Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I John Murr of Highland :Shot in Leg; W. Pinholster died.. at his home

ARE NOT Has'Limb Amputated I"on New River, of high blood pressure i

ALLOWED TO RUNM.1L on the brain July 3rd. Mr. rinhol-! !I I FIX THE .BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR j

ster was born May 21, 1816 in Liberty
'_ u___________ Tuesday John Marr of Maxville i
Ga. ho served in the War lie- .
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\ SERVICE HELD UP AND they would refuse to continue while was brought to Starke suffering from ; i -

FUEL SITUATION SERIOUS; troops were on guard in the shops. a shot wound in the leg Ho was placed -: tween the States anti rendered good T.\X ASSESSOR'S:,: VALUATIONS: General; Fund it,r, C
Southern soldier.
GUARDS CALLED OUT Officials of the train service broth- in the care of Dr. K. L. Biggs who service at a After j I ON l'IWI'EnTusnLNf: n : "
Occupational and railroad "
the ho moved to Bradford I I license tax
war county
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found KIH'M.l/.FRH)
erhoods also protested against the an amputation of the limb nec '
In 1868 ha married Mrs. Amanda lin- I $1,000.01) tai.
presence of soldiers. essary. The amputation was accom- "
July 11 The deter-
.shington, Fine nnd Forfeiture
his brother's widow lie
holster reared |I The board
of ,commissioners
plished and Mr. Marr is resting easy county
of the federal
jttmn government Fines' $1,500.00.The .
l'ruh.lttgainltt Soldiers her two children David and. Jack
mail dur- at the home of his sister Mrs. I). L. 1'of Bradford county Florida, met on
"i untain transportation Officials of the striking I'inholstcr. This union brought one July 3 1922: in board then adjourned as a board
shopcrafts ]I Iligby, of this city. How tho accident regular session with
he present shopmen's strike fail- Mrs. Julia M. Johns who ,: of county commissioners and organized
renewed died
their child
protest against tho mil- I happened we have been unableto !I the following! members present to-wit
heck the stream of reports to l After the. as a board of equalizers.The .
itary occupation but promised ColonelCulbertson I learn. An Associated Press .dispati.li some years ago. death of J. M. Brownlop, chairman, J.V.. Andrews -
:ostofHce department of interferby : his first wife he married Miss AnnaM. I tax assessor having> presented f Y
In command, that they in the Times-Union of Wednesday Jr., Louis H. Hill James Roy .
strikers of mail trains. would do all that was possible to avert had the following to say: i Johns, who diet! In iS'J'' I. There i i nold-s and II. P. Guiriey. I his books allowing/ the assessed, Valuation ',I

U. Crisler, superintendent of rail- trouble.V'put.y. : were four children born to them, Miss I I of.property for examination I by '. "'
I Starke July 11.John Marr, section Minutes of last meeting rend undapproved. ,
,. mail service at St. the
Louis report- board in
Sarah l'riseilln.V.. Jr., Alice. J. W. compliance with the requiremonts !
U. S. Marshal. foreman of the Seaboard Air Line' I (
i telegrams to Postmaster General the guarding I I.. and J. A. Pinholster. The last named ; of Section. 23 of Chapter ,,1I'i {
\II -K that 3,000 miles of railway mail International and Great Northernurrested railroad at Maxwell near here, was dying u few years ago. Later hu I Petition signed\ by R. A. Green and, I53JH1:;) Laws of. I Florida and, tho board ', 3 3of
two strikers at Laredo Texas brought here today suffering from a others t i
I received
asking that assistance '
the Missouri Kansas and
si. "I'icc on I was united in marriage to 111's.nn. county commissioners having given
i ,. not after a strike breaker was badly gunshot wound in his left thigh which 41 bo given. B. K. Bryan whoso wife sustained /! for fifteen '
days .
nil l L. Wilson, of Clay county. by publication: ) ; 'w.3 W
Mr.I'' | necessitated the amputation of tho l a broken limb, cud upon consideration | In tho Bradford, '
: I' Air I'inholater held several I honorable I Bounty Telegraph: n j '
Passenger trains on tho Fort Worth leg Although he 1 is in a serious con- $10 was appropriated for ) r
lOn was serious because of the I positions .during his life ]Hu( was newspaper< published nt Sturke. in the "
and Denver and the Santa Fa side- { ditiun he is expected to recover. I ono month. k ,
rent impossibility of getting coaled ,'' county treasurer for Bradford, u I! county of Bradford, that the I board "
over foreign lines from the 'swiped each other at the lo'ortVorth I Nothing could be learned as to how ber of thu school board' two 'mem-I Tho following bonds were approved would meet on this day UK a board of i I '

ies for use by the road. I,I|junction, but no one was hurt. Road : Marr received his wound and ho refused -I was .elected l to the legislature] and : I equalizers! for. the purpose of hearing 1

ne St. Louis-San Francisco l'lIil-1. oflicials said the accident was due to a to discuss it in any way. The served two yell I'll. He was a lUember I II. J. Thomas, Lnwtey, notary pub complaints and receiving. : testimony .. : y;

company notified the department'' mix-up; in signal lights and blame was : shooting is said to have occurred at I of tile Missionary Baptist. church and, lic. us to the value of any property, relil. '"

ad no intention of withdrawing I Iin : not attached to the strike. Highland< between here and Muxville was deacon for several yours! Ito J. II. RiUh, Starke. notary public personal or mixed os, fixed. by the f'

mains I Ii The strike and resultant cancellation early Urn morning.Starko The sherilr who served as moderator of tho !New River K. T. Stewart, BrooUer justice of county tux assessor for the year 1922. ./(d,.:. ,

further trouble was reported of trains has disrupted! the senatorial went from to the scene, after I union for several years and in all positions the peace district Nt+* 8. i I The board then recessed until Wednesday in J
the here for medical
brought -
man was
"' n Springfield and other points in'' campaign in south central ho rendered good and valuable C. N. Shaw Brooker, constable district July 5, 1022! at 10 o'clock a. ij. a b
\MuHouri where the strikers were al't states, the candidates being forced to attention, could find no one who! service. He believed in an honestgovernment No. S. I 1111.
I i admitted knowledge' of the affair.I I I
>rt yesterday to have refused to revise their itineraries. any and used! bin influence to I C. A. Knight, Starke/ supervisor' of : :' JI ,
I Thu same bilenue was maintained! by ,
mail matter and the situation | Disorders havo !been reported in 1 I that end. lib was a good citizen, registration/ Board! I.'on'l'netV.lnl.'l! the man's brother who brought him
Kansas City was reported today to California At Roseville an employeof ready at all limes to give his untiring The matter of Jano Jordan commit- 1022: : ut 10 o'eloik! u. I m, with all members ,
mproved. I the Pacific Fruit" company was shot here. energy and support to his country ment to county coiiimiHsionorH by tho I piesent. 'J
Jliur i is about :25: years old. and un
Obliged to Annul Train i while on duty at a fruit icing plant. I and to the church, where he stood In county judge laid over until the next The board took the tax books as> "

ontmaster General Work today reed j Strike sympathizers were said to be married. the front rank in benevolence and ac meeting. of said 1 hoard presented. und\ after examining sumo '
Later-Mr. Marr died at1 a. m.Thursday .
from T. C. Galloway, president ,!, occupying positions commanding the', his death being coused by tlvity.lie The follolwing resolution was. pro- and mulling some comparisons, decided ,

(the Baltimore and Ohio railroad I packing plant. I leaves u widow, three children neiitod and lidopled: to make no changes und the ta
"it 'he Baltimore and Ohio railroad One man was in jail at Red Bluff, : tetanus and embolism, conwqupncoiiof and live grandchildren besides a host Whereas at the regular! mooting of books were, accepted. us presented by I

mpany the following telegram: j I Cul., and another was out on $:;,.000i ',i the shot wound. of friends to mourn his lomt. His remains I (the board of county t'omiiiiMslnnors, on the county tux assessor i

mpnny was obliged to annul the op- i I bond, charged with kidnapping Pat-I'I were laid< to rest in the cemetery ,: (first Monday in August, A. I). IOI: 1, The bnnrd, then adjourned, ng a :
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', anon of its train No. 40 from Flora, i rick Killifer, a boilermaker UAPl'lST CHURCH; BULLETIN: at New River Unptist church, there was levied! against; all th.- properly I board of equalizers' and, organized. us

I II) to Shawncetown, 111., yesterdayi | in the Southern Pacific shops at Ger- I' --- I where his funeral was preached by I in Bradford county for agricultural n hoard of county commissioners. '1 t

i and on that account was unto ber. !'j Worship of God i is based not only I ev. L. \V. Kickliter to u largo concourse purposes, one-fourth! of one mill, The board then took tip the matter ;1. i J Jof

1" perform United States mail] | Attempt to Dynamite Water Tank I upon divine command it rests also I of Borrowing fricndd., lie was and making an estimate of the nocun- ."

'e between these points on acme I At New Castle Cal, attempts were upon our human instinct. Worship is I buried with Masonic honors.A Whereas tho county was divided. on spry expenses for the fiscal year from '

of the action of strikers who !! made to dynamite one of the largest' 1 1I the satisfaction of a. deep-Heated Im- FH1KNI:: October 1, 1921, as per bill passed by October 1, A. 1 n. 1022, to September r; ( '

,v">uld not permit our officers and employes i water tanks on the Southern Pacific I pulse of our nature. To believe! in Godis I -. the legislature in 1121! and, Union 30, A. D. 102:5: and having considered l '1J i\
who were on the grounds at system. to feel need gratitude, yearning Since the above was net in type an- county was formed, out of part of I the. receipts: estimated by this clerk ;"

fo"orlto make up trains. This hasH I So indications of peace could be obi I and aspiration. Worship alone gives other friend of \Mr. Pinholster fur- Bradford county and the tux books. and. the valuation of tho property. of t !

I :> brought to the attention of the served i early today either in the attitude I such' an expression to all these as will nishes some additional notes: were< divided HO as to conform to said the county nit shown by the 11 RI'MIt- M '

fflce department authorities in of tho company officials or the I be sought elsewhere in vain. While .' He was u member of tide \Masonic county division, und Union county collecting mont rolls prepared by tho tax nnxca- l ',

that section. The company had the strikers. I I j the earth remaineth Augustine's- Lodge for forty-seven yearn and has, the part of tho said abovementioned sir and having given full consideration t u

ulPment in proper condition and The railroads declare they will op- den words will find a response in every held tho office of Worshipful Master tax that properly belongedto of the needs. and necessities of s

(roes necessary to operate this ser- orate their shops with non-union la-( intelligent soud: "0 Lord thou 'and other oftlccH( in the lodge ever Union county und Bradford coun- the county anti I the rcii'liremonts' for 1

but was prevented from doing;: so 'boy and labor headquarters remain )(: madest us for thyself and our heart since) he became, n member. At the ty collecting the part belonging or assessed tho different purposes to meet the

., the failure of ]local authorities to I determined not to weaken in the face'i is restless until it reposes in thee." 'time of his death ho was chaplain of i against Bradford county as it expenses: during the mild fiscal year .

u.intain order and provide protection of tho railroad ultimatum. I I Tho hours of worship with us are the organization. stands. since. the formation! of Union have determined and do hereby d.... s

_____ I : The Bible school rest Tuesday afternoon I county. clnre the, following to be the
"'a ur employes. I nm bringing' this 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. He was laid l to on exp'ns"sIIn.1 1

'our personal attention in view of, State Guardsmen Fired Upon by !Snipera : ;; meets at 9:15: : a. m., under the super- July 4th, at New River, cemetery Whereas Bradford< county not having i all special und, extraordinary expenses ;f1 I r

." possibility of more extensive and Hidden, in Gully; i intendency of Mr. Quigley and with Rev L. W. ICk L1 liter, of Starke, any county agent/ or .county fair! contemplated for the fiscal

ous: difficulties in that section." Bloomington, Ill, July 11.-More'!' classes for all ItlCel'Ve have the conducting. the last sad rites, after hall not expended any part of the fund i year next onniiing and for which tho f '

'he postmaster general said he hid: than 300 shots were exchanged by the': pleasure of greeting visitors each which the Muttons under the directionof thus created and I courthouse and revenue for the year 1922 from lid vu- ,.
York of St. Petersburg fail being in need! of repaint< we here- lorcVii taxation, and, the estimated/ t
itructed the superintendent of the state guardsmen and snipers markedthe Sunday, and a welcome awaits you. Past Master A. S. ro-

n, Iway mail service herein Washiniin first, night's: .control of the Chicngo At the morning service tho pastor 'I took charge of tho body and by instruct the clerk of this board to el 1 ceip"n( from other sources will be

to have divisional inspectors sent. and Alton shops by national guard will have for his subject "The Matur- was buried with Masonic honors. ask permission| of tho state comptroller i available. :

ti", all points where railroads had re- troops. Two men hidden. in a gully :, ity of the Buried Life." The evening ]I '.pallbearers were C. It. Sapp) to transfer tho money In the agricultural ; General Fund ,R I '

t/I irted disordors by strikers and to north of the shops fired twice at sentries : service will be held outdoors should !-'. L. Turner C. M. Andreii Rev M. fund to tho building fund.A F..Urnltl..n.' .... nnnnrnl. rand' ftriiilfnrrlViiinly. '
the weather permit. Last Sunday evening I. Smith W. J. Jones and< F. V. resolution received from the ( '' for the lineal year mitllng' BnpUmlMrHO .
make reports Washington at once. shortly before 3 n. m. Three ',, I 1W1Hfllnry .
hundred rounds from automatic. ri-I! Dr. Bullen presented to a largo !I Stump. The llurnl offerings(! were board of public instruction of Bradford of clnrl of flu, clrruit. ., court IMcutinty 1"
the board of niitlitor. and lurk to countyKimttilMionHiit
Trim: Service Curtailed and cards fles were poured into tho gully. At audience the subject of Christian workin beautiful. county. asking county _.._____..._________''nooooI. I 0
The sermon was illustrated \ lie leaven. to mourn his loss his commissioners to assess ten mills. JVr illi'm sal mllmgn uf mml.ltlon "tit
Called Out daylight the place was searched but Japan. for general school anti) ors-" _--. __... _. ._ ___. .__. flflfl,01)
disorders trace of the snipers was found. The I by some of the most beautiful wife and three children, namely, I. W. purposes slime "1'ny or wlicrKr. for nU.n.lnn.. oil 1
Chicago July 11.- no
I !slides that can be obtained and as Jr., and J. W. L. Pinholster nnd Mrs ordered, l Tiled.KatlmateH I' ly cnrnntlmtlurmni'; _.-,- :): ?:: "
curtailment of train service and shooting was resumed IIh 7:15: Aliurnoy for atmtity' I ;',,,,; '; : ) I
several when snipers fired on a one man said: "It was the next best It. J. Oliver; nix grllndl'hilt.lren.frA.! received from special tax /HiipvrvUor" of .rvuUtrittlnn ____..

additional troops on duty the at this morning at the northeast edge of the : thing to a trip to Japan."\ Next Sun- L. L. 'rhl pen of East; 1'nlatka, :Mrs school l districts.numbers 1 I. 2, 3, .1, 7, Ktliftlr(":mirUiiiilnii.tn, nontily. htillftlnKillk___...______ / '

trouble centers marked progressof sentry p day evening fifty more slides will be \V. E. Gregoryof ftvartx: ICy., Ida j 0,10.11. 12, in, 16, 17, I ix, ID, as, 27, .1 nil _.____ ..__ ..________ I ,
the rail strike today. Ranks of shop yards. No one was injured on i Fur turn ami fixture for:
the night. ( used to show! the nature of the work Wall, Willie Milo and Cuntey Oliver 28 and 31 asking that three mills he Coiirlhuuitv. ______... .___ 1
the strikers were also recruited as the soldiers' side during twdl j being done for these Island people. Guy Tinholster of Jacksonville., nssesfifd' against said property clerks tho Norfolk and Western It was unofficially reported that RMiivnNMi, of. eouiity butlillntr! ,
on l The slides used last Sunday will be Relatives attending the funeral within said districts. .IMlllt..... And nthor. ntUinduiiU 1',
authorized to strike at 10. a. m. more companies of troops ar- i ______,
were Resolution received, from tho board I.In hi. rod end water )") )'
'''rive this morning. It was also reported shown brief mention being made of from other places were Mrs. M. C. Intturnnoff ..___...._....*...? I Iran
today. workers will|I each. Bring the children. The deaf Pinholster. Mrs. E. N. Alexander of public instruction: of Bradford if .....nlll'' port

Troops were on guard over railroad that non-union this morning can see and enjoy it. Wo are never Mm. A. J. Johnson Mayme, Guy and county asks ag that a levy of live mills Door Allowance hiimm male. u_.. .imuonm-_..______"_ r
property at Bloomington' and Clinton arrive from Chicago j for the interest and funds for Coroner. .,. ... Sat
sinking ln iup : ; J
all Jacksonville
too old to enjoy pictures.REMARKABLE W .E:. I'inholster,
been made to ,, .
111.. Kan. and New Franklin Arrangements have r **i .t nificem, Jurors sad l .II" 1
Parsons bonded school: districts numbers :3 und
companies Mrs. W. K.: Gregory of Kvurts: Ky., Iniiniilly Iniiiilriwitfmv ,
Mo., with other units under arms and meet their train with two of East Pulatkn 25: (CSturke and Lawtey), be IIKlleIlM.I.The nf birffcn ftncl eommUteM. '
REUNIONA Mrs. L. L. Thlgpen
entrain. of troops to escort them to work. : Stutlonnry and prlntlnirif.inttriii I j
ready to following resolution was received ; blAnlul, .
A. of Starke. HlAtlfinury. ale
and L.
United States marshals were pro Lieut.-Col. Charles W. Nunan who Mrs. Wynn from the board of bond, trustees Knronl book ____ _.......___ 'e.
in the shops held the The bereaved ones have the sympa- lv.itiiifnu" fiujrvii/ by law unit > ;
tecting mails on southwestern lines it in charge of the guards ) family reunion, was at entire of Bradford county Florida, and, for by eoimty .....__
of the
Burlington shops at predicted that today will be the do homo of Judge and Mrs. Gco. A. Gardiner thy community. mmlMMlonn pied to olTiciinitT I
and tho
guarding! same ordered filed.Starke _
x n..wo- ____... '.
Aurora Ill., which had been surrounded cislve day. After a round of tho sen- on July 4th. This gathering' I Fla., June IB, 1022. Tax C4,lliwtur, -- --.____.. {
I posts at T a. m., ho said last was remarkable on account of four C. P. IJAUBKK )[fJolmuAt : Sh .llr. Kitncral. ouurt work__ ... "
by 1,000 pickets. I The board of bond trustees of Bradford Clark circuit, court rnatirrlinu fend a J
Many rail centers were blanketedvltTaf night's sniping wits merely to test of tithe j generations being present which does I county, 1 Florida met In adjourn end l oouit wary --.--;-. t
soldiers and see ) Mr. and Mrs. liana- a recent. meeting of the stock r.peoils.: of do.I 'pn -.......
of the not often happen.
restraining strikers mettle members ; : :
injunctions : ed session with all present fnilttxlnK --- -__- -=---_...: :
from, interfering" with the operation what they would do under fire. | ford Austin parents, of Mrs Gardiner, holders of the f.awtey State Hunk an follows: H. S. Matthews chair tGrwr-w for .untii! ||.rn.'li. ---._

"f trains and the. shops. Picketing : Ninety-four non-union workman arrived were those of the first nornton! ; Hon. C. F. Barber.., of this place,!.: Wallbonorl.d man, J. C. Cone, A. A. Durdon J. If. 'rotal _... ..._____. .u___-.___

