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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 21, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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while the man who suffered! the in- : wear, and tear on trucks, tires, in- t

i'ATAL ACCIDENT ury would not tell how it happened, IMPROVEMENT OFHIGHWAYS\ IS OF '(teased oust of "gas, and oil, and if you I NEGRO KILLS : ;

"mly that "itwaa an accident and none II ire a farmer using teams. in '

INVESTIGATEDAT I to blame but myself." I I BENEFIT FARMERS:'II time spent on tho.our-road In"'IIR-1 I Two\ IHITE MEN] r: rAT h hThere
The deceased. was 28 years old at I GREATEST Ihm't(>O\'d life of ) horses. ,:

his death and a son of j. T. Mary, of If you choose the first method, and ,

Highland. He was. unmarried and lived i ___- _- __ _____. I mprovo your highway you can see ; ''I

INQUEST I at Highland, being a section fore- I Ml'IJ ROAD TAX BEING: ,ELIMINATED : I I--mechanical trouble are largely ,dependent t he result of your oxpunditurea. You KISSIMMEE{ ,

) I man of the Seaboard railway. That i IJY THE IMI'ROVEMENT : I i on the condition of the road 1, it is I.lave nn improved road--one you can

he was a man of fino character can I OK ROADS I safe to say that poor roads nit by far C lepend) on to stand up under the wear

,iNER'S:-'; JURY FINDS I JOHN: be understood from his anxiety to I ,, the greatest disadvantage to the universal I 10: which it ia subjected! and one on MISTAKEN: IDENTITY: CLAIMED

L\RIBS HEATH nun; TO II shield his friend from popsible\ blame I Have you ever considered to what use of motor trucks on the ',vhich you can depend, in tho sprint IIV !'l'It'I'on.110 WAS :

AN ACCIDENT:-; of his death. Besides his father, ho extent every individual is dependenton farms I II md autumn when it is needed the. WOUNDED y't

loaves to mourn his untimely departure -i the highway system of the country i tfjft the farmer who does not have a 1 Host. i

ith:! County Judge! R. A. Green I four brothers, Owen Mare: of Ti- for the necessities! of life? We are motor truck, and who believes the first' If you hooso" the second methodtad Kissimnioo. July 17.-Armed (minis, t

lied a coroner's jury to inquire tusville, and Edward, Joe and Clarence I dependent alike'on the superhighwaywith ,cost would prohibit his buying one I do not Improve your highway! you of men approximating Jir:;0 were scouring -

'he' cause( of the shooting, from ', Mare[ of Highland; also four sifters I its smooth concrete surface that '' even-though, he had !good roads, and I,lo not I see the result of your expenditures ( the countryside tonight in an effort ."

y ,nVets of which John I, Jl.irr Jindht Mrs. D L. Rigby, anti Ella :Marr i, stretches between the larger: cities, who must use teams exclusively, improved '-'and you do not have tho im- accomplish[ what nt nil-day'

same morning. The shooting I of Starke, Mrs II. I). Lee, of Raiford, : and the! little mud road that Hex buck highways are proportionately ,'rov(>romln. Tho cost is: greater, but search hail failed to do-nppri'hrmlOscar ( t;

duct on the night/: of July llth, and Miss Ollie Marr, of Highland./ The :, in an obscure farming section. The' as advantageous.. I U'cmiseit is paid out u few cents here, Meek, or !Mac, II negro! who ;

11road between Highland and bereaved relatives have the sympathyof :1: truth of this statement is evident in tl dollar there, you do not realize the InTe List night .shot and killed Eujeno i
e
"To fix one's ideas the reductionin
tile, Marr was shot in the thigh nil. i that practically everything we use at i I on I rross amount. Rinehart, inul fatally wounded H ..w rt'" "I"I "- v
) I' I the cost of hauling due to the improvement
.
n vas brought to Starke the same The interment was at Long Branch Hume time passes over the highways. I I of the ronds," an oiilrial !: Another way in which you pay for IVey I ', the hitter dying in 1I.1)OI spititl at.' )

r by J. T. ("Runt" Reddish l < and l cemetery last Thursday afternoon, I In working out a plan of highway of! the bureau of public flays roads, Hit having Rood roads la in the debit Orlando thin afternoon. J. 1' 1I1(' )('I- t 4 's.., p

Tracey and put in tho care of Rev L.V.. Kickliter, of Starke, conducting I improvement we must think in termsof "tho of farm prudueeto unproductive, back-lying liimK' : an, n turpentine operator, wns" Injured ;!

11 1 L .Biggs. Dr. Biggs amputated I the obsequies.MRS. 1 I the nmtpr-drivcn vehicle. Thegrowth | market transportation should<1 be considered. ThoI Thousands of acres of good fertile slightly, being shot in the left ",: jj

u above the knee, but tetanus of the automobile Industry in I cost of this work in the United Stales.. and. are idle 1 because of lack of mio- bhoulder. The fourth man In the party \,
I II
mbollsm later caused the pa- i CAPO' Ill'Ur the past few years has surpassed tho and is due mainly ,luate transportation t'ltcilitioa. Ever: t a chap]> named Alderman, nn em 1" h.
in high
I at: present .
death. Mr. Marr had consist I' I I dieams of the most visionary> projj- 1 i grades and yielding road surfaces civ i of umiMUcd Intui is a distinct h utility ploye of MrClyllan'H! another nn'mVr! y +
Ilo
t, refused to tell how he came by ,' Victim Automobile Collision Friday nosticators of 20 years ago. i steep unimproved roads. It must to thu community In, which it is of the party which went .lo :MooU'a( J S
on
. I und, frtsisting' that it WItS an ad. ; in Jacksonville I A study of the state highways of always be remembered that the worst ocntcd.l homo, escaped unhurt. to 1

I < and that he himself was the on-I I California, made by the United States grade on any road tends to limit the A farmer in Sullivan' county, Tenlossoe All four of the men who were" tar \\j,

I to blame. I i Saturday's Times-Union contained Bureau of Public Roads> discloses the load( that can pass over the entire l a few miles' from Bristol, had lifts for the negio'a !gun were whites I:;'

u witnesses summoned were R. : the following news item, which is of ,I overufr e week-day traffic units Jo be road." 00) bushels of potatoes which he in- Tho tragedy him caused a great deal 'Jf-

racey, J. T. Reddish, W. E. Marrl: interest to Stake people, because Mrs divided in the ratio of 97.3 per cent farm II ended ti. market during the winterf of c'xeileiwnt, and there were stuta- :' t 1
Hut "the coat hauling -
Or. E. L. Biggs. The jury vas :John Cuyo, who was one of those Injured motor driven and 2.7 per cent horse I I ,to market.of is probably not produce so o> 1007-H. Owing to hind roads >tunable tents tonight that) he negro! would 1,0'I h I

owed of the following citi/enl! : in the collision, is a daughterof : I drawn. In other words, of every 100 increased by the pres'OIIf excessive to haul the potatoes at all'and, Iviifliod If caught. There weirs rumors : ,I

.<. Johns, foreman, W. L. Wall), Mrs. J, J. SpnikiminT> West Madison vehicles passing; a given point on the much grades as it is by the bud condition hey rotted In the '(.lIllI". Nevertheless atlIrio'uM times that a negro i'

.f Johns, B. M. Dojvlinpr, J. ;\1.1 street. The news, item is as "follows road, 97 were automobiles and only of the road surfaces. There is lie price of potatoes reached he( peak hind, been caught and killed by one of J

ircz and A. O. Andreu. : three were horse drawn. There are no question that poor road surfaces fur lint year in ape meantime. A Hris.ol several bands. of manhunters, but thin M

ifr Tracey, a druggist of La.vtey, I Two were 1 seriously injured and several cars fun everyone of the 103,000,000; () cause an economic waste, of which the merchant stated |Tmt during tho was not ploved. It '

that about 830; o'clock on the I narrowly escaped being hurt, inhabitants to ride in them at the total in this country is startling.) winter as many as! 10 carloads of rlll'111'' In somewhat" of mystery ponlovning r

it of July 11th, John :Mare came I I when an automobile Crashed, into the I name time; one motor vehicle for ev- I In connection with this it is well\ to produce, including wheat, potatoes, the whole nlfnir. hut rurflornthat ri

urn, and asked for the loan of his rear of another on the St. Augustine ery 10 persons.' 'consider a few authentic instances of trod. other supplies were daily I shippedIn (the Ku Klux Klnn had. IInythinA'r {

.i The request was granted. A. ::. road yesterday afternoon, accordingto I The national automobile chamberof conditions. Before the road to feed not only ,Bristol! but( the11djacent t<( do with) the affair/ are doubled by I

Die of hours later J. T Reddishd reports received by the police! and I commerce states that tho most important I:',from jnclual Ben llur to Jonesville, in Lee territory This section could Sheriff L. R. Farmer, who stated I to

him out. lie had brought the at the sheriff's office. \ I use to which the automobile' 'county, 'Virginia, was improved, merchants no doubt have heen selfsupportingbnd the press representative tonight that I .

lack and told him that ;\arr.-\\a :I Ernest Shad, 13, son of !lit.. and is! put lit in business. This includesthe hauling( goods from Hen llur\ I they bad adequate highway transportation. he was Pure it was a case of mistaken. 1
the St. !, thousands of motor cars used! to I } Identity arid, that the four men who
shot in the' leg, and that ho wase Mrs.!\ Ernest F. Shad, living on the nearest! railroad station in Jxnes- ,
> taken to Dr. Biggx in Starke, I I, Augustine road, is believed tti he suf- i transport workers to and, from their : ville, required n two-horse team for To show. clolarly the inability of the went to Mock's house went on an innocent t.

attention. Mr. Tracey ticked how :I ifering from infernal injuries. Two places yf employment, as well as motor 2,500) pounds; when the roads were farmer situated on u poor rond, to ;mission and l were tired. upon by ,:

accident had happened, but :Mart''I'physicians were called immediately : trucks used in commercialized, business ,In ordinary condition. Since the road '[compete with n (critter situated on an the negro,, who was fearful of mis t1

.lid not tell him, only saying that 'i after the boy was taken to his home. .-regular motor truck freight delivery -i has been improved, these merchants Improved road 1, it is only necessary, handling. This four was Induced, liy
i routes between cities and ,bus of lot It hu n letter! he Iw amid to have received( on ,
was an accident and noboly, to be The youngster was knocked unconscious haul 30 sucks of fertilizer, weighing for till sake example' to V d
lined but himself. I' when the cars collided. lines for passenger service. Tho use ; 200 pounds each, and use two mules nuppoHcd" that two funnel living In Saturday In which ho wax warned to t
of the motor for pleasure already dnlaneea leave the city in twenty-four hours,
car counties but at equal -
separate ,
W A. Mart, a brother of the le- I Mrs. John Capo, u neighbor of th"l They now make two trips a day instead ) .
and This to tho In understood
importance warning negro
of secondary from! the cotton market, learn
"I don't know anything Shad family occupying a seat in the of They can haul 80 bushels
ed, said: : i I one. 'i
such use will become less as time goes by telephone that, cotton has advanced ti,> have come from his being
,ut the actual shooting, eieepi that I car driven by young Shad, was also of coal to the load instead ,,f from
1 successful bidder. for rout met to .
I IThc1'e
use
'on. in price $1 n hall Thu farmer liv- I '
Reddish camo to me >n Tuesday painfully hurt but up. to a late hour 30) to :Ho\: which wait the load on theunimproved
'' motor ing on a l bail road.! can Immediatelyhaul carry the mail, to and l from trains and
unablo are 4,000 passenger '
and told me that ha! had ao- last night the authorities were rond.
noon linle of cotton while the .other poKt"Ulco, his bid l being lower than onusubmitted
I buses in California alone It one "
operating
shot brother, John 'to ascertain the extent of her Injur- Crosby Texas, ,
lentally my Another instance nt ,
I A. M. )HONK white man '
by n
I U. possible to travel from Los Angeles farmer can vhaul four bales because'
taken to her home ,
,
She hell rend
o>arr. ies. was is significant. There a was In
confided
to the Oregon line by motor bus, 'he livoa on a good l road. The raise iiI The negro is I said to have
i i T. Reddish testified: On the Robert Houston, a federal prohibition changing at San Francisco Through'built for one mile out of town. A farmer price i nieaiin a profit, of $ t lo the one the authorities, and It Is understood( P''

) -ht: that Marr was shot, about 9:30: !I agent, according to the county tickets are sold and are interchangeable i four miles out came to town with man and only $1 to his neighbor.In the town marshal. placed a guard l nt
was. work. He driving the car that ran team of two mules and! loaded on ,
on the street in my officers, was I n his house yesterday Tho negro, it la
id to me, "Get in, Runt, and, let'si |into the one driven by the Shad boy. in the same way as in railroad bin wagon at tljo railroad .station two 1DUI, highway; tfiin Improvement cost ( said, had told friends he would mir-, vt
travel. Sixty-three companies in Connecticut the people of country $fi) i I a ride." I said all right, and The accident occurred about eight ,' tons of wire fencing. At the end of render his contract today. 1' .
i In bus Of this () ) ) was
specialize passenger 000. sum $120,000,001)
rode around for4an hour or two. miles from South Jacksonville. Both I ,, the improved. shell road, on his return -
Late lust night pistol shots were
: license fees hearing
service.Regular. paid by automobile
I said. toward the city. 'i tho farmer was compelled. to'throw
Highland. coming ,
bended toward
; were
'Ie cars hoard, at Meok's! house Thu crowd
motor truck routes mo/Ml,0)0) ) () ) pnid by the stale! arid
freight wire.
?" He says, be secured by I mr 3,000 pounds of the .
Where are we going Little details!' could that quickly found Rinetvirt
have been established between New additional Federal taxes, road bonds and sn on. gathered"
That's all right; I have always gotten ; the authorities. It was reported the .. lie then hitched, on two load and Ivey u little distance iiway,
left HighI at York, I'hiludelhpia, Baltimore and mules to haul the 1,000 pounds on the Apportioning this. equally among
back. After we going u
you car driven by Houston was ; I badly wounded.l Mit'U-IInn: was nearby I
Washington. Large/ trucks make daily miles of unimproved the 10",000,000' inhabitants wo learn
and asked, "Where are we going? high rate of speed when it crashed remaining three also and. Alderman was
wounded,
to Mnx- I trips between these, points, carrying road. This man then had to make Hint good roads cost every man, woman ,
and he said, "Let's ride up I into the Shad machine. Both cars were ( it bit dazed by time cut Imubilu In which
tons of foodstulfa and manufactured the remaining and child one and one-quarter cents
for
v!lie." I suppose'we were two miles 'badly damaged and the rear of the many three more trips the four men had! been riding ernnhinfthrough .
goods.! Similar reports from other and It requiredhis day last Con any one say he
from Highland towards Max- practically demolished I 3,000 pounds of wire, a year. tj
II' more Shad machine was fence when Rinehiirt wall
lIe suggested: I states indicate that this feature of time for the four miles, from 10 does not jtct'tho. equivalent of hla oneand n
ille. I was driving. ; it was reported. shot. he started the machine after
aa up
of motor vehicles i ia growingto cents in service? Can
look so I I the use o'clock itt the morning until II o'clock one-quarter
take ,
that and a I
we stop shaken by had, begun' shouting.
Besides being badly up the nogrti
and cut the motor off, and we 1 1A'ot gigantic proportions, and schoolsare > the next morning to finish the hauling.If ho Buy ho la entirely Independent of r '
stopped! of the other car
out of the car. During the time the impact, occupants being organized; train men for tho Improved, road had extended the highway system? \\IIM' "Peaceful Mi MM' ion t
I escaped without any serious Injuries, positions as highway transport engi: the farm tho original In order to obtain the best resultsIt '
he asked me if I had a gun. I said four miles to Mr. McCUlluti la a turpentine operator -
He said he did, but there were I the police said. neers. It has been predicted by authorities I team of two mules could have hauled. ia i necessary to take a Htnto-widu and! Alderman in In hU employ. 'I

no.but two or three balls in it, and he No arrests were reported up' to a familiar with the situation, the two tons'of wire in two and one- view: What road would be of most Their camp Is near the Orange -ojnty I

handed it to me and asked me to line I late hour last night. I Unit highway/ transportation will in half hours. I II benefit ti<> the greatest number\ of people line. Rinehart and I Ivey but h resided. I ; ,

them In moving the cylinder in Monday the Telegraph; reporter called time supplant railroad transportation I Innumerablo instances of this kind ? That is the mad which should just Inslilu the Orange county line.

and up. the cartridges, the gun I' on Mrs. Sparkman, and learned for the short haul traffic, both freight 'could be lite], and every farmer who bu improved, first. McClellan told Sheriff Farmer today

placing discharged one time, and. Marr I I that late advices from Mrs. Capo de- I and( passenger. There is even now H is dependent on bad roads knows from What we really need ia a system of that they came to town last night to ,
was
said that he was shot. As quickly as clare her injuries not serious and that keen competition in some section and Bud experience that poor roads mean improved roads that will accommodate : look for K nogro hand at the turpentine

I could I got him into the car. I headf& she Is rapidly improving. This will a few of the more progressive railroads poor business and waste <>f time and everybody, and it ia not to be expected still who had run' sway in.I, left tt f fa f

for Lawtey, and I asked him if he be pleasant news to her many friends. have adopted gasoline-driven money. The expense of poor roads la : that it will pass everyone's wife and, several small children. He tt

wished to see Dr. Brown, and he told engines to run over their rails for use I clearly shown by the following, taken I door. The railroads render a wonderful said negroes/ in the "..ullrter." here adirected

me to carry him to Dr. BiggsI suggested JAIL FOR WASSAIL I in short haul business. I from a bulletin prepared by the bureau i I. service, but we cannot go: out to them to thu neighborhood ofMick's 4 ,

to him by Mr. Tracey, The good roads question while it is of public roads: our front gate and board a train. It is house and hu supposes they I

as he could carry be of assistance, so he I Saturday County Judge R. A. Green of the utmost importance to all, primarily "In the cotton states of thu South, hoptfd! that eventually all roads will mistook thu house in the dark and t I

told me to do BO, as it was Mr. Tra- was busy trying two liquor cases. One concerns the farmer. The bus, the average haul of cotton from farmto be Improved, but It la necessary, to went to the wrong place. At any rate

cey's car. was> I.em Brown, accused of having inea 6f farming l Is essentially depen- the shipping point Is 11.8 miles make a beginning and advance along when they arrived there he stepped j

The gun appeared to be a 38-cal. r.,' nnshine In his possession. The -other dent on the condition of the roads, for The average load Is about 1700 pound logical lines. out of tho machine and started toward lethe
and in hands at the time of was Wash Green, accused of the whatever it not produced on the farm -a little more than three bales-and We must not Improve one road here, door when Meek appeared! lancl lie- 7
was
the shooting.my Only one shot was fir- same transgression. Both plead notguilty must be hauled to the farm, and rgany the average cost of hauling! is 80 centsa another a hundred, ( miles away whichIn gun Hhontlng MrClolInn hit, sturtcU

ed. When the gun was fired I droppedit and were tried by juries and crops+of the farm must be hauled to bale. The cost of marketing the no way supplements tho entire sys toward tho car. Just then, it xoems, *t'

and have not seen it since. I went both were found guilty. the railroad stations and local markets 1911! crop of lfl,2.'iO,270; bales wall $13- tem. Before deciding upon Improvingany Rinehart, who was driving, became!

the next morning to look for it but Brown was committed to the county 000,220, if computed *>n the above bas road, we should first determine alarmed and stapled up the machine ,

could not find it. No one else was in jail for three months and fined $10 When the farmer can use a motor is. To each bnlo of cotton there (ia whether that road Is an artery In our The next bullet struck him in the head

the car with me. I,put him in the car ari'l all costs. Green was sentenced to truck to deliver his produce to markethe about half a ton of cotton seed, which transportation syste'm, or only n tribe and killed him. Ivey also was shot

wiyself. four months in the county jail and fined saves time, thus being able"to devote was .hauled from the farm to the gin, utary vein. If 'we Improve the sec and either foil or leaped from thu car.

and costs. Both moved for new more time to his farm work with and then a large percentage o( it was ondary roads. and allow the primary taken at to the ies- )
the $10 Ivey was once .
said about
Dr. E. L. Biggs denied by the county a'resultant increase in crops. lIe can hauled again to the shipping point. roads to deteriorate they will not be t' $
that It Wall bid trials, but were : pied at Orlando. There was an unrelenting ,
wound In Marr's leg cottonseed able to accommodate the truffle flowing -
to the elmcuit'eourt. live farther from the railroador The cost of hauling '
and both appealed away average search carried today for -
enough to allow two fingers to be put judge, United States Is $3 a ton. to them from tho tributary roads. on .
market an reduction in time Ia in the
,
Mac and it .still
been made by the negro was Jn }
into
it; had apparently calibre that there It seem that Brown and Green must equivalent to a decrease of the dis The 1911 crop of seed, therefore cost ;-Dearborn Independent. progress tonight. There was rnuthexcitemunt J

a bullet of large ; the bul be complementary colors. Both suffered tance. The reduction may be largelydue $21,'75,414 to haul. The total cost ,I and for a time a good deal 1 ,
made by
were two holes, one of the same thirst and used the to increased speed of hauling, to 1 of hauling the cotton crop in 1911 In-, SLIGHT FIRE: 'SATIJRIATSaturday of ugly talk, of summary vengeance/ Incase
let by a piece
and another probably for quenching it. Both increased load or to both. I eluding the wed was, therefore $37-; the taken. Up until I ,
Mart would game means : fire alarm negro was
shattered bone also that at 10:45; m. a
a.
; of road Improvement -
punished and both To use motor trucks with a maxi 375,0.11. Any system ;J
there had been
similarly however
no
only say that it was caused by an ac were what'the this zone would was given from the residence of Mrs.J. [ midnight. ,
throughout
of It ia to
with efficiency
mum necessary
equally disgusted disturbance, although knots of men
were ,
cident. /five J. Sparkman, on West Madison
both equal have good roads. In to reduce the annual hauling charge
them. And are answer a questionnaire 'hail gathered at various places in and
The the following verdict!: court gave street. Our smart fire lads l were thereon
4 "John Jury Marr gave came to his death from a ly hopeful of faring.better in the circuit ., sent out by the United percent, effecting" a saving of $1358- record time and the flames were around the city during the earlier t l+,.
bureau of roads to farmers
States public 781 a year. s .
court of the evening.
i in the lower entlngulshed. The fire wee part
Pistol! wound Inflicted for good quickly
having motor trucks, 73 per cent Thus you see you pay
3' held by J. T. the roof of the kitchen The resentment against the negro
limb, said pistol being In Starke the first state that the principal disadvantage roads whether you get them or not, confined to ,
+!d Reddish and that It was accidental. J. F. Canova was if don't get and had started from sparks from a was greatly Increased late .t'might on
week to arrange for moving His of the motor truck Is poor roads. Eleven and you pay more you '
of the Orlando that had
N So flue the report from Ivey
say we all. Jacksonville, where he Is in per cent say cost of operation, two them. The choice lies with you. You faulty
led to Marr'jdeath I family to died at the hospital there. There was
?t, While the that
cause left ,Tuesday to the per cent soft ground two per cent can pay for good! roads by Improving
r less remarkable business. They Butler excited talk of lynching, and rumors .
; was very efngular, no for them by not Mrs. R. S. Johns, of Lake ,
friends to whom mechanical trouble and only 11 per them or you can pay
that the man I regret of their many last week with her parent, Mr. flew about town for a time that a negro -
the fact la greater spent
was and the cost
endeared themselves, dur- cent say first cost of the truck. As improved them
it In whose hand the pistol was that fired they have of residence cost of operation, soft ground and in Increased cost of products, !h.ll and, Mrs. W, II. Green, had been lynched,
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JULY 21. l'J2a:
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'-- LAWTEY Nolle* In' hereby *!hen. that the TOWN following TAX doKrlbed NOTICE land. will .,. cold at .
!; W. C. T. U. COLUMNWOMEN'S on the MUST MONDAY IN AUGUST. l 2e. It belnir tli. 7th day of Mid month"at ?:*
MOONSHINERSAND I In the Count of Bradford, State of Florida or no much thereof u will bo ncowiari jTli'the
l&Hfltf 1 I iii': Lawtey, July 21.-Mrs. J. H. Moore and amount advvrtbinc.due for tajiea herein let opposite. the ame, together with O. A.the FUTCII not of ..hr"iT1!

and Paul visitors to Jacksonville Tax Collator
: OFFICERS son,Monday., were CLUBS 18th FAVOR AMENDMENT ENFORCING = Town of 8UrDeaerlpUon no.

