Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
November 20, 1925
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879. Subscription-I'er Year. $1.50; Six Months 7.:>c.-Payable In Advance. E. S. Matthews Owner.

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,, '"Educational Week Being Armistice Day Address : Preparations for Opening I

1 I Observed Here by School -. (By Dean H. R. TYew/er) I Canning Plant Being Made t I

The following address was deliveredin and vital significance of the day. Only I'

'ducation Week is H.being observed BRADFORD Starke by Harry R. Trcssler, A. M. the magic of love can make a day Imi i CENTENNIAL: =' AND=' llyslop and Son, of Burlington, Ontario i I''
the B.
thin week in S. under the
of Mrs. T. J. LL. B., Dean of the College of Law mortal. Love is the greatest thing in HOME roMINK:' DAY Will Have Factor Ready I '
direction: Alderman Bradford, Nov. O.Irs. A. B. University of Florida.I The the world; and 'grater love hath no ;
liy Januur
of Education for the WoJItiIIn's )
t chairman j Boney, of Montbrook, was the guestof address was so highly appreciated l by man than this that a man lay down Sunday', November the 1.111.l; WH-

:, Club. The Florida Federation Mrs. W. H. Harrel Thursday. his hearers that by request It la now I his life for his friend.' War has exacted |a great day' at the Baptist church |
all schools to observe this Work was started this. week
requested Cephus Harrel, of Waldo, was published in the Telegraph. the supreme sacrifice and, as 'known as the Ward City church, alUrooker. put'I

;,'1 week with suitable educational leetures ,the guest of friends and relatives "April 6, I'Jl'i, the ouited State the Cross on Calvary, must be accorded The day hud been advertised ling condition thu canning plant in first( class. i
after standing idle for
A';,(. etc. I here Saturday and Sunday. War turning the the supreme significance. 'as Centennial and Home Coming [Day I several I
entered the World ,
'I'' The
f vjttMdnday: morning at general years. owners, llyslop andSifri :
' exer. Mr. :Mrs C. J. Crews were and' a suitable prog-urn arranged' also -
and ,
democratic Institu- An incident( related Ernest Ham1m .
Iminene defeat of by of
Burlington, Ontario
/:-e1 se"11': '. L. Wyman talked on the purchasedthe
bountiful of
choice food
';/'Constitution: of the United States, and visitors to Alachua Thursday afternoon tions into \ :. i.y America came to 1 Abbott illustrates this point. He a und supply I plant I"veralmonthll ago and their
prepared brought for the dinner.
', ,' ;onJ'Tuesday' Dr. H. A. Tucker gave I the war und the war came to America was goipg\ to view the obsequies of an plans. for this season culls fur placing
Mrs Dave Dukes, of Worthington in unknown soldier The church building, a credit tu II .
school address "These were great days, great i iwork"In brought over the present buildings und
the an on patriotism. ,
Springs, was visiting friends and In France the little town, had never been dedicated, I
The Teacher and the School" was the heroism, in sacrifice, and ] by Olympia, fumus as Dew- In shape for handling grapefruit,
relatives here Tuesday. I drawn together the battle of iso the dedication service was also a
Thomas faith. All classes were i ey's flagship at Manila.A i oranges and strawberries. Some
of Rev. Hanson's address new
abject -
feature of the diiy. The church hat (
Luther Harrell motored to Starke
on Wednesday morning.!'. Thurs I by a common danger. Speaking window wax opened and there stood been >machinery will be shipped In during

*,, day afternoon at three o'clock. Dean Saturday afternoon. I generally, the scholar loft the hulls: I the sligat figure of an old woman. I 1| in 1 thu Central Association until i,the next few weeks! and installed for .
Mr. and :Mrs. Drew Dukes and daughter recently when tho Central dissolvedand
of the School of learning, exhorted the people to "Whit all is going!( on here? she handling the fruits.
Norman, of Education i
Gracie Lee, of Worthington i 1 the Brooker church came into the
,' greater efforts, and instructed them n i iI asked. 'I've been alone sick and I've
' University of Florida, spoke on Con | Mr. D. A. llyslop, mho! U here' \
Springs were the guests of friends and i technological activities. The church i seen the people pausing and I've River Association. I Rev, Abe sup.
.5, serration and Thrift. Friday morning i Crosby and Mr. R. F. Lewis 'ermtendinir. the work, stated Wednes
relatives here Wednesday. I'lifted' ; a clarion cry to duty, comforted wondcrod what all is !going on.' I fatherof '
Rev. C.o'. Star lies addressed the au- W. li. Harrell and Lee Harrell, of called :Mrs' John Shrlvi-r, were the founders day that for this season they would
dience on the subject of Know your Jacksonville visitors to Gaines- ;, those who were upon to giveI "Abbott told her the people were of the church. {only handle, tho strawberries' from
were death
, School. I their loved ones to untimely {gathering to greet the body of an un- ''this. section
The oranges
. I Centennial grapefruit'being
villa Tuesday. battle lift- serrnifi was Jl1'l.ltch"llI |
.Saturday there will be a teachers' :Mr.' and :Mrs. W. II. Harwell; and and on tho bloody fields of In j known soldier' 'That seemed to satisfy by Dr. J. J. Bullen, and the work of ''I Ipioneer shipped In bulk from the citrus. :
)t the of faith to dying
' association., in the school building and'onsof ,daughter, Lucille, were visitors to ,cd word cross of Reverned Charles eyes.Vaughn her, Abbott writes, 'but my own I Baptist In Florida briefly growing sections below hero, where I Ithl'Y
the subects under discussion willbrtHealth. I I the answer set me wondering. These are sketched can secure clean, bright fruit !
Alachua Friday afternoon. I{tin hear the general attitude und the need of thu present
1918 we
the very people that, we are told and The of this
.emphasized in Dr.' Bullen's. growers section will finda
:Mr.' James Crews was a visitor toi I''of' Christian 'Some for most
; the ministers are requested ( people: say pray we know, hate war. And yet would ready market for of
forceful disposing their!
New River, last Thursday. I I for style. He also dedicated the
[ on the subect of God and II I I peace, but I say fight victory. they have gathered to greet tho church. surplus strawberry crop ufter the
Mr. and :Mrs. John Brooker, were i
I'I I I Some say talk peace, but I say act war. body of one who hud died in tho mineto |'niuin
\ Country. I shipping' is ,
:Mrs. si'iinrm next
Harrell over
= the guest of friends and relatives in NO wants more than I, but another state worker,
I'I I one peace give them coal or on the railwayto from 'spring. Komo. seasons the bust
Jacksonville .
: iMMITTEES! : OF THE COUNCIL Lacrosse Thursday afternoon. (| there I is a time for peace and a time bring them feed? or on it buiding' was present andadded 'of the part,
strawberry is cither burnI
l Mr.' and Mrs C. J. Crews, were for This is a time or war, war much to the success of the duy. crop
I I war. to give them sheltter? in ,
factory I
or a .loft I ,
or plowed under, when the
? Electric lights! waterworks: and fire ; Among th'jse attending from n mar
; visitors to Breaker Saturday afternoon to the very limit of our resources. to clothe them? These people who i kit .
;7r;I protection: J. W. White, chairman, G. The time or peace will come later, hate ;,distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. drops to where shipping is no long
war gathered honor soldier.
,I r IW; Aldermui.: D. C. Jones. Misses Geneva Harrell and Mary when autocracy crumbles into the dust to a Pinholster, Sr., Mr.' and Airs' Ira' W. 'er profitable. With the canning plant
It has always been It will
[,Streets sidewalks< and buildings: L Harrell were guest of friends and and liberty and human rights have be so' so. always Pinholster, Jr.Miss Luobediu Pin. ready to tuke the crop surplus, it will

I Aim Davis. Jr., chairman, J. W. White, relatives in Brooker Saturday after- been vindicated and permanently established :, holster, all of Tampa; Messrs. Carl mean a longer' picking season at prices

' [di.,' W. Alderman. noon. anew in the eatrh.' "So concludes Abbott and I believe and Clyde Ward, Mrs. Harrell and i'di : 1I 1- that will leave u small profit where +

Finance and Taxation: G. W. Alderman him. This principle of human nature ward, Pinholster, all of Jacksonville; heretofore it meant H loss
chairman A. Davis, Jr., J. W. "It is well once a year to think ourselves assures the imperishable memory and Dr. and Sirs J. J. Sullen, Mr./ and I \During the coming year, Mr. HystopI

Hiite. back into the stress and strain honor of the veterans of the World Mrs.. J. T. Quigley, of Starke; Rev. I stated. I If .sufficient growers' of thin

[Rules and etaCR nHsboOwa; :t-oin Many Members and Borrow; of these past days in order War. Let us. put this principle to a land, Mrs. S. S. Pnctor111111: Ruth section could bo interested In growing--

|Rules, Laws and Ordinances: D. C. that we may better comprehend 'What severe test. Certainly it in nybler( to Roberts, of Lake Butler; Mr./ nnd Mrs. ''corn, potatoes, tomatoes. beans, puce.

Jones, chairman, G. W. Alderman, L. price Liberty; for thereby we may better relieve human suffering than to cause L. A. Wynn and daughters, of for the plant, It is their intention to

i. Davis, Jr. Reach Capital pay our debts of !gratitude to the the slaughter of armies to satisfy. In-j I! double tiit- capacity of the present'
American soldiers who defended us.
::Sanitation: J. W. White, chairman, I HutiablJ ambition. Success also is more "I,!.I t with modern machinery to
I Very appropriate it is to do this on
cr"! W. Alderman, L. A. Dalvs, Jr. likely to be remembered! than failure. ha'idle tile products of hundred of'
v November 11th, when in 1918 the Now, should t ask who failed at
# ------ ---.L. For Session you Seaboard To Take. acres.' Bradford county's land Is
armistice with Germany was signed,
'; Waterloo, instantly you would reply I adapted, to the growing these pro.
41!' REALTY TRANSFERSMary which ended the war.
practically in concert, 'Napoleon Bonajarto.' ducts, and In the past has shown what

) "I was in Tampa when the news Whereas, should I ask you who discovered it can produce.. During the shippingseason
& J
; E. Edwards HellerMO arrived, and I shall never forget the Railroad
to J. E. Gossip Centers on General Legislation chloroform, an incalculable\i of this spring hundreds of car

acres 14, 23822. To Come Up. rejoicing, the jubilant parades and boon to suffering humanity, you prob- of vegetables, corn, beans. and straw"

''' ,Sarah A. Saxon, Guardian to J. II. celebrations which lasted through the 1 ably wuldn't reply, certainly nut in Itierrie.H were rolled' with sufficient
, Saxon-Tract 20722. night. That day has become yester- concert. Yet chloroform discovered Present Road Runs From Sampson
Tallahassee, Nov. 18.-Appropriation was left in the fields. to keep a large canning
) '; Sarah A. 'oxon-7 lots in Hampton of 1300,000 to be taken from sur- day. What of today by an American, Samuel Gutherie, City lo Kmathln: A Distance plant busy for weeks

In Henry Saxon's Subdiv.. state funds for and modern sixteen years after the battle of Wa- Of 56 Miles. '
\.' plus a new I I.uwtt') lug Trucking! Center;
"Soon ater' the I much Impressed -
. war wan
eft) C. Cox and wife to Edward H. penitentary at Raiford, appropriationof terloo. Explain it as you please-it I
] with which in proph. During the /past season Lawtey,
a poem
i i-Vls-20 really Is too for
:)4-6.22.) deep explanationthe -
acres be the
$75,000 to placed at over The Seaboard, Air' Lint is about to
etic words spoke of the future which seven miles north of Starke, shipped
xG* :M. Inman and wife to Robt. T.I nor's disposal to hire additional cler- memory of the facts of war is !' acquire the Tampa and Jacksonville H5
has become today. I refrigerator: curs of sweet corn,
Corbin-20 acres 21722. I ical help for all state departments now stronger than the memory of the! acts I Railway This became known last>
When the fat return, and, rich 1 50 cars of Ix-ans and HfiO.OOO) quart
,.. T. Ritch to J. II. Ritch-Tract worked over time,' and passage of a years of peace. Others may he forgotten, i week when the former agreed! witha of strawberries the
total of
and free, I income
but great soldiers live here
and here.
bill all\
authorizing county superintendents bondholders'' committee of the latterto
have the season being close
You half to $225,000.
forget, as men ever
1Jdf.} :Moore and wife to 11. J. Cox of public instruction to purchase done, t after: bid<1 In Tampa and Jacksonville Sturke is 11 heavy shipper" of truck and

-4D acres 24-5-22. wholesale all books for grades above The price once paid for your security 'On Fame's eternal camping groun 1, property at a court sale. A new corporation I there urn several other shipping points
Jones and wife to A. A. Dur- the sixth sold )
be to
so they can par- Their silent tents are spread, will bu formed. and. cortrol I In the county where products of the

Neer"and C. E. Harper-40 acres28-7- ents at a 20 per cent saving-are three Thinking too much of fortune lost or> And Glory guard with solemn roundThe | will pass to Seaboard. Holders of the field und, grove are' being shipped

2z<< important measures that will be pre- i bivouac of the dead.' first ft per cent bonds of the .smaller every day.
won, 9
w. F. Nickels to A. A. Durden and sented to the special session of the Too much of pride and laughter, food I road are to get 75 per cent in new 0 1 Mr. llyslop will be at the plant for
'". 11. Harper-622: acres in Sees. 19, state legislature, convening tomorrow "The soldiers have done their work. I per cent bonds of Senbourd. .
,28, ?9, 32722. with the approval of Governor' Martin's ease; Ours has begun. Their valor has put The Tampa and Jacksonville several day before his return north
Or of some public cheaply earned op. Ito have the plant machinery shipped
lI'ilT., Smith and wife to A. A. Dur- cabinet, it wa Warned from an official us under an obligation to make the crates CO miles. of line from K'muthlu; and he will lie glad'! to have of our,
xlanf'and! C. E. Harper-9 acres 28.7- spokesman today. best use possible of the liberties and Flu., through :
Oh, then turn back the page and I Mlcunopy and Guinua- /growers to cull at the plant an.Ilot
,28'jE*- The capital city was buzzing with think of these!'- opportunities they have preserved.The villa to Sampson, tapping a rich vegetable acquainted. All Mr. llyslop stated

',' :M. Johns and wife to J. E. Cor- ( political excitement on the eve of the Who gave their bodies for freedom to country they fought to save raising .section of the .state. The the plant cannot b.. operated succom-,

jetttilg-South 30 ft. Lots 3, 4 blk i I {, convening of the second extraordinary be burned- i should be worth the saying Frank), company defaulted Interest on its fully without the co-operation of the

Stake in J. D. Jones add. I session of the l'J'25 Florida legislature. For these lived loved I : I think it is. Walt Whitman wrote: bonds. .
1 too; they too growers, und they will find him ready
.,JM. ry J. Reddish to' A. A. Duredn Hotel lobbies were filled with political ease and laughter. '!'Democracy! while weapons. were Rumors have bten heard for several mil willing at all times. to talk over

nd.J. H. Saxon-3 acres 30-7-22; 101 gossipers and lobbyists. Little Sunlight, the green earth. All that everywhere aimed at your breast, months of the Seaboard taking over the situation with them, advise them

acres 30722. ( groups of legislature attaches and Interested you still keep : I Haw you serenely !give birth to im i the old Tampa and Jacksonville road, us to the kind, of products the plant
Geiger to A. A. Durden and citizens could be here and
; seen They had and more-vision. If you mortal children-saw in dreams and of their rebuilding the present will handle: and the prices. they will\ ro-'
SPjM. 13 30177. | there the street The universal I
aores on corners. Wannee Branch
after road
I come your diluting form from Starke. It celvo.
} Thomas and wife to V. E, topics of conversation we-e: ;
And dare forget them, buried so Saw with Is understood that the purpose of the .
you spreading mantle llyslop aril Sun
,3: np -1 acre 14620. :I "How long will\ the special session. I covi Seaboard arc experiencecan" ] *
young, so deep- ; ering the world.' Is to use this stretch of
i ners, have the capital and market .
'flfJBiDailey to Ethel :M. Padgett-10 taut What, if any, general legislation con.nertloni
road in
And dare forget this faith for which i shortening their present. line !
*ere., 3722. will be considered?" they stood- J "Whitman was right Democracy Tampa, the connection' between Inverness to carry out their contract
wl'.h growers and to dispose of their
.tEaipIre Luber Co. to Bessie Morra.e.240 : '- ,, There was no one capable of answe*- haM than
Ah, but you will not, being of their more Justified its Declaration and Brooksville being already
pack and here
are to make for
acres 25, 36619. I in?: these questions but all were spec- blood. ;i of Independence. Its unequal I J in. money
,('t\ D. Emerson and wife to Harry ulating. Constitution and form of their plant at well a* for the !grower'
who supply the plant with vegetables. I Ii.
Atlt.ltenat--10 acres 34522. Senators and representatives were "We have not forgotten, and todaywe have withstood the tress. and stainof New Smyrna has another I industry

'i(Johns guardian: to A. A. Durden arriving on every Incoming train. honor ourselves as well as them i time and change. Its prosperity Is I added to their list during the past ---- ----

a H. Saxon-13 acres 30722. The feeling of every legmlrtor appar- by turning back the page. We are the pre-eminent. Its dream Is realized. week, known as. the Murrhee-Gay (i. JASI'KK SC\KHKOL<

Williams, guardia nto 3RS. njy v/as. that the session. shouH be beneficiaries of priceless history and| And precisely because it has so far| Lumber Co. T. E. Murrhi-e, Him of

.:S"M.. 1\1. Williams, guardian to A. A. speeded up so that they may get backto the ex->oliliers, now organized as the i gone forward, it is well for us to be, :Mrs.'' Anna :Murrhoo of thin place, is :\1 r. O. J. Scarbrough diud at hilt

nand J. H. Saxon-13 acres 30- their respective occupations at American Legion, are trustees for us. on our guard that that it .should not I1 President of thin concern. Mr. MurJ home on Temple Avenue Tuesday! ,

home. Yet each man had tucked awayin Last week, as you know, the Confed- go backward for 'chunge is the law rhee was. reared In Bradford county, after a .short Illness. and was buried at

f AM. Williams to A. A. Durden andUtfaxon13 his grip or coat pocket .some bill erate veterans held their Conventionin i of life. To prevent retrogression 11 I and he has many friends throughout t'.ltey: Chapel cemetery, Union county,

acres 30722. or legislation ho proposed to introduce Gainesville. Nothing is more Inspiring there are a few basic things that wemay the county, who will learn with inter- Wednesday lie moved to this lection:

WIG: Seals and wife to A. A. Dur- or sponsor" during! the special session. than the way in which the people well consider. I est of his new undertakings. I 1 several months ago with his family

den'.nd c. E. Harper-Tract 28722. Now is the time for all !good men to ofthe South held in reverence and i "((1). Our children have fallen up- from Jacksonville.! A wife and ltv
"Mary Weir' to Douglass G. Williams. the aid of their ,eral children/ are left to mourn his
come to party. love the veterans of the southerncross i on easy days. Pioneering is over

S'**cres, 15522. I( : until their hearts. like broken i :Money Is plentiful. In 1877 the Su-/( Store Burglar- I death. ________
fHV and wife
Harvey to A. K. Tor. drums. have beat life's music out for- pn-me Court of Illinois, In 87 III. 125,
OOBtait-10 aches in
sec. 11522. I
Business College eve, heaping with flowers the silent remarked: 12000 is a very large sum I
HE4Gnann. Sr. to L. :Morgan-t lots
''inStiirke in Rising's Add. I dwellings of their deathless: 'load, of money which few men or women ized death of Mr. J. B. Rhoden, an

Jljtikf. transmitting to prospertiy the thrill. accumulate In a lifetime.' The court I FridayThieves old. resident ut this section, occurred
Trilby D. I. Ames-190
ing of thut Is evidently had of Flor.'
,aerttrtz-9.21.! & Opened Monday story a Knighthood past,, no premonition : Wednesday at his resilience on Tempi
I I not dead Nothing Is. more inspiring; Ida real estate. It is hard for the : avunue. Mr. Rhodun 75 Af
jt< won yean
UP- Griffisand wife S. L. AI-
to children/, of effected, an entrance into
but equally inspiring is the way the i today to feel and visualI and .
i his death resulted from
'T a
'r -110 acres 35-6-22. I I nation holds and will continue to holdthe I Ize the beginnings of thl.. country; ,i the clothing store of J. :M. Alvarez[ 'complication of diseases. Burial took
.E.IH.: Clemons and wife to L. R. The Georgia-Carolina Business College patriotic achievements of the i hard even for them to relive In i Friday night and made good their
.iney-80 acres 5720..HIP. began its term Monday Morning I Im.Jr'1 j Ila..t place at Mt. Zion cemetery, Baker
I with .
: American Legion in the greatest war ination the days of'MO when /' sweaters socks and caps.Two ,
Csiney and wife to L. R. upstairs in the postoffice building, te;>f history. trains of covered wagons against great |I I bundle of high-priced suits, county, Wednesday. -11.1I

Cta r-Tract 5-7-20. both day and night classes being con- "Animals odd wended their twenty-one In number, had been -
have no holidays. Only way across the con- strapped I I Margaret Fischer, the little dough
"E5P., ; Stewart and wife to L. R. ,!ducted. The enrollment reached twen- human beings have only days of memo, tin'nt to the Pacific. We should! encourage : and made ready for removal, but' ter of )Ir. and Mrs. W. T. Flncher, ,

Galney-Lot 8 Blk. 16 in Ward City. I Monday: Bad teachers is increasing every day. ory; and no day can be more significant and emphasize the study of t for some reason were left' behind The was taken to Jacksonville Wednesday

"SJVJJ. MacLaughlin and wife to G.I j'i Competent are in charge, than this, which divides war from i American history Only thereby can I cash register was emptied of its con- to have a sandspur removed from. her

Mllnman, -10 acres 21622. ''and'I those desiring to take a business. peace. There may be those who try wi- realize' how fortunate we are. Only I tents, some ten or twelve dollar. In> throat j jIsciiNiPPElcr
[(Continued on page 8.) course may enroll\ at any time. to view the white angel of peace di. thereby may the heroism and bravery :change. i I IM i __.

vorced from her red background of I of the American: past .steal as a re- !. Entrance was mado through one ct' '' ; liriUKD: : AT CROSHVAloyslus

war; but in so doing they lose the full[ (Continued on page 4.) the rear window, shielding hl, bo'I/

.as he worked from the light In the alley F. Schnlppert, who a14G

Chamber of Commerce Meeting ', by covering the windows with a death underneath the wheels oft a

THANKSGIVING DAY ne s houses in Starke be closed from Urge tin sign. The sweaters were freight in the yard near the depot

10 a. m., to 12 noon, thus showing'our taken from one of the large show October Slit, was buried IA CrofcbjT

[Hampton Tonight Friday 8:00 Thursday, November 26th, la the day appreciation far all the good that asa 'windows, the thief or thievs apparent; cemetery Tuesday by Undertakir Do-

proclaimed by States and nations' as town and state and nation we should ly ransacking the store at their leisure Witt C. Jones. Effort to locate kill i

I our Thanksgiving Day. It Is hereby render our thanks. and taking their pick. df the stringer failed.

