sir hid left Clay iounty and was and senator should be advised flight. The control: cabIn -
,' .ald. here were alert to apprehend him V 06a 7t of any other bill wanted entered at was twisted off and dropped to the

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$1,500,000 TO BE SPENT there are other avenues of economy I returned to their home in Ft. Pierce SUGAR CANE IIURT
DC SEABOARD I and reductions which might well de- after spending the past two weeks IN WEST FLORIDA Your Fall Hat Which Will You Have?

mand attention. For instance, he here as guests of relatives.
Purchase New Equlment For All says: "Get rid of some of the high salaried Mrs. S. E Jones spent several days Mosaic Disease Causes !Mottling Of 1 'a

TraHie in 'Ihi State | officials who can seldom be last week in Hollywood visiting her Leaves Says M. R. Ensign.

offices because of golfor daughter Mrs. E. N. Durkee. While
.. ; :. WOiyt other s'umcs or who are on 'recrea- away she also visited Miami and Ft. Gainesville.-For the past several

tional trips' over the country at Pierce. years sugar cane growing in western

Fait Pasenger :Miami to New York government expense. There are a Mrs W. J. Roberson Is in Jaik- Florida has been increasingly difficult : -

Will Be Inaugurated/ number of real economics that wouldbe sonville this week visiting relatives. and less profitable, due to a serious I

I, affected without crippling or destroying Friends of Mr. S. J. Prescott will plant disease. This disease Is

Tampa, Aug. 27.-Tho SeaboardAir the efficiency of the government regret to learn that he continues ill mosaic, sometimes called "frenching."

Line railway officials here today i economics which would permita at his homo near here, and hope to The most outstanding iharaiteristic !

Announced that approximately $1- !, further reduction in taxes." see him out again soon. of mosaic is a mottling of the leavesof

600,000 would be spent by the road 'v. S. Nabb Is home again/ after a the cane, usually accompanied by ,4 r'S

this year for the purchase of new TEACIIING PATRIOTISMThe : lengthy visit at South Palm Beach a dwarfing of the entire plant, according -I

equipment with which to handle Increased truest of his son-in-law, and daughter to M. R. Ensign, r5
passenger and freight trafficin constitution of our great coun- Mr. and Mrs R. L. Brown. of the Florida ,
Florida. try was signed on September 17th, patholOlllst'1
1787, so that is why many schools allover LAWTEYLawtey'Sept.21.Mr division service. Often
This does not include other thousands -
J in a very 1i
the land keep September 17th as
II of dollars to bo spent for the I II' '. and Mrs. conservative estimates placing the

elimination of grade crossings nor the I Constitution Day. Laurie Edwards, of Jacksonville, loss per acre at about $11. .1 s
cost of construction work now underway Tho federal and state governmenthas were weekend visitors at the homeof In 1920 the State Plant Board A J
schools to
I or about to begin/ it is said I been urging/ our public Mr.\ and Mrs. .W. II. Edwards.A. shipped several carloads of mosalc- x '
Seventeen Mikado locomotives cost-I nil stress teachers the matter who took at patriotism examination, in N. Jones, was a visitor to Starke resistant cane known as Cayana-10 in ryt k

ing $75,000 each are to be night: Monday.Mr. to the counties of western Florida.
Florida month had take
, used for hauling freight in the state, I\ last the constitution to of the an W. Hall, of Athens, Co., wife Very cold weather overtook this cane

under the plan. Twelve new dining examination United on and to teach of Prof. Hall, of the Lawtey school, in transit and much of It was frozen. '

cars have been ordered I" anticipation States promise. arrived hero Sunday and will spend a However, some of it was planted and .
of heavy winter travel. I patriotism more thoroughly.On few weeks here. They are pleasantly -
i several
I here and there acres are now
of the of models two of felt
ways teaching pa- stunning \meilcan( designed ,
Above three
Tho inauguration of a new located at the Rowe House.
passen- available for seed.A .
I triotism for the teacher to the Paris designed
Is give
I ger train, scheduled to be the fastest a M. F. Brown, of Tampa was in list of growers of this resistant and the third of velvet and ribbon. Below
back the picturesque morn
| aeries of enthusiastic talks explana- Chapcaux shoeing tl attempt to bring
in the South, was also announced. town Monday.J. cane is being secured by the Agricultural ,

I The train, to be made up entirely of tory to certain patriotic songs, etc., L. Harrell, Miss Carrol Cane Extension Division at ___ __ h_ ___ __ .. .
I that children memorizesome
I Pullmans, will be operated between and see tJte and Don Fryer were visitors to
of them. For example: all the Gainesville, and can be had on application
West Palm Peach, Miami and New' Gainesville Friday. .
York. It will be put in operation' first grade pupils should know the Mr. and Mrs. David Durban, Jr., of Mr. Ensign urges that every farmer price paid In this country by the
flag salute "I pledge allegiance to the Farms Company lur
/; Carnation i
December 1, and probably continue' Jacksonville, were guests Sunday of
now having d.fflcutly in produc-
America Holstein bull $102,000.
of the United States of -
flag ,
service the round. The Mr. and Mrs. David Durban Sr. 'Ibis 'Week
running ,
'' year and to the republic for which it lag: a good yield of cane take ad-
time betwen the South Florida cities I Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Biggs and
vantage of this opportunity of secur-
stands nation indivisible with show what be
I ; one These prices can
l' and the metropolis will be 85 hours family of Georgetown visited relatives ing enough mosaic-resistant cane to &clr.1W.You .
liberty and Justice for all"All done by breeding among
: -I The train will not pass through Jack- {I'I second grade pupils should next here Sunday afternoon. plant his next year's crop. can get a perfectly good bull
sonvllle but enter the state through I'I week memorize the flag salute and Rev. R. D. Be via of Melrose, filled for $40.( But a little change In

j the Gross-Callahan cut-off. This route ;;1. the words of America. his regular appointment at the Law Population of-Florida has increased the shape of the animal, pro
will effect saving in the running tey Baptist church Sunday.Mr. duced careful selection of
a Ie by a
Third grade should be able to repeat and Mrs. G. W. Roberts and 30 per cent during past five years. the mysterious chromosomes,

I time.A system of interlocking plants at I the flag salute, America, and baby motored to Starke Sunday af- Bartow-Southern Nurseries Com- I makes a big difference.'
the flint stanza of the "Star Spangled
I many of the grade crossings on the Banner." ternon.W. pany ships 65 tons grapes from vineyards Students of eugenics think care-
I Florida Western and Northern Is be- I T. Fincher, of Starke was a visitor here. ful breeding will produce equal
Fourth grade should know the foregoing Arthur Brisbane Improvement in human beings
; ing surveyed, it was added. here Monday ; y
and all of tho "Star Spangled of dock They are mistaken.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Biggs/ spent: Canal Point-Construction
CONGRESSIONALAPPROPRIATIONS Danner. last week with relatives In lIastlnlls under way, at Florida East Coast AMERICA'S ENEMYFAT.A .
Fifth grade, all the foregoing/; and and Georgetown. They also made Railway crossing and St. Lucie canal Learned men, Including church-
words of America, the Beautiful. a SHORT-HORN BULL.A men, once taught that there was

Washington-Commenting on the I Sixth and seventh grades, all of the combined further down business and pleasure trip There is a total of $167,089 insur- ROOF TO THE EARTH. a roof to this earth, solid, held -up
suggestion of Representatives of the I :foregoing: and Scott's "Love of Coun the state, returning ance carried on the State Prison by Its own strength and called
Administration that funds for the try." Sunday evening via Ocala and Farm buildings, and equipment In the 10-POUND BABY?-WRONG. the sky.

execution of a large public building I! Eighth! grade should study the con- Gainesville.Mrs. State Insurance Fund. When Galleo denied it and sold
Ida Calhoun and daughter the earth round ball whirl-
program should be raised by means stitution. ,- -- What is was a
Mrs. Moln. and son, Perry Calhoun more dangerous than ing; around the sun, he had to get
of bond issue of
a $100,000,000 on i travel
The songs mentinoed should be often ocean riding on railroads,
Perfectly Comprehensible.The knees that tie
and Miss down his saying
Mary Jones of Cottonwood on
Senator Fletcher of
more Duncan U. in
1' or flying ?
with enthusiasm, and all an airplane
sung "
Ala., were week-end visitors at the following xi>eecli van mode by "retracted, abjured and abhorredhis
Florida said The ,
: answer given by Mr. John-
should rise when the "America" and
lawyer on behalf of his client where false teachings"-which happened
I home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
of the National Life
"Even the most pessimistic Repub- son, Insur-
"The Star Banner
Spangled are Miss Bessie Terry of Jacksonville cow had been killed by a train : "If to be perfectly true.
lican admits that citizensIn many ance Company, is FAT.
sung. the trnlu hnd been run as It should have
', sections of the country have just spent from Saturday until :Monday teen or It the boll had bet.n rungas The idea of a solid sky
here with her ran Fat kills Americans
Mr. rapidly
to that suitable buildings SEABOARD TIME TABLE parents, and Mrs.T. more move
cause complain
I J. Terry. It should Lave burn rang, or if: the than anything else. Fatty degen- us, with stars planted in it
/; equipment and service have Beginning 12:01 6th I whistle had been blown as It shorldhave eration of the heart kills and there, faded out. But now the
been : a. m. Sept. Mr. and Mrs. W. Merrill and chil- many.
lacking for the several]
past years trains will follows dren : l been blew, l/oth of which 'r oy did Fat accumulates on middle-aged radio experts of the Navy say the
run as : of Jacksonville
The Government is at the present I were visitors earth actually has a "roof" of another
j' No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa arriveat neither, the raw ,,'ouldot have bass business men, and that kills them
time paying out Approximately $30- '*vjnr.'l w 6"n she win kl'lod-" before their time. kind. It exists, presumably,
Starke 11:14
: p. m. Miss Louise Blanchard of Ft Lauderdale where our thin atmosphere melt
000,000 annually in rent-or about I In old age especially fat is dangerous. -
$2,000,000 less than the bill which II I No. 8 Tampa to Jackionville! ar- was the guest here Mondayof And In old age it Is most Away into the ether an 10nJ alit
1 introduced during the last Congress rive Starke 5:23: a. m. her parents, Mr.' and Mrs A. M Difficult to get rid of dangerous L at. region in Mgher level of
would have provided for the consturc- No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa arrive BlnncharJ. I The heart won't stand exercise atmosphere," the scientists call It.

tion of buildings In something like Starke 11:02: a. m. I Robert Nolan, of Middleburg, was I that might/; take the fat off.' The
800 cities! where the Government has |I No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville ar- In town on business Monday.Mrs. WRIGiEVSA I feeble will cannot control diet. The "Imponderable ether so

owned sites for number of rive Starke 4-25: p. m. J. II. Carrodine was a visitorto I dense that solid steel in colnPtHson -
,. a years- i'| No. 20 Cudar Key to Jacksonville, Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. The safest place In the world as Is like a coarse fish net; certainly
none of which, so far as I am Informed accidents ia the cabin dON enclose earth and
arrive Starke 9 a. m. and Mrs\ S. B. Futch and II regards a our
are returning any revenue in their :ilEVtnv big steamship on the ocean. its thin atmosphere.
I No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key family of Jacksonville were
present condition but are a source guestsof I Next in comes a railroad Radio waves such as we use may
f of some expense. arrive Starke 5:11: p. m. relatives here Saturday and Sun- :: I train, and before long the flying be able to travel outside that at-

I "I realized when I Introduced that j Starke and Wannee day. I machine safer than either. mosphere. If so, science will find{
bill that many other sites should be I No. 101 leaves. Starke 7:40 a. m. Commissioner L. II. Hill met with ,I The man in greatest danger is some other wave that will take

purchased and buildings constructed' No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. the county bonrd Monday. the fat man past middle age, eat- messages to other planets.If .

thereon as soon as possible but j I Limited Trains Dnvld Moore of Jacksonville, spent ? ing heartily and hurriedly when light-producing waves
idea was to have an appropriation my l No. 7 Jacksonville to St. Petersburg Sunday here with his parents, Mr II he is tired. Don't insure him. travel from the sun to the rj

made by the last due Starke 2:16: p m. and Mrs J. H. Moore.J. men will find some wave that
Congress for the
: construction of buildings on sites |I No. lOt St. Petersburg to Jacksonville Aspegrin, of Hastings, was here e Good news for little automobileowners. carry information from the
due Starke 6:07 Monday Probably one Gasoline prices are to the sun and beyond.
: p. m. looking after property in-
already owned and later have I
an appropriation ) slashed all the Yes-
over country.
I No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm terest. reason for the
made for the purchase Beach due Starke 10:15: Ed Ploughman popularity of terday, in Eastern territory, the Learn, proud parents, that the
a. m.
spent Sunday with
of other sites the
construction of
cut was three cents a gallon. In much
I T. J. Griffin, Agent. relatives in Tampa.Mr. WIUGLEVS U that it bit praised "tin-pound boy baby" -
other buildings and the ] the Middle West buy
enlari'ementof and such many gas Isn't the thing at all. The average -
buildings heretofore constructed I I SAMPSON CITY children. and Mrs Tom Gilchrlst and great 10 long dividend return for *o small I under 14 cents. It makes ,a big normal boy baby weighs 7,%
of Brunswick, Ga. difference' to those that count the
as necessity arises. It is believed were an outlay It keeps teeth pounds at birth.
by some that had the Bill which I Sampson Ctiy, Sept 11.-Lewis week-end visitors at the home of Mr. clean, breath sweet, appetite cost of living and motoring.It One learned Italian has writtena
introduced been sponsored by a Republican 1 PjirrUh spent the week-end here the and Mrs! W. II. Biggs.C. keen, digestion good. I means nothing to the big men; book to prove that women, by

It would have met the ap- ,' !guest of rvltaives. R. Sapp, of Jacksonville, was In Fresh and full'flavorej they don't care what gasolinecosts. special diet, can and should keep
proval of the Adminiaratlon for T. X. Williams of Sumner, spent town Monday. always in its wax*wrapped I And many of them, owningoil the unborn child from becqmIng too
even Lorenzo Marr of package.BV I stocks, feel rather sad. A three- fat for its own sake and for tnmother's
in Oldsmar. is
Congress petty political jealousies Sunday here guest of his mother, Mrs.
cent cut In gas may mean a $30 sake.
arise over who shall have the Josie Hall. I II spending a few days here with his I
credit drop in oil stocks.A .
have a lot to learn about
for this or that legislation." I|I Miss! Ethel Varnes spent last in parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Marr.
taking of children
i The Senator said further: "It Is Waldo guest of her niece. Mrs. Gray George F. Young was transacting I short-ho--b;:;; ;; 1 was sold in are born care, including the before science they of

: a well known fact In some instancesthe Jones. business In Starke Monday. fY I the Argentine/ Republic yesterday saving them from piling
} Government Is conducting its affairs :Mrs Frank Koaslgnol and son Jean, I Edna Futch returned to the Deaf oaf rr for $00.000, record price for that that makes birth more difficult and
.: t in u most unbusinesslike manner ,tam, G. L. Christopher of Jacksonville, and Dumb School at St. Augustine / N7 I l.cecd. The real record ia the is lost right: after blrti. '

{ j -especially regarding post office facilities and Miss Irene Jlerrin, of Ft. Tierce, the first of the week after spending
1 visited a few days here with her ---- -- .. _._
and parents,
services. relatives here --
j It is payingout j Sunday. -.-- ------- ---- -

approximately $30,000,000 an- :!j i Mrs. Josie Hall and daughter Miss Mr. and Mrs. Silas Futch. Mr. Futch -..... .. .--.. ----
nually for rents when it should own :Mamie have returned home after a accompanied her as far as Jackson- ISOLL"'i .foo.,,
I .
sonville. 't TH.Ar.1 t< 1iL&vntb ';;;' f'A\ I.t"WiL'i':
its buildings. The present situation lengthy. visit In Palatka as guests of HAvtu'T" eeen .. t'1UC.i I'mo\ .? A-:.... s4 :j;'. &IG'EgO'titaa
i specially in Florida where most her son-in-law and daughter: Mr. and Green spent a few days In a OUT IN A" COUPIAPAVS I \4 41'M 11 IA N/-. I, :, IP
I offices and services are wholly Inadequate Mrs. T. C. Thomas. :While away they hospital in Jacksonville last week. 'I tINt(. 16 { HB'I-U' LOAN ME'

1, makes! not only for waste I| also visited St. Augustine and Cres- lie retfirned homo Tuesday much. Im- ri-L.MAIN r>*STRB6T)SE'( UP ._ H.G.SNEUA'OUTI.INH

f of time and Inefficiency as to the cent Beach proved. AN' SEE NOW j QRHISTORV'

j+ service but is a source of great inconvenience | Miss Lucille Moore, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Tatum, of De- \INGS BB AN' TH' :'

I t and annoyance to the i I. hero on a visit with ho slater Mrs. Land, Mrs. Ella Touchton and- Miss SECOND VOLUMB

t, yubllc. '| C. A. Thomas. Cholo Touchton, of Douglass were e OP d.18Boris CECLINB

t "Th Se Administration representa- .I News was received hero alts week guests last week of Mr. and Mrs.! E. a .
tive now propose to bond the nation of the arrlv.1l of a fine daughter to Roberta ,
for Mr. and E. J. Roberts and son Earle, are '
$100,000,000 or more for the purpose Mrs G. L. Christopher, ofJackaon 00
of obtaining money with which I \'ille. The little lady has been visiting Z. J. Roberts at Hastings
._ .. '
n. carry un a L" I !given' the pretty name, Gloria Eliza ANOTHER RAILROAD

j face of the fact it Is estimated that beth. Mrs. Christopher will be remembered S
I there will be a surplus of something' her as Miss Audrey Her- Rumor Says Seaboard Will Build M II

like $300,000,000 in the treasury at''I' rin.I Across Clay County I

the end of the next ical year. Whoever 1> Mr. and Mrs. Neun Warren and I
heard of a business enterprise''''i children of I'alatka, visited relatives Green Cove Springs, Sept. 5.-Off

where its surplus! for one year here Saturday.i I and on we hear a rumor that the Seaboard I l ".oat::

amounted to 300000.000 proposing >i and Mrs. M. Varnes delightfully Air Line Railroad is contem-
to borrow $100,000,000 for the pur- entertained a large crowd Satur- plating the construction of a line of

pose of enlarging and developing its ['day evening with a chicken pileau. railroad through Clay county. Reports !d.1 BROTNHER VNHATS 6OTNib/ avaRV8oDV' HEY MEN ER.! HOW MANY TIMES'
t plant. That Is what these political Panting and "games, were enjayed until have it thai the Seaboard will THBV'BB ALL BmCWWAADS WMVBVEM TrVSASOLINB HAVO- TOLD apt NOT TtUEAVB >
financiers propone to do, but I do I: a late hour after which supper was start from Baldwin and build their HAN CrAVB AWAY TWO/ fcAIXOM'bHXTWA THIS OUMMW t6TANDIN'r .
not believe they can-Impress the people served. road through the Middleburg section xf v JUST BECAUSe MB UKED TH'IN IOIit /

: with the wisdom of that plan for Frank and Lucille. Herrin have by way of Bordenvllle or Long Branch 676RUSG{ POMPlrVrrup -

f the Interest alone on $100,000,000 Into Green Cove Springs/ cross the

would amount to at Ieat $1,000,000 I A TONICOrove's St. Johns river and go into the Has N4 .

+ annually without taking 'Into accountan tings potato section. This may be
Tasteless chill Tonic restore all rumor with no foundation but It
additional amount ,
I necessary to Energy and Vitality by and I'I is true
t redeem the bonds when they mature. Purifying that the Seaboard hall visualized
Enriching the Blood. When feel Its the
Senator Fletcher says he does not you great development for Flor
,, believe the public generally is favor- strengthening invigorating' effect, see howIt ida and has In the past extended Its

ably Impressed with the proposal to brings color to the cheeks and how rail lines Into much new territory. Fr

provide wholly Inadequate appropriations It Improves the appetite you will then It recently completed arrangements

for river and harbor Improve- appreciate its true tonic value. for carrying Its road into Miami and sown swe /
ments, the Army, the Navy, the Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic .U simply Is now building a West Coast con M

lighthouse and other jerv.ces: ..; that Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup So nection north from Brooksville.
l ---, |! pleasant even children like It. The blood A line across Clay' county would 33 y t1i

Pile Cared In 6 to 14 Day i, needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to open up a vast body of fertile land
1 DnaUlot...,..""dmoiwrlf PAZOOINTMrNTf.Hito '1 Enrich I' Pwtroya- Malarial germs and, and the line to Hastings would give

Film.cure loManlly ufiiu... r&Ind.U......Btomltas Itihio Pl'or!..Protruding. and ,.wi Grip germ by us Strengthening.! Invigorating it a large amount of business In the
I can ft rmctul IJMP .ft.r Dm application. We. Effect eoc. potato section it II now cut off from.
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[L Live i State NewsTold :J] Things' You ShoiildKtiopv .' I !September, 13-19 .

; If your birthday Is this week, one of your strongest characteristics -
is lour .demand for o r.onafreedom.. It i ta difficult for you
1iSPIRIN to submit to the rule of other While rather shy and\ timid, you
by Our Exchanges are quick to express your own views, often thinking your ideas better

., r than any one's else. However, you era tolerant of other people' views,

providing you are permitted to enjoy your own peace and opinion.,,
You keen observers small details notice. Yoili
are a ; never escape your
Tampa-What is said to be the built to house them on the property are critical, but your criticisms\ are usually of a corrective!) :kind, made
Aspirin"INSIST I
I Ile "Bayer
largest single real estate transaction Present plans calll for twenty-four to Say without any ill-feeling./ You have a fine sense of honor, and never

in this section "was closed here today I hour work on the building construc- betray a trust reposed 1 In you.

when approximately 2,400 acres fronting tion. JjlJohn J Deep palne.J 41 Si Unless you see the The women are the greatest match-makers! fatta world, fond of
fore 'arranging' matrimonial\ alliances among people they know and! equally
sold ,
Hillsboroufth\ : bay, was Cross" tablets
on of $4,500,000. I Lake Wales-Hurled head-first In- "Bayer on you as fond of breaking olf such matches as seem to them inharmonious

cash consideration was to a ditch when a bicycle which he Ice Cold DrinksTh are not getting the genuine and imsuitun'?.

