Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 4, 1925
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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f Est Iished 1879. __ Subscription_ -1'er Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c;) .-Payable_in Advance .' E. S. Matthews, Owner. .



3 Legislature Passes Act Providing I(I N. E. WainwrightI 1 1I Futch AppointedTag I i Building Program In Hampton .

Ml. Bonds For Additional Highways i I Arrives With i I Officer For Includes Many New Buildings i


; Provisions For Road 28 and 48. And For Other Roads Chevrolet Agency Bradford CountyAuto GeorgiaFlorida Real Estate Starting Activities In "

H Designated By Bond Trustees
A* I Nearby Town' ,
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., II i 1 N. E. Wainwright; : ., son of License Tags 11 ill l Ile Hindlod 1

Among the local legislation passed I, S. Wainwright, has arrived in-the city In Each lounly fur Car Owners '' Hampton is on tho eve of a build.
session of the legUlaturdtbefore RAINS: :MONDAY: AND: I Tt'KSItVt'HEAVY :!
at the special HEED. WARNING "NAILS ON from Philadelphia and will make his ) ing ,program which will result in many
adjournment last week, ROAD" ON HIGHWAY i' IN SOME SECTIONS
home here. \ Comptroller) Amos announced Tuesday neW citizens, coming to that section
to the
thqyiioet important as pertains 1;I to reside.. Besides the new subdivi.
county. a whole was the passage of Spikes (Placed in Ruts By Mate Engineer Mr. Wainwright; has perfected arrangements his appointments of agencies This Section i Needed Main; LightRains
with the Chevrolet rn each to handle the distribution -1 clone recently opened. up close to the
Bradford Likely to I'rme. Annoying Motor county i
act | In Starke .
a special empowering IuringTwo Days.Beginning |
town and enjoying brisk eats of
county to issue bonds in the sum of to Tires Company for handling their cars of license tags for 1U26: C. A'I I a
her roud in this di tiu U and will open a garage/: I Futch, of Starke. receiving the appointment' lots the Georgia-Florida Real Estate
$150,000 for extending/ system with a misting rain Monday i'ii. of Macon[ the
28 and The question of who was the owner I fur Bradford county. Here- announce turningof
including state highways and responsible for placing two by here.The first carload of cars has already I tofore tags were issued from Tallahassee morning/ light: showers wi>ro for- sixteen acres In the heart of Hampton

48/ \ four sections. of plank with six inch arrived in Jacksonville and it- resulting in considerable delay quent during the uftc-rnoon and it into lots und a building. programof
The act provides that an election be steady rain fell all the night Monday residences and business houses
spikes driven through and turned is expected will! be here in supplying tags during the first :
held before December 1, 19.0:!( for rati- point upwad, then covered over with very soon. .I part of each your when the bureau .ind Tuesday. At not time did thoI start immediately.Mr. .

fication by a majority vote of the freeholders sand in the deep rut% near the barricade Mr. Wainwright is a mechanic of handling the distribution of licenses I, downpour exceed' light showers, although C. W. Barber representative of
of the county. The act specifies unusual ability and is familiar with it rain TUOH-
state thirteen I was a. continuous the Sturke
on highway near is swamped with. appllcutiela.The i; Company, was in Tuesdayto
that not more than $200,000 till >phases of the work of selling and I day. Wry little wind accompaniedthe
Highland, was solved Thursday morn- letters let the contract fi>r' a concrete filling
shall be expended in the construction maintaining cars. It is predictedthat new tugs are orange on showers, and growers report) that
ing the state engineer in charge station on the property all.lltated
'on the Chevrolet be' a black background with the out.''
of bridges and hard surfacing new agency will rains needed for their .
of the crops.Rephrts
construction of the six mile the that in addition three dwellings, a tel
line of state the lower right
from the'Union county a popular one.-Glades County Demo on
V road 28, running fro other sections of tho
gap, Mr. Harold D. Duke, appeared ut room, drug store and a modern
h !Starketo t'rut. Moore Haven, Nov. 28th. Mr. hand corner. They will not carry the garage
lino Bridge through :
at Long the state indicate that the rainfall renched -
Telegraph office and claimed the building were on the for Immediate
small weight used for the
; lino near Keystone Wainwright, who with his parents, tag past
the Clay county specimens of engineering( ingenuity. floid" porpol.tiollll1i1l1l11: repotting construction, work to begin y
Thin road is. of were once residents of Starke, and he two yearn although the license Is
Heights part Mr. '{IH I downpour of 14.1 Inches, curtailing
was considerably peeved as soon as the material can be placed
still based the weight of each
I'alatka ShortRoute" has many friends here who wish him on ma
the "Lake City to because the business and putting the city with-
engines of destruction on the ground. They wllllt'u located on
chine. Another i is In the let-
change e
is of the moat important a success in his new undertaking.
and one < out lights and for several hours.
bad power ,
been displayed to the eyes of an tering. The "C" tag will be issued to the hi ;'hwiiy, which cuts through the
rude to be built in this sec- Storm warnings were ordered displuy. j
unappreciative populace, and after demanding I I I cent of Hampton.
SCHOOL both and for hire which
tion of the state. It understoodthat i .
is ed !Monday along the Florida count
the of the
name motorist includes busses, those for hire vehicles Thin tract which Mr. Uurber will
a special road and bridge district THIS WEEK; from Jacksonville to Punta Sordu by
had the
audacity to steal "state
prop- is the real
develop choicest
carrying an additional 'or Hire"tag among es-
formed the Keystone .
has been the weather bureau. i
this erty, gathered them lovingly nu in a container provided for the pur. tats offerings In tha town and he expects
section for extending J
Heights arms and departed to the from Students attending the Bradford! The disturbance detected over \ne
pose, and the increased license tn sell out the entire tract with.
road through that part of Cl.'y'countyto whence they had been pilfered by a High school had! two days vacation lustwe'k tax. The will be used tern Cuba and which ban moved over in few days after opening. HumpIon's -
snore system a
the Putnam county line. Authority distance! of 200) miles since H o'clock,
motorist. Dubtless they are on account of the Thanksgiving ,
on trucks in private use and for hire. slogan "The City tit Opportunl-
to bond for building this road was again sleeping in their bed of sand, holidays, and after one day session carrying the letter "(!," this morning has shifted to a north- ,-.," is well chosen and !Mr. Barber

granted to this district by the special I awaitIng some unlucky driver who, Monday of this week they are enjoying '! northeast course. the Key West went tier .
session of the legislature. I i I knowing the wretched condition of another well-earned rest from Distribution of the new tags will bureau reported. Winds, in Key was so Impressed the opportunities
Road 48 from Starke east to not start until December 15th; and West tonight 88 miles existing there that ha at once selected
runs the detour, prefers to surround the their labors. The rains Tuesday, although average per
for his !
the Clay county line, a distance oft flimsy barricades and stay on the busses from mile* in the coun- | purchaser of cars of that date and hour, one mile short of gale force. Hampton headquarters.
miles for its later may apply to Mr. Kutch for the The disturbance An office building for the firm l is now
i approximately four and ,, grade.A try brought their quota of student!*, centered approximately under construction mid be .
1" construction $75,000 is provided in citizen of Starke brought the proved too much for school officials proper license for 11)20. However, cars 1 ( miles to the northwest of Key completed
i the act. This highway intersects with'1state 'nail-studded 'purchased! before December 15th must West. within a few days.
sections into town Wednesday and janitor, too, apparently, for the
highway thirteen at the corner after having his tires destroy. obliging rain during the day and nightin first secure the part year license for, "The disturbance will puss over the
1923: before the 1920 license will be MAYOR PEEK: KKI'DUNS:
of Tenth street and follows Tenth ed.on. them the night before. A Nebraska his absence endeavored to lift the' Florida Keys the weather bureau"
< street to the corporation line at Pow | tourist, who had, not been in boiler from its underground room. i|',I issued them. Applications for l!)2tl licenses statement said, "moving up the const FROM: TRIP TO HAVANA

ell's still, thence to the county line the state long enough to get aequaint- Putting the heating plant back into must be made through the regu- causing strong northeast winds. Florida -
Peek road where it will lar channnelt in Talluhnsxee.. peninsular winds will gradually Mayor C. L. Pork returned the first
over the connect I I led with the methods of fun-loving commission had not proceeded, sufficiently :
with the Clay county system of engineers, and seeing a perfectly plain fur up to Thursday noon to 1 Only the "C" and "G" tags will boI shift to west and northwest." nC the week from u tour of Cuba, being

roads, giving a direct route to St.Augustine ','track around the barricades, drove ou determine whether there would be a I I I issued at the county offices, vehicles cm the island, for several days with
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Miiimi\ Nov. 3D.--Mtamiann d fed the DuBois! Tours. HI expressed himself
other classification\
from Starke, as well as through. He also bought two new session Friday but the children are taking ap- '
another route to Jacksonville by the i i tires from Staike dealers.j hopeful no serious effort will ge made i\ ply through the office at Tallahassee. their knickers and nondescript garb UK hughly plensad, with his Journey {
i Mr. Futch will school of 'today for bathing suits and bench attire and with conditions, and people
attend the
way of Middleburg and Orange Park. !j The heavy traffic over the detour to prevent the boiler from continuing j
an the city experienced Its heaviest he met with. Tho Havana Morning(
Clay ocunty's bond issue provides for caused by the fooball game in Jacksonville its annual practice of giving them holidays instruction in Lake City on the IHh
rainfall in its history, a downpour of Post iif Nov. 28th curried, the following .
lof thin month and after December ,
the construction a road from the last Thursday and the steadily not scheduled on the calendar j '
jI 1 1.1th will he ready issue license 14.1 inches. article concerning air mayor.
to tags
Starke-Green Cove Springs-St. Augustine increasing number of new cars I _
I Itp resident of Bradford county. Comer L. Peek, mayor of Starke,
road through Middleburg to con- being driven through made the detour j
I West Palm Beach, Nov. 30.-Tho Bradford county, Florida, 74
\ nect with state highway number alnu( t Impassable in ,places, when Search Seizure I Palm Itonchers slopped through the grandfather of 11)), Is one yearsyoung of

three.Other rain started falling this week, and raincst day of tho year tday, a ron- the members rf the party which cam

County Roads Pret ided cars were stuck in numbers of places I Honor System At slant downpour for eighteen hours to Havana with the DuBois Tours for

The board of bond trustees are em. Tuesday night. 1 Measure Passed I have taxed., the capacity of stormsewers Thanksgiving.

powered to expend the remaining The contractor apparently made no I and, in some cases inundated Mayor Peek Is one of tho old time

amount of the bond issue on any road effort to keep the detour in fair con- i Raiford Inadequatei sidewalks and pavements. ''Southerners. lie was born on a plantation

in the county, as they may designate. ,dition over the week-end, and the I According to unofficial reports approximately In slave days anal was reared.
Hoard Powers
Included In this the main lateral roads grade was open through both barri- Green Officers in New
I _____ i two inches of rain fell on to young manhood before the Civil
will be surfaced with a material that cades Friday morning. [ Dill of Legislature .
tho Kust: Coast between Stuart und War broke out. An old "lIIamI
Will Do \Vilh Pri's- negro
,\ will\ be sufficient to care for the traffic Motorists using this road should | Away Fort Lauderdale I II
child and
I ,
cut System and in my" took care of him as a ,
they will have to carry. The bill heed the advise of the roud signs and \, Tallahassee, PrcHidcnt Taylor, of Bring I ''n slave named lien looked after

further provides that the trustees I detour, even though the right-of-way. -.cnata announced shortly aftenoon I Army Guards.Tallahassee Tumpu-The worst storm here In negro him us ho grew older"

shall, in calling the election designate appears clear else they are likely to today that indications were sine
Urt '1.--"Tin- honorSystem" four years, the wind at 2 o'clock reaching The Florida mayor points with
the roads to be Improved gradedor have their tires ruined. Traffic is di eadjournment would probably' be I
of 4t miles
a velocity was sweeping .
is to be revoked at the Rai- pride to his record in iff ice. lie hue
hard-surfaced and the approximate not wanted on the grade where It is taken this afternoon or tonight and tcfcluy
Tampa i served four without
ford farm. Thi
prison! announcement terms opposition
amount of funds to be expended on bring prepared for the base, as the not later than tomorrow. I I The official weather bureau barometer
1 ,, was made today by Governor from any source, he says.
Leach contractor is put to additional Prohibition was the order of the
particular road. expensein
began falling shortly after 1 I
Martin lute today, who stated that In 1027 Mayor Peek Is going. to
Bill going over the sub-grade after ruts day as the senate opened the morning
The In FullA i I o'clock. One hour later It registered
celebrate his anniversary
the hoard of commissioners had decided !golden wedding
BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN are formed. In this cane, however session a sharp clash occurring over I
20.7 2 it still and
to order Superintendent J. S. hutch at a. m. was falling and, is looking forward to a
'.' CT with the contractor taking a 'prolong. introduction of the so-called 'search I I I
authorizing empowering the wind increasing its strength
:. I led of the state penitentiary, to provide big time. The Floridian! Is also a
'.\Bradford County, Florida ,to Issue rest, there is. no reason why traffic and seizure" measure, recommended
guards there imjnudiately. I writer having written book "Lorma
J bonds could not use the grade for its en- by Governor Martin and which !had army a
for the of bard-sur- ,
ii purpose "
I Jacksonville Dec. 2.-The heavy
I Tae: guards, the governor said, will Cumwtdl a story of the South.
facing; and building and grading and tire length.. - already passed the house. It passed I bo supplied in sufficient numbers to gale that has lashed the coast of Florida I "During the war thero was so much,

otherwise improving certain roads THANKSGIVING:' HUNT I| the senate also. make escape extremely difficult. for the last three days early yes talk against slavery that I had to get
'herein deslnated and roads { !Senators: Cone, Clark, Hodges, Taylor
other to
terday centered its fury along the "
I The so-called "honor system" In. the thing off my chest, so went to It
le< designated by the Board of BondTrustees A successful Thanksgiving hunt ant McDaniels spoke against the Istituted during the administration of Jacksonville: beaches and, bringingm | nnd wrote u liujtik. I pictured tho life

of said County; to providefor was held by Mr. and SIn Silos Johns bill, which is designated to give officers | former Governor Cattx does notI one of the highest tides on record of the slave just nil it was; just as I

the extension of the powers and and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Chris- broader powers In enforcement I! work at the penitentiary, now, Gov.I :, here, left In its wake two wreckedamusement II hud seen it; while a boy on my father's
duties i of the Board of Bond Trustees of Starke A. Saxon and Elmer 'of tl.o:. laws, and Senators Singletary : miles I
ty. ; son, I ernor Martin said The prison, he i piers, of plantation. The names! of my char-
of said County, with other public officials of :Mr. and l Mrs. Boll'Phillips, Ethi-idze: end Kright fav. | '
I' Pompano stated, i is almost daily receiving, crimInals i out a beach strewn with : actors were the names of slaves on
in saiii County for road purposes Johns and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. ored its adoption. 'I'| of all classes, brought about by I piling and other lumber from oceanfront my father's plantation." .
, ; and to provide for the repealof Bugg and family Jimmie Nelson, Those opposed to the measure de. I I i
j I the rapid growth of Florida, and structures a high running The! mayor is one.if the liveliest
: Chapter 10340 of the Special Acts df Hampton. All participating of a dared "that its language was "too something, he added, must be done to sea that threatened further damage I I i und, most genial members of the partyI

I o( the legislature of Florida, 1925, I very sumptuous repast,. The men drastic. Senators Clark and Hodges (i cope with the situation. Prop-erty I one of the most popular. EveryOne -

i providing that this act shall become checked up to the game whl"1 i consist stated that with its passage the law I Escapes from the penitentiary are i, damage along the beach was ell- :, his been, helping him to have the

''I effective upon receipt of an affirmative ed I of 7ft birds and were ,delighted to would even permit. a mons home 'to be not being withheld from the news- timated at $200,000. I time of his. life he ,declares and he
11 vote of the qualified electors of note that Merrill Johns :held i searched "upon suspicion," and what i' I
young 'papers: the governor said 1, and there j (Continued on page! r.1) {I II hopes to again visit Havana.
said election beheld I ever incriminating. evidence is found I
county to
II( voting at an the championship fur the best marks- will\\] be no disposition on the part of
for that purpose. man. I II there: might! be seized and used, against anyone to do so in the future. The IKI.LSWOIMH: TII.I.I DIF.Si
1 Be It Enacted by The Legislature. OfITKe I the owner i AT[ : HOME
,: State of Florida: prison authorities are dependent upon j Scales Heights ] -

! ItSECTION 1. That the followlnqolJ"nnant'nt I D. W. STAKKEY i iI 'the newspapers for assistance In ap.Iprchcnding Plant City, Nov. 27.-Word reached
t I New Temperance Head e I fugitives, the executive
roads with all u ,, ,, here last. night of the death at SI
W. citizen
i I Starkey, a of Starke stated.I .
I o'clock last evening of Ellsworth TilUs !-
:-.. bridges; shall be construct- for the several 'I __
past died Wedneiday
'if>' years I nine-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
edrjwithln said
County of Bradford, after I TIIEUI-SS.\
morning, short Illness
a. ,
I S W. Tlllls of Clearwater, and former -
State of Florida, towit: State Road and laid in j I i i
No,F28 as the same be locate was to rest Crosby cemetery -!, Theressa, Dec. 3.-Mr. and )[n. Lee I woUknown Plant City residents>
may I Thursday morning, Revs. L. W.Kitkilter Thomas and children of I ) Two weeks the boy fell
byjjhe State Rdad Department of ,. and II. A. Tucker officiating i Orange ago young
Florida on. the dividing line between I Pallbearers Members of Heights were visiting Mr.; and Mrs. M. I t'hI and suffered a broken arm. Blood pots

tha)counties of Union and Bradford, '' were Bard- Hall last Sunday afternoon. coning )soon followed and it Will found
ford Lodge No. 35; F. & A. M. J. M.
through Starke to the Clay County I 1{ Rev. A. S. Jones, of Jack- I necessary to amputate the member.
I W. J. G. .
Epperson, 11( Inman,
line toward Keystone Heights, which sonville was visiting friends here thU I Although until yexterday the boy's
C. W Alderman W.
road is to be located by the State Rnad I I Thomas and the, E. Hayes, A. J. week. Brother Jones was pastor of the i ..,,,Iitjlln had been reported ax ImproV- f

Department of Florida. Also !Sta'i-: with Masonic, honors.deaied wa sburled I Baptist church here two years ago, .f( n tuddon change for the worse came

48 and while here won friends.. and death followed.
Road beginning at the 1 ntersectloniof many I
O. W. .
State Road Number 13: with' Starkey was born April 18, P. M. Geiger was a business visitor Until his removal to Clearwater with

Tenth Street in the Town of Starke. York ixriV.: Addison moving ,to Steuben Illinois county and New to Waldo Friday afternoon. i|I I Ii his parents Ellsworth was one of the

andfnmning[ east toward Kingslev Chicago 1857. He locatingin Mrs. Selma Holder, of :Moore Haven i, mot popular boys of Plant City. He
Lake on what is now known as the in was married wa visiting, relatives here this week. haM u host of friends here who are
t.> Sarah Jane Snow June 30, 1870( ,.,.. I'I'M grieved learn of his
Peek Road, to the dividing line bebetween who with three children W. A. Jones and Mrs. Mary to passing.
the counties of Clay and Bradford survive him. Holder and Mr. W. Cothren and fam- Funeral service will be held here
R. H.
Starkey, who has resided here visited' friends thM, afternoon :3 o'clock with Interment .
That the said roads are to haves withhls father ily In Gainesville Sun-. at
was with him at the
central vitrified brick rock, at Onlclown cemetery/ Dr. W.
of his
time death and
; pavement of not less than the sympathyof Rubye Clovemettla was a business Raleigh Whit., pastor of the First
the community goes out to him. '' visitor to Baptist church, will have charges-
sixteen feet in width. That there c, Hampton Saturday. M

shaD be expended not more than Two w BUYS PROPERTY IN NORTH ENDD. I I Miss Louisa Heibcrger, of Jack- Ia Plant City Courier, Nov. 27.

Hundred Thousand Dollars out of the fveh a. Te sonville spent Thanksgiving with her Mr. and Mrs. TiUix were both '

funds hereinafter provided for in the E. Knight purchased: 6 lots In the father, Capt. R. C. Heiberger. is reared in Bradford county and they

construction of said State Road No. Mrs. Ella A. Boole of Brooklyn, northern end of town this week from Mrs. S. It Swindle and children George H. Jones adds Ms name have may friends throughout the county

23 through Bradford County, FloTilla: N. r, for tan years V1c -Pnskdent IS. R. Johns, the property lying be- ''' were visitors to Mrs. R. M. Hersey's to the long list of self-made man who sympathize with them In

and.not more than the sum of $75- of W. a T. U, has been elected Its tween the Johns store building and'': Sunday afternoon. In American Industry. 83 year their bereavement. Mrs. TIBia, will

000.00 in the construction of the said MW President She recently ran i' residence and also between the reek !, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. :Msnalralulled ago ha was a stenographer. Today I I' be remembered hero aJ Mis Georgia }

State Road No. 48 through that por- for Senator bat was defeated aJ- dance and Tenth street, where the Mrs. Manalre's mother, Mrs. HettyCloversettle ha heads Standard OIL Plnholster, daughter of Sir and Mrs.

(Continued on page 8.) thooglt shh pold a big vote. highway will run. I I([I Sunday. D. W. Pinholster, formerly of Brooker.iii .

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I the reverly) ? lie was even now his Who are the dullest?-The Seniors. Mr. Dowling-Oxygen is neces>try-

flivver was pawing the grcund in impatience to all animal life. But strange ,to
LI Bradford High to be on its way. Yes, it was Elmer-Miss Brown, was Robinson say it was not discovered until se 'ral
p'I z an
literally itamping the earth with both years ago.
Miss Brown Of course not.
: of its little front wheels. An unusual Natalie-But professor, what lie,J
Elmer-Well, in this book it says do before that?
car this, tree. and telephone they

>( ; School Journal' p",les seemed to hold a peculiar mag- he that sat after down the on his days was done I Miss Brown-Wilbur, get a sw.ttn

netism for it, and as for ditches and bring to me.

!r \ "Faster,! faster! Oh, I Just can't What school are you going to now? ; Wilbur (later-I couldn't fir, ,,
wait to get there." exclaimed Miss Bradford High. I
switch but here's a stone you
: v ''W: EUGENE MATTHEWS SAMMY: STERNBERG I Ouri, after Louis Anno had called for Pretty good school, but you can't throw ln
I I at
Auociit Editor
EdltorInChllOWEN < her and they were on their way, study much there

...... GRIFFIN wilLIAM DUNCAN !1 blissfully unconscious! of everything I don't intend to. I I Daugbter-S I take an .. 'i.

AthlU Editor Jot. Editor ''v've each other and the moon, full brella and post this letter mother'

I -- an a corn-fed maidens cheeks. Mary[ C.-Oh!! Obi Ochl Mother- 'stay right in the hl''e.''