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Y Child-"Oh, mother Daddy l let the! THERESSAMrs. I welcome him back again.
ladder fall on the flower' beds and i Miss Ida Hagan was) a busr.-.3
Bradford High ruin them." ; Nora Hagan and Mrs. Walter visitor to Hampton Saturday.
tii 'iChild"He's Lindsey, of St. Augustine also Johnnie
I- : #r Mother-"Where ia daddy? Sat-j i I Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Phillips left r
Hagan were visitors to Hampton
all right, he is hanging -
their home in Miami Saturday.Miss .
: on the window siU. urday.
: Mr. Chas. Forsyth and wife and Bessie Nettie Gillyard. of Larki-, ',.
School Journal Seventh Grade i Cloversettle were business visitors visiting Mr.' and Mrs. P. H. Neil

f : f ; I We regret the temporary toss of U Starke and Gainesville Saturday.S. Jas. Phillips of Miami, was vi.,.,,;

i Milton Brownlee Jr.. from our room, R.Swindle! and Mrs. Gertie Carl- relatives and friends here last week

1 a.q EVCB.VB: MATTHEWg SAJOCT STtRNBIKC' i; whose absence is caused by having' ton. Mrs. Sam Swindle was shopping I Mr.' *-.> w-, C. G. Manus, of Ha 'ig:,
Kilur ., broken his Nov. in Hampton Saturday.A. .
i titlesI.CU.Ad.M arm Monday 9. white.playing '
I ton weex-end with her .
spent tne r
football. We hope he will L. Sullivan and family of South
Alhbtl u.... l-u N... soon be well and back with us again. Florida are having some repairs madeon I er. Mrs: Fred Cloversettle.A. .

.\) I Our room sent him a beautiful bou. their home and expects to move M. Yarborough of Terra Ceu, '3is j
quet of chrysanthemums and white in his old home soon. His many friends business visitor here last wee \

Cere I Joseph Malpas.. Carlyle Ritch Eugene i New pupil-Say, aren't ;OU the fellow \ roses Tuesday afternoon. The .
Bradford Buys Defeat Green president --- --- - -- -- --- -
Spring*-Score, 1110. Matthews, Elizabeth Andrews Lucille I saw in Philadelphia: : of the class appointed a committee -

Johns, Elise Jones: and Virginia 1| Owen-Philadelphia I've never to visit Milton: Friday afternoon. .
This was a very dost fame, both Weeks. been there. -
Uu were playing excellently. At i :! New pupil-Well, neither have I, i I Mrs. Wasdin-ub it true that your THE SOUTHERN SERVES THE SOUTH
the end of the first quarter the score I Science Club j) it must have been two other fellows. mother has diptheria"
Cove. The The Science Club held its regular! "Yes "
was 6-0 in favor of Green I Pupil- she has.
l :,, second quarter still found Green Cove'. meeting in Mr. Dowling'. room Fri- I I :Miss Fleorence-(speaking of an. I Mrs. ,,"aadin-uDo 't you know that 1 1
ti of 6-4. During day, Nov. 13. The rollO'l topics'were event painting)-"Painters mixed their: should school 1
: in the lead with a score JIlt; I' you not come to for you
a the third quarter Bradford finally discussed: j,colors with their brains in those days. might !give it to the rest of the children f fI
Elmer-"Oh, frightful! But it was I Will the South in
r. gt in the lead this quarter resultedin They Can See With Their Skin-|j( ? join :
dreadfuly cruel wasn't it.
a score of 9-8 in favor of Bradford. Joseph Thomas. a period Pupil- know, but it's my stepmother
filled with brilliant Are Fit to Drive a Cart--Merton I and she i I
4 "a' ; The final quarter was you :Miss Brown-"How do yon like the \ never gives me any-
., t playing and swift action but Clark. new books you are reading?" thing." its own 1 I II Ii
i" ''i in spite of all they could do Green What Sport Do You Excel in?-Mr. Merrill--"The only thing wrong is j, financing
% Eighth GradeWhat's _
r lead
the Dowling.
Cove not again capture
that the covers are too far apart"Newspaper I i
e.9 and tie quarter ended in a score of 1 Fifty Miles an Hour on a Motor- an oyster Edna 'i iI
i lt-10 in favor of Bradford. Skate.-Lawrence Wiggins clubber-Heck! An oyster is a fish built like a nut. railroad needs ? ;

I Etiquetter'\ 8t'll ? -
V Bradford Girl Defeated by Green i Believe us the Freshman are getting Newspaper clubber wrong I Doctor-"Yon have nervous dyspepsia I
wrote an aI'Ude -
6." Cove Score 1110. to be some class. Ten out of twenty- for the paper on milk and Eu- like James Lewis had. His was Southern capital is being invested in ;
five were on the the honor roll. That caused by worrying over his test I
I This. being Friday 13, the girls were means that one out of every two and gene condensed it. ,1,I gave him to stop worrying. many new enterprises along the lines of i
Literary looney-He should havecanned
4 I excusable,however, they did some very a half pupils is honorable in attendance it.SVilliam. |I Strange Woman-Yes and now be's the Southern Railway System.
: clever playing and the game was a l order and brain power. Now II|cured I've got it, I'm his teacher. I

), : alone one as U seen by the score. With j I they are striving each and every one (collecting at Green Cove(j I New pupil-Will give credit An even greater gain in production and ;
:. every game the inrls improve their to be on the honor roll next month ?ame)Gimmie a quarter or some-', you me
on a test for' six months.I prosperity in the South in the next ten
and it be expected
'J, playing( may and here hoping they succeed. thing. ,
"j they will not lose the next game. I j I Someone said that the rats did not Visitor-Ftne, at home (Green i j I i I Mira Caldwell:>Oo, but I'll give you. years than was witnessed in the last ten -, I'.

Bradford Entertains Green Cove !' figure prominently in sports. Well Cove) I would have to pay double. I j Credit(: for your nerve. i seems inevitable.But ,I

I After the game Friday the Green that may be so, but did you notice how William-Well, you can pay double ][ Some of the eighth grade girls and''

1 Cove teams and "rooters" were invited many went to the Waldo game? They here if it would make you feel at home. boys sold sandwiches at the basketball industry can expand no faster than

pi. f by the Starke teams t. have supper were there in lull force and were also -------- I 1 game Friday. The money will go the railroads that bring fuel and raw
one hundred per cent strong at the for a basket ball
ay at the club house. At six-thirty a delicious I i court.
materials and the finished
creamed,, game with Green Cove Springs.Oh From carry
of "wennies, Reports
{ 'I potatoes supper, hot rolls and coffee was, Yes, the Algebra race the pupilsare r ucts to the markets the country.Money ,
: served the visitors. After supper beating Nnrmi's record climbing' Union Thanks- must be invested in railroads as well as
up the blackboard toward a turkey. The Grades i
i got partner and joined in a' if is be
I 'everyone a I'[Three !girls Ruth Sternberg, Edna factories industry to efficiently
which certainly was aj
grand march
jl 'Strickland and Willie Mae Hinson are i I served.
"grand march. A cheering contest ServiceThis
Fint Grade j giving
'4 in the lead while Toleida Gainey and
also held in which Green Cove
C and was Starke tried to see which could Everett Hewitt are coming in second. The first grade teacher hafourid j That much of this new railroad capital ,I

; oat-yell the other. The winner was a treasure in a book called "Heatlhj should come from the South itself seems ,
Every Crime is Entrenched Behind a Training in Schools" by Theresa Danda service will be held jr. the Methodist Ii
.I' not announced as the judges probably. I a natural result of the growing invest-
Lie Dill. All the down-stairs teachers church on Thursday Nov. 26,
valued dare to their show; lives pn'ferenceAlter more highly than this; Often the truth seem entirely use this book from time to time and I at 10:30: a. m. Rev. Mr.' Hansen pas- ment wealth of the South.

contest those whose voices had not'' "crushed to earth". She needs some assistance :find that its stores, poems, quotations, tor of the Baptist church will preachthe I

been used completely in'cheeringsang to "rise' again"It projects drills, etc., take like hot- sermon. All the choirs of the different I

until it was time far up' the visiting I is not alone in question of suspected cakes. President Harding once said churches will unite and forma

\, teams to depart! This is the first entertainment ; or' disputed signatures that the "If I were. to offer a prayer, it would great chorus choir. Mrs. A. Z. Ad-, SOU I
aid of expert criminologist is sought; be first for the spiritual excellenceof kips will have charge of the music C ?R I
to be given a visiting i Are pff
I this but enjoyed so' it is in the test tube and crucible or' < our nation; and next or its wells I and of :retting the singers together I
6 f team thoroughly year that we it are was sure it will lens of a microscope that the expert being in health. In order to effect the Iphysically I j for practice. The services will be I
nation I would begin I participated in by all the of
1'1'f not be the last i in crime detection finds evidence of perfect pastors
I poison, the trace of deadly bullet iden- with the children. the city. "
l' Gift to Library : tity of clot, source of fiber fingerprint I The mayor has asked all business ? h'Z '''I

t I ,\-. are very pleased to know that Second Grade men to close their places of business QY
I. our library is of such vital Interest Edward Oscar Henrick B. S., crimtnolist The second grade will soon producesome from 10 o'clock a. m. until after the I s THE '::1
t\ I
j to the citizens of our community. of California proves that a lie progressive farmers. Mature services in the church closes. This :1II
4 I This interest was manifested last i,(It. is the first step of crime. Puncture study has been introduced! ; hence the will give all a chance to attend' the I II

_ t.::b'1 week. C. A. Knight made us a present'' the lie' and the criminal is disclosed. prophecy. If you would like some in Thanksgiving services and surely all -,

I ll' r fl \ of the following books: I The mind of a child is the most sensitive formation call at B. H. S. the people in Florida have great reason SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM'

,' "Life -on the Mismssippe". Mark' most receptive organism knownto Fifth Grade for returning thanks to the Giver''

,' : Twain. "The Man that Corrupted! science.It The fifth grade is glad to have Elvy'I, of every good thing. '

,., : Hadleyburg," Mark Twain. "Tom'' is continually reaching out for ;Edwards from Crab Orchard, Kentuckyas --
I y", i Sawyer Detective," Mark Twain. "Ad- impression then for experience. The a new pupil. I

ventures of Huckleberry Finn," j earliest impressions are gained from The fallowing letter was selected I I -- ---,

Mark Twain. One volume of Robert what he is told or has been read to from the! grade as one of the best. I '. ''N T4E I-IA7.(' L- iC

\ Burns works. "Life and work of T. i him it has pleased parents to fill the Special attention is being paid the five LIGHT:: Of' -,s "THE'Ai"l"ROACII..G

't' : DeWitt Talmadge," Rev. Louis Banks. ''1 childs minds with tales which constitute important steps that are used in every [)us., WARMS
'N Wave'ly Novels, Sir Walter! Scott. the realm of make-believe. friendly letter: Bozo Butts THE: wiLD-Ee--l.: BRUTE
'J 11!I dl Three volumes of Charles Reads''| Mea.itime: the! child !is commencing Starke Fla. 1i't.U.. wrTH A ::J:. A\OIJ't':

t r i n tVnrks. Nine glumes of James Ken-i i, the potent force in development the Nov. 13, 1923. Fi' 'I.bisi.' CHUCKLE '..J ,kNTA: %. :. ..ES,tLi :

'\ (ft amore{ Coopers works. "Mysteries of,I natural desire to mimic. Later he Dear Riley. They Drive Cf TRIUMPH TcuiARDS c'EpT HORRIBLE .se'ION.S': SoME'WL' ;.

Orchival," Gaboriall. "The French Rev! j I l: learns that the tales he heard are not When are you coming to see me? I 'rHE tERRoR-STRtckEU( : JUST THSMrve beeLENORE. <

olutlon. Shailer Matthews. Great I II <; true. am getting along well in school. What .wITri. A o'E C AND: JACK:
leaders. and national issues of 1B96,j i It learns a loss of fondest ideals did do Armistice ? We Him Nuts L. Ir-Gu.Je.I..I.-CoN'r",,
Day came _
I you S I-kRI( ICG uR) : ::?
si Edward Ellis and A. .I. Thomas j j"Sweet I but if his ideals are' of the right sort to school for just a short time in the Ccn1TINLe.t DIJ :

Cicely", Mrs. Josiah Allen. i I they will be carried into manhood. morning, and had the rest of the day -== :1U (

i13 1 "The American Debator," James M. i iI I I I His friend next door' whose holiday.; By + FAG:7r 'oe-..... "--- --'""'

J' I McElliifott. Thousands and One Genu, ''1 lieve has been allowed free rein i.I is Where do you think would be a suit- r 'J\ ,
: t
Edwin O. Chapman. I| going imitate what ; ...
; :I to by that timeis able place for a Saturday outing! "Rube" Goldberg \ ( I r4e'Ll

his ideals. We want to go fishing ard thought: V(1 I
I He goes too far in play and tells a that you could tell us of a fine place. ,,

: lie to keep from being punished the Your friend, ,. .
Reports From | lie seems to help him he- starts robbery Bartley Murphy. y

I from that to a crime and is then \ -1
'I found Joe / p----..... ... ...,... _.... -
guilty and punished. Lying is "Papa, give me a. nickle.: -- ( -} I
The ClubsEtiquette 'I .
I just the first step in wrong direction. Papa-"You are too big to be bagging --- .
for a nickle. -
Lawrence: Wiggins.
i Joe-" Well make it a dime then."
Club '
Member of Science Club.
II SLAM Me '} ., I
t This meeting of our dub was given NaEv { 'ti
"RUSHED 'I/Si/ AND.. : 9E ,i' 1'A 1'::
mostly to the discussion of how a girl TRAIN SCHEDULE DcoR'' Yr .
'. should act at the soda fountain and Schedule changes 12:01 Sunday HIS BACK WITH ( \ I II
: a. m. -
{ elsewhere Also when a man should II. S. a
SIB.I Bunks I October 4, 1925 and trains will A ooeLl.AlMe.fcTHe > 8I..CIw. :'n'
tip his hat and when he should not."Shortie" run as follows: ON JAUOMS ecohrrINUED i ,
it la no wonder' so
Lint'f.rFt !
I many boys do not wear hats and caps.Literary Miss Brown-"For shame! to haveso No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa due Of THE: BC7MJTIFVJCINJ IN DJEX-T OUR" ..., '..... ./ fboI.'S
Starke 12:30 A. M. I ..
many demerits, you'll have to \JIRL: HIS PCu.ETRFUL. 1J 'CAtoE
.> Club write four hundred lines, and you'll No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa due ARMS AND WE>ARE'b l'II'I
The club was called to order by they have no liberty this afternoon." Starke 11:02 A. M. TO H.E"E".Unl4 HER TO I

I president' after which we listened to Voice from back of the room"Giveme No. 7 Jacksonville to St. Peters- 'T'hE AMERICAsj" Co"-J-
I, the minutes of the last meeting. When bur? dno Starke 2:18 P. M. .SUL ,
> liberty, or Give me, death': ATC: -i3UTJu1T THEM : I ,
: this was finished we discussed the Miss," Brown-"Who said that" No. 1C3 Jacksonville to West Palm- }'E CuRTArNS' RaR1FaAt '
', new business and it was this time Voice-"Patrick Henry: Beach due Starke 10:15 A. M. Sl rEt r ei-Acts: '
p.i that our secretary and treasurer! Miss No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville due t' Toms- CO-"I\ b AfPrE '

lassie May Bennett resigned her of. j Mary-A pin--t! ;! where do they Starke 4:39: A. M ig6' I

fice. Lucille Johns was elected to I all go to? No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville duo\ 1

fill this office. We' hated to give I! <'ecU-Ult' hard to tell. They're'Starke 4:25 P. M.

a j Gusaie Mae up but we know that Lucille pointed one way and headed another." No. 104 St. Petersburg to Jackson-: IJ"I

will make a fine secretary. I Tine due Starke 6:03: P. M.
I It was decided that we would give Jessie (on slow school bus)-1 have No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonvilledue ( /

i 5 oar' long play after Christmas insteadof been coming on this bus for two years. Starke 9:00 A. U. I iIdsJt

before, .. we were afraid that it I New pupil-"That so? Where did No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key 1 -
would interefere with our mid-term you get on ?" due Starke 5:11 P. M. I
examination "Starke &: Waa... Branch- _

: I Bum! Bam In !the Muiet! Zone! No. 101 Leaves Starke 7:40 A. 'd. A "
;, 1 Newspaper Club swat swat -Operation No. 102 Arrives SUrke 3:15 P. M. I I. I I ITliSEiNG
I At this meeting the members of the on bad boy in professor) office. ( .
club began practicing their play in I I Eek! eeyow! Har! Haw! Bump! T. J. GRIFFINA ''i. ,

1 earnest. The members. of IScreeeech!-recess. OF I
the cast ; THE\ LAND
} I I II TONICOreve' NOYLr1tBER 16-21 .
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11 read their parts and went through the j She "PROBABLEACCOUNTS :
I I' I' r I' r-Pencil sharpener in Tasteless chill Tonic OPPORTUN cry
play beautifally. restores
: !
r'v I Mrs. Alderman's room. If your birthday .U this week you are dogmatic' and determined. FOR ALUTHE
Energy and Vitality
4 Topics were then assigned the club by Purifying and
h \ members to write on for the paper.i i Oh! oh! oh!-Test moans. Enriching the Blood. When you feel its You are exceednigly efficient! when you have a clearly defined! courseof KNOCKING./

r I After this business was attended tot j Bam! barn! murder: murder! I'm strengthening, invigmtia effect see bow action outlined, but require strong incentive to arouse your naturally
the +I killed! It' Indole disposition. Once become interested and actually engagedin .'
meeting adjourned. ; -The football eleven. brings cola to the cheeks aad bowit you 02PAGB
.- '"Red Flag's orders. improves) the appetite, you win then any task you are wonderfully tenacious and persistent Your great 6 J i
Tennis Club. I and determination often enable to out ideas and
\ Croak croak!-Death of frog appreciate its tonic power you carry your
The Tennis Club had song true value. in face of ,
a call meeting in Mis purposes, even the adverse public sentiment
Kove. 16. in Mr. Dowling's room to Matthew's biology class. I Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic .U simrtr You must learn to guard against your weaVnessae_proerajtina

f i "i _if I t. Appoint committees to go to Mr.' 10malt' :Miss Florence-"Th. s'm U lillions j jI Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup So tion and your inclination to domineer and govern, by f..,. You are
pleasant even children like it. The blood apt to be very inconsistant in promising one thing and doing another,
office Monday to make of miles away fnm the earth. ,
,... ,
I needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to therefore losing the centid.nee to' sn.h vou enrne in contact
J I 1 / plan for raising money I Allen-"Well, how can Its get l.ere i Enrich it Destroy Malarial germs and The wox-- --. ....---
1 face the tennis courts. The presicident so early in the morning! .vthout traveling I Grip germs by us Screntftbeniag. bvigur- end teach
r, Sammy Steinberg, appointed all night?" I sting Effect sea
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e . e . Th.e International

Cottondale carloads peanuts and

III [ Live State NewsTOLD I |13 here.carloads sweet potatoes shipped from

Fort Pierce--S---:: ;: Lucie County Press Foundation -

j I Record" enters daily newspaper class,
BY OUR EXCHANGES under editorship of Robert E. Falls, Jr.

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Jl1 Tampa-City awards $1,800,000

,"1: St. Petersburg-Shipments of closed on Sundays, the fight will be I worth of !paving contracts.