Bee, It. T.. A. Own.r J .
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, was U ,
I Low i A 4 Blk a. 1.. T. A Cue -
the guest of her mother, !Mrs.\ M. K. By a unanimous vote of the large .ubdlv __________________28 I 22 J. J. Aaron ____- _

BATTLE DAILY I cigarettes Edwards, the first part of the week. body of women in attendance upon the Lot a_ Blk 1___42_ ._L.:::_:T.:__A._Co.__-aubdlv _.28 8 22 Julius Butler ..__-____

I Mrs. V. R. Reddish and children returned bi-ennial convention of the National Blki.Lo(5175&BikSeX Lota&S7SinAlvares.a'I'i25 1 622 Fred Beok __________ ,
home Friday from Plant City Federation of Women's Clubs, at a A In pond in SW Cor of NWU
I of NWU of SW'4 .............. ..Qfl at 22 Fred Beck ___________
IN MOUNTAINS where they spent two weeks with rel Chautnu<|un, New York, a resolution Lot 6 of Blk 1 L. T. A Cc. add __28 8 n Mr. C. S. Clyatt -
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; I Blk t> Tamplea add ____________.2S tI 22 Mm. Eunice E, Canova -- I'
!' atives. was passed! providing for assistanceto All BIll 5 U T. A ec. .ub dlv _.28 S 23 Ko. Cox .__.._______' 1
'- returned homO be given in way to measures On. lot 105 ft aq In SW Cor of
',', George F. Young every SWV of 8WW -28 0 22 E. W. Drluif.r. E.t _
:" OPPOSING:" J FACTIONS:"':: USE NEWEST last week from a ten day business trip' enforcing!' legislation concerned with Lot2ofBik4LT.&Cositbdlv --
___ 6 2a Lucy CniflLh ._._____ ,
FORM OF ARMAMENT: IN to Baltimore, Philadelphia and New I the eighteenth amendment. I lA.... l"a"nd 14 and S')I TL .'ia"2""ia"
THEIR SKIRMISHES:; York. Blk 13. L. T. A Corn add --------28 6 22 Florenta FrpymemUi _
Lota 4 6 of Blk C Bulnira. '8

"" ) Alex Howe, of Gainesville, wax n DOYLE TO WORK FOR PROHIBITION Lot add 1 .Ik. 4_._._extended__.,_____on_niiey'a__. _..gn Q 22 Elbert, Gnann .__?____ "

;: The war against the moonshiners of lOCI' visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs.A. IN ENGLAND= may, orIgins' '::t''B-lI: .---.--......28 6 22 H. L. Gray -__________ r .

," :.: ,.I j k, [- the mountain country extending from A. Smith Friday. Lou _6 _t--ir.8 .__-T____C__i Rulninadd ____..._?9 6 22 P. D. HI..... ________ ,
I the Cumberland of Kentucky to the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle on the eve One lot bounded S by Hogan Alley -
Mrs.
GOOD! M. E. Edwards was u visitorto W by Bay atreet N by Jacluonatreet
A t Allegheny Mountains of North Car- They are Jacksonville the first of the week. of his departure for England, according Com ., _____:_--_-..--.. ...28 6 22 .' ,W. M. Hollingawortb ___.
187H ft E of NE Cor Hoyt
olina is slowly but surely resulting in Mr. and Mrs. John McCulley, of to press dispatches! declared him- and Broadway .treet. run E 106 ft
N JOS ft. W loa ft, S 105 ft
: the revenue officers gaining the upper Jacksonville, were guests first of the self a convert to prohibition. lie also beg ..... ...-28 6 22 F. H. Halo .
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Lot;: -------
4 hand. An almost impenetrable bullets of the ambuscader. Airplaneshave said he would work to tiling prohibition 8 4.of Bik4 L."T.-i--Co.aub -- 'III
week of Mr. and Mrs 'David Durban, dlv I _28 6 22 J.... Johnaoa
I ---------------- _______
used to -
wall of has surrounded this been by "dry" agents m
secrecy in East to his homeland, although he Lot jofBhiilSL.T.&Cmsub;
famous "moonshine" belt since the : seek out the cleverly hidden stills. Lawtey. would have to forego public speeches div .-.---_...___.28 6 22 Raymond Jackaon ?...__
: I The annual picnic of the Lawtey BOn 87 ,ii44i'. A o'. aub
government authorities entered the On Commercial Scale dv! 28 6 22 A. O. JenkIns ____ __
I on the topic because cf.his psychic In- - ---- _
Baptist Sunday school was !given at Lot 4 of jjii'T.i Coa sub;
. warfare. Strangers found wandering : In the days before Mr. Volstead Mrs. Howe's landing at Kingsley lake vestigations. dlv ---____________________28 t 22 Edn. Jackson. _________
ota a 4 of Bile 83 L. T. A Coa .ub
through the mountains are apt to passed his now famous statute the average last Thursday, and was largely at- "There is little drinking here today dlv -- : --- -28 0 22 R. M. Jenkins 1. .
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meet a speedy death for the moun- mountaineer made his Zeta 2 4-ot k4oT.i' Coa sub : -- !t
. southern with what there used
tended and compared to be" _______ _
enjoyed. div __ _.__..29 6 22 H. O. Plgford _______
taineers consider it their right to own liquor, holding it to be his J. II. Carrodine returned here he stated in regard to conditions in the All Blk 21 orIginal town _____r---28 8 22 K. R. A Hetti. -91. Prevail "
Dr. a
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LolA B 6 7 8 Blk 1 and ota 9 10111221222524of51k51n
i make and sell "corn" liquor, and they able right to make "white / Inalien-I last week from Yazoo Miss. United States. "Today, if you want

c resent any interference or prying into and sell some of it if he could Mrs. Leona Hartley and City children, re liquor you have to go and find it. For Com Dowlinir.at NB add Cor-of. -WV4---__of___NWV4______28 6 22 J. F. Rhoden. ., Ii..?..??.____.
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' their affairs.' I purchaser. In those days, when real 'turned to their home in Jasper Sunday merly it came looking for you." of SBVt of NE"4 A run W 10ft l .a
ft to
>t of be*, thence W 100 ft I
H r. Ten thousand illicit stills, federal whiskey was obtainable, the moonshiner's after spending'about a week at S 80 7.1, E: too ft. N 809 ft to _
Ti.I"" I not fame beyond bnr ----.--,-----.-...---.....28 ( 22 Richard Reynold* _____ ___
gain
it ;. agent estimate, are in daily opera- product did the home of her brother, J. A. Allen. ChAMBER COMMERCE FOR Lot 7oi tilk 11 L. T. A Coa .ub -

f tion, and 300,000 gallons of raw mooll-j his own region. Government Mr. and .l\frs. T. B. Adams and children DRY LAW BIt div 89- A- -Nl---$--of---Blk-----41-_.L...._T.__A"28 8 .22 It. C. Richard _______--,

shine whiskey are made and agents were not then particularly active olLJacksonville, spent a day or Coe sub dlv --_..._____........28 6 22 E. E. Snc-11 ..__________--

\ -every week. Federal officials estimate against the moonshiner, and few, two in Lawtey last week. Mn and I You may place our organization on Ota AInNECorofSEl4ofSE29 1 I 2 15 16 Inns E 20 ft A ft t 22 G. C. Sweat. ________
that () of if sheriffs of the mountain districts Lots 1 A 2 of fills 82 L. T. A oa >4
12,000,000 gallons this illicit any, record and
Mrs. Adams at as very enthusiastically
time res-!
.were one j sub dlv .- -.... 28 5 22 Will Sanders __ _
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whiskey have. flowed into the hands of in the South ever made any attempt dents of town. 'energetically favoring both local and : Lola 8 9 ioj of; Blk 28 L.: ;T. A V. -
I I our I'I Coa add ---_________________28 6 22 Oeo. Strickland .
distributersdurin the last year. to arrest the moonshiners.With I henry Bennett, of Jacksonville, was national prohibition. Lot 14 of BIll 22 TemplM add ___28 6 22 M..... Bertie T.rrclI---------' ---------- 19
LolA 6 7 of nil .
,, .: "Dry" Agents! Are Busy the advent of prohibition, how j transacting business here several daj -, Rockford was given Camp Grant because --------1---DavIs------A--_truby.add ______28 6 2* 1>1.... J. _T. Wilta .
That the changed. As tho it had had record for 9 acre. of land In SW Cor of SB", -------
revenue officers are doing ever, everything was of last webk a many of SE'4 A. W 2 A of SE>,4 of

their best to check this flow of liquor quantity of real whiskey began to da- Miss Ollie Marr, of IIIA'hlanll.'is- years previous of being a temperatetown. SE'4 --.__.______--_.29 6 22 M..... fl. M. Well. ._-
Lots 4 IS of Bill- 18 L. T. A Coa add..2tl 6 22 '
. is shown by the fact that there have crease the moonshiner saw an oppor- ited relatives here Monday. Of course, immediately follow- Mr Mary William. -=:

been 10,000 arrests during the last tunity to make n great deal of money. John Mann and children visited relatives ing local prohibition we had several' .

year. That the warfare is a real one I No longer did he take pride in the in Manning Sunday. :I buildings vacated, but only temporarily To Cure a C"IJ.n One Iay MASTER'S SALE:
falis LAXATIVE! : URCMO QUININE: TnblrM Notice 1 Is hereby that
' is shown by the figure bf 200 moon- I quality of his produtt. Rather did he Oscar McCully, of Jacksonville, wan as they werQ filled very soon afterwards ,U>|>* tilt I'xHiith) nnil liemlnrhn:: : and work* uf vlrtuu of that certain final divreo "'

shiners and officers slain in pitched : make every effort to produce as.' much tho guest of relatives here for several by the normal expansion of (44j. W. tKOVE1": Kluuaturt on each .bux :3U.I( clnure 1\122.\ J by irmdu Hunor.ble and l randcred A. V. Lon June*. JudKtro 8(1 !

battles during/ the last 12 months I moonshine whiskey as possible ,regardless days last week.*. business. rliirlila.Eighth Judicial.In Circuit of Bradford Dot

t There are now approximately 300 rev- of its quality. Mrs. :Sam Norman and children'returned O. O. McLcish acting secretary, motion pictures and hereby affirm its chancery, and avalnit favor Honry of S.Davit K. Jo'complainant "

I enue men hiding along the "trails" Larger Stills Used home Sunday from Jackson. Rockford, (III.) Chamber of Com- desire to co-operate in every way cliil lenna manUT Unvl.will, defendant.offer. for, the...1.unifenilunMl In front of !.

and TOO ville where merce. consistent with its cmirthoiwe door In Stark.. Florida. during u
&, deputy sheriffs combing the The old-fashioned still gave way to they spent several days principles and IVKB! hour of >al> on Monday, the 8,... "I
mountain sides guarding/ the paths : the modern steam still in many cases, with relatives. policies in this work and in using motion day of AUgust. D. 1022 the followln '
'cribrd"
real
: that lead into the villa ices. although the mountaineer, slow to Albert Jennings was a visitor to I I believe that prohibition has proved pictures more effectively for up- r'lortda, to-wlt mtato, iltuat In Bradford cou

Romance has given way to grim adopt modern ideas, did not give up Highland Monday. I to be an economic asset to this community building the Nation's life; and be it Soutlwait Five ((8))Corner acrea lylnw of the In Northeast a square Quart.hlp In .IK-

x warfare and the, "trail of the lonesome his old copper still without a strug- Mrs. L. A. Marr and Miss Della and that it has promoted thrift Resolved, That the General Federation or lhu' 8.Snuthnau.t S. R 22 E.Quarter ot Section 84, Town!

pine" is now one of bloodshed, and am gl('. But the steam still allows greater Blanchard we're visitors to Highland among our people. A statement from of Women's Clubs on behalf of D. E. KNIOHT,

: bush. The stills are hidden in virtually production at cheaper cost and, 8S'' Monday.Dr. the various savings banks shows that the millions of American people who I A. S.'CREWS.SpeC"1 MMUr ln ChM

inaccessible corners. Boys and /girl most of the distillers are in the busi- Et L. Biggs, of Starke, was a more people have savings accountsand daily contribute to the support of motion Solicitor for Complahi.n77.at,

are kept at !home from school to ac ness for money, any contrivance which visitor to Lawtey Sunday. that the balances are larger. pictures, approves the effort of MASTER'S SALE

as lookouts, and, due to their vigilance enables them to make more and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and little daughter The charitable organizations of the motion picture industry to stabilizeits I vlrtuB Notice of In I that hereby certain gIven final that dec undnr.... of ao.l.ton.ji

1 and other means of warning/ distillers, cheaper moonshine whiskey is welcomed. Ada Marie, left Tuesday for Milton city tell me that taking into consideration economic conditions to the end that oloaure mad. and enture.1. on the 24th ilny <(

it is a hard proposition tofind a moon- after spending six weeks herewith the recent business depression, there may be the certain continuity of June.Long. J"A.
Shiner actually working at the still. A blacksmith down on the Tennes her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. If. there are fewer peoplereceiving aid the production and exhibition of the wry Honda aiUtnir.In and In for favor Bradford of W.. county K. Knlitht.In than

Elaborate Warning System see-North Carolina border is making I Moore. After a few days visit with than during the time before prohibi! highest types of motion pictures; and, his Inlnant wIt,..not aiinln.t General M. Bennett cam and
s Cory E. :
his $30 a day regularly turning/ out relatives and friends in Milton and tion. The former saloons in most cases be> it further and Vhvlnia-Carollna. Dennett.Chemloal W. 3.Company ZahnUer.
: All of the
mountain regions of the Pollard, Ala., they will to ihfir! Resolved That the General Federation corporation, defendant the undersIgned fill
used
south copper stills for the demhnd for stilU go are being for other lines of offer fur aalu and will .i.11 befor. .
have the
elaborate systems' to warn is greater than the supply. Raiders home in Mobile, Ala. business. Women's clubs; offers the cooperation hoiwe door, at S.... ke. Horlda durinir the court Iraal'

,of moonshine distillers of the approach who have visited his shop, however, Henry Burney, of Gainesville is Prohibition, has been, I believe, very of the Federation to the Au hour",u.t.of 108,1.nnlc to on the Mondny.hh.h..t the and 7th beat d.y bid le..

revenue officers. The telephone has have never been able to find him with spending a few days at the home of beneficial to the /general interests of schools and all other recognized educational imd for/ cnuh being. the In f'illo"tinir Bradford! tI..rlb..d l l Innd/i-ly u
been a boon to mountaineers who be- county, Florida v
his mother Mrs. H. R. wit :
anything even remotely resembling a Sapp. our city. institutions in giving to the

cause of their Increased wealth from still in his possession. The warning Mrs. A. It\!. Blanchard And! daughter\ Nelson Marshman, assistant secretary children of the nation visual instruc- of The Sectlnn North Thlrty-flve.Half of the In Southeast Town.hlp Q.mt Be"

i; When distilling/ can of afford such luxuries system is ,too perfect for that, and MillS Enza, were visitors t,) Jacksonville Springfield (Mass.) Chamber of tion by means of motion pictures, to oiiihty South, Kanini acrt, Twenty-two more or 1_East. and contiur
a officers leavea
party revenue
when the federal or county agents arrive II last week. Commerce. the end that the production of truly A. S. CREWS.

town, word is passed along the party on the scene they always find him Mr. and Mrs. William Hnss'cH$ of educational motion pictures, other I), E. KNIGHT. SpecIal' Mauler In Chan. ,

: lines and the' mountaineers resume placidly shoeing a horse, or sitting on Ja<'!Ksonville, were guests Sunday at Prohibition has proven an economic than those made for advertising purposes Solicitor for Complainant 7-7-6t->

their work of hoeing/ corn, while the the outside of his shop smoking his the home >of Dr. J. 11. Carrodine ii asset to our community. If has pro may be encouraged in order to NOTICB

til fires the of the stills are extinguished un- pipe: lie is able to turn out one stilla E'If.t Lawtey.A moted thrift among our people, enl : meet the demand of any school. i I ha.Notice been I.appointed hereby 1 Riven adminl.tratrlx thnt th. un.ler.lurm of .the" Et-
officers have
4. passed. day for which his price is $35. large number of our citizens attended the savings banks depositors are con- t.te or William C. Lowell deeea.ed late ,f

The flashing of mirrors and the fir- The officers are bringing in the demolished the funeral of John I...SIarr at : stantly increasing. FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT BOARD Slarke."i0.1-': Bradford I"'.*"'. County?l trl6iit 1 .Florida.. and heIrs and. all,1

; the ing of approach rifles is of still"revenuers.used to, "warn Children of stills to the various county Long Branch cemetery last Thurs Fewer people are receiving aid from I ACTIVE I agaInst I"w said all p.rtl"..t... h.vlnor will present ol.lm.them 0.. d.man to ,h.

seats, and, in cases, where the stills day.Revival charity organizations and there are time uncl..nlsrn"l.pr.rlbpd duly authentic.ted within tho
women'are bV law
3 and usually postedat Dr the .m. will bt
are too cumbersome to be moved, theyare services began Sunday at fewer delinquents and dependents in The directors of the Florida Development forever barred
the foot of trails, ready to warn in the Methodist church and will I I Dated thin the ZBth dny of May. A. D 1922.T .
probably institutions.
demolished on the spot. The raids our ', Board have voted to renew efforts FLORENCE E POWELL
4'L an Instant. The of the approach of anyIttranA'ers. continue, arrests are made, new stills last! for two weeks. Buildings formerly occupied by liquor for homeseekers rates to the I A. Attorney. ADKINS.for EntnU' AdmlnlntrntrlT.6UUt9, .
mountaineers -<
are now
but the District 'Superintendent J. J. Tread- concerns all used for other .
spring up, enforcement agents are southeastern states and to request cooperation -
4 - trouble but Hlrkl Indebted l to the
they IT0" sst..t. of E"
arc always ready to
& i in their favor, feel positive that they here Sunday and will is my judgment that prohibitionhas Secretaries Association and other ..i..J. .. of Bradford Bounty. Florida, d.
: meet the foe if The out!>I\do\ are '' lo
necessary their
L world hears little of the 'are gradually winning the war in the preach at Grace church morning and been of the greatest benefit gen- agencies in the southeastern states.A I forthwith. T'T"And.1I' "'.Day.."n. havlmt said clean debt.
bloody battles evening The second "aln.t said ""'"'. .""" BB| the!
southern mountains. quarterly conference erally to the interests of our city. number of the chambers of commerce with .am. dulyI.utb'nU.at..d.
the .
fought in the ,
dense lcralrned
woods of the admlnl.
will be held immediately after E.V.. Porter, secretary, in Florid-i are giving the traitor within' one year from date horrof.
southern mountains. Both sides 01 Concord'i tainpaign they will bn forever barred.
? the SCOURS OF HOMELESS AND OU- the evening service. ( N. II.) Chamber of ( support and the Florid.i Realtors -I Dated this loth day of June. A, D. 11101:1!
controversy are quick-shooting, I Rev. E. D. Boyer and daughter R E
I Association has mCKS. ,
IMIAN CHILDREN
appointed a &}..e- Amlnl.ll'&lor 'Eo1."
t absolutely fearless and Ely Hlek.. Docenied
give and take
I
Mary left last week for Dothan Ala. 8.18.9t-S11
'. OENEUAh FEDERATION WOM- chit committee to co-operate. I 1't
no quarter. Many of the revenue men
Children's Home Society's Receivi.ig where they will spend a month visit- AN'S ASSURES:; CO-OPERATION The appeal to railroad officials\ for I t NOTICE OF FINAL
are mountain men themselves transferred I In IMSCHARCB
ing relatives and friends.
Filled i homeseekers is i Ju'lKe Bradford ;
Home rates CoentlK
to
y to some' other than their home OverflowingIf being nad on ; State oVplorldaUI"y J
districts however. They know the Mi93lria Epperson of Starke, was That they reconize the potentialitiesof the basis that the settlement of pro- >n? E""" of J.* E. WIlson and Laura WI

have considered taking, the week-end guest of her sister, Mrs. the motion gressive farmers unused !I I '
trails, the ways of the moonshiners, you even picture in education andas on farming ]I' V'Seil.h''r'1t5! given to all whom I It mn>
fine little homeless orphan Geo. Anderson. most effective lands will be li"i i,011 th.8 *'.' Say of AuKiut. A. P
and are quick on tho draw. a boy or a means of upbuilding a great asset to the u

The old squirrel gun hns given way girl into your home for care and adoption Miss Mary Williams! of Macclenny the nation's life is clearly signifiedby roads in producing freight tonnage! I (bet;rren... .for JudJe my oV.a'd'eo1"final .honorable. Jud"l or' B P.A... ,

to the high powered rifle and auto- now Is the time to decide to do it is spending' a few days here with her the action of the Generl Federationof That is the view taken by officials! of ; sun.of the estate. of J. disoham.E Wilson as and admlnl.traot Laura WII.

matic revolver. Some of for the Children's Home Society of sister, Mrs. R. M. Tracey. Women's Clubs at their recent biennial roads in western states where home-' will present deceased mil I and final that .t the aam. time r
the squads! Mrs. T. J. returned home last of .nid ....... """"it.. as administrator
Terry .
Florida with at 42S St. held in seekers rates in and Sab for
of revenue agents are even equipped headquarters Chautauqua, New York, are elCe t. i j Dated Jun. 16. A D. 1921Admlnl'frator their approvaL j
week from Alexandria Va. where she
Ipmes Jacksonville Ii making when Florida has 5
with machine ; which the Building, they adopted following resolution 35,000,000 acres of Km) 74. WILSON.
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guns rage l lea for spent a month with her daughter, Mrs. of which least -o' Estate r.. 82. Wilson. .n,1 Lau-
and earnest at
dense foliage from whence comes the an urgent ;> presented by Mrs. Woodallen 20,000,000 acres can I ra WilK! >n. Deceased e-16-Ht-IM-p.l
ood homes for of its hometeia J. P. Wyrick. Chapman Chairman be made suitable for -
:: scores I Division df Motion farming. The
children, aa i its receiving/ homo in that -Pictures, and approved by Mrs. last government census report shows Notice .I. NOTICB
hereby
I oItIs; filled to overflowing and! muse Percy V. Fennybacker, Chairman Division 6046.691 acres included In farm Und eounlll eommlaalonen irlven In that and the for board Bradford' of

I : you I can have a children are coming in every day. "IN A BAD .WAY"If American Citzenship: of all descriptions but only :2,227,271!) county p"'P.at dIho a following meetinv held budicot on or July expenditure.SSSHW 8. IvJtt..

