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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
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September 25, 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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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879. crlptlon-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months 75c.-Payable In Advance. E. S. -Matthews, Owner. ...

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Donald J. Rose wit! Make Design for WARFIELD SEEKING SPEEDY ,I Honda In the Sum of $360.000 Will Be IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT VETERANS TO MEET ( Bids Asked to Hard-surface Setretch

Golf Course ACTION ON NEW DIVISION Voted On October 20th ; NOVEMBER FOURTH I I From Brondon to Newberry
-. >- I Tuesday was the regular monthly -
Jacksonville)Sept, 22.-John J. Seaboard Official To Start Track- At their last regular meeting the court day for Judge Gardiner, although Gainesville Preparing to Greet Old WILL CONNECT WITH ;

Watson, landeacpe architect and Laying at Early Date. Board of county commissioners of only four'cases were up "f r Heroes .: .A.LACIIUA COUNTY LINE '

town planner of. wide renown, has 1 Union county called an election to disposal.. The balance of the cases J'
entered into a contract with King Speedy action by the Interstate determine whether Union county were passed over until the October Gainesville, Sept. 22.-The annual Surrey Belitc Made for Other High
Inc. Jacksonville real Commerce Commission on the petitionof I session.J. Confederate Veterans' reunion of the to Form Network.
Properties, a should issue bonds in the amount of I ways.
the Seaboard Air Line Railway state of Florida will bi> held in .
for the F. Butler, having moonshine In
estate concern" complete re $360,000 for the of hard- .' -
building of Lake Butler, county seat for authority to construct approximately -: surfacing and otherwise Improvingthe his possession; plead guilty Fined Gainesville on November 4, and 5,I! Bronson, Sept. 18.-At the meet

of Union county, according to an announcement 100 miles of new track In Florida -' road system in that county Data $50 and costs and 30 days In Jail. with Stonewall Camp, U. C. V., assisted ling of the board of county commissioners -

made by him this after- has been urged by President S. of the election was) set for October\ Chris Dell, beating wife. Costs were by the local daughter of the yesterday it was decided to
noon at the Hotel Mason. I Davies Warfield, in an effort to relieve 20th. paid and charges withdrawn Confederacy, host All business seaslona [ advertise for bids for the building

traffic conditions brought about Ef E. Trowbridge, Issuing worthless will be held) in the Alachua coun and hard-surfacing the road leading
will the of
Uniformity be keynote I Included In this Issue of bonds for
by unprecendentcd freight shipments. house. The session I
Mr. Watson's plans, he said, which ] checks. Trowbrldire. who Is held ty court opening I from Bronson to Newberry, a distance
improved roads is state road No. 28,
call for the of of Immediate authority to proceed, I in Bradcnton on threo similar charge, will bo held on the evening Novem- lof six and one-half miles to the
development one Union from I
running through county
I with its new building program with- made good the amount of the check ber 3, when the welcome addresses Alachua county line.
the most beautiful cities in Florida. 'out the formality of hearings at Wash- i;I I Lulu to the Bradford county line at given a Lawtey man and the chargewas will be delivered. Mr. L. W. Jackson, 'I
I bids will considered tho
Lake Butler is 53 miles southwest of New River, where It will join the I The be at
ington was requested by the company i dropped.J. adjutant Is busy making:
very prep-
Jacksonville and is built on the shoreof I present Starke-Lake Butler road.I I next meeting October 6.
which pointed out that the M. Fowler petit larceny; plead arations for the entertaining of the ,
a lake bearing the same name. i I The resolution as passed at this Work on the Newberry end has already "
need was and that Florida
apparent, I guilty. Fined $60 and costs or GO notable gathering, and no stone will
His plans call for a lake-side drive must have additional railway facilities :I session is as follows: days. be left unturned to make the reunion been started by the citizens) of
completely circling Lake Butler which to aid in the big development I I Be it resolved by tho board of county in the University City, one of the that city. The action taken by the

he characterized as one of the most I projects along its territory and else- I' commissioners of Union country, Mr. and Mrs Chnrio Lnrsen and most delightful and successful In the Levy county commissioners Is gratifying I-
beautiful inland bodies of water he Florida, that as provided in and pursuant I to the residents nf Bronson andNttwbel'ry.
has ever seen. In addition to this where. to the provisions of Chapter son, Charles, Jr., left Sunday for history of the lives of thu great old .
Year's their home in Lakeland, nftrr own who battled in the between
Program spending; war i
there will be an eighteen-hole golf I 11259, Laws of Florida 1025 the !I -
course. to be constructed under the Although the commission has givenno samo being, I II I II 1 i I a few days as tho guests of Col. and tho states I/ Tho survey of state highway No.
Mrs. D. E. 10 lending from Fannln Springs
guidance of Donald J. Ross; a large intimation of its intention, belief I I I An act authorizing and Knight.
i FUNERAL ()fo'1It.: PEKKIN3 (I I through Hardeetown Chlefland and ,
modern hotel on the lake shore; linda was expressed n business circles here bed i'i i ing Union county, Florida, to issue i county voting In said election, whether ,( Bronson to connect with highway No.

country club. I yesterday that no delay was to bonds for the purpose of building and or not Chapter 112.1t( Laws. of I After a lingering; illness, Mr. W. II. ((5 ut Williston, has been completed *

The golf course and country club expected and that President Warfield hard-surfacing certain roads and Florida, 102.1! title as above stated, :I Perkins passed to the great l beyond l lWednciulny and tho approved by the com 1 1
are to bo a short distance from the I soon would have his forces at work'1 building, grading and improving oth-,, shall ho ratified and approved ry I I evening, September 16th, missioners.Kids survey.

lake on a part of the large tract on a schedule calling for completion'!| er roads: in the said county; and to,I said elector, and $300,000.00: ( of raid'' at his. home on West C'nll Street, surrounded -
recently acquired by King Proper-! of the lines early next year: Thlff,I provide for a board of bond trustees, bonds of Union county be Issued atI !: by his devoted! family. tor the construction of this

ties. More than 7,000 acres, including ;' it was said, would help relieve tho'''and to Invest said board of trustees I I therein provided. I I I The funeral took place Thursday road will be publicly advertised at

nine-tenths of the lake frontage,:( crush of travel at the top of the Win( with certain power and duties, and:i De it further resolved, that said l lI afternoon from the family residence, the November meeting and begin soon
were included lit the King ter season. to provide for the and control of after. 1
use election !hall> be hail and held In the and win conducted bj Uov. L. W.
most of which was obtained purchase'l The Seaboard recently has sold the general road and other funds collected --,',I various. precincts of said county on I, Kickliter, of thu ilaptist church. bliss rile survey of road No, 3 from the;

W. Townsend, president of bonds for $25,000,000: for new in said county for road and the 20th day of October, A. D. 192.r! : Thelma Snellgrove, Mr. John Powell Alachua county line on through
mers and Dealers bank in Lake Butler. tag' and the demand for the bUild-I: bridge purposes. i I I the same being the third Tuesday in l and MI-K. J. F. Kiclilitor, Sr., sang ;' llronsoii. Otter Creek, Ellzoy, Sum

sue by Eastern bankers I That an election shall be held In, said month. I I "10 Know All" and "Asleep In err to Cedar Key will begin In a few
Complete Street System faith of investors in the future growth the various precincts of the county of' Adopted In regular tension of the Jesus.. days be pushed to completion.\ It Is

,. In addition to this, Mr. Watson'splan and prosperity of Florida. Tho. principal Union to determine by a majorityvote board of county commissioners of Union 1,j Mr. Perkins won. born In Fnctolui, I II'ltt not believed that much effort will be

will call for a complete system I j extension planned by the Seaboard of the majority of the qualifiedfree county, Florida on this the 7lh County, N. C., Juno 1st, 1800, required to secure the right-of-way.

of streets and driveways in accordance -I Is from Went Palm Beach to I holder electors of said Union! 'I I day of September A. D 1925.: I therefore, had reached the age of Many property owners have volunteered .
Miami. Cross I devote sufficient land for
The State Line openI I tc
with the topographical characteristics sixty-five yearn. two months and six-
., of the Lake Butler terri ed this year, has served as a tremen-I .- i torn days. He came to Florida thirty- the public highways, realizing the
dous influence in of value the road will add their
development great to
1 tory. In explaining what he meant new I live years ago, and for a number of
by "uniformity" Mr. Watson said: territory, and unless there is a delay A DANGER FLORIDA MUST i yearn post has resided. In Starko. On holdings.
in trains will be Branson to become
Washington, running I now promises ;
"It matters little how much or how January 10th, 1801, he was happily'
I Into Miami over Seaboard rails within an active town. Besides being In the.
little; Is expended In building! married to Miss. Linnio Warren, and
money I : a year from the date of establishment intersection of roads! Nos.. 13 and 19,
this union three chllddren
a town or city, unless a uniform FACE AND OVERCOMEFrom ; to were
of service into the will also have roads New
West Palm to
''born' Mrs. R. B. Trnsk. of town
: scheme is followed the desired beauty I namely: ,
cannot be obtained. Especially does Beach. I I[i Terra Ciea; Mr. Warren E. I'erklns berry and Branson and also. one to

this prove true when it comes to West Coast Profits 1' and Miss Eunice Perkins, of Starke. bo built from Bronson to Wokiva
of the
part the
every country to work. Every dwelling that
Lebonan Inglis and, Youkee-
styles of architecture. The west coast however will sharein Tho teceased! was a member of the ,
come reports of an unprecedented can be be finished in time to ht'lp'I I
,l "A group of Spanish homes on one the building plans of the company, movement of people to Florida this care for this winter population should Baptist. church and of tho Woodmen I both town the to tho Fast road and leading West' to Coasts points on of fr i|>

side of the street facing a row of an- for requests are pending for a link fall and winter. Already this is un- be completed as rapidly as possible. of the World and was known to bo Florida.,
other style the other cannot add between Broksville and Inverness always conscientiously honest. Bvi ,
on M der way to such an extent that many Tens. of thousands of people who go'
to the beauty of any town or locality. distance of thirty-two miles, which Florida hotels are even now unable to Florida this winter may perhaps I II i his unassuming manner and read PECAN TURKS SIIKDDING

That is what will be guarded against will give the Seaboard a loop or double I to accomodate the crowds at a season be accustomed to "roughing it" In wit he made numbers. of friends who LEAVES IIKFOKK NUTS

from the very beginning at Lake But- line between Waldo and Tampa. when Florida's population generally I their former homes and, perchance, keenly regret his death. lie realized

ler."A The Brooksvllle-Inverness line long)I|''It at its lowest stage. Probably no they may be satisfied with the conI I that the end of his life was fast approaching I ThuinuHVillo, 011.I'pt./'! 17.-An un- 1
uniform style of architecture designs has been needed andMr.. Warfield'' and was. resigned\ and ready i
:I: economic state development in this ditions they find. But hundreds of usual feature of the pecan crop around .
will be followed!throughout: developing some years ago saw the 'Importance!i, country has ever attracted such wlde- thousands of men and women, accustomed I for the great event. I here this season. is the fact that the
what I sincerely expect to of it. While tho I!I Besides the choice flowers sent |
loop [ spread talk and discussion as is now to tho beat that can be had, leaven of the trues are fulling ahead
,' be one of the show spots of Florida. will serve different towns and cities i occuring in every part of the land- will ba in Florida, and unless they | by ninny friends, there were beautiful of the nuts. It is usually the case I ")
Donald Ross Plans Course it will be possible to divert through)I I '! floral plurot from the Woodmen of i ;
in in
! public, private and in the prose can find satisfactory accommodations that tho loaves ,do not full until praotically < '
. Donald Ross, known the world over passenger traffic and freight .chlp- I -aa that which Florida is at present many of them will leave tho state In the World, Baptist Missionary. So. the whole crop la gathered, '

in golf circles, is associated with Mr. ments in rush times which will prove i i: comm ,ndng. All of this means that disgust and will carry to their homes J clety and the Faculty' of the Brad-, but many trees are seen now that are
": Watson of decided value to the patrons and this winter Florida will have hun-I endless denunciations of Florida's hotel font County High SchooL I
and already is making! plans: I I | almost bare of the leaves, but with *
for laying out the Lake Butler course. the public. I dreds of thousands of people more 1 facilities, to tho injury of the state I I II Tho Interment was at Crosby cemo- the nuts. hanging on, few, If any, | '
With such a large tract to select from I Eventually it is believed the Seaboard than it ever had beforo to take carol I in coming years. |I tery and the services at the grave having dropped. Thin suitution Is ?

he said the course chould be classe'l I will extend its line to Fort My- !' of. I I The highways now under construe-. I| were impressively conducted by thelocal caused ty the very dry hoi weather

among the best in the country. ers, and through one of the richest Railroads will be taxed far beyond I tion In that state should b" pushed'! camp of Woodmen of the World, and Is so unusual that it has at- .
Shortly.after making the purchase,I sections of the West Coast. their capacity in carrying tourists to completion as rapidly as it Is possible II i the following members of that order ,'; true tod attention. September Is often .

officials of King Properties announced New York bankers, accustomed to and others into Florida, and In the ]I| to do so, and all detours should i acting as pallbearers: F. O. Hemingway a dry month in this section, but -:
that construction large see big thingsundertaken by Mr. I Ibe made safe and comfortable for | C. II. Clark, I' S. McMillan, is t
on a number spring carrying them, out of Florida. 1 not usually accompanied by the .
of take of Warfield, have declared that his build '1 motorng. Fortunatel) the Walter Silcox, Henry Thomas and W'j j
cottages to care the: The highways will be black with sate road unprecedented heat that has provalle.1 '
'winter infux into Florida" would ing program is the best possible evidence department under E. Thornton. DoWitt C. Jones, un- "
: get'I Florida-bound autos from the cheap-I now management, this month and that him probably had
under way within the near future.: of the continued development I est to the costliest; steamship lIne I I J appears to be putting forth herculean dertaker in charge. I Mora to co with conditions; : than the

Work will start on those Just as soon in Florida, inasmuch as railroad financing are already booking Florida passengers I I efforts to accomplish this. i I I I Among the out town persons at-1 I <'rout.!. The for/ nut; thrt have fa:- '>

as Mr. Watson lays out his plans, it is I must be figured, not for the for next Jannray. Hotel accom- I j Upon the way in which Florida tending the funeral were Charlie D'I ten O9om very fine arl 1 full of meat .*
I present, but as a permanent proposition. meets the situation thin winter will Perkins, of Lake City; R. E. Daniel !
said.Likewise i modations will be wholly Inadequate' and not rffoitol by lha: falling. of She j ,
according to them 1 depend much of Its continued and family, of Interlachen; and Mrs.!
con- to take care of the dumber of peo- progress Ie:,ve.. aI
struction of the hotel will get under Governor Martin and many organIzations pie who will want to spend a portionof ,during the coming years. Indeed, the II i R. B. Trask, of Terra Clea. I

way as soon as possible as will that if in Florida havpv backed the the winter in that state. i I reputation of the whole South will, I IN MAYORS COURT JI
the country club and golf.course. appeal to the Interestate Commerce I I to some extent, be at stake by the'' COUNTY AGENTS IN
These conditions
Owen A. Wood, oil promoter of Commission for immediate authority mean that Flor- way In which Florida handles these'' SESSION AT GAINESVILLE I John Grim. driving automobile ,II
ida faces its
most critical It
the west who became to begin construction, whch they con- period. I I while intoxicated Fined
famous when problems this fall and winter, for no Gainesville and ; plead gultly. {
must in Sept. 22.-County
he brought in the largest oil well ii tend is imperative. by rushing prepare to completion every way hotels possible and'i one state In the South can bo cut offs'II home demonstration agents from all 1125 and costs.

the Mexica, Texas field, also Is inter DAVE KITE JR. apartment houses now under I| entirely from its influence In the reputation parts of Florida began arrlvlnahero j I/em Cioodwine, driving automobile
ested in the Lake Butler project. He con- of all other Southern states. while drunk; plead guilty. Fined $10 'i j
struction in order to take care of the early today to attend their annual:
and King Properties together control Dave Kite, Jr., of Cortez, a son :of crowds. It must safeguard these peo- I I In the meantime it behooves the 'II meeting the University of Florida.;, and costs. !j ill
approximately 10,000 in that railroads and towns and cities Vunco Forsyth and Chas. Toreulla
acres In other i1
Mr. and Mrs. Dave J
Kite, of Starke, pie from exorbitant charges for rooms: Olllclals of the agricultural extension,
district. Mr. Watson's plans will died at his home September 4th, after and for food. It must safeguardtheir parts of the south which have win- division of the University of Florida,I' fighting. Bond of $5 forfeited when :'
cover this entire tract. I I ter-resort hotels to advertise heavily I called and defendants did I :
case not ,
a long illness. Mr. Kite had health by tha utmost attentionto under which meeting will ba held,I
Mr. Watson's firm, has commissions in order to catch some of the inevitable appear. t
reached the age of 37 years. He sanitary conditions of milk and stated that the estimated attendance "
covering the present time thirty I spent his boyhood in Starke and is water and food. The people who haveat 'I' overflow from Florida and thus | of 65 will probably be exceeded by at I Willie Thomas, fighting; plead J
realty developments in Florida the share in a the i guilty. Fined 3.00 and costs.Constable' .
remembered prosperity, very mag- $ \
by many of our citizens. heart the Interest of Florida looking I least 10. F. C. Mcir, S. W. F. !Mul-
total cost to approximate from sev- Besides his father, he leaves a wife to years ahead must do all in their nitude of which stagger that stato', ford and O. B. Smith al of the United I I 'a Case L'p Saturday
enty-five to one hundred million dollars. and four children to his | and might become a menace to Florida States of I Constable Jacob J. Johns will be !'; _f
mourn loss. power to suppress any spirit of profit- Department Agriculture, In '
itself. If once, by reason of the tried Saturday afturnoon in
eering by hotels, boardlnahouses and Washington, will be here, it was an mayor'scourt .
Among the local realty developments CARD OF TIIANKS stores, some of which seek to shortage of transportation facilities nounced.A. I charged with being drunk and ,'
may I
that have been designed by'ot and hotel accommodations and exjorbitant disorderly. Constablo Johns stated f
rob their .
guests and customers with- P. Spencer, assistant director of
Mr. Watson are Clearlake, Forest The I charges for rooms ( Monday that he had In his \. f}
family of the l late Mr. W H. ont regard to the effect on the future throughout the agricultural extension division, sent reslg- J '
, Hills and Jacksonville Beach. The I Perkins are deeply grateful to their of the state. the land, it would take some years and Mia: Flavia Gleason, of Tallahassee P i nation, but up until Thursday It had
feature of the work done by Mr. Wat-,, neighbors and friends for the many Even for the state to overcome that condi state home demonstration I not been officially announced.
t. Ion includes golf though a large proportion of tion. I Ii I
country kind
i attentions shown
clubs, casinos, entrances, designingof I I.I one during his long illness their and at loved the Florida's hotels are owned and man- i The people who have been making agent, have charge of the meetings.Dr. (FILLING STATION COMI'LETEDI .
aged by people from other sections. I J. V. Knapp, of the state live
Iiahtfnafixtures and other great fortunes In the sale of their ---- '
many time of his death. Themany beauti. I
improvements. Among some of the ful flowers sent for the funeral Florida and the south generally will Florida properties and the real estate I stock sanitary board In Tallahassee ""Smith's filling station, at the corner -

z larger tracts) being planned by Mr.I highly appreciated and their lovelinesswill were be discredited by every attempt atprofiterrivg' men who have reaped fortunes ih commissions and L. M. Rhodes, state marketing'. of Call and Temple, was opened 'f'fI

Watson is one at Sarasota; Ringling: ever be remembered.Mrs. entirely tgnotfng the should, without a moment's i commissioners, are also on the pro. ; Saturday for business and according' i I

Isles, of Singling Brothers Circus Linnia Perkins, Mr. fact that his Is done by people who delay In every way possible do their gram. !I to Mr. Smith, the volume of business"

comprising a group of Islands of 8,-1 R. B. Trask, Warren Perkins have gone Into Florida from the North utmost to meet the conditions of an I RAIFORO HAS RECORD I has been increasing daily. This sUtion .;

000 acres on Sarasota Bay and the! Eunice Perkins. and the West. Every evil act will be overcrowded state, which will be Inevitable NUMBER OF PRISONERS I is fully equipped for road service

Gulf of Mexico, now being connected charged against the South as though .this winter. Let the trans fof any kind, carries a full line of supI .

to the mainland by a 9,000-foot cause- I I Center Hill-Central Bank of Sum- every hotel and boarding house andevery portation interests, the bankers and There are at present 633 prisoner I plies for travelers, and in connectioni

way, as en exclusive residential development -, ter county plans j'ew three-story bank store were owned and managed the other real leaders looking Flor at the state prison farm at Raiford. i with his garage in the northern part .*

This development will I!I I structure. by Southern-bora people. ida's continued and uninterrupted this number being in excess of the'.of town, Mr. Smith is In position. to

have two country clubs, two golf Makeshift remedies In regard to progress unite in planning to overcome usual farm population during the last give prompt and efficient service.
courses, with all athletic features, I St. Aagustine::iso"dwellings( will the housing of people by the construction this menace. It I Is no longer a |five years, according to W. E. Brown,'1| The filling station would J be a credit

a Rlts-Carlton hotel, two yacht clubs, be erected in new subdivision to be of cheap buildings, thrown to- question inducing people to go to manager of the Institution, who com I to a city of ten thousand, being com.

eight public piers, and a number of openedhere. gether without regard to any facilities i Florida. The supreme question now I bined a business trip to Jacksonvillewith plete in every detail n,<.I considerably '

harbors for pleasure boats. for.comfort, or the establishmentof Is to provide means to take care of a visit to his brother, Lieut. 1 larger than stations of Its kind in
in Starke on Tuesday, September 29, tenting camps to accommodate this them and prevent their being gouged i Brown, of the local police department. 1 some cities. At night it i I. brillintly

NOTICE 1925, at 10:00: o'clock a. m. All mem- rush of people will not avail much. by conscienceless people seeking only | Crops on the 4,000 acre farm will I lighted with colored lights arranged

; ; bers are requested to come. By order Every hotel now under construction Imemdaita gains, regardless of the ,be good this season, providing badly'Ijn circuits. Wide drive way openingIon /
There will ba meeting of the J. J. of C. C. W. T. Weeks, S. F. Mor- should be rushed to completion with States' future waifs Manufactur-j.needed rain Is forthcoming', Mr. both streets makes it very convenIent -
Dickinson j
Camp No. 1817 U. C. V.. gan, Adjutant. tha utmost. speed that can be put tat ers Record. Brown stated. for automobiles to run In.

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\I r Donald J. ROM _WIll' Make Design for i WARFIELD SEEKING SPEEDY 1 In the Sam of $360,000 Will be IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT VETERANS TO MEET i Bids Asked to Hard-surface Setretch

Golf Course ACTION ON NEW DIVISION Voted On October 20th NOVEMBER FOURTH From Bronvon to New berry ..
Tuesday was the regular monthly -

Jacksonville< :;Sept. 22.-John J. Seaboard Official To Start Track- At their last regular meeting the court day for Judge Gardiner although Gainesville Preparing to Greet Old WILL T'Wi'ru

Watson, landsacpe architect and Laying at Early Date. Board of county commissioners of only four cases were up "f9r Heroes I .A.LACHUA COUNTY LINE

town planner of wide renown, has Union county called an election to disposal.. The balance of the case \
entered Into la' cootract with King Speedy action by the Interstate determine whether Union county were passed over until the October Gainesville, Sept. 22.-The annual Surveys Being Made for Other HlghI :\

Properties, Jn!w'a; Jacksonville real Commerce Commission on the petitionof should issue bonds In the amount of session.J. Confederate Veterans' reunion of the I sways, to Form Network. :
the Seaboard Air Line Railway state of Florida will be held In
F. Butler having moonshine in '
estate concern' for the complete re 360,000 for the of hard- -
building of Lake ,Butler, county seat for authority to conatruct approximately surfacing: and otherwise purpose Improvingthe his possession; plead guilty. Fined Gainesville on November 4, and 5,>I! Bronson, Sept. 18.-At the meeting -
100 miles of new track in FlorIda with Stonewall Camp, U. C. V., assisted .
of Union county, according to an announcement road system In that county. Data $50 and costs and 30 days in jail. of tho board of county commissioners
made by him this afternoon has been urged by President S. of the election was set for October Chris Dell, beating wife. Cost were by the local daughter of the yesterday It was decided to
at the Hotel Mason Davies Warfield, in an effort to relieve 20th. paid and charges withdrawn Confederacy, hosts All business sessions -| advertise fur bids for the building

traffic conditions brought about E, E. Trowbridge, issuing worthless will be held in the Alachua county .j and hard-surfacing the road leading
will be the keynote of Included this Issue of bonds for
Uniformity In
by unprecendented freight house. The session
shipments. chocks. Trowbridge. who is held court opening I from Bronson to Newberry, a distance
Mr. Watson's plans, he said, which improved roads !is state road No. 28 I
I Immediate authority to proceed ,1 I in Bradenton on three similar charges, will bo held on the evening of Novem lof six and one-half miles to tho
call for the development of one of running through Union county from I
with its new building program with- made good the amount of the check ber 3, when the welcome addresses Alachua county line
the most beautiful cities in Florida. I out the formality of hearings at Wash Lulu to the Bradford county line at will be delivered. Mr. L. W. Jackson '
given a Lawtey man and the chargewas I
The bids will be considered at thaI
Lake Butler Is 53 miles southwest of New River, where it will join the
ington requested by the I
was com dropped.J. adjutant, is very busy making prop.
and Is built the shore Starke-Lake Butler next meeting October 0. I
Jacksonville on I present road. I
which out that the
pany, pointed M. Fowler, petit larceny; plead arations for the entertaining of the
of lake bearing the same name. I The resolution passed at this Work ti.e Newberry end has already
a I as on
need and that Florida
was apparent notable will
I guilty Fined $GO and costs' or 60 gathering! and no stone
His plans call for a lake-side drive must have additional railway facilities session is as follows: I days. bo left unturned to make the reunionin been started by the citizens of

completely circling Lake Butler whichhe to aid in the big development1projects Be it resolved by the board of county the University City, one of the that city. The action taken by the '1
characterized as one of the most commissioners of Union county, commissioners( In gratifying %
Levy county
along Its territory and else Mr and Mrs. Charier Larsen and most delightful I and successful in the
beautiful inland bodies of water he where. :Florida, that as provided in and pursuant -I to tho residents nf Bronson andNewberry.
son, C'hailes, Jr., left Sunday for history of the lives of the great old .
has In addition to this to the of
provisions .
ever seen. Chapter
Year's Program their home in Lakeland, after spending nun who battled in the war
there will be eighteen-hole golf 11259 Laws of Florida 1025 the 'r
an under the I Although the commission has givenno I I a few days ns tho guests of Col. and the states The survey of state highway No.
to bo being 1
course, same botwoon// 19 front1.'annln Springsthrough '
Mrs D. E. Knight. : leading
intimation of its intention belief
guidance of Donald J. Ross; a large I An act authorising:: and empower-I FUNERAL OK MR. Hardeetown, Chlefland and
modern hotel on the lake shore; find was expressed n business circles here!' ing Union county, Florida, to issue i county voting! In said election, whether I II I Bronson to connect with highway No. 'I

a country club. yesterday that no delay was to be bonds for the purpose of building and or not Chapter 112.V! Laws of'| After a lingering illness, !Mr.V.. II.i 5 at Wllllston, has been completed ..