.I" general throughout the country. ,, this morning. They were searched Judge and MJ-S. Gardiner, the 'second; by being unanimously elected Bitch and W. E. Torode. FII1" i
found in J.-Roberta and Mrs. W. S. resident of this safe and rapidly and Forfeiture 1)I
Feel l EfTccfJ' of Two Strike b'y: troops and a Run was Mrs. Z. i1o'toJ1lwlng resolution wa adopted ,
New York and the east bei" an to one of the nine socl-. It: was confla- Yelvingtoa, their daughter, the third, growing institution rtf Bradford coun : "lImatoo of. niiMinva. rti.. sod ( fit
Mr. Barber is of the most con Fund, imafortf. Ctiunttftii, the v
fVel the combined effects of the coaln.rll.rll rutert.Tolonol. andthe luttor's little IO"n. William ty. one Ba It rcaolved! 'Thafc the board of n.Hn< !Itpt\otrlbw: ) 80, tae,. i y.
Culbnrtson has tusoed orders Gardiner Yelvington the'fourth. Oth- I sorvativo and successful business men ;Sh.riir woe dllPil1o'iilo' feet kill In !
: and railway shopmen. Twenty': county 1:1)'mmIISI'nera of Bradford Inn) taut ..,. ... --"'
one tiains the Erie and all djvublofp that all workmen going into the er guests! were., Mr. add }4rx. Austin I of Baker county and hid holt at county, Florida be and tblllV/ here.by C.III.t.bl", S'lans\ In ei-l.nlnnl (
on are
liquor. friends] In this y.lctlunVIII be pleaded fl.'ik nl Uhf .'lr ult court, co..t i
and of Mr. ) being I '
for Winkler
; ti'ns! of the West Shore were dis- shops be searched. weapons Starko Wlnklor+ requested to make an assessment I crmlniK" alto .+.._._, ..
tile I a grandson trf Mr. and Mr n.1'to hear of this honor hiring ( I I iCuunly nudes. < bill in m iMlnnl! I
ontnried and trains on conferred of If) mill to interest the road vat
express I pay on .. ,____ ..
hlaa. His J. W. '
said to "If there Is any flprhtinflr-to bo Austin, W. 8. Yetvin> ton and Z. J. upon ; son, .
Xotf'ilk and Western were done bond and also to create a sinking I Jue4lee Of UM ante*, aunt blll Ml '
colonel lIald. [ of Mr. and Mr well known here! wan R1'alll: chow: 1 (t"..| was .__. _
hae been. .delayed 3 to <6 hours because we will do it, the Roberta HaIRIngs j f'.'1d to retire ad! bond a.t mulurity | Wltn/*. food .- _-_"_-_"__... _"_ .." ''/
1hortar-'c locomotives( and of Crowds of strikers and "strike, sywi-j! R. A. Swift and von Edward: of New cashier of the bunk a position ho has (Gwt. IIUtfrKflMtl.. / Ilk In Glvrl' / ''
"f 1 tn ( of crowding around the La. held for several years, with the ut- andsthitt an assessment of 4 mills be,I j I tw .. __ ....._.._. .
rrl.> Labor loaders predicted that pnthisrers began made for (r nernl road pnrpriie rflw\ .fUI'M mitiiljMi m* on hl"'.. *tc<..
be. at 10 o'clock and orders were The reunion WM a very happy one moat success and credit.-JIaculenny l 100.,1\ .. .. ._ ... .._.
f.1'> '!h"r curtailment was imminent shop I The /clerk of the circuit court hawing Dutton' i Ir.nnnr.' _. ______ ,
tai'1 ;" the roads have been unable to Issued", to net up machine; guns covering and all enjoyed themselves immensely. Standard prepared estimates/ o-f revenues I'./ u' juror. orirni.iitl. ...... )
ttml' jiwtlto couilM .'..._ /
rr-n!,.'co striking repair expert' every entrance. un-I j j.Strikers A sumptuou dinner, in the preparation and: ce1tltll from sources other than/ IM.InCwdiiil, .i vuc. ...... .__. ..
and members of other of which Mi'. Gardiner had __..._. .
The soldiers were greeted with Jeer* j FOR MAYORC. from taxes to be levied reasonably tobe i'" they patrolled the shops and yards ions are planning a mass meeting this put, all her well known skill vroa the expected-from the first day of October -

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of the Chicago and Alton in Bloominfc- afternoon to adopt resolutions demanding crowning, feature of th
t" Slachine runs were trained In that the troops be removed. ;;, fore and after thin the guests regaled, candidate for Mayor of Starke iub-; September, A. D. l lf 83, And the said It was thereupon resolved

tho direction from whence came few The entire body U planning to march J themselves with watermelons poaches (Jeot to voters In the city election to entlmntos having been properly I certified clerk!;: uf tho court IM .

chots at the soldiers this morning but on the city hall to present their dIJ-l[ figs and other dainties that the ,be held Sept 12, 1&22. under oath, ware ordered. spread the foregoing! Mtinuttt m ;

the fire was not return i,.manda to Mayor Edward Jones and: well stocked Gardiner farm affords.' : upon the minutes. of the board and I the board published'. In a i

The tense situation at Bloomington thece were open threats on the itroets I The occasion was voted a success and. John Sa>p, a prominent citizen 1 the;" originals) to be'filed a* A part of in this county one insertion: :

was aggravated by the clerk who that if the mayor did not art h* would t the next reunion 'ia looked forward to .,of Sapp station. had bu in.i. in town the records of. the board 1 and IIIn,. copy thereof properly

announced be "run out of town." with pleasure. Monday. t word and follows! .
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'''f S4 SEE "BUSY JAX." a master piece of engineering, about -."

three-quarter mile long, the highest K g

point of the floor about 75 feet, but

f' "' I.. (For the Telegraph) the towers between which tho draw It t" cigarettes I Io1't

If you stay at homo too murh you span is lifted are 228 feet above the

'1 will be affected with mental dry rot. water. The pillars that support i it it I

a Yon will become sluggish bigoted/ and rest on rock; some of them go down tM.( I IS

will come to the belief that things a hundred feet beneath the water.

around you are just as good! as need The union depot is a splendid building ,'

i t be, and you will work against all im cool, clean, roomy and well ap i f << ,

> i w provements. You will turn into one pointed. The maze of tracks that sur

t of those chin-whiskered fellows that I It round it is "a sight. There are hun y )e ,

t the comic supplements and< the mov dreds of switches, and they are all'

t ies are sure to introduce whenever operated by stl'anfrom one or two They areGOOD
i k L t' their subject is the small town or the points. Jacksonville has considerable

i'' I l' farmers. To prevent becoming a fossil shipping, and American and foreign !

I take a trip to a big city occasionally ships! are seen 1n plenty along the extensive ';: ., '

I t I and see what live people are accomplishing. water front. Among them are i "

seen war vessels of the smaller classes.
1' I Starko people need not go very far I Two or three floating docks can

$ r to find such a place, for less than two lift good-sized ships clean out of the i Bay f Jli.Cigarette end Sat t Money

I hours'! ride<1 on the train will bring water, so that workmen may walk I

.; them to Jacksonville. They can cot beneath and repair their bottoms. A

""I t there at 7 a. m., and if they return marine railway drags vessels up on Colds Cause unp ana Influenza
l ': home at 10 p. m., they should have land for repairs. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE T..bleu !remove the .
ccuno. There U 3- Qulalr\
only one mi
y time to gee enough of interesting Just north of the city are East and I'':. W GROVE'S s+Irtniimm nn box. SOe.
I ::1, sights to give them food for reflection '
( i West Evergreen, the Catholic and( the
until they can make another trip. Jewish cemeteries. These cities of

d Take your children thong; it will be a the departed are well worth seeing, W. C. T. U. COLUMN
t liberal education for them. for here are the finest kind of drives \

i Jacksonville, while not one of the and walks, laid out by competent land -
largest cities! can show as many-
,1, \1, scape architects. A multitude of revolving -
phases of human endeavor as any. Its sprinklers keep the velvet.ylawns
1 Wealth Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk and Mrs. C. A.
people are progressive.,:(
very greener than any you have ev- year."I
I handA Futch entertained at their attractive
and enterprise are seen on every er seen before. Beautifully trimmed
s home on East Call street last Friday ,
network of trolley lines Is spread
hedges, ornamental flower beds, many ,
rC all over the place, and riding comfortably kinds of strange trees and shrubs engage afternoon, the pleasant affair being a ___4. J _/
W. C. T. U. silver tea.
in the cars, you see attention on hand.
Ill ,1, all kinds of Industries and evidences Monuments your ,one costlier than every the next, The subject for the afternoon was"health"

of wealth and refinement. Along! the and the following papers
stand like a forest, and, here are mausoleums -
Riverside and Ortega lines, especially designed by artists and built proved< of interest.

; ; are beautiful residences, vielng with by wealth. Scripture reading on Food-Mrs. F. ,

ench other in showing tasteful sur After dark it is 'both pleasant: and A. Scott. '

l'' i roundings. A fine trip on the beautiful > profitable to walk along the business Paper "Milk": -Mrs. J. W." White.
"Have Health IIoLb :Mrs. C-
'' St. Johns can be had on a littler a -
of arti-
streets and view the wealth
1 ),' !steamer! which leaves about 10 a. m,, cles displayed in the windows and admire F. Hoover.

1'? # reaches Green Cove at 1 p. m., leaves the many things that man's hand "Some Reasons for Long Life"Misa -

at 3 and is back in Jacksonville at is Olive Ray.
and brain produce. Everything
< can
y; 6:30 p. m. No matter how hot the electric "Health, and the Rockefeller Foun-
flooded l with light. Gorgeous '
day is on land, on the water it Is cool I dation"-Airs. M. L. Smith.
signs twinkle everywhere. Many moving I
i, and pleasant. "Tobacco versus Hea1th"-\rs: Emily .
picture theatres invite your atten-
in' Pablo Beach, Florida's Coney Island Philips. ,
.,, dance. Hemming park looks like fairy -
Health Series and Pest"Mrs.
can be reached in an hour on a land with its thousands of electric
J. M. Mitchell, Mrs. C. A.
train as democratic and free and easyas liphts! strung overhead all over the \ .
Futch and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.
Cedar Key train or "Peg
our own place, making the water spouting, I
"The Adequate Diet"-Mrs. J. F.
gy. At Pablo they have seven Sat. from the fountains look like molten
::7 d urdays in the week, but no Sunday, silver. I Colley.

,' The place is as,wale open as the ocean Everything! worth seeing in Jack- "Food Calendar"-Mrs. W. J. Ep-

;r", in front of it-all; : sorts of amusement sonville is free-after you get there. person.
The is Song, "Ode to lIealth"lss Ver.
u '1 are going on. principal pastime Don't hesitate to look'around; the
bathing in the surf, and the next is lie Sapp, accompanied by Mrs. O. G.
is to
worst that can happen you
';, automobile speeding on the finest there.1C Cooper.
I!, t.ild that you are not allowed
beach in America. Take your children need directions, ask the Miss Sapp's voice selection met with
you po-
y down to the water and let them licemen; anybody else you meet is generous applause as she possesses A man of your size
I' will not wink an unusually: fine, well-modulated
taste it; after that they
that he too is
!cure! to tell you a "
; behind the teacher's back when he all in voice for a young girl. Telegraph.How ,
stranger congregate
tells them that the water in the ocean "Busy Jax." At the close of the program the ,!

is salt. will also hostesses served delicious light re-
They see pelicansand '
; 'there Is no'trouble '
get hungry, ;
i When you 1
'freshments. This tea closes the series along "
camorants, and probably porpoises to get something to eat all I can you get :
,+ turning somersaults in the water. : of silver teas that have been givens
the from "hot dog" to an elaborate -
t way I during the past six weeks, and the
fine reachingfar
There is a pleasure pier meal. Restaurants and cafeter-
: amounted which will You miss much valuable
out into the sea, where you can pbound. They are clean and stylish offering to $25
''ET sit comfortably in the shade and i be given to the building fund of the

,, '4,+ breeze and, view the ocean' the bathers prices, the reasonable.waiters are polite and the Woman's Club. The W. C. T. U. are I formation b y being

t the ships in the offing and< very What has been mentioned above is : also considering furnishing the rest
the f room for the new club house. County Paper.
likely, flight t> aeroplanes.
only what you may take in during one .
have several fine In
They parks Jax." the
day. To give "Busy even
syr Jacksonville.! The largest is Springfield :- BRADFORDBradford
once over would require a couple of
park, where many kinds of wild weeks. Every Floridian should be The price is only $2 per

i animals and birds are kept. Adj"in- proud July 14.-Mr. and Mrs. ..
of the state's splendid metropo
ing the park is the waterworks, where II. C. Edwards, of Fulatka, spent a
lis. When return home
you you
few days last week with their
e EE you can see the artesian water spout :that everything looksquieter and more parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards.Mr. .
from tho ground into a reservoir. If <
sordid than before
perhaps you
and Mrs. C. M. Andreu
like view the
r machinery, you can
: you
the trip, and you wonder< if the city-
immense also the monster daughter, Fay, spent Sunday guests:
pumps, .
a folks do not to different race
I belong
: ; a ,
generators, which make the electric of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, of Miller.
_ of: people. No, not so; Jacksonville -
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Edwards and
that the with light.
ity supplies city I
had a small beginning and what it is
Go to the tall Graham building and [ from work for family and nephews, Romeo and Seeb- .
now, comes
take the kids in the elevator up to the I er Edwards, spent a few days the ,' .
progress an : fourteenth floor-about 175 feet. Flies guests Of friends and relatives here
town may, some day, reach the same
11 cannot live lit hat height, it is said. I eminence if and neighbors last week.
miles you your Mr and Mrs. F. M. Norman, of ,
You get view for many
can a .
all pull together for .
around In every direction. progress/ Starke, and daughter, Mrs. Bloods- ', \ .', "

'I .. -. worth, of Jacksonville, spent Sunday
If you go to the Clyde wharf, very
'likely one of the large and fine steamships CUSSING AND CUSSEDNESS the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.. Ed-

; 1 is there. You are allowed to wards.

a board it and look around and see the rrunwirreHMorit Keep Sheriff! and County A pound party was given at the ,
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harrell
handsome! furnishings. A very interesting -. Judge Butty ,
r ; Bight is the loading and, un-' Saturday night. Many friends attended s

loading of a Clyde ship. Perspiring Cyril Manire, accused of reckless and all reported a nice time.

black stevedores, each with a heavy driving, Bert Forsyth of being/ drunk I Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards and

t ? truck, are swarming out of and into and cursing on public highway, also I family, of Ellington, are spending a

e ie the hold like ants. Just across the of having a pistol and discharging it, : vacation with. friends and relatives

.t, river, by the ferry, are the ostrich and and Allen Yates of being drunk and here.Lenton
alligator farms, well worth seeing. using profane language; were arrested 'I Edwards, of Ellenton spent '

The grandest man-made thing, inV by Sheriff Epperson Sunday and I the Fourth the guest of his brother, '.

S'V Jacksonville is the new steel bridge lodged, / ni jail. They had all been together J. V. Edwards. ,

I across the St. Johns, costing $1,200- Saturday night I A. A. Edwards was attending ..

't 000 and cheap at that. The bridge is! Tuesday they were tried before business at Brooker Saturday after- .

W Judge Gardiner. Witnesses and on- "noon. S

lookers constituted a big crowd and Mr. and Mrs.[ Bruce Warren and r.

the court was held in the circuit court family of Union county, passed .

1 WHY THAT LAME BACKI? room. The different trials were by through our section Sunday I; t

jury, and the defendants were all adjudged ;\t ta

.. \ guilty. ZIFF .-

Manire was fined $1 and cosUt! S.l. ,
t That moml.ig' laim-nes those Bert Forsyth was fined\ $((55 and< Zlff, July 14.-Miss Avy Starling ". .....
sharp pains when bending. ; or !titling! d' .
Graham the
make work a burdvn\ Hint |t..t Impos <*,.<*. spent the week-end at
tined and, costs. of her cousin, Miss Viola Star-
T sible. Umi't b. ImndicaiuieJ, Uy Allen Yates Was $25 guest .
;4 bad back-Icok to your kluw"y*. \,\'u Yates and Foryth! are still in jail. ling.,:( '

will make nj mlniAke by f 01\00.\ .. i Ie c| They have five days in which to pay Mr. Crews, of Brooker, owner of the j ,

I t, this Stan ko rvniiitmfs\ example' their fines, but in default, they will telephone system, was in our burg "

.Airs 1.. K.: Miner Eishth! tit says: have to s p nd several months on the last week repairing his\ telephones.John .

"1 am glud.of the opportunity to recpuiuiend tiirp -ntii<> farm of T. J. Knabb. Thomas was attending to bus- ,,'? ,;':r" '. r'. ,,:' N '
t Uoun'u I ttltlnoy rills. 1 was ii.: '. "
>e Ines sat Brooker Saturday. ,
complaining of backache and there Lu- "
Misses Etha and Opal Lewis, .
dull nrho In-the small A TONIC I I
was a uev-TO j,Ibedia Pinholster and Alva Thomas i
1 stooped\ I could8clu'ely '
: of my buck.. 1C nnaln. I often 'drove's Tasteless chili Tonic teir.oreit were guests of Miss Ollie Kelley Sun-
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and\ I .
bo- day.
tired than
fetllng nions
got up Enriching the Blood. When you feel its E. T. Stewart and .
tore I went to bed. I wan languid I :Mr. and :Mrs. \ r .'
blurred. I strengthening Invigorating ellt-oct-llee how 1 Paul of Brooker passed through ...
und at nun's" my sight son, ,
1 read about 'OonnV' \Cl-lney I'illo and it (brings color to the cheeks: and 1 howit !' our burg Sunday. ;
i : J>rug Rtora.V improves the appetite" you .1U then visiting
bought a boa ; > UlJtH"S Gid Howard, of Gainesville\ was '
VS They cured me of the> ntlntU sad 1 appreciate its true tonic value. I his sister, :Mrs. Reddick Thomas, \,,
1 felt like a ,UtT
Price slic' "t all dialer. Don't ban and Quinine tuapended in syrup. So "

Imply aiA: f< r n kidney remedy-g t pleasant even children, like It. The blunt .. .. Y
A Iioaii's Kidney IIR--I'be I name that needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to I' u.--. .Jlcel. trcW lYreskan !

Mr... Miner had. Foster-Mllburn Co., Enrich It.: Destroys Malarial' germs and -M" vft' .HtT\ Mv.writ* by iwrtljrfaH aDd r
Mfrs. Buffalo, N. Y Grip germs by its Strengthening Invigorating rfc-hln. i the blood. Yo '1I.r..rIq' e
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1IIWD "'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''ClllmlJmD.lIIIIIIIIIWIlI1mmmD1lmllm! > Attacked by three unidentified men -
ntnt"elm: : f
while: he was returning from church, ,
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Lee Bragg, 85, a Bayard negro fann

wawaaalanae" .,1U01,.................-"......-.. .....,...:.........Na.u er, was shot and killed. One shut was Lotslor j
fired, the bullet passing: through this

I Live State NewsTold heart. After the shooting the trio

escaped in a black Chevrolet automobile -

.. .- -u J and headed towards Jui-k.ion-,

Told by Our Exchanges IpryYYY1WRR I I ville.I Your h

Money f

1r u m'u.'W..D"'WWW .!IIIDIIIWmmmmmml"D" '''''''''' Three convicts who made their get-

sealing a ride on a train cost a he scale fixed by the federal away from the camp near Wewahitchku a
man from Louisiana his life on 'oard, which the labor recently wer going good until the .
ng workers
when he fell from the train ntirely have found bark of a rabbit hound caused themto Should
",nturJiiy satisfactory. Owing to the Not Telllpt You
stop and to the trees to await
olcman and was almost ground toes 'act that this department is without go
under the wheels. The young labor union control the the guards they knew to be followingthem
Charles Quetin and his futhvct. forces maintenanceof for they thought the dog was
was way of the
11 II; Flagler system 'I'It
one of the much-feared bloodhounds
at New Orleans. will in no way be affected
by strike ,
conditions on their trail. When the trio found USE
of the national .
( Nelson deputy sheriff of Lib- of labor. organization they had been tricked by a stray dog, Jl

Bounty, was called to the negro I they tried to run from under the gun \ Vy,

,' of Graves Bros., near Sumatra The of one guard, resulting in one of them
to quell a disturbance among badly decomposed body of L being wounded in the arm and back, '
'al? W. Duncan I
.,(r'> laborers. Tho deputy at- I Lake 34, was found floating in I but the other two ran and entered a
Bonney CUiiff
KrU to arrest a negro, John Ma- Bartow four miles from dense swamp, where they encountered
who seemed to be the ringleader bile by picnickers. His automo-j briars and stuck in the mud so deeply : ; ti
was found
i disturbance, but Manor refused I the lake. Tho parked coroner's on the shore of I that they could not budge, and submit- .I I
jury rendered ted to capture.
ibmit to arrest and ho grubbed ;
..ilficer and attempted to disarm I a verdict of "accidental drowning." The
There I
were no eyewitnesses of Economy BAU"NG POWDER s
A scuffle ensued and Mr. lUelliaehurged drowning. Duncan, who the| Farrah McDonald, G, son of Mr. and
his pistol twice. The was secretory -i Mrs. Chas. L. McDonald, who reside
of the Peace River I .
hot missed but the second found I trict, hud not been seen Drainage since dis- I about four miles south of DeFuniuk, That's What Millions
Sunday, Housewives Do Na Na(9A
nark in the negro's stomach, caus- when hu left town in his machine. He was instantly killed by lighting Wednesday -

ms death..:, _' was unmarried and -tr id no relatives afternoon. r

( ay-three six-ounce bottles of I I I'I about here. ten He years came ago here and from served Indiana in the After being informed by tho city< KINA PpWDJt They know that Good "

hiM, valued at $0,300, according A. E. F.Clara. clerk that no charges would be imposed -
chat is said to be the current "pod4 for issuance of a warrant, Chester a Y '

rate charged in Tampa, repre- Levy, negro, requested that a warrant "nT"w. ar w cane Baking Powder can't be i iO
Fleming, 40, and her
nns the biggest dope seizure ever daughter be written for the arrest of a woman
'it m the state of Florida, is safe I 13, both colored, were killed in I who. he said approached him on the I F
their home in Gainesville when I ODNTfrT7/a sold for less that "More A
officials. The ;
of federal
ic custody struck the streets of Plant City at a rather early ,; "
chimney of the home.j .
otic, was washed ashore 'Vednesafternoon hour in the morning: Wednesday and
at Gadsdcn's Point and : I Ii asked for money. When he refused to I II for the Money" 3

nd by three boy campers. |j( With her hair shingled and attired donate she slipped a trusty razor from I means

i I in a blue pair of overalls, Mrs. Mary I her stocking and whacked him on the Y
I McGrew, '40, widow of a OEA bale day failures waste
+n automobile with eleven persona prosperous lip, which resulted in a visit to a phy-
i skidded on the St. Johns river :; Pacific coast land owner, is being I sician and a couple of stitches appliedto ,

dge at Monroe near Sanford, plung- ''held in the Duval county jail 011I the lip. of time and that
through the rail and went into the !charge of beating her way on freight money;
'fatalities but I trllin" This woman "hobo" is the
There were no
'rr. I With harvesting Hearing completion
ry occupant of the car was Injured 1 'first to be confined within the sombre Florida this year Is producing the BEST BY TEST Calumet means economy.
walls of the
All county jail in the history
me had to be carried to a hospital. largest white potato crop than in any R
of the institution, old attaches of the
A recover. year since 1919. Production is estimated -
courthouse say. Her/ case is one of at 2,500,000) bushels, comparedto The World's

Fourth of July firecracker prov- the most unusual coming to the attention l.r>C 1,000 bushels last season. Alight Greatest Baking Powder

>r fatal to William Kelly, two-year I| of the authorities in someday movement from central Florida .

