Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
September 18, 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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County Engineers Working on I At the last meeting of the Bradford ELECTION FOR BONDS -

This End of StarkeGreenCove ''I County Chamber of Commerce held I CALLED IN NASSAU CO. Stnto- Superintendent Cawthjn Gives

Road I I e Oldest G. A. R. J'J'I I Ijy in the courthouse at Starke, '1 Champion I List of Successful Applicants
Issue $580,000 For Roads To Be Determined
advertising of the county was discussed From Bradford County:
Surveyor have completed the preliminary at length and ended with a on October 20. -

survey for one route of State I suggestion that a drive for funds In I A partial' list of the BiivciiBsful ap-

Road Number 48, the StarkeGreenCove sufficient amount to properly advertise Fernandina, Sept. 16.-A forward ph.':, ante who rucuntly tOOK thu examination

Springs-St. Augustine road, and put our section before the ],'[I step in the progress and development \ + here for urrtificHtos, to teach
running by way of Klngsley lake and : homeseekers in the north and west I of Fernandina and Nassau county 'in the t ). elementary ration of the pub-

Long Branch From the county line!! be put on immedla ely. was taken today when the board of I IuHi'huols |in Florida!' was announced

east of Starke it follows what has I Several members of the commerce county commissioners ordered that recently by W S. Cawthon, state superintendent

been known as the Peek road to a1 body volunteered to become membersof an election be held on October 20, of public instruction.

point! a short distance from the lake'' the committee to solicit funds, and 1025, to determine tha' issuance of! Those announced include the follow

and follows the general shore line to' Chairman Knight appointed them as $580,000 of county bonds for the ing taking the exams from Bradford

where it turns and heads east againin n part of the committee. Only members construction of additional permanent county:

the direction of Long Branch. who will volunteer for this importantwork highway in Nassau county. I' i Mrs. Theresa Kincheloe, Starke;

Whether there will be surveys of f d. AI will be appointed on this com- Included in the projects coveredby T. B. Finholater, Brooker; Harold

other routes on this part of the road '1' mlttee, and Chairman Knight stated the proposed Issue are the highways lai Pinholster Stwrke; Arthur McKae, ,f'

has not been determined. It is the that he would appoint others as they extending from Fernandina to 1 Starke; Miss Norah Luella. Ormond, .

plan' of the Clay county authoritiesto I volunteered. Amelia Beach. A new location for 4 [ Hawthorne; Miss Leilla Sapp Starke;

push the road construction In their I J I\I The amount agreed upon as necessary Yulee and from Fernandina to the t '.Ralph Thomas, Green Cove Springs) 1

county as provided la the bond issuer II If f to have during the next few Fernandina-Yulee project was adopt.ed r Harry C. Wimberly Highland; Barney -

of $515,000 as rapidly as possible.I| months was set at $10,000, the driveto by the commissioners on the C. McRae, Starke; Miss Ruth

This road will give this section a route close October 10th. Live wire recommendation of Engineer N. A. Smith Brooker; Miss Dorothy Pat-

to the east coast by the way of Green |, > members have donated their servicesto Hotard, of New Smyrna Fla., who ton, Starke; Miss Mary L. Carroway,

Cove Springs and St. Augustine, as put this drive over, and this was employed by the board to makea Starke; Miss Benny Arden Brown

well as the short route to the east amount will be well over-subscribed before comprehensive survey of the county n Brooker; Miss Maud\ Mitchell, Hamp

coast by the way of- Palatka.' closing date.CONSTABLE highways. This route shortens the a. r ton.

I distance between Fernandina and Yu.
CLAY COUNTY PROPOSES "Skl per" Matt Green 104.peers 1 JAILED ON DRUNK lee This nineteen year old schoolboy STOP LAND SWAP
HIGHWAY TO STARKE oM, who attended the 5?th -AR. AND DISORDERLY CHARGE by over one milo and eliminatesall Fidel La Barba of Los An AND BUILD HOMES
I encampment at Grand Rapids, I II {I railroad crossings. The new location geles startled the .flitle. world bywinning -

Green Cove Springs, Sept. 11.- Mich.* He has taken part In nine Jacob J. Johns, constable for jus- leaves the present shell road the flyweight championship Advice Given Bartow Kiwaniane Given
wars-but never in the "war of about from Frankie. Oenaro of New" 4
I milo
tice of the cne from Ferandinn at
district number ,
An act of the last legislature made matrimony." e peace two, York, la a decision bout.I by McMlllen of Winter Haven.Bartow .
what Is
the road from Starke to Green Cove was arrested by Officers Alvares and known as the Jacksonville
Springs by way of Long Branch a I Ashbrook Wednesday night on a turn-out, and remains south of the -If the prosperity which '
State maintenance road. The recent ABOARD' drunk and disorderly charge, and railroad for the entire distance to Florida Is
Vulco where it ). II. S. GRADUATES: WHO WILL enjoying Is to bo permanent
county bond issue did not provide SUPPLIESFREE lodged in the town jail. Friends o( taps Coastal hlgh7 tho real
MEDICINE estate men, brokers well
funds sufficient to make the proposed I the constable gave bond for his*-appearance way connects with state road
j us owners, must much
pay as attention

in mayor's court afterwards No. 13 which extends through Callahan ..
wide the State Road Department
roar as as
requires for State mainten Biologies for Prevention_ and Cure ( and he Was released. and Baldwin to the Lake City Graduates of the B. II. S., who to the building of homes and business r
of Disease Given by State. road. will attend this term the following blocks as they do to the mere
to this defect and j :&hief* Alvarez stated Wednesdaynight
ante, so cure save
-- -- soiling of lots was the
named Institutions of higher learn- given .
When the ;;..
present .
after the improvement
arrest that this was l
the the of the
expense up- Bartow
Kiwanluna at their IifniTTftrin"a...
Jacksonville, Sept. 16.-Certain is ing: ,
keep of the road In future a special' only one of a series of complaints by program completed, Nassau county t _
nnd Hugh llrownleo Jr. Stetson Uni- recently by It. 1[. McMillian, of Win-
for the .>prevention cure will have ,
act will be asked for at the coming residents of the neighborhood he haj a system of good roads
tcr Haven
I of diptheria,*smallpox, cerobrn-splnal second to versity. general manager of the s
special session of the legislature to reported to him of drunken sprees, no other county in the state. ;
meningitis and typhoid are now obi Howard Luck, North Carolina Ag- Taylor Alexander Company. '
By reason of the
and unmuffled profanity Indulged in, geographical location -
'permit the issuance of bonds againstthe
i tamable free of charge from the state' for gies. !II "There nun been altogether too
the miles along the northern
constable and many
by his
either side! of the family and I -
property on ''l branches of the Charles Rivers Dental much 'lot scllln,,', too much dallar
road headquarters and disorderly characters frequenting border of Florida, following the College in mere i
to the amount of eighty thou- /
,, Florida State Board of Health, according St. Atlanta :!j swapping in Florida during the
j I Marys river and
home ,
sand dollars to provide the additional I the since the constable took up abutting the !'
to an announcement made by Earl Roberts, Tulane University. pant year and too little attention paid
| state of i iFannlo
width required by the State Road De- his residence there. The officers, Georgia, tho three main fed- '
Dr. I, Arms state health officer. Shorter | to development along lines of
partment. The territory bearing thu I B. stated they were forced to disarm, eralized highways leading Into Florida Darby, College,' per-
t 1 I The preventive treatment for rabies 1 before via the Jacksonville Rome, Ga. I1I1lnen.yth.e.building, : of homos and .
I of the additional width will'! Johns he would submit to are gateway
expense '
:' In humans will be supplied at cost rest cross through the central Iris Epperson, State Collage for business blocks In the cities and the !
be a narrow strip elthe rslde of western ti
on i I
j except when the attending physician and eastern sections of the I Women, Tallahassee. conversion blocks! of acreage Into + ry
the road. +
Little no will be certifies that the patent is indigent,'!' W. H. PERKINS The building of the proposed roads Blanche Alderman, State College I I farms, truck patches, citrus groves, i.
or opposition
and that he is receiving no pay for his 1 with county bonds has been for Women, Tallahassee banana plantations and vineyards, 1
countered in Clay county the W. II. Perkins died his home vigorously
over at 1 inI' goes hand in hand
services. Genevieve Rivers with lot
State College for and land
sponsored by the Fernandina
proposed bill to widen the Starke- Starke -
The list of free biologics/ furnishedby { Wednesday night after a pro- of Commerce and has been heartily Women, Tallahassee. I I I sales' a crisis is suro to be reached and
Green Cove-St. Augustine road from illness. For I :
longed several he 1
the health board include diptheriaantitoxin years endorsed by the various Hollis Knight, Charlie Darby, the state given a temporary sat back
Long Branch to the county line east in and unit1 I had been engaged in business t In civic or Frank ,, from which It will
6,000 10,0000 ganizations. Carpenter, Mozelle McGruder, j not recover until ,
of Starke, it being reported that the Starke and
through his
packages for curative purposes;' quiet unas- Gerald Mlddleton, Elred Duncan, [I, we turn our attention from lot and
owners of property for the greater Schick tests for determining acceptability suming manse, won the regard of a U. University of Florida, Gainesville. i|: land sales to building campaigns and
part of the distance have signified | Funeral services held Chamber Commerce meets tonight
the were at the the
making of homes
to disease; tetanus anti in town and coun '
their' willingness to pay lor the wid toxin In 1,500 unit size: for prophalactic \ home at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon, (Friday) at the court house, Starke. MR. WARDELL SEES POSSI- try In which to house the hundreds of
ening. and Interment All members are urged to be present. BIL1TIES IN
followed at Crosby TIIE'OFFIN 4
thousands and
uses; typhlod vaccine; vaccine virus i i I perhaps iivillions of

TOURIST SCHOOL IS LATEST for the prevention of smallpox;| cemetery. In the courthouse up until Thursday Short Road will be Clayed; -To Coif; men and women we are inviting to '

PLAN FOR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS j and anti-menlngococcus serum for the HAMPTON PARK LOTS Sept. 10th. These sales were made ned with Bradford County: Road. I come to the state."
cure of meningitis. The diptheria entirely to Connecticut buyers. |' I I McMillon suggested If the men t

Keystone Heights, September, 12..I I toxin will be dtstrbuted Iberally thru\ FINDING READY BUYERS Hampton Park Realty Enterprises, Greon Cove Springs, Sept. 11_ I]' really interested in the advancement

Keystone Heights was some tlmo out the state, certain drug stores In this week's list of realty tuna who are pushing the sales of this Mr. W. R. Wardell, of the southwestern of the state along lines of permani. -

ago decided upon as a site for a being designated as stations. No fen, sale of lots In Hampton Park;, tract, maintain an office !In Starke, part of Clay county, wan in the ency did not do something toward financlng -

new tourist school and officers other biologics will be placed at these near Hampton, predominates all other and they report a strong demand for\ city Monday, before the Board of; ,, building campaign on their i

of the school company have re stations, Dr. Arms said, except the transfers eighty lots being recorded I lots in their subdivision. County: Commissioners: la the interest; own account they should not be dls-
cently; spent some time at the Heights diptheria( toxin and the typhoid vaccine | of roads. Mr. Wardell owns valuable i uppoined if the moneyed mu nof northeast -

perfecting their plans and arrangingfor ; as all branch laboatories will property on Sand 11111 lake, one of |, and west wore little slow In put-

the building of the new school have a limited stock of all biologics, the most beautiful bodies of water in i ting their funds Into the hotels apartment -

which, will get under way about thai I and large amounts can be obtained ( of the Shenandoah i the entire state, and ha working houses, hones and business

fifteenth of this month. The plan at the state laboratory in Jacksonville. In the interest of a road to reach i blocks needed

call for a building of.stucco construction It is believed that this precautionary i the, 1<.1..". lie hUll! asked the board of Capitalists:' War.a' .

and of Spalsh style of arcltec-I measure of locating/ the biologic ,. 5'?"'" ii iiI I'II II county commissioners to build > '! "One t>t the first (questions a visiti .t
I 1 I
will te most Y mtTiile..iWetaionnture at central points throughout the state w v I short length of road about two and a i ins capitalists seeking investment ini

and will be attractive. Dormitories will reduce the danger of epidemics Ij I j half miles long to conett with the i '' any community will ask U what are

( will also be constructed which to the lowest minimum. i j road in Bradford county which has a> LIU) citizens, doing to relieve the sit
will amply take care of the students. connection with
what in known as tho I i nation" worn toy: find the citl-

Many families desire to come to Melbourne Plans forming fort I Lake City' Short Route This thecommlmiloners i zeus are doing/ nothing/ they wonder
Florida for the winter or part of I will do and tho is '
i building $500,000 hotel --and yacht pit i why it Is that those citizens haven't
but do not wish to break In on the I| harbor on Indian River, opposite I| I now being", opene school work of their children. The i : I Mr. WardcU ..uuthweBtMrulurtlon I
? says the i "
j Hiawatha Gardens. I II to inVeNt in its development, said thai
.!1 tourist school will handle this ,
i of Clay county, dotted with i :i apoakur.
|' as the children will be able to that everything may be runningk I I dozen of white sand bottom, sprinted g "They
begin back
I off and
you art
enter the school and take up the war : smoothly. E. G. Baxter of Cainesi .41I,I I II lakes, has a wonderful and almost nvoil. not be surprised to find that 1"

where they left off in their own home i, villa has ben retalnel as attorney | inconceivable potential value, but they have gone to some other coin- +
While the idea is comparatively new I end is drafting several new ordin- ; this value cannot be developed with-
I II munity, the citizens which are doing .
I there have been scliu.,!es establisedat noose and assisting in the starting of II II' out roads leading Into it. He hope i thu bent they can to help thomnolve x '

Lakeland), qie rwatar an ill I the city offices I to nee the people of the county: wako''if I you huvcn't enough faith in

tory. The parents can leave the children -' The company has a large force of I I II up to this opportunity era lung"" :1 uwn community to build ,it what your
at the school and be free to tra men at work on the stret and i la I
el about the state and v-I I several DEATH OF W. J. JUNES makes you think ctra'.gar. will.cune
know that cutting through new streets I in and build it up fur you?"
children are well taken care of and while the laying of sidewalks will William J. Jones, of Graham, died

also that their school work Is goingon | continue during the fall and winter. II Wednesday at Gainesville after a I IN COUNTY: JUDGE'S: COURT;

In fine shape and that they will be i The work of clearing the site for then short illness, the cause of his death

able to continue with their classes on I new golf course is under way and Mr. being reported as caused by blood J. F. Duller, colored charged with O ;

their return home. I} Clark, of Chicage, who last winter I poisoning from infected teeth. Mr. having/ moonshine in his possussion.

The new station that is being constructed spent some time at the Heights, surveying Jones was one of the old citizens of Trial set for Sept.:) 22nd.J. .

: by the Lawrence Developing and )laying out the course, is that section, and news of his death W. Fowler plead guilty Monday

Company and the G. S. fc F. R. R. b expected within a few days. The plan will come as a shock to his many before Judge Gardiner; of operating

now under construction and it is expected submitted by Mr. Clark assures the friends over the county.METHODIST a car while under the influence of '

it will be completed In the near Heights of a* fine a course a* will be liquor lie was sentenced to pay a.

future. Being of Spanish style of found inthe state of Florida. The C11URCII fine of $100 and costs, or 60 day ia ,

architecture and of stucco construetuion. new eighteen hole putting course 1* ,
Walnut Street Rev. C. F. Starnespastor. jail.S.
It will be most attractive. A complete and ready for use and will G. Simpson, open, profanity,
Sunday school 10:00
builJing for the na.vilhig: ; of freight be well patronized during the coming : a. m., plead /guilty. Fined $6.00 and costa
will also be built and a covered platform winter. morning worship ani sermon by the of 30 day in jail.
pastor: at 11:00: Epworth League
a. m. +
extending along the right of Many of the residents of the '' R. K. Ownes, open profanity. Released
7:00: p. m., Evening worship at
way of the railroad will amply take Height are home after on bond for appearance la
Above, a nose view ef the Ul-fated Shenandoah the flelu <*!wn 7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting and ehilr
care of the passengers. spending some time in the north county judge' court :September ala: it feU near Aft, Ohio. This picture was taken after souvenir hunters practice Wednesday evening/ at 7:45.:
The city council to holding regular( among whom are Joe Lawrence, Mr. had almost stripped the craft. Only a -great mass of twisted stool1' James Monroe and Eugene; Bailey

meetings and several special cessionshave and Mr*. Jesse Lawrence and Jim remains of America's "Queen of the Air.' Below-fourteen.bodies St. Mark's Episcopal church: Sunday vagrancy. To appear before county

been found necessary in order Hauser. of those who died in the crash._ _, _. _____ services at 11:000 a. m. judge Sept. 22od {
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REALTY TRANSFERS There is no 11 ft emptiness, except ARCHER PASSES ROAD time and upon inch eondltlone a* may be determined qlerk?' of Circuit cow
\ I fcy the Council, to an amount no* I U, c. A. K MHTJ. .
in th* brnin. Keep that busy BOND ISSUE $60,000 exceeding In the amireaauj. Five Thouaaod D""v,
J. S. Grlner and wife to Chas. Scott and lift is all ,ifht, even if yourdauirhtiij Dollar*. For the purpose of refunrlni, the L. FRAZEB: c'''t

_10 acres 20822.O. '* ur. married and your Gainesville Sept. 13.-The Road outstanding IndebUdnesa of aald Town. and Solicitor for Complainant -I
., ..Ia of
the "
of ImprovlriB
for the
and wife Nick Stavrlanos husband puiroee -
M. Inman to dead. NOTICE
.. Florida. Anil authorial
for ,
Bond election at Archer, calling! the aald Town of L.
-Blk. 6 in Starke in Gasklnsdd. the Town Council -
The next ration will read l $30,000 State Road No. 13 and and empowering The Town Council of Strke
j tone I on of the Town of Lswtey. Florida, to levy f i I.
about "Uie navy patrolling the sufficient from time to time on all taxable a board of equalisation met for th.. ,
$30,000 on State Road No. 5 near tax "
I W. R. Warren and wife to Leila J. I oqualUlne th* aaacsamont rolla. ?!
route to lave the fliers If necessary properly In aald Town for the sole purpose n'i *
I that town passed yesterday bya voto with their In.tercit. by Section 07 of the codified onli-'' .
Hough 5 15-7-20. of retiring the warrant*
( acres I It of
and that will strange
of Stark.
I seem as .ot.. of the town Florida, and rl! ,
be ratified! by
to H u
Bald act '
David Jones and wife to R. M. Fa- of 41-8, according to M. Veneable, a I valuation of the following
t as to send an automobile with a the qualified voter of the Town of Lawtey.Florida. property i ,,...,"i'INEI4.
yer-Part Lot 5 In Hampton Blk. 13. carrier pigeon in caae it should prominent citizen who telephoned the I And I will also" amend Ihe Charter L. .W.28-6-22.Klokh..E'A.From IDOO, of to NW'4 tlSu"" "

G. J. Scarborough and wife to J. II. 'I full down. Sun last night. of th* Town of Lswtey council the Florida Hunt, by to the levy.on lvIng Mm. E. F. Johns--Com, at SB Cur ,
to the town Wit
n. Ritch and G. Inman..141 acres I \ Mr. Konkle in New York, to real and personal property the ncee ..ry of 608 SWVi ft. E! 206 and thene.W. 795 B 174 ft. ft N S i "'.r, J

17-0-22. -- By Arthur Brisbane gratitude for the recovery of Live Oak-Suwannee to vote on. $1,- amount of millaiie to take ear* of the need ....... also. certain land 8 of Mrs I
prove of ..Id town.
I and W of Ry In SE'A of SW* Z3-fl... fr2
Vomln E. Inman and husband to _- his son, supposed to be hopelessly 000,000 bond issue, for road construction. E. M. IOHNS (1800 to 18000. :

John Mazzarl-21.10 acres 20622.W. BUSINESS IS GOOD. III, will build a 65-story building, Member Bradlord of Legislature County.from Fla. I!. A. Bishop--N'4 Blk 5H OrloI I In ..'.
E. Torodo and wife to T. L. partly religious, partly commercial, 2t>0 to 1750.
SHE DIDN'T CRY. Mr Emma RI.h.rd-IAIt.
1. 2, a, ,.
Wainwrlght acres in 22-5-22. I made up of a church and a hotel, Tampa-Plans complete! : for $189- NOTICE and Orlj. Town From 1400 to (800Mr <
' PITY POOR NEW YORK. bedrooms. Ten Emma Hlcharr'] Lota "
Laura E. Toney and husband to with 4,500 percent 1, nik
-1 I of will to missionary 000 paving project. In the Clreult Court ef Florid. Eighth Judl.rial 13 Orln. town, From (2IIOn to lanin
I ; ; P. J. Pparco Lots 19, 20 Hampton THINKING IS HARD.BuBlnesH profits go Circuit. In anil for Bradford County. In A. E. Wall Lots and B Dili. 10, '?_.
work looked after by the Bon The
-. -- Chancery.Etelina From; 11800 to 12250.
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In McCall'* add. I -- ---" father will look after the pi ollla. NOTICK OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Barton, et atm BI''. F. Colley\ Ixita 1. 3. B. and part "' |n i ,
Irving Wershaw to Arthur Nlgoslan : 13 GOOD. Tell that to 14 Orltr town Prom '22BO to Mo,

-Lots 1, 2, 3, t, 19,20, 21, 22, In your Inquiring friend. The value The dining room will hold 2,000In I Hereby notice la .niven that L. H. Bill purehiaer David Donley.HIM Quiet al. Title, etc. From L.; H..1BOO Partrldi-e to iitono.All Blk. 21 Or _.
of will be TEN THOUSAND the tallest building, thus far, in of tax certificate* nurab r.d 61 and 68
crops .
Hampton Park Blk. 8. .. It appearing. by sworn bill of comnlaint Consumer* Lumber Ct> -BH!: Lota 1 ind I",.
I I'I 'I MILLION DOLLARS. Farmer arc the United State Inorld.l ucd by. the ta>x collector' of Bradford eooaty. filed In this cause that It la the belief. of the .1. I. 7 .Blk. 86. Orl III town. From tl.'lo, II
Irving Wershaw to Sadie Klsh Raid certificates bclna. dated July 2nd
and resiliences
more cheerful, prices good. This religious building contrasts complainant* that the age*
and have filed
Fairfield Conn. Lots 4 5 Blk. 9 lots aald certificate* In my the defendant David Oonl..,.. and Mnrv Dinley Consumers Lumber Co I.ot 2 Bll< Ori
Commercial buHlneas In cities la interestingly with the old sinful I office and hav* made aDplleatlon for tax Flnsale Ma. town. From 11150 to $2000.: *