The golf course and" country club expected and that President Warfield' hard-surfacing certain roads and Florida, 102! title us above stated, 'i, Perkins passed to the !Croat beyond and the survey approved by the com
are to be a short distance from the soon would have his force at work I building, grading and improving oth-, shall bo ratified and nl'irove.1'y I'I Wednesday evening, September 16th, missioners.

lake on a part of the large tract on a schedule calling for completion! er roads in the said county; and to I said electors, and $3(10,000.00 of road ''At his home on West: Call Street surrounded
recently acquired by King Proper of the lines early next year. Thl:+l,1 i provide for a board of bond trustees bonds of Union county bo Issued as I by his devoted family. hide for the construction of this

ties. More than 7,000 acres, Including it was said, would help relievo the'I and to Invest said board of trusted I:, therein provided. I| The funeral took place Thursday road will bo publicly advertised nt

I. nine-tenths of the lake frontage. crush of travel at the top of the Win- with certain power and duties, and i De it further resolved, that said afternoon from the family residence, the November meeting and begin soon

rp were Included lit the King purchase, ter season. to provide for the use and control of election shall be had and held In the and was conducted b) !Uuv.. L. W. after. 1
'I'; most of which was obtained from J.I The Seaboard recently hall sold the general road and other funds collected --I{I various precincts of said county on Klckliter, of the Baptist church Mian! The survey of road No. 3 from the!
W. Townsend president of the Far- bonds for $35,000,000: for new in said for road and ( Aluchua county line on through
bUlld-1 county the 20th day of October, A. D. 1U2i,1\ : Thclm.i Snollgrove, Mr. John Powell>
-i. mere and Dealers bank in Lake Butler ing and the demand for the bridge purposes. the the I Itronson. Otter Creek, ElUoy, Sum-
| same being third Tuesday In and Mrr.! J, F. Klcklitcr, Sr., sung
sue by Eastern bankers the I That an election shall be held In, said month. I I "Ho Know. All" and "Asleep in nor. to Cedar Key will Jwgln In a few

Complete Street System I faith of Investor. in the future growth the various precincts of the county of Adopted In regular session of tha Jesus." days be pushed to completion. It Is

\' In addition to this, Mr. Watson' and prorperity of Florida. Tho Prln-I Union to determine by a majorityvote board of county commissioners of Un- I j Mr. Perkins win born In Puctolin, I not believed that much effort will be

plan will call for a complete system cipal extension planned by the of the majority of the qualifiedfree ion county, Florida on this the 7th l Pitt County, N. C., Juno 1st, 1800, required to secure the rightofway.Many ..
I of streets and driveways in accol'd-I i board I fs from West Palm Beach to' holder electors of said Union I! day of September, A. D. 1925. I therefore, had reached the age of property owners have volunteered 'j i
Miami. The Cross State Line, open- to devote sutHulcnl land for
I sixty-five two months and sixteen
with the topographical yearn
I ance of the Lake Butler characteristics ed this year, has served as a tremen- 'I I days. lie came to Florida thirtylive tho public highways, realizing thS
dous influence in development of new great value tho rondi will add to their
In explaining what he meant years ago, and for a number of
by tory."uniformity," Mr. Watson said: ,territory, and unless there is a delay I A DANGER FLORIDA MUST : yearn posit has resided in Storko. On holdings

"It matters little how much or how in Washington, trains will be running I Jaunary 10th 189J, he wo happily I II BronHon now promises to become
into Miami over Seaboard rail with- I an active town. BeaiduH being In the ,
I.lnnio an,1'to
married Miss Warren
little money is expended in building j I in a year from the date of establishment I this union to three chllddren Intersection of roads Nos. 13 and 19,
unless uniform FACE AND : wore
I town city
a or a OVERCOMEFrom
scheme Is followed the desired beauty of service into West Palm (I born, namely: Mrs. U. B. Trnk, of the town will also have road. to New.

cannot be obtained. Especially docs Beach. ''Terra Clen; !Mr. Warren E, Perkins. berry and Hronaon and also one to
West Coast I'rofltsThe I I 1'I and Miss Eunice Perkins of I bo built from Bronaon to Woklva
this true when it come to of the Starke.j)
prove every part country to the work. Every dwelling that Springs, Lebonan, Inglis and Youkee-
styles of architecture. west coast, however, will share come reports!! of an unprecedented can bo be finished in time to help I I I The deceased! was a member of the I town to the road leading to points on

.1. "A group of Spanish homes on one in the building plans of the company, movement of people to Florida this I; care for this winter population shouldbe Baptist church and of the Woodmen I both the Kant and Wont Coasts of

Bide of the street facing a row of another : for requests are pending for a link fall and winter. Already this i* un- completed as rapidly a* possible. 'of the World l, and was known to bo Florida.

I fJi style on the other cannot add between Broksville and Inverness, M der way to such an extent that many Tens of thousands of people who go always conscientiously honest.-. Uv i
; to tho beauty of any town or locality. distance of thirty-two miles, which Florida hotels unableto i his unassuming manner and ready i I
y I are even now to Florida this winter may perhaps I 1 PECAN TREES:: SIIKDDINC: )
y: That is what will be guarded against I will give the Seaboard a loop or double \ accomodate the crowds at a season be accustomed to "roughing It" In I wit he made numbers of friend who. LEAVES: IIEI-'ORE NUTS

from the very beginning at Lake But- line between Waldo and Tampa. when Florida's population generallyit their former homes and, perchance, '', keenly regret his death. He realized fr1
The Brooksville-InVerr.cBS' line I' that the end of his lifn was fast approaching I 1 ;
ler."A at its lowest stage. Probably no they may be satisfied with the conditions I I I Thomnsville, On. Sept. 17.-An un- :
uniform style of architectual designs has been needed and Mr. Warfield I! and was resigned and roudy
Jf economic state development In this they find. But hundreds of usual feature of the pecan' crop around ; :
will be followed throughout, de some years ago saw the IIIPortance'l! country has ever attracted such wide- thousand. of men and women, accustomed I I for the great event. I I hero this season Is tho fact that the
,,',Iveloplng what I sincerely expect toi of constructing it. talk and discussion is I Besides the choice flowers sent r
spread as now to tho best that can be had, leaven of the UUOH lire fulling ahead, "
be one: of the show spots of Florida. will serve different to-vns and cities occuring in every part of the land- will be in Florida and unless they I|I by many friend, there were beautiful of the nuts. It is usually tho case '

Donald Ron' Plans Course it will be possible to divert through I in public, in private and in the press I can find satisfactory accommodations :!''I floral plecui" from the Woodmen of I that the leaven do not full until practically ,

Donald Ross, known the world over passenger traffic and freight shipments --as that which Florida Is at present nuiny of them will leave the state in the World. Baptist Missionary So- the whole crop is gathered, '

I i in golf circles, is associated with Mr. in rush times which will prove j commenting. All of this means that disgust and will carry to their homes :;,I cicty and the Faculty of tho Brad- but many trees ore neon now that are

Watson and already !is making! plans of decided value to the patron and this winter Florida will have hun-| endless denunciations of Florida' ho- I I|I forn. County nigh SchooL I i almost bare of the leaves, but with

for laying out the Lake Butler course the public. I dreds of thousands of people more tel facilities, to the injury of tho state I I I I The Interment was at Crosby cemetery tho nuts hanging on, fow, if any, 1
Eventually it is believed the Seaboard than it ever had before to take !Iin coming and the services at the grave "
'J With such a large tract to select from care years. I II having dropped. This suiUtion Is
'f he said the course should be classed I will extend its line to Fort My of. I I The highways now under construe- 1|'I were impressively conducted by the caused Ly thu very dry hot weather

', among the best In the country. ers, and through one of the richest Railroads will be taxed far beyond'' tion in that state should bo pushed I II ', local camp of Woodmen of the World, and IM so unusual that It has "tI .
sections of the following members of that order :i
the West
,J i' Shortly.after making the purchase, Coast. their capacity in carrying tourists I to completion as rapidly as it is posi I i I I tracted attention. September Is often .
officials New York bankers, accustomed to i! sible to do so, and all detours should acting as pallbearers: F. G. lIe"llnll-1: month In title section but :
-0; of King Properties announced and others into Florida, and In the I i I II a dry ,
q<, that construction on a large number see big things undertaken by Mr. spring carrying them out of Florida. I W.
Thomas and
Walter Silcox
Warfield have declared Henry
take of that his build- I motorng. Fortunate] the sate road i heat that hurt -
of cottages to care the: The highways will be black with I unprecedented prevailed .
'winter Infux into Florida would get Ing program is the best possible eVI- Florida-bound autos from the cheap.I department, under new management, E. Thornton. DeWitt C. Jones, undertaker this month and that has probably had it i

'i under way within the near future. dence of the continued developmentin !est to the costliest; steamship line appears' to be putting forth herculean In charge. II i iI More to co with condition; than the t :

Work will start on these just as soon Florida, inasmuch as railroad fi. are already booking Florida passengers -I efforts to accomplish this. i I II I Among the out town persons attending ''i'rout.1.I Tile few nuts thrt have Ill:.. ,

{ a* Mr. Watson lay out his plans, it Uaid. I financing I must be figured, not for the for next Januray. Hotel accommodations -I Upon the way In which Florida i I tho funeral were Charlie D'I i Itn; 090111' very: fine oral full of meat .t t tI
present, but as a permanent proposi- 1! meet the situation this winter Perkins of Lake City; R. E. Daniel
will be wholly inadequate will and i not rffactoi by the! fnlcns. of .he ;
s tion. and of Interluchen and Mrs.!
1 family' ,
Likewise, according to them, construction to take care of the dumber of peo depend much of its continued progress! Trunk ; :I I leaves. 4
of the hotel will get underway Governor Martin and many organizations pie who will want to spend a portion during the coming years. Indeed, the 1I i I K. H. of Terra Clea.

as soon as possible as will that of in Florida have!' backed the of the winter in that state. I i reputation of the whole South will, I': I I I IN !MAYOR'S COURT : i iI
the country club and golf.course. appeal to the Interestate Commerce I to some extent, be at stake by the 'COUNTY | '
These condition
Owen A. Wood, oil promoter of Commission for immediate authorityto ida face its critical mean that Flor-It way in which Florida handles these'II i SESSION AT GAINESVILLE I I John Grlffis, driving automobile j jI

the west who became famous when begin construction, whch they con- must most in period. I problems this fall and winter, for no'|' Gainesville, Sept. 22.-County and I I while intoxicated; plead) gultly. Fined : 1 1I

he brought in the largest oil well !1\ tend is Imperative. by rushing prepare to completion every way hotel possible and i one stale in the South can be cut off '1I home demonstration agents from ani|I $25 and costs. ;

the Mexica, Texas field, also !is interested DAVE KITE. JR. apartment houses now under con- I| entirely from its Influence In the reputation '' parts of Florida began arriving here 'I I I/cm CJoodwine, driving automobile
in the Lake Butler project. He of all other Southern states. while drunk; plead guilty. Fined $10
struction in order to take care of the early today to attend their annu." '
and King Properties together control Dave Kite, Jr., of Cortez, a son of crowd It must safeguard these I i In the meantime it behooves the 'II meeting at the University of Jo'lorltll.\|i I and coats. i :
approximately 10,000 acre in that peo-1 I railroads and towns and cities In oth- \! Vaaco Forsyth and Chan. Toreulla, :
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kite, of Stark, pie from exorbitant charges for room. | Oflicials of the agricult-rai extension Ii I
district. Mr. Watson'* plan will er part of the south which have win- fighting. Bond of f5 forfeited when
died at his home September 4th, after and for food. It must safeguardtheir ; i division of the University of Jo'Iorid",1und"r I
cover this entire tract. j I ter-resort hotels to advertise heavily I case culled and defendants did not
a long Mr. Kite had health by the utmost attentionto which meeting will be held, '
Mr. Watson's firm has commissions reached the age of 37 years. lIe sanitary conditions of milk and in order to catch some of the Inevlt-I| stated that the estimated attendance appear.
covering at the present time thirty I bill : able overflow from Florida | Willie Thomas, fighting; plead
pent boyhood In Starke and ia water and food. The people who have of 60 will probably be exceeded by at1
:# realty developments in Florida, the 'remembered share in a prosperity, the I guilty. Fined $5,00 and costs.Constable's .
by many of our citizens. at heart the Interest of Florida look-I I very mag- ,least 10. F. C. Heir, S. W. F. Mul-
I: total cost to approximate from sev Beside his father, he leave a wife ing to years ahead must do all In their'I nitude of which stagger that .tatlt ford and O. B. Smith, al of the United Case L'p Saturday

enty-five to one hundred million' dollar and four children to mourn his loa. power to suppress any spirit of profit. ': and might become a menace to Florida States! Department of Agriculture, In Conntable Jacob J. Johns will be
*. itself. If once, by reason of the tried Saturday afternoon In mayor'
eering by hotel., boarding house and Washington, will be bore, it was
Among the local realty development CARD OF THANKS stores, some of which seek torob shortage of transportation facilities i nounced.A. al'l I I court, charged with being drunk and
that have been designed by : may and hotel accommodation and exorbitant .1 dieordm'ly. Constable John stated
their guests and customer with P. Spencer, assistant director of I
:Mr. Watson are Clearlake, Forest The family 0"f"U the late Mr. W. II. out regard to the effect on the futureof charges for room throughout the agricultural extension division | Monday that he had sent In his reslg1 .

Hills and Jacksonville Beach. TIle II Perkins are deeply grateful to their the state.Even the land, it would take some years and Mias Flavia Cleason, of Tails1i 1 I nation, but up until Thursday, It had

feature of the work done by Mr. Watson -I neighbors and friends for the many for the state to overcome that condi i hassco, state home demonstration I[I not been officially announced.
a large proportion of
includes golf courses, country kind attention shown their tion. ,I I I
loved Florida' I agent have charge of the meetings.
club casinos entrances I I hotel are owned and man The people who have been I FILLING I STATION COMPLETEDSmith's
designing one during his long illness and at the aged by people from other sections. making i Dr. J. V. Knapp, of the state livestock
of lighting fixtures and other great fortune In the sale of their -
many time of his death. The.many beautiful ,
: | board In Tallahassee
Florida sanitary
and the south
i improvements. Among some of the flowers sent for the funeral generally will Florida properties and the real estate I filling station, at the corner .
were and L. Rhodes '
be M.
discredited state marketing'commissioners
larger tract being planned by Mr. highly appreciated and their lovelinesswill by every attempt at men who have reaped fortune ih commission 1 I of Call and Temple, was opened
pTofltcerUur.' entirely Ignoring the should 'i: are also on the pro. Saturday for business and according
Watson without
i I. one at Sarasota; Ringling ever be remembered. a moment's
Isle fact that his I I. done by people who delay, in gram. I I'RAIFORD to Mr. Smith the volume of business" 1
of Ringling Brothers Circus, Mrs. Linnle Perkins, Mrs.R. every way possible do their I
comprising a group of Island of 6- B. Trask, Warren Perkins have gone into Florida from the North utmost to meet the conditions of an I'I HAS RECORD I has been Increasing daily. This sU1 .
000 and the West. Every evil act will be overcrowded state which 1 I tlon is fully equipped for road service
acre on Sarasota Bay and the Eunice Perkins. will be inevitable NUMBER OF PRISONERS -
Gulf of Mexico, now being connectedto charged against the South a. though *this winter. Let the transportation f of any kind, carries a full line of sup-

the mainland by a 9,000-foot causeway I Center Hill-Central Bank of Sum- every hotel and boarding house and Interests, the bankers and There are at present 635 prisoner I piles for travelers, and in connection

a* an exclusive residential de- tee county plans. iew three-story bank every tare were owned and managed the other real leaders looking to Flor at the state prison farm at Raiford, 'I with his garage In the northern part

velopmenL This development will structure. Southern-bom people. ida' continued and uninterrupted I i I this number being in excess of the I of town, Mr. Smith i I. in position to

have two country club., two golf Makeshift remedies In regard to progress unite In planning to overcome |,1 usual farm population during the last give prompt and efficient service.

course, with all athletic features,I St. Auguatlna-150 dwellings will the housing of people by the construction this menace. It I I. no longer a I I five years, according to W. E. Brown, !j I I The filling station would< be a credit

a Rltx-Carlton hotel, two yacht club, be erected in new subdivision to be of cheap building, thrown to. question of Inducing people to go to ,, manager of the Institution, who comI ( to a city of ten thousand, being complete

eight public piers, and a number of gether without regard to any facili Florida. The supreme question now ,I bined I a business trip to Jacksonville in every detail ind considerably
harbor for pleasure boat ties for.comfort or the establishment Is to provide means to take care of,I with a visit to his brother, Lieut. 1 larger than station* of its kind In t
in Starke on Tuesday September 29, of tenting camp. to accommodate this them and prevent their being gougedby I I Brown, of the I local police department. '1 some cities. At night it i I. brilllntly '

NOTICE 1925, at 10:00: o'clock a. m. All member 'rush of people will not avail much. conscienceless: people seeking only ,|I Crops on the 4,000 acre farm will 'Ilighted with colored lights arranged

are requested to come. By or. Every hotel now under construction imemdaite gains, regard of the be good this season, providing badly I Ijn circuits. Wide drive way opening/
There will be ;;meeting of the J. J. der of C. C. W. T. Week, S. F. Morgan should be rushed to completion with States' future welfare.-Manufacturer I[needed rain Is forthcoming, Mr.I(Ion both street makes it very eon- 1

Dickinson Camp No. 1617 U. C. V.. Adjutant. the utmost_ speed that can be put i in*' Record. 'Brown stated. venlent for automobile. In. r

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A LAUGH OR TWO tion of new Y. M. C. A. building. MINUTES OF SCHOOL BOARD not living. their 10.1... drvbec. (rantacc, or From Comptroller, alegraph tax .w.-e .....
other partial' claiming. Interval under ancbpartlea From Comptroller, *xpr*** tax S8.8S
Seaboard Air Line RailwayCo. above named or otbcrwla. aa shall bedeeeaaed. From Abstract Co. rent __ 10.00
Twenty Years Ago Miami- Starke, Sept., 7, 1928..-Board met In the following land In Brad. From Dank Interest .. I 108.8 S.I1I.74DISBtJBSUIBNTS
They quarreled and at last ha cried, ., planning to extend line from In regular session with all members ford County Florida

In accent of despair. West Palm Beach to Florida City. viz L. W. Klckliter M. WV4\ of NWV4 and NW14 of NB14 and EH!:\ Making mans _.k____._._ .- ._ I.T29.U
present : G.
of NE% of NBU of _tron. S6t. and MM\ FOR THE SIX MONTHS
1 "'I wish that I could see your side"The ;;; Inman, and J. A. Wasdln. of SWH\ of NWU\ of Section SB all In Twp.
Pensacola No. 1 from this Salary of clerk' of the Irenlt. court a* county auditor and
maiden shrieked ha replied 6, Booth Ranga 12 E.." do appear to the
as Minutes
of last meeting read and clerk to lIOunt1eomm"'lo..ra" -_ ... V80.00
the complainant' bill of filed herein
Escambia will be complaint
to bridge
I bareEx.A place Commissioners Z8IJO
"That's more than can approved. in Burke. Florida at the Court House, on Per diem and mileage. of -
? paved. Monday the 12th day of October 182. and 1'.1of Sheriff for attendance on County; : Commissioner. 80.00
Return Trip T7ie following widows were granted that thla order be published once a week In Salaries of Other Officer* and Employe

r to look Winter Haven-North and east pensions; Louana Griffis, $12.00; Leah four oomecutlv weekly fcaue of the Stark Attorney for County Coinmlssleonr' _. ... 18.78
Motorist: "Hey you ought In aald Supervisor of lUglstratlon .... i... .. 122.1
Telegraph a nawapaper publUhed
+ out"Victim shores of Lake Ebert undergoing extensive Hicks, $14.00; Belle Thomas, $3.00; Starke. Florida Fornttar fort
improvement. Nellie Jones $10.00 Mrs. J. R. Groo- Given under bend and official cal this ... ... 111.IT
: "Wassa matter, you gonna ; 8th of my U 2 Jail j _- ................--.-.. 4.00
I day September.
back npT"-Lafayette Lyre.E Quincy-Three and half carloads vel', $11.00; Della Thomas $9.00; Ruby 0. :;. ALDERMAN: Elpenie of County: Boiidinp I
Green, $9.00; Nettle Bennett, $14.00; Clerk Circuit. Court. Brad- Janitors and Other Attendant I 110.00
the la Bad sweet potatoes shipped from here to (Seal) ford County. Florida.B. Light Fuel and water U .1S
E date. Two petitions were received from O. Baxter Insurance ....w.-- ...01

t Disconsolate One: "I wish I Were Lawtey, one asking T. I.. Wainwrightand Solicitor. for Compl.ln.n111110_ -'. Car .,1 Ceantv Peer .J.
dead" Allowance. mad to pauper ... of poet bese. sad paid
West Palm Beach-Proposed additions > one for B. Perkins to be appointed NOTICE TO APPBABIn Honsc and Paid by w..ta.. 1.081.71Coro"

1d Consoler: "Why. can't you marry to Good Samaritan hospital trustee of Lawtey; school. Mr. Wainwright ..'* luquaatai I

her-or did you?"-Newark to cost $128,00PensacolaPlana. having noted his desire to Clrealt Court Hghtk: Iidtdal Circuit. Feea of 0111........ Juror and Witnesses .-.,- 10."*

Dispatch. be left out, Mr. Perkins was ap Bradferd. A. Colllna Ceanty.and: Florida B. B.,Wright.. CaaaeeryiQ. Insanity. InqulrleatFee* of Officer and Committee ....u..+, .. 48.80 f

I. preparing for pointed. Complainant. Statlnery and Proust, t

In Y. Good Old Day*. constructing twenty-four new bungalows v* Bin to Bamov* Cloud, eta General Stationery Blank, eta I IIUa
Squire-"Did send for me my The following: bills were audited Edwin al. Advertising required by law and paid for by: Couat1.01.81
you In East Pensacola Heights. and ordered paid: It :.dZfm: th. allegation. of the Commissions. Paid to Of fleet*i i
( lord sworn till filed. In the above. Mated cause that Tag Assessor ""':" 1.0S8.8S
Lancelot-"Yes make haste Bring Wauchula-Preliminary plans made FROM LAWTBY BOND the resldenccc and *.ge* of the defendant """. Tax Collector ___ .S....
B. W. tee ool. ___ 18)4 wit Edwin: Andrew Jan B. Andrews, hi* Sheriff. General Court work r -...- .-. J88.1I1
me the can opener; I've a flea In my for new $160,000 Hardee county FROM STARES! BOND wife l NW"IIr.-t John B. Fisher. Charle I N.Fisher Clerk Circuit. Court. Recording and general court _..1raO.80
knight clothe*."-Obermayer Bulletin. court house. E. W. Hayea. Com tax eoL __ 12.00 ; Heafford Sarah A. Heaf- Expertise!: of General Election III....
41 E. W. Havea. refund .__. 44.84 ford. hla wife i Richard Paddy. Charlotte ... Contingencies __ _.__ S841S ......11
FROM GENERAL FUND I Puddy. Otis wife William a Ladd ere all un