"o son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kelly time. continues along. with shipments from -------
i< Jacksonville, who died as a result northwest Florida. LAWTKY of \Mr.' and Mrs. Kriego,_ near Law II. Wimberly, of Highland, was a .
,; nunching a "Red Devil" cap. One last week the Girardeau __ I tey. visitor here Friday. 1 '

Seed Farm, R. L. Eaton, proprietor, One man was killed and another injured Lawtey, July II.-Mr. and Mrs. E. U. 11. Thedo wan n visitor to Starke Mrs. L. A. Murr! and children attended
,\'ith the state's acreage almost ':shipped 100 pounds of Jefferson county late Monday night when the au- Griffis and children returned home on Tuesday. thu Holiness church at Long k

i ible that of last year and with a ( watermelon seed to the Using Nung I tomobile In which they were riding, Thursday from Ozellii, where they \Miss 1 Ella<: WaiteH left Sunday for Hran'fh Saturday. r

wiendid growing season through Yuan Seed Company, Pckin, China. ]! skidded and turned over near Plant spent a few days visiting relatives. I her home in Hawthorne, after beingin / R Jo'.. Itlnnt'hnrcl and family left on

April, May and part of June, reports ; The order was for seed of the Tamp! City on the Lakeland road. 0. L. Mizell, of Lake Butler, superintendent Lawtey about two months. us heud Monday for their home In 'ort Pierce, n

"i June indicate a cotton crop in Watson variety and Mr. Eaton tells I II of school of Union county, clerk in Young's store. after spending a week with relatives! ,

orida of 22,000 bales, according to us that the letter was written in pret- The Polk Canning Co., of Indianapolis was a visitor to Lawtey Friday. Vaiiroi' Crawford came down from here.

the federal bureau of crop estimates. 'ty fair English and not a mispellcd will have its Haines City factory Claude Alford, of Sanderson, was a !Macclonny and spout Sunday with his John Marr, of Highland, wan u visitor -

'.8St year's production was 10,905 :,word in it. I in full operation this winter and visitor to Lawtey Wcdncmlay. family near here. to I.lIwtey Friday.

alps, two years ago 18,111 bales and I will give employment to 300 persons Miss Emma Andrews was a visitor Clyde and Bennett Wilkcrann of I 1\11'11. A. M. Blum'hard spent several

three years ago, 15,922 bales. The ,I A sudden death occurred in Perry in this establishment. to Starke Friday.Mr. Woodluwn, were in Luwtt-y S+atm',day.l! days in Jacksonville last week. ,,_

million on June 25; was 75; per centf Tuesday night when II. Watson, who and Mrs. Louis !Murr and chil Jack Wilkerson, of \Maxville, wan I A. A. Crows, nf Highland, was In ,
normal as compared with 70 per conducted a plumbing establishment An unidentified young woman and dren were visitors to the State Farm a visitor to town Saturday. Lawtey Friday. ) ,

"nt of normal a year ago and a ten | passed away after an illness of only u a street car motorman jumped Into Tuesday. I I Mike hutch returned homo Sunday Albert/ Jennings/ was transacting f?r

.ar average condition of 76 per cent few hours. He was said to be very ; Biacayno Bay off the causeway at E. E. Rurncy and family spent the from Oldimiar where ho had spent a buainuxH in Slnrku Friday. .I 1,44, ,

n this time,. The state's acreage is fond of mushrooms, and after supper Miami and rescued two men from an Fourth with relatives In Jacksonville.Mrs. I week. A large crowd attended the Wom '

:.'ZOOO as against 70,000 last year gave a boy ten cents to bring hiiji overturned automobile, which had W. C. Woolen was a visitor to : Mr. and \Mrs. L"IIHapp lire busi- an's' Cluh picnic at Kingsley lake last trThurxdny.

iml l prospects all over the' belt were ': some which hu ate, becoming ill in a l I skidded over the embankment in a Jacksonville Saturday. 1 1Ir. nose visitors. to Uronson this week.L. .
mutually good up to the beginning (, short time. A physician was called I heavy rainstorm. The woman was !\ and Mrs. L. E. Roberts, of Jacksonville I II. Hill was a business visitor to ''I RO.V. It. E. Rluni'hurd, of Fort Pierce. i

>If the present weather, the bureau and he was thought to be improving, following the car driven by the men visited relatives in Lawtey Starke 'rU4 l..dllY.. supplied the pulpit of Grace Methodist .'

avs.. I I|but when his room was entered at 12 'I and saw it plunge into the bay. She the first part of the week. I Mr. andI\ rll. R. II. Monoloy and : church Sunday morning and evening. .
-' !I' o'clock he was found dead in his bed. 1 jumped in after them, disregarding: Mrs. It. It. Thede was a visitor to !Mrs. J. W. Byrd attended the Holiness J:ev. I. M.\ licit filled his appointment .. t

Willie Hardie, colored, living on the 'I' costly clothes, and was exerting every Jacksonville Saturday. church at Long Branch, near : at the Methodist church Sunday -

Oixop place near Madison, was calledto Curtis Williams, 18, of Baldwin, ounce of her strength to raise the !\ Charles \Vilkerson' and daughter I IIrs. \Mnxvilln Sunday. morning" and evening, and in the

his back door Tuesday night about' died yesterday from a self-inflicted heavy car when the motorman came Miss Irene, of Maxville, were visitors Bruce! and George. Boyer left Friday afternoon ho supplied tho pulpit at l I

: 30 and shot to death. He was shot bullet wound in his breast. He is said to her aid. Together they got the men to Lawtey Saturday.Mrs. for their return to the navy, after Suxton for Rev. Hammitt.

all over the body with buckshot and to have objected to his mother's crit- to safety. The young woman quicklygot Annie Drown Barrett wax the I spending their furlough at tho !Mrs. May Mont-ley, of Clay Hill,

ne pistol ball was found. 48 shot icism of some small indiscretion occurring back Into her. machine and drove guest Sunday of her mother, Mrs.! .M. homo of their parents, I Rev and Mrs.E. visited relatives! in Lnwtey several j ,,

were found in his body. Judge Ted- the night before. He/ retired off. The men were taken to a hospital E. Edwards. I). Doyer. days of last week.
der held an inquest but there was no early and after midnight members of where it was said their injurieswere A large number from Lawtey wit- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Marr and children Mrs. V. U. Reddish and children, 4

evidence at all as to who committedthe the family were awakened by the1' report not serious. nessed the baseball game at the State and Albert Jennings were viHt- Roy and Eva: and spending a few
Farm the Fourth between the colored In Plant with rrlative
crime. of a shotgun. They found him tore to Sanderson Tuesday. days City
: I
: club from Lawtey and the State Farm
': lying on the floor with the gun near The body of Sven Peterson 30, a Mrs.' It. E. Blanchard visited relatives -
in different of' team, Lawtey winning the game. I ,
Three I his side. fisherman, was found floating under in Jacksonville Thursday.
within hour Monday i Miss Ella Marr, of Starke, visited W. J. of Kturkf,
Duval county, an I neath the pier of the Hibbs Fish Company Sheriir Eppcnton,
afternoon, met death by drowning.The at St. Petersburg. A coroner's relatives In Lawtey Saturday was a business visitor here Saturday. 1886
bodies have been recovered. I I| Sunday Lakeland's postoflice step jury gave a verdict of accidental Jack Howe was transacting business Rev. C. J, Hammitt, was confinedto
ped into the first class having increased ; in Starke Monday.
drowning, although a severe'Woundon his home last week with slckncxs.
its cancellations thirty per cent in Miss Emma Andrews left the first
employes of J. W. Swambom of Dunnellon, vis.Ited
Maintenance way the head induced a theory that the ,
'I I the past year. 418 additional boxes of the week
railway part to accept a positionas Suxton Sunday.J. .
system his
the Florida East Coast I 1 man had been assaulted and thrown parents near
are being arranged for by some teacher In Union DAVISINSURANCE
have completed the formation of into the water. county.Mr . their own independent organization, {i lor remodeling of the postoflice build- .and !Mrs. George Wilkernon, of zie, were visitors near Maxville Sat-
announcementfrom ing, there having been a shortage last r Highland, visited relatives in Lawtey
according to official year of at least 100. Will Jones, negro, held in connection Sunday.Mr. urday.
the headquarters of the company of Sheriff '
with shooting Deputy and Mrs. Powell of
Devita, MIDDLE '
This organization Is now In no way Sheriff Caruthers, of Or- Dunning near Hawthorne, Wednesday WOMEN OF J.
federation Deputy Jacksonville, were the guests Sunday A
American :
connected with the and who surrendered to Sheriff
last week found a seven- ,
ange ..
Dere la Good Advice For You I
organizationhas -
of labor. The new removed from the Alach-
ty gallon shine still and took it to the Ramsey, was
) entered Into a contract with the jail for safekeeping. However, ua county jail at Gainesville to an CALOMEL SALIVATES STARKE 1 f'
being based on EVEN WHEN CAREFUL Ix-xirtRton, Ky.-"I have n"e l Dr.
Flagler system, wages a few days ago a thief or thieves entered unnamed place as a precaution' from S Pierce' Favorite PrpHcription and the

the jail and removed the still. possible mob violence. Jones' two Treacherous Drug-Cannot be Trusted lolden Medical/ Discovery' in my
The back cellar door, which had been sons are being sought. family for years, find I cannot recommend !tDIDCD j J
And Nut Dose
them too highly.( During the i\\
securely locked by the jailor, was discovered Trouble period of middle life the PrpHcription. & CASKETS ( I" :

wide open.Jacksonville Jimmie Boone, the 22 years old post: and the Dmcovcry were a woiu/Hrfiil And a Full LJn ofUad.rtohn '1 t,
Bayer Package master at Raleigh, died at his homeat I Calomel is dangerous. It may sal help to me. No woman should try t' .,, J
on requiring ivate and make suffer fearfully to do without them at that tlru6.1ln. ."- Sapplitt
banks are << an 6:30: o'clock Sunday morning: from you you
Nannio Kelley, 731 Jackson St.
endorsement from the holder of every internal injuries received when his : from soreness of gum, tender- AUTOMOBILE HEARSE 1
Federal Reserve bank note pre cutdown Ford bar: was wrecked and ness of jaws and teet!;, swollen tongue Your health Is most important to 4
$100 you. It's easily improved. If you Always on hand. The best rat c 3
sented either for deposit or change, a turned over while returning :from Williston and excessive saliva dripping antler from heat. flimficn' UiziinuiM, or via the lowest price Special ,f'
iXQ. result of the discovery recently of Saturday night. from the mouth. Don't trust calomel. Any of the symptoms common to attention to telegraph ores f
counterfeit notes of that denominationof It la mercury; quicksilver.If women at the critical period In life' .. Registered Embal_.
you feel bilious headachy, con- just ASk your nearest} druggist/ for this
the New York and Cleveland reserve stipated and all knocked out, just go Prescription of Dr. Pierce*, In tabletor
banks. The counterfeit, which t No Worm in a Healthy Child r. to your druggist and get a bottle ofDodson' liquid, form. Mend/ lj( OPIUM to DeWTIT C. JONES
described as one of the cleverest All children troubled with Worm ham *n ...- Dr. IVrce's Invalids Hotel, Iluffalo,
was to "Iwaltbr color. ,which lodlcura poor blood,and Ma Liver Tone for a cents N.Y.I II( you wink trial nkg. and write STARKE FLA Im
seen In many years, was reported! rule then U. more or .low Monueb diatmb.oa.GROVC'S which Is a harmless vegetable substitute for free, confidential medical, udvlco. __
on mmm
t'nlesa you see the name "nayer" the banks as printed on genuine note TASTELESS. CHILL. TONIC given nulartr for dangerous calomel. Take a aamlommm WVIW
package or on tablets. you are not gi't- wasa tar two. tIane wwki will enrich UM blood ,
which it said probably and If It doesn't start
was spoonful your
tang the genuine Buyer' product prescribed paper tin trove the .daa.&Dd.a(aoaralScraiualimhid ,
by physician over twenty-two former one dollar bill. Took)to U>.wbote mum.. .,......will then I( liver and straighten you up better t.
years and proved safe by million for throw off or dteDBl.. UI.__* vdUwCnlMwUIlMto and quicker than nasty calomel, and
pwttet ha "h. flaunt tok'l*. 73o pn bottl. GENERALINSURANCEHAROLD
fold Heailuclio Out of a total of twenty teams entered without making you sick, you just go' ;
Toothache! Lumbago the University of Florida walk- back and get your money.
Earache Rheumatism in the college Habitual CODHtlpanon Cured If you take calomel today you'll be C. WALL.
with all
:Neuralgia Pain, Pain ed away in 14 to 31 Days sick and nauseated tomorrow; beside 1
which rifle competition which ended Fridayat "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a epeelaby It may salivate you, while If: you take .
contain. Accept only "nnyfr"dirt'ctiqn.*piwkttffe. Handy: boxes Camp McClellan rifle range. The prepared Syrup Jvefortfabitua' Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake STARKE, FLORIDA

of twelve proper tablets cent few cent Druif- Florida team led at each range In both Constipation. It relieves promptly but up feeling/! /great.! No salt necessary.
be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daystolyduceregular BONDS AUTOMOBILErr ,
should FIRE. LIFE
MA KM. and also with the ,
pieta also sell bottles of 21 slow and rapid fire action. It Stimulate and Give it to the children because it Is ,
Aspirin i i. the trade mark of PayerManufacture individual at each of the sali ftlj
: of MonoaceticacMester of highest score I>S Iatw.. Very Pleasant to Takl elk .perfectly harmless and cannot '

.Sa.leylcadd.! ranges. per bottle. .te.-Ady-6S.. ft'j ,i.


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at Worthington 1' of Mrs. Saxon's COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: :; FIX Upon motion, bonds of bond _.
children, who have been visiting relatives Sunday 'pano, are guests! i r
Bradford County Telegraph here for several days, returnedto Springs I mother, Mrs. Hester Jones. BUDGET tees for Bradford county were .
I d 1. Continued From Page 1) creased from $1,000.00 to $1(1,11.-( :,;
--- --. their home Palatka Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. J. Bishop, of Alachua, Mrs. M. E. Manairo was a business ,
--- the of the each.
forwarded to comptroller
I Published weekly and entered as Mrs Katie Valencia and two children were here Monday visitor to Starke Mond.iy.

'+ ''j second class mutter at the post Stafford and Polly, who have Troy Thomas, accompanied by his T. G. Futeh and family of Leesburgare state of Florida.It further. resolved that a meet There being no further bus
was board adjourned to ,
Sturko Florida. lieon visiting relatives her! for severalden sisters Thelma and Lettle, of Cootcr of his Mr. nnTl! I meet tn) t
office ajt guests parents!, ing of this board' to be held on the Monday in August, 1022.
'5, returned to their home in Jack
Pond attended B. Y. P. U. here
Mrs W. S. Futch. 7th day of August, A. D. 1922, the
sonville I G. W. ALDEKM '
i' ; E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner Saturday. day night! sun"j foregoing estimates shall be taken up
Pinholster and
children Mr. and returned Mrs. Luther to their homo in St. Mrs D. W. Kelly and / I' Edward Hall, Louisiana's"best Lone' and considered and acted upon and Cleric and An

t NEW HOME: ()Jo' WOMAN'S: CLU1I after visiting New; River, spent Saturday hero with Scout booster, Is spending his vacation at the same time the levy for the year ;.;..c.--

k i ,\ t. ___ here Petersburg for several Thursday days., Mrs. Conner relatives. 1 1Mr { in Starke and wants to meet all 1922 will bo made. Subscribe f"ur tne Telegraph

,'1 f Structure !Stately' in Appearance and accompanied them home, whero she : and Mrs E. J. Ward and dawnttT Lone Scouts here IIo is staying at

I vi'li j' t 1 I. : R. Conveniently.. 'Appointed will visit for a while. I Onarita, of Gainesville, spent the (the home of :Major! Hans: Austin. -

and W. II. Andrewswere week-end here with relatives. j -
Messrs. A. D.
I, ( North Walnut street's latest ornament Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Mnthenjr spent I RANK STATFWXTftrport 1
iil tl l the Woman' Club building, is business visitors to Tuesday in Gainesville.Mr. of the condition, of Ilin HnmntonRtnlp IJ
t t Thursday.Jim ftnnk. fit Hnmntnn in the tats of rior-
t ; now ready for occupancy' and the and vis- and Mrs. I.' W. Pinholster, .1..., r ids. lit the olcnia of htuinm Juno 80 1922:
Kitch son, Hcrzjr, were
promises being denned of the rubbish Kvflou!rcev.
are itors to Hcilbronn Springs Friday. spelt) Saturday afternoon in Stnrkc T.onne! on roil nut _____ .-____ .__ ll.i( !>2.12
;t accumulated durinthe\ work. I Tiounn cnllnU'rul other IL '
Several of on security
our people are fJ1pnrlip'a
1 Mr. and Mrs.. Joe RichArd and Bon, thnn inl estate .. R.110 CD
The building I IK the old high school --------------
few days at Earleton Beach. __. .11Ovwilrnftn
t been here for I All ether loom and discounts
building, corner Walnut and Jefferson Billy who havo visiting Mrs. Abbott __________________-__ Bt.K7Unltort ?
1 c which several days, returned to their homo in Emily spent Tuesday in I Stn(..i bonds .. _oo_. _______ 1.0(10.nonntiklnv
1 streets, was given to the first of the week. I Alachua with her daughter Mrs. Mar- I hnuiu furniture' flitum __ 4,509.53'Doc / ne
Fernandina ______ seEC
Starke Woman's Club by the school from t.lrnrporntoil banks ItDJMflftCii ;:
I Mr.\ and Mrs. W. C. Cason and l lon Osteen. h on hand ________________._ 1.177.80 >rt .
board. The second W'I 'IU
story was cut awaynnd .
Messrs. W. J. Jones D. J. C.
?; the first story thoroughly,: remodeled I. Roberts attended the funeral of I Byrd\ Total l ._________._____________1Iii,262.421.I0hlllll. //
last Sun IB. Roberts and Rev. Smith, of Grai ..
to suit its new requirements.The Addison' at i ham, were here Tuesday* I Irnnltnl stork iml! In -. __________ innonnnSurt
lli fund 100000
day. >
building I In a I stately and tasteful I I I Mr. and Mrs. G. B .Colson and j I Irndivhird: em---------------------(( ; ; :;;1
I' structure whoso Messrs. A. D. Andrews and W. I.I son, I I ,tours imlilt ____________________ 7").ISTnillvlriiinl
appearance expresses Roberts were visitors to Starke Saturday : Resale, were in LaCrosse Monday riotmnltfi" itihjcrt to chwk. 24,8741111,
'l its purpose.! The outside walls i I A. J, Sowell has been on the sick Cnnhipr'i chccfcn otitatiimHnir ______ 1\1I.18 y
f are of d.izzlingwhite stucco The list for the past week. I Total __ _______ ___ ______#5fl2R243
arch portico is a work of art and the r I Mrs. J. L. I RI..tn, of Flnrtrfn. County of Bradford. air
Surrency and children, .
T. A. A. Futrh. cnnhior nf the ..ho'o..m..1ltoonk.
d most fastidious critic cannot find HIGHLAND i, U. D. and Jessie Lee of Plant City, I i rln nolfmnlv 0wpnr that. the shove state.mint omes n/ilk ize
fault with either .8 true to tho heat nf my knnwlodue Rod l ;
design or workman- are here on a visit with relatives. In,'
ship. The roof is covered with metal Highland, July 11.-Mw. Hardy I I "Cf'A.. A. FUTCH
Archie ,
Waters of Miller will
s. '' con- O.rn-ct-Attmt* Cnt.Mvr. "; Shoes Striking Style
. end all work is as durable In quality Padgett/ and daughtervora.: visitors'to duct a sing at Pine Hill schoolhouse W. O. PRAT: of,
1. ') as! substantial in Lnwtey Wednesday I A. A' T1T1nT1F.I'l.
appearance.As Sunday afternoon, July 16th, and will s n. jonv; nircctor |
i ;a one enters the building; from the | H J. Taylor was transiting' busi- likely begin/ a singing; school at that I SiibuprlVtrd. nod sworn to before mo this! flth tiny or July. 1022.) MARTHA
front, on the right is the cozy library. ness in Starke Wednesday. time. All who are Interested are cordially V. HYES >t have taught millions of
t"" Mr. nnd Mrs. Glenn Crews and son, ryJpuMIp. I
On the left fs the rest where Not
room invited to be present.R. .
visited M. Crews and, --.- women that foot comfort no longer necessitates
Plant I i
Indies\ from the of City,
country and
lJ may W. Surrency of Graham, was in RANK STATEMENT j shoe clumsiness. In these modish shoes
+' attend to their children while their family several) days last week. town Monday afternoon. Report" of the condition of the Brnrtfordfoimtv .
husbands Fodder pullIriKS are popular through nook flt PtnrU. in the ntntn, of rlo.hi. .- : that you would select for their beauty alone,
transact business! Thfpwill |
11 .., at tho cliMto of b.ulnnsn! .luno 8n, 1022. there awaits the welcome surprise of unaccustomed I
;l this section now, soma! of our farmers you
be plenty' of chairs and cot and I Resnurres I
i in of the HAMPTON Ir loans and discounts' __________ _27*.127.flO' comfort-ease unlooked-for where
day spite
w lavatory and kindred conveniencesare having one every | flvrrdrnna __ ____ __________ 2 651.12tlnltrd ,
ultra seemed the
In an annex. Then there ii the rainy weather. So far they have been' Hampton July 1 t.-Mrs. Bessie I States honilfi __._________ 9.nlo.n'll' elegance has only thought. I
ttatf. oonntv and munfefpnl bondv, 42.9'4.7n / Inspect these shoes. Let us give you a fitting.
i r largo auditorium with roomy stage light rains. Bryant and children. of Fort 1\ycr".1[ SfnCrXj. nvurltlcn. f\e\ ,? ,_-____,-__- 550,00Rnnllne ,I
I Miss Ella Mnrr Miss Mattie Eel) hO",.. rurnlture. nxturcfl-. 19.oon' nn .
and dressing room. On the north an are guests of Mrs. Bryant's parents>, I Oihir, rent relate, ____u_______ 0.(in.m j jI
l "11' has been built with separate entrance Rip-by and D. L. Rigby, Jr., of Starke ;Mr. and Mrs L. II. Bodenbnugh, thisw.ik. I I nun from Inenmornted' hunks _______ flfl flTl 14 I II ,
the of Miss Ol-) CnBli II.-..'. .__. 4722H. Griffin & Johns
spent Thursday guests ''' u.
which will contain the / I I
com : ,Cash on hum! -- ______n_-.. -- 14.9I7.AA'

