Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
October 9, 1925
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879. Subscription-P er Year $t.'iO"' ; Six Months, 75e.-1'nyabtc In Advance. E. S. Matthews, Owner. .'

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Whitney Lays Delay on UNITED STATES SENATOR An automobil-: accident Wednesday I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: AUTHORIZE |' The new owners of the Starke LIVES OF MEN ON RAMMED:

Shortage of Material for FLETCIIER INJURED WHEN ''afternoon resulted in serious injury MAKING OF MAP Canning Plant will have a I i SUBMARINE: 8-51 SNUFFED

Rock Base HOTEL ELEVATOR CRASHESCar to Mrs. E. E. Canova and N. T. Ritch, I I work within the next three weeks! OUT ALMOST IMMEDIATELY:

I Mrs. Canova suffering from a fractured making extensive repairs and addition -,
Tho Botrd! of commissionera
Governor Martin has promised to Full of Prominent Men, Congressman I skull, cut and bruises! about county -j to the plant. Only the main part Diver Find !Motor and Torpedo
of Bradford Florida met
give the incomplete stretch of highway Green, of Starke, the head and body -w'.ii'e! Mr. Ritch I county, |; of the present plant will be retained, I Rooms Filled With
in rerrular session Monday October
between, Maxville and Highland Injured in Crash received severe body bruises and the balance to be reconstructed. in | Water
5 1925 with all members present
Immediate attention and after ascertaining fractured ribs from being thrown to ; accordance with present day opera- -
as follows: J. M. Brownloe Chairman NEW LONDON, Conn., Oct. 2.-
who is at fault, to start vigorous Mrs. Canova tak- tions.
Jacksonville, October 3.-Prominent the pavement. was UnderhllllG. !
I I Louis H. Hill, J. L. The lives of the men who went
for the relief of those Riverside Jacksonville It is the plans of & Son
Hyslop to
measures men, including United States en to the Hospital, W. Hinson and S. V. Andrews. down on the submarine S-R1 were
this road. The chamber of theM afternoon train "or In time make the Starke plant of
who use Senator Duncan U. Fletcher First on I
Minutes of last meeting read and snuffed out almost Immediately after -
commerce and the town council wired Assistant Postmaster General JohnR. I II treatment. J. N. Street, the Hupp I the largest as well as modern 11eVl'ry \ she
was rammed and sunk by tho
their protest to the governor over Bartlett, and William R. Spillman I salesman of Gainesville, who was approved.Tho respect, of any in the state. Bo- | of
steamer City Rome off Rock Ii-
the slow progress mndo, and re superintendent of the division of post :: with Mr. Ritch at the time, was also Board approved an 19 by 30 ginning their operations with canninj ,, land week
The death
a tonight.
quested that step* be taken to speed office service, were injured here this severely bruised when thrown to the record book for recording: pints. j of grapefruit pineapple nnlornnA'O toll stands. ago at 33.
Upon motion J. F. Kickliter, Jr., '' now
the work if possible.The afternoon when a Mason hotel eleva- :I pavement.I warmalnden, they will even'.i- This established when
foreman in hare: of the work was authorized to make map of Brad ally have a schedule, t will keep tho' was today
tor in which they were riding, crashed is understood that the car in | divers found that the last two
I ford county showing all graded and'hard com
in Starke Tuesday and stated that plant running tho best part of the
was of nine stories to the ground.Mr. I i which Mrs. Canova was riding with surfaced roads, together with partments in which It had been hoped
deliveries ; all
unable to get year using vegetables nnd fruit
they were the her daughter, Mary, who was driv- i there have
Spillman who was most boundaries uf districts might beep air-the
i Uib-schoolsj,
to keep ;, this section
rock in sufficient quantities can produce, provided "
control when turning
seriously in the sustaining ing got out of motor unit torpedo filled
injured party, nnd voting precincts. rooms wore
/'Ills forces at work. H stated that they I they cnn secure enough! farmers and 1
Ninth Street into Cherry
a fractured right leg above from Upon motion E. M. Johns was em- I with water. None of the cr..wwhn
the grade truckers to sufficient
and placed on grow to keep
unloaded the knee and lacerations from flying and struck Mr. Ritch, who was went down had a chance for Ids
'' ployed as County prosecuting nttorV -
rock Tuesday noon, the .
of by plant operating.The
twelve curs glass lie is confined to his hotel I standing in the street looking at a ".. \1 .ider Chapter 1020(1( LAWS of life. Tim Mubnmrinc sank so quickly _
tho first car firm's representative who
starting on ilupp car whichIr.\ Street was .. wa+ I that they unable shut the
? room. lorida et $:>000 month and were to
morning He further strted that only him. Both Mr. Ritch and Mr. p here several wco'io! n:'o, stated l it wits I
Mr. Bartlett, formerly of I showing fees provide) in said Section. ) whter tight doors, cloning the conipurtments .
four trucks were used in this work, governor thrown the their intention to start their plant |
and that he has sufficient equipmentand New Hampshire, suffered a sprained Street were to pavement O. B. Sweat pauper reported a* this season and handle: only nutrnia-1 and thus give themselves t,

to unload ten cars daily. back but was able to proceed by trainto between the two parked cars, the having died, his I name ordered stricken lades, jellies and preserves, utilizing a fighting chance of being brought to P,
with the I 1
,fIt was rumored last week that the Washington. lie left here early to- I runaway car colliding It thut from said roll. I what fruit this section could supply' the surface with their ship. Tho story
Hudson sedan. la thought of their; effci-t" '
n save themselvesnever
The Board inked for
slogan to
night. bfij
/contractor had abandoned his con- and shipping here in cnrlllll.llotIJ from I
Mrs. Canova attempted to alight will be told.
1 of slow deliveries, 1 Senator Fletcher is confined to his placed upon County rond arch at the fruit growing sections below.
tract, as on account from her when she thrownto
car was All that remain for those
/',"t ho would lone more to complete the rooms suffering ftrrom! severe bruised I underneath ino of Bradford nnd Clay counties They have ample capital to finance now
the pavement, and partly 'olnnr out of county offering $5.00 I who h-we( toiled, at the tank, to roi-
." six miles of road. It has been reported and strained muscles. her before It could be the! undertaking and their desire Is
cap md 1
CliO identify the bodies. aftet"whl..h "
', :, however, that such :s not the case Another of the party who sustained standstill.The for the one accepted! and npnointimr i I to establish confidence among ,
brought to a the submarine will bo
the following! G. M. Inmnn
as it is his intention to carry on the a severe injury was Richard Marks, judges. growers: and truckers of the th.I
extent of Mrs. Canova's injuries torke:: R. R. Thedo Lawtey and A. to wreckers to salvage.Of .
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work to completion as speedily as local attorney, who suffered a broken handle the plant to the profit of
could not be determined 1. Durden, Hampton. Said Judges tomeet the 30 men who were aboard
end nJicr '
possible. : knee cap, allowing; their!! cb'llty! tJ
Thu-siay morning the hospital at the Clerk's office the S-51 when oho was rammed, three
on Friday both ,
Congressman R. A. Green, of grower and canner, to establish\
a REV. HANSEN CALLEDTO 1 Starke, Florida wan lacerated and av.thoritiec not having completedtheir evening at 730 o'clock. October 1(1(\, relations/ with the growers to assure were picked up alive and. the bodies,\
examinations Mr. Ritch is of four men have been taken from
bruised. con- 1025. All slogans to be mailed to them of products to keep the plant
BAPTIST fined to his home but is expected to Clerk of Circuit Court. No the wrcclc.
namo toKe for
Others, all of Jacksonville,: sustaining going as many months in the
be within few Two of these were recovered to-
out a placed: upon Mognn.: I i
bruises and lacerations year as possible.
i The Reverend Thomas Hansen, were: was said Thursday that Miss Upon motion, the allowan tlay. They were those of Walter K.:
pauper Tills
Herbert E. Ross J. S. firm will keep their Ontario
who has just arrived in our city ; I I
i Canova lost control of the car slid of J. G. Williams. increased fromfVOO I' I.uwton, electrician's mate of NowLondon
plant in
his next Sun Stockton, financier; George II. Baldwin operation as at present,
[ opening sermon
preach Conn., and IX Lindsay .
I was driving when she attempted to to $10.00' ( per month. 'I :
Y. C. Strrke bclrtf ncloctod tie! branch
o'clock steamship operator as
eleven ;
day morning at the '
englneman, of I'ennncola Flor
letters the wind ,
recover some was The following Widows Pensio ,,'f the
Brown, assistant postmaster; TI| C. company to can their Florida
[service. blowing out of the car. applied, Isabelle : ida. '
approved: !Mrs. Land
S Imerson I products.
k Mr. Hanson was born in Denmark, city commissioner; William The divers who recovered tho bod
Lawtey $3.00 Mrs. !Mabel Oberet
the United Strtes in hia P. Howard, Jr., manufacturer; Alvin ; -
but to lea
came Starle $3,00 )Mrs. Sarah Cornell todny came upon them as they
to the State of Iowa. Register, meat packer. early youth: I II worn forcing their
Starke $0.00 Mtrs.; Arrle Ikea. way :
; AT
. Here he rnited with the Baptist Two women, whose names could LAFAYETTE STREET HAMPTON EACH
engine room
of not be learned, were slightly injured. R. N. Dowling is having a RevenI Hampton $3.00; Mrs. Lizzie Bryant, I
church at the age eighteen years I Rear
. Stnrke $6.00; Mrs. Nannie Holei.: Mr. Kilo, manager and owner ofI Admiral J. D. Beuret, chiefof
conscious Tho party was proceeding from the room bungalow built on his propertyon
rand shortly after became I Hampton Reach, the dane- the ravel bureau of constructionand
Starke $9.00! ; Mrs. Mnjrcrie R.: For-
. fact that God wanted him to hotel dining room on the roof when Lafayette Street in the southern
, of I ::1.00Irs. |ling' and bathing resort, short dio- repair at Washington, visited
syth, Lawtey $ ; \ Fay P. Gill, a
the elevator after passing the ninth part of town, the structure now being -
enter the ministry. 1 tho of the .
Starke $14.00 Mm. Lillie Smith tanee west of Hampton, promises a scene wreck today. lie
he floor, got out of control. The about half completed. Lafayette ; I
K In obedience to that calling entered cause
i Brooker $6.00; Mrs. Sarah Rlgcljn) trout for the patrons Thursday night, was!! nccoirpanled' by; Simon Lake
has not been determined.! Street is of the most picturesque I
the of DpsMoinesUniversity
, Academy I Starke $B.II1frll.); Viola Mikell Oct. 8th., In the way of a confetti submarine expert, mil builder of the
at Des Moine. Iowa and Tho twelve men, had been the in town and it Is understood that other
nunke: vessel
Ijiwtey: $f\.00.\ ball. Johnnie Kilo and his noveltyorchestra and by officials; of the
Thereafter guests at a luncheon. Mayor Alsopi buildings are being planned for
attended for two years. 1 : Upon motion and who hnve gained considerable wrecking company which are np..ted *
Quigley Davis : -
I he attended the Baptist Divinity: was unable to attend but with F. D. that section in the -iear fiture. lof, Starke was awarded contract forrepairs fdme throughout thin portionof to be given charge of eventuallyof ti

school of the same institution for Guthrlo, of the local chamber of the the salvage .
on jail floor an specified In state for their splendid orchestra operation
[two During his stay at Des commerce, there were 13 at the table --
years. i II. Wiggins hnd at a week end music, will excel themielves
proposition presented by them. on
u Moines University !9e was pastor and at tho time tile: negro waiter is 'guest his mother, Mrs. A. C. Wig- There being no further businoas. this occasion.Mr. New London, Conn.,--October' 4.-

(first nt Sumuierset and later at ElkHorn said to have expressed a premonition : The solemn riots of "T a p *,"
s gins, and brother, G. A. Wiggins, Board adjourned to meet In regular Kilo and son have spared noexpense
of what sounded. with .
mght befall the hnunt"w today
( Iowa. ,, ,
and wife, of Hawthorne; Mr. and session Monday November 2nd,, to give this. section of tho I
church Mr. Hanson because of the workngs of fate echoed, through the submarine
L At the latter usually -i I
firs. Johnson! of Waycross Ga.; Mr. 1025.: state a clean, up-to-date pleasure resort '
f, Was ordaIned five years ago: and vrts \ surroundng the "unlucky number tense an a touching farewell by the
I and Mrs. Win. Knabb, of Raiford. G. W. ALDERMANClerk and his determination to exclude -
called\ to the Baptist church at New- all undesirable Navy to its. lend comrades of tho
;: 'berry Fla.During Mr. Guthrie left the table and Is I I Crestview-Left in the care of their meeting with universal S-51./

t his pastorate at Newberry, said to have gone down to the lower | grandmother while their parents were Lighted by approval. As the bugle call died away, more
IN COUNTY electricity the
jOIr.{ Hansen pursued his collegiate: floor of the hotel. The twelve were ,,|I visiting, M. M. Stark tragedy today COURT resembles a fairyland at nght pavilion and I than COO officer and enlisted men

work at the University of Florida. joined in the elevator by the two man Raborn, eight, was shot and Instantly Stele DeSue, colored, plead guilty,,; the dancng floor illuminated by, mul- stood In the busy theater bowed

,- Not being nble to carry the full curriculum young women and the fourteen of killed by his brother Mitchell In Judge Gordine '1I court Mondayto ti-colored lights lends charm of I tit-adx. With them were frlordi of the

on account of his pastorial them and the negro operator, began''' 6 years old, while the latter the charge of carrying a pistol I I j own to the dancers. The a third it* : M.'i: : victims of the S-S1, officials of
work Mr. Hansen will continue his the downward journey. with New London, and civilians who hadjoined
I I I was playing a loading without license He was given a fine light plant haft beon id led and electric

"Work at the University for two more All seemed to be well until tho shotgun. The entire charge/ tore thru of $25 and costs or 60 days. The fine fane. placed! in tho !argo hall. I in the memorial services this

greats thereby finishing his course carrier passed the ninth floor, when ,,, the cheek of the victim. was paid. The bathing facilities afforded morning. Every man attached to tba

and obtaining his degree T the negro found that the machine was ---- .. the beach are drawing large crowd at bane, not detained by official duties,
i out ol control. Then -- wan present.
M M i came the
the weekends.TWENTYSEVEN
over .
WTEY VOTES TODAY''fying plunge downward terri-I I During tho services, other navy

FOR LIGHTING PLANT crash li'to the basement following.\ men were toiling: at the place where

I Such was the impact of the eleva- APPLICATIONS! : the submarine was sunk on September .

" The property owners of Lawtey tor upon the ground floor that the Goldberg's! Cart ons for Our Readers FOR REAL ESTATE: LICENSE 25, by the steamihlp City of

will vote today on the question of steel flooring of the cage is said to County Judge Gardiner; has received I I Rome. Under a !calm sky they worked *

[bonding the town of Lawtey for $20- have buckled and the glass sides to hr and filed to date twenty-seven doggedly: to recover the bodio

[000, to be expended! in building alighting have been shattered. applicotit for real estate brokers still held in the sunken ship.

..J system in that town and to I and salesmen license. New firms I
*build a 2300 volt line from Starke The cause of the accident at the arebeing LOCATION) OF LAKE

to Lawtey for the purpose of securing; Hotel elevator Mason got out yesterday of control in which and slipped an- the county formed.nllt almost Is likely every the day number over )ROAD 1O BE AIRED 4

r', electricity. and then will\ bo greatly Increased during the Owing to bo-
t If the freeholders vote a majorityfor dropped several storiesto numerous objections|

the bonds. It will give Lawtey a the ground, had not been deter- M1 coming winter. Ing made by property rwnors on

24-hour electric service for the homos mined tonight officials of the hotel : Those making application are as ,I Klngnloy lake as to the location of
f ol!Iowa
and business houses and a modern company said. William R. Spillman\ : the Stnrke-St. Augustine/ 11),1; \ on

street lighting: system. : of Washington, superintendent of the J. y, E. W. Hayes brokerA. the west Ride of the luke it Is
J. Thomas
COLLEY BUILDING NEW SHOP' division of post office service, wha .u 'nr broker thought likely that a new survey will I

o Charlie) Johns, contractor is erecting suffered a fracture of the right leg. a G. M. Inman brokerG. he made In the near future In an endeavor .

was the most y M. Inmnn, salesmen to locate the rightofwaynearer
injured of the
; a 30x60 shop for J. F. Colley on
B. C. .
fifteen 1 Harvey, salesman the lake front.It .
{Thompson Street, a short distance persons riding in the car. '
; H. C. Wall, salesman Is believed by that therlht
from his home, the building to be many
completed Nov. 1. Mr. Colley willse DUVAL COUNTY OFFICERS Von.fa! E. Inman,, salesman -of-way could' b. secured some

D. W. Alvarez, brokerS. three or four hundrud ft the
the new building for his ship, GET NEGRO
leaving sold the brick building on I L. Alvarez, broker Ivke than the present route, putting

Duval Irving/ Wershow, broker it Just west of the property lines.. of
J Cherry Street to Messrs. Quigley & county offi-crs came to
M. C. Stith
IDavis. The change to the new )loeaI Starke Wednesday and secured Will the Cady, Canova and the chicken
Ln itrfnrd! Realty Co broker
tion will\ be made before the first .>f Johnson, colored, who was being held farm proportion An official of Clay
the in the Hoii'.er-Priest Realty Co., broker county stated Wednesday that the
[ year. county jail for them on a free- C H. Priest
salesman surveyed, route not
for-all present was permanent
scrape on the midnight
F. C. Hollingsworth: brokerW. and that the bond
I train trustees

"'IUL KNIGHT WINS RADIO SET'I I carve from Mrtday.Whlle Baldwin another, Johnson a short decided distance to ":" A1 A1The A1t E,. !M.T. Fincher Thomas,,broker brokerL. would greatest locate number the road of people t.> serve In the the

tin the contest-put on by DeWitt i making;up good headway darkey when and stopped wia) r'ti0Sr': 1} Peek. If. Hill & W. E. Torode brokers lake section.
ow. Realty Co.
for the
building the
C. ones for a slogan for his hard- by the persuasive power of a thirty- rf Clay

\,,)aware store, closing last Saturday. eight In the hands of the conductor. C. L. Peek & Son, broker system of roads have been advertised

',, :Paul! Knight was declared the winner He was turned over to the night mar- I S. L. Peek, salesman for sale the latter part: of October,

'"r: his slogan being "Quality Tells shal when the train reached Stark IT. If. Young & Co., broker and) Mr. Shand stated that the work

-and Service Sells. Paul was award- and placed in the county jail. The object R. A. Newsom, salesman: of building would l bo ntarted us soon

l".:?.; eel the prize offered, a radio set. of his attentions was given medi-- Hoover-Futch Co., broker a.* ponaiblffl afterwarlt." An additional
M. G. Langford salesman ',
OOO for
EJL cal attention here and acconmpanieJ widening the road front

>" BRADFORD LODGE F. & A. M. : the Duval officers to Jacksonville 'J >. fen Cove to the Rrndford county

*>g DEGREE TEAM AT BROOKER prefer charges. to $3.00 FOR ARCH SLOGAN line IH being provided for In a special

)J ( bill to rr"l) to the trorld.tl1:: ''9 In November >
The Board
v, No. 35, F. A. M., pet on the sec ELECTION OF OFFICERS C. of county commlslon- Mr. Shand. stated.
i fond and third degree work for Pin | erR of Bradford county, offer $o.OO :
for the best "slogan" be
placed on Quincy-Down toe Mnnnlnh Trail
Bill No. 9 Tuesday afternoon and I
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f night. Besde! the 20 members of the I' The annual election of officer for arch going out of Bradford county, In a never e.-rlolr! trnnro come the
famous "Rob Goldberg will\ now draw a weekly) tornls on the north In to Clay
the county visitor. Florida from nil the
Bradford to over
I local 1 lodge, there were many via! County chamber of trip cartoon for this newspaper beginning with this Isaue. Mr. The I
slogan to be
ton from the lodge at Hampton, commerce, will beh ell Friday night hat for year been one of America' highest paid cartoon' typewritten United States. Last Sunday, the local
Goldberg name signed. Send slogan G. .
[Graham and After the work October 16. A fall attendance of we believe that our reader will be highly entertained by W. to Chamber of Comms--c secretary
Alderman Clerk of
swa* completed Pine Hill Lodge serr- member requested, as besides the his clever and original work. Goldberg ho originated more clever Circuit Court, : requested one of the: filling station\

tirid;' ,, a bountiful supper to the mom- election plans for the coming year pries than any other artist. Just now he has the, country Mylnar" Starke, Florida, with your name on a : proprietor to keep !& log of out of

"', bin and visitor I are to be made. "It'* the bolon yr' Look for Goldberg comic every WHir In title card or other paper not later than town cars serviced 1his place of
I newspaper October ISth. 1925.; business.

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a; "I' __ '" ,i '> .. FRIDAY. OCTOBER. J925.: ..,

I(,, ". .': \g. J. lesl vi' t S lle re : an 1 e-13 a4J> esl n tf lIhr itee !!

J' :,' s l e pin liter an a M rigs oe idne a1, 2 dl'st n with Is ''Vt

'i''Jf ,' Wednesda. e tlg a txrree, are th o e o e pa: ..drs. a at I Id
rival of a little daughter, borne Mrs. E/ D. Futch, TK is survWJfd by
/ Mr. and Mrs. M E. P. Futch, west of Lawtey,
\ I TOTphi Glover, of Sept 30th. three brothers and one sister, via: C.
Lake Butler, attended services at Ttxesday Sept 29th. Ha had been In
,1 Mr. and Mrs.! F. P. Jones and chile' A. Futch, of Starke. Roman Patch,

,, THE GOLDEN CUP RETURNS: NEW RIVERA sere I Bethany Mrs. Mattie.).,d -dirjejLwfth; ripjqrtiher; Jdreri: ; ofiFtt'Pitrce' ; !yre-hard+Mlaltidq;bad health for several years but his of Orange Park. I*>H. Futch ofGra

/ TP SALLIE [ DrawdT, his mother, Mrs. S. F. Jones.MfflsRos'a death came as a shock to his. friends ham, and Mrs. 1/ W taatT'o"IJadt': ; ''

party was given to :Miss FloraenJ.ft Some> much: needfuf', (repair,! world; 'n.U"'Cooper the over the county. He was buried with i sonville.. I -'

Yk "1anttfrt'lthat.-- +f-y U" erUei-Stiiliy, js bolng done on 'the bridges. ...In .!our week-end at Hampton- spent ef.JIr .., Masonic honors in the Pyal cemetery.RalfordLodge"N.i The funeral Wai attended't.oJ: 'I'by
tJlIW "
7 looked like lisuan-mng at. the cr wi attended. and ie ht-m section.Mrs. Bessie McGruder.1Bob .' 82 having"chargo' friends of the- family from roll beetlons .

danc '} hft broke the silence. i j)' 't1l'4e/\ .. : ; I Josie Stewart, ,is till vjslttnff I .. : ]Hof the aRrvlcep-et.thet>Inve. Rey.F of the county, and Mesons from
'J' bow know'.edll'e. of I hit : t her sister Mr*. JlatttelBranneiy ,TrJonnilsrWaldo" yi\iI; rnels tfrteront ": the "'
; 'wb ste
my r, ad Stprkq petori} ot eMethod1et''chuttlI I ( Stodgea jof! ooUnty ;took//
tcu-y,'', I complained ." 't' beery V Jtll1g {rie in : whose convalescence "1s pro tessingslowly. iative artaYr1efid liere>rm day l laA, bftlclated." partInie4' ererhon--\::. .Jl i 1 ,
II' s-- 1'' J J' -. :: fOur v ,. .-- i i iMiddleioi .. .
(!le '.mined slightly'; I 1! pq m- I kFaettwq week'CJlnes- \ \ yi ) JweX r .r al : r. L .
bet tT ee little boy rtteVf"Iffe fast h' .eoet s of theft !Wome ': J *ctU>rt.va9.Visited by.muappreciated > ID) titrkej pas a |i -; + Tl. :. nr ; - -' .''f'l
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king f>f the Manchu dyna.ty.-who held Sunday. Theywere- accompanIedhorrw.1Jy shower Sunday- after.- proeaslonal-vtelt 'Tiere last week. _." .... ,