6, 7 Blk. 18 In Hampton Park. I Improving steadily. Extraordinary Tower of Babel, which probably deed to lisilo In accordance with ...... belt! his Donley wife., Samuel Washington C. Lane Donley.J. O. Bill, T W.ritta. ;J. W. Andrews. Sr.-Blk. 80 as exl 1 I

r Irving Wershaw, to Morris Hoch- Hhowinsrs will He male for Auymtl was about one-half the proposed Bald certificate rospoctivly embrace* the and Chas. If.b...... If living, but If not Eniey'a map. Ex 8 100 ft. A except trig rf '
I followinglanda. In Bradford County, Florida, land 8Q ft. wide on Madison it. :
by n , 'I.
devisee .
and their heir grantees or
, living *
itoren hotel.
I balser, Fairf led, Conn.-Lot* 6, 6 Blk. : l by many department height of thia 65-story assessed at the date of the iMuanee of sucheertlflcatee partle claiming Interests In the landa I Walnut It. sold to L. A. D..... Pr "i '!11'I' I
other big institutions. In the namea hereinafter to 2500. ,
: 8 in Hampton Park. The great Bernard Shaw, in a particularly let forth reapectlvely to-wltt herein! d..crtbed under such named. dof..nd.nlaor I I| Mr. E. ... ;Johns-WH nik. 30 a* t, ndiJ '
ihnll be decea ed. are unknown
I I otherwise as
'1 I unusual Certificate No. 61 embrace* Bey. at Northwest I on Ensy'a map e*. 8 10K ft. From .
Irving Wershaw to Rose Klsh IJochheslser The state of New York pities mood of but accurate of Southwest and said complainants l.havlrm prayed $2500.Mra.. i ia I
cor. of
I Fairfield Conn.-Lots 7, 8 I I ItHelf because It pays $500,000,000/; humility says the world athoullllnrl quarter and run E440 ft.nuarter S 782 6-10 Bowthwest ft. WHO for the demand ordor. of'. procesi requiring. W. H, Miner...Lot* 8 and 4 H : r. ,
nlmont third of the years hence will know ft. N 782 6.10 said defendant to """1' T. and Coo add. From (150 to $300.
Blk income tax, a ft. to be" belni part of a that ...Iddef.ndanla. j
i 8 in Hampton Park. I entire national tax. nothing about him except that the 40 acrri known a* lota 1 IS 58. IT 88 In Woodlawn. IT 13 THEREUPON: DonlP ORDERED. and Donley, W. E. D.uII'herty-Lota 4, 6, 6, 7 UN M .
David Mary ,
) L. T. and Coe. add. From
1200 to Ji III
Wershaw See. ID, Two. .. South Rann St East: ,
Irving to Phillip Tax Rodin
'I' French
sculptor KloasliMn
New Yorkers shouldn't forget great 1 Vi acrei, assessed Mr. Emma hh wife, Washington Ponley I W. M. W.lnwrl..hl-On.. lot on WId.. gt
Mew Haven made bust of Shaw biographical C Proetor. .bell Dnnle,.. Samuel C. Lane. ;J. C. Edle., T. I Walnut ... between Blkl. A
Conn.-Lots Ito 0 inc. that if they pay $500,000,000, It la once a Certificate No. 62 embrace* Lot KB, 51. 87 and n V J.
W. Pit I. and Chas. Roberta. If living, but If .
Jonos add. From (SOO to 11000.Mnry
Lots 17 to 22 inc. Blk because forty-seven other States dictionaries will contain Ifi or Southwest quarter of Southwest quarter I
in 15 in ,
Ex. lot 880 ft. not living their heirs, devises grantees orother O. Walnwr'irht Lota 4 5, '"i 1ex.
VI and W
\ Park. vend all their wealth to New York this: fi In In Northweitt by 732 II-10ft. Nand parties claiming Interest* under such N 6 ft. and a piece of land bour I l I'y
bank, cpend millions la New York "Shaw, Bernard| subject of a IS, Twp, S South. Rantre. 12 of But lame, ,28 Section.. rattle* abov* named or otherwise a* ahall be I loan add. to Starke. S by Jackson 'S' |",
Irving Wershaw to Nathan Roberta acre* In the following landa In Brad- Randerion Lane and N by Pratt
.hop* and hotels, and allow New bust by Rodin otherwise unEven ...*mid Wm. II. Parlee.Unlm deceased. it. > a H
lord Count, Florida tW1l I I ft. street throiifrh aame. From S2700 ,,1m.) .
j Fairfield, Conn.-Lots 17, 18 Blk. York's high finance to tap with its lu1ewn." laid certificate* ahall be redeemed of NW'4 .nd NW* of NE-i and EW E, S. Matthew. All Blk. S Matth. < .di.
8 in Hampton Park. corporations and it* interlocking e according to law. tax deed will lmue thereon of NEVt of NE'4 of Section. 26 :. and NH I From 1600 to I2BOO.tin. .
wealth that' overstatement on the 12th day of October. A. D., 1928 of SWH of NWV4 of Section 2B all In J. O. 'Wlllii-On* lot 114 ft iM, | I
of an
the ,
Irving Wershaw to John L. Gray, ownerships sources Witneae my official algnature and eeaj I thla 8. South. Range. 23 Eant, do appear to by 50 ft. E and W. El of and adjolnlnii Blk
I all the United State. for In a thousand year Rodin the 10th day of September, A. n II'ZO.
New Haven over the complainant's bill of complaint filed TWP"I 1 Temple's add. From 11200 to 11800.
l Conn.-Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, Since New York get the income won't be remembered any more O. W. ALDERMAN in In Sterile. Florida, at the Court ](0"" Standard Oil Co.-l-ots l, | Blk T'mple) I

\ Blk. 18 in Hampton Park. it should be content to pay than Shaw. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Mondsy th* 12th day of October 112(1 add. From 11S80 to S1804.
County Florida.By 8. R. John*-All Blk. 8 Temple's aiM'
that thla order be published once a week la Preii
t. Irving Wershaw to J. Harold Blitch- Rodin in art, 1,000 year from I
the tax. C. A. KNIGHT four consecutive weekly .Issue. of the Starke 13000 to tGOOO.
feldt, New Haven, Conn.-Lots 12 to now will be a* unimportant a* (Sral.> Deputy Clerk. Telegraph e newspaper published In Bald O. L. Peek-Blk. 13 and iM Blk I 11 t oen>,
"President Coolidge wfll leave Kipling in literature or Shaw In D-ll-Bt-10-* Starke. Florida. lot* 1, S, 8. 4, B, Temple'i add. From> '"m! to

10 inc., Blk. 15, in Hampton Park. the coal situation for the present philosophy.' Given under. my hand and official aeal this $2100.Ellory.
M D..iLola ,
1. 2. 8. Blk.
Irving Wershaw to Edwin John to Congress and hopea there wlU NOTICE th. da, of September. 19iR, pie's add. From 11)00 to $1800.C 16 Trap

Ilorley, New Haven, Conn.-Lots 7 be no profiteering In the mean After war broke out, the Czar In Circuit Court Per Bradford Count/, State Clerk O.Clreult W. ALDERMAN Court. Bra* L. Peek and J. I.. Peek-All Rlk 21 a,

II to 11 Blk. 15 in time." So reads the dispatch. put' Russia on a cold water bssls, ef Florid. In CB.iae.ry.: (Seal ford County, Florida.E. lot II. Peek'* dd. From 1280 to 11200 '
H-.mpton Park. E. J. Dowlln. C. L. and J. L. Peek-All Blk. 80 ((1' lotil
That is a large hope, for "In stopping the sale of vodka abso :. G. Baxter Peek's add. From *2tO to 11000.O. .
Irving Wershaw to Louis Klsh, the meantime" many dealers have lutely. Complainantva Solicitor for Complainant. ..H6tlnj -.. L. and J. L. Peek-All Blk. 82 (111 '0111)

I Fairfield, Conn.-Lota 15 16 Blk. 8 ton. This column then that Peek' add. From *280 to '!>n raised the price fifty cents a suggested James Pickle., et al. j! NOTICE TO APPEAR C. L. and J. L. Peik.-all Blk. 83 (111 :''oU)
Lots 19, 20 Blk. 16 in Hampton Park. With the public panic-stricken, absence of whiskey would mean Defond.nto.Bill I Poek'a add. From 1280 to 11000.
Irving Wershaw rushing to buy, that means com more cold thinking by Russians, to Quiet Title and ReraoTe Cloud 1 In Court. Eighth ;Judldsl Circuit, G. L. and J. L. Peek, -Lots S. 8. 4. I. I, f,
i. to Harry Cohn To Jesse N. Jones, till heir Bradford County. Florida. In Chancery
lex* represen 8, 9. 10. 12, 18, 14, Blk. 84 Peek's add Prom
,.1 Fairfield, Conn.-Lots 21, 22 Blk 16. fortable profiteering.Mrs. and that one result of such think tative, and asalirns. ; Drury Redillih. his heln, G. A. Collins and R. B. Wright. I IJ40 to 11200.
ing would be the absence of the lecal representative* and asilnni Jame Complainant .
; Pick C L. and ;J. Peek-Lota I. 2. 6. U
In Hampton Park. Elsie Eaton Newton, Ohio Ciar. That prophecy waa fulfilled. le*. heir*, leira! representative* and aenlBni, va Bill to Remov* Cloud, ata'i Blk, 85 Peek'* add. From tlOO to 1500

.,. Irving Wersiiaw to Rose Fox New I lady( founil herself facing the and all unknown defendant*, thalr h.I... legal Edwin Andrew*, et Mra. 8, F. H..mrlck-Lo.. 1. Z. 5, 8 H 1 !l
It appearing, from the allegations of
representative! and aislirni who claim an In and lands S of Blk. 2 to land line, J. '" Al.varei .
: life with her two Now Bolshevism restores vodka
Haven emptiness of terest In the sworn Mil filed In the above sUted rsuse. that I .
," Conn.-Lots 1, 2 3 Blk 7 lots landa hereinafter described the add. From 11200 to 12650.J. .
I daughters married. Many ladle to it* old alcoholic power about resident*l of all said defendanta are unknown. the residence* and agea of the defenilanta. to- : ; W. Andrewa and Ron-Lota I f t" 1.
20, 21, 22, Blk. 7 in Hampton Park. would have sat down to have a forty per cent. CneUntat wit, : Edwin Andrewa Jane E. Andrews, his bounded n bv Call St. K by Court at in< f ok
wife Nero Rawla. John E. Fisher. Chunk's N.
Irving: Wershaw to Helen Giduldlng Mrs. Newton went to Men to whom thinking is You and each of you are hereby required to ; m-V's add. From 12600 to 13500.i .
I irood cry. new be and appear before the Juilne of the Clreult Fisher, William H Heafford, Sarah A. Hcafford i, H. Parklna -Com. 04 ft. W of SW Cor.
; Fairfield, Conn.-Lot* 12 to 19 in., Marietta College, worked hard, got dislike the unpleasant sensation Court for th* Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florlila. his wifeRichard Puddy., Charlotte M.Puildy Call nnd Broadway. Sts. and' run W 1T 't. 3

: Blk. 9 in Hampton Park. I her A. B. degree! with her two and effort. In and for Hrndforrf County. on the Rth his and wife.that: William(there Is I.add ponon ar" In all unknown the 105 11000.It. H 106 ft. N 105 ft to b.W. Fr m KMto

grandchildren sitting in the audience And government* that want to day of October, A. D., 1025. at the eourt house state of Florida' < the service of subpoena upon i Mr, Alice 1Iumph.--on. lot com ItNR
I Irving Wcrshuw to laaklle Ifoch- to cheer. rule in peace find their work In bill said of county In Starke. Florida, to answer whom would bind said defendant : that, It I I. Cor. Call and Broadway. it*, and run Non
helsor, Falficld Conn. Lots 6 complaint exhibited In nald eourt by believed by the Comulalnanta that the said Broadway 170 ft E J 105 ft. 8 170 f to I
to 11 Now she Ifl Dean of Women In easier when the crowd ruled l. B J. Dowllnir.. named defendants: whose revidences and agea ... '
Call W 1115 ft to ben. From t uuo' "
; inc., Elk. 9, Lots 8 to 11 inc., Blk. 16. Marietta College, and happy. well supplied with whiskey. The Bradford County Televraph. a weeklynewapaper are unknown to complainant. arc tnteri-nted, W. E. rauitherty--Com. 157H ft "F to '. -VEi
published In Stsrko.! Bradford In th* property Involved In thin suit, end I that Cor nnd Koyt and, DI
Povk.i Broadway sts. run
Hampton I County, Florida. Is hereby designated. n the complainants dnen not know and has not been i' ft N 105 ft. W 105 ft. S 105 ft to be|. I
": I* A. Marr and wife to J. T. Black- newppir In which thla notice shall be pub nljle to sucertnln whether any of said known From *I 150 to 1200.
lished for four eonaeoutlv* weekly laiuea. 'I, fenilnnts nrc dt>a.l or alive ; and that It lahellcvrd W. E. Dn."ht.-Com, ft. B at NJ I
I' 262J4'
bum-I lot In Lawtey in Blk. 4. II Cumberland Courthouse, Md.-584 1-2' 1Etli The following landa lylnir and belnir In by complainant In aiild aworn bill ("..Y. Broadway anil Hoyt ill. and N sins of

L. II. Hill and wife to M Davis Du acres 1-2-5-22. I IK. r. Town of Rtsrke, Bradford County, State of that there Is a person or are !>' raons Interested Hoyt at. anil, run N 105 ft. E 52 V4 ft I 111 I
Florida, In the property Involved In auch suit.
ft. W 53", ft. to bo... From $80 $1" I
I val County-30 acres 27-5-22. H. Smith, and wife to Brevard1! of that piece or panel of land. contain. whose name or name* and age or age L. A. rjavl. ;Jr.-Blk l'n Gasklns mU I
I Inn five (5)) acres more or leaa and situate In aod wlionc renldonco ure unknown to eomnlalnnntn From (1(00 to 12500 (
Properties Inc. 1\I1aml-7134
: R. J. Davis and J. F. Kick-liter to R. acres the West side, of the South half. of the Southwest : Therefore. It Is ordered that the said L. A. FMvls. ,''r. 8Vj. acre* In NW O r,
J. I'ottee-19 acres 27-0-22. in Aluchuu and Bradford counties. L nuarter of Ih* Northwest quarter and In known di.fttidnnts who are beretofnre named of NEMof !SE'i hem IIR4 ft. N and 1 'b> I
the West side of the North n thin ord'T. If living. and If dead, all par J (\ ft. E and W. From 14000 to (7000B. ,
,, t. J. F. Colley and wife to J. T. Quiff- Tax Deed to T. J. Aldeman-25 quarter. of the Soiitluvnt' half quarter of Ihe In Northwest Sec lies claiming Interest under the said known C, and C. !II. Rol..ndoorf-Com n' WCor (
and named defendant aforaald, deceased
1 ley anU L. A. Davis-3 Lots in Starka I acres 2-5-21. linn twenty-eluht. Township Six South. Ranice or otherwise, and that" all persons whomsoever Madison and Myrtle st*. and run 4 101) l
J ft W 1 ft. N '
Twenty-two 105 ft to Madison st. I IMB
T. WRiG EYS Rant and belnir bounded" on th* whoa? name or names are alleged. to be .21c.r: I
In Blk. 14. J. Alderman and wife to Gordon North by the lands of Hani Austin, on the and are unknown to compla'nan's' tlmt maybe 210 ft. to beir.. $000 to *1250B.

T. M. Williams anj wtfo to W. A. I Griifls-25 acres in 2-B-21. |; Cnll Bast Street by Christian, anil Street the on th* South by or an Interested In the property InvolvedIn H "f. C. on Weit by Oraoa. this suit difteribod as follows, lying and
Cribble and J. Braid-40 acres 16-6- Lizzie Hicks et als. to P. B. Hunt. makes your food do you I **lr,tt and the lands. sold bv n X,. Ganklnato being In Bradford County. Florida, to-wlt tTno run, S on Myrtle it., tlO ft. W 210" N 210
ft E fl.
22. i W 1-2 Blk. 11 in Hampton. more good. Fernery' Edwards In 1.89.Wltneis Southeast quarter of the Norl put ,rm to $200.D. to belt In Calkin addon

: K. W. Hunter and wile to E. J. W. C. Hunt to P. B. Hunt 1-5 undivided Note how it relieves I'thla Rlh' day my of hand September.and th*A aeal I>.of 1"saM?JO. Court quarter.2 East.of containing Seet'on.28 40( Twp aeree 4 more South.or Range less.Mso W of. C SW. and Cor C.II.Madison. Uol..ndorf-Com and Myrtle .its 21'' ind ft

Dowling acres 28622. interest in W 1-2 Blk 11 in that stuffy feeling W. AfTRRM.N In the thla following suit described described a*property folio,"". Involved lytng run W 210 ft. to Westmoreland ." thence tat.H .
Clerk of Circuit Court of on said at. 421) ft. E 210 ft. N 420 f ta
-': L. B. Hall Hampton. after hearty eating. Bradroril. : and being In Clay County, Florida The .
and wife Count"
to W. L. Bugg; Florida !Northwiit< quarter. of the Northweat heir and deiltrnatrd 6n map of Gasklm nild
) Sweetens the By C A, KN10TIT as Clark 2 \ 111k. From 1400 to Inon.
-20 23-7-21.: of Section 27. Township 6, South Rangex3.
acres I Hainea City-Every street within breath remove ( rs..n """"' CI.rk. East, containing. 41 acre* more or leaa.Pe. W. N. Johnson-fl'i acre! In 8E<4 ol 3B<4
H. H. Hall to A. A. Durden-20 O. F KNlr. T. Stark. Fl.. and they are. hereby required to apiearto and 1 A in NK'l of SE'/iknown aa the '' bfiner.
city limits to be paved. food particles ,.. Solicitor for Complainant 0-11-41-10-2 From $600 to 1800.flreen .
thv DIM of Complaint filed In laid
.. esuseon
acres 2i-7: -21.
from the teeth '"' Cove Furniture Co.-Personal. From
or before Monday the 8th day of October.
W.L. Bugg and wife to A. A. Dur BROOKER I gives new vigor NOTICE TO CmZFlNfl \ V., 1925 : otherwise,; the allegation I of said $1000 And to In 82000.
with tlto
I compliance said ordinance. >
11:11: will be taken confessed by the de
den-20 acres 25-7-21. to tired nervei.' Notice fendsnta, board at a meetlnit to be held October eth, 10l
I Ifl hereby .given that at tho nxt IM
Duval county-10 K. 6K wVO I Brooker, Sept. 18.-Mr. and MM.M. Comet to you &ion of the l..rfBlaturw., Oneral or Spmslal upon It Is further each ordered week that for thla four order consecutive be published own will "hear. if any reason there from be wlir afoneald the value prop therm rty

T. L. Wainwrlfiht and wife to }'. Hazen, of Waldo, were guests I fre.h, clean and Town the of rvqumt L....** of. FtoHffa.".he Town t will Council Introduc of tho a weeds one In the Bradford County Telegraph a u fixed by th* board shall be chanced
full.flavored.SEABOARD. T. W. Sweat Est.-Lou 2, 4 6 ..ndV
I published In Bradford County
G. Brown, Duval cou.lty-40 acres W.I of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E M.I Mil .nthorlffnir tho Town Council of tha Florida ni'UHpnper, and aNo published onee eaeh) week I....* 1. 8. 6. Blk. 28 OrlK. Town. From ''"00
Town of Lawtvy. Florida, Nmie, .
to (
from tmto
ot (3100.
for fnur consecutive In
eka. the
5-22. Hazen.t I II vu Clay County
time, time warranU of laid Town of aueh
I Time.*. a. newspaper published In Clay C. V. HOOVHR
J. W. Antlrews. ST., to J. 10'. Colley I I Percy Moody of Lacrosse was a vllI denomination aa the council eect fit bearlntrinch (County, Florida.Thli Chairman of Dura.r ..
:I rnt of Interest not execeitlna R>v pfi thi< lit day of "Wt. A. D 1D2Ra. A FTJTCH
-1 lot In StuAo on Broadway. itor here Sunday. : c.nt. p.r annum and bccominn. due In such W. ALDERMAN Clerk 9-tl-i 1 '-!

Chna. Scott and wife to P. D. Watkins Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was

Putnam county-20 acres 25-8- attending to butrinens here Friday I

J. S, Grlner and wife to Chas Scott Supt. H. B. Wiggins, of Starke, was ,

-20 acres 25-8-22. a visitor here Friday I II '

W. E. Davis and wifa to E. II. Jones I j Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a

--320 acres 17721. I a visitor here Saturday. < TIME TABLE

,. Moses Mack and wife to Jonei Hall Mr. and !Mrs. L. H. Futch, of
I Beginning 12:01 a. m. Sept. 6th,
-1-2 acre 21022. were the guests of his parents, Mr. trains will run as follows:

W. G. Seals and wlfo to John Mul- and Mrs. P. A. Galney, Sunday.H. .
No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa arrive
lady, Duval county-6 lots in P. Gainey and W. M. !Moody attendud at Starke 11:14
: p. m.
ton In Blk. 16. namp-I I to business la South Florida
No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville arrive
T. M. Canthen, and wife to this week.
I Starke
5:23 a. m.
l i Hunt-Tract 6-8-22. Mra. P. A. Crosby Is on the sick
I No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa arrive
Consumers Lumber Co., to A. F. list this week.
I Starke 11:02 a. m.
and Bill Cnrantzas, Duval county- Prof. C. H. Williams and Misses 1
No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville
j ar-
Lot 2 Blk 27 in Starke. I I Smith, Anderson, and Brown were all 1 rive Starke 4:25: p. m.

John H. Johns and wife to K. M.Hazon I In Gainesville Tuesday and Wedno.I .- No. 20 Cfadar Key to Jacksonville,

-80 acres 6-7-20. j day. arrive Starke 9 a. m.

.i T. S. Stark, administrators to Mrs. I Mr. and !Mrs. O. O. Strayhoro of t No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key

Clara Tracy-LoU 1, 2, 3, Blk. 10 Waldo, were visiting here last we k. urrlve Starke 5:11: p. m.

Lawtey.M. Starke and Wannee

P. Canthen and wife to P. B. I IMPROVED DAILY CLASS i i 1 No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40 a. m Tndu Mark

Hunt-320 acres 4-8-22. SCHEDULE FOR SCHOOLS I No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. If you want to make an investment in Long

Moore Calvin Alachua Brlnkley and wife 200 to J. W'I I Tallahassee, -Fla. There is being 1 No. 7 Jacksonville Limited Trains to St. Peters- Service Comfort and Fine Appearance Put

mailed out from the office of the state burg due Starke 2:16 p m. ,

I S4-7-21. I superintendent of public intsructlonj No. 104 St. Petersburg to Jacksoni U. S Tires
N. P. on carTHERE'S
Eetes and your
wife to Henry
I j' to all principals of Class B Junlon high due Starke 6:07: p. m.

Friedman, Cook County, 111.-Tract'. schools No. 103 Jacksonville
> throughout the state an im- to West Palm
in Sees. 23 2-i 14 22-7-22. I proved daily schedule of classes which Beach due Starke 10:15: a. m.I a U. S.,Tire to meet your requirement no matter what

N. P. Cauthen and wife to Arnold i is expected to departmentalise and I T. J. Griffin, Agent. It Is made right for the job. It is priced right. It gives

Land Co.. Palatka-Tract in Sec. 25,r I'! simplify school-room work. you your money's worth- long service and continued good looks*
26-7-21; Tract in Sec. 11, 12, 13-8-21; I I Usually in the Class B Clearwater-City votes $205,000
high There
Is a U. S.Tire Dealer right Go him and talk
Tract in Sac. 31. 32, 33. 34-7-22; school the entire to be used in municipal improvement near you. to
amount of work
Tract Jn Sec. 2, 4, 5. 6, 15-8-22. I falls upon the principal and program. over this tire question. Let him help you select the one Ideal tire

N. P. Cauthen and wife to Arnold'i slstsnt, who are both taxed with one fill-as- A. equipment for your needs from the full U. S. line-U. S. Royal
Land Co., Palatka.-Tract in Sec. 3-8-I led schedules because of the great' Balloon U. S. Royal Balloon-Type, U. S, Royal Cord Regular

V22 Sec.; Tract Sec. 32-7-22; Tract In'I'number of classes which they must: Energy .and Tasteless Vitality chill by Tonic Purifying restores and or Extra Heavy U. S. Royal Cord Bus-Truck, USCO Cord and

[ meet. Realising that under USCO Fabric.
such existing
Enriching the Blood. When feel its
N. P. Cauthen and wife tor Arnold circumstances you

Land Co.. Palatka-Tract In Sacs. 25,I amount ft good cannot be done greatest, the)t strengthening.bring* color: Invigorating to the cheeks effect,and see bowIe how UN-ITED STAtES VlRES ARE POOP TIRES

86, 35. 34. 31-7-21 Tract in See. 1 10 ,
; state .uperlntendent has had prepared I It Improves the appetite, you will then
,11. lZ".S-21&Tract. In Sec. ; thla improved schedule to aid principal appreciate Its true tonic value.Grove's /S S. Tires from

Tract 84722.C {So combining their work. Tasteless chill Tonlo Is simply n.1.l/.o .

L.Peek and. wife to Austin 8-1-12:1 Under ithe suggested schedule principals Iron and Quiolna suspended In syrup. So 'J.

-Pile Cured- nay; wit down their number of pleasant even children like it. The blood W. Andrews Jr: Starke Florida
6 to 14 o.nuIot. ,
needs QUININE to
classes thus allowing themselves Purify it and IRON to ,
,., to ..... .", Iom.. Bll d, B ., ... time for the supervision flf grades Enrich It Destroys Malarial germs and
ru... ........0' '.clola4 Pu.. ."" 1 GrIp germs by its Strengthening, Invigorating
,--laC reecIIaI.fter .... .ppllce...... e below the Junior high. Effect. COc


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SEPTMEBER 18. 1925.

About Zjorsrhealth ''cp. I State Road Com- 1 pa and St. Petersburg, said today
against the Clyda i I that three I
probable routes are under
Short Paragraph : I
Newt of Florida in complete it to ob- '!' ,consideration and engineers are going

t .-........ ra.Live. ..- -----.1 I I and over> thorn now to determine the moat

I K I;' between Jack feasible. Two of tho routes are along;

[ State NewsTold Thing You Should Knowby I, These rates ;' a direct line from Tampa through

siii those now in ef- OUdmar to Clearwater, all of them
A. I was filed by the according to C. A. Oworu. president,
by Our Exchanges I the Atlantic''1 will crvp a territory populated by
p |I a railway county.station I II 250,000 people.

