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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 28, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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VOLUME FORTV-FOUR. STARKE, FLORIDA .FRIDAY, JULY 2 8, 1)22.!) NUMBER- l FIVE. ) ,

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TIEMPT MADE I For many years Mrs. Ray was an from Rocky Mount, N. C., where state

I avtiyities;invalid( and of unable her community to take part, but in the in GOVERNMENT SAYS RAIL AND MINE troops;were from called Massachusetts to quell strike and New disorders RAILROAD'S MO. ,: '



TO WRECK FAST I help home earlier to and life the church.she distressed was But a worker ones sympathy, were for and her always -! STRIKES MUST BE'ENDED AT ONCE points.HampKhire trains, where and from train various wreckers other derailed TIVE POWER\ IS ii



TRAIN AT TOCOI I such succor cheerfully was bestowed within by her her powers.when PRESIDENT[ I INVITES- OPERATORSTO I stubbornness of the union chiefs In Shopmen Stand Firm RUNNING DOWN ,

During her long, weary illness she RESUME MINING UNDER: I, refusing to recede one step from the The ahopmen, the first of the rail 1

never complained but was always pa- FEDERAL PROTECTION I position taken early in the two strikes craft to go out, stand firm upon their ;'.

gg.t", SECTION FOREMAN FIND tient and appreciative. I! that has brought about the present demands made to tho labor board and t '.1\I "

SWITCH THROWN AND TAR- The funeral service was at the Methodist GOVERNMENT: DETERMINED TO I'deadlock, so President Harding! and announce that they will fight to the TRAINS MAY UK BROUGHT TOSTANDSTI1.L :1

,:JET SET FOR CLEAR LINK church Friday afternoon at 4 SAVE PEOPLE FROM SHORT his advisors have decided it is the bitter end to regain their seniority IF SHOPMEN'S: : j tit

o'clock. Rev. J. B. Rooney, of Jack- AGE OF COAL AND TIE-UP time for drastic measures!' if the people rights and their former scale of wages STRIKE CONTINUESWashington 1\\

M; Augustine, July 25.:; -A dastard- sonville, conducted the service, assisted I are to be saved the dangers and B. M. Jewell their president, has held 1'1,

"!) attempt to wreck trains on the sector by Rev. L. W. Kicklitcr. The choir The United' States is superior Co ; discomforts of a coal shortage and a several conferences with the labor / iluly 22.-Tho motive

of road south of St. Augustine sang "Rest for the Wenry" and any organization existing within its'I transportation tie-up. board, but each conference has resulted power of all railroads/ In the country' '

|W/I'/ discovered this morning" by the "Asleep in JCHUH." A profusion of borders; the welfare of its people is Rail Disorders in a deadlock. The roads of will bi seriously crippled, if not completely I ;a

ie,''pen foreman who on inspecting the flowers from Jacksonville florists, paramount to the wishes of any com ,I Spreading the Northwest have announced they stopped' before many weeks if ,.,'

[ track noted that the switch lock, connecting from Raiford and from Starke were binations of capital or labor which I Increased violence and a steady were ready to meet tho shopmen's demands the strike of the six federated shop- ".

I the switch to the main line I given as graceful tokens of love and may decide to fight it out along strike ,, swelling of the ranks of rail strikers and that the Eastern! railroads! crafts continues, it was stated In official -

I had .been filed and the switch propped remembrance. Beautiful floral pieces!! lines "if it takes all summer." i.s: bringing into play the government's were responsible for prolonging I quarters today.

I open' with a stick of wood. were contributed by the Woman's Club With the announcement of this de- extensive mobilization of airplanesand strike By the. middle of August it was said q s

That it was the intention of the per- of Starkethe W C. T. U. and Unitl'1IDllug.hters cree by the administration at Wash motor and water transport to Order! Mines i Reopened locomotives on all railroads will be 1 ,

Ipeirator( of the crime to cause the of the Confederacy. ington, Pl'esidentollardinlt has set out prevent the complete Tie-up nf tho "The freedom of action on the part ,legally/ unfit\ for traveling./

I wrecking of a train was evidenced Interment took place at the fam- to save the nation from the evils ofa mail service. Scores of motor trucks of workers and on the part of employers Locomotives. require "barberlng" to ) t

I \b, the fact that the target was set to ily burial ground at Crosby cemetery, transportation tie-up, which threatens ':are being used in the areas where the docs not measure in importancewith keep them in condition, and the laws i ti

11: nify that everything was safe and
| t< nroceed at full speed. The dis- charge. The active pallbearers were, and also to prevent the coal shortage I the elaborate plans perfected by cabinet seem\t.1. I therefore invite you Usually a pilot requires repaint after -. teach
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livery was made! 'but a short time bo- Messrs. G. W. Alderman, E. S. Mat- 'which impends as the result of idle officials provides for a complete to return to your mine properties und trip( regardless/ of the distance ','

I fore train No. 38 was due, but the thews, F. A. Scott, J. F. Colley, J. M. : ness in all the anthracite and most of mail service independent. of tho railroads resume operations." Thus did President traversed, and when this attention Is '

I margin of time was sufficient to per- Mitchell, J. II. Bitch; honorary pallbearers the bituminous mines since April 1.. should tho strike cause a pnnilr I Harding firmly but tactfully lay not given the locomotives' ,deteriorate M

[ mi the tragedy that would have followed were Messrs. A. Z. Adkins!, I First Attention to Mines I ysis of transportation by rail. dawn the law to bituminous operators rapidly. t t ,.
details of the mobilization
K. R. Poppell, J. M. Truby, C. A. The chief executive turned his first The planwero who hud, long. argued between them- "
if the train had rolled the (
over Of 70,4+ie: locomotives in the United
Futc A large motorcade of sorrowing I worked out by Secretary of Commerce selves accepting the president's 'Ii', !
tide attention to the coal situation, follow I over
with switch
track open. Hoover and were ready to bo Spates over 280,000 miles of truckage, ,I ,
friends followed the remains to 1 i
arbitration offer.
I ing the point-blank refusal of the union 1
rrain No. 38 arrives from the south fully 10,000 of them were in need of }
I set going on Oct 31 of last year when ,
their last of tho that
resting place. The decision president
miners, through their officials, toaccept
.05 and the with repairs in the first week following. tho .
u'' : a. m., tampering the threatened rail strike was culled
above all
the president's offer of arbitra- mining was paramount unIon -
ihi track was done during the nightearly off. .It'was realized the time, however strike order. There are only 4,500 ,
ARMY: BEGINS TO DWINDLE) tion to settle the wage controversies difficulties came after the UnitedMine r
points in the United States where
hours. engines -
II morning that the postponement of rail-
'between operators and miners. All Workers, through their president
\ be repaired, and
The train today was crowded with Officials Expect to Reduce Enlisted the anthracite operators and the more road trouble( was only temporary, and 1 John L. Lewis, had flatly refused tonccept with dispatch.may These shops expertly for {,
tho mobilization worked out are
uat cngers and it usually passes Too Forces' to 12,:>,000 by Aug. I. important of the bituminous mine plan was the government's arbitration the most part roundhouses along the 't

junction at high speed. Railroad owners acceptance to the ,plan, to be immediately applicable in a offer. The striking miners, both nn-
gave fu-I rail lines and are operated by members r
special agents and deputies were rushed Reduction of the regular army to whieh'wa! that the mines be operated, I ture emergency.To trucite and bituminous rejected the of thu shop crafts", union.

to the scene and officials reportedthat the strength of 125,000 enlisted men, under wage and working conditions Provide Essentials<: ), president's otter after ho had announced .. ,
No deftdly blow to Interstate
an attempt was'! being made to( provided for by congress in the cur- obtaining as of March'31 last, while a Under the proposed scheme it was, I that, if necessary, ho would seize: more '.
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could bo dealt the road, f
commerce
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JitAin bloodhounds in an effort to ]loai rent army appropriations bill, already national commission investigates the estimated that If the railroad were I the mines and draft citizens to work : ;
than for the workers to
shop .
I* the would-be wreckers. is in progress. The coast artillery, entire coal digging business and then I operated 20 per cent the public could them, rather than have tho country go on t
strike technical of the
a export
government 4
medical corps and various other staff : submitted a compromise offer on wages be supplied with essentials I indefinitely *- suffer a fuel famine. '
declared. Ha added that "it
DEATH OF !MRS. RAY corps are beginning) to dwindle in size and working conditions. by a series of priorities, and, even The anthracite operators, without matters; little if all the brotherhoods ,I i '

with recruiting shut off.The Following( the refusal of the United '' in the eventuality of complete stoppage diSHpntion, accepted the president'splea oJ II '
or affiliated crafts join the strike, the ;
Calm on the bosom of thy God, army began the fiscal year witha Mine Woikers' officials' to permitthe : of railroad i transport, every city for,peace through the good ofllccs locomotive repairmen deal I the deathblow '