Ford cars which will leave New Orleans carried to Tallahassee to close Sunday Pians Congressman Homes Wonderful Gift to the
T.inipa announced for
erection -
FC --by .boat for the West Coast will movies In other cities. Gilooly's casa
" likely dock here today. The cars are comes up Saturday. of two new theaters, each seat
to be shipped in several vessels. ing 4,500. Newspaper Men of The World

Bradenton-Sweethearts for almost i
Miami-Nearly fifty crates of citrus Winter Haven-Western Union to
fruits which had been assembled for I I I two years until recently when disagreement occupy new quarters in Snetl Bank
The lion. Chales D. Haines and chosen location for
separated them, and today I Press City than lakes arc filled with fish of many vari
i Buildinff.
Dade exhibit
i county's at the state' lying in an undertaker's morgue here, ... Mrs. Haines of Altamonte Springs this property situated as it in on the I eties.
; fair in Jacksonville next week
' were i is the substance of the last chapterin Arcadia-New Riverside Terre announce that they are preparing to Peninsula formed by Lake .Towup on The I'luns For Press City
in fire which
destroyed a razed the
,"} the lives of George Carter 28, and subdivision turn over to the International Press the west and the St. Johns river/ curv-
Silver Palm Citrus Growers opened. In such and in this landof
Exchange seccnery
Pauline Pitts, 21. Their lives were | Foundation, the thousand. acres of ing in a great arc on the north, Lake
Backing' house at Naranja Wednes health and plenty, upon rolling fertile
ended late yesterday at Cortez, ten Lakeland-City to vote on $150- 'land recently purchased by them in Ilarney bordering for seven miles will Plannedby
I soil, Press rise.
day.St. miles from here, Carter killing the ,00 bond issue, for construction of Seminole county, for the establishment. upon the east and the tropical banksof experts from City its Inception, It will

Petersburg:-Sunday moving: picture girl, then himself, in her apartment new high school.JacksonvilleNew. lot I Press City. Mr. and Mrs. Haines the winding Fkonl(>ckhatchie Crock offer In conception and design: a beauty
shows are legal in Florida, Ma<{- where he hud gone seeking reconciliation. -I i are presenting not only this wonderful on the south. Three railroad traverse I in keeping with UH surroundings,
listrate L. G. Ramsey, of Pinellas county Carter came here about a month I infants' honpl- piece of property to the Foundation, the property The Florida East Count
ruled today against J. J. Gilloly a ago from Jefferson, Ga., via :Miami, tel being LonacruyAed, in connection i, but also the sum of $60,000 for pre- Railway crosses it with an important Ultimately there will. be built in
[theatre proprietor who has been arrested and the girl had been at Cortez abouta with St. Luke's hospital. ;jliminary expenses. The Orlando Bank linG running: through Central Florida I Press City, a magnificent auditoriumto
week from St. Petersburg, Rent ten thousand in the main hall,
I on a charge of violating the coming '
J[state labor laws by operating Sunday where her sister :Mrs. W. F. Cotton I Ocala-City ra'sing'! $10,000 for I while there will be three smaller con-

, motion picture show. resides. advertising purposes A I i \ention halls under the HUIIIB roof. Rtr

r, I you-n-; Pensacola-100 acres land near ('unturned en pnlel.7.) .
:: Tampa-Tamp-police; have been Lake City-A man apparently j j gulf beach, sold for approximatelyi ITe"a

't' unable to locate E. L. Griffith, of Lake twenty-three wandered into Lake City i i $100,000. nnounnlntpelalmntmumalcllamlul! ( << : !>ndalalmm/ 1
'' City, missing from his home since 1' tonight with his memory a blank as ,

Tuesday. He is a landscape artist and 1 regards his name, home, relatives or I Fort :'tlyen-Planll announced for a
was called here in that capacity. Anthorities I anything of his life previous to this j immediate construction of $11,000- Blue PrintingAnd
advanced morning, when he found himself riding -
the theory that he | 000 hotel project I !
might have been injured and is unableto on a truck on his way into Gaines- P
tell who he is. ville. From Gainesville he wandered I I Fort Meade-OKI Main Street Garage >
'into Lake City, catching an occasion- I building razed, to make way forI nMelturwat
Sarasota-Soon after the announcement 1 al ride by auto. The young is five feet I j new hotel.St. SurveyingH. rv

that ten theatrical producers ten inches tall, weighs!! about 130

managers, actors, newspaper men, and pounds, has blue eyes and black hair, Augustine-Contracts awardedfor i I
authors had purchased property in which he parts in the middle. He has paving streets in Coquina Gables. i -o

tlygeia, Englewood development, the appearance of being well bred. Ha Madison-This place to have free I I
of Bell and looser that Douglas Fair- is wearing a gray suit, bearing: the tag city mail delivery. [

comes the statement from the offices 1!I of Lee and Taylor of Leesburg, lie al- i A. Lee & Co. j +

banks and Mary Pickford also have so wears a hat with a Leesburg brand.
purchased property in this section. lie hopes to locate his identity through between I ; Incorporated h

Lakeland-Two men were perhaps the newspapers as he has no memoryof |
fatally injured and a third was seriously either relatives or acquaintances i Thomaj BuildingGAINESVILLE

hurt when the scaffolding erected and there is nothing about him to indicate Apopka-New building to be con. iI|land Tr.unt Company of Orlando, has north and, south to Luke Ukeechobcu;

over an oil tank gave way here this either his name or home address structetl on Central Avenue, for North |i I agreed to become trustees. for the gift. also the Atlantic Coast Line and the FLORIDAP. J

afternoon, precipitating the workmento lie had but ninety cents when Orange Realty Company It has taken more than eight months Seaboard Air Line KuilwuyM. The n. Bo* 121

the concrete flooring. They are A. i iE he reached Lake City. Latana-City to vote on $445,000 and much effort on the purt of Mr. !Peninsula Is about nine miles lung

Howell, S. D. Averett and I. L. j bond issue, for municipal Improvements Haines and his representatives, as wellas and. some five miles widt bW r.lClromCClt'lmf'f.lmmlnf'JmmmmmmmaTo
Mollers of this city Howell and Mol-]I Gainesville Nestling among stately -
of Water InJ
a very large sum money, to acquire transportation is I ideal
lers, it is said, will not survive. moss-covered pines and VVasing- this extensive estate. It is1 I Lakes Ilarney and Jesxup pro. '
toniun palms, the campus of the Uni
Dade City-Two local banks haveaggregate considered to be one of the most beau. vide, with the St. Johns river, access Stop a Couffli Quick
Tanupa-Sheriff L. M. fliers has versity of Florida, will at the completion '
returned from Raiford where yesterday of the present beautification, deposit of 2100000. tiful locations in the slate-in Semin- on three Hides of tho Peninsula to the take HAYES' HEALING: MONEY.roiillh ( II
delivered Lester Gilders and I Bunnell ole county, near Sanford on the' St. river steamers now In regular service.Pavevl nii'diclnn which stops..,. the ruiiilh t>ylimilinri
he present one of the most artistic botan- -Flagler county votes $75- irritated
tho Inllnmed and tissues
John Kennie, members of the notor- ical college campuses in the United, 000 bond I issue, for construction of Johns river, the "Nile of America. highways traverse the site of
i A box of CKOVirS: ; 0-PEN-TRATE
ious Albert House gang. Both of States. Situated Ip the "Land of new courthouse. I Transportation| ( Facilities Press City, connecting directly with 3ALVK: fur Client Colds: lead Colds and

them are under sentence of 20 years '|Flowers ," its grounds have long been There could not be found a better the cities of Orlando, Winter Park Croup Is cndotod wllh every boltln of
for their part in the robbery of n hard- neglected, on account of the ncessary Punta Gorda-Local company being)I I and Sanford, while. another, now under 11\YfS': HKALINC IIONKY.; The salve

ware store here last :March. f j expenditure of all its funds for needy formed for purpose of constructing) construction, will make direct should be rubbed, on tho chest and throat
I' buildings and equipment, but now, the between 60 and 1(10( new homes Tampa-I'lans announced for immediate connection with the famous beaches .,f children suffering from a Cold or Croup.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lewis were board of control has taken a hand in I construction of $300,000 business 'I on the East Coast, only twenty-two Thollreline. elTmt of Illy .' IirvdlnatlmeyIn-.
three suf- Suraaota-$500,000( nine-story 'bank sideIhethrontevunInedwuh| | tlm ItniiMnitrlTfCtot"
their children
badly hurt and the matter and decreed this work is and office block on Davis Island. I miles away. (>mv.. e U I'on'1 Irate Hrtlvn llmmilll. I0| pure ulhn
fered painful injuries when they were i building to be constructed. skin MHIII .ctiurihJfcith ,
sutpe I
second to none, and it meeting with its boundaries there are ,
meiUiMi ors pn 'kvl In cite carton 8ft.llh.
attacked near here by a swarm of Brooksvllle--60,000 volt transmission eighteen lakes of Mist ,, ... .
(popular approval everywhere. Feeling Tumpa-Plans proposed for erec- loop( the waters or the wmtilni'tJ treat"" t In:.fir
bees, it became known today. The a great interest in the affairs!! of the tion of new $200,000 Hyde Park Presbyterian line completed between this place which are crystal sand bottoms. Titus| ,> Just rank your druggist for I1A Y t'i'
party had left the main road and were university and wishing to assist thisenterprise church. and Camp's mine. lakes are spring fed and, have broid,I HEALINIJ: 1I0N 'V

riding through palmetto scrub in !! for the betterment of the I sloping shores, covered with: magnificent '

search of a fishing place when, with-i college, Mr. Hume, manager and own- I Palmetto-Riverside Park to be developed Tavares-New High School will be costing spreading oaks, tall pines. mairno- No Worm li\V Healthy ChildAll
$160,000, con-
out warning, the bees filled the car :> er of the Glenn St. Mary's Nurseries Into residential district. structed.approximately lias, palm trees, gum and hn-korv, chllilrnn'.l' with Warms liava' ell an
and covered the occupants like blank- has offered raise and all the forming perfect setting for their. b..llbl/Ior. wbkh Imliinltn poor Ijkxxl. and sea
to ft
ets. i I give I' Sebring-$ ::9'70worth of street ode, there .In mora. of I..M ...."',....b .daturhen.GROVE'S ...
plants needed for this purpose, togeth. paving contracts to be awarded. Tallahassee-fKK',000 domitory to waters and white beaches. In TA.S1ELESS: chill TONIC given ranularhrInr .
Tallahassee I). Hatton, arraln :- 1\ er with the services of its landscape be built at Florida State College for the depths of tho woods citrpi-tcd, with\ two or three weeks will mirk-ri the Mx..\ Im

cd in police court here in connectionwith ''architect, Mr. Olmstead, one of America's Mount Dora=$100,000 bond issue Women.Klssimmee. irrnnH and, flowt-rH;; live abundant w"d'" sable provo the Tunic dlitrxtUia to the whole and aLl ytttim.a.a General Mature Stnminlt-will then"

an automobile accident in which premier landscape engineers. voted l, for purpose of supplying city life. The dmiir/le of Isuak) ,," throw off or dispel. the worm and!th'Mkl, will be
Miss Adeline Moore, of Tampa, student Professor Weaver, dean, of the College with adequate water supply. -Work on new $130,000 will find plenty ti> ncvuphim: \ fur lhf'1 10 perfect bealUk tteuwit to lake OOo per bnttfe
hotel project, will undcr'way soon.
at the Florida State College for of Architecture of the university get .
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Women, injured drew fines on L will have charge of the work, and! has Coral Gables-$15,000,000 homo ft w'"'- w'T--'---- -
was Tampa-("+nstruetion of $200,000
1 already commenced surveying the construction program planned for this
three charges totalling: $300. Hatton'sautomobile I place. apartment house on Davis Island, to
grounds for immediate operations,
collided with machine begin at once.
with five at street which-will in time, make the campusnationally
occupants a I Tarpon Springs-Taylor county to
corner here. The latter car was known on account of Its ;I vote on $1,500,000 road bond issue. Winter Haven-l'lanJl completed for
turned) over. 1 I beauty. erection of new $223,000; First Metho- OW
Mount Dora-20 acres land surrounding dist Episcopal church.
Tallahassee-Florida Land values 1 THANKSGIVING Bonnet Lake to be convertedinto
lire now insurable. State TreasurerJ. county park. Davenport-Work on first unit of

C., Luning today granted a certificate In the days of the early settlerson $350,000 home building program, to ;, : : 'J; r;: : ll1W."'_'" 'M."" '&"#:..">"'?
\' to the Surety Land Insurance Live Oak-Suwanne county to voteon begin at Once.Brooksville1,200.
which will insure land value the American continent, when hardships $1USO,000 road bond Issue.
Company make
| and privation were the rule acres land, in you can ship-
against depreciation for the term of
and not the exception, these sturdy Frostproof is offering 5-acre tract Hernando county to be developed into '
the This is the first
(policy. company tillers of the soil and clearers of the 600 foot fronting on Lake Ready free, grape vineyards. ments Direct to
of its kind ever organized in this I
1 wilderness were not unminded of the i j Ito any person who will erect thereon
state. \V. B. Myers local attorney Is' I
blessings which they received. And so i a hotel costing not less than $100,000. points on the lines
president of he concern. Others in-
in the fall of the when the I
trested include: E. II. Wooten. West year corn I .Frostproof Cody Realty Service to
and other crops were harvested theygathered For Lame Backs of the Southeastern
Palm Beach and II. G. Delima of together and gave thanks. I construct $0,000 office building.

Jacksonville.,. This Custom was maintained from''l I Frostproof-Local corporation form- Aching Joints or Express Company. tI.t
Lakeland-Jewel Devane. fouryearold year to year and grew to be the beginning 'led I to build l $300,000 hotel. I II
daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. S. L. De- of our Thanksgiving Day. i

vane,' Fort Meade, died in a local hospital Ifj, would seem that certainly we,'{ Fro tProof--One local real estate I' StiffMusclesMexican Route Shipmentsthe
f late last night of injuries sus- who are enjoying the business of the company reports $1,200,000 sales In I I your

tained when a truck hit an automo- olden days an hundred-fold and over, I nine weeks. j jI
bilefin which she was sitting three should take at least one day a year I Mustang! Llnlmeni: fastest way
thanks for these I ;, Frostproof-City votes on $80,000 Relief
days- ago. The father was fixing a! to give many good I Brings Quickest
tireJton the side of the road when the t things which are ours. In Florida M[ bonds for water extension and $'lO,- .

accident occurred. The driver stopped our harvests are not confined to the, 000 for !paving. HurTwni front. ,llI'h m'lltluiw as tilt.-

but it was not believed at the fall of the year, and we reap the results I Tarpon Springs-City;; : to install new than rnentinn they
time that the child's injuries were serious of our labor and tod's graciousness !- waterworks system. No n atti r haw .menthe pain, you can
and his identity was not learned. throughout the entire year. We s, should really be thankful the whole ]I Lake Worth-Building permits for .without, taking powerful. urugu Into yam' -

Sj. t'year' through but custom and tradi- first ten days of October ynti'rnIn ,
Petersburg Bitterly opposing totaled 161.- tlunrr auction of the country .b'"
thejmove! to open moving pictures on tion have established a day of especial I 000. Mmrwt !Muntunn I Inlnvnt u known n

Sunday ministers. of this city raised( thanksgiving, and on that day werejoic. hu i.teen iwl for..., JIMMII-. -lu muiiy, pUuramtili
Clenrwatex construction '. have u 'I It for 1I1f"'a>" nyean -
'$1,800 with which to wage a legal/ war 'should *. end! nlwu>'i> have. It rrwly fur nmrrKency 1
against) efforts to establish the legal- ( We havu 'been blessed this year with exceptionally heavy. I I wee It !I. just a* iirrnnful I".
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nrallnii ruin, brulw and an It I* lu
It110f movies on the Sabbath. J. J. bountiful crops and abundant proa- Inverness-.City votes $200,000 bond rheumatic aches and palm, It>..n
Gllooly, local theatre manager, whowe perity. Privation and want' are un issue for paving principal streets. I I almost musical: onntratrtK:| power--imlnKImmixJIarrly
arrested Sunday after opening his known. to trm Mire slot. and takln
By merVlnir. via Boutheiiatern F.i-
theatre, reiterated if the state law of Sometimes an over.abunddnce of Penaacola Wages of local long-! away wonderful the pain hoalluit Thl>"."Is"the, All ncrel.1'Ulfoel.l.of lt' posse and Indicating your upreee the tranafvr shipment point you can aecure r..t.

1872 Invoked him to keep his theatre I prosperity is apt to turn our heads and 'shoremen here, voluntarily increased. and wholeaskere' ...Muntang, Liniment or direct service to prints on lb. lines of the SlIutb.a.'.," Eipreaa >
we are prone to forget that we owe al. the ran oed It for you. Company.
Leesburg-Plant approved for' ex-
legiance to a higher being than our-
For further Information relative and methods f
to t>
\I J."""""""' ''' tending white way lighting .on !Main\ routing-
selves. Sometimes need troublesto
we ,
Indicating tranaftr point, add
[ COFFINS & CASKETS | remind us of the many good things Street.

f[ And a Foil Un ofUnJmrtakiT that are ours. Let such not he the Palatka-New $150,000 high schoolto Henry Clews & Co. ""itneaetern K.preii> Company
case this year. Let us remember be erected. Jacksonville.! Florida
;, SappliaAUTOMOBILE thanksgiving and thankslivlng.Furmturo .
TampaWhite 7, 9. 11 BROADWAY Ground Floor
I way system
HEARSE installed in Bol-Mar: subdivision. New York City soumEASTERNExpTeS5
Always on hand. The beet ..erv -
vie at the lowest pricM Sp.- f-ellah. Avon Park-:3,000 acres land here Orders executed: for

cia atUntloa to telegraph l or- For an excellent: furniture polish mU purchased by group of New capital.
:A d..... Registered ElllbaJDeWITT -. together half a quart each of ttirpeu- ists for development. STOCKS and BONDS
tine, paraffin vln 'a.: and mcnthvlaten
l spirit In a pint bottle. When la use Jacksonville-$10,000 in cash prizesto and advance: made thereon Company '

C. JONES ] hake well and sprinkle. a little on a be awarded to winner of livestock Correspondence Solicited

5T ARK!:, FLA .oft MS and, will! rub an the fnrnlHjr exhibits at Florida State Fair, .
Polish with a soft dnsrur. November 1928. as .-.
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I civil omligations; and that CHURCH OF CHRIST' I

BIRTHDAY' DINNER 11"Juryiod..t' : ). met Monday after. capital punishment was inflicted for i I Meets Lord's-Day at 10 a. m. I
every Ifor i
PARTY I noon, at three o'clock with :Mrs. J. !i. upwards of two hundred offences. Toi t Bible Study and Scriptural Com-! Greater Value-Lower Price.
Florida has offences i
day only two capital
home Temple -l\
!filch MS hostess at her on 11:1
munion. See Act 20: land 1 Cor. : j
., Mr. John Powell\:entertained; a few of Avenue. and imprisonment for debt Is I,23-29 Ulan Than rooo Pages of itt Finttl Enterlainmtnt/or 1926

lilt friends at a birthday dinner party, The study for the afternoon was mia. prohibited. According to a Statute of j 9 SERIAL STORIES lS3' fit:; ; eoi:y past's: $t ZSl
i :p : :
Friday evening After the dinner the siona in Japan and Korea and the f ol- Anne whoever maliciously affirmed j :METHODIST ;,

music and members took In I|another to have right to the crown I """"'
:young men enjoyed merry lowing circle part 50 SPECIAL ARTICLES fcj-j,,::.3 &5S&:?
conversation. Mr. Powell's guest the readings: Mish Amelia Ray. committed treason; and a traitor was !!, Sundry echooilO'O a. m. Preaching!

were Comer Long Orie Wigglnti and Mesdames C. L. Peek E. K. Peeryman hanged! his head severed from the at 11:00: ; subject: "The Forgott n 200 SHORT STORIES AJ Lle"otu indnn.'', Romance, Humor; Mlrr.liairbrcsJth. Stliool Ea-

vi William T. Fripp of Brook ville. Allan Kincheloe C. F. Starnes E. L. body the body divided into four quarters Men, Our Superanuate /Preacher." I cape,. Albletici.

Starnes.E.. L. Biggs W. E. Middle- and the head and quarters were Epworth League' 6:43 p. m. The Ep- j Rmdm- "N.h-It .ndBa-', up.,.. -O. ..-Cml_b fm.*l..'f C....

t t MRS. KNIGHT ENTERTAIN ton, J. H. KiUh A. W. Anderaoii, and at the disposal of the crown. Meed- League will put on a pageant en.i j Cad rluJoii."lB'i ChilJrtn'm' -e'mif Nat u" 1.0.-

r Ell CIRCLE Mrs. T. J. Alderman. leas to add, his property, a* well PS titled "The Forgotten Men\( with Tableau DON'T MISS THIS GREAT YEARI!

i r the property of every felon, was for1'' 1 illustrating fame.i I
Florence Andrew a
I Mrs. C. A. Knight entertained the Miss a gave '

t ; circle of the Baptist Missionary So- charming piano solo, and Mrs. E. L. '''state felted of to the the Union crown.guarantees Today liberty every I( Public cordially invited. I OFFER No. 1 OFFER AI.

three by Mlsg Andrews I)
afternoon at Biggs accompanied
ciety Monday
of speech; and corruption of blood and PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Th. Youth's Companion
her home North !sweetly "In the Garden of To- I. Th. Youth's Companion . .
b'clock on sang
.., at pretty forfeiture of property are unknwn. It I aeassa>a.H.-sws> I I B3 Issues for 1826 for 1926 sa.OO

J I Walnut Street. morrow" and "Little Georgia Rose. is doubtful if of our high school I Morning service will be at 11:00 -and- .. All ....imiriing INS luu.s

i. ? Mrs. W. J. Eppera' conducted the bud." Miss. Hazel Middleton gave as ''students know many the meaning of bills I, o'clock. The Men' Brotherhood will I a. All the ......jnln. laauc S. McC ll'. Magazlnst 'I.OO
buMiness. sen-ion, after which a social a reading one of Guest's amusing for 1916
attainder and bills of have charge of service at 7:30: m.
4', half hour was enjoyed. The rooms poem and was heartily encored by allies, yet Parliment pains exercised and pen-the ,, The World' Survey p. All for $2.00 All for $2.50

I ere decorated with beautiful yellow hand audience. power without a hearing to sentence I 1: The World's Survey will be the

white chy.anthemums. The hostess Th hostess assisted by her daughter men to death or lessen punishment. subject and the following program will +'; Chick your choice end tend thi coupon wild your emiltoael to the PUBLISHERS
( served delicious. salad course OF T1IIS PAPER to THE: YOUTH'S COMPANION.; BoitoD. MauacbuettaWe
a Miss Harriet Ritch served light re "Anyone who will study the .ibe i carried out; Mr. J. M. Mitchell will or
The out of town guests. were Mrs. Bur. freshments. past
have charge of the
I meeting:
and jj
then contrast therewith the j
r; tiey and Mrs. Wooten Lawtey.
U. II. C. MEETING of our states and nation can. j i
J -.
AUCTION BRIDGE'' not fail to realize that our American 2. Scripture Reading. I
'j r PARTY constitutional law is |I 3. Prayer.
4 distinctly super-
", The W. T. Week Chapter U. D. C. 4. Music.
lor to anything else the world has I
; Mrs. G. M. SUtrunk and her daughter met Thursday afternoon at the home ( In a monarchy the need I 5. The Reflex Influence of Foreign ,
f f. Mrs C. A. Futch entertained atbridge of Misses Olive and Amelia Ray on ) :Missions. i iI '
protection the In
a demo Do: Not "Bird
Friday afternoon at their attractive N. Walnut St., and in spite ol the j cracy the few need protection from the I By J. M. Mitchell. I Employ

I 'sk; home on East Coll St. heavy rain the following named members Our federal constitution I| 6. The Territory of the National
many. accomplishes -
e There was four tables of bridge were present: Mesdcmes. W. L. I the apparently Missions: Society. By M. C. Stith. II I II

c' 1 players and at the close of the game Wall W. J. Epperson, Charles Dins- at one and the same time Impossible it protCt'tsthe : I| 7. What is meant by Stewardship ?
ins, J. T. Moore, J. 3 I.[ Brownlee R. A.
"H ;.L it was found that Mrs. J.C. Hoover I many from the few and the few by H. II. Young./

a $ l had; made high, and an a price was preented Weeks W. E. Davis. S. E. Brownlee from'the many. No wonder Gladstone I I' 1 8. Tipping the Lord, by E. C Swind

