Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
October 2, 1925
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year. $1.50; Sit Mouth, 75c. :-Payable _in Aa.ana_ r E. S. Matthews. ,,Owner.

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I Coffin I* Defendant la Bitter Attack CLEAR WATER JUDGE Coupe Belonging' to Floyd Green TERM AUTO TAX STARTS IN 1928 Road Department May Have to CurJ' MOVES FISH ''.

SEEKS AMENDMENTSTO Pinned Occupant UnderneathLest ,. Fractional Feewrn"De Charged tall Operations All Over State \I FROM DRY LAKE TO
r Washington, Sept. 20.-Declaring INDUSTRY
t that Howard E. Coffin and his personal GUARDIAN RULES Friday midnight a StuU I Half and Quarter Year. I Tallahassee, Setp. :.10-Road construction PROTCET-

I associate are largely responsible coach driven by W. H. Weller Jr., of Tallahassee Aug. Beginning in Florida Is being sertously State Officer Inventlgat Use of MnsI -

, for the 'unsatisfactory state Jacksonville! Sept Amendment Tampa and the Ford coupe of Floyd affected by the Inability to ob- i set Shells Feet Button
with the calendar automobilists
of -
: of the nation's air defense Captain H. of> one of Florida's general laws which Green of Starke, crashed on the year 1926 tain necessary rock according to the I'

I L. Scaife former Goverment investigator _s working a hardship upon infants, highway some three miles north of under a recent legislativeact State Road Department. 1 Tallahassee Srpt. 22._ State
will be allowed rebate in obtaining
and Dow a lawyer in Washington minors and insane persons where Starke the lighter Ford car over- J licenses a the Projects on highways In several Game Commissioner 1. D. Rayall returned
i owned by them is being turning and pinning its occupants operating as year to his office today from
today addressed a leter to Mr. property advances sections of the state are being help up a trip
Captain R. A. Gray assistant
; Coffin demanding his mediate resignation I bandied by a guardian has been suggested underneath while the front of the state reminds, because of lack of material, it was to Gulf and Calhoun counties where
from President Coolidge'a aircraft by John U. Bird of Clearwater Stutz was badly damaged and one comptroller, I, said. he went to investlxate the operation
Florida autoists. |
board. county judge of Pinellas county wheel crushed. I of persons who were reported to betaking
Under the new law, onl a halfyear's i The road department gave out the largo of
quantities fresh
If apologists for existing conditions to the Florida Development Board in Mr. and Mrs. Green and children' waster
fee will be charged after July >following summary of the situation. mussels and clams from
have in dead
, are permitted to sit the the hope that movement to were severely shaken up and bruisedIn '
board which tomorrow will begin on its the Legislature in special session in':, { the accident Mrs. Green suffering 1, and a fourth of a year after September 'I "On the East Coast L, M. Gray, at I lakes. One man wan found to have

investigation into the aircraft situation -I. November accomplish that end bo also from two broken ribs and Is 30. New Smyrna declares his forces are six ton Of shell which, ho planned to

i Captain Scaife charges "The, launched Immediately.The I still under a physician's care. Mr. Wel Total applications for automobile Idle because: he has had no deliveries ship to a TenncHHibutton factory.

, cold facts and burning statistics section whose amendment iSI 1 lee, who with a companion was mak privileges handled by the comptrol- |In a week. C. F. Lytle holding a Before shipment the clams are

i l might ns well be thrown in a waste.' ought Is No. 3977, relating to the I ing the drive from Tampa to Jacksonville ;! 'ler's department this year including : contract in the same section likewise searched for pearls n few of whichare

\i bascket. I' sale, encumbrances lease of real I i with the new Sluts has been '' \duplicate and transfer tags will num- I complains he Is unable to obtain rock found. The people' of Gulf and

estate and personal property of such i confined to in the Windsor i I i her approximately 305,000, Captain shipments. On road No. 8 where tho Calhoun counties object to taking the
Captain Scaife declares in his ]letter I Under the present law 1 Hotel since the night of the accident. Gray said. The work of clearing up I department has three contracts, one bivalve I in such large quantities as it

; that since the war the United!I which persons.prohibits certain things permitted Both drivers claim the other was the calendar year's business of 1925is : I I with the Myer Construction Company 'disturb the fishing in the lake,..

II States has expended $500,000,000 for by other states, Judge Bird doi i at fault, and Mr. Green has filed suit i now being completed. The net and twq, with H. E. Wolfe the contractors These lakes are famous for their

. aviation "with' nothing to show for clares there have been numerous in1 1 for 5,000 damages. Mr. Weller has tags Issued, he said will approximate)I assert they are unable to shell cracker bream which according s.j jI
1 ft America
f y except tailing the aviation .anees where such property virtually i employed Col. E. M. Johns to represent 300,000, or nearly a million more | carryon the work. On the same ;
procession less and of other nations" which has been confiscated. I him and posted bond to release than in 1921. Last }car's receiptswere road where the Icpartment itself ,s with which they crack the shell of ..

spend get more. I his car which was attached by Mr. 2471000. laying rock the same situation ob the small mollusks and feed upon this '
Section No. 3973 relating to Investment -
The American "Aviation Bureaucracy Green. I I In looking hncn. !Into the records, tains. dainty. Theso fish attain a weight
j "
," according to Captain Scaife of money by guardians also found "In : of from three to three and a halt
should be amended Ju is responsible for this condition and clares. The present law provides that I GASOLINE LEAGUE TO FIGHT every year's receipts since 1922. Tn work l is being done by the state road 1 pounds. '1]

wages relentless war upon its op securities taken by) guardian shall AGAINST LEGALITY OF TAX 1923 there was a 27.4 gain over 1922 : department has been hampered and The Commissioner found the water \

;ponents. a 26 for 1924 over 1923, and this year' delayed by its Inability to get!; ma- 'of some of the lakes of the section[
Colonel William Mitchell he asserts mature net exce3ding one year from i' Opposition to Freight Rates Won in It will be around 30 per cent it was 't Three extra forces have been''had' : receded leaving sloughs which "-

is not the only martyr amon,: ther! dcte. Judje Bird points out that j, Appeal to Federal Body. j stated. j put on by the department to do, this were teeming with fish
because there is little
those who would bare the truth. very money j' work and put three crews to work In Cult
these forces
idle half
borrowed in this country for a shorter Bradenton Sept. 29.-Following! Before the establishment of field are I I andlie
"I am prepared to furnish to any the men by the comptroller's department the time. On road 13, in Clay county Calhoun counties ditching from
period than a the law forces I, a victory in obtaining lower freight ,
committee which sits with none of aptain Gray said, the receipts known as the Mnxvlllo road It Is said the nearby shallows to the Chlpol ;
I i. guardian to be always looking for investments 'rates on gasoline: from Texas, Louisiana I
the members cloud and that F. S the 1 River in Gadsdcn county. Two crew
of ,
a names whereas Le should be permitted and Oklahoma points to Braden- exceedingly low. Since a careful Whitney contractor Is
witnesses to the being held back. 'were started to transferring the
prove following check has been similarly
to obtain a good Inveotment ton, the Sixteen-cent Gasoline League possible however h* ,
.C, cases among many as illustrative ot said, steady gain has resulted. "Tha situation Is !squirming fish some of which: were
a apparently
confined -
.nd let the money stay as long us the will go into court Thursday before
the methods employed to silence and !i Many automobilists unable I to for Sarasota bans weighing as much as flftooa
; security !s /good. I Judge W. T. Harrison with arguments I are to no one section at -
discredit those who have voiced cora- obtain operating privileges becauseof and Punta Gorda the Broadbenti1, pounds.
Judge Bird ages( tint jurists and against paying the State tax of four
,'} plants wrote Captain Ccaife. | Thousands of fish will be saved by
: improper procoedure In ilI Construction I
attorneys throughout C.o:; State examine cents per gallon on the gasoline it getting I Company reports no
"1.-Maj. William L. Kenly. head Captain Gray said between frock shipment and contends It Is this work. It demands Immediate at
l'.- the two cections ,f the general ]I handles on a co-operative basis. 1 I cen"eII. I
'{. of the Bureau of Aeronautics, demoted statutes In qjoation anJ aas:st In I I The case Is docketed as the Sixteen- 10,000 and 15,000 such cases are on being seriously delayed. I| tention and will necessiatate the post.ponment *

to a colonelcy after testifying be- pointing out to Governor Mat'.in the : Cent Gasoline of Bradenton vs the hand now, he said. In a great many, "The chairman of tho State Road of a proposed trip of Com

fore a Senate committee as to conditions defects in then in o.--ler that the Governor i Comptroller of the State of Florida 'such Instances he added, car owners I Department is in daily communlcatlon !|'I ml loner Royall to the Southern

_ I(:, in the Army air service. might include in his call for, and the league, through its attorney block action of the county authoritiesby with the transportation companies !,,. part He has of made the state official until visits a later to thirty.I datil..

"2.-A colonel who was penalizedfor the special session a refeence too L. B. Womack will conterd that It stating that they have made application the railroad commissioners and three
of Florida's
testifying that there were n them along with a recommendation' Is not liable for the State tax. |i but that .such application the contractors are doing everything sixty-six counties.

'{, American made fighting planes In that they be amended. The theory that tho League is not has been "unaviodably" held up.ELECTION possible to relieve the situation. One I J. J. DICKISON CAMP! HELD'MEETING

:. France by being deprived by the War liable Is based on the law's provision day It appears the situation is brght- TUESDAY

Department of receiving decorations SATURDAY. OCTOBER 3. that whore a private individual a OF OFFICERS FOR ening, and the next it seems critical I i -

which a foreign government soughtto METHODIST ORPHAN company or c orporation buys at BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY again. If It does not improve short- I I, J. J. Dlcklson Camp United Confederate

;::' bestow upon him for overseas ser AGE "WORK DAY" wholesale and bring the gas into the The and business I ly, the department will bo forced to Veterans met In Starke on
vice. state in unbroken packages for private of program the Baptist discontinue letting contracts calling,', Tuesday, at the courthouse and the

I J- "3.-A major in the air service who Work Day la ; day set apart by use and does not retail the com, was held Monday missionary afternoon society at-, for rock construction and confine its meeting called to order by Captain
the Florida Conference of the Methodist operations to surveying locating roads Commander W. T. Weeks, at 10
confined modity It is not liable for the tax.
was to an insane war hospital I the home of Mrs. W J. Epperson., I j
Church when everyone from tho clearing, grubbing and grading. However o'clock. Prayer was offered by Chap
after making complaints and afterwards I In this case the attorney will set upI ; The election of officers resulted '
restored to duty when the small Sunday school child to the old I that the League Is a collection of In- follows: as there will be not let-up in the i I I'I lain L. W. Kickllter.,

'. case was brought'to the attention of saint in the church is to set apartone dividrals buying co-operatively and | President-Mrs. W. J. Epperson.1st determination to see the problem of After reading of the minutes ot
day in the in which the linking! the unfortunate Is ''last meeting the following comrades
General Kenly. year earn- | distributing it only among themselves i vlce-preeldent-Mrs. F. A. up gaps
ings of that day or the equivalent and not selling to outsiders. The ,I Scott. solved." answered to the roll call: W. T.

4.-A member of the LaFayette thereof is to be donated to the Methodist I state, represented by either Attorney- Weeks, I). J. Byrd, J J. Dubose, S. F
.,Y Esquadrille who was declared insane 2nd vlce-pre.ldent-Mrs. G. W. Al REALTY Morgan L. V,. W. II. a
Orphanage at Benton Springs, I I General Buford, or someone designated derman. TRANSFERS I Kickllter Dow
after warning the men he was train Fla., where there hundred children ling, It. N. IovHfitV J. W. Osteen L.
are a by him will try to show that tho
ing of defects in aeroplanes made being cared for by the charitably League is a retailing organization. In' Secretary-Mrs. George C. White. Jesse Thomas to Anne G. Murrheo40 F. Gay A. J. McKinney, W. J, Dukes,
the Curtiss Mrs. H L. Brownlco. '
by -
Company and after disposed people of Florida. I the of the law. acres 12-6-22. 'I J. T. Jones, S. S: Proctor, W. C.
he informed eyes A most helpful and letter I
was that this would Inspiring
hap Sarah
The day set apart this is Saturday Jane Coburn and husband to. Kerce. I
year When the tax was first discussed, ,
pen to him if his activities did n*l t October 3, when the membersof > Manager F. G. Turner of the Leagued from the former president Mrs. A. Annie E. Kiesewether acres 21-6- :, After transacting the business ot
Darby of
cease. Gainesville
the Sunday schools, churches an I in a letter to Comptroller Ernest Amos was I 22. tho camp the veterans marched to
5.-A pioneer aviator, who since friends are invited to participate i 111eeleb1'l1ting I set forth that the League was not I'M. to the society. Jasper Dell and wife to D. E. I I the Woman's Club where the ladle
Mrs. A.
the ordered E. Wall had of
war was to perform a charge Knight-40 acres 8-6-22. of the W. T. Weeks U.
by actually giving the i. liable for the tax in that It donI I ,, Chapter D. C
duty which carried with it eminent I program her subject being A. W. ''' .
Anderson had
price of one day's and wife to Edith'B. prepared sumptuous dinner
waxes: or income, not retail but merely buys for and Is.
risk of death. Coming through thii or more to this worthy cause. I| tributes its of members. "Stewardship j| of Personality; Prayer Phelps-120 acres 18-6-22. I I I Hostesses, Mrs. J. M. Ilrownlee, and 1
he I among group Time. Mrs. J.
later M.
was framed up and thrown The idea is that each member i is The Comptroller referred the matter I Brownlee and Mrs, Bloxham Ward and wife to Dank Miss Amelia Ray. The ladies were +
of Government I L II. Eastman each
out employ. to take or send the amount of these''I j to Attorney-General R. H. Buford took part on this I of Stark-Block 23 In Brooker. given a hearty vote of thanks for theIr

:, "6.-The Chief legal advisor of the earnings to the Sunday school Interesting program. C. R. Jones and wlfo to DeWitt C. efforts.
or who gave it as his opinion that the I Ii
Army Air Service who was dischar' church October 4th in I I At the, close of the meeting the! Jones-Lots 248 BIk. 22, Starke.
an envelope> League is In
i i effect a retailing or-1
;I I hostess served punch and wafers. FLORIDA IIUNTKIIH WILL
ed '
appearing before a Sena e provided the previous Sunday or by' therefore I G. W. Snellgrove to Lyle BabsJln-
; ganlzatlon and Is liable fori
The society will meet next FIND GAME
committe where he I 20
testified tha check on in any way and the officials I acres 14-6-22.
e i the tax; whereupon the matter was 1

belonging 122 carloads to of the materials U. S. Gorvernmen and plane will the see that it Is sent to the treasurerof I taken into the courts for adjudication 1 i, of afternoon Mrs. II., 3:30 L.: Brownlee.o'clock at the home acres Vide 30-5-21.Nlckles to M. L. Cl'ew.-RO I Coming Season Opens November 20,
special fund.
The case is another step of the' i Says Royall.
and valued at $800,000 had mysteriously We should] work 'j{ I
toward this
end. I league including a fight for a tower CLASS MEETING MANY SOLONS ON I
disappeared from the Elizabeth The children of our households shou'd! I freight rate on gasoline here. Tallahassee, Sept. 26.-Hunters In

.- N. J., plant of an aircraft compan; be encouraged to earn their own L I I The rate which up to this time, |I The girls who ;;members of Mrs., CAPITOL VISITS Florida during the cominjfsca.on. opening

controlled by Japansese bankers." small amounts The young folk has been $1.15per hundred pounds,, W. J. Epperson's Sunday school clam' Tallahassee. Taken on Aspect of Legb! l November 20, are going to find

Captain Scaife's! letter is replete should be asked to interest themselvesIn i I from Texas points to Bradenton will i'' met Friday afternoon at the home of tive Session Again. game of all kinds more plentiful thanin

with specific instances which he cites the plan. The real earners, the oM 1 hereafter be 68 1-2 cents which will 1 I their teacher and spent a pleasant several years, Is the text of reports

to demonstrate Mr. Coffin's unfitness folks should follow the example of: I;' also apply to Oklahoma points, while and profitable afternoon. Tallahassee-The Capital for the p reaching J. B. Royal! state

to serve on the President's board. the children and interest themselves i 11 i!t I the rate from Loulsana producing I I After attending to class bu.IM811and past week has taken on the aspect ofa game .commissioner, from deputies

'. The former avaition officer/ even In the "Work Day" proposition. points Is lowered to 63 1-2 cents, likewise I' a study of the lesson, the hostess legislative session. A number of I over the state.

questions whether the chief execu The benefits of the Orphanage ire the rate Is made retroactive saving took the girls to a local drug storeand lawmakers from over tho state havo Commissioner Royal added that

._tive, in making Mr. Coffin's appointment non-sectarian. the League some $502.37 tariffs \ treated them to delicious Ice been In the State) House on business, MM personal observations confirmed

\. '' .<. r "had the benefit of the information Let us make this a sureenoughselfdenial already paid. on i I cream. with the different departments. The the reports lie reiterated his urg

have" which he was entitled to gift. Do good for the salt*. News of this reduction in rates was, '. The class members present wero salons include Representatives Ezelle, Iraq to hunters that the (game limit

concerning the aircraft man'. of doing good; for the sake of our received by Manager F. G. Turner, Lena Belle Shepard, Leila Dea Andrews Nassau; Senator Gillls Walton; Son he observed, so that Florida's" wild
activities.Mr. I I
needy orphans; for the Jake of Hl-n of the League in a telegram fromM. Thelma Silcox Inez Tomp- ator Tumbull, Jefferson; Senator Mr \
Coffin and his associates ac who said: "Of such la the Kingdom of C. Jones, of Clearwater rat ex ins, Grace Coleman and Louisa Hayes. Randall Rowe, Madison; and Senator tibly diminish.

cording to Captain Scaife produced Heaven." pert who was retained by the League Knight Bradford-Union. A law intended. to make hunting
droning the war only "A dismal failure ARTICLES FOR PUBLICATION J. Hlnton Pledger of the Depart regulations uniform over the state
which the CONSTABLE'S: RESIGNATION several weeks ago to obtain a lowerate r : !MUST BE SIGNEDI
Jives" cost co-iatry countless. so this section could enjoy the i l ment ',f Agriculture, has been .seriously and eliminating the conflict of local

$750,000,000 despite for the expenditure of Jacob J. Johns'has been ACCEPTED low charge of Sanford and Orlando. I I The Telegraph has received an ar- ill at his home here for several I laws with state game laws, will b* j
aircraft. advised by days Mr. Pledger Is In charge advocated by him at the coming
Since the Governor Martin that Mr. Jones went direct to the Interstate tide signed "By a citizen but asj special
war the letter his of
resignation the citrus
charges, division of the legislature
commission with the citizen! failed to sign his 1 It department session Mr. Royal
commerce, th name,
as e V
$433,000,000 constable for this distriit j
appropriated for has
aviation been i, and his absence has been great said. <
matter, and .* result of his showing cannot be published unless he
"has passed over the wheel to join received and accepted. For several a a comes ly missed right Late
the rate has been forward wth his signature. "Cltlzen" i. now. report)
the brimming years this district ordered. SCHOOL
river and "the same has been without from the bedsde were to the effect WILL OPEN UMINUTEi
paytriots' who a justice of the Between two and three thoaunddollars. apparently believes ha has I a
ti. shared in disbursement peace as the spoils] that he was somewhat Improved.Supel'VlRor : EARLIER
month will be saved just complaint against the ]laxity of
amounting to more than threo of office were exceedingly small and per to -
R. M. of
Sealey Plot
times the cost of the Panama Canalare the constable received even ]e... the League a co-operative body In- town officials, as he says "abolish ida high schools la In order to comply with a regulation
sending letter
+s now licking their chops and Mr. Johns' resignation followed asmuch as the difference amounts the laws of the city and also do away to all out a from the State Superintendent,
preparing principals dealing with the
to get a finger in the piece of his arrest by town officers on to nearly three cents per gallon 1 in with the mayor and your city mar..hal. teaching of English. The l.i and have a forty-five minute physical
a letter I
Government subsidies for drunk and disorderly charge. the rate paid for the haul. It ha v The citizen can rim his grievance described exercise health Instruction and school
commercial MayoI'Peek
aviation" stated Wednesday that the coat tho League about $600 to obtain : "The
charge would be dropped provided the this adjustment. somewhat and appending his .I g' English In entitled Teaching" of work next: Monday morning, October
High School. which
HIATT IS nature. was fith
ELECTED fifteen
HEAD erstwhile minutes earlier than dur-
constable would take up his SPECIAL SESSION OF distributed by the department of
All articles public
OF COUNTY AGENTSS. residence outside the'town. for publication must be Inir September.
THE SCHOOL BOARD I signed by the writer, although the The first bell will ring at 8:20: and] {.
W. Hlatt, of West Palm Beach, FINED FOR PASSING Snpf. Wiggins not having: any exceptions name will{ not appear !in the paper If Governor Martin for the past week the second at 8.30: thus giving forty -

was elected president of the countagents' WORTHLESS CHECKSCharley to the names signed to the he prefer* a nom da plume. has been working overtime In the five Instead of thirty minutes for a

association to succeed S. T. petitions from Brooker Ziff and strict sense of the word. With the I physical exercise, etc. Other period

Kelley of Plant' City Hillsboro county Jackson, colored, was assessed Bradford asking for an election to John B. Byrne, who has been with State Prison Farm Board, of which will b* the same a* at present.

; Miss Floresa Slpprell, of Pensa- a floe of $25 and costs or six consolidate, ha called the board in I Mr. Lenthal Wyman In connectionwith he Is chairman In session, the gov

cola Escambla county was elected] months in Jail on a charge of issuing special session Sept 30, 1925, for the government experiment station ernor has been forced to sit up late C. OF C. MEETING FRIDAY

Morgan of West Palm Beach was to the charge before Judge Gardiner. the above named districts and to sl p- Ga., where M will] take the position affairs. "Worked until 12 o'clock last ford County Chamber of Commerce

elected secretary-treasurer at a meet He is now in the county Jail 1 point managers for said elections L. of junior forester In the Banning National night making some appointments," will b* held tonight (Friday) at the

lag of that body held In Gainesvilleat ] while an effort U being mad to i W. Kickllter and G. M. Inman. responding Forest. His place will b. taken he told a newspaperman during th* courthouse. Members are asked to b*

th. Twentieth Century Club.I raise his fine and costs. to the call. by L. .0 Henry, of Portland Or. heat of activities. present. _


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A Have Yon aid Back I| Out Air Defeat Their Herculean T..k It I flIRIGLBs

at Tben the Advtc of thie Starke: Real.

dent Will Int.n Ht \ m. 'I' A F""T'Eil c'4

Does your back ache "Uht and day) EVERY
Hinder work; destroy your !rslT
SALLIE FINDS WHEREINIS with itibbmg pains
Are you Iv'> tured ,
MAGIC OP THINGS Made; Monitor's Plate When )'IJ stoop. lilt or bend? oI t/\E.