Fair spirit rest thee now." total of 128,700 enlisted men, approximately men to return to the, pits under I and town in the United States could of u now board of arbitration, but the If they hold out long enough." ,

of them being in President Hard be supplied with all tho essentials of indicated i
07,000 the plans suggested, .
Mrs. C. P. Ray breathed her last nt The ensuing week, it was learned I ;
the United States. A total less than ing invited the bituminous ''mine 6perutors life for a period of CO to( 00 days by that it was not unanimous.The f'1'I M
nor home on North Walnut street, on will see thousands of locomotives- ;
125,000 will be reported by Aug. 1, it to reopen their mines and resume the effective utilization of motor and soft coal operator, however, as a
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Thursday, July 20th, at 3 p. m.Tough tiered out of commission.
is expected. This number will be the digging of coal, under tho water transportation. body, offered to put their mines and .
a long illness and ever in- "It is foolish to suppose} the! officialslated ; j
I In of railroad trouble their services at the disposal of the
the in and with anticipation
maintained throughout year order protection of federal troops e
'[easing feebleness had made her demise "that five hundred thousandstrikebreakers ;
daily expected, yet the announce- to keep well within current ap- an American flag planted at the entrance Secretary Hoover proceeded to map government "in;this crisis, can be found, that will t f I
out the to take stock of the Tho president's plan for arbitration
propriations.Of of every mine to be operated. country,
ment that her hour had struck came do the work of tho regular shop crafts'men. ,
the troops in the United States,, Mines ''I resources on hand. the means of trnns- summarily rejected by the striking
Concentrate on Key
like a blow-it is so painful to realize It the strike continues another
about ; or 30,000 are in the infantry port available to each locality, the extent miners, proponed 1 that the men returnto
2,000
that a beloved friend had gone for- It is also the intention of the President their old wage three weeks, I doubt that any locomotives .
organization, and these men to which certain communities work immediately at -
"ver. to issue a call for volunteer miners on any road that will be fit for
will be called upon to perform the were self-sustaining, and the shortest scale, pending a complete investigation "
The deceased was born at Orange- greater part of any duty in connec- to dig coal, the president holding ,I i radius of transport for cuth area.Strikers' I of mining conditions, with particular \operation.
of the held in I In this connection it was! pointedout ;
that men now
burg Kentucky May 17, 1810, being many of
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tion with strikes. These men are now I I Ranks SwellulThe reference to cyst production,,
thus at her death 82 old. idleness through fear of their loadersand {that tho United States govern-
over years scattered in posts throughoutthe I ranks of the striking shopmen to bo made by a commission roproHentlng I
Her maiden Cassandra P.FarfW. army attacks by other strikers, will resume ment has at its call the service! of only 4
was
name country and are beginning their 'have' been Dwelled greatly during the miners, operators and the pub- '
coal and that of I 50 locomotive inspectors who operate
digging
/ She was a scion of a family many
of
time work of trainingthe last' week. Thousands union and lice
honored. annual peace the former miners will also return to under direction of a. bureau In the Interstate ,
and i
to
known history ever national guard and other reserve ;': non-union men in other rail branrheahave I The bituminous operators announced -
Her ancestors. were among the first elements of the United States army. the underground work, especially If thrown their lot with the IIhopI that they would reopun their minus foromerce commission. These '

settlers of Fairfax county, Virginia,, bonuses are paid for coal digging, as'I I men. Timothy Healy, president of tie Employers: generally hold the view Inspectors sire uuthurl/cd to! attach order .,
and Colonel Farrow and Joseph has been suggested. number five on any locomotive in ,
William stationary engineers, firemen and oil that coal production will result in Ohio \ :
COUNCILAt
OF CITY
MEETING
bituminous mines of service following inspection. Order
Tho
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Farrow served in the Revolutionary non-union least. It is .
at
understood
I ers, asserted that all members of his and Pennsylvania,
the now produce about 5,000- number five specifics that the locomotive .
war. For distinguished servicein country that regular troops. will
union, numbering 8,000 men and about army '
of the
an adjourned meeting. city coal week. The designated 'must' remain out of
000 tons of a country
the General Washington be to be sent to '
heilin readiness
army 7,000 non-union men besides, had goneon any
granted 2,000 acres of land in Kentucky county held July) 11th, the city coun- needs, however, a total of about 10- strike. district where disorders oc. commission until repairs specified are ) "

'to Joseph Farrow. This "was cil passed ordinance No. 11B, beingan 000,000 tons a week, and it is the gov I mining\ completed. Violation of the order, un- .
President
orders
In defiance of from cur.
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soon after Daniel Doone had begun his ordinance to regulate the parking ernment's plan to get this additional der act of congress/! of Feb 17, 1011) I
Grable it Is estimated that nearly -
,
explorations of "the dark' and bloody and leaving of automobiles on certain 5,000,000 tons each week. by concen- I 50,000 maintenance of way men HEKl' OU.SY'lil I DKAD may cause the Imposition of a fine of ", ,
streets in the town of Starke, Florida,, trating its efforts on the operationsof $100 on. the company operating/ the ,
called.
ground, as Kentucky was then .,have joined the strike, the men quitting -
after certain hours. mines in locomotive\ If railroad, rtht congsidering
the important "key" any i
Joseph Farrow moved,there with his be- more I work in small groups at various )Death wan Instantaneous and From' i
Ordinance No. 116 was passed, Western Pennsylvania Southern Ohio the line prohibitive, persistsin
,
family and possession of his CausesTuesday
rail centers in the country. More than Natural ,
tool ordinance requiring sewer connections defective, locomotives
ing an and Illinois. Once production figures operating ,
splendid blue domain
upon
ass 18,000 members of the American Fed -
in the town of Starke, Fla. reach the demand for soft coal, it is I lives of thousands of passengers will /
the tho
city
which built proud
later sheriff's office
was eration of Railroad Workers, e mployed afternoon
The following resolution was adopt be it declared. ;01
held that the strike will automaticallyend. endangered, was
of Lexington. on the New York Central at Toledo In Starke received a message from
the city > *\
ed, instructing and directing It was learned that efforts to Induce q
Cassandra Farrow united with the and Cleveland, Ohio, are on strike, Glen St. Mary, staling that Bert For-
raise 1922 assess- +
to commission /
tax assessor the Interstate commerce
Methodist church at the early age of Same Plan in Rail Strike according to Edward Iloakins, presi syth, prisoner, had died Monday af- t
ments: to suspend tho rigid Inspection testa j
twelve years. She was educated at council of the The government also intends to use dent of the organization. ternoon at the stockade of T. J. Knubb .;
the town the
Whereas, of locomotives in present emergency
Pleasant Ridge College, St. Joseph, Town of Starke'Florida deems it for exactly the same, methods in dealing Eight thousand clerks and freight contractor for county convicts, and in order that the utmost service I 41 l

Missouri. On the completion of her of Starke with the railroad strike l if conditionsdo handlers voted 86 per cent to strike, asking that his relatives, who live "
the best interest of the town could be obtained from the rolling; 4
education she was married to Richard increase'the assessment of all the not soon show some improvement.The according to W. G. Worrell, general near SUrke, remove the remains. Af- stock have proved unavailing. '

Ray, the ceremony taking place at St. within the government holds there is even chairman of the clerks' union on the ter notifying the latter, Funeral Director 11
real
personal and property "In order to safeguard the riding
Francis Methodist church, St. Joseph.To lower the millage less reason for a rail tie-up than thereIs Chicago and Northwestern. Membersof D. C. Jones was engaged to
town of Starke, and to public as well as the men who operatethe
the union were born four children, for the mines being closed, as the other crafts are going out In small bring the remains home and prepare ,
of said town. locomotives, the commission will .
namely: Mrs. J. W. White and Misses resolved by the transportation employes have struck numbers, it was Indicated. The greater them for burial, and he and G. II. lien
Now, therefore be it continue to order the engines out of ; ,
Olive and Amelia Ray of Starke, and Town Council of the Town of Starke, in defiance of an award made by the part of the maintenance of way men nett went to Glen St.!' Mary, in Baker service as rapidly as they are found .

Mr. L. C.'Ray, of Dunedin. United tales railroad labor board. The are expected to remain on duty, pending county. "
Bradford county, Florida: to be In need of repairs, one of the'
Always: loving and dutiful, the world That the City Tax Assessor C. A. killings, assaults, r.lotings, property the outcome of the series of conferences Forsyth, aged about 25: years, had commission's safety experts said. J

smiled back at her and her life was Knight, is hereby directed and Instructed damage and attempted interferencewith between President Grable lately been convicted in County JudgeGreen's ,
tranquil until the death of her husband assessmentroll transportation which has accom and the labor board relative to the court for various minor offenses -
to increase his IN COUNTY JUDGE'S)( COURTWalter ..
August 31, 1897. This was her for the 1922, fifty per cent panied the strike of the 300,000 shop- discontinuance by the railroads of tho and his aggregate fines and costs o

first great sorrow. But the wound year roll for the men and 100,000 other craftsmen who practice of railroads of making main- amounted to $70. Unable to pay this old Its"was
over his assessment year G reen, colored, 12 year ,
that time had almost healed was torn 1921, on all personal and real property have gone out in sympathy, have not tenance of way men do the work of sum, he had to take the alternative,, before Judge Green Saturday,

open again many years later, when, within the town of Starke, Flor- tended to. strengthen. tho strikers'case striking shopmen. seven months in the county jail liebadbeen'given charged with the theft of a watch. t

In 1918, herpromising grandson, Lieu- at Washington. Much Violence Reported- up to Contractor
The guilt was proven and he was sentenced
tenant Richard Ray White, died foe ida.This resolution shall be in full force Should the government decide to State troops have been called out in Knabb, who runs a turpentine farm,, for four years)In the Florida

his country in a far away land. But and effect from and after the date of throw the whole weight of its supportin many localities, and the number of but during the few days he had been Industrial School for boys. The boy

her dutiful and living children endea- its passage. keeping open the rail lines it is predicted federal marshals and deputies greatly there he had done little or no work on had been before the Judge previously .
vored to make her life pleasant as! that the call for volunteers for illness he had Q
as account of although
JONES of violence
DeWitt C. increased due to the growth but was then set at liberty after a lec
Possible, and a happier family than Attest: Chairman. this service, to work under the protection in the rail strike. Mail trains made no complaint at the time of his ture.

the mother and two of her daughters, of federal troops, state national removal to the turpentine farm. He
FUTCH derailed blown Moore
bridges the
C. A. have been up Tuesday cause p.V. vs
'in their flower embowered'home, could guard organizations United States Is have had medical attention
said
to
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Town Clerk. strikebreakers fired upon, and riots tho G. S. & } railway was tried. Mr. i
not well be When increasIng deputy marshals and assistants and afternoonhe
imagined. during the time. Monday
and demonstrations staged, in many Moore claimed )50 damages for a coW'that
age brought feebleness, the most Lajt Tuesday Mrs. E. J. Wainwrightgave cpunty and city guards, will quickly parts of the'country. Mail trains and dropped dead in the stockade. An had been killed, by one of the ''t

loving and tender care was given, and a spend the day party in honorof place the present rail strike in the through passenger trains have been inquest was held an.llt was found the railway company's trains. Tho jury

no pains were spared to prolong her her daughter, Mrs. W. N. Armor, same, category of the famous "out taken off by*many roads because of deceased had been a victim of aggra- awarded the' complainant $40.10,

life. She parted with her spirit peace- and a number of relatives and friends law" strike of two years ago and leadit lack of men and also because. of the vated erysipelas, and no one was held which carries with it the cost Incurred tin

fully while surrounded by her chil: enjoyed the happy occasion, among to the same Ignominious end. strike disturbances. responsible for his death. The remains bringing the suit D. E. Knight. 'a

t dren. It seems that 'a long life was the party being Mrs. M. E. Kite, of Unions Firm in Stand ,Strike disorders have been reported were brought to Starke Tuesday Esq., attorney for plaintiff; Joe Hill