"If you wont to go any faster Lucille-Goodness! What's the matter This night is not fit for a dog to he

f' AHE YOU FIT TO DRIVE A CAR; sheet of calendar. without seeing I it ,, deportment each month. Us presli guess; you'll have to get out and! ? v out. Let your brother post the let' r
J ; himscjf, he showed It to her, askingher \ ,:i dent ii the one who gets highest in I II walk! ," replied Louis Anno. "I've got: Mary[ -I ate a square meal and the

I Do you take your own life and that what she taw. I,deportment the previous month. At I the gas almost wide open now and corners are hurting. Elizabeth-My that pop-corn sm.j., .

of others In your hand every time "A sheet of calendar" she said. "It present. the president :\ Charles she's a nervous wreck, we went a bi good I
starter Atout) ten of July." 1 I Randolph. Its is the if I take girl to the' That's right. Ill drive
', you Itep on the [f the twenty-ninth secretary one faster she'd just all to pieces.. Sammy-Say, a Carlyle-- a
per cent of the drivers in the United, Ho looked at the sheet and saw that who improved the most in deportment I II Was it fifteen go seemedto show, give her supper, a box of flowersand little closer so you can smell it beti-r, I
,I'' States are unfit to drive she had read correctly. He then made years as it afterwards take her home in a I II I

We have several way to test drivers. other tests with three !girls, 11, 12,,'I[-I them arrived, or fifteen the minutes of the, before I I I I taxi:< should I kiss her on departing? I OUR SYMPHONY FIVE
they at
One which is used in New Rork In 14 years old. Ho found that they sponsor is the tachvr<< Miss Olive gaiety ? well scene they arrived, :, Carlyle-Hang 1'101! you've already, Our high echoed orchestra Is sh v. '
very accurate. A "dummy" car is aet could read pages In books thread Ray. anywny dqnu enough for her. I II and .
and thats the Imp(.tant thing:; or ing a vast improvement we "e.lalize
of board which has electric needles and distinguish objects while I '
in front a this is the result of const .-.-
Second Grade should I ay the unusual thing? (Renu 1 I ; defendant I
colors which Judge-Are the
lights bulbs of diferent blindfolded.: |I you
are used as different signals. This"dummy" Lobodia does not pretend to know I,i The second grade pupils regret very ember they were in Louis' flivver.) Ox--No sir, I'm just the one that 1 I practice together.
much that their teacher. Miss Ethel "Louis dear", said :Miss Ourl when The presence of our orchestra i
iI mistake but he 'to the killed\ ) the
car records every how this is done, came cow. I
and its in this conclusion. that aside front the eye., Griffin has been ill and th v hope for they had parked at the curs, and the I II chapel each<< morning helps. to fill! at
makes easy ,
1 the subject r'fir B speedy I trembling and the quaking of Louis'I Thelma-Can anyone be punished all with the "pep" and energy that uc
nJ the the body for
whether not sensitive of }
determine or the
most part .
r 1 way to -- they had subsided sufficiently for her for something they havn't done all need every morning when we> <*,U'
;. driver Is efficient. seeing is the eyes, especially the 1 I Ii
I Third Grade voice to be heard, "will you please Mrs. Alderman-Certainly not. with our day's work.
.;, Another way used to test was devised forehead. i 1 Mrs. II. :M. S'lyder'a" .\.sitnr! in i look and see if I've too much rouge Thl'ima-WeIl I haen't done my al- Elise Jones, the director of the -.
"" of the Bureauof that it is
II. H. Allen Labodie believes some:
by : 'our i room Monday. I on my left ear I I gebra. (Continued on page 3.)
Standards. Two pistols were placed peculiar sensitiveness of the skin
LoulHo Snyder, Florence Hcscett' Louis I leaned close f'o her to inspectthe --..
on the fender of the test car. One nerves, which receives impressionsof '''and Gladys Gordon attended the Fair in .
ear question. Suddenly, and I f'
pistol was fired au a signal for the light and conveys them to the in last week. .
; Jacksonville without warning Miss Ouri gasped,'
driver to stop, and the other was automatically brain in the form of definite images. I I II
k'' discharged by the foo-t I Mr. Labodie believes that he pre. Fourth Grade I turned red, choked, turned white, gagged i

I brake. The distance between the eluded the possibility of trickery in,!I i I The fourth grade is very sorry thatA. I turned purple and fainted dead I I THE SOUTHERN SERVES THE SOUTH

blotches made by the pistols showed the cases that he studied, but awaits E. Wall, Jr., is sick and hopes he: away. ,
cried Louis
how far the car had traveled before,,i further investigation to find a scientific will soon be able to return to his. class "something ;I
driver the brakes, and the: explanation. Lois must be wrong. I I
I A the applied I room. Dorothy Ritch Adkins and : Showing remarkable of
h elaspol time was found by calculating i Lois Galney Sophomore. EIridgo Robinson attended the fair in presence
I mind he drove her home at break- :
: the known speed of the car. I Jacksonville Friday. said .
i ; ;;; They they What
J out in clear I Our High School Ch--- neck speed, deposited her gently on I i every
t Most accidents happen I'I had a real nice time. I
because only efficient dirvers Thelma Sncllgrove 1.'I I will places drive through a jam. woilielOll men week of all the high school students -:i Sixth Grade I In a trance he then went home, and I I

,i I about everything who can sing and then she asked : to bed, but not to sleep. All night he business knows
b who studying man
\ 4 are 'i Jack's I rolled tossed and tumbled and'
pleasure all those who were interested in making Thanksgiving Dinner. and ,
else besides driving a car,
:t and women auf singing in chapel better to I I Once there lived a woman who had worried and pondered, and fretted. at ,
seekers ignorant men
in attend chorus practice and to sit on I I but one son. Ills name was Jack. day-break he was startled to hear a :
most of the accidents our
Jtf: country cause the rostrum each morning in chapel. They were very poor. When Thanks- noise at his door. Three times a :: Every business man knows the danger

t to I The response which the students made 'giving came Jack said, "Mother what hand knocked, and suddenly a paper ,
t i carelessness.The open road The is real a temptation test of a fit )I show. a splendid school spirit and we I I fare we going to have for Thanksgiving was thrust mysteriously throug a'' of using too much borrowed capital in

i driver is his ability to concentrate onIII : feel very proud of our loyal high dinner" The mother said, crack near the floor. He leaped front I I financing the growth of a business.

1' j the'job of driving school Htudenta. "My dear son, you know we are very held seized the note and with reeling I I ,

t: When you are out on an open road ,, Those.who are membrs of the chorus Boor indeed\ so we can't have anything head, and of trembling knees read: I I But the promise of the ultimate success
1 h r 8 attention are: but bread for dinner." Jack "My heart is broken, it cannot be
divert .
do let
III 0' I. you from anything the road ahead?your I'' Thelma Snellgrove, directors; Grace was very said because they couldn't mended. I net 'r want to see you again. I I of an undertaking: often justifies the accumulation -

s e If so you are unfit to drive. ? I Wood!, Frcdrica Struth, Harriet Ritch, have anything f ur Thanksgiving din- You brute, you ate onions for supper. s i I of debt against the day when .-
t Jessie Williams, Sophomore. I Virginia Weeks, Hazel Middleton, ner. Ho went down the lane to an old Very heart-brokenly, I
:' I Elizabeth Kendrick, Edna Manning, barn and went up in the attic of the Miss Ourl. established earning power will attract

.: : THEY CAN SEE ttllll THEIR SKIN: Rcbo Maxwell, Ruby Keismetter, Ruth barn and cried. After awhile he heard And the funny part about it was new partnership capital.

Sternberg, fothelIoore: Elizabeth Andrews a noise, he looked up and saw a bas- that poor Louis Anno had never eaten ,
Many times there had come to thee Lucille Johns Mary: [ Cunovn, ket with all kinds of nice things in it. an onion in his life. I been I'
Such has the record of the Southern
I attention of Jean Labodie, noted I Eta Lcutherworid, :Merrill Struth, Allen He ran home with it and a* his moth Moral: That's the insidious thing I

French scientist, cases of men and Lang, Eugene Matthews, Junior er was taking the nice things out, out about halitosis (unpleasant breath.) Railway Company. For thirty years it
women who claimed that they could McDonald Charles Kickliter Joseph:, fell Even best friend won't tell
a large bag. She picked it uP'' your
finance itself
has been
'' I compelled to by
see while blindfolded, but in each case Mulpu.i, William Duncan, Carlyle and opened it, and there was a bag you. I I

the claimant hud 'proved to be a I Ritch, Alvin Wasdin. I II full of money. How happy they were. j II I II I borrowing and the reinvestment of

I i fraud I They moved out of the old house into ,
A few weeks Mr. Labodie no- -I'se the Telegraph WantA-d_ I earnings.But .
ago new one the very next day. ,
ticed the report of a young Paris woman la! Edna I B. H. S. Bunk Ii IiThe I
t who demonstrated the power that THE STOIUI'I j'I'II Hutto. the Southern should now take its
"""" i
t cientint\
permission: to make the test wharf, having to step carefully and I At our last meeting we had an'' burn up for unneceuary'cruelty witha
the South whose solid worth merits the
j himself. lie blindfolded this young not to full through, we election of new officers. We '
f lightly so as are trying freshman. Said death's head, "Let
i' woman with utmost precautions. lie noticed that a slightwind was rising, to give each one a chance to have us shoot hint I confidence of investors and attracts

went into n dark mom and tore off a lend off in the west great ominous,i some office. ;
I I ; "Can't" answered the leader, "the partners rather than creditors.I .
bla-k clouds were4>eginning to bullet might /go through and hit one i I
t 1'! Lit almost' shutting out the light gathel'l I) True to Its Name of our brothers." I

nun which should 1 set in just about, George-"I want some paper." I ""-hy not" returned D. II. "shoot'

( 'half an hujiir.. | Storekeeper-"What kind of paper him lengthwise. '

W s.. I Finally we reached our boat, which ?" | __ I I 6 917UTycpy

waN light and flat-bottomed, about I George-"Better make It fly paperI Teacher-What are y'oe hanging ,

? (,, twelve feet long. t was painted a', am going to make a kite." around here for? You know you are I I ,

dingy gray, so it could not be easily I I, suspended : "
) I distinguished when out in the open wa- Teacher-"Spell ferment and give 1' Fresh pupil-I know, I just wantedto

ter wink on fishing trips."We'll I its definition, Alice see if the school was still running.Questions I I
W ti'fs
\ Alice "f-e-r-m-e-n-t II w ,
I surely have to do some fast to work. )|I ;- ; !I V
this lake before Teacher-"Now use it in a sentence ], and Answers t THE S
rowing to get across
I so I may be sure you understand It" Who is the fatest student Sammy
breaks drawled Ernest
the storm 'I
Alice -'In nice weather I would rather Sternberg
in the water which
as we pushed ,
play tennis out-of doors than to !; Who ia the shortest?Wilbur
{ .
by now was tossing in long rolling
\ 0 I ferment in a school house" :Marsbum.
swells. I Who has the least strength?-Cecil SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
:; ; i.i J 1 was kneeling in the front of the Merrill (with a dictionary in arithmetic Whitehead. 1
Editor i-
Ernest. the better
ra M. .' N' Y. Whir I"' now oiT.r. IU n.dne paddler, he was In the back. Putting Mrs. Wasdin..What: are you doing, ?",,
... thl. nt.n.tfna :.,tur.. "QUIZ". forth whole strength: into making I II "
our Merrill "Nothing. j ----"
br Bonn.
..Ir.. from .hd hook cmlnrod I IIrs.
C. Olhn.,. llluwtor of I:.t.n U>n A.- that little boat race against the impending :\ Wasdin-"Yes you are." ,
I tlvttla N.w York Buarrt of Eduoatlon.Thrw I tsorm. we simply made it fly. l\lerrill-1 am trying tt find what'
will be found InUllMtuil u
tat M pussies Initruetlv. Straight ahead of us those stern,, sab-I base, rate and per cent means : You
d :le clouds were swiftly and surely roll Gee. i reec 'M/"Iel\JF.e. < ThZ% (
: ing toward us. Eighth Grade I I MOT A PAIN OR AN "rLtlN-'HOSE DgGS

Puzzle No. IS. Every now and then the mutterings Everyone had a fine Thanksgivingsome ACHE AND I J.AJeN"T'A \ (' UNb R '(U12 EYez

State six words that spell the of the thunder would sound as if some attending the State Fair in Bozo Butts uJofta( I ivi THE = AREA a s16rJ-
r same both ways: 1, A form of address giant were running his fingers over Jacksonville some visiting different,, a 'l-ti-I: oi...GMT YoR LIVER

; 2, An animal; 3, Found in the bass chords of a gigantic piano. parts of the State, and some fishing ro> I.''\je J TO tom, rt V.3-I' (S8 I N

t fruits; 4, A logical document; 0, The sky overhead was a dark purple and hunting. J I They Dva J 4 gE A I IHim '' BAD sHApt?
6 Midday. I HuNpREbI .
Part of a ship; ::
dotted about. Tho Club
with one or two stars Jolly gave a very interesting I

Puzzle No. 16. Glancing backward toward the east, Thanksgiving program Wednesday.i
I everything seemed more tranquil, except Readinggiven! by Iris Brown and J Nuts
DROPPED for the wind which was swaying Merrill] McMiHan\ on "Why we cele- \

t.h "D- -II thgd yen, the trees-and it looked like heaven in brate Thanksgiving! ," were very interesting -

-n -H th- w-ys ,-- con, nparison with. the dark clouds in Those taking part in the

T- -11 th- p-pi- y-- c-n. the west which were fringed with program were: Lelia Dea Andrews,

}. -n -v-ry pl-c- y-- cn,1t gold, giving them an uncanny, dark,\ E telle Kendrick June Bullen Lenh
-II th- t-m-s cnn ,
y-- and sinister beauty. Bell Shepard Leah Struth and Clara \ E'
th- q--t-st w-y y-- e-n, .J
-s 1ngs -v-r yyen"Puzzle i Realizing that we couldn't make it Louice Peek, thsso six ringing an oppripriate -
across the lake, we turned and! | song. Headings byJx>uiaeHayes'
'I headed north toward the high sheltering Thelma Silcox and Mellie \Iin: I C
No- 17.
[ bunk.whlr h was our only hope ton were also enjoyed by all. .

I am a body of people. Chang i 10f keeping dry. Just as we reached The following were appointed to arrange -- ......-

t Jl1Inittal, and I am a comparitively the shore and had stepped out under a ,program for Christmas for __

j small number. Another change, it a large oak tree the storm broke with the Jolly Club: Lena Belle Shepard, _RBe''L4'bU
and I am a, Christian name. Once 1'a crash and downpour as though alli Iris Brown, and George Alderman.
and I become bird. Again
rc more, a the force and fury of the elements had
J give me a new Initial and I am an You
I been loosed upon that lake. Paul-"Daddy is it true that money RCTAKIMC3
Sometimes It K
extremal Instrument. OKI TOO
I of very humble origin. I Josephlalpas.: I talks. MOCH W IOHT'- PALE- ggAN
it' __
Mr. KnIJlht-"That'a what they TIE-
F Change it again, and I become a : say- LOOK ottr You RAVE I'ftVov'Lt
,.. marshy place. Another change, my JOI- I i -
I and now you surely know me well. \ \Reports From- Paul-"I wish you'd !give me a littleto b! op' CEIa as txxrlaa loooo1C 4ry pit(_

k Yet one more change, and )'ou'll talk to me. I get so lonesome." E f -
s find me In a cave. DAOM $EHRul

_ A.+... t* L*>t W...'. Piulw.Puil I The GradesI ONIONSA ?

t I No II. Th. Utt.. "L". "WI. I right of night, a night of a life, /w
No. If. Th f....... dlvldod : !
n .. GOLDEN RULE CLI'liFirst time a faa, (gay -joyous, exciting,
Said Into nortlon
th.Pwd. 00" thrilling, night. Yes, indeed, that it /
with a t- In vaflh .. ihown I +
0 %. In til* kt.h .. th. latl: Grade, wan; or rather that it would be. for 1 i, J' a _
No. II Ark. 111.... Mo. ( _
/A. Wuh Ml Pl.t ....&11... No. Miss Ray's section of first ICralot'I wa it rot the night of the high I f
: p _/IN_I 14. "Nothlnf otto r all." has organized a new club--The Gold-
tr 'I en I Rule Club. It'' motto is, "Do unto', pulled In Meadville.\ '
f>.nil roar IMWCT.. to this "....p.p.,. others as you would like for them to i These and many others were the r E s
Th. ant ftv. ", I"tloll'I..oot to well Mt :, do unto )'011." It's primary object thoughts of our hero Louis'Anno as I -

i 1 D nrh' in-..1..100 l ..will, kw rtlv obu.ln un loo.rodllo wtlt: when h. i is to encuursge.. self-control and 1mI he greased t his hair for the occasion. 'ft4ATE

1 will IM .nllthJ t 0 "QUIZ CLUB buttontir i provement In deportment. Its '"Yes, he continued to think between

to".D endl".ttr.wl"""prlM<>. th>.nd wlnnw.t"obl ',I dnr? object is to make an aecon'l greasings, he was !going to have the

.... .. urn printed oo tae .hone .... !I banish the wooden rule. It time of his life far was he not goingto !

r (I heart-case. Its dues 100 per cent in I escort the beautiful Miss Ourl to


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S e. e e e e e e e lion dollar ts-story Congregational I MEETING
FLUKID.V WEEKLISDUS.: I(Ti'mplc, being prepared '| .
(Continued from fmtfe, 2.) -
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph i '1UIALI IU.U::\sV '
I ara,'i tu- $1,00.1,001): ) construction nhc'8tra i and the members, Florence The Starke Woman's Club will hold
. e its regular meeting in the tluh house
I'" i.-ra.1 iil..i .ed for in'W busings piano Gussic l :ilae: Bennett

I assured for this place. district and Uweu OrUtin, violins, Ju epa ut >4.00 p. WvdnuHday December 9.

Fort Myers New 19-story( hotel (Thomas, drums, Paul Knight, !hunju' The education dr:wrtment has ae.
r Live State News I Sebring-Highland* Bank and to be 1
are congratulated on the splendid cured Miss Nettie Brogdon of Tallahaasoo -
Auburmlale City experiencing Trust Co., planning to erect new 9- music they give us. a State Educational Worker,

building boom.Greenvil125. story building. to speak at 4:00: p. m. Her subject

I I IIl1stll1rew- scenic highway will I FRIVOLOUS FUESIIMEN: will be "The Business of The School," s4

i TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES new bungalows to be constructed along east bank of St.John's A regular meeting of tho freshman Our teachers, members of the school
r be constructed. River. bi;ird and school trustees ns well as
class held
was Monday afternoon.The .
I club members are urged to hear this

f If Jacksonville-Preachers have begun i ien St. Petersburg William Dennis, 25, Palatka-New $500,000 Memorial Tampa-Construction of new $5,000,.|absent president our vice, Ruth president Sternberg Allen, being speaker on a subject which Is of vital a .
bridge to be constructed near here.
000 cement 'plant at Hooker's Point, importance to all.
the Miami race track. They could i I i waiter in a road house, on Gandy presided at the meeting. us

find greater evils without going out- boulevard, near here was killed by a St. AugustinOctober building I practically assured. Regular business was attended to''' This is the regular meeting! for '

side of Jacksonville. |knife thrust at the inn, three miles permits totaled $383,810.( I I Eustis-New Eustis Heights development -;this being the first meeting in Dc- our book shower, also pertinent plan.,

north of the city, late I la>t night and project to entail expend.1! cember new committees were appoint- o fpatrirular Interest\ to book-lavers
Jay-A bale of cotton to the acre- Winter Haven-New apartment
William Brown, |
police are holding ture of $2,600,000.'TampaPaving. led. Members of vigilance committee will be discussed.BICYCLES J.I J.
was the record made this year by W. local real estate man, 'on a murder house to be built in Tsprell\ Terrace. 'are Ui'fus ProncoU, chairman; Mer-I

E. Moore, who is one of tho most sue- I I charge In conecUon with the killing! Improvements for I rill
Center Hill-$200,000 bond issue I Struth, Clarence Andrews and
"J cessful'Jt cotton. growers- In this section ,'and Miss Anta Leslie, Memphis, Tenn., I voted for municipal Improvementa.I 22 streets, authorized by city com Lawrence Wiggins The flower corns '0- -Q O.-ocr 7 7II !

'as a material witness. i mls on. i mitteo consists of Tulelda
Miami-Mayor-elect James J. Walkerof I I Leesburg-This place to have new -- chairman, Iva Boyd and I*'ranees Kio II
; --
t New York City, and his private Crcstview and S. K. I IGriffit'.t Ocala--Two modern fireproof
'| prepare jones I $40,000 public park iiicttcr. Tho board committo consists
party of 25 persons, returned yester- : are dispute any | Lake Wales-Approximately: 20 apartment houses In process of construction i of Charles Kickliter, chairman, \VII'llam

day from Cuba, after a three-day visit assertion that an eagle will not at- ,new towellings to 1 bo erect' I.I I. Duncan and Gerald Cox. p "The Ideal Xmas Gift" ii
; to Havana, ns guests of the Cuban tack an animal heavier than it can I
i' ----Clearuatcr Myrtle Avenue between The freshmen: sympathize very O
republic. carry off. And to prove it, they exhibited -| Haines City-October building per.I .
keenly with their classmates
Cleveland and I'ark street. will bo Charles
the carcass of a gray eagle, 'mite total $157,100.Frostproof $35
Tampa-Norman King, alleged bolshevist mcafuring seven feet from tip to tip, ., widened to 50 feet. ,;Klvkliter and Junior McDonald t In 0 :0$40

e arrested here several months which they said they killed while the | -New $100,000 tourist Duytonn-Work begun on new'their loss of their mother. !