munity kitchen, with all nece' arv lie F.Marr.M Crews visitor to Jacksonville I Airs M.\ L. Andreu and children, of, I Tot 01 __n___...__-_________:_411,75244.. I STARKE. FLORID t
paraphernalia for modern cooking, was a ; Leesburg, are visiting her parents. ,, Inhllltlrs. I IICnnlfnl I
a, and where! occupants of the ret room Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.\ T. M. Ilagan, this week I I iitorfc pnl l In ---------_____ 4(1.UltO 0(1( 'i
Siimltm fiirrl 10MO(( 00 ] Martha Washington, shoes will bring
---- ------ ------ you a
motoredto I
may warm up water, milk, etc., if II. C. Wimberly and family .1. R. Davis, of Starke, has been[I ,ilTmlMili proflta loss expenses and. I
( Baldwin Thursday and met Mrs. nri* PuMl sine <<7liTnilMiliml I new realization of what genuine comfort can
: ----- ----- ---
necetsary. A roomy store room and looking after business here. : .:li>nrailu mihjrct;;;; to ehrcltI1o,154,21I;; : : mean, even with the most beautifully
closets' attached to the Wimberly and Miss Winifred Wimberly 5tnvlnirs ilciwwltji' PHCnfthiorii
are kitchen. Mrs. T. J. Durden has her Zoe.-Ht
as guests --- -- ---
i chrclm, oulnlantllnir, ;' ; ; =:::: 1440ft clad foot. The shoe you want is in
who returning,: from a two '
Along the west end of the building were this week Mrs. V. I,. Geiger/ and<1
weeks visit with relatives) near Madison Totnl __ ___________ our ample stock.
''I ; runs a veranda The rooms are finished granddaughter, Mrs. Eaton, of Brown 61st,.'", Florlrfu, County of Bradford 4H.7J24I...: I ,r*>, rI .
AL I in sand plalltl'rlnr.onll the window Ail le. 1..7. IT Ritrh. eaflhlor. of the almve-nnmpd. ,''i :

F and door facings in a pleasing shade Mrs M. r". Crews and .son, Francis, Mrs Mary Thigpen is the !guest of, I I.nrnt hank:; ia l do true nolomnlv to the awcnr hoKt of that.. ,y.'fcnowlodtro:' nhove, ulato-'and i I i I 1 .

of yellow. The rooms are high: and] i and H. Wilkinson visited relatives at fri.-r.da and relatives in St. Augur hi llt>f. iI I : i tt

ti ventilation and light are aufficiont.! Maxville several days last week. tine, ; r..I.--At'' J. .H HITCH CanhlcrW artha

a f There will he electric! light in profusion Mrs. L. A. Mart and children, of Albert Sullivan and family, of Vera, T. WFFKS.V J
I II ashin
5' and water taps are found wherever I Lawtey, were visitors here Saturday are visiting relatives and friends here J. r.TUFFIN. DirectinSubprrlhrd ..: ,

,' necessary. I Misses Ollie Marr, Rosie Wilkinson this week. I dny' of, .July. 1022.and sworn to before me thin 12th I t' Shoes

The contractor for the work is' J. I Ella Mart and John Marr were visitors J. R. Devil ofGraham, was a bus-: JULIAN T.. PEEK: .
e, W. A. Bell to Long Brunch church near Max Notary' PuUMo
of Jacksonville.\ Mr. Bell ; ness visitor here Tuesday.Miss -
In engaged/ ( C. N. Cooper the well' known ville Saturday Emma Johnson, who has been HANK STATFMFNT |/
He|>ort of the condition of the Lnwtey. State',
f w builder, of the work. It is seldom Mr. Cooper Is business visitor hero Saturday. <1 to her home here this week.C. the close| of bimlnrwii June 10( 1922. iKcNourrca -

given: a chance to show the best workmanship I Toy Lord of Jacksonville, spent A. Durling is shipping plants\ 1 I'.nn". on real etttato ____- R.951.87 I II rmrn"lj' !!! :" lmltIIlrn"rn'IIItII'mr.nrnnrJm; mmtIt'ulUl''IJDmIImID' ::.
qy he is i several days the guest of George Parker I I Loans on collateral aoeurtty other. t
capable of, but this I I' this week. than real eetnto 1.2KI/ .32 II
+ building was nn exception, and the last week. Miss Lorinne Drawdy, of Jacksonville I All other Toms and discounts' _- ... 14.5tIn0Overdrnfta
!, ._.
mil n
structure stands as a monument to his I| J. I. Man was a visitor to Starke was the guest of her cousin, Er- t'nlte.1 State- bond l--------------- InOn.R,51] WANTEDt
i + skill. i I ant Klngsley lake Sunday. Johns this week. I Rankle house furniture, fixture; : fl.nfll: ..:n7 .
ma 1 lather real .entnte ___ ____ .__, llflRooT ,, _._, ,..,., .
Mrs. Wimberly Misses Beth and -" '""" .............- --- .
q To furnish the different depart-1(i Enoch Dyal, of South Florida( was >ue from Incorporated' banks _. __ IA.P1I.n.!

t ments ofthe building will require both Winifred Wimberly, W. M. Wimberly I I the guest of his father-in-law, W. E. rand Cant Soma on. hand_. ._-._ 1,708.81Tolnl HSfl.r,2
e time and and it I and II. C. Wimherly Jr, were visitors i "
will Hutchinson
money, probably for a few days. ,. --70.10SO'-- for Co. "G, 154th. Infantry; Florida -
i, not be open to the public before October |Ito Kingaley lake and Sunnyslde Sun- I Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Woodard, mf -Liabilitiesrnnltcil I
1st. The dwellers I' stock paid In ignoflfln National Guard. I
need of town visited his -
Lakeland Mr. and -
day.Mrs. Sumlun fuml ____-__,___ 112.22 ,
and country visitors that the ladies L. M. Grim returned to her Mrs. S. M. Woodard this week. Undivided: I profit (lens, .expenses and 1 I ,

: aim to supply, have long been home In Maxville Saturday after a I Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Saxon, who have I 'a,'...< *paid tmnali, ) ., i. .-_. 371100 aijltftnlvidind Sixty drills a year. Fifteen days encamp-

r. felt and will be much appreciated. The visit here with relatives. been visiting relatives in South Florida Inilivlilual. deposits subject-to chock nn.0(10( .SI tt t t in
Srevlnira di-ponlta .. August.
entertainments of various kinds that Franklin Ingels, of Jacksonville, i< for several weeks, returned homo Time certificates of dinonlt------_--______ 112B2HS 1.liftoff !I
will bo staged In the fine auditorium, spent Saturday'here with G. W. Parker Tuesday I I Cauihlera, checks outatandlntr 4223 t It Ij i B

will bring money to pay for the build- and family. Mrs. M. L. Rawley of Green Cove Total ---...- 7010803 !I j Regular Army pay for armory drills and encampment.
I J. F. Griflls and George Parker mo- Springs has been the of her State, of Florida. County of Rradford, M.: I i I
guest I. J. W. linrber. cannier of the Applicants must be
I above-named fit of
I physically good moral
I I tored to Jacksonville on a business parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen. hank di solemnly swear that the above slolement ( men,

library trip Tuesday. I .Dr. Middleton, of Starke was a professional I M.Ik.. .f.afros 'bibs b"' "' "" knowloiliw and I j character, between ages of 18 and 45, I

Jtfiss Ollie Mart, Joe and W. E. visitor hoer this week. CorrCt-AI..t J. W. BARBER. '

Mart were called to Starke Tuesday II. A. Bishop, of Starke, managerof L.: IT. HILL' Cash" r. "

by travelers stopping over by the critical illness of their brother / the Starke Telephone Co., was a A.R. A.K. THEDE.9ulwerkb SMITH. Apply to

hero. The rest room will not only bea J. I. Marr. business visitor here Saturday day of July; !..? .. 2.worn i ; to before Directors m" this 6th Capt. Julian L..Peek or 2nd Lt. Harold C. Wall S

comfort to farmers' wives and. ,j Mr. and, Mrs II. C. Wimberly and, 'f Mrs. I.V.. Finholster. of Brooker, J. T. MOORS.l5'llae..rlP I .

h'r daughters, but will also tend to create !! Miss Winifred Wimberly were visitors Is the guest of Mrs. Idella Priest: this Notary. Public ijp IDw.cAlUBll'luumawwwunmInc""U'UII"lD, ,, .,,,,. ,. .
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I <-.UIJI'I. Unt'uu"'r''''''' .m'-.-.-"'."..'..'.....'.'.'..--'m'..-'''-''.
!t more trade for our merchants..-- j to Jacksonville Monday. | week. ----------
The Telegraph congratulates the I -- i L. G. Johns is adding a meat market -----

Starke Woman's Club on its achieve- I r BROOKER } to his grocery store. I

ment. A few ladies have, without W. M. Jones of Theressa was attending -

any fuss accomplished something | Brooker July 14.-n. L. Crosby, of to business here Tuesday.

4 which is of real and lasting benefit to 1 Jacksonville, spent part of last week W. R. Jackson and family are visit- When You Have WORK.SAVE. .

our town, something that a dozen here attending to business affairs.S. ing in Cedar Keys this week. _. Nothing

; '. ephemeral boards of trade and chambers V. Andreu spent Monday transacting P. M. Geiger of Theressa was a .

., ( of commerce have failed to do. business In Palatka. / business visitor here this week.

1. ---- .--- F. P. Lyman of Alachua, spent last I Blanton CKvsley, of Theressa, was TURNOVER. ,

;N LAWTEY Thursday afternoon here transacting a business visitor here this week. You

business. I I Mrs. T. J. Durden and daughters, SAVE AGAIN.

a 1 The many friends in Lawtey of Walter Baxter, of Bradentown was Mrs L. V. Geiger" : Mrs. II. F. Ches- KEEP SAVING.

L ', ttr Mrs. Mary :Stalsby; Wilkrrson were a visitor. here last week. I ser and Miss Eunice Lowe, who have Want

?? shocked last week when they learned R. A. Weeks was in Lake Butler I been spending a few days at Pablo Money KEEP TURNING.

r of her death which occurred at her Tuesday afternoon.L. Peach, returned to their home here

y '\ home in Jacksonville the first part of Dyah, of Jacksonville, was transacting f Monday. They report a pleasant trip.

last week She was horn in this county business here Thursday, I I C. W. Rawlins of Waldo, was transacting .

,,, x and spent the larger part of her Mr. }Priest of Hampton and Percy business here this week.

; short life here, having moved to Jack- Moody, of LaCrosse, were here Thursday 'I H. G. Knott of Valdosta, state claim Carry out the above policy and you will have money. Each year will

!i snovile about four years ago./ She afternoon I agent for the G. S.'& F. Railway was have more you

+, 1' had been confined to her homo for several Little Vera iainey is very ill at this looking after business here this WI'l'k.1 money.
tx .
month Her many friends hero writing with scarlet fever. Mrs. J. T. Quigley, :Mr. and Mrs. F. .

\i join In sympathy with the bereaved Mr. and Mrs. C, J. Crews and! J. P. A.; Scott and daughter) Miss Doris of .

\ relatives in their loss. Baxter were in Alachua Wednesday Stnike, have been recent visitors here. But to do this it is advisable

afternoon Mrs. John Sullivan of Waldo, was When You Have to have
ILIIFORD Mrs. L. P. Ward and I'hldlr'n were the guest of her sister, Mrs. Josephine Money banking connections,

"f f'I visitors to New River Sunday.Mr. Sullivan this week. first as a means of saving,

( r4 liaiford, July 14.-Col. and ;Mrs. A. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, II. B. Wrest and Everett Rowe were and then for convenience .

r:' S. Crews of Starke, were visitors! in Resale, :Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown and business visitors to Gainesville Satur- YouWant the in '

.y town last week. children, Iris and Artford Misses EIII day.Mr. transaction of your in. ;

Misses Gertrude Anderson! : and Marie nice Hasten and Inn Abernathy spent and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon, of Pom- creasing business.
I :
rinholster returned to school In M More -

} f + Gainesville Tuesday: afternoon, after This bank is ready to serve I
spending/\ the Fourth here. Pn, M Miss Vera D'Launbter: who U vUiting -

Miss Loea Anderson, was n visitor Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry I

to Gainesville several days last Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

I ) week. BANK OF STARKEPaying
Mrs. Donah Browning )Is spending!

11 4 several days in Jacksonville. Ask your neihbor.He know. by check is easy. Paying by check

Dr. Mann, of Lake Butler, was a Get New July let price list. JUST ISSUED. ia safer
professional visitor here Friday. E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co I CEO. C. WHITE Cashier
"ackionviTIe Fla ,
1v; Sir. and Mrs Berry Kelly and three _

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MMMbV I SHOE COMPANY: TO CUT Crodby: Jessie Thomas, Isabel Bullen,

i I Ethel Griffin/ Doris Scott, Louise and

Bits of LocalInformation I I The Edmonds Shoe Company of Rev. M. L. Smith, pastor of tho Isabel Fernandez/ Thelma Snellgrove, '

I Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has succeeded i Methodist church, Is also n second Fannie Darby, Beatrice! and June Bul ,

I Iin standardizing tho meaoufacturo of lieutenant in the officers reserve corps len, Elizabeth Brownlee, Messrs. John

F FLJt i their Foot-Fitter shoes, thus enabling) I'anti was recently summoned by the Powell, Tom Llmbaugh. Hersch'ellCrosby. } I. :

i ir ,them to manufacture a shoe of the fincat I government to attend the encampment Charlie Powell, S. E. Ritch, .:

o.. ?.at.. Jtuie..wet I, quality and workmanship at a at Camp McClellan, near Anniston! Fred Molt, Frank Pattee, Chas. Dar \

...... ... ... c..... .. T_ i|minimum coat.! Ala The officials of the !Methodist: by, HuffTi Brownlee, James William I.

t This in cost of manufacturehas church Rev. Smith a month's va- Brownies ; "
,,> saving gave
:: :
,JI c..p = 7 t has passed to tho buyer and Foot cation and ho left Wednesday!' for An- : -, ''j':. ,
r. rr..rrr+ --- '
Fitters can be purchased from two to ni! ,( t. ial- ,Biff shirt sale at"Giiflln & Special price 24: 1 lli. ands (hmrantt three dollars less than other shoes in We Grind Our Own Lenses will visit his parents who livo nenr' I

11I11. cd Flour, $1.00-Griflln As Johns the same grade.In Augusta, Ga. Sunday school at 10 a. m.,. L. A, ;:'
---- the Foot Fitter factory each Davis, superintendent. t tOn

Mrs 1A.. Scott spent Saturday Mis.: C. W. Liddon left Wednesdayfor .workman does just ono thing-and Florida. H. Y. 1'. U. PICNIC Thursday, July 20th, there will $, t''

i PIling r> in Jacksonville. I Jacksonville, where she will visit dues that well. In fact, each is a The B. Y. P. U had a merry moonlight be a Sunday school picnic at Kings-

I her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Mozo.Mrs. specialist in his work. This special)' picnic Friday: opening nt Kings- ley lake. Come Sunday and learn *

\1 Leviton spent Monday in Jnck- ration or standardization of produc- went out in cars' more about it. '
lake. Tho party
vine, on a business trip. : S. B. Denmark, of Raiford, is lev
tion lowers manufacturing costs ; and a large/ truck sad l camped at Kick- Although tho pastor is aWRY, there ?
visiting her daughter Mrs. W. W.
The Edmonds Shoe Company has rENT-A-WORD' liter'a landing! where they enjoyed l will be the regular/ 11 o'clock service.
Pinholstcr of Brooker iatadun.[ .
11"11."' Truby further' standardized their production', swimming and n bountiful "supper., 'The subject for discussion Is "Uncon '
to Starke I
visitor Wednesday.
H by having but one factory specification. ( Tho party included 1 Dr. and Mrs. J. scious Influence."
Ed Anderson ,
a skilled printer from
That is! one quality one grade J. Bullen, Misses! Eunice Perkins, Epworth League at 7:30: p. m.
Mrs. U. D. Miner is in Jacksonville Jacksonville, now turns out artistic ..
and one leather. But four losts are I
her son, Harry Miner. I job work in the :
'Ming Telegraph printery. 1 .r
used, giving five styles that enables a
'FOR SALE Fino Berkshire Call ,
1 pigs'
purchaser to select from a variety of write. A. Sterns, Route 3, =:::: ::= ---: -- = -::-= : -- i
Brubham and Iron Peas J. 1'. Kick- Vary little produce is being! shipped patterns or .. ,

,. 7-1.12t. :from Starke Sweet Starke. 7-7-21 5,
r. just now. cot.i and Foot Fitters have already made a ,. .
eggs KO forward daily. I.. ,
name for themselves' and arc leaving WANTED-Good bird dog. I have the
and Thomas, .'
r I N. Limbaugh son, ,
a host of friends and wearers wherever cash. F. P. Jones, Box 52, Fort
cored to Jacksonvile Friday and bottle Fordsor.
'' Buy a of "Certo" sun jell ,
they *
irni'd, home the same day. and double your amount of jelly-atTrillin appear.A Pierce, Fla. a-30.4tFOR :
well known slogan of the company .-_. -- .- --, --------
& Johns. ,
I is "Wear a pair yourself." SALE-Strawberry plants, !Missionary THE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR f, 4pI
i ,>l I. and Mrs. D. E. Knight have as .
1,1100 Kloudyke, \
Charles Larson and lit. 1, $3.00 per ; I
sts Mrs. :Miss Kato Livingston has kept carpenters THIEF CONVICTED '
$2.r 1000. William Mondcn\ I
-.on, Chas:Jr., of Fort Picrie. and painters busy, repairingand Starke. 7-7-2tTfe <

painting her cottages in Cook. Saturday Constable Jake Johns arrested \ "

Airs D. E. Knight and son, Paul soy's addition. Bill Clark for stealing $33 fromJ. 'ANTED-Man to work farm on \\

h ,u'st, were visitors to Jacksonvilleday. K. Ilogun, of Gainesville, Friday shares. Good chance for a man "

I Allan Canova and George,: Linton, night. Clark was tried before Judge\; with pep to make money. F. D. tI t-

of Jacksonville, spent the week-end at Green, convicted and fined $50; and Card, Starke. H* (

Hit; bargains in shorts nt Griffin & Kingsley/ lake with Mr. and Mrs. E. costs, of 4 months in the county jail! -- ,
KEWAKD-Tiro and -riln. lost .on
.hm' H. Canova.J. .
Green Cove road.) Return Marion! .<

I F. Colley is remodeling and re- I W. Edwards was in Jacksonville !Hotel, Starke, and receive reward. ; ,

ing his residence on Broadway i last week visiting his mother, Mrs.J. 666. U*

,,-i-t. W. Edwards, Sr., who is 111 in St.Luke's .. Av M
FOUND--BoTRiiins in three suits of 1 JiI

lohn Ritch, Jr., of Valdosta, has hospital. -- Cures Malaria, Chills and Fever, men's clothes.'' Size:: 36. white whip v d d 4 : ,vv ; '

Dengue or Bilious Fever. It kills cord, $;,; 1 blue flannel "sport, $10; 1
home of his
"e,-n visiting at the un- It is a pleasure to sell Tnnlnc, because a ag
check $i. Marion Hotel \ h 1
the plaid sport
IC. N. T. Ritch. those who buy it come back and germs. v
It' ter --- 1.
/raise it. Turner's Drug tore, Starke., Starke.
-t \\ i'eb+ t V
1'T.! Ritch, II. C. Wall and John I The 'part of Can street running, WANTED-Man-------with-- -car--to-sell----best- \ 3 I S :$ e. t t i I1

Powell} were visitors to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Blakely, of Wal- I through; Alligator swamp has, through low-priced Cord Tires made. $100

riday., do, spent the week-end at the homo the good; 1 work of J. A. Morgan, been week and Wolfe Tire
of her parents :'011'. and Mrs.\ W. W. raised BO high that it Is safe against; per expenses.
I Co., 472 Canal, Denton Harbor,
:Mrs. Ralph Callahan, of Gaines- iuisden.[ floods. The bridge across the canal Mich. It* ...