The withheld names but of are the known new owners to be Miami was riding was struck by an automo Invisible microbe Is ever lndustnoua Bayer Aspirin proved safe by capable When of Intellectually great accomplishments.developed\ persons However born, when un undeveloped they are
Scenic about find suitable media
the to
t bile on highway, millions and prescribed by physicians unkind. The make fine
verbose and woman
capitalists.Leesburg severe
I are
two miles from here, John McLeod,,, for growth, otherwise his implantwill
1.111mllllnerR. make
\ The men
for 24 authors, musicians, artists! designers! ,
fall. You respiratory years.
of St. Petersburg was instantly kill- passages
-The city fine editors, printers, and\ salesmen.equalization .
advertising the Rale of $265,000 ed shortly after noon today. John your digestive canal, or your AccePt a
are be I S only
elimInative channels must In a
.11 municipal monds for improvement and Lester Browning, occupants of lowered state of. vitality, if dan ,v ';
J_ ,
the automobile, who surrendered to Payer
purposes, bids to bo.received September : geroua bacteria colonize to do I I
14. This money is for the construction I Lake Wales authorities shortly after hurt. Practice over-loading your

of a new $60,000 city hall, the accident, were bound over to the stomach until its normal function which contains proven directions

$40,000 for a city park, $25,000 for Polk county grand jury on chargesof I Is impossible; it becomes tired, I Handy "Bayer" boxos of 12 tablets THB SOUTHERN SERVES THE SOUTH

the purchase of right of way for a manslaughter, following an Inquestby "flabby" anti incompetent. You Also bottles of 24 and 100-DruggistsAflplrla

t canal through the city from Lake Judge W. S. Anderson. Both were I chill the respiratory passages by I I I. oho irmto. mark of n.,... Mmin
factur of MiNio.oatlG.olJo.t.r of aaltcrtlauWinvestigation
under the influence resulting
have been unwise
Harris to Lake Griffin, and $140,000 reported to exposure-the j I
of liquor when they reportedthe stasis and congestion at once affords I
for waterfront -development. I I accident. They did not stop at lodgement for active, health-I into the reported liberty -

f. West Palm Beach-At least a hundred' the scene, but were supposed to havo destroying; germs. Conversely, the I granted to several prisoners of A buyer as well as
well-cared for digestive tract, and
Dade jail in Miami to permit
t Ii, cases of fine liquor were thrown into driven directly to police headquarters. the carefully "groomed" throatare I county
them to continue their bootlegging
t the Gulf Stream last night when j seldom attacked, being in
said to have lightened I operations at night, today revealedthe I
rum runners are themselves provided with natural
.' .... their decks in order to escape capture Pensacola-The charred and smoking antiseptics which resist disease. It I probe had shown that Robert a carrier .of

'. by a fast revenue cutter which hull of a vessel about 60 feet long la only when defense are broken Cash of Miami, sentenced to six

pursued them, it was learned today. was sighted off Fort Morgan, near down, that this sort of foe attacks. I, months in jail on charges of bootleg-

The revenue cutter was operating the entrance to Mobile Buy early yesterday One of the most harmful practices I ging; was one of the convicts to whom

under orders from .the prohibiton enforcement according to .members of a is the immoderate use of ice- Jail attaches are alleged to have given Southern products

boat C. G. 219, now anchored party of yachtsmen aboard the El- cold drinks. What frozen air is temporary freedom from prison. Attorney

here to guard Lake Worth &inlet masada II, a motor yacht! which arrived to the breathing apparatus, cold! Gober indicated that tho pris
'r from New Orleans this after drinks are to the lining of the digestive oners apparently conspired with the {

noon for the Sir Thomas Lipton Cup tract. The walls of the prison attaches for huge sums of bribe The Industrial resources of the South
\ Tampa-The Hillaborough board of raies which began today. Aciording stomach are chilled to a point far money to grant them freedom at

111 county commissioners, in session here to members of the party aboard the below normal, stopping healthy night so they could carry on their are ISO diversified that the Southern

... authorized a $1,000,000 bond issue to yacht, the vessel had burned to the the secretion delicate at glands once. This until weakens bacteria dealings in liquor trafficlng. As yet Railway System Is fortunately able

1r1 defray expenses of an extensive high- waterline, and had been anchored to the investigation\ has not disclosed the

way program. The program, which prevent its drifting There was no find should easy never swallowed Snow and by ice a names of the prison officials believed to purchase a large part of its supplies

'1 will benefit northeast Tampa especially siTn of life about the smoldering hull, healthy individual, no matter how ot have accepted the bribes. along its own rails. .

calls! for contsruction of three members of the party said, and no pure they are. It is cold that

bridges across the Hillsborough river means of identification were ap- does the mischief. Surgeons know UP TO TAX ASSESSORS While we are carrying the products
eo and construction and improvement of parent. A more definite location of that a large per cent of appendi- AND PEOPLEGov.

.60 rally of roads in the county. ; the burning ship could not be given. citis operations are on icewaterand of our shippers to the markets of the
I -- ice-tea habitues, and that also, John W. Martin following hilt
Gainesville-After having put Ms St. AUR'ustine-County Commissioner there are about five times as many 'examination and study of the reports country, we are also buying from

wife out of his automobile on the Dix- L. A. Brasswell, of the Hastings cases in hot as in cold weather. in the office of the equalizer of them for our own use coal, iron,

ie highway between Columbia and District was a visitor in Saint The logical advice Is, never drink taxes; ," called the tax assessors of

High Springs and leaving: her to walk Augustine on Friday and talked very Ice-cold fluids habitually. Never the state, to meet In Jacksonville last lumber cross-ties, equipment, rans-

% according to Mrs. J. II. Slwerson, interestingly on the bumper corn crop expose the cold breathing air for organs prolonged to ex- .Friday for the purpose of duscussing the thousand and one things that are
when she was brought to this city tremely with them "very soberly and earn-
that the farmers in his part of the observance of maintain
periods. Proper and
needed a
about two o'clock yesterday afternoonby county are now harvesting. The crop these precautions may save a life. estly," he said, tho matter of taxEqualization to operate

a youth driving a truck for a local will be one of the largest the Hastings through tax assessment, railroad system of the magnitude of

laundry, J. H. Slwerson, a prominent farmers have had in several seasons.It Next WDVPJ -..k to; be made< In accordance with the r

electrican of DeLand was placed in will average better than thirty-five : IN COI.D.BtT" law. What he said to tho tax asses the Southern.

the Aalachua county jail by Sheriff bushels to the acre, said Mr. Braswell, sors was plain and straightforward;
Charles Pinkoson charged with driv- the of the The Southern Is a buyer as wen as a
and is of unusually good quality! Miami from a lecture tour and announced it was addressed< to peoplo I
ing a car while Intoxicated. heavy and free from amut and other she would make her home state no less than to the assessors. lie carrier of Southern products,
defects. It la estimated there are ; cited numerous instances showing un:
Washington Jacksonville, Florida here permanently. She is living with I
led every city in postal receipts at the about 0,000 acres in the potato belt her mother at the Bryan estate in :, fairness in property assessment', I
that are planted in corn. made for the purposes of taxation. .
selected offices throughout Cocoanut Grove ,
Some of these Instances arc glaring eOUTNfA t
the month ofAugust )I r
States during
United I
according to officials of the Miami-Denying that she had Informed TallahaRseewas the last and inexcusable. There Is something
I close friends of plans to en- somewhere. The
of pleas for very seriously wrong
Office Department. Jackson- day for the receiving
Post t
$65,950,52 for August I ter politics at an early date, Mrs. pardons at the office, of Governor Mar- correction of this wrong Is the sole
ville receipts were
Ruth Owen daughter of the Governor :Martinin !
I board will hold purpose
of 1921 and $88,151.70 for Aug- tin. The state prison
late Williams Jennings Bryan, today this particular matter.
its semi-annual meeting ten days
The gainis
this percentage
ust of
33.85: and) the actual gain! $22,292- intimated that she would, if urgedby hence, and under the rules and regu- While the assessors are on record tpyfg THf.g '

18. Department oflklals stated that friends, take up the !political man lations recently adopted, no pardon OH brim; in favor of assessing propel -
tle of her late father. Mrs. Owen, it within ten' in !SO cent of its cash value
reports for Tampa and other Florida i appeals will be accepted ty per
cities would be made public within a Is believed, will be urged to enter the days before the'meeting. According I there! are some, at leant, who nrp not

few days. It is expected they will raco for congress\ from the Miami; dis to those engaged in checking up on doing this Governor Matrin pre- SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTnM ;
trict. Mrs. Owen arrived i immmmm ia
show big Increases over previous fig- : recently the appeals, several hundred cases sented the evidence of this failure

I will be heard.MiamiWhat. II from the records, stating: that "there .
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uree.MiamiMorrie I are thirty-two counties in Florida
\ Ossinoff, representing COFFINS & CASKETS is declared to have that are on less than a 2ft/ per cent ,
the Ossinoff Brothers, contractors been a daring plot, engineered by a I I basis of valuation." .]le named the of the taxes in your i eqiiiiliziition of tux OSMC .xmonts will

of New York and Philadelphia, who And a Full Line of member of the notorius As'hey-Mob- : counties and the list wa$ published !tn county.' be awarded to thorn by fnlr-mlmlt'il I,

are to build the Selznick moving picture ,i ltere' Supplies ley gangs, and which was believed to the Times-Union on Saturday, In the The liberal quotation fm'.iMuntioU! taxpayers. lions the

studio at Picture City, at a cost have had Its culmination in three report of, the meeting: to which refer foregoing very governor, and the tax equalizer, who'have

nof one million dollars, announced Fri- I AUTOMOBILE HEARSE bold daylight robberies In the Miami ence i i- being made. "One county in hall been made from the address made very careful study of the

\tf'dny night that Charles G. Hancock, I Always on hand. The best service district, was foiled today with the the state," Governor !Martin saidII\ deliver to the assessors of the statu entire matter of tax assessments and, t

'iMlaml engineer, has been engaged as at the lowest prices Special capture of four men, a woman and a on a :5 per cent basis. Another Is on by the state's chief: executive, fur. the tux incomes tu the state, are convinced

;:''chief engineer of Picture City and I attention to telegraph orders. negro In a camp near the shores of an 8 per cent basis. Still another on reason that It applies, first, to tho that if fair and equal assessments are

commence the stakfng off of the Registered Embslmer. Cocoplum Beach, five miles south of a I 9 per cent of valuation. On the tax assessors; and, second, to the people made, it will be possible to reduce thd J

; site on Tuesday next. Construc I JI here. The first of the secretly planned other hand, the governor referred too who own property In Florida. The I state tax millage, and, that all a re- .

d'fwm work on the building will he 1 DeWITT C. JONES I raids of the gang was to have few counties In which the assessment entire burden of ranking fair and 1 suit of fair anti equal taxation, the
I does not rest wholly will bo I-
contractors arranging to have I been in the late forenoon on the pay- exceeds the CO per cent valuation equal assessments tax revenues of the state

sent to Picture City from I STARKE FLA"Comfort" roll of a Miami trucking company, basis, one county showing, ill: with tho assessors, although they greatly increanod. Through tax

,-northern cities and barracks will be CSCr which has a large force of men work- per cent, another 60 and still another are held responsible, under the law, equalization It will (in possible to le*.
... for what they do. Property owners, burden of taxation through '
ing near Coconut Grove. The other 87. d ,";:"'X-V" '. i Ken the
have been It is claimed themselves, at least, have n moral and( fair distribution It H
two were to It I It evident from the few proper
r the afternoon. A fast very obligation in thin mutter. If they use only just that this should bo done.
staged during facts above reported, that flagraijt{
J-- their sIts
any influence whatever to have The tax burden comparatively light; ,
high powered automobile, brought matter of
: discrepancies exist intbe(
here from West Palm, Beach was to for taxation property assessed at lower valuation it i ilt In Florida, HlionM be shared
assessments purposes.
r have served as the chief medium of Governor Matrin Is inclined to be- than they should. be asuusxeil, then by tho people equally and fairly. This + I,
: they are conniving and assisting In be accoinpliiihud by assess
after the robberies. not only can
escape I "what Is needed Is
lieve that I '
the commission of what It is not too true valuation basis
I'" Ing property on a 1'
law but rather more courage
Orlando n 1922, a very modest more he said to the severe to designate as, at least, a and equally throughout tho state, and
and 1 live politics as
plant for the manufacture of art I what has just! moral crime, although:\ It may not not on a C per cent jiasU In one county
: asses'ors. Following within the limits of tho law/ n* with:
pottery was placed in the city, and been' quoted, Governor Martin said!: come t nml 63 per cent in nw
began Its climb Into notoriety, mak- wizard at present. Governor Martin very varying valuations In counties in be*
lag phenomenal rise. The snail "Ono docs not have to be a I "plainly Intimates In fact, says, that Ai-en.( If the peoplo themselves will
beginnings have assumed the proportion in finance and taxation and! an expertin I if tax assessments are not honestly io-o[>erute with the tax assessors, and' {
I the
MICRELlN: computation to remedy gross l
of a real Industry with N. P.I The application and fairly made then "another way with the ,county commissioners, Flor r

Yowell, as president, J. Y. McCoul- inequalities existing: the will be found, not hitherto employed, its will have equalization of taxeS. 16 '
I of and cour-
: Cord lough, vice- president business men common sense will do to compel a reasonable assessment and will be very much better to have this
to discharge duty
in the city. The small buildings have age your admits that equalization of the taxes In your co-operation voluntarily than to have

been replaced by a $50,000 structure' the business. Everyone and shouldbe county," meaning every ,county In the state officials apply, drastic mea.- x
should be equalized
with capacity for 1,000 feet of tile a taxes Florida. This U fair warning, bothto tires to bring about the desired TO*
You knows equally
can now get uniform
; everyone
and to the people.
day. The basic clay used is from the well that they are not now nor have tax assessors suits.-Times-union. /
district with aome commissioners, also, have
Okahumpka been in this state equal and unlI County >
.they for
balloon tires for brought from Georgia and Tennessee. certain duties to perform in the matter Clearwater receipts
I form. We have enough law In my opinion totaled U 1IIR.3.I; an
month of July
Some this clay In lump form of equalizing. board to
., of comes to give the state relief, if only acting as
some in a powder, and all clay used ia whose sacred and which the tax rolls are submitted by Increase of $13,100 over O
your present car deruced to a powder as fine aa flourin you gentlemen, the assessors Gov. Martin, In his Ing period last year.
., solemn duty It is to assess the prop I
order Insure the fine grade of the latter, last Friday,
to erty ia the counties of this state, will address to Sarasota-New $1,000,000 hotel to

:*; without changing porcelain required.- discharge that duty without fear or stated that later he would commissioners communicate be constructed here, according to an i
with the
Tampa-United States District Attorney favor, making an honest and unterrl- county"with referenceto nouncement. t.
the state
rims.' W. M. Gober, who started the fled effort to b. just in assessing the throughout the discharge of, the duties imposed Clearwater-Tentative- plans under ; .
".' taxes of county. Really, gentlemen "
Fr your whether upon them." Thus It Is very way for construction of new 61-ton r
It makes no difference
evident the governor does not Intend capacity ice plant, to cost between
; To Stop a Cough Quick all of us or any one of us shall be reelected -
181.c64! ..ystlse'-'''M''t'aa.drav I that any good and proper work done $75,000 and $100,000. .
-..., at the end of our present
-t- Nw. take HAYES' HEALING HONEY. a shall be nullified by
............,a..d.r.I. Mrs..4 ew tough medicine which atope the cough by terms, but it makes a great deal of by the assessors Haines City=Building; construction Mi healing the Inflamed and irritated tUsuee. difference as to unusually heavy; construction during
c.M / e.lri..k. capacity of boards of tax equalization -
..b4......._".nl..ll..J A box of GROVES O-PEN-TRATE I the state shall bo levied In an honest, that unfair assessmentsshall August estimated to exceed $300,000.
......,"". ,....-.....U. MSMITH'S SALVE for Chest Colds Head Cold and just and equitable manner. Will you or .
-te w....... Croup is enclosed l with every bottle of In making assessments and preparingyour not be made what they should Tarpon Springs. ::Eighty-four new

HAYES HEALING HONEY. The salve rolls for the county commission; be. He desires their co-operation in lights placed on Pinellaa Avenue; all

should be rubbed on the chest and throat of for 1925 measure every county and to enlist them thus, night lighting system now In effect ''r,
of children from Cold ers your of his
suffering a or Croup. evidently, will be the purpose
conscientious here.
to the full standard of a -
The Healing' ffact of H. Heeling Homy InIda up promised communication.
GARAGE the throat eombbxMi J-b. ba/sd.eect.l/( and fearless tax assessor? Let Haven-Postal;; Telegraph
t Cm*.'* O-Pro-True SY| > through the pom ol and earnestlythat Governor Martin, as well as State Winter
he kln ooo_a couth.Both me say solemnly very Taxes lIon. Marion L. and, Cable Company, of Jacksonville,
STARKE FLA. r.medk..rfr. !packed la on* cartoa ami lhaCOM unless do, another way will Equalizer of ,
of th. GomblMd .............95*. be found not you hitherto employed to Dawson, merits sincere commendation to install services between this place

Just ak your druggist for IIA YES' reasonable assessment and for efforts to bring about the and Lake Alfred. ;
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.- their helm devianni. ........0..., Icial ..pon.1 I''1'0" the extensIon and Improvement of the I 1 I that all person whomsoever whose semi or 'the' -residence and aces Jan of the defendant, to.t'

tative* and aailgnai. Jamea C. Cullan hfal j I! public road system of Bradford County and names are alleged to be-and arc unknown. to wt wit>: : Edwin Nero' Rawls.Andrew John Ifi. Flih B. .Andrews r. Charles: I\,

'I belli, and legal rprentllvi. and all tin- I i to repeal a special act passed at the regular complainant that may be or are Interested. In Flitter; William M. Heaffnrd. Sarah A. Htmf.
known defendant and their hair. devlioe I ....Ion of the Legislature.. A. D. 1(1215 providing the property Involved In this suit. a 1. 1" I legal repreiontativea and aMlirna. who claim for a bond Issue In the aum of Two Hundred lying and being In Bradford County.Fiorids. Puddy hli wire: William C. Lattd are al|,
an Inter*.! In any of the landa hereinafter de. Fifty Thousand Dollar.. ,' to-wlt i iThe known, and that there la no person In
Northeast quarter
erlbcd. the aldenta' of each of said defendant D. E. KNIGHTSenator :>': Northeast quarter of Northwest of quarter anil I ttnte of Florida the service of aubpon up.<.. '
"being unknown. I 15th District of Northeast quarter
or Northeast whom would bind said defendant[ that It ,
half of !Southeast
E. M. JOHNS ,i West
Greeting ': and North half believed-I by the Complalnanta that theu J
'j You and each of you are hereby requiredto a-i l.9t41Itepr.eentativ.. Bradford County quarter of Northwest quarter named defendant whose realdunce and ,H
of Northwest quarterand
.. be and appear before the Indue of thu Circuit 1 I of Northwest quarter I arc unknown to Complalnanta. ir. Inter
of Northwest quarterI
Court for the Eighth!: Judicial Circuit of I NOTICEThe Southwest quarter West half of Southeast In the property Involved In this I suit and ,
. Florida, In and for Bradford County. on I Northwest of quarter Northwest and quarter of Northwest I[ complainants does not know and hai not I I'. ,
I 5th day of October. A. D.. *1015 at the .h.1 Florida:; I quarter Southwest I i able to ascertain whether any of Bald kno idcfendanla
nnd Weal half of quarter
of Stark nuarter
1 Town Council "
PhOlwoI! 2U! mul KM home In said. county In Starka. Florida toanawer met for the of of Northwist quarter nnd Kn: .t half ofBouthi'ajt arc dead or alive ; anditat It 'ihellmed
: of equalisation purpose In aid*'
a by complainant
aworn L
a bill of complnlnt exhibited in of Southwest quarter of I
equalising the assessment rolls, a provided quarter I that there la a person or ar Demons inter
court by Mary Adam. Dick and Emmett Z.1)irka. and South half of Southeast
of Northwest quarter
Section 87 of the codified ordinance involved In
I by ed In the property sash ,
4 tho town of Stark. Florida and changed. the I quarts of Northwest quarter and North- whose name or name and a .
The Bradford County' Telegraph. weekly of North_. < or a.-*
j I It of Southeast quarter
SURPRISE KIRTIIDAY Blurne. In Bradford' valuation of th* following property, towltlL. (1 east quarter In the and whoa residence are unknown to eomp',' .
Newspaper published Starke. half
of J SEVi!: of quarter lees two and one acre ,la ordered that
PARTY i Mr. and Mrs.) L. G. Johnson had as County. Florida la hereby designated a. thai NE14.W.21-S-2J.Klckl.ter From-Ety$500 to 30g.f i Southwest corner thereof all being In Section ants known, Therefor defendanta It who are heretofore. the ''n: '
nuwtpapiir, In which thla notice ahall b* pub- I Cor. of I 11. Township Eight; ((8)). South. Rang Twentytwo nan lin l.
guests Sunday, Mr.\ and Mrs. Brown M... E. F. JuhnO-Com. at BE SWJ4of this order. If living and If dead all n
llshrd for four consecutive weekly laiue ft. N 311 ft. NB (22)) East. ... under the
I SW'4 and run W. 7Uo ties .IIIlmln..lnl. laid kn
urI 1 in
Thursday evening a delightful Johnson and little daughter, Mary Tha land deecrlbed In the bill of complaint fins ft. E 2N6 ft. thence E 174 ft. S U02 ft. to Also Northwest quarte- of Northeast quar- and named defendant forsald. deceit .

prise birthday party was given Mr. [ Ruth. In. thli Carrie to quiet title and remove I beg. also certain lands S of Mrs. Sparkmanand terof Section Three (Sl. Township(22)) East.Seven Also((7), or otherwise. and that all persona whom, .
!South Hang Twenty-two
F. A. his home the cornerof II Mr. Mrs. J. M. Mott \ arc a* follows.. W of Hy In SEVi\ of SWVi 822.. from lot of land In Stark being 240 yard ever whose nam or name are alleged to I
Scott at on and visited In Kant: Ih..qu.. ... of the South half of mono.' One and ar. unknown to complainants' that ,
11 to
Ninth St. and Temple avenue. Miller Sunday. I I the NortheaHt quarter of Section twentythree.TnwnHhlo I ;r.OA. Bishop-N14 Blk 5'.j Orlit. town from I I I North West, lying and.. South and 'bring and In 120 the yard Southeast: Fast corner and be or are Interested In the property Invnhod"