Then Uk.'.y your kidneys aru weak. I /'
More tr,'uMes may soon appear.
Cutrlss must have known that for
w Hendai> ", diuiness, nervousness
some reason I did not want to give I Or uric acid end its Ills. I

him a dance. Otherwise I would not Kelp Your weakened kidney with a
have used the excuse about tho di- ', stlmuint diuretic. Probably one
rectors. He knew that I could have t,,. Uso Doan's PUlf. I reason for the

pro in bed 1 him one of tho later dances Read thin Starke teitimony.Mrs. I j popularity ofWRIGLEY'S
Silas Kite St.
I Cherry I
say !I. that It lastso
that I had given to Bone of the younger "I couldn't cot up or down without and
crowl I and explained later that s5 help because of the misery ) long returns such
dividends! for
there haJ been a mistake somehow. t''' L hIll my hack. I certainly I was In throng i great outlay. It keep so teeth
had done that for Curtltm many times R... e s.+. condition. My kidneys acted too freely t clean breath sweet, appetite
before. In fact, he reminded me and I suffered from terrible palm keen. digestion/ good.
In i bead. Ltoan's Pills from
I had switched my Mlteb.all'l *
that on one occasion Fresh and full-flavored
Drug Store, gave me wonderful I
half a dozen dances in a row'so that relief." allY if) Its wax-wr.ppcdpackage

I might be with him. Oh, yes, he Price OOc. at all dealers. Don't I *

knew. +simply I" auk jut a kidney remedy a \ 1
And he must have been hurt for Dean's' Pills-the same that Mr. I 0' 'i

shortly after I had chatted with him," Kite had. Foater-S1llburn Co.. IHrs, + T i I \\\.1 I'cP.a

ha and his brother left the dance. With Buffalo, N., Yj I w
his departure, it was the same as In I J ..w..rover ..... a: Tha offlosM of President CooI dga'a air board, now in session al I ao er
I rrX Washington, isdeg they tools op their herculean task of finding au I rue s
the old dnys. The magic was gono every section of the King properly efficient air a for tha 0. S. ,
and the little glass lanterns were not l since their arrival here and said Chairman, { Arthur Denicon cf Michigan; ChairmaneDwdght I I

so bright. i 1 this afternoon that they "know the Morrow of New Yurki and Secretary Wm. f Durond. Ii i II .

;\U' I I detail well." i'TIMETABLE

Ah, God, the flights of fancy that C I It will take between two and three ( Whose Daughter? J ( Marriage Wrong? Beginning : a. m. 6th
I weeks to complete actual painting of : trains will run as follows:

',Inexplicable i I the picture, they said should they No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa arrive

i 0 u.3o. t a encounter no dif lcuUes.! The men 'at Starke 11:14 p. m.

will work in relays day and night in No.2 Tampa to Jacksonville arrive
proved George P. Coate
order to finish it as soon as possible.The Starke 5:23 a. m.Starke .
97 died last
aged week at Cole
ire to give him n dance and then because I ridge, Nebr. He was America's first trouble came in securinga ;\ k7A r No.3 Jacksonville to Tampa arrive

he did not pursue me, I raileJ pionees. In the steel business and piece of canvas K.rga enough for 11:02: a. m.

at him mentally one moment and then from his mills was turned out the "birds-eyo". To get this an orderto ,' No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville ar

adored him for his pride the next. armor plate for the first Ironclad New York was necessary and then rive Starke 4:25: p. m.

.And what of his engagement to battleship the famous Monitor. delivery was made only this week rl. ; ; tTj 1 No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville,

Anne rWith though it was orderod two weeks afro arrive Starke 9 a. m.

these thoughts racing about A special building hero has been i No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key

r in my brain a few days later, I de- f Runs Farm at 12 I I rented for their use until completed, I II cri arrive Starke 5:11 p. m.

cided to drive Father down to the the artists occupying one large room. 1 Starke and Wannea

Beach cottage and take a swim. I When they are through the canvas No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m.

drove tho eighteen miles with the I will be rolled up for transportation. No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m.

speed of the wind. I loved. its sharp Although no announcement has I Limited TrainsNo.

sting in my face. Father sensed my I been made to this effect, it is believed 7 Jacksonville to St. Peters

., preoccupction and remained silent ) Mr. King wil place the picture on display burg due Starke 2:16 p m.

during tho drivo. I Invited him to go In Jacksonville first. No. 104 St. Petersburg to Jackson-

P swimming with me bat' he declined, I villa due Starke 6:07 p. m.

declaring that there was a hint ofi FOR o. ,. No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm

Autumn in the air. "j r? OVER ... Beach due Starke 10:15 a. m.

And so I went in alone. Because' It !is not from T. J. Griffin Agent
poverty that
of the brisk day the surf was deserted I forF her Art Miller I is looking come a drastic attack on modern
YEARS mother-who left
zoo her
except for me. But how pleasant It week old babe with a Miller a nving-tut from Wall Street. Leesburg-Work begun on new

was to turn one's face skyward allowing -I In Wichita, Kaa., 24 family Glen B. WJnship.$ Wall Street Edit Leesburg State Bank bulldiny.
the waves to lift you with the haarlem! oil has been a world- She is married now-but she ago has -In or, has written a book, I

movement of a cradle, a* calm was wide remedy for kidney,liver and the diamond necklace: her mother cent tax which on ha calls for'"Volonor"I I A TONIC
the left-when every
ocean today. | bladder! disorders disinheritance from her for the drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
rheumatism support of all] women and
wealthy St.
Clouds blue Louis
and brilliant
the eyes of as a pretty child mantledthe AS i lumbago and uric acid conditional: threatened. family was children Also the abolition of the I Energy and Vitality by Purifying and

PH8In& marriage contract Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its
heavens on hijh and the turquoise
i /-- tints of the water friendlyand I DMZi I strengthening, invigorating effect see how

soft. Overhead, sea-gulls sailed I Iby W j It brings color to, the cheeks and howit
-harbingers of good fortune to I Twelve year old Vivian Brown of HAARLEM OIL, -- --- --- -- H I Improves the appetite, you will then,

the sailors, Mom Nellie had taught' Rye Beach, N. H., ran a 25-aere M iTJJl.lInir_.r ,,;an Lakes Wales! -Hilla Bros will;I Haines City-Skinner Machinery appreciate Its true tonic value.

and as I recalled the superstition. I farm this summer, milking all build factory to can 60,000 cases of Co., to locate fruit machine factory Grove's Tasteless chill: Tonic Is simply
cows a day i putting up hay; and correct Internal troubles,stimulate vital grapefruit this
wondered what luck they would bring j I year here. Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
raising corn and vegetables. She organ Three sUes.AU druggists.Insist I
pleasant even children like it. The blood
me.I floated on and on, allowing the', .made...t_money to go to school this! :'-. !the original genuine GOLD MEDAL. 63,254 carloads citrus fruit shipped Fort Pierce-Contract awarded at needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to

from Florida September 1, 1924. $1,115,112, for constructing 20 miles Enrich It Destroys Malarial germs and
waves to lift in their '
arms and then me majestic' "---.-. -- -- -- POST OFFICE LIST COMPILED: Leesburg-This place to have new side walk, SO miles curbs and gutters, Grip germs by Its Strengthening Invigorating -
toward Mayport, a :, ; 110,000 bakery |and 15 miles street
pelican winged into sight. Someone i Stations in New Florida Counties An
me that the reason the pelican nounced -
is used as a sacred symbol Is because ]IN FLORIDA FOR LAKE BUTLER _.
the mother bird A list of some of the postoffices nFlorida's I pl'tFhs
feed her young ]Delehanty and Ray, Under Lear Will I
by boring hole in three new counties, In- la TH T I II
.: a her breast, from |Do Work I I
for King Inc.
which drips. the blod that gives them Properties, dian River, Gulf and Martin, as com- Bozo Butts =t sT ar tERnJaa i s a I I
I life. Mother-love. piled by the post office department, 'TEA I'VE EVER B v .f I
My softened
i Luke Butler, Sept. 26.-Clyde Delehanty re wiTF{ I
received here Herbert rw
toward the bird. I was yesterday by TO-BUT GOT toMcri
I and James Ray two noted YWR-r
Then I began to swim. A path of I of New York City have begun E. Ross, postmaster. They Drive Him T HIS-TER t3tu-f9r
: j: sunlight reached The counties were created during 1 wor'4 T ASK AN (
golden fingers
,,' across :painting here what will be the "tInndfteape the last meeting of the legislature. Cue TTlo 33.
waves and over all there
reignedan 'I 'ffilvik5
; "birds-eye" ever made in
Martin county was named after Governor Nuts
enveloping peace and that glorious'sense
. .-' of freedom John W. Martin. It was for-
that the in-1
Iplres| ocean ,I The two artists are working under merly in St. Lucie and Palm Beach ,

.. I the business direction of Lester Lear, counties. ems
< see. ,
1 well known in magazine and newspaper Fostofflces In Indian River countyare k ti

+i There had been another swim In''' circles. : Fellsmere, Gifford, Quay, Rose- By'
L the ocean when I had not been alone.1 1I land Sebastan Vero Beach
j' King Properties, Inc., with head.quarters the county
recalled the first night I had met in Jacksonville, employed seat, and Wabasso, Martin county, "Rube"o1dbers I \:
"" -' Curtlss and he had reacused: me from the trio declaring they "wanted the'Jensen, Rio, Gomez, Indian Town,
the heavy surf. I wondered vaguely'II best in the country to work. David Olympia, Palm City, Port Sewall, ---

I if I would ever be able to go anyplace 1' A. King, president of the concern recently Stuart, county seat and Salerno.

or do anything that would not purchased more than 7,000 Gulf county: Dalkelth Indian Pass, --
bring him to mind, and wondering, I acres of property in and near Lake loin, Mojette Overstreet, Port Saint .w.Ima L- ; :; ;
heard his voice. I ; :
Butler at a cost of more than $500- Joe and Wewahitchka, the county : y
F "Hello, there. Mind If I tag along'" 000. seat.

"No, I believe there's room," Ire- I Indian River countformerly was' : u ,
Ray and Delehanty have been .f
plied, nodding to the vast ocean. con- St. Lucie i 1. NOW I'H PRE- w s
in county and Gulf count- LE(
nected with Joseph in New York I
Day, RrT
We swum in silence. I could hava1 I I ty formerly In Calhoun county. HELP truU I { HgVg a IT PAi PoFZ 1H& 'TFSi.
for several and have made nattlonol CN
years GLASS
NEXT'rEA 6o Ntrrr
gone on
indefinitely with the ryth- H I
for The postmaster was of fvNeH, HY
| reputation themselves. T his 70
mlcal! -
r swing of his accompanying is their first trip to Florida." also advised yesterday that mail Is C TrIW.IK, HISSER f Fool ,
strokes at my side but we had been i now being received for Loxahatchce, ? (oU BUTT 3 .
I1 I Actual Painting Just Begun )
swimming with the current and found' I' The Palm Beach county; Nobleton, Ilernnndo III I I ,:. 4y
ourselves beyond "blrdsye" for King Properties I {
the row of cottages'
1 county Scottcmoro, Brev d
; !
Is to be
placed ninofe..t
on canvas
.. even pant the Inn. Toward tho|
county, and Sherman Okeechobeecounty.
w shore | j high. and fourteen feet wide It ,
were reaches of white sand .
!T and unending 11 I will have a view of Lake Butler In
palms silhouetted' The poetofllce at Arredonda
against china-blue the with details of tcoming he dt ,
S sky. I been discontinued and ar .
mail for that fo
Ky that
| bearingforeground name in i
As if
by '
common consent, we bead section is _
the being received at Alachua,
across body of water.
ed in and
were soon seated at thwater's 1 in Alachua county. Other pootoffioes lley
three have been
men here for
playful edge., The waves broke i In J'more)' than two weeks getting theii which have been discontinued andthe I
melody against our feet. It
: "ilcta.l" but did not begin actual points where their mail now 'is .
was good to rest a while and to feel 1
painting until this week. follow: Bare Beach in Palm
presence at my side. Beach county, to Clewhton Elderberry
"I nm delighted with the work bo- ;
was what I
i n gold day. Even '' In
Glades to
fore us here Mr. : county,
the edges of the Delehanty said to-:
water and
the beach'Itself
to Llmona LouKbbrH in
; : ; Taylor
day. "In all hate
my never
were bathed in a mellow & county, to Scanlon; Millcreek, in St. w U sun K
I utAsA
The clouds had thrown seen a body of water more beautiful +s. ,. 1
in graceful abandon low'l than Lake Butler, and we expectto Johns county, to Bayard, Hodello, In eowNlY'
across the Dade
county, to Homestead and
i turn out best
} and the colors drifted from shell our piece of work
to the deep tint of wood; 1 here. There is only one regretthatIs Steaphead Gadsden county to Rio
Postmaster Ross said that he had 1
I can't make
er the entire scene a fleet-footed a-vl| here." my permanent homo been instructed by the postoffice department / I I
invisible nymph of the sky had II 'I
to permit all American
Mr. Legion
misty curtain Here and there ware'|' Ray was just |H enthuslastlfovpr .
members working in the Jacksonville
the outlook.: "If there (is -
baby. clouds in pale mauve: beautiful spot than this a more t office, whose services may be October 410e $lOW "UPD, "ToT\ AUTOS (SUN
body of
t Pools of | water I
pink and
beach and clung to blue the lay on the|! here with Lake Butler resting, spared to attend the American Legion V you were born during; October 4-10th, you have an extremely BCl l:>Z /tt' NIGHT WT''t .

damp from the waves of places the still Alongsile, I haven't seen it," he ii id.) October meeting in Omaha, Neb., beginning original mind, and your ideas are too far advanced to permit you to U'D NEVER GUESS t1'-tb ,
able "The shadow coloring of clouds in 5. remain content in subordinate laces You have a capacity for doing
ocean. Out toward the ImPlaC-I' the water seems almost impossible i I The money order office at Big Pine great thing*-If you are permitted to work your own way. Bat 3 see I 'EN vrfuceoTUB AI.OG

a twc-mated freighter put out sea and Is beyond comparison with I {In Monroe county has been transferred your ideas must be subordinated you are unhappy. You do not want ROAD'PACK *./

with its heavy cargo. The day thing I have ever any to Key West, and the office discontinued to waate time over small details. You want to do the big things .
still and the smoke scurried in an wa'i according to advices Your perceptive faculties an strongly marked and your habit of
Go Over Entire re-
broken line upward, and distance "Should Property cieved by Postmaster Roas.-Jacksonville betng guided by intuition and acting on impulses makes you quick .......... .
her flattering hands made silver an artist turn in a pl I Journal. of speech and decisive in act1... s '

cloud of it. A huge bird swift and i of work showing the lake as it re sly The faults of people born under these dates are few. They am !lt'
is, the director: would throw him out: Lake Wales Inclined to be temperamental-their moods "
sure as a man with a purpose, darted -City plans $400,000 changing suddenly from
into tbo ocean. for color exaggeration." paving program hopefulness to melancholy. They are Impatient, and have a habit of

A last faint sifting of gold-like I _Th three of them._have been going,. voicing opinions and advice when they are not asked for.
--- Okeechobee The arts and sciences of the
Ground broken for are greatest interest to people born
ashes of roses from a chiffon scarf Piles Cured 6 to 14 Day. 100-room hotel. under there date, and both men and women acquire proficiency In

which the lady of the evening woad! DraeehtsroNodtne..v U PAZ00INTMtN?MIt such pursuits when they devote heir energies in those directions. The

soon draw'close. Kauim. lDeo.a.Iwkuu.', .Blind..II.....Bluwltns Itchlna PIIceo or-Protruding. awl ma Hainea City-City starts $650,000 women make. "excellent' buyer, office' executive. and writers. The men
(To Be Continued.) SM....11&1 ilop after tan .ppIJc.".... sun paving and improvement campaign become i'1 IItl f3"'.
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Llv Oak-T. C. KiVIand, age 32,

I lineman-electrician for the Southern I .

N.u>. of Florida in Short Paragraph Utilities Company of this city, was j I

... killed early this morning by comingin !
contact with a live\ wire while repairing -

[ iV-e State News'/ |; a line, death being instan-
i I tanteuos. The accident was a peculiar

1 one inasmuch as all precautions had I,
As \I
| been taken to insure safety and was

Told by Oar Exchanges ,': caused by the young man's having! ,,,

stuck the spike on his shoe into the makes:>
ground wire causing a complete cir- Qght Dnving

cult when his arm brushed a live wiro "Bayer Aspirin" \
West Palm Beach-The City commission is now crossed by a ferry. I while repairing the line 2,300 volts ;

here has voted not to have a of electricity entering his body.
municipal radio station due to the St. Petersburg;; :Pinellas. county I I INSIST I Unless you see the SAFE

fact that it would put too heavy an I commissioners have created a special Tallahassee-Oysters in Apalachicola '- "Bayer Cross" on tablets you
on tax payers already burdened I I bridge district and let November 17 I
expense bay, one of Florida's principal not getting the genuine
as the date for election to ae
a special
with bond f.sues. producing centers have been found by
Tote on a bond issue for erecting' a | Bayer Aspirin proved safe by
i the United States put Ha health service I
Tallahassee-The State Livestock causeway from the mainland of Pine- and state health department to I. millions and prescribed by physicians \
Board is Issuing checks for Has ,b.
Sanitary county to Long Key on which is I
be without contamination of id.
over $2,000 to cattle owners in Palm situated the historic little city of anyki for 24 years. .' ,11' ,,,.'.
The .
announcement was made by Capt. I '
Ii Beech Broward Holmes and Wash- Pass-a-Grille. The of the I 'f, .
completion Accept a The
T. R. who In | only
lodges was .
ington counties. This is a reim- causeway will marke the culminationof receipt I .JD h!;... Controllable Beam
bursement to them for dipping\ cost. plans agitated for several years. of at letter from the state board of c..J.IIf -- Bayer package i' on the Better
health to that effect, following a survey -:|: Buick
I Bradenton The sixteen cent gasoline Tallahassee-Chairman R. Hudson of the waters of Franklin county \ NIp. "driving' .....In she bltad
which contains directions whe din .,
proven you to k
: league of Bradenton is selling on Burr of the Florida Railroad Com- ,, by Omar C. Hopkins of the United j I I aa approaching set'drt don out o if fBrcu'Uot eves :
I 'I Bandy "Bayer" box** of 12 tablets ,
. ; the average of 2,200 gallons of gasoline mission, with bthfer members of tha States public heatlh service and Cap- Also bottle of 24 and. 100-Druggist* tin iwa... by the Co>tfaiuM. :'ii*.
.;1: a day it was learned today. The body left Tallahassee for New Smy: tain C C. Hobbs, of the state board of' Aspirin' le I tli* tnito mark of furor f...., D ght,. feature of the Betc i n.. e ,

league has just equipped ita filling rna, Titusville Cocoa Eau Gallie and health. I'I factan or MuBMotlcaoiilMMr at I S. = "" Daytime ....WUty every Inch of the __.
station for handling oils. J other points of the stata where hearings height: aU the time I A simple' "
k will be conducted into application -i Tallahassee-Dr. W. J. Buck of shallow lakes. Thousands of buzzards r oa the lowers the beam when>t

Tallahassee-Two prisoners escaped of the Southern Bell Company i|;! Jacksonville, member of the State have gathered there for a feast it was you neuwAnd .aad

from the prison farm at Raiford Sun- for Increased telephone rates. The Medical Board of Examiners tender- stated and crews of workmen have this Is.Oftl* one of aaany916 tn .

day. They were Ed Sinclair negro rates. The hearings which will continue -,;jed his resignation to Governor Martin been put Into action in ditching connections {Movement* which Buick engineering! hu

I serving 18-montlis sentence from Lee through September 25, will In- 1 today as an aftermath to demands' with larger streams and in and given more to the i Duoton Better BuJck.In Duco 75 hone wet

county for larceny and Tom Smith, clude that into the petition of the made by the Chief Executive for an making transfers by barrels and hogsheads Scaled ".. -Hwd ...(MI finhhi

w negro, sent up from Duval county in Broward Utilities Company to .ban- explanation of bribery charges'
Ii 1925 to serve 5 years for robbery. don the Dania office I brought by Dr. M. F. Carson, a Miami the Ocklochee. The transfers which .wheel br.kes. and many other exchujve 00%
f ----- I physician the Governor said today. 1 are saving countless numbers of the I vancement now make the Better Buick tha

Tallahassee-State Recruiting Officer Brooksville-With! practically a''' Dr. Buck, Governor Martin said when fish must be quickly made Mr. Roy ill better car to own and dri_

O. H. Rogers, of Ocala left last third of its right-of-way graded the'' asked to explain the charges made in pointed out.Tallahacee. BUICK MOTOR CO.. PUNT MICH. /

night for Jackson, Mich., to get Char- construction company engaged in'' and affidavit by the Miami man that Dtefsi.a.f .-.. W-.., .....'" I
lie Wilson, a white man who Is finishing A s.fawbcrry trap
I building the railway between Brooks- | the board member sought payment of
a sentence in the Michigan I yule and Inverness which l is to be the $1,000 before a license to practice standing twelve feet 'n height In one ,
state prison and who is wanted as an completing link of the new Seaboard medicine could be issued. Dr. Buck'admitted of the parks of Tallahassee Is only /he. j .' "
escape from a Florida road camp. Air Line trunk line to Tampa prom-,;, he asked for the money "to one of the large number of such cultivated g.Jvqs! 1\"f." ; .4
----- seldom
tom ices to have the line ready for trains see if Dr Carson were honest." I i plants found here and '"J1
', Tallahassee Tom Smith negro J'
I" elsewhere in Florida. Thin. conI
'' by December 1, it was learned in the -- i seen !
the state' : "
from 1
who escaped Friday '
I elusion is reached by E. Peck Green
offices of the Tallahassee Between
here. Nearly 10,000 end
farm has been by ""
prison recaptured
j assistant state chemist who Is alsoan '
Jacksonville according to 500 men are engaged in the construc- 15,000 applications for privileges to ; '
the tion work and will begin laying track operate motor vehicles in Florida re- amateur horticulturist. Host of LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY
reaching prison department
:'i'here. An officer has already gone to within the next ten days it is an main without action for the calendar these plants, he :rinds: come from slm- 'I. J. M. Smith. Manager.Baker "'i I ,"
nounced. I I of because liar climates In Europe and Aoia and
!; take Smith back to the farm. ; year 1925 of improper j 1 Bradford Columbia and Union Counties '1'i
j j procedure, according to Captain R. A'I would l not floirinh: to any: extent either ,
. Tampa-A series of tragic storios 1 north south ? here. lie has 1o- '
Ea 1 Tampa-The freight steamer Jeannette i Gray, assistant comptroller. Unless or o '
I i), seized here early this week by of how children were kidnapped and those 10,000 to 15,000 applicants obtain ,<' cated rare F lants along' the streets, in When better automobiles ara tDkk: will l bu'Jd! them \ : {\I
pressed into the drug trade were being| their the parks amt,! some .n private grounds, ,
for alleged privilege. he
:u mmigratlon smug- said J'
.. .
.. .. .
"- -- -
unfolded federal --- -
to I -
gling of aliens was this morning as- narcotic agents they cannot obtain the 1926 license. lie has found the old home of tho -- -

seared a fine of $9,00 to be paid before -| here today following the arrests of The automobile department of tho'. Tallahassee Girl to have its grounds, sands of fish of every size, and especially by J. S. Illitch superintendent of the

the vessel will be returned to its 21 persons in a gigantic dope ring comptroller's office is rapidly winding filled with plants generations old small ones, officials said. The prison farm to have repairs made to