1 I. o after he is said to have made bird was endeavoring to carry in Its and commercial-hotel planned. :$,*>0,000 Daytona Shores adrainUtra-1 i I Third Algebra-Race Ends: < :

i threats against the life of President talons a young deer. I I Gainesville Local Presbyterians tlon. building I j jClearwilter The third algebra nice was finished See I '
t Coolidge, will be deported to Russia, 1 q p
purchase site for new church. Rriday, November 27, and to the ox-
as soon as a ship is available. I :I'allahalllee-The proposed legislation -New- "Morning Jr aH" i
sadness of ,
I l trcme the boys of the 'hl"". fi
and-1 --
to create a uniform fish : Punta Gorda-City contmplates installation building being erected on South Garden [Girls for third consecutive time won. F. Clark I
) Key West Adolfo Palo alleged law in Florida may not come up Pierce street. n f
; game of new $100,00 theatre. Avenue nuar Ruth Strrnbprg, Edna Strickland! 1 tied Merton. :
member international band of at the extraordinary session of the
on an I i I II i J
This tonight Like Butler subdivision Tiimpa-Factory building at Green for first place. Toleldu nainvy won
f automobile and accessory thieves>legislature.. was apparent -10,000 acre .
was caputred by the police here last when it was learned in authoritative on Lake Butler to be developed. i j I Street and 20th Avenue, acquired by ,' 1"oA'A'second and, and Everett Rufus Hewitt Prescott, Lillian third. U Bicycle U Uo o
night shortly after tho theft of automobile circles that leaders of the two I Salvation Army. -- Repairs: and Accessories 0 .'
Lcuaburg-Contract let at $00,000'
tires from the car of C. F. branches had requested that such a Winter Haven 20 of !' Latin 1 Clam; "u.* Started On A (l'sm I in, aioaoi
'tor acres
of hall.
erection new city grove
be from the calendar,
Kirklcnd. measure I .
land south of Lake Otis sold for $00- I palgn I I '
, :20.
I : == -ora
of fear that its introduction I
because the
-- I I' Orundo-09 additional miles paved 000. I Tho Latin I class hits Ktartvd on a'''
Tallahassee-An invitation to divide would provoke a prolonged de- : streets being planned by city. i campaign with no other than Censer' as

time with Irvin S. Cobb, the bate. I! Stuart-$1.000,000 worth of bulM- J their \leader to successfully overcome lCIIIIClmmmmmllDIIalmmClf: : CIIDlibit@tOG

I :,: author, or a speech before the Sphinx Railroad j' Espancila-New Flagler Heights subdivision ing .permits for October, totaled $10,- I the soldiers of thu evening which are''' -

, Club of New York at the anniversary Tallahassee The received Florida from the i I to be developed 235,,i.>5. ,!Latin words in their vucu lllry. Eva
Commission has BluePrinting
banquet, December 5, in being considered I Luutherwood has been chiton to boCuusur. I
Interstate Commerce Commission a ] Palmetto-420 carloads citrus fruit
seriously by Gov. John W. Panama City-Proposed new First ; Tho lay"1-I I
is <
of the application of the Atlantic shipped from this section to date. urniy
:Martin. copy I Baptist church will\ cost ncarly$100r I And
to jed into two wings, lliu Uoxtiuin curIner -
for ,
,, Coast Line permission
), line northwest to a pointt Largo-Pinellas County Power Co., 000. j lead by Junior McUuiiuld and
construct a
Ocala-Dorothy Freeman, 12, was constructing new line to liidian Hock. the siniHlruni coinu Ivad! by NVilliu \luul I
burned to death as a result of her or near Monticello. The applicationa I Coral Gables-Plan. forming for '1 Surveyingk.

night clothes catching on fire from a copy of which was also sent the gov- j Miami-City to get new $100,000Armory erection of new $1,500,000 hospital Hinaun. Alomluy morning nut a aol-
dicr of Cuvsur's Wuundod
heater at the home of her uncle, C. E. ernor, states that the proposed line buiding and clinic building.ClermontConstruction. |i,Iso army was ,
that ho had to tuko l his seat 1\11'.1
would 41 miles in I II (
approximately |
Randall, of Belleview, nine miles southof ba? ''AKlurman' hj 3
to begin at' has
here yesterday! according to advise length, and would run through a por- .I Leesburg-Bulidint; permits for October proiniHed to entertain I
and Jefferson ,, once on new business'block fronting I I both sides it they can keep) up their
received here tion of Madison Taylor exceeding $100,000 mark.
today. counties I 4 streets, with 80-() oat theater In cen- )I record of Monday niurning. If not, H. A. Lee & Co.

West Paint Beach-Identification< of ; Clearwater-Local factilities of Pine ter. thu wing that withstand thu enemy
the C. alleged I fins County Power Co. to be improvedat I thu better will be entvi'tuinud by thu
nan burned to death early today West Palm Beach-W. Bryant, Winter Haven-A. D. Coker Do- Incorporated
in the fire which destroyed the "Black wife deserter, held here for Ala cost of $2,000. other side.
Jack," 100-foot cruiser, belonging to bama authorities and with three al- vclopmont Company planning to construct I I Let's hope that Mrs." Alderman may Thomas BuildingGAINESVILLE -
homes in Silver- j
25 to 30
\\'wF. Faborite, New York hotel owner leged worthless check charges against.' Avon Park-$100,000 packing house have the pleasure of entertaining both

has been established as WiliLim him here, now faces more serious being erected for Avon Park Citrus crest. wings. FLORIDAP.
Growers Association.
Young, 35, of Atlantic City. charges. He has been accused, police I I I St. Petersburg-Fitkln Power Cor- Y"Nor eh,11UGiN01lDOOU0lliD1l01IICICimtOgfQdiQtmID0Gt0
\\ II
i I KAISK 111 KM:: ALL n. Box 121
said, of criminally assaulting a young !i 1 Hampton Springs 24,000 acres jorntlon to expend between $5,000,000 ;n.i
West Palm Beach-N. E. Burkett'died girl. Acording to the story related fo .. and for of Its
near here to be developed into towu- $8,000,000, expansion Ktulroad employee ask that their
in a local hospital early today police, the girl escaped from Bryant, I i I sites,'subdivisions and farm tracts. electric \light and power facilities In wages be raised to the wartime lIual .

from a fractured skull sustained when wandered in the swamp lands for half I|I Florida. Why not tame price of farm pro .
ha fell down an elevator shaft at ai night and then was picked by a :i I Dunedin-Construction begun on '
: a : up ducts, wheat, corn, cattle and hogs! luwuittme To Stop a Cough Quick
local garage late yesterday. The body passing motorist. Officers said the ,i, new $100,000 Junior high! school build figures '
will be shipped to Prichard, Alabama, take HAYES' HEALING HONEY u
identified her assailant. ing.
girl Bryant as \\ ny not raise' of all luuur cough mmllrlim" which he
where wages stops'' cuuuh by
i Burkett is survived by his wid- lIe will be tried in the county c.*irtj I the Inllumed and irritated ,
to Hid healing
ow and four children. : Tarpon Springs- New $125,000 Divorce? tae scale that was paid during tissues
j iJacksonvilleChris 1 November I'I high school building under construc- great World War, and 1 not along rail A box of GROVES O-FEN-TRATK
SALVE fur Chest Celtic Iluml Colds and 1
C. Ilindman, Jr., tion. unions 7
of Lake Citywas acquitted by a jury Lake City-The indv.stiial committee iho tarmvrs who have to raise raw Croup 'In nncl'xx'd with every hotlla of
" of tho Lake City chamber of com- i IIA YES' IIEALINIJ: HONEY. The .salvo
:R ir. cri.'iinnl here of 1 worth of material small '
court Tampa on
$125,000 in
; today a new margins open
meree announced today the details of should I be nlbh".lon the chant and throat
of out equipment to be Installed in Keller with woriii inurkuts and
charge manslaughter growing their accomplishment in securing for i-oniipbtilioii ,>( children suffering from a Cold or Croup.

of the death of Frank Duncan, 17, of Lake City another large industry, the Hospital. guy the freight to inuikut same, The Hmllnit elf,.... of II.,..' Hunlliirt Hnnoylnlitii -
Murray Hill, who was said to have uuulu probably vote unanimously Cur I .the thrust. rmnbinrdwith the "...1I04..t"r
I new plant being the Southern branch Pensacola 500-watt radio broadcasting (?,,u..o'. o IVn-Irate Salve' ilmuiilh the mm of
been instantly killed by Hindman on a ,of A Amari-l i u tow hundred million dollais increase he lid lu......stops a cnuilllIhilh .
road near Yulee, on September 12. the Circle Corporation of :: station will be erected soon, behind { in luilruaa nayruun.L rfniiMlli>.am pst Sal. In one carton end the
!I ca, with general offices in Newcastle city hall.BrooksvilleBrooksville. S t.. cont of thn comhlnrd' Cremini, IN l.1c: ,
Jacksonville ,Indiana. The parent organization is 4th 4re. Just ask your druKMlit for IIA YtS' I
, -Walter Valentino, of a ..e Telegraph \ ant Ad..- HEAL1NU: IIUNKV:
the Aleexander Lumber Company of |I Telephone
Miami, who was serving a life sentence i
at Raiford for the murder of Chicago. The Lake City plant will ,,. Exchange plant being reconstructed I

Police Sergeant Weaver Miami manufacture complete sectional ,,| at cost of $20,000. .. .
at gsJOI ..... L_ ']"' ., 11I4__ "11' -- .r
several months ago, escaped from the houses, schools and churches. I I Lake Worth-New $500,000 hotelto !

state prison farm at Raiford late to- be Twelfth
erected at Avenue and
West Palm Beach-Every soda fountain j r
da? police here were' advised tonight. Dixie Highway. I
;( -- In Lake Worth is temporarily I 4' r.l

Miami-Ships dragging: their anch closed today by John A. Lynch, district Kelsey City-New tile factory being

ora off Miami Beach during the storm sanitary inspector of the state constructed here by Clay Products OW.f'

this week caught and broke the Western board of health, who, with Lake Worth'' Company. I II

Union cable from Miami to the city officials, is waging a sanitation'! .

Barbardoes and South America, it war similar to the one which closed Tampa-Contracts let for recon- II I .. ... .
t was just learned. A cable ship has recently in West Palm Beach. The I struction of bridges across ,Alafia, f. ,, 'I; >: II\-\: .. ,., -:; :.:; .. "" )

been summoned from Halifax, Nova founts mostly were dilinquent In the'' Palm and Little Manatee Rivers. I

,; I Scotia to repair the damaged cable. matter of hot running water for dish I| 1 vrocai you can make ship-
Tampa-Bids to be opened for con- I
said. In
washing purposes, Lynch sev- .
Pensacola-D. W. Griffith contem- veral cases unsanitary establishments struction of new 17-story Board of ments Direct to
plates the erection at Panama City ofa Trade building.
were temporarily cl<*ed while clerksset I

motion picture studio, according to to work cleaning up. Jacksonville-New $1,500,000 16- Leonard KIp Rhlnelander, scion points on the linesof

a dispatch to the Pensacola Journal. story Barnett National Dank to be of wealth and social position, whoIs
Mr. Griffith spent two days in Panama 'I I Tallahassee The resolution passedby constructed.West suing' his wife for divorce, claim. the Southeastern

City this week, registering In a the Florida legislature, Inviting I bag she's colored. The sensational

hotel incognito, the Journal says. He President Coolidge to visit Florida this Palm Beach-Plans for mllWAS trial has society gasping. Express tompany.

was accompanied by a group of motion '''winter' will be delivered in the early II I

picture personalities and J. W. part of December by Governor John W. r

Blaines, a realtor.JacksonvilleParalyzed. I I I :Martin who will\ stop by Washington .
from the 'en route to New York, where he will ad- FRANTIC your Shipmentsthe

'dress the club said to be one I
Sphinx: ,
neck down and facing death as the Linimentsthat
Stop Using
''of the oldest newspaper clubs in the fastest
result of a bullet which ranged from way
the back of his neck to the right side I'! country. Governor l\I@.rtlnsaidtoday WITH PAIN
that Florida would offer to place a
50 OnlyBurn
of his mouth, George W. Drawdy II
following special train at the..Ji! posal of the
Isjying in St. Luke's hospital -
I nation's chief to convey him into all
an encounter last'nljtht in a sub- and Irritate
urban section wth two unidentified parts of the state, and that the entire Simple home treatment 1fi.JVj
, I state would unite to entertain the I'.
white quick positive relief -
men. gave ,
. president should he decide to accept
yGainevilleThe "Mellon" county the invitation. Mexican Mustang Liniment ;

bill has been drafted and bound and flow a lonely woman, snowbound on Penetrates to the Hone but
remote farm, miles from doctor
a a Never Smarts Blisters
is now ready to be turned over to the got quick and complete relief from or

Alachua county delegation in Tallahas. Th. nifrerene.. the raging pain of neuralgia is told In ,
se* for passage before that body. To. A genius can uo more' help horns a this letter from Ontario, Canada. When A liniment hurnii and and

day twelve men are scouring the territory teohts thou n ert''t' iiinn ems hp: t... "Tfe pain in my head was drivingme almost bltiflorf the ikln. It usually mean

as outlined for the new county lag cn...)'. I' 'lust happens thai, ,hn wild, she writes, "when I happened ubManee that It contain. It lent Mime nervwiarjr strong Irritating for the

ani are securing signatures to petitions the irfiiiu 'I..*** hut In 11'10"1'11, a to see a bottle of Sloan's Lini right kind of liniment to be to strong and
asking the members of the legislature smart rliinx. It i ininrt ; but then tb.P' ment on the dresser where my hus- drastic A liniment .la allpp r .'> % I'i in .. h... In-- .' turn band had left it. I gave: it a,trial- illrnrf, to the lure split to blister th* prene and indicating the transfer point, you can secure faat
to pass the act. out ",, l lot, t.l 1 M,- ..'- Y ..i'hi, and in no time the pain was gone. I kin surface _iloee, nut help that direct aervice to points on the lines of the Southeastern Ka
slept peacefully' the rtst of the night." rauwl "" arhe or a lame burlcYou press Company.
should hen. Menlcan\ Muataiw. l.lnl-
...... ' _._.m.m- And it Is amazing-the quick, genuine : ment -Juiit try It one and you will never For further Information relative to rooting and metlxxls of t
A TONIC comfort that Sloan' gives to he without' It You will marvel' at IMtrantf indicating: transfer point addreae.otneaatern
COFFINS & CASKETS drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores every kind of muscular pain. power to ruijvvt pain without

And a Foil Line of I Energy and Vitality by Purifying and No need to rub. A little Sloan's "Imtilil burning' hat an'l this hlhitcrlnB nuirlral, pain Kvery reliever-home gap Company

the Blood. When feel Its patted lightly: on -and a healing tide It h**.tla rut hums. wound. **... f>rufful Jacksonville." Florid
LWerco*.r. Supplies Enriching you of fresh, germ-destroying blood begins ..i. and whoi..'alerS' roll Mining Unl-
strengthening Invigorating effect see how tingling through[ the aching place. II- rnonl or ran lut It for you

AUTOMOBILE HEARSE It brings color to the checks sad how tore you can believe it, the pain, swellIng -

Always OB handTks boat ...- it Improves the appetite, you will then stiffness are relieved and you feel SOTLTThASTEPLN.I[
yourself again. So clean and easy to
vie aa the lowest price Special appreciate its true tonic value. use, too. All druggists-33 cents. No Worms) In a Healthy Child

atUntlon to telegraph or. Grove's Tastel_ chill Tonic ls simply 1 All children troubled with Worma have ao er .

.... Registered EmbsJs w Iron aQd Quinine suspended In syrup. So I health color, which ladkatea poor blood, and alrtle. .
children like i It.: The blood 1 then la mora or less Momacb dtocurteoc <
pleasant 0
tl CKOVE TASTELESS TUNIC gives raanlaityla Express Company
DeWITT C. JONES needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to t. 1 two time. week* will enrich UM Wood baanm -
Enrich it Destroys Malarial germs and I the Otmtlaa,and act u s General Strewn!*-
STATICS. FL\ I Grip germs by its Strengthening Invigorating 1 .olo4Tonic co......_arec- thaw,will... .
off dlMiel.the sod tbeCbUd will WIs .
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Effect 60c. ....
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LITER 1' Dutch Government Plans

"Ah! well, the years sweep swifty on; [ Church Services I

Death's sickle does note may not, In Bulb
'I rest Reprisals Case

And does not spare the ioved, the best 1 1 ni IM MM i in 1 1 fllI

For any prayer, for any moan." ST. MARK'S

Mrs. J. F. Kit-kliter, Sr, passed I Holland Growers May Ask Restrictions On American

away Tuesday rnornin, November the St. Mark's Episcopal church: Sun Canned Goods

IMioiio 2U 2id: at her home on North WalnutSt. Jay services at 11:00: a. m.

., and although she had been in declining "
I health for several months past Result Of
e HAMPTON: : l Keen Irrrtation Is Embargo
her death shock I ; ;
JORDAN-TERRY came as a great to | Meets every Lord's Day at 10 a. m.

Hampton, Doc. 3.- :Miss Josie her family and friends. I Ifor Bible Study and Scriptural Com.

Mr. and \lrHEmllry: Ga. announce Claudius the Jordan.engagement Sceneger, of Woodbine, Ga., is spending The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon munion. See Acts 20: 7and 1 Cor. lit Refuse! License To Enter Exhibits At Exposition Next
()>Whluhum, at three o'clock at the Bup- 23-29 .
this week with her aunt, Mrs. J. ,
;' and approaching marriageof tlxt church, and was tended by a Year
M. Maxwell.R. .
their daughter: large: concourse of relatives, friends FIRST BAITIST CHURCH
L. Dirt and family, were the ,

\ SARA HUNTER to guests: of Mrs. Blrt's father, W. P. for and this acquaintances.estimable lady To and express.sympathyfor honor Sunday school' 10:00: a.m. I. ,j Washington, D. C.-Because ,

kl :MR. J. T. TERRY, of MillcdKeville Ga. Blrt la-I Sunday. her sorrowing family, the Bradford :Morning\ worship, 11:00: a. m. I.I NEW RIVER purtment of agriculture threat, ,
K. B. Waterson and who Sermon: Walking in Galilee.
family, I
the marriage to to solemlzed county high: school closed for the exclude the importation of nu: .
I have been located In the Allen residence B. Y. P. U. service, 6:30: m. Dec.
thirtieth p. New River 4 1925.Lawrence bulbs in the execution of nrllRued
December day at 12:30: and all .places of busi- I an
in the :Methodist church in Whigham.I I on Main Street, moved to the ness were closed during the funeral Evening worship, 7:30: p. m. I j I iWlpgina motored to Brooker Satur-_!I by the Secretary Wallac,

Friends ttf the couple will learn with residence belonging to W. B. Hicks hour. Sermon: A good Associate. day afternoon. IdcceancJ I II 'I Holland may attempt '_

I interest of the approaching event, and | this week. The funeral so-vice was conductedby Mid-week service, Wednesday 7:30": Messrs. Rayford and Elmer Bran- ''>: prisnl policy by requiring leg'

them hap- Rev. und !Mrs. E. S. Taylor left this Dr. J. J. p.m.We I ion health or certificates on ,
Will unite in wishing every 'I Bullen assisted by Rev. invite with nen and Nelson Uekle, of Lake Butler, in'
piness.-Florida Times-Union. I'I week for St. Cloud, where they ex- Thomas. Hansen. A quartette com. you to.worship us. were quests: of friends here Wednes- of American canned goods and
Miss Jordan has visited hero on several pect to mke their future home. Rev. posed of Mrs. A. E. Wall, Miss Thelma PRESBYTERIAN day afternoon !! fruits.

occasions, and she has many Taylor has been pastor of the First Snellgrove, Mr. I G. Powell and ,,
Mrs J. E. Adkins and children attended |I Dutch; bulb growers are said!
Rev. H. A. Tucker D. D.
who rhristiiin church here for the past Mr. John :Minister:
friends throughout county, Powell with Mrs. DeWitt)i
the show at the State Farm using their influence to '
ten month" He and his wife have I' Sunday school at 10:00: o'clock a. m. persim
Interest of her C. Jones
will learn with approaching as pianist very sweetly
minister of interior to intru ,
Thursdagnight. I 1'1
: marriage: and will unite in I|1' labon very faithfully while here, and TennyHon's immortal lyric, "Crossing Preaching service at 11:00: o'clock a. | 'i
ri and 7:30 1 Among those who were attending, measure requiring/ health "1'1'1 i i
will be greatly missed in religious : p. m.
wishing her much happiness j jDUKESTEEL the Dar, which was one of the .de.
business in Starke Saturday were: on imports. of American eann '
1 dries, leaving many friends who wish ceased' favorite the Prayer meeting; Wednesday at 7:30p. to (
gongs: ; quartette .
1 |I them much success in their new home.Mr. also sang "Swing Low, Sweet Char- m. N. G. :Moody, Emery Johns, W. M fresh fruits, as reported on N ,

I : [ Barbour, of Macon Ga., who iot" and "Abide with Me." Dr. Bullen Crlstlun Endeavor society meets at hedges I : and B. F. and Everett Kenfroe. ;, 14, by F. :M. Allport, commei! i

Mr. Harold D. Duke and !Miss Laura purchased a tract of land In the west preached the funeral and In 7:30: p. m. Sunday and the Junior En. L.-'L. Johns, of Sampsan City motored tache of the department of com,,
I'asre Rteel, of Rocklnfeham/, N. C., sermon his deavor here-Sunday. i at The Hague. This action >II
society meets at 7:30
I( ern part of town, Is having largo: buildings discourse ''paid high tribute to the vir : p. m. |
f were married November the 18th, the erected near the railroad. This tues of the dead. i A cordial invitation is extended to Mrs. :M. F. Wiggins, Jewel Wiggins I italiation against the ruling ol ,,ilci8sus I.

f marriage taking place In the !Methodist : building will br used for real estate Frances Dora Wainwright, daughter to all to attend the above services. and Alphie Hodges were visiting'i( bulbs from Europe win, I II

.. church at Rocklngham, N. C. 1 offices. It haM been contracted tocarpenter qf Jlr.[ and :Mrs. F. D. Wainwright: friends in lirooker Sunday afternoon. I wus planned to go into effect i1,'

The bride is a member of the Page It. D. Rawley, nt Green was born in Folkston, Charlton county METHODIST Gordon Wiggins of !Mobile, Alabama uary 1.Keen.
t: I (.1! family who liternture have boon and prominent government: | Cove Springs who will have it ready Georgia March 7th, 1880. She was Sunday school 10:00: a. m.; This is is here visiting his father, II, irritation among the I '
i American | In few G. C. bulb growers has resulted becau
oW usi a daY married to James! F. Kickliter July3rd Fifth Wiggins.P.
ifo- Sunday Orphanage Day
'hom,," Nelson Page, the noted writer ;
I I.. :Mrs. J. P. Sullivan and Mrs. I. J. 1899, in Starke, Florida and to to make your offering for B. Crews, of Lake Butler was the |the I refusal of a license permittui'entrance .
;' ia. cousin of Mrs. Duke's mother.; Mr.
a Pries were business visitors to Starke this. union four lions were born two this cause. guest of B F. Itenfroe Sunday.W. of a huge/ shipment of i
: .I Duke is R young man T>f ability nnd this week. ( intended for the Dutch exhibit "
of whom a'
survive her
ot is employed as civil emri-1 I I namely James F. Preaching/ at 11:00: ; Subject: "Some M. Hodges was the guest of his
'i presort Mr. and Mrs! S. M. Simmons left Kickliter Jr., and Charles Lucian Achievements sesquicentennial! exposition of I'
by the rflate\ Road Depnrment. i i i of Starke Methodist daughter: Mrs. C. L. Atkinson,
y" veer lest Saturday for Sparr, where !Mr. Kickliter. Such are the fails. connected Church this year." Waldo, Sunday. otl i delphia next year. The Dutch go, '.r' ,
:Mr. nn,1frll.! ore nt presentat "
meat has announced its declaim,
I L.I' Simmons hall accepted a position as with the life of the deceased, Epworth League, 0:4: : preaching I
F.. p. m.j;
J the home of Dr. and Mrs. Miss Inez and Thelma Brannen, o withdraw: all
l: telegraph operator with the S. A. L., but words can not express the beautyof / at 7:30.'llubject: "Come and See." I participation in th< .
i Biggs, on North Wai.lut Street. I I Lake Butler were guests of friends partition including the
Railroad. her life and the influence she has Sunday is our last day before An. here last week. proponed !.