I. \ of the l DcUtiulApproximately
Florida In seven mil.)
St. Augustine-Passenger traffic cars checked the days they are counted "f wati-r and
r [ .s till Say "Bayer" \: Railway Com sewer mains to be .
Into Florida this summer has reach- places the number. per month at announced plans -
v a I'.d the point where it actually is yreat- 63000. This includes all automobiles of C) Southern Boll Telephonei
: For Colds a passenger' '
John Joseph' Oalnn, M. D I I'l I'IIIMIIU to ,
; .r both north and south. plant
lastwinter traveling
erjithan the height of the season I lint lmkmK, fnm
I I I.P t t'
according to officials of the Pain
West Palm Beach-Enactment of --, .
in Cold -
Florida East Coast Railway. ,
a new advertising law by the city I Neuralgia I
\w Villiston-The-Board of bevy coun- commission last night aimed to curb Cold is one of the moat powerful

tyfhas turned over to S. Phillips false and untrue advertising formed : agencies opposed to free circulation A -

president of the Levy County Chamber another step in the municipal pro of the blood. Immerm c.J1.I4f ;;

of commerce, for expenditure, gram of ending unethical business the hands in Ice-water.-b1anchfng,

funds( derived from the one mill adverting 'practices in the city. Under its Free stiffening circulation: and of paiu the will blood\ result Is thc which contains proven : September 20-20

tax levy. I terms any person who presents false outstanding essential for gooc I Handy "Bayer" boxes born between, September 20
bottles of 2all.1 aU
Also things bsalltS-o
information to the public through the health. It is true that cold bath until your habit ofanalyaU I
West Palm Beach-Palm Beach advertising mediums of newspapers, ing is, in certain conditions, a valuable w.tura.Uplrln of.U UouoaovtiiiclUutor Ih !trail. mart. of '"g1" defect, which destroys for youtKe i leads you to
I bllMuty
County will begin immediately tho magazines periodicals signs, posters procedure but abuse of this .. you can find no happiness ITanything I
widening of the Dixie Highway thru Is to fine powerful agency is certain to pro I you worry a great deal about the T shorWfingl
tags or pamphlets subject a harm. Unless there Is [ tinidentfied man entered
duce l
milesat prompt you realize that nothing In the world Is iuufj
Its'confines distance of fifty I a
a }
The of $500 or a jail term of sixty days reaction after cold applications to ed a place at a table haw overcome one of your /greatest obstacle to bat>'-
an expenditure of $600,000. st'hard labor or both. the surface of the body there an of men and women
county a few days ago purchased few" measures more dangerous. I keen alert
I dinner party and began .mind. You are intellectual, yt and '
(21475 worth of motor trucks to be I Aracadia-A serious accident and Cold contracts the capfllariei to qualities which go to maJce up a singularly brtb\: &1
used in the work. The highway will an unusual one in that it resulted in and forces the blood elsewhen I random, according and pleasing. personality. csesaTaff M yon do i

be made twenty-two feet in width outside no casualties, occurred at big Russ from the point of contact. If thc 11'11e members of the discrimination.! to
surface of the body be chilled foi clad In evening attire &, you sometime IMlc.lhe,4I01U'8n. < hi !:;1ictton.
of city and town limits and municipalities I Lumber Mill here when the immense
a considerable time the blooj it that anef analyw \
: every direction some of ) yon carefully yourself 7
and widen it considerably ,, boiler bursted and was flung forty driven into the lungs/ or other Internal behind the tables. .' Inconstancy, In ,I tiny ...., .oxinrdngness, and e. t
more than ths through the corporate feet from its foundation. The explo- organs with great fore I M you do those p2 Otter*
limits. sion occurred when the man in charge and stasis will result. Thousand i; owner pulled a revolver er these d. .. often bieoroe la jp :

turned water Into the empty hot '! of Invisible bacteria find lodge ,, the man from the 'I I WomenosoDAexs. "nn jprr.mMeaie ... po.q
Tallahassee-So-called "short; line" I boiler blowing out the end of the big ment in the congested tissues, am. I gun duel that aroused philoi.nJL and triiI. v1.I I ,. "
railroads of Florida will have representation I multiply rapidly as in pneumonia hood. No one was -
boiler whirling it forty feet and yet I --
arthritis and even meningitis
( at a hearing to be conductedby almost miraculously failing to injure' Cold is a much! more deceptivi I I I II
the Railroad Commission Sept. 17 than heat. the lattet Tallahassee-Florida
the man in carge or any other menI agency
into'protests against the fixing of in the Immediate vicinty. Fire was warning Ita victims in Urn, .rhll 300 radio sets according ) ;
rate. canned goods for all lines in I I cold may inaugurate a fatal disease j United
on the
by II
sent out
in directions the I
flung many and big
this state. The protest came when I sawdust pile was caught. This result. I' ., without imperative admonltdon. I partment of

the commission at a hearing June 4 ed in a fire alarm being turned in but The subject of "winter bronchit I timate states that over Tallahassee-The I 1

fixed and prescribed a scale of intra- the fire fighting apparatus of the' is" will occur with the advent 01 of the country are qeth ,,I:

state rates for application on the mill was brought out and the flames I' cold weather.. Many elderly people I with Illinois leading with j .

transportation by freight of canned were extinguished without the aid of are afflicted with this dlstiessliif estimate, the report .
meats, fish, vegetables, fruits, milk malady and swallow barrels o:: I made I
the Arcadia fire department which cough mixtures which or ma upon a survey .' ,
may ) "
for hu-
and other canned gods I
soups I was soon on the scene. I not give temporary relief. Alt the nation. _
man consumption with the state. Fol- I
I I I II' your bedrooms daily and clots
lowing the decision of the commissionthe I' Tallahassee-Ernest Amos State I II them at night. Aging, peopla ahouk I I I DeLand-A solid I

American Short Line railroad Comptroller\ has found it necessary I i not sleep in cold air neithei five cars of freight, I| I
for rehearing,I to order for should they be exposed to audder I Mlles
Association asked, a | place an 125,000 extra whola of Central Florida: w "Itoar
changes ef temperature. There lifio f }
stating the rates were unjust and unreasonable I.j automobile tags for next year. He al- j sense in changing a eomfortabk arrived in DeLand one I

for ahort'or "weak" line i ready has ordered 450,000 tags. The room into a most uncomfortable without attracting more I ;

railroads, as distinguished from total number now ordered is 575,000. one, and warm air may be just a. notice. In the ruin were '

standard, or trunk lines. I Last year about 850,000 were ordered. pure as cold. merchandise three of own :r

culture is This is a 64 per cent increase in one j NEXT WEEK Two cement, five of I
Wauchula-Banana one year's time. One that the '
reason loaded
remainder were
of Hardee '
of the new enterprises oftheRoad
I order for tags has to be increasedthis ing supplies. Arrival ,
county which is meeting with success.
year was because of the county J was regarded as a I ,

been II." B. in Martino Wauchula of Brooklyn in the ,interest N. Y., has of sub-stations where tags can be pro- Florida waters and their largest float- for DeLand is I] have driven the Then you will realize fully '.

I cured. I, Ing hatchery on board the United its people now are used 75-mile- that the Better Buick
this enterprise and said he is engaged ______ i
'II States steamship "Fish Hawk to Three years ago the Buick; with its 75 horsepower i
In planting unit plantations of one Tallahassee-"The United States '
I the woud! have declared a Valve-in-llead engine
be in Florida during coming spaw-
have wheeled
and 400 plantsto y
acre each placing i Bureau of Fisheries will help plant! season." rounded up the band to / you power' -spccJ-
the acre. He says each acre should fish ning particularly ands
in'Florida waters, declared T. R. rival of such a train. inexpensive, (performance
produce 1,200 bunches each bearing: Hodges, Shell\ Fish Commissioner, i Milligan-The "belled buzzard" has -in high gear- like no &.) I
all the
season I who has just returned from a conference turned up again. This time the bird way; car you have known. If
with federal authorities. The have observed
Jacksonville-Jacksonville's! Union was seen by Allen Jones who residesnear The beat to discover
I I Florida Fish Hatchery Commission here and who claims that the it assumes the way I
Station will have the greatest mileage '1 I S : how very much the Better
in terminal station trackage of any i also attended the conference. "The ; buzzand, which wears a tiny tinklingbell ; Buick has aJJeci to the

city in America when work plannedfor I|' Bureau expects to supplement the attached to some poition of its I : have checked: pleasure of driving Ii to

this fall and winter is completed, work of the Florida commission by j body was seen in his pasture and that VIMKTSOME : gasoline drive a Better Ih"k.Ve

according to an announcement by J. I I planting millions of small fish in he heard distinctly the sound of the KNOW ABOUT against your have one waiting for your R

R. Wilke president of the Jackson- I i i iI bell. About ten years ago the same AUTO WOULD PILL I telephone call.: p

vllee Terminal Company. The stationis I r kind of bird was seen by Jones and HOSPITAL/ MiCIIIG.tN
scheduled to handle 160 passenger COFFINS & CASKETS he thinks the bird he saw the other j COMPANY FLINT 'r
Division' of General Motor Corporation t. '
trains dally this fall and there Is And a Fall Line of day and the one he saw many yearaago I .- ;i't
reason to believe the number will be are the one and same bird. Mousy tie
larger 'I! I I till !.!>.... Raidm* S1110 ?.[>.... 1.J ii ti'. .1
Miami-The American {Express I 1150 5'P....Touring 1299UVJ ,.p.,. Lrvue'laa I 1
i AUTOMOBILE HEARSE 18' ,.p.u.2.doora.d..' ,hr., 9' .
late an
placed I1
Jacksonville Additional that Company yesterday '
proof D 119' ,. ... I
automobile traffic into Florida this Always on hand. The beet service embargo upon bulk commodities c }}9. .......4.dao..d..l.V5. '. ..Re.rl "'' it
i at the lowest pricee Special I 1275 slaw Coupe 1799 1-piw. Counlrv' t.ct
summer is the heaviest in history attention to telegraph or above the 200 pound limit on single aka f...k'Mick fccurim. Oo.arumant Urn la h.udd.d. i

comes from Valdosta, Ga., where; two dera. Registered Bmbalraer.DeWITT I pieces adding to the city's supply J --.. 'I i

days each month a count of automobiles tieup and making it a three-way affair .

using the Georgia-Florida Highway I C. JONES with freight and steamship em- CITY BUICK COMPANYJ. ;

between Lake City and Valdosta bargo still in effect. Fruits nursery M. Smith IVUiMf t
is made at Dasher Station south of STARKE, FLA I stock drugs surgical supplies, photo f
Bradford, Columbia and Union Countiea... t' i
Valdosta. Estimates, based on the I II films funeral supplies and a few I 1 ttliNaal Y

I other classes are not affected by has the When. better ;automobiles; are built,_Buick will) build them .f
Although improvement .. _._ .
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been noted in the express office con- ,1--
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ditions, it will be over a week before I 4 TH MOVlBfc.WHAT SOrtSI "I'tU OKJ. COKfcS, QOIN' OUT wrtNME .
r the embargo gives the refief ex- R'\WT' ON ? WBAK ? RUDOLPH VASOUNOIN THAT\ OFA 4HBIK.e i lyNgs
pected. O. E. Brldwell, correspondent ..c a IN 'A *vN%ar RONNP'ICi A L/MON AolAa. .i /.47LINDY5 -
,IH, )/
6ROvV' VIP ixv-\ esTTEta
here for the express company, prom- S..n.1. 4UI e. R.ADV ,IN TWO NINE O'CLOCK OR
ises no lifting of the ban until traffic CAM" Cow u 9HAKSS OP A Pie'. TH' .IlI6MSOR.
again runs normal. PRAM S' .- WILL .

West Palm Beach-While firemen A Y131TAND' ,
i Nor! 1
stood helplessly watching the conflagration WB OP6Noft 4 .li

MICHElIN eleven houses of negroes were 'i1bA"wITH 0ogou

destroyed making homeless at least THE. ; j I 7caEAluaa

1 ICO persons and destroying not leas : ,
.j "Cqjnfort" Cord I than $50,000 worth of prcperty. The ELEANOR Anp. w1 '

fire broke out in a negro residence ,IIS TH. 1 I
at Eighth street and Tamarand ave- LNIHG-

You can now get nue from a defective flue. The blaze -BOOM

had made considerable headway before

balloon tires for It was discovered. A stiff breeze aM7f '

from the east rapidly fanned the

flames up into the dry wooden structures AYAN'
your and adjacent dwellings were

soon burning. WMAT9 rocm SOONOLAOV "WI9S
West Palm Beach-The cafe Naples VOU'UL BBCHMTTTH0 HVAVBH&I t
rims.Bft at Rivera was the scene of a MIBIN'You.

wild gun battle early today when an BEAUTY SUHEP


..h...,."..r hnla.arnk, .l.fU.fci I To Stop a Couch Quick .
.mi/on hu 3.0'(, _n..eI take HAYES' HEALING HONEY \ OP'1'IM'.T
a -
.......-.., .........- WAS TMRr
.olIo-..............oM_MldurfM cough medicine which stop the cough by ( ?SWEDISH
Comfort' C rd.1.,._ ....asks healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues. CLOY Its '
w 101.m*erMrtmry crmhmt ...4..".... A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE: /' SCOTLAMQTU
..."",'lwaIIoM...-....... ... 3ALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and a wtto WROTe
On t11aMSMITH'S prh*. I Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of HOME TD HIT
HAYES HEALING HONEY. The salve SW.8""I' should be rubbed on the chest: end throatof .YO children suffering from a Cold or Croup.The '. I Gar A- 1
Be.ling sect or HITM Hmllo*tfcmvr In- ii-: MIS=
GARAGE Hid Ih.Ibrrml combined with th. healing ifltiel ofGroa.OP.oTrot..Ive :' :
\ through tlM pof a of a
I b.akin tae Mop a eougb.Both -
STARKE FLA. I mncdlca. ... packed .b as. ratios lad tile
1 COM Of til. OMpbUMlt UMUnraC!.3IIc.I IONMa
I Just ask your drugtfUt for HAYES uoo a




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1 industry in that county. 1 deputies and conducting a campaign: r I I paid. More will be added if they are be stopped" Mr. Phillips said. TU

There were about 100 farmers 10I I against violators of fish and ga"me i needed to prevent unlawful fishing, citizenship Is giving the departmentclose

attendance at the meeting, which laws, according to Cecil R. Phillips, according to Phillips.West 1 cooperation and it is prepar)
assistant commissioner.Mr. Florida Orgsnlzed.
was the first get-together since the to with the situation.
f1. opening of the season. Some of these Phillips spent Saturday and West Florida is thoroughly
r9cte1y were from Alachua county. It was Sunday in Tampa conferring with ed, the central sections have orltanl.-\\ Assistant Commissioner. Phlll\ ,

I decided to erect a warehouse at Live member of the Florida Game Association received the attention of arranged yesterday for a meeting/ f
h', | Oak before the next season. and the Isaak Walton Lea- commissioner, and now Southern Florida : sportsmen to be held soon in the C.,"..

I | Congressman Green, whose home is gue. Ho left last right for Tallahassee will be the scene of the depart- Hall. lIe will discuss the ropo..dI

<4' I'HI" t2O tlllil 1O1) j 1! in Starke, was one time principal of but will rteurn later. ment's activities. I I amalgamation of the Isaak Walt ;
"There is much violation In the I League and the Florida Game A '.
; I
-- ; the schools in Live Oak, and spoke Making State Survey
I i old resident in Suwannee coun- Southern sections-a great deal in i soclatlon. He is opposed to this ac.
as an
GOING AWAY PARTY FOR 'of white lace over silk. She was attended in and Commissioner Royall Is making u Hllldborough ooiinty-and it will lion, he says.
Florida general
and gave
COLLEGE :STUDENTS: ; by the sister of the bridegroom ty survey of the state nnd will recom-
statistics, to show that the rich dirt
Mrs. W. Martin, who was mend the establishment of severalnew I
Silas Elise Jones a charming and farm lands hold great possibilitiesof
very attractive in a dress of green fish hatcheries in the Central .
going away party Saturday evening satin black crepe with echru lace attracting capital, and quoted figures and l Southern portiini of Florida, ac-
In compliment to Mill Fannio Catkins on the great industries of the '
trimming.Mrs. cording to Phillips.
Darby, who will be a student thin : Register, who I is employed as state. During his tour he has waged a
term at Shorter College, Rome, Ga., a waitress in the Nanceaowee Hotel Mr. Hardee tad! that he had been"strenuous fight on fishermen using rccD

i and Charles Darby who will study at Is a young lady with a pleasing per. rather skeptical a year ago when traps and seines. In the past thirty sy. _

the University of Florida. > sonality. Mr. Register has a position growing! was first projected, but that days, has discovered and destroyed

rj The feature of the evening was a I in Spooler's: store Both young peo- he Is now thoroughly sold on Its posi 6,000 fish traps and arrested twenty- ,I
clever entitled "All Swell that i .ibltitlea.I v1609ABRAH
play '
pie have many friends here who extend four violators of the gamo laws.
End Swell," written by Eugene Mat- boat wishes. They will maketelr :
| LAWTEY !Most\ of the violators fined
were retesting -
read Mrs. T.
The by
thews. play was home here for the wlnter.-Se-
I J. Alderman and the comedy was acted penalties as light as $300 and
by Eugene Matthews, Miss Hazel bring White Way, Sept. 11th. !I Lawtey, Sept. 18. Dr. and Mrs., ninety. days In Jail Phillips reports. LInCOI>-166
J. H. Carroduie visitors to .
were The courts have !been out
i Middleton and Harriet Ritch. The title ORANGE AND BLACK TEA ROOM: I meting
of Shakespeare': famous play, i, Starke Sunday { heavy. punishment for these violations. Worked by Day

"All's well that ends vjcMrand" made The opening of the Orange and Miss Agnes -Roberts in spending a | The past week has been spent in tho I j jI ,
Black Tea Room Tuesday afternoon, vicinity of Ocala by the commissioner
a most lauKhaU*:fomedy. few days with relatives in Lacrosse.I I'I'I
Adv suitable for a college boy from four to six, was a very pretty affair i, and assistant. They were a day on N Read at NightTh

J w T written by the girls to CharlesDarby and was attended by a large ;, Mrs. Mattie Fraser! of Jackson-I the Achlomhon River, destroying six

and advice for a college !girlwas crowd of admiring visitors. Mrs. Joseph ville was a week-end visitor at the ty fish traps.

given by the boys to Miss FannidDarby. : Spears Malpas and daughter, home of her brother, J. B. Rowe. Will Ask Breeding Place money President Lincoln earned asa

j .-."--- Miss Blanche Alderman and Miss Sarah Malpas, who are the own- I Commissioner Royall will take Im rail splitter he put In bank. In later

Comer Long were given prizes for ers of this attractive tea room, received | Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke, mediate steps to have Silver Springs, f life he often referred to his first bank ac-

giving the best advice. I the guests and were assistedby was In town Wednesday. for a distance of nine miles, declareda
At he read book he
i I count. night every
V efre>hlng fruit punch was served Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Miss At- | J. L. Harrell and Don Fryer were breeding place for fish and a hatch-

throughout the evening by Miss Mary leen Alvarez. I visitors to Hampton Saturday. j jMrs. ery. He is also working out plans to could lay his bands on.

C8 ova. Towards the close of the : As the name indicates the colors i I! have a part of Big Scrub In Marion Have you a bank account?

delightful evening Mrs. Jones, assisted I tilled in decorating this tea room are V. R. Reddish returned home I and Lake counties made a game re-

by her mother, Mrs. A. 1>1. Dar orange and black, the tables, chairs last week after spending several days serve. II you haven't start one with us today.

by, Mrs. A. W. Anderson and Mrs. 1'.1 and fancy grille work being artU- with relatives In Plant City! and MI-I! A special deputy has been placed Well' gladly explain our simple, safe

J. Alderman, served a tempting salad .:tally painted, and the table appointments :], ami. i upon all the lakes In Alachua countyto method of doing) business. _

course. also carrying out these at.rlki i prevent seining. Two fishermenwere . .
I. ( Mrs. W. I. Powell and granddaugh- A bank account Is a touchdown on the ". ". .
arrested during his visit there
The guests Included Misses Harriet ing colors. The flowers: used wereibowls ,
ter, Joyce Emma, of Winter Haven,|I f
Ritch, Virginia Weeks Hazel Middle- ard wall vases of orange col- for Illegal fishing and were heavily road to the goal of success.
I' are spending a few days here with |
: ton, Mary. Canova, Florence Andrews, ored fall flowers. Taking everything friends. fined.

Elizabeth Andrews Ruth Sternberg, into consideration, it is a tea room i i Mr. Royall inspected Salt Springs, :!' ,

i i H"* Lucille Johns, Lucille Mitchell, Free |i that would do credit to any city. | Misses Florrie Terry of ake City! a tributary of the St. Johns river, and

; Ii Ii' Wynn, Iris Epperson, Blanche Al- The many visitors were entertainedwith and Caudia Terry of Jacksonville; ) Lake George! and announced that Bradford }BankBradford
I I derman, Rosa Leviton, Fannie Darby, music, pleasant conversation and were week-end visitors at the home of seining In these bodies! of water has County

Gussie Mae Bennett.. Messrs. Julian refreshments of perfectly delicious \ their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. : ben virtually curbed by his deputies.
Financial Stronghold
Canova, Frank Carpenter, Joseph pineapple butterfly salad, sajtmes; I| Terry. I There are more than 600 deputy commissioners County's

Thomas, Gerald Middleton, Joseph, iced tea and coffee. Serving refreshments In Florida, honorary and Established 1889 STARKE, FLA.
Sternberg, Eugene Misses Lucille: Mitchell, '' James Pitta came home from Wal
1 Mnlpos, Sammy were: -
p.i, Matthews, Joe Sistrunk, Don Hoover, Virginia Weeks, Hazel Middleton and do and spent Sunday with his family. OdOIionoi- locaoi OClOClO- -- locaoi OIIOC.70xZg

Orle Wit-King, John Powell, Jimmy Harriet Ritch. <' Mrs. R. R. Thede and Mrs. W. I. o

I Brownlee, Owen Griffin, Hamilton The Orange and Clack Tea Room Powell were visitors to Starke Monday D a
Hitch, Comer Long, Curlyle Ritch, is on Call Street in tho business sec '' afternoon. o o

Charles Darby, and Wilbur Marsh- tion and Is most conveniently situat- ---- I
burn. | cd for the public. Regular meals will Mr. and Mrs. Hutto and children,

i I I bo served, also short orders at anytime \I of Starke were visitors to Lawtey i,
S. It. JOHNS BIRTHDAY JK- CELEBRATES \I during the day, and In the eve- Sunday afternoon. 'I HAMPTON BEACH ASINO

ring the tea room will be open un- .o O
Miss Carrol Cone returned to Maul-
: S. R. Johns, Jr., celebrated his tenthbirthday I tit after the picture show or any other D a
trle Ga. after spending
entertainment. Under the skillful ,, a 0
(' 1 Wednesday afternoo, from few days at the home of her uncle I .
four to nix, by giving a party to a 1 management of Mrs. Malpas and her and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. JlJrrett.\jI j
number of his friends, at the home daughter, Miss Sarah, the public will ____ I

I of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. ibe;i given tho belt of service in every Dr. G. W. Brown, of Tampa, was i.