,',die, was a guest last week of her has been provided with much needed

.ousin, Mrs. J. T. Quigley. J. M. Tison and family, of Gainesville railings at the sides.Mr. FOR SALE-Two S. C. White Leghorn 1 eM r. .i

are occupying the Alvarez cottage cockerels. two.S. C Ancona if flt -lmnad "

Miss Cassie White left last week to at Kingslye lake, and will "spend, and Mrs. It. D. Hemingway; cockerels, pure bred. Price $1.25;

spend the remainder of the summer the remainder of the "summer, there. Mr. and Mrs.\ P. S. McMillan\ and children SUrke Fla. It*
each. E. 1).'Curd, I Ford
m the mountains of North Carolina. Rev. and Mrn. M. L. Smith and -- Henry: .

Mr. and Mrs Z. J, Roberts, of Hastings Mrs. G. C. Sweat motored to Lake Geneva FOR SALE:-Dwelling house, to bo '

Big bargains in shirts at Griffin & ,I spent the Fourth with Mrs on the Fourth and enjoyed a fish! moved away from lot Call or wrt.' ... HENRY KORD was 35 yarn petting' ready for the f

.Johns. Roberts' parents, Judge and :Mrs. Ceo. fry. R. S. Humphrey, Starke. 711.it.1 1 new, price CM. the onliou.. He started an a form boy,
A. Gardiner. I planning to (net: rid of the drudgery, lone hour and low

Mrs. George A. Anderson, of Law- Mr. and !Mrs. R. A. Swift and Mrs. money return that lw nlwnys /laced the farmer., .

toy, was a guest last week of her parents Mrs. A. E. Wall, who is teaching: reo. A. Gardiner left Wednesday for CATARRH He wanted to furnish you with tractor that would not
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.The music in the summer school of the Hastings, where they will, in company -
; .
but lower
Catarrh 13 0. Iw. :.1 l ..leod.' crnILIY Inrkl.enc. only do your work better and faster at costs .
University of Florida spent the week with !Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts oadlaua..
: : I -pnd the 170,000 Forcisons now In use have proved
septic tanks, after a thorough end with her husband, A. E. Wall. I and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington ) Tonic'i1..s tnl'on,'.\TAKII i..ICnd.'y, !. ', .MI>and, lie II' INK H through!Is a he has accomplished these thm s. ;

leaning, have been enclosed and roofed spend several days sightseeing; on tlio 1 blood III'. ..i Ih,' tin "v'"' aurha ee .
over. !Mrs. E. Markley Johns and little the East Coast. of tho! BM :L-aaq. ." IB' .lAM.1 I..turn' CATAlvUllMRUICINK ruetuttug) What you K 't in the Koidion for S39S; f. o. b. Detroit in !'

daughter, Gloria, left Wednesday evening no-mnl! .por'lltlmi the greatest farm power unit ever oHered.: : 1,
'b.t,. .. < I 1'I'ul"r' fronX
Miss Free Wynn, of Hampton, was for Black Mountain, N. C., where Mrs. H. O. Brown and children returned All,'. J.Uruc Cl.un." A I 'nd.Ohio. Let us show: you how a Foplson will cut: farm costs, .

the week-end guest of :Miss Doris they will "spend' several weeks. Tuesday from a visit with tier increase your bunk account and take the drudgery out of
father M. M. Hale and other rehi-
Scott. Write call.
farm worl phone or
Mrs. Nelle Hughes returned home tives near Lake Butler. Before returning 1 1I -

J. T. Quigley made a business trip Saturday after a several months tour I \' home they also( visited Mrs. I I Mrs. W. W. Buisden underwent! an ANDREWS JR. ,

last week to Plant City Lakeland and with the Radcliffe Chautauqua lit Crown's sister, Mrs. C. C. Strand- operation for an internal trouble Fri J. W. ,

Orlando. several states. I burg, of Jacksonville. day. The operation was performedby FLA.
])r. W. E. Middleton, at his ifncc, F
Mrs. II. M. Snyder spent Sunday at Misses Docia and Eva Rigdon returned -' The largo; and modern Tanlac Laboratories :assisted by Dr. Bishop, of Gainesville",

Pablo Beach with her husband, who is Wednesday after a delightfulvisit I'' at Dayton Ohio, occupy 60- It was successful and, the patient Is' .;)too-: -1: -Jt/ ..r
Pablo Beach tr<" ,
and .A'S
in Jacksonville ( -.1 ,
there on a vacation. 000) square feet of floor space. Tur- rapidly recovering.S. .JIo.- .( .: : \ .
with relatives and friends.T. ner's Drug Store, Starke. -' fj ....,... >.... ,.. ..-. ..s.'n. '"W,.1''i" 'T\;QItIQ' ;+rI'I't .,
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Reduced prices on dress shirts at J. J. Dlck- .... '. ,-I ",' I' .
F. adjutant, ) "
Jacksonville Morgan, $5105} .. .... .. ...... .....
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of ,, .. '
Griffin & Johns. F. ,Jlemingway Rev. J. T. Hedges, pastor of the bon Camp U. C. V., has returned! I : ..., ;. ....:::J.." >: .., 1",1".
visit to I .
was in Starke Thursday on a Presbyterian church has moved Into home. lie first went to Richmond, oJ I' .". ...1"'. t i I" ., '' '-.9, -." .. ,...i0"A, )- A ,
I ,
Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Lawtey, his mother, Mrs Lucy Hemli-uwny, Mrs. C. W. Liddon's( cottage on North ; Va., to take part In the Confederatereunion I F.DETnoir 0. .1.1'o1f11'Cf':I ). 't". f ..' : ': .. \ .,1. .. .l. "
was in town Monday visiting her and other relatives. Walnut strcot. Rev. Hedges arrived I then to his former homo in 'f-I 'yktarr" ojrff.'! ; w71...t,4t'n'... a+, Mr d,'"'' rte

daughter, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. !Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard, of Pa- I I alst preached week two froml excellent) Idaho and sermons on Sunday at the.. weeks North \Carolina'IsltlnurelativeB, where he and!spent renewing two I, ; I'. II..,:.t U1-,,, ; ",. .... 1:,..., "" .;." ,, "'('\.....:.'. ,,\ .jri 1 I

Mrs. G. W. Powell, of Jacksonville, latka, and Charlie Darby, of Jackson- Presbyterian church. acquaintances. !Mr. !Morgan is well tf1...:.. : ..:'t. r v
is visiting her brother, J. W. Andrews, ville, motored here Tuesday and are I sutlnfiod with his trip. .
guests at the homes of Mrs. Emma _... .
Sr. G. Kirk Lewis who had been a -- -

Richard and !Mr. and !Mrs. A. M. Dar member of the Telegraph force for HEATH OP MRS. THOMASMrs. : ;: :;...;,. -.., .. .' 66mr

Miss Mildred Crosby went to Perry by. four years, left last. Thursday to accept I I .

last Saturday, where she will\ teacha I a situation in Baltimore., Ills Annie L. Thomas, wife of Mr. I cncncncnCDU UmmmmCrDacm1Dmmmmmmmcnmll ml t9 I ,,
A. Swift and son /
Mrs. R. I
summer school. Mr. I many friends here regret his leaving W. L. Thomas died at her homo in
of New Orleans, are visitingat II
Edward, Starke, but wish him success In Mn Starke July 7th. i'i'M
of Lake the home of !Mrs. Swift's parents,
Mrs. Jane Croft, formerly I new abode. Tho deceased, whose maiden name
daughter,: :Mrs Mr. and !Mrs. II. Austin and her sister ,
Butler, is visiting her was annie L. Frier, wan born in Madison -

G. W. Alderman. !Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner. f I.. A. Wynn'and family, E. N. Alexander county August 10, 18S7. She jIrL

---- taken Tanlac and I and family, of Jacksonville; was married to :Mr. Thomas September +as
Gainesville, people have
Jack Wainwright, of More other medicine in Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Johnson and Clyde 19, 187!). To the union were born (
and Zeke Wainwright; of Lake Butler praised it than any Ward, of Jacksonville, spent two four sons and four daughters! all liv
were here last week visiting their the world. There's one Store reason Starke.L. 1(weeks camping at Lake Geneva. When ing. The sons are: R. If., J. E, and !

mother, 'Mrs. E. J. Wainwright. Merit. Turner's Drug motoring home the Jacksonville" party N. N. Thomas, of Starke, and Allen

daughter Mary stopped in Starke for a short visit W. Thomas, of Johnson City, Tenn.
A. Wynn I I
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days last week, with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. The daughters are: !Mrs. Cora Deni- II I
Drua I'e n-rind moncY If PAZO OVT'ENT rill Lee, were in Jacksonville O. Denlson, of LakeButler Elberton Blue Georgia Granite
,n-life.I IoItI .C. ," 'd, "te.AlnaorPrnmldtnetilerI : .: and while in the city were guests at [ son and Mrs.
\ The annual Baptist Assembly con : Lula Carter, of Lake !
I I. v the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Alex- Mrs. Ii -THE STONE ETERNAL"
vened in DeLand on the 12th and will Park, Ga., and Mrs. Mary E. Thorn i

SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE I ander. continue through; the 19th. Wednesday ,,,I ton of Starke. The deceased also i GEORGIASMARBLE/in'iU iti'variou ''ahadea'makeMEMORIALS

1 !Mr. and Mrs.W S. Yelvington and morning the following delegation; leaves to mourn her departure two

JIn( effect A tll 30, 1922)). little son, Billie, spent several days left here for DeLand: Messrs. T. N. j[brothers and one sinter. Iv. .
SouthboundNo. last week visiting at the home of her Limbaugh; O. G. Cooper, J..F. Klckll- '' The interment was at the family ,

1 reaches Starke at 11:10 p. m. parents, Judge and Mrs. Geo.: A. Gar ter, Misses Elizabeth Brownlee Mona I I buryinllroun.1,, at Ft. Call Rev. O. Renowned
and Blanche Alderman, Isabel Sullen W. S. Ware conducting the obsequies. !I
No. 3, 10:59: a. m. diner.R. .
4:38:; m. Doris Scott, Messrs. Thomas Lim-1 IA of friend of the
No. 21, Cedar Key Train, p. preat concourse I FOR=ARCHITECTURALDIGN1TYlC;
No. 15, Limited, 2:15 p. m. Burrows has moved his battery baugh! and John Powell :!! family: was present to pay the last the I II ENDURANCE '

NorthboundNo. recharging and automobile supply [respects to the departed one and I ,, -

arrives Starke 5:19: a. m. business two doors farther south, and MONEY TO LOANAt I i"'floral token of love worn abundant I men I 4
forth in the corner building fund beautiful. Three essential factors tobecondered! inbuying:
m. 1
No. 4 at 4:06: p. now
. Cedar Key Train, 8:47: a. m. formerly used as a ship; 1-y the I, Mrs Thomas was a consistent mcmlhr II III ument., are. BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP-
No. 20,
3 percent Interest I of the Church of Christ, wan a the 'combi
Lumber Cu. RIATENESS. You have assurance of.this
No. 16 Limited 6:55 p. m. Consumers
and mother and always i iI
Wannee BranchNo. THE FEDERAL RESERVE LOAM', lov wife and sympathy at the nation when'buying''our material.

101 leaves Starke 7:4: '$ a. m. Av (arts. In r .coal./ Cul9a 1 ; .. COMPANY I II I i I I!call ready of with need help and distress. Her[ many I I.it COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON G/ .
Starke 3:15: p. m. .. ViAia* huin n -
No. 10-1 arrives I..J wfili to
I l r. If''''' her departure
rd .' '. ja! n*. Is lending money on Real Estate at 3 ;|good' qualities cause of'lh South
T. J. GRIFFIN, ,,' ,... .. "* *"t "iinor/1 1.,din, nuf ctur r
Agent. 'UJ..re.t.t.. -r' r.''"< o1 l o" tom lOCh' Jtarhonce.: Interest long time payments.If I be much deplored and great; sympathy field or Special Repr.ienl.ti...,
percent ;
\ofW".> ...,I .. .... tHtU. TOMljicii r>.ufick in. felt for the bereaved husband and I
wr' ClDrd. th' btxi i. I
'/ interested I STARKE
f." f'-r.- '.n see children. W. ELLERY DAVIS '
wnV.r"ed'Mrktaandactassrrmtsrretgh; I
Ctires Malaria Chills, ,Im 't""..", WIRe...ola. ."....m. Netu.rwnlshen' E. W. HAYES :. '

666 Fever, Bilious Fever, I L-:, ,! ;..roes pool. PeA t:> I'V.',-. .to.':.parhae'e- STARKE. FU>lun.\. j Subscribe for the Telegraph. gp ml p6ffi'.f aC 7CitCCf G IIt1 t
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"Since the abolition of the saloons! I

in the Birmingham district, which an- I '

........-.-.-.-..................'. ." ..............-....-..-. tedated by sveerul years the adoptionof r :

1,1, I been nation-wide a steady and prohibition marked, there improve has On Sale everywhere from;. Now on

With The Bradford ment in the moral, mental and physical /?
condition of the people and no The 0rW**9 r USCOTilee

class has felt more beneficent effects Better

County Farmers than the laborers," is the statementof
r John W. Sibley, general sales manager with improvements
.J.i.iJ many

I, t...........................HH._...................._._.......... ........ N. of the Birmingham Clay Prod-
ucts Co.
of Birmingham Ala. "We
,. I 'J have found these men have become 1he price remains
FOR SMALL: !PIGS who use agriculture as a vocation willI more industrious efficient and thrifty. 1 the same
1-1I J I SPECIAL CAKE i I Their living condition have vastly improved I
i; I I have the College of Agriculture, their
{ pence and i'k.
and help ', greatest service institution and all its ; happiness prevail 7
Keep the pigs coming as a rule in their family life and the $1090
I facilities at their special command for '
the weaninur period
them pass through (! I children are enjoying greater and better .
entire week.
rough-haired, and one
without getting
| educational
1 I opportunities ev-
of other states
Similar institutions
of runtinesa says
develop smyptoms er before." for the
making out of their Farmers'
A. P. Spencer of the Florida Agricul- are
Division. : Week occasions, a great happy[ gathering H
tural Extension
"As an employer of labor, it has 30x
of farm and and
weeks of little pigswill men women,
At three age been my province to watch the effects
begin to eat, and when one monthold there is every 'reason why Florida ,
of prohibition twelve to fourteen
upon our -
should do the In meetings of y
same. !
should have a separate place axi
they hundred
| people, and we find thus
interested in
this kind
Y for f'cdillPartition off a small every person '
/ the laboring and his have
man family
hole where agriculture) can learn not only from : ai _
J corner and make a creep I j directly benefitted in large degree by i Zfr HEN"USCO"announced
I i tho lectures, but from each other by
t in and feed t
the little fellows can go; 4
prohibition In than '
fact '
discussion and conversation. more any frJ,, its new low price of
by themselves hollowing this plan |I other class in America" asserts J. J. I '. $10.90 last Fall, the
The most clement in securing -
s they will grow faster and be less dependent I n ,
i Phoenix president Bradley Knitting w makersweealready
on their mother' milk. Such success and profit in farm work i I I ; ..
Company Wis. "Better livIng
Delavan busy developing a still
used until | is a rich soil that will respond
a pen may be conveniently\ liberal-I better clothing, cleaner and better ,. greater "Usco" value.
,,1 li the pigs are weaned, which should I ,
The and better 'Usco"
for +0f' new
10 to 12 weeks old. based the production of food crops s as
when they are } .c
Small pigs should be fed largely on 'men, and animals. The ability to keep I I more contentment better and steadier r i };.', you see it today-with no change

shorts and with small amountof the soil productive for scores of workers, averaging more efficient and I I rF .i 1 in price-and tax: absorbed by
oats a yenral I
I with less sickness and lost time are fxx the manufacturer.
is the where other >'
cornmeal and tankage. In feeding great point many :
some of the benefits to the workers |
oats to them it Is best to discard the I states and foreign countries have out- I T You'll note in the new and
i but the I distanced Florida. and society general. i! Ir 3 rrrr Y better "Usco" these features-
hulls they
as are I ;? ,
ont kernel is the best of feeds.. In addition I I The fctudy of the proper use of do: I "In our cotton-mill interests the old, I JI i Thicker tread giving greater
pigs nhnuld have some cracked iiiosMc animals in maintaining fertility non-skid protection. Stouter side..
old plea against child labor that .
: nf our soils Is alone sunV tfnt ti, was
feed anda 41.J-L. walls.
corn once a day, some preen the father would his family to
of shade and occupy tile entire week yet thin is only carry hi
with .
pasture! plenty the mill village, hire them to the mills : ; Altogether a handsomer
t This variety and has one of the many topics that will be '
water. provides and weekly or bi-weekly draw theirwages dcl that will take longer wear both
R a tendency to give the proper amountof I' discussed in condensed form, giving and drink them up debauching inside and out.
the results of ninny years of work.
fat. the family," states B. B. Comer, president -I ;, The greatest money's worth of

Keep the pigs free of lice also as I COUNTY; = AGENTS' REPORTS and treasurer of Avondale Mills, E l Y fabric tire in the history of pneu .
'pt" .
! lousy hogs costs almost two cents a Birmingham, Ala. "There was some t matics.

pound more than clean lions-no far- Palm Beach-A of insects truth in this but the truth went fur-/ 1.t Wl c ,
mer can afford to pay the toll. An-I, ,
ther and it was not only the cotton
avocado the
and diseases of the in
1 other that reason for feeding the better pigs with-well Everglades was made this week in mill daddy but the daddies everywhere United States TiresUnited
is healthy pigs can I
with F. G. Moznette of tha -the heads of families, the sons in
stand the attacks of which company
wait for this period of worms weaning, time U S. department of agriculture. The families the sons-in-law in families, .' States p( Rubber Company

to in their work.I data obtained was recorded and filedfor and what greater curse can fall anywhere ... .
w get deadly reference. than liquor drinking in these. .Y =,

I I, who entered the Farmer and Stock- There is nothing which has so helped "

i : POULTRY FARMERS': WEEK tt.in contest have begun to receive cotton mills as the effect of prohibi-

their The good Indivi- tion on the cotton mill families.
I M, Live questions will come up in the pigs. pigs are
,, poultry section at Farmers'' Week in Where You
Gainesville, August 1419. Among
I.. the topics of the first day will be: Pusco-Grapes are ripening and be-- Can Buy J. W: Andrews, Jr. Dealer, Starke, Fla.
Irg marketed very successfully in the Far and near have been heraldedthe
feeding housing growing pullets and
U. S. Tires
remarks recently made by Eliba- :
"" hreedin local markets. The grape that la givIIIR -
with demonstrations of culling -
/ the latgesf'yleld and best success beth Marbury against; the Eighteenth
; and judging. A question box hour
II / !!
"" will make possible The consideration"Tare the ones grafted on native roots. amendment. A no tenviable notorietyhas

1 I Much interest lit being taken in 'hb been attained for her attitude and
of belated
and interesting topics I I
, Industry. for the slogan Adopted by the women
On Tuesday, the second day, the
topics will be: Florida bugs for Florida whom she is leading in the drive for h __ __ ___ _, __,
Polk-Growers are spraying and light wines and beer-"Wine for wom
hens money In hens better incubation -
1 watching'for rust mite. Our crop of en.
home feeds.
citrus fruits is going to be good, and Miss Marbury is well answered by
yr The now poultry plant.of the agri-
buyers are in the field offering good Idah McGlone Gibson, a newspaperwoman f--
cultural college; will be made use of. I
prices. who, writing in the Los Angeles -
It has a modern incubator house a :I
; Express, from "The 1Voman'sViewpoint
four pen brooder house, three laying I
'orarion-Plans: formulated ," gives full credit to Miss
?; are !
houses and a central or work build-:I
I and discussed for a cold storage Marbury for her ability along various
Ing. There are twenty incubators oil
and Ice plant at McIntosh. It is now lines, but takes Issue with her on the
and clertrioheuted; brooders coal, oiland \ '
probable that this will be an accom- subject of prohibition. We quote in CommercialJob
electric heated; four breeds of
poultry in the yard; also hens and plished enterprise by fall.i part:.
t She nas never, among her own
growing chickenp.Demonstrations. .
:. of culling, judgingand I IJ i i Okaloosu-Monday, Juno 26, marked friends,, perhaps seen any great hardship
the first co-operative hog sale in in 'Wine for Women,' and yet
J trnpnestimf will be given. The
I, college has well-bred trnpnostcd this county. The prices received were Elizabeth Marbury should know- Printing
t\ t very satisfactory to the growers from her business as a broker in plays
stock, that is still on record work,,
f. ready to illustrate the talks. Among''!i and as a producer of many successful
I I i cola-Qitrus' growers are applying Broadway musical comedies-that even -
tL speakers will be Prof. J. R. Wat.i -
fungus for the control of white in her own set 'Wine for Women'has
son, Prof. R. C. Blarke, poultry Instructor .
and Dr. N. W. Sanborn. fly. Young growth and recent bloom worked incalculable evil. ,
;r, have prevented them from spraying "It was 'Wine for Women that

: for white fly this summer.' made Harry Thaw murder Stanford
i White and in the last, analysis Miss

t, i iFarmers' Duval-A one-half acre fig orchardin Marbury and her wealthy friends paid .