MRS.!=! 0 L. BEASLEY (| :Mrs J. P. Potts who has been In had for good. She possessed a sweet nual Conference. Let's have a full Mrs. Wilson Atkinson, of Donald- mnnent. colonial exhibition ill I'I Idolphin. '

ENTERTAINS Staro! for several weeks recovering /gentle disposition, was a faithful attendance at both services. Honville, Ga':, Mrs Vance Russ, of
from for wife, a devoted mother and a true Public cordially Invited. I
( an operation appendicitis, Brooker, were guests of friends here
I entert
s 6 The afternoon bridge club was I returne I to her Tome this week friend. She was unusually In loved by Tuesday.Mrs. CAR STRUCK AT CURB .,
tamed by Mrs. O. L. Beasley in a most both members of her own family and The Ladies .
a I B. Y. Saxon and family, of POIII..ano.lare Auxiliary of the Prell.bvtl'rian W. M. Hodges has returned
delightful manner at her home on her husband's family. Indeed, of churc
moving here this week they will) one will have their annual'Christmas
{ from Starke, where she has been at Saturday night t G. Meek.
: her
: Walnut str(>Wednesday afternoon ,occupy" the two. tory residence of !Mr. "We sister-in-laws all was heard" to say, Bazaar and cooked food the bed..ltIe..Qt her mother, Mrs. L. J. Lake Butler, drove ni. car dabs ,
from three to six Just leaned on Dora. sale Hull's Store
Croft Main Street. at Saturday after.
a embroidered i on Johns, who is ill. Buick coach belonging to N. Si t, "r .
-'c The first .prize, a lovely In young womanhood Mrs. Kick- Decl'mberth i
I :Mr. and :Mrx. O. Ilayner who have at 3 o'clock.
awarded Mrs. N. liter Maxie Kelley and sister Sarah visited berg parked at the curb in front
guest towel was joined the Baptist church and
been daughter: Mrs. I friends and relatives in Gaines- his store. Mr. Meeks made the t .r- ,
T. J. Alderman since that
while time has
Mrs. been
/ a consecrated
Valdosta returned
Ga., to ville last week. i at the street and acrordn
was consoled with a dainty tea towel. worker for the :Master and his REATLY TRANSFERS corner,
their hme here last
Saturday.Elder Floyd Wiggins motored to Starke I his statement, pulled out his wat, n'
Sated; nuts were served during the cause, taking especial interest in the -
i J. P. Haner, of St. Cloud has 'I Saturday p. m. note the time, when his car struck! 'r
; At the close delicious mind work the children. j
al game. a among The Sun- G. W. Saxon and wife to :Maud, James
!purchased the 'arge Saxon farm, just Misses Ella Mae\ Hazen of Gainesville parked vehicle before he was awes, '
e conrsp rnnsixtlng/ of chicken salad, bean Band, Girls Auxiliary and Royal Taylor Lots I 5 fl 7 8
in Blk
11, in .
saltines ', east of town. lie has accepted the children's and Canty Oliver, of Pine Hill, it. He had an estimate made n'
landwlches-potato chip. pickles, organizations Hampton.
pnrtorntc of the First Christian church for were guests/, of Miss Sarah Kelley damage and put up the money to t
chocolate with church
and hot topped work have been In' E. W. ]Hayes[ and wife to N. Stern.
I Iof I i Hampton, and moved his family her Sunday.Mr. Thursday a Ford driven byl I
whip cream, was served. charge: for a number of years; <-rg: -Lot 7 Blk. 11 in Starke
in L. T.
here. Elder Haner and Mrs. Joe ,, Viola .
and family come she also Kelley, of Birmingham Sweat ran into another u
active in
Those hoe was schoolwork
enjoying!: Mrs. Beasley's Sunday and Co's. add.E. \.
: to use highly recommended from St. and Ala, are guests of friends and I the Call and Walnut street corneI
pttality were: l\Tl'MdllmPR F. L. Tur many up. and call her | I
Cloud where hrve six L. Biggs:/ and wife to A. K. Stringrfelow relatives here Little
q ner J. M. Mitchell J. C. Robinson, R. ,i previous to this.they spent years blessed" _for the good deeds she did -20 acres 7722. this week. I damage: was none either i ,n'

F. Demirrest. J. L. Peek, L. Wymnn '; among!: the sick and unfortunate. She I -
1 Thomas Dyal and family from South bore her intense D. C. Jones and, wife to Lewis
'1 K M. Johns, J. Killian T. J. Alderman sufferings: bravely
''I t 1\[. Inmnn A. Z. Adklnn. N. Stern- Florida, but formerly'! of Hampton and with quiet resignation that touchedthe Hendry and Co.-Lots 2 and 3 Blk. 22 --

\ h berg, and Miss Aileen Alvarez. i! are moving here this. week. They are ', hearts of her loved ones, and in in Stnrke. GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
--- locating in the large Allen residence the words 1 W. T. Weeks, et ala, to W. M.
{ I that was recently purchased by Mr. of Edgar A. Guest: Wainwright, A. W. Anderson, F. F.
t "Then the angels came and they :' & RITCH
: Stump-6 Lots in Starke in L. T. and
\Ik j Dyal.Mrs.: J. R. Colley, left last Saturdayfor Took her lovely soul away i t,I Co's. add. REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
t From the torture house
Practical Instruction of
I : I Wlldwood, where she will spend As we'd prayed they brought clay, j i !Mrs Edna Lewis and husband to INSURANCE" COMPANIES. FIRE,

\ j HOME SEWING I II several weeks. I I I : release E. W. Hayes-Lot 7 Blk. 11 in Starke ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE\

I f .' Mr. Hicks and Mozelle McG ruder i 1''In L. T. and Co's. add. BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

1 ; By Ruth VVycih Spear I who are attending the University of Smoothed But our her pain brow shall with gentle peace", : Eva A. Killian and husband to R.
1 Florida, spent the week-end with never cease ', F. Clark-Lots 1, 2, 3, 12, 13; 14 in PROMPTLY 't''
She leaves
to her !
J: Iheir'parentu. mourn untimely Blk 17 in Starke in L. T. and Co's. add.
b l' r'r\' I i J. E. Striker, a guest of Hampton. death, her husband, J. F. Kickliter, R. A. Green to H. R. .Nobles-1 lot I

: f hotel spent several days In Jncksdi-<< Sr.; two sons, J. F. Kickliter, Jr., and in Starke, Bay and Jackson Sts. "
Lucian Kickliter three sisters
ville this week. ;
Mrs. Annie Kiesewetter to G. :M. In-
;1 '
Rev. Widhnm of Gainesville Mrs. T. D. Griffin, !Mrs. T. L.
inan-9 acres 21622.
nt the :Methodist[ church last Sunday Woodward, qf Jacksonville Mrs. E. A. E. Wall and wife to P. M. Bare- :: We can charge your
L I K. Rodd, of San Antonia, Texas, two
foot-Lots 0.8 Ulk. 13 in Starke. YES HR
brothers, J. Wainwright. lt.. of Jack. 8

tt .,, nual_ The Christmas Woman's bazaar Club will and hold supper its an.on :sonville Middlesboro, and, Ky.Lucian Wainwright, of Howe Robt.-Lots F. Clark 12-13.14 and Blk.wife 17 Starke to J. I Storage Battery In tJ.i iSmith's ,

4 L. T. and Co's. add.J. .
; i Friday December 11th, at the club On account of waintinir!: for the
J. Silcox and
wife W. M.
building. Opening at two o'clock coming of her brother, Mr. Lucian'

there will be on sale fancy articles of Wainwright: the interment Was not ,I I, Wainwright acres in 23-6-22. StarkeFla.
various kinds. until 'j D. W. Pinholster and wife to A. J. Garage
i Thursday morning at Nlne.thlr.1ty ''Sowcll Lots
10-11 Blk. 13 in Ward
if. Lovely hand-emhrr4dered, linens, at Crosby cemetery in the family I, '
i11y I ity. ";,flq- A
hinge!!: you have been select lot. I .
for Christmas gifts. Prices reasonable.At The active pall-bearers were: I, Lake Kingsley Development Co., to

six o'clock supper will be served Messrs. J. !M. Brownlee. E. L. Biggs, Walter R. Jordan-Lots 12.13 Blk.

cafeteria style. You may select what H. L. Brownlee S. S. Dowling, J. T. 7 Lake Kingsley Heights.

I you want of baked ham, salad, chicken Quigley II. M. Snyder. Honorary pallbearers I, Walter R. Jordan and wife to Foy

'. pilau, sandwiches pies, cocoa and cof- : Messrs. A. M. Darby, G. W. \Iizzelle-.Lots: 12-13, Blok 7 Lake

Alderman L. W. Kickliter E. D. Card Kingsley Heights.J. .

fee.A beautiful Christmas tree will be L. C. Powell W. T Week Undertaker W. Andrews to Floyd Green-Lots

y f I one qf the features of the evening. in charge, DeWitt C. Jones. 'I 3-12 Blk. 14 Starke in L. T. and Co's.

1 I Gifts for young and old. Come enjoy Many handsome floral pieces of add.L.. a+tAP'tielf : I
the fun. the choicest flowers that could be obtained H. Hill and wife to J. H. Wil II I

: I were sent to dock the casket liams-40 acres 13522.
:TiH I i :MRS. CEI.IA ELIZABETH: : CREWS and cover the newly-made grave. ', J. S. Griner and wife to J. H. Law-

( ( Their friends deeply sympathize with''' rence-Tract in Sec. 13822.

Ii I :\1 n. Celia Elizabeth Crews, wife of the family In their great bereavement John L. Harvey and wife to S. S.

I J. B. Crews, of Lake Butler, '''Passed and point them to a heavenly reunion Guilford acres 13522.. 18QSe-ULY,! SEJ' S. RANT1685

I : : to the great beyond Friday, October with their loved one. .|I I J. L. Harvey and wife to S. S. Guil-
1f1 130th. at the home of her daughter, foil-5 acres 19-5-2J.:
i ; Attending the funeral from out of l
i :Mrs. J. P. Dowling!!:, of Lake Butler town Wl're11.: : a 'irs, Walter (I I i I W. G. Seuls and wife to J. V. Jones On Sound Basis j

I Florida. Mac-Donald Mrs. T. Woodward, Mr. '-1-2 interest Lot 6 Blk. 30 in Hamp

She was born August!!: 12th 1854* and Mrs. James Wainwright and ton in Blanton's add.

I and was the daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. daughter Miss' Clara, Mrs. Leona I i|' Irving Wcrsaw to Dama Realty Co. After the War

I I Benjamin Sapp, of Long Bride She Wainwright and son, Cecil Mr. and'i -Tract 32722.
became a Christian at a very early Mrs M. B. Bishop, an of Jacksonville I i F. H. Dover and wife to O. A. Dover60

; i SLOT SEAMS.In I age: and since that time she has been :Mr.[ and Mrs. T. D. Griffin and son;, I 1 I'- acres 32-7-22.

the small plan at the right I I a faithful member of the Disciple Willie. 'of Paris Island, S. C.. Lucian Federal Lank Bank to D. E. Knight Soon after the civil war President II

..1 ..,.e have shown the process of making church Wainwright, Middlesboro.! Ky., :Mrs. I -20 acres 27522. Grant put this country on a sound financial

the slot seams that are used to I I On October 27th, 1872she was united Kate :Mills of Folkston, Ga., Mrs. J. Federal Land Bank to D. E. Knll'ht40 /, basis. On his recommendation
of the
trim tailorelcostumes. coopesspassed
I many more i In wedlock to J. B. Crews andthey '
acres 20522.25 2U-5-22. 'f
A. of acres
To make this kind of I Sanford Mrs Geo! an act "to t
I walked life's road together for Thomas, Lacy Kickliter and daughter Tax Deed to L. H. Hill-7 1.2 acres strengthen public credit,
will need of ,
seam you a stay strip
tha material a* shown at A. This I 53 yean. To this union were born 10 Miss Lacy Mae, all of Mr. and 15522.; 25 acres 15522.r and specie payments were later resumed. I

atrip should be cut as long as the children eight: of whom survive her, ,Mrs. P. E. Stranke. of Stuart Tux Deed to J. H. Lawrence-2 acres
1 seam i Is to be and about an inch I namely; Mrs. Jesse Caaon, Mrt.: J.P., 13822.. These are prosperous days In this land, i

and a half wide. The edges of the I Dowling, and :M. L. Crews, of Lake I Tax Deed to !M. Suires-120 acres and wise people are banking their surplus

seam should be turned back and I Butler; !Mrs A. M. Stabled.of Apopka Hew Ipaln Got 'urns. 12.5.22: 290 acres 9.8-22; 40 acres 25- I

,_. basted to the stay strip so that ; Jeff T. Crews, of :Naples.: ; Mrs. A. ap.ID. etymoloKlcallT.. meaN Bat I cash. ;;
pe there iI a narrow opening or slot P. :\[001'1.1'1.. Mnston: Hayes of Mt Peninsula. The word Is. swordIng Deed to R. A. Green-1 Lot in '
a between them. The stitching as :Moore Haven and Querney Crews. to good authority derived from Starke. Bank your money today and be pre i

lp shown at B and; C la usually mado' I She was known to her many friends the Punic Shitfnn-rabblt This animal Tax Deed to J. M. Trub'j; -10 acres pared (for any eventuality. I
k about
of Inch ,
thr-eijrhtji an I
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from the edtfe- us, "Mother: [ Crews" and was noted for has been M>ry nnnwon in Ucountry. > 14-7-20; 40 acres 2-7-22; 2 Lots in
I .. her many knidnes+e... She was a devout Starke In L. T.
It !, always best to press a ;:bllCIr"I I often 'ilmroyUig; ,. wnoi and Co's. add.
l I s' of this kind both before and Christian. and was a firm believer crop frtenn!: f. -ivt, wr kept to Tax: Deed to W. T. Weeki-20 acres

1 ; It is btitclud. in all civic righteousness, and 1, drive hiiinlinnls I .",iir of their holes. 18622. '
I READFRS.Ruin: WYFTH OPFAH I will be greatly missed. in that community
? / TERN Illmralnl AND MmpHUt riTTIMU""ALTII.K'SUt.' U frFh.'ll- I although she is gone, her influence :, %. ..I.I" Sl.MMlKl'; il.ll.. Anna Kinney-21 acres 23721. Bradford County Bank

a..r ,..r dr. *........... ............ Writ will live In the lives of others. John L. Harvey and wife to A. K. -'
\' li.r In are .f 'hi. ....10...... __,.. Rev. W. E. Daugherty. of Starke'\I. MON "' ..tamorphula.Mall Lorosaian acres 15.5-22. Bradford
''a I i sP tu p..pkl.L. conducted the funeral services, and she '. wed to have n hobby. Now ttft J. Hampt.on'Jones to G. M. Inman2 County' Financial Stronghold

, I was laid to rest in Crews cemetery. baa a bobby It U a tlu..L .. acres 21622. Established 1889 STARKE FLA.rr. .




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'''1"i I Miss Ethel Griffin has been confined RAINS HEAVY IN : SoNS TRAIN SCHEDULE

\ '' to her home several day with an (Continued from page !.) :

I'':; atack of the grippe. We are glad to ANT-A- | The dance pavilion at the end of I I Schedule changes; 12:01: a. m. Sunday -

Bits of IoCalIniormatioij report her better at this time. C- On! Jacksonville Beach pier with about i Nov. 22, 1112r", and trains will

f ten feet more of the pier structure'j I run as follows:
i broke loose with
I Shoes bought at Sternberg's No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa due
I fit and wear well. Try them for; about 8:20: o'clock yesterday morningand Starke 12:30: A. M.
+t1ii your next pair. I was swept southward in the strongcurrent No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa due

I to a point three-quarters of a Starke 12:47 ,
c-I\1.:; .. Concerning Our People Business and Hugh Brownloe. Jr., who is attend- \VANTEU-Room and board with mile down the bench, where the wreck. : a m.
I No. 15 Jacksonville to St. Petersburg
of private family in nice home. Apply
Progres the County and Town. ing Stetson University, DeLand, age was washed ashore.
Bradford due Stnrke 12:17: p. m.
County Telegraph.FOR
"Florida, spent the Thanksgiving holidays Two hundred and fifty feet of the No. 30,1( Jacksonville to West Palm .
here with his parents, Mr. and outer end! of the Atlantic Bench pier
I I SALE._-Missionary strawberry Beach duo Starke t O>::5!> a. m.
'I:: :Mrs. H. L. Brvwnlee.o about 3:30
was swept away : in the No.2 Tampa to Jacksonville due
thousand. :
plants, $2.50 Roy
i' Weather report for week ending Mi. .. per morning: and the shore end of the
unu .lira. iJ. iiimer of i>a,; Kalch Fla. 12.4-21 Starke 4:36 A. M. ',.'
December 2, 925. .1- i .. ", t .? ,i. u-r part "i win.ent Legal blanks for aale at the Telegraph Hampton pier, including a lunch stand and! fishing : No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville duo .. .

Nov 26 71 38 .00 \. uii" viaituib reaktves.. | office. i FOR KENT< =" -Furnished rooms, Mrs.. tackle store. 0 Starke 4:12: p. m.

Nov. 27 74 113. .00 I' i M. Leviton, at Partridge house. 11- I No. 80-1 West Palm Beach to Jack- .
Nov. 28 67' liS Trace The Starke school will hold its rrgu- -
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u V.' :tho: i- 272t. silnville duo Starke 6:08: p. m.
Nov. 29 64 41! .00 v. tic: .'. on- : le with Lietenantand : : >lIar sthonl sessions today (Friday), af- : Season for RelolclnoRighteousness I. No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville.
Nov 30 63 III .08 !Mrs. T. L. Johnson: |Itar having been closed for three days ,j I WANTED--Lightwood any length tried by advri-Nlty bas 'duo Starke 8:47: a. m. !

Dec. 1 51 48 2,25 on acocunt of heavy rain and the I I N. B. Hull Starke. food, grounds fur glorying' In Its sorrow I 1 No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key

Dec. 2 6-1 112 .00 T. J. Alderman of Waldo, spent furnace being out of order. I -sot-'toAmong I I I'due Starke 6:11: P. M. /
Total Rainfall for week 2.33 Inches Sunday here with his I FOR RENT-Furnished for '
wife who has I' room ; i "Starke &; Wannre Branch"
apartments on Walnut Street.s j Mrs. E. W Hayes and little son, rent. Water, lights, bath, 75c per those attending the meetings!I No. 101 Leaves Starke 7:40: A, M.
H. D. Wasdin, of Graham, was In and Miss Myrtle Strickland spent of the Trl-CoUnty! Federation of Women's |I
day; $3.00 per week It. S Hum No. 102: Arrives Starke 3:15: P. M.
town Saturday lit last week !In Ocula, visiting I Clubs here Monday[ w.'rl'IrK.: .
All kinds feed, hay, alfalfa, fertilizers part phrey. It. '
H. Rlte'h11'8.: A. Z. Adkln. Mrs.!
brick, N. B. Hull their sister Mrs. L. A. Weekly. While
Ja". C. Williams and Morgan Fields, there they attended the Marion Coun FOR SALE Island \\akeficld cabbage IJ. E. Mhldlt'ton.\Ir"! Griffin, Mrs.( iJ i .

Thanksgiving in Jacksonville. Fair. plants Jl.So per 1,000; ruta- Davis of Starke; Mrs( Louis H.
spent Mrs. W. II. Smith, of Sampson City ty Judge. Are you the defendants
gnga plants, $1 ::0\\) par 1,001)() C.I"'h Hill, Mrs. W. E. Tonxlo, Mrs. A.
was visitor that
a to town Saturday after Ox-No sir, I'm just the one
Everything for your Xmas fruitcake noon. I I Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph R. F. !>., Starve. It* Smith, Mrs. J. T. :Moonof Lnwt
at T. and P. Store. !! office. Union County Times Nov. 27th.