I Johns, Sr., on Ninth St. i prrtlcular. .,I 1 a week-end visitor here ct the home I
After the little people had presented ; of his daughter, Mrs. J. T. Moore. DANCE o

their gifts to the handsome young :! BAPTIST :' I 0I
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Cash, of At- o
boat, they all had a merry time playing ;
games on the lawn. I I,I There will be preaching next Sunday lanta, Ga., arrived here Sunday, and r
morning and evening by Rev. M. are located at the Blanchard Re tau- ''
Fruit punch was served throughoutthe
C. :Stlth, of Jacksonivlle. rant. Mrs. Cash Is mployed by the |
afternoon, and later the birthday
I'! In the afternoon at three o'iock McDaugnl] Construction nt Highland.Ed 0Every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday
feast of cake and ice cream In cones ,
there will be services at Heilbronn 0
was greatly enjoyed by the children. Durban spent. Surday. with rela-
Springs conducted by the Evangelistic .
{ Mrs.. Johns was assisted in serving'''i, Brotherhood. tives in Wllllston. o D Nights from 8 to 12 P. M. In the finest
4 by her daughter, Miss Lucille, Misses; I iI I ____ !
Mary Canova, Elizabeth and Florence 1 I I N. A. Braddock of Plant City, was
Andrews and Lucille Mitchell. .I| 1 a visitor last week at the home of his ,

S I The quests at this merry party ,: Sunday School--at-10:00- : o'clock. ulster, Mrs. T. J. Terry I u Dance Casino in Central Florida.

were: Miss Marjorie Stump, Lois ; M. .
Truby superintendent.Preaching
IJ.| Mrs. J. H. Carro Long, Lois Adkins, Murla Weeks, ;; by the Pastor D. Tuck. Jack onvltle Tuesday.Joe o 0D
Martha Brownlee, Mary Brownlee, I 1
0 0p
er at 11:00 o'clock a. m., and 7:30: p.
; Florence Fincher, Bunny Canova, Marr spent Sunday with rela :

(t y. .Hutto Martha, Eloise Pawell,Hitch Betty Sanders Dorothy, Carrie Ritch, '' :Mid-week prayer service 8:00 and o'clock.choir;hives'I in Highland._ I II I I ON LAKE LITTLE SANTE FE !II

practice Wednesday at :
1 Ed Durban left the first of the I! .
Evelyn Stump, Stanley Bennett, A. E.
of the will '
morning sermon
I 1
./ Wall, Jr., N. T. Hitch, Jr., Kenneth be "The Value of a Man". Evening& week to attend school in Green Cove:

Church, Charles Henry McMillan, Bil :I, subject, "Let Us Alone." .I

J ly Powell, Arthur Darby Jones, Sin- I, There will be a general practice for Penny Dinktns of Jacksonville, wa I

clair Peek, Jr., Julian Peek, Jr., N. T. Rally Day. In the Sunday School. Allshould a visitor here Friday. Music By

Ritch, Jr., Milton Brownlee, Jr., Tommy '; be present. a

Hitch Ben Stem rg, Lillian I I; A cordial invitation Is extended to W. H. Burt, of Hawthorne, win in 0 0
Carrie Mrs. E. E. Canova, Misses : town on business Monday and Tuesday.
rll to attend the above services. ,
Mary Canova Florence and Elizabeth I i .
J "Andrew., Lucille Mitchell, Lucia'' MADELINE SII.COX I I ___ I JOHNNIE KILE
.; Furpluv, of Lakeland. : Arthur Powers of Jacksonville, was'a

\ '> i Madeline Silcox, two year old visitor to Lawtey Sunday, Mr. Pow- j j

t j SURPRISE PARTY I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Sil[ ers is a native of Lawtey but moved o 0

.' I I cox, died at their home on Jacksonville with his parents when j ja : a D 0
Saturday afternoon little Mica o
avenue September 2nd, at 6 p. m., after small! boy .
g Martha Powell was given a Jolly surprise :i
long and serious illness. She !I And His
party because: it was her eighth I The new parsonage; ; of Grace M. E. i 0
I I was laid to rest lake I
i in
r bltrhday. A number of her little church I II I was begun last week under'
friends gathered at the home of her I Igandparentc I I cemetery, the family burial) grounds. |! the leadership of A. M. Blanchard.I II
.; Mrs. :: The foTally, desire to thank Dr. Mid- :;,1t will be with
Mr. and Pau\\ B. I a five-room bungalow
Canova and after 'I t1!ton and friends relatives whoso modem
r giving ,i'M\t\ presents improvements. NOVELTY DANCE ORCHESTRA
kindly assisted them during 0
to the -
y. POPI ..1' young honoree,
the little illness, and for the beautiful flowers !; Calvin Prevail met; with a serious
;ple had time
.r a merry j I that covered the mound. I I, accident the first of the wtek, when
plaVg!! games on the lawn and enjoying (

delicious refreshments.\ The I FINE MEETING HELD !I I his caught Ford fir touring and turned He turtle'l' A REAL Dance Orchestra '

: ... out of town guests were Emmett and BY TOBACCO GROWERS fering with,," a broken shoulder and
Powell of Savannah Ga. I II 0 .
Gahagan, ---- several other bad bruises. I o d .
.Lr. '- Congressman R. A. Green Wa Prlncipal a
I I Mrs--Grge: o
Speaker. Mr. and Anderson
were visitors to Starke Sunday.
t surp-t;; 'I Live Oak, Sept. 12.-Concreuman'I' I
To the their many __ _
,' R. A. Green, who was the principal!I There was no sthool here Tuesdayand .
friends, Miss Clarissa Carter, of . .
Starke, Fla., and 1>. E. Register, of speaker at a meeting of the tobacco' Wednesday on account of the. J: -. .. '. -. .J '__ .- . : : ._ ----- ,;:: : :
f. of Suwannee and nearby teachers Icing absent at the teach.en
home of growers
Sebring were_ married at the
counties held in the court house at meeting in Gainesville.
the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Register, Sunday. The Live Oak this afternoon at"2:30, In.' STATE OFFICERS TO WAR YOUR REAL ESTATEWith

I. ceremony took place at 7:30: with only jected: an enthusiasm into his audience AGAINST ILLEGAL FISHING
members of the Immediate family! I and made one of the best speeches on -

'.' present. Reverend Turner of Wanchu- the agriculture of that section and Tampa, Sept. 14.-Waging a war
"' 1 i its possibilities! which has ever been against Illegal fishing In Southerni
,: 1' la performed the ceremony. .
.."..'r',; The blrdawore. a very pretty dressCoJds delivered In Live Oak. I i Florida, State Game Commissioner PEEK REALTY COMPANY
,. Ex-Governor Cary A. Hard, a J. B. Royal will arrive In Tampa within
banker of Live Oak, was also on the a few day to establish temporary',
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speaking program, and told! In convincing n ad
lAXATTVC BROMO QUINIME .-. meow words of the progress which 'He will remain In the city for about .. .. .. ..
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SEPTMEDER 18. 1925. BRADFORD __ ._. .. pi
r mis.**i -_ .n ---- --. --, -------
will PALMETTO INSURANCE t,Ion of new $160,000 high school ; .
Mrs. LV.. Klckliter. They .If!! IF YOU HAVE 5V

go by way of Jackspnvile to Pablo I r M.1rl..PIlM.SIek"l o1 COMPANY GETS WARNING : Ferry-Till* -place to have Dew "+
l Bow.1. Dorms A. Sour Slonuch.
Beach, St. Augustine, Daytona, and ..d B.lchh>., Four food doo not South Carolina Firm May Lose Florida .: WGO.OOO: hotel.SarasotaAdair. *
horn Mrs. ...l Bits of Local i other points on thelrway Business. I '
i Realty and Trust !
Klckliter will spent a few weeks with

them In their home at Stuart. I \\.T F!Ilse l Tallahassee--Warning has been Issued j 3o., to erect new $5,000,000 fifteen rTavaresLaku

Ill.lrlllltill I will mmdy lhM the Palmetto Insurance company I story hotel %

SELL 8000 ACRES ONFAIRBANKS of South Carolina by State -
county to let more
HIGHWAY I Treasurer J. C. Luning, who Is x-of-
Business and
Concerning Our People, The moat valuable of the property FlofI I than; $2,000,000 worth of road] andBridge
I of
y' Progret of the County and Town. considered, useful for retort purposes, : ficio insurance commissioner 1 contracts during month of
I To Have ,
Williamson Tract Reported ida, that unless the issuance of certificates
ha been withdrawn and held in thu September: ; Astor bridge project to
the stateunder
.I Brought Price of 20000000. on automobiles In
I itself cost 150,000.
federal government
of the
.J I on agreement with tha manufacturers -
14. The Williamson for future sale fit :Florida price Sarasota-Plana
Gainesville, Sept. of well-known
of a car a completed for newtenstory
REPORT Mrs. R. J. Davis and baby are
WEATHER public !
spending two weak in St. Augustine tract comprising 8,000 acres Tho remaining urapproprlated design. is discontinued the company's ofllc building to be erected: di

Weather Report for week ending with friends.' Mr. Davis motored of land running from the main high- lands are scattered tracts throughout i license expiring' October 1, will\ not) hero
Fairbanks all the throughto the following counties: Alachua, '
16 1025. and the day with way at way bo renewed. :
Sept. Prec there Sunday spent Bellamy was sold yesterday by 740 acres; Baker, 20B; Brevard 401; I Nether the certificates nor the'' Dunedtn-New EDO-wait capacity
Date Max. his family. B. Williamson to J. J. Shannon, Calhoun, 346; Clay, 526:! ; Columbia, "master policy" on such cars are Issued radio broadcasting station being in* ..

Sept 10 93 72 .ort J. Fletcher Burnett and C. T. Bobbltt 3871; Dixie, 240; Escambla, 394; Flag- by duly authorized residents ol stalled at Fenway hotel. :.1.
11 ea 73 .00 Mrs. R. A. Gahagan and sons, Emmett ____
Sept. i In connection with a Miami syndicateand ler, 1; Gadsden, 272; Hamilton, ; Florida, which I la contrary to the $2. y .
72 ,00 Fort City planning
12 92 Powell, who have spent -
Sep und I said be wellin I Holmes 43 Lafeyette, 280; Leon, 200 '.'
others for a price to ; business laws of the state, the cornmissioner programlnc:1u.!
13 90 71 .00 several weeks at tile home of her liladiso',123Nassau I 000,000 improvement::
Sept. excess $200.000. The deal was made I Levy, 120; Liberty 502; declared.
14. 90 71 .00 father, L. C. Powell, returned Mon- : ing: $1,000,000 subdivision, ten.etor1-
160 Putna.ii,
Sept. GO but not closed Until 222 Okaloosa, ; ,
days ago, was ; In letter written to the Insurance modern
,00 Savannah Ga. office building and five story
15 91r .71 day to their home in '
Sept. I II II II yesterday. 648; Santa' Rosa, 120; Taylor, 1,060; the commissioner statue "

Sept. 16 for 91 week 70.97 In. .00 I the Telegraph I This is one of tlio largest acreage 1 1I i Union, 480; Walton, 848; Wakulla, 80; ::company that ho had been shown a certificate npnitnicnt house
sale at -
Total rainfall Legal blanks for "
I I deals: closed in this county for several Watiington, 307.THE. : countersigned by an agent of Detroit TnmpaCunranty Title Co., purchasca -

: office. !, months and illustrates In part''I Mich., in which a Florida car was : site on aFayette Avenue for
N. B. Hull has gone to Homestead MOVIES" I build '+
Mrs.Long Island to visit her sister Mrs. J. E. Mtllman, of New Orleans :I the interest which Is being shown I given protection against certain baa ,, erection of new $1,000,000 bank 1

; wsa in Starke Thursday on a visit I m Alnhua county lands by Miami i By Dr. Frank Crane : ards. ing. -'-- -

'with her father, Dave Kite. Mrs. I Rpltalmts and local citizens. .
Friday in e 1
Adklns writes
A. Z. spent super !
Mrs. Occasionally some one
I Millman was on her way home after I G. T. Bobbitt, the agent' in tire ,
Jacksonvllla with her sister, Mrs. J. ciliously of the moving. picture show,. FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL ANT A-WOE]
attending the funeral of her brother, transaction, also sold! five farms yes-: I. REVIEW -
C. Adkins. it is, hence degrading
how cheap
i A. of MIami of
Dave, at Cortez. terday, to W. Thompson, .
who has been In the city with I anyd d for youth. I_ Winter. Haven-Thirty-fiv. e new iLJCOLUMI'JU
Stith of Jacksonville, will time want to secure a rep-
C. ,
M. I Any you
New goods arriving daily nt Mr. Bobbitt for some time. The farms residences to be erected here
services Sunday morning superior person, .
conduct the utation for being a
I each 160 acres, andare said to I
and evening at Baptist church. have brought prices between $30 and not an ordinary but exceeding fine I Lakeland-New Lakleand hotel to ....... i. ,

George F. Scott, of Lakeland $40 per acre. !Mr. and Mrs. Thompsonare haired and high-bred and uppish, sit cost $800,000. I FOR SALE Gonulne Missionary
Everything you need for returned home Saturday after spend- still at the White House in this down and write contemptuously of : Strawberry plants from Salisbury.

school children at Stump'sMrs. ing several days with his brother F. city, and are looking for good investments something the mob likes. The very Williston-10,000 acre tract, Dear Maryland. Leave :your order early.

A. Scott. Rev. Scott was enroute from in local! l ,ntls. fact that the multitudes loves it, hero, purchased by L. B. McLeod and Ed L. Browne, Rt A, Starke 7-24-U
Bailey and son, of Palm" It's naughty for the first principle C. Y. Barnes of Tampa. I
Albert Clayton, Ga., where ho spent the past They themselves: as being shows ; I __ FOR SALE -.60,000 strawberry

Beach, are visiting her mother, Mrs" summer. .' I enthused express over the prospects and business -I of snobbery is that what the I Dunedin-Much building construction plants. G. C. Sweat, Starke It*

A. Williard. I .1 multitude like Is low. under I
In this part of the state, and way.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Aldermnn who I Then after awhile when you ge FOR SALE-Missionary strawberry

Mrs. J. L. Peek, Mrs. F. H. Long and I have been visiting his parents, Mr. are unrestrained!: in their praise and of more sense-which, pray God, may I Ocala-Construction begun on new 1 plants. E. Geksner, Route 1, Box.
Gainesville -
surrounding O-ll-St
son, Allen, motored to Palatka Saturday : and Mrs. G. W. Alderman left Wednesday the beauty of come soon to puss!-you will bt !
St. Augustine moved, to resign your neat among the I i
afternoon. for a visit to WANTED-A man single or mar-
will make Mr. machinery
The deals yesterday I Haines City-Skinner .. .
there will rcturrf to their 20 Immortal elect scratch their mottoes I work small farm. Will .
rnd from ried to a
Bobbitt's sales in Alachi'a and Bradford Co., of Dunedin, to locate bore '
E. K. Perryman came up from Day- home in Baltimore.The counties total well over $1,000- out of your copy-book and lean i I $1.60 cash per day worked.

tona Beach Satuhday evening and I he heroin that the Instinct of the great mass Tavarea-Plans approved for ereeI Will furnish houso and fuel and a
000 since began operation
spent Sunday here with his family. Missionary! circle of the Baptist January It Is said. of humanity are more to be trustee I : per cent of crops made. Address P.

I church will meet next Monday afternoon -.. -. I than tho epigrams of the hoity-toity Health O. Box 491, Starko. U* E

Gerald Middleton and Newn Alvarez at three-thirty, at the homo FLORID SURFACED 271.9 As for me and the !girls and boys. Renew Your i i i --- *

returned last week from a mo-' of Mrs. W. L. Wall, on Cherry St. AliI MILES OF ROADS IN 1921 'I' in our block, we do( sincerely glvi! ; FOR RENT-There nice room on

to North Carolina. I women of the church nre urged to at- : I, thanks' for the movies.I i by PurificationAny I Walnut street. Suitable for light
tor trip of ,\k';; Is. Sent Out Young's
tend. I II Estimate By have nothing to say against th I house-keeping. Call at

Mrs. S. T. Dell and-children, of : Highway Bureau. I I "light. Only, there are a lot of peo ; phyncinn will tell' yon that Store, Starko. It*, ,

Gainesville have been at Kingsley Co&intcts for deeds chattel mort- I pie who cannot afford to spend fron L "Perfect 1'iirifivntum of the System
Tallahassee! ; Two hundred and seventy -
., blanks option contracts, war I is Nl1tun'li foundation of FOR RENT-On South Walnut St., i
lake occupying: the Weeks cottage. I I K g nine-tenths miles of $2 to $5, or oven 50 cents! on an eve
four and
ranty deeds, retain title notes, turpentine i, nine's' entertainment, and no sham I Perfect! lIl'alth.VtJv not rir! furnished home with all modern
I for sale at the tate highways of Florida were surfaced -I that suitable for boarder
Furplus, of Lakeland, came leases, etc., to them. vourseI'! ..r! clr'iin: ailments conveniences

Sunday Lucia and' is guest! at the home of Telegraph office. ,, during 1024, according to an I But It's many and many who cannot : nre ini'lerniinin; your vitality? House In first class condition, or .'
estimate sent out by the bureau of pub 1 taking of houso. Mm. S. F, i rIlamrck.
fain Ret dow.1 Purify ynnr 'Miliri' system Uy> will rent part
her grandfather, P. E. Canova. Mr. and' Mrs. Cecil Ritch and J. U. \lie roads, of tho United States Do- I do this book and must street car far" a thorough course. of (Julotnbicnco ,, It.

B. Build, of St. Augustine, motored pnrt lent: of Agriculture. 'I: In a little even twice week for uuvuriilvpeks I
spent Mon- I look sharp for rooi' -- or a "
G. and who have to
and accompanied Of miles In the state ,
here Saturday were the 2,508.5 anj how Nature r" FOR SALE-Missionary: strawberry
day In Gainesville attending to busi by Miss Iris Eperson, who spent sev- I system of Florida, 1J01.8\ had been I| rent; these need amusement Easy street-' mor'o varjs--you with pen honllh."al..nn' : Plants. $3.00 per thousand.l In sin- !

ness. St. Petersburg. Whilein surfaced the end 1923 the estimate -t i than tIle residents on / r
eral weeks In I at o the greatest of all gle thousand lots. A. Bronk,
to the movies.Not i arc ,
New Fall town Mr. and Mrs. Ritch and Dir.Budd I states. I Tho people go purifiprn. (Hot It f' .. Starke. 9-18-21
Line of'lII
Beautiful: only because they are oneoj
and Mrs,
were guests of I The total mileage: of highway containing full directions -

Silks at Stump's. W. J,.Epperson and Mr. and Mrs. N. I built to grade! or a.irfaced on the : however.that cheap-to There are them some nobody other thing goes; price, .15 ots ; trial package, I am in the. market for cotton. J F. I.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larson and T. RiU-h. l United'systems States of the in state 1924 t'lroujhout was' 23.161.: / the the lectures ore, for Instance.We ; 10 ctk. At aii/ drug store. (All v.) KlckhtiT. It. A

lion Charles Jr., of Lakeland, are The reading circle of the Methodist -I report add, with 17,000 miles 'sur- '' go because thu movies are good. .

guests of Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight I Missionary Society will meet faced. !\ Their range of subjects li high. :

for a few days. next Mondy afternoon at four o'clockat At the end of 1023, according to : You really absorb a cleat of useful v1Q: We can charge your (

of Mrs. W E. Middleton,. information to speak of in u $:; seat.
the first of the home the bureau's estimate, there were I
Col. D. E. Knight spent business on West Madison St. Mrs. C. F. I 111,400 miles of surfaced roads in They are artistic. You see heal fSmith's

the week in Tallahassee Board.Dr. on. Stamen will have charge of the meeting state systems of the country, out ot'l',I I life, -trees are trees, and not painted Storage Battery In .
before the Pardoning church I canvass horseso actually running on
:. All ladies of the are a mileage of 251,610.0. ;

and Mrs. R. M. Baker, of Jack'sonville cordially invited to be present. I I Illinois leads among the states In'' mountain roads, and' not on a treadmill !: ;
motored here Tuesday and l I total mileage surfaced during 1921, apparatus; sure enough StFalake

of her aunt, Mrs. W. J. Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph I with 1,399 with Arkansas next, with i ttnd l not waves made of blue cloth Garage f
were guests under It.
office. | with stage hands wallowing
Epperson, at Kingsley lake. I 1,310.0. : ,
tortured !
At a movie you arc not _
New York led in total mileage surfaced -

J. Bullen and daughter,' Mrs. Katie Stroman and children, at tho end' of 1923, with 8,831.3.: with the torture of the English\ lunuaga. ':.dIILm..." ___ ......__AcP -
Mrs. J. Hazel and Walter, of Miami, came i There Is no talking. If there's
Texas has the total
left Wednesday morning for Ty- Urgent mileage
June Stroman's sister-
to visit Mrs. Hare
went to visit Sunday of the state systems, lflCC3.0, being anything to say It's printed. .
where they
rone, Pa., Mrs. Stro- .
in-law, Mrs. S. S. Dowling. tho leading lady does not turn her
Mrs. Bulten's parents, Mr. and Mrs. but the I recorded. i .
returned home Tuesday
mnii I back to yon and mutter heavens '.

Graw. children wit! spend the winter hero FLORIDA TRAFFIC I what, nor the leading mnn month !

Tele-I with Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling.' i CONTINUES HEAVY I omcthlng one can hear, and that
the .
Legal blanks for sale at
1 I right at too critical moment.' You get n
graph office. Blanche Alder I Atlanta, Ga.-Florida boundItwas .l1)
Mines Mona and
end hence'
i.ll that Is taking place,
J. S. Malpas will leave Sunday for man and Elise Iris Eperson left the !,' estimated this afternoon by an I your money's worth, even If it is only
week for Tallahassee unofficial observer, whose duties
Mich. where ha will spenda first of the I five! cents.'
St. '
Joseph, .
where Miss Mona will teach music post him on Marrietta street, that at .
the Cooper-Wells The real refined gentry complainof
week attending I
salesmen meeting. In the Florida State Collcire for Wo- least 200 tourist laden, baggage tho cinema being low and vulgar. epNEy

and burdened, dusty cars wheel into Atlanta -
men, and Misses\ Epperson \ I can only say that I have frequented

Mr. and Mrs. G. Alderman; Mr. Blanche'! Alderman will resume their daily, parade clown Marrietta film shows_In Rome. Florence and the
institution. street, turn to the right at Whitehall -
and Mrs. Geo. C. White, Misses Mona studies in the same mountain towns' of Italy, Purls and
street and head their steaming radiators \ -
, and Blanche' Alderman, Mr. and Mrs I French villages, in London on thu

Carl Alderman, of Baltimore, were P. E. Canova has had his handsome towards Florida Strand and Chepstow on the Wye, H
I N. Walnut St. done over inside It Is the talk of merchants along :
of Dr. and Mrs. home on I
dinner guests Sunday Koekuk, Saint Jo, French Lick, Chl- i
) the State Farm. and painted outside, and the entire i Marrietta and White hall streets that' ;

E. R. Marshburn. at rago and New York, and never' saw
1 place presents a very pleasing i they never before witnessed such
Indecency nor one picture I would
) Supt. II, B. Miggins, Prof S, S. appearance. a stream of motor tourist headed not ore want boy to see. They may ,
number of teachers in the I for the peninsula state, this early In my When You Need MoneyTo
Dowling, a ladies' I have them, but I missed them. I
! B. H. S. and teachers throughout Very special! reduction on the season. Movies and' ,
But It's dark in the J
In Gainesville Silk Dresses at Stump's.Miss The automobile are laden with I
Bradford county were Henrietta Padgett and broth, I hoys and girls hold hands! More power ,
the everything from stepladder to baby '
, Tuesday and Wednesday attending er, John Padgett, of Palmetto, spent buggle I to their arms? I myself when carry on your business remember that a depositorin .'

Teachers Association. and Monday here at the homeof young held hand In church, and the I fromus
] : Sunday : "It seems that the're carrying I I '' this bank will always get accommodation
Mini upshot of It was girl married me
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.
ins everything they'll need In Florida
Elastic Belraders, step- Padgett went from Starke to Tallahassee but and still has me, and may a like fate j i if we can possibly tee our way clear to grantingit.
Girdles clas-aronnds, Combinations j bungalows, one observing merchant U
Reducing Garments, Brassieres to resume her studies In the yawned today. fall on all young villlanst I a

; Front. lacing Corsets. See State College, and John Padgett went'to I hope to see the day when there .

the complete Gossard line at Chapel Hill to enter the University FLORIDA LAND OPEN TO will be a Movie In every schoolhouse, I small one .
Stump's. of North Carolina. ENTRY ALMOST GONE for I am sure they are beyond book I Whether you are a large depositor or a

r Seattf.redrt: ; and precepts make no difference in the attention your request
E. M. Johns, and littla T. left Few Left, Interior
Col. and Mr* Mr. and Mrs. J. Quigley I
will receive.
daughter, Gloria, have returned home Monday: for Hartford: Conn., to visit Department Say ..

after spending the summer at their Mr. Quigley'a mother and other relatives Washington-The rush to Florida

Kingsley: lake cottage.: I living in the New England : has abosrbed all the valuable federal Q9.-Q Start an account with us.

State On their return trip they public lands there open to home- I
r The Ladles; Auxiliary of the Presbyterian wilt visit New York Cty and Wash- seeker I
chnrch will have "evokedfood Malaria China and F..oiDenlae
a ington. On July 1, 1924. the public domain Bilious Fever

sale Saturday afternoon, J3 pt. in Florida amounted to ,80.000 aces,,I II UD or ... (<....