I 'Mr. Scott was remembered by mea- I Eugene Hall of the U. S. N. who I S.ven South Ran. Twenty-on\ 1200 to S7GO. ''or th. Southeast quarter of the Southeastquarter. In this luit dticrlbed' a*.fupio"id..IJ'ZWlt': 1
4 East: and lying and being In Bradford CountyFinririe. Mrs. Emma RI.hard-Lote I. 2, S. 8, Blk. 12 ((29), Townihlp being In Bradford .
and gifts form his children anI | has been his '00. Section Twcnty-nin The Southeast quarter of the
ages spending vacation here and Orlg. Town. prom 14(10( to | Six (8). Sonth. Rang Twenty-two ((22)) Eaat Northea *
of town friends well as thcmo :. left for Witness my hand and the Heal of laid Mrs. Emma Richard-Ix>ta 1, 2. 3, 4 Blk. five leal. quarter of Section 25 Twp. 4 South, Kangu
: out Monday containing more or
ai Virginia. acres
Court this Bth day of September. A, I D. 1025. 13 Orlg. town. From $2 OO to '8000.A. : required to 22 East containing 40 acre nor or 1....
Be. and they hereby are appear -
attending the party. Pleasant con- Mrs. R. E. Parrish and Misses Ger- O. W. ALDERMAN E Wall-Iota S and S Blk. 18 Orig town. to the bill of complaint filed In laid! Also the following described property Invo' -
rierk of Circuit Court of From ll 10" to 12280. cd In tHe stilt described. .. followa. Iylnk-
vernation and music occupied the time : trude and Estelle Parrish were guestsof cam on or before Monday the nth day of
of lot T
and and being In Clay County.
I Bradford Count Florida. J. F. Colley-Lota I. 3. 8. part otherwise the allegation Florida The
until refreshments of Ice cream and Mrs. OeHsie Goodge Thursday of By C. A. KNIOHT RlI<. 14 One town. From $2260 to $8900. ;'said, l\fti will U. 11125 be :taken a. confessed: by the Northwest quarter of tha Northwest q.....*-
P.r.rldltA" Blk. 21 Oru. Town. of Section 27. Township 6. South Rau..,."'',
home-made cake were served. I last week. (Seal Deputy Clerk. L. H. defendanta.
I I n. E. KNIGHT. B.arke. Fla. From 116(10 to $5000. I It li further ordered that this order b* published East containing 40 acre more or tea.
The invited guests were Mr. and Miss Catherine Rancn spent the Solicitor for Complainant 9.11. it4O.2 I Coniumeri Lumber Co.-E'4. Lot 1 .nd lots each week for four consecutive week.. Be, andthey ar hereby required to app -

Mrs. J. F. Klckliter Jr., Mr. and Mrs. I week-end in Watertown, guest:; of Mr. a. 5. 7 Blk. 28. Orlg: town. From $1200 to In the Bradford County Telegrapn. a nawapaper to the Bill of Complaint filed In laid ea,
i NOTICEIn $2000.Consttnlera. published, In Bradford' County. Florida. on or before Monday the Oth day of Octobi .
H. L. Brownlee Mr. and Mrs. W. J. /I and Mrs. M. P. Dekle. Lumber Co.-Lot 2 BU. 27 Orlg. This the 3rd day of Sept. A. D. 1925.O. A. D.. 1925 ; othcrwla the alteration of .mM

I Epperson Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kick- Circuit Court For Bradford County.' Stat "town. From USO to 2000. .. extended W. ALDERMAN;: Rill will be tak.n.. confessed by the ", .
J. W. Andrews, Sr -Blk. 29 on .
NEW RIVER of Florida. In Chancery.N. Clark Circuit Court.By fendant.
( liter Sr., Mr. and Mrs.!! J. T. Quiglcy Ensey-s map. Ex S Ion ft. A ncept a strip of KNlGH'I's..n
II. Hull and Kat L.Ivlneton.Complainants C. A.
: Tt I. further ordered that this order be ,
I wide Mndlson at by 271 ft. on i -
land 80 ft. on .
Mr. Mrs. G. W. Alderman. Cl.rk.P
and Deputy
New River ( Itihed one each week for four coniecu'weeks. ,
Sept. 11.-Mr. and Mrs. Walnut ... cold to L. A. Davli. From $1200 M. JOHNS
v* In the Bradford County Telegraph
I Allen Porter motored to Lake Butler 10 2sno. !Solicitor for Complainant -4-8t-10-2
SPARKS-WILSON I Jacob John. .t al.Def.nd.n" Mr E. F. Johns -W' Blk. SO a. extendedon publlahed in Bradford Countyrlorida. .
II Saturday afternoon. ex. S lOS ft. From 11800 to sod also published one each week
I Bill To Quiet Title and Remove Cloud.To map NOTICE TO APPEAR for four conaecutlv. weka. In the Clay r .
; Miss Lula Wilson and Mr. Edgar | Grafton Adkins of Tampa. is visiting the helm devisee*. legal. .representative 12800.Mrs. W. H. Miner-Lota I and 4 Blk. 16 L. ty Time. a nawipaper published In < 'nv

I Sparks were quietly married Sunday his parents here this wek. and assign of William Crosby deceased and T. and C I ... .... In Circuit This the lit clay of, A. D. 1928.
of the h.I. dpvl. lee-al representative and W. E. Dnu"herty-I.rt" .. 5. S. 1. Blk. ZS
afternoon in Waldo, Rev. Hicks Melvin McKinney and Ray of Starke Bradford County. Florida, In Chancery
assign of Jacob Johns, deceased the resident L. T. and Co. add. From $200 to $400 O. W. ALDERMANClerk :
the Baptist church performing the I motored here :Monday.Mr. of all of whom are unknown ...d.1I I W. M. W.lnwrtEht-One lot on W lid of O. A. Collliw and B. B.. Wright Complainant' of Circuit C.

\ ceremony.The and Mrs. W. M. Hodges werevlslt'ors unknown prtlei Interested In I.ndi hereinafter Walnut .t. between Blka. A and D. N. I. va Bill I lo Remove Cloud etc. By' O. A. KNIGHT
described Jonea add. From JSOO to $1000. Deputy' Clerk.
Edwin And....., et. al.
; t bride is the daughter of Mr. I to Starts :Monday.; Greeting t I Mary O. Walnwrlght-Lota. t B, 8. Blk. Bex. It appearing from the' alienations of th* J. L. FRAZEB

and Mrs. E. L. Wilson and Is a young i Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins and You and each of you are hereby requiredto N R ft. and piece of land bounded R by sworn bill tiled I In the above elated: cam, that Solicitor for Complainant -4-51-1 t -'
be and appear .before the judge of the Circuit Jnn.. add. to Starke. fl by Jaekaon ... W bySanderson
i lady of many fine qualities. Mr. ] sinter Jewel attended church at New Court for the Eighth Judicial Circuit of i and N by Pratt st. ex e SO -

t Sparks is one of the business men of i Hope Sunday. 'l.rltle. In and for Bradford County. on the I' ft. street through lame. From 12700 to $8500. -
nth day of October. A. D. 1625 at tha courthouse E. S. Matthewn. -All Blk. 2 Matthew add. I
L I Archer and immediately after the j Miss Eunice McKinney and brother In aid. county In Starka. Florida. to From tftOO to $2500.I g ljr Sa gSrj/sg jLoin

ceremony the young couple went to Roy, and Ira Wilson, of Starke aniwer a bill of complaint' exhibited in laid I Mrs. J. C. Wills-One lot 114 ft. N and S
court by N. B. Hull and Kat Livingston.The by 50 ft. E and W. E of and adjoining Blk. I
that place where they will make and Melvin McKinney of Miami
were Bradford County Telegraph, weekly 1 Temple1' add. From $1200 to $1800. _
I| of Standard OH Co.-Iota 1. 2 Blk 7 Temple I I
their future home. guests the Misses Hodges Sunday newspaper published In Starke. Bradford 'i t '
County. Florida. In hereby designated thanewapaper add. From $1880 to $1800.S. \ .
The Telegraph extends congratula- afternoon. ai R. Johns All Blk. 9 Temple's add. From ( \
In which thia notlc shall ba published
tlons and good wishes for a long and | Miss Jewel Wiggins and brother for four eoniecutlv weekly Ilium. $3000 to $6000. I ,:. of /
Dlk 14 except
Peek Blk 13 and all ,
C. L. ,
happy married life. i Lawrence left Monday for Starke The land deeerlbed In the bill of complaint 'lots I I. 2. ii. 4-, S, Temple' add. From $900 to I t\\\\\\\\
where they will attend achool. In thte cause to nuiet title and remove cloud $2100.Ellery. i

Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Carrodine of I II S. V. Andrews thereto are aa follow tEaHt M. DavisLot 1. 2. 1. Blk. 1R Temp-
I of Morrlston motored Three-ntiarter or the Southeast quarter lile'* add From $1800 to $1801) I
Lawtey were visitors here Sunday. here Monday. of the Southeast quarter of flection twenty- C. I.. Pee* and J. L. Peek_All RI!.. 29 n.I Pork
I I four, and the Nortltua quarter of the I lot 14 Peek's add. From $2lW to
: I II : H. T. Parnell left; Monday) for Miami Northeast quarter of Seetlon Twonty.flve. all I C. L. and 3. L. Peek-All Blk. 8tlm.o..1( i I ,

I Mrs. G. W. Roberts and Mrs. W. E. where he has accepted employ In Towniihlp Six. South Range twenty-one. Peck's add. From $280 to $1000. ,
I! Fnt. and Northwest quarter, of Northweetnuarter C L. and J. L. Peek-All Blk. 32 ((13 lot")
I Torode of Lawtey were in Starko ment. of Section 80. Towtuhin $000. 1
SU. South. Peek's add. From '280 to .
Tuesday. 1 Mrs. Carrie Atkinson of Waldo Range 22 E...., except portion thereof heretofore C. L. and J. L Peek-all Itlk. 33 ((14 lots) t/fjo'/ .: It sounds just ;
I visited platted a. a ..m.t..." and !lying nn.l being .....k.a add. From $280 to 11000.C. .
I her parents here l last week. In Prndford County. Florid. I.. and J. L. Pe-k-Loll 2. 8. 1. 5. I. T. .
I ReV.'Thos. Ranson of Nowberry B. F. Renfroe, J. E. Adkins G. W. Wltnesa my hand and the eel of nd! court S. II. 10 12 18. 14. Blk. 31 Feck add. From ; about right for jY' 'Y
this Sth day of September. A. D. ln28.o. Oslo to .
preached nt the Daptlst church Sun. Andrews and C. G. Wiggins motoredto | .nTi. 2. ?. 7. 10
I. W. ATr>KRMN ( T.. L. Peek-Lot. I. .

day morning and evening.Dr. I I Starke Monday. Clerk Bradford of Circuit Counlv Court Florid'of' | B1Mr."sr'kl"a'mAckl7o7.r2.t.: : I ; !:5%. 22I \ : t\ J/(/ dinner today, "I '1
P. B. Crews made
a business trip By C. A. KNIOHT I and lands S of Blk. 2 to land line. J. G. AlI '

I to Lake Butler Saturday. (Srall Deputy ClirU. I vans add. From $1200 to $2(50. : doesn't it? And
and Mrs. E. L. Biggs went to Messrs. Norman R E. KNIGHT. Stark. Fla. I I J. W. Andrew and I Sn-Lots ,R. & .7. ; t' \
Gainesville Thursday to attend the Wiggins and Joe Solicitor for Complainant !Ml-lt-10.2 I hounded n by Call st E by Court ... In Cook- ,
I \ Moody motored to Brooker Sunday. sey's add. From $2800 to 1500. I .
:Medical Association held in that Miss W. II. Porklna-Com. 94 ft W. of SW Car.Call if it is the right
place. Esteele Parker of Tallahassee NOTICE -I and Broadway Sts. and run W 108 ft. S

I Is visiting her father here this 105 ft. E 108 ft. N lOll ft. to ""It. From $800
I I In Circuit Court For Bradford County, I kind of
j F. F. Stump left Friday for New week. of Florida. In Chancery.A. 8t.t.l lo Mrs.1000.Alice Humphrey-On lot com. at a pork

I York City where he will purchase his Messrs. II. Crosby and Ray Andrews A. Durdon NE ('0'. Call and Broadway it*. sod run N
I I I Complainant I on Broad-vay. 170 ft. E 1"5' (t. 3 170 ft. to i itvill be just about right. If
: fall line Mr. of Brocket roast
of goods. Stump is look. motored here Sun va Call it. W loll n. to.I Leg. From KODO fa fM'O. I you

ing forward\ to one of the best fall day afternoon. Alex It. Till!,. et al. W. F.. PiuifhertvCom. 1 II17V, ft. E] rf NFl

\, seasons he has enjoyed for years and S. S. Johns of Sampson motored to Quirt flpf.niant.Hill Tllle!.and Remove Claim Cor ft. .N Broadway 105 ft. W and 105 Royt ft. S sts 108. and ft run to E beg 10R i. want one that has an appetizing flavor

I I Is buying accordingly. here Thursday afternoon. To The Florid Railroad Company. a corporntfon. .
1 I It. uree.ior-. trial rcpreontatlve.and I Flw"E'Vlaughtery-Com. 2 2'4 ft. E of NB that will be
1' mt.lgna : the holm dnvl...... iced renre.aentatlvec 'or. Broadway and Hoyt at.. and N tide of one thoroughly enjoyed,
: J. B. Sutton of Suffolk, Va., spent I TIIEKESSA and aHBitrna ; of Simon J. Tumnlennd Hoyt st. and run N 105 ft. E 52 Mi ft. 9 JOSft I
I Sarah J. Temple each ,decf-Rne I The I W 5Jt' ft. to be*. From; $51) to $100."
it market. You honest
i the past week in Starko with his uncle -!I Thcressa Sept. 11.-Mrs. J. E. Ows- Florida Land and Immigration fomtmnv. a I I.. *. Davis, Jr,-Blk 1 In Ganklna add. order at our get

r i M. Leviton. Mr. Sutton made ley and daughter corporation and Ita aueoetiior. legal. renreentnMven I From $1500 to $2500.
I Jessie left FridayIfor 1 I .: Davis.I Jr.-3'" acre In NW Cor.
I A.
I and assign John T. Slnco and EmI
: -
i several purchases of land in this section -[I Larkins where they will make I M Stupo.' their brim legal reprenentatlveaand of NF:' ', of liE''. being' SM4 ft. N and S by weight at honest prices.

I while here, and expects to make their future home with her sons who atirn. : Snub Tfnll. ni. heira. legal rnI I 111" tt E and W. From 140(0 to $7000.B .
i SW
I Hohendzorr-Com. nt
C. and C. S.
I nreiientatlvee and aNlirnii.. and till unknown
still heavier investments on his return. have been thero lt.. and S 105 I
f ,i some time. Her sister dffrndantH. their hira! legal renrenentatlveaand ; ; Cov Mndiaon and Myrtle run
Miss Ada anslirnB who claim Interest In the lnlhereinaC'er ft. W lot ft. N 210 ft. to Indlson, at. thene
I Hodges has taken nn i Market
j 0"fl tn $1250. Meat
E J10 ft. to I'eir Variety
Starke und this vicinity has an increasing charge of her farm here. | l denerlhed .the. .M.nle of all B C. and C. S. HolaendorfCom.' 210 ft.
aid being
number of home-seekers and j jr Mr. and Mrs. Jake defendant' nknownGreetings !S cf SW Cor MadIson and Myrtle ill. andI

I p r those interested in real estate. On the Lakeside, spent the week-end Carrelson with of I You and each of you are! h"'hy requiredto I R S 210 on Myrtle ft. to 210 In (ft.fiaskln W 210*dd.ft. N From 210( Phone 124, Starke.
be before of the
i" and the judffp Circuit
I- appear
streets are seen new faces of I $200. i
many her Mr. \ I silo
parents and Mrs. S. R. Swin- ,
I Court for the Flghlh Judicial Circuit of I B (' and C. S. Holsendorf-Com. 210 ft. ..
I people who have recently moved here dle. I| Florida.. In and for Bradford County on the I W of SW Cor Madison and Myrtle ita. and

or who are arranging to come to I Mr. and Mrs. f nth day of October.' A. D. 1925. nt the court run W 210 ft. to Wwtmorelind st. thence beg.S .
I Sidney Tried and noun. In said county In Starke Florida. to on said it. 420 ft. E 210 ft. N 420 ft. to
: this section. A Urge up-to-dute ho-1 children were business visitors to'' answer a bill of complaint exhibited In said beg. and deaiunated on map of Ciaskln add.

. .: I. I, tel would supply a long felt want InStarke Hampton Saturday. court hv A. A. Durdep. aa Clark 2A Blk. From $40eJ) to '''00. I
. I The Bradford County Tetegranh' a weeklvneumpapor N. John"on-1'4' acre In SEV4 of 8E'4
I as! scarcely a day passes with I WIlbur! Brown and Willis Swindle, ptibtlHhed In Rtarko. Bradford .nf'l A l In NRl'i. of SEVknown ai the Stitch II

; out people leaving the town because were visitors to Hampton County. Florida I I. hereby designated a! the Place. From $800 to $800. I
they could Saturday.Mr. I newspaper In which thl notice shall be published Green Cove Furniture Co._Peraonal From
: not get accommodations.FIVE and Mrs. C. G. Mnnlre, of for four consecutive weekly' luaue*. $1000 to $2000. I II

Hampton are spending awhile with The lands described In the bill of complaintIn And In compliance with said ordinance, the
: :MILK thli cause to quiet title and remove cloud board at a meeting. to be held October 8th. 1925
the mother of Mrs. Fred Cloverset- I thereto are .. follows: will hear reason from aforesaid propertyownera.

Five Mile Sept. 11.-Misses Ruby tIe. The North half of the Norlheaet' quarter of If any there b* why th* value thereon
q..ctlon Twenty-five Township Seven South. aa fixed by the board shall be changed.. I
;y and Pearle White hurst.of Florence I Miss Ada Hagun was among the visitors Sane Twentv-one Fait and lying-. and being T. W. Sweat Eet -Lota t. 4. and WI,!,

I S. C., are visiting their grandparents to Hampton Saturday.Mr. In Bradford Count Florida. Lolo 1. 8. R. Blk. 2S Orig. Town. From $2700 -
I Mr. and Witness mv hand' and the sent of said Court ot $1500.
I and Mrs. R. Mrs. Jim
L. Duke. Phillips returned
this Sth day of September. A.D. 1H2S.n. C. F. HOOVER
I B. B. Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. here a few days ago from Larkins W. ALDERMANClerk Chairman of Board.C. I

.4 Dekle, of Watertown were recent where they have been visiting.Rev. of Circuit Court of A. FUTCH 1-11-41-10-2 ( LiNCOLN-ib5c.a)
Bradford County Florida. Clerk II
1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle. I E. S. Taylor of Hampton By C. A. NinHT.

Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Drawdy gave preached at the Christian church here; (Seal Deputy Clerk I NOTICE TO APPEAR I Worked by
' D. E. KNIGHT. Starke. Fin.ftfilleltor Day
: -
t a party Tuesday evening honoring I I Sunday afternoon.Rev. for Cnmnlnlnant In the Circuit Court, Bradford County. Flor ,

Miss Eva. Dyal. I Ilaymon preached at tho Bap ida. In Chancery I

,, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Brady Keerce gave 1 List church Sunday morning and NOTICEIn I T. J. Alderman Complainant Read at
a dance Wednesday eveijing) celeb rat. Rev. D. L. Phillips Sunday night. Circuit. Court for Bradford County Stateof va
I Florida. In Chancery Solomon w Fish .et al.
ing their return to I
our community. PINE CASTLE J. M. Truby. Defendanta.Bill .
They are occupying the Gainey cot- j I Complainant, I to Remove Cloud etc. The President
: v. It appearing. from the allegation. of the money Lincoln earned as
I tage recently vacated by Mr. and | Pine Castle, Sept. U.-Misses Clem- Ceorge Wilkin. et. al. aworn bill filed In the sbove-.ti.ted .....p. rail he
Mrs. Dan Dyal. | mie and Lucille Hall visitors to l't.'fenlante.Bill that the residences and age. of the defendsntatowlt a splitter put In bank. In later

Mrs. .Ruby Bench who has been were To Quiet Title and Remove Cloud Solomon W. Fish S. W. Flah. Margaret life he often referred to his first bank
Hampton Beach Sunday.Mr. To the Strahel ami Wllken Company a corporation -I Fish. Mm. S. W. Flah (widow of S. W. ac

\ Visiting her aunt, Mrs. Lillian Dekle.'t I and Mrs. E. J. fowling/ and Its leeal representative. .ueeeseor* Fl.h> Sarah S. Clement O B.: P.W.Young.Drlggan.Jamc T.. count. At night he read every book h.
for and asalgns, (' ,.. Wllkln and wife. RlisaWfIMn W. Sweat. Lester Colvln.
several : <10
days left Thursday for family were visitors to Graham Sun- 0 I T.: Souter and John MeRae. Truitees.Mr could lay his hands
their heir
.nd devlseea. legal on.
representative ....... C.Bowrn. .
; her home nt Cox Ga. *.. MsBoio hail A. E. Drl. Harry
and assigns. the rc !ldf>nta and
Andrew Van
1! Corbett.
Mr. Crews, Mr. and Mrs. Ardell I day.Mr.. and Mrs. A. O. Hall and daughter p15cc of. butlnesa of each of wh..m..- un- Fmmonl. Burton J. H. Halman. John D. Hlltbrand. Have you a bank account ?
known and all unknown rartlra c'aimlng
aninterest 1 Hennlng. Earl! F. Parks.
Drawdy, were shopping In Lake But Nettle Hcnnlng. W. T.
Margie were shopping in .
In landa hereinafter described.Grtlngat
P. Ssnd.r. 3. H. Young
J. E.
: ler Wednesday.Mrs. ton Saturday.R. namp-I D. Colic W W. Corwood. Francis O. II you haven't, start one with us today,
t I' I' Dfklo Yin and each of you are hereby Helen Howell M. Carrol. 8. Cra-
was Rachle. I
transacting I L. Kelch of Hampton to b. and! appear before the judge roll. If. J. Grundmercr. Thomas Dorcy and We'll gladly explain our simple safe

business In Lake Butler Thursday. business visitor here Thursday. Circuit Court for the Eighth Judicial .q..I.\\ Wm. J. Hadfleld are all unknown and that method ot business.