? owners the Donald Brothers Company clean-up here. According to Inspector I up ltd business for the year Cap | and correspondingly as strange. There department has obtained all kinds offish a bearing from one of the engine at :-

;, of New York. Custom officials also A. P. Rogers, the children in some tain Gray said. An enormous amountof I is no method. of ascertaining just traps, as well as all sizes In the the farm power plant. Since the repairs '. !

assessed a fine of $500 against the I instances were taught the use of work Is involved In handling the 1! when or by whom they were brought streams and lakes, but thus far the could not be obtained the same

boat for having liquor on board. I I drugs by concealing the narcotics In I motor vehicle licenses, he said as between I here. Harrington trap was the largest destroyed day, the young man's father, who t
candy that was given them by leaders it said. Over fish \lives
----- i I 1,000,000 and 1,600,000 names was 5,000 in Jacksonville, telephoned Superintendent '
Panama City-Ground will be broken -:, in the ring. When the habit had been must undergo classification. Tallahassee fish trap 40 feet traps have been taken from the Ulitch asking that his ion

: within a week for a fifty /oom. thus established, the youngsters were long, known as the Harrington Fish streams and lakes since organiaztlon be permitted! to spend the night at s

first unit of the new toruist hotel in used as runners with the.dope. People of the town of Trenton want Trap, being operated in the With la- of the department Julyl, the office records home. The request was granted the

; Bunkers Cove to be erected at a I i to ship one or two carloads of corn to coochee river touching both the Ma-ll-! show. superintendent reported to Commissioner

I cost of more than $300,000 on a vita ;1 Tallahassee-The State Department 'the drought stricken area of the II son and Hamilton county lines was Moyto today, and some time f

[donated by H. L. Sudduth for which of Fresh Water Fish and Game southern states, but they do not know captured and destroyed by Deputy during the night Salter who U
Tallahassee-The young ,
I State Prison De-
has seized over 5,000 fish traps in thelakes Game Commissioner C. II. Levine of
fan offer of Just where to it
$100,000 was recently re- send where
or It Is 2.& year old, made his getaway in
received of a
to day notice tho
and streams of Florida since Jasper, andM. II. Wering of Madison. partment
fused. The construction contract of needed most. There has been
a by state
I : prlaon etaonietaoin
I which requires completion and delivery I July 1, it was announced today. J. B. er crop In this product at bumE-1 I I Sheriff Morrow, of Madison was also second escape from the Florida State Ford roadster. Salter Is considered otaoln n
Prison farm at Raiford of William by
Royall Game and Fresh Water Fish in the party that captured the trap ,
I cf the building ready for oc- The good people of that section
I i iI B. Salter notorious life who prison as one of the
Commissioner termer
has just reported the which stretched from bank to bank of
not later than Jan. 1 1923. i : press dispatches of the |
[cupancy drought, and most notorious characters bo
----- capture of what is known as the Har-I I agreed to get the carloads I the river. The trap has been knownto was sent up from St. Lucie county In to sent ,

Tampa-Two sailors on board tho rington fish trap on the Wlthlacoo- shipment. "We can load the up for be operated for many years being! 1923 for criminal attack upon a white to the state priosn 'arm In recent

Foil tanker Sunoco Jr., were severly chee river. "This trap was forty feet:I within a day's notice,' said II. I! the means of destroying many thou- girl. Salter was sent to Jacksonville years.

I burned when an explosion occured on long and stretched from bank to bank Dodke speaking for the Trenton ._____ .
on. --- -- --- --
peoI -- -- ---
board the vessel here this afternoon. of the river
destroying millions of I| pie. "We Just want to know where to r'
Thtf names of the two men were not fish annually" he declared. The trap i I ship it, and where It l is needed most. pulpit. More purity of heart and
available a short time after the accident has been known to be In operation for It help them Strength of conviction will bring About lourHealth
may a bit to get
oil officials said. Late this years, Mr. Royalls said, the loss of their crops." over the soUlonlum.
{afternoon an effort was being made I J

I to keep the vessel afloat, accordingto West Palm Beach-Summer starts But the Rev. Charles Frands

[ the! officers, who said a large hola COFFINS & CASKETS in Florida on the first day of May Potter prominent Unitarian, says ,
I had bean blown in its side below theater winter starts in Florida we need a bruul new religion -
And a Fall Lin of on the first and he proves )his sincerity by re- Things You Should I'cow
line.TallahasseeA. Undertaken' day of November. Judge Richard P. JgnlnR-: f: '.'a Job. It Is very -- -, =0''"" .
Smpfliet Robbins of the county court of Palm enlightening to fiv\\ : ---
twenty or
bill authorize the
to Beach county has fixed the dates. week. -t. I 41 41iii
A thirty
sermon a
Jtssuance of interest bearing warrant'1n AUTOMOBILE HEARSE Lake Worth! family had rented 1f f .- \, ..
an .
< [ Gulf county to provide for a bridge(: Always on hand. The boat .er- apartment for the "the 'tI \ '." ;,:,

,'. I across the government canal running vies at the lowest prices Spi months." Came September 1, the summer land- a.y FOil If can you would one like from a the pet Govern-bison I I f:( .".....'. .. .... .
the county will be introduc- dal attention to telegraph or lord Informed them that winter had Arthur Bri.bane, tnent. Too many of the big animals .' r'" .
led at the coming session of .. 1. wa":: I.I",
special ders. Registered Embalmer. tcome and they'd have to move out eI. are In Yellowstone I'urk, so r .i

.' the Florida legislature, it was an- pay more. They argued and went or CLERGY GOOD FIGHTERS. 100 of them pro otVcrcil free to ';..!!o ...;:..oo': ..;,..,...
flounced today by Dr. Fons A. Hathaway DeWITT Into court. Today citizens that will pay tho cost of by J John Jeleplr! 0.'tue.\ :.'
C. Judge
'. chairman of the state road de- JONES ed In favor of the Robbins rule I WANT A DISON catching and e",,,',," inM'. ....- .
tenant. "Winter
w fpartment, who returned Sunday from 3TARKE. FLA: Florida," quoth the Jude, "starts on In PO MARRIAGE-NO CAREER.A The romach's: Rerr. i'.uirs;, !
[a trip through west Florida. The
canal The Government Hun
COST the first day of November. The LAMOttG ROOF. .. : I
that the "illlng bison" can be Nn lro'" laws-whirl" .ny
ants may occupy their ten-I =- =--.- -_.. --< brought back to IltV. I'crhaps the Go'!'* law. ar 'r". 'II-! : (h, .:llhejfrevmd

the old rate until that time." :"hnt Max. the world need? Government will do ax much for fur obedience or t.-tally .
the dying and vanishing foroiits, for dlnregonl.licitlon .
Miami-Paul Manuel 'l.''U"II"ls! of preachem
Atlanta Ga., standing
s mach ti.aii the
moro Important | U wondoiful -
You is dead A. S. Milford, of Hollywood, II.i the bore of time and peering picturesque bison. which acts. !iii'i"jiPnH-ntiy a of|p. rasa our

can saveH1.tndreds Fla., l la believed to be dying and at iirt, eternity with the strong authority will. In man, thin in -' .i'.tuit! I

least ten others are more or less serIously that their vocation gives Miss Fay Lanphler young chemical laboratory <
of Dollars Injured as the result of a sightseeing tlwm try to answer the question. California girl who "ttaxily anlnaturally" In daytime, HI i fA true II'< I''s' animal
bus crashing into a tree near won the beauty crown .. IHfjc-tlon: enacts with the q '
Little River. Miami suburb, today. \\Tf Q .agi.7aJew answer madeIn of "Miss America" nay, "Mar- oncoming ors nlfiit.;, DllCe.'i( i " .

believe the Michelin MilforJ said to have been tha-. driver M-pif, tt-fsrft Sunday! : riage won't interfere wiln! my ca- to bed l Mirly" in order th.t other .,,
"Y new of the hue. was driving thft machineat The Reverend Henry Howard reer." Of course not. The real important work may be carried on
Comfort Cord will revolu business of human beings! thin hour. This Is "
on during sleeping
a fast rate of speed, reports said, The Dijrio! i jag now on .Ute shelf
: tionize all motoring. Twice as and he not earth is to make it a little better true n f all animal creation. To
as attempted to make turn enough &unlly Noteneugh
a prayers.
while they arc here, and hand on try to awaken digestion in the
big as ordinary tires inflated in the detour
road, the heavy vehicle reilgien In sehoote-Mm* what ability they havo to future night U a dangerous: violation of
to lets than half the pressure, left the road and crashed Into a tree. prorc it.Reveres generations, taut they aim may both natural and divine law. The

-- it cushions cars so perfectly it The impact drove the radiator of the work.Good. penalty i I" sura.

will save you hundreds of dollars bus back into the machine,! C. Everett Wagner, Man cnnnot maintain his
ses said. Several of the passengers 'qucMtl s, n* heredity proves strength without protein. These .
in car upkeep and depreci Methodist Episcopal: Too much
were caught in the shattered wind- are hanI..1, l on by women. And are animal and vegetable and are
ation. It fits present rims and .. shield frame while others were cut by preaching of Hell ftre. Too much the woman whose programme does taken as food. Until acted upon

costs about the same as the flying glass.TallahasseeState. parading of wickedness Instead of not include marriage can't ponHlbly. by man's digestive fluid. they are'
ordinary tires. Will talking about goMln ..". Too much have n complete caner, no matter nOt to enter his circulation, and if
come .
you Game Commis- tempting listener by describing what the frmlnljtn may say. In a absorbed undigested, are active poi
In to see itl in detail the things that the break.. is
4 sioner Royall has found it necessary wkked do. chain the link that not Sons.Md, mOAt things swallowed
to temporarily abandon his visit to the successful link. are armorbed, whether iligaahd: or
Smith's Garage counties of South Florida he an- shifting about Sookman from plate: Toe to place.much It hut been-suggested, here occasionally not.six-o'clock Fancy all dinner the Juices being of thrust a heavy Into -

nounced upon his return from a recent Too much roaming. The people during the pant ten the blood stream without proper

trop to Gulf and Calhoun counties. The becoming nomadic can't ttruit years, that architects should have digestion In the stomach! No wonder .
FLA. change in plans, he said, arose whenan down. their minds on landing roofs for the victim in stupid and with

/ emergency' visit to West :Floridawas flying machines. Now Chicago, out appetite next morning.!!: No
found where lack of rain had Rev. Dr. S. E. Young, says about to build a $15,000,000 post 'wonder the "no-breakfast" plant!

caused death of thousands of fish in 'voters neglect their duty. They office, will ask Congress to approve The merciless, Invisible foe In this
Il could make: this Republic an/ a buOding, two city blocks long chapter Is THE FASHIONABLE
To thing that they/ chose to moke It with a landing roof for the flying SIX O'CLOCK DINNER! This defiance
Stop a Cough Quick H they would take tM trouble to mail. That would cut an hour otT of natural law is building

take IIA YES' HEALING HONEY a d. it. Perhaps that is coiOTna the mail flight from Chicago to blood-pressures all over our land

cough medicine which stops the cough by truth. Mow York hardening arteries, and producingall
healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissue Rev. John Booah
/ Stntan. wh. -- manner of liver and kidney dineases.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE would willingly help lynch our Hot far In the future will come Apoplexy cerebral hemor.
SALVE for Chest Cold Head Colds and modernist it his emscfoneo the new city one building devotedto rhajre-the death certificate reads.. i
Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of would lot him, says we need more one single business, with a landing Killing more men at fifty to sixty- P
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve revivals. That's by the for
proved roof buyers and sellers five than cancer) Traced back to
should be rubbed on the chest and throatof fact that theN were ten thotnand and employs flying to work in the the six o'clock: dinner in the vast
MICHELIN children suffering from a Cold or Croup. murders and only a few hanging morning and flying back at night. majority of Instances! .Those who
TIM f..flnl'feet of Hirm* Unite*Hens 'In and leetrentloas in this ootintry Tho great "congested traffic defiance of the law
dite c..o.P..Tr.lh.brat eombiiwd.. "!*with. 'throutb the braa..aea IIM! of of Jut year Be saw two l>ot<*ap: in problem", may be notved from the Of persist health m are certainly reapingconsequences.
Comfort" pom
ta..a.aab.e..b. Cord k.ik la 'rbdt. in thostreets.
to MOO top a .h. Chicago she short roof before It101ft< This sort of crime
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farad M f t iku R Both -JH.r. packed la on* ounce sod lh. j1.v.PaeI C.-Warr We needm.dera However, dont let that
vilhaia ek.w.1.5 ,
.rr. eoet of the combined Me. I M cover unpunished.
to the about good real ea1 -
propVct Interpret discourage you
Just ask your druggist ftv- HAYES"HEALING Limit the Intake
old truths In the an. in the ," Next Week-
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-run i mi n ii **, "hunch" that I might win." business will profit by the contest. I I[county or home demonstration agent,'

Ic Ic Miss Lumpier like last year' In ahome egg-laying contest the 'or if there is no agent, or if there U

I Church &Services I ure which cost the country pountleas: hens are kept at home under the ino!I agent, to N. R. Mehrhf, Extension'
Miss America, neither drinks nor supervision of the poultry raiser and Gainesville Fla. '
Poultryman, ,
smokes. "I don't approve of it. I have records of production are carefully |
rlllllll.IIIIII..I..I.METHODIST always been taught that a woman's kept. I i Report blanks and record books are

chief charm lies in her femininity The rules of the Florida contestare I furnished by the agricultural extension -
and certainly, smoking and drinking: follows: | service at Gainesville.\
Sunday school ;t 10:00 a. m. Morn- are not womanly. Not only do I object 1. Contestants must raise some" Those Interested in entering this

Plumes 29 and 1OO Ing worship and m.sermon by the pas- is to not smoking womanly and, but drinking I also object becauseit to standard breed of poultry. I contest should see their county or
tor at 11:00 a.
League Sunday eveningat It from the viewpoint of health." 2. Contestants agree to keep rec home demonstration agent at once or
I 7:30 o'clock. Preaching service at She was asked if she approved of ords for one year. I write to Agricultural Extension
make-up and bobbed hair. Contestants to send one Division at Gainesville for Informa-
VETERANS ENTERTAINED the character of an anniversary. 7:45 p. m.Prayer .3. agree
BY U. D. C. \ There will be reception of members meeting and choir practice "I don't object to cosmetics when copy of each monthly report to the tion.
into the church and the ordinance of Wednesday evening at 7:45.: they are used in moderation. Personally _-
The veterans of J. J.- Dickison baptism will be administered and Rev. C. F. Starnes, pastor of North I have never used anythingbut
Camp, U. C. V., were entertained!children will dedicated to the Lord In 'Walnut St. Methodist church. powder. The skin is healthierand
Tuesday at dinner by the W. T. Weeks baptism. The roll of the members of prettier when it has its own nat-
Chapter, U. D. C., at the club house.|i the church will be called and each one PRESBYTERIANRegular .ural (glow, as it will have It It Is given -
The dinner menu was a* follows;''',iwlll be expected to answer by repeat- half a chance. As for bobbed hairI -
Chicken pilau, boiled ham, English ing a verse of scripture or by aPpropriate servlcen will be held San- : approve: of it for those whom It is I'' N HI
peas, potato souffle shrimp and potato o remarks. Those who have day. Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. I becoming. h llr
salad, rolls, pickles, jellies, apple ; united with the church during the year Preaching at 11:00 a. m., and 7:30: "Do you like dancing" I i
pie and ice cream a la mode, iced will be introduced to the church and p. m. by the pastor. Her eyes sparbled-"I adore it.
tea and coffee. Dinner was"servedby welcomed by all. Prayer meeting at 8:00 p. m., Wed- When not overdone, I think it Is a
the committee in charge', namely i The Communion of the Lord's Sup- nesday. October 4th is Rally Day in healthy exercise. "No, she replied to 91''
:Mrs. R. "A. Weeks, Mrs. O. I*. Beas. per will be celebrated.Mr. the Sunday school and church. the next question, "I don't like tho ," IfIP
;, ley, :Mrs" L. A. Davis, Mrs. O. L* of
J. M. Mitchell, as president Charleston, it Is tiring."I .
', Haynes and Mrs. W. L. Wall, assisted ST. MARK'SSt.
the official board will report the progress have no beauty rules, only," she
by Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. Paul I
E. Canova, Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. J. <>f the church and will call the Mark's Episcopal church: Sun- added, "I don't keep late hours, I try ,Monroe Banker
II. Carrodine and Mrs. J. T. Moore. roll of membership. day services at 11:00 a. m. to get nine hours sleep every night,
veteran Benediction will be by all members I get plenty of exercise. I eat heart
The guests included the surrounding the body of the house and but between I
ily, not meals. work
C>f J. J. Dickinson Camp, the Children
members of the joining hands and singing, "Bloat hard, and try to entertain only the And DiplomatBesides
of the Confederacy, "
I Be the Tie That Binds MU America highest thoughts. To all girls I would
and their
local U. D. C. Chapter
The Junior Endeavor Society will for 1925. say: "Keep your thoughts clean, for
SUes, also a few invited guests. lam-/
nor was served to eighty-two / commence its regular work at 6:30: clean thoughts radiate happiness in fathering tile famous doctrine
p. m., The Senior and Christian Endeavor the lace. that bears} his same President James

? WIENER ROAST Society will be organized in Monroe always .preached, conservation by
the near future. A cordial invitationIs PLANS FOR FLORIDA
The young peopli-: of the Epworth extended to the public as well as HOME EGG-LAYING baDk1 r. His keenness made the Louisiana

League and a few Invited guests en- to the church to be present and enjoy purchase possible..
Joyed a wiener roast Friday evening the above services. I
d. ,. at the park. The service at night at 7:30: Subject Florida is to have a home egg-lay- Every great man says that tanking Is
The party had a merry time making of the sermon will be "Our Ac- ing contest. This announcement was the bulwark of this country.
.J" '' \ fires, roasting wieners and after supper tions Here, Reviewed In the Hereafter. made recently by N. R. Mehrhof, extension -
playing games around the fires. ." poultryman at Gainesville.The Every business man every' mane every "

The spread consisted of rolls, roasted contest wil begin November 1. woman, should have a bank account.
wieners, mustard and toasted marsh- SEABOARD TIME TABLE 1925, and continue for one year. It
tnallows. will be under the supervision of tha Here you one?
r. 12:01 Sept. 6th,
Beginning : a. m.
Rev. C. F. Starnes, Comer Long, county and home demonstration
ijh I trains will run as follows: U haven't, start with 09 today.
Mr. Rideout, Mrs. A. W. Anderson1and s? agents and the extension poultrymen. yea
Miss Kate Struth attended to the j No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa arrive "Florida poultry raisers who have r

details of this merry party. |I at Starke 11:14 p. m. some good stock and would like to

With the assistance 'of the pupils arrive, keep production records for a year,
of the parents, the pastor hopes to pitting their hens against others of i
make the Epworth League, with its II No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa arrive the state, should enter this contest," Bradford County BankBradford
various important departments, a suc- I Starke 11:02 a. m. says Mr. Mehrhof in making the announcement -
No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville arrive
cessful organization for the young/ "Also those poultrymenwho
people. Starke 4:25: p. m. want to increase egg productionand County Financial Stronghold
No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville, learn more about the poultry I Established 1889 STARKE FLA. i
PRESBYTERIAN arrive Starke! 9 a. m.
No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key
1 Sunday: October 4th is tbserved as arrive Starke 6:11: p. m. -ono00)0 oaot= IOCIOIo
:Rally Day in the presbyterian church Starke and Wannee gpoiloaox 01:18
all over the world. The day will be I No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m. D n
obcorved In the Stake\ church with No. 102 arrives Starke 3:16: p. m. o
appropriate services. Limited Train r,.
The Sunday School will render a j No. 7 Jacksonville to St. Petersburg
Rally Day program at the Sunday due Starke 2:18: p m.
school hour. All the school taking i I i No. 104 St. Petersburg to Jackson- slean. HAMPTON BEACH CASINO
? part. The program Is of great Interest vllle I i due Starke 8:07 p. m.
and will be very interesting. All No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm o o ,
grown people will be present to enjoy Boach due Starke 10:15 a. m. a
the exercises by thj children. I T. J. Griffln, Agent o o
4try At the regular church hour there
will be varied exercises. As this is I Lakes Wales! -Hills Bros. will -
the anniversary of the pastorate of build factory to can 50,000 cases of
dlN Dr. Tucker, the services will take grapefruit this year.

our- -jo-calietl l defense- -programmeIs g. DANCE B

It-- this statement attributed to 0o
Judge Wilbur, Secretary of the
Navy: '
"In view of the experience of thenavy 11
planes in the Arctic expedition '
the failure of the Hawaiian MSa Every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday
flight: and the :Shenandoah: dis- ,
aster, we have come to the conclusion o \

Pacific are that still the our Atlantic beet defenses.and the Miss Fay Lamphler, of Alemeda lid i Nights from 8 to 12 P. M. In the finest I

"We have nothing to fear from. California sent by Oakland and as
enemy aircraft that ia not on Ihie the State's lint choice was crown- "
continent. ed America's most charming girl Dance Casino in Central Florida. ",
tr ,' >By Arthur Brisbane The experience in the Arctic, at the annual Atlantic City Beauty U U
the failure of the Hawaiian flight Show last week. She is nineteen
PRESIDENT ALREADY IN. the dreadful Shenandoah disaster years old-described as an ash
had nothing to do with capableair blonde. She is 5 ft. 8 inches, B
ARE WE AN OSTRICH but deal to and Is I
navigation a great weighs 13H a stenographer.- o

WATCH R. R. HOOKUPS.U. do our with air Incompetent force. managementof She five younger helps support brothers.her mother She studiedart and 8 ON LAKE LITTLE SANTE FE ;