19th. at Hull' Store, beginning at 1 SEED t- _PEANUTSN. last July it had dwindled 20XK I' BANK OF STARKEThe
8 o'clock.Mr. 1I
I acres. Today the Interior department
Seed Peanut
C. or Florida I Habitual Constipation Cured
Lanen and Mr F. M Four rant announced that non remained open i
J Edwin $1.00 per bushel In 14 to 31 Day .
Walrath, two of the prominent and p.r pound) f. o. b. LowcIL.FT*. for entry Xf eat tract of little value -LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" U a speritllyprapareil Bank of Helpful Service
Habitus'Constipation. !
progressiv. citizens of that beautiful! H. T BALL COMPANY. .. A SyrapTonic-Laxativefor and
Lowell FU It relieve promptly WE PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGSrDln.V
louth-wectern lake city, Keystone l-o-tf. To C:.r. a C.ld In 0.. 09 should be taken regularly for 14 to Zl days p
business visitor to George W. Thomas ad..... It StloralatM and ,
Heights were T.U LAXATIVE BROMO WTKWZ:(T.I>M.>. Irw. to Induce cellular
Green COT Springs Monday.KGreen Pauline, of Stuart, left Wednesday .'b. r..b _h"_rat. Regulate. Very Pleasant to Take. too -
home accompaniedby Cold. W.cIIOVE.-' boCtJe. ,
Springs Times. morning for. their .oar

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.__ __ .. .., _.. __ ... FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1923. I
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I. FOR OVER 40 YEARS Punta Gorda-City votes on $150- 'j St. AugustineElectric light

!! Hume Sewing I I HALL'. OATARHU ItfKIHCIlVM: has been 000 bond issue for constructing I being installed in
L u..... auccMitully in the treatment ol 1 park.
FARMING trie light plant and
I FARMERS and Cu.ta.rrh.IIAMS. now city hall.West elee-I -

I II CATARnft MR1HCIXK'\ W"Vfata St. Augustine-Construction begunon

I of an Ointment which QlllcKl) Palm Beach-Good Samaritan first unit of Florida East CoastRailway'
i' Tr s ssss?' ? Relieve by local application and Iht
Intmal. Madlrlna, a Tonlo which aoU I Hospital to have 125000. addition. Co.'s repair shops
AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE I through the. Blond on U.. Mucous Bur
face thu. reducliw the Inflammation. St.
AUriCLES OK FARM EXPERIENCES Bold by all druimistp.' Auburndale"Auburndale Journal"to

BE BEST SUI'IKD TO OUR CO UNTY I F. J Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. erect new building. and office building to be erec

: I I II I I Jacksonville-Contract awarded for -
l. I
; SPRAY FOR WHITEFLY !|i HOME AGENTS FOSTER t erecting two 165-000 steel radiotowers II I I

;; The fight of the fall) brood of whitefly j HEALTH AND OTHER WORK II I II t on waterworks alte.I .

''s is about over. This brood has I, WITH SCHOOL CHILDREN } Our Cross-Word Puzzle
I II !l I
its abundance. I ---- I
i been rather spotted |I The work of the county and homeI

Many sections of the state report I I demonstration agent is closely con- j I, I l' j
School Frock
whitefly than for many years.This
; more { nccted with that of tho schools in the
I 14 and 16 vertical the I I
be correlated with are easy-and of the 59 in the brainteaser -
apparently to .
less rainy weather than usual in those I\I I various counties. As school season ..,....:Jt'J; big boys in this puzzle. They are j I only a very small per cent of them
I approaches again, the home demon- :... both nine letter words-but find them will
sections during tho past summer. This j I cause you to thumb the leaves ofa
health '
with '
I Httatton agents are busy and
you keys to work out
every There'
the dictionary.
bas prevented of
climatic condition t an evening
: < and club enrollments ini ,
piograms other: word in the clever
; tho i:1' arrange- keen pleasure
entoomogerious fungi particularly wrapped up in this
connection with the schools : :
) i i : ment.
Virtually all of
the words
red nschersonia and the brown fungus are.. small package: Try It out.HORIZONTAL .
"Tentative plans for a health program | .t./ ...
from controlling the summer brood as Jfo"J ToOA.--q: :1....
for the rural schools of Duval -;.: 'J, A( ...
( usual. ... ...,.
/ effectively as of -- nna .a
county were formed at a meeting
1> The season for applying t he fall rural field workers and the Florida Beginning tnfs week, Ruth D () 13Ie.

t spraying for whitefly and scale in Wyetn will contribute a
Public Health Association this week, Sara
hand J. R. Wat- (I regular ted feature on home
sects is close nt says
says Miss Pearl Luffitte, the homo dressmaking. She outlines all the
ion, entomologist of the Florida Ex wills and tells how
J demonstration agent. "Nutrition I season's new styles .
periment Station. The earlier thiyl be stressed as the vital study. An the handy woman can be well

can be done the better, for two rea- I dressed at little cost. Read these
effort will:! be made to introduce the I
,.1 sons. In the first place, the white I articles every week in this news w
I tenches in all rural
serving/ of hot .
t flies easily killed in their I paper. -
are more schools. The home demonstration department I I
i,' earlier stages of growth.; In the second nutrition
will direct the :: I I I
place by spraying early one saves I program./ i of the women will market I'uavaI 9' a o"

t ''fI!' the drain on the trees resulting from Miss Sallle Lindsay home demonstration pate:: which they are trying to standj'j 313Wt I

'I the feeding of the insects. arize. They are molding it <
agent; !in Lee county recentlymet I II II I
i MT Watson says that most citrus with a committee from the Ion ;:, butter molds asd then wrappng it in';' tJouI
need to be sprayed In the fall '' I I
, J t groves club to plan kitchen equipment for waxed paper and puttirtj it in plain
J for these pest. However it Is not 'butter j j
the school. The club is sponsoring hot cartons I
Jt1 safe to spray citrus trees with oil lunches in the school. I The local leaders whom et with Mrs.

I emulsions when the tens;-erature is Miss Marie Cox home demonstration E W. Moore in Citrus county recently I i

J Over 90 degrees; or when there is too agent in Lake County made became so interested In guava products I -. -

much young; growth; on! the trees. By personal visits to three principals of that they decided to postpone a I

11 the latter half of September or early schools to make plans for carrying | basketry demonstration that was ,, t. Roads traveled
is usually 1. Mark left Ty point of pencil 5. Part of a book
I October the temperature
on club work with boys and girls I in scheduled for the second day. Dur-
low and the growth hardened 3, Term cf respect I 6. Note of the scale
enough I
; the in
ling this
:r. the schools. She found each of them grape season county
'f; up sufficiently to make spraying safe. interested and ready io help her in Mrs. Moore gave a number of demon- 'II 5. A buddy I I 7. Make lace with a hand shuttle

Our best spray solutions are oil I stratlons in makirig grape products, U 7. Preposition 9. A measure of weight (abbr.)
any way possible. I I I/11.
emulsions. The trees should be ', 8. Decay Means of transportation (abbr.)
Including butters sweet
pastes .
Mrs. N. D. Crabill believes in keeping pick.j
sprayed thoroughly both upper and ,j' lea and 10. Money 13. A color!
the youngsters of DeSoto countyin jellies conserve. I Ii I
I under parts of all parts of the trees good health before school 10I I I i I ,j ji 12. Preposition 14. Belief in doctrine
/ age d
being hit. I i I Give the milk cow a vacation be- J 14. To discharge slowly 16. Always fresh.
they will be ready for school. She I
I I The fall spraying for whitefly and 1 I fore I she calves again. She should be 15. Press 18. Buctla
recently spent sometime in'going I
purple scale Is usually the moat important dry for a month or six weeks. She Every mother fa interested In 17. A sharp sour taste 20. Prefix meaning recent
over plans for a baby and pre-school ( a
S: spraying of the season. clinic, with special demonstratlons i! will be in a good strong condition and stylish and serviceable fell school 19. Insect 22. Self .
nit -
,, I will produce more milk after calving. frock for her daughter. This ffaaofrock 21. Uniform i,26. Result of 59 Horizontal
it in feeding and of child thru |
BIRD care
combine! effect.tIt of line 23. Result of extensive alcholistn I 127. A numeral
WHEN NESTS ARE SUPPLIEDFor second summer. 1 I I with rich-ass of U made
#- The grunt, grunt grunt of some of tweet and nlrroleao. (abbr.) I 29. Also

economic as well as for esthetic (:OUNTY101 AGENTS IiELI' I I fat porkers means the jingle jingle, I 24. Mahammendan prince 1 130. 2i hours

reasons an effort should be DEVELOP POULTRY INDUSTRY jingle of some good dollars for Florida 25. For example (abbr.) 34. Past

made to attract and protect birds and i farmers fortunate enough to have 26. An exclamation used by horse-I 135. Mixes together

| Interest in poultry in Florida" is I porkers for sale.FLORIDA. I men |138. Substance resulting from decomposition
to increase their numbers, says the "' Growing Old Too Fast? -
United States Department of Agri- II I I growing at a rapid rate and 28. Distress call I by electrolosys.
I I county agents are often called to STATE FAIR I
culture. Birds feed upon practically ,<1, on I 29. Walked on I 37. Take away

all insect pests They are viraclous help with poultry work. Their reports I Many Starke Folk Feel\ Older sad 31. Number 39. An animal
to the Agricultural; Extension Prizes totaling approximately $25- Slower Than They Slu-ild.: 32. I'143.I A passing
able to move freely from place to Ship's diary fancy
Division reveal some of the activities 000, are to be listed in the eighth an-I
and influence In 33. Constructed Period of time
place exert steady
a in this line. nual premium list of the Florida State 14't.
down the tide of 35. Offer I Worn by ancient Romans
keeping swelling "This week with the assistance of Fair, which will! be held in Are you weak, tired all wirn-ontl
Jackson-I 38. A wild 47. Cravat
insect life I Do you feel years older than othei ;
N. ville from November Id to .
R. Mehrof extension
It is not only possible to attract poutlryman I folks of your arc? Then lot,k to youl 40. Move 49. Indefinite article '
a interesting poultry meetingwas The premium list which is just off kidneys 1 The I
numerous species of birds by supplying '' very ,, kidneys are the blood. 41. Bitter plums i 51. European river
held west of Fort Pierce," says the press presents a comprehensive filters and if they weaken, the effect 42. Half I] "3.
," boxes and other nesting facilities is an em Preposition
Alfred Warren, St. Lucie County representation of Florida's agricul'I quickly felt. You hate constant I
says the department, but it has been backache headaches, diziinetia and 43. Cunning 56. Minister (Degree)
agent. "Every one of the 21 people tural, horticultural and industrial endeavors urinary troubles. You feel ,
\ amply proved that the total bird I lame still 45. Conclude I
present was vitally interested in the which will! be exhibited. Four and achy-all played out. Don't wait! 40.
1', population on given area can be I German (abbr.)
a ;
meeting. Besides discussions on feeding teen groups will be presented in the Use Doan'e Pills-a stimulant diuretic I R AND H L q LD'
raised far above normal by these and I to the kidneys. Read what this Stark 48. The young of a goat or sheep RK R
and general of county exhibits practically all VIOLEI
care poultry, a I
other methods of attraction. The resident says: Preposition
larger demonstration in culling; boarder hens ( standard breeds of the state will be I!,I Chas. Crutchfield, farmer, "1 I T RE 1 (iN I G LEG
says 52. Prefix
the number of birds, of course, the meaning double
was given. Every one took an active I represented in the livestock entries. j I I can hardly describe the misery" I err 64. CUR 0 e e S
greater the drain upon their food sup part in this demonstration." I The Home Demonstration and the'Woman' 'I I dared from lame back. When I lifted, Conjunction IRON KILT L00
ply. If this food consists chiefly felt 55. Load dice in order to cheat
', Work as though someone had stuck Top g D A 0 5PRE.
i Considerable interest shown in departments will exhibits
was II'
of injurious insects, man profits; knife Into my back. I wu nearly 56. Prefix meaning down
If of the products of his cultivation, a culling demonstration held recently I varied assortments of canning 1. past going. I got up at nignt to pass 67. Negative conjunction NAP
in the north part of Brovard county "sewing, millinery cooking, embroidery I the kidney secretions. Doan's PUll TENET MA gE
he suffers. All things! considered, according; to W. G. Wells the tatting, china painting and from Turner's Drug Store, cured me. 58. Placed himself I PER R N T UNAARAM
however it is better have I Price 60c all 59. To unite
to more I at dealers. DoVt two or more numbers : gRUJ
county agent./ He says that prospects many other articles, and adequate Imply ask i for< DDS
a kidney -irst
birds, for the injurious individuals or ,, I I remedy VERTICAL sAPg
are good for the enlargement prizes have been offered by the fair Doan's Pills-the sam that Mr, oDEs
kinds be 1. Act
can controlled or suppressed! of the poultry business in that sec I I' asociation for the best exhibits their Orntchfleld had. F"'ter-Milburn Osw I V REPViNER r'EARISES
while the useful species, if not present' tion. work. I Mfrm.. Buffalo' N. Y. I 2. Horse's gait '

in time of need can not be hastily An 8. Passes off In vapor I K L A N N ( S H N E S 9I
"Culled 61 hens out of a flock of entirely new exhibit for the
summoned. Experience has shown that
| 187" says R. R. Whittington, agent negroes will! be that of the Florida -
those who have Increased the number -- -- -
|sin 1 Bay county.B. Agricultural and Mechanical college

of birds on their property have had I F. Whitner reoorts that arranira. and a larger and varied exhibit .is I A FALL FASHION FANTASY By A. B. CHAPIN
I cause for satisfaction rather than re '
I ments are being made for a second;;; expected this year from the negroesof

gret.The annual Seminole County Poultry In- the Farm Makers Pig Club and the .
average number of birds over -uc/ANSEd
the I stitute at Geneva, October 2. Thisis Home Makers Poultry Club.
eastern United States
is a little t
win Now I.M/r
I held under the auspices of the Approximately fifty classifications
more than one pair to the acre, but t wrru us-
it seems fairly easy to increase this. Seminole County Poultry Associationand I I, it is announced, will be entered (in the l Faae 41sT ..

number In suburban, residential and an Interesting program is being ,I fifth annual championship cat show TO FW9t .p- vad wa.MVciteas .
prepared. I which will be held on November 20 to
parked areas to about 10 pairs to the NNotfaltW0.
and it is
121 expected that approximately
acre. This has been accomplishedat MUCH FRUIT PRODUCTS "MEN tEAAC
3000 birds will be s
entered in the O 9os1eYnwnl -
+ a number of places in the United CANNED WITH HELP OF I .
tenth annual St4Awtse.vronNTvA4
poultry show
it; States.A DEMONSTRATION"{ AGENTS Burton, of Arlington, Texas', will! I 8r ,,,.. I, 111 Ycups2Ar5"'
frequently-cited familiar Euro-
pean example of the value of attracting : Florida" is so well blessed with fruitsof serve showwhlch as! official judge at the poultry f) 1 r I

birds is worth repeating, says every kind that it seems that gives prolmse of being .,i" '
one of the largest ever held in the .
the Biological Survey of the Depart every rural family should have

ment. On the estate of Baron Von I fruit every day, either fresh, preserved Southeast. A "separate, premium list ALSO -

Berlepsch In Germany, bird attraction or canned. Indeed this Is the Is being prepared for the dog show EARDROPS g i I NINIYs
goal of which will be held on Tuesday and
methods of every kind were practiced county home demonstration

and among; other things more agents whose reports show that every Wednesday, November 24 and 25.

than 2,000 nests were supplied of week a great deal of work is done A copy of the premium lists will be

which 90 per cent were occupied. with fruits. mailed to anyone Interested upon application

During an outbreak of the oak leaf- Many Lake County women who to R. M. Striplin, secretary POAT1acu MtnBr I

roller other woods in the region were once thought they did not Ilk. guava P. O. Box 382 Jacksonville Florida. I\IIUC"\ TII. ."oN.. I "

' entirely defoliated but that on the products are l Warning to like them West Paint Beach-Palm Beach RMaWNc-A.OUND N.KN iW. '( 1 (

Berlsepsch estate stood out when they are prepared according to "
as a green
county votes
oasis. With this example before the directions of Miss Marie Cox the $600,000 bond issue for
I I widening Dixie Highway
through this
home demonstration T11fe
them municipal and provincial !goverments agent. county. LlW FOItllrrY- trDN AtMCI /
In "The Olga home domonstraton
Germany took the club .
up providing I MAMNICH' -TOH
of nest boxea for birds, and prepared six different guava productsat Lake Worth-Contracts let for dril- ., Vt.V \ f

more than 9,000 were erected in the an all\ day meeting this week" says ling two now wells for city water department 1ft

Grand Duchy of Hesse alone. Miss Sallie Llndsey, the home demon- ;

stratlon agentln! Lee County. "Some .

I Tarpon Springs-Work of wideningand

paving Gulf road, from Whitcomb

Bayou to Gulf of Mexico progressing


Worm In a Healthy; child!

\' All etilldna doubled with WORM have aanahealthr -
Chflb and Ferer, color which Indicate* poor bfcod.and F
rule, there la more or bas Moroach diMnrbaoeel
Dengue,HaUri*. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TUNIC altar reguhut. a'mQoly mgD .4Ai1M41.1 { .
: Ain*gsatt./ toftwor three weeki will *. ."'
t' enrkh the Mood tn. 'TO REr&Etr MIIADY4' t I R CtA vie
: prow the dUeetloo.aiid' -
act aa e General SweoauV W\IiAC'TER.ISTC.\ '
.....Toot MNa1daF
___ I. .to DM whole tntem. Maura willthen
-off. dtopel the__and the Child w to be V/Msea SVstvw .AND "wiCea TWn (GttcJI!
perfect health. Pleatau total. {Oo pec bout. ftH.It.

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ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONNotice SRth day of September. 1PIS. I, the undemlgn-' l.hd.1 or the said bill will b taken a* confeieed cc

ed guardian for Luooua Thomaa, ('I.Thnmaa. aaalnit you. Hill I. )o'.nl and Rams.

la hereby that on the 29th. and flue Thom. minor halm of J. N. Thorn. It la 'urh.ordered thai thli order b* pub.lllhed To Thr Florida Tlt. Company CI.I.
alf. I aa, deceased. will apply 1 to the Honorable for four conaeeutlv week. IIII..d a corporation
day of September. A. 1915. 1. lb undersigned a 'its .... reprcaintMlva*
A. County Judge of Bradford 'In the Bradford
guardian of Ruby Beaal I. Oa"ln. County Telegraph, a weeklynawipaner and antftnn the helm
: duvlM-M. | al
Clovlt. order sell .. repre-
ty an lo al private .1. of
( and Herbert Clont., .. ap- one-fourth Intercut In the In general initiation| publ"ha I ..hlllv" and anittrnt of Simon J. Tempi'
l.* ., a Indlvl".d Clark, Bradford Count,. Florlila. J,
th Joh."bl. G..rln. 'lh. Temple each deoemed t Th*
emptattcns county Count f..lowln. land lying and being In Wllnen the Honorable Judge of mid florida Land
.. to-wltt Circuit Court and the official\ aeal of the I IClerk and Immttrriitlon Company. a
for an order to at aal* th* Brd"d eornnntlon and Ita .UPCOMOItetrnl .
In"Ina drecrlbed .1 prnl. County, South half of Southeast quarter of the of thla court .well aa h''. .I"alu.' .
FIori.iato.witi; I.hc. Northweat quarter and Northvaet q'mrter nfSmithwent thla the 2nd day af September. A. O MntatKe. and _'... : John T. 81.0 and Bnmi .
M St-m helr' Irval
Tho Southwett of Northwest quarter Section Ten (10). Townahlp O W. AI.DRRMANClerk I h"I. reproventntiveounit
----------1 quarter I Olert. aentunn, Bollln
Hntl hi. helm' .
One acre aold to H. B. Moorer : tho Seven (7) Rmgo. Twunty-one Sit Circuit (.n. Yr..oor I lentil rep C.
A COSTUME BALL | me as if they had long ago grown I"M Elo\en acrei cold to Roam M.hhlhl.1 ...ndSoulh..t .I all alxty (SOJ) acre*, more or 1 loaa.Th ."nt..lnlhl C;I' : prewentatlvr' .. thilr and aMltrni. and all unknownni'foninnu.

AND A NEW ANNEOf tired of about I Ii quarter of No.thw.t all ,. day ofInardlan Aueg't A KNIGHT h"I. loirnl .pr"I.I.
make 1911.DtLLA
trying to gossip q".re. I 2th )" ClarkSolicitor I not ntuifuna' who claim an Inl..t '
nf Section Twelve I lit) Townnhlp (I" TO\AS "A-% Dp.1 Ih
1 i anyone who had been as uninterestini I South Range Twenty-two ((22) Bant.Thla for 1.0". Clea CREWS I h..J.! dt-Nprthed. the reeldent nil
course the story told by Anne the 2>th day of Auxnat A. D,. 121.HFTTV Thomas and I 01. Thomaa. minor for ComplaInant V-4Jt-10.l aid being .h".nwn.
i ly orthodox in their behavior as I had CLOVBRSKTrLBRuardlan helra of J. N. Thomas, drceaaed. I Greeting,, C

was whispered about town. There ,: been during the last few months. Besides for Ruby Bcaal and 8-IM-SI9.1j. NOTICE TO ATPEAH I,, Von and ench of you ... herehy require,
interpretations put to -28.Bt-8-28 Herbert Cloveraettl to bo and appear Wf.r judvr of the Clrcnlt
were various as far scandal Cnurt for the Elidith Jiullnlnl Circuit of
as went tonight NOTICE
In Court. Rlahth Jntllelnl Circa
.ul P'l.riia! In nod
the episode at the Camp. The con- Anno NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE Ilr.. .. Florida, In Chanetry. I for Hrndfont Countv on the
occupied the center of the In Coonty Jud..I- .. Cah! C. C. .Grlffl-. I cit dnv of .Olob.... A. P tOK nt th.
of opinoin, however, semmed In In fltnrt-o. .eu.
census I stage. Ihlrty darn after dat hereof I th* nnderalftned Florida. Prbt. CompUlnaint.Armond hon. .01. 'hl, ".Id. .
be that if the story had been true,I guardian for Ray Willlanu Minor In Hei Pilate JOhl. Hall. v. I annwer a bi nf eomplnlnt ..exhibited |In said!
to Sho seemed to be and fnnvt hy A PuriU'O
everywhere ,
of Acatha Willlanu. dceeaeed. will apply To William Hall ..Whi. Al. D *t ..I. 1.
would not have told it herself : mlna. Claudia ". Rliraby. K.ltt. I The Cotmty Tttlewrnnh.. a week?
Anne : for the first time in her life tha Honorable Gro. A. Gardiner. County J lo..r t> 1..diorl ,
started talk. I In and for Bradford Florida, for Pick Rlifflby Rl t r by.Florence Bill to Remove Clou. Quiet,| Title and Other ".. "hl.h.d l I. Btnrko n.lo.|
thus unnecessary) Counl. .. ., ,
and wearing black. With Anne's cleverness order to sell at .. all that certain JrhI& lt Rlir bJonua County hereby de."ral. .
Others said she did it as a final bold for I II Intern belonging' pr.; maid' minor In the and Interested partleai, OREITINO It appearing frm R.ue a11ratlon of the nfwiipaner In which thU notice h* pub
i effect one would have thot following dcacr bed landa to-wlt, .ho t t worn bill nt complaint; In the abov l.h.1 for four rnnoeeutKo wi>rkly> I...

stroke getting in her version of the that tonight of all times sho would Southeast, quarter of Northweat quarter. Yal ..each ef you are hereby "otf.dr.W CHUB thnt tho age _11'n.of the true of it eventually I Northeast quarter of Southwest quarter, Bad ".. Hall aa administrator f-hd..n( Armand B. o I 'in thin ratine tn n affair before i have chosen a sweet and simple costume half of the Northweet of Jomia Hall I d dcermed, late of Bradford Abraham Simon Krf Rnbnrli, 1 n..rlet. thereto nr. a. follownj i. \

leaked out. like her wre ouarter North half County, Ilor.I.. filed In the abovenamei I,.mnrv. S. O. Lane, T. W. Villa. W R. 1an. The North half nf the Northeast' quarter of
v | frocks which always quarter of tho Southwest, r.t.o.a1t court ",alhl for an order I C. M hopkIns' Ann* Ih Shell". IT I Hawk flnetlon Tw,inty.flve. Township Seven ffnulh

The story went the rounds and forbidding gave oho the impression that aha was half of the Southeast, .". I of thin court to .th.1 aald. I and H. C Thompnon If ilviog. .. If dmJthen TTnnne Twenivono Ea.t. ohd lyIng .nd beIng
writ quarter, 'In Section 92 1, neltlom-r to take ponieialon of their h.I. devise.., and, iui In".
dowagers ftt the Brodgo the fresh and innocent type. But, no, South Manna .1 Fast containing Tow.hlp 140 acre cording, to law the following' deecribed landa I i eluns. are .1 unknown and the* la no person Wlo.Iralo.d. ham Ih.1 FI..a.. ..1 nf wild Court .