AND THEN Clearwater-New municipal recreation J. W. Margon. duck _____ 1400 known and that there la no person In tile Leaving balance ... ..,,. ...... .. .... "8.1'
y "I read an account of a man who pier to cost $681,660. Lda Bauer, making. track top* .j,.,, 7.90 state of Florid. the service af aubpoenn upon Dr. Script certified not presentedLeaving .- 10.01
Jonas Lumber Co. Ibr. for trucks ._ 14.I* whom would bind said defendant that It I is

slept past the tme for his wedding""That's ttalneavllle Planing. mat coffin eo. lam 14.12 believed I dT.ntn Complainants that th* said balance __._.... .. SS8.VO
nothing. Lots of men don't i Tampa-Twelve out-of-town manufacturing H. a w. B. Draw Co. office sup. .-.- '.78 named whose residences and area Cr. Serplt artlflea. presented ._. ".01
and jobbing companies purchase Jonas Hwd. Co.. bolti ..... 16.41 are unknown to complainant are InterestedIn
wake up until after marriage. -Los the Involved la this! suit and thatcomplalnanta
railroad L. W. Klcklltar. board service 4.10 property Net balance March (1st. 1828 __ i... ,(,.*.
3,880 feet frontaK'IJhere. dMa not know and has not been
Angeles Times. J. A. Wsiclln, board aervlee _._._ 10 Warrant outstanding March (1st. 1828 ......... 8.00
able to ascertain whether ..n1.ald known
G. M. Inmsn board service __..._.._ 4.00
Laura Jovner. Teaching. ., ....,.. 60.00Mary defendants are dead or alive) and that It I* 6.90
A Long Story I DepMltorjDeposltory balance, March list 1928
believed by eeanplslnsjits In said aworn billth.t
Winter Haven This place to have Carroway. ?__ ....-.,. 80.00 .
wife Harold Klnehlo, do ___ ___.. 7900 ther la a person or are persona Interest.ed
Bones "What did
your say ?
: Involved FUNDDepository
the property In such suit
large business block. _
new Agne* Joyncr do _._ _-ir.-... 60.00
t about your being out so late the other C. H. Williams do ____________ 12U.OO whose name or names and age or agea. .
whose .
and balance OohI. unknown .
to aomplaln- ,
Ruble _________ 1821---t 148.01
? Frailer, do __. 5000
nights auditorium to build ante Therefore It I. ordered that the said .
Outstanding warrants, Oct. lit, 1924 .1.19
B. _____ _
W Hall do __ ___._ 178.00 known defendants who heretofore named
Jonea-"Don't ask me yet. When modem swimming pool, and Mn. B. Perkins, do _______._..__.-. 80.00vfra. In this. order If living are and If dead, all ..
par- Net balance Oct. 1924 .... .
he with the O A. ______. .. 1st. 881.11
gets through subject, pave all unpaved streets. Anderson do ._ 60 00 tin claiming Interest under the said known
111 condense if for J01/o.' very, do ____........___-.,-___ 60.00 and named. defendants aforsald. deceased RECEIPTS FOR THE BIZ MONTHBl
I yon. -Exchange.Pratctice Air Line Railway Laura Wynn do .......______?__ 60.COMra or otherwise. and that all persona whomsoever From Tax Collector, taxes __...-_... +.... .I. 811."
Stuart-Seaboard Mse Welle, do ..__'" _rn__,_ _? IS,00 whose name or name are alleged to be From Comptroller, redemptions &1.1'
Makes Perfect to construct four-mile spur track J. P. Collnr, truck work .. 10.SQ and ara unknown to complainant that may From Comptroller, railroad tax _...........,s,_ 28.47
from Warfield to this L. W. Klckliter. .. p ___ 8.00 be or are Interested In the property InvolvedIn From Sheriff fines ..._.....w,. --- 1.K97.B4
t ) A barber reported to work two place. Wiggins, help. mm. _____ 8.00 this I suit described From O. L Fond, transfer _....... .... 1.000.00 MlS.t
hours late."What'l. O. W. Barry, tramp. _________ 0.00 being In Bradford u:1.foPii' : '
idea DeLand-Plans forming for con- A. L. Green tran.". ____.___ 80.00 The Southeast quarter of the Northeast Making. balance .701.80
the '
big demandedthe structing 300-room resort hotel adjoining Nettle ClovorsrtUe. tramp. .......... 1600 quarter of Section 25 Twp. 4 Seth Rang. DISBURSEMENTS! FOR THE BIZ MONTHS
boss. H. R. Wiggins. ...1. ___ 200.00 22 East containing 40, ors more or I lee*. Cost *f Criminal PrssscuUen
: country club gof course. H. B. Wiggins, Inolrf ______ ___ 12.80 Also the following described property Involved
"I'm sorry, replied the barber, FROM BUB.w In this cult decoribed aa follow: lying Sheriff and deputise, eost" of Bills In CriminalConatablea. .
.,S "but while I was shaving I talked myself Tampa-Kentucky syndicate purchases G... Tyson repair. 8 1.18 and being. In Clay County. Florida Tb Clerk of the. coat criminal bills. In court criminal of record 0 ease, scsI blUe In 88.18

Into hair lIam King, repalre. I ____ 7.60 Northw..t Quarter. of the Northwest quarterof ____
shampoo cut and criminal ..
mascage. 26,000 acres Polk county ridge N Section 17 Township 5. South R.oge28.. sees. (.M
I C. % Cooper, repalra. 8 ___ 5600
County Judge, cost bill In __
criminal .
-Good Hardware land for 2500000. P. B. Chase repair 17 4." East, containing. 40 aerea more or tea*. eases 82BB7.SS
Be. and they are hereby required to appear .Ju.Uc.ol the Peace, eost bills In criminal ***** _
Dorothy Patton teaching, SAllea ___ 6600
Witnm fs ____
to th. Bill of Complaint. filed In said canoe "'.80
Good Prospect Plant City-New addition to lo T, Bans Patton, teaching teaching.. 10 9 80.00 85,00J. on or before Monday the 8th day of Court stenographer In Insolvency ease -...(_ 17.10

"What's tickling Hickey so'" built to Ilillsborough county agricultural .ell* S"..... teaehlnit. 10 ...._ 80,00 A. D.. 1828) otherwise the allegations I 0:0:1: .: Sheriff. commission on Fines, etc.. collected ........-a I tt.ltcounty
Bill Feeding .._ _
L. H. Futch. will b* taken aa confessed by the de prisonert. _- ? 118.0'
teaching. 11 __ 0,00
"A bootlegger offered him school. .
a com fendant .1of Juror In criminal
i ieonrta sass. and juvtlcc peas
Mm. L. H. Futch, _
teaching. 11 8000
mission for new customers ao Hickey I It I* further ordered that this order ... publlahed TtO
Ralph Carmlehael. teaching.. 11 1080Q
one each week for four conaecutlv* Guard at Jail __._. .... 140.00
Ocala-New eight-story community; ___ .
by of Joke him the Membership 0111. Hague teaching.. 11 '0,00
way a gave Joesl week. In th* Bradford County Telegraph.' anew.ppar Contigeneieo -.-. as.n S.17S.1S
MeGroder. teaching. ISr. __ 100oq
hotel under construction. published In Bradford County.
roster of thQ Civic Enforcement -
Dry J. W. .
Morgan erayon 10F. ISO Florida. and also published each week
once ; .; balance ....... 1,626.67
.. League""Well J. W. Morgan Book., 11 -__ 555J. for four consecutive weeks' Connty Dr. Script
'(" ?" r. W. Morgan crayon, 15 __ 110 Times, ncwspsper i.l.I'J1I"f.: ': Clay certifiedCr. not prsssntcdLeaving I .. silor .
1.' W. Morgan. crayon. 0 ___ 1,00 County, Florida. -
"Today Hickey got a commission J. W Morgan crayon, It .......... 1.00A. Thla the let day of Srpt.A. D. 1958. Laving. balance -____.. .. U88.81
Script certified not presented _. __ ... .
check for WRlGLEYSAFTER McRae. teaching. 18 ?._?-_ 10800t. to ALDERMAN
$560. -Pennsylvania Reg- : W Morgan crayon 13 _.....?..... S 00J. Clerk of Circuit Conrt. .y- -
later. r. W. Morgan ...pon. 6 -.--__, 1.00 By C. A. KNIGHTJ. Net balance. March (1st. 1925 ___... 1.11.81
J I. W White and con. crayon. IS. _, .90 Joput1C1erIr.. Warrants outstanding March. list 1928Depository 111.01
J.' W. White and aon. Crayon broom.* B R9 L. FBA2EB '
.. Lhr. Co., lumber S _____. 131.m Solicitor for Complainant4BtlO-* balance. March. 8Ist, 1925 ..r.- 1.J8..I7
FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUS- J. W. Morgan, crayon, 18,. 800
1.: W. =::.n; .. ROAD FUND
H. (J: Maun shads. IT ..- 280
. . dH-EVERY H. Q. Melon pump. 12 -_ 818 Delto" bal.oOo 0.t. let 11124 .8..1S
Miami-$1,600,000( combined office l C. B. Kelley cleaning. ..0..... 14.. 180 Hereby notice'' I l. tlven that L H. Hill I purchaser Outstanding warrant. Oct. lot, 1924 ___ .11
: I W. H. Thornton, cleaning. bo..... 8_ 19,80 of tax certificates. numbered 61 and M
building and cathedral to be constructed Rli MEAL D. C. Ion... moP. ._,_____..?__._ 179 Issued by the tax collector of Bradford _IY'. Net balance Oct. lot, 1924 ____ __, 171."
D. C, Jonec, brom., 13 ... 180 Florida. Said certificate being dated July tad RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHleFrom
D. C. Ion... broomc. B, ..-. ?,. t,80 1923, and have filed said certificate: In my Comptroller redemption ..... ,.-.--, 411.11
Tavares ake D. O. Jonaa. lock., _..... ,.. ,. 1.80 office and hays made application for tax .
., -. county to let; $2- affords D. C. Jonec. paint. 17. _..- .., ., 178 deed to Issue In accordance with law. Making balance _
000,000 worth of road and bridge contracts E. W. Hays, refund. 0 _..... 4780B. Said certificates respectively embrace the HPIBTJRBBMENTa' : FOR SIX MONTHS, NODe
during September. 2\i.: benefit as well W. Han refund 18 _____ 11,08 fallowing land In Bradford County Florida E6We.Mfwea''..*,ir* J .. .,
::-... E. W. H.1/.. .0.... tax col.' 1, 5.54 assessed at the date of the Issuance of such Leaving. balance _____ 1.011.118
as pleasure. !E. W. Hayea, com. tax eol. 2, 42.1& certificates In the names respectively herein Dr. Script certified not presented .... '.'1
{ Palmetto-New $125,000 apartment B. W. Hayea, tax soL 5 ".10
Healthful eom. after particularly let forth to-wltl '. I
house to be constructed on North __rei.. for the teeth E!1. W. Hayec, com tax coL 4 '.80 Certificate No. II embraoea B.... at North. Depository balance March 81,0. 1925 1p1p,6j
and a spur to digestion A long H. W. Hayes, com. tax coL B __ .88 west cor. of Southwest quarter of Southwest
Main Street. lasting refreshment, soothing to E.!! W. Hayea. com. tax col 6 40,11 quarter and run E440: ft. S 78S 4-10 ft. W AGRICULTURAL FUND: .
F. W. Ha1/., 10.... tax col. 7 1.11 440 ft N 783 1-10 of
Sarasota-Construction of million nerve and stomach. F.!. W Hayea. com. tax eol.8 __ a.lI 40 seer known a* rZi.n"i: part In Wood a Depository: 1 balance. Oat lit, 1924 ...t,__. .____ 1.11

dollar wall office The Great American !!!I. W Hay,. com. tax col. 0 ....__ 1.88 lawn. S... IS, Twp. 6. South Rang M East. Outstanding .warrants, Oct. Lot, 1924 4
sea 10-story building E. W. tax !. 10 8,87
Hayec, com. en 716 ...... assessed M... Emma C. Proctor.
Sweetmeat untouched E. W s.,. Net b.I....... Oot. lot,
and 15-story hotel, practically as t com. tax 11 18.21 Certificate No. 82 embraeec Lota 88, 81. 87. 1.11
sured. by handi, full offlavor. E. W, Hayes, 110.... tax enL _....... 18.1& 88 or Southwest quarter of Southwest quarterEx. RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS I
j E.: W. Hayea, com. tax col. 18 _______ 18,8a .
E.! W. Hayea. com. tax col. 14 _____ 4.84E. a 8 lot In In 880 Northwest ft B and W by 782 8-10 ft Nand Making. balance ._----____._.______w_____..... 1.11

Palmetto-White way lights to be !. W H.".. com. tax col.. 15 ___ ',9' 15. Twp., S South Range.Cor.22 of Heat same 29 Section acre. DISBURSEMENTS.PORTHE! BIZ MONTHS
' installed all E. W Hayea, sum tax col., 16 ___ 8.18 deceased Wm.
H. Panes
on important streets. E. W Hayec. com. tax col. 11 -......_ 1,118 Unless said Depository glance March. 81st 1925 ___, 1.1.
certificate ball ba redeemed. .
E. W. Hayec, com. tax col., 18 __ lI.aoE.
Tarpon Springs- New arcade M Hairn broomr.; IS ___ ..00 according. to taw tax deed. will ,bsne thereonon WIDOWS PENSION FUND
P building Tr Debbie I'bllll"" teaching. 18 __ ao.ooP..rl the 12th day of October A. D., 1929.
being constructed. Ry
Green teaching 15Arilrn ____ 10,00 Witness my official clgnatur and seal thai Deltol7 bolaa. Oat. 1st. 1028. -... '14." ;
Brown teaching. 18, ..-_ eDOO the 10th day of September. A. D.. 1028. Outsanding' warrants, Oct. Oat 1924 ....
Orlando-City installs 700 additional Ruth Smith teaching.. 18, ..._ 80.00 O. W. ALDERMANClerk sue.
' street lights throughout city. Lllllc Andenon teaching. 18, 8D.OO Circuit Court. Brad Net b.i.ece. Oo\ 1st Ill _______ '24."
Free Wynn teaching.. 18. ? eD.OO ford County. Florida. RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS
Kettle Cloircnettla. 7 __ 8,00 By 0. A. KNIGHT
Tarpon Springs-Work begun on 0. B. Colcon 14 _. 1.11 (Sean Deputy Clerk. From Tax Collector, taxes I..,.
pump From Comptroller, redemptions .............._.
new clubhouse for Sunset Hills Country NOTICRAll J. C. Manning. brooma 8 ._ I." 9-11-St-U- From --.r I."
Club. J'. C. Manning. broo..... 0 .__... 1.80 Comptroller railroad tax ..n .. '.11 111.1

creditor, legitee and d.trlbu.nd On account of Lawtey not being an NOTICE) Making balance ______ 4'.15

Fort Pierce-This place to have all persons having. clalmc or dumanda against. accredited tenth grade school, no one .. Clrealt Court Per Bradford County: Slat DISBURSEMENTS! FOR THE BIZ MONTHBl

new million dollar hotel.BartowNtnthern he hereby cctat required of 8111 to present Malphurs their, deceased claims., and ara In the tenth grade will be requestedto .E.!:f Florida J. ... Ckaaeafy.; Allowance to widow _... .....,......._._..... ,,,_,,,,,,, _, 08.01

i demands to the undersigned, as administrator remain in said school. Dowllng.Complainant.
syndicate to of the estate of Sallle Malphurc, deceaeed i Depository balance. March Slat 1925 --I I 82.11
Frank Morgan hired to vaJams
was carry
within two year from the date of this no-
build new $500,000 hotel here. Ice: and are hereby warned that upon failure the; fifth grade and above from Pickles, et al., BUILDING FUND
to present same within said period, they will Defendant
Dunedin-Construction to be barred by law. All person Indebted to Woodlawn school to Lawtey. Anyone Bill te Culet Title sad Rmav dead Depository balance, Oct. tat 1924 -.? I 5,50
begin at said estate are requested to com Immediately going to Woodlawn school will mako I To Jeas N. Jones, hie heirs, legal, represen.tativeu Outstanding. warrant. Oct lot 1924 _, .I
once on new $100,000 school. and aettlc their cald debts. I and assigns l Drury Reddish. his helm,
Starke, Florida September 17th 192*. arrangements to go with Mr. Morgan.'' legal reprceentatlvee and assign' I James Picklee. Net balance October 1s!. 182& la8
Winter Haven-Widening of Haven J. O. FOPfKLL, lIe being required to treat all alike. heirs, legal repressntattve and assigns RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHsTFrom
Sole Administrator of the will and all unknown defendanta. their heirs, legalrepresentatrvee
Street There being further musiness Comptroller _
begun. no and assigns who claim Interest rdemptinna I 1.11
.., 9.25.55\4.534.of Sallle Malphurs. ........ an .
the board In the lands n.I -
adjourned to meet the first hereinafter described. the
Tampa-l\Iemorlal\ Highway to be Monday in October. residents of all said Greetage defendants ar* unknown Making DISBURSEMENTS" balance 1 FOR-THE SIX MONTHS I -a u.

widened to 55 feet. L. W. Klckliter Chm. Too and each of hereby r
Depository balance March.
be and before the Slst 1925 .- '
II. B. Wiggins Supt. appear judge of the Circuit .
Avon Park-Avon Park Citrus Court for the Elc-hth Judicial Circuit of Flow
Growers Association Beginning 12:01 a. m. Sept. 6th, Ida In and for Bradford County, on the 8th INDEBTEDNESS FUND
to construct trains will run as follows: West Palm Beach-$600,000 bond issue day of October A. D., 128 at the court house
(30,000 packing plant. voted, for widening Dixie Highway In said county In SUrke. Florid., to answer flepoeltory: balance. Oct. lot, 1024 .. ... 1..0.
No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa arrive a bill of complaint exhibited' In said aourt by Outstanding warrants Oct. let 1925 .
I and constructing bridges in thiscounty. B.!: J. Dowltng. r
t I I Sebring Million-dollar hotel under at Starke 11:14 p. m. I The Bradford County Telegraph, a weekly Net balance. Oo\ let, 11123 ____ I 1ps

construction at Lakewood Terrace. No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville arrive newspaper published In Stoke Bradford RECEIPTS FOB THE BIZ MONTHS

Starke 5:23: a. m. NOTICB County Florida la hereby dealgnated. aa the From Tax Collector, taxes '4S."
Tampa-Paving projects, totaling newspspcr In which this. nolle. shall b* pub From Comptroller, redemption 61.49

$80,000, awarded by city. No. 8 Jacksonville to Tampa arrive In tfce dyed Ceart af Flerlda. Clgktk JadlH.l linked for four consecutive weekly __ .... From Comptroller, railroad tax ......-.m.o." ,. 85.13 833.84
Starke 11:03 {'1..1t. la and I.. Bradford Caanty. la The following lands lying and being. li p
: m.
y a. Ch.ncery.Evallaa Town of Starke Bradford County State 01! Making balance .88'.S!
Largo-City to extend water main No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville arrive Barton sit al. Florida to-wltl DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE-----o.----------S BIZ MONTHS.
at coat of $40,000. All of that piece or parcel of bind contain.

Stark 4:25 p. m. David DonTTr. et, .1. Ing. five (&) acrea more or less and situate In I tearing balance ---_. _. .- -, ._ ...8118.82I
No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville Bill t. Qalet Title eta the West side of the Sooth half of the South. Cr transfer to fine and forfeiture fund l.toO.OO
t Dradenton-PrellmJna7 work. under arrive SUrke 9 It appearing br ewe m bill of aomplalnft west Quarter of the Northwest quarter and lathe I -- --,--- -0pw.e e -e I
r way on Manatee County's $1,- a. m. filed. In this ..... that l II la the belief of the West side of the North half of the North Depository behw. Marsh 11.1. 1021 1.888.8a
000,000 road and bridge No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key complainant that the agea and rMldeacea of sloe;: twenty-eight:: : th Southwest quarter la See-
program. arrive Starke 5:11 m. the defendant. David Donley and Mary Doaley | Townehlp 81* Soo th.. Rang* DRAINAGE FUND
p. his. wife Washington Donley, Floeelc Ma- Twat,.Iwo Cast and being bounded on tile
i Arcadia-El Dorado Park subdlvi1 Starke and WanneeNo. bell Doni." Bamnel 0. Lane, J. 0. Edl. T. W. North "1th.* lands of Hans Austin on the Truiteea balance Ootat.. 194 889

: ton opened. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m. Pitta, and Cha Roberta, if IMng. bat If sot East by Christian Street on the South by Outstanding bonds 192 1.018.14
living. their heir, davlaee. ...._. or other Call Street and on the West by Orange'
S 1 No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m. part_ claiming. Interact In the lanoa I Street and the lands sold by 0. L. Cackles Net ilrffelt. Oct. 1st. 11)14 ______.__ ta....
I; .t' Sarasota-American National Bank! Limited Trains herein deecrlbod undet each. named defsdantsor to Fernery !:dwa.... In 1880. RECEIPTS FOB THB SIX MONTHS

to build new million-dollar g.lto7 No. 7 Jacksonville to St. Petersburg ...... ... aa ahall ba deeeeaed, arc aakiuiwn | Witness my hand and the seal of said Court From Comptroller redemptions 1.01Maklnr
fcome. and .cald complalnanoi having prayed tale Ith day of September. A. D. 192*. r
due Starke 2:16 p m. for the demand order of procoac requlrliia | O. W. ALDERMAN dollolt .. __ ____ "'..81DI1811R8BII&'NTS
No. 104 St. said defendants to .P...... I I Clerk ef Circuit' Conrt 01
Clearwater Permits totaling $55I ,- Petersburg to Jackson IT IS THEREUPON ORDERED that said Bradford County Florid FOR THB BIZ MONTHS
000 issued for vllle due Starke 6:07: p. m. defendanta. David Coaler: and Mary Donley. > By: a A. KNIGHT
I, construction of five No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm his wife. W..hI._ Doalay Floeal .... (Sean Deputy Clerk\ Net Deficit. March plat 1928 ________ (880
new dwellings. bell Don ley. Samuel 0. La... J. O. Kdle. T.W. D. B. KNTCBT. Starke. Fin.f Bonds OutetaniUng. March. list, 1928 1.018.14
Beach due Starke 10:15: a. m. Pith and {'h-1I.o.--"If living. ._bill_ Solicitor for Comnlalnantllltl -"'; -; '" ;

/ '. Orlando-City's fifty.mile paving T. J. Griffin, Agent. __ __-__ __ _h _-__ _ ___ __ Tntw balaw; Marsh lut, 121 n...

C' program to cost $2,000,000.EustisAshmore REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES ASSETS AND LIABILITIES

A TONICOrove's
and Osborne to BRADFORD COUNTY MARCH 31ST, 1925
Tasteless chill Tonic

construct new three-story office buildings Energy and Vitality br restore FOR THE PERIOD ENDING MARCH 31ST 1925 .. m'
Purifying and! B.I. scab In dopoaltorr.: .n funds ... I.oo'.n

Enriching the Blood. When you feel its The following. report of ,lie Receipt and Disbursements af the Funds of Bradford County Uncollected taxs. current yar -. 1.,. ...a

Orlando.-Building permits hero strengthening Invigorating effect howit for the period ending March. Slat 1929. with the balances. and amount of warrant ontatand. Total available
see cash 5,113.17
Ins and 1
a statement the Amos and Llabllltlaa and the value of County Property other
averaging $200,000 a week. brings color to the cheeks and how than School of the said Bradford County as reported on th.* Slut day of March. 1918, by the WHS
Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Irratt Court .la hereby published under outelanding for current .xp.naeo ._. r 167.1Warrants
it the
Melbourne-Contract awarded .t Improve) appetite you will then the provision of Chapter 481 J. Act of 191*. taw of Florida.BRNRST Ocher Babintiee of every kid Vnl_ scanty 888.88
I Drainage. bond _ _ 1:011.:
/, appreciate Its true tonio value. AMOS. Comptroller. ?------------- -
$92,000 for constructing new school "-
'. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonio I* limply GENERAL FUND Total __ .108.50

'Orlando-Plans making; for erec Iron and Quinine! impended In yruix So Depositary Balance October 1st 1914 _d.| .. __ .- .4.105.811 VALUE OF COUNTY
": I pleasant even children like It. The blood Outstanding Warrants October 1st. 19.4 ... ".00 PROPERTYCourt

? Pile* Cared la 6 to 14 Day need QUININE to Purify It and IRON to Hoaa 1',110
Net Islaaee (Vrtotwr let 10f4 __ 4.118.4 :Jan __ _
Droatflsts renind mon**If PAlO OIKTMENTfaH' Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germ am RECEIPTS FOR THS) fit MONTHS n > --.and --- - 11.00.110
to our. lichU BUM. Blooding or Protradiog I Grip germ by It* sue cthenl g, Invlgor. From Tax Collector Tax 6560.17 1.100.110
File*.. Instantly i.uv Itchlna. Pua. *ad yon t Otter property of aunty 50914
CM ft .../., *lp> AM scat appl eaUue. IW6i sting Efface 60c. From Comptroller, redemptions .s.... .-.1| 10199

o. From Comptroller. railroad tax .r.-......... 401.81 Total _, ---,.,-.-,-. ","... .. .. _?

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-flowers, sb.l1I/l8lltablished/ by W. I .

Furman, formerly of Miami, on p.1 ,

Nno of Florida in Short Paragraph piece of land In the outskirts of
Oak Grenhouses are being built THE SOUTHERN SERVES THB SOUTH

,well as other work-houses essential 1

I to properi* carry on a business of this
\L Live State News;j i charactaBr Mr. Firman' states that

in .short timsv'nia nursery will be

producing enough to supply not only

Told by Our Exchanges this immediate section but will also doa
hip to the neaby-towns. Making a freight car t

Washington< statement Issued was about 154000. Lakeside Estates are Tampa-Florida threatened with a citrus:loss of from growers$8- Say bigger day's work

by the postmaster general shows that has just closed with Bryan Mack, one 000,000 to 110,000.000 on this seas-

at the end of the fiscal year June of Florida's leading/ newspaper men, son's crop through over-estimate of !