: BeautifulComplexion Homes are especially neo.lt.-J for Whearas, One of the greatest powers acres of improved farm land. A.ta "' ISIS.

boy and girl from eight to fourteen -- in the world today for moldiAg the' The car lot shipments of fruit and and.. Fin. and For-:

4 -Neck and Arm years of age, though there are a few your buck. ."gives out; thought-life of the Nation and thus vegetables forwarded from Jackson 111281 tuber I. U22.. and .ndin1 Septemb.r beInaini. 0.30

babies and children under five determining its future ville High Springs and
Wl'" history is the Hampton! from
ae n..n'a Manolla Balm Becomes 'l.iuie!', weak: or aching; .
,,, ( beautifIes. liuuntly.JTMn 5. years that are eagerly loon'ng: for If urinary troubles net' In, Motion Picture; and, September 15, 1921, to July 1, 1H22: I to watch all entrances

....w./'" .uccoa. ome lovirjr parents to claim: them Perhaps )our kidneys are "In a Whereas, No single group of Indivi- totaled 70353 cars, and no /loubt the strikers to her home,

ii linn.Remove, .unburn fracklu. ,Unmake srup mil' rive fiem: the love and cute that bud way." ,. duals can hope to encompass the wisdom movements In small lots and by Water ,chickens and managed commit to poison her 20

1& __ .k;,. like nlv.1.'' Cod .ntrmlcd that they ihoul: 1 hdV' Doan Kidney I Pills are for weak essential the adequate and efficient routes were fully ten per cent ad- tions. Newspaper other depreda

J ,_,c Won't rub ofl. 4 colon, All that the society asks of famil- kidneys. development and use of this ditional. men found her witha

/ aid Brunette.' KtM-Rxl White for, Pink Up" lea who Apply for these children is Local evidence proves tbelr merit.L. great power in the service of the nation hand large and revolver, fully loaded, close at

,' e r- and cbnk.. Sold by .11 that the income of the family be sufll- H. Eastman retired traveling ; and, WOMAN HELD MOB with hundred or more cartridges -

i' deskri cents or, direct Iron in, cleat to give the child reasonable man. Main St.: Starke. says: "I baa Whereas The motion picture Indus. AT BAY where 'he could pick' them up.
U iw.tp.ld. a great deal or trouble with my kidneys "My husband is not 'scab "
a : she
1 comfort, education and opportunity- try has formally requested cooperation Defended Home Against said
; In St. Petersburg .Florida soma. 1,000 Strikers indignantly "He's
MagnoliaBalm that they be of good character, and I of the General Federation of Threatening been working ni
Violence In
There the Illinois
4 years ago.. walt a soreness : Central
will provide for the child and love itas Women's Clubs; and, shops for 28
across the small of my back and I years, and he's worked
they would one'of their own. felt pretty lame. I suffered with severe Whereas, This is the logical outcome With shades drawn to shut out the cept when he every day ex-
was "ick.
All applications for children should! pains In the back of my head of the movement for raising the sullen glances of neighbors and the I little home and We own thH!

-4t- LIQUID face and / be sent to Marcus C. Fagg, state sulerintendent And everything seamed In a blar. A standard of motion pictures actively actions of the children of strikers, many years to get we've It. worked hard

Jo.7.1 at the above address. neighbor ad'lsetJme to try Doaa's carried on by the General Federation Mrs. Julia Gebel, 56, of Chicago, who 1 I neighbors hate Lots. of our

_* row.DEK. -- I Homes are wanted for a little parially Kidney Pills. and they "helped m.. of Women's Clubs during the past the: evening before stood off a mob of home. When us because we own our

.' blind baby girl', another baby Irom the-, tirt. One box of Doan'a eight years: :' my husband was sick
n--n.,., : 1,000.bent on destroying; her home not one of the
neighbors
boy who has just had his club feet cured me. Therefore offered to aRIllist -
Be it resolved, That the has held the fort since while her
I'rlce HOe, at all dealers. Don'taI5i. hus-I us I had to get out
and
straightened, and for several pairs of |..' Mnlnov eulIl'd1-1I:81: General! Federation of Women's Clubs band remains at work in the I livln/f./ earn our
4 brothers> and sisters who do not: wantto the effort
!loaD', Kidney l'1Iht-thtJ' same that approves now being made by Central shop at Burnside. j -
be separated but homes for older the motion picture industry to raise However while the Colds Cause (
: Mr. Eaatnidn had. KovterMllburnCo. vigilant woman, asp ana InflimMB
p4 a. sl boys and girls are the most needed ., Mfrs., Buffalo N. Y. the moral and artistic standard and entirely alone, with no opportunity for LAXATIVE:BROMO QUHTOT6 Thht ___tb.
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f jcmJmInmmUlllll1l1m1111lWUlmWIIIIIImW.IZ) mnmmmu.mIIl YWQlmlmllf> !! mino, >rst I'P.I> ,licola by one of the boats during the 1 :!

. Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs J past handled few here days.from Millions month of shrimp to month are ::: ECONOMY L ;

but this ( the
,p-MYM.uLNfYY.IW. W W.XW..nr..p.yYYbllYe.iW.r.. .., ..aa.tst..arrnj) er exhibited specimen and was attracted! largest great ev- ..

deal of attention. .
Live State
!
NewsJ I -
In the Kitchen IiI
-- While riding through the woods

Told by Our Exchanges. I near Lady Lake a young man named '
I Teague was bitten by a large rattle

i .. .__...... snake when it about the .
I.n""mmmm .mmm"'DwmwwmmDtD"' ''''_'''_''''''" wrapped leg )
iIJN K- no.uK"uu""w<
rnlJt'JillG\llWmmmmmmg of his horse and he attempted to get.it USE
/(, beautiful specimen of the Amer- I
every particular.
Attendance
at Sunday loose. lIe was struck in the wrist .
,, eagle was killed Friday by A. B. I school ,
,1' and church
services is required but had enough presence of mind to I
at his home on East Crooked '
Ioillnpson I of every pupil, except in case wrap his shirt sleeve tightly about _
Like The bird measured nearly 7 of illness or valid excuse This school I his arm and suck the venom from the
from tip to tip and created con- is not 1
fen i a reformatory but
I is an Indus- wound. He was carried to a physicianwho
ruble curiosity during its display trial CAL.U
school where industrious F'E
boys treated him and the boy has completely
he show window of the Lake Reg- and
11 ;girls can secure an industrial ed recovered. The snake, which I
Saturday. The eagle had I
ucation.
pre- It holds a high moral and was killed, was a diamond-back and
,ixly J made several raids on the barn religious standard. No
I cigarettes, no was about four feet long. .
'If Mr. Simpson and succeeded in
rd profanity, no obscene! language
no
' sing, away and was a number making of bin preparafor prl1eliens -''I place place for for any idlers such.or 'kickers, no time or Preliminary attempts to have the The Economy BAKING POWDER

another evening meal when fifth trial of Mrs. Grace V. Howell,
aimed shot end "I ----- indicted for murder in the first degreeof
to his
put an
i'li
*'er."Vrteen. I! Lawrence h. McKissick, 19, shot her husband In Mardi, 1918, con- AJBjg Time and Money Saver
himself In the I left breast at the homeof )j tinued until the next term of court,
I his father in Tampa. The ball missed I[ failed when Circuit Judge Davis, of .11 :': .. '

Chinese were found hud- I tho heart but pierced the left hug.j i I Palm) Beach overruled a motion by : _H.U'When bake with (J' .
u in a compartment aboard a vosr was taken to local you
i jHe a hospital and( her attorney for the continuance. I ti
the Miami river and the captain attending! physicians say he will ALUM J1
re- Calumet know
'ih vessel is held on a charge of I!cover unles scompllcntions set in. The I ; ; you o ,
H. B. Magoon( died Thursday morning
,-piracy and smuggling and is in young had been ,..
man
out of employment from there will be loss
(theity, jail awaiting hearing ben | and loneliness in the Plant City hospital no org
caused him to
Federal Judge Graham. The Chi- shoot himself. He is married but had injuries received when the scaffolding failures. That's it
which he was working on at the new why %
*< will be turned over to the immi- a quarrel with his wife
several months
,Iron bureau for a hearing. The and she Methodist Memorial Hall at Zephyr- .
ago left him. is far less
.pi was bound from Cuba to Philu10 I hills, gave way Wednesday afternoonat l4ki ito expensive

'1 ,nhia.Negotiations. 3 o'clock. < S p0 than other brands I
The committee from the Montverde : some

chamber of commerce had a force of, "Magistic work" was the professionof ''
are pending for the I selling for less.
men at work
Monday
morning takingthe frank Wilson\ who made several
potion of a large paper manufacturni hyacinths out of Lake Apopka !, sales of "cat feet" which he persuaded BEST BY TESTDon't .. -- t\\ ,
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plant near Apulachicola. The con- ,
and the coves along the shore near the gamblers would give them
rn has ample finances and at an car- Montverde. By thus getting a start I j good negro luck while playing "skin" if they be led into taking Quantity or Quality r
day work is expected to begin on on the pest before, it had spread much I t
would only out his directions by
'm erection of the plant. A large the Montverde men will prevent a r<,p-I I feeding tho carry good luck piece with shine Calumet proved best by test in millions of ; t
mmber of men will l be employed in
etition of the v
of .
Experience the and Hoyt's perfume, until he becametoo
itting the timber to be used in the Bake-Day contests. Largest brand
en the Orange county side of the lake bold in his sales on the streets of selling '

mill.Itoduct. as well as, a largo force in the one where. small$2,000 cove.is needexl to clear just I I Plant was City released and was in taken municipal into custody.He court. in the world. Contains only such ingredients I ,


I after paying a fine of $25. as have been approved by U. S. Pure
.
\ party of Gainesville men spent ,
1 St.
Augustine will soon take a leading '
Thursday over at LaCrosse looking/ at Food Authorities. ,
place inthia. state as an indus Horace Irwin, negro, driver of an
fine sweet fields. It is
ome potato trial center as it is about to enter up. automobile which last May ran down
aid that several cars have been shipped on the production of silk on a largo and killed Mildred Hathaway, 6-year- "
World's Greatest
The Powder
Baking
from this section of the :
county, t ti
tcale While the
i cocoons have been old white girl at Little River, will .I
at a contract price which looks good. I .
LaCrosse produced during the past year there spend the next seven years in the state
rhc around have
planters
were no facilities for spinning the prison at hard labor. Irwin was Indicted i -- -- -
made quite" a success. with "Big Stem same, but this will soon be remedied,I I and tried for murder in the sec- the bark on one side and then, apparently !I I reived.: Tho announcement that the I II I who left the local shops wore anxious q ,

'?nieys. the boiler and engine for the American j land degree, convicted and sentenced dropped, to the ground, passing'I government proposes to protect lifo I I to, go buck to work but were held off )I' C

Silk Industry Company having I I by Judge Norfleet in criminal court at through the body of an Airedale dog and property in the (present strike sit by f "r. Them full-grown healthy, ;" I
The new sheriff of St. Lucie coun- arrived. The building which will con Miami. immediately underneath. the limb and uation should be HUlIlcient to cause I I I capable and intelligent workers WON 6 .iI

took office Monday and almost be- tain the machinery was completed killed it. Four people were badly thinking men to hesitate about longer I''entirely' 8aHailed with their employ. r
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lore he had pinned on his badge he several weeks ago and operations will Otis O. Jones, 22, of Jacksonville, shocked. affiliation with orgnni/.atlotm whichare I I I merit and thu excellent wages received l\

received a hot tip that a liquor caravan now be pushed with vigor. and Miss Frances. White, 15, of South thus shown to be u menace' to con. !I I -but feared violence If they returned ; !

was coming through his territory.The Jacksonville, motored to Folkston, Charged with having robbed a poker -, stituted authority. Hundred, of thou- I I to their lathes or benches, and continjueii \ 3'

sheriff promptly gathered a flock When a group of young boys was Ga., married and returned to Jackson frame in which he had previouslylost I|'sands of member of trades unions. in to earn! an honest living for their .,.

of deputies and hastened out on the arraigned before Vice Hayor McCoy in ville sometime during the night. Nassau heavily, Lieut. Guy McLaughlin, the country are opposed. to nnnrchy :! families. 1

Dixie highway. With military precis Lake Worth Tuesday on a charge of county deputies came to Jacksonville prominent naval aviator at the air anti many more would. deny that they I Intimidation IM a crime that should .

ion he scattered his men in skirmish petty larceny after an attempt to con.f.scate and arrested Jones, carrying him station at Pensncola was arraigned on are attempting to overthrow tho government "lie severely punished. A man or /gang 'f-,

formation and lay in wait throughout some ice cream at a banquet, to the county jail at Fernandina a charge: of "robbery with a dangerous as constituted. Very r"I'Pllt.1 j I! of men who will force their views up- ,

the night. Thus, when two federal they told the story of two gangs-the where the charges to be filed againsthim weapon, which is a serious charge ly they were making a great fuss|I I on another man and deprive him of '

agents came along early today with' Junior Ku Klux Klan and Sinful Sons depend upon the verdict of a cor- in Florida. The 1i.'ut<'nllnt'K troubles about being Americans and I patriots I I exercising, his rights. and privileges aiI t,

an automobile, two captives and 30 of Satan, which they alleged were organized oner's jury. Passing through Calla- date back to a week ttr more ago when although It must be remembered' un- ]i I' accorded every American citizen, decfvea .

ases of liquor, they had no chance to / by a young man named II. G. han, Jones ran down L. D. Dover, city a naval officer who is said to have lost Ion labor was conspicuous by Its'' "to bo dealt/ with as a disgrace h

'Bcape. The awaiting. deputies sprang Hrowfl. As a result of their testimony electrician of that place. Dover was heavily in a quiet poker game, suddenly alignment with the profiteers during to the community. Cowardice Is the ::

from their places of hiding and bore Brown! is now in county jail, apparently not badly hurt, and. Jones appeared with two loaded pistol the war. of human faults. '
down on the startled group with zeal. having first been arrested on a chargeof proceeded toward Folkston, only to be and calmly called upon tho remaining -' Now it has become necessary for mi"contempt.t.lo he group of men who would 1

The federal agents experienced conflicting vagrancy and subsequently had the arrested at Ililliard and returned to players to shell out whut they : the federal authorities to Issue an order t'n another-or commit an assault

emotions and their feelingswere charge of breaking and entering/ with Callahan, where he was fined $16.25 had left. "'A soldier stationed at Fort 1 or state a condition and its result safe In the strength of numbers, '

not eased by the incredulous: intent to commit misdemeanor lodged for running down Dover. Jones and Burancas i is jointly indicted..! Each: Is which very plainly Inflicts. union labor deserves. neither pity nor consideration I

mood of the sheriff. It was with some against him. According to the boys' his fiancee then resumed their journeyto alleged to have robbed the players. I as threatening the very principles. for I when called to account for their r

difficulty that they established their testimony, the purpose of these gangs Folkston and were married. Dover --- i|I which tho country stands. Liberty lawlentr' action.' }':very man, woman

identity. Explanations, finally acept- was to steal from automobiles and to died of.his. injuries.! While a two story house was burning ,:''and'I the pursuit of happiness are tho land I child In America has an Individual '
ed by all sides, brought out the fact commit other minor depredations. Saturday night with many men 'fundamentals of our constitution, and right to work when It pleases. the '

that the agents had captured the two | A dog at Groveland jumped into a and women looking on, something I strikers destroying lives and property individual' and the army and navy and t '

men with their automobile and t IItra p Answering cries for help from two piece of machinery at the Arnold mill else was engaging the attention of at : and interfering with the acts of othersare tho forces of thu air should be avail.aLlu -

hand last night and were taking them! women and a man in the surf one known as the "hog." When the dog least one person at the Bank of Green ; openly scoffing at the law, and defying to protect tho Aitierlcan citlzoa

to Tampa. Further investigation, the hundred yards from shore at Palm came out of the other end what was Cove Springs, and the bank la just the people-tho people of whom peacefully going about his. work.-*

sheriff says, leads him to believe' his Beach, Charles Speer, interscholastic left of him looked like someone had $36.75 short of cash x.. tho trades unions represent not ten Timed-Union.
informant knew the true state of affairs I' swimming champion of Americ, a pilled a tcaaponful of blackberryjam. I' per cent. Calling for troops and. aid i I.--I '
when he set the sheriff on the by industries which tho health
student at Mercerburg, Pa., Academy, An attempt by Norman Walters, upon Subscribe for the Tvlegruph.. '
chase. with his dress comfort, and happiness of .
dashed into the water progress
cali
drive .22
12, of Jacksonville, to a '
I life at had receivedof the whole country depend "shows good --
clothes on, followed by a guard Following tips they bre cartridge Into a board with a ham-1 I / J
Sponge boats still continue to arrive -, the beach and rescued Mayor and Mn>. large quantities of liquor stored In met Wednesday afternoon resulted in j cause for apprehension.

at the Tarpon Springs sponge exchange I Biggers/ of West Palm Beach and Mrs various parts of West Florida, Prohi- the boy being seriously injured when Although tho blot upon civilization

and with the boats that are j \V. P. McAdams, of Brooklyn, N. Y. bition officers Stearns, Epps and Cobb the cartridge exploded, sending the I scored by the mining town of Herrin, 1886 i

expected within the next few days it ranged, through the woods from Milton brass .shell full into his left eye. Ill., has not'yet been deplored by un- r
is expected that the sales will amount I C. C. Hudson, Jr., l!>-year old boy to Westville, a distance of thirty ion labor heads and nothing/ hits been 1

to close to a quarter of a million dol of I'alatka came to the attention of miles, and this is what they allege UNION (LAIIOffS BLUFF CALLED dono to replace that 'town upon the
lars. The sales the first day amountedto the Jacksonville police last week, it they found: Nine barrels of whiskey, lint of decent communities, the worldis DAVIS '

almost $25,000. is said, when his father published an nine barrels of wine, twelve barrelsof Some time the men who compose not apt to forget for u time and l
advertisement that he would not be mash, a hundred gallon still and the rank and file of the trades unions I when strikers In various ''other parts *

The Montverde school is unique andis responsible for any debts contractedby three more barrels of whiskey near will realize that noisy and ugly I of the country begin to show their disregard .

probably the only one of its kind in the boy. Young Hudson was arrested I the Alabama line. The three barrels may be their continued bluff the peo-I for law and justice! there ts. INSURANCE '

the United States. This school is non a short time later and now the were fished out from the bottom of a pie of the United States are not da- prompt report and Indignation ex k
sectarian, but genuinely Christian in charges against him amount to> 22, lake into which the very scarce product pressed. In the railroad strike now

with officials continuing their investi! was submerged.Some I getting along in its second week! disorders

gation. Twenty-one of the chargesare CALOMEL SALIVATES I have been noted, and a firm and STARKE I I'
ASPIRIN for alleged forgery and }Issuance fifty Dade City people had a AND LOOSENS TEETH. decisive\ policy has been announced by

of bogus checks, while one. preferred miraculous escape from sudden death the federal authorities. Government
by his mother in Jacksonville, claimshe Thursday afternoon while standing or The Very Nit Dose of Thin Treacherous business-such an the carrying of the OoyalCt WOtIpA .a ,

Say "Bayer" and Insist! broke and entered her home. sitting under a large water oak to the Drug May Start Trouble mails-will not bo interfered with If COFFINS & CASKETS 31 j

east of the diamond In the city park, You know what calomel Is. It's Uncle am can prevent it, nays Wash And a Full IJns of '
The case of the state of Florida vs watching a ball game between Plant Calomel is dan ington. The strikers will be careful, UnJirtakirt' t v
quicksilver. .
mercury; Sepplie.AUTOMOBILE
Q1r:1 Felix Sapp, young white man who is I City and Dade City. There were five It crashes in sour bile like no doubt, as prison sentences are not
charged with rape, resulted In a mistrial ,or* six cars parked under the tree and gerous. enjoyed by anyone.
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deliberationby in these and standing dynamite, cramping and sickeningyou. BEARSK
after several hours people were sitting
attacks the bones and There U a feature of unionism. how Always' on hand."' The best furtoo -
Wednesday. the in the shade when Calomel
ground
a Levy county: jury on ever, that cannot well be reached by at the lowest prices. Spo-
I Judge Long Immediately placed the lightning struck a large limb, ran should never be put into your sys tel attention to i
the
arm of the law, although It I I''*' aa Ulocraph or- ts.
bond of Sapp at $2,000 for his appearance down it, shattering it and tearing off tem. vicious as it Is insiduous. It Is the Intimidation Registered. Embal_.