<' : with a hand embroidered van. L. A. Davis Miss Etta Tison, and I|called it 'the most wonderful work ever ler. Starke Realty Board while urging the very substantial

j I y Ity-sct. Mm. Sidney Church made low the hostesses, the Misses j Ray. struck off at a given time by the "' I 9. lob!lzing the Church by T. :N.i value of property here, and advise the pur-
I''I 'f f and was given a dainty tea towel. The president Mrs. J. M. Brownlee brain i Kendrick.
and of
purpose man/ chase of well-selected real estate do not solicit strangers
,Ii, : The hostess served delicious fruit presided over the meeting<< and called j 10. Red-blooded Men, by R. J.
,, + for annual from all the of "Some tell us that we have outgrown the streets in and do not make
M H} salad with whipped cream cake amihot reports I Davis. on or Starke we unInvited -

l v cocoa. Pink American Beauty ficers. The president's report showed ', the Constitution; that it is ill I I 11. What Presbyterian Men Are calls on our city visitors '

t. ;.' rones were used for decoration.M that good work had been done by the tion.adapted to an age of radio and avia j Doing in Some Small Churches, By E. '!
: : But I tell you we have not out j I
," chapter along the various ]lines of U. i I L. Brown.
,:" ) R W\I RIGHT 'i grown it, for the I
S. necessity of ,
D. C. activities. Mrs. Brownlee has pro-
12. The of T. S.
Story Pig, by Banks
I ;r !: ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE been the efficient president of the local I testing the many from the few and '; Williams. a and established business men will tell you a

I 1 chapter for the past two years the few from the many will continue that it Is safer to choose your broker, and not be chosen '

\ : auction W. M. bridge Wainwright Thursday entertained afternoon -- but was barred from reelection by the'loo' I''is little long as man, and the Constitution SER'ICESXOX by some stranger who accosts you ; or be introduced \
more than device to J
a secure
'' at her apartments! on N. Walnut time election limit of officers of the organization.resulted as The fol this end. We need to study the Con. ,| Rev. Robinson of Lawtey M. E. through a "bird dog" hired to scent out people with
{ '
; Street. lows: stitution, to thoroughly understand it,, church, will preach at Saxton Sunday funds. f

9 \ When the score was counted it was President Mrs R. A. Weeks.1st ( before we tinker with it by amendments afternoon at 3 o'clock. All are invitedi I
found that Mrs. E. M. Johns had made to attend. \
i .
president Miss Amelia
; high and the hostess presented her
with a hand-painted bon-bon dish. Ray. "Florida has taken a wise tep for-, I Any banker or established business man will tell j
2nd vice president, Mrs L. A. DavU ward when the last legislature pass 'conditions for the continued growth of
a Mrs. R. J. Davis made low and wes you that practically without exception those who accost ,
ed Chapter 10,256. entitled. 'An religion, for be
Secretary, Mrs. J. T. Moore. act never can '
4-- 1 \ given a silver pin tray and the truestprlze.a Treasurer Mrs. O. L. Haynes.[ to require the teaching of the Constitution ''promoted by force or compelled by the strangers or follow other similar annoying practices -
hand-painted bowl was given
.J to :Mrs.' T. D. Clark of Miami. Historian Mrs L, G. Powell. I j' of the United States includeing state. Here we have religious freedom are practically never well-informed concerning
: Registrar Miss Olive Ray. 'tin study of and devotiun to American i and the separation of state and church
w i ; The hostess served a delicious salad I values nor do they have representative listings of
Director 'institutions and ideals in all ''written into constitutions of state
of Children of the Confederacy the rub j our
+ I I, cduree were Mesdames.with hut chocolate.R. J. Davis The, A.guests W. J Mrs. Sarah L. Harick, a-si-teJ I lu high schools, colleges and ' i|i nation and we should keep them property and they are usually not safe to deal with.

Alderman E. L. by airs L. A. Davis. i tree of this state; requiring that all;[ 'there. Here also, we are the reci-
N. Sternbenr
.Biggs, !'
At the applicants for teachers' pients of the most bounteous
certificates gifts
close of the business session i
I D. Clark. A. S. Crews and E. M. '
f' ;Johns.CUILTIN; a social halt hour was enjoyed at[ shall pass a gaticfactory examination, and
N -- which time the hostesses served light t thereon and show loyalty thereto, : rd I ''should and do go out in joyous thanks rushed. Be sure have selected a reliable broker.A .
) <; I.\in AT MRS. refreshments. Pink antiginon and providing a penalty for the willful I I and gratitude for all our blessings.

1f EPPERSON'S HOME autumn flowers were used for decor) I iolation thereof.' I| "(4.) Blessings may be a benefit

ation. i "Equally meritorious and of special l I or a curse. Certainly we are blessed
I The members of li Society reliable sign-post to professional advice is to look
the 8ionary The chapter will ned the first Wed i 1 value in insuring an enlightened and(I 'with prosperity. Sir Robert Horne,

of the Baptist church met Thurs- nesday In December with" :Mrs. R. A. prcjpcr, attitude on the part of thole former British Chaniello of the Exchequer for a "Realtor." That designation can only be used by
day morning at the home of Mrs. W. '
I PC-curing a higher education in the leaves our shores declaring; members of the local real estate board.. As a member;
t J. Epperson, on South Walnut St., and Sand and grit in a concrete base-. J I State University in Chapter 10,030 he has never before seen the real property -

had a spend the day quilting party T hat's peplFrierldly 'passed. by the lust legislature whi\-.h, there is to day in every form of he is bound to conduct his business Incompliance. with
I ,
'A3 the quilts bring made for the children's smiles on an honest face.- ''provides for a chair of Americanism, I finance industry and trade. Elbert the code of ethics adopted.INVESTIGATE .

1 s orphans home at Arcadia. That's pep! and Southern History at tie Universityof (''II. Garry tells ua we are on the verge

I home The lower thrown floor of this hospitable and ,' The spirit that help when another's Florida. We know that! the American of a great era of prosperity. Henry
was together decorated
t with down, I Legion was behind this beneficent i- ,i Ford predicts a century of prosperity. BEFORE YOU INVEST
potted plants and cut { enterprise. Vigilant in for1 i: "And this prosperity is centering tor'
i war
That know
flowers and at'one how to scatter the
o'clock an elegant black- the best ;'I Florida which
1 Interests of the country, ou Roger W. Babson tells
dinner wan nerved, the menu being an Beet, frown I uis
veterans the fifth
are no less vigil.nt In peace; experiencing real es-
i' follows: Chicken pilau, roast pork That love its neighbor, that love's i and patriotism will never fall, liberty' late boom the country has known since
I, baked beans potato salad, fruit salad 1. lee town-
i will never be extinguished so long .us 1860. Some understanding of its national -

potato nouffln. jelly, pickles, hot rolls That's pep! i{ they are funned to flame in the hearttor proportions is given bythe Florida -
tea, coffee with whipped cream angel'j You pre invited to "Listen In." at; the young. < issue of the Reviews of Reviews Starke Realty Board
food and carmel cake. Junior B. Y. P. U. .1 I for this tth. Tourists
Sunday night 6:30.: ((3.) However old or win e'lor mt| are pouring .
I Twenty.five ladies young ;
were present. I I" .
_. I foolish simple of sophist/catcd; into Florida. Golden streams of wealth
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NOTICE OP 8AIE OP .20.... *. are pouring into Florida. 'The whole
SIX PER i 'rich
p II- \ 1IItS1'I.S:'\ GIVES IENT: TOWN OP I.AWTEV. or poor we may be, there is. a' '
I i' State, Barron Collier
\ FIORIUA supreme truth that says 'is in the
liKIIKiK\\ PARTY RON!>" applies equally to'
I| midst of '
all-'out an upheaval of development. -
fur of
-- -- the heart the '
i I Mrs. L. Wyman;; entertained the '' H.rby notice I Is vfven/ that th. Board of r I sues o. life.' This brings us to isr Florida is the land of youth the land

k .j Afternoon Bridge Club Wednesday at Trustee r-r-lv scaled of the bid Town for of th'Lawtsy.* purchase Florida of ,.will iO-I I|i I believe, is the loving attitude religlon [ of promise, the land of dream fulfillment -

her. home linn 1 .oil El.etrk ''of and as one developed expressed
on West Madison St. Yellow I.laht. B nH. of the Town of| the heart towards God. carrying i>in'
l.awty. Bradford County Florida. it, 'the sun porch of America.' We
chrysanthemums were used to make Ineludin trie IWh day of January A.up 1915.and its train all personal and civic virtue.
the rooms attractive. Every are getting rich-we admit it ourselves -
more I Bald Bond now and then ,
are to be dated the lath day. of some statesman'
Mrs. G. M. Inman made high score i V. .."'IMo.. A. n IH2S, and ... to be In d.. '''ai.iou-ices i as though he were making .
and was given n nomination of 91,Olio On .acl>. and to bear "What will be the end A week
an a prize a fancy powder : !Inl..**, at the' rat. of ale per ant per an original contribution to knawleJ/; e, ,
I puff, while Mrs. J. L. Peek made payable emt .nnu.lly. on the ISth. day annum of r that' religion is the only hope for the ago! a speaker before the Kiwanu

t low and was consoled with a dainty June.....t and eouponn l>ve fnber attached of sea The year principal, with and I in- I' countr)'. Hilson did it. Coolidge ha,! Club of Gainesville suggested' that nev- ;,r ra10tgfl

handkerchief. Internet of Bald hondo are payable at the Haanver pest. done It. i er before had we been called upon to ?

f I The hostess served a tempting New National York+ Bank. In (he City and the Stateol ;, 'I can conceive of meet such tides of materialism as in
t I course of moulded fruit an adequate Florida today. Well of
salad saltines Th remedy: for the some us are
amount of evils
1L' I I pickles, hot rolls hot chocolate and f JO OM i DO and t h. principal bond .offered of viol for bonrt.vale!aha a.| I I clety,' says Coolidge which beset soli getting rich. From what my graduates ; ,v 913 f6'tI
1t whipped cream. h> and. payable (1 1.01l0.on Ih.Blh day of 'except throw 'h' tell me. I should not be surprised "t?. Deer. each the influences of
r 1 rear bevlnnln with9'1 religion. There i is
The !guests included Mesdames J. .nd enrilnv{ with 1 45. Hide will be .CCOPUH l no form of education if the State Law School soon had the
C. Robinson, T. J. Alderman, C. F. on to one oelncd' p. m.. on Janimry 19th lt25. which will not; richest Alumi per capita that can be
re All bl..".... are required fail there h no form of Adams
to dvpoait with W E. government Won
hoover O. L. Haynes, G. M. Inman Tnrorie. ereretary of the Board of Truatem -h found in the United Sttes. I have Fame
of will
..\. Z. AJkln J. L. Peek, J. M. Mitchell the Town of lji..t.y. Florida a certified check ,'I not fall, there is no form of watched these boys now 'fixed for
f>. M. for1 I non no. al'i cheek to be made payable I reward which will not fail.' Very true i '
Johns N. Sternberg, O. L. life, many of whom a few years ago .
to R. R. ThMle rhafrman' of the. Board of T it hat individual
ru. of which
Beasley and Miss Aileen Alvarez. t_ of the Town of I.ewtry. Florida o it is composed had a hard time to work their way As a Financier
I all bidden ehall eelfy th' time within) an individual can never be through college. I have talked with 1
t MANY PARTIES IN HONOR: uheh' the bidiler will, ."", plylIh the tena hither than religion of which he them and it has been hard realize
thertwf .'t.. noti' e I. given by the. aafd !H'fomposerl., i t to John
j1 Adams
OK MRS. LEROY KOANE '> rats of the. Board of T..I_ that delivery is rulhing new. AU I I was talking to boys who could buy f second president of the ,
'ref the bomb can .be made.. ways we have lived under this law : l United States
1 g me out ten, fifteen, twenty, twenty- woo fame as a financier ir4v j, ,,
Mr. Leroy Roane, bride Certified. and no student of
a recent check referred to above la ethics or religion can i five ,'
times and have be
I who before her marriage/ was Mini fJeffMited an a guarantee of full compliance doubt the constant increase of money to spare. borrowed S2.000.000 from Hol \
ethical I
with the hid ubmitted and In the. But they materialistic? Is I
of acI I land.
I\h I money
Kdwards '.I! naNa
of Gainesville in .. religious
a of in
ceptanee each
bid and the failure on the power American lifrat. e.
ultimate goal I in life? Have q'/ji:/ r
1 popular addition Fart of the bidder to comply' with the' New they
'oj a to Tampa social cir t. situations we have
\ and It is He
j I I cles and thereof tame shall be eoantdered aa 'H iulJated ; pre- Just"touch with the things of the spirit, was a firm believer In banking.
many parties are being diimatfee and be retained by the Board of clnely new situation which'.:all o3 tithe I II
aspirations of
i n planned in her honor. Truateea. 'I heart, the outgoing Every man who 1"
I new vigor in ethic and religion and I hopes to be a success ,
'. This evening, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mar Said town of ,......,. ItnndV are to b* leaned lift them to higher levels. sympathy and love and the demand lv, In life bas a bank account.
{ ion fur the' purpose of hulldlnv an .1..1.1. Jlnht I, v for justice, the search for the
r 1 t' Hendry will give a bridge party yvlem In the town of 4.wtey.. Florida, anil "I call your attention to this significant things of ultimate satisfaction ? No Make
the bulltlin of up your mind to
at their home. T05 South Boulevard, an electric light line from \ place a certain'T
n. I.awtey. Bradford difference between the past and I I think they have not and I I
: K In honor of Mr. Mrs. County. Florida to Stark ; think few amount of business
and Roane. Hrailford i the your profits
tt, County Florida to vet electrla current present In the past there were of us have. or Income
Mrs. Roane will ge honored Thurs Said. bonde are to be sold for not tie 1 > a considerable ( I In the bank. +
number f
a' of :
people who "It is
than parSaid I i so easy to misunderstand and
day by )1" W. B.
Henderson whoj. called
bonda are to be eald aubject to the themselves atheists whereastoday 1 to see materialism when there is none. We lavtto
Is also a bride. The party will takplace e .pprovlnir opinion of any bond at- ,, there are very few. Today a It Is so to misconstrue Inspection of our banking
A9 easy an act.
at Mrs. Henderson's home, 014 tnrney. Raid approvln opinion to be be paid methods.Bradford.
for the person may be called an atheist he You will recall that
'% j. by purchaser who ahall name the attorney. ; David besieged
South Orleans :3 .
avenue at p'clock. ,
Pe not call himself
one; he denies I by the Philistines was thirsty; and
Only married 'eouplel are t to bejrueU The call Truat.ea marrea the' right to re the charge The charge usually re. he cried 'Oh that one would give
fiat me
any and all bl.U
of Mr. end Mrs. Hendry at I f
.ulte from difference in knowledge drink of the water of the well of Bethlehem
m q their this By order n f the ald Biiar4 of Trustees -
I r 1 j :Morning party Tribune Nov.eVt'nlnll.-Tampa IT. ,the town of futwtey. Florida." Straining!' and life experience." .' Hearing him. three mighty

l I Chairman of the. Board R.of R Bond THEPB,1 i| "I have heard ministers who have warriors broke through the lines tl County BankBradford
MRS. RITCII ENTERTAINS returned from Europe the Philistines and brought David
+ I tees. Town of l.ew.*". Florida. 1) assert that
i I READING CIRCLE I Attest j I America was the hope and strongbold.of 11 the water. But he would not drink it; County' Financial Stronghold

I I Secretary W.' B. TORODB of the Board of T.......... i I Christianity; and I believe that 2 he poured it on the. ground. Established 1889
The reading circle of the Methodist"P' Lawtey. Florida U-20-41-1J-H: t J I America offers the most favorable (Continued on pare 8.) STARKE FLA. ,


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J. J. Hall) and family have moved Jacksonville-The winter playgroundof I sant, of Chicago, prominent race-horse
I here from Deerfield and for the present I America, may aUo become the winter man and real estate developer,en routeto a
have rooms at the home of Mrs. playground of Europe.( This was :Miami. "England and the rest of
of LocalInformation LUaie. Tompkins.. rENT-A-WORD evidenced today upon the arrival In Europe has heard so much about FlorIda
Jacksonville of the Earl of Carrick ," the Earl said "A British syndicate -
W. J. Epperson Jr., who is conductor from London, representing a strong was formed, and I am here to look
'.' on the S. A. L. Railway, was a British syndicate which has became! &nto".ted bo bought by us and, a big wint.-r
guest Tusedny of his parents. Sher in Florida rent! estate to the playground established, "Europe has !
t Concerning Our People Business and iff and Mrs. U. J. Epperson.Mrs. TURKEYS-Customers and friends.I extent it wants to begin immediate di>- no place to tco in thif.. wlnter, except ,
velopmonts. The Earl of
I to Egypt, and that'sfar So
Progres of the County and Town.C E. L. Biggs, Mrs. J. W. Andrew will be here Tuesday before whose name, stripped of tltl.. ,ls Chin. it is turning to>> Florld.i:f because away.of its
I ,, Jr., Mrs. George Roberts and Thanksgiving with turkeys. H. D. Ernest Alfred l French Somi-rcst. pASSed wonderful winter climate and also because -
'Mrs W. E. Torode motored to Jack Wasdin. 1. through Jacksonville this morning .its lose to England: and
=:I'JIrs sonville Wednesday and spent the day. PATN"TING in the private car of G. Frank OroHabltual -*- Europe."
WEATHER REPORT P. -Have your house paintedby
E. nan
6f St.
I W hart I Get measured for that suit or Bert Bogart, first class work. '
on si visit >
For the week ending November IS' with her parents! overcoat now at ternberg.s.Bert Call at Inman's office. lt.f"OR Constipation. Cured:
i Mr.< and
'11)25.: Mrs. O, fl. Holzandorf. ,' In 14 to 21 Days IIIl1.u..I..l+

No12 78 70 .27: r I Bogart and family have moved SALE-Good farm on New River "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a speciallyprepared MINUTI* .1( >

Nov. 13 75 54 .::;. Boy's shirts, blouses and flan here from New Yolk, and have boughta : 180 acres on Lake City-Pulatka 3onmipntion.! Syrup Tonic-laxative It relieves promptly for habitual and r'cii SITICIDf I
Nov. 14 77 44 .On net pajamas at Steinberg's : home a short distance from town. :Mr. Palatka highway. One cow, ono should l b6 taken regularly for 14& to 21 daysto
Nov. 15 67 58 .41 I I Bogart is a painter by trade. horse, farm implimcnts, 300 bushels Induce regular action It Stimulates rod so CTa ill illGET
Nov. 16 60 41 .00 :Mr. and( MiK:. M, Huzen, of corn. All to sell together. W. T. Reitulates. Very Pleasant to Take Sue Prom SITICIOt CO., Cemmere., Ga
Nov. 17 62 35 .00 Brook, .. XMIO i \ ,-.!.",i. to town hash. '!I :Mrs. T. D. Clark who has been visiting Turner Lake Butler, Fla. 11-20-41 per bottle. I
Nil18 60 39 .00 Frida.\ lIt'>.llOol1. her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. N. D.
Total rainfall for week 1.23 Inches. I I'Wainwright, returned Tuesday to her Fpl* SALE-150( acre farm, 80 acren
:Miss :Mooie and :Mrs. Roberts, of her home in :Miami. in (cultivation! 100 acres fenced. 7 -
Wil'iur, Brown, of Lake Cutler, wan a Lawtey were vi''jtre to town last room house, barn, other outbuildings
visitor to town Wednesday. Friday afternoon. I I Mrs. O. McLane, and title daughter, :0 miles southwest. of Lawtey, 3-1 YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
I of Brunswick, Ga., wan In the city mile west of state road 13. ApplyE. "
Mr: Equilla Jones, of Graham, wasa Don't miss the sale! of sport hats 1 Monday. :Mrs.\ McLune is conected L. Crews, Route 1, Box 7rt Lnw- & RITCH
visitor to town Saturday. at :\hlrltue'ite', Shoppe, Friday and I I I with the Georgia-Carolina School of tey, 11.20-It:' HEPHESENT THE BEST LEADING
I Saturday.G. C(>.nmerce. INStlUANCE COMPANIES. FIRE
;Men's 2 pants suits for $20 ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,
at Stern berg's. W. Alderman, of Starke, was )Hot bread and rolls fresh daily are furnishing the people of Bradford BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS i
in town Saturdn.s' afternoon attending at Starke Itakery.Mr. county with the very Best '
to business. Kind of Paint made for the FLORIDA MADE PROMPTLY 1
Mr*. Earl Middleton went to- Cocoa County Times and Mrs\ J. M. Brownlee have
week with l'4\1ATE-the: Powder Cement -
lay Friday. been in Jacksonville this
I Mr>l. J. F. Kicklitcr, Jr. hall returned their son, Milton, Jr., who has beenin Paint, which l is weatherproof
from a visit In Jacksonville with Kiversnle hospitaal on account ofa and fire relllstant-1'rat.tieal-
D. P. Carpenter and :X. Sternben :Miss Nannie Howell. broken arm. I ly indl1.tructlble-any color you
motored to Jacksonville Tuesday. I want, and of the kind that never : We can charge your

Brushed wool sweaters for Misses. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Davis and Char fades. YES 8 HRS I
Lw :Morgan, of Plant City, was In Lovely quality, only $3.75 at :Marguer' ley Davis, of Pal tka, and E. J. Smith This CEMENT I'. INT, is especially -
town the first of' the week.L. ite's Shoppe Friday and Saturday.Mr. of Florence, C. I., spent Sunday at suited for weather-beaten hous Storage Battery In I aISmith's
the home lit their aunt, Mrs. :M. A. or buildings needing paint bl1dly-
W. Sowell, of Brooker, spent : and Mrs. O. W. White and :Mrs.' Baisden, on West Call St. making them look as good us new.
Saturday afternoon in town. I iC. II. Bennett, spent Tuesday in Jack' The expense is only about one- : e
sonville. 'I 1-4 off on every velvet hat in stockon fourth the cost of ordinary paint Garage StFarak i:
Ladies coats from $9.9.) up at sale Friday and Saturday at and it is very easy to apply. Any ,
Sternberg's. J. E. demons, of the Brooker sec :Marguerite's Shoppe.J. person handy with a brush can do
I tion, was a visitor to town :Monday af ax good a job as an experienced
Charley Johns, of Waldo, spent Sat. ternoon. S. Griner, of Keyston Heights, painter.C. .
urday here with friends. I was a business. visitor to Starke M. SMITH: Distributor Stnrke, ?
\Ve give Profit Sharing Thrift Wednesday.. Mr Griner's son is circulation Florida. It'
Moss Laura Wynn, of Lawtey, spent Honcls with every 25o; purchase. manager for Tampa's new J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
the week-end here with home-folks. I Starke Itakery. paper, the Tampa Morning Telegraph. have also recently painted their house. ,
and we understand that the good workis h
Clyde Cone, and Wilson Russ, of Jennings Bowden Ford dealer, of I I Miss Emma Welty, of !Maiden, :Muss to continue down Walnut ;$: t. INSURANCEAGENCY
Brooker were in town last Inverness, was in town Tuesday afternoon
Friday. ,i is at the home ofIr.: and Mrs. J. M.
i I I :Mitchell. Miss Wclty having! : come heret Mr. and !Mrs. It. W. Hodges and
Buy your cakes at Starke H.ik- I >4 act as governess for :Miss Lucille baby of Jacksonville, came Saturday ESTABLISHED 1886
ery. Sam :Mitchell, of Lakeland, has been :Mitchell. to visit :Mrs. Hodges' parents, Sire and
visiting at the home of his uncle J. I, Mrs .A. P. Hoffman. :Mr. Hodges returned i
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest spent M. :Mitchell. How about a Bradley sweater to the city Sunday, Mrs.: STARKE FLA.
Wednesday in Jacksonville. Sternberg's! got'em. Hodges and baby remaining over for
:Mrs D. E. Knight, Hollis and Paul 'this week.