80, 1925 Florida had a total of 297 to be sales director for their propertyand the, production by government agents keeps rates downII

rural route and that during the same something big in the way of a according to officials of the Florida

year there were forty extensions: of subdivision development on Lake Citrus Exchange. The crop report Issued aka

route. New routes established in Newnan is expected. today I is at least 4,000,000 boxesIn Bayer

1925 ware thirteen. excess of the present crop Indications : Freight rates are much lower today

West Palm Beach-Musicians, motion officials of the exchange claim. siclans of
in with the
Wed Palm Beach-This city ts picture operators and stage bandsof The government estimate places the comparison prices goods

prepared to pay Its share of UO, OO the three theaters in Wed Palm crop at 19000.000 boxes,' while reports : !!! than before the war.

towards elimination of mosquitoes In Beach Stanley, Kettler and RIalto to the exchange place the totalat ,

the specially marked district it was went on strike today, and none of the not more than 15,000,000 boxes. V The large sums we have spent for improvements
announced today at city ball. Other houses attempted to open its doors, -
apportionments in the mosquito war although all had advertised Sunday Mount Dora-The county commissioners which enable us, with the loyal

are Lake Worth, $2,600; Palm Beach, programs. Tha theater at Palm Beach of Lake county have Just Bandy cooperation of our employees, to haul

910,000, Kelsey City, $2,500; and Lane was not affected, only for the reason awarded a contract to the F. G. Fowler Also
tans 12,500.TampaFor. that it was closed anyway. The Construction Company of Mount AoDlrla' : heavier trains, with a larger load per

unionized employee. there are included Dora to the Wekiva river on state taclun o car, and at a greater rate of speed..

the first time in three in the strike movement. road No. 10 at an approximate cost >

day. local officials of the SeaboardAir of $400,000. This is the main highway With the assistance of our shippers,
Line today granted permits to Tallahassee-Those seeking/ to prevent leading from Mount Dora to San- i cially

move new shipments into this terri the validation of the highwaybond ford. When this Is completed it will 'I invented we have also reduced delays in load

tory. Slight relief of the congestion issue of $1,500,000 voted by make one of the best paved roads in Ing and unloading our freight cars.
is reported by both the Seaboard and Leon county last May, have lost their the county. At the present time It is built 1
Atlantic Coast Line railroads. Serious case before Judge E. C. Love, Quincy, In his
only nine feet wide and In need of '
this All of these things help us reduce
congestion continues to prevail, of the Second judicial circuit, who has pairs. This Is the first concrete road In

due to inability of consignees to un overruled the demurrer. It is stated ,let in Lake county and the county and ,operate our costs per unit of traffic, and this {
load. that the case probably will pe takento contractors are anxious to have this I
rant tho efficiency directly benefits our
the supreme court for final decision. greater
made of the best in the
one state
West Palm Beach-Tha final wall service better service and
shippers through ;
which has been blocking
of canal mud
West Palm Beach
/ the cross state highway at Twen Tallahassee. rune A. Hathaway of the four remaining members of the moderate rates.
ty-mile Bend for six weeks, will be chairman of the State Road Department city planning board which collopscd holders a

removed tomorroy when the highway and J. L. Cresap, state two weeks
under fire has been
ago I
was temporarily closed to permit highway engineer, are due back tomorrow taken for granted and steps taken in this ; .

work Alex O. Taylor, county engineerIn following a business trip to to appoint an entire new board of sioners L 50UTNf -

charge of the work, said today. I West Florida. It is expected Dr. Hathaway eight members C. A. Bingham city ceiving Iro.hrfMnn I

T.Uahalsee-Jordan B. Royall,, will announce the successful I manager, announced today. The citymanager' nearly !
bidder on the Dixie Highway 'work
state game and fresh water commissioner [ I announcement gave rise to voters: I :
I in Dade shortly after his
county reI .
has to Gulf Cal- speculation as- to whether the remain- ed to
gone and ".
turn. The work involves )
houn counties to investigate report. approximately ling members would protest his action I .TII. ...ororfo rrro '11'" .
miles II it.
twelve from Miami to tho I or accept their dismissal. Four Fort that commercial Interests are taking 'I..t
Broward county line. In 1934 mm* large quantities of mussels and clams I others resigned previously after ad. ed In 1914 v,

from Dead lake. It Is said the shells Lakeland-This city Is In total darkness mitting they had unwittingly approved teen I -

of these bivalves are valuable for the tonight as a result of a break a plat of property without a :'I ,

manufacture of buttons. down of the electric plant after a knowing the project it outlined. dead utes by SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM

I closedown for what was thought wero
Lakeland-Sale of thS Lakeland minor Alachua-Fire of an undetermined 18-year '
repairs. Closing down at
Boy Scout camp on Crystal Lake for the origin starting about 2 o'clock this to life ; ,
noon repairs were made and --- -- --
$3,000 an acre, a total of $57,000 for I service resumed morning, completely destroyed the ; today.
7 o'clock
at but lasted '
the nineteen acres in the tract, sets anew [ fifteen minutes. plant of the Alachua Ico and Power taker by tho protection of the police. The girls Vero Beach-Contract let for erection I' +
only Again at 8 'I
valuation on the Crystal Lake o'clock Co., here, incurring a loss estimatedat had who homes are In Tarnpa, gave all of new seven-story bank building, I
lights went
i on again but for a
property.> J. T. Horney is purchaserof shorter time than before. It Is said $25,000, the majority of which 'last their testimony In written answersto
but he { of Fort questions propounded by probation ITalnos City-Tentative plans un-
the property has not yet announced the plant has been overtaxed was covered by insurance. Amongthe
his plans> ) for its develop due to the workWashingtonPresident. recently principal stockholders are R. D. docks, officers acting as interesting; witnesses der way for establishing: white way

ment. I :J. :M. Kurnof Livingston and T. B. Stringfellow. tual before Judge W. F. Way In tho system around Lake ElsieCLsaa'I..poly
had municipal court today. Both men are
: Pensacola-Thirteen hundred bales the Frisco railway today concluded Avon Park One hundred dollars
when to be held for action by the state authorities .
of cotton were produced by the Pace I the hearing before Examiner Boles of reward for arrest and conviction of gone when they complete their ;

farm in the western part of Santa the interstate commerce commission any persons violating the game and blink present sentences on the minor FINANCIAL STAFSMvirr rUNDa or COUatTTMonthly

Rosa county this season, it is stated,, involving/ the proposed extension of and fish laws was authorised by the notice. charge. -
with the gathering of most of the the Frisco system in to Pensaeola, Highlands county commissioners, it Saan.tal' ..._. II ....,...

crop. This! is said to be the heaviest Fla. No decision was announced but was announced by Clerk D. F. Can- Proposed division of Vo- County for month Ooaoral of Auguit.roodRat. 192s ,

yield of any plantation In this immediate the examiner at a later date will submit field. "The commissioners feel that Daytona- An.. 1, im ______-.__ 17.11.
his reccomendatlons to the com lusla county is expected to be present K..ilpta during month ....__....... SB7.Sf
Becton, and practically the entire our game and fish must be protectedas organ! ed before tho legislature; at the special M.buraomonto[ during. month ...... 711,Of
crop was sent or is being sent to the mission upon which decisive action one of Highland county's greatest will session in November but it has. B.I. Sopt I. IOU _______________ 1419.M .
will be taken. Vino in4
Pensacola compress to be prepared for assets," said Canfield, "and it was of I"I not been decided whether sponsors of H.I. A ait. 1. tta _____.______-__. 1077 ITKeolpto
the foreign and domestic markets. with this end In view that they have ceived during month _________7 44.51Dlbun.menta
Live Oak-A new industry this of the movement will seek to create
for during. month _....... SAO 94
taken the step." Sportsmen throughout -I Board citizens _____________...
Tallabasse was announced today city in the form of a bulb farm and one or two new counties Some Dal. Sopt.1. 1021, '010."
the county, who joined in urging club Mood Faad
at the office of the Florida rail nursery which will mean much to this torists have suggested that the countybe C.,. Aug. i. mi_____________? n'4i7tvtiolpto
road commission, that a representative community in supplying the needs of the action on the part of the commissioners -I divided in half by a line drawn '[ during. month __u_....... 45Y,1DI.hummmenta /
those who are fond of plants and are working enthusiasticallyFor ticipate from north to south, leaving DeLand [ during month .._ ;w
at the interstate commerce commission I the of and fish. I Florida 11.1. lIopI., 1941 ________u-+. 14014
protection game as the county seat of Volusla and H.lltl.c rood'
will begin a public hearing In more out of that n.'l. Aug. 1. Itit ....___.__........_ ',I'
Orlando Nov. 4 involving frieght rates Orlando-Mrs. Don C. Bass, of Cocoa creating a new county IfiivlpU during month ........
on carload shipments of fruit and COFFINS &: CASKETSAnd who was injured last night whena section bordelng on the Atlantic Dliburaomonta during' month. _, m..
11.1. 1 fuse7.51
vegetables In Florida from points bomb exploded In the automobile ocean. It has been further suggestedthat 1''...
'' other than Is said that a Fall Una ofUnJtrtaMtrt' which she was starting in that city, ager the eastern half be divided into n.,l. Aug. 1. III2S ___________..._... I7..!4 y
for with Itxnilpti. during month _.__.__._. U....
Smfplia two counties Daytona
r the one hundred and sixty-seven rail will always be lame, according to the skirts DI.hum.m.nm during month _....._
roads are Interested in the hearing, attending physicians at a local hospital route Beach, as the county seat and the 11.1. 1. 11145--------___-__ THIS

which also will be attended by members AUTOMOBILB HEARSE where she was rushed following guided other with New Smyrna as the cap C.,. Aug 1. m f>r.ln._._g..__Fund'__________ T7.ll
Florida Always on hand. TIle beat service ital. during month _____
of the railroad commie the explosion. Mrs. Bass is In the 'It..dpr
at tile lowest Hotel ........__...8 during monthU.I. u______
sion. prices Special hospital with both ankles broken and for I.- ii lt :_: ::::_:..-.=: 77.l.
attention ta telegraph or the bones in one of her heels badly having 70 PER CENT OF ONION PRICE "..... r._.. Fund
G.lnesvUle-Sale of 3,200 acres ol ders. Registered Embalmer. GOES FOR DISTRIBUTION H.l. Aug. 1. -- --- 4 IJ47KnelpU ,
crushed. She will confined there Uo.t.h
and be during ; -..::.-_:= t> ItDtabumnwnu
land between Gainesville LakeNewnan :
some time, the physician stated, and : during' month __ 477.11
I was purchased by the Lakeside than 70 cent of the price I Airltillarml' r..dam
DeWITT C. JONES It will be months before she can walk. C. R. More per
Estates which increases the holding II.'. Aug. 1. UJ5 _____._ Ill
Guard In Boston for Con- ... ..__
STARKE The sheriff of Brevard county stated paid by consumers) K lpU during month +,
{ / of the concern about 3,600 acres PI.Me of the Ul.buravmvnU during month. --
over long distance telephone thin necticut Valley onions in the season
U.I. B.PU 1. m.
in land and 1,600 of water. The -
[ morning that no motive for the placing ning 1920-21 was absorbed In handling! ------X'Pi.II1U.'
of the bomb In Mrs. Bass' car ber of a...'.... c.....,,
--- and
-- costs betwen the producer consumer Suit .( n.dd..
had been determined. He said that today and wholesale and jobbing/ I Ixnkr ...\1'. <*.* I'M .....Ug ...-...
investigation being started .I the r.Ml,... ..4 dlk.MB<... ., W
an was margins accounted for 8 per cent. funds .! Bradford for tb* _... ft
immediately. zoning Au..... 1023. .to ,.... and .nrrMt.4 ta tam '
drafted These figures are cited by the Department doss 011 my .Aaowl.d., and .Mll.f.Y. .. .

Quincy-At the regular meeting of. : of Agriculture in a discussion ) ,Ci.rh W. CIm ALIIsaliAII.e'WAL .S c._. 7..

the directors of the Gadsden count;'I i the of distribution costs in tho onion 4aA. [ '''c

: chamber of commerce, an extensive of tho / business. It Is also noted that distributing flunk bal' Bradford County B.0--nk4I.S.l.

I : publicity program was outlined In. I' terwp, agencies do not always i Bank. bal. Dank. of Btarko_________4104.ltCLKBKB
cluding both a state and natlon-wido Flo ? '
( :make a profit. In 1922 the margins REPORTftoaort
advertising campaign to be supplemented boards
I ,
by illustrated folders and book,I of country dealers handling TexasBermuda : of tho CUr .1 Ute a..1 Ceu.Ie +
aad for Bradford e....'.. Fi.nd..r
lets. The board unanimously went on. lish a onions averaged zero. These count of In... ......... for 'b. y.or IIJ4. 4a
record back not only failed to make > W. .KAY'"
\ NCHEui' as willing to its secretary ment, I ,..
to the limit on a campaign "to. l I i lations. any money out of the crop but lost : Ta Bradford CooatyCooBtr- i

) tell the world" about Gadsden county their expenses. In other recent years, To bat AugBy 1929 ___rrooor___________ 1525.51
Comfort": Cord and its rich farm lands. At this I I however the margins of country amt. ...1..__._____..___ 110."
also [ from
meeting arrangements were
dealers handling Texas Bermudas To bet Bopt I. 1121 1M
made by the directors to aid In the prison noo sad r.ndlu.To .
from 10 cent to more
of exhibits both I have ranged per tat duo Aug. I. 192S _
production for the belt.
nSW m :
You can get state fair at Jacksonville and the' than 20 per cent By ami .dleel.d i --.____._- :/

# South Florida State Fair at Tampa. I from Many factors tend to widen the Ta b.l.B.pcb JS ____.___ 19.11
I ...
Boa4 BfMga
balloon tires for
canal'' the spread between the producer price To. BaL duo Aug. lot. Hit sees?
t freight West service Palm Beach-Through between West Palm and the retail price of onions. Conn- Br ..... ...11ee"" .. ........-.. lae."

your present car Beach and :Jacksonville, via the Florida Butch length. try dealers who, assemble and ship To .... Bopt. 1. .mtTo. IaMtdw____Fund_ 15.54owwdl. Q )
who receive
East Coast Inland waterway, will onions, wholesalers bal. duo Aug. 1. IMS.By 353.71

: : without changing be a reality In the near future, Cap Taylor sell onions in carlots, jobbers who oollootod -...._...aI5,5S-

tale Fred C. Doty said today In announcing Gently supply the retail trade and other distributing To bat Sopt. 1, MCoratr_ $314

.. "f.',:" ;, ,...L .' t, application for Incorporation agencies have to ba reimbursed : aokoal 5410.5
;0# To .. duo Aog. 1, IMS
rnns.1 .> of a company to operate shallow state for expenses Incurred. They By amt ..."..... _.-.w---_ 10'11.11

'. :'
:, .w __ I Blitch charges include grading, packing 1 Pella
'. f;"-. ; ... Tpdw.L1.IuI.. .wrkdl4 To Stop a Cough Quick transportation, storage, labor, To ... duo Aag. 1. l'tt n....
.ft*,joatfr aaotngl otV take HAYES' By .... ....11ee.... 115.51 ,
eyi ifUmn. a* MM..7oar) HEALING HONEY, acough tion of display space, and commercial risk.
Wr-.As.I..aah.wMkMIN medicine which stops the cough by with To bat doo Bopt. 1. till ,
healing the Inflamed and Irritated tUsues. When dealers take a loss on one cone Total ... S.a.el .
c-/'wtCe/ 4.tws-.1$41-
.... Au.. IMtBy 111....
_Mg..ordinary...>t.5.u5rJ A box of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE St. slgnment they endeavor to recoverIt To _koL.. aoUootidTa 1.. 16.1.1.
to...,1IaII'du...-......U>.eSMITH'S SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and ious by extra profits on others. -.r
.........-. Croup HAVES'Is HEALING enclosed with every TbVs'lva and These cost factors together with tat duo Ropt._I. r IMSwuo Ion/,
Leg others vary In Importance according To bat duo Aug. 1. lint --- X4/1
should be rubbed on the chest and throat By _.. aolloouxl ___
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. In this to season and crop, business condition -

GARAGE _.n.l aced of nano' "- .... pay and numerous other Influences, Ta bal. duo Road Bopt.aad I. Ins Brldgo_ ar3
... b.1./.g.rt
< IBO' tbrooc-MiMd Ui tha of days all of which must be considered before To baL d.. Aog. IBy liD 43n.l'l
1 .OrsTr.t. IIahe ...
UTOrt &lie ..... aollootodTa .n.
\ he.hle.oo. the amount charged by any distribution -
STARKE FLA. Sou :.:=
.... In ..sad.IN both
met DI'M _....... Y..a ride agency can b. judged fair .... .... Bopt I. I a***w..fa.a- raNM5N V

askUZA11NG druggist lor HAYES' and adequate. o..0.: a- o..r. ,
L i HON from / r 1i



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I I I I 1 1 I I I I I 1 1 I i I I I Vivian Saxon, of Pompano, was a PRESBYTERIAN Tampa-New 273000* apartment]

r I visitor here Monday.Mr. hotel to be erected on :Magnolia Av -] '

l' Church Services I f! and Mrs Math Wasdin and little Sunday scnool at 10:00 o'clock a. m. nue, near Bay Shore.
I son of Sumterville, spent a few J. M. Truby superintendent. 1
: I days here last week. Pastor D. Tucker
I I has''returned at 11:00 o'clock a. m., and 7:30 p.
Corp. A. E. to
\4.I'M' I IIII II I I MM Illl 1 '-1 1 Dyad, Sixty dan after thin date, 10..."I on tbo4th
the army after a f rty-tiv"fflOs[ fur. m d.y of November 1925. I will P......,
r BAPTISTRev. I 1 lough here with his' parent 8lr. and Mid-week praver services and choir to the. Honorable Ceo. A. GarfUiwr. *M County
Judge of Bradford County, Florida
Mrs. 0.V.. Dyal. cSnTDyal'i head- practice, Wednesday at 8.00 o'clock.A ....... and final aaeounta a* nwwutor my of TOO-tho.
1C.. Stith, of Jacksonville, last will and ...,,,.nt of Emily D. Saylat.
I-hulle; SO mill 1OO I quarters are in Fort Screven, Ga. cordial invitation is extended to "
I will preach at the Baptist church next .........., and ..k. to ba dbuluirif aa inchxecutor.
We are sorry to report that Mr. all to attend the above services. ....i
Sunday.Mrs. Dryden is no better at this writing, The. the Mth day of SeptmiUr. 1025. j
Stith preached last Sundaymorning also LOUIS H. HILL
Mrs. Edd Parrish
AT THE ORANGE AND:/ FOOD SALE SATURDAY \ and evening and his congregations continues to Oviedo-This place to have electric Executor of the lot Will seaTmtam.nt
I be ill. I of Emily D. Saylaa..2SOtll20 .
BLACK TEA ROOMAt : were greatly Impressed wth light system doecaaod.
Buddy Russ and
Hugh Butler Cros
The Missionary Society of tb.3 his fine discourses, I
the Orange and< Black Tea I :Methodist church will! give a cooked I Sunday school at 10:00: a. m. Sunday.Brooker, were visitors here

Room, Mrs. O. L. Beaalcy entertained j food sale tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon Prayer meeting Wednesday evening.
for luncheon Tuesday, Mrs. J. M.I I : beginning at three o'clock, at Prof. and Mrs. Lonnie Futch spent
Mitchell and her guest, Mrs. G. :Hull's: store. Cakes, pies, sandwichesand METHODIST the week-end at their home in Law-

Lamar, of Qulncy. chicken pilau will be on sale.
Tuesday evening, Joseph Malpai Come and buy; for your Sunday dip- Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Morn B. Roberta was a visitor to Jacksonville I
w gave a dinner party for his guest, Do- ner and aso! help this working organization. ing worship and sermon by the pastor Sunday. r .r
Witt; Scott, of Sebrinjr." Misses Marl at 11:00 a. m. Mr. and IJdrs. Ellis Starling and i ;.t1eSsT
Canova and Lucille Johns being the Epworth League Sunday evening' little daughter, Evelyn, of Cooter

Invited guests.! UNION TEMPERANCE MEETING:/ at 7:30 o'clock. Preaching service at Pond, spent a few days here last a
Wednesday afternocn, Mrs. J. M. 7:43: p. m.Prayer week. wa.fw o
Brownleo president of the local U. There will be a Union Tempranco meeting and choir practice Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wasdin and

D. C., chapter, and Mrs. It. A. Week Meeting' Sunday night, October 4th, Wednesday evening at 7:45. daughter, Evelyn, of Waldo, were .
entertained the committee arranging at 7:30. It will probably! be held in Rev. C. F. Starnes, pastor of North visitors here Tuesday Morning. r
for the U. D. C. dinner to be given the Baptist church. Full announcement Walnut St. Methodist church. 109-p Ir1COLN-166

next Tuesday, The committe com will be made next week. PINE CASTLR

posed of Mrs. R. A. Weeks, chairman, HAMPTON PRESBYTERIANRegular Worked by Day '.
Mesdames O. L. Beasley, L. A. Davis, ,
Pine Castle, Sept. 25.-Mr. and,
O. L. Uaynes and W. L. Wall. servIceD will be held Sun-
Hampton, Sept. 22Mrs. S. M. .day. Sunday school at 10:00: a. m. Mrs. A. O. Hall, of Waldo, spent Sun-
Simmons of Maxville, has recently I day here with relatives.G. Read >
MRS. MIIH>I.ETO'iENTEUTAIN.:/ ; Preaching\ at 11:00 a. m., and 7:30p. at Night
En READING CIRCLE visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. m. by the pastor. W. Sheffield, A. C. Hall, and

B. Hunt. J'I I Prayer meeting at 8-00: p. m., Wed- A. O. Hall of Waldo, were visitors \
Mrs. W. E "Mid'dieton was the Mrs. II. D. May, Mrs. Archer I nesday. October 4th Is Rally Day in to Hampton Beach Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Tho money President Lincoln earned asa

charming hostess to the reading circle er, and Mrs. J. L. Williams, were the Sunday school and church.ST. F. M. Jones and daughter, Vel- rail splitter he put la bank. In later ,.
of the Methodist Missionary So business visitors to Starke last Tues I ma, of Waldo, spent several days hero
life he often referred to bU first bank
clety, on Monday afternoon, at her d ay. MARK'SSt. last week with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. ac
.r borne on West Madison Street. P. J. Pearce has had his residence Dowling. count At night he read every book h, .
church Sun-
Mrs. C. F. Starnes was the capable I supplied with electric lights. day services Mark's at Episcopal 11:00: a. m. : I Mrs. A. C. Hall and daughter, Lucille could lay his hands on.
leader I Mrs. M. E. Manaire'was business
of the study for the afternoon, a
spent one day last week with
visitor to Starke last Tuesday. Have you a bank account? i iII
she two chapters discussed being "Tho Dana Duke has recovered from hit Miss Cecile Hall, of Hampton. I
Missionary Conscience' and "Africa" Mr. Milton Black, and family, of and is :tack in schoolto I
I recent illness Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowltng and you haven't, start one with as today. f.We'li f.
After the interesting study period the Palatka, but formerly of our town ; the delight of his classmates.Rev. I family were visitors to Waldo Sat-
hostess, aassted by her daughter, have moved here this week, aand lire : and Mrs. S. S. Proctor, of Lake urday. gladly explala our simple, safe k

Miss Madge Middleton, served a refreshing comfortably located In the residence Butler, were visitors here Saturday.Mr. method of doing business. .
I Mr. and Mrs. E. L Youngblood and
owned by W. B. Hicks Church St
salad course. During the social and Mrs. P. P. Dekle had a*
period, Miss Florence Andrews W. T. Hicks left last Sunday for guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. D. I. little son, Lawton, spent one day here A bank account Is a touchdown on the '.

gave as a pleasing. Instrumental num. Gainesville, where he will take a Blume, and Monday Mr. and Mrs. S. last week with relatives. f road to the coal! of success

ber, "Rustle of Sprlnlr.HThe course at the University. W. Dubose of Worthington. the Clyde Ft. Harley Hall spent section the with week-end friends.In I

members present were: Men"dame B. L. Loflin, was a business visitorto Among the weekly visitors were
*. A. W. Anderson, C. F. Starnes, Gainesville last Tuesday. Roy and Leslie Green, Winnie Walters Collis Geo. Youngblood children May and .; na7tlpl S
of the Ft. Harley section visited
W. E. Middleton, C. L. Peek, J. W. Mrs. Triest and Mrs. Smith of Wa!. and James Parrish, of Brooker,
White, D. E. Knight, J. II. Ritch, A. do, were business visitors here this Oscar Walters, of F. Call; Steve Mrs. C. Hall Friday and afternoon. Mrs.E. Bradford County Bank
Z. Adklns, II. M. Snyder, Miss Amelia Douglass and Steve Roberts, of Guil- .
week.Mrs. L. Youngblood of Graham
Ray and Mrs. Ellen Kincheloe. Josephine Sullivan who has! ford, James Ward, Mr. end Mrs. J. R. Were S
visitors Starke Bradford CountFinancial Stronghold
to Friday.
The circle will meet the third Monday been attending the revival services, 'McLeod of Worthington. 'I
jn October with Mrs. C. F. Starnesat at Therersa, returned to her home L. G. Johnson and family were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. fowling were Established 1889 STARKE, FLA.ono..oaoc.0 .
I visitors to Starka Tuesday.
the parsonage. last Monday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. Johns, ,
Misses Reba Maxville, and Jessie Sunday. -
; MRS. WALL HOSTESS TO Williams, went to Jacksonville Beach Mrs. Barbara Dukes visited her =0. .OClOClO IOC30I xocsoio .....
MISSIONARY CIRCLE last Sunday. "* I daughter: Mrs. Steve Brannen last D IOE3gn

Mrs. Best, of Macon, Ga., is the week.
Monday afternoon the business and guest of her sinter, Mrs. J. W. Jack-I Mrs. Bella Dukes and daughter, 'I
circle meeting of the Baptist Missionary this week. I MM. Kate Williams here Wednesday
son | were -
Society wan held at the lovely Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Haynes, who have i I fishing.
:.v home Street.of Mrs. W. L. Wall, on Cherry been visiting Mr. Haynes' parents,I) W. J. Parrish and family viaite-l l II HAMPTON BEACH CASINO I

t'' The devotional service Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes, left last relatives here, Sunday.
was conducted
I Suturdiy for their home in Winter | Mr. and Mrs. Richard Glover were
by Mrs. F. A. Scott and ,
the business session Mrs. S. L. Peek Haven, where Mr. Haynes will resume week-end guests of relatives and pp
his work, as assistant postmaster i In friends here.
+ resigned as treasurer. Mrs.
that city. I I Quite a number of our citizens attended
'1 was given a rising vote of thanks and Mrs. R. A. Kennedy returned to the cemetery working at El-
appreciation for her
ficient work. A fathful and ef- her home at Macon, Ga., last Monday zy's Chapel, Friday of least week.
nominating committeewas after a visit with friends and relatives Mrs. Lizzie Green is somewhat improved
appointed, and same was instructed -
I at this writing.
to report at next meeting of B. Y. Saxon and family,of Pompano The stork was busy Sunday, bringing DANCE
society .at which
time an electionof arrived here last j 9 OD
officers will take Sunday. Theyare to Mrs. Ruby Hodges and Mrs.
place. The ladlesappointed the guests of Mrs. Saxon's mother, : Eva Thomas, each a daughter.
on this committee were: I|I Mrs. Hester E. Jones, and Mr. Sax.on's
Mesdames G. W. Anderson chairman, j brother, J. H. Saxon while here. I BROOKER '
J. M. Brownlee, Joe Edwards, Q. i
W. E.
Bennett and W. L. Wall. Plans n'l Allgood is visiting friends Brooker, Sept. 22.=E. M. and G. W.

cle.discussed for future work In the cir I and week.relatives in Boynton, Va., this i| )Hazen Florida.spent part of last week in South Every TuesdayThursday and Saturday

I A. L. Sullivan left o 0
Mrs. Wall last Thursday | Mr. and Mrs. Wall Crews of Geor-
assisted ,
Mrs.salad J.course.M. Brownlee, served by her a delicious sister., for, Vero Mrs.,Josephine after a visit Sullivan.with his mother i I here.gia, are visiting friends and relatives Nights from 8 to 12 P. M. In the finest

W. M. McKeever and who
The next meeting will be held Monday family, | Mr. and Mrs. Denby Cone, of
have from'South
of Mrs.afternoon W. J., at Epperson 3:30: at, the on South hors recently Florida have returned located here in the Sullivan here.Plant City. spent Friday and. Saturday. Dance Casino in Central Florida. '
Church U U Uo
Walnut St. Business meeting and Mrs.cottage Clover on ettle. of Street. hai I| Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen, J. J.
election of officers, aloo program. All Theresas l Morgan, S. M. Mott, and Rev. J. II. 0
recently been the of her '
women of the church guest daughter Kelley all attended chur'h'at Union Di
urged to be I
Mrs. C. R. Manaire.

present. Rev E S. Taylor, pastor of the ,i Sunday.Prof. C. II. Williams and Misses I IIOCSOZ
first Christian church, filled his
U. D. C. DINNER lar appointment here last Sunday.regu-1 I'lArdin Drown Ruth Smith and Free
Wynn, all spent Monday evening at
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. Mrs. G. V. Phillips, of Sanford, Worthington. .
,,. C., will give a dinner Tuesday, the was the truest of her parents Mr. and;i II Ie

20th fnst., at the dob house, In honorof Mrs. 0 Haynes last Sunday. 'j GRAHAM
the veterans. of the J. J. Dickison Last Thursday evening.. Sept4mher'11th. I''I I I
Camp. Tho 27th lust.. IB Mat:n.," the people our town enjoyed a Graham Sept. 25.-Mr. and Mrs. Music By
Day, but as that day falls on Sunday, spiritual treat when Rev. Ruthford'i Volley McKinney and baby spentThursday
the chapter! will /give their annual pastor of the Church of Christ i nrelatives.1 night at Sampson City with
dinner Jacksonville preached very Intpre t.I. .
on Tnecdny. The veterans .n.11 l a -
t'leir wives, t.o! Children: of the Confederacy iig a* well n* helpful lemon to an, i News was received here Saturday
tho eager and attentive audience. that Milliard Call had been Instantly
; members of the local \
U. D. C chapter and their fnmillo! lie opone.d"yjijfWrvlccs by singing killed in Miami. :Mr. Call Is well known JOHNNIE KILE fi

are invited to tho lilnn.-- "'hki'. -.."! I I with the audience, 'ho Way of the around here and we regret to hear cf
be served at 12.30::: o'clock. The Cross Leads homo." His subject was, his death.
T in charge are t'.ie: following 'I'"14 There Value in a name?" He, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal spent o 0 D

ladies: Mrs. U. A. Wco.j, chairman, lead his congregation in prayer for Sunday at Ziff.
Mro. O. 1. Beasley, Mrs. I. A. Davis I I the different churches in our town,''| Ed
v Mrs. O. L. Haynes. and !Mrs. W. also for the sick, and sin sick souls i'' Frank Parrish were visitors to Sampson I And His.
Wall 1"1 I He utel for the closing hymn "He| Sunday.
j.. I Leadeth Me." God has not empowered 'I Miss[ Lois Moody left one day last

1 this young man with pow r week Windermere, where she will
IN MEMORIAMIn I to speak, but he is blessed with a wonderful be the guest of Miss Bunie Easter- o

loving memory of our dear lath voice for rinsing His services ling. a NOVELTY DANCE ORCHESTRAA D
er, and husband. Perry Dover, who were enjoyed by all. I II. B. Brown and nephew Otis Edwin o o
died September, 25, 1922.: I Rev. T. H. Gibson, pastor of Pablo of Sampson City were here Sunday
.- Beach Baptist church, was a visitor at New River with their daughter .