at the next term of the Levy circuit If you feel bilious, headachy, con. of the workers by the officers

court. This case has attracted No( Worm la a tloaltby Child ? tipated and all knocked out, just go of the unions who bully the men. DeWTIT JONES p
quite a bit of attention throughoutLevy All children tumbled with Worms ham an onhqaJUircolor. and bottle of
get a
.which Indicates poor Mood,and as a to your druggist It was stated in Jacksonville a few STARKE, FLA
on and adjoining counties, and was rule, than .la mac or. teas stomach dUtartaanc. DodaonV Liver Tone for a few cent days ago that numbers of the men It
Unless you lee the name "Bayer" one of the hardest fought cases triedat GROVE TASTELESS CHILL TONIC Aiwa nttolartrfcrtwoorthiM which U a harmless VMUbla substitute 1 'r
package or on tablets you are not getting waste will eortch the bluod: .
the product presented Bronson in some time. .,. I for dangerous calomel. Take a j''
genuine Dayer bnpro tJ> dlat k0sod sot u a gdaecal lStKroa l>-
by physician over twenty-two suing Toelcto llMwtiol*.,..... Hater will then spoonful and if it doesn't start your -
years and proved safe by million for James Wall negro convict, sentenced throw erdispBl. tb.worms, .dtb. ChUdwUlti. liver and straighten you up better and 6
It. "Fteaseoc *.. Tic boato a
IDporfe & to*< pt than calomel aQd without GENERAL INSURANCE
, Colds Headache to twenty-one years some time ago quicker nasty
" Toothache Lumbago for shooting Policeman J. PL Tucker making; you alck, just go back and
Earache Rheumatism road Habitual Constipation Career get your money.Don't HAROLD C. WALL *
Neuralgia Pain, Pain and who escaped from a rangnear In 14 to :31 Days"LAXPOS take calomel t It makes you ,
which Istachatta on June 26-, has been WITH PEPSIN"!: .ls a specially sick the Den day; it lows you a day's
package
,;k.: ntains Accept only "Bayer"di.rectlons. Handy boxes captured sear Daytona.A prepared SyropTonio-Laxatlv*for Habitoa work. Dodson's Liver Tone STARKE FLORIDAFIRE.
el twelve proper few cents. Drug- Constipation. It relieves promptly but right and .
coat you
tablet ens you up
RlsU oleo sell bottles of 24 and 100. shrimp measuring nine Inches should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days and No salt nsctssary. Give straight-I( LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
to Induce regular action. It Stimulate
Aspirin Is the trade mark of ,Bayer of ,.from his "snout" to the tip of his tall Regulates.!! Very Pleasant to Taki SOc; children becauae It 1 la .
l'Ialic.JhcacloL Manufacture' of Monosceticacidoater was ampn those brought to Apalach- tier bottle. less and cannot sallvat*.-Ad,-39. I 1u 1/

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I 'EASY' TO TRACE EVOLUTION HAROLD HUMEPresident Wm. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRi
MAYOR ''
railroad officials\ FOR '
maJa higher
fj ))1" 'Bradford County Telegraph the mayor against added. r I Vice President Sec. Ot 'I I ,

Probably That of the Horse l'a the
C. I Peek Is hereby announced Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers 1,'
-.. -.. Striking: fchfipmon! held a maw meeting MOlt Perfect. of Which There 1 )ultry
'I I Published weekly and entered..asBtcorul today and after addresses by t.he )Is Evidence candidate for Mayor of Starke subject Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices
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1 to voters In the city election to
class!' matter at the post leaders and Mayor Cowart adopted I
Prompt Shipment
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: be held 1922.
Sept. 12.
\ to There ia record
office at Starke, Florida.K. resolutions' pledging tjioimelves on no more pcrfoct I -

-==- .: --= .' maintain order and declaring there I example of evolution. tlmn the horse.Under NOTICE!: TO RECEIVE: BIDS I Ask your neighbor .Ho know
need for the troops which the the uMe, direction of Vrot. H<*r..hy notiev I I" irlvcn. thnt Uw Town Council lit list, JUST ISSUED.
Editor and Ownei was no Get New July price
MATTHEWS. I
S. win
of lh Town of Stsrti!, Florida wnivp
Henry FnIHU/ l t U-nhorn the dint InKulslied
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nayor and Sheriff II. /Sweat asked bids for 2M fwt of 38 Infh rplnforc 1conorrto
of Gov. Hurdwick last night. president of the AnicrlcnnMuseum or lorra' rotla pliwt, f. o. h, SUirko* E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jackson< ...I"" Fla I
An item in n northern paper Bnya I of Xutunil, History tht> jtmh-, !: UnrlJn. up to ft ,o'clock p. m.. fin AliKiist. lat, ,

i i ; that Florida paved roads! are nine feet The appearance of Waycrosi as (he I est collection of fi'Mnii". horses lu ilie 11122.The council r.'K>r\" the rlBht to nirtt njr -'-

, I: \ .. wide and nine feet deep at the sides. special train rolled in to the Atlantic, world line. been brought toRi-ther In and all blil*.
DE WITT C. JONES.:
1' : Tho m'w' brick oird acroBfl' DraMaI'dcounty I'irminghttm and l Atlanta railway station the museum. \V" have so detailed a C. A. FLTCH. Chulrman.Clork. -- .

will have more width and k'ssdepth. : gevernlVblocks from the center of record that tlio) oumplete evolution of I 7-l-St-7-28

; I the town wall "like Sund,." ." the mayor the horse! from tin- tiny, flve-toecl. for-"

said tonight und the beatings and : est-llvlni. Cretan-mis aQ'I'*tol'. to Slim I1AVK 8TATFMKVTRppnrt :
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: o" War the moot I perfect> living hor''e, of *h* .condition of th Hamntnn
Many years ago,' when uncouth promiscuous shootings hud decreased I fit a'" n.,1<. at II.mn'..n. In lh.. "Into of FlnrIdn. -
Is there for nil lU trace, writes KoyChnpmnn Hi draw! of business June 3D, 1922 :
hordes came from eastern anti. southern for the time being anyway, he adiKh. : Andrews. In Asia ftosnnrrrsro
Magazine. .. __._..____ ..
crowd Americans out of >.n. on mil .Ial.. n'" 1 92.13i
Europe to Mayor Cowart announced that ot a The home, we know, orlglniiml In Ixinnii on ..enllMer! s" urlty other

their jobs, the newcomers were held in conference between himself, Sheri.T! Wyoralna anti ntUurent Darts" of the i thiin ntnl cstste ________________ 11.1101>11
I All other loans mid discount. ___. 12.6 111 ,
much contempt and styled "hunkien, Sweat and Lieut. Col. L. C. Pope, of West. At first he wus a HII)" retiring Onyr ftii n 151 B7
"wop and liKoes" and the labor Dublin, Ga., in command of the troopi! I I creature, no larger than a terrier with ITnd SuttM -11O-io---; :::: ==::= l.Onn.Ofl:
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Rnnklncr hon furnitiinflrturM 4.9n9.911Ou.
unions fought them. But every dog fivetoes on fett adupte l to the soft .. ____-_-_ .
that it was decided to use the guardsmen I from lnw>rnorntd b nk 1S.!>R4 WtiCiwh
has his dny. The foreign communista as aids to the civil authorities springy ground of th.<> 1'or' FlIR.11 the i on hunrt _______.__._______ 1.177.60
i I wooded urea began to decrease In exj -
anarchists and bolshevists now rule I Total tSt.aM.42
and that he expected they would -
.. patrol j tent, the horse perforce changed his U.bllWn
the unions and American union men the streets between the shops and habits, becoming more and more a : Tnnltat .l abjectly obey their mandates against 'Surnlii* fund _.- 1.000.00
the railroad station where most of plains-living nnlinn] dependent
I upon I'n1\"1.1] profita" (I left. enp.niipa and
their better judgment. The ugly wasp the trouble occurred. speed to protect him from enemies. I la...... rald> __ \ __________ 79.8S
'Tnillvlriunl itpprailts mibjpct to chrck., 24/114.113/ :l ldwhlir'a
from the steppes, marshes and lava Since his five-toed feet were not nduptI .
Threats against numbers of rail I chpck ouUtandinit -- (ID IS/
crags of Europe has stung the American ed for swift running on hard. (II'rllulHJ. I
road officials, including O, T. Waring, I Total ._'B II.252.42
portion of the labor unions into of the A. C. L., had been made before I the middle toe gradually, developed the :i I !'htp of FloHdn- County of Bradford ... t (S Comes rtiih Jhese
I hoof und the '1. nfoft
suspended animation. Tho tail It side digits dlxiippcured, : I. A. A. Futch. eajihtpr of thfl abov-nami"dItnnk.
he; call for "guardsmen, the mayor explained. |: except for the no-Milled "millnt-ljones" I dt. Motimnlv' swear that the ahnvfl tati.-
wagging tha dog. I :| m.nt iu true to 1"brltt of my hnowlodfre and
He said that disorders were In horses ns we know them today., ( The hrllrf., Shoes
worse Monday as many of the new i i causes that forced the evolution of the'' 1 A. A. FOTCH.Correct of Striking StyleMARTHA
Attest* CnHhlpr.W. .
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A in Florida's
municipal judge metropolis (
shop workers of jyhlch he estimated horse are In certain rexpert! similar { O. SBAt.1.':
wus sorely puzzled the other to those that we see effective In A. <\. TWHnKV.
th"re nre 100 to 1.10! went by trucks to hu.I I S. n. JOHN*. Director. WASHINGTON shoes
day. A girl employe In .that city'smost thpir; homes Saturday and on rcturn- :, man evolution. I SubucrlhM and Hworn to before.. me thla 8thdny
fashionable district has n flock j Manytheories concerning the polutlon I of Jul,.. 1922. I. have taught millions of
inC early MondaY' .morn i nl(' were attacked K, W. HAYES.':
of ducks. The next neighbor.of heremployer's of mnn huvo been advanced by : Notary Politic. women that foot comfort no Jonger ecessi-

,place Is a prominent\ nn Logs would be thrown across thfirond > the lute I'rof. Joseph Barrel! of Yale DANK STATEMENT
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mun who keeps! n pack of that you would select for their beauty alone
nn the outskirts of Fenorl nf the enmlitlon of theUrndford.
towiMayor university Las imich-to Eire It j jOuntv I
dogs. A cloy; had broken out, played I support. Pnnk. ..t !Stirke.' In the stste of FlorIdn. there awaits you the welcome surprise of un
i Towart said, and the trucks halted.Groups I Professor Ttiirrdl. believed that as nt thtt clone of hwiln*** Juno, 30. 1(122.( unlooked-for where
havor with the ducks and killed one ,, 1 accustomed comfort-ease
of mon would rush forward the forests doi-ronwrt' and ti!, anthropoid Resources
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of thi-m. When later, another floj I T...nns unit discount n______: 27S127H1 ultra elegance! has seemed the only thought.
.seize the workers, bent them and 1 npes could no longer retrent o'.r.. ... __ __.__u_______-___ 2 RA .42
.'came into thu yard, the girl drove him der them to leave town. or-I southward, bpriuisp of the grout burrler 1Tn'ted State* bonds .,___ __.,___ ft.SlOOO Inspect these shoes. Let us give you a fitting.
out with fishing rod. The irate of the State, county and municipal nonds .. 42 f" 4.70toel
a own "Word come yesterday that the Hltnnlaya mountains, they were "! "s. .....nMII.... *t" __ ___.____.... BOO.HO |
er of the dog now entered tho Irl's j forced to ndupt tlif'iiiHelves to a life Tlnnklnj"* house, furniture. fixturesll.Ono 00Othtr
:country was up in arms: the mayor real estate' ___ ________, SBinn ,
premises and told her, that if she I upon the ground.( Whether or not they n B.B13.. Griffin & Johns
) from ____ ___ .
added, "ant that the fathers and relatives Incorporated banns Sftn .U
struck the dog that he would l strike | did this from neccxslty or choice, It fni li Items ._ __ _____________u__ 4.72215 .
were threatening to coins in i soenis almost sure that the progenitor': Cash on hand -_ .________h_______ 1J.317(18( STARKE. FLORID V
.her. The jdrl spiritedly struck at the

prominent citizen: but he jerked the and take revenge\ for the'way' y- of man was a "ground ape"\ -it cren- I I Total _____h___ __ _______ZTil.7BS.4i
cross had treated tfioir boys." ture living, on'nutx and roots und 1 Liabilities ,
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rod from her and struck her with it. | when In (lanier, running! to the trees Capital stock rnld In -_____________ 40 ono 00 Martha Washington shoes will bring you anew
Delegates to the state convention of i !Surplus' fund _____.____ .
If the man had not been prominent, for O.n 10,000.00 realization ofwhat genuine comfort can
As he
the American Legion, which closed safety.* /gradually lost the I, ITmlivldedprotlM" he would have been fined for trespassing shelter of the forest, he hail to acquire |I tnvps nnld -u_ 2.Mn.01 mean, even with the most beautifully
late today, have offered l their aid to I Tndlvlditnl. dnnoslls' subject to check-lPiB.B'14. 24
and (fisorderly conduct without maintain order if the j the means of protecting/ himself Pnvlnirs "dcnosltll _________._____.2n8...tl Ai nCashier's clad foot. The shoe you want is in
\the judge having to "take the' case under '! necessary mayor and of combating the enemies of the ,i checks. outstandlnfr' _______ 164.08 our ample stock.

advisement." A man who takes said. I I ground. This led to a communal' life, ', Total .------______________::414.7S2.441 I
handa with an opposed, thumb with State of FloHdn County of Bradford',
advantage of his social position to act I' ss. i .
HOPE EXPRESSED; FOR EARLY: which to grip sticks and stones to beused I. J. II. Rltch, cashier of the ahove-nsmed j
like a brute toward a white girl, and I bank dn snlemnlv. swear that the above statement
impliedly influence should SETTLEMENT:: OF RAIL STRIKE in defense: nn erect posture and la true to the best of my knowledge und ,
a court a foot adapted to swift and xiiHtalnedrunning. I I'belief. arthaSashington
have all tho law can give him, and :These bodily changes whichwere" *J. H. RITCTT. I
1(5.( "I can't Correct-Attest- .
Chicago July say a Cashier i:
then some.IIUADFOIU. I.
o profound Importance must W. T. WFRKS.:
"
word, son-not a word, Hen Hooper, have taken place" very slowly-In hun N. T. niTrw '
chairman/ of the Railroad Labor Doa1'dlIighelJ T J. C.RtFFtN. Directors.. Shoes
dreds of
) SECURES FORTY thousand of years. The !Subscribed' and' sworn to before me this 12th
CONVICTS FOR ROAD WORK wearjly throwing his arm physical adaptation carried, with day of .Iul,. 1922. .
across the shoulders of the reporter them a mental development correspondingly JUtlAN I* PEEK. .
I Notary, Public.
Tallahassee, July 10.: The state who had found, him alone in the offices reniHrkablf. Thus It was, i
HU.VH Professor, llnrreU: Unit nmu diverged I II BANK STATEMENT I
the board.
road board et it* concluding session jof I I Report of tho condition of the I.mvlpy Stale
Despite the silences of the leaders, from the. parent ape-stock. Rank at I.awtny. In the state .
yesterday afternoon authorized 1 an appropriation I the close of business June 80. if.lorhln.:;: a'aj-| :.
of $200,000 :from tho fed {I with accompanying rumors of a tacit'larmistlco I of Discretion. I Resources r. InI'Mcrc'TIMfl.I."i: : :! : :na<'II"IIJffcU"I'CD.IuculCJtrJmmrnmlJlrnlu"'mllCUu"; : ;! : : ,,= :;
truce to allow fuller Age T..an. on real estate n_______.. RgnI.R7! '
eral aid fund to be matched by Dado or a People of mature years, not oM,) Loans on collnteral security other

county for State ]toad No. I from the consideration of points brought out people, understand, but simply people I Ml than other real loans estate and .discounts_ ____.<-________ H.lIln.An 1.2R1 42 '

Broward county line. during the week at'' conferences hopes out of the llrst Hush of foolish youth, Overdrafts *Z _._____________--_. .. MillTTnlte WANTE'D
The board spent the of of early settlement were expressed d O occasionally get their Innings. Tobu I ,! State* loon.,,, ________._n__ 10.620.91
greaterj/iirt Ranking house, furniture, fixtures _
lI.nnl.67
its time hearing delegation* N'6-- a-! 'freely' in both railroad and) labor quaralthough sure, tliei sometimes rend In the Other real estate _____.____ ____. ".IRII.II"( ,i "_'"""' ..,_ ... T.... ._ g",_w.....__ ,-m
I basis public prints about "tin old lady of Pile from Incorporated banks ______ Ifl.ftll I HO i..
tel'll for ]
tion was taken on request>'of ',Taylor I no tangible j I Cash. Items __________...__.____ 4flo.B2 .
delugates for these expectation was given in any tlfty-Uve, which, though admittedly Cash" on hand __________________ 1,70384 i "
J county per evidently absurd li nevertheless disturbing Recruits for Co. "G 154th. Infantry Florida
mile fase.' I Total .* :: : ,
on Un.miles of $6'OOOf"1 Road __ 70.108.
to the moral And unue In awhile ----- ------------- 03
One of the factors most often Mabllltlea i
I quoted
No. 108.nur on the there Is a manifestly erroneous Capital stock paid In _____.______ 16.00(1/ ( 00 \ National Guard.
county delegates for $2,000 to maintain to justify a belief that the drift head line about the death of an old !Surplus' fund ___u-.u__________ 112.22 !

convicta for work 30 miles of was toward ."'ace despite the failure man who turns out to be a person Undivided. profit_ .(less_ expenses and 1 Sixty drills Fifteen
on taxes patch _______-__.____ 232 BO a year. days encamp
the same road to the Taylor county last' week of Mr. Hooper's egorts to jUHt in his prime ; ylxty-two, say. plvl.l,..!? unpaid ___.__________ snit'nnt' \

line. bring the labor leaders and the railroad But, as we started to SItY, observes Savlnits Individual' deposit deposits*\ subject_ _____to___check.____._ 11.2B2.liB 0.IIRq.8.f ment in August.

Because of the absence of member executives closer together, was the Kansas City Star, there is balm Time certificates of deposit _?___ 1,1B no
In Glleud. Pictures of A. J. Uulfour, Cashier's checks outstanding .?. 42.2Fin'ii'r't
J. D. Smith from that district action the statement of R. A.vltenning, general Regular Army pay for: armory drills and encampment.
no Sir Arthur,> nu Burl Balfour, are Total ..
on propositions Santa'. chairmen of the federated I 1opI State: ; ;;;;; 70 108'93
presented by now In circulation, showing him In an of ; Bradford; ; s's. t I
liosn, Kscambia and Walton I crafts of the northwest, that only the active game of tennis at Cannes.! Tennis hank I. J., do W.solumnlv a..r...... cashier of the above-named Applicants must be physically fit men, of good moral ,.
that
swear tho
above
tioffi wus duferred. delC1lta'l refusal of eastern roads to agree to knaws Is for I. irU '" t.I1. bMt statebc'k'f between
>is everyone a game ,. ; "" knowlwl'".. an.1 character ages of 18 and 45.
\ The board ordered. the reinstate sinking shop workers with youngsters. No elderly person can J. W. BARBER. .

secure estimates on crosotcd' timber full senlority"rights, is preventing the cover a court. This gay young dog Correct-Attest: C""lJIer.

for Lake county bridge approaches on I settlement of the strike so fnr as the shown chawing u bull with a racket, Is / I.R. K.H. THEDE.HIM'. "*'" Apply to

northwestern roads concerned. seventyfour."The A': ASMITH.: I
arc I Directors.
Road No. 122 promised 40 convicts
; I days of our age are threescore Subo.rlb..1 an.1 aworn to before me this 6th Capt. Julian L Peek or 2nd Lt. Harold C. Wall
from Hamilton to work on grading The railroads throughout. it was declared .,.Iny ot Jul)'. 111I22.
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No. 102 in Bradford and assured Wakulla have insisted l that Mieir men years and ten Hush I That J. '1'. MOORfIJ.'R t' ...
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long AVe are doing much I .... ,
was ago.: ; .. -- _. Notary Public. .
return to work as one of the firs t
representatives that $50,000
better than they did In the time of :
from step toward pence; and the belief was! .- .
next -
year's budget would. ho set :\Iotil'H. When we reach seventy we -- -- -- ---- --

aside to match their bonds. expressed that the restoration of the are only at years nf discretion, Ask :

'. right sort would not .prove a stumbling Earl Ualfour.

rUESBYTERIANServices : block in the way of a full settle I .

ment. In this connection a member'oj Physical Chemistry.

every Sunday at the Presbyterian the labor board asserted the roads had Lectures Klveu "recently at vnrloui When You Have Nothing WORK.SAVE. .
American centers of learning by Dr.Ii' .
church. Sunday school at K to a large extent ceased recruiting of
W. Aston of Cambridge made n .
a. m. Prenflhing services at 11 a. m. I .
men.On notable contribution to the general
Evening preaching service at 8 o'clock I the other question at I..sue-out- knowledge of the remarkable advunceiof ., TURN OVER.

Prayer meeting Thursday evening at side contracting for shop work modification the moment in physical chemistry j i You

off o'clock. T. J. HEDGES of curtain rules and working More and more It is coming to betaken SAVE AGAIN.

Pastor agreements and the establishment! of for grunted that the chemical '

conciliation boards and wages-it was elements. are made up of I identically KEEP SAVING.

r.F.OIUJIA TROOPS AT WAYCROSS declared that most of the roud"" had the same stuff, and that they differ Want Money -

already agreed to abolish outride con only In their structural arrangements.; KEEP TUR ING.