:Mrs Smith, of Lawtey, was a visi. Knight spent Saturday in Jackson Thanksgiving: Day there will be onion Fruit cake 60c pound. Stnrke -
tor to town Tuesday. ville. service at the !Methodist church, li.ikery.
) at 10:30: a. m. Rev .Thomas Hansen,
Girls all wool slip-over sweaters, all William T. Frlpp, of Brooksvllle, of the Baptist church will preach the Starke now has R five and ten cent D yaw \! fljjOTCQQjainwjnOTaKnnitnQnKDODUCDiDaifflODajocDajiiTOOjai Bainfflronflifli 7
colors, only $3.25 Friday and Saturday was a weekend guest of his ulster, Thanksgiving sermon. store in the northern part of town,
at Marguerite's Shoppe.Mr. :Mrs. L. G. Powell. % W. N. Johnson opening one In the
I Judge and ;Mrs. A. Z. Adkins returned former Scott store building. A full Wood Wanted
and Mrs. Junius Smith, of Wal If you haven't bought your velvet the first of the week from a trip line of the smaller articles in every
do were in town Tuesday afternoon. hat now is the time. 1-4 off on everyone down the East Coast. While in Miami day demand is carried, as well as I
we have in stock, Friday and Sat-j they were guests of 111 r. and Mrs. Roscoe school supplies.Sale I
;Miss Cora Belle Overstree of Tampa urday Marguerite's: Shoppe. McLane.J. Beginning October 1st., we will pay $6.00 per CordF. C
is here on a visit with friends. of all wool children's sweaters l
!Mrs S. C. Carnell, of Ormond C. Randolph has moved his fam -$2.75 and $3.75 at :Marguerites O. U. Jacksonville for first class four foot lightwood -

Four color lithoyraphed syrup label)I spent Saturday and Sunday with her ily here from Louisville Ky., and Shoppo Friday and Saturday. I : suitable for retort purposes, and four fopt oak
printed with your name and complying. parents, :Mr.\ and Mrs. F. A. Scott. I they are occupying Mrs. Hamrick's I wood, $;).O() per cord F. O. IS. Jacksonville.We .
with the law, full length and half} II I residence on Layfayette Street. Mr. :Mr. and :Mrs Joe II. Higginbotham
size, at the Telegraph office. Mr. and :Mrs. S. L. Peek, and children Randolph is in the real estate business and family of Elberton, Ga., are occupying purchase wood twelve months in the year and always endeavor -
i spent Sunday afternoon with :Mrs.: I, the Darby cottage, recently
Lucian Hazcn, of Brooker, was in Peek's mother, :Mrs. A. :M. Darby of Syrup labels, all kinds and sizes, at purchased by L. A. Havis.Ir.! Rig to give full measurements and make returns promptly.
town one day last week. Gainesville. the Telegraph office. ringbothAm purcohsed the Renton When making shipments mail us copy of your bill of lading.
I I Farm aout three miles. from town
Dr. and :Mrs.' Carradine, of Lawtey, W. W. Zachary, of Jacksonville Mr. and !Mrs. G. W. Alderman and abuot a year ago, and he and, his
were visitors to town :Mofiday. state manager/ for the Standard Oil :Mrs G. C. White have been to Lake family are gladly welcomed to our Florida Wood Products Co.
Co., spent Sunday at the home of !Mr. Butler several times this week on ac- town.
1 II. D. Duke is spending this week in and Mrs. .G "M. Sistrank. I ctAint of the serious illness of :\11'>1.
North Carolina. Jane Croft, who is !Mrs. Alderman's U"st your particular union! JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I
Children's sweaters, prices very mother. Boost your union's standard l;
Everybody sajs Everwear reasonable at :Marguerite's Shoppe.Mr. I I Boost it and make It climb; ysmtasawmtoaiamnamam lDGJmlllCDmmllllDmll lll.Dlm.tDIDCIIG1mcommlllmmmIllCIIJDmCDII/
Hose are the best sold, at Stern- I P. E. Padgett, a specialist on ladies For the chap that's found on the top
berg's. and Mrs. L. A. )Uavis, of Starke, fancy bobs, is now with Alvarez's barber most round,
attended the Davts-Hamlin wedding I xhop. lie has considerable experience Is the booster every time.
Hon. Fred B. Noble, of Jacksonville, here Tuesday.-The Nassau County having/, worked in many of the Junii B. Y. P. U.. Sunday night at
wax in Starke Tuesday enroute to Leader. I larger shops in New York, Baltimoreand 0:30.: U B on time, <630.:

Gainesville.R. I Washington.Rev. .
Rev. and :Mrs. Thos. Hansen, are
J. Davis, cashier of the Bank of the proud parents of a son, Corn Saturday :M. C. Stith preached last Sun- PAINTINGFinished 0
Startle, motored to Jacksonville "Monday Nov. 4th., at a Gainesville hos day at the Presbyterian church and
afternoon. pital. the congregation greatly appreciated' : contract painter, will also do -
I his excellent 81.'rmon.Ir.: Stith is doing repair work in connection with, paint- (i)
Attractive coats, ranging in price Rev. W. E. Daugherty, of Starke, f.'ii- work in charge of the S>>i.ior. I In if. I IAll
from $12.50 to $69.00 at Marguerite's preached at the Christian Church here Christian Endeavor.Mrs. .
Shoppe. Sunday morning and evening.-Union work satisfactorily guaranteed.
County Times. : J. W. Killian, of Black Mountain -

J. E. Wilson, of Cocoa, spent Thurs N. C., came Wednesday, and it J. J. Hall
day and Friday here with Mr. and Mrs.P. M. Barefoot, and children, the guest of her father, J. M. Trubv. ,
!Mrs. W. L. Wall. who have spent the last week at Plant :Mrs.( Killian has many friends here 9
I City, returned home Wednesday afternoon who aro always glad to welcome her, Box 674

Mr. Irwin, Internal Revenue Officer, visits. STAUKE, FU>im>,\
of Jacksonlville, was a prominent I
visitor Dr. A. II. Tucker has been in Fort Master Yancy Williams was in Ocula
to town Tuesday.Felt --- ---
Pierce where he attended the Snyod, the first of the week visiting( his aunt. In Aims for SuccessFor
and velour hats all colors and which includes all Florida Presbyter) He was accompanied home by Mr. Colds Cause Urlp and Influenza
sizes J1.73: Marguerite's: Shoppo lana and also attended the Presbytery.Mr. W. :M. Bomar whrt will spend this. LAXATIVE BKOMO QUININE Tablets fume,
F, ,day and Saturday.Mrs I week here at the Williams home on the MUM. Then U only woe Bromo Qulaina.E.
/ and :Mrs. Leroy L. Roane, of| Cherry Street. W. GROVE .I o."'"uu bua. ]0c man or child bank service is indisdensible in aim for
\V. E. :Middleton! and sister, Tampa, were here during the week-end '
Mrs May Jones, spent Friday and, visiting Mrs. Roane's mother, :Mrs. :\1.1 j The Woman's Club will give a bazaar success. For the child.--a savings bank by all means. It I

Saturday in Jacksonville with relatives i E. Edwards. I and supper on December the Renew Your Health promotes the idea of thrift.---Encourager it I For the man,
I the afternoon and supper will be Il'j
iE, J. Ward, tie inspector! for the George B. Flynn. of Orange City, ved at six o'clock Benefit of the : we recommend he (familiarize himself with the many ways a
&aboard, was attending to business spent the weekend here with his house fund.S. by PurificationAny bank him.
Jtfcre Saturday. family, who are with :Mrs. Flynn's can serve
I :Mr. and ;Mrs Paul E. Canova.You parents I' S. Dowling is having his house physician will tell you that

;Miss Lucille Johns, spent Sunday painted and other improvements madeon "Perfect I'unlication of the System Ours is a friendly organization and there is no way in
with her cousin, :Miss Irma Johns, of can get a blanket for 98c N. Walnut St. The :Misses Ray is Nature's foundation ui which Lranch of service be
our special banking cannot
at Sternberg.s. "
Hampton. I Perfect Health. Why not rid I
yourself of chronic ailments! that used to your advantage
You can't ifou buy :Mr.' and :Mrs.' T. S. Williams and chil.,
go wrong are undermining your vitality ?
dren, and :Mrs( W. E. Davis, last
your !>Shoes at Sternberg s. American Lunch Purify entire "-m by taking -
I Wednesday at the Alachua County ;your Make this bank your bank. Establish a credit throughyou.
Fair, Gainesville. I HELLO FELLOWS! I a thorough! course of ilotabn,
of here.
Messrs. Larsen and Taylor, --once or twice a week for several dealings
Keystone Heights, were in town lastTHur.tlny Where going To the I
you weeks-and MfOe how Nature rewards -
afternoon. :Mesdames. O. L. Beasley, J.I.: .
Mitchell, J. L. Peek and :Miss Lucille American Lunch to get some you with health

f Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards, of :Mitchell spent Wednesday in Jacksonville. !i food sandwiches, and homemade Calotalis urn the greatest of all WE SOLICIT YOUR ACCOUNT

-Jacksonville, spent the weekend here] ., I j pie. system purifier Get a family
with his l mother :Mrs. M.[ E. Edwards.I S. COURTNEY package; containing full directions -
I "Iron-clad" guaranteed hose, silk I Slarke. Fla. price 35 ctu. ; trial package, BANK OF STARKEThe
Exquisite Gifts for Xmas arriving and chiffon all colors, $2.00 special at3Iarauerlte's 10 cts. At any drug store. (Adv.) .
daily .t Marguerite's Shoppe. Come Shoppe.
and look them over. I Bank of Helpful ServiceWE
Senator and Mrs. D. E. Knight left TW QttIeTut/ Dws N.<* Affect Tie Ue 4Bmm To Car a C:.M ta on, Umj PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINCSt
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom. were I Monday to attend the extra session of I of ka tonlr and huthr eIIwt. LAXATIVE Ilk LAXATIVE BROMO QMMINE fTkbtoM. t
BROMO QLIN1NE; (TiMxi) CM k> ..... Mope lk. l.aMS Bod H*""-lie i aarf wavkaWIIBt
among the visitors to the Alachua'' the Legislature, which convened In | kr aaeo.without (aid; C. WtHOvef "l.o...._Mikbo.. sec .
County Fair last week. Tallahassee on Tuesday. b tau h..d 4W.Gf W waaaa- M Ma i

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4 I: AGENTS'. .REPORTS. e . Ideal I Fertilizers Highest
Farmers and Farming
i Santa Rosa-Many splendid reports

: I I i are being turned-in by the club boys. Quality

9g Dade-Heaviest crop of Irish potatoes -

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE ever planted in this county is IDEAL BRANDS have led the State for thirty years. Order early and

METHODS FOUND being put in.BayMany avoid caused conditions.
ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND delays by congested freight

I TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY inquiries are being received
f at this office relative to crops Service Organization' Available' to Vegetable Growers
I' | grown, soils, etc. WE OFFER to the vegetable growers of Florida, through our subsidiary

f CLUB; BOYS GET GOOD I 1,I About 20 bean growers of northI I Hillsborough Corn; club yields Florida Agricultural: Supply Company, thQ services "of Dr. M. D. Leonard

", COTTON:' PROFITS HARVEST PER AND:' ACRE I I met.Marion Monday and, south Nov. 9,Alachua in the bean counties field I showing; up well. Prospects for an Entomologist and Plant Pathologist of high repute. I\
club work next encouraying I
I lof Robert S. Shortridge of Citra for I IF TROUBLES arise in the field t tell us about them and we will give you

Cotton club boys of at least two I the purpose of learning how the lat I Baker-A farm bureau was the most up-to-date method of control.
Florida counties-Madiaon and Oka- ter made his crop when most others ed in the county last week, organIZ\

I 'a 1 loosa-have shown that it is still possible failed. members who promise to stay \ OUR PRICE LIST NO. 29 will be sent upon request.
", and profitable to grow cotton in I The main points which contributedto
I success Hardee Rust and ice have injured
I' the cotton growing region of this :Mr. Shortndge's outstanding -
:;. state, and that the boll weevil army b.-ought out at the meetings were curumters severely during; the last
p" has not dethroned the old monarch, I as follows: | few days of cool nights and showers WilsonToomer'Fertilizer CompanyManufacturers

I King Cotton. Thorough preparation of seedbedswhere of rain.
?P r j' Records of 12 :Madison County club conservation of misture wa -
I Lake A deal of interest was
boys, just received by W. R. Watson, most necessary for germination shown at the poultry'meetings held I ,
: club reveal that growth.
state this week. :Many people in the county
I these boys raised an average yield of Being preparned in advance to -- -- --
in the I
already engaged
1,350 pounds of seed cotton per acre fight the "leaf hoppers" which were are .
business or are going Into it. -- -- --- ---
I The done In three ---- ----- .
at an average profit of $09.41.\ very abundant. This was

average yield of seed cotton of the ways: ((1A strip of ground about 20! Volusia-Reteivd and answered let- NEW RIVER I Those who were visitors to Hampton

j I feet wide was cleared of weeds and' ter from parties desiring} to establish J F Inherit! Riches Beach Saturday Bight were: Misses -
United grass entirely around the filed, which 1 a 10-000-bird poultry farm in this G. W Andrews was a visitor to Inez and Thelma Brannen, Ina, Alpine

1 \, (acted as a barrier to the hoppers. (2)),' county. Held a very interesting meet- b Starke Friday. Rosa and Eva Hodges. Messrs.

I Russell Henderson of Lee, Madilioncounty I' A two-row cotton traction duster was! ing of the local poultry association Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Crews and Mrs. Norman Wiggins, Everett Renfroe,
topped the list with a yield fitted up with hoods under which a 3 If- \ a
d ,
Joe and Marlin Suggs.
Wiley Brannen, of Lake Butler, visited Moody
dust applied I Pasco The Boy Club at Dade City,
of 1.9UI pounds on his club acre, per cent nicotine was | -
'1 which netted him a profit of $111.87. 'twice at an interval of 8 days, first with an enrollment of 20 members, put friends here Sunday Miss Jewel Wiggins and brother,
I ;1 Accurate records show that it cost : application when beans had four to>, on a membership campaign Immediately ll Miss Ollje Hague: spent the week- Lawrence visited friends In Clayno

Russell $-i7.4:; to obtain his yield it six leaves. ((3), A two-row sprayer was i after organization and 27 new end with friends in Alachua. Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

nearly 2,000 pounds, and that he received used with Blackleaf 40 at a strength i members were secured. The original Misses Inez and Thelma! Brannen, West of Starke motored here
a profit of $2.35 for every dollar I of 1.600 In a 3-5-50 Bordeaux mix members were divided into two teams, of Lake Butler were the guests of Monday afternoon.

": expended. I iture. Only one application was made and the losing team will have to friends here Sunday. Joe Mody visited friends in Brooker
fy Other Madison County club boys 1 Iln this, lead arsenate at the rate of treat the other to a chicken pilau sup- 'Ii.." ......... | Messrs. Geo. Rivers, Geo. Edwards I Sunday

and the yields and profits of their 2 pounds per 100 gallons of spraywas i per, with the county agent as guest :< | B. C. Johns, of Jacksonville, were 1\(. L. Johns and M. F. Wiggins mo-
s' acres are as follows: l Raleigh Ra- used and this completey destroy., ':of honor. 11 .!. .:,.J"" I guests of the Misses Hodges' Sunday. tored to Lake City Tuesday.Mr. .

!gans, Madison, 1,802 pounds, $95,00:> ; ed the first lot of leaf rollers. A.j I s .;r I Clarence Andrews, of Starke, was and Mrs. R. A. Newaom and
Cecil Jackson, Lee, 1,523, $85.91; ((60 per cent kill of leaf hoppers result LAWTEYI ; 1416 y;w Ji. the of
; :"r-; .. week-end guest Lawrence Wiggins Gussie Mae Bennett, spent Sunday afternoon
Gordon: Henderson, Lee 1770, $00.0\ < ; t ed from the use of the nicotine in th f I "(: .' I I with friends at Lawtey.
: .
j t Joe II. Williams, Madison, 1,460, $71-1 spray I Lawtey, Nov.: 20.=Mrs.: Charles :':
jP t 41; J. B. Sale, Lovetta, 1,533, $81.31; Mr! Shortridge believes that con Dinkins visited relatives in Jackson- f r.. I '
Walter Shaw, Madison 1,311, $62.lO! ;i: I trol measures he applied are largely) ville Friday. (,+, 'EE' ;, .

I David Baker Madison, 1,272; $10.45; responsible for his success with the t :Mrs. W. H. Biggs and Mr. and Mrs. > JJ.; FOR-

v j I t Ernest Young, Madison, 1)00) $36.05; L, crop while others, who used no control E. 13. Wells and daughter, Martha, ..,. I)618
l I L. Peck, Jr., Madison 413, $11.17;i measures, failed (were shopping in Jacksonville Satur- I

Willis McCollouirh, Lee, 1)58) pounds. I The nicotine dust did some goods day. a .r r8
Eghteen Oklalnosn county club 1" But the :3 per cent dust has proved too''I I L. II. Hill was transacting; business -: NeuI 0 '
made an average yield of 1,150 poundsper weak to be very effective, especially) in Jacksonville Monday. I Ii

acre and nn average profit of 46. if it has stood In stock for any lengthof i i Mr: and Mrs. Ed'Galioway and chil'clren -
40. Individual records follow: R. V. time. A S per cent nicotine sulphate -I' of Nashville, Tenn., arrived

pl : Steele; Luuvel Hill, 1,132.,>); pounds,p dust killed 90 per cent of the>I here the first of the week and will
: $57,71; James Cook, Baker, 1,3..0, $01- hoppers when administered, under n i i spend several Weeks at the home of! I

OK; Porter Cults, Laurel Hill, 1,1S,i hood on a dry, hot day. Mrs. Galloway's parents, Mr. and Mr-. I I eaI
lK $i'i5.73' ; Calvin Kilpartuk, Laurel The liquid spray, however, was not;: Charles Dinkins. il es ; -

I .e Hill, 1,511, $r>525; Alvin Kilpatrick,> 'only less expansive, but more effec. j| Mr, and Mrs J. B. Dye and children, m A & \
l'1 Laurel Hill, 1,511, $5525:! ; Clarence tive, for several pests were controlledat 1 of Jacksonville, were week-end visitors 4
., Williamson, Laurel Hill, 1,237: $51- the same time. at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. A. i iI
; 88; J. C. 1-runkin, Falco 1,178 $:JJ.H: ; ': :Mr. Shortridtre will market at least;, M. Blunchard. I
: J Aulton Stokes, Laurel l (fill, 1,225, $18.- two cars of beans from the first picking ;Mrs. Francis Wiggins and daugh- ,

h I1 77; Curtiss Williamson, Laurel Hill, ': from 17 acres. He readily recognizes -I ter. Miss Annie of Jacksonville, were : ..ere I
t. i1 I 1,237, $:;,1.88; Clarence Fleming, Lau. the help that County Agent Hiattof weeklend visitors at the home of Mrs

'1 I rel Hill 1,058!' 41.72; l Huviua Hutto, Marion and the Agricultural Extension Louise Lowery..
Baker, 1,025, $..6.-il ; Walter Hilton, Division of the University have, \\'. E. Torode was transacting bust Uttte 12 year old Doris Duke fi Gulliver, 1,000( $3508: ; Aubrey Hilton, given in producing this fine noss in Jacksonville Tuesday. pow the world' richest heiress
If, :1; taker: 00(1( $31.84; Stunlej Elliot, crop. I Mr. and :Mrs. W. M. Bryan spent The will of her father, multimillion

,. 1'o, \. Falco, 1,015. $42.20; Douglas Steele, ,Sunday with relatives in O'Brien. aire tobacco magnate, gives her
;, Blackman, 1)08, $12.23 Ali'ton Gavin tha bulk of his immense estate; ,
; | Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McCormick and
Stone Mountain estimated be .
: V Laurel Hill, 67;', $21.77; T. 'V\ Mc. baby, of Sandford were guests last to. 150000000.