S. PAUPERISM DYING.A and wants to be a cartoonist
We should have, indeed, nothing "Too busy for love," she lay 10
to fear from foreign aircraft if we
Washington correspondent could give to foreigners, such THE DETAILS
i says "President Coolidge will keep management as our aircraft has. "Lordy"-Miss Lampler smiled By'D
I out of the Mitchell fight," referring Mr. Wilbur's statement that our widely-"I feel as though I were in a Music
to Colonel Mitchell' charges oceans are our beet defense sounds dream"-although, she admitted,
\. as to general incompetence in the like the statement of some ostrich modestly blushing, "I did have a
saying, "I have nothing to o
management of United States air the sand Is my best fear o
forces and the suggestion that Col- can stick: my head into it."
onel Mitchell, lowered in rank for Bayer Aspirin
telling the truth once, should now It Is suggested that railroads be JOHNNIE KILE
tie arrested for telling the truth forced to combine in great transportation
units, and that they
twice. make their own selections "rather o. o
., than have the Government do the Proved SafeTake D' D
How could the President, who is choosing for them." o o

head of the Army and Navy, keep Why not have a selection of
out of the Mitchell matter It .. well-informed men railroad men of And His

not conceivable that his subordinates course, acquainted with traffic. conditions without Fear as Toldin
make a survey of railroads -
knowing of the President'sreadiness and let the Government
to hear both sides of any know which combination should "Bayer" Package o o
queetion. would undertake any: action be made in the Interest of aces- NOVELTY DANCE ORCHESTRA D
without hi. approval. oral and of efficiency o a o
v.-*The people do not bell...) that President Coolidge- will (T'BASER\

the President will permit any: ao- not think it wise to leaveeombinatloos
tlon against Colonel Mitchell until to selAah tnt A REAL Dance Orchestra
the entire aviation question shall based on opportunra** for .
9 have been fully: thrashed out, including bbtag, combining down
0'' the naeo in the effort s with good roa. jmotor the o
to fly: to Hawaii, and the eatas- of immediate profit, rather p Dlao.
trophe of the Shenandoah. than more IrtiS
unloadingPpvoofibi JoaooaoLr0 : Cr=0- aoooi XOCXOIIOEIO
for th sake of
It is to be hoped that the fe>- able railroads on 'the stockholder*
rzu11'1.when it come., will not be that owm profitable railroads. ------- -------- .- -- ,
a whitewashing enterprise, but a Does not affect
i rat investigation. Pauperism Is dying' out bhi
The President will want to know United States thanks to bettet the HeartUnless ,
why the protest of Commander wages, widows' pensions, more enlightened ;
Lansdowne, an experienced airman medical care, and specially you see the "Haver Cro.." on LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith
who had flown across the Atlantic campaigns of health advertising package or on tablets you are not getting
in a dirigible, was ignored. The carried on by the great lire the genuine millions Bayer and Aspirin provedsate ...
a President will not want any whit-' :insurance companies. by prescribed by
physicians over twenty-Ore for
washing or any offhand 1UW.Ion Of 100,000 in our population .
of Colonel !Mitchell, who isn't only 71.5 are la poorhouses now. Cold Headache
cattily suppressed, by the way. He And that is exactly T1.8 too many Neuritis Lumbago PEEK REALTY COMPANY. '
wilt want the facto, and will seethat In 1914 there were MJ out Toothache Rheumatism .
he gets them. in the poorhonses. Thing Neuralgia. Pain, Pain
have improved stns the wa Each unbroken "Bayer" package con- STARKE, FLORIDA
l The most disquieting thing la forced up wag**. taint proven direction. Handy boxes of

twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggists .. .. .., .. . .. .. .. . . "' ,
also sell bottles. of 24 and 100. r. '. .-" .- .. .o .. '

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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1925._ k ti '
"LOB.JDA p.u:1t invn.
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sonville was a weekend visitor wither h ADYICEto -- ,;;. ,

father Mr. R. C. Heiberger, Sa;.. I ,.. ...... .. "QED Vero Beach-New $85,000 apart. Sanford road.Keystone t 1
urday and Sunday ....1.. ...... -. I nent house under construction. I -

Mr. Felix Andrews, of South FlorIda Heights-Ground brokenfor
$ Bits of Local {; passed through our burg Thur. Tutt's \\\ Tampa-Plans anounoed for con-. new G. S. and F. Railroad station. .

day. We were sorry to leant of bfather's ,e "tructinj new 175,000 store and of i.Tlll"manl11Tobacco .

InformationConcerning death, which occurred aeyeral I.,1.......t1-" w b........s..a.. d l'-e.-'..- !lice building sales at local 1

weeks past. .. lapses..............ti....:.\.\ .Ki"Mfmee\ Plans l anounced for conat warehouses during one day, estU.
P. J. Padgett and family were vial, \ tt" mated at 160,000 pounds. ..,
ink "
returned to his twenty-five new
Our People, Business and tors to Hampton Saturday.Mr. P. L. Dinkins w rkd I, -

zj Progree of the County and Town. E. G. Manire\ and wife visile I )in Jacksonville Wednesday after, -S Groveland-Plans considered for Y:
his vacation here ,with hiy a Lake' ,,
Mrs. Manaire'a mother, Mrs. Hett; spending m"ntb'ant ,nundVn\ extending city limits. -

Cloversettle, Friday and Saturday. family. utAagyatt.\.aleis$59175for -
rc Brother Taylor of Hampton enjoyed Mist Florrie Terry of Lake City,, Groveland-City votes $205,000, for
pent Sunday here at the home of her Lake Word : 'r- new city hall, waterworks system, .1
a little fishing trip out on Lake
WEATHER REPORT Mrs. B. C. Price, of Kingston Pa.,. In
1 I Bedford on Thursday afternoon wit, parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry. gram under way' Cellesanding: pro. park and additional paving.
came Tuesday and are stopping at Dr. G. W. Brown, of Tampa, i ii a division. "... Sub.
Weather Report for week ending 1 Mrs. A. poor luck. (
the home of Mrs. Lila Griffin business
here for a few days on
September 80, 1925. I I Price will spend the winter here.I The people in this section had a nlci Frank Green was a visitor to Jack St. Augustine-T\VOTU ?. eurveytng' Haines City-Skinner Machinery
shower of rain Sunday p. m., whicl \ '' ? locate fruit machine
Sept. 24 94 72 00 I I,I aonville Monday. connty-a highways .uraUr ; to factory
,Sept. 25 84 70 .00 Sale Prices at Stump's are was badly needed. 1,i ;
Sept. 26 90 74 J>2 much cheaper than you can R. C. Heiberger, of Keystone During the heavy rain bere'Sundaj Palmetto.-Contract '... "-. \\1\81'e. ;j

Sept. 27 ft& 74 .55 :: get anywhere. a business visitor to Hampton afternoon, lightning played several stuctlt1i-P5O:0: : community hotel eon. 1
pranks besides striking several tele- RVflewYour
Sept., 28 89 74 .02 Saturday.Mr. building Health
Sept. 29 34 72 .18 ''., Saturday is work, day for the children B. L. Sullivan has recently! phone poles it followed the wire to \\
Sept. 80 83 71 .03 of the Methodist Sunday ,school sold one of his farms to Mr. Charley Anderson's Garage, where it rendered Daytona JJ.ach--Da"tona* Shores, by Purification
I I and made that Durling, which is located between Jack Howe unconcious for several. subdivision
Total rainfall for week 1.80 inches. the money on day new being opened here i iLeesburg \
Correction: Maximum temperature! : will be sent to the Orphans Home at Starke and Hampton on the highway. momenta. He was leaning agalnlt'l "tnr phys1einn will\
for Sept. 21 should have been 06 ': Benton Springs. ""* the front door of the Garage. -City votes to extend 'I'IU that
and not 97. PINE CASTLE James Pitta returned to work at I area approximately eight square t mi tNutura ettfnmof the' Y'. .
I Waldo Monday, after spending a few miles. Perf"ct 1IIJn r ;
Dr. W. F. Dunkle elderof
Pine Castle
Oct. 1.-Mr. and Mrs. I "
the Jacksonvilee\ district, will E. L. days here with his family. yourself ..f! ..h runic uitu not fill i
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White spent Youngblood and little son, Lawton I West Palm Beach:Plans formulating is that
Tuesday in Jacksonville. I II I preach at the Methodist church Sunday of Graham spent Thursday here During Sunday night sometime the I addi are. undermining your 'vitalityf
I, evening at 7:45.: While in town with relatives. store of E. E. Buroey was broken Into for constructing $385,000 Purify your ,iin-,' ,
I Dr. Dunkle will also hold the last but nothing was missing. The front tion to Palm Beach county court \11' taking '
blanb for sale at the Tele-j Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling spent a thorouch "'r-o of i'aloUbsonce
Legal house.
graph office. i quarterly conference of the year. I II Monday in Starke. doors were found wide open, Sunday I or twice u \\,.,>k fnr scverai "

Miss Lucille Hall and Mr. J. W,, morning with something against them Sarasota-Work to begin imediat lyon weeks-and set- bow. Nature ,
I Big Bargain Sale now on at Smith Gainesville to keep them open. The Lawtey rewards -
of visitorsto
were new $1.000,000 nine-story office with hcuhh
Mrs. L. H. Hill, of Lawtey, was a State Bank was also entered the you "

\ visitor here Tuesday. I I Stump's.The :I Felix Hampton Andrews Beach, of Theressa Friday afternoon, was visiting I same night by prying open the front'I building. Cnlotaba are the pr"'itt"i.-st of all (

W. T. C. U. etaoin etaoin nnn friends in our section Sunday door. Nothing was missing excepta Daytona Beach-City to spend $1- gystem purifiers. Get fumily ,
Go to the Big Sale now on atStump's. package containing full
: The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. afternoon. revolver. 000,000 for new waterworks and sewer direc'I

I II, C., will meet next Wednesday afternoon A. C. Hall and eon Clyde and Wil- PARRISII MUST DO NINE I system. tions, price 35 cta. trial piu>knRp,

Weller left Wednesday I I the 7th inst., at the home of I bert were visitors at the home of L. MONTHS PRISON TERM: 10 cts. At any drug store. (Adv.)
Miss Mabel
I,! Mrs. J. T. Moore, in Lawtey. The R. Kalch, of Hampton, Saturday.Mr. Bank deposits of Florida increasing
1 i afternoon for Emlenton, Pa., where I meeting will begin at 3:30: p. m., and and Mrs. C. B. Roberts of Supreme Court Upholds Convictionfor at rate of two million dollars for

she will visit relatives for some time.I I the president Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Graham, spent Sunday here with Mr, Aiding Raiford Escape. each banking day, since Januaryl

I Ifs urges all members to be present. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. 1025.Zephyrhilla. UENTAIYORDt
Mrs. A. M. Darby, of Gainesville, : Tallahassee, Sept. 28.-The Florida
Miss Lucille Hall
visiting! her daughter, Mrs. S. and Leroy Was- state prison farm recently admittedT. $52,000 bond issue
din, of Graham,attended the B. Y. P. voted for street paving, exteneslon'':
Peek. J. Parrlah
L.I'I Mrs. A. Price and daughter-in-law U. sentenced to 9 months (
at Hampton Sunday
night. COLUMN
I for of municipal waterworks, and construction I
aiding convict aftera
a escape, ,
i Beasley spent Friday and I Olen Hicksof
Vandl Williams is at home again Sat-I Hampton, spent the hard fight in the courts.Parrish ow white way on Seventh
urday at the home of his father, week-end here with his cousins, Clyde "
) after spending several months in I I who lives Maxvillo Avenue.
Beasley. Gus was enroute to St. Pet : and Wilbert Hall.A. near I
[ Kansas City, Mo. I,I ersburg from Durham N. C., wherahe ; C. Hall was a business visitor was convicted In the lower court for Lake Worth-800-horsepower FOR SALE Genuine Missionary '

: spent the summer months playing to Waldo Tuesday morning. concealng J. R. Camp, an escape gine to be installed in city water, Strawberry plants from Salisbury,,
Special Sale prices on all Dry ball as a member of the Piedmont from the Raiford farm. Camp was plant. an'l// Maryland. Leave your order early.

I, Goods at Stump's.P. I I League which won the pennant the WOODLAWNWoodlawn serving a five year sentence for the power Ed L. Browne Rt A, Starke 7-84-tf

past season. Gus went from here to larceny of an automobile, having Avon Park-$300,000, paving pro j FOR SALE-A! nice thoroughbred J'';
E. Canova and Paul E. Jr., been sent from | young
': St. Petersburg where he will engage : Oct. I.-Messrs. D. B. up Orange county. gram under way. Shetland Well ,broken,
[returned Monday afternoon from a Parrish sought a new trial, and it pony. J
in the of law.
Browning and
practice C. Milliard
were and Just '
gentle to ride and buggy. F
[business trip to Avon Park. ; I business visitors was denied. He then took an appealto Lake Worth-City to install dc. !
1 to Jacksonville tric truffle signals. the thing to develop the boye. N. D. +
I Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefott and lit Thursday. the supreme court. The latter tri I Wainwright Starke Fla. "' 925tf."OR ,
Royal Palm self-rising flour, 24 ills, daughters and Miss Inez Abernathy Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Denmark, of bunal a short time ago, ordered the Panama City-New boat factory to .
[pounds for $1.25; 12 pounds 65 centsat :f,. have returned from a trip to Jacksonville spent the week-end hen prisoner held under the sentences of be constructed here. |II] RENT-Store In northern part '

[ J. C. Manning's.Maurice : Grand Rapids, Mich., and other places with relatives.M. the lower court. of Starke. See Mrs. J. C. Wills. 9' V'VIt'
I : I
Worth.wtit; ;
: of interest In the North. From the D. Carter and family were visitors The conviction of Parrish according Lake way lights to'' 2 -R
G. Langford spent several Grand Rapids Press is taken the following to Starke Saturday. to prison department officials here, be installed along three-miles of. ;

[days in West Florida during the first I I note: "Mrs. T. B. Barker and Supt. H. B. Wiggins was a visitorto was a notable achievement for the Divle Highway through here. I ]FOR SALE:-Best Rustproof and Fut. ',.

[of the week. Mrs. B. J. Opperman entertained recently -I our! school Thursday. authorities. The newly-admitted I' gum Seed Oats, and Rye Seed. Also
I Number of farms in Bay
E. Mains ot their home on Hastings St.,i A large crowd of young people attended prisoner was prosecuted for having I complete line of trucking and
and Mrs. Mary I Ifor I taken Camp into his home, obtained increased 63 per cent, between 1920 t
the pleasure of Mr. and Mrs. P. the social at the home of Mr. I garden seeds. Seminole Seed Co.,
Johnson, of Lake Butler were guests I M. Barefoot and daughters, of Starke, and Mrs. Norman Friday evening. clothing for him, and concealed him and 1925. j 14 years in the seed business

[of Mrs. D. E. Knight Monday. I Fla., who are spending a few weeks f in Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips entertained there. Witnesses testified that par- Panama City-Plans. proposed far' < Galne vl11e. Fla. 1024t.
this city." several friends at their 'home rish burned the stripes whichCampwas constructing new hotel l here. I '
Silas Kite, of Palatka, was here Sunday It being the sixty-fifth wearing at the time, and later SOD PEANUTS

[the first of the week attending to II i NOTICE bitrhday of Mr. Phillips. Those attending took the prisoner for several milns Orlando-Building permit for -
{business. were: Mr. and Mrs. Jas. and there turned him loose. month of August exceeds million dollars. -' N. C. or Florida Runner Seed! Pea i
I The Starke Growers' Association lips Miami Phil outs $1.00 per bushel (Four cents }
Legal blanks for sale at the Telef will meet at the court house Saturdayp. Strickland ; Mr. and Mrs. A. O. NOTICE I isr pound) t. o. b. Lowell. Flo.
October 3rd 3 of Starke) Mr. and Mrs Mount Dora-Contract let for constructing H. T. HALL COMPANY.
graph office. m., at o'clock. A
I I 1 C. S. Dubose, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Den Notice is hereby given that the
good attendance is desired. : new apartment house on -9-tf.1 Lowell J'1a.
mark, of Jacksonville trustees of
; and Mr. and Starke school will receive
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Carrodine of NOTICE FOR SALE Mrs. J. S. and W. II. Norman and 1 ( sealed bids for 6 cords heart "._ -
Lawtey, were visitors to Starke Tues I I families. dead pine and 14 cords green pine,

day. I The court house; fence will be of Miss Debbie Phillips and Mrs. Ray split in 4 feet lengths, delivered at We can charge
fered for sale to the highest bidderon Denmark, were visitors to Starke Sat fire room at Starke school building, your
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Holtzendorf, Monday, the 6th day of October, A. urday. until 10 o'clock a. m., Saturday the I YES 8 HKS
fof Oak Hill, spent the weekend In i D. John Browning 10th of October 1925
[/Starke with relatives. I 1925.Board County Commissioners tor to Jacksonville was Monday.a business vial school furnace. File bids, for with use D. E.In Storage efSmith's In I'

Save money by going t of I By G. W. Alderman. Otis Morgan of U. S. Navy, who 1 is Knight, Starke, Fla. All bids subject

[Stump's Sale now on. NOTICEI spending a few days with his parent to rejection by trustees.D. StarkeLIFE'S
I In the Wateroak section was a visa E. Knight!

Gerald Middleton, Frank Carpenterand I R. R. Thede, by virtue of powervested tor here with friends Friday evening. . . . Garage Fla.,
[ Charles Darby of the U. of F., In me by law as mayor of the ""
[were visitors here Wednesday after I Town of Lawtey, Florida do herebydesignate LAWTEY FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUS. -

noon. and set aside the week be Lawtey, October 1.-Prof. B. W. TRIAL REVIEW

I( ginning Monday, October 5th, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mrs. W. L. Edwards ending Saturday, OctoberlO, 1925 as from Friday to Monday in Athens,, St. Augustine-Electric \lights be- ,

[ and Mrs. Lila Griffin motored clean-up week, and respectfully ask Ga., Supt. II. B. Wiggins, of Starke,, ing Installed in Parque Aviles, subdi
I to Gainesville Friday to visit rela I that all streets, public places vacant taught school in his place Friday. vision RAINY DAYS

tlves. lots, residence lots and all\ other placesin Arthur Grlffls of Tampa, was t Largo-New
store building under
I the corporate limits of the town of Sunday visitor here at the home ol construction.
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph Lawtey, Florida, be cleaned up and I his! Parents, Mr. and Mrs.!\ Enoch ARE SURE TO COME

office. placed in good condition, both sanitary Grims. Tampa-Henderson Boulevard to he

I and otherwise, so as to give a I W. E. Torode was transcatlng business i, widened from 80 to 40 feet.
William M. Agin spent Sunday with pleasing view to the traveling publicas in Jacksonville Tuesday -

i.his sister, Mrs. Freeman Register. as well as to those at home.Respectfully Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod, of Mel- St. Autrustine-New subdivision
i. Mr. Agin is employed by the S. A. L. submitted. rose were visitors here last week. for colored people, being opened.

\ Ry. Co.. II R. R. Thede, Mayor Mr. Carmie heal, the Seaboard sec Fort Meade-Bu3ldirg at Broadway
Town of Lawtey a. lion foreman here, left
Friday foj and Charleston Avenues
being razed
A store full of Get Bartow to ;
new move his
goods. family. They will to make for .
way new Meade ho-
{[ Sale prices at Stumps. I ZIFF be located at the residence of Mr. and tel.
Mrs. J. J. McLeod.
Mr. Bummanot
Rosa Ltviton left last week for Val- Aug.ll\Ir. Charley Kelley Atlanta Ga.
and Mr Mr. relieving him dui- to be built to
daughter Ruby S. I-
I dosta Ga., where she entered theE I Irg his absence. county courthouse.
E Georgia-Florida Commercial Prescott were visitors to Starke Sat Robert
College' Dinkins, of Jacksonville
I for a business course. I' urday. was a week-end visitor here with hii, Kelsey ity-Bridge to be constructed AVEYou
Miss Ollie
spent Sunday
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dink across Worth here,
Sugar, 15 pounds for $1,00 at J.Menning'e C. I at Heilbronn with friends. Ins.
Messrs. George Rivera and Brow Lakeland-Contract awarded at
[ Cheap Cash Store. Sheriff
I ard and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonof $1,250,000 for
Johns of Jacksonville\ spent Sunday constructing 40 miles

The Bradford County High school l, afternoon here with friends and I day Stark, visited relatives here Frt l additional. highway {in Lakeland district.
[now has an enrollment of four hun-I Mr\ and Mrs.\ C. Y. Mayo, of Jacksonville .
dred and seventeen pupils and each Mr.\ and Mrs. J. O. Dennison and I were week-end visitors Sun Haines City-Biidi'nll';; permits for know how it is: it you carry your umbrella the sun
sons, of Midway, spent the week-end
[.week the number Increases. I here with Mrs. Dennison's parents:", day W. the home of Mr, and Mrs. r. month of August" totaled 322000. is sure to shine; but go unprepared and you are just as

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis.Mrs. ; sure to get a drenching.
Ladles Jacksonville-Plans being
bring your list of Dry Mrs. B. W. Hall returned to her I completed
J. B.
I I Goods you need for fall toStump's at Pine Thomas Hill with spent her last daughter Wednesday I- home In Athens, Ga., last week af. Jacksonville for new $250,000 Beach.Willlston city hall, for So it is with life ; the man who makes provision for
lot of ter
save a
money. spending a few weeks
Mr. W. II. Shaw. here with
her husband Prof. Hall. the morrow never seems to get In difficulties and YOU
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Carrodine and Miss Nlshlul Dennison, of Lake -"Wllliston San" occupy. call him lucky. But this is not luck for his forethought has
jMrs,. J. T. Moore of Lawtey wen Butler spent Sunday here with Miss Ing new building; new modern parseand
here Opal Lewis. foller Installed. made it impossible to be caught unawares and what
Tuesday to attend the U. D. C.,,.
dinner given at the club house. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal were the WE SELL would be a misfortune for you is but an incident to him.
guests of relativea here the past

Mrs. S. weekend.Mr. 'SCHOOL TABLETS and
C. Carnell returned Saturday -
a her John Lewis! spent Monday 1 In PENCILSWE 666
to home in Ground, aftci
{spending several days with her par- Starke on busineis. HAVE 215 GALLON ST. Begin Saving Now
[eats Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Mrs J. W. Lewis was on the ale k RUP BARRELS I1JSO EACH IS a ._..... ..
list last week. AT THE Malaria Chilla and Fever

Dr. W.'F. Dunckle of Jacksonville,, Messrs. Pervls Lewis attendedchurch Dengne er Bilious Fever
will preach next Sunday evening 7:45 at Brooker Sunday night. American Lunch ii kin u. .....

To'clock at the Methodist church. All Don't forget there will\ be a week s BANK OF STARKE
members urged to be present and vlsl- meeting over at Dedan this week. STARKE
ton cordially\ Invited. Everybody Invited to come. S. Courtney Habitual Constipation CuredIn
14 toll: Day
THERESSAThereasa "LAX-F0S WITH PEPSIN" l Is a specially The Bank ot Helpful ServiceWE
9 Contracts for deeds, chattel mort- prepared SyrupTonJc.Lauclvefor Habitua1Constipation. /

e.!.. blanks, option contracts warIraaty Sept, 30. R. M. Hers*,y It relieves promptly and
- deeds retain title notes tar and family were visitors to Starke T* Cana Cold la OM Day- should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days PAY 4 PER CENT\ ON SAVINGS
Ijxntine leases tte. for sale Saturday. raw LAXATIVE BMOMO QUGOIfZ tt.wa.r, II Induce regular action. It Stimulates and
at tht
Mop. Casaja '"' sad +are.edr We
't Very Pleasant to Take.
:Telegraph office. Miss Margaret Heiberger, of Jack Gold W.Aove a=.:: w..rlt saws Regulates.per bottle.