I worth living in order to be allowed Orange Heights; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Tn both the coal and the rail strikes from Lovilla, Iowa, where a mail night and embalmed.The Williams, Esq., represented the defendant

; such a tranquil death. Thomas, of Palatka; Mrs. Ruby Roun. the government, in attempting settlements train was wrecked, and strikers refused deceased leaves father, mother l y'

'' .. children of Waldo Mr. and has found the to clear and other relatives, as well as miry '
the opportunity tree and ; mine owners on to' allow wrecking crows (
i Of a noble death'1s not an 'everyday Mrs. John Hall and baby, of Jacksonville the one hand and the railroad presidents the tracks; from Carbondale, Pa., friends to mourn his ultlmelyI"'a" Mrs. Sarah L.. Hamrick, Mrs. Nelle

fortune: ; Misses Mildred Taylor and Elizabeth on the other, willing to cooperate where an attempt was made to break Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth and .'j

p ; It is a gift which noble spirits pray Tarper, of Jacksonville; Basil In the plans that have been suggested into the armory to secure arms with Dr. :. P. Tomlinson' of Lake Wales, Miss Elma Robinette pent Saturday -

for." Rountree, of Waldo., by the government. It U the which to attack the railroad shops; spent Sunday here with friends. In Jacksonville. : ,r'' \

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FRIDAY. JULY 28, i I''. "
: j TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA. __ -' -

I TOWN TA X NOTICE!
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, I \ \" ." i held for selection at',8 Democratic: at the end of each week. Not all or Noli... I. 10..1? "Iven that thn followlnJr tkoa.ril..d )l.ndAI will be ...., Itb .

J:( i1t ," GOVERNOR-AP I nominee..., or tho state executive ,committee NO IORE SECRE-- : this sum is actual waste, but much of t"on Iha the County t'lns'f of MOND\Y a..dlor. !IN Stats AUGUST.or FIa.rldn 11122, or It .0 bring much the th..f 1tb lay as of wIll mId b.1D0ntt 00055I1;. ..
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: : : : I of the party may have the it is sfl regarded. Probably two-thirds t.I,. amount due for loses he..11I ..t cippoa&W the .emo. together with the eoot"1 ,,, .1'r,

i right-to name a candidate, or names of tho total, or 920,000,000 represents and adv.rtl.lD" T., Collec:0: o?

! ) : : POINTS SHEATS'SUCCESSOR j i may be placed on the ballot by peti! CYINK.K.KORGANIZATION- I I a dead loss to the strikers and the \
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( i country at large. DmerlvUon! S. .. H. T. A. Own.rAAtut 'II."

tion.At .. Ooa
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' any rate an interesting question! Labor Shortage Looms aub t dlv at m- ________*__--*--_____ r-2 < 22 3. J. Aaron ______
,. While bureau fcf the labor department 1 41 Coa ul>
iJII ,{ has been raised. ; one f"J'IY a ull.4.2. .T._ jgBikiT8 I' 22 JulIus Butler ______ ,
is receiving reports detailing v &jliTU 5 A5rk '
; vj.8g
;f I \ : Fred Beck ___ _
j" ''w. N. SIIKATS CLAIMED HY -- I the great extent of the losses dueto Lola I S 7 8 I SW Aluires'1 Ccr of .NW'II 6 S3 _

'; DEATH AFTER SHOUT ILLNESS KLAN STANISRh'IIINI D LEr.AI-;( | strikes, another bureau is receiving a A W\Jv.n. lns ,.' ... 28 < 22' Prod Boclt ______ ._
iiij t W. S. CAWTHON M'POTNrEO FOR f..t. 6 "t 'blk 1 L. & Coa adot __lill e 24 Mra C. S. Clyatt ____
LY CONSTITUTED OFFICERS | reports from a different group of field lilt 0 1'111"1'1. add __.-___ _..__.2- II lilt Mra. Eunice tl. lunova;
,. : UNEXI'IRED TERM: -HATHAttAY All Blk a L. T. & Ca cub oily _..28One II 22 Rose Cox --_________
For Twenty-One Years State AND HELP THEM workers tilling of jrrowliift shortage .
r. Superintendent WILL lot lOlftsq In SW Cor otSWA
.I Jti I "'I. ,iIo" ; j DECLINES: of Public, Instruction I of labor in the building trades anil, of SWW ______________--S8 8 22 E. W Drlitgor Eat _. .
of Blk 1 44 L. T. & Coa aubi
I Atlanta Ga., July 22.-Orders t<- automobile industries factories and, I..Jly2 _" "28 II 22 Lucy. Enitllih ._____'.
r iuu Tallahassee, July 22-Governor C. '' f and"l77nd"5V. 2" 13
ixjU
: Lute I
FllLI A. Hardeo tonight appointed W. S. I Jacksonville, July ia.-Dr. W. N.Slicots niijht! went forth front the imperial, on the farms. I''I i Ulk Id L. T. A CoV \ _______.28 8 22 }Florent FrcymcmU _
This of idle is divided Low 3 4 5 9 of BUt C Rebus
big men '
pJ : 4wthon, of DcFuniak Springs, statIuperin.tend..nt ., state superintendnnt! of public palace of the Ku Klux Klan in Allanj j army I add: -__-__-__--............28 622 Elbcrt Gnann .__.__
instruction, died shortly after eleven tn, directing Klans everywhere into three groups. The strikers wpleft ) Lot 1 "ik" 4 aa extended on nuey'a
toj:
ff ,4 of public instruction :may origins town ---_..---._._28 < 22 H. L. Gray ________
l o'clock here tonight at St. Luke's hcispitnl. abandon the use, of the white ma1c", their posts on the various railroads I Lol 6 7 s of Blk C Rotors
i to fill the unexpired term of the late t
..... .._. 28 t 22 P. D. Hicks .
5 of the number between ---
and l in the of the country : --- -- -----
.. gown except sccrtjcy 1ot ; ;;;
t I Dr. VT. N. Shoat Mr. Cawthon, who Ono bounded S by Hogan' AlleyW
Death was due to urcmie poi! onin lodge room.Dispatch. I 350,000 and 400,000 wn. Idle mine by Bay atreet. N by. Jackson
n $ is state high school inspector, with headquarters in Gainesville immediately according to attending physicians.! Ha of the orders was simultaneous workers in the anthracite and bitumi- I Com IB7"j It E of NF.: Cor Hoy
I 'I field estimated at from 560- and BroAdway troet, run E ins ft
was 71 years old. with publicity given correspondence nous i are ( '
telegraphed his N IOS ft. W IOS ft. S 108 ft
I ," i -. ''. ft'ovt'rnot" a few acceptance.The hours earlier Dr. Sheats was 'stricken\ while passing between Edward C. j 000 to 600,000 men. In the textile industry LoIa54ofElk13LT.&CuS to brir .--....._....._..._28 8 ''22 ,F. II. U'-I. ________- ..

returning last Clarke acting imperial wizard of the of New "England approximately 22 Jdaiie Johnson
I : !! Friday from Boston 28 6
rl ; had, tendered the appointment to Dr. b1d;; ------ -------

; '. Fons A. Hathaway county superintendent where he went to attend the annual I klan and Gov. Thos. M. Hardwick I' 80,000 workers are ,Idlo in resistance Lot! Blk 4I'i"i: .....-.Co...,..sub....2! G. 22 Raymond Jackson __no. .
I \ convention of tho National Education of Georgia in which the klan official to wage cuts dating back to the BI'I'y 87 88i4T. 4 o'a aub II
I of Duval county, who declined dlv -- -----8 II 22 A. O. Jenkins ___.. .
j association. Upon his arrival here he said he had directed abandonment of I first o( 1922. In the neighborhood of Lot 4 of -ai-L.-'i-.i": Cue; sub h
I I' \ t to accept Dr. Hathaway informed dlv .. .. ... 28 6 22 Edna Jackson ....
the : strike in scattered --- -- -- ---
mask 20,000 -
1 .: the that while he felt honored was taken from the train and hurriedto Georgia klans. more are on ota 3 4 of Bile 33 L.; T. & Coa;;' sub ---
governor I
J The I l localities and various industries. 28 6 22 B. M. Jenkins __
I a hotel where physicians action Is a atonal victory for r.l.v: ----- -- ---- It
were :
I 4. because of his consideration heI promptly 2ot lik4S'f. & Coi;; sub;
} j ., ., J liciliav ..l Virt nwn/1 trin. nannli nf '; called. His condition gradually Governor Ifardwlck following; a pub- The total number of workers in the dlv _________________________28 II 22 H. C, Flitford ____
__... ..* ... ,_ {.f._ to._ ....* _
.n n. u All' COt orlirinal, town 28Lota II 2? R. R. & Hottle M. Frevatt'J .
; Duval county to remain in Jackson: became worse. A consultation of attending -I lie statement he made here a few days : United States is estimated at 15,000- B 8217 8 Blk 1 .. --tM--i-10--- ,

in which he I 000 consequently. out of 15 11 12 21 22 23 24 of Blk 2 In
: said he would not tol-! one
I:. ville. Dr. Hathaway during the sev physicians was held :MondayTuesday ago j" every Dowllnim add ____-__________.28 6 22: F. Rhoden _.__-----
and again Wednesday. Following I erute "invisible government" in GecrKla j workmen in the country is on strikeat Com at NB!: Cor of WV4 of NWW.
eral yours he had been supernendent! ( I' of hE'l of NE1run W 100
has had tho whole hearted support of Lr the consultation this morning/"I and that he did not regard the I the present time. The camp of ft to a nt of be... thcnru W 100 ft