I Collum, Jr., Crestview, 710.$1'20. I week of ;Mrs :McCormick's parentsMr. ,

1 I) ,1 I I : and :Mrs. B. L. Blunchad. .PIRI
6 . . . Harvest Campaign Mr. Allen of Tallahassee, was a :
? HOME DEMONSTRATION business visitor here last week.

r'r. 'j AGENTS REPORTS; (j Mr and Mrs. E. E. Burney were
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
. Governor Martin has appointed me visitors to Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. :Marr.
chairman of Stone Mountain Harvest Robert Nolan and children of \ I Proved: ai'y\ millions and prescribed by physicians for
Holmes-One Novel Hill club memo I Campaign, Confederate Memorial Middleburg, were shopping In town Drew Reddish, of the Vanderbilt
: ''i ber had water put In her kitchen this Coinage for the city of Starke. (Mir Saturday. section was in town shopping Satur- !
: week. quota is 750 coins. | | Mr: and :Mrs A. M. Blanchard and Neuralgia Neuritis Lumbago

.II 4 Alachua-Club enrollment continues. : The 50 cent coins, are sold for one :Mr. and :Mrs. J. B. Dye and children day.G. A. Anderson and A. M. Blan- : Headache Pain Toothache Rheumatism

'. '" One lea der secured enough members dollar each one half going to ;Memorial motored to Kingsley lake Sunday af chard were business visitors to Starke

/ to organize club and Stone Mountain, the other half ternoon. !Monday afternoon.
a sent word to :
set the date for a meeting. hell by purchase passed ES legal ten- Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin and I DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART I
"I I j der to full value of half dollar. So baby of :Miami, are spending a few

Lee--Lee county's part in the statewide '' you see that each coin costs you only days here at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

1ft' 'I home improvement contest prom. fifty cents. The premium of fifty V R. Reddish.Mr. .
ises to bo big, if the interest shown cents on each coin by ruling of the : Harris of Maxvilie was in town DPAINQUICKLYBANISHED "., Accept only "Bayer" package

at the meetings, this week is any in.dication. Treasury Department of the United Monday. ru which contains proven directIOns.
1 I States Is deducted from Individual income B. L. Blanchard was transacting ., .
business in Jacksonville Tuesday. .I handy "Uay< r" boxes of 12 tabletsAlso !
tax returns, as well as gross income V bottles of 24 and 100 *,
Lake-The County Federation of I Robert Dinkins, of Jacksonville, -Dru/r; p
tax{eturns. "rln .h '" "i irk <*t Rarer, ftfanafactnre r Monneecilricl\,',.,.. of ullerllcarl\
Women's Clubvoted to give five spent several days here last week 1
The coin bears its face the full _
scholarships to the girls' Short course likeness of with his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Chas. _
Generals Robert E. Lee
next summer and also to pay the expenses Dinkins.
\ and' Stonewall Jackson, mounted on Two applications of home
of F.
4: a chaperone. George Young was tranacting
their horses. On side of the
t remedy complete reliefDon't
I business in Starke Monday gave
DeSoto-,Seventy-five girls exhibited coin is the inscription "Memorial: to,
There was no school here .Wednesday
the club the valor of the Soldiers of the South."
at county contest and each
i on account of Armistice Day.
uffe-don't watt for puln to
wore a dress! that she had made. lie! Not many years ago, when the sectional i Lawtey, Nov. 20.-At the annual just wear off. Give It relief at once
en Turner a little 11-year-old girl, feeling was bitter these same election of officers for the town of with a very simple home treatment.

ey, won the prize! as the best dressed girl, halls of congress resounded with the Lawtey for 1926, the following were "I could not sleep or do my work," WANTEDParties
and the Owens club won the loving charge of traitor and rebel againstthe
I elected without opposition: W. ;M. writes Washington, D. C., woman
> y cup. Southern soldier. I iHrjun I mayor; Enoch Griff, J. T. "but now I can walk and do my work
The act authorizing this coin is an i :Moore and Charles Dinkins, councilmen ::nd sleep at night. I used Sloan's
I Polk-The teachers at one school official Liniment only twice and it relievedme
1 retraction of the charge of
I, naked if they might not have a club traitor and rebel, made by unaminousvote I for two years; L. II. Hill, clerk, of my pain. It is just wonderful.I
assessor and collector. "
for themselves will be without it.
and am to give them neve-
their work after school on the regular It of should a republican heal all President.sectional feeling j| C. R. Sapp, of Jacksonville. was a This is only one letter but! It la
club: day A few young women business visitor here Saturday. typical of thousands that the makersof
the North and the
j of the neighborhood are joining them South engendered Dr. G. W. Brown was a visitor to Sloan's have received, testifying to
by war between the states. : T ., the first of the the amazing relief that Sloan
i and it promises to be l1pa week. a gives with trucks
> club. a very interesting Those sixty: years since the close of James' Pitts came homo from Wildwood to every kind of muscular pain. to contract the cut-

t : I the war all sectional bitterness and and spent Sunday with his fam.ily. No need to rub, it's the medicine itself
,. ', Gainesville, Fla.-Fourteen students strife have passed away and instead that does the work. Just pat it ting and hauling of Cypress Lath

J in advanced horticulture, interested in came reunion and fraternity. Sheriff and Mrs.V.: J. I Instantly itsends the fresh,healing
: t Epperson, of
.T.,, citrus, sub-tropical fruit growing This great act of Congress is unprecedented Starke, were visitors to Lawtey Frl- blood-and tingling the pain through simply the has sick to go.tissues So Blocks, we to furnish the timber. Av-

}It' and lunscape gardening, have just re- in the history of nations, day. clean and easy to use too. Get a bottle '
<< turned from and we of the South can show appreciation J. J. of haul 4 miles.
\ an eight-day trip through 'I Byrd, Maxvilie visited relai "today. All druggists-35 cents. erage "
I, .' the citrus section of southern Florida of it by purchasing the memorial i tives. here Saturday.
.' \f .l and the East Coast They were accompanied coins. !I I :Mrs. J. J. McLeod and, :Mrs. G. T.
r by E. L. Lord, professor The premium on the coins Is usedto 'Torlcy, of :Melrose spent Sunday here C. la.r. i We also buy Cypress Blocks f. o. b. '
1' of horticulture at the College of Agriculture carve a monument to the Confederacy :I at the homes of Mr. and :Mrs A. M. .
I and in charge of the class. on Stone Mountain, the greatest and B. L. Blanchard. cars your loading point. Write "
monument of all time li or see
and countries-
While out they visited points around i I i James Silcox, of Starke was trans ,
Da'tonallami: Palm Beach, and its three central figures! being General acting business in town Saturday
E commercial landscape plantings on Robert E. Lee, General Sonewall'1, Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Carrodine and
If ., the East Coast. Jackson and President Jefferson daughter
& The return was were visitors to Starke Mon
rf>! made lines of horse and foot soldiers of the
i. through the ridge section Trans. South. day. .ATARRIIAL. DEAFNESS
P \iportation was furnished through the I Dr. Price, of Jacksonville, district
The Bank of Starke will U often caused by an Inflamed condition i
I ) courtesy of a large Miami realty com hand keep on i'I superintendent of Jacksonville district of the mucous lining of the Eusufcchlan LUMBER MANUFACTURING
pany, the entire class going by one a supply of coins. I St. Johns River Conference, M. E. Tube. \Yhen thie tub !I. Inflamed you
My next communication will out. save a rumbling sound or Imperfecthearlnc
1 of its pullman busses. church
supplied the "
pulpit at Grace UnleM the Inflammation can
I l I I This trip Is an annual affair with and line our campaign to sell the coins, (, church Sunday morning. The third b. reduced your hearing may be destroyed COMPANY
.,- i the horticultural class the appointment of committees and quarterly conference forever
S- at College selection of candidates i I was held at 3 HAUL'S CATARRH MEDICINB will
of Agriculture a field study tour beIng for contest In o'clock in the afternoon. do what we claim for It-rid your system
for selling: from the number of beautiful L. H. Hill of Catarra or Deafness caused by GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
required the
passing course. was transacting businessin Catarrh." HALL'S CATARRH MKDJC1NH ,
girls of Starke.
f p' Last year the class went down the I I Starke :Monday. baa been luccearful In the _em.. .pj
West Coast and returned through tho Comer L. Peek, Lorenzo Marr returned to his work in Catarrh Mold by for all over drugirleu Forty Tars

A ridge section. I *" Chairman. .IOldsmar after spending: Sunday here F. J.


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THE INTERNATIONALPRESS : : I Intrvat In th* Ian... hereinafter "_rl'-t. thr The Southeast quarter of Southeast quartet A. John. Jacob C. Brown M.1 C. John. L.
I HAMPTON alfl.ner. and .". of all. said defendant. of Section Twenty-nine (ISa) ,I 10. M ThompMin. widow. W. Pearlnn.Catherln. II
FOUNDATION Ii About 1ourI being unknown. Th. Northm quartet and th* Northeatquarter w. .rln.. L.ura O. Thompson '
, i of North t quarter of Section Thirty Alle. M. Morgan .nd her hunbanil. rred R.Moriian .
(Continued from page 3.) ]: Mrs. P. B. Hunt, Mr. and MM. P. You and each of you ar* hereby required to two 133. All of th.. above beIng In Townahlv anil Mm. F. W. King .. .1 unknown .

Ides a thoroughly equipped modern [, J. Pearce and daughter, Edna and be and appear ,",rON me. The Judir of th. Seven 111 South H .. Tw.n..T((22) East 1 other than "ivo nhove. and there ,j
containIng 549 aora I. no person In the Stat. of Klorlila th.
Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida. In and
th fCt'1 10"
honpital, a sanitorlum i is planned. ,Margaret spent last Sunday with Mrs. heal llradford th* Tth day of nooember. I. and thy are .hereby required to appeal ...rl.of a upon whom would bind

Theater and churches n (treat radio Hunt's daughter, Mrs. S. M. Simmons I \. D. 1t utf7ih.n Court Hou** tn *h* aaldcounty : 'lo bill of complaint filed In said ....onor ..11 ..defendant and that It believed he the

In Town of Stark. Florida t to anwera boru. Ilond.y. te 7th day of I.m"" '. C"aln.n. that th. acid d..n".n'
station, a Union Railway Station are of Maxwell. Thing You Should Know NWOTI bill nf complaint exhibited" l In aRId. I A. D. 128. o."r..the ... .t *lil I .Id..n..'. and ages .
.. .. .
among the other utilities which will bea | Mr. E. D. Knight, and Mr. Sistrunkof Court hv the shone Complainant. A. A. bill will .confvedIt Ihoie .r.n".n. .hl..n. known.
In thlault
Du"'l I I. further ordered that this order b* pub. are I he property Involved
of this wonderful develop Starke business here den. and t'n does know
part city were visitors Th Bradford County Tcleirraph l.ho once a we'k fo. Four consecutive laun complainant not
Bradford. and. nut been, able .... ..In whetherany
ment. this week. nirwupaper published In "....k.. D rail ford County Trlnvrnph a newspaper b. 'to "
in Btark, Bradford County. Florida [ .aid known are dead orally.
A great center is arranged in the< County. Florida la hereby drtttarnated aa the I.ubllho ; and. that It I in lfnb': .
> :Mr.' Dan Johnson of near Stark, neunpaper, In which thf notice hall .be published U..I this the 7th day of November A. ; Complainant.In
for Press City. This will\ be the D. IQg. Hald 1 sworn hill a ii run "rI
plans has recently located in our town. ,for four ronrcutlve weekly Unue : A. Z. ADKINS I are ixiraon. interreUMl In thf property Involved .
of real construction and its The 'land dfwrthfd In the ald bill of .
beginning Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Weathersby, of plaint In tbl eau. to quiet tttl antI .....0"1 J"" In such Milt. who*, name or name anti
location has been fixed in section nice or awn and whose .hl.n. unknown .
a cloud thereto follow ,
Pompano! who have been visiting are a. Nortb.) .., if Soicitor. for Complainant lll34t124MASTER'S I'to ('oml..ln."," Then r.I' it l I. orilered that ;
of the. property where there are twelve The North half of the quarter I
friends and relatives in Jacksonville, ieetfrm Twenty-five. Townahlp Seven South. !jthiraald known defendant who are =
lakes in close proximity to one another.Around Twenty.on Fnnt. and lyIng and beingIn SALE fore named In thi order. If .llvlnw. ,'dt'
these lakes are to be constructed Starke, Gainesville, High Springs. and _by John ]o* ph Gaiciea, M. O. Bradford County. Florida. 0..1. all p.rtl.claImIng' Interest under th.

Graham arrived here last Monday, Don. end ordered at Starke. Florida, ,hI. Notice U hereby vlven th.t under and b" :[ knnwn and named l.r..n".nl. \

splendid drives and boulevards and will spend. several days with Sib 01.1.t November. A. D.. 192(1.( virtue of that certain Final Decree .t Foreelutiiir I ,b.r'se.t! or otherwbie, and that all pennn
with carefully selected park) Keeping Young At 70 A. Z. ADKtNS ma l* and ren.Wrvd on October 1.6thA whomsoever who*. nnniv nr name are .U.e
friends and relatives here. S JudgeD U. ID.5! .by Uonorahl A. Z. AUkln' Judvr to be and are unknown tn .
sites. Low hills and gradually sloping When yimr fa'.uilj physiciancomes K KNTGHT of the Fiffhth: Juillcial, Circuit. In and fotllradfonl he or are In the property

shores offer magnificent locations I Miss Evaline Weathersby is visiting to see > ou.' nick child, or Solicitor fop Complainant 11-18-U-12-4. County Florida. m that pertain 'r I. ,! I In this ult. described a* fallow. I iv. I

for the larger buildings and the nat 'friends and relatives here, before she your ulrrn t-;:rmu. n-i..: ilaujfhlei orson cause wherein tJ. W. Itunhant U complainaniml ansi being In BradrnM County, Florida
NOTICR --1 U. U. ltns and W. II. lUath defvmlnnt lo-wlli
ural growth of timber provides idea returns to her home in Pompano. )'C.u take on a \', .i' worthy degree *. th. undriKnvil. a. Special Mnt. r. I...., Throe anrl Four of Itlurl* One In

conditions for the landscape artistt. I Rev. W. B. Hicks filled his regular of ruiir\ui,| conf..1"'nl'.e" in him In Circuit Court. Flirhth Judtctlnl' ) Clrenlt. I will 1 offer tor ,nly and Mill null fur rash tihv < Tnmpln'n addition to the Town of St.."..
when he tolls 'ouh...'. ."" "orlv Bradford County. Florida In Chancery hithateoi fT.t liulilcr. in front of tlu I I Florida II i
In the plans now being completed, {i appointment at the First Baptist assist Natui.1" i* we 'A 0,1., A. A. Put-don. and J. n. Saxon Court Huuw ,.*.r in Starke, Bradford. Conty.h'itrila. ,. I j ho and they .. "ul.1 to appear to the
church and have to Complainant. on Monday the 7th, day of l..n.. bill of Complnint filed In *.. ..".. on nrI
full appreciation of the magnitude of last Sunday morning evening
cure the serious\ lItto-sa. It u lio--. her. A. I>. 1545. durIng the 1..1 h.u.* I I Mondny the Tth day ..... A, '
the project has been understood. Account The subject used at the morning been truly said that the Imaancy VI ..l. for the purpos.'I( "tttmlyinic' naitl. Fina IttSil.: otherwl the O.m. Mid
His W. J. niton et .1. Deer. the fdllowtnHtworibrd real .. hill will be taken .. eonfeaied by the 'I''
has been taken of the great I service was "Christ's Message to i" all diseases, U toward" rwxrwv; .la' .
Th'frndanta.DIII rlurlilnto .
lying and kwintt in County ,
amount of attention Press City event. Church." For the evening service the that the doctor, must twi autaffunize Other \ra"to..t i I It I. further ordered, that this order h. I
Remove lead Quiet Title amP
ually will attract and provision is beIng 'subject was, "Hearing the Word of "Nature." We are told Ui.,t it to ,(..Il.t.It I quarter, anti th. Kant half olAouthraat published one .Heh week for four .one.tttlvit ;,!;

God." Nature that heals, and that \\e nnpearlnir from the alltxrattnn of th. quarter and Wet half of South' w.k. In the ftradTord County T.learaph.
made for The is .
expansion. !great bill nf complaint In the nhove that that quarter. Swtiim Nln tm.n (itS). Town..hlp I. n.w.paprr published In tlradford. County. (I
lieuten worn cnue .
city planning firm of which\ FrederickLaw been only labor as her efficient Four 141.) South Range Twenty-two <22t. > .10.11.. \
Mrs. )M. L. Maynard\ who has the an* and itmlilenee of the defendant W. J.DixoT. .
.. the 4th .
ill ln> of A. D. 1MB.O
ant.! containing acre morn or No..mb.
Olmstcnd is the head, has already visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Alexander The afternoon of lifeThe! season and Fiidv Annott Dlvnn Dlxnn hi. wife hi. ,wife fl. .T.Thorn Rnldwln Dtxnn and I U K KI.m1'S"MI.I I HrsIiori t.

submitted a preliminary report of the returned to her home in when each succeeding hour H.Y Harvpy. if llvlnir and If dead then S. CREWS, M..le In Ch..n..\ Clerk of i'itA Court. Florid.

work which will shortly bo begun under AUciiua this week. "rows more and more precious to their hrirtt devlii.v**. leiratee and auulsna.I are SolicItor A. for ComlI..I"n', 1146142.4NOTICE A. KNIGHT.I .
I I. th 1"
all link now n and' thore o penwn In "
its direction.It Mr.' and Mrs. C. L. Houser, are the ifs poHsessor. Here is the P"ld Qua'or Klorldn! : known nn tho complainant I I JK I M) JOHNS. Deputy CI.rk.I }

must be understood that it is the who wherein we seek to counteract Na- the ...!'VI.. nf a nuhpeona upon whom would ,
happy parents of a new daughter. hlml thf mild defi>ndnnta. and that It I I. be Solicitor for on'pl.I..n. ll. '2..
of the founders of Press thatIt in her work of bringing ubout I Judicial ( t tM
idea City arrived Nov. Oth. ture tlfl\d bv the complainant that th* naff nnmvUdefendant the Circuit Court, t"hl:' CI.

will not only take rare of the superannuated our ends. We must slimuluto are lnterrti. In the properly InvoKed I suit, Bradford County, In Chancery SAIL

and unfortunate Mrs.. W. M. Jones, of Theressa, visited where she would! oppress: we must In tht milt, and complainant do. not Comer L. leek anti .1. H. Hitch Hereby notice\8TKR'1. that under and byvirtue

newspaper friends and relatives here this know nnd by ill It went ...reh. have not been n. .
build where she is annihilating' ; wo nf thht e.rtain! derre. of fotvAluaui. -
men anilwomen, but will alo provide silver cord that she abl- to aneertnln whether any of the defomlant .Florida Land and 1m m ration Company i a .' made and the tilth, day ofSenlemlmr.
the .
root( and relaxation to those of the fraternity week. must repair are llvlnv or di-ad and that It I I. ..11..1"y torporatlon.. *t al..1.UI A. I). lOtS., llnnnrahl. A. V.
Edgar! King and sister Miss\ is fraying. Nature would put UII to mm pin!mint* |In ..1.\ nworn Ml) that they Till Ixinil. Juiluo of th. Hlnhth Judlolnl. Circuit
to Quiet
still in
who active
service, .
are boll e thpiv nr int rtMed In the
like Children want < perann ( of .
business visitors to bed we, unruly Mnrlila In and for Itradford County. Inehaneery
Novilla were ; aid properly. Involved. In thin ult. who*. It appeNrinu by the worn Bill of Complain
It will! \ be an ideal resort for the .active I In pertain eaune therein p.nd-
sit late. Iho
Starke last Saturday. to up > name or nnmp and see nr .tea and who* fllvd In the shot. stated cat,... which CHUAV none a Inic between I. Hank
members) of the profession seeding Mr. and Mrs. I I). W. Moore of I Therefore, if you are approaching pin.. of renldonen In unknown to comolainantaaoi t* tvrnovo cloud from title and to quiwt the< I Complainant. awtry and State auain.t ,Enrn.'st a *orpornllun -

pleasure and temporary ret, as the three-score arena, keep In ,mld bill rt-llrf I In prayed aunlmit uoh title of the Complainant to the landa that It. Ui.ll and wif May Illimn W.' .. Thorloililn II
Thercssa were the guests of :\Irs.Moore' known nnd unknown ,defendant. and all otherp'reona are ..... In the waiil, Bill ..f Compliiint' ,
Uitrdware Comimny, ,
active eorporation
well as making provision for the comfort from indolence. Keep > a
David away firm or corporation. ,t'ml thi* h<-ilff uf Urndforil County rlorlIn I .
Mr. and Mrs. ail The H II Iliiblmrd
parents, doze after dinner-it Is a It f. that all hiui maui.ret,, ,. th In l..n'.ny.' a .ortiora
and cure ofthose\\lhose last days Do not THFPFFORR: : ordered pronannmnl ( ? upon summons I m. ffiitlnntji. th. Special Mit.u
have been devoted to public service Jones last Sunday.Mrs. symptom of ovor-ppting and brain In this ordi' >r. If llvlna' *. nnd I If ,drad Ch..n..r. duly' issued In aitl ... that the : "|. i in .aid cniie ,.un..I"n.,I.l. .ut. aalI l lilerree

P. B. Hunt, :Mrs. O., premonition of epilcpsi.Keep all IMM. (ton* claIming any Intowet undnr th* ... < summons In Chancery, la unexeeutet will ..n,1., .. the 7lh. day of lleetinliii. .
and I who are seeking peace and companionship unlit nnmodj ,defendant, nforvtajd. ditetued or anil "nnnt b* aervetl upon Florida Land 41m I ,.. A II. I IliJA diirtnit. the ,leRal hour of
in retirement. :Mrs. R. )M.\ Foyer and daughter :Miss alert; and ready to do. Too oil,.-,,. .to' and that all penion. firm and tn Iti ration Company a corporation ani, I nl. ., before the I'olirt hou.