I TF.D-o'amily=" to look after dairy --

S. A. Bryan, of Baldwin, was a Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Roane, of Tampa Arthur I. Gould, of Hampton, was j and do form work. Good house .
the week-end here
visitor to town Saturday., spent at transacting business here last Friday. i Wages at dairy and share crop! or Battery Charging
home of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkn!
Mr.' Gould is from Cocoa and has recently wages on farm. Apply Green's I II i

purchased the Hampton Hotel I Dairy Starke. 124tf. I
Mrs Vance Runs, of Brooker, spent We keep Dorsey'v fresh, baked and expects to make Hampton hid :,

Monday in town. bread every day. 2 large loaves for,, home. FOR SALE-Homo power cane mill, S 11)11rS oorviccS
25c at T. and P. Store. I -
Buy bicvcle for Xmas I $20.00; single barrel shot gun il.OO;
from Merton your I Mr. and :Mrs. R. J. Wiliams and 6 cylinder Willys touring! Car. F. J. .
('ark. Mr. and :Mrs. Harvey Heathcoo, of daughter of Zephryhills have recently Puttee, R. F. D. A, Stark.'. Fla. 11-27 Guaranteed Service and Satisfaction

Plant City were week-end guests at moved here, and are locate d on I Ii 2t*.
R. R. Thede of Lnwtey, was a visitor the home of his uncle, E. L. Wilson. I |
to town :Monday I I i, Seventh street. They are favorablyimpressed '| I Agents EXIDE Batteries Phone 87STERN'S
with Starke and may locate LOST-Strayed or stolen Monday : :
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and hero permanently. I
morning, one Black Setter Dog--
E. C. Long, of Bushnell was trunsacting children were visitors to Jacksonville

business in town Tuesday., Friday.Mr. I Everything new in ladies shoes Lout seen Monday at E.morning E. Canova's If found residence / GARAGE ,

I at Sternberg's.Miss return and! get reward. Morgan i
Beautiful line of hats! at, $3.50 and Hornbeck, of Keystone Heights, I II
$:,;.00 at Marguerite's. Shoppe. .was a prominent visitor' to town Mon Alice Tharin of Madison( spent, Fields, Starke Fla., It. I
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I day. the week-end here with friends. :Miss'
FOR SALE--Good farm New River. ,
:Miss. Eva Williams nn
of Hampton,
Tharin member of the
was a school)j ISO Lake City-Palutka
was in town Friday afternoon American fence wire, Hull' Store. faculty here taut your, and has many Pnlatkn acres highway on One cow, one J. R. DAVIS I &CO.INSURANCE .

friend* here who are always gIRd to
I horse farm impliments, 300 bushels
11 :Mr. and :Mrs.Junius Smith, of Wal Friday and Saturday Specials, lov- welcome her visate.Jacksonville '
corn. All to I'ell together. W. T.
do, in ''
were Wednesday ely assortment of Silk Dresses $10.73'
Turner Lake Butler, Fla. 11-20-41
at Marguerite's Shoppe. '' Nov. 20,-George Draw

W. M. Wainwright spent Tuesday In Hy Fort Pierce, Described by policeas :I FOK SALE-150 acre farm 80 acres I

Jacksonville. I S. E. Bennett, of Hawkinsville, On., one of the most notorious bootleggers -,I in cultivation 100 acres fenced.! 7 AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886
Is here on a few days visit with his' in Florida, was at death's door room house, barn, other Outbuildings,'
J. E. Stryker, real estate developer, brother G. H.
Bennett. today following an alleged bootleggers' 3 miles southwest of Lawtey, 3-11 I
of in the i I
Hampton was city Thursday.
i shooting affray the outskirts
on mile went of state road 13. Apply STARKE FLA.
I Mr. and! Mrs. Laurie Edwards, of of this I ,
city last night. E. L. Crews Route 1, Box 76, Law- ,
Mrs. J. T. :Moore, of Lawtey, was ,Jacksonville, spent the week-end here I
ley, 11.20-41:
| in town Wednesday. with relatives. I I I four color lithoyraphed syrup label,

printed with your name and complyingwith -I'se the Telegraphant/ \d.- -
Young men's suits from $17.00 Exquisite canton crepe satin and ; the law, full length and half I

; up at Sternberg's. flat crepes at $I 6.75 don't miss this1 I size nt the Telegraph office. Dick Rice, of Tampa, left here by mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWood;

wonderful oportunity at Marguerite's. motor yesterday to the week.'
Mrs. John Shriver, of Brooker, i Shoppe Friday .and Saturday. Miss Frodrira Struth and! brother spend q
I end with :Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Ueusley,
[ was visitor to town
a Monday.
Elmo Struth arrived here Thanksgiving '
at Starke. Mo. Heasley is a daughter: Wanted
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmor Holzendorf of Day from their home in Starke 1 Ito of Mr. and Mrs. Dunlcn.-Tumpn'I
Miss Isabel Bullen, of Titusville i Oranga; City spent Thanksgiving'here spend the week-end with their, Meaning Tribune, Nov. 27. .
[spent the week-end here with her with the formers parents Mr and brother-in-law and, sister Mr. and'
5 mother Mrs. J. J. Bullen. :Mrs. C. S. Holzendorf.
i Mrs. J.
'ohnaon.-Plant City Cour- Contracts for deed, chattel mortgage -
lirginning: October 1st., we will pay $6.00 per Cord
ler Nov 28th. /
option contracts, war.
:Mrs R. A. Newsom sent the latter Mr. Chas. Stearns of .
Leesburg, ranty deeds retain title note", tur. I". O. II. Jacksonville for first class four foot lightwood
J part of last week in Stuart visiting i was In town during the week-end visiting .
W. J. Epperson returned Friday| pentane leases, etc, for sale at tho suitable for retort purposes, and four foot oak
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Andreu. i at the home of his uncle, N. B. evoni 'g from. lUirtow where he Telegraph office. I
]Hull.( 1 I called to attend the funeral of his. ': wood, $5.00 T>cr cord, F. O. II. Jacksonville.

Get your winter coat at Stern- niece Mi*. Iva Epperson Lewis I'tIr..1)
berg's priced from $10.00 up. First class merchandise priceis Lewis bus. visited in Stnrke numbers la,Mr.Minn.and who Mrs.have J. W.been Logan visiting, of Tchuj Mr. I j''I We purchase nod twelve month. !In the year and always' endeavor

I Sternberg's motto. of. times and her friends. here regret' Logan's sister, Mrs S. E. Drownlw. I to give full measurement and make return promptly.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinsqn and '
'I to henr of her death. !" left Saturday for Palatka to visit | When making shipments mail us copy of your bill of lading.
; Chilean, spent Friday in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Buford,
Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long
'here they attended the State Fair. I and little daughter of Jacksonville, Get jour patterns at Stern.1 I accompanied to Palatka by were Mrs. ':
|spent Thanksgiving here with rela- be t they cost less. '
rg In'
| Brownleo who will .spend awhile
Mrs. Jones, of Interlachen, has been' lives. I Florida Wood Products Co.
Pulatka with her daughter :Mrs '
here visiting her friend, Mrs. Emma I !Mr. and Mrs. A. C. (Durdi-n, ant I I'' Long. |

Richard. !Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Terrell and children daughter bliss i Jeanette Durdfn and I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

of White Springs spent the I I
Mrs. H. A. Tucker nml. Mrs. W. E. week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. 11. Habitual Constipation, CuredIn =
'I R7>dmmQiIDmiQi: mmmmmm tOmmmmml0mm5d>aBaoanjffiuuJUjajiBauDajajajaiajaiiDniaiffiaiiBa(
Davis spent Friday afternoon in the Y. Brqwn.( I I I 14 to 21 Days ...
University city. : "LAX-FOS WITH! 1'LI'S.IN" is a sperlally- .
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:Mrs. J. W. Edwards and children I I prepuredSyrupToiiicLaxutivaforllitbitua1Constipation. ---

Lacy Kfckliter and family of Stuart, spent the week-end with her parents, i !It relieves promptly. and
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daya
came Wednesday to attend the funeralof Mr. and !Mrs. S. J. Prescott, of Sampson I
i; t-fA'' u'-i-l ......oRc'OVsR to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Mrs. 'J. F. Kickliter, Sr. City. A 0"
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Tilde UOc(
I /' WON A tibSGI I our buttle. -A Checking

Men if you like for your i During the holdiay's, with every-i woRe P\TX.X.1..1I\ CCerrfitiI <: ---

clothes to fit try Sternberg's for $2.50 purchase at T.. and! P. Store, a''

your next suit. one pound layer cake will be given PAINTINGFinished

free. j ,oI Account of
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Reddish, spent I I contract painter, will also do

part of last week in Jacksonville, !Miss Ruby Mae Poppell, of Minis, repair work In connection with paintIng. -

where they attended the State Fair. spent the Thanksgiving holdidayrhere i, I

( with her parents, Mr. and :Mrs.J. \ All work satisfactorily guaranteed
Mrs S. T. Dell, and children of H. Poppell. HER OWN!

Gainesville\ were visiting relatives I I '
here during the week-end. School supplies at Johnson's Cash. ,I I II. J. J. Hall, F1

Store. I 'I
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Groceries, fruits, vegetables, Hull's I.I Box 674
Store. Mr. and !Mrs. J. F.. Futch of Defend I I I IT HAS ADVANTAGES!
spent the Thanksgiving holidays here ,,
Beatrice; Bullen. of Norman Park, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L.IBrownl For SaJen- I To give a checking account just for the sake of givingisn't
Ga., is spending-thin week here with e. I IEverwear I -
I a good recommendation. The Lest reason for
her mother, Mrs J. J. Bullen. SUB DIVISION Cold Cause Ojlp and Influenza opening

-- ho.sieYy! is sold onlyat OF 22 LOTS LAXATIVE BNOMO QUININE T........ , a checking account for your wife and depositing( a gift sum

AT THE Sternberg's; it will pay you to'' On Highway Within City Limits of I lb. "UM. Th.r. !. only" OM "Bromo QuInine." for starter is because---
try a pair. I i iMr. E. W. CKOVE!; S .1010..'....oa..boa 3lci a ,
Hampton FJa.
"MOVIES"Lets I I ---- a cancelled is a receipt!
: and Mrs. Wm. G. Struth and lit

tie daughter, Shirley, of Jacksonivlle, j I All Convenience Renew Your Health ._
Go! spent Thanksgiving here with his 1 j i it saves carrying sums of money in the home or purse

Thursday and Friday-JACKIE parents Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Struth. I I Florila Heal Estate Co. i I by Purification that may be lost!

labels all kinds and size I ---- saves running to the bank" for lo unexpected -
COOOAN, in a. romance of !golden Syrup :at I Box 534 money pay
J youth, royal love and thrilling adven the Telegraph office. j Macon, Georgia Any physician will tell)) you that"Perfect bills!
I Purification of the
ture. In which Jackie appears as the Sye-

boy prince of everybody's dreams amid Mr. and! Mrs. J. !M. Alvares and 1 tern is Nature' foundation or _m sending a check thru the mail is safe It also saves
the sensational intrigue of a Balkan family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Murden. of Perfect Health." Why not ritl
court. It is a magnificent production Orlando, spent Thanksgiving day in yourself of chronic ailment that time and the price of a money order!

reflecting the romantic splendor of Jacksonville.C. American Lunch are undermining your vitality render :
-- we accurate monthly statements which
a far-off kingdom and Jackie, as Purify your entire nyntpni, hy l taking -
Crown Prince Otto has the biggest W. Barber, of Hampton, who m a thoriMifrh cnurHtj of Cjlotubi, home accounts in order!

role of his career. connected with the development work Where Will We Eat At The --once or twice a week for several

Saturday-No hill too steep; no going Starke. on there Tuesday.Mrs. was. a business visitorto AMERICAN I LUNCH ", <. !{_and .*"*. how Nature re- A CHECKING ACCOUNT IS CONVENIENT.

I rut too deep for "The Gasoline Cow warts you with hi-ulth. SENSIBLE AND SAFE!

' I'' boy." at The Gaiety.Don't : F. L. Turner and sister, Mrs. I (lIOt8" are thf greatest of all
:Mamie Garris, and daughter spent COURTNEY: & LIEKENO: _svateru purifiers. Jet It family

_. get married until you have several days of the past week in Jacksonville Starke Fla. pucka. containintr full direc-
, Theatre, STARKEThe
"SEIGE" at Gaiety
seen with realtlve, tionfl, price 3': ; CTH. ; trial package,
I : and
next Monday Tuesday. 10 etA. At aii' d rise htore. (Adv.)

," COMING-Glorious-GLORIA SWANSON Dr. J. H. Coffee and Carl B. Bate, Bank of Helpful Service

In "Her Love Story". Gloria asa of Arcadia real estate men, were visitors T... q...... That D.e. "Nit' Affect Tfc* fold WE PAY 4 PER CENT ON SAVINGS
.. To Cur. a Cold tm CUM tmj
': to Starke this week. Both gentlemen .. ,
real honest-to-goodness queen-now n"l: 6a0M0 QL.ININLdti&bMlal!; r.... LXXATJVE BROMO QUININE CT._' tOM
l isn't dish to set before Invested in Starke property while can b* u.rm i
that a dainty Y III CouMh; .d tlMdach sad <> I-14
the king? here purchasing several lots. IL.;to:aa..d E.w..cRuYESii/niuui seye3Ly (fU. e.!; w wove's ____.. .... 3S" .


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Farmers and Farming About I/out* i I Meal Fertilisers- Highest '

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.. Quality!
Thing You Should KnowN I .

ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO I IDEAL BRANDS have led, the State for thirty years. Order early and

fl BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY ( I avoid delays caused by congested freight conditions.

II N I I Service Organization Available to Vegetable Growers

IMI'KOrElt GINNING LOWERS did not do credit to the county which I iiir rift I WE OFFER to the vegetable growers of Florida through our subsidiary,
GRADE i it represented and of which the coun-
COTTON'S- : ty might not Justly be proud. Exhibits I Ii I Florida Agricultural Supply Company the services of Dr. M. D. Leonard,' '

Washington, Nov. Experiments | : from Duval, Calhoun, Clay, Taylor John Joeeph Oslncs, M. D i i an Entomologist and Plant Pathologist of high repute,

the agriculture depart- Jackson, Gedsden and others ((1can't
conducted by IF
ment have shown that improper ginning remember them all off-hand) INFLUENZA TROUBLES arise in the field, tell us about them and we will give you

of cotton often lower the grade ,did honor to these counties and North The onset of influenza Is Invari- the most up-to-date method of control.

d of the product from one to two grades, Florida as a whole. Exhibits from ably sudden and Intensive.; There
i and that careless handling, improper Dade. and I'ulm Beach counties up- arc no \vurnings of its approach.One OJJR PRICE LIST NO. 29 will be sent upon request.

wrapping. and other| improper methods ]held the honor of the southern part point, ee which we are reasonably -
which result in "country dama e" ,of the state. certain in, that the Infection
I combine to reduce the market value Boys' Clubs exhibits again showed enters the system thruthe breath- Wilson-Toomer
of the crop. 1 that some of the junior members of Ing the gargle passages.and nasal During douch epidemics should ; Company
The department recommended that the farm firms of the state are step-
be used freely after all ,
i farmers take concerted action to establish ping out ahead of their tried and as a possible preventive. exposure Contact; Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
better ginning. methods, maintain true senior partners. Russell Hender with suspected cases should bahcrupuiouely i
$' pure planting seed, and obtain son, a Madison County club boy, grew : a\ if possible.
mire uniform handing:: of their 'pro- ZHOU pounds of seed cotton on hill Luigc or fc.null public gal erlnjrs, : -

:_ duo e as a means to obtain better prices. acre this year, a mark that might: here a dozen 01 more are coughing : ----------======-===== _.. __

"Public Kinnern," the department's well be shot at by farmers all over are very darxrc.-oua, and, traveling II'-II'H = --
I statement said, "may know the best the state. in over-hcr.e,1 t ams that are I '

technic of ginning cotton, and yet There was an especially fine lot usually crowded, often scatters. I UP __ .
be unable to put it into practice because of boys' club.pigs on hand. Pig club rniK! of influenzal germs.Vea'ne __.-=.=:..:::-' _
\ ,,,> is the prcdornirnntsyrptominured
of their purtonx." work in the state has been greatly expanded ,, tha may be the I % \IDrl \

u.. FRIEND during the past year, and only liagno Uc symlom. No other .
1 !Madicon had of the keenest : URRY PA
i hawk county some ti ,P:.-O p:- ,I A rural mail carrier shot a it has had. The rib
competition of IS
thoroughly: from its moment onb9l. 'TNE iioAD
.F on the road the otlieaav and when he bons hud not been awarded the day ',..cro i i. nothing' like this .A BTINGCRow 1 !
went to pick It up, the supposed deadbird we visited: it, and so we do not know weakness."' Sometimes there is. fe- CMT/
: took a >peck that put out his who finally won. vr-at other times none, or so
f' eye-for which n<>ono can blame the The home demonstration exhibit little its to escape" notice. Active r
1 f'r hawk, says the Salem, Oregon, Cap showed that the women have been delirium is common in febrile cas- NJ@ PONJC
;. ital Journal. \ I es. It is in this stage; that pneu- .
right on the job, working hard to
monia if at all.
This federal employe broke several supervenes
keep from having to work hard.
( i laws and regulations. It is against Absolute/ rest in bed is Imperative,
Cc/iHcrving farm products has cer- "I| should be resorted to promptly.
rules to carry a gun on duty, while| tainly received plenty of attention dur. Alcohol in diluted form,has proven -
delivering mail. It is a violation of ing the peAt year also, if the exhibits of inestimable value In the
the state law to shoot on a public; are to be taken as a criterion. treatment of influenza, if its use
highway./ A hawk is one of the most' The splendid work being done by is carried on until free sweating
t beneficial of birds and one of the' the Smith-Hughes agricultural teachers occurs It appears to be antagonistic -

farmer's best friends, daily destroyingits in the state was creditably llIu to the poison and is Useful
weight in vermin, and as it is useless truted by exhibits of a rumber of I In combatting the terrible w.ak-
4 as food, there (is no jurisdiction' ness Ik should only be used with
schools. Seems that
to ua wall the
4 observation of the
in its slaughter the advice and
As -result of similar wanton 1 finest Smitn-Hujfhen exhibit we have 'physician. Many doubt the efficacy -
I ,' slaughter of eagles, hawks and owls, seen of vaccines, though I have found II I
A number of individual farms had them o( great value in my eases,
1 :1 all bird that their existence I
justify ,'
very creditable entries also. and am never without them. Strict II
the balance of nature hits been destroyed 1a wise measure that
was some high class livestock quarantine *
and, a great increase in rab- on hand also, but entirely too should not be neglected, in localities II I
bits, diggers, gophers and mice is| much of this wall from states to the where influenza Is preval.nt.Good .
causing an economic loss to every north of Florida. Ohio, Tennessee nursing Is an essential upon
farmer In the land. All of these birds which too much emphasis cannot b.
and Kentucky brought their livestock:
should l be protected by the law to and Incidentally must have brought laid. I

1 prevent their extermination which is the first part of the week. Outside I
thrlItenened.II NEXT WEEKJ"A -
of the olir club Dim I unit some sl>len-
did Jersey's from l' Pennock'a WINTER TALKJ4 ..
.r SOME THINGS: ; TO UO ON THEFAlfM ; farm at ,
1 UUHI.NG DECEMBER Jupiter and the Milam Farm, it was
fR II- l.ard to locate any Florida livestock.

,Gainesville, i'la.-The following The poultry show mirrored the phe- """': '
brief suggestions by specialists of the nomenal growth of that industry In ;
causing citrus canker. the
1 Agricutural Extension Division ,\' the state in recent months. ; During

'), j. 1 serve to help remind Florida farmers Grapes, ''peaches, figs, pecans, pears,I paet year this department has also

l of some of the important' things to ba honey, ,syrup, corn cotton, peanuts, carried on an extensive survey of the

J "' 7' done on the farm this month. ,cane, Sutaumas, dairy products, poul- cocoanut bud rot appearance on the .

;k ;: DAIRYING. Home-mix :your try products, potatoes, citrus fruits, lower East Coast. .--'-.,,- :, ::
t. I I dairy ration with southern-grown feeds, in fact hundreds of different farm The port and railway inspection -

I' i. -a home-grown dairy feed for winter products, were there in quality array. department, now know as the quay .
}1 Is: 100 pounds ground velvet beans -- atine department has maintained a I
'!< 100 pounds''' grad corn (cob and shuck) DIGGIN' IN close watch on plants end plant --l--'a //

100 pounds ground oats, and 75 pounds ucts entering the state from 1'1'0'1-1 ,
I, high grade peanut meal, to which add Some Interesting Sidelights On The"Diggin' states and countries to prevent 04v'j/I\J we",'_r@i ,,-
1 pound salt for each lot pounds feed. j 1 i In" of Florida Agri. eign plan pests from being
culture to a More Sub. duced. Florida has -- --------.------- ..
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HOGS.-All sows not bred 'in NoI -,I stantial Base. The aoairv insuection deoartment -_ BAN ON KILLING WOOD DUCK*?''en season anywhere in the United

"",' litters.vember should See that be the bred hogs now have for spring :1 IV.-Plant Police;: -Protect Products created) in activities 191U, bus charge;'of --beekeeping i: Opens Sport Arena Fa Ft'1R' r I HAS NOT BEEN LIFTED States during which they may be
warm especially the inspections
places for beds. free of dust. Feed From Pesky Pests. for diseases. j I Washington, N- [ hunted and killed. ,"
The 21.-Press
police of
a city guard its notices -
1 corn and tankage to meat hogs for ,pIe against property loss and pee help In all its work, the Plant Board Is I from Florida that the ban on Until such open seasons are provided

I two. or three weeks before butchering preserve their safety. The farmersof a regulatory body with police author. killing wopd ducks had been lifted, the proclaimed by the president -
A little
:I extra trouble in trim Florida also have a body of pollee I ity. Its chief function ia the control, are incorrect, says the biological survey the special protection afforded
I ming curing properly brings to I eradication and preveneiton of loss by United States Department of
; I ready sale for home-cured Still help them protect their crops ago these birds under the treaty remainsin
i I pork. against the 'plant Plsts.IJES'I'ltoY i riculture. Persons killing these beau.
not too late to plant and oats horde of theivcs, rogues force, and the persons killing them
for winter grazing.POULTRYClean: rape nad desperadoes in the form of insects tiful birds, says the bureau, are lia are liable to a fine of $500-or to both
houses and and diseases which take a toll GRUBS INBACKS ble!_to find difficulties.! fine and imprisonment.
up of millions of dollars annually and OF CATTLE; Under the treaty with Great Brit-
poultry equipment. Get a good) poul- I State laws or regulations providing -
try book attend nearest poultry in- would take a much larger booty but -in for the protection of migratory open seasons_on wood ducks are of
.. stitute. Be prepared; to breed and for the efforts to combat them and, Gainesville, Fla.-During Novemberand bird. which became effective in De- no effect, as the federal law, under
} keep more profitable layers. to keep their kind from entering and December in Florida ox warbloa cember 7, 916, wood ducks are giv- the treaty, predominates except in I
spreading in the state. or grubs make their en special protection, and the fed
+ the
liF.ES.-f'lx up an extra hive or two : appearance in I cases where state laws give greater
for use when sw.iims start emerging Tjhe, State Plant Board, which has backs of cattle and cattle raisers I eral! regulations do not provide an op protection to migratory birds. \

in spring. Do not wait until swarming headquarters at Gainesville, was cre- should treat cattle infested by this _
season to fix up, because it will ated by the Act of the Legislature,i peat, says Dr. A. L. Shealy, veterinarian -- _" n "1j 1\\
approved April 30, 1915.: The Act I for the Florida
then be too late. l Remember to look Experiment Station '(
inrhive superceded. the former nursery "
some warm day and see if'''
I queen is present, whether colony has spectlon act and enlarged the work In-I I Ox warbles are the larvae of the

I enough I'oney.' on hand to start brood an vided appreciable extent. The Act warble or Keeel fly, sometimes called
rearinr. If you do'not think there is members of the I the wolf fly. This fly Ii i about the : :
I o fControl I I
i enough food on hand, feed a syrup the Plant should also constitute the size of a large honeybee and is yel- j k
made of granulated sugar and water, Board. The Board held its lowish white in color. The legs are WANTED
,J first meeting at Jacksonville ,
1'', equal parts dissolved without boiling. 4, 1915. The immediate problem on May waa rough and covered with hairs tt :
This' will stimulate the and
colony the citrus canker.On In the spring and summer the warble -

) ," flow matte u stronger for spring noney May 10, 1915, another meeting fly deposits its eggs on the hair II t tI

,"' ; r was held and the work wall divided\ about the fetlocks, pasterns, knees .
I Set GROVE AND ORCHARD.-Citrus: into departments, as follows: Citrus and hocks. The eggs hatch in abouta I {
trees from nursery to grove. Be I Canker Department, Nursery Inspec- week very tiny, crawl to the base of
II 4. sure to head back
newly planted trees the hairs and burrow
tion Department through the
41 to from 14 to 16 inches. Bunk Department of En. I
trees skin. They wander
j tomolo y and Pathology Subse- through the tis-
well as soon as planted. Spray,' qucntl; another department was created sues of tho body and finally emerge Parties with trucks tocontract: the I
peaches, plums and pears with lime- that of Port and through the back of the animal. cut-
1 sulphur (Ito 8)) to kill San Jose scale. Railway Inspec-
I tion. In 1919, by I legislative These swellings or bumps the
Pecan: Pick and burn nil enact- on ting and hauling of Lath Il
up twig cutoff Cypress
r r i. by girders. Add! stable ment (Bee Disease Act) the depart backs of animals are well known to t I
4 manure. ment of Apiary Inspection and Bee cattle owners. At the highest point k
Irish GARDEN potato seed AND"before TRUCK.-Inspect Disease Eradication was created, of each swelling will be found a small : I : Blocks, we to f furnish the timber. Av-

planting; dis- making it hole, through which the larvae Trie mammoth new Madison
card all incumbent on the Plant will ft-
c treat with showing formaldehyde brown spots corrosive in flesh; I. Board to carry out the provisions of naly emerge. The cattle raisers can, Square Garden opens 1U doors to ; erage haul 4 miles.
sublimate Transplant. I the Act. by pressure on the base of the swelling sport throngs. Here is i Tex Kickard -

d lettuce; plant mustard cabbage English and I The citrus. canker eradication de.partment squeeze the larvae out. If the promoter, first posing he will in hockey regalia II We j
peas, port stage In also
hole is buy Blocks f. b.
radish. rape and turnips. I has had charge of the citrus not sufficiently large it can be new arena. Cypress o.
--.-----. grove inspection work and the opono 1 with a cterlilizcd knife. The
H AGRICULTURE AT THE citrus canker eradication. larvae should be killed as soon as I cars your loading point. Write or see
The nursery inspection squeezed out to prevent their burrowing Use '
.FLORIDA STATE FAIR department the Telegraph Want Ad.-
'. has charge of the inspection nur_ into the ground ntwt fnn>nl"n.*
B''; ', (By J. Francis Cooper) sery stmk t i. e. all woody- perennials I their; life eycld: e pin'i--warble '
a %'.. What the Florida State Fair at including palms and banana plants. flies to again infest cattle.