Week at the University I this county which was planted in more for that wine in real money than ...

1920 bore over $300 worth of figs last they have probably paid for their own .
means that all the people of Florida
( I year. The present season's crop will private stocks. The state of New York. CARDS

more than double that of last, with a paid out incredible sums for that one

strong demand for the fruit at 20( to trial. I
'! t t'(>>c:>< >c: c:,. 30 cents a quart. "It was 'Wine for Women that POSTERS

caused the death of Jack de Saulles,

A Tonic St. Lucle-Grove work is being con- one of the greatest wine buyers that ENVELOPES

;': tinued and some demonstrations in was ever on Broadway. BILL
f dusting trees for rust mites have be- "It was 'Wine for Women' that has I

For Women"I ..sun. caused some of the greatest defalcations NOTE HEADS
in the financial circles of Wan

Walton-The spirit of fruit growing street and it was 'Wine for Women''' WINDOW

was hardly able to drag;, 1 Is spreading rapidly over this that has opened up the nastiest and CARDS

WU weakened.." writes Mrs. county and a large acreage Is being most prurient scandal of modern times

W. P. Ray, of Easley. S. C."Thedoctortreatedmeforabout. prepared for next season's planting. -the Stillman divorce case. SHIPPING TAGS

One man reports that $125 worth of "If.Miss Marbury will speak to the

Iwo months still I didn't get plums were sold from seven trees of officers of the savings banks of the I LETTER HEADS .

any better. I had a large family the Excelsior variety. United States she will find that their

and felt I surely must do accounts have enJarged,by leaps and .

something to enable me to take I' \Ialhua-LnC: farmers are bounds since prohibition. More chil -/

care of my little ones. I bad !buying barrels, machinery and other dren are wearing good shoes than ever .

x: I beard of I i: equipment to begin moving their crop before and there are fewer cases ,

of sweet potatoes. Pig club members of abuse in the domestic relations -:


The QuIalM rut Doc !Hot Affect Tfcj MeedBrTHitM

"There of Its tonic snit, la.Btlve effect. L/lXA- .
more interest taken in T1VK UKOMO QUININE (TbiiX) can boo t.k.n Bradford
Woman's Tonic home life, which ia reflected in a larger by anyone without rnuiunit D TVOUMI.M or rtnttindIn
tha head. E.W.GROV t:S: nUnitunt au box. :JO.- ,
number of men paying for their ,

p "I decided to try It," continues .homes improving furnishings, pro-

Airs. Kay "1 took 'viding better shoes) and clothing for SEED CORN. COWPEAS VELVET .

eight bottles in all I regained 'their little ones. The attendance at BEANS MILLET,GRASS SEED SOU- County

my strength and have both public and Sunday schools has CHUM. For immediate shipment. All

had no more trouble with womanly I improved," testifies N. G. Spangler, .__nabl.Fi.IJ and Vfetabl SaacU:

,' weakness. I have ten .'general manager of the Jackson Iron Writ for Price U.t and Catalogue. Our

children and am able to do all & Steel Company, of Jackson Ohio. beautiful and instructive catalogue is 7
I -- -
my housework and a lot outdoors I I "There is far less drunkenness and free and (!... valuable information on elegraph

1 and gardening for Florida and
can sure r:com. waste of time and money; there Is farming

mend Cardui.: I greater steadiness among laborers the south. Write to us to day for special

Take Cardul today. It may more saving of money, better care of prices on your seed requirements. Our STARKE. FLORIDA

''r be Just what yon(need. the homes and children of the men complete stock will enable us to supplyyou

t At all who formerly spent freely for drink" to advantage in price and quality. ,

dtuaiSIs.&a declares J. W. :March president of the E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY ,

Standard Underground Cable Co., of Oldest and Largest Seed House In Fla. .

Pittsburgh. 206.202 E. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla
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FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1922.


STREET ADDRESS before we \\ere married! about -- --
kissing a girl once after n ferry accl- VALUE OF COUNTY PROPERTY

YOUR MAIL IS DELAYEDAT toOt?" FOR TilE PERIOD ENDING MARCH\ 31, 11)22.r Court R".... u_-______-_______._-.-..-, --________--___ 20,000.00

"I 1 don't want to remember jell .- -. .... ____. ._u________. .___.___...__..?.__...___________ 15,00000
OFFICE OF DELIVERVThe pnm those COUNTY/0J'owtn* "Port of the receipts and dlabmemat of the fund of BRADFORD rurnEtura and Aiturca __,_,________.__!___ -___! _______... 760.00Othvr
tran.grcsiiia, growled the Outstanding! ; .for the lI.rlud l .""UnaMarch. ill, 1112. with the balance and amount of warrant I proporly' "r county ____ .. n______................._________ 5011,0(1
bridegroom kissing the little and. "tatn"1" lOt he aaneta and liabilities, and the value of county property.>

"But why did brld(>. other the Board than of.obool 0' the eatS Bnwlforil County. aa reported on the Slat day of March, 1922 b,, Total! __ -____________--_____________________._________ 86.150.00
Dead Letter Office luia bern la joii do it. Arthur" Countt rommlMlonera and the Clark of the Clreult Court .. hereby publliTied nnder .

started our postal service. Even then "1 felt sorry for her" answered the ERNEST AMOS Comptroller. TOWN TAX NOTICE

addreHHPtl' mall to bridegroom Notice In, h'r.hy RKen tbnt the following 'IracrlIn.I I lantla will bo aold at public auetloa'
Mr. "and-"ell.
people Excl.lclSujllbem : I she looked as GENERAL FUNDpononltory on the FIRST MONDW IN AirOUST. 1DJ2: It iH-lnw the 7th day of said month, at Htarke:
"Atlantic Coast," ana If she wanted I someone to klsa in Ibo County of llrailford. State of Florida" or ao much thureof aa will ha npceeaary to pay ,
expected her. halnnco]
Ortnher 1. 1(131( ._. _. _____
Thiil's -__- __ -.._- the amount duo for taxes hurvln set oppuaiUi the Mimic, tuKclhcr with the coat of bait aata
Ben to knuw Just where Zeke all. What harm did It do?" Script cortlted.! not nrracntod. October 1. 1021 ______--_I..I!_-!1I__._ 45.011 6,8fla.m( und ndvertlalnir. C. A. FUTCHTax

Undo "You hadn't ever seen her Colleotor:Town of Btarke, Pie.Tee. .

Perhaps they bad Zeke'v address latetters Arthur?" persisted the little bride.before Svwpiw,?; ,,,warrnU Ool.<>.h"1 I. JW _____-____________.._____ H7.00 ..

tip In the gnrret, maybe a chest "Not so for I Nrt KnTnnee Ortorier 1. l2t 5 ana,A o..rlptl" a... R. T .4o. Owner a CoetaI
as nm aware my RECB1PTS --- ------------------------- S
FOR TEll "IX t"
of 'em but tlltn) I It was easier dear." her MONTHS 1.0', 1 a 4 !Ilk 41. L. T. C..
full > to husband answered "Qo on ; From tax collector .in-ra ._ _un___________........ 1.134.34 stab dlv __________________0028 4 21 J. A. Aaron ______________ 8.04
let Ben bunt Zeke. Today people are don't spare/ my feelings." From Comptroller ...'.....pllon. ....._.._.__._...____._ 47.51 Lot 8 IIIk 43 L. 2'. IIi Cae aub .

ddresstna letters to John Smith New "You've not her I I From: :: comptroller:: :: :: railroad llccnan.: .____.......__.. 874 in I oily -_______________________.25 8 21 JulIus llutlr ____________.__ t.91
seen again, have From comptroller, expnwa lleen-ea. ...__..._...__??. R9 521"rnm 1111. (11rx1.cisS 6 7 8& Hilt 4.z1.olg
Tor*. N. X., or Chicago, ni., thinking you\ Arthur?" clt'rk Itimber _____-___.....__.._._________._._ 40,Oft S S 7 In Aivarm'. ,iil .,-28 8 liB Fred flick ________ _____ 2 ..70I.e
Uncle Sam can' locate him. which/ Is The bridegroom From bank. tnlerwt' _____u__________________........ Sl.5A 2i( 7.loMaWnir R A in o"n.I rn SW Ccc of NW -.n

jUllt as Incomplete aa was Ze.e's address In his' arms. took the little bride balance ... -_ _. __.-._.____________?_. -S.IO!! lit .: IINI ? lUk'tS( L. ./'1'- ----Cop -ad.l- :.as. : :: Fr.4 Nra. C.fl,1 IS., -('tysit----"-::::::::=--= 1:1IHk ::

of yore. The Poitofflce Department DIHBCRSr.MENTS!!' FOB THE SIX MONTHSl"Salary II 1'.ml.l. nIl ----------------211 II 0.1 M.... 1'unie' E. C.no\ _______ 52.43
"My rtonr. he said "I never saw of elrrh. of the circuit court ma counts auditor and AlI0lkSiT&Comabdlv..25 II 21 H.... Co.* ____.._-__________ 6.21
aiks you to put the number and her before and I've never clerk to icrinty cor.imla.lonera .......... ...___ 711(100( Ono lilt 30(5( 't s'l In SW Cor ofSvt4
street In the address. It help. you.niillllllJllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllilj. since. To b Jlef I seen her Per diem and IOn...... of eommia.lonera ..__n _____..?__ .fld BO 0' SWIi _______________1" 6 22 E. W. Drllllle. 5.1 ___________ t.11I
my IIhoul t't ,
2 .t Silk Ill
her from Eve. 'hy7" Balarlaa af sitar Olt... and _nm.laasi on county: eorn'mlanlonen __._ 8* 00 _____________-_________28 8 II! Lucy 11:0..11.11: __________n__ B.ST
I [,,,,,, 8 4 II II or lIIk a RI.ln.a
/ "O, nothing" answered the Utile Attorney for count eommln..lonera ..... n______..___. ?H.711 ...,1 ---------------5 8 23 Elbclrt Gn.nn ____________ t.n
Siiwrvtuor of reitlatratlon ________________ 110.oo Lot 1 1k 4 as .xtrnI-.i on noy'.
1 Her Ferryboat 1 Vide happily.UNABLETO. TndpMlntr ___ ._._?_ _U. .___..._____________._.... 10107 inst. origina town :-.__-_------.1I8 8 113 n. L. Gray ____._____ 4Ua
Repair' ta CeaalBalMlnni 1".1" 6 1 II 01 lIk 0 RluInss.

Jail ______-_.._______-__-__ un_... .?_..___.._._ S3 US alI -______________________ 5 sa 1'. D. IIlck.. __._. 4.01
Hero RECOGNIZE TUNES Furniture"" and Iht...... for Jail _--___._____........-----_ 21.50 0..t Int bounlol. S by Ro..n Alter .
Ea...... af Canntr BalldlHras.T.nltora W b. hay .tt N bJO Jeok.on.t..t

"*....-- t -- -----tt** S and other artendanta ___..____ _______......... inflOfl .. ______________________118 S 22 W. 5?. Ru\linll1lwortb( ___.__ 2.11
I CLAIRE SMITHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIi Many People of Commancrlna Ability I.lirh'a. r\iel and. water 00 _. ._______...__... ._._...____-, 210. 0 Cum I 1It E of NFl Cor nnyt
By and ,
5 .. Ilru.lw..v .tr.'o run Ii: lOll It
:: ; Have Care af Caaaty P..pSAllowance "' '! "' '. ''
Admittedly Licked Appre.clatien N 1011 It W 106 ft, S 100 Itr.i
? made to paupera outside of poor (lonao and paidn -.1I8 8 21 F. n. n..11 8.88
of Mu.ic.! warranla _______-_ ___________ ......._.-.....- 71250 :: \.4 -of- -ii.7'i"i, --Cu.aub ,; ----------------
Copyright: 19.8 W.utarn Newepaper Unloa Coroner. InqaMtolFef 'iiv .. e 13 J.... Johnson 1.01 '
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nf ofTlcera, ju...... and wlln.... ..___..._-_..' -.. .__ 4fl,67 tot.lnfIlik4BL.T.Co..ub
Everybody' In the hotel smiled at the Lord prlckenhenrt; lord high rhnn- !I".nl' Iii.airIe.sF.s thy ._-____ _______--_______-_. II U Raymond J..okaon ________ 1.68
little bride. She wee HO obviously la Cel1ol' (better known In America of officer and committee........___............... C1.78 ala 87 811 44 1.. T. a a'' cub
Stattenary and Prlntl- div 5 112 A. O. JenkIns _____ lU1
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love with her hdsbuud! and he with some years ago its "Freddy", Smith), nspre5. .Sstfnaw. M."",,. etc. ___________._____. .____ 183.53 Lot 4 of l kii'i: & Co. ; b-28
confessed tit a Mihlle dinner A"'I.I"IP die ____________-__________..28 6 23 Edna J.ck.o" _________ B.17
( n-milred law and for fcy .
her recently by paid count------ 144 Clt ota 8 t ot IIlk 83 L,. T. One sub '
So everybody' was really for i that he recojrnl> sorry : ---- ----------- ------ -- ------------
8ave the "'e..or __ -n_______-__________.. __________- 7=.. 1 2RO 1)' l.nts2gofBIklSI.TaCepub i< ;; .
(lie bride when the bridegroom was King" only because people' Tat nollector __ _____-_________................ -_.._.___ IVOfl.71* -- -- 81. (7. Pigford'
cullfd! back to the city on a most Important stand up when It \'n'l lielns plnvvd. Sheriff! ....".."1 court work ____ ____--___.-__ --__-___ 11H20"terk "111lIk 2iiri;;;' -town- :::::::::::: : :: It.: It. & hoOt. -M.--rtt-:::: 8N
Some other cIrcuit' eoiirt. recording and aenrral court work .n business matter which meant famous people' had an Kxnvnuo' of election ___._..__...___.._...._.-____... ?B4,00Vmount It 1:1: at 22 28 at at Dlk a In
the transference' of beverol thousands equally poor ear for mimic -one. the riald Union County. 00__..___-.____.___-.__ lull 04 Ilowilnr.. a'tI I .______-_____118 II U J. F. tbod.n _.__________ 18.aa
Empress Eugenie. Dr. Ktliel Continnenclra. ._ _. _____.__________________.___.._____ 8H2 57 7..00.flh It Cm itt NE Cur of W3j, of NWI4or
of dollars. Smyth, hIc'4 of NF4 18 run W III!

And out of her own heart overflow. who for 30 years wns a neighbor of Net tmlnnce Mnrrn 81. 1022 __________!:...__?_____._.______.._____ 001 OH 14 ft to 1" ft.i't. 'J b' t.i":: '.V Ib.w ft

Ing with sympathy she gave a bounteous the plIIJ1'1'I'HH duringher English exileat Warrants outMnnillna, Murth 91. 1922 _n__...____......____________ 1\T.flOScript __ _.-100_-_-_ .-__500. -__ft___to__28 S U RIchard It"nohl" ______.___ D.H
Lot 7 0' Ilk 11 I.. T. e... sub.
store to the lonely gIrl who knit- Fnrnlmro and was constantly In certlflcd. not nrwu-nted March tl, 192Z ______...._u__________ 4500PcpnulUiry ,lIv __ -__ .__. ____________28 11 21 11. C. Richard ___________ 14.61
,iii (the piazza. She wondered why her ciinipuuy. says she wits totally bnlnncn March HI. 1H22 ______________....________________ 1,006.05 t.nAI.OH nih 811 Nt of hut 41* 3... 'r. aCos

led dexolil, of musical Instinct. when .,,b thy -----______________ 4 U E. E. Sn..11 __________ 8.11.
euili u nice girl hud never married. lnlll.00 otal2tIlIIIl..u0liOfta' \ft

In of confidence a local band struck up "I'nrtant pour I A In N. r..r IIf 85'4 .t MI!:" ____IO II II O. e. Sw..t __.______.____ 8,0"" ,,
Dm day a moment la FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND L.ta I 2 of !JIk 8a L. T. 0.
tin luncly"Klrl told her. Syile" In her honor the empress \ sub dly .--_-_____-_______ _____28 8 22 Will San.iurm ____________ 8.08
mistook It for "C.ixl' Save (lie King." Pepoeltory I.Hlunce Oi-tober 1. 1021( 8,3AO(l !1 T.nO,5l'101jof1lk2lLT. AI \1Co. \4 '
You see, my dour she said "when Sir Walter SI..lt0" Script crrtlfleil, not prewntod October---1.--1021-----_-_--__-_-_-_--_-_-_-n--_-_-_-.-.-.-__-_-_- 8440 MZ1. tOutatandlnir I ..I4. ___ ____________n_-_._2R II U Oro. Strl.klen.1 '.81>> '
owe you have rcnJIv bern In love you equally tinpervlousi '",t 14 01 11111, 22 T"mlI eIi ___.liB 6 IV M.... lI rll., 'l'urrsIl---------- \11 '

to muilc. though ninny\ pas warranla' October 1, IOU __________________________ 0" 10 I"'n 0 7 01 lIIk t ""y I. A trllbyw 'Ia.I.l
cannot ever love again In the slime ________u .-_________ ____1I8 6 12 llire. J. T. Wills ___________ 8S,85 (

wily\ I gave my heart long ago-five liked Bugc, and In his understood writings it.Imply"In that music he" N..t h..I.! ".... OrtoWr I. lOll( -_______________________________ 5,025.51 8 7P.: 11 0'r: Ct.of;of SIt4 SE'1of ufSRII

ears ago my d 'ur. It was stolen, I RECEIPTS FOR TUB fin MONTHS f lA -__. ______________-___20 II 22 M.. R. M. Write ____ ______ U.8'. ,
he told Lord Melbourne. "I don't know From tax collector taXES ----<----------------- --- Lul. 4 5 a' lIIk( III L '1" dO CM aiI.25 II 82 SIrs. Mary WIllIans __________ S 60
uhould si\y hp'ollq.Rhe. hesitated."I From Comptroller. redemptlona ..._..-----.__-- ,---- .--- -'j7i?
_ _ _ _ _
high from low. -5 .06 8n"( ."1 4
never learned his nitme" she wild. From sheriff font un_________-__________._- --- ---- I
Snlnlumie's lack of musical ear wasa
"You never learned his name?" questioned .. __ ___ 4.no2,03niBniTRRKMENTn
VnUn naTanre relieves
-- 666 quickly Colds Con
byword among hit acquaintances. n .n n--- -;;: To Cure a Cold in One | )y> 'I 1
the little bride. FOR Till !SIX! MONTHS
Edmund (jousc dencrllies!> a practical Take LAXATIVE IIROMO OUININE: (Tablnla atipation Biliousness and Head-
"I wns living/ on Staten Inland and Cent ef Criminal' ProawotlanatSherifT atonalhnlniiuh and JI"aln'ho, and I wnrka ..t. ilirouuriull
Joke "plnyed on Sw Inhume, which :! ( and doputlpa. coat hllla In criminal ...... _-______ flfU 00 Cold. ... W. CKOVE"1: 11 "" "IHIX. 3.L
croHHeil on the ferry to Manhattan made mi Indignant at the time but roniitahlpt. coat. bill, In criminal cam..a ................ 6040 aches. A Fine Tonic.
every morning to my place of business Clerk of the circuit court coat bllla In criminal eaten ___ f,17.Tuntlee --_ -- --- "
which now neema' innocent enough and of the P....... cost bill. In criminal. ...... .__n____ ,2S2
lie lived there. (oo. I used to see hIm not without Inlerp' t. \ lady having Count Jud.... coiit bill In criminal ..".... ____.__._--.--__ 14 To Stop a Cough Quick .:

on the tout. The look In his eyes usedto taken the the Wit... t... _______________.______uu___._-___________ 05.110pal Only One "U OMO QUININI3"fo
rest of into
company of tako HAYES' HEALING HJN1Yfln .
jurora In criminal oases, county and Juntlea of .. ,
be a delight to me ; he was so youth. her con II11 en c.>, told Swinburne that neaca court ....____....._..-..-.__.__.___._______. 84 00 cough medIcine which stops the cough by ..t the .gen..in. 0i1l for full name, I.AXA ,
ful In' spirit so happy so buoyant so he would render on the piano a Court. atennirraphpr In Insolvency canea __..__,__-__.___. 2(10Peedlnir ( healing the Inflamed and Irritated l tissues. riVI( IIIt01UIJI N IN I!. I.nukforalitnaliiraof. .
crowd of # very prlaoner. _____u_____.....__ ._.__ ....__u_____. flllBOSherlfTa K. W. CKOVIt. C..... a Colil In Our Day. tilnpewu.h .
different from that common- ancient Florentine ritornello just dis :! eommfftalona on II..... ete., eolleeted _u________-_ 0100 A box of GROVE'S OPENTRA1ESALVE and headache antI w.rkolf 'old. ;5c.MASTICRI .
:piece city men. I knew he wanted to covered. She then played 'Three Other B.ymenta I In detail not Included In above Itemas fur Client Colds. Head Colds and l ;

nut he gentleman. )1..lnr""Ulnt ____--________--_..*....____________ fllnnAmount Croup |I" enclosed with every buttle ofhAYES' ,
peak to me. was a Blind Mice' 402'Oft
and Swinburne was enchanted pnld Union t. ( SALE \
county -------------------- --- -- HEALING \
lie found! flint It reflectedto Continiwnclea. ______---__--_._______----_______ ____ 204,00 8.401 ? HONEY. The salve Notice la hereby vfven' that undet. and by J
must each shoulit I be rubbed on the client and throat virtue of that certain I ; (llnnl: diwree of forv.cliwliro t