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CATARRHAL DEAFNESS I,improving the school grounds for Itl-I -

fa! often caused bit dn inflamed condition ': project.< The members have fence,)
of the mucous llnlntr of the :Zuxacnlan: posts and window bcxes made and
Tub. When thin !t. Inlluniod you
tuba '
FARMERS and FARMING hay a rumbllnif sound or Imparted I, plants rooted. They have invited all
hearing.. Unlee Ui > imummailon. can I the men and will serve a picnic din-
be> reduced your h armS/ may oe> oe>- BID this PROPERTYTHE
ner the day the fence
.. .tm.ed forever. ia built and the on
.. will)
-. ...' -- HALL'S CATAJl!' t plants set.
40 what .e claim r it-rid your sreleta
FAKMEUM::! AND TKUCKERS; ARE INVITED TO COXTRIBUTB of Catarrh or uttpeea c&U..d. ,by...
t: ARTICLES OF FARM in uccM"ful.. In the treatment of
baa b i :teed for livestock
when it is :
COUNTY. Forty Tears. most ALL-FLORIDA
TO BH L UEaT SUITED: TO' OUR Catarrh Sold by for all over drugnlntiF. needed.
J. Cheney Co., Toledo, aIf

cover crop is heavy, mow and allow -]I i Notice fa h.ib* 5
It to lie where cut (this controls eon ae !Sheriff! of Bradford Counts Florida '
I under and by virtue of that Writ of EIMU-
(pumpkin bugs.) Make preparations tloa bawd out at and under the hand i
Board of Control ha elected (By Spuds Johnson) fMy harvesting, but do not market j I Ml Bradford of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 'I 223 W. Forsyth Street

Edgar F. Grossman as assistant antes boy and girl who have nowbeen I green fruit. Pecan: Pick up and Auirtut. 12th County.A. P. 121.Florida on, that bearing certain date jod of*. I i

mologist, cotton insect Investigations, j club work for three years, read burn all twigs cut off by girdlers. I ment frfond.obtained/ by Fmnele Itaeler by her next JACKSONVILLE FLORIDARecently
Jemee '
University of Florida, Experiment the announcement )last week that a Plow under cover crops. Put soil In ;I Ronfer and E. W.raekln Roeler. plaintiff ae .....ulo.n. of Jarace the ,

Station, according to announcement boys', and girls' club enrollment week condition and plant winter cover crop etate of J. B RooI.... "deeeaard .bearlnir date

made by Wilmon Newell Director of \Is going t6 be held In the state from of oats and rye or a mixture of both. of the Bradford 1th day of County July, 1925.State In of the Florida.Clrault{ that Court I

tbe Experiment Stations. Mr. Grossman October 19 to 24. Immediately they Garden and Truck.-Spray peppers I have .levied upon under old ....atlon and purchased the ELLSWORTH TRUST COMPANY'S
succeeds Geo. D. Smith, who thought! of a number of neighbor boys with 4-4-50 Bordeaux to prevent Cercospora ourthouie will Mil at door pu61/.Wallop/ In front of the
on afondiy. the
has resigned from the Station service and girls who should, be in club work leaf spot. Spray cucumbers of No.......... A. D. m 8. durln Second tbe bal day land located InBRADFORD .. .
to enter the commercial field. *nd' who are not. They wanted b with 4-4-50 Bordeaux to prevent I hour of ..1. thereon, to the hlhe>t and .beet (.--.o-: .- .-.-. +IlP'7a1M!;! : a* Me' -- "" ....
i I bidder' for nun, all Internet
Mr. Grossman Is. graduate of start out right away and get these downy mildew and anthracnose. Watch I i J. B. Roeler d........ In the of following the.te4 undo of COUNTY FLORIDAFor

Washington & Lee University ha boys toned girls to Join, first asking for the bean Jassid and spray with I j of lylnir Florida and I bring to-wit In Bradford County, Slate ,

taken his Master'! degree at Column what I thought about it. I I I soap and tobacco extract; also spray The W.t half of I the Northwest quarter of I.
bia University and has also pursued f encouraged them In getting these with lead arsenate for leaf-roller. Section Two'',.. Townehlp Five South. Ranre I the first time we are offering this property. The land

advanced work in Northern unlversl- h ,:, t :and girls to enroll, for I have Watch for flea hopper on celery and Twentyone Mid Judgment Eaet. for with the_purpose Ie. of eatuifyIntr lied by this Trust Company for several years and
t Until recently ho has been club work spray with kerosene emulsion. Transplant (Slatted) W. ". EPPERSON i I
ties. enHl' the results of among '
cabbage cauliflower, celery, _Aa Sheriff of Bradford wiif'convey the land "as Is Where T"by"the) title
,3. gaged in cotton boll weevil Investigations .mil buys and girls and know what ta9-nloao we same
for the Georgia State Board of advantage it Is to them. I have onions and lettuce; plant other seedI
jin I I beds of these for successive transI ORDER FOR PUBLICATION Ellsworth Trust Company conveyed to us. Legal description -
enthusiastic about :,
p Entomology.The become so
cotton investigations which include this even) work that I am minded to go out !I'i planting. Plant (in field) beets onion I In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial c..antP'1 given below Examines--the County record1ooktheland ;

plant breeding work in the direction and talk to the parents of boys and seed, Brussels sprouts, carrots, Clara Bradford lieal.County, Florida In ..
and send BID.
of securing cotton types and girls in tho community who should be'I' kale mustard, parsnip, parsley onion q' over us your

varieties suited to Florida conditions i In club work and are not, and try sets, radishes rape spinach and H.It H.appearing Beat. Defendant.
by affidavit
Swiss chard.Boys appended to the Bradford AcresTWP.
'. and also studies ot cotton diseases to get them to encourage the boys and i bill rUed In the above-elated e...... that H. H. County---980
and their control as well as boll wee- girls, to enroll. and Girls.-Get pigs readyfor Beal the defendant therein named I V a reel-I
'.' Vil investigations, was, by LCtion of I i' fairs. Club record books should r''ltr.ot auto of Florida, but: eonocale 5 S. RANGE 18 EAST
I have watched this club 'work tn that proeces cannot be Served upon I,

the last lei'isliiture, transferred from the county and am firmly convinced which be put in shape for county contest I I It him la and over ordered the aire that of twenty-one lean f I .s\V SW __________________v----_______ 9
tbor State Plant Board to the Univer- I is to test what :you have done. Mid resident des
city of Florida Experiment Stations. that i It;, should be reaching more boys I, j Be at both these with your work don ,,,I the ftndnnt bill of bo complaint and In hereby filed required In eaid caws to .p.on.. or to NE NE ______________________________36

$ The cotton laboratory, formerly main- and girls. I know the county and and your exhibit and records up to;before' Monday, the tad day of Nor. A D.
tamed by the Plant Board at Madison j1 j1Florida doing j I date. Enroll in club wor this month. will be otherwise taken ae the eonfeeied alleiratloni by said of eald hill TWP. 6 S. RANGE 18 EAST
has been discontinued and 1 j I In the Home.-Cooperate in the It ie further ordered that thla "d.r.ndant.l

of people in the various communities, | community effort to establish hot llehed once a week for four conaecutlve wish SW SW ___ ____ ____ __ 10
J. tho work and equipment transferred a i In the Bradford County. Telegraph + __ __ __ _____ ____

to Gainesville, as it is found that ion they| of can us do all more.getting It Is together Just a ques-and' ,school lunch. Make at least one hat per This publliihed September In add County. and State.a gewepr' E 1-2 SW SE __________________________15
j in the and loth. 1928.O.
'I' the superior laboratory facilities at i family, help extend the
t the University make possible more pulling. | ]family budget. Brighten up the homo Clerk. W. ALDERMAN Circuit Court. W 1-2 NE NW ________________________17

,( exhaustive and thorough research I believe, and I have had consider. i by dyeing old sheets, or inexpensive SEAL) By C. A. KNIGHT SE NW or Sl-2 Lot 1__________________26

I ::, work on all of the cotton problems. able observation to prove this belief t 1 1i brown domestic for draperies, chair A. S. CREWS. Deputy Clark Wl-2 SE ______________________________26
,l) i i correct, that club work is one of tho I bottom) :! and sofa pillows. Solicitor for Complainant 10.4.8t-10.80.
F PLANS FOR FLORIDA 1 best ways possible to get the boys I\' . . NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS ,
HOME EGG-LAYING i and girls interested In rural life and I TWP. 6 S. RANGE 18 EAST
betterment of the home and the I I. EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY Notice I U hereby given that all creditor
CONTEST- I munity. Club work should do much AGENTS' REPORTS elaima legatee*or dutrlbutece demand. against and all the persona eatate having'of W. "' Lot 1 or ______________________________28

Florida is to have a home egg-lay- to, keep the boys and birls life more C e e e. e e. J.ireeent J. "on.the.. rams dcceaned duly, are authenticated hereby. required to the to 'I trac. Nl-2 NE ____________________

Ing contest. This announcement was pleasant and more profitable. Baker : County Judge. of Bradford County, Florida at I Lot 2 or_______________________________28
-- -- | -Have devoted most of my time I hie office In the courthouse in the town of
made N. R. Mehrhof
;I recently by extension SOME: THINGS TO DO ON TILE 1 I' i to treating hogs. Was called to treat 'Starke within 12 month from date hereof and frac. Nl-2 NW __________________
Gainesville. thla notice will' .
poultryman at be held In Bar
I thereto and
Tho contest wil begin! November 1. FARM AND IN THE HOME: > ;in two communities where I had not all osmotic Indebted to said rote are requir NE NE _______________________________29
DURING MONTH OCTOUER formerly worked, and where minor ed to pay the rams forthwith to the under
1025, and continue for one year. It outbreaks signed Administratrix, Sl-2 NE _____________________________29
of cholera had been report I This 2nd day of October,
will be under the of tha IMS.
supervision Agricultural Extension Division' Specialists ed. Treated 152 head in one day. EQUILLA JONES Nl-2 SE _____________________-________29
county and home demonstration Suggest Reminders of I Administratrix. Estate of W.
agents and the extension poultrymen. Important Work This St. Johns-The most interesting | 10-2-01.11-27 J. J. Jones dMeaeed : SE SE _______________________________29

"Florida poultry raisers who havo Month. I occurrence of the week was the collection I MASTER'S I I'

2 ;i some good stock and would, like to -"'-- and shipment of a carload of ALB I TWP. 4 S. RANGE 19 EAST

+ keep production records for a year, Most farmers and farm womenknow corn, donated by the farmers of Hereby notice U given that under and by

*, pitting their hens against others of very well what should be done I i)I Hastings and shipped to Athens Ga., cloeure virtue of made that" certain final d on I th decree* Iflth of day for of** )| Lot 4 ________________________________19

the state should enter this contest," In October when they stop and think. I there to be distributed among the farmers of September.the Circuit 9Sdb"No Court A. Z. Adklna Jud SE NW -_________-____________________23
t However, it is possible that Im- of the Eighth Jodie 11
says Mr. Mehrhof in making; the an some who
nouncement. "Also those poultrymenwho partant item may be overlooked. The j the drouth.have Many been arrived hardest with hit corn by Circuit County.. In of chancery.Florida. In In that and certain for Bradford cause : SW NW ______________________________26

want to Increase egg productionand following short concise suggestions :1 I I after the car was filled. Hunk therein of pending1 Columbia' .between.a corporation this ,Federal Land NW SW --____________________________26
learn more about the poultry are prepared by specialists of the Agricultural I, and against. H, J. Thomafl. Emma Thomaa J.. SE NE ---------_______________________34
i business will profit by the contest." ) Extension Division, Experiment ( Escambia-The city market is being ry tonal Smith.Farm enGl Smith and the Lawtey Nat "
In ahome egg-laying contest the Station and College of Agricul revived by the Kiwanis Club. defendant Loan Association a corporation

hens are kept at home under the ture at Gainesville, and are simply a Th undersigned Special Master In '.10.1. TWP. 63. RANGE 19 EAST
.' compilation of what most farm I 1\larlon-ProgrelBlve farmers of faun*, appointed' to execute said decree will
supervision the

'! of poultry raiser and already know to do. people the Summerfield community held a on tiring Monday, the second day of November.: 1928. I NE SE ________________________________ 5
k records of production are carefully I the legal hour of tale thereon, "baton" .
kept. Dairying.-Fill the silo. Graze th* 1 I meeting there this week and discus- the court house door la Stark Bradford NW NE -----__________________________10

The rules of the Florida Contestare velvet bean fields. Plant oats, rye |l sod sweet potatoes, dairying; poultry, '11 ands County.l situated Florida in aril Bradford the following County. described Florida* ) Nl-2 NW -____________________________10
and for winter I I IHogs. and the next tomato crop. !Much In- to highest bidder for I
as follows: rape grazing. T\h : : |
1. Contestants must raise some .-Look after fall litters' I I) terest is being shown by farmers 1 In .quarter: Southwest of the Northwest quarter :r'thI'h.\; :: SE NE ________________________________. !'t
'i quarter and I
standard breed of poultry Keep young pigs growing by keeping I that community In a few cows, a few 1 North half of th* Northwest quarter of the the ,| SI-2 NE _____________________________25 !I'!

r 2. Contestants agree to keep records them on patsure. and by feeding a lit-I hens income., and some pigs for a steady cash and Bouthweat the West uarter half of of the the Southeast Northwest quarter quarter of NW SE -----__________________________25 -;
for one tie grain. I I the North went quarter of the
year. Poultry.-Keep fall chicks er' and the North half of the Northeant quarter quar- I Sl-2 SW -----_________________________27
.3. Contestants agree to send one sepa-j I Santa Rosa-The of h. Southwest
copy of each monthly report to the rated from older birds,, and give them loglst M. R. extension path )- ,quarter and the South quarter half of of the the :Northwest Northwest S\VSW -------________________________17
I I Ensign, and myself in. i j quarter of the ;:
clean soil and Southwest I
county or home demonstration agent, !good shade of growing spected several fields of I I west quarter of Section. quarter of the North
sugar cans Trenty-el
or if there is no agent, or if there is crops or trees. These chick from this week. Every field, except of't lITownnhlp,''tEYFail five ((6)). South. JI..."*. Twenty-two( "* 1 TWP. 7 S. RANGE 19 EAST..
no agent, to N. R. Mehrhf Extension September and October eggs, laid by Cayana-10 .and. containing Thirty ((30) gcrea,
showed lce
infestation. This! more or
+ Poultryman, Gainesville, Fla. hens still rough! and ragged are from i! variety showed infestation I f! !Said Male to be mad 1I1J.t. and for the I NW SE _______________________________ 3
Report blanks and record books are your best record hens; nature has when even t I 1 eatiAfactfon, of said final' decree. with ....1..
culled them for growing alongside of an infest A. S. CREWS ,
furnished by the agricultural extension you. They will give !
service at Gainesville. you !good hatching eggs next fall and j variety. I D. E. KNIGHT Special Mastar. I TWP. 4 S. RANGE 20 EAST .

After all the reports for ono monthare winter. Hillsborough-Met with two citrus Solicitor for complainant. 10.t-8t-10.80. NW SW 34 -
I .
in, they will be tabulated and tho Winter Cover Crops and Pastures..1' clubs ths week. Steadily increased in- NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX f fNE

results will be sent to the various -Plant rape, oats, or rye for this I I' terent and progress were shown by DEED UNDER GENERAL SECTION 171 or THE
contestants. I'purpose.' Dallis grass and lespedeza j both clubs. STATUTES I TWP. 5S. RANGE 20 EAST

Those planted on heavy moist lands Notice I I. hereby given that M. Squires,
4 interested in entering this will make now I Hamilton Have of Ta< Certificate No. 108. dated purchaser the-,; NE ______________________________21 t
: contest should see their county or. good spring and summer treated a total of 6th day. of August. A. D. 1918. ha i
home demonstration agent at once or'I' 'pasture. I 1,058 hogs in two weeks. certificate in my office and has made>lI..1 said NW NE ---___________________________21 .:

) '. write to tb". Agricultural Extension Hay and Corn.-Harvest fall hay law tion for Said tax certificate deed. to "limo.embrace In accordance the' following with I SW NE -----------?--_________________21 'f:
Division at Gainesville fur informs crops. Treat corn In tight cribs with I l. HOME: deeorlbed property situated In Bradford County ..
.i I tlon.I carbon bisulphide ((1 pound to 100 eu. DEMONSTRATION: | : Florida, to-wlt 1 : I .
AGENTS' REPORTS Northetiat quarter of Southeast quarter, i TWP. 5 S.
of crib ) to kill Section
I space weevil. 26. Twp. 4, South Range. M Kjit.
acne i j
Keep '
It is now the open season for kill away from this fumigant Palm B'cach- 'peach canning contest The sold land being. assisted at the date of SE NE --______________________________21 '
I. Sweet
ing cotton stalks, and thereby help.I' Potatoes.-Handle carefuly the Issuance of such
ing to kill next year's boll weevils andI1 and pljicaJn storage only sound and I was held during exhibit and program of Unknown Unlee ald certificate certificate In the shall nm t.* NE SW -----------____________________26
anthracnose. healthy- potatoes to prevent storagerots. of the Lake Worth club. Winners '.redeemed ii. thereon according on the 2nd to 'law day* tax of Novembe"deed will.. H- SE SW -______________________________26
received A.
'. -' r mayonnaise set, the USD D. 1028.Witnee.
"One woman reported $15.60 worthof /11 Gr.t... nfl Oi l'l'hard.-Citrus Make of which they will demonstrate at the my. official signature and seal this
: October meeting. the 29th day of September. A. D. 1921 TWP. 7 S. RANGE 20 EAST
Easter lilies sold off a circular bed[] thorough! clean-up l spraying with oil O. W. ALDERMAN

I' four feet in diameter," says a report I 'emulsion to control whitefly and 1 JIolmea-Eve--m; woman has Clerk Circuit County.Court norila1a28b10.10 Bradford, NE SE ______________________________ 4
by Mrs. Mary S Allen
home demonstration scale. Be
sure to wash her
agent in Uillsborough i( thoroughly sprayer fall garden ready to plant as soon D, C. A. KNIGHT.: NW NE ---___________________________22
i .
county as soon as through using.p j as rains fall. Deputy Clerk.NOTICF

OF APPLtCATIOPC' FOR TAX NE NE -----__________________________23
DeSoto-Our contest this fall Is to DEED UNDER SECTION STf Of THE
be in the form GENERAL STATUT.M
of a style show witheach
1 4 IeIF girl carrying a product of her ..Notice (In hereby .I..a that J. R. Law

second selected project. The girls,the parchnser 4tb' day of of tag July.eertiflclat A. D. 19fl N"",,, 851.ha* El-2 SW ______________________________ 6

are almost very 35 much dresses interested.were begun This, and week 20 I made filed laid application. certificate for tax In my deed: offlc to Inan and in haa ac SE NW _______________________________ 7
cordance with
'wire-grass baskets, 15 reed baskets the following described lawf Said property eertlflcat, *situated embrace la NE SW ______________________________ 7

and 6 pine needle baskets. Bradford Two Acre County In NW Florida Cor. *of to-wlt SW1-4 i of NWl-4, SE SW ________________________________ 7
. (idle sad Pe.eq Lake resp-thlll;;; Sr IS.Twp. 1. S R. t a B.
Y Doa eeM.leriai -The week to my: The sail land "beta' aa.Meed at the dale of
, i, A 11Le tleelsr.i tsrtla first visits of the school year to seven 'i 'the Robert"'Uuanee Gala of each certificate In the Bam of TWP. 5 S. RANGE 22 EAST

e school has been most encouraging. {I Unleaa' Mid certificate
k Interest of both pupils and teachers eordinc. to law. tax deed shall will two b*.redeemed thereofl. u.on NE NE -______________________________12
the MLA day of October.. A. D.
foretell 128.
a good of club
T-1 I year work and Who my official signature and aeal thai
the schools are offering to give all 1 'the lard day of September.. A. D. 1828. TWP. 6 S. RANGE 22 EAST
-' - of O. W. ALDERMAN*
the time needed to club work.