;' the f t8 .'"fi' China' Jn' !M "(youthfjl I Mr. and Mra,'.C. J..Brown noon W. J. Robinsarr-tmd C. A. Johns, '' l

handl9'P'I ; ..' ... :r .'ta r. t.r:t M.:.- Pledger John and Sam White- MM. jf-ttjMdfrantfh'eV guerstWrs1.Mary' were 'visrtors' 'to New River, Friday I I ,} ,1.1 it.; ,SOO1''B' ; 'SERVES THE! SOUTH ,
Mott. visited{ MrsJ'BessW :Roberts afternoon: "IFrjeni .. ... ....
,Well/ S hT116J j u 'fa: "'lad l I a Mrs i I
and Cranny Roberts, Sat. ll i
coined, you ore )tl ,Hsuan for ; Thursday: "of little Marks Prescott. :i J .
my iLtll 'under J urday afternoon, son 'of 'Mr and'Mt :: Hiram Prescott -
1. in"your, } almi MasanJohinle:Yarborough were ; ., .
with me wW ybi J0'peased'] ttt learn that he' 'Is |I / ll'sfeare: the benefits

that I love you_jWore much moreI 'Mi sAlphl: Hodge' was a visitor to LAWTEY resting nicely in Mr*. WIlHaftia1 Hos- ,

than. 11f4t itself.and ,to .deep Starkej Prldty. i Me. and Mrs.::-Enoch Eriffis left pltal Gainesville' ; Marki'feH'sevC] i- ,
Ihave- to tell that Mr. Sinclair: Bryant of Miami! t eral.weeks! 'ago, breaking' his ami, "
] come you : atended'the Monday for where i\lii'
Homosassa they
r; UmilltY'j )/ which caused lock Jaw and last week of this i
tire happiness depends, on dance here, Friday night. will spend few days with relatives. gain .
not you will be my wife.". Mr; Graftoi Adklns has returned' Commissioner I* H. Hill met with the arm'was compelled to be ampu-I L

He wee asking me io be.hls.wifelOb to his. home after'' 'spending. a t rltie County Board at Starke, Monday home'tated.' His friends hope' to I

" ; why could not this have, happened days 'In Jacksonville; ; 1 J. .E. .Goqdfellow came home rfom again soon. operating efficiency

before the intervening heartacho .1 H. T. Parnell who: ha* been employing Lakeland and spent a few days the P;. E: L Slgg was a professional

r and despair : -'in Miami, far a while and Is first of the week visitor here last week, i I I

,,,"Bnt.Curtla," I answered, "what in the r<<..le tate bu Incas, was visit.j l Prof, and Mrs. LonnIe Futch cf Mrstitr e. M. E. Goodge and daughter

of Anne' Surely: you'renot going to :, In-; home folks here past week. the Graham School spent tho week- B. Dyal spent the week-end We are now: carrying 1309* more freight

throw her aside on account of that ,! Mr and Mm. Pitney Crews have i I end at their home bore at Pukes:, guest of her son, Jim than we did twenty years ago; but withan
scandal at ?" I moved to Lake BJ""'el'. They will V6Srrejtly / Goodge.
camp ] \; Pr. Price, District Supt. of Jacksonville
1' I increase of 10% f in the
only mileagerun
"What scandal-and how did yon missed! by thiir; many fried S Diet St. Johns" River Conference Mrs. S. E. Jpnea\ was numbered on ,, -

know" he asked In surprise. and relrtives. of tile M. E.' C: 11rch was a visitor the sick list last week. We are glad by our freight locomotives. ,

"She told all of us' about it at Val- Mr. P. W. Kelly, whrf hOlt been'vls-! to Lawtey, Tuesday to report .she is able 'to- be out again. |
4 a erles the other day. But your arms i itr.g! hr parentjj JMfT'cpd Mrs. J. | R R Thedo and A. M. Blachard This increased efficiency has been made .

should have been big enough for her E. Adknsjh: .. Tturned:: to i her home vere transacting business In Gaines ST. MARKS j! possible by the large investment of capi

: In...'VVlmWr( Haven. I ville Tuesday.
and her mistakes too"s'"SnNd fr. The service for the Eighteenth tal in more powerful locomotives, larger '
k Herhot WarHn of Vandcrbilt 1 Mrs.. E. W. Roberts and baby Lunlla
precious, don'tstand. vaulivf -
It waatrt"heKton you ni-ttiat, : : ended I I rtfetvljd: the nceat- Mr. J'ohntl. I Tatum, Mrs.! R. R. Theda and A.Sunday M. after Trinity will beat- 11 freight cars, greater track; and terminal

Friday n!"t. Louise and Gila Mario Thede, facilities and the reduction of and
there. were
ga It was my lovo for I' A number' of of The Witness curves
KuT !bTo''':-e Pledger md Sn-.ery Jolt 1S visitors to Starke Monday. copes .
through the dreary months
,eve rif.i:! <*rs to &: (\"d, Saturday I W E. Torodo bra has been ordered go that the grades.
your case wan ever before me and I nirht.I was transacting members may be Informed about the '
was haunted by your sweetness 'and : most In Starke, Tuesday. Trlenn'al: Central Convention which The results have been- '
I Miss! Avy Renfroe spent last week
i Mlq/l i Laura Wynn of the Tnwteyschool
a thousand Irresistible cnarucartn- has Just 1 opened in New Orleans. This ,
I ;
i 1 In Lake Butler. :
tic'sthat are a part of your adorable spent the week-end at heri is tho governing boric of the Episcopal Better transportation service for the South}
n hire Eula Abernathy has returned .
elf. ; home in Starke.
s;./1. In my When mind I, had 1 regarded thrashed things indls-out to her home In Daytona after npendin 1 i!I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLead of Melrose I church. It is expected that the | Higher; wages; for our employees; .
your several days here with relative. session will last about three weeks, <
ifs. Wetlons In their proper light and I Our r school Is i visited" relatives here, Friday and many important questions will Freight rates lower in proportion to the
knew' them for the mischievous prof.t1' : and Satprday. level of
general prices than be-
bo considered they were
Bishops :
Twenty-live new
i under them ana \'ement of Mr. Ralph Plownan. -
I Mrs. Edna and
pranks of an impulsive child. baby r fore the '
have been consecrated since the war;
'I. I Carmichael, and Miss! Allis Hague.
But spent Saturday! In Highland ,
you would never have broken '
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baxter of I last convention rend Missionary : : : ,
Don Fryer left Friday for his homein Earning; power that wiH attKact'new3Cap4
off with Anno If it had not been
1 i .. Bishops in fields- will be .
new appointed. .
Tro her father 't'"j'
City visiting
are ]
for Chattanooga, TennM after t tal for
that scandal your brother taB spending Every Diocese At Lome and I expansion I
.T. while.
Sapp. for a I
several! weeks. here with his
you"about"CUrtis, I'm I BO have weary replied.of men"And who oh, !But-! 1 brother-in-inw and sister, Mr. findMrs. abroad and laymen.will be represented by clergy: l 1!]! All share the benefits of this ;g b' ,, s

'Idolize a woman ns long as they : were J. L. Harrell I L operating efficiency. : II"

think she) has a spotless past and Sunday afternoon I Rev. R D. Bevis of Melrose. filled A TOINIOGrove's I i:. : '.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
then when it comes time for truths I Yarborough of hla regular appointment at the Law-
'' 'are too small of soul to understand." Rniford were the dinner grants( ofM.elr toy, Baptist church Sunday. I Tasteless chlU Tonic restores .. .. ,\
.. ,
', "But my darling; he Interrupted {daughter' Mrs, l\1ei\rfanI1rlo\ !>dy: Mr. And .Mrs. B. L. Cash and little l Energy and Vitality by Purifying! and I" 4'1' 'pZ : .. 'J
Sun p., Enriching, the, Bipod.Vieni\ ) )'qI1.( tool l : : 1 .
daughter ,fit
,ent1y what has spent Sunday at Jackson-
that to do with I I1'I I :
'Mt. Adkln's Wa
P. 'a visfor ,
ws ?" here villa. Beech ... .stteagtheninf. jnvjsoratlng effect see m'r
!\>Sunday aftnmoon. ': and it brings color to the- cheeks and h *: itSOUT'HtiRN ,
._ 'Eye .thrng. It was that same fear Mr. JamesPitta children, !left .
Mrs. Nannlo Britt of Jacksonvlle is. it improves' the will then: a3s ; :., :t
: of scandal that made you willing. o vlaiting f t Saturday for Cairo Ga., where; ; they appetite you .
r put out lovo nettle In the first place her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. will spend a week with relatives.\ appreciate ha true' tonic value. .'T ,'. (,
{and.. turn to Anne" W.. T- Tuner this-week. 1 Rev. J Vt Robinson of Grace, M. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonal la simply .. .. ,. e

:V: "ldut! I Asocial was given> to the home of E. Church was a- recent visitor oUmatllla. Iron and Quinine suspended la syrup.blood 1.j
Mina Limns Moody's, Saturday t pleasant even children like It. .
,' ""No let me finish, please be- c
cause nfcht.) Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boggs is one of' needs QUININE to Purify! It and IRON to
.,1 want can't to toll marry you.why.Curtlss Even If and I Alice Ruby Raulston 1... visiting relatives the night operators at the S. A L. Enrich it Destroys Malarial germs and : R.AIL.W'AY. SYSTEM: :
you '
Jt : in Jacksonville this week. depot I Grip germs by its Strengthening Invigorating .
'have to sacrifice my happiness it Effect eoc. >
would he better than making, the I FIVE .MILE Mr and Mrs. W. M. Bryan, visited In

heart of me ashamed by breaking his mother, near Lake City Sunday. -- _" ...: -- -=--...--.. --- -_-._ _- ..: f
'forth and Ideals. You nee If you l>eIleved Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Anderson of Prof. B. W. Hall who has been ,. n

1; in Love as I do, you wouU J Brooker were recent guests of Mr. principal of the Lawtey School resigned In tl
,' J and i Mrs. P. P. Dekle. .last week and left for his anty-ftve months pilots
rove loved TOO 'In !!'plteof- any mistakes : J"Week from Mitchel Field tw w
,k, I might have made; ml"tII1cpthn' .i Eld.r Mr. O. Touchstone, of, home In Athens, Ga., Sunday. Prof. Thi I 1,827,000 'miles, ''In 31,363 have flown!

,. after nil have horned to mould Mowfen Ca, held services at Beth- Earle' J. Smith of Trumbull, Texas, flights. separate

;, me Into what I am. Don't you' ea -II" (Church Saturday: and Sunday. has been appointed as principal. I Only THREE have
N. J. Parish and M'c. hale of the Trueman.Fertili been .klled, t
9 that peu would have loved me because family of Pine I although pilots have turned end rr.Cl
I am I and hard 'n hand with,i irill{ visited his eon Nomy: whose :son! Company,,, ;;of'' Jacksonville t less somersaults! and committed

VOMT love for me would have gone I condition, remains critical.! transacting business In town Mon- I taueh other foolishness in the air. Pnd John aiB
Mrs. Mattie Ranen and dove and Tuesday.The .
faith in my nltirrmto ability to i, ""n. W. H. Sixty years hence cautious old "
v Raven, of Pinetta, the weekend sad death of Sydney ladies .will ic
achieve the onnlitv that adore" spent Futch, refuse to.ride In. auto. A. right
+ I looked far out yon.the | here with her daughter, Miss occurred on Tuesday of (lest week, at mobile. or earth trains.. They will ehawln' Is' smart hand at

not' wishing? to meet across his waves,' Cath,trine who 'Is the efil.,tent prln- I the home! of his parents, Mr. and lilt'!!. say, "At my ag. they are too dan abe-e.- He my friend he Ben Lar of
absorbing sea: chawed
T : I! clpal cf Five 'Mile School. Daniel Futch. The deceased has been gerous. I only Ay, and at A safe cesaant in- be
rare for X( loved him so. and with. t.ThIa." befall of aijtty-
I .
I .
111 for several kV. di.
Than etitertaliH months.
hIlt eyes gating deep! into mine I' .were dnrlng their Tito entire By 'ArthurTRIASSIC Brwb three_ nicknamed him "To-
could not have had the strength to ntn7: at tho home of Mr. and. Mrs. I'r. .camm ,' oodles bereaved relatives. 'humoroUa" paragraph la ow-*n' they he
v tell him that I { say ewallers
our rates must lie I I published
p" api,", : I Mrs Mary Mott md !son! Cleveland ROCKS. A : halt the Juice, but I" hardly let
i I} of'tHlbdrt visited'relnllves T i SAMPSON CITY county editor, kaviac worked think'Its'so. /' / ;
"Ood knows. I've been a blundering j UJ'HERCALVIN_ BRTAN.SAFETT for thirty
I t SutrtHay i I "; and [ 'also yeara, retired with I iDpck a-lf Ben should
I ;
Sunday, attended maa
fool! he meld with "sadness in hl" Remember, [Sunday .School -.:here IN THE 'AIR.O lard capital.-. He explained M ? a lngle- ofha
servlres at Bethany : scruple more,
voice "but Sunda .. i
I don't 'want you to tb .,k I II .aitemoon. jktthwsBrihlrty, he'd flop hie '
rsi' ." s t I i I Mrs. 3. E. Proctor of Lake Butler wings an' soar
,, !OT WORRY. "I
"" that rye; ever douhtad mv love for ', every >ne Invited to attend. attribute biT ability to retire away' to some eternal ahore...... da
you once, sweetheart. The thing that,1 Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Dekle of Water1 1 If.- eF''''n.- H..M.-Thonww, of Pa- --_- with $30.000 to the fact that I And, while the sober thinker A i

drove me from you was jot lack .of i,' town, D. I. Blume and Dennis Argo'' lata! '!pent a few lane .here last( The Reverend Pr. Straton wants worked very hard and saved every may concede that Dock IB right, 34,

,faith but a "ltle-l) I1nd admiration>''WE're gnaete i Sunday: of Mr. and Mr.1! we fc on a fishing trip'and visiting the law against-teaching evolution- cent wha-l left and to the death "of, an uncle "'. wife declares he takes a coi

lfnl"1certnln! sort of conduct that I, P. P Pekle. I relatiwa. ,j : Introduced Into New York State. DM 499995. twist to bed with him at night! poi
,a' had been reared W. H. Andrews and friend Mr. | of \yildarwood Hla It's eufua how a habit forms
to xpe+'t In the 1 D.Jones came earnestness may puzzle thousand > tic
lu who became my wife But," he Irlrll Graham, of Lake Butler, called on i ho a last Tuesday and has been con- other Fundamentalists when ha Ten country editors an hitch 'onto men. -control.-: I
I I could
P. P. Dekle Sunday afternoon. I he testify that there is more sole and body, like: tobadt-
says can
t tlnued. "oncn away, I realized ho finnl i to his home here with fever. prove the evolutionist the
M truth
; JTr than humor eri :
Little in that done to
Julian Pekle who has .been are because anecdote. Ben..And still-
inriTiossJpIo )It I His friends will be pleased to hear "Triaasie rock
wa to ignore The cal-
;,. t rhoart'edeniro, !, too\: mv | In failing health for some time has he a improving and hope to see him antedates by millions of years the most useful, underpaid and we're bound to recognize thwheat ,
> saw that earnest
mviI ,gone: to visit! his brother In. Water- time of man's evolution. ? body of men li> the na among the tarcs->-you1lscarcely" 1
warped perspective had I I out again soon f : aa tion the
I been are editors
due tn |, town. ? scribed by Darwin. of country find a better man ,
the environment of my vonth. I'Came' |, It rs. C. A. Johns 'and little son, C, newspapers.The around here anywheres! beiCox
bark Sallle. .. Mr.' and Mrs.! Arthur Edwards ofj I If th1"world is only six thous- pathetic I
h reached over an,I I and fact is that they reckon that, the! most''oPes
took built I : years old, bow can there be would be highly with tin
my hands, to bear Nor-r1! rock millions of prosperous men faiHn'.of our own, ha..
for !rene..son 1m....". T -went r I' :i R- their desire to discredit years old? In' If business and advertisers realized better regalate- ourselves, afore pen
... : Darwin the truth that the we cast life
? Anne at once and told her of the country news- a atone
love good
mv Mr P. P. Fundamentalist should in
for Dekle, Saturday. paper proportion to its' circus COD
you and'Cl..a..d her from nu r Miss Raven not forget his own "facts-. and flgt. lation,.]!)
accompanied! by her yEAL ." TUE.BKST'ADVERm- C
engagement For have """
.under the married her.. | mother and. brother, motored to. Baker I INn MEDIUM:; ( .IN THE: COUN lF tha
circumstances !
; would ha / V TRY.
+: been Counlr. Saturday f risk friends i enf,
unfair. Deeply religious
Then he
continued often
"I men
hunted I M. M. Hale "and' 'P. P. Dekle. spent t mistake in make 9 and
science. An
and Mr
you followed Watson increase In
you to ; the '
price of
.the. Clanl'e,. to ask you to -be myi.wife Monday 'in Lake Butler with theCo'tinty I Davis mention twortYn, ancea. ber drives manufacturer to. plan rub- oft

bIn remember how would Boards.Mrj. Martin 'Xuther condemned-savage for smaller tire Some to i
you man of
Holder and children of Lake- {ly "an theoft
tnot listen dear?" I astrologer who strove to Intelligence will find a way to sub
food do
., "I couldn't let the potatoes burn Irnd are visiting her father, D. 1. your you show the that the world revolves<,< not stitutesteel springs' for rubber ,
,.1 replied looking down Blume and 'other relatives here/ l more food.n heavens or the firmament the and produce a tire batter than Mar
ing sand. at the gleaml Mr. and'Mrs.. Reran .Johns.'Fictient Note How 1* relieves sun and the moon.. This fool wiahes rubber: tire a ,

; "How big and fine Srnday with her mother, ,Mrs.Lilly that *tulfyf*-!inc to reverse" the entire!: science of L tr Mh T
and charitable astronomy. But today not Mr. and MS Sup
ft Call
J 1na. **hearty eating. Mrs. Howard Manee've been to those leo is ,
people1 at fool.
plant," 'he rcmlnjiicd. then I W .ILDowling was a visitor to s.--..... have nine children, gave a

', .the subject; again "Oh, I don't back blame to Stukel.lapt'week.. raada, .,=emoveead' Calvin; quoting! psal 'i party offspring.for those.One ch dren and. their 1::DO r1" MAKE: MY Niece.MAp'1 "

: you for not wanting to- bear knr- i Mr. and Mrs. Gran.ham have' I the panicle."'"eII. .,"iYiM .' onjw\ "the world -dJaoiaaeetid which 1hJ came to the party hundred" It'everybody and one It:)) 'CALL HER -A R Appl R., BUTn" J
t'lell"1slt .
;4 thing I have to say I. have acted ,. '> to } re-I De. cec' I' 'ttr.. that It. cannot. W. moved/I 'added, did 'as well.if'" the' jnilllons in Doe-rocAuME; HER fir .

", 11. the cad. I'm not discounting that." I Haven. tired nerves. : 'who will! Venture t. place jfte au China raised their: gigantic' fam EIGHT A.Ii. j ,
"You mean by telling Anne theeyop Mrs. t. 'Pekle spent Friday In Lake I 'ID" to '' thority., of Jo rnUv4:atpo!lthat Well, for instance, and if plagues ;
I Butler, where she \011 r jnS Hifly t. and floods 1
,' knew was a guest of spirit ? r" stopped ,
the killing
; story 'about her crab, clean and them
at ; --
Mr Tda'Dekle.Tommie( how
.- camp ," I full.olfed. 1i And UiaS'jwod' : John Lesley'' soon,, would, the earth be'over-- .1' I.
Amazement' gleamed In Thomas and family visitse .1 f tnoaxht thiW''' his :
e ".showed .
r.latlvet here -
"You Sundry I my a mndJieWard. -
dont think I'd -
'- .":. like that!" he excblmed./ doa thin, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Prawdy had as ':eKtj t K Those wer .three good, the thing NOT to Worry

.*: "That's gueets unday,; Mr. and Mrs. J. M.I| Protrttantar.. the y *< worried about. 1 i"The i-; ;; I. >
... what .he aajd. / !Molt Cleveland Mott Mrs. Mary i>t>nue-G.fHe! >r-a 'Hry.rr'jhow:: worr Lord' arranges It so that
: (To be CpntinuedJ! !! I ries* abiVu. Darwin.;" Hut the trees shall. not grow" Into'
(A; : ? t Mott-and M. D. TOll hlltolle.MI' I ca. fc religion. heavens.And, the
-... I ;: lake !iamilton-City to".ot Oct o- and Mrs. L. 8. Delis, of -LakePu1'e ag is ,,,' ,','.\tM"MJ, r l their.' **rrofry.> 5l"- )*> : arranged it He sot.that'.the hail ondoubtedly .

? : e. .ber-3, eon $50.000 bond issue,tll' eon"j -'' <*. attended! 'services at Bethany, .11II If' Ij ffylnj :r shall not.breed-mere earth '
( Tahaetpaif' if people than rI
.. atructing waterworks Sunday __1:' -: "' U-- the it can support.As the
System. .
. +} and ctnna ro pilpt uns, common/ seitM.. less older world grows' *
." **: : Mr. -Mrs. Ardell' Prawdv are TPUet 6 t.14d.1t ., 'ttangerrxj hav '' and its 'people know I
Lab Wales-Ridge1 Mwor-'Co* to vi..!itlng in LetfsbuYg, guests of Di t. ikw.LtanM.dna PA2O OTNTMtTTt talte ih'cet. .! \\."osbgarowded fewer children are JBORN more, eMtaa
l construct I to :l1 ., of 'hem .:rr .;, more. ,
new clubhouse and hotel and Mrs. Rhett Prawdy. am Itcktiu. : BlMdlns or Pnxrodlu t' LIVE.J
.i pa,.. IOMUUI* nllvw* Itehloi P11... mod yoo 1 ,.,/
.; new subdivision south of city Mr. Brown T. R. Dowdy and son, eu s.t fitful MVP Ski c Ant ppttcvUoo. sita.
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; FRIDAY OCTOBER t,. 1925. '' IUlADl'OaD' COUNTY TILE CI IfIfI'; >l'1"AitglKatisL02bA ,, ,',

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I ,i I East Coast railroad at Eau Gallic at'''Josephine SuI1IUtt,+ ti" .""tJ -- -

I't I 10 o'clock tonight according to re- Roper. They report a pleasant trip. 'i i iI j jV I: 'j
New of Florida in Short Paragraph I ports reaching here. I Rev. W. B. Hicks will fill hid regular FOOD. .

'! A third member of the crew was appointment at the Baptat '

reported as missing *t-ll:15 0' clock Church next Sunday, October the 11. ,.