Clubsshook their heads over their a new Anne who more or lena. acid !anda tying ., being .' aa a portion of the axeta of th* mate. of. In the .. of FloHil-t. known t complaInant ( day of Stmtemfier. A. D.. 1Afl.Q ( .
to this dance
came ,4 loom di'craerd laid real tyIng .
Bradford County Florid.. n.11 .taf. I i Iho .orvtc. of a Huhpovnn .,"n whom would Q \ A1.DRRM..N7
cards. "Still water runs deep, they | a daring Ann who wore the most Thl. 28th day 'of Auguat 1925 and In Bradford County Florldn and bind the laid d.f.nd"nl.! and lht it !. b I Clerk of Circuit 1 Court of
A. M. WILIAM4 dtverlnrd al foltowaBnrlnnlnir : I eyed the ... ; that .
said with knowing nods.I sportive costume of all the gala Guardian for Ray Willlama., Minor at the Sr.."",....t corner of the'I i h lnt.rcated In the property h..m.In* nmtlfnrd County o. A. Flnrliln.By .
8.29.01-0-211. Southweet quarter of Southwest quarter, SeellonTwenly I I; : aiilt and complainant ,l.wa not I 'Nlml.
do not know how I analyzedAnne's throng. I heard someone ask her what -- ---- 1 -one (1211 Townihlo SI. (Cl. SouthRanee k"I'diligent search tian not been (Seal D..I. CI..I '
( E .
description of the way she she was supposed to represent. "A NOTICB OF GUARDIAN BALI Two hundred T.rnlfvo ten ((2101 U2I) feet.Fait One North hun-I II. I: .anU. to are aitcortaln dead 'or whether and any that of It the KNIOT.( Rtnrke.""_Fa.golteltor '..J.n.1G.1NOTlf !

bad broken off with Curtlss Wright.It good time, for a change" she said I. ,I. fi(1( <15)) South Two hundredten by complainant In.1.. worn bill .1..1
daya after date h
hereof wilt
on hundred five
( Beat One
fell and threw back tho 28th day of fort. (06/I I bcllrv thrro .. p.".oiw Inl.'a] la !
was impossible at times not to | her head. S."I.m. A D. 1920. I the fact to point of beirlnnlnfr.Alio ald In whoaonam I
umlenlftned. .. lu.rd'an' Merrll Johna and One half In Houthwrat onmer ofNorthiait propt" 1"1..0 .utt In Circuit Court for Bnidford County Hint
of ecstacy because there Indeed she might have been described Krma lolma., of "am. are. and wh" rtal
moments mlno. h.l. 0..1.1 quarter of Southweat quarter See- drnc .. unknown to tompalnant .. la nf Florida. In Ctunetry.
doubt Vice. A brief Emma 1..1.. Wynn and Ada Twinly-ore (1211. TowmMn Rig ((0) ; J. M. ".
had never been the slighest as frock of "l'h'. drceaeed. will to the lon aid bill nl'.f' (* prayvd iitalnit coot know. Tnlt-y.
Hnno"bl. Range Twenty-two ((22) Eaat. aamehclmr
about my love for him. On the other \ black satin came Just above her knees. O.00. A. Gnrdlner, County Judl. of B..dfor Mont half of Bliiek Six (1)) and all .and"n.unknown defendant and all other pr

I County Florida. eel! fraotlonal South of Block 8K| Ii. RaI1s.Four I Cm,5. Wllkln' al,
waist line |I. ordered pvnionanamed
straight innumerable
hand, if Anna's story were were nte tale all that 'arnn I Intereat of aald mlnora In Simon J Tnmple'i Hiib-dlvlalon In this order If living .. .1 If dead. .

sorrowed a little that it should have ribbons of red that fluttered as she wit In and to the following doelb to- 1, of ."11 Tcmule'e Mill j I all persona elalmlnir. any Interact under ,h nl To' and Cloud f

moved. Soiithenit For the pnrpne of paying certain Indebtednr I aid named defendant. aforesaid .._ I Rtrahol ami Wllken ("mn."". a corporation .Y
the From these fell I quarter of Northweat
minature quarter. .e.
taken a scandal to bring engagement | Northraiit I < of iald I ealatoTherefore ntherwtri ; and that all it.i 1..1 repreirntatlvee' nucreeiftoniand

to an end. It would have been :; cards, cigarettes and tiny bottles of of tho quarter Northwest of Southweat quarter of quarter the South.weat Bantnaif ''I Interested you partle and each are of commanded you and all that other -, ..1,.. namo. aa. and vIa.nn.. .hm..v.''.n.. aenlifna. t leorvo Wtlkln and wit,. RMaa. I
to unknown to complanant. may Within' nod their heIrs d. I.. Ica-al rprewentatlVe
know that i liquor that had probably been I II quarter. North half of the Southweet laylnir all nlhrr hi.iln ia ulde.' you will be i 11.,1 .
to used I
more soul-satUfylng ,i aa ,"..rl.. of the Southweat quarter and the of fir In Stark : a.Ihl.t. In tht following' 1..11 and amigos. the reMMnntn and
before *
through with I samples in the days of saloon. On I North hnlf of the of tha I and appiar me my loth | rd part (hereof .4 I Ihelog pine of hiifilneH of each nf whnm are nn
| her quarter ,
Curtis could not go ,quarter South..t.. Thirty-two 1 IY. Florida, on Thunulay.! |I! )In Bradford COlnl,. Florida. to-wit t known and all unknown narttf' ln.mlnf anIntereet
well-because of :< head, poised at a rakish angle SO"lbw.t day f"rf:: A. IL. ml. at ten o'clock a. j jm The Sout h went quarter of the Nortiwe.tbarter I land hereinafter deaerlbed.dretlnfir .
the wedding because '1 was 'I ((12)), Townihlu Pwn ((7)). South, Range .. to ."... If any you ..n. why I I ; and the Northfantauartipr of theSmthw.ot C
all. "put and take" of'. Twrntv-two ((22) Eaat containing One Hun. I hiMil.l the of laid petition.
After a with each prayer
his love for me, perhaps. top dred Forty ((140)) Acre more or I. Alaocommencing Given under my hand and mat at "I.k.. I Inradr I qtiarer, and the N".th".t quarternf Yon and ...h off coo .. hereh required. ]

he had looked at me with the glow- [ its sides cleverly marked. Her crown- 247 1.2 yarda east of Northweat' >.nl County Florida this the and ." thn SmithrHNt Routhweet quarter. .In*oept Section Ten acre ThIrty.Ft' lathe to be and appear before th* Jiiitvo of the ,'
I corner of Northeast quarter and Bait eorner. .1 Circuit Court for the Flirhth, Jmllclnl Circuit
tag adoration of the old days when h.. : inirachievement however was a pair I 82 1-2 yarda Ruth) 176 ..., Welt run 82 11Sarda September. A. D., 19211 OFO, A. GARDINER I ((11111) Townahlp. re). 80.1". Range of Flnr.dn In and for Tra<1fnr4 County on the

the Clancy's house that of square earrings made of enormous North to place of beginning County Judge of Bradford Do'""I".tw tn((22) ..t bill I of complaInt on nth day of October, A. P. lf>2fl, at the court
found me 30 townihip 7. Range Containing Florida.' aprrar ho".. In until In ftfarke .
O to
'9.4-nt.lO- ont I county anMU
21 I".n .mh ,
on. b.f. the of A D 1928 1".1"0.
dny October
dice. In thrr .. teaa.. or i
| some had been more or ..
late afternoon at the plant.A way they and In.. define and sat up whatever I r a hill of e mptnlnt' said
Mao East half of the Fait half of North. ...
ounm FOR PUBLICATION court by J. M. Triihy.
made claim which and each
few days passed. \ electrical and twinkled IJltermltI rant quarter of Northeaat Irna One lot 87 1-2 In Circuit Conrt EIghth Judicial Circuit, or I".t above deicribcd you you I The Rmdfnrd County Tetrirraph.. N weeklynewHimprr

I tinly with light. Slippers of blackI fret North and' South by 137 feet Fast and nradford County Florida, In Chancery tnny lho acid \ i be taken M eonfeMed property airalnatyo or puhlUhcil In Starke ftrailfnrdc
Then came the night of the openIng I Wrat In Southwest corner Section 80, Town. fl W. Durham Complainant 'tlO'I '"u.ty. Florida U hereby dcnlKnated' .a th.o.wIaper .
sntn with heels of brilliant nlilp 7. Range 22 East ten
red, and ohl.ln'a. urea I In thli nolle tiopubllcihed
!I. that b
beautiful It ordered tha| order pub .hl.h .h..1
of Jacksonville's most chiffon hose completed her conspicu- Bradford.or ice County. laid, landa being IT r) Pa. anil W. H Heath. ().t..hd.h' Ih... onre a week for Four .n..I.weekal far fnl. .cnnBeetttlv ..weekly Ilu. -
the St. FloII. It appearing by affidavit The Innd itrserllicd In of
.pphd. complaint
Club in Ortega on llradford County w.kl" hi .
This 28th '
County day of 1921 W. H.
attire. filed ''n the
AUIUt abovr-ntatrd
| ous hi newHpaper of general published In thU cauiio to 1..1..1 title .. remov loud ,
had been decided that a n. JOHNS the defendant therein named la a real-,
It .
hns. In follow
J Rtnrke. Bradford Conrtty. lurltla. thereto
a* iTh
ball would celebrate the event I More than ever, I had the presentiment $ Guard'an for Merrill Johna Johna and 1"1 of the State of Florida and but has WITNESS the Honorable Ju.lit of tho ..ldr East. three-tiuarter of the Northeast

costume I that within the next few hour MI". concealed hlmielf in that proceai cnnnot be rcnit Court and the offIcIal Heal of the CI..1 ii'inrti'r, of the Hnuthritflt ""0,1... and flout h-
and because Father was the President MASTER-g lerved upon him and ha I. over the eve oftwentyone of this court .. ....1 a. hi. .tliinntiire. eliot tiimrtcr of the RtiulhrNNt quarter. In Bee.
I many startling things would BALl ream : It ,li 0.1..0 that 2nd day of A. I). IH95.
and I had been re.nulred thor nvthree. and Went hair of the Nmith
of the Club he laid renldenl defendnnt a .
1..1 W. AL".aIMAN
about. Notice la meat quarter, and utheaiit quarter of South'
i herthy given that under and by to ,' ar In the bill of ", fl.d!
Costumes had been virtue of certa'n Clerk' Circuit Court Bradford wmt quarter In ) InTnwnnhlp
asked to lead. that Final Deere* of fore.eloatire In salt or hiforn Mnmlay the fWtlon Tw..t"u..1
the members (To be continued.) made and rendered. on Auguat. 20th :day of : I'n D IIUR otherwlae I the alloiiatlnna ,> County. .'lurl.l. Six. flnnth, l..n". Iw.nty-oo. Rant
planned weeks ahead and A. n 1028 by Honorable A. V. Lonir Judo .: said MM will be taken aa eon- fil'icli Br C. A. KNIGHT nnd' icIng' ami being Urmlfonl County,
Yteputy Clerk
I ITni of the Circuit Court. In and for Ftnrltla.Wltneen.
for Bradford
tiptoe of expectation ORDER FOR PUBLICATION fenced hv .a.' A. H.
were on Tounty. Fo.hla. 'In that certain rain where.In It l I. further o.f"nI."t.I..d .. this order be pub. for CRFW"lolle"o. 10.1. my hand and the Hcnl of unit! court
more than one reason. It was said : Circuit' Conrt. Eighth' .lu.llpl.l Circuit I Ellaha complainant and A. J. John- Ilihed core a we.. four conaeeutive\.. weelic I CO"I.I.ln."t .41 ibis flth day of Heptemher. \ n. 1 tops

Curtiss would both be BradfoH Crnintjr. Slit, of Flnrliln. In Chineery. that Anne and Fertiliser Company, a corporation a.defi'ndanta ,paper pnhlMinl In inlJ,County and Siate.'l'hI. NOTICI Clerk, of Circuit Court of

there. I| D W. AI....... Compittn.nt'U. the un. .I.n.d. aa Rpeclal, .... ,. September ,.,. 1926.! Plr.ilrnr'1 Cnunrv FWMa.ny .
I offer for *> pell for each W. A1.1)F.RRkNClerk A. KviniiT
wil .1 to o. tn rirntlt Coon For llraiirocd, County. Blat* 0
With flutters of pleasurable excitement 1 Margaret Wlinon and her hinKand hl.h.1 and brat In front. the C-lrcull OmrlBy of Florida, In Chanceiy.Mitry (11..1) Deputy Clerk.
.I. W WII.,,". Defendant. I Ii ( "... ".. ,10m' In Starke Bradfonl Tnunty. C. A. KNIGHT Artiimn PI eke. and hiiahani. KN.OT1T' Ptnrke. .
I dressed for the dance. It "uri".? br ,r'l'l...vt| appended, to the I Florida' on Mnndny the Fifth, day of October, (Seal 1..11 Clork. I lOmmctt 'fi. lJUka, .' g.iiHptnr| for romiilnlnnnt Fa.I. '.4.n.
I i \. D. 19211 the loir 1 hoiin of C..m.'I.ln..nt o
had sent costume -I bl'l fllrd 'In the above-elated eauie that Mar. I Igaret d"rlo. a tale, for A. S CREWS
Bays before they my Ihe purnme t iald final drcree the .. 0., V
Wltnon and her huiband. J. W. Solicitor for, .nt -/t.1.2. NOTICE TO APPEAR
lames C. I rt
from an importer in New York.It the derenilunt there'n named are flon-.. following I di-icrlhed real ratite. Hltunte. lyingand C.II." II.
of the late nf ... wlI.Oh'l being 'In Prnjford County. Florida to- DEBTORS AND CREDITORS f.t"hdan. \ 1
and Florida and their I.'IRkhown NOTICE TO HIM To ". Remove Cloud. In the ( 1..1 Cnttri. nr.ilford Cnanty ro. ,
Oriental In feeling very QII.t Til.
was and are over the a, witTho I liFn' In t'
Nnrlheait nf ..., ,tore, To the Flurl ta ronil C.nnoy. a core
quarter the Amitnweatnttarter KaI
was twenty-one yeara : It la therefore Notice le hereby gl'en 'ht.1 T. J. AMWrnanComplainant
lovely. The Mandarin jacket ordered that laid non-realdenta .. of Poet'on' Twenfy-clcM (Sql.) Town. leinleei. p..n. I
softly pink like tho first shy clouds I i ftndant. he and are hen.hy required to ... _htn Five (Ifl. South Range. Twenty-one ((21)) rlnlma or drmnmla agalnit. the .t.o, of" and a..I..n.l. : .lumen T. flnnter sod
I "... ta the Mil nf eomplnlnt filed In ..1..1. Fnat. containing forty acrra more or .. ri.ceaiieil. .. hereby rnul. Jnlm MeUne no trustee for Th. Florida Hntl- Solomon W e, Finn et al.
of dawn and the rich satin trousers
tho October A. D. 1928. othawiaa the alienation Special M..t. Ihe iinrtVrn'gned'. within one notice I nereeiom and assIgns M. A. Bill CMml.. el*. ,
were copies 'of those worn of iiald. bill will, be taken .. eonfeaied by acid J. I. FR'.7.R wilt| be held In her thereto. And all per. I' Williams) attorney In I.. for Jan'' T. ft mtpearlnir' from .th. alleirntlon of the

Royal Chinese family. Bizarre and tleffnrtanta. Solicitor for complainant.' ft-4-Bt-10-J sync tn"rlro ti> laid entate are required to Router and. John McRne. ... for the .worn bill fllrft In the ntovi*.tatti| ."U.',
It I. further ordered that thla order. ba pnb. pav ilidita. the executor Inrlitn KnUna'! Compnnv. a eorporntlnn and tlml tho romlilt-nr. unit, aura of .h. oI..lanl)
vivid jewels for mybody and hair Ilihed onre a week for right enn.eeutlve I NOTICE TO CITIZENS Tide Srptembor 4th. 1925. fO.Wlth'l thi'lr heir, tlm!.<..., mioc'Mr.oni, legal "'-.1' Solomon' W II.h. H .
ensemble one of Unusual In the Bradford. County Telegraph a 10..1 I .1. c |' |' 1.1..0 aimdtne : Jamcn C .. .t Fl.h Mm B W ,. ( .1.10.of B W.
made the tout paner nuhllihi-d In nld County anil Notice I. hi.reby itlirn to tlio rltfiena of ',O'.la.8n RxeeulorNOTICB legal reprmonlnHvM and.p..n.1 Finn) Beret fl Ctfmcnt, <1 I' Young T.

brilliance and the many gems Thla August 3rd. 1925. Rnulford Cnuiity Florid" that, I at the, re- I" TO DEBTORS AND I I nown d..t."dah. and their' hair, \v. ftwnnt tester (".Ivln. K. W. Primccm.Inmiii .
I O W. AT.DKHMAN I IClirV quint of the Rc-nrd of County fommlnaloneranf Notice la hereby given that ..I .,.h..1 it'cat reprt-aHmfntlvta and ntvulirna' T ffoutrr ami' lohn MeRe,. T",...
flashed fitfully: as I moved about. Clreu't' fnitrt I Ii I Ii Dradford County Florida Introduce a ,,n'. dlltrlkiiteea, sod all pennna nn Intermit In any of the lun'lu h"r..lhafe M Men*"!.. Hall, A. R. DrlHV mt Harry C.
Lord have on ma' soul." i By C. A. KNIGT Mil In tho next noiilon of wi 1..lhtu., .. clmmi. airalnut the Faints of Jonai lal. I .Mcrlhcfl the mlilenta. of faeh .11. 1i.w: <*r*>, Kurton., If Corbvtt Andrew VaiKinnutnn
"D0 muccy i 1 D"1" Clerk.I '. General or Snrclnl. nf tlio Slate of Florlila.nuthorlalntc cin,,d. are hereby rnulrid to their I'I ant bring unknown. .1 H llnlmnn. Tohn P. Hlltbrand
exclaimed Mom Nellie when I passedin oPoi E KNIGHT the Boor! of County Commlialoner claim duly authenticated' to the umlernlgnedwithin Greetlngii Nettle flinnlrur. W T Ueunlnw Sari K. larks.
1 !! for Complainant 8-7-OMO-2 of Bradford Caunly Florida to laaueand On. Year or this notice will be held ',I You and each of hertilty t. F Young WI'. flnnii,|. ,1 U. Young, O.r .
review, "if dat lam' ain't zackly ..1 not mo. than S1000.00 worth of Bar thereto and all persona Indebted to lu ho and' npprar before ..Jnil.ce nf required Hit Clr- > Cnltny. W W ( '.....). Franoi, (1.Undue .
lil' N0TT( OP APP1ICATIOV FOR TAX lime of County to bear Inter. Eitata are required to pay their laid HHf-n M Carrol. II Cra-
in dem pants. for th Elithth of n"w'I.
lak a boy chile :] DEED ITVUFR PFCTIOV JTS OF i.t .a.n' of .010 per cent per annum for I'n
You'll sho be knockin' do eyes plum ,| THE CENERAL STATUTES Iliu, a purpose of pnrchailntc and 1".110' ancWtrlc Thl. Sri day of" RALL 1..I day of October. A. P. tiles at the.n court W,". J. llmlflelil are nil ", and that
1 there U In thu Side of Florida' the
In iiormm
outer dey heads die night." I Notice I li hereby Clock the'" .t."I. In AdminlilratorMASTF.IfS hail." ,In Nnld county In Hturke Florida, tonnawer .. whom would' bin !
given that Chart E Mn.I. Slnrko. nraford ( .Ih..1. 'I- 9tln.R. perch. of milipnenn, utHin *
"Thank Mom Nellie. but remember ler and I. Ray Lawrence purrha" of Ta* .rlnlnir .. Board of County Commlialonen I a Mil of aomplHlru nhlbl..1 In aldoiirt ..1,1 .I..t..noan.I > anil hat In I I. bll..... l>rlhi
.1. ..
you "' by Mary Adnma Uluke Z. .
Certificate No 221. dated the Ith day of July t. levy a of not nib than on. mill on SALE In.m.1 Cumplainnnt that the until
what I've told you before.It 1. A. D. 191II haa filed nld certificate In my lho dollar on. all of the.laiahle I nirVn nnt. whit** rmliltincr. and ages are unknown
property '
office and. ha made application for tax deadto I th real and pononal and mixed. In ial.1ctutity Notice le herebyclen, that and. r and by 1 h* llrndforil. Cmintf 1.I..r..h. a weeklyNiwpap I. comtilalnnnt. are Inttirrittvd In the prop
makes a difference when you see acne In accordance with law. Said ear. ., for two yeara for the aola virtue of that certain flnal ,'.. of foredo. ; .r puhlUhvil In llrndfordCounty. .I InvnUoil I In thle .ult. coil t that complain.
of love. Your rtlfleato' embraera the following dcaerlbedproperty ring.' the warrant with their purpoa of. .: made and the twenlynlntndny Florlila. I. hereby dvefunated, the "'H not know ant) baa not been aNti *
people through eyes I ilttiated. In Bradford County. Flor nld wannnla to be $1 "0.00 ..Auvuit 1926.!! br Honorable A. V. long. n..w irnpr In which thin notice M hit 11 b. pub nnourtnln whethvr any of ali' known .Iu.f..nnlnte ,
little Sa'.lie's'! not so great!" ida. Io.wlt'I'o..lh..t 1127 and *:IIJOOOO libt. 192S. Ap.1 I. I j IndKe' of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida I listd for fin"i r cnn.'eitivn, 1 week ly loan.. are d..1 quarter nf Nnrthcant, miarter See. I'I i In and for Bradford County In Chancery.In The land d..rlb.1 In lh bi of complaint I lt"V'il l hr complulnnnt old warn bill that .
Father was almost boisterous in ton 14 Towmhln O. 8 flange 22 B, 40 ...... B. M JOHNS I that certain came therein pend ng between 'In thin eatinf tn quiet remove cloudthfreto there ,fa npron or ... |1''iernn* Inwt.1 In "
turning Tho paid land bring. aeaeeied at the data of M.m"r of tho Florida. 1..1.101.. '. ] thn Complainant, Rome. Hemmtone and Com- an. a. ,0 ih.i Involved Irv *ucb null, whne name '
after "m.rt
his and ; fnlow.
approval so I the laiitanro of aiirh, certificate, In the name 0.1.11-1.13 Bradford County I' i<,o,. a corporation: and nifalnat the d*,fendanta TWt: three. |" the Aotith half of' 'Cr n i awe or mint* cml I who** ,.elnience ;.j
me around several times for final of R. D Clayton. Un I..,. laid certificate etch ," I V. Jonee and Ethel Jo... the .nd..I"n" the Nnrthraiit, .iiuartvr. of Rpetlon twtmty-thre. are unknown to eompla'nnnt' : ; Therefore It ,
"h. redeemed. ......lIn... to law tax deed will PETITION FOR SCHOOL ELECTION "...1.1 Mauler' In nafd came ." t Tntvnnhlt. Seven !'South Knnire ' '. onlttKHil huh I the acid! known di'femlnnt". !
Inspection we were off. I (i...,. thereon on the Stat day of September. leiicute ei'il' Decree. will on Monday the FMt find lying and Ix-lng 'In Ifrarlford County WMI! arc hrrutofttn' nn>md, In tHtn order. Ifilcioe
the I I \. n. iiusWltneaa Tn TTIB ROARD OF PI'II.Ir m TRUC- 1 .Iny of October 1921) during the legal' hour FloridaWltnmi. and If id'uil. nil partle cfnlmlnir _
Upon arriving;, we spa my official alffnattira and seal thla TTON OJ BRAnFORn "OINT. Fl.A. ..fale therron before Ihe Court home doorIn hand and the of ald tiniy' the .flld' known ami,1 H-

cious club had been transformed intoa the nth day of Atimiat. A. D. 1825a We ."''Vh'" Rrookerubftehnol Starke Bradford County Fl., ,.. ell thefollowing Court thin my fith tiny of ,"*r .a n. Hi,28. fnmlnnt nfi'riii: I D.! rea*"! or other wUm, and
I W. ALDERWVN: dlHtrlet hereby petition' you tA call drierlbid anita iHuated In RradfonlCounty l.rt.m" that all pt'DMtfM wlinmaoever who. name a
Chinese palace suggesting the I Seal Clerk of tha Circuit Court of Bradford *n election to determine whether or not ourrllatrlct Plorlila.' to the highest bidder for ALDERMAN nnnxtt nr., allerietl to b and are unknown I.
County. Florida.By 1 ; .hl ..Iv. d'ltrlcla No.. Eight and I cnxh. lo-wltt Clerk of Circuit Court ofFlra'lfnrd ,'complnlnont that mny or ore IntffrwtC'l In
dynasty of Ming. Silks and rare tapes C. A. Knluht. fourteen b* enniotldHted with us. elect All that portion of the Southweat quarter County. .In.I.I.I MH* i ty Invulvrrl In thn' suit, dtnerlbeil a*

tries handsomely embossed in gold -21-It-0-19. Deputy Clerk. I three truileea and determine' the mlllave to be of the Sotlthwclt" quarter of Section Twelve Dy C. A. ton.... lytntx. and h.ln. In ftrmtford County,
,u.reant Right t SI l South' -. T..n. I Real) Dnptity Clerk HyrNIa towltlItw ,
dragons and heavily-padded chrysanthemums NOTICB OP APPI.ICATIO"ItTAi !!..nod. I (12T..hln nn the ..1nn.. of the H. K. KNIOfT. S'.rh.' Fin. : Northcant i quarter of Northeant quarter

walls. From DEFD I'NKFR SECTION 8TS OP n Colion ,tvh..f..1. .t.. the Gmriila louthern and !Moilrltor. f>.ll-n-10-2 .t Ndrthi n t finnrlor of N.ir1 -'it ,, ..'r f aol I
covered the i, THE GENERAL STATUTES M. P. Matheny Florida .Railway. and .""''al"lhl N'ne tO) \V.t half of !'loutlteat "..r.. of Nootho

the ceiling were swung myriad lant- P A. Croabr.V aerea. rio or leaa.Said NOTICe qimrter of Northwest gurt r nnd
I Notice ,la hereby given that J. C. Ttoblnaonporch. M. Hanen be mail pnranant to and for Northwest quarter of N'.rihw.*t quarter

erns of colored glass the glow of .... of Tax Certificate No. I2S. datlII F.: .T, ..... the latlifacllon of laid D..,.. with ..1.. fit Circuit' Court For Bradford County. ,,, Huuthw quarter: of Nrtiwect. quarterof

which danced far of I he Sod day of July. A. D 1U29. b": filed n Paxter.John F., M. JOHNS ef F lor Ma. In Cnnneory.V "I.t Nurthwiit. .ii'I- .,nl' I half of Houtha .
to corners cc d certificate I In my office' and made Shrlver. SpecIal! Mul. In Chancery II. and Kate Mvlnimlon.Complalnnnte t quarter of Northwest quarter of NorthWi *
the room bathing all in an atmos- application for tax deed to ecu. In accordance n W. Ha.. J. I,. FRA7EKq 1..1 ?
I with law Raid' certificate embrace the fo|- H P. Galney. for Complainant _'.4./.10-1 fwr nf Vnrhwrnt q : t. r nml, Fn.! bet, :
phere of mystery and romance. I I I, lowing. dea.rlb.Ml property aituated In Bradford ,J. J Morgan.J v. iiitlifBJit hone| r flnulhwrflt quarter
Florid. to-wltt IT. Kelley. Tncnb John,. et al. and South half of
County. NOTICE TO APPEARIn 'I'rthw..t 'I'.af.r a"I'h.
Suddenly the muffled sound of I Com It ft 8 of Sotitheaat Co.. of I. O.Rnhlnaon'a I J F Coleman.T D.t.nd." nut qtirter of Nnrthweat quarter and North. A.'OCI .