M e Jacksonville, November 19.28 lackedin The department of entomology has This method of dealing with the in.' CATARRIIAL DEAFNESS I i j

quantity, it had In quality. TheOffricultural made Identifications of rrevlous insects sect is simple and very satisfactory le often caused by an Inflamed condition
$ '! exhibits potrayed remarkably 'ollected by the field inspectors, but In case it Is impossible to adopt of Tubehen the mucous thla lining of the uatachla.n I : LUMBER MANUFACTURING
I well the diversified farming of chiefly of the nursery inspection and it, the larvae may be controlled to a nave a rumbling; tuba n.\a\ or Inflamed. 'Imperfect you i
the northern and western portion of port of railway inspection depart certain extent by applying spirits of tw hearing lInl... the Inflammation can
; the state, and also showed the citrus ments. I is upon the report of the turpentine to the swellings. A mix. strayed reduced forever., your h.arltg. may be de- COMPANY

;. and subtropical fruits of the southern entomologist that quarantines on nurseries tune of 1 part of kerosene and 2 parts do HALL'S what ..CATARRH tT'DICJNE111: I .
peninsula. are based. of lard Is also of claim for it-rid your system
effective Catarrh
to a degree. or L>afnnn caused I
1 To say that the county exhibits The department of pathology has Grubs of warbles Catarrh. HALL'S CATA HUM MtlDIOlNF by; GAINESVILLE FLORIDA"j I

I were good would be putting It mildly carried extensive laboratory activ flesh, reduction of the cause milk flow loss and of Catarrh baa been for aucceeeful over Fart In Tear the treatment O::
There was not a county exhibit that ities In connection with the organism damage Hold bv all drucKl't: i
to the hide. .' .
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Bradford county. Florida, described as follow i ar Cnn and drove A.o.I.Uon. Th. Florida that all persona whomsoever that may b*
The East quarter of loU Six (III and Eight Railroad Company J.m. Router and .no..Interested In th. property Involved In p
I-: Uncle Sam's Giant of the Air J. ((8\ of Itloclc Sixteen (I1t.' .described on the John M.R. .. Truftt*** for Florida Rull- thi. suit I follnwaiIn

plat or survey of the oriiiinal Town of Starke. road c .o.p.....Ion. Four of the de- County Florida
bounded. aa follows! '.nd.n. named In said bill unit In .mid aummnn D.o'
Commencing at the Southwest corner of *. nwln. to the failure of the aid corporation Couth half Twenlv-five ((18). II
Lot Seven of Block Sixteen ((110. and running ipct) officer or appoint" intent Township I Four (4) South Rang Twenty-two
.,7.Westerly along Call street .and owing I to the faIlure corporation | 2a 1 F-ast..
-J. T".i.nt>-alx feet and three Inch.. thence North to hays within the State of f.i: an officer I Also North hal of the North half of thaNortheast
I ly One hundred Flvo feet : thence Easterly, 1 or airent upon whom ".o. can b. eerved.I ."..r. of Section Thlrty-alx f I'll
_, tort and Inches t the North !land it aumiarlig that process cannot b* fterved .. I. Township (III) South. Bangs Twenty.Iwn *
corner. of lotFlve or.IMock thence I ISoutherly upon Mid o"N..tlon.. for the failure of ] one hundred,t Five feet I i M it! o.o..tlon. to .,., off errs. or appoint II i lots one Ill and Section
Said Interest being from I Itheli I ft.t,' ..I.h' t 0 the failure of th* sAId \ 'illfll. Township Four It) South. RangeTwenty.twn ,
father W. 11. Miner .. 1 corporation to have within the 8tat of ((22)) East p
Thin the Uth day of ... A n 10211 Florida I an officer or agent ., whom pro1i i iI In Clay Cennty. rlorlda
MRS. EFFIE MINER '1 i I ctM can b* aeried. and .o"'I in no pwmon In I The Soilthwist quarter ,lees on. ((11) acre In

I II I 21t-5t.2.ll. Ouardlan the Stat of Hurl-lit, t' *orvic, <.. of a j the Southwest .:II..t.. of South-west qu..1I )
NOTICE TO I II \,I I upon whom would' said cor." .\htn.1 n'' the Soiitbvvust quarter < ( BIDDER :' a.ipparlnif from tho sworn of I I of Section Thirty (120.1 .
I I II 'I" hi '. id Two (I) In I
In the abov .tateul that r *i- ] Blot
I I 1..1.0 tilde wU be received by the Ao.r ,tiffin, of the .f .Thi Florida Land I II Two ((21 and 101 On. (41). Two lal)
__ i of .f..,. n..for County and Immigration Company, a :on>i>ratlnn Th II f fI I Three ,111, BI.k Three (I).
t I I at the office of the r..ry of the lord. atBtarlie :I .i Ida Sugar Can Grove and Mi Company '' of r A. Phelps' sub-division In the town .

t' : I Florida, until a pot o'clock p. m. of a corporation 'i'he rlorliln Can and of Ulghlnnd
J 1 December Uth 1128. and at that time pub. Grippe ." 'leuintlnn and itoovrt Wat-ton and Mso all of Block Six (*) of J. A. Kara*

lu.Js tIny opened for On. Five to Ten Ton Crawler i I H"I.r II. ,I loose, aa TruatoM for tim,* KlorlUt jI j i 1.1", of th. town of isalrt lat an*
; : :: .' L __ Type Tractor nd. also one caterpillar attach. I 'Ug. Cano and Grove Association The Fltfr- '' ... containing ( celia)1. a
mimi f>ir Fordion Tractor. itmipNny" and Jamna T. Hooteramid I I Itlun 'hl.I,.... (Ill I. Township Four (14)) : furnish complete specifications of John MaU>. n. T..tot. for th. Florida' I I.Siiulh lUnco 'rw.nw.'h. (las) But.I. ,
.1 i iiili| 'ment and samu be subject to danton.Hlrniii 1 Itivtln.nd Compuny a ...\.al..n. Charles II.NtvKuU I
I ,'n. > limttltj Nlok.-U. It.h"1 vlan and I I. nnd I hereby arc appear to
t; I Tin Hoard reiervts the rIght to reject any i I I Strltiu fellow ilmihorw uri> Unknown.and that I II I :the i \\I'h! nf Complaint filed"nh said oau.e.i .
: nnd nil blda. vrxlee of a subpoena up.ui whom would bind >u or h.r.". Monday the of Dumber. *-
: C S 8. MATTtlRAVSChairman. I th*'nt la .pernon In tho State of Florida i tIme A. D ItVft, otherwise the allcgatlunaof
Mid, and that it i I. bel*>vm| by the said Hill will b* taken aa confessed.
C \ FUTCIt.Secretary oomplainanu .. the ald': It Is further' ordered that this Order b.

'. Q_ ; W/ 1.I.t-II.1 Whine rmldunee and ....or place I published once a week fur four consecutlv.MII
_ see unknown to oomplalnHnta. ... tntervtitiit ,, k5| In a newspaiwr published. In Bradford
I ; : In th* propurtr ln\olve l in ,. cult and t.uotity. Flurida. and that lh said Order also
; woTicje I'. that eoniplananu do nut know and have not lui published once a week. four consecutIve

:_ __T been able to Miwrtaln whether any of th* I| vvwks In a nitwapapcr published' In .
In Circuit Court. Bradford County Florida. aid known defendant arc di-.d ur ally, or In County Flolda
.. ..extntonre or not 0.0. lay of November A. D.
In Chancery. I 'HP2llfCl"OltE. It la ordered that th* Mid, A. 2. ADKlNi,

l ,. !! 1 two uurl halfyt'"I. to build, cti"tv.ppiiiiu A. A Durdcn. 1 known dufumUnU who n a nurd'in I TlfOMAS: w. FIEI. HO. JudiXt
1 1init 1''u. Ihr-: ,. H ipibpr i; the ,''rid' JJ.I i i,1 ."i, I IilidO'1 nitiinl eI'i i I.tru.

c .,."n .' I 10,it. John.. A. :Mui'Ri i v 11'1' > .1... I >iital flIght te .t, it will, be -tuiiitl! t v.Compl.ln.nt ton this. flnna order or If corporation llvtntr. and. nlalmiDir d.d. .intereet pur- Solicitor for C..lnln.n. UoHt124OKOEH

i 'lcc..k I I' oil., I |III, ion. ( '>. Alex I Tllllli_' '_. 1! unili the aid known and named dnfemUnUafuroeald.
S Hill ".. diseased or othrrwia. and all per- I OF PI'tttlCATION
to title and
Quiet Cloud
M I amino whomoever that may b* or .. lntretitvil In the Circuit, Court. Eighth Judicial
--- The CINUI.lro.e
T. 'Inl" Hll..dnm".ny. a corporation In the "rporl7 11.01.. In this suit diwerihr l'.uny., rlorlda In .
BKOOKEU MrKiiy roidi.nee unknown to complainant! : I. .lusrtrr if the Southeast, quarter and the Fast I' and Us I... 1".1 .n'.I.. r l n* follow, tn Hr ad ford Cu..y. .1..10. to- and Kin A. Kllllan by bar husbs"id
Edward M. Dicker-son not known to .ompl..ln.IIn' I half of I the Northwest quarter of the oouthI nvslgns : the heir. ".. .. 1..1 rep wit t'Ihe and T"h". ... .1. W. Kllllan.Complainant .
whether dead. or ..lIv.nndlv.. all personsclnlmlnir I I vtst quart' of Section 5Northionat .on''th.end sssliins of Simon J. Temple' .n.1 North b.1 of the No'.lh..tar; !

Brooker Dee. 4.-Wilson Runs wall any Interest tinder him In nod to quarter of th. Northeast qu..lo 1..h and.1. T'm"I.Immigration" each deceased The Florida. Tbu Suulhwat qu..t. of Nurh..L. quarter j ...

thont. certain pieces. ,parcels or tra... of land :jof 8.11"n tl I.n. nnd Its Company a cnrporw.tfon. The Smithwmt quarter oifs. quarter j .. J. C. widow .1.,
I .t
visitor Starke local'
to :
a Saturday evening. iucri representative.aad
Northeast WI.
hereinafter. described. either .. heirs di v lane quarter of Southeast quarter and ,, the Bouthwtt iluarter, ''quarterNrthraat of a.
trrantiits or otherwise. L. D. Wall residence the South half of th. Southeast quarter of assigns I John T 11..0 and Fmm. M. Slscn. r. vitcept for ft Uv'
; Ardall Crosby. of Jacksonville qunI" '
spent If living and If dead .
unknown to complainant I Section I VI) ; h.I. 1..1 representatives half of Smuutliwest ; pill '+ Itemove Cloyd. Etc.

\ the week-end here as guest of his Winbcrir. !Thomas: W. 'i>lr.'ln.jf"'Cd.l. I Charles. Mnttle I Nurthwrtit .,,... .'.r the Northeast quarter and If diad and hii assigns heirs. loyal; Holen representatIves Hall, If living anilassigns i .'.hlrh.. B.uU. hnl F.n. Southwest quarter q..r.* I I It appearing" from the .1.to0 of t

parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby. Roberta (residences of each and every and. the North half of the Northwest quarter.nil II Tullls If living and If dead his 0,51 q\.1. : the Weet half of Southeastutusrtuir sworn hill In the f...
kntmn "complainant) amllor all persons IIn'l the North half of Southeast quarterof Ale : t HitNnrthvawt iiiart"r of Bouthomitquarter. that tin residents and n. of certain of '
Mrs. E. J. Ward and on Delbert ing on Interest under them or cither of the Northwest quarter of Section to Nrth.mist 1 unknown representatives and assigns : and thi South hl of tioutheaHt quarterof d..n".nt.: -.It' Anita.Nml, R. n. Nc.l.i .

the week-end In Jacksonville. inch and iverv In and to those certain pieces quarter of the Northeast quarter of See. 11 11.I.nresentstlves and defendanta.. their helra. Southrant ..... In Section Twenty i ietHht her hunhniul nssldenis of Norfolk. v... I4TI
spent tlon 11 : North half of the Northeast .t.n., who claim an ,
parcels. of traeta of land hereinafter desclbed.elllwr quarter Intrest In the (KM.I) % |I W. 99 :I.t. and I..n. Alice John.
Miss Lillie Mae Anderson spent an h<. rs. dv I I..... grantees or otherwise 'land the North half of the Southwest quarter I resldi' 'nres and'I.nd. h..tna..described the :, Th* Southeast quarter of ttouthtmitt quarterof Milliard V Blown Ida 0 llrown Mars C A.
Mark Hynn (not known to comtilntnant |I uf .h Northeast quarter' and the North half being e. nf.1 aald defendanta Htctlon '.. ttf.! ) !'I llrown. Al.. John., Mary I:. Dr..n. Mary 0
Thanksgiving at her home at Lulu.T. whether di nd or allvel I an.) pr all 1 personchum.' of Northwiwt quarter and the North half .nknwn. ';i.. N ri'hi nt quarter and, th. Northeast i i A' 'h C thrown Johns,
B. Pinholster attended the union ing any interest; under; him f In and to those I of thi. Si utlt half o the Northwest quarterI Greetings | quarter of Nortl.wt certain pieces, parcels or tracts of turn here. I Section 12 I You iind each of you 'hereby required to two ((1J2' All nf the bovo being In Townnhlp %Y. Kearlnir Laura P. ThnmpMn.
meeitnfr at Raiford Sunday. fnarti descrilied. either .. heir*. do.1.00.. ALL IN '1OWNSHIP SEVEN 'il) SOUTh I be and appear before me The Judge of tha Si-vim I UJ) South K.n..o'.n.'I..o (J.I.' Eastruntoining Mire M MI..n and her )hush.nil Fred it.'tptutui .
irrantiH. or othirwlsv. E: :Slronir' residence I RANI.E TWENTY-ONE ((21)) EAST : I Fight Indicia! Circuit of Florida. In and for 64U horr moro or let.*. : anil Mrs K W. King ... .1 an.liniiwn .
:Miss Free Wynn spent Thanksgiving unknown to complainant, : S. J. Sternbervii I South half' of the North half of th. North. I Hradfnrd County' on the 7th day of December, lie and thy.. hereby inquired. to appear I ,11n"r .tltnn wh.'n "I"... add there

In Jack onvl1le. While there she attended iilf.nef> tinl .... S. C. Lon..1! I D"lnn.nt\. Earl Northwest quarter and the Southwest quarter county, In Town of Start, Florida to anawer or .ro. Mo.d.y. the 7th day Ueovmber Aervire of a auhpoena upon whntn wnulil hlnJ,
the fair. and T W. IMttM .italdencea of each. nuil I lot Section 6 ALL IN TOWNSHIP SEVEN a sworn bill of complaint" exhibited In said A. .. otherwise th* : ".lon. of ...11 until defendants and thnt It hellevtd br the
Raiford Brannen of Lake Butler known let complainant! and' ir nil porno".r". I I'I in SOUTH HANOI1WENTYTWO: IJJI. Court l I.v the shove Cam" A. A. Dur. bill will b;talon ae confrinHil I I II Complainants, ,% that. tit* salil named: defendant
clalmlnir nny interest under them or either of EAST. I den I It U ,, oHoreil that this ordvr b* pub- .... rio id'tins Mini nws am unknown, and
was a visitor here Saturday after them tach and .."'Y. In and to those certain I II Inlri'm. Item .. Tho n..lo. County Telegraph a wkl1|I lk.h'ul a week for Four oun"II. IMUC thosi 1 ilufundnnts whose resident: : known. p
noon. I J parcela .
quarter. Count 'Io.' ". ... ,. In Starke' HorMa. does know
..lifil ,"h'r." heirs, devisers. ttrnnteea or quarter of the Noltheast th l'a.lo. l'olnt I I I 1."I. "t that complainant tint
:Mrs. C. J. Mott attended the funeralof otherwise Jesse Reildlsh I fresilience unknown toi Southeast. quarter of the Northeast quar.tar. newspnner, In which this' notice shall be Ordrred this the of Novembvr. n.t h. not linen, nlile, ,. ascertain whetherany

Mrs. C. B. Roberts at Mt. Zion complainant : and'or' all 1 person! clalmlnir, any'I IIn't 'I Northwest quarter of th. Southwest quarter quarer lishfd for four consecutive weekly .... I). 1U25. of ...10 known"n., are dtail or
tinder him In mind to thou certain Southeast quarter, of Southwest quarter. North. The 'lands d..lho In the said bill of com A. Z. ADKIN9 A'I I alive : and It I. b..d, by C.m".lnn..
cemetery near Lake Butler Saturday plaint In quiet title and In said bill that there I. nr
pieces pareela or ,...t. of land hereinafter i|| east quarter of the Southtiast quarter. South. .mo. .Iuo" sworn a person
cloud therein I>. R. KNIGHT and A. S. CREWS .
as Intcnsltd lu the
afternoon.Mrs. ,described either na heirs devisees, vrantees astmailer' of Southeast quarter of Section f.llo. are persons property
or otherwise ; Nancy Terral freaiilunoe unknown : Tin North half of the Northeast quarter of Soholton for In such suit, whose nam. or n.n.P and
Liddie Crosby returned to her to complainant andlor all I persons elalmlntr I I I]J I i Northeast quarter of tha Southeast quarter. Section Tw.ntTown.hln Seven South. I 'II 'I age or sine and whose residence are unknown

home in Jacksonville Thursday after any Interest under her In and to these certain I I I Northwest quarter of the Southeast quarter ,,, Range Twenty.ene Fst. and lying and being MASTKR'SSAl.K to Conipliiinsiiln, I tliinrii I .,.. I is ordered that

plices parcels or tfarjs of lanil herelnnfh..rdueorlhrd ,, Knl.h..t quarter of the Southwest quarter I I, In Dm.I..County, Florida I the said, known defendant ...h .. herato.for .
spending a few days here with her cither I as heirs, devisees, or (i t and the Southwest quarter Southeast ordered at :SlarVe Florida, this. 'I named In thla order. If 1.ln.. and If
mother Mrs. J. R. Groover. otherwise mind all persona known : .'ti' I I Iter of Section 221 I o qu..1 6th dnv of November A. 1>. 1925. Notice Is hereby( given that under and. by all partlea elalmlnir' In''.. .. the
1 I clalminv uny interest or intermtii' in to I,,: Southiant, quarter' of the Northwest quarter, I A. Z. ADKIN9Solicitor I{ virtue of that certain rlnal Uicrm of l Mr.\ and Mrs. Hamp Conerly of 'the hereinafter ,I.ho, 'lend nr any part;iSouthvvmt quarter of the Northwest quarter I I J'I". mnde soul ri-ndervd, tm Octolier linth, diseased or otherwise. and, I hat all persons
Okeechobee here visiting the lat thereof said '.n" hiinir and, situate In I i I and: the Wist half of the Northwest quarter :I I 0 p ICNInBT I A. D. Ida by Honorable A. / Ailkins Juduvof I whomsoever whose. name nr names ...alleged
: are the County of Bradford State of rlorlila, which {I' ..r the Southeast quarter of Section 271 for Complainant 1.IA4.124.I the Klghth Judicial. Circuit. In and for to lie anil unknown to Complainant, that
ter'a parents Mr. and Mrs. C. J. :Mott. Inndi. are more fully and particularly I described'aa 'I I Fast Ih..qu".. of the Northeast qu..1 I I Bradford County, Florida. In that certain' I may \ or'are Interested In 'the property
foltowa : , Mr. anil Mrs. L. R. Gainey and son, I.FractIonal I' '." of the Southeast threenrt.ra i I I land U. U l.y"e and W. 11 ll.sth arc ilefcndants helnit 'el. County
Royce :Mrs. A. J. Pinhrfster and Section I.m. .om.lm.referred to I I'I east quarter of Section 2H iiuiirter,: Northwest of the &".. In rircti'l'' Co.F. EIghth Judicial Circuit. unI..lgn.o as tfuoclal, M....... lowltilots 1'.o.o Fo.lda
itft lots 1 2. t. and 4. O. 4 acresfractional : tho Southeast quarterof Bradrn' ( Flo."'" In Chancery. I u ill 1 offer fur sell for to
quarter of Section 211. North I I :iht I anil Pour of niock On. In
T. B. Pinholnter were called to Plant ; Durden and J. H. Faxon. tIps highest I In front Th.
Northeast quarter of Section 35. west quarter of the Northeast quarter. Northwest nJb.n< Temple's' addition ,. th. Town of Stark.
lost attend the funeral Compl.lnanta.i I Court House ., Bradford County
Friday to
City .om.t'm. referrd I 1.0'' I and 2. con- quarter of the Northwisl quarter. North. Florida :
( 96 10 acres fractional East half nf cost of the 'i I I\ Florida on ) 7th day of llecvmIber ., Ih.I .
; of the former's nephew Ellsworth t.lnln. quarter Northwest Northof I : he soil thef eec remilreil to appear to
nln" A. I 1IU&. I of'
) during the Uual I hours
J the Northwest qlnr... .om.lm.. .f..d toi th* .nt. Pu River of S..olon HI.: ALL IN JW. J. Dlxon .t al hill of Cumnlalnt f..1 In said, cause on nrhefortt
Tillis. I alu for thu tuuwu.'I, l HiiliHlyltiw' Maid Final
as lot 5. except acres roWNWHIISEVEN I the dan of Dscemher A.
i I h.. cor.I I, (71 SOUTH. KANUK: :, n.f.n"nnto.'Ri \ Mundnr ,
ner of said tract of Section ,t. containing TWENTY-ONE 121)) and | Deere., following described real 1 eslate I). 11)311 otherwise, the alienations of saIdbill
R. E. Hazen of Waldo Satur- ; you. '
spent aa.1 acres ; Noi-thwest quarter of the No"h.j j I each of you, .. ..PABTI appear In Kemevc dnnd. Quiet Till and Other lying n.hcI In llradford County, rtoridu.itOwltl will b* taken .. confessed by th. d. t
day here with friends and relatives. quarter. quarter of the Northwest I I the attire entitled Court 0..0 answer t the bill 'i Relief.It I I
't 1
quarter : '' : quarter of the North' !' of complaint against you In the aforwnamed nnnearlng from the allegations of theisworn Northeast quarter and th. East: half 1 of It Is furthsr ordered that this order
Mrs. O. G. Strayhorne of Waldo, west .,u..o. quarter of the SOlth. cauw. rile the 4th day of Jnnunrv. -- ,I hi of mmplalnt' In the above cause that Southeast quarter and West half of 10ut) ,published once each week for four _h -.

spent the weekend here at the home of wept quarter and the Northwest quarter of the A. D. tlfla. .ro. the ." residence of the defendant. W. J. cast quarter. .Portion Nineteen I Mill, 'Io.n. tl\<* weeks, In the llradforil County.
Southwest quarter of eetlon ,e. conta'nlntf' The Bradford County Dlvon Annett Olson his wife Thomas Dlnan ship rour ((4)) south Raliuii twenty-two UJl. ptibllaheil In County
Telegraph a
her parents Mr. and Mrs.\ E. :M. Haz- a p..p. and Fail Dl. hi. ountainlnit :iuo acne m.. or lesa.I newspaper 1..dro'
21)0 acrea HIT IN TOWNSHIP tTt SOUTH nnbll.he.l In Bradford. County. Florida I. '', nn wife S T Rsldwln and I..I. I'lorhla
en. HAN(.K TWKNTY-ONE 1 21'' FAST. beIng by dealMnated .the newspaper ln-whieh this. II W. Harvey. If living and. I dead ,h.nth.l. I I I .). K. KNI.H'I'Spel.1 This th. 4th. day of November A, r>. 19311.O. .
total of B21 71 .... notice shall be published for four consecutive heirs devisees I..t. assign. ... M.t.. In Chancery.A W. ALDERMAN.Clerk .
Among those from hero attending; Item 1. nei I lily I I.,"<-. ,prior to said 4th day of January. all unknown and there I. n person In the Se-CUKW8. of Circuit Court llrailfnnl
the fair at Jacksonville last week The Northeast quarter nf the Southeastquarter. A. D. 1526.WITNESS. Stale' of Florida known t the complainant. Solicitor for Complainant.' ll-o-6t-12-4 Count, Florida' ,
Southwest quarter of the Southeast ', the aervlc. nf sulipeona upon whom Dy O. A. r.IA..I .
my hand and seal of this wOlld I
were: T. B. Pinholster, S. :M. :Mott, R. quarter and the Southeast quarter, of the South 3d..layar December A. D. HU6 nll. hind the said, .1..I.n.: .nd that It I.. b.II Deputy Clerk.