I lit ; klan in unfavorable 'strikers if assembled in Rather- sao7fE1oofth8U9fttnbeg
one
was decided to take the an light except
educator to !: ,
the people of Duval in his effort to $ 8 22: Richard Rc-ynolda ____
_ l; the honpital, where hi\* condition be..1 I that he could not accept that part of ;! tag, would be half the-size of the army Lot 7'of----------------------.J;;
I build. up the school system ,of the I thy 28 < 2J II. C. Richard ____ _
: ---------- ---- h
; came critical as the dny wore on andi { the klan requirements which made it of doughboys!!: sent across the sea dur- Blk SO ft NI,(, of iii'4i.T. &
; county and he has plans yet to carryout ________.__________
he died' | for all members to timI iiiR the World War. CM coW dlv 88OU 8 22 E. E. Sncll _-.----
i necessary use
: .. which will require several years I tonight. 1 2 15 18 !IcE: 20 ft A 14
: Mrs.\ Cheats and thier daughter.t'I white hood and gown. i Virtually the enllro'army of strlk-I : A In NB Cor of SE"4 of K'i-' __-29 8 22 C. C. Sweat ----.-. -
longer. Lt.1&2ofBlkO2L.'t.c,.
| Mrs. r.1i7.nbeth' [I'' Clarke also stated in his letter to ers is idle because of attempts or ... .....
Officials here since the death of Dr. Davidson, had arrived I Iin. pro- ub div' 23 8 23 WIU Sander '. _____--- .-
I' I II Lou S V 10 11 of i.ii-iI L. T.: &
J" Shont.i has regarded it as a foregone( I the cifv from: Tallahassee to be at; Governor. Hardwick that lie ha" directed I posnls( to cut WflifeB. The PO.OOO ilk i, Con ailil __________-___.-__-_2* 8 ft Oi-o. Strickland, -. ._h .
k \
l : { bin bedside! but tonight when the end I I the gathering of' a "formidable members of the textile trades are out j j Tot 14 of Blk 2U Tftnntni add __.2S 8 2:1: III... Bertie Tenoil.Aim. .
l conclusion that the I
+ appointmentyould. I I Lute 0 7 of nib 1 DaU. & trubrtad '
ti' he tendered Mr. | como they were absent. Thor had! .I left, body" nf) klan speakers who shall \vi4 li | because of n cut of about 20 per cent I either to Cawthon
>( arn (ot land 'In SW Cur of SKY' '
Dr. B. i the hospital only a few minute before I, in CO lays hold public nleetinys MI e1 \'- in wages proposed by certain Now ]jl of SE<4 & W 2 A of BE'/, of .' ,
L. of Lh
I*41 "\ Hathaway Edwards !I 1! when physicians assured I ery county in Georgia and. proclaim England mill*. The coal miners technically j SE>'. -____-..__..__.,___29 II 22 Mra. ". M. Wrlla -- _
Oak secretary of tho governor, or C. them- Dr. j Lola 4 5 oIItlk- 18 L. -& Cn add__2S a lu Ill... Mary William.MASTFR'S :. __
Kheats would survive the night. Dr' 'I that lha klan Is not'ft oiTntorv 01'srnnziution. are out because they have no I .
1 R. M: Shepard county superintendentof : ; I
!' but' I I7'b hinthe I wage agreements with the operators ..
|: heats! has not been in eyactaly robust (
Volusin :
with Mr. Edwards a certain I j
,
I I SAl E To Bradford County
regularly; constituted officers of the Tho railroad shopmen have quit their .
Y
c. choice if he desired it. Mr. Ed- health\ for the three years since : Notice* In hereby *mn that unler .find by .

.. ward, however, has been in ill health., ;i ho underwent a major operation although -t law." j iubs, rather than submit to the wage Irttie* of me,10 that! nod certain l cntprtit final on th.decree,. liith of day.forcliMurt .of.. June, 1, to bal County duo ....Proper__:.___

at the time he exhibited Governor Ilardwick had also aqked cuts ordered by the United States railroad J-unr, A. D. 1932 by the Honorable A. V. By nmt collected _-__________

_ | Tallying powers. The exertion unusual Clarke to make public lists of mem- I I labor board. 1:,..1d..JV and of for the brad Eighth fort!Judietnl county: ,Circu(In chnn-tot July 1. to bal due ______.____.

;. Mr. Cawthon was born in 1871 in I'of befit but this Clarke declined to I Officials of the United States de- very alttmtr In favor of W. K: Kniuht, oomInlnant AgriculturalFond
t Albert AI... and was'educated in his. trip to Boston end! his work in" comply ,I I' and atrnlnst n..1f.. Ilrnni'tt and June 1 to bnl due _..______ .
i connection with the meetini of edu- with, holding that it should first pnrtmentof_ labor do not recall a parallel hi* wife Cory E. nenn,-tt. W .1. /nhntfer By nmt collected, ............._
the public schools of that !state and oIIt I *nd Vtrtrtma-Carollna. Chemical 1 Company' a
; j enters among who he was n prominent -j be put.up to the meijibers themselves I to the present situation. The nwrntioti:. ; dpfvndiintn. th. undfislfrnej, : will l July 1toballue ____.-.________
the Florida state normitl school which Abandonment Of the however nearest approach to it occurred in the ohei for .a1o and will *..11)! brfor the court
I figure arc believed to have hastened mask II house door Count Road and liiidfe
at that trme locateif in at Slarke Florida durinjr the li-ral June ], to bid __..
DeFunlak due ___
was I
4 hir death. will have some effect in this regard, latter part of 1919, when approxiI AuwuBt hours': ,of 1D2J.eel.to on the Monday hftfheat the and "th bent dny of By amt collected ._______._?__.___h
Springs. H attended Peabody. college biddtr
Dr. Shoats born inasmuch as public parades are > part I mately 400,000 bituminous coal minj for cock thu followtnttr dvserttwd land 1 lyln
\ ;' was at Auburn July 1 I. to bal due ......___ __ _
at Nashville, Tenn:, during 1903: ,, of the klan ritual. j j ers went out on strike These miners nml I "brIne In Bradford county Florida to ? \
Ga. March 5 1851
and to Flor- i wit County School
t
came
_ _
; received his degree there received later The Juno 1. to bal due _.___ __
1 Ida Governor Hardwick, in replying to remained idle six weeks, while the North Half of the Sonthpaat Quorterof __ _
a degree from the University of in December 1868. He became SvclEnn Thirty-flv, in Townnhlp Seven By amt collected .____ __.:..
4 I county superintendent of school for I the Clarke communication, expressed present strike of coal miners is just South flange Tw,-ntv-two Laitt, ami cuntnJninir
:. Chicago and upon returning to Florida I the I I vltrnty acre.. more or leu*. July 1. to bal due __. _
: I' Alachua county in 1881! which office he belief that If the order is uncompromisingly entering its eighteenth week.A A S. CREWS I County------Poll----

_ became professor of mathematics held for 12 He that !I I enforced and adhered Special Master In Chnricory.. June 1 to bal due _._____._" ., .

t ; and librarian at the University of 'i county at the years.constitutional represented conven-(i I "I believe the trouble will be to'j j FITIIFUI.Yomam P T.Sujicitor KNIGHT.for Complainant. _775t4_ Hy amt collected _______ p_ "

4 .. Florida positions which he held two tion of 1885!!! and author of the 1 ed." % : July 1, U bal due ______-_____.
was
h years. From the University Mr. Caw. i I I I Jim rlSAlCI1\1.:: STATKMfVT: rouNTT !SCHOOL Total Sub School
t Itii 'article of education. He became state "On the other hand if the mem- Ellison, colored I. is again en FUN 1)3Comfy June 1 to bal due ................ _

l thon; went to Pensacola as principal superintendent' of public instruction 1 bcrs of your organization do not sup- gaged in overhauling; the Truby & .uI.IRI.n.l l, nr nra _M utatpmrntof 'I' By amt collected _____-_-__ _

: of the Pensacola high school remaining > in 1803, serving!' : until 1005, and again ,I port your policy my judgment Is that I Thonus refrigerators. This is, doneevery June....vtn 1922.. .",",01 fund* *ir the month of July 1. to bal dust ____._. ____._

I ,: there/flve, years. Ho returned to the public interest will require at no !I year after the lienvy shipments Onrrnt Srhoiil Fund 8ul School Honda
assumed the office in 1913.I .
Gainesville from Pensacola at thd end I Ralanee. June 1, 1922 ___.______.__. Juno 1 to hal' due -_-?____ _
: I I distant of strawberries and truck 91 /IIS
I day, not only the prohibition j: are over Ri>''elnu dttrlna month ---___________7008.2J By amt collected. _____._ _. .
1' of that time as professor of mathematics of the of the mask with. The refrigerator boxes WarranU. ''naued ___ _____________
I use by any men or are sev- -- 4X10 S2 Ifl
.; at the teachers college at the 1 IV PRAISE:; OF CIIUnCII'GOER I I eral )Balance\ July 1. 1922: _______________ .8809.88 July tobaldue __________________
hundred, in in .
of numbers
i __ (, set men in this state, but also the |(, and 1 have Pl.lrlet No. I G. W. ALPRRM

':, university; which position he was I II fullest publicity as to the officers and been in service over 30 years but Jim's Rnlane. June 1. 1922 ....___________ 13114 Clerk Circuit
holding when he state i Tho pastor of our local Baptist I Receipts durinir month -.___________ 10170 r".I' By C. A. KNIGfl
r i' was appointed ;, (churth Dr. J. J. Bullen tells that memGers ot every secret organization good: work on them make them still Warrant* iiwui-d __._____________.._ J.&Q/ ) fl.putFlNiiClAL >

;: high school !inspector in 1915. j I I he haS'Comlucied religious, meetings us in in the state white and black alike.:' I serviceable. lie began 22 years 11J0Rnd MlnlanciJuly I.Ol.trlrtNo.1922 ___;-_._.I_________ 28404 :. STATEMENY OP CO'

the air in other besides c larke's !letter, to the governor was many of the tools given him then Biildnn. Juno 1 19W ________________ 11470Kwlut FUNDS
\TNTII GENERAL ELECTION open places in the nature of a reply to the public j aro still in use. Among others is a I'' donor. month .._.__________ 11281 Monthly financial' etnt'ment ',f ''I
: Warranln
Starke, but that lx has never spoken I' fmued --------------------- 1122- County for the month of Juno. 1922
--- T .. I to people, who have shown more re- utterance in which Hardwick condemned ,'belt punch for punching holes through I 1 I Balance July 1. 1922 ___-____________ 104.
r Some Quention a* to Term of Mr. spVct for a minister and his work than the use of the mask Ilard sheet iron. The handle was at first,I i Malnnce June 1.IH-trirl 1922 ..Ne...__.8_________ |$|NH 71R..lpte / K Balance.ui June during 1. month 1922 _____......._. _