Our hearts grow sad and weary here this week Rev. Gibson was pas Mrs. Lola Stokes.
As we sit and oft recall tor of the First Baptist church of Mr.of and Mrs. Adams and son John REAL Dance Orchestra

The good deeds you have done, dear' Hampton in 1921. His ability as a Starke, were here Thursday

father, I preacher and pastor can never be cur afternoon. o
We could never name them all. I passed. Mrs. C. B. Roberta is gp n
His kindness In rendering spiritual awhile in Jacksonville with relativesand
Your well-remember footsteps assistance, his pastorial visits to the friends and while there she U $IIOr : IOCXOI IOCXOC3O! locaoi IOE30Iioao

W'e listen for in vain- sick and suffering, and his abilityas taking doctor' treatment. ,
Our eyes grow dim with tear drop*, a leader tot the children and young Mr. and.l\Irs. Myrthy Byrd of Tam ._ ----

When we whisper your sweet name. folks has won for him many tetrad pa few, are visiting relatives here for a 't.... :::":,.>r ',-' '.. '," '..--: ';"- --:, '1<;'''rC. ,. ')
in our town who days.Mrs. .
are always glad to i
In' oar hearts see hl.ii. I Nona Dyal and little daughter
your memeory lingers
Sweetly, tender, dear, and true. Mrs. 0.1ayno.left last :Monday I and Miss Ruby Dyal spent the week LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith
There's not a day dear father. for Valdoeta, where she will be tho with friends at Sampson City.

That we do not think of you. guest of her daughter, :Mrs. J. Thomas I Duffy Abernathy, of Palatka
-The Dover family. and Mrs. C. P. Sasssr. ,spent last week here.
Mills Lois l Richardson, of Maxville,
Center Hill-1300,000 Improvement FIVE MILE and Roy Wasdin. of Jacksonville,
program planned by city. motored here Sunday afternoon.
Five Mile Sept. 22\lrs.: Lillian I. I* Ogden came back from Pompano PEEK REALTY COMPANYSTARKE

Dekle spent Thursday in Lake Butler Monday to spend awhile here.
Cold*,Ca4 Grip and Influenza guest cf Revs and Mrs. S. S. Proctor.T. Edwin Prevatt and Cecil Refuse ol > FLORIDA

LAXATIVE BROMO.QUININE Tablet momUM J. Dukes and P. P. Dekle, attended Hampton and Miss l Bearle Padgett,
__. Than la oaly_"Bnaio da1ca" the annual meeting. at Union spent Sunday afternoon as the guest't
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,," ,. I party at the Davis cottages :Mesdames! Stake Island. N. T-Miss Jane -11 62-100 acres 29622.! I the hide as soon as it is removed '
,'10'. L. Turner O. L. Beasley E. L. Fneulx. writes.-"1< am from the O.
Ilaynua and wife to J. F. John- from tho animal. The head part of r,
./ I Biirrs, L. Wyr.ian, L. A. Davis, J. M. West for many years from auto I suffered-Intox- on-B'.k.: 8 Hampton; BIk 7 in Hamp-1! the hide and those parts below the
Bits of LocalInformation litchell and Mrs. O. W. Lamar of Icatlon due C to ton; BIk. 13 14 16 16 17' In Wright and !, knees are worthless "or tanning. Remove
Quincy. torpid liver fuel Scandrett add. | them. .

ir constipation, tar L. A. Davis. and wife, J. T. Quigley I Hang the hide in a cool, dry place t
New Royal Society Packages system was so nnd wife to J. C. DeberoUo. -2'J acres with the hair side out for at least ,
at Sternberg's.W. badly that nay pol face 28622. two hours, to dry out the hair and prevent

Concerning Our People Basinets and was swollen to Lila Griffin et als., to J. C. DeBvrolso / I further sweating.
A. Bessent Jr. of Ft. Lauderdale -
Progre of the County and Town. several, of this weekIn twice Its natural -Tract in Sec. 20622. After taking hide down, spread out
spent days
lisa. I was continuously D. Pinholxter carefully In a cool dry place free
Starke with relatives. Mr. Bes- tired. W. and wife to Jent r'
sent Is operating a building blook weak and plant in Ft. Lauderdale the daily capacity praaaed. tad no appetite. I read D. W. Mooro and wife to A. L. Sullivan using from 3 to 5 pounds of common .
WEATHER REPORT week-end in Brooker with Miss Vir- being 1800 blocks. your TDtt's Liver Pill advertisement -3 acres 35722. \ salt, according size of hide.
ginia Weeks. aDd tried them. After a few doses I John D. Thomas and wife to W. B. Rub till salt in well. Allow hide to

Weather Report for week ending Contracts for deeds, chattel mortgage began to Improve. Tarts Pills have Saxter-40 acres 16720. remain spread out for at least two ,
Sept. 23, 1925. Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children blanks, option contracts warranty kept ioa free from a return of the Robert Mathh as guardian to Lelia'I.':I days and let salt penetrate thorough
and I feel like I new percoo.
Date MAX Mm. Free. spent the week-end in Brooker with deeds, retain title notes, turpentine Ulneasv. Am never without th m."a At :J. Hough-160 acres 2720. I ]lYe
Sept. 17.. -91 71 .00 Mr. Weeks. leases sale the W. B. Baxter and wife to W. W. Then
etc., for at all druggist.i hang tho hide, flesh aide out,
Sept. 18 93 73 .00 Telegraph office.Exquisite Baxter-40 acres 10720. in
a dry place, and allow all tho
Kerr wife A. K. anJ
19 85 74 .00 Harvey and to
Sept. New Shirts for Young Men at sonville Tuesday on business. salt and water accumulation to dry
20 83 72 .00 Bill CaranUas Lots. 5 6 BIk. C. in
'JSept. 21 87 71 .00 Sternberg's.Carr canton crepe, geor- Miss Mattie Harley of Miami, is Starke In N. J. Jones add. off an.1 hide to dry. The hide should
ite satin
Sept. and
crepe dresses at few days here at the home then obe in good conjitioa and
Sept. 23 93 73 .00 spending a M. O. Blackwell and wife to N. B. ready
Colley returned to Marguerite's Shop e, Friday of her Mr. and Mrs. A. II. for shipment. ,
2J 93 7.1 .00 Daytona parents, Estes-Tract in Sees. 12 11 10 15 It
Sept. 25th
Saturday, Sept. and 26th
Total raintall1or.week .00 Inches. Beach Tuesday after spending a week for Harley. 23 22-7-22; Tract 7723.C. I The name of the sender as well as,
This past week has been the hot- with his mother. Mrs. W. A. Colley. only $13.75. L. II. Hill was a business visitor to F. Stewart and wife to J. B. Da- that of the addressee should appear

test of the summer and tho maximumof Miss Clara Harley, of Dorchester, Starke Tuesday. nese-5 acres 25522. plainly: on tho shipping tag. If quick
97 recorded on Monday was the Maurice G. Longford spent the S. C., and Miss Mattlo Harley, of Mrs. Edna Ploughman returned J. S. Griner as exectuor Ito :J. II. handling Is desired, and with green ;
.highest of the year. Altho the dny first of the week in Live Oak attending Jacksonville, were visitors to Starke home Wednesday from Tampa where Lawrence-18 acres 12-8-23. hides ship by eXp-'s'.
temperatures have been high the to business.S. Saturday afternoon. They were she spent several weeks with rela- S. D. Wills et nls. to C*. B. Roberta It requires from SO to 40 days to

night temperatures have been from guests of Mr. and Mrs A. II. Harley, tives.Miss\ Paulino Roden visitorto -200( acre 247.20; 400 acres 24-7-20; tan a hide
two to six: degrees cooler than Jack- S. Dowling returned Tuesday af- of Lawtey, during the week. was a 8 acres 25-7.20; 10 Acres 23720.
sonville and other neaby city records ternoon from a business trip to West Jacksonville Friday.A P. B. Johns to L. L. Johns 870\ '
which have shown 78 degrees as tho Palm Beach. son was born to !Mr. and Mrs. acres 12 28 29620.G. "
coolest. Wednesday morning a car on a Louis Carter Wednesday.Miss W. Thomas et nls., to Edna B. % ,
Miss Lula B. Kern, of St. Augustine southbound through freight jumpedthe Lois Colley of Starke was Thomas-Tract 28622. IENT-A-YORh1
short distance south of
a of Miss Rebecca
a guest
left Lonson Bryant and wife to W. A.
DeWitt Scott, of Sebring, was the Tuesday after spewing: several Starke. Traffic was held up for a few Whitehead
recent guest of Joseph Malpas.N. .ysvlth her niece. Mrs. R. J. Davis. King' 50 acres 12822.
hours until the train cleared the COLUMN
crew N. has the
A. Jones, who been sec B. M. Ellerson and fifo to John
lirht of way by dumping the car in tion foreman here for the Seaboardfor .
Jr. Rev. E. A. Albert-Lots 1 2 3 In Lincoln City.
D. Wainwright, spent Sunday Dunham is making a the ditch. The wrecker arrived Wed- the past two months, left Fridayfor r
in Jacksonville. trip through Central Florida this esduy night and picked up the car. Waldo. ULITCII GIVES HINTS

week. Mrs. Irene Buljer returned to her ON HANDLING. CURING FOR SALE Genuine Missionary
P. E. Canova, Sr., and son, Paul E. ; I Strawberry plants from Salisbury,
The Sunday schoolteachers and thomslor home In Jacksonville after spending AND SHIPPING IU1>ES.
'.' Jr. Monday in Jacksonville. Special sale of beautiful
spent new of the Methodist church held several weeks with relatives. I Maryland. Leave your order early.
dresses at Marguerite's/ Shoppe. a council meeting Monday evening, Frank Green was a visitor to Jacksonville With hides selling at n very low I Ed L. Browne, Rt A, Starke 7-24-tf
, New Shoes at Sternberg's.Mr. One lot, including satin
crepes and diatusccd plans for advancing the Wednesday. price, a number of Florida farmer
. FOR SALE-Missionary: strawberry
. and canton crepes! only $10.00. and cattle raisers either tanning
Sunday school during the comingwinter B. L. Blanchard is spending a few are
and Mrs. C. N. Christy have Friday and ; plants. E. Gessner, Route 1, Box
Saturday Sept. 25th
hides themselves or having them tanned
months. The first Sunday In days with relatives in Sanford: -
gone on a motor trip to Pennsylvaniawhere I and 26th. I October Is promotion day for the on halves!: J. S. Butch, superintendent 28, Starko. ..
they will visit relatives. REALTY TRANSFERS of the State Farm at Rai- I
Ischocl, and Orphanago Day will also WANTED man single or married
I Col. J. L. Frazee spent several daysof bfJ' bscrved. All members of the ford? where a large number of hides I to work small farm. Will
Mrs.' G. W. Lamar, of Quincy, left last week in Jacksonville attending Snmeul! W. Baxter and wife to W. tanned week gives a pay t,
school some
are requested to work the every
on '
him $1.50 cash day worked. W9
Thursday after'a pleasant visit with to business. third W. Baxter-10 acres 16720. excellent hints on handling, curing per !
day of October for the benefitof
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell.I the Orphans' Home, at Benson W. W. Baxter to W. B. Baxter and shipping hides for best results, Will furnish house and fuel and a
I Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph 40 acres 16720. Carefully cut all surplus flesh from per cent of crops made. Address P.
Spring, and the amount of
sure to see the beautifulline office. made by each one will bo handed money to N. B. Estes and wife to C. E. Pink- O. Box 491, Starke. It* :,
ham-Tract in Sees. 23 24 25 26 27 34
of Fall Silks at Stump's.Rev. I
the superintendent October 4th. ,
I Mrs George Roberts, of Lawtey, 7-22; 1700 acres in Secs 30 31-7-23 in Renew Your Health FOR SALE-Missionary strawberry j t

L. L. King, who has been conducting was a f,:ueet Wednesday c? her sister- METHODIST Clay County.C. I Plants. $3.00 per thousand In slngla .
/ a meeting in Alachua, was in-law, Mr... E. L. Biggs. 0 R. Sapp and wife to Thclmn by Purification thousand lots. A. Brooke,
here Thursday visiting friends. Walnut Street, Rev. C. F. Starnos, Johns and Mamie E. Griffin-1": Starke. 0-18-2t

F. F. Clark, of Green Cove Springs pastor. Sunday school 10:00: a. m. acres in Sees. 21 22 27522. Any physician will tell you that I I

Edward Edwards, of Jacksonville, was a guest of his son, R. F. Clark Morning worship and sermon by the L. II. Hill and wife to radford Coun- "Perfect Purification of the System I I FOR SAM!-A nice young thoroughbred .
spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. A. the first of the week. pastor at 11:00 a. m. Epworth League ty Bank-25 acres 27522. is Nature's] foundation of Shetland pony. Well broken, .
Z. Adkins. 7:00: Evening worship at E. L. Griffin and wife to Lawtey
p. m. Perfect Health." Why not rid and ,gentle:: to rldo and buggy. Just
!Mis.\ George Roberts of Lawtey, 7:45: p. m. Prayer meeting and choir State Bank-40 acres 31-4-22. the thing to develop the boys. N. D. rWninwright
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs, J. W. Andrews practice Wednesday evening at 7:45.: W. L. Eugg and wife to P. B. Hunt yourself! of chronic ailments! that Sturko, Fla. 0-26tf. t
office. Jr.. r.iotorcJ to Gainesville -Lots 5 to 16, inc. DlI(. 10 in lIamton. ,,- are uiukruiii.lii! : ; your vitality t

Tuesdry.Mrs. TRAFFIC COP ATHIGU I Purify your (entire system by taking FOR RENT--Store; In northern partof
Get you Easter Lily Bulbs at Corp. SCHOOL BLOCK Mozelle Holley to Dora Alderman- a thorough oourso of Calotabs, Starke. See !Mrs. J. C. Wills. 9-
enlng's Drug Store Friday and Sat. M. E. Edwards, of Jacksonville 1-5 interest in Lots 3 4, BIk. 15, Lots -once or tw ins n week for several i 21 .3t.
urday. I Is spending the week with her At a meeting of the city council 3 4" Blc.! 16; El-2 Lots 1.2 BIk. 17; weeks-and see how Naturo reward -
parents, !Mr.\ and Mrs. William Struth I of the city of Starko held on Sept. El-2 Lob 1, 2, BIk. 18 In Starke in ,. c ith hcaltl. SEED PEANUTS'
Miss Hazel Middleton spent the ''Sr. 15th, 1025, the school authorities asked L. T. and Cos. Subdivision.Ella you )
week-end in Brooker with Miss Virginia I for regulation of traffic on tho Mae Bryan and husband to R.Lee C.llotatm arc the greatest of all N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea.

Weeks. Don't miss the dress!' sale at highway in the high school block. The Sevil-50 acres 16622. system purifiers (jet a family outs $1.00 per bushel (Four cants)
Marguerite's; Shoppe Friday and council appointed W. E. Thornton asa L. B. Simpson and wife to S. S. package: containing full directions per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Via.
New dresses in the latest Saturday, Sept. 2.>th and 26th. special policeman with instructionsto i Dowling-1-2 Interest in 80 acres 12- price 35 eta. ; trial package, II. T. BALL COMPANY. a
styles-all colors-only $10, Wonderful values at $13.75. look after traffic near the school. 621.J.. 10 cts. At any drug store. (Adv..) 1-9-tf. Lowell, Flo.
'Friday and Saturday, at Mar It was suggested that school bussesbe H. Saxon and wife to S. R. Johns20 .
guerite's Shoppe.Mrs. Mrs. M. C. Stith, of Jacksonville, required to drive inside the school acres 21-7-21.& --
is spending the week with her grounds or on side streets before un- Irving Wer haw to II. F. Stenst- We '
A. M. Darby, of Gainesville, parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brown- loading It was further suggested rean-Lots 1 2 BIk. 21 Hampton Park. :: can charge your 0I
spent the week-end here with her lee. that no parking be allowed in the Irving Wershaw to Sarah Brlggor YES HRS
husband at Kingsley Lake. school block. Details of the above' -Lots 8 to 22, Inc., Hampton Park.E. I )
!Mr.\ and Mrs. Wilbur Archer, ol are to bo worked out by the mayor and It. Claypoole and wife to O. M. Storage Battery I In U ISmith's
Dr. W. E. Middleton returned Tues- Jacksonville, are spending two weeksat the police department. Inman-20 acres 21722.
day morning from a trip to Miami Kingsley lake, occupying the G. B. Colson and wife to E. L.
and other points on the East 'coast.: Robinson cottage. LAWTEY- Stewart-Lot 8, Blk 16. Ward City Starke

Lawtey Sept. 25.-Mrs. M. E. Ed- Mrs. J. S. Kelly to E. T. Stewart- Garage
Mrs. A. C. Newman, of WinterHaven New Dress Goods at Stern wards of Starke was a visitor here Lots 3 4 BIk. 3 in Ward City.J. Fla.
spent Monday with Mrs. Herbert berg's. Wednesday. B. Furmanter and wifu to N. P.Wainwrlifht .
C. Ritch. Miss Kate Calhoun of Starke spent -20 acres in 31-5-22.
I Miss Fannie Shaw of the Florida. Saturday and Sunday here at the J. B. Blanchard and wife to M. II.
New Models in Gossard Corsets Public Health Association, was here home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Taylor.Mr. Gribblu.-10 acres 16-0-22.
and Brassieres at Stump's. Thursday attending to her work and Mrs. J. B. Dye and children D. E.; Knight and wife to Sterl

among the pupils of th, B. II. S. of Jacksonville were the guests! Courtney and Ruth Courtney-40 LIFE'S RAINY DAYS j
Mrs. R. J. Davis arid little daughUt/ Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard acres 8022.T. .
have returned from a visit in Saint New goods arriving daily at II. Harrison and wife to Nell

Augustine Stump's. :\lr.l1nd Mrs. W. T. Roberts, of Archer Hugh Rampley-Lots C, U BIk. 24 In ARE SURE TO COME .
wero visitors Sunday at the Johns Add.J. < : PI
Miss Hazel Middleton spent theI I Wonderful line of Fall Dresses home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howe. R. Turner and wifo to M. C.

!' in Silks, Crepe de Chines and B. Milton and Awbrey Savage re- Webb-22 acres 24721.
I I- Wool Flannel at Stump's. turned to their home near Suffolk, P. J. Pearce to O. Haynes-Blks.
Va,. lust wek, after spending several 15 16 17 Wright and Sea nd. roth Adit,
ORANGE AND BLACK I Jud TEA ROOM: for Hot Springs Ark, where he will T Pearce. 1). F.':. Knight 04 Special Master to
I spend a month. Mrs. Adkins ac- Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Taylor were vfa Bradford County Bank-40 acres 31 .
Menu for Sunday A. M. 522. I 1g. .
ompanled him as far as Jacksonville. Itors to Starke Saturday.
*. *. George F. Young and Otis Roden T. R. Sweat and wife to Loca C.
F. F. Stump spent the first of the were recent visitors to Hawthorne. Sweat-1-4 Interest in El-2 Lots 13
Flied Chicken week on a business trip to Leenburg, Miss Clara Harley of South Caro 5 BIk. 28, Starke. I II
Baked Ham where he conducts a large mercantile linn hall been spending a few day State Hank to J. R. Turner I
0 establishment. here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. -3 acres 33622. II I Mvz
Butter Beans H. Harley. Lulu VI. Langley to G. E. Snyder II

Cream Potatoes IIollis V. Knight and Hal :Maines Earle Roberts returned to Tulane -Tract in Sec. 23-0-22; Tract In Sees. I

of the University: of Florida. wero University in New Orleans, La., after 0 12522.
Potato and Celery Salad guests Sunday of Col.! a.ij; Mrs. D. E. spending his vacation at his home Federal Land Bank to G. T. Bob- YY
here. bitt.140 8721.
Fruit SaladRaspberry Knight. acres I
Sheriff Epperson of Starke, wa D. I. Ames and wife to G. A. andA.
Fank Carpenter, Hollia Knight, transacting business in Lawtey Wed N. Marcott-Tract in Sec. 21-6-21; "
You know how it is if umbrella the
: you
Pie Charles! Darby, Julian Canova and nesday. Tract in Sec. 25-6-21; Tract In Sec.: carry your
Orange Ice Gerald !Middleton\ who! are attendingthe R. R. Thedo motored to Hampton 24-6-21. U sure to shine; but go unprepared and you are just as

University of Florida, spent Sun- Wednesday evening. Cuba. Andreu as Guardian to L. A. sure to get a drenching.So .
Ice TeaCoffe" day here at home. Edward and Laurie Edwards, of Davis-40 62-100 acres 29622.
Jacksonville, visited relatives here :J. W. Turner a. Guardian to L. A. it is with life; the man who makes provision for

Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Holstein Mr. Sunday. Davis-40 62-100 acres 20622. the morrow never seems to get in difficulties, and YOU o :
and Mrs. C. D. Holstein, of Gainesville Otis Roden was a visitor to Jack Emma Lee Livingston: and husband
call him lucky. But this I is not luck for his forethought hat
Sunday 6:30 who have just returned from a to B. F. Florrld-2 1-10 acres 30722.
... .Evening- : trip to Canr.da, were guests Sundayof A. M. Andreu et als., to L. A. Davis made it impossible to be caught unawares, and what

olio Mrs. Lila Griffin and family. WE SELL would be a misfortune for you is but an incident to him.
Chicken Pie r

Baked HamBufteredTeas" Legal blanks! for sale at the Talc- SCHOOL TABLETS and

[graph office. PENCILS 666

.u : Wednesday WE HAVE] 2H GALLON 8Y- Begin Saving Now
Mrs. F. A. Scott returned RC!' BARRELS '1.50 EACHAT Ie a .Mr ptlm I*. a
Corn Souffle evening from a visit in Lake- THE )Malaria Chills and Fever
-- -- land with Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. Dengue or Bilious Fever

Grapefruit Salad (While away she also visited Mrs. C. American Lunch It UO &10. ...... r

.Combination\ Salad .L.I Morrow in Tampa. STARKE BANK OF STARKEThe

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter Jr., S. CourtneyTo -a-ct': .1> cu.-ci
Orange Ice 10 14 to 21. Days
Ice Tea and :J. F. Klcklltcr Sr., went to Jacksonville -LAX-FOS V/JTH! r-tPSIN' I I" a .n...:laHy- Bank of Helpful Service .
Sunday and were accompanied prepared SyrupTlI" o-Laxatlvc for HaSItuc'Constipation. : '
CoffeeSUNDA home by'Mrs. Kickliter, who had It relieves pfompdy und
weks In the city. for 14 to 21 day WE PAY 4 PER CENT ON
spent two Cure a Cold In ODe Usy should be taken regularly
DINNER- 75eiii ,.... LAXATIVE BROMO QUIXOTE: (T.blM.> f, to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and
I Monday, at Kinffiley: lake! the fol MOM I III. Couth and Hr.amch,. .... work.oft the Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. BOo
Cold. E. W.bKOVCSiltfuairaMMcbbu.; 10. buttle.
lowing: ladles enjoyed -jpend-the-day per


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FOR OVER 40 YEARS in an address before Farmers Week,

I HALL'S CATARRH MKO1CIHB baa beet . . . .
need uoceraluUy in Uie treatment ol

i slits Relieve of by an local Ointment application which, and Qulckl the . e C e BID on this PROPERTY
, Internal Medicine. a> Tonic which acts -i3ome of our' farmers are
''i i ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE through the Blood on the Hucoue Bur- taking more interest in growing fruit
'f;, FARMERS AND TRUCKERS faces, thus reducing the Inflammation.
for home use.MadisonSpent.
r TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY.BOYS' ... J. Cheney .* Co.. Toledo. Ohio. -most of the week THE ALL-FLORIDA

with boys' and girls' club work.