"Farm,.. Enraged .at ',"orkeu'119': trading as ordered by the labor board ,More and more the passage from one
element to another, which so dumbfounded
-- treatment by Strikers and to establishing" early the conciliation -
science when It was first observed .
boards under the federal
transportation taking place spontaneously, Is

Waycross Ga., July 18.-Three act, thus but two questions coming to be a matter of course and Carry out the above policy and will haVe
companies of Coorgiu:: national! guardsmen you money. Each will
it was asserted were now at issue- something/ whlt'h'e may ultimately year you

comprising about 175 men with rules and wages, both of which might hope. to ('ontrol.-Rl'Ipntlflc American. have more money.

a machine gun unit arrived here late again be brought/ before the labor j

today for patrol duty to prevent fur board for decision on the demands of More Work for. Windmill. ,

ther disorders in connection with the the men for re-hearing. The old farm windmill, will be given I

strike of some 1.KOO union workers at a new job if tha rngineterlDg experiments But to do this it is advisable

the Atlantic Coast Line RhoPI' here. Messrs. F. F. Stump and E. M. that are now being made nt the When You Have Money to have banking connections, *

Workers hired since the strike had Johns went out to Smith lake last Iowa station prove to be successful. first

be vi seized, on the streets and beuten Thursday afternoon to enjoy a fish Turning a dynamo to produce? electric as a means of saving, ".

for the last two duys ami nights and supper in company with a party oftehermon lights on the farm Is the idea being- You and then for convenience in ,
tested by F. C. "Fcnton agricultural
the "country people around the town who went earlier in the day. the transaction
engineer and K. O. Kurts! electrical of your in'i''i'
were "threatening to come in and get: Mr. Stump thinking Albert Anderson, engineer at the Iowa State college .

revenge," Mayor Dan T. Cownrt said Stnrke's champion' was the fisherman The test Is being mude with an ordInary creasing business.

tonight, because many of the new shop for the occasion, played safe by carrying wliuhnlll, which turns a generator, Want More This bank is

employes are the sons of.farmers from sardines and crackers with him. and the t electricity Is stored In batteries ready. to serve

( this /and adjoining counties / until uied., If it proves to be you.

j \l\ addition to serious injuries to practical,' engineers see the possibilities ,1
666 quickly relieves Cold Con .,
half a dozen men. and beatings admin of making cheap lights available .

r istered to 50 or 100, It became known ttipatiot Biliousness pnd Head, on the farm. .

j late todaysthat J. T. Ross an inspec aches. A Fine Tonic, BANK OF STARKE

tor for the. Coast Line was kidnapped No Other Llghti Needed. .

i -about'mid ight last night by a party '-Ulfrs. cdJ ,... the Tile trattlc beautiful Von on motorlit account\ of stopped headlight by Paying by check is easy. ., Paying by check is safer .

01 "m n-In an automobile. Mayor .*. : s vitality auc :mniy by purlfrtn and r. trouble, turned lier\ "nzlt full upon E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. .. < ,.
Cowart said tonight efforts to And him -irhli':th* bnxKt. Y"I1.ao IUOGt..IJtaSIfd..* "Your 'lamp,*' are> all right," said hlm'j CEO. C. WHITE, Cashier

Jiad been futile. Threats also had been 'nl.tiL 4av -- Boston Transcript. .


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FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1922. 1 )
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAUKE. FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE ;

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PER On All Purchases Beginning Sat. July 22 : I{.;'



1 0 _CENT OFF During TT Next"j DAyS Nothing Excepted I. ,.f



J. M. ALVAREZ, Starke! : if

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, r.wr "il R\EYS FOR ROADS NOW CN- DOESN'T NEED I1EI.I' :SOME: EGGS: ; The same day one of J.: C. Robinson's "
1>ER WAY
Rhode Island Red hens laid an : I
: Hero is a Boston case that ;is being S. .T. Prescott, county commissioner ,
} Bits of LocalInformation i I Actual work on Bradford1 county's bundled by the United States Veterans' elwt! brought/ to our olflco IIn egg laid l'1I.'g--of Rhode! Island Blzo-t 1-1 f \

great program of road construction I bureau, a bureau supposed to assist by a lien of common size, mixed Leghorn ; inches in length and, weighing: 1S5:; to t

und improvement started last Friday, disabled veterans of the late world ur, l Wyandotta. This egg was grains, not quite 1-'f of an ounce. Worotrret
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when the bond trustees, accompanied war. ; The patient Is a resident of almost largo enough to have been laid to say that the Telegraph'sprinters

f : by Engineer Neff and Tax AssessorN. :Massachusetts! and the only thing the by an ostrich, bl'lnJ2 1-.& Imheft In have not made a signal success I 3

t e--MtI 0m p_.... a"-" .,,, awl I D. Wainwright,, made a reconnais-( bureau can find wrong with him Is diameter and! nearly 3 inches long. UB us poultrymen. .Some years ago
kif Tww... ,. M. C..a..1 T..t.i' once of the route of the main highway 'this: I weight was a littlo over 3 1-2 ounces: a member of the Telegraph forco'j j

I across the county.: The territory on He has a fractured skull. four such eggs weighing,: nearly n Hhowfd. u" an egg that had cost him

r-.. ..- --- .. both the east and west sides! of thu Ho Is practically blind from effectsof i' pound. This hen In said to always do $10 to produce. Another Telegraph "
I I' Seaboard Air Line railway was gone mustard her best; when she does not lay eggs employo walt said! to buy eggs! front n
( B.V'eest, of Hampton, was in hectic was attended by crowd gas. :
a large over, practically the entire day being of abnormal size, she rives them two 'farmers, boil them and feed his own
own Monday. ,, from Alachua and adjoining counties. Diseased bones) in his left cheek.Lungs I
consumed in the -of
looking over lay )
I yolks. hens with them to induce! them to lay.
j -- blood. ,
I the land. leaking I
C. of Dunedin, Tues- Ii ._. .
L. Ray, came On -- --- --
i Mr. and Mrs\ II. C. Richard returned Monday Mr. Neff and his assis Unhealed ttayonrt wounds in
lay to be with his mother, Mrs. C. P, ; last week to their home in Pnlat- tant engineer began the running/ of I ach. stom-'I .. = -- -- t
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who Is ill.I
flay, seriousty | kn, after spending sovcrnl days in I II preliminary lines and have been putting Spine shattered. so he must :

j I Starke with friends and, relatives. I II in full time during the week at brace. I II : :
II. Saxon of the I 111'i['
I was one Ilampnn I this
They were accompanied on their return work. Very careful preliminarylines I
visitors to Starke Friday. I Silver plate taking the place of one I ".
will be made before decision
I by :Mrs E. T. Campbell, who any
'heel. 3;
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[ spent a few days In that city. I ns to the actual location of the road I ,I II I
Rowell Prevatt and son, N. Pr "vntt,, I II Ii is decided upon by the trustees.A Game left log whore seven machine "
Uawtey, were visiting relatives In I bullets loft their murks. I
most pleasing feature of the trip /gun
R. I
j T. Richard, Jr., of Jacksonville,
arke Friday. is the latest member of the Kingsley of the bond trustees last Friday was These he got at Chateau Thierry I I -

--- lake colony and will build comfort the dinner served to them at the homo and Bellcnu Wood. After a big shell t; ier'l \
and Mrs. A. M.: Pettit of rew"yrna a I I '
Mr of Trustee Burden,! The cracked his head and ir '
able bungs 'w on a lot recently purr at Hampton. spine he quit !! I IIl
are guests ot the homo of
dinner was an elaborate spread of all fighting. II ,
Jr. chased Just north of A. M.\ Darby's I .. ..
\V Andrew,
I place Work on tin bungalow was ,the seasonable vegetables with treat : Since that tine.he has been forced '

Last! Thursday-- -evening, Jlrs. 11. L. started Thursday and will be rushed'platters of fried chicken as the centerof to /fight the Veterans' Bureau. Fy n I'ill I'I
to attraction. It is needless to add few months it condescended to
school clans completion in order that Mr. Rich pity I
mith's Sunday enjoyed a
nic ut'' KinRsley lake. ard and family !may spend their sum' that Mrs. piirden was unanimously! him as mucli as $f\0\ a month. Most 1

I I mer vacation at the lake. voted a most delightful/ hostess' i of the time ho has been drawing $12 : ill

'I i a month. Recently ho showed. some
Little Elaine Wynn, of Hampton, I
rent Friday and Saturday with her I :Mrs W. N. Armor, of Jacksonville, I II n.VHY SEIZED I1Y WILDCAT improvement, so tho bureau cut his ,

mt, Mrs. F. A. Scott. I Is visiting her mother, Mrs\ E. J. I. --- !monthly allowance to $R. When it was I
Wainrijrht. Mrs. Armor is the daugh Wednesday morning, Mr.\ and :Mrs\ decided to remove one of his eyes
i i Bill Browning went to work in* their cently, the bureau sharks! decided, I
:Mrs. O. J. Griffin was in Jackson- ter-in-law of the noted W. C. T. U. lecturer I re-I
ille last week visiting at the home of Mrs. Mary Harris, Armor, who field on Turkey creek buy, near Ral- I nuts less than ten per cent disabled(,

ncr brother, Levi Dyal. i will soon leave for an extended trip ford carrying their three children,.,on July 1 he was dropped from, tho
to New Zealand and Australia, w'tV' them. Arriving at the !1ll,
Scuppernong grapes are now plentiful I ing by the way of the Fiji return-I, ) : a boy, 7, girl, 5, and ., baby, I The only thing the Veterans' Bureau I I Ate don #

in the market. The first wore ,duras and Japan. The two Indies willtravel wer.' left at ho end of some corn r wa has failed to do is pass sentenceon e .
,stopping enroute to while the parents went about their this soldier and 1 have him court-
brought in by Clifford Ilydorn. I together, ;
I visit! relatives in New Orleans, San work. In the meantime a wild cat martialed for getting disabled. Infighting f! ,

Mr' and Mrs. Leslie To'vnsijnd and Antonio and Los Angeles.I They expect I took advantage of the situation and for America.-Luke Worth FprdOwiiers

little daughter! Irma, of Tampa, came to return home early in the jumped on the baby and lacerated its Lender. I' ,

Tuesday td visit hilt mother, :Mrs.rOIi- spring./ Mrs.\ W. N. Armor is remembered !: little body with both claws and. teeth. I .
here Miss Beulah! The little boy and girl LAND: CHANGES: HANDS t
ver Jones. as WninrlA'ht'i I ed by the sudden were/righten-: I Ford parts, like almost everything else I ;

the girl turned and ran back .towards worth while, are counterfeited. Imitation '
real estate
The transactions
Alvarez and children, of CONE I I i following I.
Mrs. Clyde :MORE LAND :MARKS! ; :
Jacksonville, are guests at the homeof I the baby, the boy continuing to run have been made lately through' I parts are manufactured to SELL, at the

Mr. and !Mrs. M. L. Johns, on Madison 1---1'for parents and safety. Father and G M. Inman: highest pos ibl:) rate of profit and the ,

street. north side of Call street, between the mother had heard, the cries and west J. It. Stephens, of Georgia, bought .I J grudc-J of creel used are consequently not ( i

courthouse and \V. F. Edward, place, hastening to the rescue of their baby thn John Grtflln: place, owned! by D),. the &i\mo: high: ":;,Mality, specially: heat-
I On arriving the animal had ceased Ha '
:Mrs. M. L. Smith and little daughter have been removed this week. The vicious attacks, being scared away nn M. Smith. treated( alloy t-ela specified in Ford )
left Tuesday morning for a visit trees blocked thu "sidewalk and interfered Felice of
doubt by tho little girl and the approaching Mr. and Mrs. Antony formulas for the Manufacture of GENUINE -
with Mrs. Smith's father, who lives I with the light wires. G. B. New- parents. Piedmont, W. Vu., bought tho Julia I :! FOSD' PARTS.

in South Carolina. Bom took the contract for digging; o'ne Knight place, southeast of Starke.Mr .
Beside* the lacerations arm wall
them up. :Most of the digging: was of Jeff J. Johns'
,
Inman bought
and the
bitt severely as if chewed, Don'o ho niiatou--mist' GENUINE FORD
You can bring the color to your done with axes and saws, for the roots 40 tract In the Wateronk section : upon i
baby tong seated hi a box probably a acre : '
I PAl l'R iTiafUi by the Vu il Motor Company. ,13y
of health to like
cheeks and the sparkle lof the trees had grown together protected it from more serious! In- also nine acres in Stake from ,
your eyes by taking Tanluc. Turner's : the toes of a xoftshell, cootdr. It was Mr. I.under: ''I'' 3O c!':)i:1; 1ou;: will i r I.' t from 35 to 100 percent

Drug Store, Starke. I hard work in the hot sun, and using a jury.A physician was summoned once -_----- I I fi more war f.-om thorn, and you will: pay the I' ;+
foot cut in a four foot lowest possible cost-tli name everywhere. I rli
six saw
\ cross and though seriously hurt, tile baby JONES: : I IS BUILDING) (
Masters Lester Price and Eldredge hole was the sort .of exercise that \ t
I will survive its terrible experience.Johnstown .-
:Robinson returned Tuesday, after two caused Mr. Newsom and his force to News. !' Cuptpuin 1 n. C. Jones is having a I II 50% OF GENUINE FORD PARTS I
weeks' visit with their grandparents; sleep well after the day's work. I' I
in of his
storage building erected rear ;
:Mr.: and Mrs. R. L. Lewis, of Jasper. I The town's oldest! inhabitants triedin \ TWINS'---BIRTHDAY-- PARTY :| building* on Thompson street. The f.:::TAIL FOit LESS THAN lOc EACH II /'

mistake in following vain to remember when the trees new structure will he -I8x.12 feet and is Ask! for Parts Price List Ii '
make ,
You can no were sot out. A tradition has it, that Lust Friday afternoon John and I intended to house tractors! and. other I

the advice of millions who have after the railway had been built Frank Inman, twins, eight years old, ,, agricultural machinery, as well as his I. .
t
been restored to health and happinessby I through the present site of Starke in Invited thirty-six of their little friends hearsi-B. Everything will be well! and! I When your Ford car, or Fordson tractor needs. I [r.
Tanlac. Turner's Drug Store, attention, call on us For remember we are properly
1856, one Fuller, who owned the land, to celebrate their birthday with them systematically: arranged.) C. N. Cooper I
Starke. the track west I' _I!, equipped, employ competent mechanics, and -
I ran a "lane" from at the home of their parents, Mr. and Is the contractor. I
through his field and set out maple I Mrs. G. !M. Inman, on South Churchatreot I use Genuine Ford and Fordson parts in all

Tired, overworked, rundown men 'trees on both sides of it. This lane ;. The rooms, opened en suite, ; !METHODIST) ) repair work:
and women find in Tanlac just what' named Call street after the town I
was were beautifully decorated in old rose -
,they need to regain health and their had been mapped and the stumps taken and I green and profuse with zinnias Sunday school next Sunday lit 10 a. I I(

strength. Turner's- Drug Store, out. In the days of dark streets and ferns. Punch was served on the m., L. A. Davis, superintendent ;I J. W. ANDREWS JR. \ ,

Starke. these trees were ornamented with porch and candy on the lawn. The are having a Sunday school picnic to- I :' i') ,
'I daubs of whit'1vnsh on their east sides little guests enjoyed themselves heartily di. at Kingulcy lake Ford I
: y : and Fordson Starke Fla.
Prof. Warren and family, of Starke, to allow the doughty citizens, after I with play on the lawn, and had it We will have the regular 11 ft'cloik I ,

arrived last Saturday and are very : their nightly( sojourns' at the saloons, contest (pinning a man on the seat service next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. .11 D.a.u: I 9'i .
the Brown
comfortably located in to find their home in the dark or in which Brownlee of this ser i #
way of a wagon), Mary Wood will have Charge ill .
Madison Enter I _. .. .. .. .. ..
house.-Li-e item in I lit they fell by'the wayside, to find! proved winner and feceived: as a prize vice. 1.:;;_ ....--. ... _- -R -- t"S.ll' '

prise.A. ,, friendly shelters under them, while a box of candy. ;
they slept ofT their wassail. i Later the guests were invited to I CARD oh"ri1ANK4: : I'I'
F. Philips, of Tallahassee, and !DWfflflKnffinifrTflKinrcfliflKBflHBfnfl) !! roElberton ) ) DGJII1IDIDIDCDmCIICIfDmaIIDmallI
I the dining room, when the eight candles -
W. II. Philips, of Lakeland, and their their I f JUDGE: DISQUALIFIED on the birthday cake were lighted We desire to express our heartfelt I
families here on a visit to I of the ,
are I and cake and ice cream were served. gratitude and appreciation
mother. Their many friends here are I TaHahassee, July 18.-Because of Favors were given each little guest. I kindly assistance of our friends and

glad to greet them. I I the disqualification of lion. R. A. I' hire Alma McMillan, Misses Harriet I neighbors during the recent illness'I

Green, county judge of Bradford coun- Ritch, Lucile Mitchell and Florence and death of our dear husband and M ,
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell will have as ty, duly certified to him, 'Governor' Andrews assisted Mrs. Inman In mak 'father. We sincerely thank each and' I I ITLIi.L ,r
Misses JJIa I rs
guests for the week-end I Hardee has designated lion. A. C. I ing this pleasant occasion one long I to everyone who so freely aided us In''
and Hazel Tucker, of Madison, who of trial and sorrow, and
Strickland, county judge of Union be remembered. those days j
are attending the summer school a and Drs.) King and Bishop for .-
specially
county, as Judge to preside over ,,
the University of Florida. I II I conduct the trial of W. M. Edwards, I NOTICE their untiring and faithful services. .' w.

I charged with making moonshine whis- I Mrs.! J. L. Pinholster and Family. .. +. ''

Albert Hartmann is now with J.Mr.F. key, In the former county, the trial to I Will receive sealed bids till noon,, Blue Georgia Granite H'f'i

Colley in his StarKe of Garage.the largest be held July 28, 1022. t July 22, on all surplus lumber, sash,, I Only One "BROMO QUININE" ;I Nr
Hartmann was foreman "THE STONE ETERNAL"AndGEORGIAMARBLE'init.Tvarious
doors, and frames of the Woman'sClub
The above has reference to the .. for full aunt. r.AXAI
; aeoutceetl
for To the
111. many
garage in Rockford, Edwards of having I building/ Starke. Mail bids to hUOMOilUINlNK.:. ........lur.l t ti.tiMwolK. *
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Mr. ; | !
expert in his line. charge against W. G eOt II. Ciir. a CoM In Ou U r. blot hade.make
and Is
years an a liquor still in his possession, Mr.. Mary O. Wainwright, president I ,,.0." sad h..J.ch.. cud wjrk". oilPENTAWI roIJ. %. i
been found near his: Starke, Fla. 7U2t.
said still having
have
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Canova MEMORIALS
their fur I home In the swamp a short time ago. I SCHEDULE r
been here this week moving SEABOARD TRAIN

niture to Jacksonville, where they will I : ) Renowned
of: IN: NEW QUARTERSThe
make their home. The people i (In effect APril 30, 1922)..

Starke very much regret their depar- I Consumers Lumber; Co. have I Southbound 5 LFORIARCHITECTURALIDIGNITYJKJandlEVERLASTINGJENDURANCE: l:

ture. In their No. 1 reaches Starke at 11:40 p. m. UCOLUMNIJ
I moved to their new building ,
No 3, 10:1>1) a. m.
yard, south across the street !
Mrs. F. A. Scott was in Hampton lumber No. 21 Cedar Train 4:58 1
Key : m.
p. !
their
last week visiting her brother, L. J. : from the Commercial Hotel. All No. 15, Limited, 2:15: p. m. Three, essential factors toJbe=considered inbuYinl"-: J
moved there,I business is in one place now. The Brabham and Iron Pea J F. Kick- uments BEAUTY PERMANENCY
Wynn, who has recently rubbish NorthboundNo. ; r are, APPROP. ti,
of
been cleared 7.1.12t.
and with Luther Watterson as partner lumber and yard! contains has neat piles of all 2 arrives Stark 5:19 a. m. I liter. i RIATENESS. You have the assurance of.this combi. ) !

has installed a telephone successfully exchange,'kinds of lumber needed for building, No. 4 at 4:06 p. m. I FOR SALE-Dwelling house, to be nation when;buyingjour material.
op-
which Is now being !also brick, lime, cement and sand. The I No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47 a. m. t moved away from lot. Call or write.! I COGGINS MARBLE CO.

erated. new store Is well stocked with all No. 16, Limjted, 5:55 p. m.. I R. S. Humphrey, SUrke./! 7-ll-tf. CANTON GPo.i..dina .
I kinds of hardware"used in building, Wannee Branch Manufacturer of.'the South
Judge R. A. Green attended the bar at I well as builders' tools, and the No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45: a. m. I FOR SALE-Two. young pony mules,1 FI.ld or Special Repr.f nfotre! ,

becue given by the and Masonic was the lodge oratorof as stock: of paint Is very large. 'Mana: No. 104 arrive SCarke 3:15: p. m. one large farm:mare Can be seen W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE, FLA. J

LaCrosse Friday delivering an address on 'ger Partridge: ID well satisfied with T. J. GRIFFIN, place east of Starke baseball groundE. I' W' .
the
day
Agent M. Thomas. 721.2t iD ? Masonry and ,Citizenship." The bar- I the new order of things. \11'"m '""' "'tDI *
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,if'( J Hulled beggarweed seed flowed at MUZZLING TilE PRESS To Stop a Cough Quick ''PRIMARY' COUNT
: 1 *
the rate of 15 to 20 pounds to the aero I take HAYES' HEALING HONEY;' a
,
? ."............. .. ." .............,, -_. on a well-prepared seed-bed will fur- There are various ways to muzzle cough medicine which stops the cough by
: \ : nish excellent grazing and hay for fall the press. Florida has tried all of healing the inflamed and irritated tissues. SHOWS
r.With laws A box of GROVES O-PEN-TRATE EATON
EIr The Bradford cutting. I them and should know. The libel SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and
Late planted sorghum requires good of this state, framed by politicians, enclosed
preparation of the land, ample fertili- are so strict that no editor who has HAYES' HEALING HONEYhet WAS
zation and thorough cultivation. It I any property can call\ his soul his own should be rubbed on the chest and throat DEFEATED
!' ; Farmers from Cold or) Croup
'County of children suffering a
I without libel suit being tacked on
should be drilled in rows and cultivated a .... Hratia5Hon'yIn'
or "
The b..alln".rroct "
!f as you would corn. Where an ear- I him. The editor can then engage; u Ida the QPea-Troro Se.eatriough r e -- "--of -

ILl '; i*....**..****.....__._._..._.___ ................-.-.-...-! lier planting has been made a second lawyer, pay out several hundred dollars drove all'In s won stops a oouith. t pomtha BOARD SAYS ERRORS FOI\>wHUT h.
,', It1' crop can be had by fertilizing and cultivating -i waste time and money on the Both ramodlrs. are pecked In one csrtoo and the NO EVIDENCE OF INTENTIONA'L :'\
C \ '. t ;J out all right. It cat of the combined treatment is 3tic.. FRAUD
the stubble after the first suit, and maybe come / BAYES'HEALING
I S ..Just ask your druggist for
I COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS The place for them is on the farm, I crop has been cut. I has come to the point where there is HONEY.
-1',: I away from neighbors, and where the I no free press and few newspapers cnre Tallahassee! July 12.-The Hafe

f 'I ceola-Citrus growers are reporting range is green all the year. Under II I II j I FACTS ABOUT RUNNING:' WATER ''to take up the burden of libel suits canvassing board today completed ,its
more fruit .showing up than was free range conditions the cost of feed IN TilE HOME and! their attendant discomforts( and FAMILY QUARREL ENDS:' IN MAN canvass of the returns from the dome

I expected. Spraying/ for rust mites is I is small, and the health of the grow I expense.' Another way to muzz'ri' the KILLING SON-IN-LAW WITH[ PICK cratic primary of June 6th, and ,

I in progress. Osceola Growers, Inc.,I ing birds .better maintained. Did you know that home water I press is to make it so hot for( the editor cepted the results As previoush .