[Hive State News l] I' tonight, and a search was being.conducted D. W. Moore of Thcressa, was ( 4p i'I'

of the wreckage. business visitor here th's week. I I I,

err .. .rW.r. Wr I According to reports reaching here G. H. Hinson, County Commlaalon-I! I,
the freight train had stopped for orders er, was a busines ,
Told by Our Exchanges I and being ready to proceed had this week. f:

railed in her flagman when the passenger T. J. Ferry and family have recently I ij
(train crashed Into the ca been business visitors to Graham. i3 r

MonUcello boose wherj a number of the crew L. Hall and son, Clifton, of South .
; -Bond issue of more than I I ber 12 will tako \
in! the first batch
I up '''Were sleeping. j: Florida, are the guests of Mr. hall's.father
million for roads carried. I II
of cases that of the '
Apalachicola '' Ii. H. Hall I
:J uincy-Easterners' to develop 1800 Land Development eo p/lny versus I WEST l'ALMBEACB. Fla_Thru';i W. P.. Hacks '
't' R. clever Burt Wilcox I i who u attending the ij
acres in Uadsdea Hodges: shell :fisa commission maneuvering;: Gainesville %
county. University
!f; er, and W. A. McRaa, former commissioner I manager of the Ninth Street Filling' week-end spent
< tClearwater Five dredges working of agriculture. Station, early this morning fought ,, with his parents, Mr. and
W. B. I
Attorneys for both sides have been off thugs who attempted to sandbag hicks of our city.
along harbor in million dollar cause I( "
way project; work begins on new ice notified: that briefs in the appeal will him and saved $300 which the thugs i|: bins Hugh Norton, who has been |

plant. I be accepted eliminating; oral erg zwent. were after. 1,, visiting friends and relatives here '
The thugs leaped to his car as he 'for several weeks has returned to her '
':Gainesville-Realtors buy 2,200 drove home. after closing the filling i|'I home in Clearwater. 'I i (( ,

ceres for reported>> sum of 1154,000; Tallahassee-The comptroller's of- station lie threw the sack containing Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Uagan attend- j

ftzatojs. seeking sites for two new fice will place one sub-officer in each tho money Into nearby bushes fought I ed the funeral of Mrs. Hagan's bro- ,

school buildings. county of the state this year to handle off the acsailants escaping with ae-''ther, Mr. Coleman who died at 1 1I

the automobile business for the next yere head bruises, and later went I j I Starke, last Sunday. ':

Quincy-L4'wn tae bpanish: Trail calendar period, it was announced by back and recovers! the money police, P. M. Geiger of Thcressa, was 1

in.a never ending stream come the Captain R. A Gray, assistant comp were told. transacting business here last Mon- PIRI
visitors to i'orid from all over tne troller. Thirty-one appointments to

United states. Last :Sunday: the local that office have already been made.The Blountstown coroner's jury was : day.Mr.. and Mrs. R. L. Birt, and daughter -
in scsiion here
Ciiamuer of Commureo today: li.vestisati.ig:
secretary business of the agents will be Misses
Evelyn and Keeth visited
requested. one of tine filling station directed towards receiving applica- tae death of a youcs white woman, Mrs Birt's '
proprietors. to keep i log of out of tions t,hose boy was fia:v ell from Stafford parents Mr. and Mrs. :'
or privileges to motor

operate crock : Goolsby, of Alachua County, last Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for
near 'ero. The who
town cars sm viced h his place of vehicles.! Heretofore, only little more woman: Sunday.Rev. .
-. than a dozen agents have been main. vns about 25 years o:! ge gave bar I
I'I'buainllllll. Hicks of Waldo
was visitor Headache Neuritis
Marlon Colds
I' tained. At: the last legislature; one for name as Stanley and her ad- here last Monday. Lumbago
C"eatvlew-1..eft in the care of their drone as Ciccinnc-1)!!, Oajo.: ,
each authorized
county was '
grandmctiier. while their parents were One of tor front teeth had been Miss Ruby Carrot, of Alabaman Pain Neuralgia Toothache Rheumatism .
: Agent for The California
vlsiUuit, i i. *>A. :Stark: tragedy tuuay knoclitd: cut, cauolngIfiC'.ru to fear' perfume
West Palm Beach-Answering a that she might have b..en slain and Co., was transacting business hero
man Jvuooru, eight was snot and instantly
killed by his brother Mitchell radio plea for help seven Cowboysof her b>Jy cast into ute creek. Ii'ivepel's last week.W. I I DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART I I IS

6 leas old while- tne latter the Sea, a local order, last night, :! 18. arrested on the suspicion P. Dirt and family, of Alachu.i
fought their way through the high County, were the guejts of Mrs. Brit's
was>.{pluyuiii with a breech loaOiiig tent: they might kn' w something;
waves to the tanker Donnell, five : sisters, Misses Mary and Ada Nimmo.
stout the
case, are in the
shotgun iiie entire charge tore tarn county jail.
the cneek ot tne victim. miles from the shore taking Dr. Barney I Mrs. D. W. :Swindle was the guest .;, Accept only "Dayer package;

d Clay to dress the wound of Wil- : Tallahassee-Giving an indicationof of Mrs. Lee Parker, of Campville :, V which contains proven directions.

sawn_ce-An i-i>;retEo ol 1-0:: mer Ale a seaman stabbed In a fight Florida's growth already this year lust Monday.J. llanily "n" '..r" boxes' of U tablets

per clint m vu.ue is ajo u-iu J:!Ori- with another member of the crew. I' are tabulations showing that during F. Mouser, Agent for the Gulf Also bottles of 21 and IOo-Druggilt..

day': iaeuuu. pi-oJactiou: for tuei The physician asked the captain of, the eight months from January t Refining Co. here, has purchasedof Aiplrln la. Un trade mack of Darer Uanuriotura ot Mour of Ballcrllcaold

y lvar i over that 3f J.1I2a. according tho tanker to put the wounded man I construction of 1,047 hotels, apart-, W.. G. Seals, of Jacksonville, two -
.. .... ashore this morning at Miami for large business houses on Main Street.
toli 'l)l1n .ltO:, aui.'j; fceolo" .al.'l restaurants was started in only two Ward business
treatment. One of the buildings is were attending to in ness In Starke, ono day lust weok.Mr. .
? : .t-liiz-i:' tau limeatouo produc.: >n of the state's five districts. occupied by
L. O. Jorr.s, who Gainesville Wednesday.Rev. and Mrs.\ O. (;i. Striiyliorno, of
va1\U1"'un '"..- Ji/,4oo'! according Tallahassee-Governor Martin an- I' The figures were re.eased by Jerry store, tho other is operates being repaired a grocery and J. II. was attending to business Waldo, spent Monday\ evening here.A .
to-DtAe IiIIIU.ul6ua II 4"I'v'Joa.: 001&1."UoI<1 W. Carter, state hotel commissioner In Starko
nounced that the radio Monday.
: broadcastingstation
repainted and will
be used for
w7 .: :' In 111L'J.;:: vhos duties incluja inspection of a reul
.tklra$1YdlfG.U authorized by thel egislature estate elf ice. Mr. Morgan of Starko, was a visitor winter cover crop will keep almost
each of the builJinjs while it Is in
,Tt"LLAHA"JE-Nothinlt:: :; definite for the University of Florida, would the of C. A. Dulinjr of Cocoa, has purchased here :Sunday.: any hilly Florida land from
course to insure
la:the way ox: an exact dute for the would not be established until funds th t the two story brick building on Deby Cone and family and Mr. Jim washing.lironksviltu.
'coming special 1 session of the ilormu: are made available for that purpose safety regulations are observed. : Main Street, of Mr. Ritch of Starko. Abbet of Tampa, were the guests of

legislature has been decided upon as "It's true the legislature :lathorlzod Pal.tka-Leo :Kofljr:, "'o employed The upper story is occupied by L. J. their mother Mrs Emity Abbot -New York Tampa
the broadcasting! station at the University Sunday. and Broukavllla syndicate, planningten
retAOovernor Martin announced today nt a salesman for the American Wynn as a telephone exchange of-
.The governor stated, however, of Florida" the governor Bakeries Cmpany of Jacksonville fee, and the lower story will be used Tom Dukes of Dukes, was attending million-dollar development project
said "but we haven't been able] to business here Wednesday. at Wcfkiowachlo Spring and
that bo would have an announcementto as yet was found dead in '11 for a real estate office.
make on the subject within the next to find money for that expenditure." the side of the road between!! this car city at R. W. Wardelle, of Lake Side, was Mr. Wall Crews and family ot Ga., along Weeklewachle River.
The board, the said has are visiting Uls sister Mrs. E. M.Hazcn. -
few governor ,
days.1TALLAUASSSE.Telegraphia business
and DeLor.U this transacting here this wccfc.
morning. ;, IDIDIIIIIW1IDmWW.QClI1I.wmwmw( ) )
i.,....., had the proposed radio station .
up It Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson Mr.
is believed deathvas t
due to
; ; a Mr. Crews lived here about two COFFINS &
: : advice several times but bus been forced to heart attack and Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh are business CASKETSAnd
as tho motor had -
that u tttop net of over 1.2UO defer notion because of lack of funds car visitors years ago and has ninny friends, who
been brought to a stop at the ride of to Jackonvilla this week. a Full Line ofUnJtrtakmn'
yard has been seized near lIra en- are glad to see them again.(
Tallahassee Hudson Burr the raid as though its iriver had felt'' Mr. Epperson Bradford County, Supplies
tonjand four arrests made, is an indication SherifPtand his bliss Lilla Mae Anderson spent .
the attack deputy, Wm. Balcden
of the State Railroad Commis coining on. -- -
that a vigorous war is being the week-end at Lulu with her
sion, just returned from a South Kofler, a bachelor, had lived in Jack- were transacting offlcia I business par- AUTOMOBILB HEARSB
waged against violators of tho salt ents.i .
Florida tour on official business sonville at 139 East Eighth:: Street'' here this week. i iC. Always on hand. The best service
watts ; fish laws :state Shell Fish I i I Aubry Moore of Starke was a visitor
until he was sent to Palatka .Bryant and family, who wore .
blames brokers abouta
Coinmiiisionor T.:' 11. Hodges announo- for tho freight congestion hero Friday evening. at the lowest price Special
.J today.KISS1MME. on railroads which resulted i in year aro.; The mina:?ement of the the guests of Mrs. Bryant's parents, attention to telegraph or-
the embarges placed by various system American Bakeries: Comp,ny in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Bedenbaugh, returned :'I Miss Free Wynn spent the weekend d..... Registered Embalner.

Fla.-Tha Kissimmee !i. The broken buy goods he said, : la cttomptl.ig to learn the to their home at Ft. Myers, in Jacksonville with relatives. --
address Kor.o ."'. last Monday. : Clyde Shaw of Plant City, I. the
of itives
Chambor of Commerce today boasted without a customer or re-sale and : re and ias
's\ ,membership of over 2.0OO at $-:) then use the tracks for storage pug sent communications: to Colorado, Miss Mary Nimmo was a business I guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. DeWITT C. JONES

eacuXA successful membership cum- poses until they re-noil.' Mr. Burr i s Texas and New York In an attempt ', visitor to Starke last Monday. C. N. Shaw. STARKE, FLA

palga'JWa8 closed with a victory dmoenl recovering from a sli.-rht:; attack of to find farm BROOKEK ITEMS Prof. C. F. Williams and Misses IoOIJIIDIDID

*t UitLhi, concluding a drive for ptomaine poisoning, which he suffered I Ruth Smith and Ardon Brown wero /"
150,000 for publicity and entertain- from eating fish while in the southern i H. P. Gain'ey, S. M. Mott, A. L. visitors at New River, Sunday.Mr. To Stop a Cou-h; ::!'ak; '.,

men Subacuytione amounted more part of the state. A. A. McDonald, who has been visiting -' Crosby and H| B. Crosby all spent and Mrs. E. B| Crosby, of U- take HAYES' HEALING HONEY a

than: ,..:.I per capita. The campaign Dade here for several weeks return. the week-end at Okeechobee and other kon, spent a few days horew Ith tough! medicine which stops' the cough! by
waaTCoaducted by Howurd Galvm of City-J. L. Smith, newspaperman ed to his work at Switzerland last points of Interest in Scuth Florida friends and relatives. healing( the InlluiuLil un.J uiU.iuJ. l1 8u..a.

the American City Bureau.j'alui here, was instantly killed near Monday. j Mrs. Smith of Gainesville is the A box of GROVK'S O-fTN-TRATE:
here when I
eacn-Tb-'Mizner today an auto in whichhe Mrs. Johns, is. visiting at Camp- Miss Lucile Farrell, of Bradford, guest of relatives here this week. 5ALVK for Client Coliln, Hand ColitiS and
DevtlopmentlCoryoration was rding plunged through the ville, this week the guest of Mrs. spent Sunday evening hero. I IRoswcll I Carle Ward, of Jacksonville, spent Croup l Is oncloiril with <.i< rJ (mottle of
: has in immediate railing of an overhead bridge crash, IIA YES' llEA.INGlONEY.! / lime .naive
of Wildwood here with mother
Lee Parker. Ward spent Sunday, his Mrrf.
cinteuiplutiuu a mail aid passenger ing eighteen feet into the pit below. ;, should tin rubtird,, on the client mid throat
The U. Sunday hart guest of his 1 T. P. Ward.
' W. M. of the First Baptist : mother of children suffering from ('I1"llIr"
oirpUoe Speeding at
service between Miami d forty miles hour
anBoca per Association of the Baptist W. M. U. Mrs. T. P. Ward. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and
The effect. of ItflvitiT H.
Iffilllni alinil Tloniy '
Raton and being unfamiliar 0.
wiiich be with
is to
started the
; as curving Tuesday, Oct. 6th. Those In attendance Miss Virgin! Colson of Pine Hill, little daughters, Juanita and Sarah Me the thriwt comblnm" wllll, thu tuai, nititfTnct. of
soon M equipment can be secured. approach to Tens bridge, 1s be I 6mvp'e' O l>nlram' Calve thruutfti lie, porva of
Ben&et former lieved to have resulted in were Mrs. A. A. Durden and spent Sunday evening here. Elisabeth, of Starke, spent h :*Mln, loan fltopii. ctxmhIhjth .
Moulter a memberof the acct daughter Miss Hilda Durden Mrs.W. W. II. Shaw was attending to business day here, guest of hot r.rn. I..arm pm-kml In uu. mrroa ami the
UWJfLafayette Esquadrille has dent. atilt of the combtiicij Iraiirim'nt U 3V(
B. Alexander and daughter. Miss In Jacksonville, Saturday.Mrs. R. T. Oateen.E. wednell.j
been(commissioned to make imrnediatejjreaeuich Just ask your druggist for IIAYGS'HEALING ;
looking forward to- Taripa-Governor John W. Martin, Wilma Pearl Mrs. C. E. Harper Mrs. T. P. Ward and son Orvll J. Lewis was attending IIUNKV;

thejsqcurmg of eight planes,-four with officials of Hillaborough county, .. -----.-- -.---:_._-
visited Fred Meyer in Us death cell -
for mail and :four for passenger serv-
in the county jail here this morning. .
Ic.. Meyer was sentenced to hang two WORLD SERIES! HOT Comes the Buccaneer and His Jolly Crew- By A B. CHAPIN

T a8 Ninety-four carloads years ago for the flaying of W. H. I Submarine Survivors! I ISurvivors f

of the)';1925 production of citrus fruit Lane, aged bachelor, of Seffner about

havflbeen shipped from Florida to 10 miles east of uere.

date According to Commissioner of An appeal was made of the state

Agriculture Mayo making: a total of pardon board for a commutation of

34,39rboxes.( The information the the sentence to life imprisonment on

commissioner: said, was based on re- representations that hi is i mentally

port1 received here from the Inspection deficient. Meyer's war record was also -
department. citd.TALLAHASEE. ATrCi.M

No:'notice has yet been received of -
FaA! charter
the i condemnation. of any fruit be- will be irsued Monday to the Florida OntM fa .CIIE Part 'ittANNea
cau. immaturity, Mr. Mayo said.FortlPierce Interruban
Rapid Transit Railway
-- i
Much Company, according to H. Clay Crawford .1 !ft
indignation isbeing'felt pAa! v
: : by the people of St. Lucie Secretary of stat<9. g1RA7a' s al "" 1111'' I ? 3 4
Countyfat the recent and -several Application for tb.j charter now on 7'A ,

time repeated escape from the state file sets forth that the business of

penitentiary of William E. Salter a tie incorporation will be the opera

life-terwer, who was sent up from tion of a railway between Tampa and 11 .rLe la

convkrUxJ attack on a white woman. St. Petersburg, thi-o;:h Odoraar! IIpAy!
Cubans of St. Lucie County feel with 62 mites of trac:::. >AiK MrnSf. fc/ ;r il.l4i' c.i MpOk'8 Ad s.auaaiel eINN.'N .

thattprbcn>> officials responsible for C. A. Wwcns, of New York! Is MELN9 : stew 1 1Y vr / a..L.Ra, wneeoLr eeM.npTV 1tLL

enforcement of the court's sentence president of the: corporation and Edmund

and tbe/ 'administration of the affairs C. Hanes, Brooklyn: focretnry.
of the-,prison are negligent in failing r.a' 150e sl..a le. pgeaa wet i '
to properly! (guard Salter and enforce Tallahassee, Hudson Burr Ftai. dUAeolWr.L vnx.a .mMinn tllttl U'/lfAle7oo0uaarD ASrraa r 'R 05 I y
chairman of the Florida Railroad v AN YNDINArV rAaTOOWGRTO eTA GO..D aenw OTMr. /,
the mandate of tIle .
court. A numberof .
Commission has returned from Jacksonville onr t
them'are complaning to Governor where he W- s
Ha conferred with -oo : Kl
representatives of the Florida East 1 ,

TaGssee-ThO-- ted States Coast railroad and the GeorgiaFlorida Pui a/aftl E CoOOrA NW. Mr L7ral9 WNlla NI'let
Saw Mill .Ale dNNIaa 11Ager AD (bOgfNAMM1AItY.. r
Supreme:,Court which Convenes! Octo- Assocl.tlon. concerning eATrwd AW
the lumber embargo.Mr. 7p J .,.

Burr stated he would Issue a J,77 rte s
\ J'T statement Monday covering the con- V ;IJ sIwDLWt4sponrei

S"UFFE ference. It is stated, lumber mills .
have been shipping carloads of lum-
11(1\; No with need to dlavaae do so ber to various points !n Florida with A10.7C 4 vR.o.laulw Arnn.Ato- ''fit6ea /

caused any by malaria. no provisions mad".f or unloading. In !: +lvAtR arts. t Otteverxaa
There's a remedy for other words the shipments are orig.Inally t :*<>
them all-uaed with consigned to the mills and then WnteW -
';- ,_ for 6O .,aan. reconsign to piece mill at destin 41NN8 gTAFA <

ations. This practice is tying up ears, m
t which should be m07iD ( l l
s / yjf .-, who crawled urouffhepra
Orlando-One is dead and on. perhaps i r .?latch, when Ul-fat! aubssorliM I

fatally Injured as the result cf L L.Y. 't \ -. I 1 Sil was gamma! and sunk
{ a collision of a southbound passenger } ,., off Rhode Ulanti. Top photo, O. ,.

,I train No. 85, and an extra south Re 'Ir6 p84ia OP 'ts'S'ViA4Tg MIT/6le/ty/ avrousn. I A G., Grist K110:-.Middle, hi. Lira; Bottom,

bound freight train on the Florida --
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I.I'I' FRIDAY. OCTOBER, 9, 1925.

.. FOU. u C' -
-- Tallahassee: -The comptroller oft.lice West Palm HeaCI1-Anlwenng a
f M 11111 t 1111111 II t ........ 1 1I hls: welcome and to hear him. will place one Bub-officer in each radio plea for help, seven Cowboysof

Observance Of Law county of the state this year to handle the Sea, a local order, last night
At the Union Temperance Meeting, the automobile business for the next fought their way through the high
8-t LI I Church Services I Congressman, Green will give us his calendar period, it was announced by waves to the tanker Donnell, five

idea of the duty of all to obey law. Captain R. A. Gray, assistant comp- miles from the shore, taking Dr. Bei-
All will be glad to hear him and to appointments to
I I troller. Thirty-one Clay to dress the wounds of Wil-
.iniinniininiiinn I know that we can count on him, when that office have already: been made. ney
METHODIST he !goes to Washington, to supportthe The business of the agents will\ be mer Ala: a seaman stabbed in a fight
Volstead law and the 18th. directed towards receiving applications with another member of the crew.
: Sunday school at 10:00 a..m. Morn- Amendment. Be sure and hear him. the "
I motor asked captain of
,(. I'llOllCH 2!) lllld KM Ing worship and sermon by the pastor We are all glad. that we have 'a Congressman vehicles.or privileges Heretofore, ,to only operate little more The the tanker;: to put the wounded man
y. ;. at 11:00: a. m. we can depend on to stand main-
\ I Epworth League :Sunday: eveningat ; by the interest of the people and the than a doiin. agents have been ashore this morning at Miami for

No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville duel 7:30 o'clock. Preaching service at Nation in the enforcement of law. I tained. At ..he WST legislature: one for treatment.

Y AR lUnGII'EHNANDEZMr. Starke 4:38 A. M. 7:45 p. m.Prayer Union Temperance MeetingAt each county was authorized.

W. E. Yarbroagh and Miss No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville duo meeting and choir practice the Baptist Church, Sunday evening '-- ---- --- -- -- ---

Lojioe Fei':isndez, ot Starke, Presbyter Starke 4:25: P. M. \Wednesday evening at 7:45. at 7:30: there will be a
!,in rmi.oo: Wayc.ofis: Ga., Weirondry :!- No. 104 St. Petersburg to Jacksonville Rev. C. F. SUrnes,pastor of North Temperance Meeting.
September Ot.i. Rev. J. L. :. due Starke 6-03: P. M. Walnut St. Methodist church. This -promises') to be the most Interesting +1+ +NG
i JItWeWn
Ponder, ofi'.clating.: No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville I I and Instructive Temperance 'e.w
due Starke 9:00: A. M. PRESBYTERIANI meeting that has been held in Starke M
MRS. BKOWLEE ENTERTAINED No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key I for a long time. G aI '
CIRCLE due Starke 5:11 P. M. I! services will be held Sun- The State Superintendent of the W
I I day. Sunday school at 10:00: a. m. Anti-Saloon League will be present
Mrs. II. L. Brownlee was the msslon-hostess "Starke &: Wannee Branch" | Preaching at 11:00: a. m., and 7:30: and address the meeting, giving an I I j ja
Monday afternoon to the No. 101 Leaves Starke 7:40 A. M. M
m. by the pastor. outline of the success of the Temperance -
ary circle of the Baptist church, and No. 102 Arrives Starkn 8:15: P. M. { p. Prayer meeting at 8:00 p. m., Wed. cause, Dr. Cooke is a fine speaker
Mrs. G. W. Alderman T. J. GRIFFIN nesday. October 4th la Rally Day In and he is full of information In f
i devotional part of the program. the 18th. Amendment.
session the the I Sunday school and church.ST. regard to
After the 4y
+ eighteen ladles present got busy with I [ A Pall FaahiOA I MARK'S BAPTIST CHURCH I
'L sewing of various kinds-some were SUNDAY, OCT. 11, 1925 Monroe Banker''
embroidering luncheon sets> others St. Mark's Episcopal church Sunday ,
making quilts or cutting: and making I services at 11:00: a. m. Sunday School 10:00: A. M. fcr
garments. A pair of embroidered pillow Annual Promotion Day in S. S. And Diplomat'y't
t cases were given Mrs. S. L. Peak BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Service 11:00: A. M.

as a token of appreciation for her\ 4 : Opening Sermon-Rev. Thomas
s three years work: as treasurer for the The Union Temperance Meetingwill Hansen. Besides fathering the famous doctrine
society. I be held at 7:30: at the Baptist Evening: Service '7:30: P. M. President James i
his name
Union Meeting of All Churches. that bears
assisted by her .
The hostess, Ch'irch. Ccnio. ,
Stith Mrs. dnUlth.\ CHURCH Monroe always preached conservation .
Brownlee, Martha and Mary Tie subject of the .nornlng sermon ENCE NOTES banking. His keenness made the Louisiana ,
yee, served a delicious fruit salad will\ be "What the Presbyterian possible.
with cheese, saltines, olives and iced II Church stands for." Last Sunday evening Dr. W. F. purchase
This church' will Join In the Union Dunkle, presiding elder of the Jacksonville i Every great man says that banking Is
tea.Next Monday afternoon, at 3:30: Temperance Meeting, at the night district, held a quarterly conference bulwark of this country.
o'clock, a business and program meet- I terv'-e.Lawtey. at the Starke Methodist/ the
: ing will be held at the home of Mrs I and Hampton are Coming chiirnh. Among the business transacted Every business man., every man every

: G. W. Alderman. \ Ar-argemens have been made for was the election of the following should have a bank account.
:9 I Tlampt s and Lnwtov to attend the church officers:
., U. D. C. ENTERTAINED Union Meeting at Baptist Church. Steward: S. Dowling, L. A. Davis Have you one? ,.
'- AT LAWTEY The.Law and Order League is to be O W. White, E. S. Matthews, F
: \ 1 extended to the entire county and so I and D. E. Knight' ''n II you haven't start with us today. :

''",;, The W. T. ,V-;; Chapter, U. D. x1 all the people of Bradford County are Stewards for Emmanuel church: L. t
C., met Wednesday afternoon at the,I tra h joining In the League work. A Tem-I L. Conner and L. M Norman
home of Mrs. J. T. Moore, in Lnwtey, perance meeting, League Rally, will District Steward:: L. A. Davis. .,1.
/ and were charmingly entertained by| be hell in the above towns noon. Recording Steward-: W. White.
the hoHti'KS.Mrs. 1 Charge Lay Leader: S. S. Dowling. Bank
r; Years Ago Bradford County
c" J. M. Brownlee presided over|I I Eighteen
# The Anti-Saloon League and Law Clearwater-Five dredges working
and Mrs. R. A. Weeks a '
the meeting
:'+ acted ns secretary. After hearing reports I and Order League was organized in along harbor in million dollar. causeway Bradford County' Financial Stronghold
and attending to the general j Starke 18 years airo.! Dr. Cooke will I project; work be :lns on new Ice STARKE, FLA.
." the chapter elected'' tell us what has been accomplishedIn plant. Established 1889 ,
business routine,
; I the temperance work, in the state, : ,1troc.ono..0
delegates to the general convention, I -- __u -
8 1 Nov. 17th., at Hot Springs, Arfl. Mrs 1 I during these Good 18 years.Music ,1)1I =0 -O=O):O' 'Or. o1-- locaoi .0=8'J
. I. A. Davis was elected delegate and '
The Baptist Choir, assisted by the I 0
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee 4 nesD!
The name of Mrs. C. A. Knight t I other choirs of the different I
and will furnish good music at The Union {I IO
for membership
was presented her credentials are accepted 1i.JI Temperance Meeting The Bapj j
as soon as e a tilt Choir will have charge of the |
she will he formally received. ** i I :
.; The hoptess, assisted by her sister-1, music. Hansen HAMPTON BEACH CASiNO
Rev. Mr.
served elnbo-{ \
{'' rate In-law salad, Mrs.course Mayo composed, of IIn chicken i I I Welcome the new Pastor of the 0 I o a
Church. At our Union Tern.
salad, pickles, Ictt'100 sandwiches, j I \ p 0
I sweet pickled peaches, preserved Sport dress; of PytcbleyI s..... perance Meeting Rev, Mr. Hansen g
cherries and iced tea. I Ins ia IndJanlit design as shewn will be Introduced to-1 the people and :
The Chapter will meet in November at the American Fabric. Fur and will be given a hearty welcome to I ,,
PO..i8hloo show. Starke. Be and to join In
i j sure come
with Mrs. O. L. Haynes I I

>, Those enjoying the afternoon were: i _. I .
I -- --
-- -
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. W. L. Wall.' u 0

Mrs.Miss J.Etta T. Moore Tison,, Mrs.Mrs. O.J L.M.Haynes Brown-, '!' Back Drapery for Graceful Costume D i DANCEEvery

w lee, !Mrs W. E. Davl, Mrs. W. J. Ep1 i i

person, Mrs. Charles Dinklns, Mrs. R'I
; A. Weeks, Miss( Amelia Ray and

Mayo. [ ersJc Tuesday Thursday and Saturday

I .