Cawthon Appointment. he has witnessed at the services I wick is n candidate for re-election so five inches long, but thousands of I I diirinir. month -__._________ 720.80 Warrants. "faauiMl .__._.-.._.,.____ '*'
hejaI Warrantlaaurd --------------.______14.2.8U Balance July 1. 1923 __.....___ n
|I some significance also was attached to blows from the hammer has reducedit knoeNjuly 1. ________ -
While the above, dispatch from the conducting! on the lawn of the church. ; 1922 oo _____ 183.49 I Fin. anrf Forfeiture Fund
I(p sentence of the Clarke !letter which to little than inch Dlitrirt Ne. 4Hatanee Balance ..._ ____ _
a : .a more one in June 1 1922 _
-II! state capital is specific( that the appointment This speak well for the residents of : June 1, 1922 _____.-__..._.__ 180 /Bl Receipts, durinir month--___.___.__

is i for -uncxpircd term Starke and of the country about who I II states: length!: RMflptai durIng. month ______________ 8997 Warrant .Uauefl __.-_____.._._-.__ --
4 I I When Jim is Warrant UuiUfd ---______.___...____ 9.fi7 Balance July .__.... ..
r "I not
I ()f Dr. Sheat, Tampa lawyers stated I have been supporting these meetings !! am determined to keep the Ku mending refrigerators Balance July. 1. 1922 _____.....__.__ 218.81 1. 1922 Road\ Fund if

last flight that under the constitution I I I by their attendance. Mr. Bullen is a Klux Klan out of politics in Georgiaand he is packing produce for' ship- nnlanc. Dl.lrlrt_ No. 7 Pnlance June 1. 1922 __.._,?.__-_ '58
June 1. 1922 ........ .
I in state in the Union." ment, to the full satisfaction of J. M. -- ? 17370 Receipt dtirlno month ......._
the governor can make appointment conservative man In' his utterances! every Receipt durln month .____.________ 2398Bolnnc Warrants! IMIUIMI I ..__ _.__.._._ 4f
I his Wcrrnt buird ,______________ -- -
Clarke also Truby
announced that he hat employer. Balance _
July ._ .
in such .(Rl'IU' only for the period between never appealing to the galleries nailWI' : July 1. 1922 ___.___________"_ 19788 1. 1922Out.t.ndlng- -

I ; the death of tho incumbent and are pleased to heA these words of ordered a full investigation.. of lawless! Balance ni.trlrt No. S Palance Jun. 1. 1922 .___Fand-.._..__
I nets in Georgia with which the Jun. 1 1922 ___.___...___... 7474 ll< l the next 'general election.! In this commendation of the from him. name A. TONICOrove's Rrc..ltp durinir month -
people ___
: month _______ 67.28 warranta __ _
Issued ___. ._..
I of the klan had been Wni-ranta luaurd __________ ? ?
coupled afid has _______
thu appointment. of We not be all that ] h gg Balance. July ______ __
__
then 1 1922
case
V may we might or i Tasteless chili Tonic resjires Balance' July 1. 1922 ________________ 136.33 '
Gawthon- only good until prof'j ought to he, but'! we are not utterly promised to revoke the charter of any Energy and Vitality by Purifying and IH.trl.-t No. 10 Balance Dr.lnsg. Fund
] _. _
Juno'l.
.__.
; I 1922 _
klan found Balance Jane 1. 1922 ___ _________ -
to have _
fea 1 )2Jt': when whoever j is destitute of for the participated in on ni R-wlpta durinir month ___ __..,
1. reverence God Enriching the Blood. When you fed: l lit Rnwlpta Hurinr. month ...______ 12.81 v/arranta --
I' them. Warrant. ,"u..1| ____.__.____LI"Balance .lHUrr| _______,___, __
the general election next November church or the ministry. It is alwaysencouragIng crellltlllmhig invigorating I'alance
I I effect are how July 1. 1922: ___._________ 1.1 R,02__ July_). 1922 __-_'_-____
Would take office. : : to have the good that is, It brings color to tho thevkJ! and how n<.trlrt Vo. I II nn ntnnq Pennlon rend
.. ,_ I i I ONE :MILLION WORKERS IDLE IIal...,. Jttne 1, 1922 _..__ Mnlnnce June 1. 1923 _a.________
Mr. Mncnts was re-elected at. me : in us recognised: and the preacher! I it improves! the appetite you "lit then I ...,.lpt during month ......_ Ito 23 Rec-ipra durIng.. month i_____

b : general: election of 1D20, taking oath I renders us a service by doing so. appreciate Its truo tonic value Warrant lrau.,1 __..___"" *IO'Jnalaiice Balance WnrrnnU imurd __. ___. .*_,..
Workers Out ftveinisc1 of Cuts o July 1. 19M ____"_ July I. 1923 _._.______
4 of office for a term of four years in I The truth of the matter U that we I : Wage I Grove's losteless-U ill Tonic is simpy I l.trirt-No. 13 405.98 Agricultural Fund

'. 7 January 1021. Hence/ his term would have no hypocrites among UH. Very tOMe $30,000,000 Weekly Irou and Quinine, suspended In syrup. S<> nalirce. Jon. 1. 122 _?_....__. 345 si Hocelpta natnnre June 1. 1922 _______
H ,, donor month ._.. .__
< ipta
e
< durinir month. .. ...._._ -
: not expire until January 1925.:!: I few attend religious service just for I pleasant even children like it. The blued %warrant lnoiwd u ....-....-. 219.92 Warrant. li-.urd ..._.._________-

_____!' # ', : Judge Charles B. Purkhill, state attorney I the sake of being seen at church, or to Never before has the number, of needs QUININE to Puriy It and IRON 1 tn' Ilnlanae July 1. 1922 _III_.T" 4115.is Balance July 1., 1922) ___._.-__.

4 fo the and the time. Those who cornel'tI strikers in the United States been so Enrich it. Destroys Malaral! genus. and nalanre Juno DLtrlct _Ne. IS Bradford. County. July 1. 1922.
Tampa circuit
( ( a | pass away j 1922 ?_.______ 107 79
former member of the state' | do so on account of craving for i large as at present. Advices to the Clip germs by Ks Strengthening! Invigor! Ri*<>il>Ui durinir month ...._..____ 41.00 Stale of Florida.I .
a
supremecourt IIph'i i j .
I I using! Effect. jOc. Warrants Issued ---.____. 23.90, hereby certify that the rareirolnir itat.or I
department of labor ""
S when nuked for his opinion last itual nourishment. Our people are I j| at Washington listen.. July. 1. 102.1 .. 1-. 6.88 the rxcrlnta and dlitbuniemenui '

stared I indicate that more than 1,000,000) men ......- Dirtrirt Ne. M fun.In nt nradfnnt Conntyvfor the mnr
night, that the constitution pro mirth loving and a hair-trigger;; pull :, Rnlanee: June 1 19J2 .....* _.- ... 7d 8'? June 1922. la true and comet to the
vides only'for appointment until the 1 II" enough/ to change them from "grave |i are \idle at the present time on accountof Tt fielpta during. : month ___... I".__ iflj.75 "f my knnwfedire and belief.
I I warfare between and labor. Warrant .fauued. _..________ ____ "l 8.00
succeeding general election. I and stern decorum" to smiles and capital 1886 Balance July. 1. 1922 _"II____ 121.82 SEAL) a. W. ALDERM\N.' .

' _ $; : The matter of getting a candidate''* j their decorousness at church it, there- I A conservative estimate of the wages Balance June DUtrict No. 17 Clerk Circuit. eoul't.S..dford Con "IBy ..
1. 1922 __.____._ SS
04
the ballot raises. another fore all the creditable. of these men, if all were working Receipts C. A. KNIGHT.
name on I more But durinir month .....__.___ 14.i*
I 1 be the lis l $ ,OOOOOo daily or the total sum Warranta imurd. -____.___ _______I 30.00- Deauty' CI..kNotl.
question. \ special primary might likely preacher's i
I very own earnestness I Balance July 1. 1923 _..____ .07
p and ability baa as much as of $30,000,000 in their pay envelopes ni.lrlrt Ne. I H MASTERS SALE
i DAVISINSURANCE Balance Jun. J 1922 L .. le hereby vlven that under aad .y.
I S f 0 R anything else to do with holding tho I Rcelpta durinir month-________-.___ 2 110 IS.2S 113 virtue of that: j"tdoft.,1 J'f: f o''
/ clecure
gjgx undivided attention of his audiences.. GTONG OUT Warrantu .tMU..d. ____._ 860.33 m'ta .n< : ( A O
Balance 1"22. by Honorable A. V. Lonir. Jud... of lbs>
.- July 1. 1922 _____"___ 5.25 Eighth; Judicial|
Clrenlt of Bradford enonty
; Dl.lrlc No.' .15 I

,, StjnburnUSE FOR AEROPLANE SERVICE The StruBQ'(!' Dl,courajlng( Many a R Ralanee...eipw June duilnir.1 1922 month-..________ an) g* | florid. In chancery., and avalnat In favor Henry of S.DS4I'R. Joliiwcomplainant sud: <)

_.._
Fpnna
4943 Davla. .
I I drfendanra. the nndVmlirneJ >w
Wartmnta, .
Citizen of Stjrke. l lssn.d -______ >9.00 cud master will offer for aale In front of the
0 i- Tan, Freckles Should Balance July' 1. 1924 _____._." 79.01 courthouse door. |a starke. Florida. duHni the::
,l ee %v, PlmpI.Blah.ads..t. Starke Have Landing Field Around ail! d'tj' witii au uclilnj District N. IS leiral hoiira of _. on Monday, the Seventh