4 with the co-operation of the chamber'j Due to the limited supply of works will help to keep the doctor that he will either lose hiishiu1! Man Death nounced, except as to the contest, i .

1'' S' of commerce are putting on a drive and birds In the state somX, persons eggs away? That they will eliminate the I and be forced to quit or they can mob Georgia Farmer Stabs to tween Albert W. Gilchpst and Si,,,,,-

I 1 for 200 acres of strawberries for the may decide to purchase their founda- lifting of approximately 60 million I him and make it no unpleasant for him Attempting to Beat Wife tor Park Trammell: for tjhe senatonn'nomination.

; coming season. I j jPolk I tlon stock from flocks out of the state pounds of water yearly? That they that he.will leave the commun't/' AH A correction in the., .< '<.

,h, and on this matter Dr. N. W. San- will keep the wife young? That they ''lot these little inconveniences nre heyig j Jacksonville!, July 16.-An ice pick of Hamilton county decreased the .'

-Grapes are being harvested born, extension poultryman, gives! the will eliminate 152 miles, the distancethe practiced on the newspapers of the j wielded! by his father-in-law todiyi christ vote by 500, the correction h ,

i and sold 1 in quantities. Carmen and I I following advice: "Buy your eggs or average housewife walks yearly I state at times until the majority ofI i i brought an end to the domestic squalls ing been made upon information fr
1 Flame Tokay are the chief varil'ties'l I stock within the state. There is the carrying water? Than home water- 'I I the newspaper men of Florida say but. of William Copeland, 32, according to officials of that county that a prey ,

I 4 f It is estimated that 15,000 pounds of j danger of bringing in 'blackhead,' avery works systems nay be had for as lit little about the shortcomings of the the story related by Marion A. Rice, I report was erroneous.
grapes! will be harvested from a four I I serious disease, if you go north tle as $25? Do you have home waterworks people. They would rather follow the j / "We do not find any evidence of ai,

and one-half acre vineyard, two and I j I' for stock. Visit the farm where you ? If not, why not? line of least ressitanco; and say nothing --! ';, intentional fraud or wrong action
The above statement made by Prof. ( ; and their work for the "dearpub- I''on he the face of the returns," the bunr.
one-half years old. Citrus growers I get your eggs or birds, and make a charge of murder. Rice says |I
{ Frazier Rogers, department of agricultural lic" i is! never appreciated by the !aid ,Announced to the press. Member" '
:i are letting the cover crop take the sure that they have reared over 70 I i stabbed 1 Copeland ten times with an i
tl t of the engineering, Florida collegeof !! public when the crisis "1*! the advanced the board said, however, that irrei ,
; groves and there seems to be a crop percent turks hatched. If the know ice pick when the latter on
flock lacks in agriculture, offer sufficient argument public has never been to backup with Rarities j existed but that they wwmerely -
of bcgKorweed. vigor, go elsewhere for I' I his wife and Rice's daughter a '
your start. for making the home more convenient the newspaper when it /gets! in a .i(I carving knife as she lay near' a bed. j errors.
"Do and the housework more straitened circumstance. So thai the I Robert L. Eaton, defeated candidate
Orange The spring is not try to make too rapid a Rice said he had been summoned to
orange crop cient/ by having! running water. effi'j dear public when it'wants sauce served 1' I for railroad commissioner, tl.'lephing'
start. Set week
showing good, and the June bloom one or two clutches of eggs the home of his daughter last ,
up ) with its regular bill tlf farr in i from his home in Monticello
I I up > "c-on'
next
to be holding well all spring and get your practice .because of brutal treatment at tho I
,1 i seems on !groves s----- i the will have to df! a I mented the action of the bo '
in good.I condition. work. Hatch early, keep down Insect cmJ> newspaper, up hands of her husband. Several: weeks I upon >m'
C pests, do not overfeed hundred thousand dollars or more to beat his wife as follows: "I am a moss-back Dc
-and avoid In- {ago, Rice said, Copeland ,
i Gadiden-The potato; growers have breeding. Increase in numbers as you There is only one way to have a tide the paper over the "dry ".IIpel1" i into unconsciousness and Home time :i:ocrat and will accept the result of thi,

1 met at Havana and organized the !get experience." K..od fall garden and that is to start that follows any exposures! or ltatc- later beat her, inflicting injuries from I'returns as found by the canvassim.board.

Gadsden county potato growers'-as!- before fall. Now is the acceptedtime. ments or investigations. Consequently which she is still suffering. He swore |'i I do hope, however, that th
41 the public will be left to make its next will take
legislature some steps
'n sociation with the trade mark of WAX WORMS HANDICAP TilE out a warrant for Copeland's arrest, I
i. "GACO." The watermelon growers BEEKEEPERS own investigations. The editor of the 'I but officers could not find him. YcsI I to adjust the present primary systemof :
.. The most successful poultrymen in Herald association! / shipped 6 cars melons I terday Copeland is alleged to have
fight on individual because we are i|I'I I Mr. Eaton defeated by A f)
last week. When a number of worms are foundin the state are those men who learn the I any appeared at the house and after considerable was
the bee hives, the wax moth is at secret of keeping their hens at work. charitably Inclined. The HerfU f is I|i argument it was agreed to Campbell, after a contest so close that
Lake The citrus club is I the.only paper in the community;, end I j four small children second choice votes on the ballot h<>.
Leesburg work which indicates that the hive! s le tthe couple's go
at the home and inV Careful planning results in: better must, necessarily be broad, and! mudslinging j Ga. under to be taken into consideration.
meeting monthly ,are weak. This weakness may be due to Rice's home at Ailey, .
the groves of the different members, to disease, short food supply, loss of food, better clothing, better housing,I never helps any comm lity. the agreement that Rice was not to
and discusses! the problems! as they are the queen, or excessive! swarming. The and more of the things in life one' We would rather build up than teardown I I prosecute Copeland for his brutality.Last A TONIC
and have found out long
actually found in the groves. A chairman wax moth being a scavenger its damage really wants. we aA'Othat night, however, according to Drove's Tasteless chill Tonic: restore
it to be charitable to all and
,I serves only one month and then can be materially reduced, if at- pays I I Rice, the husband again came to the Energy and Vitality by Purifying 81'
a appoints his successor. It has a per- tention is given the weakened colonie! Begin planning to have as many of I it Is not what you print that makes ,house. Rice asserted he was seatedat I Enriching the Blood. When you feel iu

i i 1 manent secretary, who notifies the when they are discovered. the family as possible attend the far your town but what you leave out. a table in a room adjoining his :' strengthening Invigorating effect, see how

members of the meetings and keeps A weak colony in an apiary is a I triers' week meeting August 14-19 However, we would like to say in pas- 'daughter's sick room and turned to j It brings color to the cheeks and how

the records. menace and should be handled at once. I The time will be well spent in meet- sing that if a newspaper man ever see 'Copeland advancing to her bed II | it improves the appetite, you v.'Ultlwn
: ing other people, besides hearing the jumped}on us we would make it a per- I its tonic
: Several weak colonies may be united l with an upraised knife. He grabbed appreciate true value.
i' ", Escambia: -The b' ys' club camp was with a strong colony, and prevent the best authorities in the country on important sonal matter and not a "mob matter I the ice pick and clinched with the man. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply

I held at Molino, July 6-8. Besides the moths from breeding up in the weak agricultural subjects. Sanferd Herald. ,Copeland finally fell, fatally Iron and Quinine suspended! in syrup. Si
fun and frolic of the the wounded'i pleasant even children like it. The blow, "
L t camp, boys colonies. If the colony is queenless, but managed: to crawl to |
were given demonstrations in making it can bo united with a colony that LOSSES BY STRIKESOf /the Quinine! 7LuU: Docs Mot! Alleft IPri' -, I j i Rice calmly shu tthe door behind hint needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON u
Pecan+e of Its tonic lmt! '. effect.' L..XA- i Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs ann
r grafting wax, budding persimmons has dd, i; I land I did not know Copeland had diet
a queen, or a young queen intro- TIVK DROMO QUININE ) din h tnVcn Clip germs by Its Strengthening Invigorating
and grafting and in judging the in this by anyone wlthnut cnuHlnit nrrvnuanvss rnring I'
Li 6a oranges duced. Weakness due to a shortageof unemployed country m thu Imad. EW.UROVE'Ss1gaattusoabmx Slir I until neighbors informed him. Effect 30c.(
and selecting need corn. stores may be overcome by feed- I over a million are those who are voluntarily .

piaI ing or uniting them with some other I on strike, protesting against -- -- ---

I ? Dade-At the regular monthly session colony. wage reductions, and if these strikes

n j of the dairymen, a committee When the trouble is due to disease, continue for any length of time the

was appointed to devise ways to pre- the weak colony will be robbed out by secondary workers in the industries

* vent poor dairy stock from coming into other colonies and spread the disease! dependent on the major industries will
H the county. This movement in connection Robbing may also be induced from be thrown out of work.

with the "better bull" campaign -' any of the other conditions and resultIn This summarizes the statement

should help the industry.Alach'ua ., I the loss of other colonies. contained in press and official reports.

Supplies of stored combs! must be I This is a serious condition not only
I '; -I have made a tour of the carefully watched or the wax worm! for those who have voluntarily quit!
', :( : dairy sections of North Florida and I will soon render them unfit for use work themselves but for those whose

,,ht i. South Georgia with farmers and business The moths! and larvae are,most active right and opportunity to labor if they .

j men to study the creamery situation when the temperature is 50 degrees! F could is affected.' Take

', and pasture crops. I or above, BO extra pr'cautions' The serious effect upon business
,
I necessary in warm weather. when the strike is among the work- -
y
DO.NOT USE TURKEYS FROM: I. A good method to follow in storing men whose labor supplies such neces-

OTHER STATES FOR BREEDING 'combs.., is to leave the combs in the sary things as fuel and transportation -

I i hive, and stock the hives in such a U obvious. the
Danger of Such: Stock Introducing 'I sway as to eliminate all cracks. An The strike of the coal miners neces- '

Blackhead in Home Flock empty super containing a pan in sarily affects hundreds of thousandsof "..

)which there is one-half ounce of carbon laborers in other industries, for

p'; Turkey raising in Florida is increasing ( disulphlde for each hive, is placed mills and factories cannot run with- "

in interest, and for the last two | on top. The hive cover is then put on out coal. Short Cut

i years, eggs/ for hatching and birds ,, and the !stack allowed to remain for When railroad men refuse to( work

for breeding have been rather hard to 21 hours, or until the combs a-o: needed mines can only run part of the time
procure within the state. and factories are tied up because they ,

Turkeys should not be kept in the It is advisable to examine the combs cannot get their goods to market and ,

back yard or on the large village lot. every two weeks to see if any worms! the: people in the cities are cut off -- ,

I are present, and the fumigation repeated fran supplies of the necessaries of

r 1 if such Is the case. The con life, but after all when you come to '
WEAK NERVOUS trol of the wax moth is entirely a matter count the cost of strikes in dollars It When you were a youngster, you never went to school

- of looking after the welfare of It labor itself that is the greatest los- the long way 'round! You took a short cut.

rash colony, and taking care of the er.

i, :, ALL RUM-DOWN I surplus combs. Reading the statistics of recent
!If disease Is thought to be the cause strikes the number of days' wages lost<
advertisement this
I Every in is
of weakness in the colony, write the IR appalling and it is a loss that can paper a short cut. Advertisements

; i iS ,[ Plant Commissioner, State Plant never be made up through increased make it possible to tell you in a few minutesall
Muonri Lady Suffered Until She
Board, Gainesville, for advice in the wages)
;: 4' Tried CarduL-Say* "Result ,, handling of the problem. Besides! this the laboring man' whoa you want to know about the service or articles you
out of work for months'at a time need.
I
'4:. Was ."-Cot Aloe. !i!, SOLVE WINTER FEED J PROBLEM! must in the end bear his part of the ,

n. Fine Became Normal 1: nv J PLANTING:' HAY AND:' FORAGE; burden that falls on the whole popu- 1 .
';
; I i lation of the country\ of making up
At sift the
a glance you can out things that interestyou
and the loss that
1. r Healthy. !iw accrues through suspension -
"Crops of
cowpens, sorghum
,
Span-
: --- ish peanuts. and beggarweed sown 'in of production.True most and in a moment you know just when and whereto
A loses but when does
capital it
"
!
July will keep the .
land
from
lying for what
; prlngfieM Mo.-"My], back was M Idle and this loss is passed down to the con- go you want.
will also
4 i help solve the feed
\ Weak I could hardly stand UP. and I sumers. The striking workers in company I
weald have 'problems this fall and winter "
'. bearing-down pains andY says
.
with all other workers the
5 was not well at any time." says Mrs. I W. E. Stokes, forage specialist. are I'
i It t' V. Williams vita of a well-know I :l-ate plantings as a rule do not consumers. Figure hpw many steps, how much needless walkingand
t H tanner on Route 8, this place. "1 I There are other methods less cost.
//I' ,'., kept getting'eaiHches: and having MO yield as high as earlier plantings. Iy and dangerous than the strike for talking the advertisements thus save you and your
M i } ( to bed," continua* Mrs. Williams I However, if the land Is thoroughly
settlement of differences between
1 describing the troubles from whlcH prepared and in the case of sorghumsa employer neighbors.
l.. .h. obtained relief through the us* of little fertilizer applied and employe, and for the goodof
,
; : ;;:" Cardu "My husband having heard results be very good > all these methods should be used.- -
e ';# .f Cardul. proposed getting It for roe. may received. Illinois State Journal.SEEDCORNCOWPEAS.
tt I" 1 saw after taking some Cardul Brabham and Iron cowpeas planted Then you realize the great economy and necessity of I
.. that I was Imprortne. The result in July in close rows and worked a .
k.... was surprising I felt like a different time or two, will come off for hay after VELVET advertising in your daily life. t
I 1., person. .
y J1....1 "Later 1 suffered from weakness) the rainy season is over, giving a BEANS, MILLET,CRASS SEED, SOR. ,
'f 01" sad weak back and felt all rundown product if properly handled superior CHUM. For Immediate .hip_.... All
1 I did not rest well at night. I was in feeding value to most any that Is s..onabl.Field and Vegetable Seed ,
,!II nervous and cross. My husband .. .I shipped into the state. Writ. for Pric. Lilt and Catalogue. Our
", be would get Cardul. which
me some
;. he did. It strengthened me '. My Spanish peanuts may be planted in teeutiful and instruct! catalogue i.Ir..and *
1., doctor said I got'along fins. I was !. ,July in 21 to 30 inch rows, and 2 to 4 .1... valuable information on

l ,,. good healthy condition. I cannot inches in the drill. They should be arming and gardening for Florida, a..dthe Read the Advertisements !
t say: too much for It." I worked with a weeder before and af- south. Writ. to a* to day for special .

', + I? as Thousands Mrs. Williams of women descrIbe.have, until suffered they !ter they come up, and laid by with a irice* on your Mad requirement Our

) fonnd relief from the U.. of Cards small sweep, pushing a littl. dirt up omplet loch will enable u. to supply

Vino It has helped so many, 70I I to the vines. The vines may be usedas you to advantage price and quality.
saeald not hesitate to try Cardul U I hay and,the nuts for hog r feed or E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY
troubled with womanly ailments. let them remain In the field
to be
L"V for ,sale everywhere. TW har Oldest and Largest Seed House in Fla
vested by the hogs alone.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE SEVEN '
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Jewel studded embroideries are shown) i M .-+- TheScrap --+ 1 h '

THE DIRECTOIRE on c\enlng (liftmen.Worth's f fi CORSET OF TODAY
Nensntlonal, flOSelty-tb I The Former The ; i

Dlrectolre gown ,'omhlnl'rJ'Ith the Convict Book .

BIDS FOR FAVORDistinctly low waistline] developed In black i I Jelf Twins

satin und turquoise, blue net elabor No Indication of the Waistline

att'I'lIIbrolII'I',1, In turquoise beads By HENRIETTA LEE I By HUBERT RAY
and
New Type of Costume can Lie Imagined: limn this! combination. Copyright 1535, Wo.lel'n N.w.i...por Union, I Couyrigbt..,,>> tray Wunimn, Z'dnwspsesr Union, '

of black and blue. The dirkhnirewonmo Suburban Railroad Near Washington I 1 'I
Howlund faced Mortem in the living-
in Evidence in the Re- 1 "It's u matter of spilt seconds! In
is who
wore! this! created a room of the Durrow house. It was Does Business With One Man as .
table scnxntlon \'I'rl-I the ring and, u ciilciilatlon of xplltmillimeters. Extremely '
!
particularly Its Sole Employee.
cent Collections. ns a moment Morton was never to forget'
wore pricelessvlilte' and 1 don t know Junt v>'hnt Boned. ,
,
gray us 1 long as he lied I Lightly ,
as earrings and In the form suburban line I those are but I'm told they're, somothing -
of au up "Morton," he said with a sneer, "I'm A certain little car '
per arm bracelet with pendant, ends wise to I know -all near Washington Is unique In having pretty' small. Anyway, lie The evolution :; ;the( corset Is extremely S

GREEK SPIRIT STILL HOLDS; each end holding a pear-ehuped pearl of It. It you.may interest your you pant to know the owner of tlu.1'01111 ns pr'RIIll'lIt.motormlln. I Jelf twins knew thut-aiuU hy l> the Interesting'' observes a writer I.;:;
In gray or white. conductor, general utility way, Tom ana lull weren't twins uor In the New.: York Tribune Its American
that I've had on
/
a special agent your ; .I
Less, extreme In Its effect Is a model trail for some time. You're un ex-con I man and bureau of Information. even brothers I'm glad to suy. history dates buck to the days of

,Ancient Note Prevail In Afternoon In crepe II"l chine/ with beautiful em viet There are 32 curves In the three "They weren't relations tit uU In the 1'lIlOrlmll111'11 the IIrut article of ,
Dresses broideries of ruby and white beads miles covered and when the motorman fact, but they'd agreed tu. WOIK, together this cllllrn.'ter'n'l mndu In this coun
and Evening ; Mede Dieplaced "I Iv" you were sent to \
The dress Itself Is a pale mauve crepe genre ago \ Is collecting fares the little car and they took that title for try.. Tbeso Cltid-feurlng} people wove '
,
Year Ago by Moyen the penitentiary for twelve months
de chine. From the hips down It Is '! glides unassisted around the shortest business purposes.'' They'd been doIng I the material} by hand leaving It In Its
Age or Low Waistline. pure Dlrectolre, while above that It for forging a check; for two thousand j'| carves with perfect ease and! safetyat circus work ever since they could natural gray state To tiotie the ton ,

has! the straight' chemise form. Apretty dollars. I'm the only person here who least so far remember. Grew tip In the ring, lint! set they used vihulebone, which they ,''i l

Sume of the most Important dressmakers feature Is the scurf, which falls knows It Take my advice and clear It Is also a most, accommodating so did Malsle Harlovv, though U wasn't sewed In by bund-and this garment '\

have elected to emptmslre the from one shoulder< at the back and I out of Staples and-take your past I car. Certain customers lake the 7:30: until three mouths before my story was not lightly boned as it U In these "

trtrectoire drapery. Thus la the recent Is attached to n bracelet This scarf, with you"Morton every morning. Everybody knows opens that the Jelf twins met Miitsle. cajs. The whulebones were placed so j. !

collections there Is a distinctly; togethl'r'Ith the earrings Is an Important wan acutely conscious of everybody else and a social time Is "She surely was a peach. And by close to one another\ that one row of Ali

new type of Dlre"tolre costume ; because part of the toilette. Both everything. Outside on the porch sat I enjoyed each day. The condiictor-nuv' peach I mean peach, not nectarine or stitching supported' a bone at either I\III'
while Introducing the Dlreotolre May Darrow, the only child of the apricot. rink and white skin, blue
Jeweled ornaments are developed In torman also knows each passenger byname side of It.Unlike I J,
motif In the skirt the couturier has rubles and pearls rich banker and his wife who had been j and when the car Is ready to eyes, soft fluffy hnlr-every fine was the cornet of today, this M

kept the low waistline bodice There Many of the derolette models have Morton's best friends since he settled I start If Miss Jones happens to be In love with her. Hut It was the Jell primitive one covered the body from ,1'kt 1'
II a very strong feeling notes a fashion in the village to start a law practice the twins that she favored. And they ,
specially designed< writer In the New York Tribune, worked out like Jewelry, but In rhinestones which had begun to make him prosperous. I Is delayed while Miss Jones sprints had the biggest part In Itroxtnn's. practically unprotected. Reaching Q{,
that there will be a decided development None of the folks knew his "They. did the trapeze stunt In the
and Imitation onyx. This house I breathlessly down the hill suet Is from one's chest to waist It gradually! ":
Into more pronounced DIrectotre uses also very elaborate belts like real criminal record. I helped on by two or more polite gen middle ring, which never failed to diminished In size toward the latter '.