Clerk ford. Circuit County Court Brad-. El-a NE _____________________________ 1
h' "Could Better Fertilizer Be Made? Citrus-Tuesday was given leadership .
to By
training in C. Deputy A. KNIGHT NE NE _____________________=-________ 9
conversation work,
with special attention given to ex NOT1CB CLrL.I( SE NE _______________________________ 9

di, We Would Make It" hibit pack -- All creditor*, legatee -cod distributees. sod : Sl-2 NW NW _________________________ 9

-+... SIMON PURE AND GEM BRANDS .. Coumbia-The Fort White club all the peraon estate of havlns Salll claim Malphar or *demands. .err' against. are NW SE _______________________________ 9 -

and hereby required I to present their claim and El-2 SW SE _____________ _19
: "Tim Tried Crop Tented' No Worms In a Healthy Child :d demand to the undersigned, a* admlnktra* ----------- _
i : Sept. 1st 1925 New PRICE LIST of Regular Brand Just Issued. Get All children troubled" with :: tor" of the estate of Salll aU1phnr. deceased..
Warm have within two
en os> :year from the d.te of this no-
:: sate before placing your order. Send orders now for FALL requirements healthy eolor.wakb. hxUceue poor blood).end u a tie I *t and are hereby warned that ogee failure) TWP. 7 S. RANGE 22 EAST
i are delay* and be ready when Fertilizer .is needed. QUALITY ant, FAIR ,two, teen la men or leee stomach diKorbeiMe. to I present same within sold period' they will

a: .. prices, PROMPT .hlpineat W5ISM2I!! lt''< I 5E. .. GKOVE'3 kr two or TAsrLLa43chum three :*eek: will TONIC enrich plan the blood rNntaiO tm- he 1 Mod_tate by..*law.resorted All penon to earn Immediately Indebted! MNIA / El-2 SW NW ---------________________15

O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANYI sting son the TODio the whole end. net e General N are StrraiBa-will theo and' 8tark.MUle Florid their. .said 6.pumh.e debt 175h.021.J. SE NW -----------------______________36BRADroat

'if" I throw off or dispel the worm*,end tfeeOUId Q POPPELI-
Jacksonville Dnral County Florid. .to perfect bNh Pteaut 10 late. soo pur boule. t-2l-tft--m I. Bole__of) Administrator Bailie Malphan.of or--the seal _





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XiOTICB O APPLICATION FOB TAX his w>fe. Washington Donler. Floes le i i llshed. one a week for eight _b a.n.n Special ?, 7T --
bell DonI... Samuel C. J. 7.. In the Bradford awg- the Board J" tt.t
DEED UNDER SECTION 878 OF' TUB I W. Pitt and Chas. Ib.r.Ln.If. C El.. If I paper published In oun'' Stat*. 1 slonsrs of Bradford Count,0-ru.'t ,Ylnrlt. IiI .nd or the said bill will b* taken .con- ; t
GENERAL STATUTES not living their h.l. crantce. or I I Thl. August 3rd. 192B. I land Mil not more than .i... "qm' f. e against yon. Dill to Quiet Till* sitS Reraar Clalas '

I other parties d.I..* under such) I W. ALDERMAN I time ..rn.
Notion h hereby prlven that M. Squire purchaser I ,>.rtl.above named er othrwls. .hall b* Clerk Circuit Court : est at .te i of .b per cent .. ,.h' Bradford County Telegraph, weekly portion It* successors, .. .ntt". "' ;j
of Tax Certificate No 105, dated the ...) In the following lands In Brad I 1 U 0. A. KNIOT the purpose clock o In porchacing House.n" : \\.II'.s'Urarer of general circulation published I .and assigns I the heirs, devlseea, legal .*. '

Btk dor of August. A. D. 1918. .... filed salil I ford Cunty. Florida Deputy CI... eleetrto Braford County, Florida. r.,.J' A ,''n,uKrke! Bradford County. Florida. j and assigns : of Simon J. Tempi
.oertlflo.t In my office and h. mad. application -I W4 NW' and KW% of ?4E% and EH ; D. a IOH t-T-ft-lO-i ]1 orlslng acid Board of Oomnu.:" ?- \ '.,lVvr.; "* the Honorable Judge of the laid J. Temple, sic) deceaseS i .T

for tax deed to Isaua In .eeordanoe witn of NE% of Section. 2:. and 1" I Bollclt. Cmpl.ln.nt to 'levy tax of not Count one nrni\ ,' ZI ', rl"< r5" _{"un and the official seal of the FlorIda Land .and Immigration Company
law. Said certificate vmtiraoes. the following of Sw' of NWM of Section In .. I I the dollar on all of mor* taxable preneity i'iUl'. ih- u ** wH a. his' signature i corporation and its successor legal repr*.
doaerfb property. iltuated in Bradford Coun- it. South, Rang 22 East, do appear the NOTICE I both real and personal .nd milt" I t nil ue.v September, A. 1>. 1926 ssntatlvea and assigns : John T. Slsco and .1

tr. Florida. to-wlf' !i the complainant. bill of complaint .. bar*. 1 I county, for two for the ml"o.._. of I : n. W. ALDERMAN M. Sli'ro. their heirs, legal representative
In In Stark, Florida, at the Court on Th Town CounellofStark* Worl. .i the ... their IntarsstId \ e.rl Circuit Court : anti awalfms : Itallln n..l.. hI. h.I. legal rep.
South one-third of B!] Three-quarter of Hoo. I. retiring Brdor
Monday. the 12th dar of ..ndth.t board of equalisation met for .raat .Itt County anti unknowndefendant.
Southeast quarter of Northf>... quarter and Oto" equaliaina the imnt roll. provided "- warrant* to *lIb (1600.00 April 1. toss)) 5 For.. p.nt.U.. .I"n.
this order be a week I. 1. their heir. legal representative, .
1, 1928.
publ.h.d 1027. and (1600.00
Wwt quarter quarter and of North.Northeaiit..., quarter quarter. of ofNorthoaat North. rout- consecutive ...kl. .on.* the Stark t the br Section town of 67 Stark of the, eilo ot"ln.n.changed the of .. B. M. JOHNS j 801.llor'0.C.!<**.B. I Deputy' Clerk' I anti assigns who claim an interest In the land
..., quarter and West quarter of Southwest Bt.Telegraph k.. a. n.p.p. publ.he In said valuation of the following.P"lrty. towltlfiVi I|I If.mb.of the Florida L..I.t.' I''oloant ...g.. .n said .' .d.'lbd. the of all
o" ,
quarter of Northeast Quarter and NorLbwssqu.rt.r Given under hand and official L W. Klckliter' of !SB 14 *-1-1.1.1 Br.dfor Cnn.: GrestingetYou
my 0 .v..1 .
1 I a
and Northwest quarter of SouthwestQuarter tb.8th. I NEI25.5.22. From ta tlOO '0 and each of hereby
dar of you required
and W.t half of Southwest quarterof B.ptomb. U21.O. I L Mm E. .: at SB of 8W4l I! NOTICE .. of
ALDERMANClerk iohnc C' lo b* and appear the Judge the
Southwest quarter. fteotion II, Twp. 8.1 I l of SWV 708 ft. N ft NtONft.EIj5ftthenrE174tt r. a.l. (oar- I IV1srtd.5 bfo. C.
J Judicial
Court for th
..... : Circuit Court Brad I Judge's Bradford Osanty.Florida. ., ''e.1 cuit 1 1l"
South. Raiir. *. 22 Ease 209 I I (Seal I) ford County Florida. 8909 tieI I' Coanty Court. Or.dfor Crult' "rlila.:' In and for Bradford County on the
The .Id land being assessed ., the data of''1, F,. O. Baxter i beg. also certain ,land. S of Mr. Sparkmw.and '. .. Pro"t. Hall. Deoeased C Orff. ... .IHT of Ootoher A. D. Iw.ll, at the SOUrS .

the (nuance. of such oertlflcate In the name.,. Bllelt. for Compl.ln.nt S-ll-Bt-lO-o. $ of Rr In BE\ of SW14 'I+feces In To Re William i F.t.te Hall Jonu White Alice Cues.I Clnnt ',, hnnut In ..10( county In Stark. Florida, to ;
10000.I .
of Unknown. Unless said certificate ihall be1: : .ur Howard Rlgaby. Armond B Krlft. .t al.V.fendaata. answer a bill ef complaint .! In laid
Claudia .hll.
redeemed according to law, tax deed will i i.. '1! NOTICE TO APPEAR :j I $200. Bi.hop.-N. Blk (ft Orlg. town. frog. ,I, Pick mlns Rlgaby. H.mmino. Rufus Rjgsby.Florence I""4?.,e T.A A Burden.
thereon on the 2ml day of November. t RaIl' Rlnb. Bill Boeseve I, l weekly
a A. gcsd.iuiet
I t 5. I Btk. II |I Jon Kinby. t "". County *
1. ?
m. RI.b. Olh,
O. 1828. In Circuit Jidletal ,. RI.hrL. rSt1" "w'd' In Blark ] .
;; Car. *h. aNat and .. ,[ .and all In..t..t ) GREET- B.dfor
ot. Flnrlila
Wltnea. my official mature. and seal. this Bradford "J' ..t I i'I Mr.O.lo. RI..m.O t. 100 4 Blk. .,I ING, I appearing from the .n..lo. ?. .. "'"rsn.. t, hereby d.I..t- th ;
the 20th day of Srptembtr. A. D. 1925. O. A. I :and R. 18 Orlg. town. From 12801) to "000. I I I You are each of you are hereby notified .wr bill of ounplafnt .I. .t.i i lihetl for r whIch.thIn. uoU. .. be pub
that the .nd residence :
>, that William Hall administrator of the .0. age The oa. """ weekly l.uM.
Cmpl..ln.nt I A. E Wall Lots < and 8 SI), IS Orlg
1 ; .
G. W. ALDERMAW v* Bill t Rmov. *tO- ,, Prom (1900 to I22BO.. ".,1. estate of Jonus Hall, I late of Bradford fendint Arrnand B. ErIC lUrtnetl,S 10 hlo to"., ": 'in lb., "I of enmplaint
Clerk Circuit Court. Hradfnr Edwin Andrew .1.) < Abraham Simon. Char-! Roberts.. J. t I'
et. J. County Florida, gerr.a In tin above D. Me "1 'reIn 0 remove elond "
F. I. 8. 5. and of fBlk. .n
County. Florida. [ It appearing from the allegations I of the Col..LI. From p.r lo named court m petition for an orderof terror*. S. O. Lne, t. W. Pit. W.' R Y.ane I. nT \ .
Br C. A. KNIGHT": I I} worn bill filed In the above stated cause, that U 1 Partridge-All Blk.I2S69 21 t.. Town ,' thla court to be ranted u saidpeftloner ;' O. M. Hopkins. Agnea fc, B. ; .T." Nnrh hall t.c; N'n.'h..., quarter

10-Z-Bt-lO-SO Deputy Clerk. **ic re"lnence* and age of t t, From 83BOO to (8000.Consumsr. to take p".lon of and ..1. according and H. C. Thompson If living, sod If tea U "anon Tw.nt..onn.n.hl" .u'ven o
I w'tt' Edwin Andrew Jan Lumber Co.-BM t and Iota to law the following d.orlb lands ',then their h.I. tenses| legatee* anti .u 'ut AaMn.t, .olI.F.. nt.1 lying anil"ti -
NOTICE OF wife i Nero Raw! John E. FIsher Charles I N.Fi.her .. Lt as a portion of the of ofJonua signs, ar unkno. and th .I* no proiI ( .
APPIir4.TION FOR TAX 3. 7 Blk. St. Orlg town 11200 55 .. Wln.
William H. Heafford Sarah A. Hraf: I I In th. Stat of known .., o ."ln0
DEED UNDER SECTION 575 OF THE!: 12000. Hall, deceased real estate lying ,' Flord. t opl.ln.nthe ,I Of.8 .tnobt mIulCourt
| ford. his Puddr. I service of : up 'r. A. .
GENERAL ST&TUTESNotice I| wifet Richard Charlotte M. Consumers Lumber Co-Lot I Blk. 27 Orll. and being In Bradford County, Florida ,ndescribed .h wouli 1. 191.
hla wife I > bind the said defendants a W .f
Ptidrlr. : W C. Ladd un
ar* I
II.m .1 town. From 11160 to 12000. .lollW 1.ndt.I 1.nIR"'N
known and that t... 'I lietcd, by the complainant ntm", elclu.r '
.. no person th, J. W. .., Br.-IHk. 29 extended I I Beginning Southeast .or..f n ( '\ of
I on
hereby given that M. ,
Squrea. pur.ehasor t tut* of Florida the service of subpoena And. Southwest quarter of ... defenilanta are Interested .the .lf..rj In"'v.,, *|
of Tax Certificate No. 188. dated the i i2nd whom would bind said defendant ; that U I En.e. map Ex! S 100 f. A except strip of i' ((21)), Township qu.rr.( South 1 vlv.d In Ihl stilt. and complainant 4_ Ito. (Seal U. C A tNt""' ,
wide at. by 271 ft. OsWalnut I
of August A. T> on .
day 1920. baa filed Baldeertlflcate ll' ft ladlon know and aearen, has ".
In my office and baa made applicatton : :ddl.n'n: ,Complalnanta whose d: the and ages .t sold t D."I. From <1S6) Two Range hundred Twenty-two ten (210)f22) rtt West and run One North hun I abl* to .dl.n.. any of the D. B. KNIOHT, ?t..?!,.' ?.. CI.rl
for tax deed to .leap. In sccirdanrv with : t 12600.Mrs. I ant dead It Solicitor for Cotni ,nlnnntNOTICE
are Interested I I five ((108)) South are or that I Is alleges S 0-01.40-104
I.... Said certificate. .embrace the following In property* and that K. P. John.-WY Blk. SO a* extended '((210) feet, Ft'On utm(( ) :I by complainant ar bill that INbellevea -
described property situated In Bradford. Coun.t eompl.ln.n.doe not know and has not been on Knapp ft. From 11800 to i to point of dJ I ther .. pereon Int In Ski a

,.. Florida to-wlti i whether any of said known $2500. Also On. half .. In of said property Invlv.d'ia thl whose
Northeast quarter of Northeast quarter and defendant ..dead or alive: and that It tobelieved T.Mr and. W. R.. Mln..Lt. 8 to.and$500.W. 4 Blk If r, Northeast quarter .Southwest .qnartrr. Section I nam or n.m. ur or a. .no whoa roai. n..1 Conrt for Brsddird County. His t. 1
i -West half of Kant half of BOlt..t quar'erof by In said sworn bill Co.. | ( ) Township Six (S) I dene. are unknown to eom".ln.a and I.11 I In Chancery.
Northeast quarter and Rou' qu..t..' that there I. person are persons Into.t L. T. E.and Deugherty-hot Cos. .,Id. From 4.nOD 1.' BI I, South (22k East same I: aid bill relief I. prayed .I0t know,11 I I J. M. Tb.
of Northwest quarter and West ha'f: of W... ad In the property Involve In .ult W. M. Wainwright-One lot t W aid lining met,half ; Illnck Six (Oh anti allfractional I ard unknown def.nd.nL .nd.n other peso> .I Cmpl.ln.nt
half of Bouh..t of quarter whose name or n. or o South of flInch Bx| I 181. Range I suns.
and Went hl of q"nr.' .". Norh..a.f Jo th- and .whose. residence are.unknown .complain Jones Walnut,uLl st.. between From 8800 Plk*to. 11000.A and D. N. Four ((4)). 'In Simon J. Temple's Subdivisionof I THEREFORE It |te ordered that .1 personsnamsd George WillIn. *t. ah.Defendant.
ant It I I IMarr \ Mill i In this order, If living, If
east Section '2, 'ap. 5 : Therefor ordered thst the said lands at Temple's I d.d *.
quar. S..h. known defendant who O. Walnwright Lota 4. B, I J.Jh the of certaIn Indebted- 'l all persons interest node J'T"
E.t. 120 acres. are heretofore named For purpose paying al..lmln. any th I Bill T. Quirk Title and Remev Cloud
and *
N ft. of land
ex B a piece I
The said land being MS :! at tho otOte th', order, If living, and If all par. flees of said estateTherefore vati',1 named, .fo..ld. deeed the fltrah! .and Wllken
.. Company,
fl W br
.1 tlt. d.alt Jones ). to Jackson .t. a corporation
tire claiming Interest under Btak. "I and each of and all other otherwise: all
; you
of fl 101 ertliir.klo: in Iho i tht ..on. .homv. It* _
N Pratt 1..1
I.uan. Sanderson ex i
and named defendant .t I r name ." place residen .ntl. .U..o.
aforsald. deceasedor whn. ar.I
Unlay aid Int..t.d are emm..nd.d th" and .
shell b. < p.t
a tnknowa. a.j'.te otherwise, and that all whomao ft. "through Ism. From t 16800. laying all I I..alleged nnknown to complanant, that .1..1 wf. El..
o may
persona t ..
to a-v, do.d wl'l Is.sue R Blk. 2 M.tth.r. add.Prom nt. be .. Witkln .nd thflr h lr*. devises, l \
Interested In
.it'n the
thereon the the ;nul,! day of No/ember, ever whom name or n.m.are alleged t. (&M.lh.-AI and appear before ma my 1irk' following described rs.eontatbee and assigns the "D
. A. D. 19'I I be aid or..are unkn..n. to In emolan.n.* property, that Involved Mrs. J. C. Wills-4Ine lot 111 ft. N and Shy .':t.Jo County.. A.Florida D, 11)28., on at ten : ;I | ..or I o any part t.h.; Klorlila, ,ln andl : I nl..... of business of each. of whom..IdPh. an

Wltn. ny of.'isltilttiiiftltr, soul sonl I.I, In thl. suit follows lying and M ft. E and W. B of and adjoining Blk.t .to show ""'0. any you can:why I I ..r..... quarter of the :. I known.. anti all unknown p.rl. claiming an
drcrlb' I
29thay of \ D 1215fl. being I In FlorIja, to-wltt Tom .. add. From 81200 to 61800. | not grant prayer of laid ". the Northeistuuarter the interest In I.nd h..ln.t. tII
W. ALDERMAN I The Southeast quarter of o. Northeast1quarter Standard Oil Co.-Ixits" 1. 2 BIb 7 Tempi Given under my hand and seal st Itllo"'j I Southwest qu.rer: and the Northwest quarter I : .
Clerk Circuit Court. Broliord' of Section 28 Twp. 4 South, Rang* suit. Fr 11880 .11804. Bradford County. Florida, this the 2nd of the Southwest, quarter, except Ten acrea In I Von and each of -* hvrehy reoufre .,
County. Florida 'tt Eo.l. containing 40 sores or less. 8 Jnhn.-AI Blk. 9 Temple's add. From September, A. D.. l>28. the Bu.h.. corner, .1 In Section Thlrtr I I." bo and .to. "* Suite* of the '
Br C. A. KNIGHT. 'I following described property. Involv- :? 81000 t 800. C.FO A. GARDINER I I Five ( ) ((6)), South, Range rirciilt Court fo. Judicial, Clrviil.if .
1O-2-ict..10.OO Deputy Cl.rk. :J.'n thla, suit described aa follows, lying C Blk. 18 .nd all Ink 14 except I County Judtfe of ntr.rii( ). East Florida In for Bradford County, on .

In Clay County, Tb* lots I t. 8. 4. B. Temple'. add. From 1900 t '.4.fl.10.1. C onnly. Florida.rador(9.n Do : laid I bill 1 of complaint' on : Ath dny of October A. P. 1035 at the .oar
Forid. :
MASTRALI [ Northwest quarter or $2400. or bfo.Ft t day of October A. D. 1921 houne In saltS county In Starke. Flordla. .
of Section 27. : South Rsng-S :' Ellerr M. D.vlL. 1. 2, 5. Blk. IS Trap. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION I and define and act up whatever >wvii bill of rnmnfalnt *xnlbftd In t.: $) '.

NOTICE la hereby given that under and i East, containing; 40 h:8 or 'las*. I pl.'. add Frm 1.01 t 180. I In Circuit Co"r. Eighth) Judicial Clfol" mh.I which Ton and each you I conrt by J. M. Truby.
virtue of that certain final decree of bi[ Be. and they are :: required I to appear C L Peek .-All Blk. I. Bradford .. d.. In Ch.a.. ten : to the above described or The Brad ford County Telegraph a wekfynvwepapvr
alou.made and rendered on June 22nd A. lo th. Bill of Complaint filed In said cans* : 'lot 14. Peek's add. From $ 1100 O W. Dnh..m. Complainant the said bill will, be taken .. confessed : .' I published In Stark, ]
a).. 1928. by Honorable A. Z. Adltlns. Judge I on or Monday the Bth dar of October, C. L' and J. Perk-All I (( Iota) w I I you.It County, Florida I I. hereby dr".tod O..for
l ef the CI."I' Cu.t.n! andor Bradford I A. D., ,otherwise the .1..tlo.of laid'D Peek's sd.1. rI 8260 to $' : I U. G. .., anil W. H Heath. Defenlanta la further ordered that this| crier l pob newwnnner In which this notice shall
f..Cunt. Florida, certain cause wherein | .II ..I b* tek.n. C. L. and J. L Peek-All HI 82 ((18 Iota) ., It appearing by affidavit appended to the llnhed one a week for Four conseeutlv puhllnhed for four consecutive weekly. issue l \
County Bank a corporation I. enl..o te Pek'* add. 8264 t$900.C. > bill filed In the abovsnitated saga th' W. In the Bradford County weekly Th land described In the bill of complaint'
|somplainant) and J. Y. Scott and J. H. Haver It Is further tat tht* order b d"l L. .nd J. L. P.k-.I Blk. 8((14 Iota) I Heath the defendant therein ... a newspaper of general .I.ul.tlon published, In thin. rails to nulvt title and remove cloud] '
re def.ndanto. the. aa Special I' llsbed one orer four Pok'. add From 11000.O. dent of the State of Florida. and but In Stark, Bradford Co.nt. FI"r". thereto follow '
aater. sell for und".hrno.highest and weeli. In th.* Bradford County L. .nd J. L. Peek-Lot. 2. I, 1. I. *. concealed himself so that process cannot b WITNESS the silt .ae
.I T.I.rph. The Rut thrvrqurtr of the NortheaalnuNrtor
t In front of t court house) door j newspaper published ,In S. Ii. 10. 12. 13, 14. Blk. 84 add. served upon him and he Is over the age Circuit Court and the offloal; seal of the CI.r the
"j' of sillart'r. and South
i Starke. Bradford County. Florida on Mon. I. Florida, and also published each 240 1200. twenty-one years ; It In. th.n.ord.r thatsaid of thIs .our.. well .. hi. signature, Rnl.I..t
0..1 of
.. C. and J. L. Peek-Lot* 1. I. *. ,. defendant 2nd day D. 1298. east quarter the louth..t quarter. In Boo the 2nd. day. of November A. D. 1925. for four consecutlv ... In the Clay resident b. herby r** S.pmbe'O.AW lion of th. South.
SB Pok'* add. From 8100 to 8800.Mrs. to to the bill of complaint filed ALDERMAN h.1
ty In appear
a Clay I 11 I
the newspaper
of sale. for the Tim. "
.rln. 1..1 hou. publ.b" I 8. F. H..m 1. 2. B, e Blk. 12 qulr went quarter Southeast of South
I "u"l Cuounty. I lc1-L cause on or before Monday the CI..1 Circuit Court Brad .
satisfying laid final decree, the I .11
lowing. described real estate, lying and This the lab dar of Sept. A. D. 1928. .nd lands, 8 of BI1. line J. O. Al- I day October A. I). 1Q2I9 oth.rl the allegations County FloridaBy West quart. Section In
bln. v... add. From to 2660. 81*. South East
O. ALDERMAN of confessed I I C. A. KNIGHT Township t.nt..n
liar bThe Bradford County. Florida, tOo..l: I Clerk of Circuit Court. I IBr J. W. Andrew* and Son-Lota I. 8, T, I by said.10. hi.. .I (Seal Deputy Clerk 1 lying and being In Bradford County