[,! from 8 12 P. M. In the finest
h Tho Woman's Club of Starke will I Nights to
hold their first meting of the fait '

l .'t" season o'clock, next at the Wednesday club house afternoon Mrs. R.,F.3'''I' I II I Dance Casino in Central Florida.

Clark, chairman of the school com- 'i;,
mittee, will have charge of the pro. '
gram. I q 0D
At 4:30: there will be a reception I I
for the teachers of the town. Host-1 I I. FEMusic p
esses: Me dames A. Z. Adkins, chairman I ON LAKE LITTLE

J. M. Alvarez, jW.. Anderson, ''i
T. J. Alderman, J. 'V.ndrewlI, Jr.,
," E. L. Biggs, Edward Burns. R. F. A
Clark and Miss Aileen Alvarez }

? [j
a The Executive Board of the Wom II
tr. an's Club were entertained Thursj I
; day afternoon at four o'clock, by
I- Sirs. J. II. Bitch at her attractive y JOHNNIE KILE II

a home on Temple Avenue. Plans were
made for club work for the coming
winter and at the close of the afternoon 4 0o
r the hostess served a salad 0

+ cource. : 0
i The Executive Boar I for the curb .
And His
is as follows: r I

President Mrs. J. H. Ritch ,
Vii'e-Pi-esKlont: and C\rlrman, Mrs.L. i. \
A. DavieSecretary
Mrs. R. M. Johns. :1. \ DANCE ORCHESTRA a

1. ; Treasurer Department, Miaa Mab'e Chairmen Weller NOVELTY

Education, Mrs T. J. AldermanLegislation

_I Music, Mrs., D.Mrs.E. J.Knight L. Peek A REAL Dance Orchestra t tD ;

Health, Mrs. E. L. BiggsStanding
committee chairmen as I 0 )>
follows: FOR CASCADE EFFECT I left shoulder in the back Is shaped as I
Finance, Mrs. R. A. Weeks I have shown> here In the diagram -ono
School, Mrs. R. F. Clark 1 I Fashion Is a pendulum swinging sketch. The drapery ti cnt six inches gao-oao.oao anaaot= oQOC oao
Press, Mrs. Herbert C. Ritch from the extreme in elaboration to longer than the dress from shoulder -

1 ., Membership, Mrs. J. C. Hoover I the utmost in simplicity. The to hem. It Is twenty-five inches wide -. ----- ------ -- - -- --
Librarian, Miss Aileen Alvares I present trend is toward elaboration. at the top and Is gradually sloped to -- --- IIIII!

{ Program, Mrs. J. M. Alvsres Many of the newer Parisian frocks I the lower edge. At a point half>way
House, Mrs. John Uglow such as the one I have sketched, here between the upper and lower edges
have that subtle note it their lines It should be about twenty inches
TRAIN SCHEDULE that shows> a definite movement away wide as indicated in the diagram. LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith
from the straight sack-like> costumes if
When the edges this piece are
Schedule changes 12.01 a. m. Sun- that have been so mach in vogue finished it is pinned and then sewn
day, October 4, 1925 and trains will I for the last few years. loosely to the costume from the
run as follows This lovely dress \is of silk crepe! shoulder to the hipline as Indicatedin
No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa due. in a deep violet tone and depends entirely the draping ihart.
Starke 12:30 A. M. I Its own graceful lines COMPANYSTARKE
The girdle! is a band of self material PEEK
No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa due for decoration. Complicated as its
eat about fifteen inches wide and
Starke 11:02 A. M. | construction may seem at first glance
slightly the bias that It will fall
No. 7 Jacksonville to St. Peters-. it is, !in fact extremely simple.I > ,
In soft folds. It Is the
The of the costume 1s cut bya draped high on
burg due Starke 2:16 P. M. I body
left hip where It fastens under the .. ..
No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm- straight sleeveless> pattern. The ,. .: :: : ".:_ '.-: -- ':. \ill :- ::: :. '.
n Beach due Starke 10:15 A. M. cascade drapery that fa-la from lh/ cascade



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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 9, 192S. .-- -

laliiud. N. T.-Mis.* Jane IPbenU. Saxor.-Tract in Sec. 20722. |
IM I Call Street. Mr. Tometlin is manager (llstwa Renew Your Health
of the Hart Furniture Co. The writes -1- am from the U. S. Government to Jack McDan-I
of Stcrke! pleased to wel- Went for many years I siinVrtnl lei-160 acres in Sec. 12.8.22.Rosa I
people are auto-lntox-
from W
Guardian to j PurificationAny
I Z. as by
family.M. dm-. to
come this good tcatloa I
Bits oi LoclliInrln'ltioll torpid liver and I IconMttrn B. Hicks-1-10 undivided interest in

I lion, my 150 1-2 acres In Sec. 31-7-22. i I physician wilt tell you that
C. Stith has recently come hero | t
I V. M. Drew i
wan no E. C. Wynn and wife to '
from Jacksonville and opened a real I tli system 'I; effect Purification of the System
I r
body pglwn.d\ -Tract in Sees. 1729722. foundation of
estate office on East Call Street, in I| that my facewas Florence L.Chastaw and husband I fo Nature's"
the b lilding! : occupied! by Null's Oe- swollen to Estelle M. Shcphard \ Perfect Health. Why not rid
: Concerning Our People, Business and Stith natural I to L. R. and ailments that
partment store. Mr. and Mrs. I r twice it* 19721. I yourself of chronic
I Progr of the County and Town. are comfortably located at the home j tk .... I wan tired.coutiniiotiKly I 20 acres in Sec. wife to Starke\ De-l I are undermining your vitality
L. Peek and
, o;* Mr. mid Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. J. Purify entire system by taking -
II ,(!. weak sod de- I velopment Co.1700 acres In Sees your
. I .reased. had no aptieUta. 1 readpour -2-3-4-9-12-6-22.. ; a thorough: course of Calotata,
"" .. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn Tutt'a Aver PW adrtlseineutami I J. U Peek 1700! once or twice week for several
WEATIIER REPORT week-end of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sis- motored here Saturday from Orange tried tbem. After H few done 1hep0 I M. E. Edwards .t'l'ks-ancl see how Nature re-
I trunk.! returned to his busi to ImproT Tutfs Fills harekept ncres in Sees.
City. -\vilh health.
tree from a return ef toe G. G. Green and wife to M. L. uimln you
but are
for week ending afternoon I
Weather Report Sunday
neB here waDd I fart Uk* a new perar i, Crews--20 acres in Sec. 30-15-21. Culotatm are the greatest: ot all.
October 7, 1925. : Sale Prices at Stump's arc Flynn will spend several weeks Am! never wttkow toss."- Al R,I' 'Rtom purifiers. Get family
Oct. 1 860 71 .00 I much cheaper than you can with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. PaulE. .It Arasatata I| R M. Mersey and wife to Chas. ) directions !
I ; containing full -
Sec 2.8.22.DEATH package /
70 .00 get anywhere. Canova, Sr. Gelsler-75( acres in
2 288
Oct. REALTY TRANSFERS J price 35 ct"*. j trial package,

Oct.Oct. 4 3 89 89 71 72 .00.J5':I Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter,I Special Sale prices on all Dry OF E. M. COLEMANE. 10 cts. At any drug store. (Adv.)

Oct. (5 91 74 .00'' Miss Mable, of Gainesville, are spend- Goods at Stump's. Rebecca Whitbd as Guardian to I I

Oct. 6 89 68 ,110 ing the week with Mrs. A. Z. Ad-1 I T. H. Hill and W. E. Torode-Lots 7- I M. Coleman, a citizen of Bradford -
.00 kins. IMrs. blk. 2 Lawtey. i I county for many years, died at srd F .R. Coleman, Starke.'
Oct!. 7 91 61 G.: .;.., ill in Savanah visiting her cou- 8
Total Rainfall for week .15 Inche I G. Jr., is in Savanah visitng her cou- R. A| Green as Special Master to his homo near Starke, Sunday, Oct. He was among; the older resident
), J. E. Futch and nernew, Ilugh: | sin, Mrs. R. A. Gahagan. Before ro- Bradford County Bank- 10 4th., after a short illness and wa of the ci unty, honest and loyal to his
I I DeLand spent thj acres\\ laid to rest in the family burial fellow man, and liked and respected
Mrs. M. Leviton is in Valdosta Ga.,'' Brownies, Jr., of I: turnng home Mrs. Powell will also 25522.
relatives. week end with Mr. and Mrs. II. L. : visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fripp, '-J.: 'M. Truly and W. E. Davis to L. ground at Kingsley lako Mondty, hy all who knew him. lie had been a
visiting i
Brownlee. in Trrboro, S. C. A. Davis, Jr.-Tract In sees. 29-0-22.1 I Rev. J. II. Kelly, of Brooker, conducting faithful member of tho Primitive
1 MM-M-BM ( I W. M. Holloway and Wife to R. A.I''| the services. Baptist church for many years and

Miss Marguerite Shriver spent Legal blanks for sale at the Tale- Gruen-Tract in Sees. 82-6-20( ] I T::. M. Coleman was horn March 11, I will bo missed by his many friends

Wednesday In Jacksonville. :, graph office.Mrs. I, Dr. C. W. Cook, of Jacksonville, J. A. Douglas and Wife to JI| P.I I) 1803 in Georgia, and lived to reach throughout the county.
morning at
will Sunday
I preach elov-\\ and D. J. O Green-120 acres 4720.1O. tho age of 6R. On June R, 1802, he |I
Mrs. E. L. Biggs: spent Tuesday in' M. Luckwood, who has been en o'clock at the Methodist ,I W. Melvin to d. B. and D. J. 0'1 I, was married to !Miss Letel! VamesI Tarpon Springs-This place to
In Jacksonville visiting friends. her father, Dr. II. A. Tucker I and in the evening there will he a have new $128,000 high school.Large .
visiting the Green-120 acres 4720. i 1 I: and to this union nine children were
union meeting at I'I j jI -
| left Wednesday for her home in I temperance church, at which time Dr. i )K. B. Anderson nnd Wife to R. A.Grcon :\, born, via: Mrs. J. J. Cuin, Louise; I $00,000 bond Issue approv.

r. 7 Day Bargain Sale at Stern- Cienfuegoa, Cuba. 'I| Cook Baptist will make an address. -Ticct In Sec. 32621. I II' I Mrs.' J. E. Keene, Lake City; MrJ ed,-for city improvements.
berg's. O. S. Short and wife to J. L. Hut J D. M. Moore', Starke; Mrs W. A. i iI
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. French and I I' chison-Tract in See.' 0-8-22. I Fowler, Blackdhear! Gn 'Misses; Le'ona FI'.tpl'Oof-Dfl'trflot votes 20 to 1,

Mrs. E. L. I igjrs spent Tuesday in' Mist Smith, of Syracuse, N. Y., I MI'''. G. C. Bates and two children. i I Martha A. Balsdcn, rtnl., to E. L. j' and Grade Colemrn, E. N., N. C. I for $300,000 better roads bomln.
of Dr. A. E. Dunham, arrived here Saturday from Springfield
1 were guests I .
t Jacksonville with relatives. ; Bil'lts-20 ncros 7722.
,'' Monday Mr. and Mrs. French were I Mo., and are guests of Mrs. I Uuu" -----
wIre w.
H, M. Tillis and to mary
Lakeland. Bates' sister. Mrs. O. W. White. Mr. I --
enroute to
Dr. G. W. Brown, of Lawtey, was I I Bates the week end here and Wainwright 1-2 acres 20521.( ,
spent i 1' Lumber Co., to G, G. Green '
here Saturday aft.:noon visiting I Tho Starke Ministerial Association left Monday morning to drive to' GET YOUR
" sister, Mrs. M. E. Edwa-ds. A. M he is in -40 ncres 10021. |
10:30 where employed
will meet next Monday : Hollywood, 1 ,
Mary A. Davis to E. L. Biggs-
Methodist Church. Rev. A. E. the real estate business. &. RITCH
at the i Jefferson '
Adkins of Gainesville, I lot in Stnrke on Templo and 1
Mrs. J. C. .
discussion.I LEADING
< Dunham will open the I KKI'KKSENT: TUB BEST
i was here Sunday Adkins. with her sister, I i A store full of new goods. Get J.Sts.F. Onskins and wife! to Bunk oft I INSl'KANrE! ( COMPANIES, FIRE,

Mrs. A. Z. I Bryant Hodges and little''I Sale prices at Stump I Starke-40 acres '8-5-22. "! ACCIDENT LIFE. AUTOMOHILE.HONPS. ,

daughter, Majorie Evelyn, of Ja .It- ,
S. and wife to ,
R. Humphrey
Big Bargain Sale now on at sonville, are guests of !Mrs. Hodges' I Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston, |j C. Simmons-S 2-3 lot 4, blk. 32 in I
Stump's. mother, Mrs. A. P. Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McMaaters' end I MADE PROMPTLY
t .. Stnrke in L. T. & Co'ft.O. .
children, oi Tampa, spent me weekend wife to W. C. Il
Sweat and
( C.
$- Mr. and Mrs. Allan Kinchloe and '' From an exchange we note that> here with Miss Kate Llvlnlfstonlwho 29-0-22
Harold, Saturday in Lee*- Miss Iris returned home after 1 SWl'at--l 1-2 acres in sec. ; mmmmwmega01a19ClmtnooBmmmmmmmtmml1mltlammmmmwmmmmmm0! :
son, spent one of our Starke girls, I has just in Sec. 7-7-2220 acres in 'l>U1kROmmmmt'a)
burg. I Epperson, at the Florida State Col-1! spe'1\\ling several weeks in Tampa. I I 160 Sec. acres 33-0-22. ; ;"i ,,-

loro for Women, has been ) ig [ I
W. f. H
wifo to
The W. C. T. U. will meet next aiecial music for the freshman choir. !)> Mrs. C. F. Sayles came Sunday! G. C. Sweat and 33-0-22 3.8 j jp'rPII Wood Wanted

?. Tuesday afternoon, at 3:30, at the evening and is the guest of her par-I Sweat in-40 Sec.( acres 33-0-22 in Sec.2.3 acres in;Sec. 'I II!!
club hoie.Marcus Mr..nd Mrs. W. G. Powell, of ,; ants, Col. and Mrs C. L. Peek. Dr.;: ''J:,
I Jacksonville, were guests Sunday of i and Mrs. Sayles have recently returned I 33022. I
wife to W. J
F. Brown, of Tampa, spent' Mrs. Powell's brother, J. W. Andrews ;, from delightful trip abroad,( G. C. Sweat and Cord
,i a 'I Sweat' -20 acres in Scc.31-ft-22; lots Beginning/ / September 1st., we will pay $5.75:>> :>> per
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. E. Sr. and aro making a short visit In !!
S. Matthews. I I I Starke before returning to their 2-4-0, W. 1-2 lots 1-3-5, blk. 28 in F. O. II. Jacksonville for first class four foot lightwood -

G.I Miss Helen' Caldwell, of Atlanta, is'' home in Miami. Starke.T. A. Morneau and wifo to G. :M. I I'II suitable for retort purpose, and four foot oak

Mrs Oscar Olvarez and son, J. now teaching the eighth grade in tho I I Inman-40 acres in Sec 80-4-22. I II wood, $5.00 per cord I'.. O. 11. Jacksonville.
of Jacksonville, spent Sunday with I' B. H. S. Miss Caldwell is stopping at ;, From the Times-Union we note and wife to G. W.I i

her mother, Mrs. Lalla Chace.A I IL Ii i the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- I the following concerning a former. I Snelgrove" Jessie Walters-20 acres in Sec. 14-0-22'1, We purchase wmxl twelve month In the year and always endeavor I

I dleton. I Stark lady__: _Mrs._. A. Hercules Mr.and Sallie A. Saxon, Adm to A'I to give full measurements and make return promptly.
son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J'I, Mrs. H. L. :Simpson are expected ,
'+ W. Andrews, Jr., on the first day cf Mrs. L. A. Davis, Sr., of Fernan-I I home next week after spending(\! I When making. shipments mail UN copy of your hill of ,lading.

October. dines, came Wednesday to the summer in Chatauyua, N. Y i i I,
son And daughter-in-law, Mr. and I They are driving through: and will j' :

Legal blanks for sal at the Tel.-I, Mm. L. A. Davis, Jr., on West Madison top over in Hazlehurst, Ga., en- 'j rENTAWORnil Florida Wood Products Co. I

graph office. I I i Street. route to attend the Raymond-Richey

II I I revival. I
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard, of 1, Ladies bring your list of Dry JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

Palataka,,: were here Wednecday vls-I Goods you need for fall to i, DeLand is to build a new Metho- --h hFOR e

Itlrg his mother, Mrs. Emma Richard. Stump's and save a lot of money. dist church costing $100,000 and we t'lmlllJll lunuwlm"'nlIHIIvmJmllIlDD lllflllfl1lllClIlDlllmmmmmmmmmmmmmlllmmlDJ1mUDmmli!
I note the name of W. A. Scott, chairman RENT: Furnished house, iJ ,. "'.

36-in. Sheeting lOc a yard at | The Ladies Auxiliary of the Pres-I of tl.e building committee, whl -his rooms and bath. J. W. Morgan. i 1

Sternberg's.Miss :byterlan church will have a cooked i i a high honor conferred by the congregation IO9-21.( We charge
':, food sale at Hulls Store, Saturday'' on this former Starke '> r can your
Marie Lohman, of Jackson- '' afternoon October 2 th., at 3:00.: Mr. Scott frequently visits here Oy.\\ FOR SALE-60,000 strawberry I! YES 8

ville, left Tuesday after pending several :!11' o'clock. the home of his parents. Mr. plants, G. C. Sweat, Starke\ Kla. u-I I ) Battery In I
days with Mrs. E. L. Biggs. I Every thing good to eat on sale. Mrs. F. A. Scott. I Storage
i i _________ _____ \ cottae,1(
FOR RENT: Four room
Mrs. Laura Powell returned Sunday -I A chance on the doll with J. D. Stansell, who has been conducting sleeping porch, bath and garage. I

from North Carolina where eho every $1.00 purchase at Stern. a mercantile establishmentin I Mrs. J. T. Quigley. It pd. StFaf
'r spent the past summer with relative I I berg 8. I the northern part of town for tho \ Smith's Garage ,

who past several years, has given up bus- FOR SALE Genuine Missionary
W. L. Edwards,
E. K. Perfryman, of Daytona Mr. and Mrs ines and will take up farming. Mr. Strawberry' plants from Salisbury,
of her Mr. I I
Be--1!, spent; several days here this havo been guooto parents Stansell owns of the fine farms in Maryland. Leave your order early. .
William Struth, Sr, left
week with his family. j I' and Mrs. Union crunty, near Lulu, and he and Ed L. Browne Rt A,Starke 7-24-tf
for their home In
I Sunday afternoon
': his family left Friday for their new
Bill Doll given away next Jacksonville.Mrs. home. FOR SALE-A nice young thoroughbred I I IA

week at Sternberg's. I Shetland pony. Well broken, I!
." William Struth, Sr., went to Save money by going to I and gentle, to ride and buggy.. Just_ I .
t Mrs. C. II. Sistrunk, of Jackson- Jacksonville! Sunday evnnlng to spenda i I Stump's Sale now on. the thing to devolop the boys. u N. D. I

ville, spent' the week-end in Starke> few days with her son and dault'hI Wainwright, Starke, Fla. 9-2Stf.
with Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk. I ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Among the number of Starke people !
1 stn:: FOR RENT-Store in northern part
Mrs. J. F. Kickliter. Sr., Mrs. C.1 i ;nist;; Friday morning. i tween Mercer and the University of Starke. See Mrs. J. C. Wills. 9-

A. Knight and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter| I Florida last Saturday were: b.a.\\ 25-at.
Jr., agent Wednesday in I Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Fields end son, Aileen Alvarez, Mrs Herbert
I Jscklonvil1e'l) Charles, came from New York and Ritch, Mrs D. R. Ames Misses Flor- I FOR SALE-Best Rustproof and Fu'-

Mrs. Arnio Brown Barrett topped here Sunday night enrou e to i i enre Matthews, Mary Canova, Madge i gum Seed Oats, and Rye Seed. Also -

ter, Stella of Jacksonville, spent the : their new home In Plant City. While ) and Hazel MJddleton, Virginia Weeks, )I!, complete line of trucking and ski 41iJ

, week end with Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. I' in town they were guests of Mr. Earl Middleton, Joseph Malpas, Hi-! garden seeds Seminole Seed

:l;, and Mr. Charley, J. Powell. Hard Malpas, Wilbur Marshburn, 14 years in the seed cO"\,\
G. W. Tomorhn and son, Troy, returned -v M MMM H M I!, Owen Griffin. Gainesville, Fla. -
'I"' Monday from a busines trip to', Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, Jr .

Waycross, Ga. I were among the number of Starke,'> To Mr. and Mr. E. K. Perryman NURSERY STOCK
'. I I.I' people who went to Gainesville Sat a son was born last Friday morning CONCORD GRAPE VINES: Orders
be- taken now for January delivery, Little Capital .
Mr. and Foster Eddy and baby, of I urday to attend the ball game I ,- _
.'r Alachua, spent Sunday in Starke, at'! tween Mercer and the University of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Qulgley return- stock from this vineyard under our ...., .

the home of J. W. Andrews, Sr. i Iyt Florida.Mr. last Friday morning from a trip constant supervision at all times. '. .,
I"d New York Good heavy vines, pure ConcQ..1strain.
City, Washington, Boa- "M..rtr
Lawrence Adams, of Jacksonville,' and Mrs. O. L. Beasley went top Hartford, Conn., and Springfield Best table grape; grown instate -'

'; was the guest of friends and relative. to Tampa Saturday evening to visit | Mass., where they attended the I and a spleilM! shipper, $15 There is many an opportunity for a young butineaa/;

here for a short while Sunday. j, her parents, Mr. and Mr. A. C. Dur- Eastern States Exposition. Whi:, per 100. Address all orders to A. J. to buy interest in a good paying business.-- It-.

,, den, Mr. Beasley returned home Monday away they visited Mr. Qulrel.,'. I Swarty, Lawtey, or :cave at this man an .. r-,.
Special at Manning's few boys ): morning, but !ol:... Beasley U mother, also his brothers and Bisters. office. 10- 9 3t-pd. require but "a little capital. .. t.' rAre JI L

and children's shoes to be closed out spending;: the week in Tampa. A busines meeting of the mission '
$1.00 pair Come early and get your I ary society of the Methodist churcn I you the man with "a little capital",. 4

pick. Go to the Big Sale now on atStump's. 1 was held__ Monday afternoon with N. C. or Florida Runner 8*..4 Pa.- j ;; i 'i'j
Mrs. A. Wood prealdinll.EAT auta tl.OO per bushel (Four eeaU An interett-bearing account here placeV. ;: I
a Needham Perrymnn, of : ..,; ,
Tampa\\ per pound) f. kv. Low.ll,17. the capitalist. '. :-ate. i s4. 4
f! was a guest Friday of his Mrs. Lila Griffin accompanied by' H. T. HALL COM PANT.l ., ".. ,
I* A. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville I ,
l TI. ,
-tf. weU.
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are spending the week in'I ... ,
blanks for sal. at the Telegraph \ Sarasota and other places !inae J-.C.MA ("-.r."j :to
:>. ; Legal Tampa AT THE ..,. ,.... .: : of
office. juthern part of the state.