Jewels set In meta} One of the moot It had been the temptation of a tlemen. bring down the house. Imagine two [loin(, where It again widened slightly, pending i

striking novelties Is an entire dress, young wan acutely pressed for money I' One day last spring 1 when the car trapezes: yards. und yards! apart, at not more than two Inches blow &

made of dull black paillettes' through Desperate he hail forged the check. I was crowded with government clerks opposite' sides of the tent. One of} the waistline. The tll'11111 bottom ? i

which Is wrought u design in colored He hud taken his medicine. lie had I hurrying to office, the president-mi-, the twins bangs by his feet ; the other edges were. finished with n white t

paillettes also in mat finish This Is ( settled In Staples resolved to live down torman stopped the car while passing' after getting up speed, lets the trapeze leather binding. i rs

r extraordinarily new looking more like 1 the peat lie bad lived It down. I through an old III'MIIIII politely asked swing him off and! shoot him During recent years-clothes having t h

a brocade titan a spangled\ ':gown ns And May hud Just promised. to become permission of the Indies aboard! to clear across the ring. Now I was! taken to straight lines-tunny womenof

one always ussocltitcs( spangles with a his wife. shoot a very troublesome' hawk which sum) lag It's u mutter of split millimeters both Franco and America have

I brllllunt or sparkling surface.Woith Now nil that dream was shattered, i j had killed many chickens In the and that's what It wus. They'd' worn either no ,corset at nil or one

I goes: In for vivid colors and, lowland the rich manufacturer, lied '' neighborhood.! After the shooting, the got It down so line that Just lit the I quite lightly hoard (Iradunly, however

I plays a full series of reds, yellows and<<1 been May's suitor fur years ; ho was only other wait was for !Mrs. Smith second when the upward movement they urn! beginning to perceUo ,a

I vnrl-colored, combinations. He hue mud ubuut her, und unscrupulous a9' to send her little\ b"ylul'k! home. for of the fly'lng body stops, and, the I the need of same support', however 4,

I strliiklngly bountiful dresses all Inflame he was, Mortou !knew that he would her grosses which "Nile, hud forgotten.. downward' plungi begins, 'Tom hangIng Blight It hilly hi'! I'nttlciilarly Is this. ,

i red, or flume ,'Ilow. Two new show him no mercy. I by his feet, with his' arms down true of tho French, wonuiti/ who was J

rose,\ellows used, by this house an, "The alternative, us I understand FUTURE OF "BARREN LANDS" catches Hill's bund, and hold him. the originator of the fornetli, mode,}

I known ns Lucifer ind Aurora. Morton began! speaking.. a voice "There's Tom} bunging from the according tit mi Intl'rvl.with. the "
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n Despite, his apparent, Interest in hid:: ) whose Icy coldness surprised} him Itself and Tracts trapeze with 1UI1 swinging under, head of one of our lnrget American,

colors. Wprth shows many lovely all- "Is ruin and complete exposure." History Prove May to Repeat Have Distinct Commercial neath. A strain? Not at nil, sir. manufacturing/ !: concerns, who recently 1
black evening dresses. A beautiful answered llowlund brutally. "You: can Value. You se','. there's the momentum, us returned, from TurK I a

I model' 1. called sole de fete Is In black never marry May Durrow. What do they call It, and no, 1 runt tlguru It Time women of America are under

I I I satin studded, In u design, : of rhinestones you think these honest people would the dinicultles 1 I out. A professor( did once, and Imsnld the Impression' lint their French sisters
conquering <<
\Vk are ,
Iw'te'r
hammered directly Into the think. If they knew that you were a on. It was the preltlOHt thing have entirely illHpeiiHed' with corsets -
of the North faster us! time goes
fabric! and with the Plrectolre drapers Jail-bird?" j thousand seen. This Is Inaccurate, because what 'J
It was more than u yearsfrom ,
01ll'S nnd
I held on one hip under the fullness! b)' "I thought you would be man ; h"1Ih Uomans "So Hill catches\ hand w, term a short corset or girdle they I
II the time \\ \! him
I a large motif in Jet and rhinestones enough to play fair llowlund" Alor. I that no civilisation could exist then the upward swing brings! to classify as u licit.. :
thought
his feet It ,
the trapeze He gets (Ill 1
with giant acorn pcndnntH. ton began. I I the civilization Thi'i'o Is no iliungu whatever III the
of the Alp'llItli
north hang
second
side side'
Matching Wraps for Evening Dree.... 1'ou: guessed wrong, then. Which north of I the Alps' was really on the twins by > a that \ lines of cornetx.. At present there Is t
lie liiuS another lovely model quite I or two, and then the audience, ; no Indication of the waistline becoming I
Is It to be? a par with that of Italy1" lint It was It with
Greek In Its feeling, called I'hedre. Its Before either could say any more only a century from the time when had pictured Hill's body hitting | smaller. If aii.N.thing, the waist Is

/ developed in block satin combined,! Durrow came along the ball. | Itenjnmln Franklin.* thought that the the force of a cyclone, rl"I'1I111,1 larger. The prevalent'" style In Franca! "

with a dull black and gold gauze: the "Come! outside, folks 1" he said little Island nf Guadeloupe wns wortb shouts. Mulsle began la a model, extremely low, not very r
latter arranged 1 plaited' panels Ritz "It wasn't long before long and, quite, lightly bonud.! For
cheerily. Then, glancing at their faces more than all of Canada till the time JelfHshe i ieventing
the -
of
which
how preferred
Is the of handsome Muck\ to the hack entirely
name a wear an
Is there? I' cities In Canada t
"Nothing wrong, when second rate As
anon and, black lace dress, and, Luciferof than the and that was Hill. soon cub nwny. So many French women
contained. "I be- become tulle Important'
had
Morton grew icily << he walked
a lovely golden, pink lace dross. It was ns Tom knew for sure have returned tie the corset, In the past ,
wishes to make a Island of Omidelunpe.
Model of Crepe de Chine Showing theUae'of Snturnnl is n beautiful black model lieve Mr. lowland whole the time about nil day In n blnck rag. Hit month that miles have Increased, M) J i
statement to you about lime, he said j only 1tpw\ decinli) from Mulsle, and 1don't r
crazed over pretty
was
Greek Drapery. with elaborate embroidery on theeleevex I tacitly per (cent
Steward's friends
with
lowland's face grew dark when, even him
Antar Is a barbaric looking MIIIMO
stjles. However the cleverness of blood | admitted thAt "Senmil's Folly" wasthe when. IIP was heard threaten-1 BRIDESMAID +
printed, crepe. Dunseuse Itouge, an "Hut FOR-TH-E
tills Dlrectolre note I Is! IU! fnlntuj.'gestlon fool I" he shouted. COI'I'I'.t name for Alaska until the DRESS f.
new "All right
evening dress In cerise. and, sliver, and, you f with Ing Kill, things begun. : to look Herlinm. ,
und the actual creation of Plmpiirte, a black silk-striped, crepe "That's HO, Mr. Darrow and I'll make Republicans begun to "point It You see, you can't have bad, blood I i'i'"f '
rank
distinctly modern things around this ore both very Plrectolre In fooling.!: It outside In the presence' of your wife pride" to the purclmxe/ and to of''I among circus folk.' Never saw one ;ihrX r

"nixk'ly classic Idea. Very striking I''nln,1I''Rt.S/ feature and daughter !I" I I among the glorious achievements of them In n rage, did you? In gen- I le' '' ways ,)r
expect
As everybody knows, the Dlrectolre In the collection of Madeleine, et Durrow's. face Indicated a' certain the party. fly nnitlngy ww' may eraK It's understood that their minds I

vas n development( from the Greek Madeleine, and the choicest models are I amount of contempt as he answered : that It will rHllllre| only u decade inknowledge Imve lent to be free, so that they run :f.

an effort as It were, to adapt the simplicity always accompanied by matching "Ity all muting! Mr. lowland, If you : or two for the saint progress In sentiment do their Jobs! properly. Nnturnlly.

and art of early Creek dress wraps, another extravagance which are sure It Is proper for them to hearIt. and revolution nllrtl..rn1'rlllrll'lI with 'I'om and (till\ doing their stunt
to the uses of the adventurous In. with regard, to tho them old Unix, ,
women should. regret nnd, biul! blood between ,
'rlfrulng: spirit and manners of the Ilelle Null Is' a gorgeous evening I "Oh I'm sure enough 1" sneered the that me' nllll. railed, "IlnrrenGrounds" bea ton begun In worry
| to
Mill mempq"aed> '
what In Its and are |
'urbulent Dlrectoire Thus toilette consisting of a dress and, cape' manufacturer, following the others InVOI'oI'1i ".\1 lust", he went to TomIt, wan .
modest 'ort 11I"1'8."llhJu 111111 r Stcfimsson
natural Greek environment was wrap In blnck! sntln. The dress' In onto the stoop. { common\ talk by then-:jmd told him
simple and pure became flagrantly : draped FMrectoIre style Is trimmed, May and her mother sat In the porch \ \ Work. ho'd lire the pulr of them, unless! ho!
I
brnzenNelahorate: ; and vulgar. The with banns of rhinestone ornamentsand chairs. The' night was brilliant with made up with I1I1I.} Tom pulled, the

artificiality of French life at that silver embroidery.1<< The rope, all llrelllfs. Only a short half-hour ago : War Cat Made Useful. wool over the old man's eyes' nil t

period transformed freedom Into license Black except for the, silver fabric col Morton had told May of his love and By mixing tear !gas developed' odorlesshydrocyanic for right ; took him to }Hill's tent und, r

purity Into grossness and art Jar Is I! lined, throughout with an exquisite had learned thut It was returned. Now war use, with ilfiidly but disinfectant shook hands with hi iul. Hut :hIii isle,

Into sensuality., fabric. that the dream was shattered It was f acid, u l powerful chemlcul cunie to Hill that night. ,I I Iz
chemists\. of the
Skirt Draped, Low Waistline Remains.' Exclave Is a gorgeous, red sodadress astonishing how calm be felt. | the combination ."[ tfon't want you to net with Turn,' .'
made
have
It Is a matter of history that during '' with matching mnnteau. This In "Murgarvt, uiy dear, Mr. Uowland warfare that"'l'l'vko' he used safely a In sanitary she said crying, 'I don't trust him
ran
the French Directorate woitien who has a communication to make to us hydrocyanic acid lie was threatening. me this. morning, z '

adopted these so-culled Greek fashion- all\ which he says. Is of Importance," kills woiU.the Since tin If.ermlll ns\ well ns und-' yf *J ,
greased! their bodies In order thai said Darrow. | gas eggs effective "Hill svgs an 1'ly-llIlnK,, fellow, and
I It III one of I the most
their, transparent and clinging!: drap No one knew how Darrow would the vermin. known. As! It has laughed at her. 'I guess' Turn's\ all

orbs should repeal more clearly. theli, Ii take anything, but every one knew dlulnfet smell tants and produces no discomfort right,' lie, siilA i. 'Anjwuy. we're biking

physical charms. It Is claimed, too. i that he was as straight as a die ; that no taste vvhon III breathed' I lie first Indication tomorrow, and we can't' spoil.. tonight's: .

that during! this period a man's suo II he would never tolerate dishonesty In the utmoHilieie show, now that old, Mroilon's. Mil II"-
Its
('t'ss19\ only limited, by his ambition "The statement I have to make," said of piexeii' fled.' I t. .
t N. the 11111111111'> of I Iimp- person
and! a woman's by her benuty. Thui- I Howlund furiously "concerns our precious breathing| It 'Tear gUll Is detected: Instantly "I lieu rd, about nil this afterward. I I q,+ .r 1
there was no limit In audacious dresit" friend Morton here. You think IrrlUnt effect on the My part U bringing/, In the sawdust !
l Its
by
Happily' today the Dlrectolre. motllflisouiew he's everything that 'a gentleman when thi air contains only and helping out whet. Cm wanted, l'' d

hut tempered( by a sense ot pjoprlety. ought to be, that he's worthy to enter eyes minute even nniniintx, and the combination used to litr-lint never mind me. I. 1 i 'f'fA 1 1Tfr4td

I rl your house, don't you' ? Well he of the two can thus, be escaped before, felt sick that night' us 1 watched from"

The direct Greek Is strong also )1111 Isn't I He's an ex-convict. lie served the hydrocyanic arid 1 bus u chance to tile runway und saw Tom and' Hill I. I 1

the new collections, and! many of the a year In the "state penitentiary for -New York Evening: l'estDIDN'T each fin his trapeze, smiling and blowIng ,
most attractive( afternoon and, evenlnjdre forgery. 1 don't know what else! he' ': a< t.- <<; kisses, to the audience, and pretty! |

ses are Greek In spirit. All done-" Mulslu, riding her two horses round, ,
through the past winter there has been' I "Is this statement correct Mr. Mor 0 M. the ring, and }looking up and- -'-writ I

a tendency toward the draped eve ton?" asked Darrow coldly. thought, she'd full and that's u thing
fling dress. In their effort to fine) i "It's perfectly true" answered. Mor thut nobody ever forgives .

something distinctly new and interest ton. "I'd hoped to live It down. But I "Something told me what was coming

Ing. the Paris dressmakers have now guess It's followed me hers I've done and yet I }bud u sort of Instinct ll

verged toward the Dlrectolre: that Is ,wrong hiding It-'1 Unit It would be all right In the end,
brldeemald'e dreea la R
the Directolre evidenced In the skirt "Very wrong under the circumstances } t I waited I for the big dive. It cause. charming acombln.tlon
of
Venetian 'lace In scallops
drapery but hot yet defined In tilt ," said Darrow. Hill shot like lightning through the ulr and a val lace bodice With the i
L
bodice.It "llut It was my Intention to tell across the ring to when Tom was
outfit ls worn a hat whose transparent 1
has been an easy step from th you before-well, that's all I need say bunging by his feet bend downward brim Is of
horsehair with
sea-green a
Grecian styles of the Inter to merge now. Perhaps you can't understand ",\n.1 then I saw-mind, sir, myeje's val lace crown ..nd roeette of flowers.
Into the Dlrectolre because It was the i how a man feels when he's restored ( ruined-how .Tom dl'lIberntelynllJ

Greek that Inspired the Dlrectoln | to the society of his fellow-men after \I'll MM' Imnd a couple of Inches

during the early triumphs of Napoleon what happened to me. However It's UNDERSTAND SLANG uwldp.' And }Hill flew on ami-missed SOME NEW PARIS HANDKIES \

before he became so ambitious as tf all true, and-good! night "A fellow threatened today to 'put "It wu II matter of split seconds as

create an empire. "One moment! aid Darrow raising me to sleep." I've said. Next Instant Hill had, shot Figures embroidered n> the Corners

TheDirectotre has not been In vogue his hand. "It may Interest you "18m glad that he didn't do It, aa out his other arm and grubbed Tom Represent the Favorite Sportsof 1

glace I 1008, and It Is curious to relate gentlemen to know that what you Mr. you 11I0 snore ao.. round the thigh for Just an Instant the U..,. :

that It was displaced by the Moyen Uowland consider news Is-a mare's they bung 11'1'' ..... In u silence of death

Age or low waistline In 1000. Sinci nest. Every one of any consequence New Use for Acetylene. You' could feel} death In the air sir Paris fashion Is busying herself with l,,

that time all the fashions have re In Staples has been aware of these One of the most recent uses for "Then Tom dropped!) And holding, handkerchiefs. The latest tleslgns

volved around the low waistline and Draped Model of White Serge Embroidered I( facts ever since Mr.' Morton came to acetjlene Is for singeing chickens. It each other locked, they went'wbirling have In the corners embroidered figures i

the natural uncorseted figure. In High Colon live here. Is said that acetylene\ flame properly. round and round down to the Sawdust representing the user's favorite

Worth who excels In evenlni of red! and silver brocade, embroidered | People are kinder than la generally used performs this operation In a sport, such as golf tennis racing and ,

dresses Is notably working on tbt III Jeweled motifs of rose design nit supposed. there Is no one who would small fraction of the time usually! "And Tom was underneath. fencing. The. men an offered, oblong y

Dlrectolre lines He ha. made numberless being sapphires and rhinestones have taunted Mr. Morton or told required i that It removes the last vestige "Dead? The minute he hit the handkerchiefs with colored borders.
Jewels
day and evening dresses very the red and silver background. I him, or not trusted him. And that In c.I feathers from the fowl and ground. Smashed to pieces.. Hut The milliners who have generally

suggestive of that period. It Is In on In some of the evening dresses I eludes,myself-and my family thut the burning off Is accomplished, that' what saved Hill save for a adopted flower trimmings<< are reproducing

trrestlng1 to note, however that tilt matching fan Is featured. A beautlfo.: "Morton, come back I Good.night, without scorching the skin or heating/ broken arm and collar-bone. And I seasonable lowers of changing

draperies are treated In ao entlrelj model called L'Enchalnee Is In whlt I Mr. Howland. Morton" he grasped the delicate flesh. guess Dill didn't care when he looked varieties as spring advenl'ee. They are

original way owing to the fact thai satin trlniiyed with rose petals. There blm by the arm-"I believe my daughter Into Ma Isle's eyes. now using .hyiiclnttm, cowslips and

they are now at the right side ant Is an exquisite fan covered with the | wants to talk to> you." Telephone In Spain. "I'll never forget her holding} / him buttercups, rnrely seen on Purls, hntn.Jllnck .

not the left as In the original period same rose petals that belong to th. Within th,* next five years nil tote In the middle of the ring, among the and red blue and /gray and

The low waistline Is practically al dress. Another loveiy purple dre s .It A Bravo Performer phone lines in Spain will have be. screaming and confusion and know. yellow and white are the prevailing ,

wnys retained. trimmed with purple ornaments ant "I understand. said the drummer, come government owned. The telephone log nothing but Hill lying there and rotor schemes'' for. gowns, with hat. I

. ,Features Black With Vivid Colors. with It was carried a purple ostrlcl "that lute! Pete Isn't allowed In I systems of that country tint smiling at her. That's the way "good shop, ,stockings handbags and even 6

Among the Worth evening dressei' fan the fan being a gauze stretched| Crimson Gulch any more." i nlways been notably nnHHt1furtory.This women are made, sir. headdress\ to match.
there Is. hardly a failure but an era on a pearl frame and trimmed wlrt'frlngellke "No," answered Cactus Joe. "The

ik. bnrrassment of rlchl'OnlP' rnlgh motifs of purple ostrich. I boys 'ud rather not have him around. Pig fet< ....at Freak.In Rendering a Reason. The Sleeve Question. -

IJ with closed eyes choose from the mans Many of the Madeleine et Made He held four aces Three times the the city fcfc Miss., then r As the golf season opens! your business In the ndvim models, whIp sheevea I ,
house,
beautiful models offered. This lelne elaborate 'evening' wraps' ar jam evenlnV Is said to be aifl/ K&itc-Jersey phi friends resume their artfUmentt\ seem to be more favored then the '

4 l lot showing many beaded evening completed with foot length boas v.mtrlcn : "That was luck:!I" with eight leu/flMHIpj- ears to prove that a man can An more workIn ong. Hunt variety. Decorated Mwven.according .

A'It dresses, using square, oblong ant .... tis. full length wrap "No. It wasn't even skill It wu two tails, tn>*V IR, scud' ) otherwise' four hours. a day than he can In to some house* will he as
color
round crystal beads In Jet and\ In have collar and stoll-lllte} trimming rears ge." single bod/f': PpTange. eight.-James J. Montague. well }liked a* ever.'and they win ceo-
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also\ many large cabuchons In blgicolors. formed of thick ostrich boa. -.I tlnae to be of a contrasting fabric.
Rhinestone and Jet motifs act r /
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PAGE EIGHT. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORID.t'

I _- Mrs. Bottle-Parnell is ill at this BAPTIST CHURCH In'r I !
Jacksonville( were visitors here Wed. SAMPSON: CITJ1Sampson ,
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: _____..._.. ,_._.. 't! nesday. Edward City July 21.-Fred P. S. Crews was attending to busl The members of tho uhur'
E. L. Padgett and grandson, Dt'8\-1 will ba
in Waldo Thursday.B. gregation pleaded t u
Carter of Green Cove visited was a visitor to Starke Wednesday., ness
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( called to Valdosta the nature of the scrvk'day -
Mills Ednaree and Juanita/ Smith, of I F. Rcnfroo was
relatives and friends hero Thursdayand
hft County News Items I I Gainesville, spent the week-end hort Ga., last Friday on business. In the morning\ 1 11 1 '
Friday.
the to the Asi\ .
E. II. O. Rivers and W. M. Hodges: delegates m
of Maxvill'c is with their grandmother, Mrs, S,
Mrs L. M. Griftix, i
Starke will of ,
=- attending to business in Land speak the W"rl" i
i .spending a few days here with relatives Jones. I were
''j14 Interesting Feet Gathered During the Week by Our I Messrs.\ L. T:. Johns and Lam Brown' Monday. six hundred or more you 1
I I to business !- have been engaged during rh
I attending
/ Regular Correspondents.zascri Miss Ollie Marr and Baldwin Mun were visitors to Earleton Beach last I C. A. Johns was
ii 11 I in Lake Butler Monday.P. days. We know they will '
I --- I were visitors to Lavvtey Monday. Thursday.Mrs. I K.> Crews was attending: to business their subject, and with t i..
__ ......:_ = B. II. Ricks arrived Sunday from S. E. Jones /gave a social Wednesday '
: w --- I Raiford Monday.Mr. known abHity to speak ,
\ --- Mamasota for a few days visit with ,, night in honor of her daugh matters inl wii
Mrs. J. W. Bedcnbaugh had as her R. J. Turner were vis a profitable and inspiring -
iiir' BROOKEUBrooLer II. C. Wimberly and family before going .. ter-in-law, Mrs. F. P. Jones, of F't.1 and Mrs. i< '
guests last Tuesday, Mrs. W. E. Baker to Palm Beach where ho will be lo. Pierce. Music was enjoyed until.a.; I King friends in Gainesville last week The evening service will) h>
i I i July :21.-Rev. Joyner of and daughter, Geneva, of Luke sated late hour, the players being Mr. one I Mrs Dora Uenfroo was visiting her: church lawn. Should the weaic

r'' i It '+ Dukes will fill his regular appointment Geneva. The following Wl're'isitoTII from Mrs. J. N. Thomas, Mamie Hull and brother, IJ. Johns, on Wutoronk Saturday vent an outdoor service we
,, here next Saturday and Sunday; I Mr and Mrs. S. M. Simmons ,who here to Kingsley lake Sunday, Mr. I Joe Williams. A large crowd was and Sunday. duct the worship In the thurrl,
j At the Free Will Baptist church. have been visiting in Virginia; are the I: and Mrs F. D. Lang and little son, I present and reported a nice time. I II Mr. and Mr's.' U. D. Johns, of Pine Sunday school lessons have b,

Fred Huzen is spending this week guests of her }parents, Mr. and Mrs Mrs II. C. Wimbi-rly, Misses F.thcll I W. J. Jones, of Graham, was a visitor Hill, were here Monday.THERESSA. the past few weeks bearin

at Otter Creek ding relief work. P. B. Hunt. Ricks, Beth and Winifred Wimberly here Monday. > \ Daniel and his times. Dr. Bui1'

Several from here attended the !Masonic \ I Mr. Crosby, of Brooker, was a busIness and Max Wimberly.Rev. I I Mrs. E. H. Smith, of Gainesvillespent made a special effort U sccur*

1 1 ? i picnic LaCrosBe Friday. : visitor here this week. James Conway and son, Foster ( the week-end here with her I Philadelphia 1set of beautiful''

i ; j ; 1 Lucian Hazen, who is attending the J. R. Bevill, of Graham, was' trans- and H. Wimberly, Jr., of Sun- mother, Mrs S. E. Jones. Theressa, July 21.-:Messrs.\ B. C. orcd slides on "The Life and r! ..

t University of Florida, spent the week acting business here Friday. nyside, spent the week-end here with Mrs. J. N. Thomas is visiting her Owsley, J. L, and Kyle King left Saturday 'Daniel and these will be usi"

% ': end'here with homefolks. Ollie Manning, of .South Florida, relatives and friends. I sister, Mrs.o'rank Rosignol,, in Jacksonville for Palm Beach and other: ,lustrate the sermon. The y'rand

i has been a recent visitor here. Mrs L. A. Marr and son, L. A. Jr., this week. points of interest in South Florida.Mr. I women of Starke, togetn' .