an orchestra played a Chinese march I run West papallel I with W. M.rk. nrclt" PublIc Judicial Circuit, Bi To Quid Title' and Rem.. loud .tttutrr -Vtiithmet qunrtor of Northwest H
tad lot 70 ft. E ItS ft. N 94 ft. W L. R r..ln.". "nn, helra. "..1_). legal reproeenlatlve ,, \ two and one half aere 1 In th*
and the room was invaded by six lit- I I 11 ft.. N. fttS..r baw In Northwaat quarter of J. I l.dto.o. P'.r". and aieilana of William Croety. d._. and S > r.1t:0 ,, liner.all: bring I In "tlonII

tle I Southweat .. Sac 29. Town tb A. Bnw.r. I F. Complainant the helm' ,rfevlaee legal reprmientatlvea and I I. Eight fit. ".th. Range Twenty
figures in Oriental attire. They I ihit, S. 8. Wor.21k. W. Colaon. rfifna of Jacob John, deeeaned. the real, two ((22)) .

waved their fans and tottered toward I I Tha ..10 -,. d.1 of .Fnan .Mod... !I Valentine R.Y P..t. et al..1.Df.nd.n" ,dent of all of whom are unknown .hI.1 'u.n| Nnrthwrat quarter nf Mnrthenct ""...
1 the auoh 0.8. unknown partita Interested, In lanili. b.rln. tern? Section Three f*I. Tnwn.hfp Heven <1)*
two tremendous tea boxes patterenedIn 9f Unknown. Unleaa acid certificate ahall b Bill To Remav '.' Title and Other ifUr South tang Twanty.lwo 'f2l' Fnnt. Alo
i redeemed according to law tax deed will Belief Crottfnfoi One tot of lard In fltarke being. 2-tO ,..o
grotesquely bright. I ana thereon on the tilt day of September, A TO THE BOARD FOR SCHOOL CLECTION It appearing from the allegation ef tha You and each of you ar. herrby "ul. North and South and 120 ,. Fast

struck the tea boxes and the room wait D. 1925. nON OF BRADFORD- OF PUBLIC INSTRUO worn cf eomplalnt In the above eanae to h* and appear befor th* J.",.. of CI. Wet. lying' and ISeln* In the ". ... corner
Wltneaa my offla'aJ algnatura and aaal this COt FLA that bi,. and the defemlante.Valentin lt Court for the Flvhtf. Judicial Circuit of of the ffoutheant quarter of the floutheantuarter
thronged with Chinese subjects garb. tha 17th day of Auouat. A. D. IMSa I W. the u" tag pr. 8no I : R, Prevail dM::C. A. Brown emiw. lorMa..' In and for Bradford County. on the Q A..n' Twenty-nine (ISO. TownihlpI

ed in robea each W. AtOBRMAN .u.hl .Ir.t b", t W. Tumhlln. If I living If dead "th) day of Oetober. A. D 102*.. at the court I* 40). Sooth Ramie Twenty-two (23) Ft
of splendor. .t '
great "
whether "
(Seal) Clerk of U.. Circuit Court of 8.d district. .."...,. or their I heirs devleee. and! aaalgna. Son*. In ald fount 'In fltarka Florlila, ontalntna five aere more or I***.
being original In its design. tl Count?. .h.1 onll. three with Brooker lubaahool all ankhon. and there le.0 perann la the newer a bill of complaint In ...I He. and they hereby are require. to aa* .
traatee .hlbl. )
A. .I.t and de> known complainant theaervlea pear to the bill of complaint filed In acid
Then, up flared the lights and 12".1' .a Dpat.K" C1 termln 'h.mUht of mlllag t b aaaeaaeUagalnit Slate of Forid... upon 10. would bind mart The by Bradford N. B. Hull County and K... a. weeklyawenaeer cane on or before Monday the fttb day of > "

..lda. dtatrlat. iald' and I I. T.I..oh. October, A. D. lOSS othvrwle* th. allegation.of *
now, indeed did the with Its .fd."I. .1.e -* publlehed In Stark. BradfordCounty.
room NOTICE OP TO-IJLL M1N.O88 SI. th that the named aM hill will taken a. confeMcd by the 0
.pl.'n."t Florida. la heteby ft ] the b
fine INTKBKSTIN C hi a*
Involved ..
trappings, take on a festive the property .fd.n"
I"t In which this' .
.. this complainant alleges that h* doe n.>apcr .tl. b pl I ordered that this order b* pvb-
air. While their escorts were In the I NOTICB la 'Ivt I tnt I wdarlined. W. ... not .al. and hr diligent aearah and Inquiry listed (o four eone*>entU. weekly lUhed each week for four conm-autive w-ti.
I aa Guardian 0 W. H. HarrelL aecertaln whether any The land In of complaint' I In the County Teu* a .
been able drib th bi
boxes the fair ladies of their .a pr J. B.dtor ", _
A. nt .
I .rt. of Ida May Penny. minor heir! Conerly.O. defevdanta residence I I. alleged tide .." tt. remove loud paper In Bradford C/ounty.
choice had stood attentively around Jc May Penny Deeraaed. and heir ., her W. I.. unknown to 10" sad It to alleged .. are M follow. Thl the 'day of Sept A."D 'nord '.
I .Ddt..t. Cly RI.. .jlierae.d. kite of 111..11PllnOH the complainant ta hi. sworn bill of aom. Threefltiartr of th* floutheait "..... G. W. ALDERMAN
the walls intrigued with the elaborate I Cal. Fd..m ."Pf la th I.. that believe there ..persona la. lr of the ftouthMt nuartor of Section twenty- C,1 Ciri Court.

ceremonies To lend Honorabl" 0..A O..rl.. e.1 FOR SCHOOL ELECTION h aad| eroperty Involved ,la thle four, and th. NortheMt quarter off thoHoott KNICW
being performed. of Co.. a* bl .m OP PUBLIC INSTRUC 1.. ....*tI.m. and age and! whoae -,- q. .of ..."- ,., all (ll. ) I.t. CI.rl. '.
variety to the event, they had been H..k. )be 25th day TION OF BRADFORD COUNTY PLA. denee are aaknown to complainant' : and In In Town.htp Range twenty..n* ri N. JOHNS
A 192. at two o'clock p. m.. or aa Wa of Zlff eabhol hill relief I preyed ...In.t aoeh known Faet. Northwest quarter of Northwest SoMetfor for Complainant !.44D10-3
asked to bedeck themselves In fancy tbert .roe W heard far authority W an election- i .o.Io nnknown peraone.THERKPORiTlt .iUeirt .n .II. '' wnehln. BIg, South,
the ...!* foe the heat prlaa to \"ot iCr le ordered that all peraonename portion thereof hereto OP SPECIAL LF.GIRI.ATIO'4
and moved POTIf
array now as they over MB all th* ruth*, till .. ., .._ .lb.hl ? In Ihle order. I llvlne, and If dead, all Rn.2 r.t *.m.t.rr. and 1 lying and being I ) .h. .* ,la given that at the pelal _

floor to a twentieth century tune, the and 1"'tIrt''I In and to th* cleat three tecet... and 1 the piinone claiming an Intereat by. under o 'In Bradford County, FIoHdawWttnm lon *.f lh Lewtnlalur, of the Stat of Florida .
altoated In Bradford amount ot miflag. the said defendant afarreald. d*. to l during' month ef November
to through hand ad the coal of iafd' court > "Id.n th
de .1. .
scene was one of kale'doscoplc eonanildat.4 distriet. & iaaid or otherwlaat and that all penonawhomaoever. thla Ith day of A. D. ISIS. A. a b* lntrodu *dproviding
light. Her. were Sicilian mal DI. A one-tenth undivided Intereal I* th* Wealnaif Signed. whoee name, age and realdeneeare ."tb.. W. ALDERMAN fur 'i2.. ..mlnn ami enlnrrement,
of th* Bootheaat quarter and th Beat S. E. alleged to b unknown ta complainant Clerk ef Circuit Court of of the power and dutl* of the Board of Bond
balloon girls, Alaaclan peasants, bewitching half of tha Sontfcwaat quarter W 8 S L ,, and all pereona 10" name le alleged .. Bralford County Florida TruBtea off County FlorMat I authort
Serea South. B..dfor
Thlry-one, Towaahfa T. Dyal. _I to beyond the State
known of Bond 4
nomad Dutch flower Ten- Eaet. Ezaavt a strip of land *a> wb flr A, sing ** Board
Twanty-tw KNGRT.
C. 8 of ma7 or are Intereeted lath a not to en.
K.II. h a um
den, Alpine beauties. Colonial !ladiesin th North aide of the Northwest quarter af I H. R. hereinafter ..b. property or any (Seal I.). )E. FU.Aolleltor [ C.1 ** d :tCr. Thoueand "
th Sotitheaat quarter and the North**** quar- P. .. part thereof ,,, In Bradford tI01. lt" aol Improvement ef :
P" b" for
bouffant satin and powered coiffures of th Soathweat quarter. of about Northweataornw tkeao .1. W. .t County Flrid.. deatrlbed toll '-1.4tl 2 public,ox' off Bradford County ":
In th*
.I 0' hl. H. L. Hough. The o/ the ".t ....of NOTICE to .. act *t the reajularelon .1.t
piled high on their shapely the quarter of th* Soota- C. r. the Norfheai quarter of fl.Towaship "- pe p ..
D provld
IMaAIs. ]*- P. S.. Pw.Lithfld Seven (7). "ul.1.Jh.. Twentytwo IN rirevit Crt Fr Bradfard Cause,', liSt..f ins foe of a bond th* 1.1.I.t."o...,h aura .11.T B.a-
whirled/ by: and proud CastmUn belles :. uT ..M IIW "I Co 8 Et th* laid bin of complaint *. FUrlaa. la 0... ". t dred FIfty no.nd 01"0. ZNI'IRT
A. A. .
with mantillas of costly black lace.: lolA & NORWOOD NOTICE OP GUARDIAN 0. b and. &due Fifth day of ot. A. Senator Dfalrlel
I.L. eaara d" .a S. M. JOHNSRepreeentallve
*f Ida May 12.
Everyone was sweet and cordial toN aa.I'd' Pet.Dt claim or which e
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Nearly every city, town and hats- FuR O'f Ei\ I The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Wasdin, and family, of Wal
I, Bradford County let in Florida is paving or voting Peacock died Saturday morning and Graham, Sept. 18.-Rev. Crosby 'I do, and T. D. Dyal and family, of

.. -- ----- bonds for new streets. Every community ,; the remains were carried back to filled his regular appointment here Brooker spent Sunday at the home of

Published weekly and entered as realizes the importance of see YEARS i Cross City for Interment.We Saturday and Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dyal.

class matter, at the post" good streets and highways. No cityor extend our sympathy to the bereaved Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thomas, of St. Mr. and Mrs. Osteen, of Brooker,

second at Starke, Florida. town can hope to grow with almost -, haarlem oil has been a world- parents.L. Augustine, ore here spending a few I spent Sunday with their daughter,

:. office -. .-- ---. --- -- -.- Impassable street Erecting u I, wide remedy for kidney,liver and G. Johnson, Misses Pralle and weeks with relatives. Mrs. J. H. Surrency.
M -Tg. MATTHBWS- -__-________________Ow.. fine home surrounded with a pretty ', bladder disorders, rheumatism, I Julia Johnson were among those who B. J. McRae, of Waldo, and Edwin I Homer Gainey, of Brooker, was a

I. C. ROBINBON__________M.n..ln. Edllol. lawn with unimproved streets running lumbago and uric acid conditions. accompanied Mrs. Peacock to Cross Prevatt of Hampton, wera visitors : visitor here Thursday afternoon.
by it is like setting a diamondin I 1 City Saturday. to Graham Sunday. I Death of Little Francis Thomas Reynolds

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I a brass ring. A woman can put on QW M 1t Lester Grantham, while on a visitto Miss Ruby Dyal spent last week In
as fine a dress and hat as there is to his grandmother at Winter Haven, High Springs. I The death angel visited at the homeof

: SUBSCRIPTION- RATE I be found: ,but with an old pair of shoes HAARLFM OIL<.11. : 'I was severely perhaps fatally injured Henry Saxon, of Hampton and Thos. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest. Reynolds,

the whole effect is ruined. Paved ... in an auto accident recently. Lester's Dyal, of Pompano, spent Wednesdayafternoon and took from them their little)
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1 Per Year | streets passing a home enhances the correct Internal troubiel,stImulate vitalI I I schoolmates at Fivo Mile are greatly at the home of Mr. D. W. baby Francis Thomas on the 5th of I

Six' Months __ _________ '6,I value of the value of the property ten I organs.Three siz.....All druggtstt." Insistn ', saddened to hear of his misfortune Dyal. I I Sept., at their home in Jacksonville,

. ::: ::::: times what the paving costs, to say the original genuine: Ooio MSPAL.! f and trust he will recover. Miss Lets Richardson, of Maxwell, I but had recently moved from here. He

I nothing about the looks and conven-- Mrs W. B. Alexander hat as her B. L. Duke was transacting busl- spent the week-end here with friends. was only a year old whei God called
4 I It.nce.-Perry Herald. quests this week, her sister, Mrs. M. ness in Lake Butler Monday. Messrs, Albert Britt, Gordon An- ,I him home to rest. He was brought

i -oAUTOMOBILES -- ;i L. Maynard, and nephew, A. N. Wilson -I Mrs. D. I. Blume was shopping and derson and Butler Meaner, of Ocala, here Sunday morning and laid to rest

: AND) CHILDREN of Alachua. I! looking after business in Lake Butler wore here Sunday. : in Mt. Sinai cemetery. Little Fran

j i MUs Erma Johns, of Jacksonville,, Tuesday. W. A. Dyal and Bill Prevatt, of cea leaves to mourn his departure,
-- 1 i arrived here last Sunday. She will Miss Ranen was treated to a surprised High Springs, were here Thursday.We ; two little brothers besides a brokenhearted

According to statistics compiled by visit her father, Bolen Johna and party Wednesday evening at regret to know that I. L. Ogden father and mother, and other

.. authorities engaged in collecting data her sister, Mrs. Lee Parker of Mel- the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle. and family have moved to Pompano. relatives here. The entire community

: r .. 'K- for URn in accident prevention work,, rove befcre her retirn.i i I Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johnson gave a They will be greatly missed here by sympathizes with the bereaved parents

! ,, approximately 31 per cent of all per. i Among those who made the tour dance Friday evening which was well their many friends, but wo wish them .
No. 4934' I I sons killed by automobiles are chil to Los Gatos last Sunday were Her- 1 attended. much success in their' new home.E. I A precious one from us has gone

,. (Membership in National Hlghwar dren under 15 years of age. bert and A. A. D-jrden, J. W. and M, I Guy Parrish spent Monday night J. Murrhee was a business visitor A voice we loved is stilledA -

Association) I Many drivers are careful on con I L. WAtterson. with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simpson. to Hampton Friday. I place Is vacant in our home,
Some women have the idea that gested business streets, but carelessin i Mr. J. M. Stone and family, of PINE CASTLE! Duffy Abernathy, of Palatka, spent Which never can be filled.

I lopping their hair has the effect of residential and other districts where I Philadelphia, who have been for several | the week-end with home folks.A. I

lopping a few years from their age. children' are numerous. I I months, with Mrz. Stone's father Pine Castle, Sept. 17Mr. and E. Dyal spent last week in High Leesburg $10,000 bakery to

t ---o- I I In spite of the danger, many children Mr. Wm. Kalch, left Friday for Mi I Mrs. G. W. Sheffield was business Springs with relatives. i be erected here.

''t7; Cedar Key is being put on the map make the street their playvroundor ami. Mr. Stone who had had a light visitors to Starke Saturday afternoon. Scliell Byrd was a visitor to Pine -

I by the Gulf Coast Breeze, the latest in chasing each other or a ball they i stroke of paralysis about four years I Mrs. Bessie Renbart, of Tampa, Level Saturday morning. I Winter Haven-Widening of Sixth

addition to Florida's weeklies. i ic. ,i may suddenly dash into the street previous to this, received a second I spent last week here with her sister, Jay Moody, of New River, was a Street to begin at once.

.--- right in front of a moving vehicle.A stroke while In the region of Titus- Mrs. A. C. Hall. ---

The five best towns In Florida had driver should assume that every vile Physcians and medical aid was I Miss Clemmie Hall left last week -

"The Ten Commandments" in their child on or near the street may dash secured but all in vein. Mr. Stoni I for Tampa, where she wil be the

theatre last week-Starke, Jackson suddenly In front of his car. You I died at 8:00: a. m., last Sunday morn'ins | guest of her brother and sister Mr. GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

ville, Miami, St. Petersburg, Tampa. I cannot tell by looking at a child what, ;. Mrs. Stone's brother R. L. Kalch,, and Mrs. R. V. Hall, and other relatives -

___ it is going to do. > was notified by wire and reached Ti &. RITCH

News of the state consists mainly'of You should thereforedrive slowly, tusville, before Mr. Stone passei I I Mr. and Mra. E. J. Younblood and REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

building operations and of pro- and have absolute control of your car,, away. Mrs. Stone accompanied th
s posed bond Issues for hard surfaced a. Not only when children an., remains to Philadelphia! for interment,. Sunday here with relatives. ACCIDENT, LIFE. AUTOMOBILE,

streets and highways. I playing in the street, but alai<. The bereaved ones have the sympathy, 1: A. C. Hall was a business visitor BONUS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

--- t when they are,playing near thi. of the entire contmunity! to Waldo last Thursday. MADE PROMPTLY
has the productsto
Bradford county curb or on the sidewalk.b. I J. Homer; manager: of the Gull t|I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sheffield spent .
make first class county fair, -
up a started Im- When passing schools or play,", Refining Co., here and! C. H. Priest, Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. ------- --- -
and plans should be
!grounds.c. left last Monday for West Palm Beach. Gillett, of Hampton.
mediately for,ono early In next year. When approaching persons pi I They will visit Miami and othe: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ambrose, of r

I bicycles, tricycles, roler skate'I points of interest before their return. Waldo, was a visitors 'at the home
Earthquakes in California, floods inc I kiddie cars, etc. !i Win. McKeever has accepted a post,- I, of Mr. arid.Mrs. E. J. Dowllng Thursday J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

Washington, 'grasshopper hordes in, d. When approaching youngsters.I tion as clerk with t'/e: firm of A. A. morning.I .
New York, drouths in the Southern who "hitchinb ride" 01, and Co. Hall sister Mrs, '
t are a Durden I Mrs. A. C. and ,
States, tourists and home eekers,i the vehicle ahead. I Rev. and Mrs. L. W. Kickliter, 01 P j Bessie Renbart, of Tampa, were vis- ; I INJ5URANCEAGENCV ::

,peace.. juid-prosperity In Florida. e. When passing ice wagons ani J Starke visited Mrs. Maud Mitchel listing friends at Hampton Saturday
,_ street sprinklers. I last Monday. I morning.