" I START ONE::rPRAr'T'I; t. ,' .'. :'.) :
I Mrs. S. E. Brownlee has returned Mrs. J. J. Bullen and daughter, -I

home after spending several weeks In June Mr. and Mr. Phillip J. Craw American Lunch b a ._riptl_ ... 11 ... '. i .
, Palatka with her daughter, Mrs. A.I I here returned from Pen.1c7lvanla and .. .1.-i
: V. Long. I II are occupying L. C. Powell's cottage Malaria china and FvrerDengn : :

next to J. C. Hoover's residence. I STARKE FLORIDAS. or Billon FererII :

I Bargains galore at Stern-. km Ik* i.- :
berg's. Contract for deed, chattel mortgage Courtney BANK: OF

blank., option contract, war- Habitual Conatlpattoa Cured .. .
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Mrs. J. M. Mitchell entertained the. ranty deed, retain tit). notes turpentine I la 14 to It Days .t .tu bata

Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian i' tea.... eta, for sale at the "LAX-FOS WITH r-t: 'SIN" Is specially-. ..:--U. 'JY81.91.Ipl.l Stnto... dr vdrr ; ;. '
church Monday evening at her home ,, Telegraph oflce. I Ii ,, prepared Syrup Tonle-L ullve for 1 f:iblf t<.1'.1ConatlpaIWn. n'rwv t' .()tnt:! ', .u h! t'I.,! tJe.sWgj741t.4 .
It relieves promptly andshould SAVINCJS
Madison Street. j i ERR CENT'ON
I on West I II G. M. Tomerlin and family, who' T. Cur. a Coed .. 4- easy be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day. I <
I : Uk LAXATIVE MONO QUOtHO! (TaMMOnapiIlM s to induce: regular action ii Stimulate and ;;::R-drssW .ia1 .J.' tea' ear's AM 01-Mtrrerr!
Mrs. I. D. McCormick: and son of have moved here from Wayerosse Camth mat. ttttmek, M* wnkicarto Regulate Very Ptoaaanl to Take. BibDee I .t.1 "- ,
Jacksonville, were guests deer the : Ga., are occupying a house on West,I Old. 4 W OROVE MuutOT,.M sea km. Mr bottIe. -



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"- CATARRIJAL DEAFNESS? nut, potato, garden poultry, and boo No. 102 Arrives Starke 8:15: P. M.)
Mosley's escape 1 la regarded mi
caused ..flamed1 WnolUpn r eltjtts.! : fi-1a1"wlU.' bill (.Iinea for'
le often bp' _ii : i; up T. J. GRIFFIN
1 of the tnucuu...'11"", f tho Cuat&cltltn; : I',Work' : i in canning' home' improvement raculous. He was In the cab with the
: Tuba. When fhtu tube! I Ie InOttniBd. foa ) engineer when the cave-in occurred
FARMERS and FARTIINGI have, a rumbling t n<1 c- 1" perfect cbakhig"Kaekettq\ ;sewing and millin- BELIEVE SEVEN ARE KILLED I and it was said that he crawled out
hearlnir.b* reduced Unlee your tAe h. irlnj InlUunmatlcm: may be can destroyed I ery, garden, poultry, and similar IN CAVE-IN IN TUNNEL by getting beneath the flatcars bur
clubs and even in calf and club .
__ ., ._ .. _". _.I ,......-,-.. .. 1 HALL'S forever r'ATAR Th MFDIC1NB will if they desire.Boys' Crew of Negro -Workmen Were Re-en-' ied In the earth. He said be had
: i do what we claim for It-rid your system not seen Mason since the slide began.
pIiiMFR' AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE' of Catarrh or D'jfnenn caused by I club work is under the direct forcing Walls of Railway Railway rescue crews were assisted -

KSSSi AND' METHODS FOUNDTOUELKSTSUHEDTOOURCOUNTY. Catarrh. UALJ.8Ci\TARRHMElCINI) supervision of the county agent/ in Tube j in their work
EXPERIENCES I I by squads of
!: 010' FARM has been euccrniiftil In the treatment of '' counties having and he is
Catarrh for over Forty Tear. ; agents, assisted I city policemen and firemen. Throngs
Bold by all:: drugvlotaV. by R. W. Blacklock, stateboys' Richmond, Va.-Engineer Tom Ma- of off
spectator wore kept by the
I J. Cheney Co., Toledo, O. I club Gainesville. There I
son Is believed to have been killed, emergency lines, which police threw
,. I I I is no county agent: in Bradford County and s'x' negro workmen are missing. about the scene and stood in the

,. COOPERATE IN BUYING UOMfc UEMOvautATAON. 1926 IS LIKELY TO BE I and boys desiring to enroll in club ) as the result of the cave in of the ': drenching rain and watched the labors. .
FARM MACHINERY AND EXCEPTIONAL YEAR FOR : work ahculd write to R. W. Black- Chesepeake and Ohio railroad tun- .
AliE"1 ittt'URty: I
BETTER EQUIPMENT FLORIDA SPUDS RAISERS lock at Gainesville. ) nel at Churchill, here this
e ; anernoon'l While the relief workers toiled at
Cirla club work is under: the which trapped upwards:' of
I :
Late figures on the Northern Irish the western entrance where the cave
\ That "good equipment makes a Duvall'' (Miss Pearl) Laffitte): Visited I I potato crop would indicate that 192t) pervision of the county home sU-1 men engeged in reenforcing .I In occurred, most of the survivors

I good farmer batter," !fcas come to be several teacher to check; Up on 'will be an exceptionally good year ; stration agents and members of ,Most of: the workmen however, dug'. walked cut of the eastern entrance

r accepted: as truu. fiat it will, if properly uxmoit ol vegetables and fruits for for such ( staff of the State Home themselves out of tho fallen earth| mile This added further
i early potatoes as are produced ) nearly a away.
r used, make a good farmer out cf tuo .*u.... (Miss Louise Pickens: ) : 1 in Florida, says H. G. Clayton, tion Department at Tallahassee and crawled to safety and police to the confusion of detail and

a poor one Is also true. lutKsunvilie' : / leach girls- made purses : district agent of the Florida Agricultural i There ia no demonstration agent in fwlals declared tonight that of-I, check. 'j

Mucn of the machinery and equip- ,1 I'witiUa: will be olt.. to ,raise"-money. i Extension Division. The Bradford County at present, and girls hope Is hell out for any remaining in The survivors drew graphic pictures

mcnt needed on the average smill|' Santa. Rosa (Mrs. M. H. Caldwell): I acreage in this state 4s based to some : desiring to enroll in club work the tunnel. | of the disaster. They said the

farm it not thorn: baia-tfe::: cf tho high, 1 viaiunl an old home this week to extent on the production In Northern \ should write to Miss Flavia Gleason, The gas drove the rescue workers I' walls of the tunnel gave ominous

first cost, and also became:: the eeas- *bulp two girls plan home improvement : states. Florida. growers look back State Home Demonstration Agent, from .he tunnel shortly after nightfall I warning of the slide. A few' brick "l
in which: the Implements can ne old furniture is to I Tallahassee. and it was not believed that any
on Some: going on 1U17/ as the banner potato year. I IIne ;, were loosened, they declared, and fell
used is generally a short one. Hwt| bo done over, a rag rug made for the who may now be entombed in the ,
in the Hastings section' into pools of water on the
growers passage
ever, a number of HJa'l! farmers t fluur in Wit bedroom, and a library passageway, even though they have
of the made a killing that year. I Ii BUILD UP WEAK COLONIESA way floor. But the electric light line
go in together! and tug socie table will be made from an old oak i Mr. Clayton compares the figures'for ; jumped beneath flat cars, can survive '-, flashed twice and the tunnel becamea

more expensive ei ipront needed,I tree on !the place. The brothers have this year with those of 1919 to'' w-iik colony Is a menace to other j fie poisonous fumes. i pan Jemonium of screaming negroes -
they will be able to get just as good I to do> this work and tbe It vrii not believed rescue opera-1 i
agreed nei,111'|
and' ) arrive, at his conclusions. In Sep- beekeepers as well as to the owner, who dashed about madly in the
equipment as the larger farmers, I bate nave offered to help paper tau tember, 11/16./ the forecast was for a'' because thew eak colony will be rob. tlons would be resumed until tum>r- pitch: darkness seeking/ to escape

to make It pay for itself many times j wade 1 meet with them and litmonstr crup of 818,000,000 bushels and the bed out during tho dearth, and once row.Tho what they regarded as inevitable dis ,
fact that those who
over.This te wall papering. I I actual production was 285,437,000 robbing gets started in an apiary it; escaped aster. At this juncture, the survivors '
is coming to be an age of machinery Suw..nne: (Miss Cor inn Barker): I''Is were hurried to homes or hospita'sprevented
bushels. The l September: 1925, estimate liable to lead to loss and annoy- said, the crash of cracking timber
in farming ns well as in other Have tried to visit as many schools: I is 341,400,000 bushels which ance. If there is any disease present officials from making any and the' roar of falling earth and

lines of business. Scarcity of labor as possible this week and put on a is 25) per cent less than the 1921 :|','In the apiary, especially In the weak accurate check of the men who were broken masonry, rent their ears.

and high wages have hit the average recreation program, which the children crop and 18 per cent less than the colony, the robbing is liable to spread in the tunnel when the slide came.

farmer pretty hard. Where formerlythe entered into henrWy.I' 'I five-year average :|'the disease over the entire apiary Engineer Mason Is believed to be A winter cover crop may be plowed

work was done by man power it I' i'ttsco (Mrs. Harriet; Ticknor: l Six: During August the conditions of and to other aplarlo3 in the immeii- buried in his locomotive which was under in the spring to add humus

is now being done by machine power, I very pretty hats were made of old I''I I{ the crop was reduced 0,000,000( bushels ''. ate vicinity. An ounce of prevention completely covered with earth. His and plant food to the soil and make it;

or it i"I: being done by man power at a material: by two woman's clubs thl 1', '' due largely to drought. :SeptomI :; -'te'I worth a pound of cure- build up fireman, D. F. Mosely: and A. G. more productive. ._ .
Adams brakeman both
a escaped. -- '
high cost I week. i the weak colonies. ,
i I front injured the crop in parts'> Nolegume-growing farmer is likely
They were severely scalded, by stea
owned NUSHUU (Miss Pearl Jordan) : Gav 1'' It
Gus Weeks: and I a of Maine. The October and November ,
to bankrupt for he is constantly
which poured from the twisted boiler pro
tractor together: for two years now.' three canning demonjtrations and one>I crop reports will carry valuables BULB GROWING IS
;1 I of the engine. C. S. Kelso, another adding to his bank account-hit
And wo find that it is a great labor pecan building derainvtration: thiweek i information for Florida. potato grow- STARTED ON LARGER brakeman also soil reserves.
was badly injured.
saver. It helps us to get our land |I I ers, says Mr. Clayton. I SCALE IN SEMINOLE: _iae J
planted on i Holmes Mrs. Bettiu Claude): The'
prepared and our crops 7
'I I
Considerable: interest In bulb grow-
arranged our I iiomlay folks are very much interested
time. We have always :
has been awakened in
that each could have the use 1.1 cottage cheese. 1 have been
work so I : I SO AS 1O ENTER CLUB WORK several Seminole County citizens,
out the and made and
I of tho tractor half time when in the to dairy serve who believe that the embargo placed

t rush season, anti it has been no !great it in several:;; different ways, and i it; I lOne of the objects of the boys'. ''on bulbs beginning January 1, will ,
inconvenience to either of us. Yet i is on the market here now. i andllrla' club work conducted
i / aa by ,cause a tremendous increase in demand -
my farm Is not largo enough to justify Palm Beach: (Mrs. Edith: Morgan) :': I the couiay and home demonstration for the home-grown products. ''

:, the expense of a tractor for use I'ahoke women will beautify an ox-' :' Agents is to teach the boys and girls Several tens of paper white narcissus

only on it, and neither is Gus Week's.! otic garden. bo earn money. It is often, also: I' bulbs have been ordered for pla'it-

Each of us has the uce of the tractorat Lee (Miss :tiallie:; Lindsoy): Wor', that the willingness of these boys I|, lag, and this stock began to arrive recently .
only half the of buying atractor has been started on a flower show' und -
expense girls helps them into
earning according to report by B. F.
to be held in connection with the 'I
money to carry on their Club worK. Whitner, the county agent. About 2
There are a number of machlnis county fair in February.. Club women EmmUy: Jones, 13-year-old girl of I, tons have already arrived, coming
badly needed in Florida farming that are snowing much enthusiasm over Darlington in Holmes County wantedto y'l ff
I in by ship, and other shipments will I' l'f1JR'I
might well be bought anti used coop- this new project. join a sewing club which was be- 1 follow rapidly. )!YA .IJ.1il
1 Citrus Mrs. E. W. Moore\ The II i iI -
( ):
eratively. Some of them are manure ing supervised by Mrs\ B. A. Caudle, I Among those who fire going into
prendor, corn harvcatpr, pea huller, operator of a shop at; Crystal River the home demonstration agent. A | the bulb growing business In this j Comfort"" Cord J

praying outfit, traction plow, lime states that baskets made by home serious difficulty that confronted section and who received shipments I II i
i and fertilizer distributors, potato demonstration cluba are much nicer Emmily was the fact that she did I
,. not | last week are E. B. Stowe, Fish & I
j digger, etalk cutter, grain drill, pea- and better than thoso ordered from have with which
any money to bur; Fish, John Meiah, and C. M. Berry. | You
nut picker, mule clipper: cement tile elsewhere materials. ''It is estimated that the 20 tons is can now get

d or block machine, road drag cane However Emmily was a girl of d3- -enough to plant five acres at the rate'
1 mill, hay concrete mixer, slit HELPS UNDERPRIVILEGED termination for
press BOYS AND GIRLS and willingness to work. of 100,000 bulbs per acre. | balloon tires
forme, etc. Pretty soon she had a job picking

This is a considerable list, and if Dean Newell of the College of Agrl- cctton for some of the neighbors and TRAIN SCIIEDULE I

{ every farmer !had' all of them bet '. culture Wants More Buys and was earning a tidy little sum every Schedule changes 12:01: a. m. Sun-. your present car
t needaIt would bo very expensive for Girls) to Enroll. : day. It was not long until she had will
day, October 4, 1925 and trains
him to buy them by himself. How- money enough to buy all the mater- follows without changingrims.
ever, they are not so expensive when Dr. Wilmon Newell, dean of the ials she will need for first and sec run as :
I No. 1 Jacksonville to due
i bought and used cooperatively. College of Agriculture of the University ond year sewing, and now Emmilyis Tampa
Starke 12:30: A. M. "
of }Florida Director of the one of the happiest and most industrious .
r No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa due
4 Experiment Station and Agricultural !; members of the club.
Starke 11:02: A. M.
EXTRACTS FROM: COUNTY Extension Division, and Plant Como I
No. 7 Jacksonville to St. Peters
AGENTS' REPORTS missioner is firm belever in the CLUB WORK FOR .
a burg duo Starke 2:16' P. M. Bpocl! .e.altegl.e. wownwnaMsf2., I
value of boys' and girls' club work. I BOYS AND GIRLS No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm-j tai cembvt.ftundnifa .plw yearly" ewrffifa.fIn
f>/dollan tire and tat
He wants to boy and girlIn
see .
I every Beach Starke 10:15 A. M. III'g-aM'' b.."ha tIIe M kheU.ComCordoymyAau .
Madison (B. E. Lawton) : Russell the rural sections of Florida who GAINESVILLE, Fla. Oct. 7.-Every I due atw
It U
R Henderson, a cotton club boy, made is eligible -between the Ages of 10 I I rural boy and girl in Bradford No.2 Tampa to Jacksonville due eu biff..enKnary Intaw4o /Mute
L 2,000 pounds of seed cotton on his und 18 yearsenrolled in club work. I i County as well as the whole stale Starke 4:36: A. M. j o end hoithe a.a.wrs.ed Mtb atfcovf
I will be chance No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville duo ito win fTb.SMITH'S .
th, club acre. Boy'sand Girls' club Enrollment I', given a to enroll in I
L, Hamilton (J. J: Sechrest): Tam Week will be held from October 13-i) ;, boy's and girls' agricultural clan Starke 4.25; : P. M.

F + pa's rail for more milk Is being heardin 24, and Dean Newell is anxious to see <|, work during the week of October 19-) I I No. 104 St. Petersburg to Jacksonville I
Hamilton County. Express shipments 24. This week has been set aside as due Starke 6:03: P. M.
Increase in the club I
a very great enrollment j
for the 1025 Alachun County 1 I "Boys' and Girls' Club Enrollment I No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville GARAGE

Fair under There is during that week i!: Week is 'due Staike 9:00: A. M. I II \
i are way. a great Here is what ho about club'' and it hoped to greatly increase I
deal of interest and it looks as though work: says the present onrollment of I I No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key STARKE, FLA. ;
club other exhibit i I due Starke 5:11: P. M. I II
i I and agricultural "Boys' and girls' club work reaches nearly 10,000 members. I
are going to be good. I Extension officials of the United I II
boy. and girls in the remote sec "Starke & Wannee Branch"No.
Duvall (:J. O. Traxler): Calf club : States Department of Agriculture are i I hi.I I L -- 4.
and brings to under-privi- 101 Leaves Starke 7:40 A.
members were .given instruction In leged boy and girl, in many Instances I striving to get an enrollment of 1OOO.OOOclub ,- I
w judging dairy cattle in preparation the first club members in the 1 :
and only ray of light pointing I -
,;f for tho judging content to be held at the way to opportunity educa- 'I United States during 1923.) Florida
nr the State Fair' extension workers are anxious that

o- Jefferson (E. II. Flnlayson): Cooperative this tlonand noble good work citizenship.many a boy But and !girl for i|: this state shall keep pace with others L.. THE DARKEST DAY IN HISTORY By A. B. CHAPIN.AI .

/ cotton and hog sales *ro would and not lag behind. ..
grow up in ignorance of the lIh A A
being held In the county, and are attended fact that the great State of Florida I So during the week of October 19- '

with good success. Cooperative hay made it possible for each and 24, all county and home demonstration DI-IE' TIME WHEN JIMMY MA ORDERED) NIh I ( v',

prices are generally good. every one to secure a college educa i agents; will devote their entire OUT OF THE SAME!: JUST AT THE ", O3T
St. Lncle (Alfred Warren): A preliminary tion how +|I energies to bringing the advantages CRITICAL ..,
matter handi-
-110 poor or MOMENT WHEN H6! WAS ABOUT TO Mi< Av ,
survey I ml leat A" that 300 Iof club work before the rural boys ___
q capper he or she may appear to be. I / V/iNMlNO TOUCH OOWM FOR HIS TEAM i i
s acres will be planted in fall Irish potatoes Enrollment in the club is the first',, and girls between the ages of 10 and I II r r

,,, The acreage in potatoes will step on the road which leads to the I 118 i years. In this they will be assisted

1 be practically! the same as last year. University for Women. I I by members of the staff of the

Agriculturally, this section Is still on "In addition to this, the club work Agricultural Extension Division at
as firm a basis as it was a year or Itself Gainesville and the State Home Demonstration YOU MARCVrTOUftSECF -
is healthy, wholesome Instruc- I I HOME NEZ,
more ago. Tallahas
r Volunla (T. A. Brown): On Tuesday tion and recreation, Improving home Department at INSTANTLY !
ft life and community and inspiring see.Club
I rpent first regular office work has been conducted
my tTJy
high ideals of morality and citizen 1DN i (ITELUYOUWOT
day In Daytona at the Chamber of among rural boys and girls for sev-

Commerce. That body h.. many agricultural ship. eral years and has done much to de- T Tt/Y FOOTBALL a, .q

a 1' inquiries which they are TO velop leadrshlp and inspire the bet IH VtXJft QOOD CLOTHES 9 ? '
y y
not able to handle satisfactorily, and RESTOCKFLORIDA WATERS ter methods on the farm and in the HEAVENS- I

they have requested me to give them home. It also helps the boys and fb

one day a week. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. October 6.- girls to make some money, at the YOU'RE A SIGHT! .. .,, \ Nryt'
Volnsla' (T. A. Brown) : Fern men T. R. Hodges, shell fish commissioner same time It is teaching them how to 1 1,?* '" a

are complaining of a shortage of announced today that the federal government farm or do home work better. Another ": \

marketable ferns, owing to drouth. had advised him that three valuable function of club work Is 1 t..;.

Several Inquiries this week about I fish culturists will be sent to Florida I giving the boys and !girls some recre- .1' "

planting bulbs for winter bloom, (CI| to aisUt; in restocking the waters of ation and amusement. It develops ....; .I. ',...... "
1 D. Case): Among the small poultry this state with millions of fsh. every tide of the nature .,

p '1! flocks there is a great need for sani Tho advices were received from The club pledge explains this fully

i tation. Suggestions as to cleaning up Henry 0' Mallery, United States fish this fully. Here it 13: "As a true

I have been quite pleasantly received commissioner, who stated they askedto club member, I pledge my HEAD to

and adopted. personally visit Florida In connec- clearer thinking my HEART to

Alachua (F. LCrnft) ): The La- tion with the work, as well as Lewis greater lcyalty, my HANDS to lam!

Crone Potato Growers' Association RalclLff' deputy commissioner. .
,1 I er service, and my IIEALTII to better
I held a very interesting meeting Mr. O'Mallery also stated the federal living, for my club, my community t I Itt

,' Thursday and members are making I ) bureau intended to augment Its I and country." Boys and gir'r" ,

preparations to buy fertilizer and work here by supplying ffry" and wouldn't you like to belong to an organization n kit

I seed cooperatively next season. flngerltnes," which are a small species with a pledge such a*

Palm Beach (M. U. Mounts): Made to fish. These will pe plentifully that

4 I' my first trip Into the Everglades! distributed in the waters of the state. Boys between the ages of 10 and

with County Agent Hiatt. County 18 yean will be> enrolled\ for work in

has an outbreak of Texas fever ticks Sell your non-producing cow to pig, calf, cotton, corn, citrus, pea-
butcher not to neighbor.
among dairy herds. your your
You haven't a grudge against him. No Worm la a Healthy Cblld

If you don't win at the fair, Tampa- 9100,000,000 to be expended All children troubled with Worm have an her !J.iKr [
healthy color,which todtearee pear"-.a"
find oat why the other fellow'a >
> products for developing exclusive residential rule. there te more or leu Houiarh, dJararbanoa.GROVE ] l p ,
beat your and then grow product section along eastern shore of 'S TASTELESS: : TONIC given. vetpd.tlplwtwoa : .
q as good as his next time. three weeks will eorfch UM blood. to- .'\....
Illllsborough Bay.
pro the dlgeettoo.and act ae General Streniabr
I I ......Toolo to the whole. eyeten. Mature' will tboa r 1 711 Via e,-,_ e..r.f,.., ; .
.. ..;; ;...
rt Travare*-10,000 acres and In Lake Lake Worth-High school building throw off or dJepel tlw wan and AeChlld will.. .v
County sold for 1000000. being repaired, at cost of $9,000. .to perfect beaJtb. fteawotntake. too per bottle.


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J 'ilti :,.1 'aAnA l\i ,' ' p.m
1 1E known whoproildona, *.ttt'beyondl th. -' of Florida. that mayb* Intvreated fa.the I at o to th. abov. deMrftMd I.., or lb. I' 1i *eat quart* Northwest quarter ef Notth- It.Ooapt rooft
7 Jr.' Murrhea was"a 'visitor to berulirafter de.crtbe4 property or part ''Mid bIll, I be. taken an ,oonfoMxl,.afnat quarter of Southeast ..quarter.Beetna ouch quarter West quarter of Rnuthweat _lal Circuit. In and '.. Br.df.r4 C..ntr.rh.netry. Is
Waldo, Tuesday. thereof. lyle, and-b.Itw I in o'F.! you. I W. Twp. South lUnKI I..t. 40' quart.r of Nurtbeut quarts and Ncrlbweatqu.rter .
1 Florlua.' dncrlbad a. fellow.. ,. it i I. ''fhat lhl "order bepub1tubiiut : aare.. and Nortbweat quarter of Bouthweat,9to,4l .. .L
Miss Edna Duke has returned to I Tb. oouthoaiit quart.r of SouthwMt qu.rt- i fur 'a or.r fur four eonMcutlv.1 Ib. Mid. land belni _...4 at th. data of quarter and Wool half of Southwest quarter I ) .I./rlu1

hr' 'feome in Jacksonville, after'apendlng'a .'. Mellon S.v.nten ((17)) : alio. bntlunenirat in'. \ue tn the Bradford CUh' TelBroph. I tha to.tuui.0 of auch .rtllWI. In the pan. I nf Bouthweet q".... Beetloa a. Two & DpvidDqq.1et.' ut !' hit. '
few days With hat aunt -.O corner of Southweat quarter of .' .. ".*.11. of at V.kno" tTnlna .tne.t. hall' I* South Raji**.. $4aa, \ 190 acre*. it. ) ) )" \
; Quarter, i cnn rnrUen <1T) i iauri culatlnh.! pMbllthed In St Bradford Coun redeemed arlnl to lav<., t" d.4 will tou. I Th. Mild land belntc _... at th* data of .It apM.rtni W .wpra.kilk] of .Bl.lnt
MrlJ."CI"B. Roberts.Mr1 run North IDS feat th.iie. 110_. It o*> f ._ 2nd tftty No.mb.M.. I the humane of such certifIcate in the name .,? .Ii thl. MUM that it ui th. 1 lWf''of the
and Mrs. 'J. F. Ellerbee of trrn to th. Northwont corner' of J. W. Hutaonland. Kuhth| Circuit Court the efft. : Wilneaa.mycEflai.1 .J"n.t.and soul I tM redeemed according to .law. tax deed will ... thv d.f.mlant.. David Donl.y aail Mary Don..
Ponipano, spent n few days here; .then. 8omh.rly. along Vrc.1, II.. of i nat ...!.0 t .th. ClerX of 1th. acid< court a* Ih*.al da. ot SePt I9ts. auc thereon on the lad day of November. A. ly his wife\W.''lnuton Doni... Floods '.. r
last-week with relatives Mrs. Etlerbee' and| J. W. Uuuun. land about 120 t.. "fl| M hfff .I- .j".., ; the a. day 01' Q. V. A'.DERMAN I IX IMt. -- br1tDOblu'F.. Mamml o. Lane J. O.' >1I. T. WjI'lUaand I
thenc. North T. d.".. 80 minute W.. udti.b' A, 9, ,' I Ck Circuit Court Rrarif,. ) .nd Cha Roherta, If llvlnn. but If not
will be remembered here as Miss about U2 feat to the Metinn line.: thone. I County FtorMa Witness my'MNrlal ota-aaturei anal Oil living; their. helm drvleee. eranteeer ev Otis-

Ethye! Dyal. ;: Nuribriltclinic SeoUou Una to point of b*..j I Ifdnnlnv. iII. b: JV.' AT.RMAN 1 .j .C A. IICII. 1 the 09th day of ...mDo' 1515.I er pintle* oli-JmVh |.... i '*ft '.*., lend
ittrt. County. a W ALT.KRMAN Vn.ln described under such named nfelrdeinta ,
((17) \
.dlor 0.31108 I .
Gus Wynn and little daughter, Also all Stlut=t"-.J / Sbutheoiii < Dllul Clerk. ptreutt' Court HradfnrJCounty or rjrherwle. .. shall be deeeaeed. arc anknuwn. .