Lewis Shrlver end R. A. Weeks i Mrs. Aldridge Dyul, of Jacksonvllli,1s Miss Della Blanchard( and Albert Jennings : Ernest McKinney was a visitor! to I I and Mrs. Jim Keen and little the children are especially .ube

f' ''t-. pent Friday afternoon in Gainesville", spending this week with her mother of Lawtey, were visitors here Gainesville one day last week daughter, I Dorothy, of Punta Gurdu, i in attendance upon this yet

"';' Allen Surrency, of Plant City, !spent! Mrs. Hester Wynn. Monday. I' L. L. Johns and Lem Brown were I I are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. course the older folk will be, u

1 Sunday here with relatives. W. A. Rawlins of Waldo, was i 1\ Mrs Wimberly and daughter Wini visitors to Starke Friday i J. P. Padgett.Mrs. in goodly numbers, but; Mi\ MI

\, JMr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot nn.l1:business visitor here this we ek. fred and B. H. Ricks were visitors to N. A. Jones was a visitor to Gyi- :.: : Goar and daughter; Janet, of asks the young folk to make ai!. ..

i daughters, attended church at :r.ji1ler B. Y. Saxon and son, Vivian, of Jacksonville Tuesday.W. ham Monday. Jacksonville! are visiting her brother, to share In the benefits of th

t i I.i Sunday. I' Pompano, are guests of his brother, E. Marr made a business! trip to Quite a crowd enjoyed a fish fry i IC.; M. Humphrey.Mr. vice.

c t Inman Harrison of Worthington, J. II. Saxon.M. Jacksonville'Tuellday. at the schoolhouse Saturday. : and Mrs. B. C. Powell and children ,
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} Misses Carrie Belle Brown and Annie i Z. Sullivan and family, of Miami Mrs J. A. Starling was shopping in Among the visitors to Starke Saturday I. left Sunday for their home in biles, aswas plenty shown room last Sunda! .t i>

Howard, of Dukes, were visitors here are guests of friends and relatives in Starke Tuesday. were Ray Good e1 Willie Dyal, Lurkin, after visiting relatives here closer "
to tht
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cars a
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Suturday afternoon. ; town this week. -_- Lem Brown, B. Parries and T. V. Wil I the I'lUIt five weeks that late
r R. A. Weeks, G. B. Colson and son' W. C. Hunt and family, of Sampson n.\1Jo'00W Hams I II Calvin Triest and, John Hall left es, In order comers
Rvssle, were visitors to Starke Thursday City have located on M. V. Knott's I Saturday for Miami where they will I I be compelled to occupy a place
from the screen. Bring
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large farm east of town. Ralford,. July 21.-Mr. Nnhb, of) WOODLAWNWoodlawn be employed for some time.
t Mr. aiM Mrs F. A. Andreu, of New I Lee Parker and wife, of Campville, Sapp, was in town one day last week., I I :Miss Gertie Swimlfl visited relatives pany. along; and don't forget theily.

River, spent Saturday here at the were visiting here Sunday. Hall!! Sunday.'
I W. JI.[ Andrews; was a business visitor / July 21.-Frank Craw- near Putnam Bible school at 9:45: ; a. nit, ur
home of their son, S. V. Andreu. A. L. Sullivan and family, of Vero, 't --
I to Jacksonville Tuesday. ford, of Jacksonville, spent the weekend V. I' U. at 7
lion R. A. Green; of Starke, passed are visiting friend and relatives here here the guest of relatives and i IIRADKORD p. m.
LaC'roHse Mr. Driggers, of Lake Butler, wag
through here Friday, enroute to this week. I.I'
''I where he spoke at the Masonic! : Mrs.! R. L. Crews and,] family spent a visitor here Tuesday afternoon. friends. .I A TKIP TO JAPAN:
I T. Fred Waters has sold 1 his farm hereto Bradford, July 21.-:Mrs. J. V. Edwards ']
picnic.L. I the week-end at Highland. Mrs. Ollie Hendley and children, '
Mr. Waters will visitor over to I
,1 'Ar J. S. Norman. was a business
+ A. Brown was in Graham Thurs W. R. Jackson and :family, who< B., Martha and Louise who have been : Sunday night the services i''
his family to Starke this week, Worthington Monday
lay morning I have been visiting at Cedar Keys, returned visiting at Mayo for several weeks,, move Baptist church were held u
Prof. A. B. '''Shaw of Gainesville, to their home here last Satur returned to their home here Wednes having\ purchased property there.J. J. C. Willoure spent Saturday and grounds west 'of the church, n.
I S. Norman was a business visitor Sunday greeting friends! at Pulatka
t was transacting business here Tues. great comfort of the large audicn
day.Miss to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Messrs. Mabry Harrell, Fate Norris
I day.Mrs.. I. W. Pinholster, who has been Pauline Jones, of Baker county I After his sermon Dr. Bullen pre..
day.Mrs. and Mrs. J. M. Norman were and Percy Moody, of LaCrosse, attended -
L. Morgan and children, who a guest of Mrs. I. J. Priest for several is visiting hero at the home of Mr. ed, views from Japan on the sen
in Starke Saturday,, services hl'reloJlflny: night.
have been spending the past few I days, left Monday for her home In and Mra..A. D. Andrews this week. shopping / One hundred slides were shown. ,
Mrs. N. D. Davis and family attended i T. B.' Edward and family left Saturday -
weeks with relatives at Sampson, returned I Green Cove Springs. Curtis Rosier was a visitor to Baker Renting landscapes, cultural fcatui
church at Union Sunday.Mr. for their home at Ellenton, after -
'+ l home Sunday. I I,. J. Wynn anti family have located l county )rlday'morning. industries) and social life. This +'",
and Mrs. Robert Osteen of Jack- several, I weeks' visit here with relatives -
R. W. Surrency, of Graham, was In in the Geiger residence on Church I Dr. Mann,' Butler, was a as good I as a short trip to the lane
sonville, were visitors. here Saturday. und friends.
ti r here Wednesday afternoon. street Mr. Wynn is a partner in the professional visitor in town (luring the cherry blossom.
I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Johns were visitors Mrs W. M. Harrell! was a business
; Misses!' Thelma and Jettie Thomas, Hampton Telephone Co., and was Jot j last week ffCarl I I The main object of the pictures
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to Jacksonville Tuesday. visitor to LaCrosse Saturday.Mr. .
I Andrews who has been visitIng -
of Cootur Pond, spent Sunday here at : his work. ,
t eating near to show the successful work of 1I M
,V. II. Norman, of Jacksonville, was and Mrs. C. J. Crews attendee I
,t the home of Mr and Mrs. A, A. Ilaz Mrs.! G. W. Hicks was a business his mother, Mrs. Drew Addcrson, brave and zealous missionaries
here Saturday visiting homefolks. church here Saturday night. I
j I returned
en. visitor to Starke this week. in Jacksonville, for a week,
there to Induce the Japanese to
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Mrs.\ Norman accompanied him back Misses Georgia and Virginia Edwards
'' P. M. Barefoot has purchased a Ford Capt. Heiberger, of Brooklyn, was: here Wednesday
6 I of Jacksonville spent and will riperfd a few days with friendsin attended l a sing at Pine Hill brace I Christianity. The missionary
business here last Mon- Avery Tyson, ,
1'd d touring car. transacting Jacksonville. have been successful, and, ns thiii"
I, Mr. and Mrs. L W. Sowell of Ala lust week-end at his home here. I Sunday.
fast in Japan and its o
move ,
day.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Eodus Thornton spent very
chua, spent a few days here last weekon I \ F. A. Scott of Starke, was the Ovid Brooks, of Jacksonville, spent with relatives. pie are rapidly becoming devotcei'
las last week-end with his parents, Mr Sunday in Lawtey ItUNOTHRIFTMr. (
business. L. J.
1 guest of her brother, Wynn, I the western civilization, the tim<
;, '/t ; Mr. and, Mrs. R. L. McDitvjd and week. and Mrs. J. O. Brooka not far distant when th
t''t't daughters, Ivy and Jewel, of Cooter Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore, of The- Mr. and Mrs. Mark Tomlinson und] WATERMILL1Yatermill : I Edward;; A. Runo, of Kingslej I will probably give Confucius for Christ me

Pond, were visitors here Saturday of- ,i n-HHii, were guests of her parents, Mr. little granddaughter were visiting at Luke, and Miss M. Malinda Thrift, of Nirvana! for up heaven.
i ternoon. : anil Mrs. David 1 Jones, Tuesday. the home of Mr. al1
'; : !Mrs R. A. Weeks and children an II. B. Wrest was a business visitor i- Saturday. D.V.. Pinholster, of St. Petersburg,, Green in hid office, Wednesday, morning -
infant daughter of Mr. und I spent the weekend here with rela- July 12th. SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES
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te' ,, spending a while at Kingsley lake. I to Waldo, this week., I
' Mr. Matthews, of Lake City, was Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, who hall: Mrs. .L. B. Ritch/!) passed away Monday tives.We Mr. Runo until recently operated a
a transacting business!! here last Fri- I been the guest of her son, Cleveland, night after.an illness of only a few ore glad to report that Mrs. J., large, canning plant at Long Branch. Board met in regular session'
day. of Then-sea, returned to her home on days. The little one was taken ser- H. Brown is better at this writing. He is now promoter of the Stricklant 3rd, with all members present, L l*

Mrs. Jno. Shrlver spent last weekat Monday. iously ill last Friday and although :Mr and Mrs. J. Goodge and son,, resort at Kinpraley, he is a thorough \ Kickliter, E. T. Campbell and A

DeLnnd attending the Baptist as111bly. O. Haynl'f, proprietor of Haynes' everything was done the relieve its were guests of the latter's parents,, and prosperous business man. His Itazen. .

s, '''' Hotel was a business visitor to the sufferings, it gradually grew worse Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Brown, of Sampson bride is the charming young daughter I Minutes of last meeting read >

:' Rev. Proctor, of Luke Butler, filled county seat Saturday. until the end. The entire community Sunday. of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thrift, recently : I approved.

,; his appointment hero Sunday. Airs C. P. Sasser and daughter, I extends its heartfelt sympathy to the Mrs. B. Thomas and daughters, of Long Brunch. I The election returns from Hamp,

Several from hero attended the social Clara May of Valdosta, who have beer grief-stricken parents. The little body Rerrell!!, Verlie and Anna Belle, were Their many friends wish them all and Theressa special tax school .P

p' at the home of Jno Colson, of: the guests of Mrs. Snsser's father, P. was laid to rest Tuesday afternoon at guests of her (Daughter, Mrs. A. H happiness on life's journey. I tricts showed that Theressa voted

.. Pine Hill Saturday night B. Hunt, haVe returned to their home Sapp cemetery, Rev. Barnes perform- Warren, Sunday. for consolidation and nineteen oguu
y' Mrs Tiercy Roberts is spending this I tog the funeral service. Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown were FORD IIUILPS OWN and Hampton voted twenty-three f''

o week at Cooler Pond with her sister, IK;ii LAND Miss Penn Whitten, who has been shopping in Brooker Wednesday. WINDSHIELD:' GLASS and nothing against.

I : Mrs Elizabeth Connerly, who is very I visiting ia St. Augustine for aver n Alva Thomas spent the week-end at r The secretary and chairman of the

ill at this time. Highland July 21.-Mrs. E. Wilkinson month, returned to her home Monday, Brooker with relatives. ]Departs From Customary ;Method und board ore directed to take up $OOSa'

L. A. Brown and daughter, Iris, visited relativesln Jacksonville night. Mrs. Bryant and Evan Hodges, Sol-! Applies Ford PrinciplesThe o1 old indebtedness, which amount

spent Monday. afternoon in Gnlnesville. I several days last week. I !Mrs.\ J. H. Denmark i ftnd children, lie Carter were transacting businessin iur' proportionate part to equal a po

/ Robert L. Crews, of Hampton, ar- Seeber and l Mildred, of St. Augustine, Brooker Saturday.Miss Ford Motor Company, Detroit, ment of $5,000 promised to be paid '>

t Mr. and Mrs M. P. Matheny spent rived Tuesday to take charge of the are visiting her parents here, Mr. and Rhoda Brown left Monday for has begun to manufacture its own T. nion county school board.

p Tuesday in Gainesville. railroad section here. Mrs. W. M. Whitten. Starke to spend a whjje with friends plate glass, and already has in opera- Material will bo furnished to made

R. A. Weeks spent the week-end in Mr. und Mrs\ Owen Marr and baby, Mrs: Green and daughter, Katie here Wednesday tion the first modern glass house ever 'iirdition, to Ziff school if the Patrols

''I Starke.Iiewis; of Mints, were here last week to attend Belle, Mrs Jim Ritch and Herbert' equipped especially to make glass for will do the work.

Thomas, of Cooter Pond, was Ii the funeral of his brother, John Ritch attended the funeral of little ZIFF nutomobiles. This board wishes to have all Braii-"

t A visitor here Thursday afternoon. Marr, who was accidentally "shot near Louise Ritch Tuesday afternoon. I As is customary when taking over ford county teachers to stay with us

Little Vera Gainey, who was very here Monday night and died later. Zit?, July 21.-An enjoyable birthday the manufacture of a new product,, nnd we assure you we will do the best

illlast, week with scarlet fever, Is im Miss Bessie Nicholson and brother,, MILLER-- dinner was given at the home of Ford has applied his own principles for you, that we are able.
proving at this writing. Woodrow returned to their home in Mr, and !Mrs. S. L. Prescott Sundayin of production, and, as a consequence,, No temporary certificates will 00

H. P. Gainey spent Monday afternoon Jacksonville Friday after several Miller, July 21-Rev. E. B. Joyner honor of their daughter, Avy's 15th the methods and machinery used in asked for until all efforts!!! to get regular

attending to business in Gaines weeks' visit here with relatives. Riled) his regular appointment at Harmony birthday Games were played till the making/ Ford glass are a radical departure ) certificated teachers have been exThere -

ville.Mrs' George Parker, Jr., went to Jacksonville Free Will Baptist church Saturday : noon hour when dinner*was spread in from established practice. The ha'tstesi.

: L. Cone, of Alachua, is hereon Friday for a few. days visit and Sunday, the yard with plenty of good things to ford continuous conveyor system features being no further business the

a visit with relatives with frieids. Denzil Thomas was the guest of hit eat. A large crowd attended on this the operations so that from the board! adjourned to meet August) 7th.

9 R Johns, of Hampton, passed thru Messrs. Underhill, of Orlando, and,] .ulster, Mrs. W. M. Thomas! of Long occasion and Miss Starling received time the glass leaves the furnace until 1 1022. '

i Miss Tave Andreu, who has been C. M. Click of Jacksonville, were attending Bridge Sunday several presents. They all returnedto it becomes a polished windshield. ,

__ Blending" some time with relatives at to business here Friday P. M. Barefoot and Tom Andreu, of : their homes in the late afternoon, It, is'alwaya moving. Subscribe for the Telegraph.

1i Alachua, returned to her home Mon M. L. Crews, of Raiford;spent several Brooker, attended church: here Sun- after wishing Miss Avy many more Glass making, when viewed in the

tt. day. days here with relatives last day. happy..birthdays. Ford? plant, looks to be very simple.

+ B. Y. P. U. 'Sunday: evening, eight week. Miller baseball team crossed bats Mr .and Mrs. R. P. Lewis and son, The raw materials are introduced into

o'clock. The program will be carriedout Miss Ethel Ricks and W. M. Wim with New Zion Saturday afternoon at Ovid, and Mrs. Charlie Kelley and the furnace where they become a molten CAT RUl

at the Free Will Baptist church berly were business visitors to Starke New Zion, the score being 13 to 8 in children spent ,Sunday, guests of Mr. ; mass Drawn from the furnacein Catarrh Is a loon.) till...-,.." vrently. Inca
and on accoifit of the church servicesall Wednesday favor of New Zion. and Mrs R. B. Thomas. a semi-liquid state, the glass passes need : by ccinmllimimuP cnnjUiou
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_ P members are urged to be'present Robt. L. Crews spent the week-end George Miller, of the law department Mrs. Lacy Prevatt left Tuesday for under a'roller, which gives it width Tonic. taken Hitprn.vly and acts through

j at the hour mentioned. Miss Cone, with his family at Hampton. of Emory University Atlanta, !Jacksonville where she underwent an and thickness, and on to a moving of the Mu blond e... 'upo", ,.."'TI':14 mu: oug CATARRH emrfacfl
leader J. L. Brlggs) and C. O. Guess! of ts home on a ten day visit with his .operation.The onveyor. This carries it for 464 feet MEniCTVi normal: enntlltinn'r" '3 \alJlj\ In restoring'

Sunday school every Sunday afternoon 7 parents. annual meeting will be held at through a gradually cooling furnace.At All DIM.,IF' .c ulan tree.
rt 4 o'clock. Mr. and :Mrs. J. M. Mott, of Lake Rock church today, Saturday and Sun' the end it is cut and placed on another I F. J. Cheney & t;0., Toledo, Ohio.

b MONEY TO LOANAt Butler, spent the week-end with the day An invitation is extended to all conveyor' which carries it thru

i HAMPTOX: atter's parents, Mr. and Mrq. Roland the grinding and polishing, after
t 3 percent interest Tbomas. NEW RIVER which it is ready for use.

;' Hampton, July 21.-Mrs. Easton, THE FEDERAL RESERVE LOAN Mrs. E. H. Douglass Is .seriously illat This adds a new link to the fast ,

Miss Eunice Lowe, Mrs. V. I,. Geiger, COMPANY her home and her many friends New River, July 21.-Cecil Adamsof rowing chain of Ford Industries, )
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I and Mrs T. J. Durden have returned fish her a speedy recovery.Mr. Jacksonville, was here Monday on which are being established and expanded :':- 1)
from Pablo Beach. They report a Is lending money on Real Estate at 3 and Mrs. John Rogers of buslne s. from time to'time in line with : j;

'fl pleasant trip. percent Interest; long time payments.If Worthington, visited relatives here -- \ the F.irJ policy to achieve complete ',,\1\

Mrs. T. J, Priest, who has been visiting Interested see last week. No Worms in a Healthy/ Child Independence of outside material sour-
relatives and friends at Green Seeber Stokes visited friends at All chlldr .a troubled with Worms have an ces In manufacturing Ford products,
home E. W. IIAVEM: healthy",, !...r.which L Indicate poor blond and and atthe
her afternoon. time
Cove Springs returned to Alachua Sunday un-I same are the meansby
FLORln.666 .\. rule, them! m mom rrrloiva. .stomach
} here Monday.M. STARKE Eldred Duncan, of Lake Butler attended GROVES: TASl .I,.>:: CU. IONIC: Bl veo re which Ford is enabled to use in the
L. Watterson and L. J. Wynn church here Sunday night. tarly fur two or three, %., <. w enrich the blued production of motor cars trucks and
Unproven'lr< ,i' c. .
were transacting business at the county Miss Grettis Thomas visited rela- .ntniiTim .4' t* nu-... ..nerl.ts''Ugtb'l,,...a wrl, theo actors, material or unusually high
'r site Monday tives in Starke last week. IhrnwotTr- > I 6lwtllbe, I quality and !sell! them at the famous
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R. E. Lee, of Theressa, was a business J, L. Brown was transacting'business : to Ford prices.

visitor here this week. "** In Lake Butler one day last week. iATc grind Our Own Lenses
i Mr\ E. E. Strickland and children, Cures Malaria, Chills and Fever Several of the younger'set attendedthe Piles Cured In 6 to 14 DaysBrtLlgtn. Cures Malaria, Chills

't of Citra were guestst of her cousin, dengue or Bilious Fever. It kills party at D. W. Borum's home in locuraT Itching..r fjtrt,:: .rncr.rI.r.: ,..,:: at Pnttrudln OINTMENT Pile filL 666 Fever, Bilious Fever, NODELAYgainesviiie t

Mrs. E. C. Williams, this week. the germs. Lake Butler Friday night. tttta.. '. T. isnnf'I4 s''. "'"v .n 1B"I wkr.x-i.. yru Mo cvi 1 e 5., Colds and LaGrippe. Florida.

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