I IIan'a Maffnolu Balm in* For Flyers. \ I I back. Ralanee June J. 1922 __________ 171 01 .dRy of AuTu'. *. A. D. 1922. the followlmr d'erflwd
', RxcHpta durinir month ___.__ real l "tate /
tantIyOkIafld not) he*dry, Can't STARKE lo .on aituate in Bradford eoantrlnrlda.
;' J burning ikm. A p.wsaThs. rent at n'fht; Vrarranta, Issued ....___ SRI 011 to-wits
., well a* s vtmtdy. KemcnfMkm Many places in Florida now have )I II Enough to nuko any one "tlv Balance July 1. 1922 ______IIIIH"_" IS.47 r.v. .(81 acrea. lylnir In a .q1l... la thef'lL1"
Wemfaihe.' Makes skin DLlrUt Ne.' 27 "" Corner of the Northeast Qnarterahip
and coaptei.ncwv.lvty., aeroplane service through which I out. Ralanee Jun. 1. 1922 ____._______ 174 2)1 S '' RTYj, Quarter Of Swltlon 14. Towl>'
I btautiltil. Imparta delicate Poaa/a Kidney Pllli are helping, Rreelpta* durinir month __ __ 8. H.
'f ImsIuii f,raiirmac to ib.ncr I quick passage can be made to other NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS Warranta .bawd -- .-_?_ 88.86 D. E.. KNICHT
1 ', an. Won't fubolt. Irnpoaublttoiielecl. thousands.l All peneaa Indebted to the eitate of Ely Balance July 1. 1922 ____.JHHIHII Special Msstay. la CIt.-rJ.
let that
But .
places. us suppose a person Rllkl, 'late of Bradford D .. iteeeased. 24914 .,. S CREWS
;,. They are 16r: kidney backache; are requrated to pay : .IIjj"d. Dl.lrict Ne. 1$ Solicitor& for
,..' in, for Instance Eustin desires to And other kidney ills tort-ltIi. And all peraona having elaimaawainit I Balance June 1. 1922 --,.. ______ 04 7j Complainant.. .7.t-M .
4'J'J' I I i ld I R*" eipta donor month __.____ ,
I reach Starke in an hour or so and 'ai eatate ahall file tie eajne. duly ._ B7.la .
tr Hera U Starke proof of .heir merit: : authenticated with the nndenlirned. admlnlatrator Warrants .Isiurd ------_____________ 40.7S NOTICE .;.
j applies to a flyer. The latter would Mrs. D. 8LJIt
; iagnolia look at his! map and say "Nix, nothing "1 suCereJ! ) from Uuue bvck and kltlr thry Dated will thia he 'ih.orr'.n.:;; ; : *. A. D. IM3. Balance Jun. 1.ni.trlr 1922 ._No.__.<._| 2>2 97 bus tat. town of William;anrKHnted C. admlnlatratrix Powell. Hreeaaed.of" the late, E.'{-f

,, doing,; ; those hicks haven't any r" complaint A hiav; .. dull ache R E HICKS Rneeipta durinir month --J, ____""_"_ 10.21 Stark! |,' Bradford, : County. Floriuaw and al? .'
I AHmlnl.trntor( Eitata: Ely Hicaa.NOTICE eftaHtI. Warren luaued _____._______ 8.00: eredltora.$ ,leirateee, dlatrlbuteea. and heIrS at \ .
_ : Balmr1 landing.. field." through my kdneys! music mo ra.'aer: 1f.8c-a.U Balanee July 1. 1922 -__._____ 28858 law.. and.all partlre. havlnaelalma.. or di....anHa :!" '
: .Ina' \
i At the present stage of aeronautics able and I 1101\. hardly able to get .?11111'' 1. U2J.. .Id. ..t... will pr...nt them to thndfnivnnl. <
OF FINAL DISCHARGE PRflFORO COUNTY duly authenticated., within J"< ,
:: an aeroplane needs a stretch of nearly i ro'.nJ. T fait tired. UngtuJ and out In Court of County Juilire.. Bradford Cuunt$'. sr.Ta OF FLORIDA tlm.forever p..erlbo'tl *". Uw "' the _"" "". 1./
Far. anJ
LIQUID barred.
i of aorta. My bother bail used Poan'n State of Florida. I hereby certify that tlw) t'
I I'I forisinlng
mile in order to either rise j 'stat.- Dated this the ?! ,
Toilet POWDER a quarter la re Eaiate of J. E. Wilton and Laura Wllaon. mont of the _.Ipto and dl.huraenunta Mh dav of May A. O. ,43 ,
j KIdaey Pll .. no t bought.; a bos: at of FLORENCE K POWEI.Ui.DKIN9
the aehool
fnnda
land and the must be tolerably ef Bradford A. i
or ground I County fop .
the
colon 1I..lteWbl Notlre .la hereby e-iven' all Admlntatralrt*
to whom U >
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4 may ..
Ill'llS.OI' > month
Mitchell' I soon fell of Ju. .
b, (.. P&nh. ..DJR.cd ., smooth. 'Such a landing field \ concern that on the' &!.* day of A u..t, A. D. to the beat of 1922. la true and cornet ., for estate: ___&-3.4
: l I". |Iap 5 (I better and after using threw boxes I hall apply to h* Honorable It A. my knowde| cud, belief -
i ;
I could be had west and northwest :: -.1 ou' n m WIOCIHS. j'
just
; check Sold bysll j Judne of laid aa Juilve of Pro- NOTICE
........ I was :urej at the attack. : Mite. for final dl..h..... County Superintendent.
or uuetl my aa admlniatratnv Notice (fa
school ,.
of tto hereby
removing the t 'fNo <
,7 from ua. 7] "DII'pouci. 'I house by Price' 60C', at ail dtalers Doa't of the. eatate of J. E. WlUon and Laara Wllaon. ounty ......mlMlon..... n that b ard' ,
In Bradfordcounty
CLERK'S8t
: and
_ 1tEPftRT for
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deeeajMd and that
: at the Oats 1
and eame
stump nmoothing the ground by .
"1 Imply aaJc for a It..:>>.>y 1''mpdy-cet will prmnt my. final aeennaol ae adrainlatrator' .rke. 91*., July 1. 1923.i at a meetma held on Jtily I. 1 022.Drepar. ..Ii
LYON MFG. CO.. .&._._ :! r means of tractor and disc harrow. It' rican'' Kldrey 1'1'b.l : <> dame that of said ........ and ak for their app........ Revert of the. Clotrir f t1I. (;lrent Qor dthe. followin. bud>r t. of expenditure "
41 So. Fifth St.BROOKLYN. ':;::: II Dated June 18. A D, 192 sari for Bradford aa required by' Chapter. 8U. Acts of 'tlU l
r ,N.Y.. I .,. the proposition appears Inviting, let Air, *. Stllley hid. ros"r.Milburn: Co., I M. F. Wlt-SOM. el fcuea aaMeaed County.fop 'the Florida,..... .1921 on aeeoont -*rinth.. General. l. Fund and Pine ... forPAGE -

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.- The Baking Powder that Gives :t
E. A. brothers I ;
and Mcltae mines. They remained here for a couple


..niddle-aged at their Tampa father for white at tho his men alleged plucn, were mur-near ar- conditions mines of days arc agreeable In and both are said Florida Fuller's to have and found earth Alabama They areGOOD I the Best Service in Your Kitchen ::J 6''

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t.1 Haven Glades county about a and a great deal I of the product
n agio.il goes to other ports. IO .


Fnson wireman employed l ly ,j j Four masked men;: lute;: Saturday afternoon CI1LU1ET 1 t

icnder Electric Co., of Tampa, i went to the Seaboard Air Line
'|I Buy this Cigarttte and Save Money
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tilled almost instantly about '( railway pumping station ut Drifton j
morning tho Junction Jefferson
'K Wednesday as red i county, ovcrpow-
a "hot wire" which ho wai erect the man in charge arId curried l

Hint, being grounded, presumably I Inonet | away with them the! vital pints of the day for assaulting a prominent Volu- .
with a water. pipe. {j pumping machinery. The sheriff was sia county woman last December while The Economy BAKING POWDER

i immediately notified and together posing as a plumber. Because of the I }

I' sound of the hammer is to bee with railroad special fronts is undoav- | representations made, to him by vari- I 'ti
early and late at tho Woman's j! oring to locate the guilty parties. | OUH people regarding the mental con- f

..'ire, Tallahassee, for three new | dition of the prisoner Gbv. Hardco GUARANTEES {4,
'lings are under construction and i Knowing that grapes grow wild in announced the stay of execution.

drort.( is being ..exerted to have Marion county II. L. Shearer, of Cottage Pure and Wholesome Foods .
buildings ready for occupancy I Hill, and Edwin Spencer of Lakeland Dynamiting of dipping vats will bo j .

lit of September.big I have made arrangements to setout severely punished according to Dr. '
forty acres of the famous: Carmen I R. L. Brinkmun, in charge of the work a ,I't'
I grapes at Cottage Hill. Stock for for the government. To date thero .
of the Avon \
JIanuing
plants i
planting u ot live I have been quite a number of vats .
nursery acres which i
'company Company of Avon and Park the, both Mutual of will provide cuttings for tho forty i' either dynamited or otherwise dam No Failures 1 No Waste r ,
acres have been purchased and the aged in Uadsdcn county. 'Where ex- I
crate factories will bon
v are soon "
planting will be mmlu ubimt January [plosives have not been used, a jackscrew w w
operation, turning out crates
: has boon, damaging tho vats bo- t
hundred thousand. The plants ,' )j ,
in o-U-;: I'
Dedication Victory bridge yond use. A. rigid investigation is be-
wned, by tho Florida Citrus Ex- 'i which linked up Jackson and Gadsdenicomities ]i ing imule. It in ussettcd that a very) When a "Big and Cheap" The moderate cost of

'0 and will mean a wonderful | small element i is against compulsory can of baking powder is -::' Calumet combined with "
increase in traffic between the sections dipping and these are to be roundedup .'
ordin to records on file in the and great development! of intermediate and punished if found guilty. offered you-LOOK OUT. 'LIfT i the highest merit establishes
ff'a office in Tampa, 113 automo- lands. C r '
was accomplished with acclaim t.
nave been recovered by that of- Thursday. Iho bridge crushes! Shm'k'! The real thing, rog'lur man anwnue, the greatest ofbakingpowdereconomye

unciS January 1, 1921. This in- the Apalachicola river near .Chutta- eater and all\ that, fourteen feet long
., all\ cars found in other countiesn hoochee, and taking the place of a fer- j and weighing 1,500::; pounds. A partyof Every can of Calumet is .:.

some few instances curs which ry will mean the saving! of un, hour or Jacksonville men comprised the the same-keeping Quality 9Ah A I p f
been stolen in Hillsborough coun- two for travelers going that wuy. I lishing party that went out after GPO., '
HI l transported outside the state. | I smaller game, but undauntedly tack- Perfect last spoon- You save when you buy it:

I Earl T. Black, of Jacksonville is '! led the monster. Throwing u hook into ful good as the first BEsT- You save when you use it.
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lt Way of Coronet, fell from a' ,dead from knife wounds in the abdomen | tho monster was but tho first movo'of BY TEST

phone pole, a hi'ljrht of forty feet, received in un encounter in Mm the game, for a boat ride was next
men the spikes of his shoes failed to front of his home, and the police uie I in order, when they were given a tow The World's Greatest Baking Powder x