Thelma, of Catieaville, were visitors qu.rt. of Section, Eighties M$), lying sasS i I t. J I NOTirit OP APPlICATION FOR TAX ? FturNta, 1 and ald oomplalwanta' hAving- prayedfor
of S. A. U lUllroadl. $ CfES DEED UNDER SECTION ITS OP THE I By 0. A. Ih* dem.nd ontur of' preeea* aeijulrln* t Sunda,. i. JIC1C1rI\ ; ,drf.mlanta to
Alan the Northwtn.1 uart.r of Northwest I .O : CBNEBAt 8TATUTE8Motto 10llO3(* ouh ppar. I
..EdwinPrevatt and. Cecil Rafuoe quarter of Section Twenty (20)) All of;th. IT 13 THERflUPON ORDERTn 4kt aollj
abov bcjna ID Township Saran ((7)). South la hereby-that J. H. taw I "'.n..nta.' David. DonI.,. and Mar Donley
of'Hamptonwere'visitors here Sunday Kanire Tw.nty-two fil Eat, opuuinln NOTICE OF APPLlCTTIOr Pea TAX HEBD r.ooe. purchaser of tax .rtW.f.t'o. 9m.', NOTICK Or APPIICATION FOR TAX' tIlt wife Waahhwtan Donle. Flua.1.. MM

night. I I 100 *."- more or Ii... | UNDER BECTION cT OP '.I. wENEKAl*' dated tbe 4th day of 'DEED uNman ; tut OF TUB I IOBNIRAJ 'i bell ITonley, Samuel C. Lan. J. C. EuII.. '1'.
BT.VTUTE8. '' ". fW) said I o.rttficIsti ';AI and : ST-tTUTKH, W. ritta and Cha.. Roberta. If living. but U
da bill of boo
Gerald 'Drawdy, J. P. Martin and appear ta th- or or : t. -
1 mt-r not llvlnr their heir devlae
fi're the iccond day of November A. D. 1IU5 apDllcatlnn for .In *. grant***, or
Mls8.Mar.Tle Bowen, of High.Springs. ftnoV J. dUe course deXIn. and .. wbaU Notice'la herVf liven that R A. Green purchanifr'of I eordnne with mw.. e.Hftrlcat I Veil* k) hereby ticeothat M. 8qu''_. pur- I' oth.'r aanrtla alaimlaa; 4ntcrcta,wader ...
up. ,
Tax Wrttflcat t TJ. d. th I II I!. fnllovrrnr dewrfhrd property altuatad chaser of Tax .S. dated the partial above named or .,.. aa halt be
ererthoettestwof Ruesdiy Dyal...\SCedjJ. btVl'ttli.-nbes-ever Intenat you. and. each.! of you may .t. diy ef Jim A. D, IOOt.'tsU. ... .1 I County. Florida to-wlt I lOut day of A"...*, /tlea'P.o.. ha. filed ..aidertWIrata 01..... tn the followtna I. i.. Brad
Wi-M g.'lio'' ) "'no hIt .trU.lIh' certlflrit* Innty' Mftce-.rhl. 4ioo mart.'appllif V Two Arte In NW Cor nf 8WI-4 of NW1-4. .In my .' made appllca. ford County FtorMat \
) ". pwyPv" 'i"t J.bttb. .n for tax deed ta In .. I dee. n.T" S. S R. M EL I Men for tag deed to ht with. WV4 of NWU and NWtt of KSU ud f!U

dt-Ja4kI1uil1ea.JD( ? -.- with taw. 8tar* e tlfleat- : 'th. fol. said being ameued at th. dais of law Bald. certificate embrace the foll.'wlna;'.,if MCH 0' N1Ii S of Section. t 5.. and jfvj

last fcrSSU& Esn Trtthr relative'. -; 1nI -met ... i\wo to.oua..utiv.noohI lowing. deecrlbed __. *. la Brad' of aach eerttfle.ta'. 'la tb 1 e dfeMtrlbad property. .Jtuated In Bradford CoUnIv of SW<4 of NW4 of Lotion 29 all ID TeVp?
: ..unty.'Fbnrida.' to-lt- Rotor Oat. Florida towlt B, South. Bane 21 > the
Mrs. Nona- Dyal and baby'up'ent | louee far to* t.lo- aft\o'r..r.J'
t AS Lit-b-BE Sell oertlflrat ." Northeut quarter of1 Nortnea.l quarter andWret the evmplainante her.
ltd fd VnleM
.. raneral I
., few I 1&ya.ln High Springs laat week publilh.d wewjpaper In Stark. Bradford county ed R hj h)>n. Wv R. Ulloum I 8 cnrdln. to law. tax dead ...-.. I balf ef Fjwt halt of Southwest gnarls 'In .tl Stark. Florida at the Court Hotia, o.MllnI. .
with! relatives. ., tilt It tj,MorHmiJ i 1"1'.1.1[ ,) MrvYiley, W >by'lad> f nllayt' KM., In lbs J'th day of .""..'.A';'D mi, of. Northeaat auarter and Baufchea.t quarter:' .,, IIIe 1Kb day of October mil ajnd .
.,,. _."ci I th. !Stark, Be*. tf, TH.; ., 1 a lUEaat. V/itne.a my official ., -." .and ..this of Northwest Quitter and We t ha'f of West'hell that this order boo published once c week' !
i BJ'J: McRae and Milliard WhaMy?I nf Southwest quarter of NbrtTleut qnerterand
t Elahtla.IYd'fl"\ \ ll.r\1I the-off Wai ,acal : Tbu haLt! land twine, aeeaacd at (II* d.1 of \th. tied day of SepUmbev, A. n. Went half of //fciuthwcat Quarter of 3autn.eoat.quarter f>nr enneccutlirc weekly' issues ot the Stare
of visitors iere urtdaYl1 ,. O. W. ALDERMAN I T.leaeaph a puhll.hed m dSI..k.
Waldo were oevncaper
.t th IniM-ebav o a* w* [ aa the .l.u.nce.of luch certIficate I tn tho ofGoomla Section It. T p. 8 Smith.Uansa .
aftsnoon. 1":1': 'Qf', "I Hh. .uVl oC Ot oher Lakrr. ,.Unit* paId, .rUIf1 ih.ll Clerk Circuit' cur.. Bd.. 12 :. 120 ... Florida.
j ford Given my hand and official' scat thllIrVday
1\ In*:: elle. Wasdin, ofpeaflast W1dc A. a.I""I ,.,; I "': ). II I be redeemed .ccordlriB' Htl to-: of November willlaiuu I. By 0.A. Plo.I. I The aatd' land! belnic nae...-)1 *t the dat. of I undrr.f Io 131111. ,
.Uiereon pn ) ,
the.lN.uance of B-tch flertfiVaUB Inj the name
IS. I" < WSAI.tIER3(4N. .h. Deputy Clerk. O. W. ALDERMAN
w-qek-end here with Miss A. I*: I9ZS .latl..n. bi I
of unknown. tiniest aid eeriif'eal shall
I Clerk Circuit Court.
RubV Dyal. -* i Clerk Circuit. .Co.n Bradrord f unty |I 'W'TEM my official .Iniiur and 'a edoemed tteordln ta a v. his d.... wl li I I*. I (Seat') ford Florid
Florida. .- day of <** .. I NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS .lie"thereon on the 'he '44 day i>r poU't7. .
I K n.
1r. ,fid rll. J) F. Ellerbee and' A. a CREWS.Solicitor o I t. Q. W. ALDgMAN.- r tw."WltnMi
J Moliaftod ''fetl 10.1L
Kntlo hereby ivan hat alt creditor.leva'ceii C.I.'n.nt.II"Ul'
for *
Rudy D+nl e*> "iaItoto Hampton, Cmlll'.nt I (s4UbClerk) Ci l'ut c.. BradfordCountv. > all my nf taint nnnaltM in
IO,14t11t fj :1_ : I Ft.Id. dlntrlbntvea and 1..n. h"1 .oth 'tay of Srpttmlier n 12(1( I .
Fri ay I I By C. .iaIni. or dumanfH a alnct' the .1.1" of W. (1. W. AT.DKRMtNClerl NOTICE TO ohn McKlniSey isjvis'iting her NOTICB 10.0-5I.-U-6 A Deputy I J. J. Jon.'.. deceased ..hereby* ..- :, ; Circuit, Court. Brtftfnrd ; '
; CI..rf,' nrment the Mm duly .nthrntlrated County Florid. ,I. h.rrhy alv.n that at t'l.. ntpn .' ..
. par-nt* Mr. and f lta. Lee Young- Coiwtv Juilim of Rrailford County. Florida nthla ny C. A. KNinrrr. ,cot tb. ..,..tu.. C *n.ral or Special' upon

bin\ {d./ t St. Auq-ustine. fis Circuit' C.urt. -Judicial drcultBradford ORDER OF PUBLICATION office In the cnuHhonn. In th* town offUark 1 ''n."I-I" Tis.DuityClurlt. tu. request of lbs Town Connntl nf th.
Cevnty In ChanecryJ I within 13 months from date and Tnvrn of I.awtvy, Florida, I will Introdue' a
it .1 Gertie Johnaon-j spent the FI..r. 11 I thl hoOtwilt b. hrhl In Bar th..r.,and I IMASTER'S bill aulhnrlltnir the Town Cmimtll of the

i we j'end at ZIff, wltl{ ber unrlc j. ft. Saxon f* I 'In Circuit Our Flirhth Judicial;' Circuit. alt persons 'Indibted to ..'d .,.t.. 111 I II' BALI Tu\\ of I...'... Florida to hhii. from tlm.
I ..t. of .. In tn pay tho forthwith andorSliined 1101,. tlm. warrant of Bald Town of au.h
Mr bevy ) j Complainant j jV Bradford Fior" .m. 1 h..b- I to
Prescott. I *. I I cery. ( Admln'' ", NOTtCB la l that nniter and by ditnntnlnntlon .. the ntinQlt sara fit t .rlnii

1Ie. P. M. Dyal ia spending/ this J6hji Saxon .t at. Perteraon Ch.n.I Thla Octbe.. ,..2.PULI.o virtue, of that rertan| final dnqree nf ,four.Closure such rate of latr t nut .Mn .11". ala! per
Air. matlo and ronderrd n" June 22nd. A.
in High Springs *ith her son I I Complainant.Ella I JONES ctnt. tr annum and befomlnif du. In atieh .
vlend.nb of W. T 111211. by 1tfln rahle> 1Mk'n.' Jud
wJ' Dill Cloud. Quiet Till .04 Othif 8. Fettenon I1"t. time and upon .uch coniKtlon. ait may be oVtorralhud'
rf the CIrcuit In and for RradfordTnuntv
Dyal. | J. J. ...
>. tb. Council nntiie.iiulnv
Kell.f 10..t-I.1 d" by to an nn"nl
I I Dhnd.nt .OII. Florida. 'In that pertaIn ..".. wherln
M d wT. Wasdin ofw4ll It from the lleiratloni i iSworn f the pearlrttfj by apnendod In the .._.ta friv. Thousand
,, the Itradfnnl CnuntT Panic. n enrpomtlnn. laenmplalnant
.r-ftl L.Mrs- .pJno I .nl..I. t I "
complaint In ebot. c."... Dollar.. For the purpose of rwfundtna th.utitHtnndln .
lh fllnl 'In tV carte MAHTF.U'8 ALB and .T Y. tr-ntt and .1. n. vTairerar. '
", weWvislto a here Friday. i' hint the ags and reefdeno* df.adanui 11. Pfttenmn. th. def.ndnnt, tha th.1 defendanta. fh. trndnmltrned. ea BprrlilVater. .Indnbtrdnm.. nf saul. Town and.

Wet; i#feTet( to know that Mrs., C.I j Saxon, W. J. lixmtAnn.t.l Dlxp' I. Fn i. a nnn-rcaldent" nf the Stets I Hereby nntlee ,. then that under "ni by will sell for each to the hlithe.1 ami,! fur the ""... of Imlirovinn th. .1_'. of ,

B. ,Rlilerts i U verylsick at this writ. I '' C. Wynn. th. Ccontla Stat. Bi lldintz und uhe a rca1ilt\nt, \ pf rnntdnon virtue of thnt certain' final decree .I heat bidder' tn front nf the enurt ho".. door llw Mid Tong of I...t.r. Florida. And .nth.orUlnif .
T-oan. A.I.tnn. a Gr..tlo the ment.. and! Offhere 6tr*.t.i Port ioUth. *'. m.dr and entered nn the IRth day of'' In Its. .., Bradfnrd Cnnntr. Florida nn Monday and impowprlna the Town Council'
Ing. !$o is 11g, with her son in I Florida., Im".tlnn n.. a Ohio, and In v .' the aBc at ,twentyoneiyear.1 'I: Mf-ntemher.. 1D2o. by Hnn A. ltd ire th. fnd. d.. of November. A. D IDS). of the Town of t.awtoy Florlila' ta hut 11
Gainesville frhere the i II being treat corU'itr.tton. .nd Ed_,>n. I it ,U, thorefor* 0.,1..1 f-hat cci.,) non- of the ClrrMlt: ( of the ZPIn'jIJ, ',, I ftiietnr the leva! hour nf anle. for the pur- tax .ufflnlrnt' from ii,.. tu till,. on all l*-
I livlair.' or In ."''o.". If d. d.' <>r n prtidiht nVft-mlrlnf, h* .nd hereby required I Circuit nf ".In ones nf ..".rln" aald final decree. the following able properly In n.ld! Town for tile toil. pup.
ed byTrf. :'Biabjp.I In oxlstonee. ". .,. hli. aneeoMnH. *levleew. 1.. apptar to the bill of complaint f.o In I fnunty. 'In ehnne In that certain reuse deaerthed real eatate, 'Ivlnv and helqir nom of rvtlrlnif' the warrant with their .IntuiMit. i
I I'I leicateoc and .." "10. are all unl 'Rh1hOtJr."* Arch, i j jTh. and ther. la no .. firm aa'corporatlon, day nf Notember. A. I). ...the Bank of Colnrnhla: a cnrtmrntlon eomnlalnant, i North half nf th. Fast half of lbs I the qtiallflMj vot ra of the 'town of I.awtoy.tliirltla. .
Dryden In the Slat of .. known _tO rompta!nnnt.thjii nllviratoaii of laid be ... con and aenln.t H .f Thum. Kmma Thnm. JerI Snuthca.t niiarter of Beetldn Thlrtr-fnur t4l! And I will alao amrnd th. Charter
I'u-Ja Arch.Dryden "lfo ofa ."1,poi i>a tjpnn trhomf would f<*.. by mild' bi'.1 I ry Rmifh. vnOle Smith and Ih. .. .. Nat1 I Township 81v 161 Mouth llanir Twenty-two of tliu Town of I.awuy. Morliln. by the alvIOLT t
will regret to hear of his death T U KTncf tim".rt( la he- '' It . llov.d b named one.' a week top. four cnnaautlv toKUCJ .. form of a iquar.'I In the rViutheont cnrn.r eon I' and personal' prop.rty the necessary ..
which occurred lit.hi* home- .here- _.nt are In thn l..r.lwvnlved .. Jn the Bradford County T..IIh' a Th. underttlirned *.elat Mantcr 'In ealdranee tebiinv Thirty-five acrea more or .. aiuuunt pf .III... Iq tab car. of .th. .. .

Tuesday night September 29th. Mr. thin. ." "' newnp.pcr published In /d appnlnted to execute Huld decre* will I i D. C. KNIOHTBpeelal ,, of saWiown.
and dlllircnt scarab the eeennd day of November, B. M. JOHNS -
the M focus not know by Stnte* nn"J. Iftaa. Muter- In
Dryden had been In ill health for the: and In.1' h.. nnt been able to aiteortalnwhrthcr This Ostobarliii.. 182S. o". lenal hour, of aale thereon befor V R. CREWS I M iib.r of LmrlMlntilr. from ,

past year and all the skillful aldJ] any ot the d.fond.nt whose ..1. I O. W. ALDFRW!\ court hn".. door In Buerks. Bradford .. fnr Complainant 10.11-\ -$ l-IOt-lt-lll| llradfnrd diunly. .
dorcH( allffffed! .. dend fr fScal) Circuit" Court. Bradford Ootinty. Florida saIl the following drb" .
that. tins; M0ne> for hliV| wn% In vajn. '\> -I."e. or not and It I. aJlCfrd by C..1 County Florid. 'land dltuat.d, In Hradford Cnunty. "In.ld. I II. I MASTER'S BAI.B : NOTICM TO ('fltItENS I .

Dr'yden'moved here from JG 1rr about five and thru' that he h.Iv.there arC persona In. KNIGHT.Deputy. Clerk The Southweat uii.rter of the NoKhweatquarter Notice la hereby that under and by Notice I. hereby (liven tn the of
years ago tcmted I ." 'Involved In this n. .B. KNICIHTflollcltnr of the Northwest quarter .nd'h virtue of th.* aertal' final dncre of for- ttr.dfiird County. Flirrlila. thnt. |I i.t the re-
kind and loving 4hoI) .llloli.) ,na''!'ault I v- .!namcfU arid see and whine ups!. for Complainant North half of th. Northweet nu.rter etn.ure maflo and entered on the lIlt dot <[ii,.1 or the Ho.rd.. of County CummlNO-loner.
unknown to eompl.ln.nt! and In said. I Snuthweet u.rter of th. Northwest minute nf Hradfnrd' Cniinty. Florida will introduce a
won many friends her*} And througHout -rdeae Ir : -4t.10.S0 nf 8et>temh.r, A. l> IlII10, Honnrahl. A I
bill relief la prayed against eueh known indunhnown (Seal) and the Wnat half of th. Inuth..t quarter of 4. Adkln.' on. of h. Judfre' of thn Eighth bill In lbs pen t t.lon uf the Lelalura;
the community. He was laid to I ner.nna firms and eorporatlnna.x the Northwest quarter of N.thw. quarer .ludlrl.l Circuit nf Florid.. In and fm Bradford fieneral or Special' of th. IIt.t..r "10.''..

test inTSantir l'e C noterrK: ,. Wedjiesl- TJfEKEPORII.t$4o ni.rethst all B1PJRINTENJtNT8 REPORT and the North h..1 of thn Niirthraftt-quarter "n..'.. Fin.".. In Ch..e.,. In that I anUlarl.lnH, the Hoard ef C on', Co.".
., Florida'
ef Oradfurd County, to Issue
dona. limos .ants oorTHv-iVlon. pMmed In of hw of Northweatquarter therein between the
r' q"'o th crrtaln caua pendln I
Clay afternoon at four'o'clock.. He order. If Ilvlne. or fn .xl.tanee.' and If d.. Onynty cwperlatendent' .tnaaelal atatemant and thn South half of Northw..t .i ...', nrailford County Hunk ftnr.i ,I 1 and. Hilt nnt more than, llano worth of
leaves to mourn his departure hisWife I or not 'In exl.tanee. all peranna. firms of county .rhool fund for th* month of mmrter of the Bouthweet quarter of Ih. North. I i ...II..n. and aaaln.t the dif.nd.ata, M.ndy ,1 urn warrant of of .01 d- Countr to- bearInler for-
*C.rfwM.t4naa* eJaJmlntr .", Intereat by. under .. IPiC. weal quarter of Section T""I,-. ant ((9it l. I 1 Anhfnrd. willow, D.."., BlnKlelvn. LanmI fit at the rat. sit per cent per annum' ,
and In.talllmt
seven children1' ;; vfl\o] were reft tfhtouali the d.rond.n" aforeeald.' H. ti.neral Beh..l Fend Town.hlp five 45). flouth. Rnn.e. Tw..' .'_ I ton, Hlnalelon bar huaband. Kdna Aadmion I I 'he mirpo rlnek'ln of' the Coors Hon. ainlwtrle .

with him at the time of his death': I c... not In otherwise. : and Rat Aua1.. 1921-----T.-,- *42Retrelpl. Ilib Fast and ont.lnlnej' Thirty (1.0)) acre. I I $Samail. Anderann her h".b...! Oenrala! A.h. 1 Hrqfo.di''tinty. ilnridej etwpli Ami authi .
!Their friends with I all penona whomanever. whoa nam.. .". and ,. bilrhiv Montho.IOCI.ltWrrata' : mnr* or le... I Cord. e minor anil ,Mill!. Aahford a mlnur.I i nrltmaacid Hoard of County CommjaalnneaiI
many sympathize ...''dene. ar* surged to be unknown to complainant I II Joeued During Mpath.u-.4 tIC UI.Bai. Said .. to b* .,1. to and for tb I tk. nwlenliined. ,flpeelat' MiuUo In saId ,eaua.I I I U.. levy a tax of not mnr. than cn.f nrlll, on '
the broken hearted faIR II y. I I end all persons nam la al! & t i, .J. mi. e-of,.-.- 8.8 of said' final .... with onetc. I I appointed' to cxnouie aatil. diMrra*. will an M.. the dollar on ..1th laxabla property
Card of Thanks 1r.ede r known whoa* .e.ld. ne* ta -bevendth. ', t.-- tIlat. A. S. CRFAV8D ''J.... the 2nd. day of Nov A. I). tillS, durlnI; and personal arid mlaedv' In aalil,'
State of Florid. that may b* or ar lutereeUd Ana I. 19211 -_. 17.84 Bpesial Ma.tar. I I th. !1..1! hours of alc U,. before lit.I I county for two year* for the *nl. p"'". of
We extend to car many frlendi 'In the hereinafter rieaerlbed "."p I I'I. Herein Dtirfnv Month _-.._..___... ..12Wnrrairta I E. KNIGHT I i Outrt buttes jlnvr t In StArk. .df"rd .Cunty. I rftlrlnir th. warrant with thetr Interatt.
srtlfelt" t5anks for thefr kind-'' o any T.rt- thrrror lyrna and be4n* t.I IL ,"...._--*... Snl'cltor_ __for_ complainant._10-2-Bt-lO-BO. Florlil. eel) the followlqit described' laml.altuaUd I Said' I warrants In he '.,.. .. I noil.00 April 1. '
iossV-durtng the 1 f L r"dror.cpunty, .. deoerlbed- -a*- I II n.l.* Bept. ._......... ILfl 7 .- In Bradford County. Florid tawltiI I iHiTIi and '90.00 April 1, 1_! ','
IIleknellI''lt deathf m.tri.t N*. i- : ,.IRi..8 i IIATdiI{ > i I The northt>..t fiu.rter ot the Northwest I F! M, ..1OHN3Member
> our beloved husband and father. I The F..I half nf Southweat quarter of Hal AUB 1. beIC------------------ .M.IIRecrlptir guarfe. of the Rauthcaat quarter ol SesSIon of th* Florida; l.. .liiliitnr'*
frs. Drydsn .' qu.rt.ri Th. North.) !(, of Nnrtb-. Burlna Month iW.89JVanrantc'lMaed I Nolle I. .b" that I. .W. J. -Pl 25. TownnhlB I K!, Smith of, RI.".. n Kant eont.f0i 1.1 It-b I-IS Br.d"ird County.NOTtca '
\Tt"h' and children.: v* rfIOTICB !rNOlh. tOl nahaatgUttrt.rl and T otThar Dnrlna Month -:.:_ TJ'I' sun...J Sheriff, nil Bradford Co'infy. I,i 10. acre more or lei I tAbo ,
((8O Y 0 Saxon' aiShiUvhfnn of ,the. bal. I1921 .,---1__ -- (A7..I unditr, an. by.i virtue of tnat tVTrltxif- ecui the Boiithrait Quarter of the rt'iuthwmtquarter
$ A* GUARDIAN SALRtOP MINORS Botitbwe.tpnuart.r of Bouthwcct. quarter.' all,, \ f ., /p"f ,'I ej*. I 1 II 1 lT l Li I Innft..ned onti ol wndun<,r>r"> the banif an.I of the BrilithuaNt quarter of Beotlon '
In Section Twenty (201.) Townnhlp jteven t7)) 'Tnt,___ ..___ 4rr teat of tn. rhwalt Court of
LANDS <, 0D.1 /AUBt. .8 'C..I is. Townnhliv' 5. South of Ranire 22 East and In County Jd.'. Court.ltrdfni4. (.ant,,
_--. ..Jf .:I South Range Tvnaty-two (12) Sos*- I ) Drln. Month t fl "m"" fnI..d..:' .f. coutalnlntr 10 aerr* more or assi| I Florida. In I'rnk.le.
.) otIe. h herebylv.n that on toT.wIt; ,, do appear to th. bill of eomplalnt on or be.tara. Warrants Du1i'01tl'__n "ktlQvrtr.t \niru $ < ewrtat aerttla jjudi* I Also I the West half of tho )'Inrtbwaat qntrfirof In Itat F.tala.: of Jonua Hall. Dceaad.
Th* 9th. d., at N...... 19**, 1.--. th. second day of November A. D.' 19211,", :. = -- .t" mont1.fnO'r>. rrancl) Pneter hy her. next the Tlnrthvaxt Qiirter of the Sfouthatnu.rt.r To William' 11.11 I aiir* white, Alice CIl_
flerilgrned *> Guardian for I.-eter R. DY.'. and ,ln due course defln. and act up what- : Jp n ..Jtr.:. : r.I1" 'm. .I."TJ.'s"" ,". nf Brctlnn 13. TownshIp s. South alRanire mlna.' Cl.udle. Hemmlniffw.y Hnward Rllrab 1
I tilery p., Dyal Edith i*. '. Odea ':, even which you = each of your ) Au*. 1.19Ia' --- E.4. tl East end ,onla1piui 9 .. more Hick Rlv.liy. Ibm.! Itilfu.
O. DvalL and KtM V. T D7..1| Minor. may" ha.:the above d land... 01'rf._ C Month ." __ ,,"' I I rotate oSi. P f... deeeo.edTlwiarlna'' ..,. drt.u. ,, nimby Idaavelt ttliobr. Jonn. Blinhv -
Will apply to the Honorable CorK the ait! will! be_ tsk. .,Warrant tenurd *tharlne; iVth day 139. httthe ClrcmwConrtnf Paid aal. to be made and for and alt Athrr Intereet.d partliw: UMF.BTISO' .
". Gardiner. County Jut-ue of "Be..Itprd I r'iuind 0" 1 191W! i--..n'h:: : nradf'tf-d/County. Btata of, FI". .,.. that I the lotl.rtloh. of .aid decree.nn.t'"" .. : -1 i
.unl,. Florid.. at hi. offlMi In th. Cour..: Jt tl 'further 'Jt talc /brderl bepulillahed J r" ', DMrlc-TN; ,I haf-p levied I\ ., wild I exeaullnn' and FLOYD Onri-IN You are e.rh nf you .. hereby notified !
.... In Ith. town or SUrk., Pl.rMa.or 'once a fou. conceouilveyrcekly > BeL Ana1.. 1926 :,Vi4- >"."' will HI bdD auction .In frnnit of the Special Muter William Hall lea al the
U', Mil .t rrlv.r. .. all thnrl>it.:I I IB.UC. In to* county lel? : : .md;
tlU. and Inlomt of Mid Mlnnn In the In.Wing !- graph a weekly nev/.tianer of ocnerat 'nlrculatfnn. I..o Dur1nif Month i__ 1 j 1 i nf ov.t.:2 durOg;,the Solicitor for Conipjalnant' tlV-2-nt-10-30. Rounty, Ftnrlrfn.: > In the abuse
drii4-lb. l J.nd. to-wlt.' NoMhwwt published' la fltarke Bradford counITNnSi .pt. .- 10421 hmin, ,. th* hMheit and It court a petition prarlntf for an order
pu.rter of th. SouthwMl QrwHi.r Sertlon id ,i,1.1 IMctrtrt 1 1 i r iuIdlor'fo _' -.n. In.t.othe .- :- MABTER/fl RALK nf th... Court tn I,. rrranted authnrlalnrr sail