4 t Mrs. W. If. Stokes and grandson I I Mr. and Mrs. E. of Florida. In and for Bradford County there la no person ,In, th. Slate of Florid the doing
J. McRae and
1 i Ith day, of October. A. D. 192%. at th service of subpoena upon whom would bind :
j ',' Cyril Douglass of Miller, were guestsof 'daughter Lucille Mr. and Mrs. A. O. KOU.C In -aid enunty In Starke Pro-fda. an- .aid defendants : and that la la believed by : 'v A bank account Is a touchdown on the fIYY'f!
Mrs. Lillian Dekle Friday. swea bill of comtitaint exhibited In ..Id' the Compla nant that the laid named defend
I Elina Hall of Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. Ben court bv J. M. Truby. I ants .10.... residence and area are unknown !! road to the goal of success. 1 1i 1i
and Claude Varnes who Lovelace and family Mr. and Mrs. The Bradford County Telegraph. a weekly to complainant' ar. Interested In the property L 1 J

were week-end guests of Klrke and John Keel and family of Tampa newapapee. tittbtl-hed In Staelre. Bradford I I. Involved In this lult and that complainant i
Julian Dekle spent County. Florida I. hereby designated .. the I. doea not know and tii not been ableto
left Wednesday for Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. newspaper In which tHe notle hall b* ascertain whether any of laid known .-
1 ; their home In Jacksonville. and :Mrs. A. C. Hall. 1 I published for four conseentlv weekly I....... j I I I fendanti ar. dead or allv. ; and that It li believed i
\ The land described 'In the bill of complaint I by complainant In laid sworn bill that '
I : Many of our farmers are busy harvesting Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling spent tn thla cause to quiet title and remov cloud there I Is apenon or ar cenona I.I Interested 'tntho
I their corn. I I property Involved ,In inch hose nam \ County Bank
Saturday afternoon In Starke. thereto are a* follow .
and wboa" residencer
I' 1 I Mrs. S. E. Protctor and Miss Ruby I The East three-quartera of the Northeast. I I I or name unknown and age to or complainant ages : Therefore: It
the Southeast and South.east
Handley of Lake Butler were here Bartow-Southern Nurseries Company quarter. quarter of of th. Southeast quarter.....rt..... In Section I 11 ordered heretofore that the named said known In thIs defendantawho order If Bradford County' Financial Stronghold

Tuesday.Mr. ships 63 tons grapes from vineyards twenty-three.. and West half of the Sonthwest living are and if d..d..all parties claiming Interest I

I and Mrs. Andrew Hutchinson I here. quarter and Southeast. quarter of South- under the laid known and named defendants I Established 1889 STARKE FLA. I
: I In Section Twenty-four all In .
writ quarter aforesaid, deceased or otherwise, and
I and sister Mrs. Brown spent Tues Township SI.. South. Range .-...,,'..-.n. Eat I -'I/
Canal ----- --- ---- ---- '
Point -- -- -- --' '
day fishing.R. -Construction of dock and tying' and beina In Bradford County, t
B. Warren was here on business. I under way at Florida East Coast Florida.Wltnece. hand and th* seal of said court : ''. ',' ._ _u. .- r: : -.._ : :it : -. '. .. -, .', : :. -.rJ

Tuesday and Wednesday. Railway crossing and St. Lucia canal. this 5th day *f September, A. 0.. 1925.
+ Mr. and Mrs. James Parrlsh of j I NOTICE I Clerk of Circuit Court of

were week-end guests of I Bradford County Florida. LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE
In Circuit ('...Ft F.r Hradfoid Ceemty. ,tt. By C. /\. KNIGHT
J"Droookt'f relatives here. 0' Flo.'''.. In Che....". en Deputy Clerk.D. .

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Parrish visited Mary A"..... Dick.. and husband. E. KNIC.HT. Stark. Fl..
Kmmett 4. Dick. Complainant .
CMIeltnr for (rvmtnlalnanH4 WithREALTY
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Osgood v.

, ". Green Sunday. Jamei C. Cullvn. at .1. lecT1cE or SPECiAL LEGISLATION!
I Mrs. Manda Parrish spent Thurs- ( T. Qalet, Title and R..... C.*... Hereby notlv I In given that at the special aaalon -
I I oil day of last week with Mrs.) D. I. To the Florid Railroad Company. a **.- of the Legislature of th. Stat of Florid PEEK COMPANY
I poratlon. I.. bgal representative. aevlain.ueeeMnrs b holden ,
to during the month of No.
f:" and **.1.... t J om.. T. 'Souter and v...."" .. A. D.. 1121. a kin will be Introduced
; John McRae t........ for Tha Florida Railroad .
at providing foe th* evtenaton and enlargementof
I ,I' Colds ca.: ... drip and Influenza Com any and their ...1... devla***. legal the power and duties .f the. Board of Bond I STARKE, FLORIDA

: LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE Tablet rem_ .."....cnii' -. lueeevion and _1.". i M. A.M'llllami I I' Traetee of Bradford. County. Florid{ authoriIng -
". attorney In fact ,fur Jams. T. and npowvrlng sld' Board *f Bond I.
I the ca..... There U only am "Bromo Uulnla" .. I .. "
Pouter and John McRaa trurteea for the .... '
Trustee bond -
to hwn In '
Eo W. GROVE'S .t.n...won bo*. :SOc flnrlda Railroad fompany, a corporation" and Four Hundred Fifty Thousand a aunt .tro Dollar exceed ; : : .. : __ JlJrw.r: : ., : : :,.-.-. ,; '.,. ,'. ,:. :" d. ', .. '.. "d': :


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Brooklyn. N. Y Officer' !
nttle property In ald Town for Ilia eolo Draw '
Sampson City Gamblers Plead Guilty write*:-Some years ego I uttered NOTICE: noae of retlrlnn I I tha warrant*-with thrtr In.
from severe nervousness nronrtt en treat. a..ld... to b* ratified by a vote of
Before County Judge. by; acidity of the stom- I.? "! F"d.1. F'"ii'd'ord'; County. SUMk the qualified voter of the. Town of lawtey,
Bits of LocalIniorniation ache. I could digest o-. Fleddb. ; ."..n'. Florida. And I will aka amend the Charterof
On warrants sworn:; out by G. II. but very? little food.- J Howling, the Town of Lawle,. Florldn.. by the civ.In .
Complainant to the ,,
town council the rlirht to.levy on
Bennett, Charley Alvarez and Milton was rapidly losing va I real and peraonal property the neaaaainrmount
Crawford, two young white boys, weight and feeling Immr Plcklo.' nrats. ,. of mill... to take care of the n.....
were arrested by Sheriff Eppersonand mlseribly. I trtedTuU' nttfendanta.Illll of Mild Iowa
to quid Title and Remove !C. M. JOHNS
Concerning Our People Buiines and Deputy Baisden Friday and placedin Pills and the T.. J..,.. No loom. ; CloadTha Moinbtr of LenxUnture from
helve .
flrat dose. ea tpgal ..,,
cI)1.;) .JMJ' gave me neon.h"h.v O-ll-lOt-ll-U. Bradford County, )'r..
Pro grea of the County and Town. the county jail, charged with the great relief I continue I I. ual rvprvrntatlva rand nva.xux' ,: and Drury I"...Idl.h. hl. Mln.
theft of two tires from a delivery to take them as I"" h.,,,... level, Jamw Pick- NOTICEIn .;
mpraenlolWw and I .. ..
truck belonging to Mr. Bennett. They directed and am clad 0'...'',''I.raft. unknown'. ,lot.II".nh. ,10.1. help..I"1..1" I the Circuit Court-;;; Florida.;' Rloh/h'Sod?.

'Jj plead guilty before Judge Gardinerand to recommend themto ".u q'Inxthr a""ntih hrrnlnafwlr dmerllwll. I... ...1 Circuit. In and for ttradford County. In
were fined $1 and costs. all ray; friends who w rr..drnt', .or .11 vdd. defrndnte. em the Chaneery.Rvxlhta .
WEATHER REPORT to her home in Tampa after spending Amend have D eu them' with meet gratify Gr..nnget ) tlarton. et ..
cases djspoced of by Judge ..,
j several weeks with her parents, Mr. Gardiner was one of five Sampson Lug remit" 'At all drncdstsw. 1, Y. ",and each 0' you are h.- ..unknow"1' I David Moraine et, al.

Weather Report for week ending and Mrs. L. L. Leach. C onr'tfloc iMrElahlh JudIaLl"Llnuh" Hill In quirt Title, ate.
I City men, white, charged with gambling 1"0. In .n,1 for 1I.Mo" of .-10" U appearing by .worn bill of anmnlalnt' '
Sept. 9th, 1925. '' ..". on tho 6th filed In this oauie that It la the belief
"Bill Jones, "Jim Johnson, on the work of the Society. Icy ur Orbdwn A. J. 1921. .t the of the
69 79.5 .00 I Dour' bona complainant that the
90 and
Sept. 3. I Everything you need for "L. Simmons," "L. C. Burges": and The reading circle and social of the a In bill cold of county In Stake. Florida. to .oast I the defendant.' David T aura>onl.., and reildencea Mary Tnn of
82.5 .0m.I.I,1
94 71 .00
Sept. 4. school children at Stump'sT. "Joe Jackson" gave their new moni- missionary society will meet September s:. .I. Dowlln" .hlbll"01 I. old court by Icy hi. wif.. Waahlniton Donley Plane M.
Sept. 9. 95 71 83.0 .00 I bell Dooley, Samuel' i P, Lane J. C. Ed?. T. W _.
ckers to the judge and plead guilty the 21st,, with Mrs. W. E. Mid- Brailfcml County Telvaranh, 1, Pitt., and Chan. Roberta, If llvlnr. but If Hot

Sept. 7.6. 91 gO 74 76 82,6 83.0. .00.00 T. Long, of Cocoa, spent Sundayand without batting an eye. Judge Gardiner I, dleton os hostess, and Mrs. C. F. County.sewapape Florida r ptiblli.h.d. la hireliy In Starke.di.lnnnted RradfurTl aa tha" ; HvInK purtloa. their claiming brim, .1..1 InU-renU_, arantera In tha, or other
Sept land
82.5 .00 Monday with his mother, Mrs. F.II. rose to the occasion with "$1 and I Starnes as leader for the afternoon. newapaiKr. -whlch 11.1. nolle atoll be pub. herein, dncrlbed under ....10 namrd defendant
Sept. 8. 94 71 Long. costs, alias 30 days... ll.hed for four ftoniecutlvo weekly :luauea or otherwise, aa shell be "....'..... are an.
SepJ. 9. 94 'Z.a 84.0 ..00No Tha following lanita lying, am) Mind I I In known, end ..ld cotnplalnanta. having; ..,...
ralntal. CHANGE IN ST. !MARKS Town of, Stark, Brailford County, ttnta of for the demand order of 1'....... reqlilrintf
TRAIN SCHEDULES Florida' to-wit tAll riefcndnnta
Maurice Langford spent last week 0thi4th'Sunday of that plena or parcel of land contnlnInir I|I'\\\\. 13 UIRREIIPON to appear.ORUKRKD that .aid

E. A. Winkler and family have moved 'end in Alachua as the guest of his Sunday, Sept. 6th, the Seaboard Air The service after five 151) acre more or leaa and .Hum I in, difendanU.. David Ponl.". and Mary Donley,
to Plant City. mother Alice Trinity will be at 11 a. m. tha Wrat aide of tha South hnlf of the Houth.went hm wife Wanhtnitton Ponl.,.. Floe.1 "..
Langford. Line train schedules were changed for quarter at tha Northwest quarter and\ In heft IMnlry. Bnmtirl O. Laver .1. C. Wle., T.
To the charge that
I the following trains oft-repeated West aid'. of the North half of the North W pit,. rand Chan Roberta. If llvlnii. hut If
\ Iris is in St. Petersburg I II : American colleges undermine the and quarter of the Snutho ret qunrter In Sactin -, not Mvlnn. ttulr. heir., .devise. grantee, or ,
S. E. Ritch left Sunday afternoon No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville, now faith of the students Prof. J. M. Hartman ,.....1".101.' Townnhlp Six South. Ran"o toll.'I .. pnttUft olnlmtnit' 'Intereata under suchmedahomed
visiting relatives and friends. duo 4:23 Twenty.two Kant and bring bounded. I on tha partlo. or otherwlm shall b.
for where he '
Live Oak will be : aa
I em- p. m. : North ... 'I I ...........
of the University of Chicago, recently by the landi of H. Aiutln. on tha I .. In the fnll.m hm land. In llradfnrd -
ployed two weeks in the Southern Express No. 21, acksonvillo to Cedar Key, I, made startling defense of Fut hy Chrlatlan. Street on the South by County. Florida' :
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Green spent office.Contracts. now due 5:11: p. m. a Call Street and on the West by Orange." =W". of NWV mill\ NW' of N?", and E *
higher institutions and Indicted the Street and the land ... of NFU of if Meet Ton .
Tuesday in Jacksonville. aold by Q On.klm NK'l; 28 :; and). Vl
No. 104, St. Petersburg to Jacksonville type of religious education offeredthe to Fernary Edw.: M. In tflRft.Wltneaa of !lW'. of NW'4 of Menln SIB all In Two.H ..
for deeds, chattel mortgage now due 0:07: p. m. my hand and the real' of std' Court !Smith Ranire. 22 Ka.t do appear to tho
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent I childhood of the nation. The literalist his nth day el September.. r>. 102HO the eomplnlnnnt hill of euluiilalnt f.'! .1 l here.
Monday in Jacksonville. blanks, option contracts, war- ABOLISH FOUR RAIFORD ia the cause of much infidelity. W. Ar.r>F.RMAN in In Starke. Florida, at the Court IIou-. on
ranty deeds, retain title notes, tur JOBS He is tied down to traditions.He Clerk nf Circuit Court ofDradford Monday the 12th day of October I02n : and
that thla order be publlahid once a week la
Count. Florid.
Don't forget the Millinery opShoppe- pentlne leases, et$., for sale at the Temporary Action State Institutions said: "It is not the colleges and By C. A. KNIGHT four coneecutlv weekly Inaue. of the g..rk.Tol..r..h .
office. publl.hed In said
Telegraph universities which upset the faith of (Seal Deputy Clark a .1' "
eninff at Marguerite'sFriday Body .
R B. KNIGHT. Starke. Florida.C.lven ,
Starke. Fla.
'Legal blanks
for sale at the Telegraph
Sept. 11th. !the students. Their faith is upset Solicitor for Complainant .11.4t102I under my hand and official and thlaMh.

office. Tallahassee, Sept. 5.-Notice of the before they enter college. An invoe- day of September 16211.O.. .
The ministerial association will tempoorary abolishment of four salaried tlgation of several freshmen's classes j Clerk Circuit. Court. Brad. n 1

meet at the Methodist church next Helen Gray who has been visiting positions at the Florida state in different colleges revealed that I Notlc la h.n.hy *tvn that at th. next aw- (SealS ford County Florlil' .

Monday at 10:30: a. m. 1 Hazel Adkins, at Kingsley Lake, returned I, prison was contained in a letter sent eighty per cent of those entering col- j \don on the of th rtfiuont. leatslatur of the*. Gfn Town.ral Council or SpMlal of u th,I,** Solicitor 1C. O. Hater for Complainant. O-ll-Ot-M-n.

Sunday afternoon to her home lout to Supt. J. S. Butch, of the Peni- lege l have given up Christianity, do Town .f '..wt... FIori.... I will Introduce M .'
Jr. left in New Smyrna. tentairy by Mrs. Bessie Gibbs not believe in and do not con. Mil authorlilnir* Town Council of th* ". '
Hugh Brwonlee, Tuesday : I Porter, prayer Town of I.awtey. .'Iorl .. to have from tlnm :i.
for DeLand to resume his studies at acting: secretary to the governor. sider It necessary to take God into account to time, tlm/ warrant of imld Town. of such Horse l la Most Nervous Animal.' i.H
Misses Florence Elizabeth Andrews The positions those In their life plans. The of nomination na the eounell .#.. fit b .trlnf.
Stetson University. and are of captain, age such rate of In.....' not 0Ke Mlln.i .!IS Remombe that the horse Is the
per I
I spent tho week-end in Jacksonville yardman, night-watchman and bookkeeper criminality is constantly lowering and rent per annum and br..omlntr ilu. In slab most nervous of nit animals and that '

,' Tom Limbaugh, of Lakeland, spent with their grandmother, Mrs. we must begin to surround our youth tlmn and, upon suoh condition.a may b. d.. little things annoy and Irritate him. \

Sunday and Monday with Hugh Emma Alvarez. The temporary abolishment was with right associations and give them I .trmiiifHl...rnllniK by'In the the Council mttut9t 10 Flea n .mo..nt.Thouvaml not lie) will be content.1 or miserable- m. ''.

Brownlee, Jr. authorized after a meeting of the right ideals {if we would insure their I Dnllnm, For the ptirpono of roftindlnir the I cording as you. 'u >' him I
I I outntnntlinir lndebtv State Board of Institutions. self-control. One, difficulty is a lack, \ "?
Beautiful line of new, Slips at for tli* intrpoH of Improving the dress of 'i I
Full and Winter Millinery opening Stump's. The salaries of those offices will upon the part of the churches and t I h. mid Town of Lawtoy Flnrldn. And auth- '

at Marguerite's Shoppe be used to I Increase the compensation ministers, of knowing what religious nrixln. and .tnpow rlnir the Town Council
of the Town of Lawtry, Florida, to fovy [
Friday, Sept. 11th. I i i Miss Prentice Humphries, of Louis- of other men, it was said and it Is un- education (Is, in failing to have an tax rnifftcUnt from time (o time on all tax* CENTAWOROi i

ville, Miss.,. and Miss Cora Calhoun, destood that this step was taken to adequate church program. A minister

Miss Marie Dyal, of Jacksonville\ of Cottondale, Ala., who are teaching retain the more Important employes. who was educated ten years ago needs Renew Ycur Health i : :j

'a; was a week-end visitor of her cousin; I in tho B. II, S., aro stopping at the Some difficulty has been experlenc- ro-cducutlon." ,
Miss Ethel Griffin. ed In the retention of eoma. employes
home of Mrs. Lila Griffin.
at the state prison, It was learned by Purification
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Murden, of!| Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph here, because of tho general move FOR SALE Genuine Missionary

Orlando, were guests Sunday of her office.L. ment to South Florida, where more Hdro-Elcctrlc I'lnnt Near (;iainvs- Any phjsicinn will tell you that I Strawberry plant. from Salisbury 'I 1

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. renmunerative employment is obtained. ville Looms. "Perfect 1'urifieation of tho System I Maryland. Leave your order early.
M. Crews and family have recently is Nature foundation of Ed L. Drowne, Rt A, Starke 7-2-i-tg '\

Be sure and attend moved here from Green Cove Gainesville-Laborers have been
linery opening at Marguerite's Springs. and are living In a cottageon 1'ltESBYTEIUAN brought to the site, and are drilling Perfect: llealtlu" Why not riti FOR SALE 50,000 strawberry "i
for the foundations of dam yourself of Shoppe, Friday Sept. 11. I Cherry St. Mr. Crews is employedin a large on
"Fishing" will be the of
I the Ford subject the Santa Fe River, about 8 miles lire iimlcrminin your vitality
garage. Dr. Tucker's sermon, at the morning Attire.. tuk- FOR SALE-Missionary strawberry
E. K. Perryman has opened a of- west of High Springs, according to Purify your My lt'lIhy
flee for the practice of law at Day-I Very special reduction on ladies' service, at eleven o'clock. At the eve- \v. S. Westmoreland of that city. It inn a tliorouuh; course of Culotuliu, plants. E. Gcssner, Route 1, Box* ?T "1j
28 Starke. D-ll-8t
ning service his subject will be "Is .
tona. II Silk Dresses at Stump's. thy Servant ?" Is understood that the company \vlhlh --once or twiee a week for several

I I a Dog is operating is a large New York wCl'ks-1l11l1 see how Nature roe WANTED-Good milch vows.: Must
t Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Richard, of Pa-1| George C. White, state bank exam I 7:30 instead evening of service 8 o'clock.commences at concern, although the name has not wards you with heath be frosh and not loss than ten

: latka, spent several days of last week iner, left Tuesday to attend to business :Sunday, school at 10 o'clock jet been released.It C'plntahv are the greatest of all quarts dally milkers. Chickens

': at Kelly Kottage, Kingsley lake. i i l in the central part of the state. There will be a practice for Rally a.Day m., is said that they have purchased HYhtcm purifiers. Get it family+ wanted. I'eterson'H Dairy, Starke,
j all of their overflow property, and Fla. It*
1 Mrs. Clyde Alvarez and children, of Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Smith and at the close of the school. The new ,that they will establish/ n large hy paekne, containing full ilircuiions -
i I
Jacksonville, are spending the week daughters; Misses Nita and Clara I I programs have come and some of thu drn-electrlc plant on tho spot. According price M5 eta, ; trial package. Legal blanks for sole at the Tele-

-" at Kelly Kottage, Kingsley lake. Belle, of Homestead, were guests new tonga are good and all will wantto to Westermoreland there 10 ctu. At any drug ntore. (Adv.) graph office.

s _. I Tuesday and Wednesday of their cousin learn them.Midwek will be a 2:i foot head on the ,dam but I ..., '

.r Elastic Helvaders, step-ins, Sire W. E. Middlettn. prayer serives at 8:00 the amount of power to bo generated

Girdles clas-arounds, Combinations o'clock Wednesday evening. Choir and the territory to be Nerved could ,
will practice at the close of the We can charge O
prayer -
Reducing Garments, Bras I Hollis V. Knight will ?leave Sundayfor service. The choir has not be learned. your
sieres, Frontlacing Corsets. See Gainesville where he will resume some newI Surveys were made some time ago, YES HRS
I I I muslo and will
the Gossard line at want to have a gold and, now actual work Is In

Stump's.Oscar complete. '. his the studies University In the of Florida.College of Law at I I choir practice is for preparing the Sunday to furnish service.some The NOTICE progress Storage 'Battery In U rSmith's

Andreu, of Stuart, spent see Dr. W. E. Middleton left Wednesday good cordial music.A There will be a working at Elney .
invitation is extended
eral days in Starke with friends and morning for a vacation of ten days. to attend these services.BROTIIEIHIOOD. tall Chapel cemetery Friday before 3rd Starke,. '

relatives.G. He will motor down the East Coast Sunday, Sept. 18th. All come who are Garage .

and before returning home will also Interested and prepared to work. Fla. .