{ keting, we lose out on It. COUNTY AND HOME IIi11sboroug -Final- arrangements,
, ; may REALTY
; AND GIRLS' Farming Is indeed a business of DEMONSTRATION AGENTSIN for beginning strawberry Investigational COMPANY

;&:' BIGN-U FOR OCTOBER SET 19.3& varied activities. ANNUAL CONFERENCEMore work have-been made.

than 75 county and home\ Marion-Boy's clubs are being organized
'(, ; Effort Will Be Made to Enroll Rural BLITCH ON GIVES HINTS CURING demonstration agents of Florida are in the community schools, 223 W. Forsyth Street .

R Bctwen Ages of 10 HANDLING gathered at Gainesville this week for and much interest is being shown.

..n ....... Youngster and 18 Year. la Club Work ;AND-SHIPPING \HUDE3,, their annual conference. Every coon- We have about 35 members already JACKSONVILLE FLORIDARecently
ty having a county or home demonstration enrolled. ,
With hides selling at very low
I October 19-24 has been named as price, a number of Florida farmers at the agent conference.The or both. Is represented Santa Rosa-The";district; agent andI

I "Boys' and Girls' Club Enrollment and cattle raisers are either tanning of the visited the farm of W. B. Dobbs
"' Week" by the Agricultural Exterfsion hides themselves or having them tan program county agents near Jay and saw his demonstrationof purchased the ELLSWORTH TRUST COMPANY'Sland
Is under the supervision of the Agricultural -
/: 1 Division of the University of Florida ned on halves. J. S. BUtch, superintendent soybean varieties. The Otootan located In '
Extension: Division of the
4 and the Home Demonstration Department of the State Farm at Ra!- seems to have showed up best there d:is
Unlversty. and that of the home
of the State College for Women. ford, where a large number of hides this jrear.
During that week an effort will be are tanned every week, gives some demonstraton agents Is in charge of BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
( made to sign up every rural boy and excellent hints on handling, curing the state home demonstration staff, Duval-Thi carload of dairy cows, ,
a ,' ,1 girl between the ages of 10 and 18 and shipping hides for best results. members of which are hen from Tal shipped into the county recently are
lahassee. One of the objects For the first time this
:years' in boys' and girls' clubs. The Carefully cut all surplus flesh from principal doing splendidly. we are offering property. The land

4 present enrollment is nearly 10,000,' the hide as soon as it is removed of the week Is to outline plans ;; was owned by this Trust Company for several years and
and the next Dade Daily of milk total
develop for imports
, I Mild it 1 is hoped to nearly double that from the animal. The head part of -
I figure by the end of the week. the hide and those parts below the year's work In the counties. 12,000 gallons. However, 12 carloadsof we will convey the land "as is where is" by the same title

An intensive sign-up campaign will knees are worthless Cor tanning. Re An interesting program has been dairy stock arrived during the Ellsworth Trust
K r be conducted by the county and home move them. arranged for the week. In additionto past three weeks. Due to the shortage Company conveyed to us. Legal description

1 14 demonstration agents, in conjunction Hang the hide in a cool, dry place members of the staffs of the Experiment and heavy demand, prices of given below: Examines the County records look the
with staff members at Gainesville with the hair' side out for at least Station and Agricultural milk to consumers are advancing. land
over and send BID.
Extension Division others us your
and Tallahassee. Club work is now two hours, to dry out the hair and prevent taking Volusla-Spent the week in getting
t 4 conducted in all but 11 of the counties further sweating. part in the program are O. B. Martinof

ct of Florida, and an effort will be After taking hide down, spread out the United States Department of the acquainted county and with laying poultry out growers work to be of Bradford County---980 Acres
tl made during the week of October 19- carefully in cool Agriculture, Dr. J. V. Knapp, chair-
a dry place free
done this fall.
man of the State Live Stock Sanitary County Agent Brown, TWP. 5 S. RANGE 18 EAST
24 to introduce it into these counties from dirt or dust, and salt thoroughly accompanied and assisted me.
Board L. M. Rhodes commissioner
and to greatly augment it in counties using from 3 to 6 pounds of common of the State Department, of Markets SW SW __________________v-------____ 9

c E I where Officials it is of already the Extension established.Serviceof salt, according to size of hide. C. A. Cobb, editor of Southern Rural-, Broward-Work a and has ice been startedon NE NE ----------------______________36
creamery cream plantin
Rub the salt in well. Allow hide
ist Atlanta Ga. and
the United States Department of Miss Ola Pow this county.
remain spread out for at least two
ell of the United States Department'
Agriculture have set 1,000,000 members -
days and let salt penetrate thorough of Agriculture at D. C. Eacambta The
in 1025 as their goal for the Washington, total> number> of
the ly. hogs vaccinated to date is 3,627. The SW SW _____.____10
and anxious for Flor-
III t year, are THE COUNTY FAIRe --------------------
? ida enrollment to along with Then hang the hide, flesh side out work was done by a state veterinarian. E 1-2 SW SE
a grow e SEASON IN FLORIDA ---------------___________15
that of other states. in a cool dry place, and allow all th
Baker-Have already treated 350 W 1-2 NE NW ___ __
__ __17
BOYD will be enrolled in pig, calf, salt and water accumulation to dry The county fair' season which is at head of ----
cotton, corn, citrus, peanut, poultry, off ant hide to dry. The hide should hand is eagerly looked forward to calls hogs every this day.PascoInterest month. and am, havIng SE NW or Sl-2 Lot 1--________________26

potato, garden and bee clubs. Girls then be in good condition and ready each year by many people both old Wl-2 SE --------______________________26
will\ bo signed up for work in canning for shipment and young. The county fair furnish- In poultry and

;. h home Improvement, cooking, The name of the sender as well as es a meeting place to renew acquaint dairy is growing. ,
basketry, sewing, garden, poultrya.nd that of the addressee should appear ances and it should provide educational TWP. 6 S. RANGE 18 EAST

similar clubs, and even in pig and plainly the shipping tag. If quick features and clean entertainment. Cane growers of western and northern Lot 1 or __
on _________28
Florida who have trouble with ------------------
, calf clubs if they desire. Managements of
many county as
Club work among boys and girls handling Is desired, and with green well as state fairs are placing increased the masalc disease should write to frac. NI-2 NE ___________________

,., has done much to improve agriculture hides, ship by exp'3as. 40 to emphasis on agricultural ex- the Agricultural Extension Division Lot 2 or-______________________________28
and home conditions in requires from to days hibits. This is at Gainesville for a list of growers
rural I
resulting in less atten-
sections tan a hide. "1 from whom seed of Cayana-10 frac. Nl-2 NW __________________
.. .and to develop leaders in the tion being given to low grade shows a resistant
. t By following this pan outlined for both variety, can be obtained. NE NE ____________29
communities. The work of many a I on the part of the managementand -------------------
r boy or girl has been the means of the Agricultural News Service by Mr.Blitch the people who attend. Sl-2 NE _______29
farmers will Handwork and footwork! amount to ----------------------
Introducing improved methods in a I securebetter The county agent has been an im- much more if directed by good head- Nl-2 SE _________29
leather from hides. ---------------------
community, and thus often proved an porant factor in stimulating more work.
inspiration to those who have woe n MANY NEW GIRLS' CLUBS people to prepare and exhibit products >Jlj gOats SE SE -----------------------______-:_29

the den hatrationa. ARE BEING ORGANIZED; from the farm. He gives instructions : rye or rape will make a good
Boys club work is under the direct OLD ONES REORGANIZED as to the kind of material grazing drop this winter. Plant them TWP. 4 S. RANGE 19 EAST
q supervision of the county agents in that will make a good showing, and the latter part of September or later.
counties having they Organted club zglrls and women farmers and their I Lot 4 ______ 19
agents, and are encourages families ------------------------ __
,.. assisted by State Club Leader R. W. are the medium through which muchof to make exhibits of the good crops or II I Hat pins with heads broken off and SE NW ___________23
Blacklock and other members of the the work of the home demonstration live stock that they are producing stuck through candles keep the candIes -
,r.:. Agricultural extension ..taft.I agent is done. Recent weekly The county fair furnishes an excellent ; In shape during hot weather, SW NW --------------------_____.,---_26

I: Girl. club work is supervised by reports by these agents show that time and place for members says Miss Bertha Henry, home dem- NW SW ---------------------_____1___26

the home demonstration agent. and clubs are taking on renewed actici ty. of Boys' and Girls' Clubs to exhibit onstration agent In Okaloose county. SE NE _________34
Miss Flavla Gleason, state home dem- "Held first meeting with Clermont the results of their efforts. They en Like to have list of free
onstration agent, and members of her girls since school started," says Miss ter in competition with each other i In ment Station Experi

i. ataff. ___ Marie Cox, Lake county home demonstration special classes and as result learn a T Then write and to Extension the Agriculural publications TWP. 6S. RANGE 19 EAST

GROWING CROPS FOR ready for agent.the club"The work girls again are, and all 1 great The parents deal which are equally is of value as interested to them. Experiment Press Bulletin Station 363. Gainesville, for NE SE ----____________________________ 5

to make worthwhile as the children NW NE __________10
SALE IS ONLY A PART are planning it very I in the club exhibits ---------------------

OF this year." and they too gain much valuable In Hog raisers interested in showing Nl-2 NW ----------.,---------_________10
( FARMING BUSINESSBy With the assistance of Miss Sallie formation. It is not uncommon to see their stock at the fairs should writeto SE NE
-------------------_____________* *
club :an animal
Lindsey of
one new wan organized or sample grain exhibited the United: Stator Department of
( Spuds John.) recently at New Prospect in Lee .. by a boy or girl that is better thansimilar Agriculture for Farmers' Bulletin Sl-2 NE -------------------_________25 '

This business of farming has a lot county. Every girl of the club is enrolled exhibits made by grown peo 1445 on fitting, showing and judging NW SE ------------------:---_________25Sl2
of different for some type of work, and all ple. .
angles to It. Some farmers SW
hogs.A ------------------------______27
others Improvement and I
think that if they grow a lot promised to secure as they enlargement of
N of one crop for sale, they have done enter m schooL I exhibits from farms at county fairs cover crop such as oats or rye SW SW ------------------------_______17
is their full duty. However, it would lrs.NB.. Crabill visited nine of is resulting in increased interests on throws a network of roots through
the schools in DeSoto County the, the part of town the soil and holds the fertility and
seem that such is not the case. people. It Is a TWP. 7 S. RANGE 19 EAST
We farmers must learn to feed ourselves week they opened and reports that means of establishing a closer' rela- humus. Plant food that would other-
f our families and our livestock she found the club spirit between the tionship and under understanding be- wise be leached or washed away will NW SE ----___________________________ 3
l as much as possible from crops grownon pupils and teachers fine. tween country and town. be taken up by the plants and stored.

our farms, instead of "Visited a number of club members State fair exhibits are made up very
buying high More than
550,000 farms in the TWP. 4 S. RANGE
this week who interested in do largely the best EAST
are exhibits from
priced canned goods, vegetables and coun- United States
I feeds shipped in from other states. I ing fair' work" says Miss Christine try fairs. It is the county fair' that radio receiving are sets now, according equipped to with a NW SW ----------------------________34
We always have to pay high freight McFerron of Marion county. "I assisted gives the beginning exhibitor the ex- survey by the United States Depart-

chargea on these supplies shipped In, them with their canning. Also perience aoJencouragement so often ment of Agriculture. This is Increase .
and then there is the profit the middle reorganized a number of girls' clubs necessary to become a successful of nearly 100,000 sets an in TWP. 5S. RANGE 20 EAST
and find that many of the girls are state fair contestant.: The a
men get.Millions township Florida NE NE
year. farms have 300 of ---------- _____21
I interested in booth exhibits ---------------
of dollars go out of the doing home improvement at county fairs furnish these. NW
}, ..J state every year for products that work this year." valuable material for making up a ------------------------______21
i might Just well be Five clubs were represented at a county exhibit to complete against I Tampa-Relentless boot SW NE __
as produced on war on ----------- ,------------_ ____21
i. our own farms. We have the land meeting held with the Fort White similar exhibits from other counties I leggers and rum runners of Florida

I already, the climate lee a good asA Club in Columbia county recently, at the State fair.' will begin as soon as the new prohibition """" TWP. S.
: according to Mrns. Grace F. Warren. Since more people in EAST
f any, so why not grow these crops and many countiesare administration of the state Col
I feeds which we buy so heavily. A senior county council was organic taking an active part in their SE NE
Benjamin T. -- _____21
r Simmons, can organize -----------------------
i Our ed. county fair', the fairs'
bank account will be helped are being better NE
j I considerably If we grow such main- Miss Corinne Baker recently organized supported in attendance and thus his staff, he announced here today. SW --------------------------_____26

a duO> of 12 members in the financial results are improved. Colonel Simmons and his assistant, SE SW _______ 26
JI tenance crops as corn, hay, sweet potatoes Any ---------------------- _
cane for syrup, and plenty of Ethel community of Suwannee county public undertaking needs general sup Phillip B. Hambsch, of Baltimore, ar-
ti vegetables and fruits for home use. where they had been anxious for a port in order to be successful and so rived here yesterday. With the long TWP. 7 S. RANGE 20 EAST
I We should plan to have a successionof club. W'!' the progress which a county fair sable shore line of ocean and Gulf and the

vegetable crops, and have fresh to make depends on the general close proximity to foreign liquor supplies NE SE _?-----------_______________., 4 ,
a vegetables from our own gardens interest and the confidence which the Colonel Simmons said that the NW NE
people have in it. ---------------------_________22
every month in the year. A few hives state this winter would likely be NE NE
I of bees well cared for will often provea ZJh'FEX LNon..dtodoeo that The is management of a county fair' fighting ground, with liquor In high a ------------------------_______23

valuable asset to the average farm, endeavoring to make a faff demand by thousands
also. with aay dlteaie worthwhile event, should receive the ton. winter visi 1 TWP. 5 S. RANGE 21 EAST
It possible we should grow more caused by malaria. general support of the people In the
than Time's county. Support can be El-2 SW ________________
1 one main crop for sale. If one anm.dyoe given by exhibiting Fort Myers-Colliei county homesteaders ------- ____-_ 6

I ly fails or if the price of one goes down,. Chills i* success them fell for-ued 6O years.srnjt with. ing. by boosting. and by.attend- who are battling Barren Q. SE NW -------___________________........ 7

cj on.then we have the other to fall back' ''*Vv. sVMalaria- When a business man in the com- Collier for the ownership of about NE SW -----_________________________ 7

I Producing a crop la only half the ? mercial world makes a product, he's 3,000 yesterday acres of land on Marco Island SE SW ----------=_____________________ 7
i l battle. We should give more atten pretty sure to see that it is protected vade carried out a threat to In-
until sold or used. Yet part of the disputed property,
Lion to marketing our crops, and. en- farmers de TWP. 5 S. RANGE
which is 22 EAST
vote lots of
deavor to get better returns. If wi time and hard work to guarded by Sheriff

spend a lot of time and then don't making corn crops and then let the W. B. Maynard and his deputies. Se NE NE ---.-----_-----.__?..-- __.....12
i fend a little time and effort In mar weevils and rats get a Irige part of looting one of their number, the

It."Give us prosperous communitiesand fence homesteaders with Instructions sent him\ through to attempt a TWP. 6 S. RANGE 22 EAST

T "Could Better Fertilizer Be Made? and a we prosperous will have nation prosperous The states to put upa shanty on land which he El-t NE __,..,., .? .,.,...,....._ 'I -r'T, 1_

munity is the foundation on which com claims as a homestaed. The would- NE NE ------____________-_______:,_.. 9

to build farm development."-Miss be settler was promptly arrested and I I SE NE _____________,,__- --__. .___ 9
We Would Make Mary Mints to Jail at Everglade. He gavel
of the Loulsana, organisation Extension specialist Service, his name as William O. Payne and Sl-2 NW NW --_____________--_______" 9 .

i SIMON PURE AND GEM BRANDS was described by Sheriff Maynard as NW SE ------------.: _____ ,:-: 9 '

"Time Tried and Crop Tested" No "an old 21 ;years old settler who has El-2 SW SE ----------"-:..---------__..__19 ...*
Sept 1st 1925 New PRICE LIST of Regular Brands Just __.& Get Worms la a Healthy ChIM been here three weeks" Payne was before placing year' order. Send orders now for FALL requirements All ebildraa. tumbled. with Worn Ken attmv charged with
aeeUhy color,which lodfcaiee, trespassing and was admitted
poor blued mad TWP. 7 S. RANGE
t*e 22 EAST
MVW delays and be ready when Fertilizer aeeded. QUALITY Brit FAIR role, there le more or !leee Monaco ditnrbmoo to $50 ball, which was furnished .
Iw two ar three weeUwill enrich gtrea Uw Mood ntialeHr, baBtove by F. F. Thomas, of Immoka- ---------,--------____.-...15

E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY rice dlsexlah.>alae.end bale. act mum.M a General Natare gtreoAeabsTonlo wUI *- lee, and Capk Burt Hall, of Caxaro- SE NW ----------------- --.....__._36
throw off or diepel' the__and I bas, Walter C. Williams and Harry
I Jacksonville, Dora County, Florida. ,ts. (....IMUJI. PaNaoe to...thedUkl. eel..will*....he WUlalms. .

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ORDER FOB PUBLICATION lath day of September 1026. 1. the undenlga lands -
n tha.aU bill will b* taken
I -. ... guardian for Luooua Thomaa. Clam Thomas. fuaeit against yon. a* 0" Defendant

Notice .la hereby ctven that *n ISo ltk. and Gu Thor.minor hair of J. N. Thorn.aa I* rurther ordered tht this order be pub. I Bin t Quiet Till and H...". Claim
day. of September. A. IX 111I1. 1. th Trader ,8= apply to the : week for con.. utl wool. To The Flnr"l. Railroad Compinr. a .
alaned guardian of Ruby Ckrwrccttl BoaUClovenettle A. '. County Judg of :; .ooa Bradford County' legraph. a week 5 .uoo. legal .." t
and Herbert Clovereettl will apply ty. Florida for an order to Mil of general circulation' publlha and assigns : th. heirs. devisee
to th* Honorable 000.... A. Gardiner.,. a onexourth' undlvl" Interest In the *. Bradford County. Florida. tentative and aaalgna: of Simon le..a. .
I 1ilW county Judve of Bradford County. JPIorida, following lying and being In Witness th* HonorahU Judas of the laid I nod Sarah J Temple each ".. T.mpl
for an order to **11 at prlvato **lo th* foe Bradford Coun" Florida to-wltt Circuit Court and th official\ arM of the Florida Land and Immigration Company.T. '1.
lowlnadecaribcd lands la Bradford County South Southeast quarter of Clerk of thu. court. .soIl a. his aignatur. corporation and It* suFeeaaora. leant rape*. ;
Florida, to-wltl Northwest quarter and Northeast unarter th U.1 th. Id day of September, A. D 1928. *""?!|VS and l ...'.''.! John T. slow and Be*, !
Th* Southwest quarter of Northwest quart*. Southwest quarter' Section Ten (10). Townetsipseren O. W. ALDERMAN ma Slaeo their brim legal ;
On* acre sold to H. B. aJao the (7). Range Twenty-one (Ill containing Clerk Circuit, Court. Bradlor and a lgna : Bollln Hall. hi. hnl.f"re..l.tlv 1..1 rep ."
the eenter of a gay ORDER FOB PUBLICATION lea Eleven o1| to Roaa'M'.a and lam.Thu I County and .
Anne was acre < I" all sixty (60)) acre, mops or C." ualgn*. unknown /
crowded tTia: punch bowl Southeast quarter of Northwest quarter. all Seth day of Aufilal. 1925. By A KNIOTTT. '' their legal
group that In Circuit Court of Section Twelve )Sal) ( Deputy Clark! rprentatl. \
eighth! Judicial Circuit (18) Township Eight (8), DELLA TOMAS who claim an In..t .. lamia
at the far end of the room. She was Bradford County, State ot Florida. In Chan South Range Twenty-two (22) East. Guardian for Luoou C1o Solicitor A. CREWS hereinafter described' the residents of all .
water" that had cery. This the 26th day of Auyu A. O, 118.HETTY Thorn. and Hu Thomaa Minor for Complainant 0-4-61-10-8 Bald being .
the "joy del.nd..t
drinking D. w. Alv..... CompalnantMargaret CLOVERSKTTLH heirs of t. N. Thomaa. deceased. I I G..I.n""own 3.

been elaborately spiked. Guardian for Ruby.. Beeale ...4Illat.u NOTICE TO APPEAR You and each of you hereby required
offered Wllaon and her hnaband .- Herbert CloversrttleNOTICE to ha and appear before the.ludge
Each time it was to me, of the CI. .
J. W. Wilson Defendant.
cult Court for the
I refused. The regularity ef the lifeI It appearing by affidavit appended to th* NOTICB In threaD Cr Eighth Judicial amt Florida. In and for Eighth Bradford Judicial County ,'.
bill filed In the above-ewted *aua* that Margaret Of GUARDIAN SAL Bradford .la C.. Bth day of on the
had October A. the
bad been living changed my Wllaon. and her huaband. J. W. WII....., la County .d" Ce.rt. Bradford Ceantr 0 0 OriffI hon In said In D. 1926. at court I
perspective and mal fie lee the dan- th. defendant therein named ar. non-realdent Thirty day after' date hereof I th* under.signed la .. ComplalnankArmoad answer. a county of 81.1.. Florida, .
of tho elate of Florida. and their resilience <. ,guardian for Ray William Minor heir rn"'t i of Joan* Hall. Deeeaaed. court by bi. ompl.ln'. .hlblt. In Bald
ger of drinking'Then unknown and ar. eva the ag. oftwenty.o. of Agatha William, deeeoed. will apply. toth To William Hall, Laura White A Ho* e I Krift. .t The Bradford .
tho. year* t It I* therefore Honorable Ceo. A. Gardiner. County Judg mlna Claudl Hemmlnicvray., Howard Dlnda..1 County Telegraph a weeklyitmpap.r .
of abstinence
too, during days) ordered that said non-resident defendanta In and for Bradford Countr Florida, for aa Dick Rlgsby.. Ralph Rufo Rlcaby.riorcno BUI I.. C"0.. Title and Other puhl.b. In Starke. 1rdlo' .
I had learned how pleasant and are to au- order to. sell at private aria all that eertaln Rlgaby. Roaavelt Rlgcby- Jonne Rln*. que County. hereby .. .
pear to tt. bill of ",, :: rnt'I\ In laid Interact "belonging to maid minor In and to tb by.and> : all other Interested puU_i GREET It appearing from tb* .n."o. of Ox nawiparwr In which this notice shall be pub
It was to 'awake'with a song on my caue on or bfor Monday' the 6th day of described land to-wltl NOl ._.bill of complaint. I. stated ll.hed for four eon.eentlv weekly la.u,.
from Ineer bodily health, eagerto October. A. 1825. othewls!,* the allegation Southeast quarter of Northwest quarter. I Yon are each. of you *r. hereby notified auo that the ago and rldcnc of th* de.fendanta The I.n. deoerlbed. In the hi of eopl.ln
lips of said bill D.\\ be taken .. confessed .by Bald Northeast. quarter of Southwest quarter, Kent hat William Hell, a* administrator of the Ar..d B. EmitS Mltehaal RaptneSS, In thl* to quiet title .0 .1.
begin the routine of the day with- defendanta. half of the Northwest quarter of the South* relate of Jones Hall deceased, late of Bradford Abraham Charlea TRobcrta.J. D. MO thereto are aa '010.1 .
out any of the dull aches. But whaton It .la further ordered that this order b* published wee quarter. North half of th* Soothw County. Florida: ha filed In th* abovt Lo. a O. Lane, T. W. Pitta W. R. .,, Th. North Northeast quarter of
once' a week for ight oonaecutlv* weak quarter of the Southwest quarter and North : named court a petition praying. for .. order Hop.l.Agnes L. Skelly H I Hawk, Section Twenty-five San South.
earth had happened to Anne Sh.4 In th::. Bradford County Telegraph a maw.. half of th. Southeast quarter of th. South. of this court to be granted authorising amid and R. C Thmpon11 living ..l Range Twenty-one. E.To..hlr. and being
freely of the punch paper published. In said, County and State.Thla west quarter all In Section H, Townehlp '. pcttlonar to tabs pocacealon of and vail. a*- hen | legatee and aa.tgn In Bradford County .
was partaking August ..... 1955. South Rang S2 East containing 140 acre cording to law the following dr land *, era all unknown' tbara la no person Wltnea my. hand .... .,. of said
and complimenting the "kick",. which: O. W. ALDERMAN mom or I..., arid land lying and blna; In .. a portion of th* aueta of oionu In the State of Florida* to ompllnanlh this' Ith .of September.. A. D, 1918.C.ur
declared in loud tones she enjoyed Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Coun",. Florida. Hall deceased laid estate lying service of n subpoena upon whom wuld O. W. ALDRRMANClerk
she B,. C. A. KNoT This. 28th day. of August 11185. and being In Bradford : Florida andescribed bind the said d.'ed..fa. and that It of Circuit Court of
: Deput. CI.rk. A. M. W1LIAM9IUf a* follows I ievcd by the. ompl.ln.n'| that th* said Bradford County. Florida.
D. E. KNIGHT Guardian for W1"Uun Minor. Beginning at th. S".t" .. ef th* defendants ar* In th* property involved By. c. A.
My thoughts raced back to a year Solicitor for Complainant ..'-t-lO-2 > Southwest quarter of _' quarter In this u't. and complainant do* nol (Seal) 'NIOt..