KU. Towo.hlpi(?), 8oath tie 4 Rolorable Jfudve oi tjrirfjtth >.,, nnf, AU i) 1925 _4:I.- ..1 3 n ftomTiT.. du.r.uuaed following I .f".".. tn take ....Inn of end aell ..
; .
t.M Intornt h.'liur.$ r-\r I Jtullctah alrul eurt and the cftbcTal ,, Rtt* Di"int' Month I. _- 141 vine ivnd belr"fla ..1.'C nnt 4 St.t ",.b. notIce 'I.-that nnder and hy rnrolne tn'I." the following d. arlb.fl ,lands
father, A. J. Dyal rfM.uMd.I seal.of th* C..k'. of the laid "un? a. ,, W.ran. iMued.Carl'.* 7Monlh_____. '4 IHBal. of Florida, lorwltin ?, virtue' of that final, decree of foreeioaur. mauls. *. a portion of th. ua.W, of tb. %efJnnul
Aim' I jila thla th. 3rd. of 1. 1921 The W-.t half of the North wen tqn.rter of the of I real) eelat. lylnli
I! < a onr-nlnth' undivided, 'Intornt at .id .I. *.n.tur. lt Sept. cod .nUred on 14th ilay September rnII'ln"dJ: aaddeerrlbed
Hlnor! '. 'In th.yojlo rln* d.iI... I.P.I to. A. D. I'" Tll.trlct W.. Tpee'lpt ,I I I ".:tl<$v ,Ttrel...,,!".n.hl'jtorfcW IVtVf Bournr-Ranir ':I tn:>. by Ifannrable A. X. Adkln' Judee nfthn I and fnllnwaiUii.lnnln. | Florida
it ae
wltl the SouthVMt QuarMf' of the North. 4S.eWt7."r -- J I-liarey.. I. tttt ___- b Wtlefy. Circuit Court at- the Flvmh Jndlplal O-- at the Hnutheut eemer of the
)W-t. and al.o "
lorlL.'.LrtIA&4:0un.ttidtutd: County .10 I I ) n t 'W.'J: .. "dfn. between D K. q"
of th. Nithri.t Quarter ,' th. { ,, \, \ ttuzln. Mahlk fcl- IPtON In that certain c." lonrtw.ntr-on. (Iftl. Township Six (tIlt Sou'hi
pMith. .t QuarWr. sit t. Section JTlIn Town I Florida.f ,I J.un. 2 ,-- lie!..1} \ t J.'O'I j .ty. Knight. ** enrnpUlnant and Fiuier I. ParS. .. Tw.ntr-twa I2K1 FaaL soil l run North
hip ((7) Kiuth 2V BnVMId, on*, s. CREW. T t Vj S"t. '. -------------p ,. o.iBO'f, ". Mnrry Parrteh Martha Cummlnve, and Two hundred ten (1101( ) feet. Ytret On. hiin-
,atath undlvldnj! Intomt brine' Inhtnted Solicitor cmpon..0 ,j P' f 1 I.J I AJ"o 41112RaeeUpa I I W. H. Cammlnm' d.fend.nU. l fired fiv* MOB) f_. Smith Two hundred I
fl om B. JJ ". .- land. .Itu.u. lylnn' and being 'In Bradford I I I -u----6-- Circuit.Bradford The underalmed' Special Master tn salt fret to pnlnt of benlaolnf I.
Warrante leaned Durlne : lodlcl.l .
ClreuK '
County Florida, Cod 'ccmt.lnliiu, lit all Elehty. j; .; } NOT1CK .- -fin!. J98II j 11- 1J482< .t", -Fih"In Chanavry.Clara eeue. .ponled, to ...u. sail de ree, will nn Also One belf .". 'In flonrhweet .....
'J I "pI the Beeond day of November 121 Bee. ,
l"ht a.m morl Of (Ira.. ) N.. ----j--- Monday, qu.rter of rVmthwr.t uuarter.
8th d.. of Dot. 1ftll."' -; I Inl ..rt- EIhih l J.dlrlal Clrcfliti,r.O.t,0 I CMRat. I I Heati ComplainantU urine the ....1 hours of ..1.! tb... hefor Sit.,' ( Tnwn blp Bl i*, itt)
I t MRS. A. J. DYALf CIr'lJ In. I lAu*). ,1. IBea, .....__.... __ 4I01,1tr'u44 I the sourS hot.. door 'lne.tark., Braiirnrd Cnunly. : Soutti .rn-.T:2: ((22> r. l. same
f II /-. Guardian E.. .nl7 .rd, Chnc.y) PurlnM Mnnth _.._0._ ll-fl a Bwl. Defrnutsnt': Florid. .oil the following' J to.a.5t-it.e Ra. : f"'.rti.. tuaned va..n.. Month ___ ..on It appearlnif bv affidavit appended ta tliebill In Bradford County, Florida' to th* fractional South of Illoek Mi* tl). Raa** I
_____ .. Cm"I.ln.nt 4 fl filed In ti,. annveUtaftuI n. IL I < .1 Hubdlvlloaof
-II n.,. ep| 1 n_ ,.1 tht U il<'heat bidder for caah. to-wlt I none If)I. In Rlm n. Tmnplo'a
,; NTOTICallAll I I nVal, the d.nd.n thereinnamed, f a I 1 Tha South hit of the Northeast quarter of sods t Temple' MIll
O., M. W.d..u. et a ,I An.. .__ 247.IW dent nf .tt of Florida, ,but concealahlmvilf A-atl.n s,.. Town.hln' rtaven (It.) Month, For th:purnm. of psyine l r.rtaln InaVMed- '

Wl, .nona are d II.havlnir"..''. and or dom.....t.lbn.d. .>aln.tth. Bill T. H..... Cloud.0,11,1Itppearln q.M Tilt and Olhiat L lf Warrants!' t. .I.1.118)--------------j.' __ |Ip.11 Mm' and in I. over-th.. lirnceM ave..nnt" _h."Mrved_. yasrelit upon: .Tlnnaa .Tw...ntjr-on. more. f21)ov I looa.Fact end ..entalntnif.Irhty n.Therefore.. nf aald. coo vatate and! pact nf yon and all' oth.') ..

.tate of Sallla M.lphun. deceaMd. era from the ..Iltl the I I; Pal.Sept.. 1..IM$ --- ,-- "-' M...1SDl.trlrt .",In, .th.o-* .thatf reaulnid said, _to I.".do tohe I| Meld ..1.! lo b laid* mad. pursuant deer. .with.d for eoel the.atifactIpn *. I er stint Int.rented sit ather partt bmlnea.c. ulde.rommanded you will th.t.b* '
.. of final *
fbemby required to .nt their claim' .nd of lo r N It- ,
bill| ,. .
empl.'nt filed In on 'le In Stark
.h. c.u. ( bill of.rompl.lnt i.ld B. M. JOHNS ...! spear before me at air *
n.nda to/ th*' rmder,1aTled.' I.. odnrlBhttralor ." "*ico and ..od th .rend.nte.I I retiw.> i.i "fP'4 Murdaf.-thn 2nd'd.. No..' An.. Bpeelal 'In Ch..... 'llrad'ord 'nllnl,. Florida' nn Thursday Utn
of the .... of S.lll. .Mjilohnr.' deeaaMd O. Wooilward.' 4Wua 8u c', Hilda C. : Receipt. Durlna-, 9'1.n\- -_..-. :__ ,. MherwUer .lliw.. .2 said I hill A. S. CREWSSfillellnr Maet.r .,.. ..if nrlnber. A T 192. .t ten o'clock a.
within two year .ooi thiU( o, thl. notice I Sp.rr. Luelut/Wl Ip.rt..uii.h W $parr.: ;I I W".nt t_. Month. _. lldllll '"l! ba tak..i,. IA4. by .aid' diffeJiilanc.It fur Complainant. lO-2-.t-lO-aO m. to allow e."... If any ... .... why I
t and are hereby wrnd that upon failure 'I' W lllnm C.Deennlntf' C.n.l. Bryan We.ley .- t.' lil". .- lt,.H9 'further ordered that thb older boo pub.IliVft I i ..,.1.1| not a-rant the peeper of cald, petltlMi.i .
tM pre.ent aame within amid period they will 1 Vincent' M_. W. Johnson i-W for fhirr-eorMecoXrvo weekS f.N.n under h.nd anti .eel .t B.t.rk.
be] barred .... Air', I. l' \ 3. I [ on. NOTICK or TINAf. DIBCTlARngI I i my f
by 'n""bled. '
.. penaae : John. W. .. I4Iaght.r. Cathllnd A. R../1 1. ____. __. 1 la tbnv CountITeleBCalih.S a aawapaurr I II..".rd Couoi". Florida, this tk* lad 'P <
laid AlI. fa'o"
.te reaureted-ta/ooene \92' n
an IramKHaUly Oravblll John tr"Br.rten and Company.Banuel. I 48. *e ld County t 't..wlt tn. levtomber, A. D, -4MM.-
_. > day t on .
end: ta.k.lettle.' a..nib.rl7tiee".. 'I Th. Ralelnh.. B. .Iluubberd National, Bank Smith of and ltb..-. Warrants. D... ""r.. -Month _-... vubS" V"f I r*.0th. HIS.0. wj.A ALDEEMAN jut I 1 I, '4th d." of November" 192*. I wilt'! prMcnl \ t :.r..O.JrW: f d

t J. C. P P"LJ I I Bal SeptlT !., _----- ------- 4SB.H1fn.tH.1 to the Honorable (lea A. Gardiner a* County IHeJ
dra'I.I .. FVirlfHi
I I I Sol Admlntatrator of th. will U In., If llvinor In and If :I N.|2 ,/ 1 1 CloTh Circuit\ Cairt.Sr .Indue- of Bradford County. Florid'. ., my voof I 1.4. 0 ountv.

V.t5-2 i t-s.24 _..f Still. WeIpiVd..aaaaLMOTICE' \ In rexlataneo .'- h.b. ;, Rat Auc. 1. m _.____.. C, A. KNlGHFUF.ALi chare and final account a* .xeat r of th.i CBHUITOHSN.tlee
I = devlaeeW lent .nd :, R.Mui 7 bonn, -! .1-1. J._ Ut.w. ., Devyty cl.k i last will and testament of Frnlly? D. I KOTICB TO DLWIORAAPIIW) creditor,
I I tbot.1I
.n lh. 1 I no I .., T. \_ lbh.4s A B CflKW.o4lpioiu and oak discharged a* luca .1. hereby flven k.vlne
and all
W' I or o".Uon. I of knwnI ._ foj t leweteee dt.trlbuteee persona
to thM< Fo.l..ubpaonaupon B.I. Sept. 1. -Lte i 24B.I1Dt.trlet "Qt 114 J..0. ...tor. .1,1-- or dem.nri. M.lnet the eatate at HalM
eieatiP Tadltl.l I .da 14 onle the 14th tar of \IIopt.... III&. ".....d. renalred ,
rirealt (... Circuit whom wuul* ll p4 th* sold ., fl.ll .VM. $$4 NOTICE : LOUIS H. HIf.L I Malphure. are
l I..df..d, '-4' ''F. D. Wltkoekl Ora rfcj Leo 'I FJmM&irr.----- 121. r.LS'cl( in prea nt the .m.- duTy eulheollcaUfi lo
oC Canada
r.enty Plorl* aad
WIt RarPiptO TVorlnJ) -._.____ p..4W.rr.nU Saseutur of tb* but Will underalirned wltMa en. war, *r thl. oo "I
i K John.. I k.k'of La.'t. Stat of Louulana.. I 'lowed.l>*rtn. loDtl tie the tir thenit' I.1 law T.MaaMe>a .< Emily D. ..._ liho be held In bar thereIn54 all -per- ,

I ComDlhihtI ,.. .' namd b tb'lnt.roited complainant.ttt ftb that' th* I I Bal. 1; 'l 2 rIU.- 2S1..4 nf th 8late-e .norMa U* bo*rd) .I"bi Ja ..all-.t-IWO 45.55ed. .' Indebted it nald e.t.1 ere required, loI
; V. d.f.ndn' property rx.trl.1 N If j" I Bradford CouoAl. fonrMi.
laid debt to the ex.Mntr
UU< i.jl.h.. I I pav their
Iward thl. and .
.NDlgka.oat aL .omplalnantTiTleVeJ UIf.'ii tsfelT
Invol.d .ult Aui. ___. W held 1(1
.140 4tb uta.
Thl September ,
1 r th.r b. d. --and-fay. 1111.irVaV I I 10.1..Ipt. Durlnlry,Month _.._. ..1.aid.n Bradford wlioclaT tax.**nbot Welvlct NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOB TAX DEED I > ,' CI fQgvr.lA
I .. I I and tkitbornj! abl!. -
f Inquiry '
..h Issued DuHnv Month :11 kn *>4s.5s' eb.s1s.E.v1oilth..q three' di 9..t-II1-AII. KxeMte
I that L. R. Rill -
I to
.ii t. !. ._..0..1.' OM.t TUI.-.4.O.Otloi. lo awtrtaln. whether any of. the'' B.1.J $ept. 1. 1a" -J.b.____ 10,1' ,rlut of two Ib bl1 be eoaaeildatodHa I Marshy Katie VIva aiimbered SI aael rmrnh.nrr 11 I -4 -
.i t er ftUHeT .. _1"1' .n. a* .k 1 I II.,""'N f *. thai three. o .nd _lb. to.inlll.if. of ne aertlfleaUa Bradford i NOTICE TO DIIlTOall.AND. CREDITORS
-1 d.. e. r..rnot I n.l. AIM. 1. 121 _____________ 4B1 MReceld. he-' t.. 's&ld U, ... by the tu oll.tor of eowty. I Notice le hereby Riven that all creditors,
!It anoearlne from the allecatlon.' of th.aorn it. i I. .'$:1 U. bill of complaint. la tile cbov. can*, Jwon I bill- that b* bejlcve* Jr, lb : WillS -No'-iRibee,s....I. ,. \\at\ and hav. mrnfflr elalmc .. .. the Oct..,* of Jon. Hall deceMcd. -
:that the an and _''n.t the ar , la Mid : end hav pplto.llon for to* their.Lima
defemlMi. prepar.,9U 9U ./ __._ of boilIng or hereby reejulred to preeentf
' Edward K Dick...... .Jnbn I P. JJotI.Mph-_. )involved Jn ,this lult. and .I .. .nt.tHet.Nfc" .IT 1. 'InTBradford JTtr the Burpu. ** .i'fo. oW
ii' .. and) C... If Heine sod If iead, thou e 'Jiff VhoM P.skiuTieS ) := ceraPlahi. Ba!. AO.. <1. \ns t-O---- .-. -- w.Recellrt. 1larr.ll HT.y H.*. uW'.aa, aoooloted _rtlflo. Mara** the within One er thIs pntiee will.s"
$o thaI.'"*; ,locuq -aud am.igua I .n'f..1 JI' ,I fvuieuc Konlji I'ttDWamnta k fnllnwln land tn Bradford) ,10'.. riorida In Bar thereto sad all persona r fn In
are au end tlr.1 oo p.rau flu lalait ..b..k. DDk.. lest,.;? Tnirtr :::: 'II Mpv.rdr.fX -p111riS.For -holdlna Mid / In tiff- district: assessed at th* .M of the l 1.11..r MM* Said' Estoin aa reauired ta vac- their .Id

the :' of FlorMa. knonvn t* Mwipl.ln.nt, t firm and corpnratlon al1 i L Seat, 1. 1524 .tb- --- ''M.'lIM.trlrt LicU K. M- !. i. L.W'* Bofua1fodireT wtlftoate .lartho name, K .|. &If to tile laid Admlntatrator "\iwtra.a '
tb* &-a> nhpoeo. onox-whom would I -r- URrHJRB .1 I* la .rr- tbafc !< p..1 r F ft*. l I IBal. : buasetsiP. I 1.fur art forth uwlttC.rtlftoato 'Tttl. Irti day 01 "IIihRA\ '
bind thai! Mid' .Jefendante. and that lt.totw-", _no llama sad ..Uo. named l la Ihf A OB. 1. IMS ; ;'l"u. :.tloa. I. dMrlett No. cl embraces Bee. at North. u.
I Rev.d by the enmolaln.nt that th. named If Ifvlnrr. 6i .. and If;d T> ,$*-.During. Month-- --_ -- 8.,For "beidInu_$ LU / .|Zit *. P.Law. ... .t 8o Jhwe.t ouarter of Kouttneeetanortvr .4. tit.I 1)0. Admlnlotralo..
ffcfeadaau are Intereated .In th. property Invjlv or not in ."ten. ell penon etabnlna any at.rit'' '1__ Orla.. laonth __ ,14 and rm K4<9 ft. B tM .Ia ft. W -
apDolnted manag.r.
d ta ttato-t.R. sue eonplitnant ..Ibnre Irmvwj by .r throwh tbs .. I L .s" spa thav'aibaol 440 ft. H 1 1M It. to be..' belnir part of a i NOTirH nil SPROAI, L.nrllL..n6"f
that b. doea.aot aow cad by dilleMnl' eearcbad efureeatd .. not la _- a.tb.rwkw J B.I JI 19T';-t.'--- ,' Tb..lechca. shall ko .. 49 .... known a* lot (I. IS. 1. SS In Wood- i H.reby-jiifiUra kt .-.. laS at the eveclal we-
I'* Inquiry .. not been abl. to qinrt.lnwhether : ..o...lfprtw>nk '_" I l. ynipthi m'l I II "I.esek 'of Cbs 4h.. \e. lawn, Be,. U.' Two. S. amerk Honir* f* COM.iu 'I "'". nf She .f.l.tur. of the flt.t. of Flpr

any of tili)+,.....,NthoM p..!. em |r.*d' t b I fnuNTyrutiDvoaD. ;S ; J' Obafrmanti. ? aer *. 'aoMerf a._ 'Emma C ..... id* to b* holden durlnv lbs month of rta
dene. I* shroud a.".. |f. dead .r alKnr.nd ",-'"."d' ro--eompUln rhl "at-I -'all j I" r.ritfle.f. Hat m __ I.te M. M. IfI .emh.r. A. D. letS Mil"I be 'Introduced
It J .11.. by the complainant m hie whoM ... I Ia alleced aa.known .reel-i J eeftIfp. V.. furatoins lutat. B. ruWiHa". I *r Sooth .art** .P.Southwest a..rIce ,-4ffnti for-'th.. .IP UM ...< *nlane>menti
;, I
: I
worn bill o( aqpipliiln't, tUt he behove* there dencef\ that I meat dlabucsam.oti ofuh1 K". 5 lot :.t and W by Ul 0-il ft. M i of uh. powers and dutl.-.x.f,th. Board, -f Bond 4I
,.r* perfone IntKrem ra'; said prnperty hfttolvtd Bnaebc ''n=: .n* daiBilbd I .-"' 'I d r".e. r.II. FOB TAX and H In tn Northweet Cor. of am.. Section.I :I Tri.tae. of flrBflfm'd Connty. Florida antnart.i -
la ,.. .. ._ n.m. and .... sod fytnw and III I 'ir' AiM hu.I tr' "OTc Of .A LICLATION 1'._ 4 Sooth Ran** ta Eset, II acre. I i elnr sat _e*."..!.... to.rd .. .Hlld. II
Mho .t nit hnswts.f*. tad'. .'$t I DEED UNDEtt BECTlb THE h... bonds. In a earn not to .<
n>'doll".nle_ tcP C."t'. .1 .Hound Wm. H- ParUo.IMIeeo M to
*ad la ad, bill relief |I.' ", ...tnet'tusk!:t::I :.r1' : 'Ir !"'f I: j IO = I- I "t.. ''IoaK RvT, laid ..rtlfl.. shell b* redeemed: ., eeed Foar II.... FlIt Thr>u.ajld IXill.r*

loown and aakaowa tenon, firm or cor tb South bait of Southweet q. .I mH aocordln to ... laS 4fee aeration.. t and A P. I'M*. Mill'' 50.4 i* tMrj'ff 1Pe4'nCeuItL." and
I Itii ,1 Squire the Utb dapof October.
RoI.d. .1 Nor" q.. or APH.ICATIOV roil hereby riven that purI on
1| THErtEFORfj. It I to ord-ired that all.jwr.ean er of q. I dOlED VVDER Ill Or T.B |( I I *hM'.'c' No.) d.ted th* Wltiivai my official .I..n.t"ra l and soul! ibis ''r t' BerialTa IH..t i.ri uaaied* P al If l 4 =lerb ld.we .
*. flrm ,nod Tjerpnoatloaa, ...'id Ithta and the Lout half of Northweet fHoielliWe.t .' rI IICOr of Crfl.t. 1814. filed said ". nh day .f .ptesnh.r A. tJ. V.213terk te
4d.r. It .. ... an.rtar'.iarrtll : '\ J I I Ilk day M' toP bond hose 1ft llvini In .n *, and If <. tct T. J.A&.T"qTa "I rrHfleate .d he* sppltoa.I ft. W. ,4"Dtr." .
:W la sxlatn.s. all penou. *Ulmina\ant 'Te. (31) .Ka.e .ont.lnJnr :,. I Noilee lejnjreby '.orehaero I tloo for ta I deed my om la wits Clrenlt Court. Brad. "-,"v.'I01).' I wkttlh1'
Iu. .
by. nndor or;tarown' tnJde4AfS T.Twti.hin'81.* T CerrM. I. lf. .. rollowln ford CotrntrJBf Florid..
t.r' lut. 1..Q | lorould, dnciM.d on otbwwto cod all! P.V .. awre or I Annul. Coun'ty C, A. II'MIO 1'1'1'
Ith day at :. Isle. bo file* ..Id I _bed properly. In Bradford S. 111. "on"
.p.whoa, .. anda -. .-neho 4b1 I (Se.|> .TMpaty.CWrk.tUtlel .
.. nxlile.t. affle sod Florida, ta-witt .
.. .- f. hoc mad 0-It 5.-I, if Rpprearntaife 8'a4.C '
,. *1LIsdsauakoowaS.ou..taia.aM.p .!.f .! lIce Car 1,.,axe ,J. ......-..K...1.-' South .JM-thlrd ., t Tnra uarti.S at *-. ,____ -._ -.-< .j -