W. Thomas, of Stuart, is tha go to Savannah, Ga. to visit his son, O. P. Hale.

guest of his brother and family f Ill') Earl Middleton.Mrs. New River Association! followingthe .

Starke this week. I 1, revival meeting held at Heilbronn CEMETERY WORKING -

Charles Larsen and son, church by Rev Hlnaon, of Jtcksonvlllein \
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newsom, Mr. and Charles, Jr., will arrive In Starke which the work of the church was There will be a working at Beu- v
Mrs. G. II. Bennett returned last week!'I I liih church cemetery Clay county, ono
sion to spend a few days with her greatly revived, and many added t I
Thursday Sept. 21th. tools'and
from several days spent on the East sister, Mrs. D. E. Knight. Mrs. Larsen 1 the membership. Regular meetingshave baskets for Bring
all day work and
Coast. : is on her way to her home In ', been continued on Sundty afternoons dinner .
I on the ground. I
i Lakeland, after a mont delightful l at four o'clock.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Colley, left last ',, summer in Canadt and points of I The Evangelistic Brotherhood Gospel llamas City-$700,000( improvement I

Friday for their home In West Palm interest in the West. Team conducted the service on program planned by city. |
Beach, after several days spent i in I I last Sunday afternoon and next Sun I I

Starke with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Maxwell I, day the service will bo at 11 a. m. I NOTICE n. APPLICATION- fOR TAX DEED

J. F. Colley. Wimberly announce the birth of a conducted by Rev. Norris a formerpastor Hereby nolle* :I nlvun that I,. H' Hill purer -
little daughter on Saturday evening, I I of the church. .-I> .. at tax .,.: ncimh.roI 61 and Hi :1-I
I 4-ued by the
tax collector of Bradford
Lois Long and Eloise Ritch return. ; September the 5th. The young lady I I'.rldg Add .certificate helnii dated. July county anI. I II
ed from Jacksonville Saturday after has been named Fannie Winifred, i ini COTTON GIN BUSY LAST WEEK "1. "nil have flitI. add. certificate. In my I

noon, where they were guests of their :j honor of her maternal and paternal : .rrlce and have mad: application for tax I
i I During the past wdek the local gin il" ml to leftiie 'In aeeordfinre with law,
aunt, Miss May Peek, In Avondale. grandmothers. laid. certlflcatee rnpectlvely' .mb'.... th*
was busy with loads
of the
staple llnwlnir lamln In Bradford
; County. Floritln.e .
I I being brought in, as well as a carload I > >.eil at the: data: or tha liauanca, of web I Ir.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith of Jack.sonville I .
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alderman, of I shipped in here for rtlflcatea. In the namcM rnsp"' hereinafter 'I
ginning from
Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch, of Baltimore, Mr., are guest: of his i particularly let forth to-wlt : II
DeLand I I I points in Alachua county. The gradeof Certificate No. 81 .mh,..... He*. at North. I
were guests the first of the .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alder. cotton has been t a,... of South- uuarler of !
week of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brownleo II I I man. pronounced good, ..'.art., and run E440 ft 8 712 e.|10 ft. W
I I I and the present dry weather Is. resulting I,II ft. N 732 Mae ft to beir. Mina part of a
I I In smaller number of weevils. ,In scan known a> lute M. It AT. 11M In Wno.lI I
Sirs F. A. Scott went Monday to Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Cox have re liiwn. Bee U. Twp S. South Ran no 21 Ea.'. When You Need
Lakeland to visit Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh.I Iturned I home after an extended visitwith METHODIST 'j ...... aaweiMetl rot.... Emma C ..r...''..,.. MoneyTo
1 I Certificate No. 42 tmhraon. I ota e5. SI tr.
Before returning home Mrs. Scott will' relatives In.Atlanta, Ga., Akron, f' or Routhweat quarter. of Hmithwrat quarter { 1
also visit Mrs. L. C. Morrow in Tam !I Ohio, Cleveland, Ohio, and also viewed Sunday school at 10.00 a. m. All 1 F.. lot' ran ft, K anal. W tw 7:12In: ft. Nand

pa. ,the wonders of Niagara Falls. children of Methodist parents urgedto I I1. Twp H In In a South Northwvat Ranue Co,.11 uf Eat aamp.a Suction...,.., I carry on your business remember that a depositorin .4

l be present, also a cordial Invitation x-rrw..I Wm. H. Farlce.UntMl .

New goods arriving daily at "Speed" Harvey, of Fernandina, Is extended to all new-comers. (to aid, law.....111..1.Ian deed. .hall will l be.. ir retl.irntileeordlnir thereon this bank will always get accommodation from J4

Stump's.Miss I has been relieveing Mr. Hoffman, at Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 8:00p. : on the 12th day of October. A. D.. 17 25. I us, if we can possibly see our clear to granting ; -
m. by the Wltnex official .. way I
the American Express office toe the pastor, Rev. Starnes. my ala-natur and .1 thle
Mary Canova returned Sunday ,, Epworth League Sunday lh. 10th day of 8eptamWr A O. 1"2S. it. I
past few weeke.Congressman. evening at G. W. ALDERMAN 'I
from Orange City, where she spent I I seven o'clock. Come and Join this Clerk Circuit Court Bra.'!. j:
two weeks with her cousin Mr. Geo. I new organfatzion that Is planning ford County Florida, CII ,
R. A. Green spoke at
By C. A. Whether
you are a large depositor or a small one
B. Flynn. Fernandina Itst Monday, the occasion work fur Christ and His church. tseall) D.puty el..It.

being the big labor Day celebration.He 'I Prayer meeting Wednesday evening "-11-81.-10.' makes no difference in the attention your request

Mrs. E. II. Smith returned Sunday has also accepted an invitation at eight o'clock. Choir practice will receive. .

from Jacksonville and was accompan i I from the Live Oak Chamber of Commerce after. prayer meeting.

led home by her sister, Mrs. E. W. 'I to speak to the Suwannee county Last Monday afternoon the Wo

Harris, and baby. Mrs. Harris and farmers at Live Oak Saturday. man's Missionary Society met at 666 Start an account with us. s

two sons are guests of her mother, '' the church, with the president, Mrs
Mrs. Irene Willa. I W. E. Middleton, presiding a raa.rlpUaa. ...
Mrs. Mary Warren, of Miami Mrs During
J I l May Jones and son, Doutt, of Stuart, the business session it was decided Malaria Chills and Fever -

Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned who have been visiting Mrs. W. that in the months of September, Oc Dengue or Bilious Fever
horn" E'I'I I tober and November the ladies ft kill the tarau.
Monday morning: after.pendlng Middleton left Saturday for their of the

Sunday in Tampa with her 1 .pectlv ..llomeLI church would Rive a food sale on the BANK OF STARKE '

parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. I! last Saturday in each month., the first Habitual Constipation Cured

II I j+I SEED PEANUTS being the 26th. of pteraber. This In 1to 21 Days ,

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson and will be done to raise funds to carry "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" !I. a speclaUy- I The Bank Helpful Service

Mrs. F. G. Schell of Lake Butler, returned :'I i N. C. or Florida Raucer Seed Pea preparedSyrupTonle-Laxatlveforiiabiiua'' .

Sunday evening from a vlsiin flout. 11.00 per bushel (Four cent Constipation. It relieves promptly and
St. Petersburg with relatives. per pound) t. o. b, Lowell. Fla. To Cur. a Cold I Ni On. Uore should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days I I a WE PAY 4 PER CENT ON
I I B. T. HALL COMPANY. fake LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tableta). I I to Induce redular...lIon." It Stimulate* and '
lleadacbe and woraaofftlM Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 6<>c
:Mrs. W. A. Strange has returned 1-9-tf. Lowell FU. Cold. E W eitnatareoa. each bra. Mr per bottle. I I i I



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r FOR OVER 40 YEARS The new automobile tag law will mobile owners waiting several weeks

I. Grief and Joy -J HALL'S CATAItltll MttOICIMB has beer save the state several thousand dol- before applying for a tag after the
used successfully in the treatment 01 lars. It catches the automobile own- purchase has been made.TampaPeninsular .
FARMERS and FARMING Catarrh. er on two sides. If he has not paid
M* SIAM/S CATARIIIi MBniCI.VK; ?.*... his tag license tax in 1925 he must Tlelephor.o Co.,
HIM of an Ointment which CjuliKi
r Relieve by local application!! and the pay that before being allowed a 1926 I to erect new twelve-story $360,000
Internal Medicine a. Tonic, which anti. tag. During: 1920 he must buy a tag i structure here; to be part cf 1,500-,-
through the Blood on the Mucous Surface
i FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE .. thus reducing the Inflammation. from the date he purchases his auto- 000 budget for current year.

ARTICLES: OK FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND Bold by all drugfrlnU. I mobile instead of from the time ho Havana-Havana-State Bank to
SUITED TO OUR: CO UNTYHOME F. J Chetvry: A Co. Toledo. Ohio. I makes application for the tag. Now
BEST modern bank
TO BE II erect new corner 7th
.4 I I. the state loses much money by autolOur ,I Avenue and Main Street.

a 1 DEMONSTRATION nearly 88 hogs in one week recently, NORTH CEORBIA IS HARD( I

.j I AGENTS HELP WITH and is doing considerable work along HIT BY DROUGHT
POULTRY: PROBLEMS this line nearly every week.
Report Crop Practically
CrossVTorcl Puzzle
Other agents ill hog raising coun- I South Georgia In Fine
County home demonstration agent tiesconsider the work ofg getting hogs I Condition
are taking no enroll'!! part in the rapid Inoculated against cholera as one of

development of the poultry industry! their most Important projects, and I Washington, Sept. 6.-In the bed of

in Florida, and weekly reports by save farmers of their county hun I I the famoos Chattahoochee river, in
these women show that their activity dreds of dollars annually by preventing $II I Ir the Neorth Georgia section, acres of t R s 4 J 7 tl 9 0I
,I along this line is\ great. this disease. green grass are growing, while on
Baby chick orders! cannot be filled Y I the farms of that section of Georgia ,I / sR

In Citrus county, according to Mrs. FLORIDA FARMERS crops are practically totally destroyedthis l

E. W. Moore, the home demonstration | ARE OVERLOOKING: is the story told by Rev. J. E. '
agent. Sho states! that many of the :, GOOD OPPORTUNITY ir I Sam ley, pastor of the Trinity Methudist 7 / 192J

,,9 people in her county are preparing Johnson a churth of Waycross, who has .i 24 iGR7
I (By Spuds )
,, for the holiday fryer market by doing; I( I returned from a vacation at Young-' I heavy Incubation now. 1|I It seems to me that the farmers of harris I I
I' "Culled a flock of about BO hens Florida are overlooking a fine opportunity -I I "Hundreds of acres of forest tlm-,i: Asa as s4 ss JGI

and helped the owners to decide to to raise some hogs at a profit. I her on the mountain sides of that section JsJ9
have just! one breed of chickens! in Announcement has been made by the I I have been ruined. Giant trees 'I

4 their yard," says! Millll! Marie Cox of United States Department of Agriculture f are dead, not dying, but alreadyburned iJ I 4J

.11 Lake county. that the number of hogs on'' e to death." he states.A i 44 r0 43 47 48
A splendid poultry meeting wai Southern farms has greatly decreased multitude of farmers in that section
I held at Hasting in St. Johns county In the past two years, Florida being and the drought area extends iI +0 G Si SiSs

recently under the auspices of Mae I lone of the five states in which the t; ? from North Georgia on up through J+ Gsr
Anna E. Heist, the home demonstration | greatest percentage of decrease has South and North Carolina, will not I
I ss ruI
; The Extension poultry.
I uKont. occurred. make enough crops to fatten their !
man us present and (gave a helpful. In areas of the state where A coincident carrying a moral, hogs, and in many cases farmers are w
I dcmonxtiatlon in culling!! and also in peanuts was the suspending of "Babe" cutting dry cotton stalks, heretofore I II t ,
I I will grow, und they are grown as far Ruth from baseball and a fine of II I
caponizing. I south as Pasco county, this crop fur. $5,000 for failure to observe training regarded as a total waste product, to
Corinne Barker, home demonstration I
Mis them farmers 8. A Russian Novelist
save for forage. Many HORIZONTAL
I nlshes a very cheap means of supplying rules-the same week in which
agent In Suwannee county, :' feed for the hogs. We can plant Detroit citizens staged! a great cele- will not make a bushel of corn to the I II 9. Lord Lieutenant (abbr.)
recently culled the flock of 357 chick-J''n few acres of'peanuts, being sure to bration for Ty Cobb, marking his acre. They are cutting the stalks and 11.I An officer of a prominent Secret 10. The puzzle maker's favorite fish

ens at the AdventlHt orphanage, and i get them thick, and with just a lit- 20 years therthe greatest player saving them for their small food val- {I I11.! Society. 11. A finger
I eliminated 182 culls. !I tie rultivation trouble and the game has ever produced. ue. The cotton crop is a total fail More dark 13. What cross-word. puzzle does to ,
Miss Bertha Henry gives two or |' expense PresenU and cash amounting' to ure. !)112. Bluish purple the brain
can produce a lot of good feed. The I
three culling demonstrations nearly most general trouble with peanuts in $10,000 were showered upon him. Many springs and wells are totally 14. Third person singular, neuter 17. Ferrous Sulphate

every week in Oklaoosa county, and Florida Is that they are not planted dry and the water problem Is serIous !I pronoun 19. The wash woman's friend
finds much Interest In them. thick enough. household work, rearrangement of in some localities. Water restrictions 115. What the Kaiser would like to 21. A list, as of officers or men

GREEN FEED ALL YEAR IS I I The hogs can do their own harvesting kitchen for greater convenience, improved are placed on the citizens of I i be doing 23. Ditto (Latin abbr.) ,
ESSENTIAL: : PLAN NOW FOR I I'I so there is no work on that end laundry practices, and the use many sections, to preserve the water 16. A position on the football team 24. A Southern state (abbr.)
FALL AND WINTER CROPS of the line.Peanutfed. of labor-saving equipment in homo- supply for dire needs. In returningto (abbr.) 26. A seaport of Belgium
(I I management enterprises. Waycross, Mr. Sampley states that 17. A kind of liquor-not rye 28. What made Milwaukee famous
Plenty of green feed throughout the hogs do not sell as wellon Home furnishings were given attention he noticed very little change in condi- 118. Notes of a dove 30. A small insect

year, particularly in fall and winter, the market as do corn-fed hogs, by 1,082 clubs, and 2,077.clubs tions till he got as far south as Dub. I 20. Common metal 33. Royal Navy (abbr.)
is essential for livestock. W. E. but the meat Is much more flavorsome studied home health'and .sanitation lin. From that point on the crops 22. A man's petticoat 31. An inseparable companion of

P Stokes: grass and forage crops special !' and is fine for home consump- measures. More than 12,000 boys were in a splendid condition, and in 1 25 What unscrupulous politician* ... "cetera"
in t of the Florida Experiment Station I.I tion. Peanut feed can be grown I I and girls found time to clean the South Georgia he reports an unusual i| seek 35. Contraction for "I am"
gives the following suggestions/ / '1 enough cheaper than corn to justify I lawns, plant and care for shrubs and tone of prosperity. 27. A boy's plaything 36. Indefinite article ?

as to how to have green crops all selling peanut-fed hogs at 2 or 3 flowers about their homes, demon 29. Child's nome for Father 39. A cyanogen derivitive of guanidine -

r, tho year. I i I. cents per pound less and still leave strating the things they were learn 31. An obstlanate person

4 Establish enough good permanent: a profit. ing in their clubs about adding beautyto 32. What we used to get on occasionally 40. Cigar boxes bear the stamp
pasture of suitable grasses like Carpet :1 One of the difficulties of raising the home grounds DO:WT (abbr.)

Bermuda, Bahia, Dallis, and Para'In hogs on a commercial scale in Florida !SrU S11I1'9.ass. 35. How most of us are, at solving 41. The thirteenth letter of the
South Florida, to supply nil live Is securing a good market. In com GET 1IIK CHILDREN *, y No need to do so cross-word puzzles. Greek alphabet
stock! with abundant grazing in sum munities where we can get our neighbors READY t'UItSCIIOOL/ with any disease 37. Doctrine 43. What remains( after a disastrousfire

i' mer. ; to join in with us and raise some JJ caused by malaria. 38. A minister's residence
"Physical defects of children shouldbe
In fall, winter and early spring! hogs, we can probably get enough of cared for before the children Jtf There's a remedy for '{9. By, or through 43.: Charlie Dawes can tell you
however, especially If the weather la about the same size and weight to re- them all-used with 40. Preposition, denoting place about her
turn to school of
dry, this permanent pasture will need make Carload! cooperative shipment, the home demonstration, say specialists staff of the, success tot 60 yean.cvils 42. A lovely lady in Spencer's' "Fae- 46. Leaves wafted by the slightest -

1 to be supplemented with temporary '. n ntl thus secure better prices. State College fur Women, In culling! rie Queen." breeze
pasture crops like oats, rye and rape. We should l certainly grow enough attention to the fact thut school days i 44. What Abraham was pleased to 47. A whale of a fish story

F When oats and rye ore intended for meat for home consumption, and try are again here. "It is now recognizedthat I behold In the thicket I 48 Ethereal
grazing they should be sowed at a' to produce some for market njso. It much of the listlessness, laziness 40. Mountains of Central Europo 50. An eastern state (abbr.)

heavier rate than when intended for will Rive us another money crop. that dullness In srhual children may (spelled backwards) 52. A mild "cuss word"
rrnln. Use Florida or Abruzzl rye'l be caused by physical condition a 18. Sums up 51. An animaal of Central Asia
seeding at the rate of 1 to 1 1-2 RECORD; INCREASE IN poor 149. Simpleton 50. Affirmative
rather than by mental
els per acre, and Flughum or Texas I CLUB WORK IN 1921! or defect.' any peculiarity I, 51. Short poems 58. A famous writer of comic
Rustproof oats at the rate of 2 to 3 i. 53. Always stories initials
Enrollment in and \ club These specialists also point out the of I ( )
I boys' git\ \I and rats get a large part '
bushels per acre. 55. One who opposes (rare.) 60. Sunday school (abbr.)
: work in the United States in 1921 necessity nf having the children form It.
If you have some fertile I 50. Plural for you
regular habits and thus in better
outstripped the 1923 enrollment by keep
plant some this fall for quick 157.. IIe admits
rape condition. "Give vi prosperous communities \] freely winning the
grazing. Use tho Dwarf Essex: variety 51,000 released'according by the United to figures States recently De- eating! Is one of the principal Irregularityin bad and we will have prosperous states :i j war I aoeeut; ...r "'Ii''nrl.rroJ

fertilize liberally with any good partment of Agriculture Also 5,417 habits easy to acquire during the and a prosperous nation. The com- |! (CO.; Gets up It': Or lZ.P.H.J'! A T 1,,, Q qnAOna
i truck fertilizer or compost, and plant '. vacation and munity is the foundation on whch 01. 100 per cent Americanism, so ., Rt: cATEQ
\odditional local clubs were reportedIn !summer letting the
In rows 18 to 30 inches wide, drilling 1921, and 60,000 more demonstrations !child eat when and what he wants to build farm development."-Miss they say. I A T t:1t: :y Y E E Co Ii r.. A I R: 1rOOI 1\
seed the 3 4
at rate of to pounds
per were completed by boys and and to have snacks between meals Mary Slims, organization specialist, VERTICAL e A I t A t 4 e
I i
tho sued shallow. Cultivate I-
ncre. over 1. The
I girls. Reports from field agents and I whenever he wishes is bound to develop of the Louisiana Extension Service, gunman always has one. AMII IZIMNUT
a time or two and in eight or 10
I I state! extension divisions indicate that bad food habits which may In an address before Farmers' Week. (slang.)
weeks tho is ready to !iNOPI
rape graze. 2. Railroad abbr.
Rape may also be sowed broadcast I 1 this steady growth is being continuedin leave permanent effect on his physical "Went with a-party of men from 3. A tire-d city-Ohio( ) a 1 ,N t.: ":t hi
fit the rate of 0 to 10 pounds' of seed 1923 i A defnlte mid-morning this county to Farmers' Week one 4. Poetic for never se t5. T I''> m cNASPS
:! Some of the specific results which or mid-afternoon lunch of milk and
per acre. I day. All enjoyed their trip fine and 5. What most prohibitionists do tl.LO"'fI'Ac.eE" !
bread fruit
Keep plenty of salt before the stock, last year's club members obtainedare or may be given regularly most of them are planning to take 6. What heartless lanlords do to SAe- Y"OD' EE .
found the if the child needs food between the I
while In totals for various 1 i\ (; E ,
especially on rape. their families and spend the entire unfortunate tenants T1tEeDE :
Plan now for your fall, winter and enterprises. Corn club boys and girls : regular meals. Under no circum- week there next year.-Report by I II 7. A race of people indigenous to A !!II 'A T If: .N. 0 III 1TIJ -
stances should
spring green feed. It will save you produced 812,000 bushels of corn, a nibble! a child be allowed to Robert F. Ward, Baker County agent. |I certain parts of Japan I L 1tID 0 Mod'':"'' S.I:: AN 0: e;
money on hay, silage and grain feed large share! of it improved varieties, sweets contluously between R

bills and at the same time keep the and lust year could hardly be classedas meals. ..
animals in thrlfter healthier ideal for corn growing The club Regular! sleeping habits should also = -- -
condition -
than if on dry feed alone. cotton crop tipped the scales at 11- be encouraged and carried out, C=RED LETTER DAYS; By A. B. CHAPIN I '
000,000 pounds of excellent quality; even on Sunday, to prevent consti-

COUNTY AGENTS HELP seed cotton. pation, nervousness and sleeplessness
INOCULATE HOGS FOR More than 372,000 bushels! of potatoes Every member of the family should "me DAY YOUR NAG"'" THEFREEFORAIL"4TTU6

CIiOLEn.I'REVENTIO were harvested by these young have an annual physical examination OotMJTV FAIrIi / \,.. NaTROTe UKeTs
farmers! 218,000 pounds of tobacco by the family physician. Especially OROMaaE 60ND' ,
Out breaks of cholera are not uncommon 43,000 bushels of peanuts, and largo is this true of the children, in whom

among the hog herds of quantities of grains, legumes, and defects may be detected and remediedat
Florida, und the county agents are I I special! crops. the beginning, when these same 'DowK W ,,/ J-

'- often called on to assist with inoculation Young dairymen praclticed the lat defects might grow and become ser p, ST.CwSA ,
work. Inoculation will pre- lest and best methods known in the) ious handicaps later onCHIPS'/
vent this ravaging disease, but it can- I feeding and management of 14,000
not bo cured. Through the efforts I head of dairy cattle, including both 1 4 'THAT MAai 118 CAN 4CK ? .,,, .
of the county agents, many farmers calves and mature stock. Production Failing to do any one thing that we TOVT wNAiDVAN THAT BR AM I I pE'TEq MAlT6Y III I I I

have their hogs inoculated and do not records have been made by some of know to do in producing a crop-prep- ac woo wlrNOUT efrr r C e r .-.
take chances on getting the diseasein these club memmbers of which experienced aration of land, cultivation, fertilization Ecdtd OawiiGwtf Jq

their herds."Completed. dairymen would be proud. drainage, or soil building, etc.
inoculating hogs around Nearly 6,000 beef cattle, 60,000 chlik- lessons the exectivness of of the
.-.: an outbreak of cholera," reads a ens or other poultry were in eluded work we do on all the rest. ,
weekly report by R. R. Whittington, I in the livestock holdings! of club boys
Bay county agent. and gIrls in 1921. When a car breaks down new partscan

A. W. Turner, agent! In Liberty In homemaking activities the figures be Installed at the garage. Thereis

county, spent one entire week recently show the same energetic attention no garage for the human body, and
\ helping Inoculate hogs, and R. J. and Interest in the business un the family physician should be con

II Hart, agent in Okaloosa, also spends dertaken. Over 300,000 articles of sulted at least once a year to help
considerable time helping In this kind clothing were made by club members keep the body from breaking down.
of work. He double-treated 23 hogs In their year's work. More than -
in one week recently. II. E Gallo 256,000 quarts of fruits, vegetables, It is estimated that one-fifth of
; way, Waukulla iounty's agent, also a and meats were canned. In 1,454 the corn crop of Florida is lost each '
treating a number of hogs each week. clubs the members lamed to make year through the depredations of '

.County Agent N J Allbritton, of household budgets and keep accountsthe weevils. This year the loss will be

Levy assisted with the inoculation of use of a systematized plan of over 2,000,000 bushels. Carbon bi- I
AA sulphide will prevent' this loss If it .;

--- Is used sufficiently.When .