1 a, A physician was called to tho i ii 1 seeking Neil Brabham, 21, for questioning for some distance before he could be
+-, and\ after being brought to a 'I in connection< with the homicide. I beached! and shot, tho'party being at -- -. --- -0".== ,I
al hospital, his condition was reI ted. as not being serious. Bruises Black was armed with a knife when j jtha was cut off and mounted and was William II. Albury, was held up by I'KTITION FOIl IIANKUUI'TI'Y of the CcMnpany with o total of

,ic a wrenched shoulder are reportriorida i two men were fighting, and whoa ,found to weigh To pounds, the mouth motor, boat .pirates< oF( Gun Key and, 1IHI3U Curs, Trucks and Vrnrtors,
Black was knocked to the ground hej i i being eighteen Inches wide and fifteen her master, Captain Kdgucomb; shot Fernier Guvernur'n 1.Inful illes/ Close to of this number\ ; 0,051 wore sold, by the

rolled over and the knife pierced hid I inches deep. I Jend on deck, according' a wireless $:;O.OUO; Aaxftrt !1c'HA Thiin. $I I.IICIO1'l.'nsHcula Ford Company\ of Canada and 9,435: ./ i
ranked first in the produc- stomach. ,Message' from liimini picked\ up by : by I ho vnroiuH J K;rope-ail Ford l Com- ;'
ten of naval stores for the 1920-21 ,i s_. J, An accident which; caused the loss i the Miami Bench radio station Tho i July 21.-Sidney J. Cults ponies and\ South American Branches. $' s

eason, according to government re- An enterprising Live Oak grocer)I"Vif his arm happened to Allon Lawrence message Raid that the Albury was holdup fit-governor, today 'alll)>III' .
n >rts. The state produced 170,873 fiO offered a prize for the largest water i at the planing mill of the Standard by men who pulled alongside in ,a under the! bankruptcy laws, filing the every civilized\ country In thtt' world. f. I
gallon barrels of turpentine, and 648Hrtfl ,- melon grown in Suwannee county in Lumber Co., at Rock Creek Saturday motorbout bearing the name Falcon, proceedings In the U. S. court The With the cloning of business for t .! i?
> 500-pound barrels of ros 'n. Geor- the season just closed, and was the recipient : afternoon, and later resulted m and license number V-7I30.:; No other schedule shows hU liabilities were June, Ford records. disclosed the fact : I
CIa was Florida's nearest competitor, '' of any number of melon, his death. Allen, 12 yeara.of age did details of the holdup wore given. The approximately; $."0,000(), while\ the assets that total sales fur the first six months i ''p..1 '

with 133,007 barrels of turpentine and ranging in weight from 37 to 58 1-2 odd, jobs around the mill and went lathe ; Falcon put off and escaped. The Al- of petitioner! were Ions than ono I!of I 1D22 were well over the half million ;' .f'
(2P.529 barrel of rosin.. pounds. the grower of the latter receiving planer to watch the men and ma bury immediately headed for llimlnl. thousand dwllurs. The largest claim mark tho exact figures being 052,201.! I
the reward. Thus was special chinery work. While looking at one where the body of the captllln was taken Is hold by J. L. Jeter, Atlanta, for This la also' a now high record, as It la \ '
For the past three months the Lees- interest aroused in melon growing in of the routing machines, which was off. Thu Miami\ police and tlui $18,000 whilu eighteen other claims I cunKicl..rublt In advance/ of any pro-
burg Moss Products Company's plant Suwannee which, in the season just I running at full speed ulthongii r..) one sheriffs of Dlrlelnd Calm Kotich, counties are lI tell. Most of' these are judg vtouH hnlf-yoar period.

has been a busy place. The factoryis over, shipped to market 1,134: carloads "liS Working on it at the ,tone, and were notified and immediately began mcnU against him secured In Selma July Ford sales are expected to
J located in the southeastern part of of the luscious fruits. in reaching up to examind une cf: an Investigation. It was found Montgomery\ New Orleant, Jacksonville equal) and probably eclipse June. Tho
the city and within easy access to the I the workings his leather glove was hat the Falcon was a !Miami bout, and other points. Two bond/ on ,I'''estimated output of cure, trucks and ,

railroads. The company has a large I The death toll as the result uf Sat- caught in the wheels, drawing his and a close watch was bl.lnIIl'pt In'' which he was sucurity, amounting In tractors has boon placed\ at 151,767, i ,
building and some of the very befit urday's night automobile accident, right arm into the machinery and the belief that it might put in there. all\ to $tO: are listed. nmong the jU'IIt-l' although dealers have. requisitioned. 1
machinery obtainable for' getting the : when a car plunged into a crowd of mangling it in badly before ho could I m<>nts. The schedule also! moro than 200,000. ,

moss in condition for shipping. pedestrians on Enterprise street in be removed. Nathan I'ryor, C5, proprietor of a i''judgment against him in favor of I"flrOfficials,\ nuts thnt every attempt t
Jacksonville, was !increased to threo little fruit find cold drink stand on the Juilaon colll'getllrlnn\ for $1ROO. I has been! made to supply their
Alfredo Valquez, Jr., 14, was killed' Sunday when Mitchell Weeks, 23: one Delivering( autos by airplane is hardly Dixie Highway near Sebastian was I I! Ills assets us listed I consist of library, dealers with sufficient earn to till t
instantly when he fell off the running' of the victims, died of Jiis injuries. lie an accomplished fact as yet, but an murdered sometime Saturday night, wearing apparel, Masonic\ bonds and their ()orders but that for tho past i I

board1 of a car in Tampa and was run died at 3 aa. m., just one hour after airplane proved valuable in deliveringan : his head! being split with un axe $110 for guns, snbre, ilshinw. tackle, three months, prompt deliveries have ,
over by a truck driven by Charlie Charles Strawder Austin, 42, passed : auto salesmen in Tampa from', apparently wielded open from behind. A?|:, et(.. l x-lI'ovcrnor Cults figured in boon impossible! with seine of the

Wright, negro. The negro was ar- away. Austin's twenty-one monthsold :I Bradentown, enabling him to drive 11' negro Jfamp Ford, is held in the coun- :: public prints shortly after leaving/ the types Thu demand for Ford'enclosed
rested by1 officers but evidence is con- daughter, Hazel, was almost instantly car back to his homo town In time to ty jail suspected of having/ committed': governor's! chair when two imlicttYnents rare hiut-bovn imperially hard to meet, f'due

flicting as to whether or not ho was to killed in the crash. close with an impatient customer. the crime with robbery as the motive..1Pryor's charging: him with peonage tit the ever Increasing "popularity!
blame for the accident. He was running | When a customer walked into the discovered I were returned I against hhn in tho U. of the Coupe mid tfedan fur allyear- t I
body was by a
hour. shot showrooms of the ..firm'and asked fora pan- IR. court at I'Simucola these Indict- '
about fifteen miles an | Two striking shopmen were Derby Sunday morning, lying face around use. .
Dodge coupe, Land was not at a : mentn are still pending.:, triul of them .
Y 'and slightly injured during a clash between down on tho /floor of tho little A reflection of general business tconditions
With authoritative figures gleanedfrom ,',, the strikers and new employesat I loss, though he had none in stock. "I'll : In which tho business was garagebuilding lo: i| having been.postponed from olio term is lieu,, In th!! record of ., 1, P
the customs records of the port the Atlantic Coast Line shops at haye" ono for you in an hour and a cated. Ford denies connection jof court to the othorj Font Truck Sales, which dhow an !r
of Savannah now available to show Lakeland. The strikers assert, that as half," he told the customer. With Ws with the crime, but circumstances any are j I. The largest single Item listed In tit! Increase of eighty-four. per cent over /'
the ships entering and departing for,1'several of. the new workers emerged brother he hopped Into his plane and I said to point strongly to Jiim as the petition was in behalf of F. U Jeter last 'year. Merchants and Farmers r
foreign ports, it is known to be a fact from the shop they were carrying pis.tols. twenty-six minutes later they were in iii assailant The axe found beside the [[ for approximately $18,0(10) ) In 'connect alike have come to rwogYiIza the 1

that Jacksonville tops all the South They were challenged and tho Tam a and had gotten a couple from body, it is alleged, being thu same used tion with Consumer Owned Stores utility of tho motor truck in cutting ii
Atlantic ports in the matter of foreign j i clash resulted from an attempt to disarm the Dodge dealers. driving It back toBradentown. by Ford In cutting wood nearby and American Purchasing Agency of transportation routs unit speeding up' .r + ,

trade and from other figures available I them. Three of the imported'workers and! Ford, it ia claimed, having left a Atlanta, which was contracted thin deliveries, and the fact that they are 1 .
is found also to lead in coastwise |'I were arrested and placed, in game of cards about the time the year. Most of his. debts, however, Including buying nearly twice as many' now a. 1
at liberty in Florida
trade. jail in default of 4100 bail each. Alligators are crime supposed to have been com- two bonds. for small sums _n a year ago clearly points to better if
far between these
I few and days but
which ho had stood H!' Alabaltta in business. conditions.
mitted and in said to have returned
at least one, of large dimensions, is ,
for the exporting for Florida boosters 1008 and never paid, are of long
The possibilities I Here is something shortly after.Subscribe At the present time, Ford Is employing w
making his home near Satsuma. A
of Fuller's earth near Carrabelle were to memorize: "Floridaris as largeas standing./ 75,000 men In Detroit. '
investigated by a party of Georgia New York Massachusetts Rhode 1200 pound mule owned by the Satsuma Thu only real estate listed, as assets F

people who are interested in such Island. These states have 'a population Lumber Company walked to the for the Telegraph. Is an equity claim of ten acres of land fie Quinine .&t Dote Not Allect !I'' Ile, J t r
of 15,000,000 With ihtensifled river several days ago to get a-drink In Washington county under contract IWaitw of Itt ton!.. and (tiinrfjvo! .rr,...'.* _{A. 4
and the animal has not been seen sinceA TWF. lROMl) QUININE (TubIK) ) tau.... taken
MAY TURN
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CALOMEL he title.It
farming on our 20,000,000 availableacres for which ) has never obtained by anyone without iMijMift't' n..rv..mimi.or ron"IIM
ASPIRINSay and salt water fish and sea food, man on a houseboat nearby said he ON YOU NEXT TIME valued at $50. in ':I"I' "fL fc.COFFINS;.y1GKI14t.35lg"eaueuulrn! '1"".", v
saw the mule enter the water and bend Co
we could feed 15,000,000: people. Flor- II +atomtelumtlmmmCttparcas: )rte p' ,WWL"ll:
Its head to drink.. A huge 'gator
ida is so big that if it should turn a grip- Next Dote You Take !May Salivate FORD I RETAIL SALES
and Insist! ped the mule's nose and swinging its & CASKETS
"Bayer"
somersault west, Jacksonville and Sfc. and Start a World of Trouble MAKE NEW KECOltO ,
tail knocked the animal's legs from I
Augustine would land in Texas. If it And a Full Line of ,
should turn north Key West would under him and dragged him elf.lfogscalves Calomel is i mercury; quicksilver. It Company Reports Total Sale Have UnJtrlaktr. S.pplirt'. ,, '
and sheep have been killed by
Reached 5,709 Machinrn Day
strike Kentucky. crashes Ir.to c. ur bile Iikx dynamite a .
is &s1ors near Satsuma but no one be- AUTOMOBILE HEARSE