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i 1 tut of any. money In the state tnt book fond, See, U. Tlw board of CMmmlMlonera of
erection' : of now edifice hereinafter provided.. state Inatituttomi U hereby authorised. and and high wages have hit the average at only half the expense of buying* S

Bradford County TelegraphPublished See. 7. The SUM superintendent of public empowered. to procure such Insurance on any farmer pretty hard. Where formerly tractor.
Plant pity-City vobea $410,000, Instruction shall. keep a record of allbooks book.. purchased" under the provlaiona off thlAct. the work done it
I xiperlntendental was by man power Thero are a number of maehlnjs
delivered the county
I 1 to aa It be able
for municipal improvements. i may to Droeure and mm
| ] public Instruction of each county. under It mar. deem advisable to procure. mod any. l is now being done by machine power badly needed in Florida farming; that

'9! weekly and entered as I :the provisions ofh" Act as shown b7 ..""n.. ...."'.0. to any such Insurance shall or it is 1 : being done by man power at a might well be bought and used cooperatively
at the poet Clearmont-Real estate sales in this 'receipt to the state superintendent of publie .be paid out of the state text book. fund h...-
second class matter I' of high cost. Some of them
I Instruction by the county uperinundent In provided for by. warrant baud tar thostato are manure
n' office at Starke. Florida. section for month of August, reaches I publla Instruction .*' herein provided of for.pus comptroller and eou..te......... bv' tbo Gun Weeks: and I have owned a spreader, corn harvester, pea huller,
; million-dollar mark.CHAPTER s.. 8. The county Governor.Sec. .
s'" la this. state tractor together for two spraying outfit, traction plow lime
a:===---- --- lie Instruction of each county 1ft. Anv lose occasioned. by the ..*.- j i years now.
L .. MATTHEWS..___ ___________ _... shall upon receipt of any. book of. this deliveredto Act lab carelessness or failure of tbo auntyauperlntondeot I I Apd we find tht it is a great labor I and fertilizer distributors, potato
under the provision
-. I. C. BOBINSON___. _.Msnsgln. ....... 10284-(No. 28511. deliver him to the principal or teacher In charge Inclpal or teacher of public In sharer.'no.ruetlon.. of any.or school any I' saver. It helps us to get our land digger: stalk cutter, grain drill, pea-

AN ACT to provide fur the furnlshUn by of any school In the county the proper. number ta aueount for said book. or failure to comply prepared and our crops planted on nut picker, mule clipper, cement tile
the Slate of Florida\ of free text books for ol book required rsj each grade of the with .1
UM provisions this
of Act shad block
machine road
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY the .... of the pupils In the first six$ j first six grades. for use In the school of ntltlo Uio ...te to brine suit for lb. rooovory time. We have always arranged our or drag cane
of the publla free schools In the | which said principal or teaabcr. baa charge, of the amount of sold loss or .ass..I I work so that each could have the use mill, hay press, concrete mixer, silo
-_. .- ---- lorlila. Sal to provide for the levy and of a tax for said purpt.nd appioprlatlnii .,*.. *. The principal or teacher In chargeof toted under the provUlona of this' Aet shall
SUBSCRIPTION RATE tho amount ao collected on account any. school. shall upon receipt of any books ko brought In the name of tho SUU of floe !! rush season, and It has been no great This is a considerable! list, and if

__________ I1-60 of asks lax levy tot the payment. oi delivered to him: or her under the provisions I I Ida and any. amount by. reason of inconvenience to either of us. Yet every farmer had all of them he

Per Year _________ said text books nad other expenses herein of this Act d'strlhut' for book ao received such, suit shall be plod to tho credit of the
provided' fur and providing penalties for rte to th* In the first six grads of the I .tat. test book fund herein provided for. my farm is not lar"fI enough to Justify needs, it would be very expensive for

; Six Month __________________. 110 union of this Alt. '. school :rplhl said principal. or taeherat. So. IT. Any. couiary blanks roquirod the expense of a tractor for uso him to buy them by himself. However
Be It F.nsrud by the Leilslature. el the Pea ." have charge, 'or to tile parent guardian I I I for ....."n. la aarryina. into sliest tho
--- al Florldai i or other person having charge of said. pupil ,, provisions of this. Act shell. bo prescribed only on it. and neither is Gus Week's.Each I they are not so expensive whim
election 1. From and after the first day er pupils, a* In the opinion of said prln.clpal l and furnisihed by. the atato auparlnUndont of of us has the use of the tractor bought and used cooperatively.
,j( July. 10-0. .11 text book. wnich have or teacher may. eem best and tabs public inatruetlon. and the axpenaa thereofi
been or which may hereafter .be adopted. for recelpta for all book. *o dillvcred or dtotrlbuted. ,i charged' to tho atato teat book fund honln
oil .in tho first six ..aII.. In tho. publla I i;!, provided for and paid by the warrant of the -
fret schools In the Stste of Florida. shall Be.. ID. All books purchased. ender the stag oomptrollar and oouatanlaned by. the Coal 8trlKe |
I be. furnished by the State of Florida. ., the provisions' of this Act shall be the property. i Governor. i The Order Winch Started Great a
jxpiet of the Btat, for the UM of the of the Slate of Florida, and when distributed 8.o. IS. That for the purpa..f creating ,
pupil of such public free schools In such. to the pupil a* provided for In this Act a apealal fund to bo known aa the staUj
dl .,:[railm, ...hp..nta or guardians are residents they shall be merely "loaned toh.* pupils of. j text book fund for the purpose of oarryinir -
or tax payers of the State nf Florida, me school while pursuing the course of study out the proviaiona of this Act, thor
and the board of commissioners of atate Institutions therein and are to .be returned at the end hall bo levied. and collated upon all ......-*
of th. Sta'e of Florida constlulinic !- of the term or at any. time any. child shall ablo property. In the StaU of Florida for the Lewis of UMVttfUx
the atat, school book oomml.\\ and the same la hereby empowered the school. term of such. school : and said pupil ,I a IDa of throo-fourtha of ono mill upon ) Mine Withers handling eke
and reeled' to enter Into a contract. or eon- *, or psrent. guardian or other person 1 the dollar; provided that If at any time eider to a meamnf which resultrt {
No. 4934 11'.... with any publisher or publiahera of having charge of aueh pupils: are held responsible after the year 1026 the Governor shall dii- walkout of 180,000 anOirldU -
bonks, for the period. of time for which any : for any loss, drstrnctlun, cover that the full amount. of thren-fourth of In the '
(Membership in National Highwaj broke have been adopted or may hereafter damage er failure to return, at the. end on. mill upon tho dollar .la not neeeaiary. miners the-MKeit strike
AiioeUtion) .be. ndonted. under the uniform school book of the school. term or at. any. tim ..... child to carry out the provisions of this Ac hofa In the history of mining.
.._ ---- -- laws of the State of Florida. for. furnishing shall stop attending school If before. tar hereby. authorlaed. and empowered to caner
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l( I .-- -. -. -.-. such books aa bav been or may. hereafter end of the school, term to the principal or the mUlatro to be levied for any. year for
be adopted for use In such grade under teacher In charge of the school which said the purpose of earryltttr. out the provUlona
FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL the uniform school book lawa of the fitate pupil or pupils are attending, any book losnsd of this Aet to bo reduced aueh reduction
REVIEW of Florida. such contract or contract to be to. said pupil or pupils under the provision however not to .bo ao great a* to cause 111Ir.
i let at the expiration of any. extollng contract of this Act. and In such cas said, any. drf''elrney. to exist. In the amount neccaaary "I
S e e upon competitive. bidding afar adver- pupil or p.r.nIIu.rdl.n or other person to carry. out the provisions of this Act. ,
taom.nt..king for sealed bids have been having charge at said pupil shall be required 1 All taxis herein provided for are to bo eels
\ West Palm Beach Entire lengthof published In pooh manner and for. such lengthof to pay the purchase price thereof to the 1 lectfd by. the state and county. tax collector
time and at such ptneee as may. be deemed county. superintendent of oubllo Instruction of tho various count) of the State of Flor- '
Dixlo highway across county, vo i advisable by' the said board of commission. who shall pay the same to the stag trsasurer. Ida at the time of collecting. other state t"
be widened, at cost of 000000. ore of state Institutions, aonstiPullnif" the end the said amount. shall be placed (....... and are to be paid Into the .. treaa1 F' a
1 state school. book commission and It hall to the credit of th. stats text book fund 1 ..,." and 10 much thereof. .. is necessary t"e
j be atloulated in every. contract entered. Into herein provided for.Sec. to carry out the provision of thin Act U
Safety Harbor-St. James Hotel to under the provisions of thi Act between 11. Every principal or teacher In 1 hereby appropriated for such purpose.
have new $250,000 addition. the board of commissioner of state Institu.tlona. charge. of any. public free school In this 1 Sec 19. All law or partM of laws fn !
constituting the slat achool book commission state shall upon the return to such tcscher conflict with the provisions of thin Act are
and any. publisher or publisher to of principal' of books as heroin provided hereby ronea I ed.I .
Boco Raton Contracts 'totaling whom any. contract shall be let under the for. Issue a receipt. to the pupil or parent. I See. 20. This Act shall take effect Immediately ... ,
$7,000,000awarded for construction provls ons of this Act, that If at any time guardian or other person having .h..... of upon Its passage. .and approval by the
during the life of said contract any. book aid pupil for the book *o returned and I Governor or upon becoming a law without
work here. I or book. therein Included shall .be old at a shall ..."" 11... all sack books to the countysupsrlntendsnt his approval.
t lower price by said puhllslwr. or publisher. of public Inatruetlon. and the 1 Approved May 28. 1921.
I Lako Wales-New $25,000 grape than la designated In such contract. the said. county. supnrintsnitent of pithl. Instruction.
lower price shall Immediately become. the shnll thereupon receipt. to said principal or COOPERATE IN BUYING
", fruit factory to be built. price of sueh book or books to the State of teacher In eharg of any school for the book.! dry r, ci"i'
I r Florida, and the board of commissioner of so returned to the said county. superintendent FARM MACHINERY: AND
TltusvDle-County courthouse he- stale institutions, constituting the state school of public InstructionSee. I BETTER EQUIPMENT E 'errt
book commission i Ia hereby authored and 12. tlufore re-Issuing any books r*.
ing enlarged, at cost of $730,000.:; directed at any time said board may. find turned to the county. supsrlntendent of pub I -
that any. aueh book or book have been sold 1'e' Instruction under the provisions of this | That "good equipment makes a
at a lower any slate county' school Aet, at t* Clermont-New hotel to be co.1 district I or city I .I-the United Slates t' or to school term the county superintendent of i good farmer better, !has come to be A TII

tructed here. any' person firm or corporation. to sue upon public Instruction. shall cans all sueh hooks i accepted as true. That It will, if properly -
the bond herein provided for and recover the 'i be fumigated and the cost nf said fumi- used make a good farmer out cfa
difference .between ration I f. hreby made char.. aiminst ,
Keystone-Now G. S. F. Railway the contract price ..001.n.1 a proper
the 'lower price for which they. find the the state text book fund herein provided for poor one is also true. ---- -- -- -

4 station to be constructed.Fort book or books h... been sold.. end. shall be raid, tr the atati comptroller I MUCH of the machinery and equipment ... _
a see f. Any. publisher or publisher to by warrant eounteralgned. bv tho Governor
Pierce New subdivision whom any. contract shall be let under the upon" approval rf account therefor. by. the needed on the average small "
provisions of this Act. shall he. reuulred to board. of eommlaalnners of state, InBtltutlons. farm U not thero: baca-rce: cf tho high
Country Club Estates, to be opened : give bond In such amount as the said .board. constituting. \ the state school honk commission. first coat and also: because the J. R. DAViS r & CO.
season -
I' o' enmmlnelonere' of .t.. Institutions con The failure of the county superintendent -
I Winter Park-Twenty-eight ne'v stltutlng the state school book commission, of public Instrnct'ort! to have said booksf'ttnlpsted in which the implements! can oe
shall deem advisable, but shall be deemed a mtademeanorand .
In a sum not '-. used is generally a short one. howl -
dwellings under construction. than ten thousand dollars, payable. to the punished as such. under the law of the
State of Florida. the amount. of said bond State of ,I j ever, a number of ua'.l! farmers will INSURANCEAGENCY
g More than 01,000\ carloads fruit to be fixed by the board of commissioner 1.1 The provisions of tk'Act ullall /CO in together and guy some of the
of state Institution, constituting the not In any way be sonst-ied. to prohibit any
j and vegetables shipped, out of Florida i More expensive tipc.cnt needed:
school book commission, conditioned for the'' pupil or parent guardl or other person ,
: during shipping season, September faithful: honest pact' performance' of having ehsre of a pupil In any of the | they will be able to get just as good ESTABLISHED 1886
said contract, ndntb. said bond: shall: IUo I IIh. eludes specified from ourehaslnv and owning
1 1921 to July SO 1925. I
;ti .. provide for the payment of reasonable at- such book a* may. bar been adopted'or I equipment as the larger farmers, and I
10m...'* fee In case of recovery In any. cult use In such grade In the nublie fro ''to make it pay for itself many times
d Halnes City-Flan* proposed for upon tlw. act The surety. en such, bond ernoole and .. mar be necessary for the STARKE FLA.
constructing new apartment house on shall be a guaranty or surety company. .... nee of said pupil at contract price as made over.This ,
t I thorlsed by the laws of the Slat* of Flor. between any. publisher' nr publishes and the is coming to be on age of machinery -
Luke Eva. Idii. to do Dullness In the State of Florida. board of commissioners. of atat institutions. I in farming well as in other -
Provided however, that said .bond. shall. not constituting thr state school. .honk commls.slon. .
0 : Lee -Plans forming for paving b. exhausted by a single, recovery. but may : i lines of business Scarcity of labor '"
1 be sued. upon from time to _
twenty-five streets. time until the' -- ----- ---- -
f full amount thereof shall .be recovered, and ------ --- ---- -
.1'1 the said board of commissions of
state In.
bIfi': .t Winter Haven-Plans prepared for stitutlons constituting the state school book About 'ouzffealtft i, -
new yacht club building, to be communion, may, at any. time, after giving ;
thirty darn1 notice, ''
require additional secur..
.f. t erected at Lake Eloise. Its. or additional .....nd. The farm nt .?. _
bond or bonds, contract or contracts- :-under;'-
Tarpon Springs-$1,186,000 Improvement the provisions of this Art .hall be prepared ride

r program\ under way. the and State approved of the attorney general of 6ahlesvllie, WILSON Co Flo

?. a. On or before .h. first day. "f Ma,. Things You'ShouldKnow
Leesburg-City limits to be extended 192K. and the first day of May of each and

to 7 1-2 square miles very year. thereafter, th. county euperlnten. I IY i
dent of public instruction. of each county
In the Stair' of. Florida shall .
prepare a list
Jacksonville--1,350,000 gallons tur giving the names of all text book and the
I "1' factoring plant opened hero. number! of each necessary for the puplu of r
the first *lx grade of the public free schools i Fall FestivalThe :

L Jacksonville 350,000 gallons turpentine of the sueh state county superintendent., and shall of file public said list insert with i i Style

shipped from this port red lion on.or before the first day of
cently. IMS. and the fiat day o f June of .h'.J: : lilt tlllJoha
very year thereafter. Th county. euperln-

LakoliiVU-Contract let at $1.250- In tendent Ihs State of publla of Florida Instruction shall of on each or county before. ) Oa .... "Il Lasl Week of This Great Event '.

000, for constructing 40 miles high- the the first day' of nay.. """. ....rt.ln from -
principal of each school In the .
in Polk county .
way County. the number of book. owned snd* used. by. The Table Your FoeOf i l
each pupil In the first six grades during the
Movmt Dora-New $150,000 institution school year 925.18: that may be used by. such. A great Sale of
!Mount Dora Bank &: Trust pupil In the grade In which each, pupil may. the many sins against right SALE of f SILK DRESSES
y Je> enrolled for. the school. year of 1029-S7. living overrating is perhaps thf '
Company locates here.
Each principal shall record such data '' COATSFall
blanks to be furnished. by. the tate on chief, especially in cases of IncU- - $200,000 cafe to be tendent of public Instruction and file superin two victuals. In whom age has laid Ita I and Beautiful Wool Frocks

constructed East I oople* thereof with the county' superinten restricting hand on bodily activity. Style I Festival 1 Price
on Broadway. dent
of public Instruction ene of which Many men have retired from bullI|I

Zolfo Springs::$100,000 bond issue I eople the county shall. superinlendunt be kept on file of In pubs th.. office Instruc of ness, only to Inaugurate a system These Dresses are an excep- 3 3Pure g ,:;j $29.50 .

voted, for paving streets In business principal hon and the' .u.h other school copy delivered to the of dietary that if an infinitely I tional Value, purchased by our tJ
for "" .""""I Wr worse burden. In such eases, a 18
section.! UUS-IVllT.> The county superintendent of pub protein or, proteins, become the I Buyer, while in New York, Es- SECOND FLOOR
Instruction In preparing his. lint c books
to b. furnished invisible foe. "Baked bean. and for this Sale
Panama City-City plans $150- to the state *uprntend of pecially Our Customers tell us these
public 0
instruction In
u this section hereintefore are heavy protein
000 paving program.BrooksvilleThird. mentioned., shall. eliminate few said food. Fresh meats are laden with Coats are the Greatest Values
\ list such. books. as may be used. by such ..... Values I up to $25.00 ,.
), new hotel to be pil" m the grade la which.. they will be en protein. Highly-seasoned food in Florida.
: rolled for In. school year 1..1.2ai'mi owe their evil effects to protein in
built h'!re, at cost of $150,000. tar report shall be died with in. county- excess. Enough for you to know, I!

superintendent of public Instruction la each. that protein Is stimulant and U : Thread Chiffon VANITY BOXES AND Boyds' Extra QualityCORDUROY
j Sebring-Ilighlsnds County to county by the principal uf the schools I
) have new $3oOOOO: > courthouse, according such. euuuty. on er belur. the first day. oi in pushed, a dangerous Intoxicant. I Ii i HOSE BEADED BAGS

f to announcement day May ol bl .each...... 'and..11. every and year. bunks after. toe first Age brings in many people, tor- I i
1 any owned Values
bx to $2.50
/ $1.95
1.1.1 of the eliminating channel. of
I: any pupil la soy of the' first six grad. that por I $1.19 98c
I Harnes Oity- New subdivision, My be used in auy succeeding year so. .,.. the body. Obstruction and over- I I

Lake Pierce Farm., to be developed. be rurnuuied eliminated (rum the. list al boos. to be Oipply of food become a dead. $1.29 lend Base Beaded Bag and all Genaiae Beyd'a c...."",. |e .. ... -
-- to the state superintendent of puollc enemy. Stupor after meal., I'' Latb.r Vanity Boies.Childrens' .. eheoae freak .
: Instrucuoa by. UM
:: : county"
:' Winter Haven-White way lights of pubhe tnetrueuoa.8e n.... hardened arteries, heightened I t

I installed in Kenilworth Park subdi 4. 1 bat ..... elate uperlateodeal ol blood-preesare, aatointoxieation Pointed. .uP.Silk......talffea... re-eafarced H_ All tee Three' Quarter 36.lnch11 i":
pubu I fine thread
+ vision. Mill list insuueiioa Ol iMJUS snail upon tee receipt ol. apoplexy, not a very enticing ... SOCKS PONGEE
Item toe '
j lenuent of countwwnn chapter. Many :fatal eases of :,
pool* Instruction of : :
Boca Raton-New Rita.Carlton Hotel order me vuliiwner or publisher each with aouniy wnuw. breie hemorrhage aa be traced to 36-in. Unbleached 39c 75c ,.

to be constructed at cost of t4 contract* have uvea mac .e heretofore- ".... ".....U".. People just won't stop
000,000. sue add* aunty fur ,....taia "'... to forward to *... and think That neighbor of yours, MUSLIN All Cole,. Roll Tcp. Seek farChildren Genain. IS Were. Pengs BesralarII.JJ

two UM book. e.inwuueul sawn .by. said 01 Jut pared uutrue. that died suddenly of paralysis at >e* t. u. Quality. Quality.Irvine .
to be
Winter Ilaven-New (30,000( business !- Ki for UM in tat particular aunt la* sixty eIghiy-eai he should have lOc

block to be con tructd on East publisher. er eubliohere. shall. prepare dupli lived he lived right I

Central Avenue. ease Invoice. or .bills fur the book. a* ahloped. Within the put year, I have L-L Uableaehcd Skcetla- 16"Happy Home" House Dresses
laeaea WM
on thereof *
copy to be mailed to the. stale known of a hauiot men found
i s'' Orlando-Tbie- ; superintendent of public Instruction al Tal dead la bed after eaten a VERY EXCEPTIONAL VALUES-
place to have new lahassee and the other to the 51-inch All Wool I
l ; auditorium seating more than 4,000 intendent. of public.aueta.. county to white super the heavy six-o'clock dinner, and retirelug Considering; the well known quality

t .books ar* eaipped.See. ''in good health and spirits." TWEED SUITING and the high standard: of "HAPPY

Vero Beach-:Tract land west of .. Th.* county superintendent at putt Will we never take warning T Increased i HOME": Styles you have never been

here, containing 53 square miles, purchased li. Instruction of each. county shall mornlvaipa blood-pressure U a symptom : $1 .48 offered a greater money saving opportunity 9 7
of any shipment of book.
by Miami syndicate for $5- to him under the made of protein poisoning. Lessen women will be wise to get C
w provisions of this Act,
the amount of protein and it fail. aid Ble* *alxtre. *. All .*r*
000,000. cheek, the same with. the Involc or bill wGGray here early tomorrowThe -
rendered therefor and If the .b' lDOtl. la In Serious disease of the kidneys may fint selection affords the best

Risslmmee-New theater building accordance with th* Invoice. or kill be shall be traced to the banquet-table. $2.95 and $3.23; Quality choice.
... the Invole.. bill and Over-work doesn't deserve half the J
and 40-room( hotel under construction. "p. o. forward the ......--.. Jv
? I oa.... to the state eopertntendent of publl blame it gets, while the Innocent- FLAT CREPE '
4 Instruction together with a receipt for th* looking sugar-bowl, the seductivemincepie 40-in.i : Pebble 40-in. All Silk Crepe ,

i Jacksonville---Duval Shoe Factory ,: books so received.of ....." Him Instrvrilon rNrv. shall eoe lace iryenpertntenifent and the) rare beefsteakare $2 69 CAN $1.69CREPE MO03.45\ W

at Main and Monroe Streets' being I the boots foe use In wrttte and *e.T.i schools. working their bavoe. ,I i '

i remodeled, at cost 110000.. 1 owners re. ,.. Next Whets- .....,.. 12." t* ILlS Quality- Silk leillsr U Beeaajsara Clii> I Be7 r...ra jallty Certain MeesgkrwPhone
tae stat* suiN.-Frilenit.rit (*f flnnIfe -
InetnwMn .>,," noon eelTtS to' 'h. snmwe I flat Crca. fall Cetera Crepe 4S..aeae* Wi....

Winter n.ven-St. Faul's Episco- Inve1- or W1 i.r-w'...... for w. leel...e> TVs Stoeaaclft Red BeejsV i I IF YOU CANT BUY WHAT YOU WANT. AT HOME BUY IT FROM US
pal Church purchases $11,400 site on lOt tQ% eel and nf the reefnt of tae _
tv .n*>eTrfiten.s.M nf nnWIeM I.n f.w
r First Avenue and Briggs Street for .* K* Ve. present p.m. ti. tho _... .f
iwttsfcme.. tf state hMtttitfon e+wtt>..,.
Tke o..w'hat Oeee fM Affect Tie deal. tea. rfce ...... sefcrtnl hack ee>r-Msst. n *nf> Cold. Cause Ubrlp cad Influenza 1st. Floor 109 Wilson Co.Phoae 2nd. Floor 319xGAINESVILLE
** asal, and when snni| Jooo tae .Iot M.ed :
Bereiuao of It* tonfe and .laxative) ...... LAXA- sf rei nw* of Herr l.wttr'ttnso, the LAXATIVE: NCOMO OUNWl! t.1aIeta reesoTLsr !
fIVE BKOMO QUININE' !: (._.> ran .bo taken em cnel bbe eVIrvetol to tfctro'ter ..... wm.m iM .at eslron. 'Bus.Qufos. The University City
+ be sjayoM with....' rauslnsl a.rvutsnw.ripaa t w.... shaTI _i warden t_he B. W. GKOV&V3 dawn* .hell Ma,
1 aslBefeeaO. &.wVUjeieaaturaoabaa.\ jua. *ne>nter.le eJ nr the Governor and ftaTbM ..I



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