"Could Better Fertilizer Be Made? a business; -man in'the com- 1

mercial world makes a product, he's
Ipretty sure to see that It is protected

We Would Make It" I until sold or used. Yet farmers devote
,, lots of time and hard work tomatlnar )

,_ I* '... SIMON PURE AND GEM BRANDS a com crop and then let the -r t .

"Time Tried and Crop Tested" 4'P.
July lit 1923 New PRICE LIST of Regular Brands Just Issn d. Get No Worms In a Healthy Child

seme before placing your order. Send orders now for FALL requirements fceaJia All cblldna,color, which tnubM tadkate.pmeblood.with Worm have an.oa-

save delay and be ready when Fertilizer U needed. QUALITY Brat FAIR rule, there la more or 1 less _.....b d_and......e...
price.. PROMPT shipment .u. 1 ,4J.> '* .J* 'l< *-.. ZI ciiTwl1HO. CROVB TASTELESS: : chill TONIC ..luau roeul.ry
brtwoor I1IIw yaeks .1I1 ..neb Ih. blood, to
PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY pro,.t1Il t lte.tba.$04 act u a General
f .
.ntoa Topic to the.hole.yetem. NaturewuTtScn'
throw or dlapel the........and the Child eWbs
Jacksonville Duval Florida.
County, la 1tIcI1MoUtIa. Pbeaaoi to lake, aka pet boule.


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leas.ROSA Z. NORWOOD Range Twenty-two ((221 F.a.t, and run North I know mid by diligent March, has not bean
:gAinptatioiiW Guardian at Id. May Penny. TO THE BOARD OF PUBLIC 1N3TRUC. Two hundred ten ((210)) feet. Writ On* hun1 I .tile to .certain whether any of the defend ,
Dale Attaint 7th It&8 '.U-'tU TION OF BRADFORD COUNTY FLA. 1 er(2101 fly. I108'( '.. South Two hundred I ant. are dead or .lve and that It la alleged
( feet,
i W* thtk taxpayer of B t.feet tu East On. hundred ((1J( *) I by complainant' In sworn bill that h*
.ub- ehool dLtrlet I lab b petition you to I Al0 one point, half of belniln. I belletia there are peraon interested In the '
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION .n election to d whether or not : Northrast acre In Soulhwot corner of I inld property Involved In tbl auit whoe.IKIIII. .
district .. quarter of Mout..t quarter See. I .. .
.h.1 atrlrta N. EIght (lion Tstnly-one .. .r n.m. age or ee who* real
Notice h hereby .Biren that on Site 59th. fourteen b. conaolldatedi with tie. useS South Hami Tvrenly-two six ((8)) dene. are unknown to cnmpalnant ; and la j
I day of September, A. D. 1925. 1. the nnder- three t.t.and determlna, the hilllaii to be bnlnir Kant half of lllook ((25)Six) Kaat lame aid bill relief I. .. against such knowannul ,
I aignrd .guardian of Ruby" Cloveraettla. Steele fra-llonal' South of (n.i and .11 I I unknown drfrnitanta and all other per.TFIKRKKOIUC .
| ( ,
Clov.raettlr and Herbert Cloveraettle, will apply SI"De. Four ((4)) In Slrnnn Tempi'- Sub-dl.l.l" I coo .
,,! to the Honorable George A. O.rdln.r. O. Colon. of land I T mule'" ,. .1 i It j!* ordered, that III IMman

: ANOTHER BROKEN "to make a long story short, his county for an order Judas to of..U.t Bradford!! private County..!. th Florida. fol. P.M.P.A. Croabr., For of thn call'.I..U chat' ,.."r Mil .. on.ln lniel' .11 named penona! In thin claiming i.rd.T.. anv If IMng.Interact and un.lec If. dead the .

-" ENGAGEMENT borther swore I was the same girl. i' lowing dMcrlbed lamia. In Bradford County F. M. Haien. a T..roro you ant .aeii "r you, .,.,1 l nit oth. I .olliiiinUf... il I, iminvd defendants. "'0.11. d..r.
and that nil
hear of such !" Florida, to-wit: J. L..I.. er Inh..I.1 an. ,' I p..on. '.
Did ever nerve pnrU. thai. wlnve. .
you and
Th Pouthweet quarter. of Northwnt quarterOn J. D. ,.. laying builouau. ,"m.n."loe name ago piece of rccldenc. .. .'
"It's this, Sallie Curtiss and Annearen't I Never was gathered together such acre aold! to H. E. Mooreri alec the John I. .. anu aluprar 'before! mc at toy i'rl,; I,,will Stark ho,. I I.ill,,.foil to unknown to .... that may
: 'I- of attentive girls. They listened I... Eleven: acre* .old to R.... Marnlnic and O. W. H... ltreuIfrl County, FI"rld. on Thurs.luty.' IB.h I :il or aiv Inlrrnlrd t In the ', decirlb: I
engaged. a group pn.iH-rty or anv part ant
all H. P. G.luer. v' day "r :
Southea.t. quarter of Northweat quarter, October, A. 0. .t h'n lrr'n
I've noticed that in heat life when spell-bound to her every word. of Section Twelve ntl> Town.hlp Eight ((8). J. J Morgan m.. to show caua*. I any 1t1a.yoTi ran n'olol "I I b.r! '1 Ronthwcat? Bradford County nr'' to. ltl.,

"lie didn't believe him of course?" South Rang Twe>nt-t_ (22)) Rat.Thla J. H. K.lley. th prayer of petition. I and quarter
most they apt I the Nnrlhea
people are surprised are th. 26th ,day uS Aug't A. D.. 1925.BETTY J. B. Col..n... .hn'tn..n my hand and .r.l at Stark: I g..rt.Houthweal and, thu >luuartr of the

to give no outward sign of what'a someone finally asked, anxious for cLovER2ErLEGuardian T. W. OraIrord m .' this the Ind day or I of the Soullmmt iiiinreri I quarter ..Nnrth..t." acres quarter la
her to the tale where she had for Ruby. Becale and R Srpicmb.r, A. tl..F the Rauthrii.t
going on inside. Thus it happened resume Cloveraettle .. 1925.CEO A. I corner, .1 In Section Thirty.
8-28-BU8-S8 Herbert (1A11T1INER 1.i..
( l Township
that I could face Bob and his startling left off. L A. Brown County Juiltf of Br"cor 'w.nty.t"o121.& ( ((6) South Rani

"Well" Anne continued "when I W. Colaon .8t-10.9.. T o\mt. KurMn.ORDER ( ) I ,' E.t
news with apparent calm. NOTICE OF GUARDIAN BALK Hodge. appear "FI bill I of complaint enor

"I'm sure you must be mistaken first met Curtiss he thought that he Thirty dam after--date; ;' hereof I the un.ler- '.. t-1-25 In toil PtnUCATIO' I and before In due day Circuit
Bob. They are." had seen me somewhere before. I < Ray Willlama I Minor bet tr Court hI; ctmilt. I emit or liiterr.t you and each of you
:'fn'r.r'W'IM: : ;: Rmilford County. Fi Chancery. have .
to tlt above
will inny dncribvd ,
leeea.ed. apply to ir
Peach ha hurried remember him saying so and t told PETITION FOR SCHOOL ELECTION O. W. Dunham. bill
"Not now on, the Honorable a_ A. Oardlnnr. County Judge the sat will ho !k'n ai confnntf...,,,

"he told me so himself. I ran Into him at the same time that it was ab In and for Bradford County Florida, for an TO THB BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION tJ. Q. Bayn f anil W. H. Ht-ftth. tvtVnilnninIt )''tI.
i ; It la further ordered that ,..
ord.r la aril at private .eel.! all that certain this| or b*
him a few minutes ago playing golf surd. However when his brother reminded Intereat belonging to Raid minor In and to th. Of BRADFORD COUNTY FLA. appearIng t>y affldnvlt: nppnilttl i to the l.h.,1! Onco a week for Four ron.ecutlv ..I..b
him of this I W* the undersigned tax payra of Bradford hill filed In th. abovr.i.iaiml l came that W. IIIfvathi I. Bradford County Telegraph weekly
[ all alone in the rain. I told him he ridiculous tale following draer.bcd. land to-wlt: aub-aehciol 1 district. beroby petition you to flailan the dufunJant thniln named U A {. w.paner th. of general :circulation a
! > didn't look the part of a man who was he thought he'd put two and two together : Northea.t Southcaat quarter quarter of Southwest of Northweat quarter quarter Bait, election to determine whether or not ourdistrict dent of th. State of Florlila. and but "it. i II Hark Bradford County. Florida. >.

T' happily engaged. lIe made drive of in his clever brain and I think I half of the NnrthwMt ot the South .h.1 conaolldat with Brooker aubachool concealed himivlf o that process cannot boturvtd I WITNKaa the ll.mor.hlo JuSt,. of the sail
a quarter
I i ; : dl.trlo. to elect thre truatee and de upon him h* U over the age of C rcult Court and the official seal of the Dark
about 200 yeards and announced with he really believed that I was the wee quarter.of the North Southwest half of the and Southweatquarter North termln of millaa- to b* aaoueUagatn.t twenty-on yvan ; 'It la therefore ontfrwl that of thl. crl., .. widl .. hi. algnalur. thl. th.
I quarter the consolidated dUtrlct.Sinned. said nvldent defendant be* and !I. and day ( .
hi'ifhy r.- o Sentcmber, A D. 18DB.O .
vehemence that he was not engaged.And same girl. I I half of the Southeast quarter of the South to appear to the bill of complaint. film W ALDERMAN

I let it go at thnt." "Did his brother konw her name ?" weat quarter all In Section 82. Townahlp T. C. J* .. Qulr,010 ".".. on or before Monday the Bth Clerk ("1..1 Court BraIn
South Rang 22 Kant containing 140 acre
"Naturally, Bob, it's his affair." Marjorie asked. 1 more or I I.... .aid I.nd. lylnv and being in S..Hague.W. M. H.rrelt. day October.of said A.bill D. will 1028.b oth.* taken. .a the. eon allotiatluna foul (1","IIM.A.Florida KNIOIIT

"Oh that wasn't what held me off. Anne blushed. i Bradford County. Florida.Thli 1825. W. H. H.rrell. fiward by saId' drfondant.It (Stall Deputy Clerk
28th day of Auguat J. A. Con..I,.. ta further orduKd that tItle order be A. 8. CREWS
"Yes funny concldcnce. lIe said pub
It because I had a A. M. WILIAMS
was a blood-thristy n. W. ". ..
"7. flab,, one a .k for four eon."tlvo{ w. Solicitor for Complainant 0-4-81-10-9,
foresome waiting to rob me of my her name was Anne but for that 8-28-51-0-25.Guardian for Ray Wllllanu Minor a.asIt'.nrETTION In ih. R.crord County Telegraph a news.

last dime otherwise I would have matter, it's as common as Mary or Pap Thla!*! p lbl.h. .In lat, mid It.HO.Q..County. and State. 1NDIST1UAL; REVIKV


A'nne and Curtiss not engaged! I "Any way, he said there must be Thirty days after date hereof on to-wlt lION THE OF BRADFORD OF PUBLIC INSTRUo By Clerk C. A.Clrnuit KNIGHT Court Winter TIavcn-Contract awarded

turned the thought over and over some mistake somewhere and askedme the 2"th day of September A. D. 1025. t the We th. underaliined tax payer of Zlff aub (Seal) Deputy Clerk at $100,000 for oonatmotlnj new two. ,

looked at it first one way and then to meet his brother so that things F.rm.tinileralirned, Johna.. aa mlnora guardian and for helra Merrll of Harriet John.Reddl and. achol to determln.dlelrlct whether petition or you not to e.1 district an election shall Solicitor A. for 9. CREWS Complainant 0-4-6MO-9 ItOr aracde building. corner 3rd St.

another, trying to realize the significance could be straightened out. I refused. >h. Emma RedJIah. Heater Wynn and Ada consolidate with Smoker ub-ehuol district Magnolia Avenue. '

of what he had said. From what I've heard, his brother Is John. dccea.ed. will apply to the Honorable to elect thr truatee* and determine the NOTICE TO DEBTORS AN CREDITORS '
Ceo. A. Gardiner County Judire of Bradford mount ,mlllaK. to be aa> agalnat the Jacksonville New Institution.
I finally asked, "What do you think Puritancial in his ideas and Is Just i County Florida;: ';f.rno If't'f.:; .ll\\d."r.: :; con.olldatd dlatriat.Signed. Notice la hereby given tb.t.n creditors.legatos. )
the kind of digging around in ate aale all that *. tributM-a and all parsons haying "Florida SouthsMo Bank, to b organized
then Bob ?
could have records -
happened In and to the following dea.rlbed landa to- S. Thliipen.S. "I.1m. or dvmanda against the estate of 8allli here.
"Oh he probably realized: when he of the past and cause a lot of wits E. I'reecott. Malphur dia.a..d. ar .nulr
talk. So Southennt quarter of Northwect quarter. T. D. Dyal.C. tn the duly .
he didn't! Anne tossed her headJn the : prvtttnt same "
was away tljat care a rap Northea.t quarter of Southweat quarter Kent S. Kulley.If. the unil.rind( within on. year or thla no- Palatka-Cottonpkking undor wayin
about Anne in spite of her spotless air, "I gave Curtiss Wright his ring half I of the Northweat Quarter of the outh.weat H. Ho..r tic. will| be held In bar thereto. And all per. this section.
back instead." quarter. North half of the Southwestnuarter H P. aona Imlobted to paid estate. to
I told he'd die of ennui .Nulr
past. you of the ftouthweat quarter and the I J. W. 1'adirett. their said dfbta to the .. ;
with even the thought of having her "But Anne, he couldn't let his North half of the Southeast quarter of the II. L.: Hough. pay Scpumb. 4h. .uto. fo.lh.Thl. Cross City-Dlxlo County votes

around. Besides he adores little brother go on believeing that BouthwpBt quarter all In Section Thirty-two C. F. 1.I.hrlolc 1925.I.. O. POPPRLL $150,000 bond for completing
our you (Jl2)). Township Seven (7)). South. Runt* F. S. 9.4.Pt-l 0.50. Rveeuto "SUl
Sallie here." were the girl who had been BO ter- Twentv-two ((221. "..t. containing One Hundred 8-28-6t-t-a NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND section Dixie Highway. ;
ribly Forty ((140)) Any. more or I..... Also Notice I. hereby given that CRIUTOR, o '.t
"Please don't that Bob. He'sshown gossiped Don't see .1
say you commencing 147 1-8 .rd. of Northwest
k :
NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SAL.Thl.t" *,* and all Lake Wales Plnns for "
very plainly how deep his affection that?" someone explained. corner of Northea.t qnarter. and run East : :\ the C.UU of : proposed'
$2 1-3 yards South 178 yarde West 82 1-2 ir.\; 100-room 1
: constructing new $500,000
i is I "Well, I should what his lays after date hereof to-wlt, the hereby .qvl..d ,
for me. Just the same, worry yard. North'J7S yarda to 1'1".. of ""...Innlo". on .. .
brother thinks Anne Section 80 townnhlp 7. Rang 22. Containing 28th dar of So tombu. 10J5 1. the underalgned .uth.nUe.I" Commercial hotel here.
added, "I'd give anything to know flippantly re for .. Clco Thnmaa. within On. .. or notice! ..I b* held
three, acre. mor. or 1.... I guardian Lu.o. Thor.
In and all to
,_ what caused the row?" plied. and Ou. Thomn. minor of J. N. Thorn I. thereto persons In..bte
Alao Eaat half of the End half of North. h.l. aid t... required to ...Idd'h. leeRbnrg-Work city's new $140-
are pay
In spite of myself I was glad. I "How'd he take it ?" another asked. peat quarter: of Northeast le.* One lot.t81 1-2 aa, dccen.ed. will apply to the of Honorable Brailford Ueo.. : the set, Admlnlatrator forthwith 000 water front project gets under '
feet. North and South by 117 feet and A. flardlner; County Judiro county.
r. should have been indifferent about i "Oh, he was pretty much cut up. He West In Southwest corner. Section 80. Town Florida for an order to sell *t prlv.t.. Srd day of September. 1025.WILLIAM. ItAt-l way. '

Curtiss Wright and Ills affairs after fell on his knees and cried." .hlp 7. Range 22 Feat containing ten acre A one-fourth tindhldvd interest the .nt-lll-ao.. AdminIstrator .
leu aald l.ntl. and In following. dvvcnhcd, land and being In
more or lying being lying
the ruthless way he had thrown my "Well, the whole thing is the silliest Bradford County. Florida. Bradford County. Florida to-wit : MASTER'S BALK Tnvarcs-Plnnn announced for da-

love aside. But there was no need of mlx-up I've ever heard," Valerie de This 28th day: of Auguat. 1828. South half Soulhra.1 quarter of the veloplnl now subdivision here at cost ";

claret! "of D. JOHNS Northwest quarter and Northra.t qtiartee of Nolle la hereby given that under and by
all pe.-'n think t,000,000.t
to that I of Anne
pretending myself not '
k was and Irma
,- Gitard-an for ]Merrill Johns Southweet otinrter Section Ten (10)). TownahlpReven virtue of that certain decre. of roreelnuN :
-'%: overjoyed at the news. being a woman with a past!" :: 8.28.St.9.28< ;Johns Ml no... (f7 fl. Ranii. TwentyHine ((21) containing mad. and ..tln.1 the twenty-ninth
And all In all nifty arrea, more or 1_. Iny of 10eS. by Honorable A. V. Long. EuHtls-New white way system
"Well Sallie I'll breeze they lauirhed.. AUlu"
guess I I NOTICB TO APPEAR The lOt( !, day of ,.',. 19211DEI Judire, Rluhth Judicial, Circuit of Plor-' bulng inntnllcd hero.
; ; along," Bob's voice broke in on my (To be continued.) .LA THOMAS tin. In and roe Ilradford County In Chan.. .
In Circuit Court. Eighth: ;Judicial (Circuit Guardian, for Ltteou. Thom. CleoThoman In that certain cause therein ponding between
i I had he .
thoughts. forgotten was I I Bradford County.: Plerlda. In Chancery Ia. and ( '1 Thomaa Minor the Complainant Ron... Homnetono and Com- Tampa-Constructon of now $!,- .t
there. A. Colllna and Wright. heirs of J. N. Thomaa, deeeaaed.
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION It. D. anv.> a corporation and against the d.r.n".n. to begIn .
Complainant .. .1. V. Jones and Ethel Jones the 501,000 rulvtr-Pant
"You sugar-pie to 2..StI.11. un..I..n.1 i
were a come over I I .. at early .
In Circuit Bill to Remove Cloud. *to. I Hpeolal Ma.ter In .aid cause .
Court Eighth Judicial' !
and tell me, Bob, as soon as you Bradford County St.te of Circuit ', Edwin I Andrew' ", et, *!. NOTICE T( APPEARIn execute aald Decree, will un Monday th. Bthdny
Florida. In Chancery. '
It appearing from the .1I..Unn..I. theaworn I of October. during th. legal
I exclaimed know 192B hou. County court
heard 'and you bill In the .. thnt the Circuit Court. Bradford County Flor lelbourno-B
filed above stated
can* f f sale thereon before the huua
I how much I appreciate it, don't you D. W. Alvarea. Compalnantva. I[ the residence and ago of the defendant, to- ida. In Chancery In: Starka Bradford County CF\I'I\ : cell the houle belnl ttmnculed and enlarged