"I think we have known perfection nil the cruel beauty of Ni't bnlnnce March 51. 1(122( _--_____-___..____..__._.?____________ "SI' of children suffering frofti a GIld or Crourt made anil nd"reil. Juno all.) A, D. 1 '
ether In this way for three ruonthn' the :Medici-which perhaps\ It does."- Worrnnta outHlnndlnx. March 81, 1022 -______oo___________.._________ '" i The boatIng cTiHt( of Itavaa Henlind llnncy In- III Kluhth: ... by Judicial Honorable Circuit A. V.of 1'on Itradrord... Juilxo county of the ;'ti\,

although) we never exchanged a word London Mull.ADVICE < .Idn Iho throat "" ...hlno,1 with 1 the heallu. elft t't oftrove l-liirliln(, In clianrery. In favor of U John. l'I
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Script certified not nnt..l March 81, 1022 ---------__----------- og': ( '. O-Pen-lro halve the ; :: : a'I.I
or bowed. And then-do yon remem O."lto,. bnlnne.. March HI, 11'22( -______________________._______ 1. 84 1. --on I tie akin soon stops .couMh.Both thruuitb pore ol 'oiimplalnant li-nna Davln., ant ili'f-niUnK aualnut, the un'J..i"n.oI I anil.j .. .,' ,
her the terry ramming the steamship' ? WELL WORTH TAKINGNo 1.011.20 remmllpa are p.-k..dln one carton and the manuir will olfitr for palo In front of the .'I 'I
"Yes?" sold the little bride breath coat of tha"combined treatment. la JSo.JuHt O.'u.liiuw,. door In Stark.. rlorldil ilurlnu the ",. I
.* ask your dnigjjlst for HAYES' leuul houra of ...1.. Oil Mondtiy. tile, Heventliilny .
lessly. of Auictut, A. 10., the followlnic ilvacrflM -
Doubt Driver ofCar Realized HKALLNU HUN I' Y. I :d' real eHlal4i .r.u: In'iiradford. : bunt "
"We were almost side by side when Diipoiiltory" Imllince October 1. 1921 _____.____.-.._______-____.__ 32.95 "riorldn to-wit: ?
Afterward That His Sarcasm
the shock came. The ferryboat turnedon Script outj.tan.llru October\ l' 11 7.111 40.10 Five( (0)) acma tying In a ..IU..... In the I
Really Wai Wasted.A Snnt liriint, TortuT of the Northi-aot Ctuarter
her side and a dozen of us were OulBtan.llnn warranta October 1, 1921 ______________________.- ln.lo NOTICR . flung Iota the water. I coult/ not swim.I Nollca la hervby "iv.n thill (he tmard nfeounly .hlp( 0, a. K. 22 1C. '.
big passenger cur was a victimof "!..t r..lnnce October 1. t02t ._--__-___-- 21.00 commln.lnnew In nnd for Bradford D K. KNIOHT. ""
was struggling wildly battling with the sleet In Central The RECEIPTS FOR TUB SIX MONTHS county at n mitlnic held on July 8, l 1\12:1.: 8l"M""' Master 'tn th..no..l'1'. "
avenue. From rertumptlonai _. _..' _____. A224 fif exiemllliinaa .. A. B. CRF.W8 r
death when I felt his arm round me comptroller' ---- ---- prepare ill ho rollowlnif buduet | .11
driver tried valltintly to keep It In From comptroller, auto tax -.-.--..-.____ B"BHI 601.05Makl" nxiulre! l 10" ('hRI't.... 6SU. Asia of llllfl( -14.I--. (lr for 'npl..ln.n. 1-1-111-8- II
and heard his voice In ray ear. 'Keep but hind roverlnir th. ii-li.-ral: F'und and Fine and Forfeiture -
the middle of the reet, one ;:J,
cool,' he said quietly. 'There Is no l .. balance .. -.- 612.00 Fund for tbe fiscal year heirlnnlnit, On. MAHTKlt'B SALE:
Notice .
wheel flipped over a little, the driver FOR Till SIX MONTHS' ( la I'n'ly ,rite thut under and by I) \
boat M>or t. 1":3'i. nml unillnu Bepvmber virtue of that .
danger. In a few moments the tried to stop the "boat" the rear Tramfernxl to bond trull..... __-..?.-.__...:;.______ 828SII 825.55N't In231 niiulo and certain mitorcd final on tlut decrea.4th of clay. fore.cloNuro of- I 1

will/ reach us.' Expenam Cleneral Fund, llradfnrd ".lin'tt.. I). 10L'2. by the Honorable A. V. '
left wheel slid along the car balanca March II, 19 23 -------,---------------------.------- 84*,t? (',..inyt for tho lineal year endlnic, BeiiUmlierDO. L.",,,,. Ju'I... of tha Klithlh: Judicial. Circuit, of
"When lie said Hint my terror auto drivers know tlie rest Warranta ouunandlnn. March 81, 1922 -.-...-______.- JII.IO I I irlorlda, In and for Uradford,\ county In chan. r
me. I Just lay still and let him support When the car Plopped sliding Its -- Salary 23.t; clerk of h.. circuit court aacounty I eery aitlinw.. In favor:: :of: W. HI. Knight aomlalnant. -
those ; Script outatanillnK March 81. 1(122 --_.______._ 7.1A ,auditor. anil olerk t.. countyeommlaalonerx and amilii.t lefieral M. Iliinnrtt. and ,
I think
me above the water two rear wheels rested against the Deuoaitory balance. March 81, 1922 -.____-.-..__ 85IUJ( 3A7.27 -- -__ .--_ .l IBOOOO his ", It.. Cory R Dennett, W. .1. /nhnU.r. ,I
were the happiest moments of my life. curb and Its two front ones were o. 1'er dIn and 1011.-...... of cmnmin.lon-, anil VlrMlniU'ClirolInu Chnmleal Ofmpany. ft I \
88727 500.00l'iv corporation, dffendunta the undomltrneil I will
And when ut lust we were picked sp the car track. Tlu'n ensued much AGRICULTURAL FUNDDeponltory lIre---------------------------.., shortlY for ntlimdunru, on eounly I olTer for cub I lii and will: ( .', :before the I court Y t .

und hut safely aboard and gUen warm speeding up of the engine and much commla.toni>m __. -_ .___ .. All' all houaa, door.., at Hliirkn Florida, durlnir. the leual j' '
balance October 1 1921 ... _____ __ for county oomml...lonera 4000KtltM'rvlHor hour Hale on Monday, the 7th
clothes hot drinks In the saloon -- ... ''I
and "tvhlxzlnic/ rear wbel, but no for ) .. !;. IU2!!!!, to the hlillinil' and Invt j
Oiitntanilinic. warrants UHober( 1. 1921 -___._--___-- 1 ,. of mrlatrntlnn 210.1)0 for coah. the hr'I.
cabin a sudden fear fell on my spirit word movement. Net balance October 1. 1\(21 _________--__-- 1-.-_- ft....."... tn county bulMlnirttrourthoiue I anil bolnic. In f.lowln. d Nicrll>ed lamljt ,
I knew since he hud spoken, I _______ __ _____________ 100flP'J"iI ( witi'l'Io i In. that "What's the matter ; trying to> get RECEIPTS FOR TilE SIX:: MONTHS ._ .. ._______ ..._ __ loll.!! North Half of the Botithi-aat '
should never see Unit look In his eyes awn) from the 'iirb?" a bystander Prom tax colleotor tax.. ____.- -_......-.__ '", Furniture and nxturva. fur, Hcctlim Thlityflve, In Townahlp Quarterof "
gain. b-ked.! From comptroller, redemptiona ... _-._.._.._.-_ 16 -n..A ('....rtiliJ'a. ______ ______.. .-.- IflOftO H."lh. Itanwu 'wt.ly.two KuMt, and a..vol' 1
.__ __ ( "I.'nln.
Jail ._ -___ 1000(1Kxhenaea .,"?? mor. ., I leaa.
.r. .f'
"Just before we stepped ashore he "Oh no, I'm polishing the pavementso MnMnir balance -.-_____.__.__ OM'( o-f county bulldlnirat.lanllnra I A.: S. CREWS. .
fume: up to me. lie looked ut me In the kids can have some fun I" sarcastically DI.SItL'KHKMK.NTS FOR TilE SIX MONTHS and otlmr attonilnnla __ -- Son.00 I i. 81.1.1 M.". In Ch.n..ry. 't
_________ H.
I.ldht.!; fuel' and wat.r __ Htio( LOll t. KNIIUT.
quiringly. lie suld nothing ; there was exclaimed! the driver of the - -------------- -- --------------------- In.iirnnce -___'..____ V.. ____.-______ 150.no ( '_ .r (.mpl"lnQnt 778l4. "

nothing for either of us to say. lie I car. -,_ Ttapnaitory. balanca March 81, 1922 -.-- 70.MWIDOWS Care of county poor! (.
Allowance "mitt U. paulwra outalde of I'tfIll.J(2 NOTICE
took me In his arms and kissed' me. I ""Well If you'll Just cut that engine PENSION FUND ixior houiea __ ___ .___._________16000 roiilnlratliin hooka of .
the lown of Stark
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"Then he spoke. '1 am going West down and slip her out of high Into ( ..r.nnr'u ln'iiieaui: r be op. n at of the Town
"Tell name. I'll give little shove nnd Depository balance October 1, 1921 1.1 10.117) Free of .,1t1.,.", jurors and wllnmaiia ISO.00Inannity I Clerk: I"r"ih: ,,, I ,,IoJ..I I," from .1
me low a
be said. your
today, Outstanding warrants October 1, 1921 -.-_._..__... ImitilriealFetw i I July Hth, IDS. to AUHU.t, l.th, 1U.2. In.
When I come back I shall come to let! you'll wnlk right avmy from the curb" _______ of ffifTlcera and committeca .. BO) 0(1( J JRtntlonnry clualve., ;

be six months or IllsyeaI'll. the Interloper salti.The !Jet kalnnce Octob-r 1, 1921 ... --......... 1.110H7 and' prlntlnirt, I I i irienornl I C. A. .FUTCH ,
you. It may UO Oil lleiilal ration
RECEIPTS FOR THE) SIX MONTHS ; atjitlnnery blanka. ela' I Olflovr, Town of ittarke, I'lurlda. r
but'I shall always claim you.I advice was followed.the wheels 7.55 Iterord honks 150.OKIAdvertl.lng I 7-7-2t
From comptroller, rademptiona ...-......... -------- -; .
of their mad whirl and the ( .,juld-jF law and. raid .
out ceased car
shall never let you go my Making Imlance .- 1.1184J for by ..,u"t" --. ._._-_n- ---- 300001 NOTICB -
life.' under the gentle urge; nf the bystander DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS- Commlaelona. paid to olTlceratTax I The town council of HUrke. DradfoH
_. .______I Toll (II) eounty. -
Indianapolis News. 896.00 MIMMOF -- -- Horhla. will meet at tha
moved _.
the little bride. away. AHowano. to wlilowa __ -
"And questioned oou"arr
.00 827.00 Tax aollMitor -------------------I 170(1( ,Oil | July 11. lu.. ...
Paid Union county .__________.- 491 .I'.d..1'1 aa a lu.lIl-
"Thut Is all, my dear." Rhcrltr.. "..".r..1 court work_ .___ BOO( ,00 will continue from day to 0.

hud arrived the dna From Messenger to Qenaral. Deponltory, balunn March 81, 1922 ___________--______.__.- 20143 Clock circuIt court, recordlnu and general the purpone of h.ertnu aomnlalnut l sail
The lonely girl .,,urt work ____- __-___ ._n 15000R celvlnv teatlntony aa to tha value of :
culled back General I'ellegrln who has just been ea of election WMI (W |I i broperty. nal miaed. A :
before bridegroom wan pen aa
the command of the OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS FUND lnde>ln> ..-. -_- ._:::::::==:=--:- 35)0llRow.rv.d ::) : I the lown Ta" 1.r for tha ..
to the city. She was due to leave on appointed to the for eontlnencli, _._-______IQilOOO atmlnat the .nl of .." :1,1[

the day that the bridegroom returned. thirteenth division of French( Infantry Dfpo.iU.ry balanca October 1, 1921 -_.._________._.._..-... n .SIOul.tandmir 5,4y. I
the at Laorres Is a warrants' October 1, 1921 ....____..._-...__...-__ -J..M Total ... _-__- ._____ _______$10.81000 I IEatlmate I ?-?._? DaWITT C. JONES,
arrived at with headquarters C. A.
The bridegroom actually of ...pton.In... and Forfeiture Prealdent. Council.
hotel Just as the lonely girl stood In living proof of. the pooHlblllty of rising N-t balance October 1. 1921 f 142.81 Fund. Bradford County, for the Ducal :year '' _. Clerk. eU-2'tO
RECEIPTS roa Till SIX MONTHS endlna8ei>t..mher 80, IU2I.
beside her unaided effort which Napoleon |
the office, her baggage by ._ __ __ _____.__.______________._____ g.M(),w HherltT anil, dcputlna cost bllla In flrimInal la hereby NOTICS
waiting for her carriage. The bridegroom crystallized Into the mtylng that every caaea __._. .-i-__ .________ soon ', N..t" lv.n that the nndenlirnei, .
walked In and the lonejy girl French soldier carried a marshal's MakIng balanro? .. _?_.?...._......______ 14i.1t: ("".'.."' ''1.... flout bllla In criminal caaea 0000 tat. 'n rl',' "1'owell' t ; \ Em-cC I
DISBUBSEMKNT8 POR THI SIX MONTH I Clerk of tha circuit ,,",rl. anat bllla In iJ :
turned and looked him full In the face. baton In his have..ack.Genl'ral ._ __ ____________________ 0000.00 criminal cases _______.___ 50.00 --,?._....J.urd f all.1 f'
the look on her Pellegrin. whose parents County Jii".". coat bllla In criminal c..- I, law and all partlea .11...claim or .
bride saw
The little
IU.BI ___..__. 40,00 aualn.t aald .m..d
Net balance March SI, 1922 --- M will pnaent them
began -- ----- --
circumstances --- ------- | .1.1
face, but she was too much absorbed were In vpry.10"1' Warranta outatandlnK. March 81, 1921, -_- "3Depoaltory <.< I 'Juatlca' of the'p.e; ; ;*.-biii-In crlm- undenlicned. authenticated, within the ,
In the bridegroom to think much of life as a telegraph messenger at In.lo..... --_ _._--_______-- (5000 time I reiMrlbBd by law or th* same will b* ,
Marseilles. lie scraped and saved so balance March 81, 1923 _________,- 874.II1 Witness f_ ._---------------- 210.00( tv..r barred.
the lonely girl. The lonely girl sat Court ."'n.b... In Innolvcncy ca>- Dated Ihi the lath d.r of .,. A. D. 1922.

down In a chair and leaned her bead as. to he able to buy books which be DRAINAGE FUND .. _____________________. 110.011 I I'LOI13U4CH : IOWeIA.,
studied at night after his day's -ork I 8.......,"'. eommalona on ftnea, eta, coUlected A. Z. ADKINR Admlnl.l.trl.
back against the wall her face the il 120,90 .___...__. ____ 100' 01) Atiorniy6y Eitat I
'ri-nat..> balance October 1, 2l ________- ---- ---- f ,
color of chalk. The bridegroom had for the .postotfice was finished. He fhiut.n.lim bonda October 1, 121 ________.- 2.41514! Peedlnx. prlaonen -_--________..__ 600.00 NOTICK TO AND
out of the office and the Jlttle took his baccalaureate got Into the Outatandinic. warrants' October I, 1921 .-.- g.OH.421.14 Pay of juror In criminal 0_. eounty All DED'ORI the CHIJTORf
gone and juatlc ponce couch-------_.__ 100,00 i iDlalnfeetant Slicks l"n. t 11.
In the chair. military college at Sitlnt-Cyr, obtained! ____ .______ : 6000 MraiUord: county. Horlili.I '
bride hurried to the girl di-rlclt Oe. ,,.- 1. 1021! _..__ __. 2.890.24 h. r.nueet.I ;
Net ? to theIr I .aid I I
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asked. "Can I his couiinlHKlon with flying (colors and FOB TUB SIX MONTHS r.uitrd at jail _____________n_____- 4HO,Ol) .. : ., :
she .rhwllh. penona havlnif
"You feel ill Ano.1
Won't lie paired the I Kcole de Guerre, or staff From comptroller, redemption-. -..._..__..-._. *,nqMnklnw Iteaerved for .ontlnvenclM. ..____ __ 4no.on ." ..t Ale the ...m.. duly
ret you some water you h.nU".d. wllh' the, undemlirncd. admlni., .
down r'"No. COIIOKP. HP took tart> In the operations deflrlt .- 2,205.74 Total ___ .________-_- _n___ -13,310(.09MRTIIOUIST lrt.( within one year from date hereof or
In :Morocco In ItS! )?, was badly DISBURSEMENTS: FOB THE SIX MONTHS I be forever barred.4late .
." answered the girl rising with the battle of the Marne __- __ _______._________________ ..000.OD' thIs lllth day of June, A. n. 102' t
\\"nI",1 at It

aD effort. "It was the beat. I think.that It and afterward returned to Morocco, Vet d.nclt Marcb SI. 1122 ____u________________-._____________ 2.1104.74 i A'lmlnistrato.- IB"Ut" *;"I F II.k.JICKS.' 0..0 S
The little bride had thought ___ _________ ftII .'
he became one of MarhalLynutPv' Warrant outntandlnv. March 81. 1921 __--______.__ -- .f -
was very cold. She did not any anything where moult!: valued assistants. Honda oulatandiiw March 81, 1922 u_ .-_n_________.__________- 2.813. 2.921.11 Sunday school at 10 a. m., I,. .\, I I NITItR tie Fivf.. DIMCII4RGI(

however but helped the lonely Tmi.ta balanca March 81, 1922 ____.?_____________... 2Z.t Davis, superintendent Slate In c..'Iurld.of r.untr J"M., Uradruril (unI. '

girl Into the carriage and waved her On Thursday July 20th there will In ;-."." J. F Wilson. and Laura, Wl|. I
Umbrella Sign of Married Man. ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 00. )3 .
gooil-by. he 'ho il at Kinifs- I Nol la hereby Mlv.n to all whom It
the a Sunday n< < picnic marI
The lonely girl had recognized him You can tell a married man by ASSETSflalanc I ?,_.! ? *tM0n the *'-' ''.. "' Amnwt, A. n.I f

.s he entered the office. umbrella he checks umierts the young ....h In depoaltory. all funda ___________ _.. _____._..____ $.214 23IlneII.rt.d ley lake. Come Sunday and learn r.reen 2.. dish apply Honorable' B A.
soon as who presides l over the cloak ta*... nrrant year ______,__.___n______ ____.____ t".024. more about It. I ,fr Judve' of SUIt -ul: aa Judita, of Pro-
had final
Meanwhile the little bride capitalist Balance rash i In bands bond troatM _____--____ .______________-.... 2.4(1( h.U In.. eelate m' of J.' K.". aa .,hnln"rlh..
ought and found her hUMband and room of a family restaurant. U he Although the pastor Is away thoro i' .on fleeeaned. WI."n and I..u"WI.

taken him to the cozy seat on the has two weather sticks, one a heavy, Total ______ _, .j _._.__.__LIABILITIES__._ ...' _-._..,...______ 22.2M.8. will be the regular 11 o'clock ervlcp. will{ prenent my 'r 1 1I aeenunta the aa :,-me :'
stoop. "Arthur dearest." said the Jit- cheap affair that was purchased with Warmntj nntatandlna for torrent npenaea .uu_.._-_ _..._.. 40011 The subject for discussion lit "Uncon 0tf V.1'lef'au.Jun. I A ads D. 1028 for their ."I'n.o. -

something the Idea of being lIoun lost and the nralnare bonda ...outxandln ._..?_ __...._-?-_?____ 2,411,14 scious Influence" M. f. WIf SOW
tie bride, "I want to say finer material./ a sure bet DralnaiM( Warrants outatandln* ___-.._?_.-_.________ *" I' Admlnhitratur of E-tate J E. wib.no'an.1 |.au.
something! awful. Do you remember a other of Fpworth League at 7:30: p. m. ra W.laon.. Don.s.ool "I"H.1|

that he'i married!. Total __ .-.________-. .--- 2.121.41
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l1i II 1 : ing near Smith's home bent on rob- hParings before t7"nTurl' ,. lIiiT, r one fTie classic I I POSTAllMffiOYEMBH