M. and L. R. Gainey, H. H. Howard east quarter of Section Id : North hl of the 11..0 h, the ".",I.ln.nt that the said named I NOTICE JOHNS.
Northeast quarter. Southeast of the O. W. ALDERMANClerk d..r'n.lnnt are In..t.1 In the property In. In the Circuit Court Eighth, Judicial Clr.

Misses Lois and Toleida Gainey and Northwei t iiuarter. East hal of the :Southwest of the Circuit Court for this suit nnd eomplalnanta drt not cult, Bradford County .,. .. In Chancery. for Complainants 114.St: ,Josephine Chesser. quarter Southwest of the Southwestnuerter. Bradford County. Stnt of Flor I o.. and hy illllgen* search have not been .I.lo.
ou.r. Come. L. I'cek and J. 11.
and the W. h.1 of the Southwestquarterof tile.ISEALI ,,, stile t ascertain any of the defendants Itltuh MAHTEIIS BAI.&
H. P. Gainey motored to New River the Southeast .. of Section 21 : By r. A. KNIGHT are living or dead and that It I. aliened va. Hereby nntlc. Is given that under and byv

Saturday afternoon. Southwest quarter .f the Northwest quarter. Deputy Clerk !. .nm"I.'n.n. In said sworn hill that they Morlila Land and Immigration Company a rtuc n f that certain final decree. of foreclosure -
and South' CHXS A. POWERS maui anil entered the Al'th day ofeiutuimlmer
North half of Southwest quarter bol. ar persons In the
Hugh Butler Crosby was a business quarter of the :Southeast quarter of Section iillcitor' ro Complainant, 12-4-51-1-1 ".n."y Involved. In In..t.. whose corporation st al $ A !I. I IIUA hy l..n..hl. A. V.

visitor to Jacksonville Thursday. 'J2. Northeast quarter of the Southwestquarter. I' name or names toil' age nr aires and whose 111 to QuIet TitleIt Jitdiie. of the Rlnhlh .1,10'.1' Circuit

L. A. Brown was a visitor to Starke South halt of th Southwest quarterof NOTICF! OF HAIR OF SIX PER'' place' of residence. Is unknown to eftmt'lalnante j janil appearing by the sworn Hill of Complaint' In and for U.d..d : .". Inchancery.
:Section 21 rast: of the Northeast tENT TOWN OF 10.100.0 In said' hill relief Is prayed against such tiled In the above atated cause. which canoe ,. I' In that certain .n. Ih..ln penul.tog *
Friday. quarter of Section '-'" Northwest quarter of FLORIDA BONDS I known and unknn.n dsfendanta end, all other one tw remove cloud from title anil. to quiet. the between th. Lawtey. Slat Hank a corKiratlon.
Duffy Abernathy of Buhnell was the Northeast quarter South half of Northeast '.mnna firms or corporations. title of the Complainant. tn the land that Complainant and aualnst HarnesS.
quarter. West half of Northeast quarterof TIFRE.'Onr. It Is ordered that, all persona described 'in the said Hill of Complaint, W.I. and wife May Ilium Wells. 'el..
amnng friends here Sunday. the Northeast quarter and the Northeastouarter Hereby notice Is given that the Board of ". ... If living and If dead. that. the Sheriff of lira.I fun! County riorida. .'lnl.l. Ifarlwar Company. a corporation
A. A. Hazen and family of Gainesville of the Northwest quarter' of Section Trustee. of the Town of Lawtey. Florida, will nil persons claiming, any Interest under the has made return upon the summons In nnd Th. H. It. Hubbard Company, a eorpnra-
28. MT IN TOWNSHIP SIX (Hi SOUTH. receive lealed bid. for the purchase of 120,. t..10 ".mr..rnd.n' aforesaid decwased or Chancery duly' bsued In said, cause, that the ''0. defendant., the und..lgn.Special Mast
,, spent Sunday here with his. RANGE TV.ENTY-OVR i21i I EAST. 000 00 Elixgtrlc "I h. Ronils of the Town of .., : .nd person. flema aiKfcorporations said summons In Chancery. I. unexecuted. er In said ... .""Inl. ...I.. said

mother, Mrs.. D. W. Haz ri. h.__ S.. ,.. ". B.lo.dount". Florida up to aol whomsoever 'WIM; name age and cannot b. served upon.Flo.I Land decree, wi on the 7th. day of Dee.linker .
The Northwest quarter of the Southeast iocludlnir January A. D lll.'tl residence nr place of alleged Immigration' Company a corporation .I D 102r. during the legal hour of
Royce Gainey was a visitor to Jacksonville quartef of !Pto. 1" fractional Northwest Said' Bonds ... to h dated the 1Mb day <>i unknown to complainant that may be t h.. First National Bank of Hanover Pennsylvania. sale thereon ... the Court; )house door In

Sunday. quarter .' E.t n..t. of the Northeast ...mb. .\. D. and to be In de. Interested 'In that certain lot or parcel of landsor a and Florida Finance Companya Mine' .. Bradford "ounly 1',1., sell the
Lonnie of quarter of quarter fractional nominations of' each. and to bear any ..r thereof lying' and being In Brad and, Florida Itallrnad Company r i not, I 11 .situated In Bradford .
Alexander Jacksonville, Southwest and the South h.1 Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum ford County.. Florida, known and a e..lon. four of the defendants, named County. rlorlda, to the highest bidder
was here Sunday.Mr. of fractional ... quarter of Section : payable mf-nnnually on the Uth day of "oln_. tO-wIt In .m.I.lnl. owing o tue 'or cash tn.wl,
and Mrs. P. M.\ Barfoot of all fractional Section 2a : East. half of North.sect .'"n. and December of each year with In. I Eaxt half? of the East. hi of Northeast of the said corporatIons tn elect officer Commi the Southeast corner of
of Section 27. fractional' Southwest terest quarter of Northeast lot I la Horlda. and running
quarter coupons attached The principal and .. appoint' agent. and owing the failure of Hotel .
Starke spent Sunday afternoon hereas quarter and East h.1 of fractionalSoutheast Interest of said bnd are payable at the n.nN.t'nn. Also beglnnln. 1511 yards Fast of the Northwest s.ld corporations to have within. th. SlaU txiuth on the Wvst of Slat Street Thirty

guests of :Mr. nnd Mrs.\ R. T. quarter of .. 27.: South half over .. the City and the Stateof corner of Northeast quarter of Northrast of Florida an officer or agent upon whom four (154)) feet, thence West and at right ..n.1. -
of Section 211 : Southeast quarter of the Southeast New York. quarter and run Fast IsK yards thence process can b. Nerved and It appearing that glen to Slats Street Forty 140)) feet, thence.oulh -
Osteen. quarter of Section 29 : East half of the The amount of bonda offered for sale "South I7$ yards thence West IS perils, thence process cannot be served. upon saId .orpora. '; and parallel with Slat' Street Twenty.
\ L. O. Hazen, of Gainesville was Suthrast i quarter of 9.ctlon 12 : fractIonal' and the principal of aald bonda shall"n.O I., North 1711 yards to point of ""Innln. ..I ofshove lions for the .r.uu.of said corporations ,., 1 lone 1211 I fevt. thence West and at rlglit
North half and Southwest quarter of South. being In Northeast elect officers or appoint and owing ingles to Stat Street Sixty (ISO) .h....
auent. f.t
Jierp visiting his parents, :Mr. and :Mrs.G. west quarter and fractional East three-uuaiters, December each 1100000 beirlnnlna Ihe loth with day of$. quarter of Section Thirty (HO). Township Seveni'l the failure of said I eorporatlona to ha's I I North and larallel, with Slat. rift,.

\\*. Hazen "unday. of t'.e South hair nf :Section 18 : all fractional and endlnir with year 1945. be accepted 102 I. South Range Twenty-two ((22J East con the State of lorldit an officer or agent .hr I live (tilt '.. Thence East and' at right angle
Section 85 : North half of fractional Northnastquarter 'to clock Bld..1 .taming Ifl ...more or leas whom process can b* served, and that thereI In Slate' Street One Hundml I ll"l>! feet'to
Baxter of Jacksonville tip rm 10th. 192rt.
Harney p.
end fractions! Non 'i,... t are deposit
spent the weekend here with his parents h.1 North of 'h. A. L. Ti rode .. "q"l. Board of Trustees wtrk W. P. fore thcev.nlh ;; December A. D 1925, ,Ice, of ..hl"n. upon whoiu Mould hind lots of the Town of L.wtey, Florida. aamapped
t :Mr. and !Mrs. J. D. Baxter. R wr'seeXn. SoUTH : tlJ. IN TOWNIHIP. the Town.nt I.awtey. Florida a certified. check and' In due coune :. and and set up whateverclaim ..10 e.pra.h.n. and It also apfiearlng r.m and plaited upon the. public record
Six R.NIE for Ilixnoo, said check to made n Inl..1 you each of you Complaint filed In the above of H.I County Florida.Said
Prof. C. H. Williams spent the I lIlt EAST : all ... except North hl R R Thede chairman of .Board of Trustees may have to ths above described property or cause that the residences' of the d. sale, I.h* made persuanl to and for lh
.., of aid bill will taken as confessed againstyou. of said final' decree with .
nditnts therein satisfaction
work-end In Ocala. of North half of Norh. ql.r. of the Town of Lawtey, h named to-wit : Florida land
[ rational ,. ,, Sec- Fo.lda and Immigration Company a corporation Chas. 8. C... .
Emery Matheny was a visitor to thin I : 8. Hlneke A.R.'un B. C, I:. 2..,. 4. II. LotS lOA All til"... shall specify the time withinwhich It I. further ordered that thIs order be pub A. Lawaon. William C. Ladd. Henry C. Cook Special Master In Chancery

Starke 'Sunday afternoon. HA. and Lots, 1 18 and 20 and t-ota 110<1... wi comply with the terms lished once a week for four consecutive I. and Henry CCook, Catherine f>. K Knluht
11.,11. |1. U \ sol I.. A. f. C and D (hero, alven by the said Secretary ,". In the Bradford County T.loph a Cook and Elisabeth M Cook aaFxecutors 'Solicitor .. ll- -5t.l2-4.
I Lewis. Shriver motored to Starke Subdivision ef Lot 17. and 50 feet the East of the Board of Tr. that deliveryof .weekly newspaper of ".n..1 .I..tnn., "b of Robert O .1..0. GsorgcD
a and all Slosh 7 ." the b..I. can h .. 'lished In Starks. ( f.k.
Sunday afternoon. aide, 19 In Block A..d'o. 'o.nty. For.. flltt Llllle lilt. VI. of
I i'-iVV' 11' '" ..., ''1. ...1 I.t. I. 2. ,''. Certified check referred t above .la t h WITNESS 'fi) Judge h Hanover. Pennsylvania, a l.nk. MAHTEim ALB
JndS Block I. and Lots 2. I. aol 4 Block deposited a a-uarante full said Circuit official seal of the CI..1 .. trustee fl. and leorge,
I -U"tj the Telegraph Want Ad*- cm" of thla' .court .. well .. his signature. .n. f' h'm..1
an.l 4 In and tots 2 with the bid and 'In the act I I K.. David and An
.- ----NOTICE" .- -- soil a. and 4 2 II. .nd flo.1 and 4 I. Blockt. ..".an.of .uh.ubml'U the f.llu.. on the Ith day of No..m,.. A. D 1>JI>. ..OU. T..'. Hippie H 10.Hippie, C. virtue Hereby of that notice final la decree given of that foreclosure under and.b
IS. and part of the bidder to comply with the O. W. ALDERMAN A Mayer J Wilson A. C tten.
t .n. Lots 2 .nd I In "..k L. t.n. I Hopkins, and entered en the 2Hh! day of October, A.
In the Circuit Court.EIhth Judie'al Circuit. 2 and 4. e. .. to and 12 m fUnk 14 and L" thereof damages same and .h.1 h considered .liquidated, I I Clerk. Circuit Co..r. Bradford Weymouth, B ".. ... Jonathan C. D. l 1925. by the lion A. 7.. Adkinc. Jiulge
the .
I. 9. 11 end U .nd uMI..lln. .o.lne by D..d County '. Fo.I.'. "In.n.. Company a corpora of Judicial, Circuit
.., Ih. $ of the Statsof
In and For the Countty of Bradford.Slate i t V'L-i f. .' ivt lOIn Block all Fo.ld. lion. .. (Jlaneman.Max PI.h.h
I. t..hl. sad for Count ,Inchancery.
of rlorlda. In Chancery. i By C. A. KNIGHT 1."or.1 "
B. C and D ,
Stock i accent A. Said' I..n of Lawtey Bonds are to be leaned I Banh. HI.hl.Bach Bach. Warren In that certain pending .
BREVARD PROPFRT1ES. INC.a of lot and F i.hdl.lolon.. HnhllvUrinm A. I: for the purpose of buldlno an electric. lIght (S.I) Deputy Clerk. P. .. W..d E. K C.f.... between D. W. Alv.rca. Complainant. .h..ln amiaiialnst
corporation organism! and n' I and Slbdl.lolon. A. B. In the towa Florida' and I A. CREWS Trust, for E. C. Carter,
0 Wilson
A. C end "t.m Lw.. I Mamsret and husband J.
Minting under the laws ..f Florida Lt I. .
anti 8or A. M. Bradley.Arthur .
bullillnaof .. Nlcey
r and n nr 3ot and I.MI.I.ln. i the an llaht line from Solicitor for Complainant 11-11-41-12.4. C.r. Chl. l'h.I" Wilson, defendant.
Complainant.. lot 4 and S .n" 1..II.I.lon A of hAt I.awtey Bradford County. Flryida. t fttarke.I A. L.n. O C Plum. Th undersliineil' Special Master In said
Lt '
% n' I County. to vet msr Los Plummer leorge illogIc andCompeny.
I t"
L I f.dro.d Fo.ld. o. cause to execute said decree, will -
C. L. Peek .tal.. ,1 I.t. NOTICE .ppln.d on
Richard Hohlrk. M. If Hohlrk. Flora
D. E and bondc sold mae I
Defendant.Order t. It. and Iota C. Subdl.I.ln rnt t b day of December 1921 due.Ina -
A and O WhIp; ; K. Whlppl* William P'I
19 and Iota A and 8101 i per.Said .Ion.U.n the hour of sale thereon before the
.. Service .by PublicationNerlee I.' EIth'th ..I
II Judicial 8 Puleston. John
In Circuit' Circuit. ,
8 In
I-;. and 3. II and bonda arc to be sold the Cr. fran.1 PII.t. Court door 'in Florida, sell Ihafolloedog
Lt. Bradford .. In .. 1'ale.ter, Thomas M. Pulester. It..h.
or Uh .nd I.opjlai S. I of 'b'd Cfnt Chancery f.m.1 .
.. roOter approving, opinion any reputable attoraey. : nVscribetl In
t. Knawn and Unknown D /.nd.nt. half .
5 A. A. Durden and C. B. Harper.CompUlnanla. I'ul. ... Laura D Pulester. ..
and A ID Sleek .. ,
t. ford
5 .0 approving opinion paid County Florid to th. .nd heelbidder
Notice I. hereby given to C. L p..k. restd .n nt of Stark.. Bradford County Florida. ; sod e and S"MI.I.lon I. 29. for by lh pu.h. ..b.h.1 name the attorney. va M Phelps. L. Miller. Cora B. for cash to.witiWest
Ollb. Mil
and Sleek. half of Northeast of
I nut known to complain 2n SU'il'-Sol'hVf quarter
Alexander H. Tullle s.lh
.h.k Florida Land and Immigration Company ler. Ida H. Brockett.
ant whether dead or alivei and or all person 37 1S and 8. and, ,.U. Fast end of Samn.srx. The said Trueteee .. the right' t .', T Corporation et ml J Ph.I.. J Shlpman.. weak quarter of Hectlon' Three. In To.nhl.
claimingany.' Interest. under him' in and to ut. Q A. I. q.I .In In SectIon? 4. 'TownshIp5.ven lect any and all .blda. j jBy I Thos ... llamlin. J.C.rl.. l.mln.Kn0 Raven South Range fwenty.two v.t. ani. -

those certain. pieces. parcels or traeta of land nn City. all (f21.I East : of the said Board of Trustees of Kill r" Quiet Title and Other 0 C. Knox. Florida Railroad Company containing, twenty acre. more or .
TwentVoIti H. made
R.n. Maid he for
hereinafter described either as helra. '7' South 0.0. J. ale to pursuant to sail
the Lawtey. Florida. j jR. Kellsf. a corporation Samuel' C Lane U.MuiL.more ,
or otherwise Samuel, A. Swann.Ircatdunc Sampeon Clt" P1oti'a.Commence of n. S. 5 F. Hallway l"n R. THEDE I" It appearing .br the awora bill of complaint John I U E..I. Jr. John E Ed'e' _the t..satisfaction of said, final d'-crec with
unknown to complainant! ; Florida at un" marked 244 from ,, filed In which cause la Thomaa w. Charles W. R. '
Bond .. R"
m1ta peSt Chairman of the Board of h.b. .laU A. 8. CREW
Railroad Coml>any III'... unknown to complainant '.k ,flfl.eaIte from P.I.lh. and run East O I tees. Tow of Lawtey. Florida.T.u on. to .. CIu" frm title and to quietthe*, I I. M.Cll. R D. P.t. Elijah V.Carter 'I Special Master 'In Chancery
of (dame and
S W R. Thomas, a resident Macon title of the land thatan Eslat. of
David, L. \l. .._ 5ai''. t.i: feet tauth 02 'M a pn'o. Attest : ..lln.n.t th D T.. KNIGHT. .
*lll.. Alachua County. Florida jvsres South Described In ,,, bil wmplalntriiet Reason PrescoK, Jess* Carter. J. A. Knee '
f.t. .10 t-ll-4
for ll-
aa administrator uf the }ota(. of Mil .Dnlu. t. to I. A. L. W E TORODE the of County Florida Chart ... M.rh.. I Place and SI.lto. Complainant
feel .rf f. A
and,. alt 1.1 Rltw. '1 eeretery of the Board of Trustees .drf.< -- ----
..:4 r. Brown deceased Ticrsons deere-i hal upon .umm. In Chan Knoa .. .ml that there kt
71 .d any Intereit under him In and to the, ., debt nf way thenIe 1ST feet thcflc.. 4aa I..t.". Florida ll-SO-ot-ll-l' ru.n In said cans*. that the said person In the Slate of Florida th* aervlee .f NOTICE TO DEBTOR AND CREDIOR'
land hereinafter described cither ac hot... dc- th.. .Id richt "f way In 5.-ether 4 : summon.. In Chancery le unexecuted and can- a subpoena upon whom would bind said lie.fundante ,