_ dear boy?" Margaret Wil.nn and her hunband wit : Edwin Andrew Jan K. Andrews hi. T. J. "I.ran following dr.eribed landa Rltuateil In at cost .
wife Nero Rawln. John B. Fl.her. Charles N. Complainant Ir..o..II'
J. W. Wll.on. Defendant. ; County. Florida, to the highest .
lie did for I felt it in the pressur Tt appearing. bv affidavit appended to the I I Fiche William H. Hearford. Sarah A. Hc?. v* ca.h. to-wlt :
of his hand when he said good-bye. bl'l' filed In th. above-elated ...... that Marparet I ford his wife : Uli-h.rJ P.I.Mr.. Charlotte M.. Solomon W. Fish et al.! All that portion of tha : ; quarter Okechobe-k- new Sunset
\ Wll.on and her W. WIlaan.the Puddy. hi. wife: William C. l.nn.l are all! unknown Dd..nd.nt. of the Southwest quarter o f :Twelve rushed t
.!j: defendant therein l : :.:.t.J:; non-re.ldent. I I and that there I I. no person (In the Bill R.m. Cloud etc. ((12)) Town.hlp' Eight. (it) South T.en.tylwn (
or th. ataU. of Florida and their rcaldenc I. late. of Florida the ......Ir. of aubpoen noon It appearing from the allevatujna( of th.aworn (22) Fa.t. lying. on the Rat of the completion.
The morning came for the spend- unknown and the of whom would bind said defendant ; th.t It I. bi filed In the .bo..tat eaiiae rlnht.of.way of the Georgia' Southern and!

the-day pnrty at Valerie's house. She twenty-on. year are; over It la :::.,o I I I believed by the Comnlalnanta that thi acid that th) ( ..''en...W.and Flail... 8. W. F !. Mar.,* Florida Railway .ne containing Nln. ((9) Palmotto-Contract awarded for

.,MbaJ come by and begged me to be ordered* b that* and are ash hereby non-realdenta required: to an.defendant I I = mI'"o'h: : ;::'.n renldencea.: nr* Tnterrated and a ea:! 1 i vnn-l to-wlt-H Solomon.h. Mr. 8. W. .h. widow a of S. W. acre>Bait.. more pale 1o or lie lea.made pursuant lo and for paving and Improving local stroetn)

;ir' there. "Please -come, Sallie," aha in- pear to the bill of complaint filed In aald. I Inu. II In the property: Involved In this suit and that I Kl.h Sarah. S. Clement O. P. Younit T. the .atl.faotlun of aald Deere with en.t, sanitary storm sewers to ba laid in
.. before 'I complainant doei not known and! ha. not been W. .t, L.t.. Colvln. B. W. Prluiter., VI. M. JOHNS ,
,"b, listed "we haven't had a chance to on or Monday the Dth day or'. Souter anil! John ... Trustees. several streets.runta .
r October. A. D.. ID28. othewlee the alien.tlon. able to n.errtaln whether any of aafd known lame T. Mrl" :1.-* see you for such a long time." or .aid bill will b* taken. eonfrcaed by laid ,' ,I defendant nit dpa '
defendant I believed by complaInants In aald worn bill llow< ."P* There was no reason why I should It I. further ordered that this order b I I that there !, a tieraon or are persons Rmm..".. ;J. II Kalman. John, I). Hllthrand.N.I .
'.J not go. Besides, it would be rather on.. a week for elirht eonaeeutlv*weeka pub- I I ed In the property Involved I : In ;. hte.t: I i H.. Hennlno. W. T llennlnir. Furl F. Parka. NOTICE TO APPEAR dened.
Bradford County who.. nam or name and! are or Sara. I .7 F Young W. P. Sandrr. J. II. Young, C.
nice being with the girls again. It publliihed In ..1<1 County and a.n.1 and who.. renldunc are unknown to complain II "II.". W. W. liarwond.! Francis O. In Court. Flrhlh Judicial Circuit, Lake Worth Residence
hadn't been their fault after all, thatI 111.h.d. Augnat 9rd. 1829. I antii : Th..r..... It In ordered that the aald Bud. Helen Howell M. Tarrol II. Cra- .{ County Florida.E. conltrurto
O. W. ALDRRMANClerk I known defendant) who are heretofore named roll I J. Orundmerer. Thomaa foray and! hero to reach $500,000 lal.i
had received such shabby treatment Circuit' Court i I In this ord.... If living and If d."" all p... Wm Iladfleld! .. all unknown and that 0.. Complainant
from them when Warren Fisher and By C. A. KN1GT II.. claiming Interest under the paid known ther.* I li no pennn In the State of Florida the Y i Punts Gonlu-Now building! anti
and ..rvi" .' of whom would bind
named defendanta afonald. deeeaaedor subpoena upon
I were said to be having an affair It D F KNIOHT I*"""' C'"kSolicitor i otherwli.. and that .11 peraona whom. I mid .1.l fendanta I and! tht I. la b.llev.1 by Valentine R. I..t et .1 loan asloclntnn. capitalized at "100,-

was their conventional parents, who for Complainant .-.,.nt.l0.1 ever r ear.n: : or namea ar* allecrHl tom b* the (inplainant that said named dtffind Hill T. Remove Dt.nd.nh.. Title and Other 000), organized her*.
: and are to oompla'nanln !' n.". hone .Id.n..and area are unknownIn Relief
had kept them from extending a NOTICB OF APPLICATION FOR TAX be or ar. Inlereated In the property Involved I rmnplnlnant ar* Intereated, In the prop It appearing from the allegation of the
friendly hand. DEFT, UNIFR SECTION STd OF I In thin suit d..rl_ .. follow. lying and erty involved In this ...It. and thnt complainant sworn bill of complaint In the above cau.e, Tampa-Woik of having 20-Inch
o S S S THE GENERAL STATUTES belt' In Bradford County Florida to-wlt .1.! ea not know and haa not been able that tha are and re.ldene. of t the defendant water main under Hillsborough
I .
The ..., whether of .aid known de.fenilanla amlw. I Rve.
Southeast qnarter of the Northeaat any Valentine r R., Mary C A. Drown
': I arrived at Valerie about noon. Notice I I. hereby nlven that Charlea E. Mil! quarter of Section 25 Twp. 4 South, Ranm ; are dead! or alive : an4 that It la b- W. Ttimhlln If living and I dead, then at Michigan Avenue, to begin .
tar and L. Ray, purchaaer of Tax 22 Rest containing' 40 acre more or leaa.Alao I l.cxtil. by complainant In .aid ...orn bill their hel.... , .... tip ...I"n.. ..
,. Anne was there. She greeted me Certificate No. 22!. dated! th. Sth day of July the following described. property Involved -,I thrr; > 1 b : : yeranna t.l Intereated In all unknown. and! there 1. no penon In the Melbourne-New fire and police
i with outstretched arms and pretended A. D. IttlR. h.. flied .aid certificate In my In thla ault described .. follow.. lying' tho ;'.. .. r'I"I'afich whoa. nameor Stale of Florida known to complainant the
office! and baa made application for ta. deed and being In Clay Count Florida. The and whoee realdene service of a .ublioena upon whnm would bind station to ba roiled here
, ; that the reason she had not seen me I tn I In accordance with t law. 'Said cer* Northwest quarter of the Northwest quarter are u"kn..n "m .' .. It the laid defendant. and that It la believed
& was because she knew I was busy at tifleat. embrace, the f ollowinv; :deacrlbedproperty of Section 27. TownshIp S. South Ranne23 I I. ."I..d. that the said known by the complainant! that the named defvndanta I Tavares-White way syitem to hitS
altuated In Ilradford County, Flor containing 40 ..... mor or 1_. ,I i wlio ure heretofore named In thla are Interested In the property Involved In
5J the plant. Her sudden cordiality I ida' to-wlt ISolithwvet Do. and they ar. hereby requrad to appear I tlvlnu and If dead all partiea claiming II In- this .ult. and complainant allege that h* dor Installed In business district.
.-i, could not understand quarter of Northea.t nuarter B_. to the Bill of Complaint filed In said 0..... tereut under the pail' known and named defendnuta not know and by diligent search and Inquiry
.... eo. lion 14 TownshIp S, S. Ran* B.. 40 acre*. on or befor Monday the Bth day of Ortober, I I afureiald. d..d or otherwl.e and ha* not been able to ascertaIn whether any Panama City-Old Chandlog. build
* : we sat about on the porch. :Some Th. .aid land brIne "::-.".dlt: the d.te of A. D. 1921 ; otherwb th. alienation" I of 'pal, that all persona whomaocver whoae name or of the defendanta ..hOo realdene. la alleged.
of the girls stretched lazily in deep- I th. Uauanc of aurh certificate In the n.m. Bill will b. t.k.n.. eonfeaaed by the d.. name are alleged to be and ..unknown toeomi'Tninant n' unknown., ,I. dead or alive and It la alleged ing moved to make way for new llfuc-
of It. D. Clayton. Un!I.. aald certificate ahall fendanta. that may b. or are I..ter.t In bv the .complainant In hr. aworn bill of complaint tures.
r cushioned swings a few others had : b* redeemed according to law tax deed will It la further ordered that thl. order be pub- the property Involved In thl suit aafollnwi. that he b.llevra ther are persona in.trr.ei.I .
brought their sewing along. After I laiuo thereon on the 21lt day of September. ?"btf on. each west for four .0n'I1I. ', lying and being Bradford County In the iad{ property Imotved In this
weeka' |In I| t tTh Tavaros-Contracts to bo let September
A. D. 1925. the Mradford County Telegraph. a 'In..I, towit. .ult whom. and age and whoa real
3. half hour or more of disconnected Wit.... my official alitnatnr.. and ...! thl. new.naper publIshed In Bradford County Northeaat quarter, of Northeast quarter ,lu.n0 are unknown.m. tn eoir'i'aliient' : and In 7, for first unit ot Lake roun.ty's .
girl-chatter, there followed a silence the 17th day of Aunmt.. A. D. 1826. Florida. and else published once each week! of S. ,threat quarter of Northweat, quarter and .aid, bill rdlef I. priyed a>>nln.t auch known ,
O. W. ALDERMAN for four conaecntlve week.. In the Clay Conn. Wr-t half of Smitheait quarter of Northea.t and unknown penon 75,000,000() hard road,! program.
-the kind of silence forced .on a group I (Seal Clerk of th. Circuit Court of tlrad- Iv TmM a newspaper publ,ahd In Clay 'I 1 quart. r of Northwest quarter and North half THKIIEPORK It |I. ordered that ni per.onnamed .

by some one whose thoughts are ford County, Florida. Oittnty. Florida. I i of rthweet and! Northwest quarter fn this! order, If living. and I 0..1 all Mount Iora-NoW railroad bridge
By C. A. Knl"ht.a.UIIt81I Thl. the lot thy: of A. and"Uthweat : of Nortliwi.t quarteror pernitia claiming. any Interest I.,. or
charged with a message they are Deputy Cl.rfc.NOTICB s.rt.w. fiJ'iMAN: ithwent, .."rt. .. West half of Houlh1 through the .. d ilcfndnntff, nforeHald.. to. to be constructed over. Uifthland Avt- ,

eager to tell. I I Clerk of Circuit Court. I 1 ennt quarter .. .. quarter of North.0'.Ot .-. ......1 or otherwise: and th.t.1 persons nue. 'se .
"I OP APPLICATION FOR TAX By C. A. KNIOHT Muarter and Weet half of Mo.lh..t qu. whom.oever. whose ""m., reetinr* I .
guess you know I had broken my, DEED UNDER SECTION STJ OF Deputy C"rl1Rnllrltor l.r Northwest quarter and Kant half of are alleged to be unknown to mpl.ln.nt"nd I
engagement with Curtiss Wriht"g an THE GENERAL STATUTES J. I, FR",ZEE Bout) oat quarter of Southwest quarter ofNorUweat all persons whoso n.m. I. ,allege! a. I Subring Now $173,000 county
I for Complainant t-4-Rt-10-g quarter and Snuth half of Rnuth- known whot realdene I I. beyond the fltata courthouse to bo built here.
nounced Anne. There it was, like Notice la hereby "lv.n that ;J. C. Roblnaon.purchaeer .. eliot M, tarter of Northweat quarter and North- of Florida that. may b* of are jntereeted In ,
that. With no introduction or leading of Tax Certlflcat. No. 128. dated ...t uuarter of rViuthbaat 'Iu"r.| of Northweatimri the hereinafter deMrlhed property, or any I
i Ihe tnd. day of July. A. D. 1823, has filed MA8TBR-B SALE '|, > r kite two and .n. .0. In the rart thereof lying and hnfng In IlradfordTountr Oviedo-This town to have eloctrla!
t question to break tha ice. I|i aald certificate In my off.,. and haa mad Soul) mat corner thereof : all Section Florida, .. follow : and,I white system.
Nolle power way
"Why no," came a chorus of voices application for .tax deed to In accordance I yin ,,. hi hereby! liven that under and fcy 11. T wnahlp Eight (9)). South. Rang Twenty- Thy Rest half o..rlb.1 ,' .. nu.rter of
with law. Said certificate I of that cerln'n' Final Deere. of t..... i I, ton 122) E *t.Al .
embrace the fol it Northeast of ftnetton 8 ven (T).
"tell us about it, Annel"! lowing described property. altuaUd I In Bradford I .1000u. ma,!. ami rendered on August toth :i> Northwest quarter of Nnrth.t 'I"."- .Qn.rt.((7), flouth RAnie, Twuntv(22) Bartow-New $20,000 hollow til*
I Town.hlp
"Look, she hasn't even pot: on her] County Florida to-wlt I of A. the D. ly.SH.., "' "" ".W. A. V. Loo.. ;Jndve* I....f Section Three ((91. Township Seven 17)) !.? RasP. apartment house to ba constructed 4,
Com. II ft. s. of IIovth..., Cor. of J. C. I I Court. In and for Bradfordi Kr, nth t Ranva Twenty-two ((221 F.,t. Alan fo .tn the eli bill of .complaint en
ring. Itobinaon'a lot and run Went papallel! with ?Wi. Flnrid. 'In th.1. _.In' *..n.. wher On" '.t of land In Sterhe being. 24O( :yard.Nurll. or before appear the Fifth day of ru-tober.) A. D. here.
"I'd never give up that attractive ia'd' lot TO ft. S. IDS ft. E 105 ft. N. tift ft. W. Kit* la complainant' and A. ;I. John.inn I' '1 and South and lift yards Feet and and In due course define and up '
88 ft.. N. 9ft. to bee In Nortbwcat quarter ofSouthwret {"d Tnrnml ;Jahnaon hi. wlf. and West lying and being In the Southea.t corner 1.28. Issued
o. claim interest wh 'h Rradenton Building permit
or < |I -
man! and so on. Each had a question quarter Stark. SI!. Town- "ii Fertlllser eomPany. a corporation p of tlu. Southeast quarter of the flrmtheaatquarJ .hlav.
the above denerlbcdInnil.
have tn
to ask. I remained perfectly I chin; t. S. Ranir In Eaat. fondant.. the un..lwe. .Special Maater. I r. Heetlnn T..nty.nin.291.). Township .. or, *mav acid bill taken .. first seven months of this year total
The paid land being anenit at the d... afth I wi off. for o ..1 for each to''I Six n. Boitth. Rae,,. Twenty-two. (22) Ea.t.ontnlnlng med a.alnat .I h $1,023,070.
still but goodness knows how many laauanea of a..!, certlfteat In th. name I highest and bidder In of the I II five acres more or Ua. It I. further you.onlertd that tile order ,
"lady) daisies" I'll have to rip out of of Unknown. Unleaa! laid shall be I I I r."rt.i ho".. door In Stark Bradford County I Be and the hereby are" to an.peer llnhed on.*. a week for for.r con.ecitlv b mn'l
redeemed according tn lw tax deed ..\IIIath.reoa ;.a Monday the Fifth day of October: to the bill of In laideaunp Itradforil Davenport-Davenport Garage and
the fancy babay'a dress I was embroidering. cue on the Slat day of September. A. I A. D. !1925. dl.ln.the Imal hour of .,,1.. for on or hr..,. Monday the Bth elO ofOebilirr. In the of rcneral m publl.heit Battery Co. planning tA erect new
; the prpoa. ..' "' '" said n..p..r cfroulntlon ,
D. 1825.Wltne.. ? find' deer... the A. : oth.rl.the alleirat'ona ., Rradford .
.* my official algnaturv. and! ...1 thui I I fnltnwIe.. described' real .eet.te. .11... lylnic: : of Oi!,I hilt will 12 taken .confessed by the Wltnem. the Honorxble nll..I,* 'of th* laid $20,000 garage and filling station.
"Well if. like this, Anne continued the 17th day of Angu.t.. A. D. 192$. I wIt and. being In Bradford County Florid.. d.t.n.l.nla.I Circuit and the ...1 of the
"I don't mind telling all aboutIt O. W. ALDERMANSeal I to-I I. further ordered that this order be pub. Clerk' of r".P* well a. hla algnatur., Madison-State road No. 9 near
you The Northra't
( ) Clark ef the Circuit eou,> of Bradford qnarter of the Routhweit each week for four ennnecuttv weeka. ,"r .
A. D Id'jn.O.
I.h.d thl. the 2nd day September.
If you'll promise not to tell. You "' here coated with and
County. Florida.By nu"rt._ .rr'L"11 I2S>, T..n. .df..d County T.I..p. newa.pane W. ALDERMANClerk being slag a-
., .
see when Curtiss returned from Cali- C. A. Knlgfct. Rang. Twnty,* publ shed In ..lto' Florida. Clrcu Court. phalt. t
t-Sl-ft-B-lt Deputy Clerk. Eaat. containing forty: acre more Ar lee*(21 Thl. the Srd day of A. D. 1921.O County Florida
fornia the other day he brought his ___ A. 8 CREW".Y. W. ALDERMAN By C. A. KNIOHT)8eal

brother with him. Well, the morning ?NOTICB OP APPLICATION TO SILL MIX- 14 8pl.' M..t. Clark Circuit C.. ) ( Deputy Cleric Leosburg-Tentative plani under
A. n. CREWS for widening Main street to 30
they arrived I passed them In Bolkltor way
my .mp1aln.nt '.4. "IO.1 (Seal" Deputy Clerk.r. Solicitor for t-4-St-lO-t
car I didn't aee them but Curtiss NOTICE I Ii hereby gvn that the' nndralgnd M ;JOHNSSilleilor Ointplalnant feet.
aa Otiardlan ef the pron aad prop- for Comptaient455.l52 _
told me the next day that the moment arty ., Ida. afar P.o.". minor heir mt law *f NOTICE TO CITIZENS NOTICE TO APPEAR IUines City New $25,000 apartment r
his brother' Ida May Fanny Decee..,. and bet, of fcrgrandfather. NOTICE -
knowIng I
set eyes on me, not Ely Hleka. -.*. lat of N..t. hereby: given to the .11.n. a tn rimll Cr Clrhth ;Jndld.l ClrcmltBradford building being constructed at

that we were engaged exclaimed, Bradford Coorut,.. Flolda. will apply to nuesr of the County.' d Florid*. that, I N la Ceunty ;Jed .'. Ce rt. Bradferd Centy, r. F.rd.In Cnaneery.r. Cleveland street and Greenwood Ave.
of .
County (
"Great Scott there the who Oeorg*t:1' .. County Jodg 0' Bradford .mlulon. Flerld. In ... .. c. Ortffla.
!goes girl of Bradford : : at hla .11.. bill County. Florida wi Int".* (n Ke: Ketat of Jonua Hall. Dee.aa.d. Cmpl.lunl Due.I .
was mixed u pwlth Major Christopher Stark. Florid. an tb Sth day of September. I the neat ._''on of To William Hall. laura White. Alice Cum.mln I, _
In that rotten scandal A. D. IMS. at two cloak. p. mt.. or aa aoon Gn..1 0. Spe.ial' u ./ the *'. *. Claudl. ".mlln.. ". H'tward Rlgwhy.Pick Armond B Krlft, et al. Haines City-New Crosby-
at camp. thereafter .. eaa be heard for authority to .atlrldn. the _.<| ?, County Com ml. Rlxl-y. Ralph Rufua Rjnby,., Defendanta.Illll firm
"It seems," Anne continued "that cell al private ..!. for the .teat p..... which and eli fired?.. County. Florida to ban ', Florenc. Rig.hy. ..v.I' Rlgnhy. Jonua Riff. t. ....tleed. Q..le Tilt and Other Myers Lumber Co., to locate here.