: bery. As the Smiths approached in of the "1'118t('. :Sir. Love has a great' races of the leer was to be nm.

their car the highwaymen called to gift; for wtory (li'llnz' !:. and Is particularly The mnn hud'. evidently fainted. He

Ir County them to halt. While they were pre- fond of Sw'xlNh stories Ms Imitation was elderly thin gaunt wild-looking' I WEEK IS OBSERVED
}1 News Items pared for an emergency they ignoredthe of the intlnn\l09" dialect being Leaving him there. Danbury bought

I Ie command and proceeded on their iiell-nlph, pprfwt. some f en ad vit'irs.The .
1 way, and the would-be hold-up proveda It seems that recently a picturesque man ate the sandwiches greedily '

J complete failure, and like sheep-kil- old) Swede employed In one of the and presently seemed so fur recovered May 1 Sees Inaugurated First
,t ; Interesting Fact Gathered) During the Week br Our J sugar mills thought to himself thnt as to fit up. lIe stared at hit 'I
ling dogs, and no better in character, General Campaign of
Regular Correapondents.WATERM1LL he "'ollldllnt mind having; a little drinkor rescuer.
I Jt I the miserablo pair skulked and dared two after n paitlcularly hard: dny's "] live they run the Victoria stakes Kind In Service.
not follow the I
-- car. work. !So"; ho hl<',1 himself to a bootlegger yet?" ht>- Inrplored, .
:-e.-. --' I On arriving home, Mr. Smith and of Ms nfqualntimce. "Not. I believe' till threi o'clock,"

I 1t1 Rev. Colonel Crosby, of Sampson, I son found from the looks of things "You got any thnt squirrel\ whisky Danhnry ansv "re
f' I closed his week's meeting: Sunday that the nighthawks must have been Yohn" he asked. "Then help me to the course. It's.) would languish In n day an
h Wuterraill, July 14.-Mrs. Turner morning. I in wait several hours, and it was then "No, I hnvon't Sven." replied. the A matter of. tlioti' ...nndn." lie looked, at i standstill In a week. Public opin' on

was a business visitor to Alachun on Mrs. Sparks and children, of Moun- about twelve! o'clock. Both rodo mules liquor merchant "but lean give you Dnnbury thf>lllrht fu\ly.\ "Help me there I would die of dry rut Sectional hat d 1 1I
with shoes and had a little old crow. How "bout flint?". i and I'll'show what an old mim's j I
Saturday. teocha, were business visitors here they pawed and yon or prejudice! only would, lloilrlsh id

dl Archio Waters, of Lake Butler, Saturday.D. stamped about the garage with every shook Sven his thought head.for a momenf ; then he |, gratitude, menus" i j narrow-mlndednens", thrive

i spent the week-end with friends In our J. Byrd is home after several evidence of a protracted stay. "Xny-ila: ," he mild., "Ay don't scant I Half nn hour Inter they were seated j i It Is the biggest distinctive basin 'I
'n the track as they
the side ns near
section.Mr. weeks absence visiting relatives at Next morning, father andson tracked to fly : Ay ynst' went to hop a little."- by !! In the world, anllt comes nearer to /ne

and Mrs. D. Polk and children Kingsland, Ga. the rascals to Lake Butler, where Washington post. |i could get."There |!' Innermost' Interests of a greater number -
the old man cried!, as a
returned home Saturday from Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Byrd and children they lost the trail. The peculiarly poor-looking unlmal went by. "That's of men and women than any other

where they had been visiting relatives and Schell Byrd left Thursday shaped mule shoes and their! calks Health Habits for Children. Silver ICing. He's being/ quoted at I Institution on earth. No private business -

and friends. for Tampa, making the drip by car I made it easy tofollow the tracks. Ev- Health Instruction and Its result lethe forty to one-a rank.. outsider And however widespread! touches so

Quite a crowd of young folks enjoyed I Mrs. Mollie Surrency and children, idently the riders meant busines, but formation of lialtlts. Is the sul > he'll win-he's mln..." I many lives eo often or sharply ; 00

i a sing at the home of Mr.\ and, of Plant City, are visiting her parents they acted wisely when they scootedfor joct of a dally record of health habits "That horse Is yours?" ejaculated! church reaches Into BO many soula,
for child In the schools of WashIngton -
Mrs. Bob Green's Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Byrd. home.-Johnstown News. every I. Danbury !I flutters so many pulses!, has so many
D. 0., according to the United ;
ih Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown re- Tommy Oldham spent the week-end States bureau of education. Blanks are I "Mine: every Inch of him. And no' ': human beings uependent. on Its min

turned home Saturday from Macclcn- with friends at Hawthorne. NOTICE marked after the 1I101'nllldull/ In-1 I I'm going to make your fortune" r 'i istrations.!

ny after taking teachers examination. ---- I speitIon by the tenclier Kuch: school r piled the other "LII'teul""Ten "Postal Improvement Week" has

I'. On their return they were guests of MILLER Will receive sealed bids till noon, day a mark Is given for the pupil's years ngn Silver King was n been set for :May 1, by the Postmaster!
July 22 on all surplus lumber sash Derby winner. I'ever: mind what his General. This Is the first general cam.
their aunt, ;Mrs.V.. F. Malphurs\ of observance of such habits as brushingthe
}' Starke. July doors, and frames of the Woman's teeth carrying n handkerchief I Ikeeping name was then. He was mine and I palgn nf Its kind In the Postal Service
j Miller, LL-The Miller baseball won ninety I ihousnnd pounds on him? for several decniles. Business men
Club building Starke. Mail bid to a good posture, taking thirty
Mrs Ida and ,
Goodie Eugene
team played Little Springs Friday minutes exeixlco. Thirteen : It went In ,wine women and song- and their organizations, largo users of
spent Saturday in Lake Butler having and Midway Saturday, winning! Mrs.' Mary O. Wainwright, presUMnt! health habits iih.vHlonl me l1..tell.t I the end, ,, squandered, sit\ .as. easily as It fame. the mall, newspapers, motion pictures
Starke Fla.
i f. dental work done. both games by large: scores. 7-14-2t. of a imuitli a rating Is given to cur I 'lost everything; I lost Silver King. advertisers and the entire organization

8 J. A. ':\Iarkey and O. W. Thomas at- Mrs. D. L. Cryatt has returned to CARD respond with the daily record and the : He was sold, to n millionaire.\ \ But his of 320,000 postal workers are to be

: tenrfrd' church at Little Springs Sun- her homo after a few weeks visit with I OF THANKS i sheet Is sent home folded around the I jockey misused him and he wouldn't enlisted, In this country-wide\ campaignof :

day. her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M.\ report curd, to be. signed by the pa-1 j run. Three months ago/: I ,discoveredhim Interest In postal Improvements
i Reaves, of Winter Garden We wish to think Dr. Biggs and rent mid retuined.< It Is expected thus I breaking his brave heart betweenthe Your help Is vital. Address your letters

SAMPSON CITY J. L. Brown mado, business Dr. Middleton and all others who so to secure the co-r peiatlou of the home I shafts of a: hansom cab. I boughthim plainly with pen or typewriter.
I a tripto I I1I1r. I kindly assisted us. during the ill pens In lu. :ukutlng health liablts. Children for ten gnlm'ns cash. I had. just Glv street address. Spell out name

Lake Butler recently. and after the death of our dear Je-' Khoulng e.freme neglect are referred ; a hundred pounds In the ",,,rill. I of State, don't abbreviate. Put your
iI ,
e Sumption City, July 14.-Miss Lillian and Mrs. Sfnegal Holder and hand
parted one. May\ God bless them all. to the sdionl riumo. rented 1 a little cottage and hni'n In i return address In the upper left
w a Rosignol has returned to her Mrs. Marion Sullivan, of Miami, were I wild part of Essex and there I trained corner of envelops (not on the back)
W. L. Thomas and Family.
home in Jacksonville nfter a visit herewith guests several days of last week of I j It Sounded Exceislve. him Twelve sears old hi Is today and always look at your letter before

relatives. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Peeples. i APPLES APPLES ,: An Iridlnnapolla accountant, who l" j and nt first It was n heartbreakingtask. dropping 'n the mall to see If It 'It
1 Master Silas Jones has returned to Sceber Stokes visited friends In.. of English birth says that when he',' Often I thought the task was properly addressed. This care In the
visit hero I Impossible but I nerseieied.:' And at use of the mall Is for your benefit and
his home at Daytona after a Lake Butler Thursday. : arrived In the United States several '
Mr.\ Sam Kaart, proprietor of FlorIda last the 1'01'11''h I knew Urn speeds up the dispatch and deliveryof
,, his Mrs.\ S. E. he did not propose to day 'n
: 'Ith. grandmother, I Carl Brown attended the picture years ago per. ''
Jones. show at the State Farm Fruit & Produce Co., has brought i mlt himself to be Imposed! on. I I had again; ''; one .of the ssvtftpst steeds' mall matter
Saturday. evening a truck load of Oregon red apples for When he landed he gave his In this country I hired H Jockey and! If you have any complaints of poor
Mrs. T. C. Thomas and daughters, hands
me to dispose of ai pre-war prices, as baggage to a porter. to carry to a I entered him for the Victoria stakes. I service make them to your postmaster.He .
Mabel, Doris and Ovleda, of Palntka, '' Mrs. T. S. Langford and son, Roy, follows: : hotel. When he reached the hotel, ha hAd fifty pounds' left anti I borrowed J has Instructions to Investigate them
aro'here on n visit with her mother, 'of Palmetto are visiting friends and and report to the department.COURTESY.
One peck, 75; cents. I asked the porter \hat the charge wa two hundred mor I didn't spend 1 .t Mrs. Josie Ilnll. relatives In. this community.Miss Half peck, 40 cents. for carrying the baggage; i( anything on food., A loaf of breadIs

Mr. and Mrs Charlie Smith and Grettla Thomas is visiting relatives -' Per dozen, 30 cents. : "Two bits, sir," was the porter's, all I've had the lust five days. lie-

Miss Hossla Smith, of Hawthorne, T. in Starke. I reply cnuse, you sec, ",ii r" IWO hum'!:'c r Come and get them while they lust /
1' Oldham, of Graham accompanied by Miss[ Carrie Belle Brown spent the / I "Now look !here," sold the fifty pounds placed, on a forty-to-on ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith and daughter week-end with Miss Kate Epperson "I'm not a green Englishman shot means ten thousand If he wlnx.
motored to (the State Farm Sunday of Lake Butler.. think I am. I know your ('trnveler'l A fortune for me nnd a peaceful old i It sticks In human relations Jib

ri, ,I and spent the day. i Roy Strout and Herman Wellman JULIA HAD SAID SOMETHING i going to give you CO cents age "for Silver King. And he can't POST postage OFFICE stamps DEPARTMENT on letters. The expects -
be sntUfled with that. It'sall
P y Mrs F. P. Jones and little daughter / of Bronson, visited friends here Sunday '/ have to get. Tie started toward s. tall mon In n I' it to be used by its postmasters(
for visit I tram Was Forced: to Admit That Hii you !
arrived here Monday' a : white hut who standing on a stool I'I and employees in dealing with the
r with her mother, Mrs. S. .R.; Jones. Setter Half "Chatted About public.
Emotional Old Flg tor. was shouting the odds.' The horses! I I
Carl Wynn and, Van Williams were FIVE MILE Oem Clpthe Tex Ulckard told the other'day of a were nt the starting gate. I I Help them in Its! use beginning!

f visitors to New River Sunday. dinner that was given to old Bob "Do you want to Ardell Crosby of Brooker was a Conrtenny Plnwlrtdlo. executive of the old< fellow stopping short. "A hl1n- May 1.0, lOUU.THANK:! .
J' ,
Five Mile, July li.-Messrs. Scan, : the National Child! Mealllr council told Ft7slmmons! at a cafe In Fourteenthstreet. I

a ( visitor here Saturday.' Williams and Rodgers, of Little the following story at the meetingof I The bunch got together and dred "pounds will net you four thousand -

.'-Springs, Lester Plnholster, of Brooker ; the Monday, eM'iilrv; oluh. It belongs bought the warrior .n. huge johnny, non- Danbury. had five hunl.lred-the. balance t YOU J j

NEW IUVEII Mr. and Mrs. Ward Fowler, of to the great fund of family stories of pawnnbli ullver loving cup.
( Pollock presented It. After about the of nil. be hud 1 put aside for hisEuroll'an
Guilford were visitors hero on Wednesday which each home has Its share. Red Cross Trains
'. tenth whisky they drank them \ tour
New 14. Mrs. B. J. Ills family had a colored woman "
River, .July J straight those dnj-n -Pollock flashed "You're fiend sure he queried. "I'll ,
{ ;, Sapp has returned homo after spendng Mrs. ,T. H. Whitehurst and childrenof of the inline\ of Julia who did the the cup on the emotional old 1 fellow. -I'll wager four hundred." 147 Blind1 ets

several weeks in Mulberry, guest Florence, S. C., are visiting her wash, according to Mr. Dlnwlddte, F1U'stared at the bin .and. gleaming "And you'll never regret It, son." answered -

Ii of her daughter, Mrs. II. B. Hunt. parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke. her husband transporting the clothesto thing. Then he glowered at Pollock the old, man, and dragged him |I In Useful Work
and from home One night h. started -
; George Rivers left last week for John Carroll, of Midway, was the' and yelled : "Now, dammit you've up to the hoolrmal with bundle of washed
big freshly
tM Starke to spend several weeks. guest of relatives .here Thursday Clothing. It had been ruining and /gone and made ma cry !I"-New YorttCorrespondence "Last chancel" the latter yelled."What's Training designed: : to fit tht'ID>for the

,i ; Bob Johnson, of Wateroak, was in i Mesdames Lillian Pride and Lena there were puddles along the street of the Kansas City the odds on Silver King" j battle nf life was fiiken by 117 blinded
yqtierled the elder [ ,
Star.: man ex si'rMoe\ > the Red Institute
im n Cross
our section Sunday. Drawdy, were guests of Mrs. Lizzie ) I at
The unfortunate man slipped I. (he "
"Fifty to
1 one<< answered the book
''' for the !niiiid Baltimore
Leon Thomas was attending to bus- Duke Thursday, bundle hit the street, opened up, and maker "Wimt near
hrlskly. make bet)
a Md., during< tllu l Us"'ill 1WMV102U.icrnrdlnfc
; mess in Olustee last week. I|| Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard Dukes, of Its contents went Into a mud puddle. Find Pure Amber DepositWhat It's n sportIng I'llance-Uwre'fII worsehorses to year !
considered / the report of the Institute -
Ernest Norivmn, of Vanderbilt washer Little Springs, 1\Irs. Barbara :Morgan Neeilltta to say hit couldn't deliver was formerly dross has won. Four hundred?" lIe i for that period
lj Sunday afternoon. I'lof Brooker, rind, Mrs. Josle Stewart, the wash and be hated to take It In the inlneS oC tI.e Couliuont collieries took the money and scribbled a
1, memorandum Of (Ins number 19 have on to
Nicola n. C., has been discovered gone ,
f :Mrs. C. M. McKinney and daughter''' of Luke Hntler, were called to tho back home Hut" he wos forced to to l 1.0 pure amber, the first In his book handing Danbury other !noltntl"I1'! In almost every .-

Edna, were visiting in Graham Saturday bedside of their mother, MM. Barbara! "fni'e the music I deposit, of the !kind: ever found on the the stub case ID hl"tltutlung'h"I'e those 11111"
.: 'i f fK fi and Sunday. > '!'r ]Dukes, Thursday. A ABok later toe colored man North Aiuei-kun mntlnent The discovery Danbury turned, tense with excitement In:? viini.f.| I'pPt'-lnr.t! advanced edication. :

Miss Onle Rivers returned to her I Duke and! unnwl up nt the DlnwMille. home to see the horses racing down The blind ex-service men whobin
\ I I na Ruby Whltehurati It credited to li S. Oliver of I
with thp clothes, spick and pan. The the tlcle!.
a ]home bore Tuesday after spending n ,i' h<>!mitiiT in Dukes Friday. the or /i-i" fliui'Mi<, process yndlcute '* entered such Inntltnttuns are provlilril '
b i ,
I' family. 01' had out "'h.ltlIad
course' "He's winning; yelled the old) < with .
while in Starke and. Jacksonville with. Mils Mno Puke visited in Lake Butler It was formerly believed to be rewlulteTheto man I special| test hoolts In .
_ lch. thov were
\i- fend and relatives. I WCdnNdI :\ '. are lur<;e quauUtlvD. of the unvS f
Sato .
pllretOI" hart fallen\
\ I ". Blnejtbcrry back and S'I.1'1' taiiKbt nt the Ited OOPS< Institute..
Nath Moore la visiting his 11IuQ'bJter Id I Dire Ohio Parrish has returned That howovor not j .p '
worthy aid say 1111111111I11111111111I1111 11I1 11I11I1 I = \ King had, pushed!! three of his corn. T\v"lve mod have passed from the
J* ors. C. .A. Johns. !I from; a visit with relatives in Mid II word nlmnt his mishap petltora. Tn
r CoU Markloy Johns, o{ Stance, was way. II i "Snm." asked a member of the fontJly The Owner of i A roar went up.. Blackberry: was!! hi occupation or btwlm'm. for which tl"7 .,,

i he Monday looking after buwnew. '1I 1 R. 'Fnlreloth and; slater, Mrs. J. "dltln't JulK have anythlwr to say I j' the lead agiiln.. And Silver King had were fitted I by Special, training.! A few

? I E.; B. Johns! of Stnrke wa; hore on ;i W. Williams! of Tldpepot't.Ala''., Mr. shoat the clothe when you had to j "Silver: King" IK fallen to the renr. The horses quickened I' have withdrawn finm the: Institute be-

Mohday. )and Mrs. T IT. Rings, of Worthington take them buck?" I ... .. .... ,..........% g < their stride. Blackberry woe edg. cance of poor ,'.'!"*, le-i1 condition, 14 are

.1 I Ii I wero guests of Mn and Mrs. P. P. De- 'II Sam grinned. j 5 By MARVIN ST. JO11N3 ing away from nil And poor old Sll I reeulvlnc:; fnr'l'fr' "training/; on the u
"Julln-'alt" done chatted tnte f awhile ver [King fell further and further I! Job" and.87 are- still la training
i (GKAIIAM klo Hiuiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiituiiiiiiiiiiiiiif
I Saturday. i Ii I) about item clothes he nIJ.-: : : ( He .tailed
I l. CfIl7'1&'><' lU, 1'v' II N..pap.r Union away away, his '' i
Mr. .
.- i nn Butler \ncit Fairish went Washington Star. rocked like a hunt In a storm, 'IU'lIr//
a rl+'} : Graham, July 11.Messrs.. Java to Lake Saturday to have the i I nnhIU'7 sailuit the men. was the yells of thousands'' An Assistant' Desired. j

Byrd, Goiter' Barry and Schatt 'Byrd ,, plaster cast removed. from her broken', AVIATION J NOT HIS OBJECT. 'lying In the mtd4le';, "of the road' In Imminent Blackberry had romped home "Were: you "Iryvhen yon. learned

: wWfbuiiinc; visitors to the r 1JJl Y''1 arm. --_,.. .- ,danger 'f li>'mg run down by King came tolling nlont last: of there" wasn't any Santa dims?"
is 1'\ seat Monday.\ : Re-j the whirling aut '",,!>IIS that followed field.. nV"'j 1'111 still sorry nhoct It," answered
Swede Had<:f HIReltg"n for.
II t1, Quite a crowd of our folksspent I ATTEMPTED: HOLD-UP PROVES A' jeetlnQ Offer of That Particular each other In u ,nC'.l.nIUna. stream. When Danbury stunned by his Sorghom.who "Every on e of. myconstituents
He shook him. :lint
Hi A nmn did Dot want anytlilnswrites
round the
j' the Fotttth at Hampton Beach. FAILURE: Brand of Liquor. old fellow mM I.. L. Olden \Is visiting relMlvesrIn I respond the 'I 1 t II') ,i feint him in his longer at his side. The bookmaker: I I 4 and d.fe* ):lIe'. 'to get It for him:'

s i! Hunter Lore of Salt Lake arms young American curried him was also gone A little mob of winners
George Stephen
Pompano. ; Lant Tuesday! night while
to the side of the highway end laid Goats Furnish Coils' Hair.' .
i D1.ssrLAvery and Irving Djral l lspent Smith and hill son, John, war returning i 1 i City, prominent In the beet sugar Industry j him dotfn under a tree of rage.was hunting But Danbury for him never with yells\ The hair on tile bend of most, of
of the "
of.Utah and saw
; Wednesday! In tAl'ke. attending! homo frost the State Farm show, ); food administration a during the war, Automobiles and carriages streamed either of them again the thousand of dolls exhibited ID

j' ,i to business.! two men with shotguns were In wait. past them, but no one stopped to notlctJhejravumbent hop wlndmvs u obtained from the
win la YCahln. toM_ joy! the!!
eygnrlf/ inno. For this was Angora goat.



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