.._.. grantee. or otherww. James S. Bailey feet I tInt or beelnmnf. uarler Sooth of the I. SOTICB Or GUARDIAN SALE OF MINOR nut be served upon T Florida Land and Immigration and that It I. .11..0 by the Com. Notice I. hereby given IhO all creditors"
t residence unknown to complainant i Thomas Al the .u.h..t ., 4orthsa.t .,usvt.r nftho Co. .,. "". ... The Florida pl.manui that the ...1< .. O..r..d.ot seat.... distributees and person having
H Knight riaidence unknown to c.'mplamantt A. .. RniI'Y and Sosih 0' LAND sugar Cane Urove Mil Company a whoa resilience and ages arc unknown toComplainant. .'.''m. .".In., the estate ef A. J. Drrden
Tboraaa J. Dunlin (residence unknown to com- lu.hwrt toa. i' and t Raft h.1 of The Florida S Cane and .. are Interested In the property deceescd, .r. hereby renulreil t present the
pn.ntW., II:. Knight a resident, of Starke. the .'u.. and Southwrnt quay.tsr Notice Is hereby given tht en the 12ad.d. .. .o.'n.,uru. ., ., Robert Watson and John H. Involved In the suit, and that Complainant s.m. duly authenticated, to the CountyJ.dge
M Como. _I. "1piart.r or th ., of December. A. D. lot*. the aaderslvnediiiardiaa JoneJ. Florida Mutual BunPllos and able Florid. within
Bradford Count Florid. D a the Norhw.t and lot and as Trustees for lh ilo not knew here not keen to as of Br.dforil C.un.,
Miner Beat.
dent of Jacksonville. [nival County. Honda I A. 0' Nrhw.of quartet Northwest. !' for WII.m.Hw.rd to the, Honor- certain whether any of said, known defendant one ".... er thIs notice b* held 'In bar
V. Lone. reeldent of P.latk. Florida T J. I frarti..nal th nee Miner mllr .II a dead *r alive.Therefore. thereto And all Indebted to said es.tate .
Alderman a resident of Bl.rH.. Bradford Coun quarter.. 1"lno North and W. Corn.IIS shle <- A. .. County Judo; t. Cured In 6 to 14} Days It I Is endued that .10 knowsdefendants | are ..u' their" said debt forth
a th .ul. t
,at .r r." u. R, county Florida at his If.. la ..... mlnlslrsiUThis
Florida Florida Hart incidence unknownto Street' a.o..I"'n. S.'D"n .dor refund If *OOIinriniMfcur. I who ate h..tfo. In wltlr U .n..I. s "
ty. I; DnWaIe nrney n..n t"
4. In Starke. a
Ambler Lumber Companyliltua seCt MS !'o" ? r Jrd. 'o to Itchla. blind Bloedliul or rrotrauln Order If living and I .. all P.. .thIj ." of October W*.
complainant North.aat qoart. the Southeast u> sell at private sale r.M. till .a Pilea./ InMotly lelfcrec. .Inc Interest under th said known .a .. MKS tl.IZABETH DETOEN.lO.1O.St.12.25 .
anknown to eomplalnanli EmpireLumber .. 10 .h. Iuth., iorft.r n'.r.t of said minors In eerula, p.1 seeded steep .tier Ifst' = defendant aforesaid, deceased or ....... Adminlstratrl.,
Company with offices and Agent at .u o7tb. Iu.b o. the Southeast .r panel sf ,sad lying ojldbeln In 8..,);. as. act 11. ot. I
urke.. Bradford County. Florida ttooeld L. Itb bat

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from his laziness; his energy can b. I more than thirty years from date and I Trustee may provide for the holdingof

1 : Bra ford County Telegraph Ii directed into neglected channel I to be issued In series. That the form said election !same to be held with

= = == =-==----- through his consuming interest of said bonds with interest coupons in twelve month from December 1,
t I The again, there i ia the lazy child) TABLOIDS I hall be prescribed by the Board of 1925. That sid Board of Bond Trustees
Published weekly and entered as whose laziness U merely nature'* Bond Trustees; said bonds shall be calling said election shall desig.

second class matter, at the post weapon of self-defense. It protects: .L- signed by the Chairman of said Board iiate the roads to be improved, graded

office at Starke, Florida. him from being crowded ahead too and bear the imprint of the corporate rand hard surfaced, and aprrovimate

-- ---= = =--- 1 fast by elders whue impatience would I Ii seal thereof; shall be attended by amounts of said bond funds to be usedon

s. .. MATTBBWB-----______0..... i iI i not give him a chance to develop normally I,] Texans have railed a fund of $300- ment to supervise military and com- the Clerk of the Circuit Court of each of said road respetcfully,

I I. C:. BOBINBON_________Manasln* Mil". and healthfully. 000 to defray the cost of a special mercial aviation,, i is among the ree Bradford County, and the interest save and except as otherwise provided -
I Beware fo condemning the lazy'session of the legislature, to investigate ommendatlons arrived at by PresidentCoolidge' coupon thereto attached shall bear for in this Act, and that the call
needs wise guidance '' a faacimile signature by the taxable for said election shall be advertisedin
EVERY FRIDAY ,child. He probably the act of Governor "Ma" Fer aircraft board, which recently -
PUBLISHED : more than scholdintf; *.--Gainesville guson's administration. Impeach- investigated the aviation situation property, real and personal, within the Bradford County Telegraph once
Sun. II Ia | ment proceeding are likely. said county. And a special levy of each week for four consecutive weeks
SUBSCRIPTION RATE taxes shall be made and collected prior to the date of such election.

EVEN THE RIVIERA I An exceeding grave situation has Interest in the Mitchell court mar each year on all the taxable propertyin SECTION 9. That the Board of
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$1,601 IS ALARMED 0 arisen regarding the dispute between tial center about the "damn rot", in.,. Bradford County, Florida, sufficient County Commissioners, the Supervisorof
Six Month '1k j I Great Brltian and I I cident of when to provide for the of Registration
--------------- Turkey over the Friday, RepresentativeFrank payment the Clerk of the Cir-
= I Florida's tremulous boom, which Mosul frontier and that there is serious R. Reid, chief defense counsel, the Interest!! as the same mature and cuit Court, and the Sheriff of laid

t hast wo upset many of the northern danger of war. overheard and protested a remark including t<1 provide a inking fund for the County shall discharge such duties in

states and even made California redouble II these words, made by Briga- redemption and payment of said bonds conection with the holding of said
r its effqrts to attract the tour- In New York city the arrests for dier General Edward L. King, a member at maturity in the same manner and election as are required of them by

uu, has also had its effect in Europe. drunken driving from 1016 to J919 I of the court by the same authorities as providedfor law in holding general elections, and
.11 The French and Italian Rivieras are averaged 161. In 1920 the first dry in Chapter 8622 of the Special Acts the laid elections, shall be governed in
disturbed over the trend toward this year, they rose to 3'4, dropped slightlyin I Revival of talk of a Sunday blue of the Legislature of the State of all respect by the law for holding

;f in the great rush of people from the I I' by 1924, resulting in an increase of other territory controlled by the Federal 6. That It shall\ be the qualifications of electors in bond eJections -

1 whole world to Florida. An Associated 481 per cent above the preprohibitionlevel. I government has frightened opponents duty of the said Board of Bond Trus. as provided by law, or as it not
w w v'vNo. Press Dispatch from Nice, France I into renewed activity. An unnamed tees to give general notice by adver- inconsistent herewith and when this

IIBY.: I wealthy man has offered to tisement of their intention to receive Act shall be approved' by the said
4954:>> I!,I "Florida's bid for winter tourist of Appointment of assistant secretary donate $100,000 for an anti-blue l law bids, for the sale of all or any part of referendum vote_ and. aha... tuba .f.
t (Membership in National Highwar :i, business and the boast of Floridiansthat war, navy and commerce depart- : temple. said bonds, and the sam- shall be feet, only such laws,-or- parts-- thereof--,

-ill Association) the American Riviera soon will sold to the highest bidder; provided, as are in direct conflict herewith are

f J be so mu<:h alluring than Mediterranean LEGISLATURE PASSES ACTS However, that said bonds shall not be repealed, except as herein otherwise
Congresnman R. A. Creen left the restore! that North Americans Martin's Bills j I sold for'less than ninety-eight percent provided.
I (Continued from
first of the week for Washintgtn will cease to cross the Atlantic, have page ) of their per value, with accured
,I ; / where he will take up his duties in aroused many resort hotels in this I tion of Bradford County above specified. interest. Said< Board of Bond Trustees PEnCE L. RASKIN'S. JR.

i.1. the rational congress. He wan accompanied area from long slumber. Houses are :' Passed may sell all\ or any part, of .
\ by his brother, Floyd, who undergoing moderization everywhere. By [ SECTION 2. That the bond trus- said bymls at such time or times as !Mr. and :Mrs. Perce L Kaikins of

t will act as secretary to the congress Americans are so insistent on having i,r! tees of Bradford County shall expend in its judgment may appear best, and Riverside, Jacksonville, are announce-

-' l man.'o room with private baths and are so':1' such other additional road funds as shall have the right to reject any and ing the birth of a son on Sunday, No.
-' frank in telling how much better accommodations State Solons hereinafter provided for an such other all\ bids and re-advertise for other vember 29, at the Riverside hospital.
I A member of the court martial 1 are in many Florida resorts ''roads in said Bradford County, Florida bids as it deems best. The young son has been named Perce

I tribunal, trying Col. Mitchell for that the hotel keepers along the as may be designated by the said SECTION S. Should any section, L. Gaskins, Jr.

t 'j 1 speaking what he honestly belived to j French and, Italian Rivieras have Special Session Sees All :Measure. Board of Bond Trustees, which roads, or part thereof, of this Act be held Mr. Gaskins is a former resident of

I be the truth, characterized: the testimony !- I taken warning. Recommended by Governor Ap ,with approximate amount of fundsto void in judicial proceedings, then only Starke and has. a great number of
of a witness as "damn rot." A 1 Steamship rates across the Atlantic -:, proved. be expended on each, shall be desIgnated such section or part thereof shall be friends' who extend congratulations
s I j goad percentage of civilians are ali j have become so high and European by the 'aid R- ard of Bond held to be void, and the same shall in +. _

ready convinced that the "trial" is a ( trips oa the wholit are so much more '' Tallahassee, Nov. 2-Atter: having Trustees in the call\ for the electionto no way affect the remaining sections NOTICEIn

"damn farce." |( expensive than they used to be that been forced into a night session be held as herinafter provided for. and parts of this Act, but all other Circuit Court., Bradford County. Scat of

II I -0- j visitors from the United States and to complete the routine work of signing SECTION: That the Board of parts of this Act shall be held to be FloridaTh. National. Bank of Pttonbunt..
With its location on the shortest ( Canada are much harder to please the bills passed by both houses Bond Trustees heretofore created ender valid and legal.SECTION a corporation.

route between Jacksonville and Tampa, :than in pre-war days. New hotels the Florida legislature adjourned sine Chapter 8622 of the Special Acts 7. That Chapter 10340of Plaintiff

on the short route between Lake City i land Mocks of residence apartments die tonight and the legislators hastily of the Legislature of Florida, of 1921, the Special Acts of the Legislature E. Hlnekli vaC .

and Palatka, and still another hard |tare springing up everywhere in the left the capitol to be home for Thanksgiving with their successors in office, shall surfaced 1 road running from Starke to 'leading riviera centers and realtors Barely a mapority were present and do hereby constitute the Boardof hereby repealed. I{ Damaitoa Civil Action.1I0. 4)0.OII

St.Augustlne on a line almost directly I are taking on the Florida pace nn,1I in both houses when the speakerof Bond Trustees as provided for herein SECTION 8. That the duties, powers I To E: E. Hlnckle and all other intaratcd! pen.rem

east, Starke will\ be sitting. "on announcing|{ that this port of the world ,'. the lower branch and the president and all\ duties, rights, powers, privileges rights and authority given to the You: and cent of you will pirate tak notice
top of the world." is destined to have the same sort of a !of the senate finally finished signing and authorities heretofore Board of County Commissioners and hat a milt by attachment ha* been Inaltnud

a.- a -0-- boom America's most southern state ,,. the measures passed during the extra- granted to the said Board of Bond the Tax Collector of Bradford Coun- I In State the of Circuit Florida Court, by the of National Bradford Bank County.of
,z Lake Butler is to have a $100,00 ho- Is enjoying. j ordinary session winch! began last I Trustees under Chapter 8622, be and ty under Chapter 8622 of the Special Petenbnrv.. a corporation plaintiff and aaatnit

tel, and Starke is planning for a fine I I Florida is certainly making progress 1 Tuesday, and udjournement officially I:the same are hereby extended to the Acts of the Legislature of Florida in K. E described an defendant of ....d defendant and ttw followIng Irtni.-

,,,1 hostelry to cost a like amount. Both | when it can be counted as a was voted. said Board of Bond Trustees in this 1921, be and the same are hereby ex. :;,and bvinir In old Bradford County Florida.
\ i live citlas within sixty miles of Act, except as otherwise provided for tended said :bas been attached under and by virtue of thatI
are I| rival of the famous Riviera and can ,, Pass. Constructive Laws tothe Board of County j certain writ of .
attachment toned
t | herein. I In aald suit
Jacksonville.-Times-Union. ,, force the innkeepers of that wonder- I,I Tallahassee, Nov. :2J.! Passim I Commissioners and the said Tax Cu!. < MI of .nd under the hand and seal of the
t Buy your self a food speedometer, i ful I section to make improvements to every measure retWii mended by Governor SECTION 4. Said /Joard of Bond lector of Bradford County under this I' Clerk of laid Court to-wlt:

Mr.' Editor. Starke is only 45 miler get the tourist trade. And it is not Martin, yet over-riding his veto I Trustees are hereby authorized and Act. 0;I, Township The Northeait Seven quarter South Roon.of ..Section Twenty-on Nine

away, and when the new road Is completed only Americans, but also Europeansand on one general and five lucal gillsi I empowered to issue bonds of Brad- SECTION 9. Thi Act shall take East..nd the East three-fourth of Nortweat
through Middleburg, ,we will ford County, Florida, in the of quarter of Northwest nuarter of Section Ten.
sum effect
the English, who are coming to the legislature which ended it-> extraordinary and be in force from and after Towruhlp Six South. Ranr Twenty-two Eat.
shorten that distance. I I I I Florida instead' of heading for the sessions last night displayed j, Four Hundred Fifty Thousand Dol- the day of the election herein providedfor That Mid defendant E. E. Hlnckle. and ..itnthtir
lars, said bonds to be of pernone Interwited. shall to to.
-- Mediterranean Riviera.-St. Peters the denomi shall have been held appear
a determination to adopt its own providedthat said action at the office. of the Clerk of the
Florida is building probably more burg Independent. ,course and follow it without dictation nation of One Thousand Dollars each, the same be ratified by the af- aid snort at Stark. Bradford County Florida -
good roads according to its population : from from bear date the first day of Januaryor firmative vote of a majority of the on Monday, the fret day of February.. A.
one, expressions
any many D 19Z, or judgment will be entered axalnatyon.
1 than any state in the Union. Outside| FAMILY GRAVEYARD AT members of both houses show. July of the year in which said qualified electors who are freeholdersof '
of the work! ?h-1.! '1,>"ft by the state, I TilE STATE .'.\1If SHOWS i iWilY ( bonds i or any part thereof, may be the said Bradford County, Florida, |'I Given under my hand and official _! at
6 i I Although the met virtualno Starke. Bradford County. State of Florida,
counties and SOME I'EOI'LE DIED: governor sold, each bearing interest
getting busy
'I are at rate
many a voting in election
in either house an to be held in this 2nd day of December, 192S.I .
; improving their roads. :Marion county | I opposition on not to exceed six per centum per annum said county for the of de. 'I I I G.W.ALDERMANClerk
,1) t board of county commissioners hoi (By Spuds Johnson) |uny of his important general mea- ; said interest being payable whether of Circuit Ooort.
let-mining not said
Although I am gettin up into yeal'1"I ) sures, by passing the six laws over or county ] Bradford County, Itlorld
i- called a bond election for December semi-annually on the first day of Jan-shall bond for said in said W J. EPPERSON
,: J 15 upon the i issuance of over $'',000-1 I am still somewhat of a ladies' man, his veto the legislature proved it "way uary and July; bonds to mature not;sum at the time the said purpose Board of Bond Sheriff Bradford County,
I 'r..1' 000 highway construction bonds, it is I| and at the Florida State Fair last not under the chief executive's thumb," State of lorida. 12-4-lt-l-M.

stnteii. Union county will soon begin i week I saw mime vnry interesting us one member put it. --- -- -------- .-----_ -----
things in the home demonstration exhibit ) The legislators unanimous in
work on a network of paved roads and I' I
( other counties are building rails or The jellies, jams, preserves | the opinion that the special session I GASOLINE GUS By A. B. CHAPIN J
Ii Ii I lA
., nicking preparations to build roads as I and canned goods were all prettyand ,was one of the most constructive ever

1 fast ns funds are available.-TimesUninn. looked like they would have been'' held, either special or regular. No
I i j; delicious if I could have eaten some' effort was made to pas any measures
i I, of them. However, it was the home I' of a radical nature and few debates Stiff CU- 6cYN-a
--0-- I I I I' FITCH*MS OH improvement setiun that caught
: Work was started a few days ago' my Iqf I II any consequence featured the sessions SOME WNATIi IM'MATTEn. THIS GENT Missus gciFris" U/AMTS T'
i : on putting the cunning plant in Starke special attention. I of either house or senate. ps ru.ED wrrH Two AIRS' SAYS HE CANr WillOW .IP HER CAR/4
in first-class condition. The owners, I i: In this section there were the laborsaving Governor Matrin recommended seven WATeM1WNY.. SAM HILL \x ttNOO WAIT ANY 9RIarG UAPY-IT AM'R GMi WILL oven.I'M You.+

.. Ilyslop and Son, of Burlington, OnI I' household conveniences general measures of particular interest 1NaY1lNIVORK" LONEER ANON You a WAY6lT
tario, purchased the plant sometime !I I which are becoming a necessity In the I throughout the state and a* IN A *0 V j VWHATCHA T'D ffOlM'WITH HER Sl/WMY/ ROAJT AT ,

'. ago and their plans for this season i modern home, and there was the radio -, many mile of less general interest T1ltttlBs ?' ZMM COtEMANS AI6A T
I I which is making rapid fire ad- STArtTER SP' + 9 ? ? ?
All have been passed. wear/
r cull < placing the present building ,
t I and machinery in shape for handling | vanes However, one of the most in- I The seven of probably most impor- IWISN I ITtit \ I II
with this I
in connection
teresitng things
I grapefruit' oranges and strawberries, tance are: IT TO ? I
according to the Starke Telegraph, I exhibit was the little graveyard (po- 300,000'from ASM. M fMIT CtVTJWIB I $ y_
i litely called cemetery by our city An act appropriating $ 1 WE'LL .A>:. Yotj
which adds that new machnery will 'I the internal improvement fund for ,I ,IT A W FAMILIAR \
'friends which Miss Moore had fixed
hn shipped In in a few days to be Installed construction of an additional office W'r'fTr 'TDtlalaT AsIY DAD I :
up. This was so interesting to me i CAMP OottT o I s Q Q
for handling the fruit. The 9tTOURS. ( b CANtWN
building to house state departmentswhich }
I that I the the iN60Un4f
copied inscription on
ffir ?
pUnt at Starke was started several will be erected near the capi I / I t GHr tavbyNtN'Q
tombstones. Here They
they are. SOMETNINd$
$$1 years ago, but closed down for some

reason, after it had operated for several I tell. WIFE their, who own roamed stories.because of lack tol.An act appropriating $300,000 from 'A I IMY IGNITION
However much fruit
seasons. so
the fund for erection of buildings
of love and cooperation at home and ,ame -
Is In that section of Bradford
of a broken heartHUSBAND at the state prison farm at Rai- i
the attention
) county of outside capi
who died not from bullets ford.An i
tal directed the and the
was to project
act allowing half of state school |
but from biscuits.GRANDFATHER
i plant was sold to Ilyslop and SOl i
This season only strawberries and who lived to be lands on deferred payments plan with | I1 ir( I ) J. g HtIYQtltf- ,
cash of less than ,
a payment not one t
\1)9) -he was loved, properly fed ,and I
grapefruit will be canned, but later fourth and the remainder in equal J r. T'9ttTMf
lived in a home that had health, com- I
the plant will be enlarged take
l to care
of one-fourth 'A
I I payments each. The V TIMER
fort and .
of all kinds of fruits and vegetable present law requires cash payment I \
( 50 walked
aged -
Starke, Lawtey and Hampton, all! of the entire amount.
to death in an old fashioned kitchen. |
I within reach of the
easy plant, are An act regulating commercial alr-//
l\IO'fHER-Carrying buckets of I
noted for fine strawberries and other craft In Florida, making this
water each day, washed Dear Motherto
fruits, and It ia i predicted that the I Ia
?j : the first to take such for (
Heaven a step protection 471 ,f -
t' cannery Starke Times-Union.will prove a paying I away.MOTHERDied from lack of sunshine I I of both aviation Interest and / a f

: .... in a dark kitchen. "From dark i; the public. I i 4t %
ness into light." 1 An act authorizing creation of spe- i
Here lies the wife of Hiram Green, dial I districts over the state for mOIli ,

The head of a settlement home, whose hubby wouldn't buy her a i quito control work to aid par-sections -
after many yearn of experience with washing machine. whose development I is being hindered .

human beings, declares that a' boy But now that her life over a wash- because of this, in the opinion of the I

who i is lazy at 10 will be a lacy man tub was spent* governor.
at 30. He Is probably right, too, if Hastens to buy'her a monument A law to make it less difficult to

4' the Individual has a genuinely lazy Here lies. the wife of Solomon Penn, remove "clouds from lands
A temperament. But there are lots 'of Died doing the family washing of which wan endorsed by the FII> tltles// ( 1if"

I'a' boys and girl. who appear lazy who Ten. sociatlon of Real Estate ,I ..
Jf really are not so. It is important Here lies the body of Mary Mithcen which I Is expected to reduce fees of'' "

that parents, teachers and social Who died carrying water' from well attorney for clearing titles. I' I
a 'worker distinguish between real to the kitchen. New! "search and seizure law to enable I

and seeming! laziness in order that I SUSAN-Suffocated by a smoky I officers to search property or
i io.
I they may give youngster the help stove. : persons without warrant on *us-1 -- -

they ought to have.Sometimell MAGGIE never did have fun, plcion that law (is being violated,and i,
any ..
apparent laziness in At 30 her life was done. which in the opinion of its sponsors, I o... ;;.. :' 'Ifo'ft9... .,.,.":..,. c"C!>tr, ......:---.J"- ; :."-:' Jj;:,..' Y.: : : .'.. .,..: ....,':.: -'.. ," co :<: .,
,, school and at h'ome Is caused by poor Here lies beloved Sister Sue will make prohibition enforcement ,in''

health or some physical defect like Died! because she never did get thru. Florida easier. ,:

I poor vision. When this condition hall In memory of Kettle Burk, who S. Courtney- has solj half interest LIST YOUR REAL ESTATEWith
been cleared up the boy nr girl take died of over-work. I
K in the American Lunch to his brother-
a sudden spurt and turr' oat to be ANNIE scrubbed herself' to death.
in-law, R. A. Liebeno, who recently ,
It alert, Interested and ambitious. LIZZIE
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i moved here from Kansas City, Mis-|
Sometimes, too, laziness heavy broom.
apparent ,
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exists because the child has
not yet been here for several month and I
found a genuine normal interest, or Horse stoat, PEEK REALTY COMPANY
Animal.' highly recommend'Starlte and Bradford : I
1 perhaps he has found it and
pursues Remember last too horse 1 Is the county to their friends in their
it to the exclusion of hit lesson
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t his household! I
chorea. Handled
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