Curtisa had out. from New Yorkto can be obtained therefor all the right title time .. not m.. .th. '11 00 worth 0' kv and all other Intereated p.rt": JREET- Rll.r ,
gone and lntrat af the Mid I minor. la .and la the erranfa to bear INnS It appearing from allegatlnna of th. Haines telephonewire
Camp Donaldson to say /goodbyeto following deaerlbed Ian..., situated 'In Bradford .'St". at the rte .f .1. pey n$ pep annum foy You ar* each of :you ar. hereby oottl.d] worn Mil nf eomplafnt In the above atatedeuie City-0,000 feet
hi. brother before County ta-erlt I ..... "u. 0' purshasin and Installing an tht William Hall aa admlnl.trator that the ee. end residence of the defendant placed underground; additional
sailing for A one-tenth undivided. loUrt In the Wet .tr.1.1 I. th. four* Hona. I In estate of Jonn Hall deteaned. late af Bred Armand B. KiltS. Mltehael Hartnett.
feet Imbedded shortly.
France. He reminded him of the day bait ef the Southeaet quarter and the Et!} ; BV5foi County. Florida. A., .ah.'r ford County Florida hM filed In the above Abraham Simon. TKarlea 'Robert. 1. D. McLemore 15,000 to be
they half. of the Bouthweat orter. ef SeatloejThlryene said Board of County named court a petition praying for an orderof S. C. Lane. T. W: PI'I. W. It. f joe.
were at the station and he pointed Townehlp Seven Range levy e u* of not more 1n.. this ort to be granted authorlalng aaldptlonar C. r ". kl..*. Agne U ". H. B. H..... Dade City-Bids opened for hard-
out a girl who was boarding a Tw.nty.two Eaat. a etrI-: .f land *. doll. .. all >f the t.t.hle property ( to ski possession of and aell. a*, and Iff. C. Thnmpwin If living and If dead) surfacing approximately 150 miles
Southbound the North aide of the Nortaw quarter ef real and pemonal and .Iu. In *al train. Then he told him the Southeeat quarter sad the Nertheaat quarter for two yen for the .1. ... ef aa a portion of the aaeeut of the .t.1a lgnc, ar .1 unknown and there I I. no road construction In Pasco county.
that she was the girl who had cagsedfaJol' *f the Southwe quarter of aJbeot three t r.tIri Iur the w..t with their Intereat. Jonu* deceaeed eel, real e.tate lying In the .. of Florida known t.omplalnantth
acreat abo ene half acre la the Northweat Said warrants publ.. .1..0 April 1. and H.I.I. Bradford County Florida. and .I. of a subpoena u whom would Haines New $100,000
be r
Christopher to demoted and ......? *f the Norton quarter. of the Soatawt lTt. and 11504.00 deerriMMi aa (ollowaiBeginning hind .Id defendant : and that It U he- City- that.
transferred. Well," Anne gave an quarter 'la Seatlcfa. Thirty-eae. ?Towmaal T. V. JOHNS ., th* Snuthea.1 i..f the I'eved! by the that the >ald named building to be con trete
exaggerated of gv*.. South Raaee frees, ec.- Member of th. Florida Legtolator flouthweat quarter of _.h.... ., SeetlonTwntyon defendant are IntereateH (In the property. Involved I St. and Hind-ion u
shrug the shoulders, Ulalng eo Buadred d/ty-el.* and eec. belt ..1-1 U.l.l. Bradford County. (21). TownshIp 8I. ( South In this inlt and complainant doe not ,
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Telegraph the past two years. Ills BOND
Bradford County so faithfully Mitchell, and (Continued from page 1) I
Miss Maud '
-:- -- = I assistants, .lao true and ground when more than 5,000 feet in (Coninucd from page 1) FERTILIZER
; = :=-= -= Mrs. Belle Weest, are aboard this '
weekly and entered ai tried, having done satisfactory workIn the air. The seven men but he never arrived.An .
; Published to this. The section were killed instantly. naming Cheerer as the j
post previous inquest
the school
second class matter, at our for successful school year is' The big section, carrying, twenty-I killer was held before G. W. Geiger,
nutlook a
office at Starke, Florida. ._ |I encouraging. The patrons of six officers and men tossed aboard the'in county 'judge at Green Cove Springs, i

__ --- -Own.rJ I "pry showed much interest in the air for a short time while and Tuesday the youth will \
B. 8. MATTHEWS- _________-__- -_ EduOW.1;I the the school school by their kind attendanceat crew fought heroically to bring it be given a preliminary hearing. Get my prices before placing your
section was
KOIUNSON___._._._-Minigln* I! under control. This Meanwhile, he Is being held without
J. C. I Rev.chapel.E. S. Taylor, pastor of the unevenly balanced that further it settled i bond. I order for Fertilizer. It may pay I
where it was Sea- -
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY first Christian church here, made avery I ground the mid-section fell ;, Guy W. Seashole, head of II'' '
---- -- interesting address to the chll1 '' The bulk of and three survi- shole Funeral Parlors here, was call- You especially in Car Lots. ;
-- small grove both
-- SUBSCRIPTION RATE clren as well as parents. Supt. H. B. ''. yore a shinned their way down to the ed to the burial.scene and Double prepared funeral services -.

__________ '1.50 'Wiggins, of Stark", was also present ground. Radio Gunner Raymond bodies for at Middle-
Per Year _________ 1 with his kind words of encouragement ('olt', who was making his first flight will be held today I GOOD STOCK USUALLY

a Six Months _______. ___________ Ibe : and appreciation of the work.A. I i I aboard the Shenandoah was badly Injured i! burg. in Double Murder is Completed -

I A. McDonald is having his large when the mid-section fell. He ,|1 Inquest At Mlddleburg
II Main St., repainted ; ON
II I two-storv residence on screen may recover.High i Jacksonville, Sept 8.-Special dep-
and is adding new the
i at
sheriffs were on duty
er I I work. which is quite a convenience as I school Natalie Lamb, Savannah I, uty Clay County ajil in Green Cove DELIVERYCan

well as an improvement. \ Ga.high I| Springs last night, guarding Rufus

Miss Wilma Manus, who has been school-Miss Ruth Mitchell Chesser, 17, of Middleburg, held

r j I the guest of Miss Elise Dirt for several in- ,, 'I Grovcland, Fla.Grammar I I there on charges of murdering a girl furnish Formula
to her home last any
: I days returned i{ school-Mrs. Mary Johnson he wooed and his brother-in-law,

Ala bun county last Sunday. Warren, :Miss Billie Saturday night. 'I|
Mrs. R. B.
Ml>". W. R. Kennedy, of Macon, Is : Miss Alberta fuelling, Mrs. :' No violence is feared, Clay county
tR cousin, Mrs. Aillena Regan, reiterated, but they said they
her all
Mrs.. OlivA Handley, (
It. L. ,
has :
there :
chances as
No. 49;)I ilighxal Cudwoll.Pearce, moved his family to of Lake Butler. > are been taking some talk no of mob attack on the DARBYI
in National P. J. cnthuaiatstic and piritual A M0
Membership A must 1 I
( i
a Association) his new home which he recently purchased missionary rally was held with the youthful slayer. 11 o'clock, 'I'I'I
It is known 1 Yesterday morning at .
J. E. Toney.
of I
I 1 I
-- when represen-
editor church today, Dil-
unit,( t Ilin II Florida 'I cottage. i Baptist Sally Dories, 44, and Lawrence
Every now ilK the Toney W. M. Societies of
visits the Hail'.Til ]prison farm and 1 Emery Priest, of Green CoveSorlnA's :: tatives from all Santa'Fe River aberry, 40, the victims, were buried
wonderful improvements District No. 1, of the the early afternoon
brother. During
of the many is the guest of his at Middleburg.
writes and three societies from I .
Superintendent Association which was begun ---- -
that Herbert Priest this week. | an .I que
to _
there. Florida has a central AxHociaton, visiting came. : tne killings, was completed -
!I II after
making soon
i In
hutch honor ZIFF Mrs. I. W. Wesley, District judge. -
farm run on the J I gether. before G. W. Geiger county

model prison It has received favorable School opened here\ President, presided; and the following j I II The coroner's jury which had PROMPTLYINMAN
system. all over the United Slate*.- Ziff, Sept. 11.- fine program was rendered: named Chesser as the slayer ordered YOUR MONEY
1 Monday, Sept. 1, and progresses 0:45 m., the meeting was calledto held first degree murder I
be on
B. : a. that he
Unlon.m T. I
Timee- I under the management of Prof. of & RITCHREI'HESENT
I order by Mrs. I. W. Wesley, charges without bond. The Clay

HAMPTON: ; \ Pinholster Mr and of Mrs.Brooker.It. B. Thomas and, Waldo, president. I county grand jury meets the second THE BEST LEADING
Devotional by Miss Johnnie Ellison Monday in October and circuit court INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE
last Saturday
Archer, spent daughter, Hazel, spent 'I
Dyal, of \ after.
Miss uncle, J. V. afternoon shopping in Brooker.Mr. of Waldo. there convenes 1 ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE
the week-end with her of Graham "Home of the Soul," by i Youth's Kin Testify. |I II BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
Mrs. Hester I' and Mrs. I. W. Dyal i, Duet- yesterday's ,
grandmother I introduced at
Jones, and.Helen McCauley Evidence
hero with relatives Misses essica Henley PROMPTLY
spent which MADE
Jones of this city. m 'I I of Waldo. I final session of the inquest ,
and friends.
family and supported -
Mr. Oscar uboHo and Mr. Henry Shaw of Daytona spent Welcome address, Mrs. J. E. Maines was held at Middleburg,
Uubone, who have been vls- I 1 first'stories of the killing. Jim Chesser.
Mire Ruby his family. Butler W. M. S.
here Lake
and Monday of .
Mr. president slayer -
of the alleged --
their grand parents, 21, a brother -
sting Shaw and chhildren, Ira O. T. Moncreif, ,
Mrs. Henry Mrs. :
have recently returned [ Response Dilaberry's widow, who were ----
Mrt' David I Louise and Fred, left Fridayfor of the As ,
their home at Vcro.Mrs. I Ruby of Alachua, president witnesses, testified that the
to | eye
after spending
andchildren, Lacrosse sociation.An 1 Chesser, their brother, was .
i Sullivan ,, younger:
Marion Mr. and Mrs
with her parents, the Great
t the guests of excellent paper on 'the slayer and their testimony indicated -
of Miami, have been Mrs. Josephine J. B. Thomas. Commission was read by Mrs.. they bitterly condemned him. I J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
mother. children
Mr. Sullivan' 1 Mr. mail Mrs. J. W. Lewis and -
j of Hampton. I sister
I !" Sullivan. They left lust Saturday 1 the week-end at New Rlvlor. -. Alexander I Willie Jeff Boyles, a younger ,
sJ, for Vero;where they will visit friends spent Piano Duet, by Misses Altha Hicks -of the girl killed, and also a witness, -
i and relatives before their return. \I Gid Howard and sister, Miss Elleii I1 and Jessica Henley of Waldo. was unable to appear before the INSURANCEAGENCY
al]; caused
from condition
City, isvisiting session. Reports Her physical> |
Miss Alt[ Toney of Lake Mallie Shaw of Fairbanks speni t Business jury.
and | '
i the
this week. represented. I doctors to advise her against
Miss Cleo Saxon < societies

1.1} Miss Bessie Maxwell, who has been I i Saturday E. J. Dowling afternoon, of here.Hampton, an 1 'j Vocal Solo, by Miss' Ada Registers strain of repeating the fire story two of loads how \ ESTABLISHED 1886

\ visiting friends and relatives In Clyo, Vollie McKinney of Graham, wen s Lake Butler. ('she- watched- -Chesser-
here thisweek. of buckshot into ner sister's' body I
Ga., returned to her home here Monday on business o'clock-Addre by Rev. Dr.
I! 11:00: Jacksonville. SubJect '' while the wounded girl begged for a STARKE FLA.
Brittain, of
Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes have as IlltAUFORll\ I "The Things Supreme." ': kiss and mercy as Cheerer preparedto \
'' :
B.I shot.
week their son, fire the fatal I
their guests this Mr.1Haynel '| Bradford, Set."lMr.. and Ilrs. I Benediction by Pastor II. E. Rlde- Girl Just Friend.
It. liuynes.
; Haynes, and assistant Mrs. postmaster at'Winter O. W. Barry, were visitors to Sturka nour. I II Both Judge Geiger: and Sheriff E.\j __
Is the .
( dinner In I.
He spends his annual ,, Monday. I A sumptuous basket ( J. Weeks yesterday asked the Times-I i -
Haven. i --
; his He and: Miss Cantey Oliver of, grove. Union to make plain the character cf < I
vacation with parents. spent, the week-end with Mills Lucille 1:30: m.-Meetlng called to order ( Certain reports of the'I
tits wife are former former residents i I p. the dead girl. I price paid in this country by the
friends'' Harrell. I by District president. killings first reaching Jacksonville ; fur .
have Farms Company
and many Carnation
of this place I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Layfiled, of Devotional by Mrs. R. D. Davis of Chesser and she were
indicated that
them. | I' Holstein bull-$102,000.
I Ij
to se
who glad I
I here are 1 1hiWyekI
of Strike was a professional -'! I'alm Harbor, were visitors here i Mel rose.I sweethearts and that he shot her ;
MMdlvton, ,
j Dr. last week. by Misses Hicks, Allla- when he found the be
visitor here this week. I Quartette and Dilaberry i These prices show what can
: Mr. Jack Dlackwelder of Lake But- Henley and McCauley, of Waldo. with his brother-in- animals.
Smith and family left last | son, girl in company done by breeding among
W. 11. Mellviaw where Mr. Smith' ler, was a visitor here Tuesday. I| Address on Persontl Service, by law. You can get a perfectly good bull
Sunday for with the S. '1 Cophus Harrull, of Jacksonville, Mrs. A. C, Strickland, of Lake Butler 1 "She loved another, not Rufus 7. for $-10. But a little orange in

c has accepted a position They won ', WIM thc gunst of friends and relatives Apportionment and Enlistment, by Chesser," Judge Geiger said. "Her association the shape of life animal produced -
.. Railroad us agent. j and selection
A. I of Alachua, careful of
i wihle here and are here Sunday. I Mrs. O. T. Moncrief, with him, according to her by a

many friends missed In... our community 'I! Mr. anti Mrs. N. C. Cornerly! of further discussed by Dr. Brittain of i friends was more the association ofa I the mysterious chromosomes,
greatly Quintons.of Plant City, were the guests of Mr. and Jacksonville I 1 woman with a younger boy makes a big difference.
P. J. Wynn, and. son grown of eugenics think careful -
of Students
Auburndale are visiting Mrs.I IWynn's | Mrs. Allen Conerly, Tuesday.Miss \ W.. M. S. Pageant by Society, she wished to inspire. Sally Boyles breeding will produce equal
Hicks,1' Nannie Lee Layfield of Palm Lake Butler. I fine of Florida womanhood '\
Mrs. Elizabeth was as a tyflj Arthur Brisbane Improvement in human beings.They .
mother Mrs. E. J. King. I I Harbor, was the guest of her cousin. Tithing by Rev. W. B. Hicks, of as the state produces and a'', y are mistaken.

and sister, ,' Miss Lucille Harrell, last week. 1 Waldo. I striking example of a Christian soul. |

Mrs. It. L. Dirt, Keth and daughters who have I W. H. Harrell left Sunday for Pack Sunbeam demonstration by Sunbeams ____ __ | AMERICA'S ENEMY-FAT. Learned men Including church-
Misses Visiting\ Evelyn Mrs. Dirts' mother, Mrs. '| sonville where he will spend a few of Lake Bhter, Miss Ruth A SHORT-HORN BULLA men, once taught that there was

been days with his brother, Lee llarrell. I Roberts leader. roof to this earth, solid, held up
returned a
f, Cioolsby; of Alachua county I I I Mr. Layton Weeks, of Alachua, wasa Solo, vo al-Mrs. C. C. Sigman, of Greeks! Mart""' Use O u 'n.The timeswere ROOF TO THE EARTH. by its own strength and called
their home last Friday.! Greeks li Homerl
to and family of Lees- visitor here Saturday. Lake Butler. .-,idiot'' '!\*'ol 11'+. Copper 10-POUND BABY?-WRONG. the sky.
Futch \ v
A. A. I| Mrs. W. H. Harrell, and son. Luther Resolutions of appreciation of the t When Galleo denied it and said
visited Mr. Futch's parents I tin: HIM' 't; nytvl >y llfI round ball whirling
burg, of Melrose. the earth was a
I motored over to Worthington Springs Mrs. Preston,
Mr. an.! Mrs. W. S. Futch, and Mrs. I 1 I I Friday afternoon. I day by to kind expressions by
Futch's sister, Mrs. K. B. Waterson Response I Ai'lulie, 'Iv -11'varr.o'imwers\ ocean travel, riding on down on his knees saying that he
I I I Misses Lois and Toledo Galney, of H. E. Ridenour. 3o; alluHiou flying In an airplane T abhorred
last Sunday and Monday.Mr. 'I, In tae! iiiUiixii ernQou or "retracted abjured and
Futch and family are former Brooker, were the guests of friends The Association president urges tu tu la uuud to the "Odj The answer, given by Mr. Johnson his false which happened
and have many '{ here Saturday afternoon. the attendance of all W. M. Societiesat of the National Life Insurance to be perfectly true.
of town, &<
residents our AlachuaIn er
'I the Annual meeting at Company, is FAT. -
friends here who are always glad to imOOKEIl ,

>I-'A'."... October. I The idea of a solid sky above
q see J.v>F.v Johnson has Installed acety-] Brooker, Sept. 11.-Miss: Minnie Benediction by Rev. S. S. Proctor. A Pan Fashion j je I than Fat anything kills Americans else. Fatty more rapidly degeneration us, with stars planted in it here
the weekend and there, faded out. But now tile
Tillis of \ spent
in his large two story Jacksonville heart kills
of the
lene lights many.
I II modest the
j .",. west of the depot. The here with friends and relatives.Mr. Orlando-I n 1922, a very Fat accumulates on middle-aged! radio experts of the Navy say
h residence of art "roof of
his '. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholstcr and for the manufacture kills them earth actually has a
furnishes lights for plant business men, and that
dame plant and kind. It exists, presumably,
I Ever-ready Cafe, and highway garage MUs! Lobedia Pinholster, of Tampa,I pottery was placed in the city making before their
the Auto Inn, which are located II IIi spent the week-end here with friend began its climb Into rise.notoriety The, small In old age especially fat is dan- away into the ether, "an ionlied
old it is most
And in
I phenomenal
tear his dwelling. and relatives. { a gerous. age region in the higher levels of the
i Real estate is still on a boom here. Prof. C. A. Williams and MI.sesl beginnings have assumed the propor N. P. difficult to get rid of dangerous fat. atmosphere," the scientists call it.
with lee
this extremely hot'weather I' Smith Brown and Anderson all spent tion of a real industry II The heart won't stand exer
It seems that Y. McCoul- take the fat oft. The
I that
J. might
appetites :Sunday'\ at Lulu. Yowoll, as president! "
gives the people an business men I feeble will cannot control diet. The "Imponderable ether, so
for real estate. Clydi) Ward, ef Jacksonville, spent lough, vice- president, have : 'tY 6 916 dense that solid steel In comparison

Col. J. V. Cutrls, and Dr. O. 1V.Clayton Sunday here as guest of Mrs. T. P.1! in the city. The small buildings structure The safest place In the world as Is like a coarse fish earn certainly

( of Ft. Payne, Ala., are bust- Ward. I been replaced by a $50,000 of tile a I 'i.X4 regards accidents is the cabin of a doe enclose our and

visitors here this week. Miss Lois and Toledo Gainey enter. with capacity for 1,000 feet the d I big steamship on the ocean. 1U thin atmosphere.

II ness Rev. and Mrs. E. S. Taylor who ed school at Starke Monday. I, day. The basic clay used is from Next in safety comes a railroad Radio waves such as we use mar

6 have recently made a tour of South L. H. Gainey was a visitor to Graham ''Okahumpka district with some }o train, and before long the flying be able to navel science outside will that\ find at
from Georgia and Tennessee. r machine will be safer than either. mosphere.
Monday. brought
Florida returned to their home here I form R other wave that will take
I Quite a number from here attended | Some of this clay comes in lump .1 The man in greatest danger is some .
last Saturday. I and all clay u.l is the fat man past middle age, eating messages to other planets.If
church New River and powder
at Saturday in a I
A. J. Durden, of Tampa, is spending some fine as ilour heartily and hurriedly when light-producing wave
i I this week with his mother, Mrs. T. J. I Sunday. I deruced to a_ powder as grade ft' be Is tired. Don't insure him. travel from the sun to the e_
.I Durden.A. Miss Lois Gainey spent Saturday in order to insure the tine -- I at men will find some wave that wl

A. McDonald, of Switzerland.Is I afternoon at Worthington Springs.Mr. I porcelain required. I II ( Good news for little automobile carry information fropi the earth

spending this week with his family and Mrs. O. W. Berry spent II I owners. Gasoline prices are to the sun and beyond.

here.ltlr.. Monday in Starke. I slashed all over the country. Yesterday -

and \Mrs. A. A. Durden and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Stuart, of Starke in Eastern territory, the Learn proud parents, that the

Herbert and Hilda, were spent Sunday here. I S.J cut was three cents a gallon In much praised "ten-pound boy ba
children, week. the Middle West many buy go* by" isnt the thing at all The average
1 I I Visitors to Jacksonville this who LAKE BUTLER under 14 cents. It makes a big normal boy baby: weigh 73>
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McKeever difference to those that count the pound at birth.

have been spending the summer In Lake Butler Sept. 11.-Lake Butler ASOU'r -1"1o\e\ ONLV! RIGHTS cost of living and motoring. One learned Italian baa written

South Florida returned to their home'last school opened Monday, August 31st, You HAVE NOWADAYS It means nothing to the biff men a book to prove that

f Friday. with a good attendance of patrons and WHEN\ YouCibtS they don't care what gasoline special diet eo and .womenrnI
Mrs. Clovenettle. of Thcreasa, was pupils. A short address was made by v costs. And many of them, owning the unborn J from '

the guest of her daughter: Mrs. C. R. Supt. Shephard Thomas, C. F. Riven, A 1 oil stocks, feel rather sad. A three- fat for its own sake ::

Manalre last Saturday. Chairman of the local board of trustees STR6tTARE 4MSC cent cut in gas may mean a ISO mother'. sake.

I Mrs. J. F. Johnson and daughter,, and N. E. Roberts mayor of Lake drop in oil stocks.A We have a lot to JtUl1! _
;, the of ruN AAI.. JRcrE taking care oi children before that
guests schools
been Union
Murrel who have Butler. County are
In of
bull sold bOrn Including the science
Mrs. Johnson's cousin, \Mrs. Carver, very nearly all under way ond every $./ +s the Argentine shorthorn" Rpublla was yesterdayfor caving are them from piling\ on) f

of Jacksonville. returned to their homer thing points toward a successful s 160.000, record price for that birth more difficult' .sad

here last Sunday. year. Mr. Thomas Is the youngest I breed The real reoord Is the is loutarkight after blrtk.

Mr. John Jones of Savannah, and county school superintendent in the I 1 ,i > .v

Willie Jones, of Theressa, were dinner State. He is held in high esteem in r I -
II -
guests of Mrs. Josephine Sullivan \ our county and Is a capable man to I -- -- -

last Saturday. fill the position. ,. sold for
said to be the bag on Hillsborough bay, was
J. V. Jones, one of our leading merchants Principal.-J. M. Syfrett, Jasper. "ilQ.1: Tampa-What is cash consideration of $4,500,000.

"' II !giving his store building anew I Sport drat of Pytchley aefate largest single real estate transactionin a owners was
The of the new
coat of paint which Is quite an The Qulnta That Doc "Not' Affect The RffldB ladlanlst design shown this section was closed here today l withheld names but known to be Miami
r.u.0 of Its Inn I. ...* effect. LAXATIVE : American Fabric, Fur and are
Improvement/ BROMO gt1:l/.E"T.b!: he ) e'o be .aken( I I when approximately 2,400 acre front- capitalists ..... :
last ?
here F&&hJG&1 ah.ow.
school opened wtttvout cnamin < 4Arin Ins
The poblle Dusi"*
luibsroteed0 a.W..KQVG bus. JU6FOURTEEN I .. .
saaaan tie
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