Mary\ Blanch, were visitors to Starke late ? Not a bit of i ill 1 Men have corporation whonume who e name, as.reaiIunr First National' Bnnk of Hanuver. 1'ennnylvania I Stark, frl i..uiily. ,I'Mornln. sell i"i"t '
Enthusiastically Endorsed after ,* or plan* nf buNlne, I I. alleged to b* a and Ho rid* Finance. Companyn : .
week. done their very best life-work .0.pra.l.n. foIl." i ut"" .1 In Dr dfuril -
this i.
unknown to complainant that may h* or am ami rtorlda ItHllmad Company.
The has the enthusiastic li bidder.
project .0..lon. C.iMnly' Kliirlda the
sup.iport Ituv. and :Mrs. E. S. Taylor, returned eighty. Cato learned Greek, and Intermit 'In that certnJn' Int or pnrcol of 'land a au.p..raton. four of the d lafrnlnt. nniti t for cash. hl"h.

of newspaper men throughout this where "Faust" was completed 1 after four- or any part thereof lying and bring In Hmd- In oomplnltit. owlnv to thi. to.wl,, the Mosttlteistcorner of

the country. Beside the National Ed- from McIntosh\ week, score years had l passed. Nothing ford County. Florida. known and d.r>crllcilfollow aa of the sold corporations. to eleot officer o' u Hotel'umn."e lot I In, Lawtey. Florida. and runnlntrHouth
Rev. Taylor filled his appointment as *. to.witTho appoint, .nt.. and owIng to the failure of .
of Street Thirty.f.tsr
itorial Association. The Press Associations is too late. The mind be I on the Went .11. Mtote
gooil may Fait half of th.F.a.t half of RHltl corporation to have within the 8ttiuf .
of the First Christian church ((941' feet West at right an
of the following States have pastor kept young by association with the of Northeast nuarterAlHo Florldrt. an nffls.r* or ativnt upon whomPn@t.s iii.t" Hlal Street Fnrty (.n. feet thence
that hi'Klnnlntr 115 ....1. F..t of the North- ami I It in t hatprocess
by resolution endorsed the plan and tit place.Mr. young, tho new, the possible can HIMMIII Mouth: ,I and imriilli'l with I Htal, 1'T CII
: and :Mrs. W. B.Alexander, had went corner of NortheNt quarter nf Norlheaut I cannot b* a.rved upon said. .0.1'0. theme W. and rlnliti
in feet, .t at
offer their cooperation : :Maine, N>w achievement, never by groveling iiimrter, and run Fact 1HR yard'*:. thenceSouth l"n. for the failure of alii ....praU"n. t I on. I feel,
8treut Sixty
uli ((10)
York Vermont :Massachusetts Rhode as their guests last Sunday, Mr. and the ashes of past fires. Keep out I1R ....1.. thence Went 1A5 yard. thenc duct officer or appoint agents I *North. and tl,Sl. \ Hlreet rlfty.

Mrs.V.. C. Kamara, of Philadelphia.Mr. of bed except nights Dare the North l 175 yard.* to point of hpRlnnlnv, all of the failure of ald curporalUm' tn have within nIftAI' 1..1.wlh. right .
Island. Connecuticut, New Jersey, aliove twIn., In Northeant q"rtf of Nnrtheantquarter the State of r.'lu.II. an ,,fleer or atftint upon r.t. .n"I'
\ '. and Mrs.\ Kamir are on their processes of lazy Nature. of Simtlon Thirty (1:101.: l wnnhlp Si>vrnI7t whom process b* served. and that then ti. Stat. Street One Hundred 110. r..t
I hiilnu
Dpleware : Pennsylvania of Wiiinninif Heinir In
Maryland lU'Int
to :Miami, and will visit other "And, as the evening twilight Houth Kanuc Twenly-two ((22)) Rant, con '''I. no pennn In the State of Florida the *er- .
way 1,0. of Town of .wtey, as
South D"kota: Tennessee Kentucky, fades away, taming 14t acre more or I.... I II ties, of n ,iibiwena upon whom would bindaii I lh the t'lo.II.
points of interest in the South before i Do nppear to the hill of complaint on or before and] It also ., from mapped platted upon puhld .0.
I nitpvarlng
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Virginia, West The sky In filled' with stars Invisible eo.p..lI.n. of Urdto,1 lullnty. Florida.Raid .
Seventh of A. D. 1915. .
their return north. tho day Dcci'mher I the Complnlnt filed In the abovestated
Virginia North Carolina\ South Caro- by day!1" I and whatever Iwor. .1.1 *nle t.h. made penuant to and fur tIm
of and In .10.sauna t-finr set up that th r..sii-ncq. of the .
Mrs.: J. P. Sullivan was the guest 0. atl.factlon of said deere with
claim lntrent which and each of Florida I.. fn.1 ..
lina, Georgia, Texas Colorado, Michigan nr you yn.i r"n".n' theraln nanrnl to-wll i : A. Crew.
her son. A. L. Sullivan, of Theres.a, M'.XTVKEKi I may "hove to the above. tlraorlbeI| property or lmnvigrstlon Ctimimny, a rorimrallon Cha*. I. In Cr.anc.ry.n. .
:Minnesota. Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana I .aid bill will lie takvn a* ronfcwied avnlnMt A. I.awflon. William C. Ladil. llunry C. Cook 11lal I.t.
last .
Friday.P. R. Knight
l\li.ouri.\ Nebraska Oklahoma, Beware of fake "Cure-alls. .ni Ht-nry C. Cook. Cathurim .
J. Pearce and family, who have ... I you.It I I. further or
Oregon Wyoming and Wisconsin. been visiting Mr.\ Pearce's father in onne a week for four conneetitlve Ianna *- uf Itobert Cl I. Cook ......... ReortfiP
Unification of Many Entities In th. Hradford County Teletrraph. a (litt. Ulliu The International Press Foundation Lakeland, returned to their home here J. B. Weuthersby and family of weekly newNpaner of general circulation publihi hanover. I'mniylvanla' a corporation, Vln| MASTER'S BAlE
| In Htarke. Prmlfurd County. FlorldwMTNK3S. .
last Sunday evening. .n'. OVoId a trustee for hlmttflf ami (ivortriD .
contemplates the union of the many Pompano, who have been visiting \ The Honorable Ju.ltre. of the C.ltt. John Kruirir. Dnvld W. Fnrrey and Andrew I Hereby notlee I I. Klv.n that under and by
entities and Press organizations W. G. Seales and A. McDonald: friends and relatives for several aald. Circuit and th. official ...1! of the Clerk Itudialll. T (' Hlpplv. H A. 111'11... C. I virtue, of. that fInal dtenv. nf foreeloaur. mad.
separate of Jacksonville, visited here last Saturday of lila court a* wi-ll a. bl. otiinature, thi the A. Mayer. J. A WilHttn A. C. "", Ceo and entered. on the 811th day of October. A.
throughout the world into one weeks returned to their home last Sib day of November. A. t>. lU6J I Weymouth, M. E Knwmmerer. Jonathan C. l>. 111.'!, by the Hon. A. Z. AIkina. Jndii.of .

great body and the achievement of and Sunday. Monday.\ J (.. W. ALDERMAN: ti-eelry Morida finance Company a corporatlon. I'h. Pliihth J,,I.h.1 ('I."lt nf the .
Gerald Middleton, of Starke, has I I W Sophia" Klorlda. In and for Itradford. County In
Hr.l- m..m.n.
Sheriff of Clerk. Circuit Court F.d l.w..I.
I Epperson Starke was I
united action and policies. therein .
been recent visitor here. ford County. Florida.. MHX Ilafh, I..h.) Mntnle Finch, War Chancery In that' certain cause pending
Certain buildings and provisions are a attending to official business he.'e I ran P. Ward.. Annie I W..... E. K Canova. aiTrustee between D. W. Alvare. Complainant, and
Dr. Biggs, of Starke, was a profes- last Saturday.Mrs. I By C. A.' KNIGH'rIS..II for liana Cnmiva R. C. CarterNlcey airnlnnl Vnrramt Wilann anrl ho..n. J. W.

planned for educational purposes. .\ sional visitor here this week. j I ( !JopU'1/ Clerk Carter. ('hart.. A. rholpfl. II. Brndlvy I I Wil.nn. defundanta.The :
Press Musi-urn will bp provided as a 'I C. E. Harper was shopping in A. S. CREWS Arthur F. I..n.r. Esther A. Lang O C. Plummer I ,nnili'mlirnrd; i Spe.lnl Master In aaldI

:Miss Ruby Cloversettle, of Tbrressn, Gainesville this week.'HI.I.IETA I I... lumtner (ieoritc W. Hippie, am I I CAIIMM uiipolnted' \ .. exeonte said .h'a.. wilt nn
repository for original manuscripts, Solicitor for Complainant UHMtU4.NOTICE Finn 1 Monday Ih.. 7th day of December IDS*.
was the guest of her sisters, :MoTidamcs! | Company. Richard llublrli, M II 0".
valuable relics and objects of histori- : JOII SWiIlml'ta. O. Whlpple. Jonathan K." Wlllinm F.trani | In. the Irifal hour of .at. thereon befor* .
C. G. and C. R. Manaire. i, ( ; 8 I'u Ion ton. 'I. I'ul..n. John I'ulterRr I I C'diirt,, hoUKe duor In Stark.F', sell the

<'il \alne In this h-iiMmir there is :Miss Mary Nimmo, who! has been the three year old daughter I ..Mary lulmter. Thnrna M. i'lswtt-r. Samu'i' 1 fitlloulnu ,dr.crlhrd. ianili .1"..... In HradI .
f Fin Arts with In Circuit Court K IK nth JudicIal. Circuit.Hradfnril ford Florida. th anti beet
to be a department |ulrter Laura D I'ulentvr. Mwnhard Bro I I County. to highest
visiting her sister Mrs. 'V. P. Burt, of Mr. and Mrs. Levy Johns died .
various Cuuntlt'lohl... In ChanceryA .Iher ft Comrnny Frnnk B Phelps, Jennl Milder for cash. .wl"
special rooms dedicated to of Louise, returned to her home last last night at the residence WIG Hill A. UutiUn and C. K. Harper. M. PhelpM. Qilbirt I.. Miller. Cora D MIl I Went h.1 of, nuarter nf Soillh-

forms of graphic arts and design. street after brief illness. Complainant. l... Ida l'helee.' II llrorkett t.. ] weal '1"" of nVctlnii Three In Townahln
:.Man In Control Monday. I a Accompanied -, 55 J. V. .1. Hhlpman Caroline I S,.ven. South Ifatitte Twrnty-twn Pant andcontalninv
Newspaper Mrs II. B. Weest and son Master: by the family the body will be 'FFlorItla) Land and lmml ration Company.. Th.D.k.t.. HamMfi. Jn. A. l.mln. twenty' acre.. .or 1_.

The Foundation will be under the Gordon have recently been business forwarded this morning to Hampton I ,CoriHiration. *t al. O C. Knox FUirliln lUllroail. Comr Hnld' ate lo he made iiiimuant, and for
direct control of men UefendnnU.Hill >nny a corporation Sumunl, ('. t.aiie. J. L). the nall.factlon of alil final d... with
newspaper rep. visitors to Starke. Fla., for iterment. The Seashole Funeral to Kemov luud. ()uiet Title and Other MnLemore. John I .:...*,. .Jr. fohn. R F.l''., eou.

resenting every state in the Union. Cecil Moore\ of Clearwater, visited ': Parlors are in charge of the Kell(. Thom.. W. 1'll.. (barlv Robert. W. R A. 8 ritF.wa.
I It HMpiarlnic by thu iwurn bill of complaint Mauler In Chanceryn
A national committee composed, of a l.ane. F I. R. P Prmnott. Elijah Special
his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ David l arrangements Times-Union, Friday, I filed In the above stated cau.., which sauce I I. {Tarter an Administrator of th. Ftte olItpaNon r KNIGHT.
representative from each State will Jones. 'I JS'ov.; 13th. nn. to remove Cloud from title anil to. qulotth P Prcott Jean* Carter J. A. Knox Solicitor fur Complainant IV-S'-U-<

choose its own President and other 1 title of the complir.nt to tho land that Charles Flatiff. Martha 8 Flags and J. A. -
Miss Lucille Johns, of Starke, visited' !Mr. and Mrs. Johns, were both rear- are dvaerlbed In the *aiil bill of complaint.That Knox are all unknown. and that there I I..nriwrnon It3OTICETO: DEDTOim AM> ('HEIHTOKSNolle :

officers, and an executive committee, her cousin, :Miss Irma Johns last,'t tl I in Bradford county ano they hay the hrlff of Bradford County rlorlda.I I I. the State of rtorldn the service of

which will have the immediate direc. j host of friends I I. mad return upon the commune In Chan- a aubpoena upon whom would bind *ald Defendant thai all million, ,
who la given
Sunday. with
Saturday and I ft ; sympathize duly In said. cauae that the saId l b..h
citry Ie.u' that I I. by the Complatnanta
tum of the work of the Foundation. will them i I. unexecuteil and cannot I b.l.v. I.tate.s. dlo.lh"l antI. all pennn having.lalma
RI"W.. B. Hicks, of Waldo, in their bereavement.NOTICE numtnon .. the .. ." Defendant against estate of A. J. Dryden.decea.ed .
Beside the central buildings provided at the be served upon The Florida Land and Im- .h.. .Id.n. and an .. unknown tooml" reipilred, preaenl the -
fill his regular appointment I I' : : Ciimpuny.. a corM.rBtlon. The t'lu' In the hereby 1 I
Foundation for the benefit OF GUARWAV are Inl.t1 pro..t"Invol..d ailthentlratrd( to the County
hv the
Flint Baptist church of Hampton, next Can Grav. and Mil Company, acorporntlon .m. 0,1 within
Com.I.ln.n' Florida
of all, each State* will he given a I LAND The Florida I tsar t'an. and and not been .. ascertain Judge nf 81'.0 County.
ilo not know have .
Sunday, morning\ and evenir.g.B. : | and John II. t one "..'. ., wll h 1.1. In .
pl"t of five acres, upon which it mav Y. Saxon and family who have N I No" .. I. h..b-given: that on lh. :.Unil. Jtnea.(rv. Trutv R.I..r W..n Florid Mutual 811.1ur whether, any of asH known .. .n"ol thtrreto And all persOna Indebted to said ni.
flay of [.lecember. A. D. IsiS. .m dead or alive. their .aid ,debt' forthwith
I. th. underlinedguardian tal. required lo
eri'rtt"\ > own State Building< supple- been the Jll'.t.: of :Mrs. Saxon's mother. I fur William Howard Minor and lleut- Cano and Urv.'lon.T SouUr I h. Florida and' Therefor. It I I. ordered that the ladl' knowrriiifendnnta are to the "n".rl..n.1 pay .,Imlnl.l.ll...
menting the provision mode by the have returnedto .'... Minor. minor, will apply to the ItHilroacI Company J.m. Railroad who are heretofore namsl In thtiOrder Thin the 29th.! day of October, 1925.
:Mrs. Jones I John. rruU-M for -
.... M.n. Fo.ld. If llvlntt. and .. all ". claim
A. Ctnrdlner. d. .ll.
for i- County Judge forllrmlronl I MRS
Foundation in Press City it' re* ". a corporation de t1.IZAIIFTI
'l under .utt known namedief'nlants I .
their home in Pompano. Inir IntemU .
county. Florida at hi. office In the
dents and visitors. 'I "iif, Homo In Starke. Florida. for an ordet r..n".n. namtnl. In *.11 bill and In .. .,. *ummon <| aforea. ; rt iecaacrni or otherwlnaml : __ ____ .
.. to the of the nid cur- ,
-- to loll at private Hale. all the ,,ht. till and r.llu. that all persona whomsoever that mav b NUr.CK APPLICATION FOR TAX DEE
,rmtton* elect of flier* ur appoint aifenbtnnd OP
| Involved
IntermUd In tha
Interiit' of .sIt l minor. l ir are "
In that p..p"
plucet owirit the fa.lur of aid corporation UNDr.K SECTION 118 OP THE

,I-: Fur Flies in Mitchell Trial 'I I I lirailford,' imrcvl' county of land Florida lying: andoelnir dmerlbeil:;: aa In follow.Iho Stark. ;: nr to have agent within upon the whom Stat*proceti of Florida.can. b aa* *officer rved. this leweribed Ilradferd a*County. Florid: l.KNF.HAI. STATUTES

.;u.' qu.rter of Iota am 353 l and Blunt cannot be eerMM '. five fits.
and It appearing that proce half nf flection Twenty- Notice I* hereby that W. T Weeks
141 of Hloek .1.
: -' SIxteen I Ml. a. dniorlbed on th! upon said curpurktiun for th* Town-hip Four HI.ulh) flange Tw.nty.twi.I purchaser of Certificate No. 171. d..t.1tho
plat or .urvey of the orIginal Town of Starkeboundfd Aid corporation to fleet officer, ((22) .
Inl day of July A. II0fi.\ : hat mol
Th ( 1 aji follow tCommencing Mitt nU and owing to the failure of th*aldcorporation \\ North half of the North half of thiVnrtheaat I .alii In my male
.t the Routhweat corner ol to have within th. of nf Rvetlnn ThirtyU ((3 quarter
te'e I deed aeoordaie.
( its
,p-t Lot Scorn '71. f lunch/
sixteen 111 '
\ I and ninnliiR officer mt whom protepH ( Houth |( Twenty .
; Mortita an or *K upon I'ownahlp Four (4) *nira Bald ... .. embrace th. following
t:1l thence
3? "'' S, ',.. tity f, t Wmterly..3 three Inchm along. thence Call North.atreetr can b* *".v.... ami there i I. no yeraun, In two (22)) r.. or North h.1 of North half ol, dencrlbed property .I'u... In Brad-
< the State' of t'lu.II. the terse.of a mubcfl5tpon I lot'. on. ( I and Two < Section Thirty foril. County, Florida : North
Ono (
ly hundred Five hel
feet thence
I : rly whom would bind acid curporntltm .01 NU ( TownshIp (4)) Rjm.
c?, Twenty-.lx r....' anil three Inchra t.. the North. 1881.) Houth. of *Southea nuarter of Norlhua.t Qu.. .
: it appearlnn from the sworn bill of Twenty-two ((281' East. Hectlon IH. 8. II. Hang ail East ]l)
w.t rnrner of lot' t'IVII or Plock, ftlxteen. thence In the above stated ..u... that the retItiicvM In Clay Count?. Florida Townnhlp

I 3glnnn.NaIl Southerly on. hundred Intermt Five halo feet inherited to place from..f itf tti" .r..n."n.. l'h.- rlorlds Land The Houthwewt <,iuarir (three! one (II) ...In acre.The i.ld land being .._.1 at the dat. of

and Immiirrat.on a corporation Th. ..h. southweetiIartnr of luth.w. quarter! tim HMiianc. of ."ch certificate In th. n.m. nf
father. W H. Miner, dwued.Phi. .
...riila Sugar Can (trove anti Mill C "| the HoiilhWfMt <", ,. shall
thi I nth dny. :,,' November A l>. IBidMK.4 8'ulb-.t Julia ftaodwln.. UnleM .aid icrtlflcat.
corporation 'I he 1-lorlda Sugar Can and .,tuartcr of Beetton Thirty ((10 I .b. rvileemed aaeorilintf to law tan ilewl will
I n I ._".. -,"- 1.11.| Guardian '..rovtociatlon.. and Itobert Watson anil \ ,"nl| Two (X) 'In Blond 'h..n on the Hard day of Nuymb.
Robert H. J.n. Trustees for tht, FloridtSutrnr Two
<:mno und (..row A."I..on. the Flor 'Three fit. In Three ((81,. win *. my official alitnatur and aal thin
NOTICE TO BIDDERS "b Kilnj*"l Company and. .I.m. l. Hooter nf C. A. Phelp utvdlvialon In the townf the 17th. day. of Ucuiber. A. D. l tt.
John FruNU-e fur the r Luri.URailroad <> In-bland W. :
M.R. Charles JI. Itt,, f it l of J. A. Knox' ( ALDtltN.
.I..J bl... a c..p.I.a. MHO all of Block )
f. will be received by the Board Coml.a" I Heal) Clerk CI..i Cour
"f Hotul f,...<- of Bradford County Florida.u' NuikrU. Hcwiie, NlakvU It..heft Lelait amiStrlnwffllow "plat of the town of Ilivhland (maid' lot* antiblock. ,. KlnvldaDy .
tli office of the Hecretary of the" Board at Brother are I nknown. and thativrvicf > containing .lxt *n 111)) ...... In Heoilon C. A. KNIGHT.

Stark.-. Florida until, a :00 0'.I....Ie p. mOo offlert.mb.r i,f a subpoena upon whom wuuld bindihvrif Thlrty-onn (HI >t. Township Four ((4), Deputy Clerk.,
14th. l IV2 and at that lime publicly IM 0. permn In the State of Hori.1. the Koiith lUnire Tw.nlp.lh. .21)) Cat.h .
opened for On. *tv. to Ten Ton Crawler ....d ,1.I.nd.n. and that it U by the
Type Tractor and al.o on* caterpillar attachment ..mpl..n.n. that the said. named *tetmn.,lntM. and they hereby are required to appear to. NOTICE TO DF.IITORJSANI)
for FordMm Tractor.Bidder ,wilence and owes or place of bulne the Bill, of CoSpiaintflIed In laid cam .

to fiimf.h complet .,..fixation of "h., unknown. to eompUinanl' are lntret. in, or before Monday. the Tth day of De.mher Notice l I. hereby given that all million

equipment and lame to ba vubjeet 10 demonttration In the property involved In this' suit and ... A D 1 8. otherwl the alienation lew.leee. dl.'bu.' and all persons havinglalm.
that .oipl.n.n.* do not know and have not if said BUI be taken confeM*'l. or ...In.t the etat. of W.
The Board rtrvfa the right, t. reject any been ..,.,. whether any of the It I* further order that t hi* Order b* J Jones 11..d. are hereby required to
and .11 blda. said known defendant are lUad or allv*. or In published one a week f"r four .n..ut.* present the san,. duly aulht'ntli'ated to rita

E.!: 8. MATTHKWSr .-.t..n.or not. ...vf.>|i* In a newspai published County Judu. of llradford Florida al
Cl""m'n 'fHElJt'll.: It I I. ordered thai tit. sail -ounly Florida' and that th said Order hi. offIce In the est.rth'-oe., in the town .f

A. FUTCJI.1'7. who sea '. n." ho uublUhed one a week for four enu.I.* $t.rtss within l U month from lute hereof or
_-" 1I.n..u.\I '>n thin ... If llvinic and If dead all week* In a newtmner pnhllhed In tho nolle will h, haiti In Bar thereto, a I

.on.. firm or corporation. claim.nif intareatunder ounty. Florida persona Indebted to ..,.. ** ''u.
NOTICE the said known and named defenuanUnforewald Ordered the 4th. fy of November. A. D. to pay the. i.m forthwith. .. un.ler-

I tieceai. or otherwi. and all 1 1925.; A. 1. ADKINS. .. Admlnlelratrl
II tun* whomfjever that may .b. or ar. *. IHOMAS: W. KIELD1NO.: Julse l Thi. Int day of ... 1025.
In"ircuit Court. Bradford County rand.In .. . I F.(1UILi.A
(\'Ianoary.Durd fi.Complainant.. ..1 I .a follow in Bradford County. Florida. to- >. Estate of W.

wI 10-2.Ut.ll.JT' J. Jonee. deeeajeO.
; quarter.Fh PI'HIICATION
The North .half of the N.t ORIIror
n. Southeast quarter of quarter In th* Clre.l Cuur. Eighth JtHliolal Circuit.
\|. H TuH. .t ci.hiefendant.. 'The Southwest quarter of Non_' quarter.h ; trad ford County ". *. In Chancery NOTICE OP PINtS OIMCHARGC

.. flouthweat quarter of 0outheat quarter of I J Tniby and F.A. KilKan" h .huvbaml
HIll .. Quiet Title and Km. ... ClaudI except On. acre for a and nest J. W. KIIII.n.ompl.lnn" ,
I Th rturidA,, RaIlroad (ompany. a..... Son quarter haJf of 8outhw quarter Cl.nd. slat. day. after thi data, to-wlt: .n the.

I ..,.., u"* ti ............. l 1.1 npra.ntatln.and .hurh. the East Southwe.t quarter 01 Bouth. ( n 14th day of November 125. I wIl prenl
...i.riu th. .iMtntaii .... dtrt__. ...... rep.--. .be I"'h h.1 of. Wt halof 8otttheatitiarter to tIme Honorabl. C_. A. ( ." .. Connie
vet : tbe Mr.. J. C. Will widow, .t al. .f lir.dford Gaunt Florida my vooIher. -
.. *n and **mlnn. of Himon J. T.inpl'. and Q.. Northeaat .iuarter of Southeast ludir.
defending J T4mpU. eh de....4rd Th' Klorida t' I"r..o. and final aeeuiinc. aa .xecutnr of th.
trah '
> Southeast quarter
CaL William E. Mtahell and men ., jarter ftooth half of and ., of EmIly I). .
Top photo shows Lund and fmmiwrm.on Company. a .orpormion Twenty- Pt'' *. KM... CUd, El. hams will p"
Mm In Court ftbrtUl trUl. Left r.. Iced! .v f Jk/uthe-wt quarter all in gectUm It appearifiti from tn. alienation of tisa .ad ash to be l dieuher.ed a. ...
Md Judge F Plain, John T. 8I.Ma and Emma M. SUMO teht i /I.> ... .* .. -.
Col M.lUheUl Ep E U. Attorney; **mlmn* ,,orn bill filed in t' abnv .1 .. September, leS.
T. | If hv.n and If dead .h..r.. l lewd. rvprr- that lisa rel.ient .. of eertain of This the 14th d.1.r H. HILLKiMiltor

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I as the truth, ran like this: "The country ARMISTICE DAY ADDRESS pose to make his native land nearer
Bradford County Telegraph (Florida), which believes It I Is1 and nearer to his dream, his dream of
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destined to feed the eastern half of I TABLOIDS page 'America the Beautiful, beautiful in

America, faces a food shortage which i "I have often wondered how these history, beautiful in achievement,
Published weekly and entered as ban already sky-rocketed prices be-I I I :I I warriors felt; how they construed his beautiful in life and vision, and beautiful -

second class matter at the post yond the worst of the war days." i act. To these men of action, not in the sight of God."

office at Starke Florida. With the help of thousands of far- 'I{ sentiment, It may have seemed like ,
Q - mers from all sections of the country, Two were killed and four injured in father of the president, has taken a'!' base Ingratitude. They may have been REALTR TRANSFERS

} c. .. MATTHfWS__.__________Ows.fc including Tennessee, now flocking to an explosion an board a French sub turn for the worse, and is now serious, || unable to comprehend the fineness

J. C. BOBINSON________M n.lfp. raise.I Jorida, this state WILL feed the cast. marine. his physician: advises. I and delicacy of the soul of David (Continued from page 1.)
ern part of America. Even with the ; I which conceived water, brought at O. T. Nelson and wife to J. F. Kick-
I small per cent of land in cultivationnow I When two movie men were arrestedin In a race with death, a St. Louis- j Isuch< jeopardy of life, too precious to liter.-Strip for road 3622.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY the railroads New Jersey for violating the 18th New York train covered the distance
', this state keeps be drunk. Just eo' be unable
we may
G. M. Inman and wife to A. D. Cob-
i act" by between the cities
"vice and immorality two at an
and building century average dell.I .
busy buying equipment I to comprehend the fineness and
Sunday by orders of the speed of 70 miles hour making the urn 4 acre 29622.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE new lines to carry the products to opening on : I Icacy of the souls of those who fight
Supreme Court Justice a tab was kepton trip in twenty hours and twenty- J. T. Jones to Fred Jones-Tract
Per Year ________u_________ $1-50 market. I other Middlesex citizens to see how eight minutes. i I of hard against being poor, who work 32-6-22.
I But what the editor of the Herald so hard to be rich, because they conceive -

Six Months ____________.___.__ 7BMo. expressly wants to bring to his read- many violations were committed by A coal train on-the Western Mary- I life tod, precious to be limited W. C. Jones and Mary Jones to
Is the "food shortage I them. ,. Their report showed' only Fred ones-Tract 32-6.22.
-- ers' attention land railway ran away on a grade be- .I and blighted by :poverty, flustrated in
1 which has already sky-rocketed prices 3711 violators. ween Colmar and Mt. Savage/ wreck- its desire to serve and to upbuild life Kate Livingston to N. B. Hull-

I beyond the worst of the war days." !Mrs Landsdowne, widow of the ing the engine, scattering; sixty-three i for the common good. 110 acres in sec 24, 30621.

: .. The" Herald carried in the same issue Shendandoah's commander, refused to cars over a distance of two miles anal l "Certain I am that the swift fortunes N B. Hull and wife to D. I. Ames70

a page advertisement from a Newport I read to the naval court a statement tore \": a mile of rlght-of way. being made in Florida have not dulled acres 24, 25621.

grocery house, with "special prices"I which she said had been prepared by I the heart or blunted the mind !and J. II. Saxon and wife to A. K.Stringfellow .
A few minutes.. with I The complaint of the Anti-Saloon '!
Kerie pencil
rn gr< one of the judge advocates, which spirit of our people. And just by -44 acres 20722.
and pad l and We had checked off League to President Coolidge; that cer-
chance illustration
1 falsely represented her atitude on the a moot significant W. C. Hunt, guardian to Irving Wer-
the essentials as carried I tain Federal officials giving
prices on same are Reading
i \ Shenandoah matter and was an "in came recently to my attention. -
shaw-1-4 undivided interest in 60
t. in advertisements by Jackson- sult" to her husband's memory. ground in the fight for tie; enforce- 'The Book of Foster' put out by
j. merchants In the of prohibition has failed to stir acres 32722.
vlllt and Tampa ment I
the :MacMilIlan Company, came
J. H. Saxon and wife to J. F. John.
of the same week the Newport the department of justice. ''
papers I across this statement: 'The land boomin
: Langley of Kentuckymust
4934 i I'herald IKllued. The comparison be- Congressman son-Frac. Lot 9 20722.
'1, (Membership in National Highwar J tween Newport "speclalll and Florida I serve a two year sentence in the Congress will have a new "baby"in Florida has been a real estate book Mrs. A. J. Dyal, guardian to Leila
boom for Rush orders arrive almost -
Association "reJtulars" 1M Interesting: I Atlanta penitentiary and pay a fine of December when Rep. S. J. Montgomery J. Hough-88 acres 13720.

t _ _ Newport Jax Tpa. I $10,000 on charges of conspiracy to ,, Republican, of Oklahoma, in the daily advertising so we know, appraising we are sharing and Lake Kingsley Development Co., to

Coffee, (M. U.) .11-1 .-1 i .48 violate the prohibition law. takes his seat. Montgomery is 29 selling of Ponce de Leon's land of O. M Taylor-Lot 8 Blk. 2 Kingsley
J "' "President not worried over coal .611 .110 .53 years of age and will be the youngest Heights.
Creamery butter English authorities abandon hope of eternal youth. People who are brutali-
k shortage." Neither is it worrying the of Sugar, Ib .06 .05 .06( saving crew of the submarine monitor member in either house. zed by wealth do not read books; they I' D. E. Knight, special master to

few hundred thousand residents Carnation Milk .06 .414 .O3: M-l in 225 feet of water. do nut live in the miiid. Bradford County Bank-5 acres 34-6-.

riorldu -o- Sliced Potatoes hum, lb. .3&.011.0&; .31 I .05 3j; Permission. h-.; been granted the '1 The Inter.Collegiate, in session in California Worren'g, Association has- "I have spoken of four vital factors 22.Floyd Green, special master to

I I. The two bent jokes of the week: I Flour 1.JO: 1.31 1.38 Seaboard Air Line to build new lines I 1 rendered the decision that "Petting is In American life-history, the Bradford County Bank-25 acres 25-

!, "Couct guard of officials prophesy u Lard 4 lb. ..7018 ..68i in different parts of Florida.Dr. a disease that attacks feeble-minded constitution, religion and wealth- 522.
dry Christmas for )Florida, "Democrats i Breakfast, Uacon13 .30 .n I| young men on dark night. Girls who I and I have spoken encouragingly. You E. :'1. Johns, special master to D.
I Blazer is freed when jury could' may think that I was born an opti
\ plan a cyclone of investigation. White I) Ibs. ,30 .3j; .38 en,age; in the practice do so only as a E. Knight-SO acres 6721.
I syrup not verdict. He charged mist. I was not. I was born pessimist
agree on was :
of form. A. S. Crews
-o-- .21 .211 matter special master to Fed.
Cal 2 1211 .30
peaches with "murder for love" of his helpless I But I have lived long' enough
'I, A movement Is on foot to have the Cheese .40 .33 ..35I0 ; I eral Land Bank of Columbia-30 acres
I' special session of the legislature "split, deformed 34 "year-old daughter, the The U. S. circuit court of appeals: i I to discover that undue pessimismisn't I 28522.

Alathuu county, the west end desiring I)15C'RIMINATION "human husk. bus handed. down 4( decision that the so and it doesn't pay. I Adam Tison and wife to J. 0. Pea

f! to secede and be known as Mellun AGAINST Jo'1.0IUU'\ Two women -members of the New I federalI'ovenment/, could not dis- j "There la nothing perfect, but we cock.-1 lot in Starke.
county. Jersey assembly are ( pose of automobiles confiscated for ( might as well make the best of what J. C. Casofi and wife to J. F. John

--01 Peter O. Knight, of Tampa, has ists, saying it is their anti-prOhibitiOn-1 transporting liquor over the rights of:jWe have and are. An individual who son.-1 acre 19722. .

If they cannot break into print any directed attention to, a situation that hibition exists only conditional vendors or holders of, distrusts himself never amounts to
other way, the "poor but proud" kin requires the immediate attention of the ( mortgages. I much; and the same thing is true of a PINE CASTLE
II An embargo conference; ;; has been I *""""""" nation. My message today is very
An inheritance I
I of our treat somehow manage to lose Florida delegation in congress. I Pine Castle, Nov. 20.Mr.. and Mrs.
,called in Jacksonville. I Federal agents have been sent to old and true. 'Be strong an dot good
I themselves until their relationship' is tax provision has been incorporated to meet to disIcuss | Edwards and family of Starke were
I alleged discrimination in the Florida to aid In solving the shipping I courage. Thus we may prove ourselves -
firmly established In the public mind. in the new tax bill that is a I I the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall
.t' i' -----0----- direct slap at Florida. When the bill 'present )Florida freight embargo rela- j problems facing the railroads. worthy of, the brave soldiers and family Thursday.Mr. .

.J.4' : Automobiles have been prohibited was first given consideration at the live to Georgia lumber mill shipments. who fought tha we might have peace and Mrs. E. J. Dowling
,, .y from operating on Florida Highways, initial hearing of the house Ways and I' AI House, the bandit extraordinary, I IN MAYOR'S COURT today"I want; who to died see that America we might stand live.on visitors to Starke Friday.
according to published by a Means committee the was
reports purpose
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sheffield
yields stage when the Raiford prison Guy Hilliard, driving without lights, her were
own feet, independent, able to I
Thirteen bill would be
In Elkhart, Ind. made clear that the
". newspaper doors him and costs. : visiting friends: at Hampton one ady
clanged to lIe ,
on Sunday. educate able
and (should honest
bearing the Indiana license tag ten the benefits that )writ-I
cars to overcome I I$3
\. last week.
has served four days of his sentence I Dan Moore, charge with being drunk I sity arise) to whip the world. t want
passed certain point on the highway ida has received from her ban I
a Miss
| Ruby Harvey of
: forfeited Hampton
of 25,550 days. $5 bond. to see Americans able to endure hard i was
rt'' near Lake City one Sunday recently levy of an estate tax. That aim has. Sullivan, reckless driving, forfeited and the guest of her cousin Miss Lucille
within 25 minutes.. been adhered to in the provisions of I 1, Fire breaking out on the Mississippi $5; boftid. j' ships want to Americans to enjoy able prosperity. 11 I Hall ono day last week. \.
see to ;
-o- the bill which retain the federal tax river ducks at New Orleans destroyed reverse A crowd from here
attended the
A. Page, reckless driving, $::5
I democracy and bale, in flaming >
I Bishop Denny solmenly advises thee and write off 80 per cent as credit to property to the value of three mil bond. patriotism | Alarhiia County Fair at Gaines
t I of the "If would 1 keep Inheritance to love their country. I wantto
< that have
men country: you those states an lion dollars before being brought under Albert Underhill, speeding $5 bond. ville.
your sex in public, grow u patch of I tax. This is intended to nulify the control. see every American a man who A. C. Hall was a business visitor to
never turned his back but
hair upon your upper lip. That is 'feet of the Florida law. et-I' :Silas Kite, of Palatka, was In town marched 'I Green Cove Springs Tuesday. t tI
I all the women have left us. They Because Florida has been able Ponzi, the financial wizard, whose the first of the week greeting friends. breast forward; never doubted clouds Cecil Refuse, of Hampton, was in our
cut their hair and wear men's clothes pans modern tax laws, adopt a low international postal bubble busted He was our town Marshal until about would break; nor dreamed, though I Ifight I I section one day last week.

but they can't wear a mustache. It is comparative state tax rate and yearly I i and who has a seven year sentence three months ago, when he resignedto were worsted, wrong would i Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling and

t 1 your badge of masculinity." !Many a reduce it, and get along without a i hanging over him, is in Florida to recoup fill an appointment\ made him by triumph. I want to see every American I i fan :y were visitors to Gainesville j

young man would like to follow the I, tax upon estates and incomes, others I, his losses and pay his creditors Governor Martin. He with his familyare afraid of nothing I Thursday.

bishop's advice if he only could. :are envious. Because Florida! is pros i, through ventures in Florida" real es. residing in Palatka, and "ChiefKite" and dishonor filled with except wrong I: Mr. Gillet and son, Harvey, of Hampton -
tate. ; unshakable
-0- i she must the penalty of has friends here who
perous !pay many were the guest. of Mrs. G. W.
f'I TIE) TEST discrimination. This attitude is un- I i Robert B. Valleau-, of San Francisco always glad to welcome him back in faith in the fate and future of his nat. |('Sheffield Monday afternoon.

of the free institutions of this coun- will our midst. ive land; and thrilled with living pure
locate in Florida after
.11. This winter is the tost. The whole the makingan
American and contrary to spirit
extensive of the lIe
future of this state depends to a
tremendous, degree oh' how the try. It violates the principles of states says "If Los Angeles hud one-half the "

weather and, the abnormal conditons rights real advantges that Jacksonville en : RED LETTEK DAYS By A. a CHAP1N
The proposal' in congress to discriminate -
joys, it would be big New York
as as
::. that will prevail In )Florida during the .
Florida! is anotherexpression "
against inside of twenty -
r next six or seven months. We have year.
r of the of puison.. I I 0HE
campaign Britih naval officials are having difficulty .
: freezes in the past that threatened to
annidilatc our economic structure; Many of the attacks against: Florida i in ascertaining cause of sink I II DAY YOU CAUGHT TUB kICK-OFF

can we now stand an avalanche of pros- have been laughed at because they I ing of submarine M-I in the English I ON YOUR OWN OWE YARD UIK.E AfcO 3A.V f {
ludicrous. But the situationhas AND DODGED AMD SIDE STEPPED TH00061F g4
verity thnt will sweep Florida from were so Channel, with all hands. I /
now passed beyond the stage of I THE ENTtRB OPPOSlVff- TEAM FOR THP '
West to Pensacola, I
Key wiping out
of the states of The conditicft of Col. John Coolidge
l tho old] landmarks, upsetting regular "'st. Florida is one WINNINGrOUCHDOWIJ -- ,wDTHB ,
n r
habits of business and life, and eleutnfjlnjr the country and is entitled to just as FLORIDA UitlbF TOw a hi 4PE2 CAME OUT THE NET TWY r
i the whole atmosphere! much consideration and protection as WITH A LARGE SVncAD THAT YOU tvERE

f' Many 'people seem to stand udvo any other state. If an outsider were It remained for Walter Rose, President \ A SBCOMD RED'Gr4NteE _. -o* 0Y- 4 f

I city very nicely. Very few have the to judge: from the perusal of some of the Florida Association of Tt4 /WERE THE RED LETTEn-TWYS !
'1 moral stamina to stand proaperity.I papers in other states and from such Real Estate Boards, at the convention

I Florida is facing a crisis of prosperity.The efforts as that now attempted In congress ;' in Lakeland Tuesday, to put the sail- I

tide has come in the life of this to discriminate against Floridawas ent points of Florida greatness in the Ii b 1-
not a part of the union but a foreign I' fewest word record. Mr. Rose cr
11 state that If taken at the flood leads on i
land. The state can withstand r-- .
I on to fortune. If precautions are put over this shining exampl eof saying
i r. not taken, however, we may be left some of the attacks of disgruntled a whole lot in one minute:
publishers for she sees through their I 1 1
stranded. I Florida is the only state in the -
j and the tide of
Hundreds. of thousand of people short-sighted purpose Union without a state debt. Eight-
will be our guests this winter. When 'usineas continues unabated, but when five per cent of fullers earth mined l

they return to their homes. and tell Vhe government is asked to throw its in America comes from Florida.
weight into the balance to help the I ,
the homo folks all about their stay in Florida's sawmills turn out nearly
\ I Florida, the future destiny of this poison dispensers it is going beyondthe one billion feet of lumber each year. II

state will be prettwill fixed. It Is pale of common justice, and the Eighty per cent of the country's supply -
state has the right to resent. the attack of I
doubtful if the state could ever recover phosphate is produced here. '
i from the blight of a bad repu- I with .all the power at its com Florida, leads all states in turpentine I ttire
mand. Besides Florida, Alabama is
tation obtained at this time when as I production. Although )Florida is essentially -
no cither state has even been before subject to the same attack. Thus, two I an agricultural state, 1921 I
states are singled out, but the main
it is manufacturing totaled than
sw running over with visitors. more
The Manufacturer's Record, one of drive is against Florida because this 200000000. The weekly payroll of

*' Florida's best friends, says editorially state interest.his held the spotlight of national the cigar industry. alone Is $250,000. !

S : "The supreme question now is There are at present count in Florida
The repeal of the federal inheritancetax ,1,7+1
to provide means to take care of them 2,582 manufacturing plants turningout
a favored by high officials of the
$213,327,000 of I
and manufactured
prevent them from being gougedby products -
conscienceless people seeking only government.: They would leave it entirely annually. Banking resources

H immediate gains. regardless of the to the states to act upon as they have ;increased 500 per cent In eleven ,
state's future welfare." ""e fit. They would give the federal years. Our farm property was, valuedat I II

tt r It seems! to us that every citizen government the exclusive right to income U31>,ooOooO in 1925. Less than II I

v' of this state has a heavy responsibility tax levies. This method would two percent of Florida farms are un. I
resting on him to do his part
in the great task of taking care of of equality everywhere with no points very clearly to Florida's health 1

the people. Surely, there is enough special advantage: to any section or ly financial condition. The produce 1I
$ t public spirit in Florida enough interest state. The inheritance tax: laws differ imported and exported Is so great thatas I

In our present welfare and that in the various states. Each state some one has put it, a carload of
f of the future to measure up to this I goes so far a, it deems it proper un- products must pass the state line either I

:, respo1)sibility.-Fort Myers Tropical di'r. th right of local government.: coming or going, once every four I
u'I News, Florida has found that sho does not minutes throughout the year.
-o-- need to levy such n tax. She Is ableto Which Convinces us that Walter I
I ( r get along without It and is entitled .
HIGH PRICES IN FLORID would make an admirable wielder of ,
AM TENNESSEEThe : by every consideration! of right blue pencil at a 'copy desk." We do _
and good fortune to eliminate It just ,
not remember having much

::, editor of the Newport, (Tenn.) "ns every other state has the right to about Florida In as few seen The : .- ..: :: L ::, ___ :: :.- :-. ... .. : -'.: -, '. : . .'-; ..: ._ .., :. '.:: -1';,.;,. ": .i :... _-_.. .. ._ '_ h
77" 4. Herald[ l, which has been canning news fix the levy high or low as it tiesires. only thing he omitted is the climate, "
4. articles onflorldu written by that notorious The inheritance tax is wrong( but if and everybody knows about that with-

I liar Harold Keats, "special'1 other states want to impose. it and can out being told It would be a fine LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith
investigator, one of which was tf find no other source of taxation to idea for Florida organizations and ,
,j 1 published in the last. I"sue'of the meet their expenses. that is. their con business concerns to print this fragrant -

Telegraph; may perhaps be Sinter in 't-rn. The principle of local taxa Rose-petal on their letter-heads.
t his belief In the truth of the articles, tion and home\ rule Is Involved and it -Tampa Telegraph. .
hut unless Tennessee has put a ban Is upon the basis that Florida pro

IB a on Florida papers, he was In a position tests against the federal government should join in an avalanche of pro REALTY
to compare the "high" prices in Florida stepping In in a manner that violatesthe tests that will cause the lawmakersat COMPANYSTARKE

r ; cities with the prices of every day intent of the constitution by making Washington to heed the state's objections -
i necessities as advertised in his own her suffer because of her prosper which are based upon the fundamental FLORIDA

i home town. I ity. That i is what the proposal before principles of honesty, fair

t. One of the items mentioned by Dir.h the Ways and Means committee does I I dealing, and justice between the ." .... .. ... ... ..... .
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