ago- and I wondered how it was that, (21)). Township Six (I). South know and by diligent March has not boonablo D. B. Stark*. Fla.Solicitor .J.ut ,: I ,
Range Twenty-two (22) and ran North to ascertain any of tho KNO. : '
Just by living the view-point of two] NOTICB NOTICB 01 GUARDIAN SAL Two hundred ten ((210)) E..t Weat On. .bun. ... dead or wht..1". that It I .11. 0llt108 ,
could have been five (106)) feet. South Two hundred complainant In worn bill "'i .
persons so Th. Town Council of Stark Florida a* Thirty. day after date hereof on to.wit I "((210)) feet, Fast One hundred firs (10$) hulls, Shire ar. person ta' NOTICE ; ..
It was evidently due to the experiences a board of equalisation met for the pu.".,... of the 2Bth day. of Splem.A. D. 1B28. I theundersigned to paint of beginning.Alao aid property. Involved. In Intt| tb ,",
which had passed equalising th* *.._mont roll. a. provided a* Merrll John and One half acre In Southweet corner of nams or ..m. ama or tbl..d who* _I In ".al Coal for Bradford C.unty, Stale '.
through we by Section 67 of the *odlfted ordinance of Erma John.. minor and helm of Harriet Red Northeaat quarter of Southweat quarter. Se ence ar* unknown to eompalnanti and .f Ch... J.
With me, the result was that I regarded th. town of Stark, Florida and changed tb.. dish Emma Redd ah. Heater Wynn and Ada ton! Twenty-one. (ill. Township Six ((6) aid bill relief to prayed agalnit inch knownand J. H. Truby.
life through more serious valuation of th. following property. to-wltl John, deceased will apply to the Honorable Range Twenty-two (22) East. *am. unknown and all othsr per* Compl.ln.nt
L. W. KI.klller-EY. of NWVi of SEVi of Oeo. A. Gardiner. County Judge of Bradford bring> East half of Block SI. ((6)) and all son..
eyes while Anne had apparently been MEM. 28-6-22 From (600 to (1AOO. County Florida: for.rn"1 order to ash!''d. r. raetlonal South of Block Six ((6). Rang HKREFORB 01 ordered that an person George Wllkln. et. .1..1.Dl.nd.nt
left with the desire to throw discre- Mrs E. F. John*-Com. at SE Cor. of SWU ate asia all that Interact of : Four ((4). In Simon J. Tempi Sub-division named In thl* : If living, and It dead
of SWH end run W. 7B6 ft. N SIS ft. NB In and to th* following described land 01 land. at Temple'a Mill. .11 Demons any interest under th* Bill T* and Rcmcv Cloud
tion to the four winds and tact of sos ft. B sos ft. thenc" B! 174 ft. S 902 ft. to wits For tb pnrpoa of paying certain Indebted aid named aforesaid deoead or To th* Strabcl and Wllken Company a corporation -
beg. alao certain landa S of M... Sp..k.... Southeast quarter of Northwest quarter. ..eta .... 011..1 and that all persona whomaoevev lie .legal neeeacor
gay career. and W of Ry. In BE'/t of 8W14 88-6-22. from Northeast quarter of Southwoat quarter East Therefore you and .1 of you and all othr ., ago and plae* of roaldenoe ar and aaalgnst Oeortr*fpnntatl.wife EllaaWllkln
half of th* Northweat quarter of the Southwest Interested partlee commanded that alleged to unknown to that may : i
(1800 (6000.II.
"Tell what it doesn't this to i.nd their heir., legal
you pay rep.
A. Bishop-NH Blk 6V4 Orlg. town, from quarter. North half of the Sout laying all other ouslnrs anlde. you will be or ara Interacted In described ,
realdent aolplace
assign the
goody-goody business: ," she announcedto (200 to (760.Mr quarter of the Southwest quarter the and appear before m* *t my offle In property or any part thereof, lying and :
of the who chose to .. Emma Richard-Lota 1. S, .. 8. Blk. It North half of the Southeait quarter of th. Bradford County Florida on Thu..d.,.. bring. {In Bradford County Florida, towltlTh t.rnn. of each of whom are on
group known partle claiming an
anyone Southweet In Section Thirty-two day of October. A. D.. 1B2S. at ten O'olok a. Southwest quarter of lbs Northweatquarter .
and Orlg Town. From 8400 8600.
hear. "Used to confine my pleasureto M... Emma Richard-Lota 1. 2. 8. 4 Blk. H2)), a.7.S. O), South Range m., to allow cauie. I any. you can, why I t and tho Northcastauarter of tb* Interest I Creetlng hereinafter described

foreign places an.I be oh eo goodat 13 Orlg. town. From 82600 to 81000. T..t.t..o Forty. (1.0)( ) Ao.,, containing or I.On. Hun Also hould not under grant my. hand prayer and of seal said*t p..tition.Giv.t Stark.. of kiuthwoat the Southwest quarry I quarter and Ihs xeept '" Yon and **eh of yon. *r* hflrehy required!
A. E. Wall-Lota II and 8 Blk. 18 Orlg to .. bT' to be and '.... the of the r;
commencing 247 Judg
home. But I've thought it all out From 81800 to 82260. .t of Northweat Bradford County Florid*, this. th. and day ofcptembcr. th ic Solth..t corner ill In appear .
and of tot t corner of Northeast quarter and A. D.. 1.25. Fiv5 (85)) Township Blx ((6)). Rang Circuit Court for Eighth Judicial Circuit .
I'm be wild. J. F. Colle-Lota 1. 8. 8. part
and from now on gonna 82 1-2 arda. South 176 yard. West allz. oF O. A. GARDmim 'wenty-two. ( Eaut- of Flnrlil' I In and for Bradford County on ,i,
She was feeling the effect of the Blk.L. H.14 One P.rt.ld.AII town.. From Blk.(2260 21 (8000.To_ rarda. North 178 yard. to place of County. Judge of Bradlord1.48t11. Do appear (11. .aid bill of complaint owor 6th day of October A. I D. 1028. at lbs "a-. ,
Section 80 township 7. Rang 22. ..; 0 onntr. Florida. (a.1 before th* Fifth day of October A. D. 8925anI In aald county In Starke. Florida ;' 4.
From to (6000.Conaumer
which she not nccutomed (8600 :
punch was Lumber. Co.-E%. Lola 1 and lots: thre* acre more or lea*. In dua cours define and set up whaterordaly. awe: bill of complaint exhibited ;to.i ,: .
to drinking and I oaw that the chap. S. 6. 7 Blk.* 28. Orlg town. From (1200 .. Alao East half of th. East half of Northeast ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn \.I: Interest which yon and Men of you by. J. M. Trnby. "
quarter of Northeast !<*. On lot 87 1-8 Circuit Court. Eighth I Judicial CIrcuit.Bradford may to She abov described property, or The Bradford County. Telegraph, a '
erons were beginning to sharpen 2000.Consumer Lumber. Co,-Lot I Blk. 17 Orlat feet. North and South by 187 feet Rams and County. Florida.I Chancery. tho said bill wilt be Satin aa confused agalnaton. newspaper In SI.. .. Bradford I .
their claws. I would have spared bet town. From (1160 to (1000. West In Southwmt eo.n... Section 80. Town. a. W. Dnhm. Compl.I..I. County. Fopld., herh,. designated so th*
the little that would be J. W. Andre_. 8r.-Blk. 28 aa extended onEnaey'B ship 7. Range 22 E' containing ton acre It la further ordered that this| order be pub. ne. .". which Shim nolle hall h*>
I mean gossip Ex S 100 ft. st except a trip of more or lees laid lying and being In U. O. D.,.. and W. H Heath Defendant Ifihed once a week for Four consecutive week pnhllahed for four consecutive weekly. laau.s.The .
flying from tongue to tongue before 'and 80 map.ft wide on Madison .t. by "71 ft. o.W.lnu' Bradford County. Florida. blh' appearing by affidavit appended th* In the Bradford Countr Telegraph. a weklnewspaper land described In the bill of "mpl.l.
dawn.I St. sold to L. A. Davle. From (1(60 This 28tb day of August filed In the above-elated eauae that \H. of general circulation I pnkltohos) In this cause to quiet tltl* and 'I
.mon .100
128 JOHNS Heath, th* d.londn' therein ..a.d la )- In Starke. Bradford County. thereto follow I
made my way quickly to her side. to M.(2600... E. P. John*-WW Blk. 80 a* extended lZ86t2B Guardian for M..II John and.. Irma ,dent of SLt. that Florida cannot" hamonc..led b* Ircnlt WITNESS Court th.and Honorable Flord.the said Th. last M three-quarter, of Slim Northeast _

"Listen, Anne" I whispered touching on E...,.'. map .'". S 10S ft. From (1800 to .ID. .erved hlm..1 and 10 I he .U pr over the age of 01 this court a* well the a olo.1, .I.n..t.seal of the Cler quarter of the ! quarter and South.

her arm, "you'ra..,not used to taking 12800.M... W. H. Miner-Lot* 8 and 4 Blk. 18 L. MASTER'S SALE wcnty-one years. It la therefore ordered .that Inel day. of September. 11.D. 1296.o ..thl ..t t..ent'oh.QU..t. of *.lo"th..t QU.r.. .In s
said resident defendant be and I I. hereby re- w. ALDERMANClerk lon
anything with :rwh a fancy wal- T.W.and E.COB.Daugbarty add. From'-Lota 81(0 6.8800.8. T. Blk. M Notice I* hereby. given that under and by appear to th bill of complaint tl.d Clrl Court., w.west quarter quarter .In In"lhe. quarter of South inTownhlp .

lop as this and it's mixng your words. L. T. and Cos. add. From (200 to 100. I virtu. of that eertaln Fn.1 Decree of '0_ t eauit 'or the* al- Florida Six South S"llon.Twnt"In.r..1 East rand
A. D.
d October, 1926
Come along let's to the dress- W. W.lnwrIJrbt-Oa.\ lot on W *ld. of closure made and on August 20th. y hr.t By C. A. KNIGHT lying and being In Bradford County .
get up Walnut st. between Blk*. A and D. N. 1.1 A. D. 1925. by Honorable A. V. LaA. Jndg 'ogatlon* of said bill will b* eon (Is..n' ".pul" Clerk' Florida. ,
defendant A. 8.
eeacd by said CREWS
ing room until it wears off. of the Circuit In and
Jone* add. From (600 to 1000. County.. .Cour It I I. ordered that thto order be pub. Solicitor for Complainant 0-4-(t-10-8. Wltnea. my. hand and th* seal of said| ovrlthl
certain lurth.
"Go 'way" she commanded "I Mary O. lnwrlghV-Lot. 4, 8. 6. Blfc.n. Flord. eana whereIn ) '
Ellaha I and shed onee a ..- for four oo.utl.week 5th day of A, I t lOPS.
complainant A. J. John.
N It. and piece of land bounded E byJonea I .
I a S.Pt.m1' ALnRlRMAM
In th Bradford County Telegraph a saws. W.
know what I'm doing. From now on add. to Starke S by. Jackson St. W kg5.ndrnon son and Tomml Johnson Ms I wife and Oace- NOTICB
published In said County and State. of Circuit Court
the tables 're turned. I'm gonna havea Lane and N by. Pratt st. ax a It ola Fertiliser. the Company ondoralgned. a corporation are dofondant. paper ThU Saptembcr 1st. lU25.O. Bradford Conntv Florid? o

good time. D'yer hear? I might as ft.E.street S Matthews through _seme.All Blk.From 8 (2700 Matthew to (6600.add will offer for sale and ,ti.ell Special for htt W. A1.DERRAN Court In Circuit Court Far Kradfold Count,.. BUM B, O. A, KNIGHT
the highest and beet In front of Clark Circuit 01 Flerlda, In Chanaery.Mary ((11..1) Deputy Clek.
well 2600.
eo go long. From (600 to Court house door In Starke Bradford By c A. KNIGHT Adama Dick*. and D. R. Storks. Plc.Rolteilor .
Mr. J. C. Wlll*-On. lot 114 ft. N and 8] County Clark.A. husband. XNlmr.
And she pushed me aside. by. 60 ft. E and W. E of and adjoining Blk. Florida on Monday the Fifth day of October: (Seal) 8. CREWS Deputy Emmett Z. Dick. Complainant lo { ... 0-ll-4t-lo-
Someone Temples add. From (1200 to 1800. A. D. 1026 durlna- the legal hour of sale for v*
caught me by both arms 1 iolicltor for Complainant 0-4-6t-10-8.
Standard Oil Co.-Lots 1. a Blk T Tsmple the : aatlafylni laid: nII.f .me* C. Cullen. *t al, NOTICE TO APPEAR,
and looking upward I caught the real eetate :' { :
gaze .dd. From (1880 to (1800. :1'3. .
and. In the derail Court Bradford Coinly
.of Curtiss Wright. He had evidentlycome S. R. John*-All Blk. S Temple' add. From wit Bradford County Florida, toTh Bill T. R.xava Cloid. Ida, In Chancery 11.. .o

to the edge of the and (3000 to 6000. t Northeast quarter of th Bonthweotquarter NotIce| la hereby given that all creditor' To the Florida Railroad Company, a cor. T. J. Alderman ,
group C. L. Peck-Blk. 18 and all BIle 14 except I 1..._. and all pereon hiving oration. It* legal representative devleeeo
when Anne pushed me I almost fell lot. t. 2. 8. 4. 6. Temple' add. From (900 to Five of(6)Section), South Twenty-eljht Rang (IB), Township lalma or dIO.I"a' .In.t th* *>tat* of Salll uceccaora and assign.; Jam* T. amlJohn Complainant .

into Ms arms. The man with him In '2.00.Ellen M. Davto-Lot* 1. t. S. Blk. II Temp- I E..,. containing forty acres,*((11). to M.I"hu.present the deceased same duly... hereby. .. ..nulm M.R. ,a... and trustee their for.T. .I', Railroad legal- Solomon .. Fish .al. t''

the Lieutenant-Colonel's unform was pic'. add. From (1600 to 1800. A. 8 CREWS ths within on. year. or thl n .renl.Uv. auccasnn and .I M. A. Sill Delend..I.. Cloud etc,

of course, hs brother of whom I had C. L. Peck and J. L. Peck.-All Blk 29 ax. I u* FKAZ.ZB __ Spl.1 Master.J tee und..I.n. In .tbe..t. And all person at .,. In fact for Jam. T. I It appearing from the allegation of th* .
lot 14 Peek'. add.P.k-AT to 1200. Solicitor for complainant 0-4-Bt-10-S Indebted to aald .t.t required to louter and John MelUe as t.L. th worn bill filed In the above-staled t
already heard. C. L. and J. L. Blk. 80 (18 tote) pay. their said debt executor forwUtu Florida Railroad Company. a I that the residences I : and ages of the '. '
Peek' add. From (260 to 1000. This S.ptembr 4th. heir hlr. davlscc. legal reprewn- Solomon W. Fish. 8. W. Pish. "Ma. A.
glanced in the tiiiectlon of Anne. C. L. and J. L. Peek-All Blk. 81 (IS Iota) I NOTICE TO CITIZENS IIIIJ. ft POPPELL .live* and "' O. Cull.n him IlOWI'Flah. Mm. R W. Fish (widow of S. W.

She was staring at the uniformedman Peek' add. From (260 to (900. '.4-Pt-loI0. Executor lelra. and legal representatives. and all un- Fish) Sarah 8. Clement 01. P, Young T.
all Blk. (S ((14 Iota) Notice I. hereby given to th. cltlsen ef
O. L and J. L. Peek- DEBTORS AND CREDITORS known defendanta and their devisee Cnlvln. Drlggan
at her side. Her face blanchedand Peek1 *dd. From (280 to 1000. Bradford County.. Florida, that I at th. request Notice la hereby given that all creditor legal' rcpresantatlve and ... hel.* claim* and John PMe Trustee*,
she turned her head swiftly as C. L. and J. L. Peek' -Lot* S. 8, 4.l' S, T. of th. Board. of County Commlwloner egatce*, distributees and all I persons hivinglalme an interest 'In ef tb* land hereinafter described r.m.T.t.Ar B. :Harry O.
8. 9. 10. 12. *8. 14, Blk. (4 Peak' From of Bradford County Florid.. will Introduce n agaInst. the Batata of Jonas Hall. de.ceaaed any .t.r.Ac\ Van
the realdent
cf each
of laid defend
if to avoid his She looked bill In the next session of th Leglslatnr. their jn'.J :
eyes. to 11100. *. are .hereby required to present H. Ilalman. John T fllltbrand.
nta unknown.GrecUnnl
around excitedly and taking Ted Bil 2C. L. and ... T. Peek. -Lota 1. 1. *. ,. U General or Special of the But* of Florid.. lalms duly authenticated to nndersltrnedwithin being ", W. T Hitnnlng, Fart f. Park.
Blk. (6 Peek's. add. From (100 to 600. authorising. the Board of County Co..mi. One Year or this t "will b* held Nel.. Young W. P. S. II Young,
ling's extended arm started in the di- 8. F. ffamriek-Loia' 1 2. S. 8 Blk. 28 loner.. of Bradford County, Florid*. I. in Bar thereto and all person Indebted You and each of you are hereby required I;. Collry. 'W. W. ( Francla
recton of the which .nr'r;: .n 8 of Blk S to land Una: J. O. At.varea and sell not mop. than 83000.00 worth aid Eetate arc required to pay their ..t to be and appear before the Judge of the Clr- Helen Rowcll. I'i. B. 8
doorway-beyond add. From (1200 to (266S. time warrant of said County to bear. into.'. debt. to the laid cult Court for the Eighth. Judicial Circui of rnll.Ra.hl.If. J. Orundmarcr. Dorey .
was the I, 8. ,. eat at th. rat of aim Admlnl.tral. lorthwlt Florida In and for Bradford .. the T.m.
star-flung night-and cars. J. W. Andrew and Son-Lota per cent per annum for Thl* day of ( Wm. J. Hadflcld all t
I CS bounded n by. Call st. E by. Court .t. In Cook- the puro. of purchasing and Initialling aajlectrlo lr S.ptbe.WILLIA.HALL g th day of October A. D, 1928 at th* court there la no the State 'n :
*.,.'. .d.1.. From (28(10( to 3600. : the Court QUID-HP. ... louse In said county. In Stark*: Florid, to service of subpoena person :upon : :
"That was splendid of you" Cur- W. H. Perkln.-Com. U ft. W. of 8W Cor. Starke, 0d County .l'ut1 nswer a hill of complaint exhibited In ..le said defendanta that la 1 Is "uld.v
ties began. Then he had heard the Call and Broadway. 81*. and run W 10S ft. S orlaln I County \ : MASTER'S SALE court by. Mary Adams Dicks and Emmett Z I the Complainant ': the laid named ; t.n'I
105 ft 8 106 ft N 106 ft. to beg. From (600 to levy a It'o than .. ante whose realdence and age. are un
E words that had pajsed with Anne to 1000. th* dollar Ih. taxable property Notice I. hereby. given that under and by D.dto.e County Telegraph a weekly I I to complainant Interested In lbs property .
I during the exciting M... Alice Humphrey On. lot com. at both real. and mixed. al.l virtue of that certain Iln.1 decree of fore.loeure ._ publ.h.d In Starke. BrKlford Involved In this. tilt.. *nd that complain.ant .
scene. NE Cor. Call and Broadway st*. and ran M county for two year for th* sole of made and the twentyninthay County.. Floid.. I hereby a* She know and ha not bean able
t "No, No," I brushed the compli- on Broadway. 110 ft E: 106 ft. S 170 ft. to retiring th. warrant with their Int of 1026 by. Honorable A. V. Long., newspaper In which thl'notlo.d..l.n.t be I In : whether any. of said known de.
I men* aside, "it's just that she isn't Call *t. W 108 ft. to .beg.. From (2000 to (2259. Said warrant to be parable. $ 'oo udge Au.t .. Judicial Circuit of Flor- ahed for four .. .kl.. I J'tar.. dead or alive, and that ft ta be.
W. B. Danuharty-Com. 167V4 ft. E of -NSCor. 1027 81800.00 April 1, 1828.H. In Chancery. .
da. In am for Bradford County The land described In the bill of eoraplslnt In aald awurn bill that
[ used to taking anything and even a Broadway. and Hoyt. it*. and run B: 108 I M. JOHNS In that eertaln ratia* therein pending between In thtos cause to quiet tltl. and lauD. aloud 1".v"1 I I. apcraon or era peraona Interested .
I little would go to her head." ft. N 106 ft W ItS ft. S 106 ft to ..... Mmb.r ef th* Florida Legislator lbs Complainant Ron*.. Hemneton and Com. hereto a. ,. Involved In euoh ..It. whose name
From 11&11 to 1200. l-l-It-I1S Bradford County. any. a corporation and agalnat the defendant lolllr.t of the South half ofSb. or name* and asia or *...and realdence
f I don't know why I apologized for W. E.: Daughteryl-Com.. 262 H ft. B! of NB J. V. Jonea and Ethel Jonea. the un"w.l"n' quarter.of Section twenty-three. are unknown to complainant; Therefore It

|Anne except that the suffering I had ("0.. Broadway and Hoyt it*. and N aid of PETITION FOR SCHOOL ELECTION Special Mailer In said cauic ...Norh..t South, Range Twenty-one. la ordered that tb said. known defendant
Hoyt .t N .i.08F1I: 62U ft 8 101ft .se.ute said Deere will on Monday the ,: who are named In this order, If and lying and being In Bradford h.rtlnr
( endured had given me the desire to W 260 Vj 8100.L. TO TUB BOARD OF PimLIO day. of October 1926. during th* l legal v.t.. Count living, partlea claiming Interest -
I protect any girl from the heart ache A. Davis. Jr,-Blk 1 In Oaskln add. TION OF BRADFORD COUNTY ISTUC of sale thereon before the Court house dor Witness my hand and the seal of laid under j. the 'I..I known and named da.fnmlnnta .

I of From 81600 to 2600. .. W* lbs undersigned taxpayer of Braokersubschool 1 in Starke Bradford ; Florida sell th* Court this (th day. of September, A. T>,. 1928. .to..ld. deeaaaed or. 011..1..and
being In NW >
gossiped about. L. A. Davla. Jr.-8V4 acrea district hereby petition yon to call following I described dnr'. In Bradford that persons .. .. or
f "Be that as it may Curtiss madean of NEW of SFJH being 84 ft. N and 8 by .n election to determine whether or not our County.. Florid, to ,'' bidder for O. W.of ALDERMANClerk of n. .1 alleged to b* and ..unknown to
Circuit Court
890 ft. E: and W. From (4000 to 7000. ated In
district receive district No. Eight and saab. to-wltf complainant' that may b* or are lntr ,
| Impatient gesture with his hand- B. O. and C. S. Holaendaorf-Com. at 8WCor fourteen.h.1 be with n*. elect All that portion of th* Southwest quarterof Bradford County. Flor.l. the property. Involved In this suit, draurihcil .
|that little movement I had to Madison and Myrtle. >ta. and ran S 108 three trustee* eneolld.t the mlllage to the Southwest q..rr ef Section Twelv By C. A. fnllowa. 1"lnA and being In Bradford County, P
grown ft. W 106 ft N 210 ft to Madison at thenc. aeacae.l. b,, South. Rang Twen (S..I) Deputy Clerk. Florida
know and ,'Jove so well, "the thing I E 210 ft to ..... From OOO to (1260. Signed. I ty-two To.hlp 122)) Kajt.: lying. on th* Beat aide of tho ). KNOlr. Starke, Fla. '1'h. to..I. quarter of Northeast quarter 5,, !
Ram most anxious to know is this B. C. and C. S. Holicndorf-Com. 210 ft. O. B. Colson.M. I right-of-way of the Georgia Southern and Solicitor 0-1 1.45-10-S "f Norh..t qitertttr. of Northwest quarter, ..n.1W.o
KL just S of SW Cor. Madison and Myrtle. at*, and P. Matheny. I Florida Railway. and containing Nine ((9)) Southeast quarter of Northeast
may I have a dance?" ran 8 on Myrtle. at 210 ft W 210 ft N 210 P. A. Crosby. I more or 1 lee*. NOTICE Qu. 1.1 Northwest q"arte and North half
"I'm sorry, put I'm afraid ft. E 210 ft to beg. In Casklna add. From E. M. Haien. Said sal* to b* made for of Northwest q".rlo, of Nnrh..o quarter
youtan't. (SO to 200. E. J. Lewie.J. the aatlsfactlon of aald I : lthle'*. In Circuit Court Fer Bradford Ceanty. State and Southwest quarter of N.rlh..t quarter
You see I haven't finished with B. C. and C. S. Holacndorf-Com. 219 ft, D. M. .f Florida. In Chancery. of Northweat quarter and West half, of Houth.
the fat and forty Directors. I'm only W of SW Coy Madlaon" and Myrtle. at*. and John : : Special .. In Chnery N. B. Hull and Kate est quarter of Northweat quarter of North.
run W 210 ft to Weatmorelaml at thence. beg. O. W. J. L. FRAZEB Llvlnan. weal half of Southweat quar-
) alf through the struggle now," I 8! on paid at 420 ft. E 210 ft N 420 ft. to H. P. Solicitor for Complainant 0-4-61-10-2 top of ::th'ttr and 1 East half of
sighed beg and dealgnated. on map of Casklna add. J. J. v* Southeast of
extravagantly" "put one must ... Clark 2A Blk. From (400 to (600. R. K.n. NOTICE TO APPEAR Jacob John*. e al. Northwest quarter, : d8 h.h'.Iu.ul.t ? ; .
fee> brave. I tried to be indifferent W. N. Johnson-8U. aerea In SEVi" of SEU J. R. C1.... Det.ndt.I of Northward quarter and North.
|and my voice sounded light. and 1 A In NEVl!: of SEViknown a. th. Blltcfi T. W. M..k. In nu" c.r lIsboN "ucd.1 Cbcl" T* Qale Tit. and R... (load. east .re of Southeast quarter of Northwest
To legal.
Place. From (SOO to (800.Green L. R. ( Floric rcpresentetlvea and half acre In the
And then, may I ?" he was very Cove Fumltur Co.-Personal. From J. C. Con.. .. Bl( sod aaslgn of William Crosby. d. ...0 I :r'toptn,: .r; all being In Section
uch In earnest now it seemed.Jim (1000 to (2000. L A, E Complainant the hair, devtaee* legal N.t.tV. l I II. ) huth. Itante Twenty.
And In compliance with said ordinance the C. W. assign of Jacob John. d..d. _I- two ((21) ,
afraid you're asking me beIffnuae board at a meeting to be held October th. 128 Roan Hodge V.I.ln. R. at at. denim of all of whom ara unknown, .nd.1 Also 1 Northwest quarter of Nnrttieaal quar.