.North, h.1 of the of tl)I a A. KNIGHTT I ".nd,1 n b,C.I st. B br rnlr.t In Cook- It I. further ordered that thla order M published A. 8. CREWSSolicitor I.n. &..
[Sth. QU.t. of Section Thirty-four ( f Deputy .d'P. ) to Jt" once a week for four consecutive\ week for Compl.lna' 9..10.1.NOTC Wln. my hand and the ...1 of aM .
( ). South Rang Twenty-two) L. FRA ZEE ., W. H ',Com. 94 W. of SW Cor. In the Bradford County Telegraph a newspaper I .. of A P. innn "r
Iflt) East except therefrom rive acre In the ., ,. ft. 8 :
Solicitor for Complainant fl-4-Bt-lO-t I Call' St and ran W log published In said, County and State I.Pt.m' W ALPRRMAN
I form of a square In the Southeast ,corner eon 108 ftn1 108 ft. N ft to beg. From (800 Thfa_" _Ran. ......1,.no... ,0 g.n.. of Circuit Court ofBradford
staining Thl.t..fV@ acres moror I. i to ( | o. W. ALIBRT2A7I County Florida
D. B. KNIGHTSpeoial NOTICE Of' APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED ITumpnrey-On* lot com. Clerk Circuit Court
In For C. A.
Aie. a Rrtdfetd Ceantf, Stateof By
I IBr."w.
Master In Chancery NE Cor C.I and Broadway .L. .nd ran Br C. A. I (oar.. (
A. S. CREWS I. Rcnbr notice I* given that L. 1!. Hill on 170 ft. B 108 8 11 ft. to'' (Seal) KNGHT. Mary Florida Adams flicks, .. hueband. P KNinTTT. Stark. Fta.Solicitor "Plt" CI.rk
Solicitor for Complainant 102.514039MASTERS chaser of tax certificates numbered 61 nue Call st. ItS ft. to btg. Frm $'. t 82280.1 A. S CREWS Z. Dlcka for Complainant l-4t-lO-t..
0 b.oe br the tax collector of Bradford W. E. Daugherty--Corn. 1B7M ft I of NB Solicitor for Complainant "..-'110.2. I
SALE i I Raid e.rtl..t being dated July Cor. Broadway and Hort ate ." B 105ft. (
I 1923, and hv. .. certificate In my I N loa ft. W 108 It B 108 f beg. 'I NOTICB TO r ORg AND CREDITORS James O. Cullcn. et al.Defendant
t'l Notice I I. hereby-h.t office and mad for tax I I From (180 to 200. *
[[ under and br .ppll..tal the n "a-fo.o -
P virtue of that certain final deoreo of foreI I deed t Issue In .e.d.n. ... I W. K Daughtery-Corn. 282% f. I! of N I NotIce| (la hereby given tht.1 erKlilors.leRatee To mil To Quiet Till and Rmo. Clo." I.a In .al ( Cant".
I Cor. Broadwar and Hnrt eta N aid having the Florida' Railroad ., a corporation ..
[ ejosur made and entered on the IRth day e.rlf..t respectively embrace the *, dlntrlbutee and .1 .on. T J. Alderman
iof I I3Z. I Hort st end run N 108 ft. 82 U ft. 8 106 estate of Sallie Ita 'legal representatives, devlaeea.ueeMHoni .
September. A. D. 192(1( by Honorable. \. Bradford County, Florida, I I claim' or against Complainant
Inlo..ln. I.nd d.m.nd .
.' Adklns one of the Judie's of the Eighth I at dt of the Issuanc of suchcertificate ft. W 5'ft. to beg From Ino.1 100. Malphurs d..d. .. hereby rnulr, and an Jama T. Host,, and vej '
.' .
|Judicial Circuit of Florida, In and for a..I. : In the name respectively hereinafter t L. '., J.-Blk 1 In add ;! to present the same duly .uth..tlc.t. John M.R. an for TI.. Florida Railroad Solomon W. Fish *>t al.Defendant I
ford County In in I F"m (1(00 to (2800. the within one year, Cmp..n., and their helm devbeta, legal .
Chancery t partlcularlr set forth I un".I"n.d no *
ft | rCertlf..L
ho: 1 L. A. Darts Jr.- H acr-a In NW And sll .uc.e and anliinei. ". A.
,**rtln I cage* pending, between thej] No. 81 embrace at C. tic. will In ba the.t. persona mil lo Remnv* CTnod. etc.
complainant ; County Bank Southwest Nortb of HEM of 81' being (04 ft. N and S by' Indebted to .. .. required to ..ttrn.. In fact for James T. It appearing from th. allegation of
aor quarter 31)0 ft. E From 84000 87000. their debt to the *xe ''poratlon. and against the defendant, Mont | and run E440 S 78S 6-10 ft. W t par .10 worn bill filed In the .bov..t.l. I
Qu.r I B. O. and C. 8. Hol.ndod-om. at B' Th" 4tl" "". H.rl,1n Railroad Company, a nrporatton anti that the rfftldnnefn and ...
Aahford. Delaney Singleton e-10 ft. of .
I'"P':ton filngleton wldo.her huibanil, Ruins. Anderson Lange.I j 1:0.N.J: : : aa Iota B8 B*. 81.being 18; Trw: I I Cor." Madison. and Irrl. ran S I II '' Bept.mbr J. O. POPPBI.L their helri. dev(._, tuoevMHora... legal ritprraen tn-wlf ao.nmnn W. Fish.H. W. J.h..f.nI.n...
I [ ft. W .
'1' S.nuni Anderson her husband Georgia Aah- IB. Twp. S. South Rang l. ft. N t Madison st. thence fl-4.Ht-10-flO. FJiceeutOTNOTICK tntlvn and ajmlun ; J.m. (I. Cullen hlahelm v..t Plait Mm R W. F.h. (.. 5. W.F'.h .
Be. E. I B!] 210 to beg. From to .
'j'Y. ford. minor and Millie minor. I Ir 7V6 ..r_. MrEmm.. C. 1 I I (12(0. ,; and trial .p..nt.tlv. and all unknown ) Sarah S. Cl-mnt. ft P. Yonn*, T.
i' A.hfor Prtr. B. C. C. 8. Holiendorf-Com. 210 TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS
defendant devlaiwaleiral
and their
I I heirs W. Sweet Teeter Colvln.l R W. Pr.uirre,
the- *n.d Special .
'( andnl M.tor .. .10 tin*.t Certificate embraces Lot SB, S of SW Cor. Madison and Myrtle sts. Notice I I. hereby. clven that all creditor. representatives and ajmlirm who claiman James T Soutt-r! and ,John MoRae. Trustees.
. .ppln" execute ssid decree Mon. BX or Botbw.t quarter of Southwest quarter run 8 on Myrtle ." 210 ft. W 210 ft. N BIO leirateea, b having' .
Interest In Mr
persons any of the hrrrelnifter dee Maggie Hrtll A. R. Prlmtere. C.Hnwera
.\ day of Nov A. I>. : IJ I.nd n..r
:lnh 1028. during Ex f. B and W br Ill 8-10 ft. Nand ft. E 210 ft. beg. In Gsjkln. add. From claims against 'FIJ Jonas Hull, de.eeaasd. cribed, the resident of laid Burton f f. Corbrtt. .
th 1 of sale thereon before tlie, 1 .. t And.
U S In In d.f.nd
Cor. of
Norh. same Section 8ao to 200. I are ... to present their being unknown.Greetlncai. Rmmone. J. II. John brand.
Cur hoo. door In Stark, Bradford Coun- '. 18. Twp., S Range 22 E.t 2 acres B. C. and C 8. Holsendorf-Com. 110 ft. .1.lm duly authenticated to the undersigned Nestle Ifennlne 1.lm.n.. *. Fan rarkvJ
sell the following described 1 lande.Ituated assessed Wm. H. Paris. W of SW Car Madison .nd ratio, will b* bald 1.
Myrtle at* .nd within On. Year or thl You and of hereby required K. Young P. Sender J. H C.D. .
In Bradford County, Florida to-wlt: I I IttThe Unless ..10 .rtlc.t. shall b* redeemedaccording run W 210 (t to Wrshnorelsnd .t. thence be,. In Bar thereto and Indebted .t to h. and .I you .J.idtfe of the Clr- Coll.- 'W" W Carwo,, ::: O. :
nnrh.... quarter of the Northwest I. will l-su* thereon S on aid 420 ft. \210 ft. N 420 ft said, Relate are required : their appear II. r.

quarter Southeast quarter of Section on the 12th dar of October, A. D., 1928. b. and designated map of <.kln. .. dtbrto the said forbwlh stilt. ,Cour., for and the for Eighth Bradford Judicial CINui, the of j.hlj.Jtlf : ;,, 'n, cr t
Townshlp B. South a Rang. 22 East eon. oflcl.1 signature cii,! seal tOt!* 2A Blk. From (400 t( Tba, M day of September. 6th' r. :ar and
day of A. D. the .I .
taming 10 acres more I..iAbo tO,. lOt) dr A. D. 1928. W. N. John.on-fy acrea SEU of SHU WILLIAM HALT.. Otbr. IPUS at pourS ,... person In Stat of Florida' theservice
In In
the Southeast quarter of the Southwest SLm. ALDERMANClerk and 1 A known .the Blltci 1.4. 90-10-50.f _Admlnlntrator bU. Stark. \orld., c of Hubpotna upon whom would bindnld t.
bill of '
Quarter of the Southeast quarter of Seton Circuit Brad Plac From (nOO to (800. .0m.I.lnt 0 ; and that I Is la believed by
IS. Township .. South of 22 Cur Green Cove MASTER'S SALB court by M.r anti Emmett Z.I. .r.n..nt. '
Rang E. ford Furniture Co.-Personal. From Vlek tn* that the saul named d<'feni.Uantfl .
I CoUl" ...
Containing 10 acres more or less : Br Ford (1000 to (1000 I whone reeld and aar* unknownIn
Also the West half of the Northwest quarter r.n Deputy Clerk. And In compliance with said ordinance, the Notice t I. hereby clven that under ant, by Br.dfor'l County a weekly eomplnlnant are.(nt.r..t-I tn the proprrtjr -
of the Northeast quarter of the Sooutheasti 9.1 I-St-li-S board at a meeting to b* held October 6th. 19(8 : virtue of tb certain flnall. decree of fore Newspaper publfahed Bta.k. Bradford Involved In this ault. and that complain
quarter of Section 28, Township (. South of i will hear reason from aforesaId property closure entered on the hrnl..nlnth County, Florida. i la hereby d.l"nat .th ant do** not know and baa not been able
Range 22 East and containing B acres moral NOTICE owners If any why tk* value therooaa dny of August, 1925, by Honorahl A. 'ff- newspaper In which title pub to ascertain whether any of eald known dafHndantii -
orless.. I f..d by th t.b ahall b* Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit : lie h' for four eonm-eutlve weekly lieu,',. are d*>ad or .lv., and that It (I. be.tested *
cci to b* made and ] In Circuit Court Per Bradford Stat Sweat b.r. t. 4.oh.a. Ma, In and for n.dfo.County In Chancery land dMerlbed In the bill of com pie In tIn by complainant laid sworn bill that
e. : u8't :tn of said :,:nnr costs. 10'1 I ef Florida In CbaMr- C.. 1.1 I. S. .. Ft.-Lt. B Town From $W1 In that certaIn pending between thla cam to quiet' title and remove cloud th..I I. apenon or are persons intiursated In
C.RFEN | El J. Dowllng, the Complainant Roue. nemiMton and Corn- thereto ...follow I the property Involved In such itilt whose name
Master I C. r. HOOVER nary, a corporation, aita.nat the dcftndant Emit thr..quartera of the Sooth half of nr o.m.and age or ages and whona rreldene
KIM. JOHNS. Special I ISolicitor .Complainant Chairman of Board .T. V. Jonra and Ethel,Jonee. the undnnlnnedSpecial the Northeast ou.rt.of SectIon twentythree.TnwTuihln ar* unknown In complainant Th.r,> ". It
r.Jamoi said caui appointed toexecute Ran. I In ordered that the said known defendant'
Complainant 10.28tin.80.MASTER'S C. A. T..nt".on.
i PI.kl. ., al. FUTCHClerk 9-11-41-10-2 naid r.D" ., wilt on Monday the Bth Filet, and lying ."uth. In Bradford CountyFlorida. wha are heretofore named In thlv. order. If Jar of 192$. during the leval hour bln. living, drati. flulmlnii'
L. I SALE Bill t Tt. and ._.Clee.4 I NOTICE TO CITIZENS of'..1. th..on; b.for the Court hOO doorIn witneee my rand and. inPI.I., of Haiti. tnr Ht u'tlh* .ld. n-i.n. remit '
To J N. heirs ? I .. th*
representatives aforvnald,
Hereby n"" I. given that under and brvtrto. and @a i Court titLe Olh day of September A. D. 1926. f.n".to d..d nt..I..
of that final deoreo I assigns i D Rdlh. ..I heirs. following described lands altnatad In RradfnrdCmtnty. A l .t pernone whom.o., 0'n.m.
: of forlou. made Notice I I. hereby slyer that at meat see- O. W. LIIR'ANI.rk .1 .
legal the bidder foreaih.
representative highest
th ..
b and unknown tocomplainant
illeged to are
anilentered the Fnrld. t
on 18th dar PI.I. of ftf of .ae
I Jbi I Irs. heirs, legal and .10. Gn.r.1 Bpel.I upon CI.ul Cour b Intereefcd
IMoVby Honorable A Z Adklns. : I .P..ttlv. IRf. the t. | .. that may or 'p
and all unknown heirs, legalrepreaentatlvea request ths Tow Council of the All portion of the Southwest 0..0.1 the In thin .
theCircuit Court of the Eighth Judicial' CIeultvln I t.l. Town of \ : C. A. KNIGhTOral prp.l. Inv.I. d..rlh.d .
and assigns .. Interest L..t. Ford.. I will Introduce of th. Southwest quarter of Section and being In Rradford, County
an :
and for Bradford County, In hill ( !) Clerk foi. ;
Chancery ..
Council Deputy
: In the land hereinafter described th. of the (12) Township Eight (A) South. Run* ".. to-wlt:
In that certain catine pending between n E: of all said Town of Lawtey. Florida to lain from time ty-two (,22)) Emit lying nn the Fut eld of H E. KNIGHT. fltarke F?. Th. quarter of
Knight as complainant and Parrlsh.'Murrv .Idnt ,d.f.nd.nt*.unknown t.tlm*. tim warrants of said Town of auch Hirht-of-way of the Georgia Southern and Solicitor for Complainant 1-41-10-2. nt Norlh"ot quarter of Nlrt"North..t".... '|jtsrt Qu.rr

Psrrinh. Msrtha. EC'I'. anti You and each of< hereby required to denomination .the council see fit bearing Florida Railway and containing NIce (9)) -- ---- *Norh..t Southeast qunrtcr of Northeast

W. R Cummln. defendant. I, and appear of th* Circuit such rate of Interest not ..eoln. six percent acre, .or lee. NOTICE 'quarter of quarter anti North half ,
I"dat. J b for per annum and In such Said to be made jmreuant to and forth of of Northw qnartevand
the ,
Eighth Judicial ,
T' .." ..! Special Master In pattI I Cour. and for Bradford Count Clraalt. on of the Flor 6th time and upon such .ndltlo. .. may b determined atlifactlon I of laid; Drrre with cot, In nrciilf Court Pee Bradford County. Mat N8:h't juarter of NorthwMt quarter \

appo'nted tho to execute laid I decree, will I on dar of October, A. D. 1928. at the court by the Coun.f. to an not P. M. JOHNS ef Florida. In Chancery. of .rl... and W et ,.'r laiithiaet -
Monday Second day of November 1928 I ha. exceeding In the Flv In Chancery Morthweet of North.wst .
In ; .te Thousand !pl.1 Mot. R Hull and qtmrter
the county In Stark, Florida, to K.t
oMrlnr legal hour of isle thereon, beforo lId answer Dollar. For the of the J. L. FRAZEB (iiierter and West half if Southwret
th*'court house door InStarke. Bradford Coun-1 I a E bi. Dowllng.Th of complaint. exhibited In said court br outstanding Indebtedness purpos of said.fandln.Town and 1.I'n for Complainant v-<.gt-10-2 va. U.r or Northweiit (iimrtrr and I ""m* lr.:

Florida sell the folowln. described lands' Bradford for the purpose of Improving' the street of Jacob John, et al. RoutheiNt Br..dord. ". Flord., t the County Telegrapr. weekly the laid Town of Florida. And authorising NOTICE TO APPEAR I quarter and South half of *
fclvrtest bl"' newspaper published In Stark. L. l.f.nd..
Th South half of .the North..t qu.rt.of I County Florida, la hereby Brdfor of the; Town and .mp..ln. the. Tn Couni In n.1 Court FlrHth Judicial Circuit, 11 To () and Remove Cload. nnf that 'i.uartor qimrter of nf Bulh..t Nnrh..t quarter quarter of and No.ttwe.North.
heir, rfevlMca
level rwnrenentatlvenand
Sectta Six In which this be L..ty. t County,
To".hlo l.v.n (tl). South n..p. pub Word i' irtcr |Ieee I the
tax sufficient
l.n..Twentr-one 121) E.t. and containing I. four consecutive weekly tasoe. frm to time on all taxable B. L Blsn ..1.of WIIHam Cronhy d..u. and tjthwi'Mt: corner thereof ; all "nI.t
aarea. more or les*. Th following land lying and being property In said Town for the sole par- Complainant the .._ legal .nl.tlv. and T Ii! T.wnnMr. Right) ). South:. .. ".
Said cal, to b* made pursuant and for th.aetiefaction Town of Strk. Bradford County State of of retiring the with their Ia *5Valentine aftftfirne of Jaeob John. .aied, the reef two ((22)) Fact.Al 1.
of laid final deer- with costB. -. Flord.. Rail met to be ..! by vote of R Pr".t. t ..1."f.d.nt.. d*nta of all of whom .. unknown, and all .o N, r. Quarter of Norfhee-it ftiar*
I that the votars of the Town of Lawtey, known partle' lntereet In utile hereinafter .
M. JOHNSAL piece or parcel of land qullo turn? SectIon Tbr*'* ((11)) Township Seven Ill.>
Bp'.1' Mactee In Ing five (.) acre .or less and I Flord.. An..1 slso amend Il Charter Sill T* Remove TItle end Other d..rld South flange Twenty-two 1 22 1 E<.. A l.
CREWS Chn..p. the West side of the South half of the eo.t.ln'l L. Florda b the glv Relief Creating One lot tf land. In being 210 yards
Solieilar for Cmpl.lnnt 10l$'- west Quarter of the Northwest quarter Ing to the town eanell r"h. t I..on It appearing from the alienation of the You and each of you .. htrehy, reijalreHM North and South 1..r'- var-ln Feat and
1n30. the West side of the North half of th* North- real and personal property th necessary worn bi of complaint In th. above Ce',*. h and appear before the Jutlue of the Clrrn Went lying' and being In the Southeast corner -'
-: TcBorWN L |: ...t quarter of the Southwest quarter In Sec amount of milieus to take .. the need that th ire and residence of th* defendanttf and ( Cour for the FIght ,Jn.llrla Clrol of of the Southeast quarter of the South.aaS
S >n Township Six South, Range of said town. Valentine I R. Prevatt, Mary C \. Brown I. .nd for Bradford the quarter. Section Twvnty-nln (29)). Township
BMb days after this date' to-wlt: oa the 1... 1..n"-.t and being bounded on the I M. JOHNS W. W. Tumblln. If \vln. and If dead then .th day of Ootober. A. D. 1028 at the court SI* 'lOt Range Twenty'twn (22) Eat i

(4thvaiy of Nover. 12. I will present i North by the.lands of Ran on the Member of .11... from their tielre devleea. and aIBM, are home laid .unt. In fltarfc. Ford.* tt eonlainnq flv'acre more or lea*.
t,b Honorable G A. C.r ln.r. .. East br Christian on Autn. br "1-10tIl. all unknown and the* person In the newer a bill of eomptalnt .".. said H.. and th hreby .. required' to .p .
.of County.. .Cua"! CsU- Street, and Bt. .tl Orang Stat of Frd.known to..ompl.ln..t the.e.'virs Court by N. D. Hull and Kat Llvlna-ton. pear to the bill of complaint filed ..10)
and final FI.ld. b MASTEH'8 SALE of .ubpn. upon bind The Bradford .. on or Monday, the Bth dey
.unL of the Street and the land old O. Tonnty T.I..rph. a wevkfynewepaper .. bfn.
.ut. ami th.t" IB believed!
...11 and Saylaa. b L Okl. t' said In Starke. BradfordCounty October, A I : otherwIse the allocation'
tt.m.o discharged t Fernery Edward II Notice b hereby. given that under and by the that the defendant ,I"b".h.d. thenewinaper of said! bill i *ill'b* taken a. confessed by the
-. 1 .I Win_ mr bind and the seat of salt COOT vlrttj of that certain Final Deer* of foreclosure are l.t..1 fn the property "" l a In which h..b.I.n.ta. d.f.nd.n.
111 dar of September A. D. 1928 mad and this eomplalnant alice that h* oW* : I 1. *. ordered that thIs ordwr be
Tbl the 14th day of September 19U.a. rendered on August 2Mh .ult !teh.d for four enieeeotive ttI."b p.
O. W. ALDERMANClerk A. n. and by dilhient aearch and ''UhM each for .. .
LOUIS B. HILt 1 2B. by Honorable A. V. Long. Judge no Inqir l'ha land In week four enneautiv
Exeeator of the Will and of Circuit Court ofBradford of the CI. Conrt In and for not been able to acrta< .h. In this drlb t.' .bi empl.lnt cloud the Bradford County TelewrBpn, a new** 0
of Emil I. Coant. Florida County In th.t certain .. Bnf. o the ,defendant who** .Idn.* I .1.a ..1. follow. ro. Darter p.hU.h. fn County.
Fnrld. Ford
.tt D By in complainant .nkno..n. ,la dead or It !. ,. thv" t day A. D.
and A. t. John- .
C EI.h. Th. t' Se'
.1..1-1 by In hIs ." bill off of the Southeast quay.tee *
-(Seal Deputy Clerk. fan Tomml Joh.1 hi. wife and .mplan.n' 0" 0.. of T..u..I.. I W. ALDERMAN
D. Start. sIc Fertiliser a plaint there are person quarter of SectIon twenty Circuit Conrt.
., .
NOTICM_ Solicitor I KNCH. P the undersigned corporation Special' *Master. iretd In th* .| property Involved 'In thIs four and the Northaa. qnarter of the B CI.r A. KNIGIIfSeal
Cpl.lnu'U4tltl f.ndn. tilt, whoa and ace and whose rwt I quarter nf Section Twenty-flv. all C
--- for sale and sell for n.m. Norhe.t ( ) Deputy Clerk.
*MAi C1"14 Cer.( ....Elgktk le\ ORDER PUBLICATION the highest and bidder front cash of t dance are unknown .complainant: anti In Rlx. flottth Range twsnty.en.Fast. l A. M. JOHNS
del Ore-lit. In few B..f.r Ce.." Court door bt Starts County ... bill relief I pra.e against soak known : and Northweet qnarter of Northwest i iioartr I Soilrienr for r'aimptalnant' f-4-BMO-l
c*>*A** y. h B."for unknown of Section 84. Township Sic. South
tn Circuit -
Eighth Judicial! Circuit Monday the Fifth October? i
Frd. In I
tnUa., Barton .aUDslvUl'Donley. Bradford C., St.of I. Chan- 11., d.rln. the legal da of site, for TnERFFORE U i* ordered that alt p-1 Range 22 Faet exCept portion thereat hereto- I> NOTICE OF IPKCIAL L1GISLATI0"
Word the satisfying said final decree, the named fn thl. order. If llvfn*. and If for platted aa a e mH rr. and lying' and being i ifn Hereby notlv I* alven '
;:r. following persons clalmlnany I interest by, nn> Bradford County, Florida. I( tit= .I"
a a Ahrareg. Compalnant described rest inn of th* Leatsisture of
.->, Bill Ql.Title. eta. and being II .tte. .I.n" thrrtuwh the sad defendant. aforesaid d" Wiencee" my hand and the Mai of mid' court'': (da hod) during :: of :
It kptxarlng br .wr bill of complaint M.r. Wilson and her hosbsnd Brdor rd.t eeaeed or ot..n.. t and tbat all prreoti I title 8th day of September, A. D. 120O t b D, .1028. a th b*
tiled .this sauce tht It 1 th* belief of the W. Wilson D.dnt e.* Northeast quarter of the Southwest .. name, aax and re4d ne* W. ALDERMANClerk ''I ;='r"An th* extanelnn and nll>,*r emnt

_l".nt that th age sod residences of I 1 appearing by to tOte quart,r of _Inn Twenty-eight US. Town. are alleged to b* unknown .pl.lnn.and of Circuit nf ''I of and of the Board of SonS
tk* .. la the atevs tated shin Flv. (81. South all pesauutabaa.* nam I I. ." ., Cur .. dun.
D.v. Dnlo. Mary nlo -* MOM that Mar Range Twenty-eno Bradford County. Trnatee of County, Florida j authort-
.a D Ford.I
,.. Dni. Floasl "a.,. ". and her hoaband. 1. W. Wilson, East, containing f. Mr- leo* or (11.I knon whoa .Id. I* beyond the Stat.of By C. A. KHIIH1. {'IDeut. clog' and enpowerin. said of Send
bell, Samuel' .. C Edlo T. 1 t'defendant th.r. named ..non-re ldent* A. 8. '! i| the Florida hereinafter decrlbi or |Interested, .,I (Seal) .I t I: Trtutee to laeii* bond In H.r to ev

rite... ..Roberta. I lisle bat I not o th* .teL of F.and their .1- Special part thereof, lying and being property In BradfordCounty or any :' P C. KNIGHT. KUrfce, FTa. '' eed Four Hundred Fifty -'nnt DoIrcI )

I their heirs, d. gnnue*. oth-i I .. over th J. 0.. AZZ.. Florid. ,deecrib! fotlowa: ,'' Solicitor. for ComplainantU4t.O.t. I II I for the xtenefon and of the I

...I.lln. latorcsbt In tb* Lao. ordered twentir-on* rears: It_. I ._t Solicitor pl.ln.nt t-4-ft-l-2 Fiat half." of the Southweet. quarter of I i I |I labile mad y.fcem of Bradford County, and
.d. gosh named i fondint th. .1 Ida" th T of Section Seven |7>. | NOTICB ''to repeal a special' art passed at the mauler
M b* deed, b .. "ry1.. t an.peer NOTICE TO CITIZENS Township qr( South Range Twenty'two ,' neeton of th* LegIslature. A. D I 19'Jl p.l.| I
:ssld omplalnant bavin ::I I to bill before of I. saidraueo I' (f22. Et. II. |I 1 I fa ni-nfl Ceart Fer R..for County, II." tnt for a bond issue In the am of Tw H..