Another great! discovery has been I f. When passing any hill that ma;, Dr. O. W. Clayton and Col. J. V'. Mr. and Mrs. A. C..IIall and daughters -. ESTABLISHED 1886
made this time not by scientists,
be used for coasting, in winter'. Curtis, of Fort Payne, Ala., wh,J Myrtice and Margie and Mr G,. o.
but aittoists the short stretch
by on
Drivers should remember the fol- i have been business visitors here fo r W. Sheffield were visitors to Hampton STARKE FLA.
of road between Highland and Max- ,
lowing: several weeks returned to their born Tuesday! afternoon.
\'I11e-that the one thing slower thana
a. Caution your own and othe'r last Saturday. 1: Mrs. A. A. Hall, of Hampton, visited .
snail li contractor connecting
a on a people's children about the dan-I! A. J. Durden has returned to hi, :friends here Monday morning. J
link between two highways. I' :
ger of tho street.b. ; home in Tampa after a visit with hi I

Those scientists who dig up a few I, Do not allow anyone to ride on I mother, Mrs. T. J. D..I ren. I '
'' the running board, rear tire, or Miss Elsie Birt, who has been visitIng -
bone and announce them to he 111-;
011 bumper of your car.c. her cousin, Mr. Green, Of Starke, .
million ,
some ago a or so years
Persons on bicycles, or roller returned to her home here last Mon.
play .safe by having no one of that
skates, or in carte should not
1" age to dispute their wonderful dis day.Mrs.
i be permitted to hitch on your P. M. Geiger, postmaster at
covery. I FREE RADIOHere's
ip, -- car. TheresBa, was a business visitor here
d. It is a bad practice to give children i last Saturday .
? Saturday, September 6th, the high
; a "lift" to and from school Mrs.! A. A. Durden's Sunday School
temperature mark at Titusville was I
because it encourages them to I Class II l I
I real One that bring to all
98, Macon, 100, Albany 106, Birmingham a opporunityl may you
stand in the streets while hall- I.ast Friday afternoon, Mrs. A. A.
in" radio.
100. The records for Starke as I the pleasure that comes to those who "listen on a
officials Ing. Such encouragement by Durden entertained her Sunday school You have the opportunity of possessing a Cleartone Radio
reported by government forestry S
; motorists promotes a hazard I class under a large spreading oak, S
here were: High 9B| low 71, I Receiving: Set The cabinet is of solid mahogany-a beautiful
of 83 degreee.r to the children and to all motorists. that stands In the church yard of the piece of furniture. The selectivity of this set is remarkable

./ an average I ''! First Baptist church of Hampton. Underneath I and distant stations can be? distinctly heard on a
-o-- "
In many communities school chil- I this beautiful shady oak, loud speaker with plenty of volume. E
Two solid cars of mall order catalogues 'II
dren "Safety. Automobile which has where
are being taught nature provided, is
l,' reached Jacksonvile recentlyand I, drivers should co-operate In ,I this Sunday school class recites their The details of how you may become the owner of this

a goodly portion of them have this good work and take every pre- 'I lesson, every Sunday morning, when I Radio Set can be secured at our store onSaturday Sept. 19.

been delivered to the patrons of I, caution to prevent accidents to chil- ''I I the weather is permissible.: i E And at the same time you will have the opportunity to wit- E

stores In this section. Thousands of I dren. Many Interesting games were plan- ness a very interesting demonstration of Lowe Brothers

l. dollars will leave this county for the I If you expect other persons to avoid ned and suggested by their kind and Paints and Varnishes.

ik north in response to this avalanche injuring your children, you should loving teacher. Twenty-eight happy

r of advertising, the greater portionof I take care not to injure the children' restless boys and girls ranging from i 0

.' which would stay here if home mer- : of others. I the age of ten to fourteen, enjoyed O DEMONSTRATION
chants would from their mall
a tip
--o- a pleasant afternoon under the shade
Ir; order competitor.Over I HAMPTONHampton I of their old oak. | Paints Lowe Brothers Varnishes
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After which a delicious refreshments
Sept. 1C.-Mr. Thomas U
in Bradford county there used
consisting of ice-
I Dyal of hag recently -:I sandwiches, Saturday September 19th
Pompano purchased
to be a man who could be heard for I I tea, and fruit was served abundantly.FIVE ,
Jh five miles on a clear morning when he of Jasper Allen of Bushnell the ,, I

.1 called his hogs. What an opera singer I: large two story building formerly MILE R Do you know that a wall finished with Lowe Brothers R .

v ; he would have made.-Times- I owned by Mr. Allen just across the I Mello-Gloss, a liquid paint, can be washed-even free of
'y Union. He would be more appreciated street from the Christian church. Mr.:I i Five Mile, Sept. n.-Mr. and Mrs. grease-with surprising ease, Visit our demonstration-

1 in the union station in Jacksonville: Dyal wil rrobably move his family,, P. P. Dekle and Miss Catherine Ra- we'll show you how easily it is done.
r; in place of those new-fangled loud here this winter. nen were among those who attended
speakers. I, W. P. Dirt, of Louise, WAS trans i the annual meeting at Little Springs W At our demonstration, you will see Neptunite Varnish subW

r I I0 acting business here this week. I :Saturday:; and Sunday. jected to severe abuse and, yet, never turn white. We'll even

--- Mrs. W. R. Jackson and sister, I Miss Josephine Blunie nlldIre.. iron n wet towel until dry on a varnished surface to show

In Asheville the water supply Is so Mrs. Ailena CaJwell, are spending I Lillian Dekle were shopping in Lake'' the wear-resistance of Neptunite Varnish. I
short that have been notified I
I this week In Jacksonville, the guestsof Butler Wednesday. I Let us show you how with one sweep of the brush you can
to cut out their baths to mini-
: a their sister, Mrs. W. B. Loflin i I Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle had as: stain and varnish your furniture, woodwork or floors with
mum, fond no water con be used for
I I A. L. Sullivan" of Vero, is spendIng guests Sunday, Mr. Norman and Lowe Brothers Varnish Stain.
baptizing or sprinkling in connectionwith this week with his mother, Mrs. I daughter, ROlla Mae, of Starke, Mr.' N N
services. minis ""
i I Josephine Sullivan. and Mrs. T. D. Proctor and son, Herbert -
; ". ters should go to the rescue of their I Mr "Lynn Hall, who: has been visitIng Earle of Davenport. '! Painting Advice Decorative ServiceD '

brethren In distress and ship a few I friends. and relatives! in Danla," Mr. and Mrs. Avery Pariah, Mr. D
barrels of good Floridi water to the A representative of the Lowe If you have any particular
I retur -d to her home here, accompanied and Mra. James Parish of Brooker,
Carolinas. Brothers Company will be with work in mind, we can secure
by her sister Miss Ida May Croft. were week-end guests of relatives
I us to offer painting advice, in from the Decorative Depart-
o Prof. C. T. Lawhorne, principal of here and attended services at Little "
When Will The Florida Boom End, addition to making practical ment of the Lowe Brothers 0
the public schools here, and his assistants Springs O
Harry Y. Leonard, publicity director Mrs. H. B. Sweat and Miss Mrs. Lillian Dekle had as guests I I demonstrations of Low BrothCompany color suggestions

of the Fort Myers Chamber of Maude Mitchell Mrs. D. H. McGrud- Monday, Mesdames Lacey Brown and ers Paints and Varnishes. His adapted to your individual re-

c: Commerce, answers this by saying. er, principal of the school: at Sampson Rosa Brooks, of Miller, T. J. Dekla expert knowledge of painting quirements. This Service is W
{ "When there Is another spot discovered attend the district teachers Association and T. B. Handley, of Lake Butler. W problems will be at your' diefree and it will be a real help
which contains the climate, soil Mr. posal. Consult him about your In planning the decoration of
at Gainesville this week. and Mrs. R. L. Davis, of Ala- L
and opportunities possessed by Florida cbua work. your home. Ask about it.
Mrs. Parley Wynn and son Qjln- are visiting her mother, Mrs.
se the boom will end, but not before. ton, who have been vls'tnlg: Mrs. William Roberts, this week. S S

."-Klssimmee valley Gazette.0 Wynn's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hicks Elder Clans, is conducting a meeting Don't. miss this demonstration and the opportunity to f become >> .

--- and sister Mrs. E. J. King, returned this week at Unity church of I the owner of this Free Radio Set. 'r. t

Daily more persons are slain by to their home In Auburndale last Sat- Christ. i| ,-

autos. For the first half of 1025 New urday. W. H. Dowllng has returned from ,. .-

0 York City reports 425 deaths. Chicago Mr. Milton Black, of Palatka but a visit to points of Interest In South' DeWITT C. JONES

254, roitadelphia 118 Los Angeles ,r formerly of our town has accepted a Florida. i .
I 108, and Cleveland 104. But New position with the Paul and Waymer: Mr. and Mrs. Jets Vining, of Lake "

.Bedford, a sizeable Massachusettsmanufacturing Lumber Company hare. Butler were, among the visitor her | STARKE, FLORIDA

town has had no Saturday. j'
I The ( alai Thai Doe. Not Ailed The licsd, I I' ,
; deaths for several years. It. takesvrajr.tlwoareless C. A. Scoff and M. M. Hale were
I BaatafcT .
. of lu trek' .nd UiXIr meet LAXA-
autoUt's llce$4, tp rfVE CFOMO QUININE CUhb-tt) ran Iw taken on business Monday
t ': drhreV.-Tampa" Tribune! I by Latb Barnae.l.*4. a.W.G: QSC1 r W:fur:ue ar wr' I' Mr. Pierce of LUIS; was recent. I


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I and hamlet -Fcn oval I visitor here. GRAHAM 1 visitor here Saturday afternoon.W. .
; Nearly every city, town
Bradford County y. TElegraph! I' in Florida is paving or voting I The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy 'T. Wasdm, and family, of Wai*

-. I' bonds for now streets. Every community Peacock died Saturday morning and Graham, Sept. 18.-Rev. Crosby)' do, and T. D. Dyal and family, of

; Published weekly and entered as'' realizes the importance of zac YEASS the remains were carried back to filled his regular( appointment here Brooker spent Sunday at the home of
I Cross City for interment.We Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dyal.
No city' I
second class matter, at the post good streets and highways.
M with almost -, extend our sympathy to the bereaved Mr. and Mrs Lee Thomas, of St. I Mr. and Mrs. Osteen, of Brooker,
office at Starke, Florida or town can hope to (grow haarlem oil has begirt a world-
__ .. ._M _. -= .'.--c-=.- ='_-_-___=_ impassable streets. Erecting u ;, wide remedy for kidney,liver and parents. Augustine, are here spending: a few spent Sunday with their daughter( ,
/: MATTHBW8- _________________Ow.r.t. fine home surrounded with a pretty bladder disorders rheumatism I L. G. Johnson, Misses Pralle and weeks with relatives.B. Mrs. J. H. Surrency.
'' Julia Johnson were among those who J. McRae, of Waldo, and Edwin I Homer Gainey, of Brooker, was a
___. streets
ti. C. ROBINHON.._ Editor. I lawn with unimproved running and uric acid conditions.
h lumbago Peacock Cross
by It is like setting a diamondin accompanied Mrs. to Prevatt of Hampton, were visitors ,, visitor here Thursday afternoon.
I I 1 City Saturday. to Graham Sunday. Death of Little Francis Thomas .
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY a brass ring. A woman can put on I I ReyI
t WM Lester Grantham, while on a visitto I I
' .. ._ I as fine a dress and hat as there is to 1? Miss Ruby Dyal spent last week in nolds
-- SUBSCRIPTION--- -- RATE !11)e found;but with an old pair of shoes HAAIUFU/ OiL:- bin grandmother at Winter Haven, High Springs. I|I The death angel visited at the home

I the whole effect is ruined. Paved .... I was severely perhaps fatally injured Henry Saxon, of Hampton and Thos. of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest. Reynolds,' j
_________ ,___ '1.60 i in an auto accident recently Lester's
I Per YearSix nn t streets passing/ a home enhances the -.oh, :If Dyal, of Pompano, spent Wednesday I'I and I took from them! their little

i' Months ___________________ 75eI i value of the value of the property ten correct Internal troubles,stimulate vital | schoolmates at Fivo Mile are greatly afternoon at the home of Mr. D. W. baby Francis Thomas on the 5th of
Three sUn.All
dru&&IIrt"Insist i his
-- .- I times what the paving costs, to say I organs....n the original aenWneOoso_ MEDAL.. i j and saddened trust to he hear will of misfortune Dyal. |I Sept., at their home in Jacksonville, |f
nothing, about the looks and conven- I recover. Miss Lois Richardson, of Maxwell, but had recently moved from here. Ho f
Mrs. W. B. Alexander has as her B. L. Duke was transacting business j
I ience..Perry Herald.AUTOMOBILES I, spent the week-end here with friends. was only a year old when God called i I
I guests this week, her sister! Mrs. M. in Lake Butler Monday. Messrs, Albert Britt, Gordon An-| him home to rest. He was brought( 1
-o- i A. N. Wil-i i Mrs. D. I. Blume and
L. Maynard, and nephew, was shopping
derson and Butler Messer, of Ocala, here Sunday morning and laid to rest
: : AND CHILDREN son, of Alachua. I II looking after business in Lake Butler were here Sunday. i,! in Mt. Sinai cemetery. Little Frances

j' I I' Miss Erma Johns, o* Jacksonville, Tuesday. W. A. Dyal and Bill Prevatt, of I leaves to mourn his departure,
arrived here last Sunday. She Will Miss Ranen was treated to a suri -
According to statistics compiled by High Springs, were here Thursday. i, two little brothers besides a brokenhearted
ih I her father Bolen Johns and i prised Wednesday at
visit evening
J I authorities engaged in collecting( data We regret to know that I. L. Ogden father and mother, and other
her sister Mrs. Lee Parker of Melrose the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle.
vM ,
and relatives here. The
r. have entire
, for use In accident prevention work, family moved to Pompano. community
I approximately 31 per cent of all per- before her rctorn. | Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johnson gave a They will be greatly missed here by sympathizes with the :bereaved t>> parents
I those who made the dance Friday evening which well
NO. 4954 I Among tour was their .
j eons killed by automobiles are children I many friends, but wo wish them
in National HlgnwarAssociation to Los Gatos last Sunday were Her- 'j attended.
i (Membership under IS years of age. < much success in their new home. | A precious one from us has gone;
) tert and A. A. Durden, J. W. and M. Guy Parrish spent Monday night
E A voice
Many drivers are careful on congested 'I J. Murrhee was a business visitor we loved Is ItilledA -
I L. Wotteraon.t with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simpson.
f Some women have the idea that business streets, but carelessin to Hampton Friday. I place is vacant in our home,
I j 1 lopping( their hair has the effect of residential and other districts where t Mr. J. M. Stone and family, of | PINE CASTLE: Duffy Abernathy, of Palatka.)spent i Which never can be filled.
'I Philadelphia, who have been for several :
from their children I II I the week-end with home folks. |
: lopping a few years age. are numerous. I -
y I In spite of the danger, many chil- months, with Mrz. Stone's father'!I Pine Castle, Sept. 17.-Mr. and A. E. Dyal spent last week in High Leesburg $10,000 bakery to

,I', : Cedar Key Is being put on the map dren make the street their playvroundor Mr. Wm. Kalch, left Friday for Mi- .|' Mrs. G. W. Sheffield was business Springs with relatives. be erected here.

by the Gulf Coast Breexe, the latest in chasing( each other or a ball they ami. Mr. Stone who had had a light I j''I' visitors to Starke Saturday afternoon. Sdiell Byrd was a visitor to Pine'Level
weeklies. 1 stroke of paralysis about four years :I Mrs Bessie Renbart, of Tampa, I
f addition to Florida's i i may suddenly dash into the street Saturday morning. Winter Haven-Widening of Sixth
-0- right In front of a moving vehicle.A i previous to this, received a second '' spent last week here with her sister, Jay Moody, of New River, was a Street to begin at once.
The five best towns in Florida had driver should assume that every stroke while In the region of Titus- Mrs. A. C. Hall.

i "The Ten Commandments" In their' child on or near the street dash ville. Fhy clans and medical aid was I I Miss Clemmie Hall left last week

! ,*:,,I, theatres last week-Starke, Jacksonville suddenly in front of his may car. You secured but all In vsln. Mr. Stone '', for Tampa, where she wil be the

Miami, St. Petersburg, Tampa. cannot tell by looking( at a child what died at 8:00: a. m., last Sunday morn- '', guest of her brother and sister Mr. GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY I
I!, it Is (going to do; ing. Mrs. Stone's brother: R. L. Kalch, and Mrs. R. V. Hall, and other relatives -
News of the state consists mainly 1 was notified by wire and reached Ti- INMAN & RITCH

l of building operations and of pre>>- ', You should, thereforedrive slowly ', tusville, before Mr. Stone passed I I I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Younblood and REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
I and have absolute control of your car
t pOled bond Issues for hard surfaced away. Mrs. Stone accompanied the little son, Lawton, of Graham, spent INSURANCE COMPANIES.
a. Not only when children are,, remains to Philadelphia! for interment.The FIRE
streets and highways. Sunday here with relatives.
I playing in the street, but also ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,
bereaved ones have the sympathy I
A. C. Hall
business visitorto
Bradford county has the productsto when they are,play ing near the of the entire community Waldo last Thursday. ,

make up a first clans county fair, curb or on the sidewalk. I I I J. Houser: manager:: of the Gulf I|I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sheffield spent MADE PROMPTLY

and plans should bo started immediately 1 b. When passing. schools or play-I|, Refining Co., here and: C. H. Priest, Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs. .. _ _
grounds.t n
for one early In next year. left last Monday for West Palm Beach. Gillett, of Hampton.
t c. When approaching persons on They will visit Miami and other -
,, Mr. and Mrs. Gee Ambrose, of -
+ Earthquakes California floods in I J bicycles, tricycles, roler skate points of interest before their return. ;! Waldo, was a visitors at the home

\.:'" Washington,"grasshopper hordes in'i kiddie cars, etc. i io j i Wm. McKeever has accepted a position l- ',I I I of Mr. and.Mrs. E J. Dowling( Thursday J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
| d. When approaching youngsters
New York, drouths in the Southern as clerk with te firm of A. A. morning

States, tourists and homeseekers,'J I who are "hltchlnb a ride" on Durden and Co. :I| Mrs. A. C. Hall and sister, Mrs.
'I I the vehicle ahead. I II I I Rev and Mrs. L W. Kickliter of. .
/iad-prosperity.:!. in Florida. J Bessie Renbart, of Tampa, were'v1.% I INSURANCE
i e. When passing ice and '
.. wagons Starke visited Mrs. Maud Mitchell
-0- I Istlng friends at Hampton Saturday
Another great discovery has been J street sprinklers. II I II last Monday. I I I morning.

'I .. mAde: this time not by scientists,I f. When passing any hill that may Dr. O. W. Clayton and Col. J. V. ', Mr. and Mrs. A. C..IIall and daugh- AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886

t I but by niitoists on the short stretch be used for coasting, In winter. Curtis, of Fort Payne, Ala., who '|, ters, Myrtice and Margie and Mr. O. '. ,

.. I of road between Highland! and Max-j' Drivers should remember the fol. have been business visitors here for W. Sheffield were visitors to Hampton STARKE FLA.
ville-that the one thing slower than lowing: j! several weeks returned to, their homo Tuesday afternoon.

;" a snail Is a contractor on a connecting/, a. Caution your own and otherpeople's last Saturday. >. Mrs. A. A. Hall, of Hampton, visited .
: I + link between two highways. children about the danger -I' A. J. Durden has returned to hilt ; friends here Monday morning .

-0- I of the street. home in Tampa after a visit with his
Those scientists who dig up a few b. Do not allow anyone to ride on'I mother, Mrs. T. J. D.I< ren. I

bones and announce them to he of i|" the running board, rear tire, or I Miss Elsie Birt, who has-been visit- ,,

some age a million or so years back, bumper of your car.c. ing her cousin, Mr. Green, ef Starke
.: jc play safe by having no one of that Persona on bicycles, or roller returned to her home here last Mon

'.' t age to dispute their wonderful silt 1, skates, or in carts should not I

">.' :1.. covery. I be permitted to hitch on your'. day.Mrs.. P. M. Geiger, postmaster at

-0- car. There sa, was a business visitor here FREE RADIO
: Saturday, September 5th, the high d. It is a bad practice to give children -i last Saturday

temperature mark at Titusville was I a "lift" to and from school Mrs. A. A. Durden's Sunday School

98, 100, Albany 106, firmingMacon because it encourages them toI I I! Class I i iI
ham IOC. The records for Starke as I stand In the streets while hall-I Last Friday afternoon, Mrs. A. A. Here's a real opporunityl One that may bring to you all

reported by (government forestry officials I ing. Such encouragement( by', Durden entertained her Sunday school the pleasure that comes to those who "listen in" on a radio.
'i, motorists promotes a hazard class under I' You have the opportunity of possessing a Cleartone Radio
here were: High tl5| low 71, I a spreading oak, S S
an average of 83 degrees. to the children and to all mo- that stands In the church yard of the Receiving Set I The cabinet is of solid mahogany-a beautiful .

.. ./ -o-- torists. I I First Baptist church of Hampton. Un-I piece of furniture. The selectivity of this set Is remark -
'. I In many communities school chil- bie, and distant stations can be distinctly heard
; Two solid cars of mail order catalogues derneath this beautiful shady oak, # on a
I ; reached Jacksonvile recentlyand dren are being taught "Safety." Automobile !I which nature has provided, is where )' Ee loud speaker with plenty of volume E t

", a goodly portion of them have '', drivers should co-operate In this Sunday school class recites their The details of how you may become the owner of this

,\. been delivered to the patrons of| ,' this good work and take every precaution -f lesson, every Sunday morning( when | Radio Set can be secured ot our store onSaturday Sept 19.

: If stores In this section. Thousands of; to prevent accidents to chil- the weather is perml able.: i i E. And at the same time you will have the opportunity to witness E
I{ dren.
t. 1.\t\ dollars will leave this county for the ;j'i If Many Interesting( games were planned a very interesting demonstration of Lowe Brothers
r north in response to this avalancheof I you expect other persons to avoid and suggested by their kind and Points and Varnishes

I :. advertising, the greater portion 1 1.I'I injuring your children, you should'take loving teacher. Twenty-eight happy
cure not to injure the children
of which would here restless boys and girls ranging from i
stay if home mer-; I .
chants would a tip from their mail[ others. the age of ten to fourteen, enjoyeda o DEMONSTRATION 0

y,;; <;r. order competitor. I'I HAMPTON-o-- pleasant afternoon under the shadeof
t I their old oak. |
-o- Paints Lowe Brothers Varnishes
Over in Bradford county there used[ ,I Hampton, Sept in.-Mr. Thomas After which a delicious refreshments U UI

to be a man who could be heard fort I| Dyal, of Pompano, has recently purchased -| consisting of sandwiches, ice-
t five miles on a clear morning when he, ( of Jasper Allen of Bushnell the i tea, and fruit was served abundantly. Saturday, September 19th

called his hogs. What an opera singer large two story building formerly.1 I I
he would have made.-Times- I, owned by Mr. Allen Just across the FIVE !MILE ,0t R Do you know that a wall finished with Lowe Brothers R

Union. He would be more appreciatedIn street from the Christian church. Mr..1 t j Five Mile, Sept.-17.-Mr. and Mrs. J Mello-Gloss, a liquid paint, can be washed-even free of

the union station in Jacksonville: Dyal wil Probably move his family!! P. P. Dekle and Miss Catherine Ra- grease--with surprising ease, Visit our demonstrationwe'll -

M In place of those new-fangled loud here this winter. |I nen were among those who attended< show you how easily fs done.

speakers. W. P. Blrt, of Louise, was transacting | the annual meeting at Little Springs'' W At our demonstration, you will see Neptunite Varnish subW

-0-- I. business here this: week. I :Saturday'; and Sunday. jected to severe abuse and, yet, never turn white. We'll even

In Asheville the water supply Is so Mrs. W. n. Jackson and sister,I Miss Josephine Blume and Mrs. iron a wet towel until dry on a varnished surface to show

short that consumers have been notified Mrs. Ailena CnJwell, are spendingthis i I 1 Lillian DoKlo were shopping in Lake'' the wear-resIstance of Neptunite Varnish.
; week in Jacksonville, the guestsof Butler Wednesday. I
to cut out their baths to mini- I
a their sister, Mrs. W. B. Loflin. I Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dckle had Let us show you how with one sweep of the brush you can
mum, no water con be used for I as
stain and
varnish furniture
baptising or sprinkling in connection A. L. Sullivan, of Vero, Is spending guests Sunday, Mr. Norman and your woodwork or floors with

with regliglous services. Florida minis- 'j this week with his: mother, Mrs. I daughter, Rosa Mae, of Starke, Mr. N Lowe Brothers Varnish Stain N

tare should go to ths rescue of their Jcsephlne' Sullivan. and Mrs. T. D. Proctor and son, Herbert ....
? Mrs. Lynn Hall, who: has been visiting Earle I .
brethren I of Davenport.
In distress and
ship a few I Painting Advice Decorative Service
t barrels of good Florldt water to the friends! and relatives in Dan la, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Parish, Mr.
Carolinas returned to her home here, accompanied and Mrs. James Pariah of Brooker, '' D A representative of the Lowe If you have any particular D

.t I by her sister, Miss Ida May Croft. were week-end guests of relatives Drothers Company will be with work In mind, we can secure

I Florida Prof. C. T. Lawhorne, principal of here and attended. services at Little us to offer painting advice, 1n from the Decorative DepartO -
When Will
The Boom
End, the public schools here, and his assistants Spring addition to making practical ment of the Lowe Brothers
Harry Y. Leonard, publicity director Mrs It. B. Sweat and Mrs. demonstrations 0
a. of the Fort Myers Chamber oft Miss Lillian Dekle had as (guests I of Lowe BrothCompany color suggestions(
Commerce this Maude Mitchell, Mrs. B. II. McGruder Monday, Mesdames Lacey Brown and en Palate and Varnl hel. HII adapted to your individual I'll- J
"When answers by saying. principal of the sc'aool at Sampson Rosa Brooks, of Miller, T. J. Dekle expert: knowledge of pallltInr quirements This Service Ie

'" which there contains Is another the spot climate discovered soil attend the district teachers Association and T, B. Handley, of Lake Butler. W problems will be.t your dJIfree and It will be a real help W

and at Gainesville this week. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Davis, of AU- poaal. Consult him about your In planning the decoration of '

-/ opportunities the boom will possessed end but by FlorIda Mrs. Parley Wynn and son Q-iln- chua are visiting her mother, Mrs. work your home Ask about It.
not ton, who have been vlsltnig: Mrs. William Roberts, this week.
."-Klssimmee valley Gazette. Wynn's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth nicks Elder Clans Is S S
I' conducting a meeting Don't miss thIs demonstration and the opportunity to be-
-0- and sister Mrs. E. J. King, returnedto ( this week at Unity church of .
Daily more persons are slain by their home in Auburndale last Saturday Christ. j I come the owner of thIs Free Radio Set. x. .

i auto For the first half of 1925 New I W. U. Dowling has returned from ,

York City reports 425 deaths. Chicago Mr. Milton Black, of Palatka, but a visit to points of interest In South .. .
254, Philadelphia 118, Los Angeles formerly of our town has accepted a Florida. ; De-WITT C. JONES
108, and Cleveland 104. But New position with the Paul and Waymer Mr. and Mrs. Jeer Vlnlng, of Lake .

f' Bedford, a sizeable Massachusetts Lumber Company hare.Tb Butler were among the visitors her |
I' manufacturing town has had no Saturday. STARKE, FLORIDA

t;. deaths for several years. It.. takes fljrfoliM Th.l DM Not Affect Tile KtiJBMkufe C. A. S<-aff and M. M. lisle were I I .
r of Its tent and l torah.. .effect LARA
.: awaythe'-aarelea. nutolst' .11 !}1f\. UrVEi BROMO QUNINE (TiblrtiO ran tw Mkra heN. on business Monday. I
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