I was more or less forced will bear reaoona from aforesaid propertyowner 5.15.55915PETITION ... unknown p.rtl. Intcmted In I.nd h..ln. ternf Section Three 18). Township Seven (7).
oup on .. If any there be why. th. vain 1 thereon Bill T. Rem*.CI.. Till sad Other titer __. Houth Range Twenl..w. ((29)) East. Also
I laughingly replied as I refer- a. fixed by th. board shall b* .baa..... RHo .Ad. On. lot of In 11.,1. being 240 ,.r
-d to the fact that I had almost been T. W. Sweat Eat!: .-Lota 2. 4. 0 and W14 FOB SCHOOL ELECTION It appearing from allegation of th Yon and each of 70n..0.. hereby requiredto North and Sooth 10 yard* Feat
Lot 1. (. 8, Blk. 28 Orig. Town. From (2700 T TI BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUO ,worn bi of .pl.lnt In the above c. I be and pper before th* Judg of the Clr Weat. lying and "being In Southeast corner
shed into his arms by Anne. ot '"00- I I BRADFORD COU FLA. that .ire of the defendants.Valentin nit Court for the Flghth Judicial of of th* Southeast quarter of the RoutheaatSuarter
,111 prove search for C. P. HOOVE.Ctmirnum W. the und.ruignad tag ."! R. Mary C. A. Brown anJW. "o.ld. In and for Bradford Co..I .. lbs Seeto" Twenty-nine. (29), T..h.
my you by of _... sub-ambool dtetrlet hereby petItlo. you W. 1"ln., and I dead then Rth day. of ) A. D 1028, .t the court ). Range Twenty-two. ( Jr
py brother here before that even C. A. I'11TCH .n oleotiois to _"" ..b.eVnot our I their hair, assigns, .. house In **Oct"r.,. (In Florida to containing seam more or (1)
drt. .1.1 consolidate all .d there I parson In St. Be. end they hereby era to
.It..t-I..I .
eurred he affirmed. Clerk anknon. newer a bill of In Mid !. .0
thrv. ..
and of to complainant the nhlblt In .
dl.trt. 1.I State Forid. .w court by. N. B. Hull and pear to th bill of complaint
Then he presented his brother who I NOTICE TO CITIZENS: tcrmln' .O. mlllajre to be aaseesedW'S'ined service of upon wh would bind Bradford County LI"n.t.T. kl,. cause on or .to. Monday 6th day of
onolldatd I is .believed
and .
I bad the perfect dt the said defendant otherwise the allegation .
manner of an officer by the complainant that the named deld ; of .bM'i i will b* token aa confessed by the
I and a gentleman. I admired lila .root.'i.U: :I* hereby giops that at th* next 'am. C. J. are Interested In the property .... Count IJJI"I"'f thenewspaper defendant.
straight kulaJatum. General, or Special upon S.H_ .alt. and complainant .tlece* that doe It to further ordered that this order .be pub.llabed .
; carriage'and clean-cut phy- the reonatt of th* Town Council of the W. M. HarrelL thl know end by and 'Inquiry' lahed for nnecvtlv 1 weakly lsnrTh each weak for four onsecutlv week*.
lefque. Not: at: sU. thought 1. the sort Tow ef Lawtey.' Florida. I win Int....... a W. H Harrell. haa not been able di.. .1 whether sag land described la the* bi of complaint In tho Bradford County Tetegraiifi a new*.-
bill anthortalnaT the Tewn Council of the J. of the defendant residence I is altegd In Shim cauee to quiet title remove aloud In County
| 0 f man who
would Indulge In gos- Tows of Lawtey.' Florida to leaoe from time O. W.. Barry. .. unknown. I is wb ,*. and. It to alleged hereto are a* followvi 'the : A. D .D'c.
) i unless he had som. good reason to time time warrant ef ald Town ef men. -(*'-" by the complainant la his .Wr bill 01 loin- East Three-quarter ef th* Southeast gsa. d rf. AL I

fIi.r'the; telling of denI..Uoube. council eeea fit bearing I plaint that her bdlevea ( irs persona In. to of th* Southeast of _.1 twenty.our. Circuit' Court.
same. ._.. rate of 1 lateraet net ..._In. aim per PETITION rOB ScHOOL ELECTION reeled In tIns sad| property Involved In this and the Nor, of th. By. C. A. KNIGHT
SWe chatted congenially for a few _t. per ..._ aad hamming. duo fa soak. TO THE BOARD OF PUBLIC ilt. whoa n name and ago and who** real1 I.I I. fortheaat quarter SesSion Twenty-five all (Seal) Deputy C""" .
taaoments.ft" time and npoo soak ondiUoaa aa aaay bo 4*. TION OF BRADFORD COUNTY INSRUC device are unknown to complainant I : In Township Six. South Rang twenty-on ... JOHNS a.Solheitor
termlncd by th Council to an amount not W. the undersigned tax payer ft Ziff nk.Mhol 1 .bill relief la prayed against inch East and Northwest quarter of Northwest lo Complainant' 8-4-t-10-2
was wondering if it: would be exccediac In th. .......ta Five ThooeaadDoltara. dlatrlct PIII. yon to aa election .unknown persona.THEREFORE narter, of Section (0. Township II... South,
Hulking too much for the family If I For th'* of refondln the to determine or net .1 dairies i It to ord.that .1 persona tange f Eaat. except portion thereof hereto NOT!OF SPECIAL LBGIILATIO" "
onUtandlnIndcbtedneaa of laid Town and consolidate with Brcoker .ub-.ehooi .hel named |I" this erd.,. I and I"a.allPomona lo e a end .lying. and being to given that .
I .
toobegged for a dance? he examincd for tb. pnrpoM of Improving the itreeta of to elect thro, trusts mad Sb. I i claiming .n Interest by. or n County, Florid lon of t'"l Legislature of the State of Florida
[ my card. tb amid Town of Lawtey, Florida. And _b. amount of mills,. to be lb. through the arid defenrfanta. .(0..1d .1 Wltnea my. hand *ml, the' sect of said court to b* .. drin. the month of November -
"Mast arising and cntpawerlnf Ik. Town CooacU .onaoiidta4 dteiris0. ..a. .eased be
a whale of a Board of Signet whomsoever, whoMwetwn. *.and W ALDERMAN for and enlargement
of th Town of Lawtey. Florida to levy a .
Directors" he S. 11. are alleged t..b* unknown complainantand Clerk of of of the and of the Board of Sand
teasingly declared.jLook tax aufflclcnt from time t. time on all ... a. L. p all whaae nm .to alleged a* CI.ul pcwere dat. .
Curtis, do these sound like able property .. laid Town for th Bole propose T. D. Dv.1. known wI.. to the Stateof Bradford By. C. Cnt. Ford. T.t.of empowering. sld ,, Ford.of i .o'hon
of retiring the warrant with their .. I. KNOH.
Bgaified and elderly C. 8. Keller. or i Interestedth Truatee* to taaue honde In a sum not to *' 4 2
officers of club ( )
a "' _'. Bald act to be ratified by a vote of H. R. Howard. hereinafter derlbed property. or *nypart SI Do.Ck
% you?" and he began calling offS the qualified. voter of th* Town .f Lawtey, H. P. thereof lying end being In Bradford E. KNIOHT. Starke. Fla. seed Four Hundred n"trm Thousand t of
Pad..e .
for th xtenclon
names written Florida. And I will\ also amend tb Charterof W. County.. Frld., described e* follows I Alell. for {o..p'.ina' 114t101NOTC of County.. h
opposite each fox th Town. .1 Lawtey.' Florida. by thtv :. Rough.C. ., Th. of the Southwest publr road *". B.'D.
f>t: and walti. Most of them L. the quarter .f Section 'a.r( 0 to repeal, a ._' act p. at the .ulU
: were of I.. to th town council the' right to levy on Llbtl Nnrt session of the A. D l 1921 2
F. (7), South Bingo Twentytwo .I.I..a. pf"d
linger men.TPwil real and. p.raenai property the n..ammrgamount 8. V.w. of
Circuit far Bradford bond
r. sum
of mlllac to tak car. of the. ni "2"1-" ((22)). EC C.. c1. 11.1 ing for a .u. .. .
1 ._ Dollar
Ellis claimed me and before of amid ......... Do .P. to th. said bill of complaint o. A.f 11..d.. .r Jilt, Tho..nel D. KNIGHT
Fifth day of October. A. I.
|rtu> could answer we were off. at M. JOHNS NOTICE OF OVAmoiAN IALMThirty o and .( due aor.* set CemplalaaaV Senator .. DistrIct
To Member of Lea-ktUtm from 12. ..da..d .. E. 84. JOHNS
( be claim
continued. or yon .
_ ) p-lt-MVll-U. Bradford County. ". .. dm,after date hereof .to-wHl HM I dash my have.t tb ahor oaecribed Alex R. Tlllla, a a Bradford Giant






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for their work there Is no time limit I of the legitimate broker and to af THE SOUND VIEW Eductalon Association are of interest.'t Rosier attended the tea'chen meet-

Bradford County Telegraph and that as it is done so will be the ford the investor all possible protection That organization states that the Ing at Gainesville Tuesday. and Wednesday -

,, ,, -- = = shape and course of human lives Influenced from fraud. With Florida at- The "Atlanta Cooperator" is the average salary of all teacher in the of last week.;

-=== '==. =- and directed wherever in- tracting thousands of people from all weekly bulletin of.the Cooperative large cities I. now just 97.8 per cent D. B. Browning and C. I* Hilliard

r Published weekly and entered as etructlon is given and education]I parts of the American continent, and Civic! club and it i* bright and of what it'was io/1913: judged by what were- business .visitors to Jacksonville

i. second class matter at the post made possible.-Times-Union. with a large percentage of the new- sparking and soundly logical. Frank it will purchase. The average salary, Monday. '

office at Starke Florida. comers prospective investors in Flor Maloney the editor write like a paid has risen from $5US to $721 a A large crowd from here attendedthe

_. _.. ..C' = .- = --= NO BEGGING ON STREETS ida promoter it is inevitable that a veteran in the profession, althoughhe year, an increase of 40 per cent. Since Union of churches at Union

..____-_-..- _____Own.r.I. great number of blue sky promoters is a lawyer. In the current issue purchasing power of the larger sum church Sunday.Mr. .
e. .. MATTHEWS No beggars are to be allowed to fake stock swindlers, confidence men the "Cooperator" had an especially Is less than was that of the smaller
_______. Editor. I
__ Mauilnc .
Mrs. Chas.
C. ROBINSON pursue their trade, profession, or, and unscrupulous land and stock op- sensible reference to the Florida situation sum, the increase becomes a decrease. and Harrison of

whatever they may call it, on the 'erators of every description will today. It said: The association also says that "the Jacksonville, were visitors here Sun-

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY streets of Jacksonville. It is entirely : flock to this state to get a share of "Let's get cooperatively right on the teachers' salary schedule In the long day.
W.; II. Thomas and
gamily of Jacksonville
--- -- possible that some very clever ones the money that is being spent here. Florida proposition. Let's geat run, more than other factor, deter- -
SUBSCRIPTION RATE may "put over" a "stunt" now and Already they have ,jmigrated here in around ou the proper end of the tele- mines the quality of the people at- who have spent the last few
here.with their,
authorities determined !j, no small numbers, and the coming the days parent., return
L60 then, but the are people and see the thing in its proper tracted to teaching profession"The their
$ ed to home Wednesday.Guy .
Per Year ------------- which has winter will witness influx
------ I that the nuisance a greater perspective Let's understand that salary schedule must determineto
... .._ 7B somewhat tolerated in tho I 1 I of them according to police and other extent the of Norman, of Miami spent last
Six Month .,._.. -??? been been Florida is the biggest asset Georgia I I a large preparation week here with his father and
past will not be allowed public protection agencies. has, that her prosperity is a boon to1 teachers and their disposition to remain Norman. N.

r The Information regarding hereafter'j([ Real estate men believe that wIth.trinlleni our Empire State of the South that In the profession. Starvation Misses and Myrtle; Norman

cision will no doubt be legislation such as has been the magnetism she is exerting is I wages are manifestly unfair to this were
shopping in Lawtey
and mendicants who have made it a I and is being enacted by the state and causing unnumbered thousands to class of loyal and useful public ser Saturday.

regular habit to follow the crowds i I the cities, augumented by publicity COME THROUGH GEORGIA to'sell' vants. They are also unfair to tho "
Orlando MrkC Don C. Bass
south when the chilly wInds blow In Jin the press of the north the mi- our sister state who could not bej,nationa'a children for they mean who injured'fast; of Cocoa -

the North East and West will go I I I I gratlon of swindlers to Florida will brought here with ANY other induce- starved education.-St. Augustine Re, a bomb, was xplode..hi'the night automobile when

around Jacksonville or merely leave Ibe kept at a minimum and illegal operations ments. Money could not buy for(;cord. which she
wasTstartlng: In that
their begging clothes in the will be followed by prosecution city,
A ward'I'I Georgia the kind and quality of advertising WOODLAWN will always be'lame/accordlng to the
in the courts.
trunks while sojourning
robe Florida is
/ showering on us physician'at
attending local
I The Jacksonville Real Estate Boardis a hospi
q A Gateway City. gratis right now. Her tourists
are our Woodlawn Sept. 17Rev. D. L. tal where she was 'rushed following
Thirty or more organzations associations offering strong co-operation in the guests of today-and our potential
Phillips spent lost week at Thereaia the explosion. Mrs. Bass Is in the
No. 4954 and Institutions with phil- movement to keep real estate in the citizens of next year. Upon that basis l the guest of relatives.Mr. I' hospital with both ankles broken and

(Membership In National Highway anthropic feautres have undertakento clean in Florida and Is planning to American sporting-principle of 'May| and Mrs. C. R. Denmark of i: the bones in one of her heels badly

AiioeUtion) combine and use their efforts'I assist actively in enforcing the new the best man win, we can but applaud Jacksonville, spent the week-end here crushed. She will be confined there
strongly to keep the beggars off the state registration and license law. Florida and tell ourselves that if I "
TEACHING AN ENORMOUS the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. some time, the physician stated and
: strets. coming into S
RESPONSIBILITY Every beggar FLORIDA vs. OTHER STATES Georgia Is to flourish likewise we I I it will be months before she can walk

the city will be promptly taken In! must emulate Florida's example, and I Mr. and Mrs. John demons of MIami y[ The sheriff of Brevard county stated
individual hand by the municipal authorities and The best in the show the world what have here
Teachers every memberof proof world that we -- spent several days here last over long distance telephone this

one of the noblest of professions I' if found worthy of assistance turned Florida Is attracting attention is af- and if we do that we will, ere long I week the guest of relatives. They were morning that no motive for the placIng -

assume a very grave reeponeibliltyi over to one or another of the many I> forded by our: neighboring and other be asking Florida to stop unthinginj accompanied home by their grand- of the bomb in Mrs. Bass' car

I the moment they step into a school agencies; prepared to handle them j, states. Florida has not wanted to practices, unseemly criticism and un-i, daughters, Misses Pearl and Mildred had been determined. He said that

room and take up the duties of teach- Temporary assistance only Is pro I, profit to the injury of other stated. founded rumoring like those which Norman who will enter school there. 1 an Investigation was being started

: ing boys and girls. There is no work mlaed, as it Is well known that every I Florida is merely coming into her unfortunately have gained root in Misses Debbie Phillips and Ruby immediately.

that is more serious more fraught state In the Uion has its elemosynary I own. Florida people desire just as limited areas hereabout of late. Flor I -- .
--- -- --- ----
with good or evil results, nor is there institutions, and can well afford to'' much the prosperity of all the Southern ida, we greet you. We are glad of ---- --

any work that carries with it more, I take card of their Indigent citizens.I States, but our neighbors are not. your prosperity. We deem ourselves' -

The unworthy-and this Is probably'the pursuing the wisest it fortunate in being ,
or even so much of, responsibility.It policy seems I'D perforce your
is work that deals with human great majority-will be given permission us, when they attempt any means, to j I gateway. Prosper on." | PROMPTLYINMAN

is to move on, quickly and something thwart our growth. That we should
lives, than which there nothing We heartily recommend this spiritit
;, more precious, in their formative per I promised in the way of farm and will continue to grow Is inevitable is a sane, and well tempered re- :, &. PITCH

iods. Aye, it is work that is wroughtin : work urder supervision if they linI and the state that would waste buke to those who find nothing but REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

the hearts and minds of boys and "er.I I its time by attempting to stop this expressions of envy jealousy and malice I INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE,

girls, soon to be the men and women I Begging, on the streets is one of certain growth, certainly hasn't muchto toward a great oister state because ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE,

to whom will be assigned the various the most annoying features of city life.. do. it is prospering. i BONDS LIABILITY
It is not nearly so prevalent in America But they are helping
tanks by which they must live and us grow. Theyare
Florida will have '
I I as elsewhere, it exists in to meet mas- ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
by which must be carried forward tho yet practically giving us advertising free of
all places of size and is. charge and mnny conditions that are not
any on the front
of hun-
of human-
enlightenment, progress/ pages healthful due to the present Florida I .. .
|particularly disagreeable and notice-! dreds of -. --- -.- -- - -- -- -- -
ity, or, for lack of which, there must : newspapers. We thank them --
( stampede, but It be to'
able In the resort sections. As for this may expected :
"' retrogression failure and mis- suggested though they do not Intend It. I
come do this -
it is
just as paying her high-
previously, a very large num-| The latest is from Virginia where
ery. t, ber of professional beggars are well- Governor Trinkle ways and developing her opportunities .

How enormous, then, Is Without the responsibility to-do and some of them are rich, but the exodus to Florida becoming, l is considering alarmedat -with tire proper spirit of state J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
of the teacher. realization wide progressiveness. Atlanta
they find it to make the
easy money by calling of a special session of
:. \ of this responsibility there Constitution. .
displaying some deformity and whim- the legislature to
consider the so-call
J 1 can be no thoroughly good work ac- i I lag an appeal for help. Numerous ed problem. I INSURANCEAGENCY
complnhed by those who engage to I TEACHERS PAID LESS
I Instances have been told of where the : A recent article in the Washington _
.. teach but much of harm. It is comparatively i
,, tramp picked up here or there, la Herald divulging this interesting fact
, -r easy. to assign lessons and found to have money and check books ;j' Is self explanatory. We'll reciprocate There has been a general feelings' ESTABLISHED 1886
hear But that is not '
recitations. '
under his and in that teachers' salaries in this country'j
rags no good reason to part by giving Virginia
teaching. Very much more Is expected some have '
been increased
( quite generously
give why he should not work for n licity. The article follows: '

arid required of every teacher living. Richmond Va., Ail*. 20.-Florida's in recent years although few persons ,i STARKE FLA.
been In the ,
has indicated
as Jacksonville go so far as to consider teachers
will not need boom result in ov-
any Dtp-: may a special session I
paragraph. Teaching real teaching gars to make the streets lively this of the Virginia assembly to providea erpaid. In this connection some recent I
., Is training, which is even more important fall studies made by the National i ..
than giving instruction. The i or winter. There is really no excuse publicity fund to offset the tre-
for anyone to beg on the streets; mendoua loss of Virginia citizen. I -- iii
beat of school training,
room as
. .' of it very is recognized today includes mind the many ways in which the needy and Governor Trinkle has been asked to
deserving I can obtain assistance make call the legislators
at once to authorIze
hearts and handa not
; and making
Zt: this
public demand for alms
a large
i I unneces- expenditure to be administered -
only a complexity of work for the
i sary. The announcement that by the
beg- Virginia State Chamber
teacher, but, also, presenting a task
gars will be kept off the of Commerce.
streets in
This body, however
J. of unequalled seriousness In its con I
Jacksonville will mean something; to opposes the session
1':, sequences, at least. The old adage, as unneces
the "profession," and those who sary. Trinkle favors
...' "As the twig is bent, so is the treerft' innocently the move.
undertake to solicit alms here In the
appeal made for immediate Wilson
Inclined, Illustrates the
significance will find that the city is not hard- advertising, the Company'sGREAT
| promoters of the
J of what just hall been said.
; hearted. Where it
is clear that charity campaign state hundreds of Virgin I
. It being true that teaching carries
can be dispensed the needy] ians are liquidating their investmentsat
( with it such very grave responsibility ,I visitors will be helped in a practical home and takng the money with

jf." how Is It possible to meet that responsibility i way. Almost anyone able to travel them for investment in Florida. i I

,. othewlse than by being: to Florida is able to do some little According to a prominent Norfolk'

.;. prepared for It, by being not only work, and there will be opportunity I real estate operator Virginia faces ,
!If, qualified the art and science of giv offered. a i
J The mendicant will certain :serious loss of capital and citizens if''

; ins instruction, but by having Imbedded ly avoid Jacksonville after a first :Immediate action is not taken. I

, in the human consciousness! of I taste of munclpnl attention.-Times- I The Virginia State Chamber
of I
the true teacher the nrnnnr nnn<>flnt II If I Union. I
I :Comerce suggests a state advert.I.. I
tr and pint of reafnt-each-I'g; Call Ul '
, BLUE SKY | ing campaign backed by the cities Fall Festival
inspiration, or love, or whatever ono HIT BY I and commercial organiations of Viri Style

.; may, the fact stands out prominently STATE LAW EFFECTIVE OCT. ginia, with state aid, but demurs be--

'I' -that no one can be a teacher in Presumably 'I cause of the proximity of the .
inspired by the regular
p new
the truest of the j
I sense word, or in session
at the
Florida real estate I expense of
registration and a special j
f worthy attainment without it; that license law which became I meeting.

-A h, to be a real and successful teacher October 1, the city councils effective of West I Major Leroy Hodges/ managing diI -
one must have in the work to be dono rector of the I STARTS
Palm I I Virginia
Beach and Lakeland backed Chamber has A
;i ,
all of soul and ns much of mind as Issused .-
; can be brought into by the realtors In those two cities, l declaring that
I' I this week have adopted city ordinances -l I I I Virginia has nothing to fear from the
The real teacher studies the childmore
I requiring higher license fees I II I 1 I present Florda boom. lIe said:
j than the latter
studies books
j for real estate brokers and salesmenI "What state, other than Vir-
t and worns out problems. Unfortunately -i I( requiring that brokers and salesmen I ginia, of all the states of America Sat. Morning Sept. 26 1925

; ; !1 tho school system, that aims to i furnish bond to insure the legitimacyI haa within its borders a ,
give Interaction to
as as
many possible their Jamestown a Yorktown and
I operations, and applications an
I by the fewest possible number .
.fK1 for brokers' and salesmen's licenses. Appomattox; or a Hampton
<*, ; of teachers makes this necessary Roads its
News seaboard
of this action
was contained In ; a valley
t child-study well-nigh Impossible-no I of
; between
I dispatches received by the Florida Its moun
teacher .
do e. t
can Justice to himself or taro
Tmes-Union yesterday, and it Is ranges and the vast mineral ..
: I herself the
or when the
, pupils
of its
to be followed by similar western part?" ..
of the
latter In the
various clan
. 'i I "Again what ,
/ I I in other Florida cities. state has within
' rooms, or school rooms Is excessive, its
The a Mount
movement S
.." precluding individual attention by the to place the real estate Vernon an
trade of Florida under additional Arlington and a Monticello. And

for that teacher successful funds, such Is highly It is essential argued I j I I'J' i estate restrictions boards has of been the state fostered and by is aimed real as what these state is with located such possessions within 600 Greatest Sale of Fashion Right Mer- '

are not sufficient to
em- miles of
' ( to combat nearly 50,000,000

ks s, era ploy avoidable., and the necessary that What over-crowding number of is teach-un and same, blue objective sky lot,shoestring the selling.Putnam speculation With County the ities with both unrivalled in its recreational mountains people and facil-on chandise Ever Offered the People ,of

oil a crime against the its seashores
Real Estate

If. manhood-saving and a womanhood few paltry of the dollars future -, public subdivision committee Board to and has investigate created all a his"Truly back, the upon person the who turns Central l Florida. Don't forget the date.

and prospects bring about undeveloped
thereby providing human wreckage
the recording of plats of all such de- resources of Virginia for the
boys and girls deprived of the velopments.The elusive will-o'-the-wisp
education and
training should
they tendency to keep the real *, North West South is
Jiave, going out into the world improperly estate ,
business ope blinded to
of Florida out of the opportunities right 26th 1925
equipped for the work that Saturday Sept.
mire of illegitimate operations has here at home, greater than those
S. calls to be done effliciently and
to be found ,
Is It grown steadily. during the last two anywhere else in the
ily. wonder
lacking in any worth-I years, and culminated in the adoption Wo..ld.-Key West Morning Call.
so very many
by the last
legislature of the NOTiCe: or
there '
are so
many J'OR TAX
bill fostered by the Florida DEED UNDKR
Association :
workers Are the teachers to blame, of Real Estate Boards require GENERAL STATUTES
or Is the at fault -
system ing the registering and licensing of NotlM .ta .......,. !
Without any doubt, some of tha I all real estate brokers and salesmen r.n... pnrahutr of taxeeertlflelatt. 8N. .L.W-Ml.
hoblest and most worthy of God' in the dat.d th- 4th day of July. A. D. 1911. IUM
state. .
With the registrationand fUd Mid Mrtlfinu In off?.. aad
creatures have been and are teachers mr fcu I
serving the people in the license requirmemenU are certain mid.........application.. with" ln..far. Bald U* d4..rtiflat..mbts.r to _a. In u.
publicS, other restrictions which will be the
en- following cMrllxd
schools and in the colleges proBrtr.Itnatxt In
forced by a state board created by Bradford County riorUa. "to-wit.
versities. They those teachersIn Two A._ In NW .
are the Cor 8W1-4 of NWI-4. Wilson
new act, and violations of .
anyprovisions 8** IS.Twp 13 E. CompanyGAINESVILLE
what consciences is the feelingof i Ia'If..rR::
of the law will be prosecuted Th. Mid aawaMd at the data .(
responsibility a realisation that in the county courts. Real the l uane. ol Booh tortifteat In lies um of
Robert Oalo.Union .
they are engraved in engraving on human !
boards of the state have pledge Mid aortlflcato ..ballie\ ndoomad ...
hearts and minds that which i is ed their members to see that the ma 1 cordinc to law. MX d..d will. \ law thoroon on
enduring realisation that the fth day of Ootobor. A. D. IMS.
endlessly ;
chinery of the law is WltntM FLORIDA
new operated my official aiciutur\ and ml thai
the bird day of Soptombor. D. tell. ,
effectively.This .
Tie Qhiae Thai Docs Not Affect"* Real O. W. AJ.DSUUI _
sae of Its tonal' end laud.effect T.VC state and municipal legislation clerk Clranlt Court. Brad
: BKOliO OU1MIMK CUblri.) can be t..w governing the real estate tradeIs ford County. riorMo.By .

Isit.5'.d' k.w uGwvt;solenaattuue'La.Ia' expected to enhance the position' e js-lt-ll" C. Dvpaty A. KNIOHT Ctork.

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xml record header identifier 2008-10-29setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Bradford County telegraph.dc:subject Newspapers. -- Starke (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Bradford County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher L.C. WebbL.C. Webb,dc:date September 25, 1925dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)579551 (ALEPH)sn 95047406 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- StarkeUnited States of America -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida