Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
November 27, 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)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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OpensIn I Road 13 To Be I Jacksonville Tampa; And Seaboard To Make Opening LargeSubDivision t..


Middleburg! Connected At
i : Change Embargo

Miami To Have Air I

: ert Industry In Clay County To Exhibit Highland Soon Near Hampton
.. at Fair. : Cancels Ban on Road Material 1-:1'-\:\

M dlcburg Nov. 17.-Of more fianlocaljpnterest : I I fivtite Last Monday i

is the pottery, newly ,, Ihree-iiuarters of a !Mile Remain to Mail Service By April The Seaboard Air Line Railway > oatuing llama Realty Company: Will BeginSelling '

established in Middleburg. Be Completed; Rock Embargo the difficulties encounten I Campaign on Property :

The'Edgewcfid' Art Pottery, ono of I Removed I in the enforcement of a complete embargo ;iI 1
Florida's newest industries, has open- on sand, clay ruck and gravelfor The Damn Realty Company of
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With no further delay in rock shipments > Now Yolk City hove filed with th*
ed I'flrt'lt' kiln of vases, urns and I I and Extended Atlanta June. I In inviting bid the .postmaatci general intru-state movement in "Florida
miscellaneous earthern ware here and ,! the contractor on the short!I by I included u stipulation as to the effective Monday, November 2:1.: canceled county commissioners the plat of their

the potter Rufus E. Brown, states the'' stretch of road between Highland and WoBhini'tnti. Nov. la.-Air mail sev- time of ne iiunnj; xorvu.... a feature its existing embargo now effective subdivision near ]Hampton( and with -.

run was entirely uitisfactory. I IMrf Maxville, proposes to finish the road' vice between fmridu's throe principal not imludod'in previous air' mail I con- on these commodities their approval will begin their selling\ ,

Brown i is from Arden N. C., to Highalnd within the next few days aI!'I I cities Jacksonville, Tampa anti ,Miami, !' tru"t Invitations. The service between The effect of this minoiiiicenu campaign In the cities through th* j t

where: with his brothers, he has conducted .- there being only three-quarters of by April 1, next with extension. to i I Jacksonville, Tampa und Miami indicates that there has been an improvement North. This property Is located a '
a pottery for several years. He mile to be rocked. With this end Atlanta not later than June 1, him, must be placed in operation nut lat,'r in transportation conditions .- short distance south of Hampton, and

came ta Florida because of the great j netted there will remain only a fraction been decided upon by Postmaster than April I nuxt, and the extension us u result: of existing embargoes work on opening streets and other Improvements -

demand for fine art pottery for Jec- over two miles to Mu.xville and'! New. | to Atlanta not later than June t next. and although the Railway is cut will begin itt an curly ,
it believed suitable allow t
oratlvo purposes' in the state. He says I is detours will The postmaster general; invited bids j, The successful bidder may operate in position at this time to furnish u dnh-
l I. excellentfor traffic to puss without trouble for service tho entire to Hampton I is I In he( midst of rapid
the clay of Clay county the operation of a contract airmail over route prior one hundred per cent service in con a "
this purpose. during the short time needed to coin- route between the four cities, :, those dates if he is prepared j to do so. nection with the movement of those ly developing scctiiui, uf [Bradford\ I II
the base.
The artist and designer for the now plete I the bids to be opened January 18. It ,: The contract will be limited to a commodities, us well ax other rommodities aunty, this being only one of the num-

Indiistiy, as well as one of the own- The Seaboard has removed the embargo i icau..e is expected operation of the service i j j four-year term. now embargoed U feels lint her of new projects and subdivisions
rock and the main
era, hire. Irma Green of Jack on for tho shipments, the'|' will expedite materially Important The air mail postage rate! of 'on c1|iditionn now justity somo service opening there.E. .

is afrmtive of Middleburg.! onvil1"1 connection has delay been in removed making call between the Florida cities and I'I cents 'an ounce will! be charged and and it has been decided to undertaketo Goldstein of Now York City and

ceived\ her art training, in the principal Northen financial and industrial the contractor< may receive up to SOi supply this service in proportion nruxurnmn\ general manager of

College, of Lake City. DEATH OF MRS. CROFT: centers through close train i' per cent of tl.e revenue from airman which are constantly changing and in the United Finance ('n., of Winnipeg,
Mnny! : of the pieces turned out hy'tlie connection at Atlanta. I postage derived from letters carried. keeping with present abnormal move-
|new pottery are of entirely new Mrs. Jane Croft; died in Luke Butler The schedule determined upon by I PonUl 1 officials belie\e the route ment of both enter-und intru-ntute organized to inaiket this subdivision -

design and till art work Is complete | November 18th, after a short Illness, the air mail service officials calls for :, will: ha one of the most profitable in traffic. and selected I his locution on

departure from anything now in VOBT- ] and was buried in Swift Creek <'1'11'- departure of planes from Miami at 7 I' the air mail Horvice. They expect H While the present U'ulI..ortath'ncunhtlonll uci"4int. of Its adaptability to their.

u.The( patterns, mostly tropkal''' tery As Mrs. Croft was one of tho a. m.; Tampa at 9:40: a. m.; Jacksonville I large!! amount of iiitru-stute business in in Florida territory already needs The land waN !purchased

scenes, arc etched on the clay before I oldest inhabitatns of that section and at 11.40 t : a. m.; and arrival at(I Florida in addition to heavy mailings: show through Mr Irving Wondiuw, of tho
some improvement it is extremely
burning making a novelty that is I I was so well and favorably known, her Atlanta nt 3 p. m. The southbound I I from Florida points to Northern conters difficult to forecast ut this time Hampton Park Really Enterprises: ,

bound to appeal' to the aesthetic eye. funeral was attended by a largo con- planes will leave Atlanta at 7 a. m.; and from the large cities of the* the volume of traffic to lie' offered who located in Bradford county only

The new company will have an ex-| course of friends and relatives, who Jacksonville at 10:25: ; a. m.; Tampa nt North to Florida.( Connections with from time to time. It U. lifter mi,king extensive. investigation
now expectedthe
hiblt at the state fair, in which it will brought many beautiful flowers as 12:30: p. in.; and arrive at Miami at | mail trains. at Atlanta will place mail Seaboard's new extension of other sections of the .suite

show an actual demonstration of pottery tokens of their love and respect. 3 p. m. An average flying speed of :, posted in Tampa and Miami one morning Brooksville and Inverness connecting will- _- uI
making. Mrs. Croft was born seventy-six approximately 90 miles an hour over into New York and Chicago the following
be for
traffic December
open on flth
in She the 600 mile route is stipulated. evening.Florida Miami Concern
years ago Georgia. was H which, when realized, gives it the equiv .
loving mother and wife her husband
+ alent of
approximately ninety
Railroad To Long I Samuel Croft, having proceeded her TilE The of double truck main line between percent
to the better land. She was the mother REAL WEALTH OF FLORIDA :113,000 curs of oranges
Florida orange is sweeter than the and Tampa-St. Peters- Lat'ge'Tract
of six children of whom
? Aoibjt two months ago The Commercial California: Orange und the burg; also with the completion of its
living, namely: William Croft of Lu-
Branch WillOperate its edi- markets Valrlco cut-off 'provides for the rout
i lu Mrs. G. Alderman Appevl sent real estate freight rates to consuming
; W. of Starke;
tor to Florida. His instructions. were are cheaper. ing of u considerable- amount of traffic To Holdings Here
John and Eddie Croft, of Fort Meade;
to look into the real estate business now passing through thut part ol
The United Status can a
and Mrs. J. C. Crews of Lake Butler.
Again : there see how prices conformed to Florida of and grapefruit its very busy lino between Baldwin,
Mrs. Croft was a member of the crop oranges
Baptist church and will be /greatly value see the good and the bad and twice as big: as the present output. Waldo! Ocala and Wildw.Mid. llrvtard Properties, Inf., Purchase

I missed in her community.Mr. report accqrdmgly. Last year there were shipped from The movement of sand, clay rock, 2910!) Acres for ft'\iiIlO>: )< In
'Green Cove Springs; Oct. 11. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman andG. He began nt Atlanta, struck FlorIda Florida $1.601l.tJOO! ) worth of straw and gravel between points on the! | Bradford County.I .

Mr. J. C. Penney and Mr. R. W. C. White, of Starke, attended the at Jacksonville and went down the berries. Florida strawberries come in Seaboard Air Line In Florida, will lot
Gwynn, his associate and lawyer who funeral 1 last Wednesday afternoon East Coast. lie went across to Tam- early be handled on a permit system but I Among the realty tiannfern filed

were here several days last week left i pa. He found a lot of crookedness, Last.yeur there were shipped from will be regulated 1 to its transportation. Ifor record this! week were three to ,

Friday, but expect to return again''' DEATH MRS J. F. KICKUTER. SR. absurdities and Insanities in Florida Florida $3,000,000 worth of snapbeans. capacity through car supply and in accord the Urevard Properties, Inc., of Miami
again early In December for a more ] real estate. He found real estate of Florida last $3,875- with its changing situaion from showing the purchase of 21110 acres of
extended stay. j I There were many sad hearts Tues- genuine value there. In this issue he year produced Jay to day.Green. land lying around Luwtcy in the
000 worth of cucumbers.
'.,;During their visit Mr. l'enney, with day when it was said that !Mrs J. F. is making a final Bumming up. .--. ------ .--- northern portion of the (county the
Mr. Gwynn, went over his large prop- Kickliter, ST., had suddenly passedto The Florida real tsute boom has obscured The same year Florida shipped out revenue stamps attached Indicating\ :
erty holdings in the county and formu- her heavenly home. :Mrs.. ICUkhter things really worth while'm $1,000,000 worth of lettuce and, $11,000( u purchase price of .moOO.'!I 110

lated nom plans that will\ be of tremendous had been in failing health for several) that state. There is real wealth in worth of enrly peas. Speaks acres of this land brought/ n flat $IfJO

benefit to future develop-1| months and high hopes had been entertained Florida. There is a great future for The Florida potato; crop lust yearfet'h..d ,per acre, the remaining averaging

.ment., lIe is deeply interested in the of her recovery, but for Florida. That future is based not $7,000,000 ad the sweet potato Before $::10 per acre

fdture growth of Green Cove Springs, the past week she gradually grew upon the things everybody is talking crop brought $1,000,000. Ocala 'I his property makes up the second

and .he is anxious that that growth weaker until the end came quite sud about. Florida produces an enormous purchase by the company In Bradford -

shall be far removed from the mush- '' denly Tuesday morning. Mrs. Kick- When the Commercial Appeal ordered amount of tomatoes. They brought Into 11,000 acres being purchased by

'i 1 "'room, variety as possible. lIe likes liter lived a beautiful Christian life and the young man to make this the state last year $0,000,000. They Rotary Club thorn last May from R. II. Smith, of

iI-; 'the tourist business proposition, and will be sorely missed in her home, her journey w<> knew that there would he were hnuled out in 0,000 cars Sampson City. Included In their first

1 feels that It will\ be of great benefit churc'.i: and among/ her many warm much complaining and howling Tho icoiglu is supposed to be a great purchase Is the land Hurniiindlnff four

but think it should be, as we might friend WallinggfiAd and the Babbitts we watermelon state. Florida is just a Congressman Talks on Mellon I'lun of lakes Sampson Uowell, Cr<,*,by and

,\say, a side line. He is convinced that''1 The funeral took place Wednesday knew that there would scream their little greater. Last year Florida sent Income Tax (Reductions I Hampton, and it is understood the du1 -
, something of more substantial and afternoon at three o'clock from the resentiment. out $2,203,000 worth of watermelons. I vel opera propose to undertake extvn-
, t;.permanent nature should be in the Baptist church of which she was a Florida will be a great winter resort Georgia shipped out more melons, but Ocala, Nov. 18.--Judge R. A. Green sive improvements on Unwell and

" .( making; to give Green Cove Springs faithful member and was attended bya and it deserves to be. Even so, Florida, being In the market first got member of congress from the second Sampson! lakes.

. %' "and Clay county a substantiality, and large concourse of sorrowing friend there must be places In Florida where the most money. district addressed the members 01 the This tract of land In cut through by

wjfor, this he looks to the buck country, and relatives, a number of them coming people of moderate means will b able One of the champion crops of FlorIda scale Rotary clue ut its unchvon lie the Wunnoe branch of the Seaboard,
}t ,and visualizes farming, stock-raising! from other places in Florida and to spend a few months without paying | is celery. It is almost unbelievable briefly discussed the great expansionand and it is understood their purchase included

'. farming trucking;, and fruit and berry distant states._ Plaza or Ritz rates for accommodations. but the celery crop of Florida taut development of America and her the entire village of Sampson
, .. .. --- -- --- year brought $8,250,000. Besides City. Their last purchase include
''I'growinfr.( Mr. Penny's holdings industries, then took up the Mellon I
Tide of town consist of about a hun- Florida will reap much from these these things, Florida grows alligator Tax plan and said In part: seine of the most fertile lundi: in the
Bred and twenty thousand acres of Would Bridge The winter visitors unless the entire state pears plums and can grow apricots county I in a section noted fur its
( and the like "The Mellon Plan" that will now
all organizes system of hotel strawberries and other truck crops
land, and this land Is suitable for a brfnditry.
be before for the .
\ Florida ban had timber congress
a great --
Here crop.
that are tome things about Flor
He realizes
of these '
'purposes. Of course the timber crop is disappear reductions of surtaxes on large incomes IifLINn; ; ; ; I.ICH'IGlTK\ :
transportation is prime factor, and St. Johns River at ida that we venture one-half of the real
a to estate men do not knoW. We ing. People In the United States do from 40 per cent to 21) per cent; YOIUII INK) TKOUHLRl.rltoy '
,while here ho instructions !got
gave 'these facts not rut timber when it is ripe, largely to make a lesser tax reduction in normal
from the
have the Long Branch year the
railroad to put
small John Held! in St .Petersburg
boonine of laws rates on iricojncs one-
tax murder
.'! infirst class condition and a bus purchased Green Cove i I Department of Agriculture. Upon them' poor Jail Footlly
Springs the growth of Florida timber. Florida does not have a largo fourth to one-half of tho percentagecut ; Companion Shot in
largely depends.
to make the run between Long turpentine industry.In on large incomes; to repeal inheritance Otrirrrv
,' ,:Branch and Green Cove Springs to Last year there were shipped from certain parts of Florida there or estate taxes also ,gift"

:v supply transportation. A bond issue ,|I Starke-St. Augustine Road Will Cross Florida 20.000 cars of grapefruit. All\ great beds of phosphate, a fertilizing are taxes, to retain tho tax on automobiles St. Petersburg Nov L"J Efforts to
has been approved to build a hard :. St. Jhons Over Thin Bridge. the grapefruit in the United States element that is of but with the hcussioo to manufacturers .smuggle Un gallons of moonshine-

road to Long: Branch which is about I i except three or four hundred cars were I the development supreme of her importance.In fruit and of reducing taxes on accessories liqnor into this city lust night were

the center of the Penny holdings 'j I i I Tallahassee, Nov :20.-Echoes :af grown in Florida. truck !growing will be found the con- and to repeal the publicity of frustrated. by deputy! sheriffs when

These two means will provide the best the propsed toll bridge over the St. Last year there were shipped from (Continued on page 5) income tax returns. These are the they shut one nf'lI'rn IIn.1lrrellt..d threeothor
I4( of transportation and will be a long I, J " stride toward development of the various : which would connect Clay and St. this plan would reduce: tex collectedby John Hull, negro was shut in the

, industries that will mean so much Johns counties, were heard in the Large the government a little over $'\\110,- foot when he trued to evade arrest byrunning
'to the county. I[I house of representatives when an Attendance At 000,000. This appears well on the face away. )Hall, Frud Wright and
Through the efforts of Mr.. Francis ''amendment introducedby .'''.ther !McCroy, all negroes ,were
to an act was but when we view it from the other'
O. Clark number of families 1 of Doctor's Inlet ( 'lodged In the cityjail on orders to hold
a B. M. Frisbe representative i side we find that according to the IU2I
have been located on the tracts at ,i from Clay county County Teacher's InstituteThe return only 1,818 persons in the Uni- for the county courts.

'. Long1 Branch and these have gone to !|' The amendment if adopted by both I ted States had incomes of l."iO,000 or IRoy Johns, white driver of thai
work and are well satisfied. Fruit houses will give T. W. Shands, devel- automobile, assumed all blame for thallUor
;i / ; ov..r. this small number gets reductionof
I ;;( Griffin discussed paper cutting and and said that ho had bought it
trees and berries have been planted,|j teachers Bradford county fifty: per cent while according to
gardens are growing and crops put In. j lumberman I ,i met here last Saturday and held a I designs. Miss for Msdge decorating Middleton the schoolroom tho sane return there were' over 1,000- In Btnrke. He was held under a similar

This is the nucleons around which will |Ito! construct the proposed brlpro- morning and evening session In the "A Most Perfect Teacher read 004) small tax payers in the United bond.

be built up a great development alonga viding the bridge is operated for pub- I school building.The I Phelps and his teachers. Mrs., BesiieMcGruder from States with incomes of $10,000) or less. The shooting Scene occured on Can

number of lines. It I III not improb lic use. B. H. S. orchestra, composedof Miss others This last groat mass get only only a 20 dy bridge, boulevard. .
Ray and dimcuslal
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able that the big cannery will be put The proposed bridge has been one Florence Andrews, Elise Jones plan- per cent reduction under the 'Mellon
in the
public school. iASOI.INK KILLS KO-lCIIKS:
into operation at not very distant dav. of the most important projects plan- lets; Owen Griffin, Gilssle Mu Bennett The aim of Plan.' Thin is evidently unfair; the
ned for that section of the state. When violins; Paul Knight, banjo; Joseph a Recitation was the reduction applying to the 1,843 Roaches may be mnterlall reducedby
B\N is LIFTED subject of discussion S.. S. Dow- persons
TICK a by
[CATTLE the ddigem-t use of A squirt can
it will result in much Thomasdrum. The
is constructed opening song should 7,000,000
lit apply to the al-
I ling and E. J. Smith
/ and followed
America was (oil) filled with gasoline, says Dr. E
development on both sides of the St. was sung by the audienceand
[Quarantine in 601 Southern by a general discussion of so.
'I I school W. of
orche"tra.I Berger, Entomologist! the state
Is Raised by U. S. DepartmentWashington Johns river it is claimed. accompanied by the problems. "Mr.: Mellon also is renewing his
Supt. Wiggins talked on the : plant board. Keep the can handy andoa'h
The bill\ was argeed to by a two- C. F. Starnes gave a scripture'Ir..adlnlf
practical needs of school. campaign against tu-oxempt state
-The department of agriculture 'thirds. vote of the house and it wan | and prayed, after which tho our '' time a roach is discovered about
i The following! officers and committee I bank securities. For the government the kitchen sin floor, elsewhere
effective orchestra I ur ,
today isssued an order placed on the calendar for consideration gave to Instrumental num-
were elected President I|Stu tax our local bonds would he to xtingui -
: S.I
cattle !Ibers.'I S. give It u squirt or two uf gasoline. No
December 10, lifting tomorrow. ,
Dijwlmg Secretary, Miss Mid- ::h out state's rights; why one
I in the When Superintendent call- ; Madge roach once thoroughly wet with gasoline -
counties Wiggins
in 601
tick south quarantine and partially removing the The proposed toll briuge! will be used ed the roll, it was found that forty rleton. Program committee, Mr. C. H. i I'''I gentleman recently said that If the can live. The gasoline soon A
'I Williams' of Brooker Lawhorn.l I states stood the of the
; Mr. in way govern.meat's evaporates from the sink or floor and
Road 48 the Starke-St. Augustineroad teachers were and four
quarantine in 121 other counties. by present '
I of Mrs. O. "! tax collecting to thestate's
Hampton A.
began in crossing the St. Johns river. absent ; Anderson, of !I scrap : roaches become fewer.
agriculture ,
The of
department the cattle I Clay county has voted l bond to build Mr. L. H. Futch discussed "Alms in Lawtey; Truby Pinholster' of New |I constitutions. I am unalter. This has been the principal remedy
the campaign against I River. and Miss Olive ably against the Federal government /
of .
I ; Ray, :Starke.The used by the Bergvr during several
of the road traversing her History Teaching and followed
tick in 106, when 984 counties in 15 that part was taxing our local bonds. It to
will ,
next county institute he appears years. It be used alone whenIt
Johns Is ready to by Messrs. C. II. Williams and may
St. county
The county Ralph
southern states infested. ter. ;
were I me that the present tendency in the:
'I held In Starks the third Saturday In I appears undesirable to employ such i
river St. Carmichael!
i Titory to be released in the various build from the to Augustine, peaking on "Essentials Coolidge cabinet is to centralize government
poisons as sodium fluoride, boras,
while the special session of the legislature of Good Teaching January.The
states Includes
[ : County Superintendent urgedall at Washington and to protect roachpsst, etc., or when the use of
5 Florida-Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Jackson now la session has authorized The primary department was In I the big Interest at the loss of tie: bas been In-
the4 last named poison
teachers attend tho State As-
Issue bonds charge of Miss Olive
Bradford to to Ray who took
and county I ,
[ Martin Washington
Liberty, sedation In Jacksonville December smaller individuals, but I predict that sufficient or at the name time with
, { parts of Franklin Holmes Okaloosa build from Road 13 to the Clay county for the subject of her address,
, "and Walton counties. I line. Spirit!i of th Teacher." Miss Ethel! 29th( 30th, and 31st. (Continued on page 4.) them.

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once a nut like you. :with us again after a week's/ abseene'',you got that chewing gum.L .
from illness. William-Under your desk.
Pro Dowling-In science club) L
Bradford High Tomnaoy-I was the only one
a .r Give for one, the number of tons of > Third Grade school -that could answer a question n

coal shipped from the U. S. I j The third grade welcomes back the 'the teacher asked the class.

Jimmy-1492, none. !pupils who have been absent for several !
Mother-I am proud of you. Whit
School Journal Kind Hearted Teacher.-I wouldn't Fincher baa returned from : was the question

whip him, this time Mr. Dowvling. Jacksonville, where she has been ender Tommy-Who broke that glass ,window .
Wait until he does it again. treatment. In the north side of the sch; oj

y, Lrcrrt MATTHEWS L...1011': .n..JntG )Ir. do Dowling-But it suppose bedoesn't t Louis Snyder attended the fair in house.

___I..cIoN' -lr again. Jacksonville Friday.

r OWES GRIFFIN. WILLIAM DITNCANL Desperado-Halt, if you move you The children made canoes last week,

.tJalnjc. Editor; J.u LilleI are dead. which were very pretty. FOR OVER
Mr. Mrs. C. F. Randolph visited
I ;Miss Brown-Young man, yon should> and
correct your English. If I moved i it the third grade. Their daughter Virginia I
n I EDUCATIONAL WEEK PROGRAM fare of the nation depends." of the chairman Junior McDnoald has would be a positive sign I was alive entered school last week. We I ;O YEARS
I Dr. Norman, Dean of the Teacher's been keeping the boards in splendid are always glad to have the parents

j1; : The education-committee; of th.Wo- College of the University of Florida condition, while the vigilance committee Everett-Some day (ahem.) I exped\: visit our rooms.I I

',', man's Club secured speakers for each talked on Conservation and Thrift," in i under the direction of Allen. Long; to have the world at my feet. I :-aarera oil has beer, a work:

J : day of the week beginning Nuv. 16 the high school auditorium. David I is ever watchful about keeping the Miss' Matthews-What have you I Fifth Grade I wide remedy for kidney,liver and

in observance of national education blare reported on the talk as follows floors free from paper. been doing all the. time, walking or, Master Yancey Williams has gone t'!:J--r' ci-icrdtrs.; riwnatism.
'1 to Ocala, Florida, for a few days. The
by : On account of so many freshmen your hands. ;I lumb !' .' :
riM "j week which: wa designated a proclamation fifth grade misses him And hope toI'ir: : tiGna.I .
II Dr. Norman deceased thrift from i going to Melrose-Starke basket ball -
I \ of President Coolidge. I
'I l Monday morning at the chapel hour toe standpoint of spending m
Mr. Wyman spoke on he Constitution.II He said it might be thrift to spend all could not be held so the meeting took know that when ;you take away some Margaret went to the"butcher's and Ct.t.! .,' bt r
thing, less will" remain T said, "I want a chicken. I' .
.- II* gave the preamble of the Constitution the money one could get as for instance place on Monday afternoon.ecalu.e :':t..:::.: c:_ '..>
Junior How about ends of ButcSer1)o want pullet? ,
two s i you a
school graduate wouldbe of several disbursementsonly -
of the a high ffif
which "We the people r'1'711II
thrifty to spend all he could earn Ji-oa; : remains in our treasury but stick? Cut-emoff and it still has two>" Marg'aret-"No. I want it delivered. ,I ..
I"( ; Unted State, in order to form a more ends left.. here!
d f. perfect union, establish Justice, insure or borrow to secure a college education. many are paying their due who are, JUjge"hat brought you j I core: *lnter1lal'TOUhI.-ti1T'
,, domestic tranquility, provide for lie said that statistics show, th .
Drunk I ?
; the common defence, promote the gent every day a boy stayed in high school A "politeness week". was held among ? i Judge- suppose I I :the claa; I ) pen"r.Go- _

:t eral welfare, and "secure the blessing be was earning 9.02 as he would lat- the freshmen last week and Monday Joe Malpas-I don't know. Haven'tread ; > Joe-Yes, both of them. Tues I

I 'of liberty to ourselves and our posterity er in life be able to make that much thu :"rc hmeu, after careful observation the papers this morning. The fifth grade school gave auditorium.a playlet The

.J do ordain and establish this more a day than a boy who left voted on the girl and boy in class day in the
Then be asked if in boys who had been Edna name of the playlet was "The story of I I
destitution for the United States of school. our the moat polite. Joseph-I wish I could revise the the Frances Russell.A .
Pilgrims" by
t education arc we providing Strickland and Rufus Prescott
America, As the purpose for our every re- alphabet.
II} Constitution with splendid illustrations educational advantage fcr him. Are ceived tHu most votes.A Virginia Why number of pupils took part in the AspirinProved

r ha elaborated his subject and closed we conserving for him? America i* pretty blue flower bowl has been Joseph-I'd put U and I close to and Cast every of one characters enjoyed were it very: ayer

6 by reading: part of Kipling's poem, a land of education but our nation can bought by a committee of which Willie gether. l Gill
Mistress Bradford Etta
I Fay
.. be are Mae Hinson chairman. We ;
"' only as: trong as our citizens was
I 'h. Law of the Jungle. Miles Standish! John Inman William
strong intellectually. Our nation can are very glad to have acquired some- Sammy-What ? 1 I
are doing
"Now this is the Uw of the jungle you Brewster, Leroy Wilson Mistress Til-
U only be as rich as our citizens cap- thing pretty to hold our flowers. Cecil-Don't bother me. I'm adding ; SafeTake
as old and as true as the sky; ley, Jeanette Underbill; Elizabeth
acity for earning id great. Junior McDonald has been appointed up figures and every time I look at
And the wolf that shall keep it may '
Fenella Culton
Snyder Mary ,
Tilley ;
{ (
J.r. Starnes talked on "Know your to keep thetemperature of our you I put down zero.
prosper: j Mary Brownlee; Priscilla: Mulling,
Elmer McMillan He
Self room correct.
Friday morning. cast one expert -
; But the die.f wolf. that shall break it must ,repotted: ;Mr. btarnes first discussed eye first, at the thermometer and then I Florence-What is a hope chest? Marie Brown; Constance Hopkins, without Fear as Toldin
his under "Know at the window. He will endeavor I :llarRIr ret Williams; Wrestling Brew
subject your to Mary-A trunk on the back of aMiss
As the that the
creeper girdles tree- Teacher." He urged the patrons to keep the room at 68 degrees! F., a degree ''ar. ster, Frank Inman; Love Brewster, "Bayer" Package
trunk the :
qy Edgar Kieswetter; Master Bradford,
!get acquainted with the teachers. at which scientists tell us we :, '
Law runneth forward back-
and Nevt he discussed "Know the Needsof should.keep all rooms. Brown-Have yu read "Toa George Bowen; Elder Brewster,

:i4 For the strength of the pack is the the School" and last he urged the Because of the splendid deportment Field Mouse"? i Gratton Cooper; Mistress Hopkins,

Wolf, and; citizens of the community to visit the of our class, Mrs. Alderman is allowing :IelvinNo. How do you get'emto I jDonie Rivera; Isaac Alterton, Brant- (
ci The strength of the wolf is the school. the freshmen, during their, listen. | ley :Murphy Squanto, Julian Peek;

pack. It would be unfair for the puplia to study periods<< with her, to speak with-' A little Puritan, Sunshine Hundley; I I

Now these are the laws of the jungle, derive all the benefits from our edu- out permission providing they speak'' Joseph-Poir Carlyle laid up a (Humility, Eddie Alderman; Herald, BASERUnless

and many and mighty are they; cation week. We want the readers quietly; only one at a time, and do victim of basketball. Maxine Landrus.j 1

But the head and the hoof of the V/ this paper to learn something new not take advantage of the privilege. !; Eugene-But he doenn't play. I The playlet was in three acts.
h law and the haunch and the too, so with this in view the following, So far the results have been most'sprained his l leg at the last game. I
flume is--obey,t" articles were written: satisfactory. Joseph.I know he doesn't, just Sixth GradeIn

Some of the members of the newspaper sprained his leg at the last game. the sixth"grade room we have a I
mistake box. We noticing all the I
r' club were asked to report on How to Obtain the Volumn! of an Irregular I!
Wise Cracker-What time is it' mistakes made and we put these mistakes -
the talks on education in chap l last Shaped Body. From ,
Reports by ? [ in a box and they are read in ii II i
your note
I sonny
week. The beat were selected for the We experimented in science class
'.: l>arer. William Duncan's report of and found that an object in the water Junior-I'm sorry mister but my 'i! the Busy Body Club, on Friday morn-I
|ing. You had beter be careful )
j Dr. Tucker's talk on patriotism Tues la bouyed up by a force equal to the The Clubs nose isn't running today. how talk around very

day morning was selected. The fol- weight of water displaced. If an object you us. j you see the "Bayer Cross" i

lowing is William's report: weighs four grans in air when i I Seventh grade I J package: / or on tablets you are not '

Dr. Tucker first discussed physical immersed in water it displaces. four Etiquette Club. I Reports From The seventh grade club met nov. j safe ting the by genuine millions Bayer and Aspirin iroUl i

patriotism by giving illustrations first, grams of water.- Water weighs one Our last meeting was devoted to'' 18th 1!>25. We talked about all nee. I physicians over twenty-fix prescribed: for br

of George Washington crossing the gram per cubic centimeter, thereforeit discussing conduct on the street, lath essary business. This club is improving year

Deleware, second, Nathan Hale giv- takes four cubic centimeters ta home and also respect we should The Grades I weekly. Cold.Neuritis Headache

ing his life for our country. Dr. Tuck weigh four grams. The object must .show to our elders. i Mrs. Wasdin-Now, William, where I Toothache Lumbago Rheumatism

er next discussed moral; patriotismand have a volumn of four cubic centi- i I. !i'i did you get; that chewing gum? Tell* N.-. ,: h p-n| Pain

u ; illustrated by Hessians, weakened meters in order to displace four cu- Literary Club I First Grade me the truth? Each unbroken ,
The club
; h from drinking, being captured by bic centimeters of water. had its is learning to breathe! I :Miss Ray's first grade has had several '' William don't want to tell the'i I,.,ins proven directions: "Bayer",; Handy package boxe- i

Washington. Then he gave nine pert David Moore, Newspaper Club. after first breathing lesson Friday new pupils recently, namely: ,.truth, and I don't want to lie. I(helve tablets .m.t f..v, "...t.. n. ,_
,, sonal illustration by stating that we we had discussed the different I ,Charley Grtffis, Louis Hall, and I,, :\\"asdin--Don't you dare be imprudent jilts; also sell Unties ol 2*. and !
Principle of the Siphon forms of expression.. We learned '
} are poar patriot's indeed, when we the i' ,Charles Randolph. Edna McKInney is j|: to me. Tell me at once, where 'I
intoxicants becoming The purpose of the siphon is tu three forms of expressions: Effusive -
Il use cigarettes, thereby
weakened. transfer a liquid from one vessel. into Expulsive and Explosive and '

Thirdly, Dr. Tucker discussed intellectual another over an elevation. This can then we learned that there were three I
done tube in vessel kinds of 1o be with'' THE 01'I
the Russian by putting a one breathing taken up If NECK
patriotism using

and higher than another, fill the higher these three expressions. j Ar1 R LOOKi/JG .5I'V1E' 'T"IS SMI ..sM2I""ICS"TWO
Chinese as examples of na- o. ALL ru .XlCKS '
tions where the majority are poorly vessel and the tube with a liquid, and We are to keep up a practice of this Fog HWRTH5 &vTTala! .A/J rAIre/\ C tICIS RtL> CQCER
educated. founder the liquid will flow from the higher every day, so that the- next time we TAE BENT oFt'
Mary Lyon, of Mt. Yes
nY ur EStwtR -
I, vessel to the lower vessel. The rea- get up to talk-If that should ever! 1 CUJLD FIND
Holyoke College, was given +
i! as a splendid A ( R.'S P& \\&f
r example of intellectual attainment son the liquid will continue to flow happen, that we will not breathe faster

of an American woman. from the higher to the lower vesselis than we talk. I EverythingYou:

y I The conclusion be the best because the atmospheric pressure 1 '
was to Newspaper Club I I Put On "P
American is greater at the higher vessel than at
let be
patriot us strong physically --The
the lower one. Evidently the siphon club is making rapid pro<<
morally and intellectually. with the play it is planning Is Wrong
I Charles Kick liter prepared the best will cease to operate if the lower end put re"'l
Topics: assigned weekly by the s
Mr. of the siphon I is level with the upper
report on talk Wednesday ssa ==aDr
sor, Mrs. Alderman
end of the siphon.Allen are bine handledin r"Rube"
morning. The subject was the a way that would make
I Rex Beach
school and the teacher. His report Long, Newspaper Clubs take notice. I It..ts

I follows: How to Obtain Densities of Object

The teacher holds the moot important By density is meant the weight of Science Club Goldberg a

place in the school and in the a unit volumn of a substance. We The Science Club held its regular

world. First, because he or she helps might cut a cube of iron or any other meeting- :Mr. Dowling's room Friday

lay the foundation of the future citi- solid substances and weigh it, but it a. m., Nov. 20, all members present

zen from democracy. Second, b<*nu.e would be a very difficult 'process Instead except Clevie Norman who has been .
,''t he or she is dealing with characters we take any irregular piece of ill for the past few days. A few top. -.... .....- .
f of unversal value. The following poem in and ics were discussed, also plans were
i iron, weight it air weigh it in
was given as illustration of the Im- water and from the two weights cal. made for the next meeting of the club.A .

portance of the teachers work. culate its
density. The loss of weight
"I in water is equal to the number of 1 A.EED A srtofi- VMCLlt Noco
took a piece. of plastic clay The other: day school bus rolled __
as a 44 THAT i'nJ rr------
of water and therefore hoaea TO err THIS
grams is equal
And idly fashioned it one day; merrily along to school, the pasaen.gets r MAT OM-rr 45CEMSTt DRSS, TNf 'I HCV.ARB. YOU
to the volumn. The weight of air divided
And as my fingers pressed it still -atvi I W 'PP'ZT
were terrnfied hear GET SMALLER CRST
something >
to I
I It moved and yielded! at my will: by the I loss of volumn is equalto go bang. "Ill bet that's a tire," exclaimed I T' Is COLLAR. evtsrf DA'( of M'( DAY \i THE YIMOOWCLEAMZR -;,
I came again when days had past the density. In liquids the densityis I ] TVAKi I'vS SOT is ouER ? .'
1 usually. ascertained by weighing a one: bright little pupil, and t M MT in '
I The bit of Hay was hard at last; measured ure enough that what it proved to 1i
quantity of liquid.
The early impress still it bore. be; and !hcvwas.
t no spare, as
And I could change It never more. Rufus Prescott Newspaper Club. So all. the little! pupils piled usual'l), t<:C,"T'\jE

I took a piece of living clay Bradford Boys Win From Melroae sat down on the road side to think (at APAYtrtlEAtf IS

And gently formed it day by day; Boys by :score of 1312. least those who were capable! of thinking It t\ So SMALL ITO ,,

And molded with my power and art, thought and others put on a i 1 ItAJE STANDl:
A young child's soft and tender heart. This game was the most exciting and thinking attitude: so the others would / -: .r a out' ttERe; WHILE
Interesting of the This think they were thinking.) I'1'WI IB -
I came again when days had gone, game season. e '
lv-,* Among thee !!P- ciief thinker was pREbSir.1OZ:
t- It was a man I looked upon was the second game in which Brad-
The arly impress stale he bore ford has been victorious over }Ielro e. Lawrence Wiggins, a young student

I And I could change it never more. The score ending in the first quar- noted for his presence of mind, and
,;' I ter was 4-3 in favor of Bradford. At all at once he had en idea. Spying a

The official proclamation of President the end of thefirst half Bradford was large Michelin Tire ad nailed on a

i Coolidge on American Education still holding the lead by !9-7 p'ue tree he crossed the road and with I

Week was read Thursday morning in The second half of the game' opened his pocket knife he cut the tire out

V chapel by Owen Griffin. Certain parts with nearly a "free for all," if it may and wrapped it around the wheel and

of the proclamation were of special b* termed as both sides went onto fastened it with a safety pin.

significance such as "High Schools the court with a determination to And all the little pupils piled backin -

and Academies" easily accessible are win. The third quarter ending 10-9 in and rolled merrily onto the school oorf"

I ., offering to the youth of America a 1 favor of Melrose. The fourth quarter I i grounds just as the last bell rang :J.'f'. mow'awy V }' .. "1'I/U.-j [ 4t IAiW 4 S e.JO"-;

1 t' greater measure of education than that was very excitable for both teams 1 i j I And they all got A plus on deportment t ?Nfij'fl"" .' 1.f iI m: ;
) .; which the founder of the nation re- 'This quarter was more like football ,'I and lived hrppily ever after- lfJ( .
:t jIt
r l calved from Harvard, William and! i than basketball. Melrose !got another 1:, wards.-Now you tel! one. : "\ ..::LLO'.. ....i J
Mary, Yale and Princeton. Also "The goal which put them in the lead but "kptray// ?-rl') ". :9-D'! ::', ;; ") WI\'CS'qiJIT WCASIN ORZ ,,''t.'r'Dit
utmost endeavor must be exerted to "!:) Hc"KIIIl oPTHE' I
.in the last three minutes. of play Cecil -
tl" provide for every child !in the land the :, Whitehead rang two field goals II. S. ] ) U your birthday is thw week" tau have a remarkably! happy and 'BACIf3U1' NOW V4B HAVE I
f7' ;,,1. full measure of education which his which put Bradford in the lead by 13-: :': III. JIIII.1) jovial mioilun.oo" ai3 strung, horn.-t, Vurlesa< and blunt. You Tb '5..V'.AVE: T>ftl I IQ!;:.. NECKS!

Ys a .. head and his capacity demand; and 12. ace full of courage if required to at without: reflection, but when,, ? /- I
: I I ... .. ...... inclined to be u.iud! and captious.ou i
none must be permitted to live inignorance. Bradford boys have won four out ofI :Miss Brown Did i.i car -.x." ,r->.u are
you enjoy new ,. .sd di'like: l: fscrouvenenand underhanded f.a, '
I r: : five book I arc i.a.itf1: J vp n-hei. you 41
played this Look's11ke loaned
I games season. to you? I'
f methyl- I always and abovr-board yourself.
r'' v. : ou : open
local a bright _future_ ___ for_____Bradford.__ :Merton-I never looked at It. I You hale excellent ;lrnent.-and if you rely on your own opin ( alp
\ and citizens of Fricilous Freshmen I Brown-Why? ions, you are nlnu.-t i''v,:ys successful, but when. you take the; auvice I
organizations every ;\Ierton-Motber said I'd have to I of other and act upon it you invariably make a mistake.. You are l
occupation, contribute with all their The freshmen have had a very !interesting I et.F work and wash my hands. very fond! of wnrV-ar'*. very active and eneriretic. You attend strictly '
strength to the advance of education w. k. Now that they have I II
to your own, affairs, and want everybody. to do the same. (
and that they make of American achieved their 'plans of improvingtheir Carlyle-Why the deuce do I work I The women make excellent housekeepers teachers. and musician. 11 _

Education Week as special season of( room, they are enjoying the'I in school like I do? The men are among the best financiers in the world and are successful / e
y mutual encouragement in promoting' "fruits of their labor." The blackboard I Elizabeth-Don't be discouraged. IB any undertaking that involves money. y(

I that enlightment up fi which the well committee under the direction i I Think of the mighty oak. It was '.I ,



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I.O1UUA WEEKL INDUS1KIALKKV1KW I.'I 'nv tuition of bridge! spanning [j WashingtonV! Ji
I' re-j) _
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs I Ir .>nlifreek.. Blue PrintingAnd

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,All i in- ; cilia for m tot ii
Eustia", -i"our new business bo1i\U.\ ."sin a
ol October, totaled 'J,1100,000. r +

r Live State NewsTOLD I I course of construction.- i Auburndale-New hotel practically

DeLand-30 new residences to b"l assured.
constructed on Boundary street. SurveyingH. ;
I Clearwater-Overbrook Road will be

Daytona-Peninsula Abstract and widened to 50 feet.
.. Title Company to erect 0-story office
.. building.Rio Apalachicola] -Mort than $100,000will t
be expended in city's new paving

:-otuart-Local thirsts are remaining commission, who have not as yet obtained Vista-$300,000 to be expendedin program. 1 A. Lee & Co. ,

,,"quenched while proprietors of five their 1926 privilege licenses completing and furnishing new.Rio Tarpon Springs Baltimore concern Incorporated

'ig! stores are busy with the mop must do so, or they will suffer the Vista Hotel. plans to develop attractive waterfront ,

and scrubbing: brush. Invading the consequences. Approximately '7,000 applicants Lakelalld-Ne addition being built subdivision. Thomas BuildingGAINESVILLE '

i 'v today John A. Lynch district for such licenses are on file to post office.Ridgewood I I
tate health inspector declared that at the hotel department Mi. Carter Lecsburg-Contract let for construction a FLORIDA

tin- drug stores and attendant soda said, or about the same number less Avenue to be widened begun on $400,000 home of Peninsular h

fountains were too dirty to continue than the figures to be heard from between Bay Street and Second Ave I Telephone Coiivpany. P. O. Bon 121

iterations',! and ordered them cloecdIntil Mr. Carter said, and the applications i nue. r I&&:
Miami issue ho IW $100,000 bond to
proper clean-up action had been must be sent in imediately.( | t't'
Daytona This to have free I sold l, for erection of new armory build ,
'aken., Another inspection will be "I only wish to sound a warning, v

made tomorrow and those stores that the hotel] commissioner <'declared. "If mail delivery service, beginning January ing.I I' To Stop a Couth Quick

]>'i-.B Inspection will be permitted to action Is not. then forthcoming, we! 1, 1926. |I I Tarpon :Springs-New bus "station, .

''I''ume business, the inspector stated. shall\ begin in due time to prosecute." i i Starke-New "$$100,000 hotel pro- '!being constructed on Pini-llus Avenue ninth take HAVES'mi'tllrinH" which DEALING stops thorough HONEY by a

,posed for this place. I for White Stage Line. twilling the inllamed and 1 Irritated tiIlK"' ''.
Viilclnsta-New automobiles unload. Luke City-Floyd Pearce charged ;
"'01 1 in Valdosta and driven through to with the shooting to 'loath on muiu Punta fJorHn.-Charlottee County i I fo-ernandina-l'lana discussed for ,rrooeri. ;A LVI': for Chi" Colt He .ii! Cold and' ti

Florida points during the first fifteen street here last :Saturday: of Dr. L. J. ,; votes on :fI'Itl hH05 road bond issue. j constructiiiK bridge across Klngsley Croup I Is enclosed with; every bottle of ,
days of November represent a total Jims, was indicted for first degree i I Creek, near here. i the tree under which George HAYES' HEALING: ; HONEY. The salve
valuation of $1,810,500.! The automo- murder by a grand jury were this '' Lake City-Seaboard Air Line Rail- !I .tshington took command of American alicmlil \bo rubbed on I ho chest and throat

i ilis> represent all makes except iilter.iocn. I way plans to erect new train shed | LAke City-2.) new bungalows to Army, July 3rd, 1775, has .if children sulfuring from a did: or Croup!

Dnli, from the lowest"' priced car to 'Ineo builey were indicted in CUMiiuutlon !- ,, here. be erected, part of city's building. pro- been cut Into small blocks, and The llonlltlrt ..IT.".t ul ""IIIIII! lon.- In' I
Mile the'h..I..mhlnl'ft wllli the cffiHit o'
vent to Boy Scout Troops all over honlloa|
the highest, and the average price per with the slaying of V. II. 1I0wey-How--ifuildinR'\.<1 Loan !I gram. U. S. Get your'T If not write to mm; *'(. U Pen\ Irate I Salve llllollijh .ho |x ra4. Irf
''M is figured at $1,000, which gives Urtgory of Jackno'ivide.TaafahasseeGovernor. Association at $100,000( of tin skin,nnut.mpe.; :: O ctillltll .
capitalized City Cambridge. 'Tiujs., for it. Hold ,pni kul 1 In one carton nail i hcant \
the total valuation of nearly two mil- organized here. I Leesburg-Duildinir permits for October ul tint tiimhlm In mini-lit In :.un!

lion dollars worth of cars hauled in this : Martin toddy 1 I i estimated at approximately] just ask your druggist! / : fur 110\Yts': (

< >ty in fifteen days. was issuing invitations to all senators Howey-Work begun on new $::10,- $100,000.) HEALING; HONKV

land by local police, following the finding to be his dinner guests at the mansion 000 addition to Hotel Floridun. -
of the body of Charles Corcile of Wednesday evening. The mansion is Titusville-- $25,000.000 beach development

Jackson, Ga., paymaster for a con now undergoing extensive repairs and Jacksonville Agricultural buildingto ] project planned by syndicate

struction company located near here."oreile's it' the! plaster dries, it was said that be enlarged. of: New YorkMaine: and local] cap '

< body was'found floating in the fovcrnor may offer the use of some Dunne-lion-City planning to issue italists.

Lake Okeechobee yesterday. It was of tine sleeping rooms to Icgialutirs $300,000 bond issue, for municipal im I OtiJ/Fish
Boynton- This place' to have now dde'
riddled with bullets The
police say. woo are having a hard time finding provements.
amount of money taken has not been accommodations: as a result of the $200,000 passenger station h: 3Thes )ied -

ascertained. burning a few weeks ago of the Leon Tampa-Palm River district to vote I Arl'udia-DeRoto County I:,. ,i inJJd
hotel. on $80,000 road bond issue. approves
Tallahassee-Contract, was awarded I $300,000 bond issue, for financing new Js SrllJlir1

this afternoon by the state road department Sarusota-Building permits for first county hospital.
West Palm] Beuch Rcfueal
of properly
to the Ouval Engineeringand 20 days of October, totaled> $700,000.: I
o'vners to stand by their pledges
Perry-City will install white way
of Jacksonville
Contracting Company to S. Davis Warfield, president of the Jacksonville Atlantic Boulevard | ,
for the construction of 8.0 milesof lighting system '
Seaboard Air Line railroad, to give the will bo lighted. __ c Onr1lGille'LL
road No. 2 between White
Springsand I
road rights: ] of way into Miami: exten- Sellbreeze-$150OOO bond issue
Geona, the work to be an 8-inch sion has been abandoned by the road. '' Zolfo- Springs-Zolfo Springs Construction of sanitary proponed '
"sewer system.
compacted rock base nineteen feet Should property owners late decide toadilere Company to build hundred y NGil.
wide. It is believed that there will be
homes here.MelbournePlans.
to their 'promises of rights of I Daytona-Volusia] county to market -
no difficulty in securing rock shipments Stanley said the road is i citrus I
way. prepared proposed, for $4,000,000 fruit crop.
for this project in view of the ''
fact that it is at a point out of the con- to begin construction with four' widening New Haven Avenue.St. I
days. Announce of a similar Leesburg-Several new dwellings
gested area. nature;; was made several ui.ys ago by AUICU"tine-St. Johns Electric I being constructed along Dixie Highway t

Tallahassee "But she S. Davies Warfiuid, but the subsequent! Company occupying new quarters at between this city and Lady Lake. ,
statemert of Mr. Stanley IK far more 17-11) King Street. I
pleaded, "the children and I need h1ssupport" I
vigorlous as it positively announces ; Tallahassee-Leon Hotel to be re
"I'm the chief ; '
sorry ex- abandonment of the project unless the Winter Park-Beeman Estates on built.
ecutive repeated "but you have come Lake Sue being developed into home- :.
rights of A'iven.Ir.: Stanley
way are ;
too ]late. A madison woman whose sites. Winter
Park-Radio WDBO
statmerit was made at 9 o'clock this ,, station
name is withdrawn for obvious
morning following\ conference with auspices of Rollins College and Winter
thanKed Governor Martin and a Bunnell- Construction begun on I Snick Slatutorif FlM S Jui
Park Chamber of Commerce, to on
West Palm Beach go
property owners !Matanzas Inlet at southern end
started to leave his office. "Just a ,
an4 officials. Ho alerted that if air shortly. Defter Buick from given
minute," said the governor. The woman of Anastasia Island. operating\ more power a
thinking perhaps that the rover.nor rights of way are not forthcoming he costs are very low. This car quantity of gasoline than
.had reconsidered turned. A( wan will seek to publish names of those Stuart-City will vote on $500,000 Frostproof bank depositors show in thrifty-both In purchase other types of cn inea.
400 cent cost Increase laut
property owners 'vho refuse rightsof ; bond Issue, for municipal improve- per over
smile appeared on her face as she dabbed price aniLin ownership.
way thereby halting] construction. ments. year. And now the Buick oil ,
her tear stained "How much
did it cost you to make the trip here," 'I i Tallahassee-Pecan crop harvest begun 'Frostproof- iiis Bank will Buick design protects all change filter makes crankcase it necessary oil only to
Tallahassee-The bill to create Mel.] :
she from dust
asked. the operating
was "Whyqueried in this section. build new $125,000 homo. parts
Ion county, cutting off the western at rare !
woman? "I would like to pay your ex and wear-barricadcs them
," said the into part of Alachua came over from the Palm City-This city soon to have
penses governor with iron or steel housings: Even smaller, less pow'erfulIn
house this afternoon, and ran full tilt waterworks
his pocket. "But, you must not; system. Jo m.itclillie Hotter
'' the famous Huick"SealedChassis" cars riot
she interrupted, "I can't let do into a snag, and after considerable Jj- Perfectly' Comprehensible.The .
you Buick in low of
this." The governor handed her a $5; bate was referred to the Senate committee Barlow-Large number ''permits following ma'eih: was madid b) and "Triple Sealed cost opera

bill and patted her on the shoulder. "I on county organization. It ii being issued for residential construc I lawyer oa behalf of his clleut whoa Engine": ation and inahitt' niiitce.
believed it will die there. ,tion. klllod trnln "If You add to your power to
timid bern :
am sorry, he said "that I can do no cow r>y a
more for you." The woman came here M.I I the Irnln had been run MM It "hnl'''' hove The famous Buick Valve. economize wlien you huy a,
1 Winter Haven-Local business
this week from Madison. Her husband Tallahassee-The infant child of to erect six-story, $700,000 business been mn or "If the l..'ll had hers rung in-Head engine develops Hotter lluitl !

is serving a term for manslaughter.She C. Garrett, of Baker, representativefrom block. as It Mimild l till v.* been rung or If the BUICK MOTOR COMPANY I-1NT.. MICIIK..AN

had been informed that the par- Okaloosa county, holds the }| whistle, had been blown as It should\ t/u.lun/ nt lentntl Mn'.l..p.'u..n

doning board could consider her hus distinction; of being the youngest person Melbourne-Ground broken for erec- have been Mew, nth of n'hlch'hey. did'

band's case upon her arrival. The gov- to ever attend a special session, tion of new building, to house/ Mel- neither the cow would not have liw '
ernor told her the board's business of the Florida ]legislature or any regular 'bourne Steam Laundry. lun-J Tt'>..n she war kill..-.-" z qeJ.BUICK

was completed at a recent sitting until session as far as that is concerned.
after Christmas. :, When Representative Garrett left Ba- Tavares-City votes $150,000 bond .
ker to participate in the sessions he issue for construction of new high -- LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ.

,Leesburg:-Hanging from a joist ofa brought Mrs. Garrett and the two school. A Sure Quick M. Smith Mana.
new house on which he was working small children with him. The young-1} ,
Howey Proposed little
as a carpenter at Fruitland Park the eat, just a couple of months old attracted Lake Harris will cost approximately Baker, Bradford Columbia and Union Counties

I body of John E. Swift 24, was found considerable attention. Mrs. $200,000. Way to Relieve

by his employer yesterday afternoon. Garrett occupied a seat near her hus- I

A note was taken from his pocket. It band. Bartow-Local facilities of Peninsular RheumatismHeals -

read: "I couldn't ,stand the strain Telephone Company being greatly -

any longer and you will be better off improved.

without me in time to come. Take I Prison for Congressman | Sores, Cuts Burns chi
Arcadia-New r1es
care of Sonny." Swift is survived by Riverside Terrace Called Mexican Mustang William Storeszr

his wife and One child, Gordon, 10 subdivision placed on market. Liniment -.

months old. The body will be sentto I Hade City-20 new homes in courseof isu matter how-loinu limn milTflimlM .ii New Yosic<< City
his former home in West Hartford, Z construction. how ......'0 thr pain. you ran K'"t rid 0' 1-Marry 0 our orders; 18"
Conn. ,tic nanny without. eliwIiiK' and without., are Shipped, the
inkluK,, powerful drum Into your sy ,
nil In I tmo.w h" came day they
la "
West Pi 1m Beach-This city is. realizing .
l.lnlmnnt Itmm are receIVe -
T'3 I ', Mculrmi' MwtaiiK -
the cost of being filled with ,iM-nrtration imwrr In not'hind "nor,'
money, prosperity and winter visitorsas GETS QUICK HELP ..r rnnrvHIowi aid wlmri-n.r u.d. nothing a-hour service ,! -
I inn, L...n round) to tnkiIti place H
the of bandits become ,
ravages more of thrMil
,hi.ul.l. ,Iw nprlli'rt' to the senora
.ommon. Professional crooks and I I .! i.iiuo"lf" the t-ut of linln' and .sew..1)l and pra;tically all of
highwaymen from the North and East riihlml. Then L lie iMi..iMifmi, .trUnK. 0' the balance on the
iniul-in II pm
I ur nx Ilkii on-
are making their presence felt here hibutilmmi. In"JIlT the lOln n'a' "y .following day-
it-cording to Chief of Police Ernest Ins\ lied non. -.rn niiiMTltw become limb.-r 24'hout service
Malphurs. He issued a warning to ? ..,,,1 .1..11.| n< dvtry: huumhoM nhoulilki

uersons coming to Florida to be pre. I Dack at work three days I ,.. p'I't mikk' ,u,,- .when i"' MB..m..r1.pnpuratlun.>on 1..."handrm Itl Jot? -

cared to cope with the "8mar est i after simple home treatment l rlnu. ri-mltn "hmu'vorjili.uJi.' .i I HDniKKUtw i **-J
rooks" In the country. During the I I .. and whoUnBloni t'1'. -linnMulniBtit .
or can nut It ref S"i" can't afford lo overlook the "
ast ten days more than fifteen high- ; "Give me relief! Stop this agony!I"-
vay robberies have been stage-t that's all you can think of when you'resuffering
imong them the hold-up of a postman.! c. ffjiJ I with any acute pain. I 46.,5lo5i bargainsin
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-,- ;# And you can get relief-quickly and
Tallahassee-Warning has been is- : completely-with a simple home
Rep John V. Langley of Kentucky I very
.oedby: Jerry W. Carter, hotel commissioner I has been convicted of conspiracy treatment. Henry Clews & Co. this big CataloglWHAT
that all proprietors of ho. I to withdraw whiskey from I "I was In bed with ]lumbago."writes
-.els apartment and rooming houses, Anderson distillery for illegal sale. I C. L. Normandy of St. Paul, Minnpota. -
-..sta' rant and other public places'! I While his appeal l was pending he. I "A friend toll me about Sloan's I 7, 9, 11 BROADWAY Ground Floor ; ii It you want? What is it you have been

miming under supervision of the hotel ran for Congress and was elected. I I Liniment was able, and to walk after around using it the one I,: New :York City for Whatever it is you'll find it in this

i After three days I was able to go to Order. executed for big! book.
I i work and now I'm as well as ever." I II In its! 518 pages, arc 46,202 different( article.* of dependable

CASKETS A TONI I' The reason that SI]can's Unfment I STOCKS and BONDS merchandise, including. styles. colors and
COFFINS Qrove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores elves such remarkable relief Is that it I eires. From Bt>Jish clothing: to sturdy farm implements

And a Fall Line of Energy and Vitality by Purifying and l I stimulates gpta right at the the circulation cause. of the throughout pain. It an-i advances. made thereon the line is complete-and the prices all are four.

Undtrtakirt'.Sapplit Enriching the Clood. When you feel Its the place where the pain la, and clean I Correspondence Solicited There Is everything here for ever>body. Farmers,
--- strengthening; invigorating effect see howit out the germs that are causing it. I housewives teachers clerks shop workers-all find

AUTOMOBILE HEARSE brings color to tbe cheeks' and bow Right away you feel relief. The satisfaction in this money-saving. catalog. And they all

Always] on hand. The beat ser- it Improves the appetite you will then pain stops, and soon you are fit as get speedy service.
lowest price Spe- { tonic value. ever. Get a bottle today and have It No Worm In Healthy' ChildAll
rice at the appreciate its true a
on hand. All druggists-35 cents. If you lustrcn'c a catalog' write for one tocJ.,,,.
dal attention to telegraph orders. ] Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply chlMrea troubled with Warm .ban a. mahMith It will be mailed I RLE.

Registered Embalmer. Iron sod Quinine suspended In syrup. So rule. there*ado to,which...... or bidlrwM 1 lea uinuch poor blood.dluorbuc and as*a nIB CHARLES WILLIAM STORES INC.
children like it. The blood
pleasant even CKOVftt TASTELESS TONIC lt m ncululvlor
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to two w thra ...u..W nrtch ih. Moud. tin- 925 Store. BJ( "., New York City
DeWITT C. Enrich\ Destroys Malarial germs and -I man tbS dlSMthip.""'acc as a Cmonl StmnUk.oinTonlo -
STARKE, FLA Grip germ by its Strengthening.-Invigor throw all or( taf.UwChild vul.M r r / a r r / )1!# J
sling Effect. tOe: 1 Is fr.satosue. ...Rbamabells. l

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.GREEN SPEAKS BEFORE tPlllllllll I H t I l M t I Habitual Constipation Cnrsd; -
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(Continued from 1)) "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- IIIpreparedSyrupTonlcLaxat1varorlIabitual

here will soon be a house page cleaning in''I Church Services I i Constipation. It relieves promptly and I t C h SIT C ID

Washington, the Democrats will gain should be taken regularly/ for 14 to 21 days FOil a.
members of Congress and senators in i and CT&
etJ Induce action. It Stimulates
M r the 1926 election and our chances are 4- 1111111111'1111'1'11'111 I I i iI I to Regulates.regular Very Pleasant to<< Take. OOc from SITICIU1CO.,,rL-, c&

good for a democratic president in ST. MARK'S I oer bottle I
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St. Mark's Episcopal church: Sun.I -
"I do not agree/ with General Mitchell
2!) timl lUi) Jay services 11:00 -- -.
in all he says and does but it:4; at a. m.
well to open the door and air the linen I' I PROMPTLY
occasionally, turmoil, together ,
MRS. SANDERS:! ENTERTAINS TEN FOOT CANE with invegistations which will, in all 1 :Meets every Lord's- Day at 10 a. m. ; INMAN & RITCH
AT BRIDGE ; probability, be made by the approach; for Bible Study and Scriptural Cora- t i I
I I.t Arch Thomas, the insurance man, is ink,: congress will, I believe, have, munion. Sea Acts 20: 7and 1 Cor. 11: i KEl'HESENT THE UEST LEADING ,
Mrs. Viviiin :Sanders:; .entertained at Mumethinic, of a farmer also lie has wholesome effect upon the entire body 23.29 11 I INSURANCE COMPANIES. FIRE

auction bridge Friday afternoon, at on exhibition at the Hank of Starke a politic." ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE.

1. r, her home on South St. Roses and yet cane ten feet high! with 21 fully developed The Congressman then in eloquentterms FIRST IIA1TIST! CHURCH I KONUS. LIABILITY
low chrysanthemums were used to joints. This was taken from paid tribute to tl e' state of -

make the rooms more attractive. his cane field on hU, farm east of Florida, Marion county and Ocala, the Sunday school, 10:00: a.m. ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
Mrs. W. M. Wainwright made high Starke, and the balance of the patch state's resources, possibilities and do Morning worship, 11:00: a. m. -- --- '-
$:'' and as prize was ,given a suit and pup- will not fall far short of this length. velopment, he assailed the unacupulau* Sermon: Opening the Window. I

4f"r per shaker. Mis." E, M. Davis made He status he also (fathered :31)0 publications: against! the state .aymg; B. Y. P. U. service, 6:30 p. m. ...-- -

':' low and was given a dainty piece of bushels of corn from 12 acres, made in part: Evening worship, 7:30: p. m. I

lingerie/ without the use of fertilizer, in addition "Those publications which have undertaken Sermon: A good Associate.
h The hostess served a delicious salad to other crops usual: to the small to put Florida in had light. Mid-week service, Wednesday 7:30: We can charge your
il t with cake and hot chocolate,
course farms. are financial agnostics, economic Infidels p. m. 8 HR
and the favors wore tiny Thanks und .l with YES
I gaze upon our vtartuiU: We invite you to warship us.
giving turkeys REALTY TUANStEltS and fair development und prosperity : Storage Battery In ..1.i
\! The tfuc'Hts"wore :Mesdames G. M. with. envy: and jealousy. They aduljit l'Itl SUrrEIUANltev. : I
.,'' Inman, W. M. Wainwright C. A. J. S. Griner and wife to J. II. LAw- any measure to keep at home, the
:'. Knight, C. A. Kutch, G. M. Sistrunk, rence-Tract 13822. capital; which is pouring into Florida. 1 II. A. Tucker D. D. Minister.

t H. 11. Young, A. W. Anderson, E. M.' John L. Harvey and wife5 acres They should be compelled to adopt the Sunday school at 10:00: o'clock a. m. Smith's
Davl, J. F. Klckliter, Jr., C. 1<'. Hoover 19-S-22. truth and tell it, the same truth as I Is Preaching service at 11:00: ) o'clock a. I Garage Make

J. M. Mitchell and R. J. Davis. '' John L. Harvey to Sherman S. Guilford told! by the! Florida pre .. My friuhdr). m. and 7:80: p. m. .

., -- THANKS" -5 acres 19522./ thn Florida press him dnlC mare fjr, Prayer meeting Wednesday! at 7:30p.
1 Serena Dyal to T. B. Handley-1-10 the development: of our great state m.
; :Mr. Editor: --- interest in 4'J! acres 23-5-21. than any other me'hum, I c"'vtuitc'our ] !, Cristian'Endeavor suciety meets! at
.1 f
VonrU B. Inman and husband to It. fiimniniVd, newspaper! : ." 7:30: p. m. Sunday and the Junior En. .
i Will you place permits me space __ .- "' --- all_ _
-- deavor society meets at 7:30 m.
through the columns of your valuable II. :'olah.ll'y-.IO acres 30-6-22. - p.
W. E. Yarbrough and wife to O. L. A cordial invitation is extended to
,f.} I i paper Uaugherty to express family to thanks the physician.from the, Haynes-20 acres 11622. I Mutt & Jeff's New Dos'J to all to attend the above services.

\ ( and 'people of Starke, [Hr.mpton and Nobie Dyal Wilkinson to T. D. Hand-
friends elsewhere lor their kindnessto ley 1-10 interest in -19! acres 28.5-21. .- !METHODIST We Do Not Employ "Bird Dogs"'
Florence. K. Cobb and husband to
me during my sickness.. I I Sunday school 10:00: a. m.; This is
in 4S!
'T. B. Hamlley l-'J interest
I -
Words are inadequate to express fifth Sunday, Orphanage Hay; come
;.t\I\ out gratefulness to you for favors, acres--28-G-21. prepared, to make your offering for
G. B. Cijlson and wife to Mrs.. S.; E .
flowers and expressions of love and this cause.
'j 11ott.lot.. Blk. 10 in Ward City
';' sympathy. Winning you all a wonI Preaching at 11:00: ; Subject: "Some
.:fr\\ I' derful and truly thankful ThankM lv1 K. M. Ellerson and wife to J. M. Achievements of Stnrko Methodist.
Board the sub-
Starke while
The Realty urging
1 the Mitchell:'I! lots in Starke in L. T. and very
: commending to
{( Ing, and you Church this year.
:! watchful fare of One who iloeth all Co's. sub-div. Kpworth: League, 6.1": ;; p. m.; preaching stantial value of property here, and advise the purchase -
f; things well. "'*'.R! J. J. Silcox and wife to W. M. Wumwrlght at ::30, subject: "Come and See" of well-selected real estate, do not solicit strangers -
j ''J I remain, lovingly and gratefully, ,, -0 acres 22622.D. :: Sunday is last day before Annual .
( our
the streets in Starke and do not make
4 k. Mrs. W. E. Daugherty.USINES8 W. Pinholxter and wife to A. J. Conference. Let's have a full on or we uninvited -
: Sowell-2 lots Blk 18 in Ward CIty. calls on our city visitors.
attendance at both services.
;, I COLLEGEAININ: ;" _._ Public cordially invited.
'It Jd.l. i Walter It. Jordan-Lots 12, 13, Blk. <
'I t< j, : The G ornii -Carolinii School of EKKOits"
0 in Kingsley Luke Heights. COMEDY: OK ? Banks and established business men will tell you
school here
Commerce opened their
Walter R. Jordan and wife tu FuvMizelle
'C 10 -with Miss T). < that it i iq safer to choose broker and not be chosen
I Monday, November -Lots 12, 13, in Blk. 7 Lak.- ;No, it's a service programme for your ,
.o..I K.; Blackburn, of Coleman, Ga., nil Kingsley! Heights. National :Missions that is to be given by some- stranger who accosts you ; or be Introduced

teacher.The J. W. Andrews to 1 Floyd Green-Lots, at the First Presbyterian Church, Sunday through a "bird dog" hired to scent out people with
following are day students: Nov. 2Uth the ladies
evening by
3, 12 In Starko in L. T. and Co's. add.L. .
) d I Mildred,' Gill Carrie Uglow, Mrs. Ef- funds.
i1) .. > II. Hill and wife to J. II. Wiliam40 ,* nt the church. We have not been informed -
1 fie Miner, Gertrude Andrews" Wilma 13522. ilK tu the costumes to be worn
Alexander, Gladys Allgood, Alfonso acres the ladies will doubt
they no
Enoch: Griffis and wife tu Brevurd N P'vroo..TCq114TSr'v14.
Griffith Charles Hhoden, I'nul Moore, Properties, Inc.-110 acres :34-f>.22.: ? b,' appropriately dressed for the oc- Any banker or established business man will tell
toy )Reddish, G. ('. Cndy, Frank Pattee. -- 1 casion. The \I. us follows:
Night students. : Broward Strickland, James K. Murphey to Brevard i'rop- National Missions, Cuba Lumber you that practically without exception, those who accost -

Comer Ion! Nathan Prevail and. It. erties, Inc.--345; acres 21-5.22; 170acres Countess Aedita Oe Beaumont, Tamps, Jewish Evangelization, Indian strangers or follow other similar annoying prac-
27-C-22 302! 1-2 28-5-22
; acres ; who has .
P. Clark. 70 acres 33-5-22. to "Bud" Fisher her, cartoonist engagement Work, The :Mountaineers, Spanish tices, are practically never well-informed concerning

.; \ (;ROWERS TO MEET 1 Southam, Inc. et als., to Brevard and originator of the "Mutt and People of the Southwest. Special mus- values, nor do they have representative listings of
,d 1l, \ Starke Growers' AitHocifitinn! << will hold Properties, Inc. Dade County-3I!."> Jeff" comic strip. ic will be provided to entertain while
are being informed of the work property, and they are usually]] not safe to deal with.If .
I 'r'' a regular meeting at the court house acres 33-5-22: ; 4H2 acres 3&-522; 42O you
: ,'I 3.*.! -22 555 30- -22 Vuldwita-New! automobiles unload that our churches.are doing for the
I ; r on Saturday November 2Hth at :'I s sI' acres > > ; acres :
o'clock. James Styles to (L M. Inman-!> ed in Valdosta and driven through to people who claim the protection of our
(I lr. t:, i I acres 21 I-0-22. Florida points during the first fifteen government. Please be in your seats you plan to invest, take your time. Do not be

I'I'I ,. "" Florence L. Chustiun and husbandto days of November represent u total by 7:30: p. m., if possible.EVANGELISTIC rushed. Be sure you have selected a reliable broker. I
f Nettie :\lcConnell-40 acres 17721. valuation of $1,810,500. The automobiles : HROrilERlioOD
1, ,1 Clara Elizabeth Rollins, et alai to represent all makes except
\ t I Practicr.! : '. .'Ion: !r'TOME T. N. Kendrick 1.2: acres 21-0-22. Fords, from the lowest:: priced cur to The next regular meeting of the A reliable sign-post to professional advice' is to look

it' SE'VINc.I I| S. D. Gorden and I wife to '1'. It.Hundley the highest, and the average price per Evangelistic BrotherhrOd will be heldon "
-45 acres 25521. car IH figured at $1,500;> which gives Thursday evening! December 3rd for a "Realtor. That designation can only be used by

l//t f I LL_Uy Ruth Wyelh Sp ar. J. Allen and wife to Thomas Dyul- the total valuation of nearly two million at 7:30 p. m., at the First Baptist members of the local real estate board. As a member,

..: 2 Tract 19-7-22. dollars worth of cars hauled in this hurch. he is bound to conduct his business in compliance with
) 1), W. Pmholster and wife to S. V. city in fifteen days. All members are urged to be present -
the code of ethics
I( Andrews lots in Blk. 18 in Ward: land by local police, following the find The Brotherhood sent out two adopted.INVESTIGATE .

: City. ing of the body of Charles Corcile of teams lust Sunday and now are called ,

I| Heriuus LeClair to G. :M. Inmun- Jackson, Ga., paymaster for a construction upon to furnish four teams each Sab-
I.. Tract in Starke, Westmoreland St. company located near here. bath and it will require all of thu BEFORE YOU INVEST
\ 1 If The Taylor cottage on Cherry street Corell,,'. body was found floating in members that possibly can to take

;1 has been sold to }Dr. A. E. Dunham. Lake Okeechobee yesterday. It was part in the services. Please make a
f --- ----- riddled with bullets, police say. The strong effort to be prepared to serve
SCIIEIU'LES CHANGED: :' : ,;) SUNU.\ amount of money taken has not been and help in the Lord's work.
j jI ascertained.
several of the train .
IIrl Last Sunday
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rl 4 t ) I II schedules of the Seaboard Air Line and friends The service at the Presbyterian Starke Realty Board
t tirst II were changed to take care of the new church last Sunday evening, charge
I trains to be operated through the winter Dr. Adams practiced his. professionin ofthe Men's Brotherhood, was a very I
,) ? i )tl 1rl Vj by the road. The new schedule Starke several years ago, moving Interesting meeting.! M. C. Stith, II.
I U carried in this issue and the changesare from here to Lake City. II. Young, E. L.; Brown and others :

I II i from a few minutes to two hours. made excellent talks.TallahasseeCcgttract. --01
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SLAYER OF DR. ADAMS1LL: < was awarded -
'r I RECEIVE: SPEEDY: HEARING. : this afternoon by the state road de- - -

I i partment to the Duval Engineeringand
Veterinarian l/nc'lime Resident <>f
.t Contracting Company of Jacksonville -
& II Starke, Practicing Here
for the construction of 8.6 milesof

I Lake City, Nov. 25.-Circuit convened ,- road No. 2 between White Springsand

'I in this city Thursday morning Geona, the work to be an S.inch
I' for the speedy trial of Floyd :M. >'eane compacted rock base, nineteen feet N

1 I alleged slayer of Dr. L. J. Adam. wide. It is believed that there will be 7d
I| prominent local veterinarian of this no difficulty in securing rock shipments

rH I city. The murder accurred last :Saturday :; for this project in view of the n- r '

) I morning Pearce was immediately fact that it Is at a point out of,the congested

I arrested and taken to Duvul area. 184-WILL M4KINLEY-1901
county jail as a precautionary nioiiIsure -
by Sheriff Douglas. Titusrille $2;;,000,000 beach development
; I Judge Hal Aadaitm together, project planned by syndicate -

{I States Uturney Kelley opened uint', of New YorkMaine: and local cap McKinley and
: Lii I promipty at 9:00: ) o'clock. Tluu l.\ italists.

morning.! Grand Jury for the special

DJp? term was empaneled. TRAIN SCHEDULE Sound Money
The killing, which is said to have ,
been the result of a quarrel betw i n I Schedule changes 12:01 a. m. Sunday -

li i '. GRACEFUL TRIMMINGSIn : the two men over the supposed, i au.,,, Nov. 22, 1925, and trains will _
the model that 1 have sketchd -' | tions. at Pearce to MrOAdams. "< run as follows: It was the martyr President William

hit .. here navy blue brocade la uaed furred here lust Saturday morning No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa due McKinley -who made the term "soundmoney"
r for the body of the dress. The tie, and has caused considerable< exclt*. Starke 12:30: A. M.
I !o collar, the narrow tie culls and the ment. Both men nre residents of L.'..... 1f No. J Jacksonville to Tampa due famous. President McKinley wasa
4i "j h( r tunic drapery are all made of strips (City, though 1'earce is said to have no "s Starke' 12:47: ; m. great believer In banks. He frequently
v .' c of plain navy blue crepe de ebJn. local address.An >r No. 15 Jacksonville to St. Petersburg
t The small iketqti at the upper inquest was deemed linnec- Ui'e Starke 12:17: p. m. advised his friends to bank their money.A .

light shows the proeMS of adjusting sary n.. the killing was witnessed by + 1 I No. 303: Jacksonville to West Palm
;j the trimming piaean. The e<4- at least five persc..,is wh lar and cuffs are made double. The
I|' turtle which eaueadiw in such gexceful j Ito testify at the trial, and it U felt 'i'I No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville due Are a bank
yon depositor?
J.k Una* I* made of a straight! strip j, that speedy justice should be meted out Starke 4:38:: A. M.

\ of material two yard long and I to the slayer. No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville due If you are nOl start
an account with
twelve tnohea wide. Dr. Adams had been a resident of Starke 4:12 p. m.
( TIM adma of the tainl piece are Lake City for the laM.. nane> years 1.y 1 I I No. 304( West Palm Beach to Ja kscmville us todayBradford
,"t/> all pIOQt IL The material is next during which; time he has been a prut- 1 due Starke 6:08 p. m.

i I I pinned and then tacked aerws thefront | deist veterinarian.. Ha is survived I I No. 20! Cedar Key to Jacksonville
of the aovtume as shown allowing here by his wife and sun and has lev- j' CY TC I I due Starke 8:47: a. m. ,

; i.v 0- ends C4J'._.hallg.fret erne other relatives in various parts | Particularly interesting at thai I No. 21 Jacksonville'. Cedar Key :, .'" .
If <>f the stu. -. > season of the year\ t.I the ensemble I due Starke 5:11 P. M. i II i .
i \ BEADKRSi: ....
......... Ul M Vk/..Jl. SUMO 4rM.iiukhi. ..4... His father and mother) live in lo) -I costume The very smart model I I "Stark A Waanee Branch" I I County Bank

> ."'.:.......j .*....-tar m.. Add.... tat it .< tor's Inlet, Clay county, to which' place I i :suede pictured-flnu>is!died fashioned cloth and of ill green trimmed I No. 101 Leaves Starke 7:40 A. M.I
the taken I No. 102 Arrives Starke 3:15 P.
body was for burial. IMI. : Bradford
with squirrel. file lining, of County' Financial Stronghold
Adams accompanied the body to Clay !; the same material of which the T. J. GRIFFIN J I Established

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I L. A. Canova of Jacksonville and The Real Wealth of Florida I''
Julian Stuart-Local thirsts are remaining fountains were too dirty to continue I '
Canova of the University of
unquenched while proprietors of five operations and l ordered them closed
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spent the week-end here with
of Locale their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ca tnllling factor in the logical growth of HIT stores are busy with the mop' until proper clean-up action had been "
nova. Florida and yet In the last year and scrubbing brush. Invading the 1 taken Another inspection will be
orange groves have been cut up for city today John A. Lynch district : made tomorrow and those stores that ,'
Information I I' town lots.There state health inspector, declared that 'I pass inspection will be permitted to 1
Contract for deeds, chattel port I are now three railroad the drug stores and attendant soda I', resume business, the inspector at t<"I.i' .
/gage- blanks, option contracts, warranty i
Concerning Our terns on the Atlantic seaboard that
People, Bus ineas and
Progret of the County and Town. \, : pentine leases etc.. ,for sale at the I are compete developing for business.their lines Other l'allro.1 Into :the'. ,.'

: Telegraph office. I i state front the northwest These later I II

I I development will di away with traffic I I + t
Jackie Coognn the child ll I
I S-S-Si =; --- n J. ) _"-j/ greatest l )
Dr. II. A. Tucker spent a few days j 1I..,. D. ... .{! .,., actor, will be here Thursday ami Friday -I Jackson-:
of last week In "I ? Ui 45 _,.? December 3rd and 4th in I Leg ofMutton
Tampa. (:lr..r... Jiv ...'?,. .,,. .. ......., Jlt "v.".... Live the Klng"-One of his best"Long proj/ j!I utilised.With an agricultural growth. the t t f
Walter Wills of Tampa wn in town I I ductions. Gaiety Theatre. developed transportation and an ideal I

""rinjthe;\ past week-end. winter climate Florida will be one of e J
.,.... .., ,)1 "Ile .._ B. W. Jacksonville the -
Hodges of
i ?rWae"l' spent large wealth-creating states of tho <
J. L. Harrcll, of Lawtey *** M v.M..oUi.w4nto riche,.. ire n the week-end here with )his family! I 1 I Union. .. (' J
was trans Monday I /
n< tint business here Saturday ,, who have spent the past week Torn But if Florida depends upon cutting i 11f I
with Mrs. Hodge!/ parents :\f r. andMrs. itself up into town lots capable of) t' I'I I If you \Vlnt.a t ti
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. P. Hoffman. holding ,, I'
T. '
Quigley 20,000,000 people, It will

t-on J. G.was Adkms In town, of tho Saturday New River svi.- attending Monday!and the Tuesday fair. in Jack.onvilU spent\ Ellis Thorton who is employed--_ by fruit fill its fields town will lots be and uncultivated.its truck Com-and not I jl:[i,; LI : \\ i'' nice leg:, loin rib, 'f '

the S. A. C. with headquarters In'' "
meic-ial shank
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E. K. Perryman, of Daytyna, spent J. D. Carlton, of Jacksonville Jacksonville spent the latter part of| iI
Wastile { I
last week here '
at the home of his
the week-end here with his{ family. a weekend\ guest of her brother, I'ME.STSn SUPKRANUA'Ifl; I| .t shoulder of mutton
mother ii
Airs. C. -
A. Thornton.
Judge/ A. Z. Adkins. I,11c.4Y AT MKTHODlSr\( C1llillCllLast : ) | '('
Mrs. II. n !May, of Thuressu, s.' this is the
wan Sunday
Mr. and ; !' ;
last \ 1 L. A. Mrs. W. P. Robinson and was Superanunte Day
m town Friday. Wynn of I
Hampton, wn. children and Mrs. J. P. Robinson, of,; with the Sturkc Mcdothists. In the
------ ternoon business' here Saturday af Jacksonville, were week-end guests at morning the minister Rev. C. F. place to get it. -
Syrup labels, nil kinds and rises, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. RnbIlnllQn. !Starnesil'; preached on the subject of ]

the Telegraph office. i I I, { I|the ministers who have retired from In fact we carry only meat of the choicest -

P. M. Barefoot and family moved to active work on account of old ageand \ I

Turner Brooker, of Waldo was t in their new home corner of Call and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cammerer, of ill health. I!, quality. Our business has been
town. last Friday. I Cherry Streets Wednesday. i Philadelphia, were guests thin week !II In the evening, under the directionof

,, of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. E. M.\ Johns, the Epworth built on square dealing and fair prices.

Alphie Hodges! of New River was Walter Wills of Tampa, has been Mm. Cunnnerer will make a two weeks i League/ gave an impressive piigennl\ 1 1I
,in town the latter part of last week. I( here this week with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. tour of the state 'and several tableaux. "Parson Faith.ful's We want your patronage and if we
i Morgan. Debts" was the title of the pag- get

Legal; blanks for sale at the Telegraph I ,, G. Waikerman, of Lawrenccburg cant, Corner Long taking the part of it will do our best to keep it.
ffice. i| Mr. and Mrs J. W. Logan, of Tuhuln I I Tenn., was a visitor to Starke !Mon Parson I Faithful, while Miss Hazel ,,
Miss.\ are guests of Mrs. Logan's day. Mr. Wackerman owns consider- Muldleton Impersonated "Justice"

Dr. W. II. ClemonH, of Jacksonville -, sister, Mrs.' S. E. Brownlee.I able property in the Santa Fe lake I While the old minister sits and grieves Meat MarketPhone
was in town Friday. I|I I i section! nnd has been there for several ,I over his unpaid bills, a number of people Variety
Don't miss "Oh Doctor" Tuesday you !; days. whom he has holprd' come nnd'cheer 'I

:Mrs. Equilla Jones, of Graham, I i, will ace Reginald Denny and Mary his heart with words of praise 124, Starke j

spent Friday hero with frltmds. | Astor, two of the best. Gaiety Theater. The members of the Methodist' Sunday and appreciation, and later give him I,
I I school arc requested to remember money to supply his needs. Parson -

Marvin Ogden, of Pompano! was, I i itranllactlnA' Milton Brownlee, Jr., who has been that next Sunday is Orphanage )Day, i' Faithful's visitors were represented by I
busincsn' hero Friday. I In Riverside Hospital, for the post and the collection will be sent to the 'the following young;\ people: 11

week on account of a broken arm wan Orphans' Hume. Let all the Sunday! I Young Minister, C. F. Stamen; Business r J. R. DAVIS{ &CO.INSURANCE

living VVeruhuw, of Jacksonville WM 6!, I: brought home Sunday. I school members respond liberally to JfRn.oujC'ent.: !Matthews; Mounluincer I II

tran"actinlblJlllness\ in town Friday., i: this good cause. Carlyle Ritch; Old Lady Mrs |
"Side Show af Life" with Ernest i'II I A. Wood, ; Teacher Miss Eva Leatherwood -

R. II. Green, of the Brooker section,' I iTorrenee and Anna Q. Nilsson Thursday The show place of Starke is the ; Young :Mother, Mrs. A. W. An- ,
was in the city Friday afternoon. : and Friday gripping/ drama at chysanthemum garden of Mrs. N. D. I denton; Little Girl, Lois Adkins;
the Gaiety. Wulnwright the Chirixese Girls', Misses Virgin' I t
i I on highway. Running I Weeks ,
Chrysanthemums for sale by I I almost the entire length of the end Harriet Hitch; Africans Merrill I AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886 ,

Mrs. N. U. Wainwritfht./ buses Free Wynn Ruth Smith and block, the goorgeous blooms are causing Struth and Troy" Toiuliurlin

Lillle Mae Anderson of the Rrooker many tourists to stop and admire The beautiful tableaux illustrated STARKE FLA.tmmalmmmmmilimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtammmmtftmmlpmmmftim
O. A. Andreu of Stuart, was 'm 'school faculty attended the teachers them. how ministers hold the people with .

town the first of the week. I meeting here aturday. i iI whom they come in connct. The first
I I I!, Jennings Bowden of Inverness was tableaux showed a young minister
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph I A. E. Wall and family have moved in town a short while Saturday after (spurning;\ wealth and accepting -
office. to their noon visiting friends Mr. Bowden ianity as represented -.-.,---
I now home which they have recently I by an Chrillt-/, /
built on their farm about a ,is the Ford dealer of Inverness and Young mlnl..tpr.Ir.: : +alniiimmmmmmmmt
Mrs. J. T. Moore, of Lawtey, was in mile from town. was enroute to Jacksonville where Rit< h; Wealth Miss Frodnca Sfruth. J9
town Saturday. I IMr. he with party of men w'rl'Co,,,, n> :Second; Tableau: :Middle aged minister :

I : and Mrs A. B. Surrency and 'get a shipment of new Fonts, and drive helping small chili.) lIinllltnIr.: [I'i Wood Wanted
Meet Hoot Gibson in "Taming the R. T. Oiteen of Brooker spent Sun them hack through the country i L. A. Davis; Child Gloria Johns. i iI '

West" at the Gaiety Monday night.. day at the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. I*" ,( -- I IrENTAVORD Tho third tableau was a bride and I

:M. Barefoot. 'groom standing while the minister I|
L. H. Hill, of Lawtey, was in town I ,performed) the
ceremony Miss Cora' Beginning October 1st., we will pay $((5.00 per Cord
Monday. Four color \ Calhoun represented the bride and ,
lithoyraphed syrup label, / Mr. John Powell the groom. I"'. O. It. Jacksonville for first clasn four foot lightwood .
printed with your name and complying I
School supplies at Johnson's Cash with the law full length and half Tableau fourth was a minister old | suitable for retort purposes!>l. and four foot oak i

Store. sire, at the Telegraph office. j I weary nnd, alone. Rev. L. W. Kickliter wood, $5.00: per cord. F. O. II. Jacksonville
I taking the part of thu minister. '! !

Miss Ada Nimmo of Hampton was. :Mrs. J. G. Godwin and little ..on, I I The choir softly sang I beautiful ,|'I We purchase wood twelve months. In the year and alwa-n endeavor -
in town lust Friday.L. .of Miami i hymns suited to the occasion
Bench spent Friday here and
FOR RENT-Furnished l f'.r1 Miss to give full measurement and make returns promptly.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. A room Grace Wood rend an interpre-
R. Gainey of Brooker was transacting Bishop. I 1 rent. Water lights' bath 75c per tation of number of the scenes. When! making shipments mail us ropy of your "hill of lading.

business here Tuesday. i I day; 3.00 per week R. S. Hum- I At the clone of this impressive service. I

Mrs. Morgan Darby, of Fort My- phrey. It. 'I' Mr. G. M. Inman talked on the

Take the kiddieg to Johnson's Cad I ,ers, is here on a visit with Mr. Darby's'lister FOR SALK-Horse power cane mill! subject of the superununte endowment 'I Florida Wood Products Co.
Store for their Christmas < ,, fund
tqys. : Mrs' D. C. Jones and 1 Mrs. SL. $20.00; single' barrel shot 0.011 and called on the congregation to I
Peek. gun ; I(I I give to this worthy .
6 cause. The collection
L. B. Gill was among the businessvmitors I cylinder Willys touring Car. F. .1.I I' amounted JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
', Puttee, R. F. D. A, Starke Fla. 11-27 to one hundred and
to Starke Monday ten
:Mrs. Jofcephine Edwards, who has 2t".
tf ',been visiting her daughter! rs. It. I j :JlHDGl1IIIIIDI'01IIIIIm.mmmCDalGJmmmmmmmDIIJmmwmmmmmlnmmmC! ( / ttit 0immtDmO1< ,
Mr. and Mrs. I>. I. Ames pent Fri O. Daniel, of Sarasota, for the past FOR RENT Furnished rooms Mrs\ Dnytonn-This city to have free
day Jacksonville.A. mail delivery
in month returned home last Friday i M. Leviton at Partridge house. ii.I service beginning. Jan. t.asatttttt.w.a-
uary 1 I. 1920.StarkeNew.
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M. Blanchard of Lawtvy was in 1" '', Mr. and :Mrs. W. F. Barefoot and I

town Tuesday afternoon. children of Sanderson, spent Sundays 'FOR SALE-Good farm on New River. $100,000 hotel proposed .

Mils !Mamie AHirood, of Hampton i,, afternoon at the home of !Mr. and Mrs\ I 180 I acres on Lake City-Palatku for this place -A Checking

one of the pupils en P. :M Barefoot. | Palatku highway. One cow, one _
I horse, farm implements, 300 bushels
rolled in the business college here. |
*- ;Mr., and Mrs. Bartow Scarbough, corn. All to sell' together W. T. PAINTINGFinished

Mrs Maude Raisden of Jacksonville i,,, i 4f Jacksnnvile were in town ''eaty I Ir I Turner Lake Butler Fla. 1120U'FOR Account of
has been here on a visit with he Wednesday to attend the funeral of | I contract painter will also do
grandmother, Mrs. M A. Baisden. his brother, G. '11' '>er :Srarbrouurh.:; : | SALE 150 acre farm 80 acres I repair work In connection with paintIng. .
I In cultivation, 100 acres fenced. 7 1All I

Mrs. A. H Hall of Okeechobee. I ii Christmas just n month off. Do your room house barn, other outbuildings,II work
; 3 miles satisfactorily guaranteed.' '
southwest of Lawtey 3-& HER OWN
here visiting; her parents, Mr. and Mrs shopping early and buy at Johnson'sCash mile west of
state road
L. S. Hutto. Store They will store your toys Apply
for you until Christmas free of charge E. L. Crews, Route 1, Box 76, Law- J. J. Hall I 1
I tey ,
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"Ambushed" western
a good ole I
4th episode of "Wolves' of the North." I Mr. and MrC.. N. Christy have re- ';j Box 674
Saturday at the Gaiety Theatre. I turned home after spending, two
months Canada 1I..troltIkh.: .
I in and
:Mrs. Vance Buss and @oa. Wilson,,| other places in the North. for I To give a checking account just for the sake of givingisn't
tf Brooker were intown Saturday aftei i I
good recommendation. The best for
noon. :Mr.\ and Mr Needham Perryman, Cause hip and Influenza reason opening(

--l.---- --' I I of Atlanta, have been recent guests SUB. DIVISION OF 22 LOTS I LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE ?abler. times, a checking account for your wife, and depositing a gift sum

Prof. T B. PinhoUter, of Brook"*.of' Mr. and Mrs\ L. A. Davis. :\1 r. On Highway Within City Limit of. UM ....... Th.r. .la only noa "Bmmu,11110'0"' ,. for is becausea
Was intown Saturday attending th<- I Ferryman is Mrs (),tvi.' brother. C. W. GROVE il'n.''ira an bui. Jut: a starter ---

te chers meeting. i iC. Hampton, Fla. I .... cancelled is a !
C. Armstrong and Miss Birdie ,
Mrs. N. G. Hayes of Brooker, was I A Armstrong ..f Madison were guests I All Conveniences Renew Your Health it of
-- saves carrying sums in the home
in town during; the week-end visitlnjgr. this week of Mr. and :Mrs. W. L. money or pure
at the home of her son, E. \V. Hayex. I I Wall. i I I that may be /lost!
I ... I II Florida Rnal! state [0. by Purification

:Miss Frederica Struth spent tho> J| Mr.\ and :Mrs. D. R. Edwards, of. Box 534 -.-- save running to the bank for money to pay uneXpected )
: w. .t-k-end Wildwood with her sister, Dolray, left :Monday to return home aft Macon Georgia I Any physician will: tell you that i jl bills/ !

'Mrs. DeSha. m, r a visit with :Mr. and Mrs. E S. ."Perfect 1'urll'ication of the System -
I Matthews! and Judge and Mrs A. Z. is Nature'ft, foundation ui ..
} I I sending a check thru the mail is safe It also'
I ; Frank Pattee, of Gulfport,, has been ,, Adkins. 111' I Perfect Health" Why not ri(i I save
!t here Inn a visit with his parent, Mr. I II'jonrsHf of chronic: ailments that time and the price of a money order!

j and :Mr. F. J Pattce. The pupil. of the fifth grade under American Lunch are nnderminingyour vitality ) .
the direction of their teacher, Mrs. SM. I q I'Hf'/y'! youfrntir* system \I.y tnk -- we render accurate monthly statements winch keeps

:Mr. Hornbet'k: of Keystone HellCht'.1! :\ Cox:, gave an excellent Thanksgiving Hello { \ing A thoroUTh courae of CulotabH the home accounts in order!
was a promihent visitor to ( playlet Tuesday afternoon in ( 1Od Folks-We will I
--once or twice a week for several
day. the school auditorium.
I see you all thin week at the ivpeks--and nee how Nature re- A CHECKING ACCOUNT/ CONVENIENT.

C. B. Roberts, merchant of Graham,
.= was transacting. business in town one and :Mozel'e' :McGi..d. of the University ; Caiutnl'S arc the greatest. of all ,
by last week. of Florida, were here eeFri lay yntr purifier Oft family

-- -. to hear Dean Norman'V, 'ud'dress at SCOURTNEYStarke: I puckr. :e. containing full directions -
James :Molt and O. W. Barry of r... ehool building*. Fla. price 3.;> r.ts. ; trial package, BANK OF STARKEThe

Brooker, were visitors to town Saturday I 10 cts. At an-/ drug ntorc.! (()
George Flynn of Orange City, Bank of Helpful ServiceWE

spent the week-end here with his Tk. QooInI net 0... N* Affect Thocad
A. S. Crews of Starke, was here on family, who are at the home of :Mra.Fljnn's Bma. of It. Onto and l...tfv.cfTsct." LAXA- To Cur a Cold n UM umyIak PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS
legal busneon! Tuesday.-Union County parents Mr. and :Mrs., P. E. 11VE BBOMO 01 ININC." <7ablJoul an b. .._ .. LAXATIVE. '_ 0ROMO QUININE!: rTabMat.... II.
br I -\10''' (_head t4Waca..ud .O<< h.fGld.
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1 Farmers and Farming Florida Unfair ;, Ideal l Fertilizers High st

I Ii i In Dispatching' __ Qualzty

It I IF AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE Report It Take."i 'i Dayi on Haul From IDEAL BRANDS have led the State for thirty years. Order early and

; ART?CLUES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND Lakeland to Sanfurd With Perishable avoid delays caused by congested freight conditions. :

TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY Orlando, Nov. 20.-After a con. Service Organization Available Vegetable Growers I

I ference here this morning with J. Curtis -
Robinson, secretary and manager WE OFFER to the vegetable growers of Florida, through our subsidiary

J'' at the South Florida Fair last February of the growers and shippers leagues Florida Agricultural Supply Company, the services of Dr. M. D. Leonard,
gets the trip given by that of Florida Commissioner E. A. Mc-
I an Entomologist and Plant Pathologist of high repute.
Hail the Organized organization. Manamy announced a meeting wouldbe

I: Beulah Felts of Palma Sola, Man- caled: soon to Investigate com IF TROUBLES arise in the field, tell us about them and we will give you
atee county, has been awarded the 'plaints of Floida fruit shippers, who
the most up-to-date of control.
Rural Community trip offered by the National Commit- report they are not being given proper -

tee on Boys' and Girls' Club Work. service by railroads of the state. OUR PRICE LIST NO. 29 will be sent upon request.
jII J\\ She contested with other club girls McManamy is director of the bureau -
f during the Girls' Club Short Course of service for the Florida Rail-
d 't ((13)' Spuds Johnson) ) held at the State College for Women road commission and interested in the

"Give us prosperous' communities this summer, giving demonstration in work of Florida fruit growers and Wilson-Toomer Fertilizer
and we will have prosperous states canning various products. shippers. Company
Hi I \ The community
and a prosperous nation. Clara Hull Masters of St. Johns Given Wrong Car Reports
P' is the foundation on which county won tho trip offered by the .At the conference this morning many Manufacturers of Heal Fertilizers JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
y to build farm development. Thosowirds Florida Kant Coast Railway for the shippers were on hand and reported

r1, : / : of :Miss :'olurylimlt! organization must outstanding club girl' in coun- that it took from thirty to sixty daysto __ __ '_
Louisiana Extension .. _____ .. ,;oII'I' ....__ _.
I speciulibL Late ties along its limes. secure cars to ship' fruit out of the
; Service, spoken before the "These gins have all done well," state. They said that often they were
i assembled crowd during Farmers Week nays linn. iileuson in commenting on forced to take refrigerator curs when
I at the College of Agriculture, so Impressed the winners. "They have been scored they only needed ventilated ones. It |r JUSt Like "Teddy"tsttse..wtall. I II

themselves on mo that I have very closely! and competition has been was said that railroads were also Soviet Russia Now Plans Bigger
remembered them. And I have been keen. They, with two boys who are showing partiality in the issuance of .. i.r i.y i.

i'1'I' I thinking about them. to ba awarded trips during the State permits for loadings.It Wool Production

: 1 am told thatpeople in New YoJk Fair in Jacksonville, und representatives was estimated by the shippersthat
.:1 i und some of the large cities do not of the Agricultural Extension! the state would be sending GOO

know who their next door neighbors Division and Home Demonstration urn of citrus fruits north each day
( are. J<'urmlooplo/ however, urn more Department, will represent the state by December 1, and T. M. Shelley
inclined to be neighborly and sociable in club work at the Internationl Club KI the rivet Growers express promised .-
I with each other. We are nut Congress. that a sufficient number of ear

;'': thrown with as many people as our would be provided for this anticipated
city friends, and so we therefore appreciate NEW AIM-OINTMENTS: AND: i rush. "zsw
'f more the associates We dot 'l1lANS1o'EllSNNOlJl'iCEU! I W. A. Leffler of Chase and Company y }
said he had !I w, ...e.,,
tj i have. IN COUNTY AGENT: WORK Orlando shippers, ,
: However, there is. still room for 1 been Informed by the railroads! that it

much better work among rural com Gainesville, Fla.-County agent would take twenty( days to send aI
>> munities. We all believe that a little work was started in Pinellus county i carload 'of fruit from Lakeland to I
organization would be a good thing recently with the appointment of E. : Sanford because of the lack of scales II I f

for agriculture, and yet it cannot bo II. Hurrlbauu as county agent. Mr. at these points! for the handling of {

: ,. organized successfully on a county or II. Huhlebaus as county agent. Mr. I shipments. lie reported that then:
state basis.. The community is the vermty of Florida and for the past I were no scales on the lines between +
i ,ti logical: unit, for then each farmer will three years has been salesman with i the two cities.
have a chance to take an active part: the Gulf Fertilizer Company. lie his I I
"t. \. As a result he will take more interest had considerable experience in citrus I I The acrevaKe is somewhat less than VTOCA.TLLltt'ie A Kiunmunify/ oiht proip. ..roin. farming pttuont. atom

4 dj''f! The community picnic, the community and general farming, and a good lust year, but the farmers are"get The visit to the United States at turing purposes. Another committee
jf.- I f Christmas tree, the community part of his fertilizer work has been ting good prices. i this time, of Michael S. PcreferUovttsh. from that country has been studying
,,' school, community library, community with citrus people. I Paulina, daughter of Congressman manager o( the live-stock department textile mills In Pennsylvania and
; bank, community warehouse, com- Other changes in county and home llardee-The greater part of my Nicholas Longworth is of the Soviet Russian government Massachusetts..
k munity sweet potato house, community time this week was spent in organizing I Just nine months old, and some say Prof. Michel F. Ivanotf ofa Admittedly, there Is great need In
demonstration personnel are
community abattoir, communityl agent I boys' club work in the schoob.I they see behind her rosy complexion Moscow agricultural university, Russia for farming implements as
hatchery, Ex-
I' announced by the Agricultural The enrollment is running over 200 JA likeness to'' her grandfather and N. N. Klobnlk, official Inter- the Russian farmer now has prac-
creamery, community cannery texion Division as follows: members. I the great "Teddy" Roosevelt preter, carries with It all the significance tically all the land he wants, but Is
p j < community cotton gin, community gristmill David Clayton Geiger, who was in I of a step to progressive and unable to develop all of his ground
community green house, and com- county agent work from 1UOU to 1915, r J Kxcumbla: -The city market wall modern methods In the new Russia. because of luck of farm machinery
munity seed improvement association has been appointed county agent for bMiught into being November 10, and I According to these three repre- Another great need Is dairy machinery
are some forms of activities in which jifayettc-County with headquarters at I has been form the aentatlves of the Soviet government, such as milking machines,
,1 I success start. !
>e the community may join to the mutual I a IS EVER:! i'ai ADACKACFL5 Russia now has about 80,000,000sheep cream separators pasteurizing machinery -
Mayo. Mr. Geiger has lived practical Farmers seem to have little troublein
and hundreds of millions of horse and
I cow clipping machines
benefit of all farmers.I ly all of his life on a general Florida selling out their products. head of other live stock. and butter-making machinery
I know of a number of instances farm and is thoroughly familiar with 'I DAY? Ramboulllet rams have been purchased M. Fereferkovltab said he Intendedto
4 ; where a certain community went in the agriculture of this section. He St. Johns-W'i'th"M M.' R. Ensign, extension I by them, not to Increase the buy more than 6,000 sheep, but
for a special kind of crop and madea will begin work December 1. entomologist and patholo- Ii i number of sheep, but to Improve owing to misinformation as to the
I specialty of producing\ large quantities County agent work in Washington gist, made arrangements this week to Slarke Folk.* Hnve Fond: the Cause quality. It Is expected that a better best buying season, be arrived In this
1 f I and good quality. Invariably cijhnty' is under way, with Leon S. conduct a 10-acre potato demonstration I awl: "orreetcd !It. grade of wool will be produced by country too late to get all he wished
have trouble in disposing of the Leonard farm Has. crossing of breeds. In this connec and so expects that next year oa
,; they no Carter as county agent. A graduata on near ,
Is beck ''pnv and achy Are lion sheep shearing machinery was will
your many as twenty men be sent to
that crop, because the buying public of the University of Georgia, with tinge Mr. Leonard has turned over,; you torturio with sharp, rheumatic bought to supplant the old-time hand this country to make these pur
soon learns that it can get a good quality considerable farming experience. Mr. I the 10 acres so that a careful test pains; miourublu with heuuuchcs, dizzy blades. This In 1 Itself Is expected to chases.
h of that particular crop in that Carter is also familiar with agricultural -I of both dusting and spraying may be spells! wad kidney 1 irregularities? No Increase the wool crop about 1%, not Russia Is doing everything possible
community. conditions in the Southern states, I I given. wonder, then, you feel worn-out and because the machine shears closer to Improve farming: and dairying!
I, And I the I Ideal community organization and should fit III well! in Washington discouraged. But have you given any than hand blades, but because It removes methods. Graduates of agricultural
will call for a community building thought to your kidneys? You should I the wool evenly and In an schools are teaching farmers and
i county. lie hus headquarters at Chip-
of kind where a certain special Weak kidneys cause just such tioublt's. unbroken blanket, leaving no ridgeson dairymen modern methods and the
some ley. Practical Instructions InOME Don't risk neglect! Use boan's the sheep. use of modern machinery.
'I t community building should he provided II. P. Peterson has resigned as county Pills-a stimulant diuretic to the kid- Russia Is anxious to enlarge Its Many things point to Russia u
an soon as poKiible. agent of Okcechobee county and as '-* SEWING nevs. Her,"', n Starl.c case: textile business with a view to producing one of the world's great future "I'
yet a successor has not been appointed.Miss !Mrs L. E. Miner Eighth St., says: Its own wool for manufac sources of dairy products.
Josephine Nimmo has recently By Ruth Wyeth Spears "There was a severe, Uull ache in my .
Four Club Girls been, transferred from Walton countyto back, and if I stooped, I could sarrely! "

1.I 1. Kacambla! county as home demonstration more straighten tired than I often before git I went up to feeling bed. "Could Better Fertilizer Be Made\ ?
I agent, succeeding Miss Flor- Doan's Pills from Turner's Drug
Awarded Trips To esa Sipprel, who resigned from the Store cured me of the attack" I
I J Kticambia: County work to put some Price / 0c fit all rtonlers Don't simply : It"
We Would Make
.Mt of her theories into practice as the ask fur a kkl"' ..y remedy
wife of Ralph Stoutumire. Mr. Stout get Doan' Pills-the same that Mrs.
Club Congress;' a iimiro is a former agricultural editor Miner Buffalo.had.N. Y Foster-Milburn Co. !Mfri.! SIMON: PUKE AND GEM BRANDS

I for the Extension! Division. i fill "Time Tried and Crop Tested"
Sept. lit 1925 New PRICE LIST of Regular Brands Just issued. Get
1 i Tallahassee, Fla.-Four Club girls | . .
came before placing your order. Send orders now for FALL requirement
\ are to make the trip from Florida toy I EXTRACTS FKOM COUNTY pave delay and he ready when Fertilizer U needed. QUALITY Brat FAIB
the International Club Congress
Chicago, held in connection with the
.. I .
Show November V e
28-December 6, 1925. Win- | Lake (E. W. Jenkins): Plans are ,
I ners of these four trips are announcedhere being for the county poultry QUICKLY BANISHEDTwo

today by Miss Flaviu Gleason, show, which will be held In Eustisin 1 I ;
state home demonstration agent. j December. ;
Goodbread of Lake City '
Thelma applications of home
n Columbia county, won the free trip I l'asco--We are encouraging the
offered by Montgomery Ward an.l small farmer to start with a few cows remedy gave: complete reliefDon't

D I Company, having scored highest in the and gradually !grow into the dairy

1 content to determine the most outstanding business sufff'r-don't wait for pain to
I club girl in the state. Jurt wear off. Give it relief at once
v i l Ix-thu Fender of Inverness, Citrus Duval (W. L.Watson): The sugar- with a very simple home treatment.

county, whose exhibit scored highest cane crop is unusually !good this year. i "I could not sleep or do my work,"
----I writes a Washington, D. C., woman, I
"but now I can walk and do my work
_>(tr Milk Costs Uncle Sam and sleep at night. I used Sloan's
Spilt / Liniment only twice and it relievedme

I of my pain It is just .wonderful.I
Lf( i-. $77,399,685.00 Annually will never be without it. r

This Is only one letter but It la .
The amount of milk split .soured typical of thousands that the makersof

IIjf rejected. la 3.339.986.000 and otherwise pounds.wasted Thin annually at- the Sloan's amazing have relief received that,Sloan testifying gives:( to! Parties with trucks to contract the cut

$2.2S per hundred would approximate to every kind of muscular pain.

: amount annually of 171.8 I :>>\\1,6811.the stupendous No need to rub, It's the medicine Itself 1 ting and hauling of Cypress Lath
that does the work. Just pat it
pJ ,I through However this, a tale cheerful of economic note loss rings to on. Instantly it sends the fresh,healing Blocks to furnish the timber. Average
I we
The I. the Shoulder Flare or the Waistline blood tingling through the sick tissues ,
a nation. same report showsa
r I h' 1914 Increase of 108 pounds of Flare Best for You 7 -and the pain simply has to go. So '
hu t dean and easy to use too. Get a bottle haul 4 miles.
IPI'' y' milk per cow over 1021 production. The straight coat or the plaited today. All druggists-35 cents.CATARRIIAL .
from the
Deducting this figure pre-
model usually helps to give the Impression I

viously of given only, leaves 13.607,325 a loss, throughwaste a mere ure. The of woman added height whose to hips the are big? I I.1 We aLa buy Cypress Blocks f. o. b.

bagatelle, rmnraruilvith our ua-
tlonal debt of more than twenty billion broad will do well to avoid a aide
of dollars 'flare. The front flare gives a graceful -.1.1I cars your loading point. Write or see
"'I The Increased ytolj per cow is due line but !If the coat la to be

,,;: II lat.. e ."* of -,- to heightened ontclency on the farm; worn several season one may tire
pm c..... _" ylNe. and future yearn promise even of it I
O{ I HMO" IkJ ollo mf/A ymrl: greater Increase. The coat that flares front the
I < pp'v" '*. milk Dairymen have discovered the futility waistline in the back is most be-
a -
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11' oniwoUy< <* (AeU.
1 I II.
aA' of feeding non-paytng member coming to the woman who has DEAFNESS
f of their milk nerds. 't'h.'y have Mtralght narrow shoulde-a as I
f I learned that losses lurk In Insanitary: have shown la the vketcn at the I. tan caused by an Inflamed conditionof i LUMBER MANUFACTURING I.

\ milk production. They have discovered right.: The loose rippling coat illustrated Tu...the.. mucous When this lining lube. J r Is the Inflamed Bu.tachlan you ,
According to a schedule ihowlng the advantages that lie In at the left Is especially nave a rumbling sound or Imperfecthearing.
the division of dairy products, published swatting the bacteria that hide In good for the figure that \Is Inclinedto Unless the Inflammation, can COMPANY
unclean stables, .be reduced your hearing tray be dsIroyed I
1 by the United States Depart unclipped un- have bulging lines across the .
'( meet cf Agriculture, the annual coati brushed flanks and udder of milk shoulders or the hips. tur.Iv.r.HALL'aCATAR.I.. -.:JICiNE will
i milk In our nation would cows and unsterlllud utrmlls A* rid systemof
, or wasted do what w. claim for H- your GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
make a happy pay day for the army time goes on. the unavoului.l.\ want Catarrh or Uealn.-. caused. bl'CetaM'h. ,
F will be than !I"DE1U1I y.a has. flnmwkhir. HALL'SCATAItRH.MED1CINlthas :
and and hUll leave an appropriation of milk more offset by
navy prMUm. lit w ... _r. pity been .ucc..fui la the tretuaont <;4
lumrlent! to build enough Intelligent feeding complete sanitation them far ...... bee IB MM .( Catarrh for over J-ort- "..'>rs.
combat plane to satisfy even the and more emclent herd manage< tale --- Hold br ill triiKHls-"' .
t militant Mitchell. meat. .::1I..c Co.; ". I). A

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HAMPTON NOTICE TO BIDDERS I I upon whom would bind said .p.'I.; andIt f. ", BROOKER appearing from th* sworn. Two ((2) and Iota On* (l. Two (1 sad)
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kammerer of 'Martin I filed In the above ... o.une. that the reaUdenee. (Si. In Block Three ((5). I! I
Ask .e
Philadelphia are the guests of friend Itrooker. Nevember 20.( -E. S. Gain- Now Staled bid. will .b* received t r tlM Board of the d.t..n"an. The Florida Land of A. I'help .ub-dlvi.lon- 1f the town I
of Bond Trustee of Bradford County: Florida and ".. Company eortmratlon : Thalorlila of Highland
and relatives here this week.J. ey and family of Plant City, spent the .t th* olTle of the Secretary of the Board. .t Can Grov and Mi Company Also all of 81nl Six 18) of J. A. Knflx1

P. Potts, C. A Birt: and E. J. week.end here visiting friends and Stark.. Florid. until 1-00 o'clock p. m. of a corporation The Florida 8ua Cane. and plat of the .1..hl.nd. Iota and
relatives. Search Seizure Law Dretnber 14th lV2. and at that Urn. pub. flrove Aanoclatlon. and Robert Watson and block containing_ .1... ( .*. l In See
King were business visitors to Starke I I Holy opened for On. Ft.. to Ten Ton Crawler Robert H Jonue a. Tru.t.r. for the Florid lon Thlrty-one ((81). Township Four ((4),
this week. L. A. Brown and L. R. Gainey were Type Tractor and also on. caterpillar attach* S.."... Cane and Grove AMoalation. The tor- ( Range ,.o.'h. 124)) E..t
business visitors' to I I'liMtnt' for Ford on Tractor. Ida Railroad Company and J.m. T Aoutvr
Miss Ada Nimmo was a business Gainesville on Bidder to furnl.h complete ......lIt..loo. of and John MoRse. .Tru tee for the FloridaRailroad be and they hereby ar required to appear t

visitor to Starke lust. Friday. I Thursday.P. Sudden "Change of Front" Is Topicof equipment and came to bt .ubJ..." to demon Company a e..Uon. (' ... H. the Bill' of Complaint' tUe .aid ....

A. Crosby and son Hugh Butler Discussion at Capital I : Nickel. Boole Nickel. Robert Ualan and on or before Monday' .h. day of
Hicks of I .ur :"jj..rd 0
Waldo filled his
Rev. .
rcgulur recarvi the right to reject any: 8, Unknown! and that centner A. O IBIiH otherwise the
appointment at the First Baptist were attending to business in Jack- and .11 bid. ..rvlr a ..b".n. upon whom would bind of said lllll will be taken .. ...nt..1..ton
of lust sonville lust week Tallahassee, Nov. 20.-Exhibiting; II:. 8. MA1..HEWS ,> there I. no person the State of KltirliU, the ,' It i. further ordered that Ihl. Order .betuti'lt.h.'d
church Hampton Sunday morn an entire change of front Governor |I Chairman. said doft.nil.iiu. and that It b .lr" by thecnmplainante one a week for four .onos-uttve'
ing and evening.! E. 11. Ward, of Wildwood spent I C. A, 'UTCU. that t' ..10 c'.nd.nla. I I I week. In a new.paper p"hl.h.d In Bradford.

Daugherty of Starke the Sunday here as guest of his mother Martin Friday urged the enactment Secretary. llUtia.ll whose reeiditnc ... .. place buln. County Florida: and Order aluo
Jay was Mr of the drastic "search and seizure |I I i are unknown to complainant .. I".*...., ''I. publl.hed once a week for four *
7. l'. :: .
guest of friends and relatives here last In the property' Involved In thia Bult. and I,I In a newapaper publUhed In Clay
Sunday.J. -.: : < t '. \:. .':'r .., %st- ', *: prohibition enforcement law-the very NOtICE that oomplananta do not know and have notI Cniinty, Florida.

e ', .'! : :Miss act he vetoed at the lust regular ses. I| I I I been able to ascertain whether any of th* Ordered the 4th. day of November. A. D.
B. Prevatt J. F. Johnson L. J. :< : h' I
violated' said known defendant db.d or aliv, or In : 11125 Z ADK1NS.
In Circuit Court. Bradford Florida
ion on the grounds that it County, .
and M. L. Waterson have been Luted! fnhoM". r? Timinn pent existence* or not. I ITIIOMAS w. FIEDNG.A. JuilaaSid
Wynn Sue .. '..>-. .... t"f Mr". /. .Tr'Hio4 the cotistmtional "bill of rights." Kcp- In ('h."..", I, TiE.'Rb. I I. ordered thai the said alto, for Coml.I.ln.n.1..1..
fishing/ and chasing racoons In Gulf tj\ A. A, Durri>n. I I kn.wn ,* who .. ho..tlo. luamedin
John A. Taylor, of Highlands countyimnu'di4ttely t
Hammock this week. -"". Complainant this order If IKInu. and df.d. .1 prr.sona. ,

Casey: Htkinsuii and Royce Gainey \ introduced the bill in the 1 I Tiim. (.m or corporation. ,1.lmlo. .rei t OltEI OF PI'III.ICATION
Miss Julia Maxwell of Jacksonville, house. Al." H. ., at.ftef.ndanta- under .aid known antt .r..I. In the Court Eighth Judicial Ch. I'.
spent tne week-end with her mother, were attending/ to business in Galnes- 1 I i I ". dectaaed. or othtrwl.' and all per. > It,ol Csnl County, Florida In Chancery.
When the message, urging passage Itlll.* Quirt TItle, and Remov. Cloud whomsoever that he tntermted -
yule! Saturday. stuns may or are | J J Triihy antl ':v. A. by vh.nd
Mrs. J. M. Maxwell. of the! dry aw was read before both I'I To The Florida Railroad Company' a cor'poratitm In the property' involved I in, th .ult. ..0.1b| unit next friend J W. KIlo. .
Mr. unit! Mrs. Jasper. Allen of Bush- Mark Clemons, of Waldo, spent the I I It. .itecee.nn. legal representative ed .. r.lo",.. In \.lt..r County Complainant
week-end here with his family. of tl.e dry law was read I before both and nw'gn.' : the helm. nVvleeea fatal repre wilt '
nell, are visiting here this week. They mediately claimed that the message sent.tin. and amlgn. of Simon J. Temple and 'I'he North half of the Nurtheant Qii.rter.: I Mr .
Mrs.( Vance Russ and J. C. Wills' widow, al
two sons, Pnrnh ,I et
Temple .
were formerly residents of our town, each drven.ed : The Florida Tile Sotitheant quarter of N"'hw. auiirteri
Wilson and Livtagston, were visitors was merely to forestall the legislature and and Tmmlirratlon ('om"u,. eornorattnn The Southwest quarter of Nurtheavt ...... l fiinilanta
and have won many friends, who are Starke last the veto of the original I I and It. .,,........... legal repreeentatlvo the Couthweet quarter of Southra.t quarter.of I Bi'l(! I. Remove Cloud, 1...

always glad to see them. to Friday afternoon. act. The vetoed I and ..tlgn. : John T SUeo' and Fmm. M Sloe' Northeat quarter, except One ... for a I It appearing from tn* alienation. or ,
proposed measure
Prof. Lawhorne and Miss Maud Cephus Harrell of Waldo, spent 'I,I If living and If dead their helm legal rente.eentctlra oh..h, : I ho half of Southwmt iart.r, I ....o.n "I filed In the at,,.. atatwl b
Sunday here visiting friends and rela was expukted: to come up Friday after- :, and .lgn.. : Hole Hull If llvlnit. the South hltl of Stiuthwrat quaMar of MuuthI I'I that and ." of certain "the.
Mitchell teachers in the public school, noon and the opposition and "drys i' and It dead hi. hot.,.. local! representative and went QU..' the West half of Southeast I I di'fenilnnt* : Inwl: Anil Neal It n. N..l.i l.
attended the teachers association tives.W.. amlgni Ale, H Tutll. I If l living and If dead hi"* quarter : the Northeast quarter of ttuulhiwiMt.quarter her of Norfolk Va,. I4T
E. Pmholstcr, Carl.Clyde and were combining to defeat the veto. I helm ,Iriral renrenental. .l I".. and a>.lirn> : and : the South half of SnutneAitt quarter, i Weal .11( Binxt, and t l, onura Alice John.
convened at StarKe last ::.aLurd:1: :,'. Orville The governor, however, in a note lull... etnont unknown defendant, ,, their heir.. of HotlthraHt, quarter, all In Section Twenty.' P 11'.wl. I I.In' O Itrown. Mur C. A.
Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Moore, of Ther. Ward, of Jacksonville spent which mil nreenMitnllve. and nn.lvn. who elalm an eight ((3*.) i irh Brown. Alo. John. Mary C """.", SIssy C.
of Sunday here at the home of Mrs. f. accompanying the vetoed bill Inter In the land hereinafter dearrlhed. (heroeldenre. Southeast quarter of quarter'I' A. J..b C Brown. Mary C. *. t.
the Mrs. Moore'liPlu'entll
essa, were guusts P. Ward. grants additMnal powers to prohibi- and area of all said defendanla. of Stctlon Twenty-nine IJU) I|I"t M 'h.m"n., widow. Harriot W. Fearing..

Mr. und l Mrs. David Jones.E. tion admitted that he might, being unknown lime Ncirthm.t quarter and th* Northea.t ('n.h.'n. W Fearing, Laura O .
J. Striker whu of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor, of Lake agents, Greeting. quarter of Northwest quarter of Seetlttn Th rtytwo '. Mice M Moruan and her hii.h.nd. Fred R.
is a guest Butler tended church have been in error in disapproving the You: and eaeh of 'you are hereby required to 132)) All of th. above .being In Town.hlpHrtcn Morgan and' Mm F W. King, art on.knwn .
Hampton Hu:.vl, was a visitor to Jacksonville here Sunday.A original measure and actually invited he and annear .before me The Jtldue of tha ill) South l.n... 'l'w.'nl.'I"o (4221! I..t I 'iip'r I.",, HIM above, and ..1 thereIn
last Monday large crowd of young folks from Flubfh' ,fuHlclal Circuit of Flo....,.. In anil for cuntaIig: 64tt .m..r or I.... no pinon In the 'Slate of Klori.ln
hem attended the both houses to "consider carefully"whether i i Bradford County on lh. 7th dar of Deremher lie ainl. they' .. hereby. requiretl to appear I Ito Hervlce of a ..uhpoena upon whom wnuld lh
Train No. Three on the S. A. L. rail- cane grinding nt 1 A. D 1021 .( the Conrt Iro.... th bill 1 of .
it should bo re-enacted. |I In the .H ( complaint filed in caiuw. on ald riefendnnt. : and that It believed ti" the
arrivesvhere' at one m and the the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. | county In Town of "...k.. Florida, to answer <,r h.'Coru' Monday:; the 7lh day of dI irc.iu'ber.: Complainant that Ih. mid nnm.d dvfomlante
road i p. Green.Dr. The thief executive said l he believed a .worn hill of ....m I.'nt' exhibited In .ald A. !>., UU5. othurw. the allt-Katlon .. .h,.,. ron ,I... anti u"... .nknown. and
pusengers and crew will be served at the time ho disapproved, the moa-' I:I Conn by' .the altos. Comnlnin.nt, A. A. D...'- bill will be taken .. confiaud o .10 I I hove dtfitnilnnt. who. ..... an known.
dinner by the hotels and cafe. and Mrs. J. J. Ilullen, of Starke ,, .tett.The IL I. further unloved th.t llii. order b* pub are Intemted In the .. In tilts
attended church here Sunday at the sure that it violated the personal lib- Hradford County T..'.....rh. a weekly I.h.1 once a wt.k for Four con.ecutiv I Milt. and thnt ..complaluniit.. shuns nut know
Ke\ K. S. Taylor filled his regular erty provisions of the constitution. I I ""w. .pepubll.hrd In Sl.rVe. "...,trord Hradford County Tileur.i a ,uewapat'rrptluliahol | i I and has not bran able n.cenaln whetherI

appointment at the first Christian Baptist' church.L. 'However he udded that he did not Cnlintv Florida. I. hereby di.'iinntefl .. the In Starke. llradfunl County lorlila i iUidireil I StAY of ...h'' known, ileftndiinL.. .'. iliad ur
Mcintosh last A. Wynn, of Hampton, was n."."."," In which this notice ball be pub. thl. the 7th day' of November. A. I alive and that It la "1.vO', by' Cumpl.luantai
church of Sunday a. m. friends wish to "block prohibition" In any linked for four eon.eciitlve weeklv Lnue. D. lV28. In itald sworn bill .firs I. a penon i>rare
T. DeWitt and Charles among' here Sunday. The land deiicrlhed In the said bill A. Z. ADKIMS ;;
Mrs. W. son and desired that the legislature of tornpla'nl penon. Intfn.ttd in tin I pruptrly invalx-
the of Chesley Fogg and Leroy Wosdm, way I I In this cause to quiet lltl. and remove Jutluen In .itch stilt wit,.. name or and
Jacksonville guests I
of were of Graham business consider the matter carefully. slottrl thereto are ... follnwii t R KNIGHT and A. S CREWS :1..1" tir ".... and whoee revldt'nee. are n.m.
Mrs. IJeWitfB aunt, ;\lrR. A. A. IJur- were here ., In view of this note which accompanied ...etlnn Th' /North half of the Northeast quarter of Solicitor for Cun..n"1. ll-lJ.4t.I2-4 rtitnplHltiHiit' *. '1": m I I "I. urdtired that
Saturday. Twentv-fKe' Township Seven. .
den last Sunday. the bill the Governor's message Ranue E...,. and lying and tlui italil kn"1 who am htratofore S
:Mr. and Mrs G. B. Colson belnir If living, .
son, MA8TKK-8 SVI.ENolle nn"
Mr. and Mrs. Rachael, of Jacksonville Friday was unexpected and was. feu-|1 In Rrnilfiml County Florid: I I di'ad. all partle. claiming Interest .under,0 .
been Mrs. Hachael'a: KesHie, MISRPS Free Wynn, Ruth Smith Done and ordered at Star"",.. Florida. thl. .aid known and .t I ,
have dofintlanta
visiting lured in discussions in the legislative 8'h day of November. A. I. hereby' iilven that under and by' one aforeea.
mother Mrs. J. T. Durden. ami' Lillie Mac Anderson were visitors P. I92H ,i: virtue of that certain. Sinai Itarret of Ktin'olimure mio'as.i l or "th..wl"., anil that all pereroi.whom.oever .
grand corridors. |I'I'A.. Z. APKTN"' I I II .
to Gainesville Tuesday after m.I. and r.untrei on th tuber, Jnth. who.o name nr nR'"" are allegedto
Miss Mariconny Entertain i The message was the third the chtet1 I n F: KNIt 111' Judge A. l U. IU29 by llonorahlo A, / Adkln.. Juil, "" be and are unknown .. Complainant, that

Last Friday evening, Nov. 20th noon. executive had sent the aollcllor for Complainant of the Flithth: Ju.a.1, el, aul. in sod for may be ur ... Interested In the property
!Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children of legislature Bradford. ,, '... that certaini Involved In till cult described .. follow ly.
Miss Natalie Marcionny entertained during the present current special ses i ,.. wherein. 11 I. W. Utinham I. complainant. log and being" In lliailford, County, Florida,
a few of her friends with a party, Starke, spent the week-end here at sion. I I soul U. U. llayn, and W. II. 11,'at h are ,defendanta. to-wlti

seventeenth their home.A 'i In Circuit ('.ourt. Flirbtb: Jttdlctl.l the undeniliined' an SIHICI., ) M*.ter. I.... Three and Four of libel Inc ,In
honor of her birthday. Circuit
in large number of folks Governor Martin's message also re. nradfnnl. County FtoHila In Chancery will offer tor .nl'* .,0 w,1 .,1 for ..1 I Tnmple. .01.110".0 the Town of Ktara.
The parlor wan decorated with white young the hliihaet and brat front lorlila .
commended the crealio/ > of an add-1) | A. A. Cordon and J. TT Sawn,
and Mexican roses. from here attended the party given at Complainant. i Court House door In Btarkv. llradfurO County lie and they arc required to appear to the
chysanthemums, the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green tional judgenhip for the eleventh cir- I Florida, on Monday' the 7h. riuy of v.n'. bill of Complaint fl..1 In said, cause on nrbefore
Interesting games were played during cuit. I Ii ** tour A. U. lltit. durinii legal. h.u' I, Monday the day of ...m". A.
the evening after which they were invited Saturday night. > W. J. Plxon. et alD'trnInnt..1.I .ale for the imrlHMi,, '"' ''''' said Final I II, 11)211.: otherwac the allegation said'

Lnwrie Mott made a business tripto |I .. Over**, the fullowlnH ,crihed real relate, I bill will be taken ... ued by the d<.
to the dining room which was lying and being In Bradford County. Florida I fendanta
beautifully decorated for the occas Starke on Monday 'afternoon. Walter Wills ', Bill to RemcT Clond. Quiet Title and Other lo-wlt : It I. further onlired that this order n.
Miss Mary Lee Wynn, of Hampton, 'i S. of Tampa was a' R.h-f. N.rb.... quarUr. and, the East half of I l"bll.h.1 once ,...h week for four conMioiitlve .
ion. The dining table was centered bujincss visitor here Saturday. It annrarlni, from the allegation of thesworn ..., quarter and Weal bait of Soulh- w.k., In the Bradford County Telegmnh.
was among friends here Sunday after. I Mil of complaint In the above ..,... that cast Hectlon ...
with a large white pound cake, on .. quarter. Nlnateeii I lvi. '.wn. a now.p., In Mradfiird Oiuntr,
S. M. Mott was a busines visitor to the "* ,.n" re.lil nce of the defendant. W. J. ship Four ,IS), South lUnu I lltil Florida
which was seventen candles, encircled'with 1 no4n.H. Starke Friday. 'll>lxon nnett Tll-cnn hl. wife Thom,. ni.on ".... oon.'na.' 320 ...more or lees. I This the 4th d.y' of Nnvitmher, A. D lvJ.I .
a large wreath of white flowers. E. Thomas, of Lecshurg, spent and Fadv DIxon hi. wife. 8. J. D.l.lwln and 1). K N Il.HT (1.I ALDRRMAN,
her mother the week-end with his family. He was '' L. R. Gainey was a business visitor II W n..... If llvlnir and If dead. then Special' Mater In Cbancary Clerk of ir'it Court, llr ilfi.rd
The honoree assisted by i their hrlr.. ... .
to Starke I I 1..1. and '.n., ant V S. CREWS. County.' Florid
served hot chocolate and cake. ;Miss accompanied back by them, they will Monday. I all unknown and .h.. n pernon In the Solicitor for Complainant 11-8DUU-4 By C. A KNK.IIf.Seal .

remain there some time.L. Curl Ward of Jacksonville State of Florida. known to the complainant. ( ) Deputy Clerk.
received beautiful collection spent ..
Marcionny a thH of a auhneona
I .1. upon whom would K. M. JOhNS
of presents. R. Gainey and daughter, Lois, Monday here with his mother, .Mrs. I I bind lh. ...10 dofemlant. : and that ,I. NOTICEIn
I Solicitor for ( .et\-4
Those enjoying this beautiful affair were visitors to Starke Sunday eve- T. P. Ward. |I lleved. hr complainant that the ... .... the Circuit Court. Kmhlh, Judicial Clr. ' __ ll- ,
defendant arc Interested In the Involved .. .
were Mises Reba Maxwell, Irma ning. A large crowd of young folks from In thin ."it. and .... PM..II' not .ult.Ir.d'o.d County.and J. ...u.i. .In Ih.n.o.l'' ,' MA9TRHS SAIL
brow and by .eareh. have 1'.1 Hereby' notice 1. given thnt under and
not been I'
Johns Gladys Allgood Wilma Alexander Brooker, Nov. :XT.-Marvin Hazen, nf here! enjoyed a party given at the able t....r.l".III".n.. .. any nf the dffend- V*. virtue of that certain' final' decree of ftirectneur .

Grace Wood of Starke; Mes- home of !Mr. and Mrs. Music, Monday ont .. or dead and that I I" alleged Florida Land and Immigration Company, a : mad and entered the Hllth. dar of
Ellis Thornton it Orange Heights was a visitor here night. .. comrlainant.' In .aid worn that they corporation et al. September. A. l>. IDIS by Honorable A V.
srs. Callis Manning, believe Ihere Long Judge of In. Eighth Judicial Circuit
Friday. | .r persons Interenteil In tha .
: to Quiet Till
Starke; David Moore, of Theressa; I, I|said property Involved In thl. cult. who,. 11 of Florida In and for. llradfiird, County Ineliannery
Reddish John Groover and sister Mrs. Liddie name or flames and axe and who. It appearing by' the sworn hill of C"m.I.ln, In that certain cause therein gwnd.Ing .
Ed Durbin, Paul Moore Roy Crosby of Jacksonville, were here NOTICE OF 8A r.1': OF l2e.(n. 00 SIX PER piece of renldrnee I. unknown o to.. filed In the above .1. cause ", cause u between 'the lawUy State l..nk. a roe

and Elam Rhoden, of Lawtey, Herbert visiting their mother Mrs. J. It. EST TOWN OF I.AWTEV. I i ..".1 In laid bill' relief I. nrayed aom.I..ln.n'. ." : .n. U* remove cloud from title and to quiet the lifiratlon .. and .... EarnestIi.
Durden Jessie Williams and Curl FLORIDA BONDS known and unknown ilefi'ndant. and all other title of the Complainant to the .lend" that Wtill. and wile, Miiy liigg. Wells, The
Graver> Thursday and Friday.Mr. iwrRonn firm* or corporation. arc dncrlbcd, In the ..1. Illll of (iotnilaint. lorlila' Hardware Company, a corporation.and .

elsoti.. and Mrs. B. F. Hazen and little TnI'RlF'WF.: It I. nrriere.1. th.t all persons that the Sheriff of Ir.ou.1 .iiuiily. Hunda. lbs H H Hilhhard. Coinpanr a aoriiora-
Hereby notice I. given that the .. ha. mad return ,
Hoard of .. I If llvlnv and If upon summons In i,n the undersigned Special
T.u..... dead d.r.ol.n. 1.-
Robert Douglas of Avon Park! of the Town of Lawfy Florida' nil Chancery duy| Issued In ald .. that ,
ZIFF son, recelvo will perann. olalmlnv any Interent under the the i eealed bid. for the iurctm.e of t.0.! xnlil named ilerendnnt.fore.II.. aid, .ummon. in Chancery. la un.xeout.d ,decne Motels llitt ah day of LMi -
a few days of last week here lec.saed ,
Ziff Nov. 20.-Services were held spent 0110.00 Elretrle Light. Bond of the Town' .u herwl-e : and that all pemon. firm. and ori and cannot be .erved upon Florida Land A ,il>,'r: ;"I I I '21! :iluilllK\ ; lie I; legal hours of
with relatives. V.owtey. Bradford! County Florida op to and corporation. whomioevcr whine lmmlgr.tlin Company', a corporation and sale the Court him. door In
Rev. Moody Ih..n.
ut Little Rock Sunday by Ernest Bcthay, of Lacrosse was including, the Itlth dny of January A. D Ilu*. or place of hu' lne.. li asiarceil.e n* Flrwt National' Hank of Hanover l.nn.I'I'"I.' ,Inrl., .. I",I .I oim,y I l'l.r"u. ..II the

of Lacrosse. S.I"nd.' are to be dated the 1Mb. day of unknown to complainant. .1..0 or a corporation, and Florida Iomp.n. foil". i," i ."," in tinted In Brd-
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Moody, and amomr friends here Sunday afternoon. Dicember A. l> 1U2K. .nd Cr. to be I In de Interated In that recta n .h' parcel of l.n-l.. a corporation and lorlila Itallruad '. ford Klnrida to tho hlghent blililerfor
Britton Groover of Dude City, spent nomination of 11,00000 each and to bear .r any part thereof. !yln> and being In Krail- a corporation, four of the d.f."d.n. nanml cash. towlt.
baby of Lacrossee, attended church the week here with his mother Mrs ,""'_! ., the! ", .1'* ""' Cent per annum mrS Cniinty, Florida known and described .. In said bill of complaint' .. .. failure ommi'nolng al tho Soulhea.t. corner of
linyabl eml-annually. follow.. towlt nf the said corporation to elect officer .... .' ,
here Sunday.Mrs. on the Uth. day' of i iPhe or Hotel lot In I. .", .nil ruin oIl
.1. R. Groover.L. lime' and December of each year, with IntCet Fwl half of the Vat half of Northeast appoint agent, and owing to the failure of.aid South un the Wet .Ide' of State Street rhlrty-'
: F. V. Reynolds and two sons, K. Gainey business visitor coupon attached. The principal and ,'u.. of Northeast quarter corporation to have within the State, four 1141 feet, thence West and at right an-
of Daytona, are here visiting her parents was a Interrat of ..It I bond" are payable at the lUn- ...Innln. inn yard. Fsst of the North. of Florida an officer or auent upon whom "r,.. to Susie' Street Forty (ISO) feet, the,.
J. B. Thomas. td Waldo last Friclr.y.Mr 0.' C N.I'on.1 cent 'In 'h. City and' the 8t"'* we.t .. .. of Northeast qu.rUr, of North- p".. can be ..., and, it aiii,,,., hut llmlproec. .Suulh and .,parallel with Slat. Street Twenty
Mr. and Mrs: T. P. Wad and daughter, ot N.w York.Ti4 cut 'IU..... and run F.nt ,inn yard then. .. cannot be served upon said cornoration. -- one (13t.l., th.nce West and al right
Mrs. Gid Howard and son and daughter amount of bond offered for .. I. ...,h I 115 yard.. thence West IKS yards, th.o. ,. for the ofaid enrpnratlon. t Ingles H..I. Street Sixty lel')/ feet then**
of Fairbanks Sunday hereat Miss Stella Mae were visitors to J.'O.90 00 and the prlncln.l of acid bond .hall North 178 yard to point of beginning' .11 nf elect officer .. aiienta and owing to North and parallel with Htato Street Kitty-
spent Hamilton Sunday morning.{. be and payable floot. .no the loth day of above be'n-r' In Northeast quarter, of Northea.1iiuarter the f.llu.of .aid corporation to have withinthe I.. (1911)) feet Thence 1.1 and at right angles
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. R. E. Hazen of Waldo Sunday December each year' beginning with I02H. of 8.U..n Thirty tot), To."olp A..n State of Florida an officer or aMinl uiHinwhom Stale' Street One 1"0." I lloni 5 fret tl <>
Thomas. spent and ending with 1D45 tilde will be accepted 71.> South Ran.... Twenty-two ( : eon- I..".. can .b* seined and that there ..lnt of beginning In the busimessl.ia
r- m. her. with his parents Mr. up to tini. clock p m. on January 10th '...28. 1.lnlno Itt ac.more or .. 121 I. no person In the Stale' of Florida the wr- of the Town of hawley Florida a.mapite.i
Sun- ..
Leon Lewis qf Browker, spent to the bill of vi of a subpoena upon whom would hind the record
and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. All bidden are required to' with W 1':. rl appear complaint on or and platted upon pub
day here. Torode. .ucretary of the Board of Truitee. of Seventh day of December, A, D.. 192B. said corporation and It al.o appearing from nf Bradford County. Florida.
of Metsrs. T. B. Pinholster C. II. Williams the Town of Lawtey. Florida, a certified check and, In due ..... define and set up whatever the sworn 1,1, of Complaint filed In the above Said. sale, to b* mde penuant to and for the
Mrs. Delatha Starling, and baby Misses. Arden Brown, Rutn for St t .DUO oo saId cheek to b. made payable claIm or Intoreet which you and each of you .tntetl .. that the ...hl.n. of the de .atl.fni-flon of ..1. .decree with _ta).
Gainesville spent a few days of to R. R. Tnede chairman of the Board of True. 'ONhay. to the above 0.1. property or fendant therein named tu-wlt t'o.ld. l.nil. A. S. Cnw.
Smith and Lillie Mae Anderson all (.... of In Town of Lawtey said bill will be taken against and Immigration Company', a rorporutlun. Cha. Special Muter In Chancery
last week here with relatives. : lorida. I', A. ..-...,,. C. Ladd Ujuk.
rtle-K'ed! the teachers' institute at thet. All hidden WIII.m 1..1' C D K
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and son, .. rke High school Saturday. wh'ch' the hidden will SpecIfy comply the with time the within term ou.l la further ordered that thl. order b. puh- and Cook lI.n. Kllubeth. Cok.M. l.lh..ln. Sol I suitor fir rn nptalnant( I 1.5.51-I 2-4
one a week for four
pent the week-end at New River. Roy.e; Gainey and Livingston Rurs thereof after notice I* given .by the catS Secretary .l.h.1.* In the Bradford County on..I..,*, !is-a F..ulo.of R>ibert (I. Cook ..C.k... Oeorgc.
Miami is spending of the Board of T.u.-". that delivery' Lllll (.Ht. First National
Henry Shaw, of .weekly newspaper of .iceneral circulation pub- lienS ofIlunuver MA8TKHB SALB
of the bond
were a.iiong friends. at Lawtey Sunday can be Ilihed In Starke. Bradford County. Florida. 1'cnn.ylvanla, a O.po..Uon. Vincent I
awhile here with his family. afternoon. '' Certified check referred to above .la ta be WITNESH.: The Jude of the U'Bold .. trucle for hlm.nlf and (leorge I
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shaw and children drpoeited a. a guarantee of full compliance nald. Circuit. and the official .lor the Clerk I). (.lit. John Krugg, David W 'orrey and Andrew Ifurehy notlec 1.-that under and byvirtue
few days of last week at M. nl Mrs. L. A. Wynn of Hampton with the bid .nhmltteil and In the event of ae. ,'f this court .wall .. hi. ..,.n..u. thin the Kudl.HI. r. .<". Hippie. II A. Fllpplr, C. of I that final d,>cree nf foreclosure, made
spent a were visitors here FrMay evening -' ceptance of .uch b d and th. failure on the Uh day' of November, A tUJftO. A. Mayer, J. A. Wilson A. C Hop'!In.. tics iind entered on the 2tth dny of fletcher A,
Daytona. part of the bidder to comply with the term I. Weymouth M. E C.. I) '11125 h, the Hon A. / Adklne. Juiltc C
Russell Green of Pine Hill was here They were accompanied home thereof .ante .hall he eoneldered .. liquidated W. AI.DKRMAN t.reeky.; Florida .,.. :omp."I'. : Junaha. it eorntiritlon f 'he Eighth: Judicial' Circuit of this fltai.
by their daughter :Miss Free, who dnmnire. and be retained by the Board of Clerk. Circuit C.r.. firsIford Fred W. Haward. *,phi:. ( Sunday. ', T.u....... i County .. i .Dach. Nlcholaa Bach (h.n..ry, In that certain .... therein pending -

Mr. and Mrs. llamp Comerly of spent the week-end at home. Said town of Lawtey Bond. are to be lulled : By C. A. KNIGHT yen P. Ward Annie Ward ., tan,... .. between D W AI...Complainant and

visiting her Wilson Russ was a business visitorto for the pu....... of building an electric light (tS.ali) Deputy Clerk Tru.te fur Diana Cane... E. C. Carter. O.I"a Mmaret WII.." and h.b.od. 1. W
Okeechtjbee, have been In Nleee. Carter, Charles A. H. "... def.ndanta. ,
.yittem the town of Lawtey WI.on.
Starke last Wednesday.Mr. Flor'da. and A. S. CREWS l.h.I. I.
| Arthur F. I. Eether A. undemlgn.d Special Ma.ter In ..aideauMi
sister Mrs. L. W. Sowell. the building of an electric light line from ang ". O Plummer. ,
Groover anil,\ and Mrs.' John Shriver spent 1..1.1'' Bradford County. Florida to Starke. Solicitor for Compl.inant ll-IS-4.-12-4. Lu. Hummer George W. Iflnole' and appointeti 10 execuce asia, aecree, Wi nMonday
Mr. and Mrs. Starke. Bradford County Florida ta get electric' Company, Richard' llublrk, M. II llohlrk; Flor '. the 7th day of December 1928. during
Ala hua several Sunday afternoon in cur. 1 (I Whlppl Jonathan K. the legal hour of sale thereon before th. _
daughter, of spent I rent Raid bond" ar. to b* old for not 1 lex NOTICE Whlpple. William PIrand
R. A. Weeks and children of ( H Court house do r In Florida, sell the _
week the bedside of Mrs. than par. 1'ule.lon. T Hille.ton John .'"'.... 1..rh.
:! days here last at Br. Mary .., M. ) .. following described 'In Bradford .
week-end here at Pul. 8.m.1"ul"I. l.n.1 .1'.0
his mother, Mrs. Jas. Groover, who Starke, spent the Said bond arc to b* old ubjct to theat'pmviny Fn Circuit Court..' Eighth, Judicial' Circuit. *', Laura D TOm....... Iul. ,.. Hro .n.l''. FI..I... hl..b. and best
home. opinion of any reputable bond atItorney I..dro.d C..n... 10..1. In Chancery bidder for ... ,
their then C Company Frank B Jennl ca.h. -
has been ill. d ., and C. K Ih.
t & approving Iarpr. .
very opinion to be be peld M. Phelps, Gilbert I,. Miller B. Went half of North.a.1 quarter of South.
for by'. the purchaser who shall nam th. at. Cmpl.ln.nla. l... Ida Hhclna. ( ... H. I.MIl w.t quarter uf Station Three. In Townahli.
= torn. y J Brockett. V J. Hhlpman. HamllnThoa .. Seven South Range 'r.. n''wo East, anilcontaining
The. .aid Triwtee ........ th* right to re The Florid land and Immhr..ln Ct>mpan< J. .C.rln. Km. twenty' acre,. more or !_.
: Musical "Cinderella!* I Jest any and all bid*. A ion. ., al.I O C. l.mllo.. Kallroad Con, Maid sale to be piiniiiant to aol, Mr

By order of the old Board of Tructeea of I Hill It..I.f.nd.nla.... Cloud quiet Tltl and Other pany'. a corporation.10.10.. C I.ane. J. IfMi ihe ..... of laid final decree wltlto.t ,
the town of I-awtey. Florida. MM '.m. John '*. Farle, J. John K 1.1.. .
.. W Pitt. Charle. A, 8 CRKWS
0 I R. R. It appirlntf by' the bill of eomulalnt RIMo. W. .
TREDE sworn
.ca.- I Special' Master In Chancery
lane. F I
R. D. Pr .
I I Chairman of the hoard of Bond Trua- hied In the above ..1.1 eauae which *._ ton Mar.U. 1. P.Carter I) K KNIOHT.
.. In .... of th* t>lat. l flt.aeon -
:, tee*. Town of r..w. .. Florida. remove t.I title and to qgiatthe I Preieott JnM for Complainant ll-'.t-lf-4
Carter. J. A. Knot
A fleet : title' of the com*,la In. nt. the anita that .1.110.
; t Charles Flaug. Martha 8 Flavg and A.
dttttribed in the said! of .r.
W E. TORODBSecret.ry That. iberlff of Hmdfoni e"pl.ln. Kno ..all unknown and that there a> *a NOTICE TO DEBTOHH ANI "CREDITOH
of the Board of Truatee, Coun.I. jl.rida.
person In the Htat of riorlda the -
mail return the 'In .
Lawtey. Florida .
u subpoena upon whom would bind ..
, 4 err,? duly LMued In ald mmum f that th. iaidummoM 0 Notice I Ia hereby' given that all creditor, .
, In Chancery !1 and cannot fendnt and that I I I. believed by the r.. egatee*. dlctrlbuleca and all penon havingclaima
OP GUARDIAN 54.5 OF MINORS be served upon a..u'e and Im pl..n., that the ald named of.od.nt agaln.t the .t... of k. J. Dryden.deeeaed .
LAND miefratlott, Cirmpany.. T e"'lon.FI..ld T" Fl.\ .. ...Ida".. and .... .. t .. hereby' required. to present the _
\ I i<'. Sugar c.o. Go.. M.I (am.I.I..o.*. pro .Interested In the property same duly' 10...* CountyJudge
" Notice I* h.r.bvitv.nth.i on the 22nd.: corporation. Florida H Cane and In..I..o know fa the .ull and that Cpl.ln.nt of Cuntl'. Florida, within)
day' of December." A, D.. 1025. I. the anda..'...... (.ruv. AjaW.latu>A. K4ibrt Watson and John H. hare not : on* 1''*" no". b* held' In .
guardian.' for William Howard. Winer and Beau J_ .Truelem for the Florid Mutual Buirr certain...w"th.. ..any. of said known J defendant hereto. all persons Indebted to said, .. _
rice. Miner' mlnon. will apply to the Ho.".. Cane and Grove Aawooiatiun, The jVlorldaItailruad lire tat* ..required to pay their said drbt forthwith _
able George A. Gardiner. County Judge for' and ..._ '1 font>f and Therefor. It .U.o.da.that the paid' 5oowjdefendant. th. ao..I"n... dmlnltrtrlg.' .

Bradford county. tkirida al hie offl.e In the ,.h. ..r. .Tr. for .. Railroad If who, cad. .dead .all In tubOrder. rhl. the l.h olbco., IMS _
1.ln. I P..1 01.1. DRYDEN.0HOBtIZ .
? rl' If' ii"e In Stark. Florida. for an order a .p.'lo. 'h. In. ... said .... named IHS
i ta ...1rI.\ .... Ml., ..1t'" right title and 'od.n. n.mvil In sail In .ur- defendant In. aforesad, deeeaned 21 AdmlnkttratrONOTICB
Intereel of .aid minor.. ''n that certain piece, ._. ta the failure of the cabS cowral,00a and that all whomaoever or' .o'.rw.
to elect l officera appoint, acent b
or parcel of land lying andhelng In Stark. ,
Bradford eounty. .'\u.I..*. rftwerfbed. .. follow.Th : and owing to the t.Uu.of said ..nlo0 .this r are Intereated dexcrlhed la the follow property involved TO DBBTORJ1 AND CREDITOR
cicii Ft quarter of lot. Six '11 and Eight t have within the Btata of Florida olo. .ul. :
; ,IHI, of Slack' Sixteen Ul I. a. de crlhed. on the a (ent upon wh proceea can be '" : la BradfeH e..... Flerid. Notice I 11 hereby given that all redltr
....d It ."_ ., M cannot be sew- .n'_. dl.trlbut.a' and .11 havingtalma
I plat or urvy of the original Town of Starke. rn. .1. r >th h.lf of Section Tn'-fl. persona
9 a I hounded. aa follow* : .54. upon said .r..i. for 'h failure of Town.hlp Four (4). South Range '!I or demand agaInst' the **ll* of W.
Commwnctng; *t the !Ioulh.....' eo..... of .,.. 0"1.. uff>e.r appoint HI Eaat.Aim T..nll'.l. J. ..a. ere hereby. reiiulnd' to
I hT to the failure of the said. oreeent. the authenticated to the
.: Lot Seven 17) of Block Sixteen ''lit.l i .nd run. ad North h.1 of the North half of the duly
r ning thence Werterly.' along Call\ ctreetTwenty efrrporatlum to have within the flute of Northea qu. of flection Thlrtcl' (11) Count. Judge of Bradford County' Florida al
;y *!* feet and three Inch.*. thenee Nortnly Florida an oW..r o air.nt upon whom pro- Towiublp' Four (SI South. Range Twenty' his office In the *ourtho'_. ,. ,. town ef

X : & I On. hundred Flv feet u...... Eterly: b served .no there U n petvon I. ''122) Fa.1. or Nor half of Ho"l half .< ..k. within It month from ". hereof .' _
.: __' feet and three Inch** to th* North. .h State Florida .. tervieea a vubpoena lot. one ( II) and In Thirtyill Ih. nolle. will he II In tier t.t. awl
-w I I wcet corner ef lotFlv. .r Bloek. Sixteen. Iken** (uI>. Township Four (4) South a. .* aemon. In.b. sad, ... u...-
Lewis 1 Southerly. on. .hundred Flv. fet to plac* of Twenty-two. ((22) East. ed. la pay forthwith t ,O aader.Signed
Photo .how. Miss Marion Tally, left, arid Miss Mary beginning Said Interest .being inherited from Piles Car J .6 t. 14 Day la Clay C"., rierMal A.lallratrlaThl

star .inger. The rise of theiw two ,yddwCP.t.eI'fl their. fatS 10... W. H. Nina' .. dece-. DngCMlaM rfond mnn ty If:A7X> The Southwest quarter ,lee* on* ") an.lathe Sad ef U .. ISIS.
Metropolitan's new shrine of music i i. a story Thai the Uth day of November A. D 1925. to camr* bilnd o": Southweet quarter of ... Quartet EUILL4 JONES
girl to stellar role in Amerlc. great MRS Erne MINER Fetea. .vetteve* \d": end the Bu.hw. quarter of floyth.eetquartr Admla,.,. K. ef *>'.

*>f eouract. I II-20-I-I2-I7: Guardian. eaa...... ap 1. Thirty (1.1 I 1C-2-II-II-I7 J "a do

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REDUCE TAX BURDEN of new act, the board of education part of Alachua cam over from the

Bradford County Telegraph INCREASE PRODUCTION will be able to sell lands, title to house this afternoon, and ran full tilt

.---,-- which is vested in the the board for into a snag and after considerable de.
---- ---- Florida stole march on other states ,
a TABLOIDSThe :cash, or on terms of not less than one- bate, was referred to the Senate committee
and entered as by passing a law doing away with inheritance L
Published weekly The result has been fourth cash and the balance in equal on county organization. It H
second class matter, at the post taxes. t payments of not less one-fourth each | believed it will die there
i an influx of capital to Florida greatly '''and I
to for
office at Starke, Florida. I run a period not longer

5 -.-- -,---- excceuing& expectations. The 'than three years with eight per cent I Boynton-This place to have new

/.-B. MATTBSW8" -..___________.___OWBM.I. ing development along reault-\\ American debt commission declines -d to station a special wathcmen o.n |{, interest on deferred payments.Mr. $200,000 passenger station.

4 J I. C. ROBINSON________.M.n...ln. u..... dustrial new wealth and on building the tax lines rolls,will which will j substitute Rumania's plan.debt offer and offers bi.ird their vessels while in port, behaving Johns, of Bradford, House Bill
l a firbugs responsible for the
r' No.; 186.
lI.I.. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY produce Florida revenue could ever far in have excess collected of what j Henry Ford will operate a model 1 loss of two vessels of their fleet. (i i To authorize and empower the town Abo urhealth

t through inheritance taxes. I, farm Kentucky In order to teach Three jurymen who. drank part of I council of the town of Lawtey, to
farriers the value of scientific farm ( cause to be drawn and issued the said
SUBSCRIPTION The California Tax Association pub- the evidence in a liquor case and carried : town's interest

Per Year __u_______________ $1.50 lishes a statement that a wealthy man i ing. '1 the defendant the balance were home hell, after in contempt freeing I II I II a total amoufit bearing not exceding time warrantsin five

rv:? Six Months _________________.. 76Ho. who wished to move to tnat state found > To relieve the shortage of houses I of court by the, trial judge. I thousand dollars, with interest not Thing*;YOU Should Know
"" that it would cost him 1180,000 more i ito in Miami a Saginaw, Michigan firm I! I exceeding six per cent per annum, interest
., -" --- die there than in the state whore':. in .shipping ready-built dwellings thereby Proprietors of thirteen New York I| payable semiannually, and providing I

lit- now resides. lie did not move toI shiploads. night clubs have agreed to close: their, in what amounts said warrants '

i ahfornia. i places'of business for a period of six I I r shall be drawn and when they z r
i iI I Florida" ) has capitalized an opportun- : Vessels loaded .with Christmas liquor to 12 months for violating the prohibition ,,shall become due and payable; to levya

( ity open t<> every community, namely, have reassembled off the Jersey law. Others have been padlock tax on all the taxabe property within 1
l reducing the tax burden she has const, their actions proving a puzzleto ,"I. the territorial limits of said town, not''
hy till
the I
coast guard officials.
s rr to exceed ten mills on the dollar in 4-L
'icmourui.ed the Investor to develop The Shenandoah )
; court martial completely excess of the millage now authorized''' ,
London likens
lu Foley, by to be levied by said town, for ,
; :Ni more striking object: lesson can United States to Shylock in criticism former ''
judge advocate of the inquiry\ the purpose of retiring the aforesaid
| be offered to national or local govern- President New York Coolidge's Chamber speech of Commerce.before tro whom :Mrs. Lnndsdowne had charged ,warrants with their interest; and providing Controlling Your WeightThere

4)54!) I uumt9 that tax oppression kills the with attempting to influence her teatimony. ".,for an election to be held in''

I (Membership in National Highway :"our en of tax revenue, while tax moderation General Butler, who was secured l two ,said towns at which election only such j are at lent( three ways to

Association) will build up taxable asaetx. years ago to "clean up" Philadelphia,1 .personsshall participate therein as I! acquire flesh: to eat too much, to .

A first step toward scientific tax reduction Is going back to the marines ",lis Several thousand of the 15,000 drink are duly qualified to vote In bond eliminate too little, and to ride everywhere \
is outlaw shops In tho Irish free will be elections held in and said
and equalization to gusted with his job. state by town. | instead of
kl j walking. Reverse
Tavares citizens have guaranteed the unfair tax exempt bond. Io j wiped out if the recommendations of I
I :- $250,000 toward the construction. ofa I Six women in Toledo, Ohio, have 1 the government commission which has 1;:, To provide a method for removing procrilurtM if you would loss

r new hotel bUlldl lC. / IHF PRACTICAL COUNTRY been clubbed, two have died, from the been inquiring into liquor traffic 'Ire ,,clouds from, clearing and confirming, i i flesh. Eat lees :and c\cercise more,
--<1- ROAD effects. of beatings given' them by a adopted. title to land, and decreeing' 'possession If your adipose threatens.
The secret is out--the authors of I supposed maniac. thereof by courts of chancery'j Fat people usually': drink too

; i p tho outlandish nnmea being; given subdivisions Marion county, Oregon, for the past I Loss of the Counsel for Mrs. Lundodowrie has against parties in possession of otherwise 1 much fluid at meal.FUHH! ALL
/. were formerly vnvployed ID ,few years, has been quietly carrying! British submarine M-I |,asked Secretary Wilbur to dischargethe and against defendants whether aid absorption 'ineie art millions 08! Ijla"t week
name Pullman cart Ion a road paving program which bar now appearsto Shenandoah court of inquiry because known or unknown, providing fora '
-u.-- resulted in hard-surface highways, into have been caused by a collision witha |I of the manner in which it conducted trial by jury in cases where dofendantsis !- I( of absorbing frlnm'n in the intestine -
constantly at
Swedish are
t Folks wiio used to tell the conductor'J,every section of the county. In fact, stemship. the inquiry into the charges in actual possession of any ,
vet their children were six and entitled',all the principal county rends will bo "Ma" Ferguson, Texas' woman governor -I brought against its former judge ad- part of such land; and providing for work Lymph-channel.-: ; unless we may full imagine that they the

to half fare now boost them up to sixteen paved in the not distant future.A faces, for the second time within vocate, Capt. Paul Foley, by !Mrs.Lnndsdowne. service or process by publicationonce will hold! no moi!, Fat people absorb
co they can operate the family practical plan has been followed\ i a few weeks, the possibility of a I a week for four weeks against too much-more than they cnn
.'j car.-Albuny NCWH. For years gravel or crushed rock has special session of the legislature to unknown defendants and for the en- '' dispose of properly. Since dry
-0t been hauled on the road and packed i investigate her state department. The department of Agriculture'scotton try of decrees pro confesso, and final, : food absorbs more .slowly and sparingly -
The high rents existing in the South down until it is from six Inches to a forecast shows a yield of n,- without the appointment of a master j your stout lady should
t, Florida cities and towns, owing to i font deep. Instead l of disturbing this Widespread powers of investigationthe 298,000* bales. C.u. ...1.1 commissioner or a guardian in such cases where no uriiik no fluid, at mealtime nor soon
- I r scarcity of buildings, la having the I well packed base, Marion county has. administration of the income and of agriculture in a recent statement appearance is entered in or before the'' after. Noli' that I :say FLUIDS.
effect of turning many of the tourists hud it covered with four inches of as- other federal taxes Is proposed for a said: "The Georgia cotton gro'ver return day; and providing for the .'.II dilutents must be excluded, tea.
11111 to the northern and ventral sections oft phallic concrete which protects it from select committee under terms of the, I gets only 18.9 cents out of every dol- procedure under said act; designating | milk cotTee, and other prepared
.. t the state. the water and absorbs the impact ,revenue bill being :prepared. lar spent by the consumer for the pro- the relief to be decreed in' proceedings beverages. are as harmful at meals)
1\ duct of his boll weevil infested brought thereunder and declar-I! MS water. .
-o-- maintenance expense nnd is in as good| cotton ;
.. iJ? Officials of the Clyde Line have .V- Excess of and starches
fields." ing the force and effect of such decrees : sugars
A town cannot increase In population condition as when first laid.
l' houses for thenewcomere road when recorded: and fixing the I should be avoided as well, also
until there are This type of construction givesfull i'
bread. The six o'clock clin.ier
i. to buy or rent. The num- value for dollar |I time limit in which decrees entered I! white -
every expemlod
!";, I I Governor Martin went in the is the foe of long life. Avoidit.
ber of vacant houses in Starke can in hauling rock onto a road and, re- over senate in any cause brought under the terms j 1 Indolent habits dispose one to
the of one hand of THELEGISLA today with a single disenting vote of this act may be opened in certain
he counted on fingers cures n high grade type pavement I fatness. OVEIJFLESH is slugglfh
( : J -with moRt of the finders removed. Iat I from one-half to one-third the cost cast by Hugh Hale, of Brooksville. The a8es, I inactive, weakened tissues. Fat

A & -0- I I often involved in road. paving programs TIVEHopper measure, House Bill No. 140-relates .omen have toiled, roiling! on the
Leesburg from
Hanging of
I joist ,
y J SuruHotu Times finds that Mr. I which overlook the salvage o salaries of state attorneys in judicial! a '.1.1 or, enduring hard sweats, mib-
I a new house on which he was working I
Shower Is reigning as editor of the value of old highways. circuits embracing four counties which :tting to n'aulings/ of "massage"ill
II' as a carpenter at Fruitland Park, the) the while pouring down fluids
Herald, and Mrs. j!
e' Safety Harhor have criminal of record. The
no courts body of John E. Swift 21 found ,
I was \' ;t.h meals, and eating six-course,
of the Luke Butler | THE CASK FOR
Sprinkle in i 1Lttt's bill fixes the salaries at $3,000.0p per by his employer yesterday afternoon. -o'clock dinners: taking: "anti-
i Time. Avoiding dry wit, remember I all squkhO on'' By Mr. Johns, of Bradford, House I I(I annum, and provides for' travelling expenses A note was taken from his pocket. It I fct" sure things, and wondering'
:" Watterson. Telegraph. i' the knocker Bill j No. 134. To amend Section 20'' and not to exceed one hundred read: "I couldn't stand the strain. why on earth they remain fat!
--o-- 'I' It isn't good sportsmanship of Chapter 6365, Acts of 1911, Laws I I I dollars per month. any longer, and you will be better off'[ Here I may emph;.'izn that drugsdo
Popham the indicted oyster muni-\\to knock a neighbor-or anyone, for of Florida relative to the municipal without in time Take not remove the ....A USE. Neither
''t pulutor of Florida is running for Governor that matter. Florida Is entitled to her government of the town of Lawtey in f House Bill No. 139, relating to the care of Swift to is come.survived by" will belts, pads, or "supporters"outdo

t. U"i because he claims 'persecution. prosperity. She went after it. Her Bradford county. ,sale of state seminary school lands, his wife and child 101" vigorous absorptive apparatus
n I Catts la doing the name thing and de- business men had vision enough, to permits the sale of such lands 6n the months old. cine Gordon, )j when the intake, of absorbable
) manda "vindication."-Tampa Tele-i sense the magic of printer's ink, well By Mr. Johns, of Bradford, house same basis as those sold by the trys- his The body will be sent foods t I.t pushed! beyond all need
to former
f" ", graph. ;and continuously applied, and they nlI No. 135. To legalize, ratify confirm tees of the internal improvement fnnd, Conn. home in West Hartford,( o* .hl'' body.

I .)" -0- 1' so had the cold nerve to go In their and validate all acts and proceedings : and will enable the state to realize a I NEXT WEEK*-
:,. .1' "Privileged characters" is what the jeans and produce the cash to employ of the mayor and city council I i better price than is possible under the Tallahassee-The bill to create Mel! "INFLUENZA" .

i ,. Everglades News calla drunken drivers the high-class advertising men to proc the town of Lawtey, Bradford county -,,;existing statute. Under the provisions Ion county, cutting; off the western : .

t who escape the cluthes of the law'pare the copy, and to place it where in connection with the .- -- | .
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I, j.\ and la of the opinion that every town it would do most *nl. Florida hasn of twenty thousand ($20,000)IRsuance'l) -- ---- -- -- -- --

t I permits scores of them to run at large great deal of value back of her ef- 'municipal bonds of said --
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f when they Hhould be behind the bars. fort. Bound to have, or people would SUCH IS THE F "kI' > MEN .
With By A. B. CHAPINf
Pajtana Bunch Journal.0 I|! not have invested multiplied millions passage Monday by tlie'scnate
\ of dollars down there. Grant, for the 'of House Bills appropriating $600,000
sake of that she has for erection of a state road depart-
j'' argument, nothingmore '
l Northern people who have been to
ment building in Tallahassee
than climate ,
seashore a1
a I
:Florida and know the truth about modern prison dormitory at the state' q I I
sub-tropic and ideal f
atmosphere, conditions CLAUS
litions, existing. here urging the STATION SANTA
: are farm Kaiford
at the lust of the major |
I. the for recreation. She actually hat. rANUCl'tOC***!> i
Florida Development to answer more, but limit the argument to those bills embraced in Governor Martin's I 1 8uA4'; I / {UELUQ PCYS AND 6-IRLS f
I barrage of untruths being broaJ- points. ThostAire of the utmost val legislative! program were enacted into / I MAMEOl ALL BECM GOOD
h 1 elated In the northern press I law. CMIlDREN THIS YEAR ?
1t l Ile.I Why do most people toil and i I
--- I
J starve to make
money to get enjoyment -
county created
was by the I
n A "new though" lecturer declares out of It, and pleasure and happiness 'legislature Monday when the senate ; '1 rt ih ffy
\ i + 1 i ,1
"Florida Ideal place for soul growth.
out of it. Florida offers all
passed House No. 31 /
BilJ by a vote A
Any Floridan could\ have told the "newthnulCht" three.
Look over the big CHOPS '
of 22 to /5. The new county is carved y + ,
advocate that there Is only' ideas in the United States, and out of Alachua- the western
I one other place better for the soul those which cater to pleasure, entertainment part of that county with Trentonas
than Florida and they were going
and enjoyment of the people the
county seat. The bill was defeated -
there shuffled off their
when they
a' are uutstandinK.-New Haven
last week in the senate but a
mortal coil.Florida i (Conn.) Union.
motion to reconsider
n I I' prevailed and
-0-- the measure went over with little
is no large that if it should I HOW TO "M\KF.: FLORIDA position. op-

bo turned and folded northward, Key Our northern papers have been con. I
l ; West would land in Kentucky, and if siderably: laden of late with letters'' Representative Johns, of Bradford
t it were turned westward Jacksonville> from northerners returned from the county moved that antoher of the

and St. Augustine would settle in Tex balmy shores of Florida, the burden\ vetoed, bills, prohibiting sale barter
; I as. Florida is at large a8IaB"! "wchusetts being the bad conditions found by peo- or exchange or transportation and

? 1 New York and Rhode Island I pie who go down there attracted by possession of alcholic or any Intoxi-
4- combined. These states have a papu't !!stories generally true, of the tremendous cating liquors or beverages within the I \ r s

latlon of fifteen million people. The> boom going on in the way of real corporate limits of Starke, and providing -
state bureau of marketing says that t estate. development. '/ a ,penalty for the violation of ;.

t'I with twenty million available acres and I These people complain bitterly of the law and providing rules of practice I II
,7 le with the fish and oysters from the> the difficulty of getting jobs; of tho in the enforcement of the law, be
fresh and salt water sources of the terrific rents for houses and apartments killed.
state, Florida could food fifteen million !-' even when they are obtainable
Johnstown News. To authorize sheriffs, deputy sheriffs
ut all and of the altitudinous
1 prices
and other police officers this
)' of food and clothing. And they come in
state to seize
any property
HIGH SCHOOL I'OPULAR with just about enough to I
money get
I I them here. . ,i may unlawfully in the poe I
One-third increase;; over last year's !I But what do men and who |'session of any person unlawfully -bil.1
I women
I enrollment is noted in the high schools go to a great boom country without ing, or unlawfully being used at any

I of several, cities. It is most remarkable i 1 money enough to keep thm for place or in any house, building, or
six .
t structure, which is them and there being
record. Reports generally give months.
./ really expect? They must
'/(I evidence that the gospel of high school : know that people from all over the lawfully seized by such officers.

$f! t education for American boys and birls I'I country are migrating to Florida; that 1 Two of the sixteen- general billrs, '

( 'has not been preached in vain. (I'j conditions are, Inevitably and by no recommended by Governor John W.1
Raising school age limits may account 'fault of
." Floridans, something like :Martin, for passage, one allowing an-
;h for the additional enrollment In :those of the rush days to golden Cal- other Judge for the eleventh Judicial

some communities. Economic conditions ifornia. With the armies of both Circuit, the other to license real es-J! .

\ nay help swell the list of others, sexes that are pouring Into the state, tate brokers and salesmen, and to i I ( ,
f 't.. but back of these reasons a grow. scarcity ot positions/ must result; high create a Florida Real Estate: Board :

4'dl ing appreciation among people of all prices inexorably prevail and disap passed the house Saturday but the''' .
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classes of the real value of education pointment is the third the -- -
average lot. aircraft bill, failed to hop- J

.1 f. '1-: and of the fact that the youth has who I I'fo I I What Florida needs is capital; any off on ill initial attempt in the lower I : e completes a' high school course a big development like hers reeds It. branch of the Florida legislature.A ".;tIII," ,::'
; distinct advantage in the business of .. She cannot reasonably offcs herself I -

,. professional:: fields over the. one who t,!. as a haven for hordes of adventurers,' third measure recomended by LIST YOUR REAL.
does not. with no money and great
The schools also are meeting'theIpublic 1 If the thing were expectatlons'j

need better than ever before I' sachusetts were suddenly to become, will work and who has money enough

with thir broader courses and more I I the mecca of invading hosts from the I to buy some of them and to live for a .

j comprehensive training, and so make i I Solith, conditions would be just as un year or two awaiting production, will,
greater popular appeal. No boy or comfortable here. It is simply the become prosperous. Her land expansion -
4 girl unless It i II absolutely necessary, commonsense of economics. offers a great future. But PEEK REALTY COMPANYSTARKE

should fall to take advantage of the There Is no question that Florida unfolds those who go down "on a shoe-string'
'+ high school course which is offered to magnificent opportunities for and expect Aladdin-like fortunes will FLORIDA

them by the tax payers of the community people who will go down there and set be disappointed. Take capital along. ,

In which they live.-Tampa tie. Her farm lands are as fine as That Is the way to make Florida.--1 I .
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