.eider of process -Vtober.CC A.or D. 1925.Monday ntbem4sa allegation I dar of _No. I .. given t th eltlien of I Do appear to the salt bill nt erplln on ef rierltia. In .. M Fill. Tuud Do.r.D,. \
? I I I
." .n. to ape.,. t of said bill Florida at the ro. '1 or before tb* Fifth day of D. A. A. DunUfl. I .
THEREUPON ORDERED that acid defendant .i b taken .confessed by said jneet of the Board of Cant,. CommissionfB.rd'r 1925. and *otir,* define t. set cm I 1' Complainant, j jAf J KNIGH' '

of** )*atft, oed Donlry. and Mary Con tor. farther ordered that tab order bo ?
'. I. jmk bill In the Due Msokia ef LeglaUtan, off .. have t th* above dWrlBJ I R *, ... t-ll-vt.11-4 Revresenfatlt Bradford t> ..



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should the Macon Ga. after visit with her ala 1 I I which to make an ideal home. BLKCT10M MOTICa
successfully to make a come back in' many will be disappointed a
Telegraph! I the appointed Mrs. W. R. Jackson. S-1 N. B. Rosier who is attending the -
Bradford tounty 1911 and finally sold its plant. Shenandoah fail to follow ter ]
Etruby School of Pharmacy in Macon By thi power vcateJ la them by the Ua

.::.;:..:.. .- LANSDOWNE'S WIDOW schedule. Eberle modifed Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Birt, and P. Ga., was at home this week visit of the State of Florida the board of Public IB.atructlon .
Three days later Hunt visitors to Starke '
were: B'I of Bradford County. Florida,
'' I Published weekly and entered as GETS VINDICATION the orders, directing Lansdowne to include day. ing his family. a ealla aa election. to be }laid la each". Brok.hereby..

at the post I Kansas City and St. Joseph in J. Shaw and family left for a Ziff and Bradford apeslal tax school dlatrlcta
second class matter Confidential Letters Read Before Scott Field ear- Mrs. C. B. Bryant, of Ft. Myers lathe two week's tour in South Florida: lot determine whether not those three dla.trleta .
office at Starke Florida. II the itinerary, leaving guest of her parents, Mr. and or any two of them shall be consolidates!
Court Prove Her Claims. 4 and going to Des E. L. of Elle on.1 real .
ly on September Mrs. L. H. this week. I Pope one to elect three trustees and determine tb.
-- I mlllage to be assassid la said
--- two cities. consolidateddtetrtet. .
t 9. 8. MATTBBWi________________Owmer.I. Lakehurst, N. J., Sept. 27.-MM. Moines Hi-,"original by way letter of these to the chief of Last Saturday evening, H. A Delk week estate on men business.Mr. was in. Lake Butler this 1 November" Said Srd, election 192( *. to .beheld Tuesday.

________..Manaaln Ealtef. and Miss Ruth Rhymer were unitedin
C. ROBINSON Zachary Landsdowne was vindicatedIn June 15 touched
naval operations on and Mrs. McGill are announcing For the purpose of holding said election.
her strictures against tLe navy de- on m the pponlng paragraphs, is wor- matrimony at the County Judge'soffice I the arrival of a son, Este Page In Bradford "Iowleta.0.. W. Barry W. It.Harrell .
in Starke. Judge Gardiner officiating and W. H Harrell are appointedmanagers.
PUBLISHED::! EVERY .FIC1DAT partment today when confidential thy of full citation: McGill, born September 20th. I

ters brought before the naval court I "Referring! to dispatches of June I D. T. McGill sold his 80 acres east For holding said election In Ziff district,

SUBSCRIPTION BATE investigating the Shenenadoah disaster -110 and 11, the Shenandoah has beeni Mr. Delk occupies a position as of Lake Butler last week to T. J.i trick, E.arc M.apolnted Haaen. B.manaiiere.For J. Lowla. and BufuaHodges

disclosed that Commander Lansd- ordered to make a flight! to Minneapolis railroad clerk In the union depot here.
i I Townsend.Mr. IB
holding' acid :location Ziff district,
Per Year ----------------.w $1-50 downe went to his death protesting and return, Including among other He came here in 1924. His work has 8. L. PrceeoU. Chas. Lltohfleld and R. P,
orders of Rear Admiral E. W. Eb- of been satisfactory to both the M. J. Fonts Is the guest of Mr. Lewis are appointed. managers.Tbeee .
_________ __ '.. the | cities Kansas City. The length very I
Six Month ____ I erle, chief of naval operations at I this flight is approximately 8,000 railroad companies and the public. and Mrs. J. E. Harper this! week in .lections stall be held at the school
Lake Butler house In each of the three district
Mrs. Rhymer is formerly of Jacksonville -
Washington. miles. The beginning of the flight [includes L. W. XICKLITBRChairman
I Landsdowne was rebuffed at every a mountain range requiring a and cornea to us highly recom- Mrs. Tate Powell, of Jacksonville, h
of Operation and I mended. They will be at home here. is the guest this week of her parents
I turn by the Bureau minimum altitude of 3,500 feet, so H. B. WIGGINS
the Bureau of Aeronautics. .He stood that in leaving. Lakehurst the ship The people of the town and community Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Riven. Secretary.. I

firmly against an overland flight In should be only 89 per cent full, with- wish them much happiness and suc

;. July. He feared thunderstorms, like out superheat.. _
P the one that wrecked his ship and kill- I cess.Last Tuesday evening, J. B. Alex-

ed fourteen men. He was backed lip BRADFORD ander and C. G. Manaire who are

bhis Immediate superior Capt. G notable fishermen, tried their luck as t

\V Steele, commander of the Lake- Bradford, October 1.-mr. and Mrs I fisherman in Hampton lake J. B. 1 >f r,t;

hi i, it air station. He resorted to veiled John demons of Miami spent several Alexander caught( a large trout that

tinny even that failed him. days here last week the guests of tipped the scales at 13 pounds. Loin ofPork
No. 4934 II Judgment Not Sound I friends and relatives.Mrs. I

f (Membership In National Hltrb-rl I I I Admiral Eberle held that his sndSteele's Dave Dukes, of Worthington LAKE BUTLER t i1! ,

AMoelation) Judgment was not "sound" Springs is spending a few days here t R
Lake Butler, October 1.-Mr. Chapman '
'ctions of and wrote him thus) i with her daughter, Mrs. W. II. Har-
Farmers In different > I |I w 1kI
I rell. I. and force are here from Chicago,,
carload | "If the limitations apprehensions
In and -
Florida are shipping corn |I
I i taking Inventory of the stock of the
lots to the drouth 1 stricken sections 1]'>: outlined are sound, it would J Malcolm Harrell, and Luther) Har- Florida Telephone Co. t Y ,' I

of Georgia and thereby doing their appear that our airships are of lit- rell, were visitors to Alachua Sunday. '
Mrs. J. W. LoadholtZ and two children sounds
j bit in advertising I'"loriJa.0 tle military or comerclal value, and[I I' Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry, were I It just
of Jacksonville, are visiting( Mr..
visitors Starke
-- that the great cost of their upkeep"i I Bill Comerly of Coleman Tuesday. the and Mrs. J. W. Jones, parents of Mrs.. about right for I
and repair would not be warranted. I ,
carried ,;j ,
? The Tampa Tribune a with his Mr. Loadholtz.: Mr. Loadholtz: who ha
week-end here parents,
R. II. Jackson at
Capt. Washintgon i
-article stating that 11,000 real estate I been for the past five years, assistant
I acting for Eberle stepped on Lands- and Mrs. Allen Comerly. : dinner today
r license were issued In Hillsborough' of In the identification bureau Jacksonville :1 ,
with : Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Harrell
downe this
e county In seven days. Another week : has resigned his position thereto I
New River the of friends '
"After conference with the Bureauof were guests 'r" doesn't it? And
or two and the real estaters will haveto I accept the management of the Identification
and relatives here
i' Sunday. l Vi : I
Aeronautics and in view of the a I

2 prospect.The fco into. the next county to find a I erection available of for a mooring the Shenandoah mast at Detroit afterJuly ,I' over and Gainesville Mrs. Rand last Crews Wednesday.motored Beach where Bureau he and at his West family Palm wit:h if it is the right

,. -o- move very soon, and make it theli/
i 7, it is considered that the flight I1 I W. II. Harrell. left Thursday for
commissioners of Highland future home. kind of
county : a pork
I la entirely feasible in July" { Jacksonville where he will! spend a few
t4. have shown that theyare Curtis
county L. Bennett has returned

backing up the new game and fish; \ Land downe stood fast and won a I days Mrs.with A, his A. Thomas brothel, of Lee Worthington Harrell.- from Camp Perry, Ohio. He is on roast it will be just about right. If you
point. The trip was not made in July. I
'i law by offering a standing reward I1, I of Florida's crack shots and is one
Springs, spending a few days
of $100 for arrest and conviction ofpemnns I Eberle brushed aside his fears of of the victorious team that won at has flavor
y. I thunderstorm with the brusque statement -, I here with friends and relatives. want one that an appetizing
who violate that law. If
e a L I Mr. and \Mrs. Rand Crews, were, Camp Perry where there were 4,00<(<

record Is kept that county will find I I :Discretion of Commander visitors to Brooker, Saturday and marksmen.Mrs. one that will be thoroughly enjoyed
the most persistent violators are not I I' Sunday. J. M. Syfrett and Miss Aude ry

the country folks but so-called j "The Chief of Naval Operations is, Wise, spent the week-end in Jaspe,r market. You honest
"sportsmen" who pay little attentionto I not ready to concur in these opinions I W. motored II. Harrell and daughter Starke ,Satura Lucille visiting!: relatives and friends. order it at our get
the law when shooting or fishing i I (on the soundness of Landedowne'apprehension g over E. L. Pope of Elenton was In oni
day. honest
is good. J ) and believes that then I city this week. trnnanH weight at prices.
Mr. !_no'___ real a.fufi.
'sa -a- 1 ships can be operated safely with the Cephus Harrell. of Waldo, was business. nnnn
I Herbert Dann, president of the exercise of care and judgment within i a visitor here Sunday. The great increase in the numbei
the Mr. and Mrs. Drew Dukes and Market
discretion of the Meat
Florida Development Board said in cf.I I' daughter, Gracie Lee, of Worthington of people seen on the ttreets of out Variety
p Thunderstorms and rains
:; of the no-fence law and road I. are
!: city lately is quite noticeable. We,
Springs visitors here
were Tuesday
likely to occur at time along the
r accidents: "The state and county au- any afternoon.Mr. welcome all visitors and cheerful!] Phone 124 Starke
proposed route between June 1 and ,
thorities can cut the number of | Joe Harrell of Lacrossee, inform them of all the great advantages ._ .
October but ---
there is high --
accidents in half immediately If they I a percentage of
of was a visitor here Wednesday. our county-a place i iMASTERS ir
favorable weather with few
will launch
force drivers
campalpn to

Mrs. Tom Baxter, and children of
: to stay on the right!: side of the protracted Directly storms.after Jackson's terse letter Jacksonville, is spending a few days -BALE YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
road and go after drivers of Ford- here with He..bJIotie.. .Im given under end br lrtu<
: who hang their feet over the side of, dated June 29, declaring the midwest Rand Crews. of that final d.....,... of foreclosure mad an.'
flight was feasible in July entered on the 80th d.y of SvpUmba. A. l>. RITCH
something &
their cars. The cow menace will disappear HAMPTONHampton 1928 by Honorable A. V. Long Judv of th ,
u In time for county after count- !: not In the record happened. ,Eighth Judicial Clrault of Florida ID and tal REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
,# Landsdowne his Bradford County In Ch.n....... In and foi,
stood ground and
ty Is ayolishing the free range." : the Aug. 1.-Rer. and Mrs I that Certain ...... therein pendlnff betweer INSURANCE COMPANIES!: FIRE
o next day, June 30, this letter was E. S. Taylor returned to their home Th. Bank of Starke. a corporation" complain
sent him the chief ant. and airalnat Erneit B. Walla' ; I ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE
by of naval and wife
STATE TAX REDUCTION operations here after a visit to .\Ie:totth, where May BI... W.I I.. The Florida Hardware Com, BONDS LIABILITY
t : Rev. Taylor filled his appointmentlast pang a corporation, and The 8. B. Hubbard
+ Governor Martin's declaration "The flight to Minneapolis Company a corporation defendant,
and the
Sunday .*
as pat'> of the First! ;
deralffned Special Maater in said came
made through The Tribune turn via Scott Field in ap>
Monday deferred
to Christian church of that city. pointed to execute acid decree. will on Mon "
morning that state taxes would be the latter part of September." Mr. day the cecond day of November A. D. 197* _
and Mrs. Hooker who have ----
reduced one-half before his administration I The Ford mast at Detroit was to be during the legal hour. of .. thereon be -
been visiting Mr. Hooker's father, fore the eourthonee door In Starke. Br.dforCounty I f
Is over, came as a particularly I used on this Minneapolis or mid-wont at Sparr, returned to their home here Florida aell the following- descri F I
good piece of news to the people of''flight. The mast had never had a lands, altuate In acid Bradford County. ,.
last Sunday ida to the hlneat bidder for cash, ....wlt
the state. The Governor, in a brief I I ship moored to it. Landsdowne want- E. C. Williams, of Span was a bbusi- Commencing at the Southwest corner hi J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
talk to the Tampa Rotary Club yes ed to make a trial flight to Detroit 'hotel lot In Lawtey. Florida, and
ness visitor here this week.
South the aide
on Wrat of State Street.
terdcy, repeated this statement and i to test the mast. He argued that The W. M. U., of the Baptist church I i tent, thence Wed and angina i .
V' I h.I
added that a reduction of one-third enough fuel could be carried to clr- State Street, 40 feet: South and parailel
would be effected next | cle back to Lakehurst if I, is observing the week of prayer from with State .1....., 21 feet: thence Wei INSURANCEAGENCY
year. the mast four p. m., to five p. m., each day. I and at right angles to State Street 00 feet
The Governor banes his statementon were faulty hence North and parallel with Slat atreet
I I Mrs. O. Haynes returned to her 55 feet: thence Eut and at right angle i
the rapid growth the Turned Down
of state Again
un I home here last Saturday, after a visit tate Street 100 feet: to point of beginning ESTABLISHED 1886
the extensive Improvements that are Washington turned him down again, with her daughter Mrs. T. J. Thomas. and being In the bualnna lot. of Lawtenlorlda ,
being made the chief of aa mapped and platted upon timbllo
everywhere, on the large I naval operations saying: I I I of Valdosta, Ga. reconto of Bradford County Florid

revenue the state will receive from "In view of the fact that the Shen- 1'. J. Pearce laid sale to be made pursuant to and for thatlafactlon i STARKE FLA.
hk' I I I leading barber at .
corporation charters and other andoash moored to mast at SanDlee-o of said final decree. with coati .
I Hollywood, returned to his work after A. 9. CREWS
sources. and Seattle on the Pacific coast flight I I|I a visit with his family here. Special Mu Wee,.
Surely no greater advertisement for(last ye .r without previous trial the D. E. KNIGHT I
Mrs. Hugh Norton, of Clearwater, Solicitor I for Complainant 10-S-Bt-lO-K: A
Florida could be broadcasted to the necessity of making a trial, flight to I I I I and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hall of The-
world than the fact that the Detroit is #
state not apparent. In view of i
ressa, were the of Mrs.
guests Nor-
bad reduced its tax-rate one-half, or the present schedule of the Shenandoah ton's sister t
,, r even one-thlrd--and this in spite of j I the department is reluctant to I II I I David Jones last '

the necessarily rapidly (creasing cost I I undertake the extra trip unless tho,' Saturday.W. A. Saxon and sister Miss I WORLD SERIESTha Waehington Senator. Say "Try and Get ItT By A. a CHAPIN r

of Government to meet the demands commanding officer is convinced of its Vera ,
of'greater I I II Saxon of Deerfield, visited
population and service. necessity. f
here last
., :.t Such an announcement following I The navy department sent LandsI Sunday. Avo
-:I John J. Beitzel ftiAtowv
I and Ladette
who .
the recent prohibition of income and downe a list of mid-west state fairs the .,. >vme Jetty
represent Chicago Real Estate
inheritance taxes, and the evidencesof being held in late August and early I firm BoetaVIU.HAVI QAne
I in Florida left .
Monday for
I' >vTOV
sounj: judgment in lawmaking September. Lansdowne
wrote back -
Pensacola where they will take ., HTIM*
shown by tho last Legislature, and I that an inspection showed fairs in their work In
we trust to be emulated by future Ohio, Iowa and Wisconsin interest of reaal estate
1 would be
Legislatures, should convince tho held the first week In September and I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harper and tilMMf If zzJ\
world that Florida Is a truly conservative I for Indiana, Minnesota and Michigan, Mrs. J. R. Colley, were business visions TNsM p ( i 1
to Gainesville last \ JoocLS (
";r" state, a good state to live in and the second week in September. Ha I The Monday. I e Z tlI
to do business in. And this achieve wound up by saying railroad traffic is so great here ,I seS t i .
that the trains
,} ment will be everlastingly to the "It is therefore impracticable to i I, are delayed and many .
people inconvlenced
credit of Governor Martin's administration. cover all are by the crossing -
points holding fairs during i
being blocked
and it Is
.-Tampa Tribune. the fair' week of each, and the second able.
to relieve this
i I condi-
.- r" U week In September is recommended '.
on the Seeaboard
on account of the limited
time for || build a side track between here and
generation "St. Jacob's Oil" preparations at Scott Field and De- y
ago Starke in order to relieve the con-
was one of the most widely advertised troit. I jestlon.Mrs./ e a. ? .

products in America. It was a pat- He still feared thunder sbualls and C. R. Manaire has been the Heeet cum a o1ir '

ent medicine enjoying enormous sales. chief was trying to defer the flight. The guest of her mother, Mrs. Cloversettle 'PIPATs Coco WHO.S-A9o MAWB 4 A SWAP WOIZLb'g 0 1P

: When Charles Vogeler the head of of naval operations wrote back of Theressa. CMTHein.AM u iQ bN3IpP I

this business died, an "expert" went "Your recommendations to make the Misses May and Marion Jones, who My, WALTtRpJetscme

over the balance sheets and saw the flight the fecond week In September have been spending the summer In
enormous advertising appropriation. not been approved. By starting Philadelphia, the guests of their

,4 r This expert trimmed the advertising on September 2, the Shenandoah aunts, Mrs. Wm. Camerer and Mrs. ,Ac ttav tuaf.aaY ameate6ettu.

expenditure to little or nothing would fly over the state fairs as follows Ayers returned to their home here

reasoning that St. Jacob's Oil was so ,: Wisconsin(naming!!: Ohio Iowa Minnesota last Sunday. Their father J. V. Jones ,1 paw. NSAtWeatk

well known that It was unnecessary and Michigan on successive met them in Jacksonville and aa

to spend money any longer to advertise days from September Sto 6.)" companied them to their home. '
it. Orders dewlndled advertising On the same date as the writing of loo" TO
as Rev. Windham '
this will fill his ap SOMS Of'' '4 .
confidential ('e
a, contracts ran out; business letter Jackson, act- pointment at the Methodist church "" "ft_

departed never to return, and it Is ing for Eberle, issued official orders next Sunday morning and evening. "'TOI4_,-. ..)\.. t

safe to speculate that hardly one In directing the Shenandoah to fly over Mrs. H F. Chesser, who has been

fifty who reads this article remembers fair. In the above state and laying the guest of her daughter, Mrs. G. e--- i

or ever heard of St. Jacob's Oil, down the itinerary by cities. From W. Shaw, of Detroit, Mich., returnedto A < its.F MASONS wsY Ft151ea

one of the best known products on the Springfield. 111., the ship was to go to her home here last"Sunday. 1 loN'TROSPEn.INTM/0trr pgi.Da"aAAtNA,

continent thirty-five years ago. Scott Field, mooring and returning Mrs. Jackson, ofTJacon, visited Mr.
A similar! thing happened to James and proceeding to St. Louis and Des Jackson's
Moines. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. ft:1I: : +A Al61IWILL.
Pyle' "Pearline,"-a company that R. Jackson last Sunday. I ....u I I

vied $500,000 advertising; fund as Order Continued R. M. .,."
a Williams of Venus, is spending MJwoar-
far back as 1904 and was' one'of the These flight orders continued: this week with his father A. M. IA I

best known products in the entire "Should the dictates of safety and Williams '

{. world. The ad fund was lopped off: weather conditions existing make it Mrs. Best returned to her home insls l
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the business went dead. It tried unTie advisable, the commanding officer of >wS MMO e.< 9
the Shenandoah I.i authorized to make .TCwMB rows*
h' nt Dee Net Affect tile H.iJgeoaaee such modifications In the above itinerary Colds Cause Grip" sad InfluenzaLAXATWZ -

M of Its tonic and luatl.*efTect.' LAXA aa he deems necessary, remembering BROMO QUDOKZ Tthteu raoux Kam
.4 TIVE BROMO QUININE (T._) can be taken !!: however that this route will 1M __ Than. .U w nly. sac"Brono Qnlnta- ar+. et"aeiw .. i? A ? AVr.M1t.A. .
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