The Okeechobee City meeting was lieved the saurian would attack an Calomel Retail sales of Ford Care Trucks, Always on hand. The best scr-
' 'animal as large as a mule. and Tractors established( high .to'a.. the lowest prices. Bpedal J
( one of a series held recently and at- er be put into your, y.tem. a new : -
record during June when accordingto attention to telegraph or- .
tended by range cattlemen from South If you feel bilious, headachy constipated
Q Florida* and its action under the circumstances Subscribe for the Telegraph. and all knocked out, just go' a statement Issued from the Ford rs. UcgUtcred Embalm e t

is interpreted as-being the to'your druggist and get a bottle of Factory at Detroit, an average) of
no Worms in m Healthy Child ? 6,709 machined sold DeWTIT C. JONES ,
.., most important taken since the tick Dodson'a-Liver Ton for a few cents were daily.
eradication campaign! began in this All children color,whkji troubled todfcatM with Worm poor blood'have,and an M unhealthy a which i is a harmless vegetable substitute 'Ford sales have been showing a STARKE, FLA ;II IImaICIIIIl I
Unions you see the name "Bayer" on state. The cattlemen will undertake rule them .la nor or few stomach dlatnrbaiiua. for dangerous calomeL Take constant Increase! each month this year !JaIIDIt package( or on tablet are not getting .. +
you GROVE TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given .a.ularly '
the genuine Bayer .product' prescribed I Ito I bring about the building of a double fur two three weeks will mrlch the blood. ,Ia spoonful and if It doesn't start your I r"
by physician over ,twenty-two fence around'St. Lucie and Okee- Im prow' the Mioa.aad adz u sit....T...Strena'h- and straighten you up better,
ana proved: safe by million for that calls suing Tonic to the whole.7-.... Nature will then .
years
I chobee counties a program tbrowdgtordiced 1 the worm, "edh.Chadwill be and quicker 'than nasty calomel and
Colds Headache for stringing of about eighty miles of la perfect. bed"...-Plea* ..'Tae per book without making you sick you Just GENERAL INSURANCE '

j Earache Toothache Lumbago Rheumatism wire and a cost of $110,000. go back and get your money. ,
:Neuralgia Pain Pain I Habitual In 14 confltipation; toll: Day cured Don't take calomel I It makes you HAROLD C. WALL
"Thank God" Aubrey Lee Nichols sick the it loses a day'swork.
day you
package which n pt ;
Accept only "Bayer" LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" to a opeclau/-
contains proper! directions. handy boxes X22, sentenced to hang on Friday at prepared SyrupTonlc-Laxa'Jve for Habuua' Dod'ton's Liver Tone straightens STARKE FLORIDA
of twelve tablets cant few cent DrujfgiRts DeLand exclaimed when Informed of Constipation. It relieves promptly but you right up and you feel great. it I
'also .ell bottle of 24 and 100. Governor Hardee's action In grantinghim should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day No salts necessary. Give it to the FIRE. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILEt' '
Anpirln is the trade mark of Bayer of thirty-five days. lie to Induce regular action. It Stimulate and harmless .
Manufacture ol MonoacetlcaoiJester a respite children because it i Is perfectly -
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;.I ,I' HUME 'Wm. P. A. MORRISON
' \ \ MUCH ROMANCE IN CHINA USED BY JUGGLERS I BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN' HAROLD President, VcePr! ..ld..Bl'D. S.o a Tyr .,


:r ,I i ,;' \ :;\'\ I '. Bradford County Telegraph Mistaken Idea, That All Is Prosaic Apparently Marvelous Feats Are Madi I i Tho services last Sunday were all 1 I Best Fertilizers Insecticides, Sprayers, Poultry

:", I : Concerning Weddings In the Easy by the Use of Specially I{ that was expected in the way of in- Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

M,. : i r ((1 1 i : t Published weekly and entered asl" .Flowery Kingdom. Devised Apparatus tercat and attendance. While some of Prompt Shipment
'I for the summer
matter at the post the members are away
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class ,
I second :
l" 91: Not all tricks see performedby ,
< the
you
.
tliu to think of withus
It bus been custom always visitors knows
months there are neighbor-H
( office at Starke, Florida. professional Jugglers/ till musU ., A.k your
:, _-, the Oilcm us the, place. of the niurrluKE I bull a'rlt r and these fill the places of the ab; Get New July let price list, JUST ISSUED.E. .
'j' ""' 8t4ige ure genuine says
tJft-? :"- -- : of convvnli'nn. *, the plucu whereIt I friends with
''i f r E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Ownf'r 'Is believed. Hurt the clrcumstiui<'es In a London paper. sent. Should you have Co J..cklon\. ,
s nod training of the parties concerned Take, for Jnbiunce the fumlllur out : you for the day, we are sure they 0. Painter Fertilizer ,

"" Some banks will not accept $101) liuve, aura to do with happiness. then which consists of rolling a bull backward I would enjoy worship with us ,

1 1, tills unless they are endorsed by 1 the the mere millter of their' pcrmmalllles. and forward along a round, i Next Sunday morning, at 11:00: the

h depositor or payee. This because some Hut odd 1 fcldellulits/ are thrown on this I smooth wulkln k-etirk.Apparently marvelous feat pastor will conduct the worship, and
this is
1 clover counterfeit tll of that denomination tradition, In the survival of 1 legends" of I IrOllllllle'l. of balancing, but really a It Is quite will speak on a topic of IIp8<'la1-'ln 1- ,

t have been discovered. Why i not .! and xtoili-s of remurkuble ex- simple. The stick, a professional tercst to nil, namely "God in the Soul I
teptUuis tu the lule.
+ try your $100 bill on tho editors Two of these tales coiuern the butterfly I "prop," la slightly grooved, so that I of Every Man." :'

t They will require no endorsements 1 but In the uiundurin garden and I tTie ball will not full off. Needless to The way in which the people appreciate -
I
for obvious-. reasons you will have to the white rootiter. These figures enter I say, the stick Is held so that the the outdoor service in the

spend the whole amount with/them, Into musty Chinese betrothals und groove Is Invisible to the audience. I makes us feel that no mis-
evening I
I Sometimes "umbrella"\ Is substituted '
timrrltige feasts takevas made in deciding: upon this a I
it Is nut the
for Hut
Y'd, I : a ROCKY ROAR FOR TARIFF Instead, of a pair of earrings or a real th ng.a It stick.Is an Imitation umbrella I:! form of service. The attendance is 'Yat1Gh T + '
'I bracelet CldnvHu swuiu, Hiiillleu on
,I BILL IN CONFEURN tile ludy u who linn been ,selected for made of wood and grooved like the i isUck. i unusually large, yet all can hear the

Two kinds of these fake umbrellas while the pictures
him In one way! or another, Is apt to I I speaker plainly,
i i Party leaders generally( agree that give her, a carved Jade butterfly to are used by Juggleis-one for : can be seen clearly from a distance.

l the tariff bill cannot be passed before wear un a jewel. ball rolling, the other, more deeply I'The weather, permitting, the service

j September 1, ,and cannot be passed by Tills corumeinoiuU'9 a legend of a grooved for balancing the brim of a I, will be on the lawn in the evening.Dr. .

that time if it encounters persistentoppOloltion most remarkable exception to the rule top lint' Bullen will present upon the
often
s from Republican proJ.re8alves of marriages of caste and convenience. Another balancing tent that Is that I screen fifty of the masterpieces of art,

t Y and i the deserting? membersthe of A youth sometime, somewhere, was which excites consists wonder In and'keeping amazement two billiard : illustrating the ministry of our Lord.

Old Guard. The bill will then have chasing\ jmtterlllps. Following a particularly slides the most expensivethat \00
balls placed one ubove the other on I' These are
he jumped over a
lovely one
i to to conference, and, as the Senate This feat, and to the
KO wall und landed In the garden of a the top of a billiard cue. can be purchased, see
rates, in many instances, are: mandarin. The mandarin/ hud a daugh/ It may be said at puce cannot be done pictures is next to a visit to the art k4?mfortComeswith7Aese

much higher than the House rates, It ter. lie caught the butterfly Ills without resort to trickery. It never galleries of Europe. There will be

may be assumed that the Houso co head wits not chopped' off and he mar- has been done, and It inuy safely be special music! which will add to the Shoes of Striking Style

l forces will make an effort to restore Vied the lady who matched the butter asserted that It never will be done impressiveness of the service. ,
0' balls. and cue.
with genuine billiard I
,
the Houso rates on many article, In the g/lrd/ ".
J which will mean still 'further delay. 111.1 Then there Is the story of.the white I Host jugglers use Imitation bllllurd : WASHINGTON shoes
t favorites. In balls for this trick. These are made i FLiVVER ON RAMPAGE: MARTHA
fowls
another obstacle to thG These ure I have taught millions of
But there is to look I
enameled
of boxwood and so us i '
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considered' oinaiueiitul -
China and
of the bill with the Senate are foot comfort no longer necessi
milcle. Hut that
adoption of exactly like the genuine Narrow From women
objects fur a tirst-clues garden I J. C. Grilfis Has Escape ,
usual it hn I niudu they are clumsiness. In these modish shoes
rates if the proceduro pouch bloHHoma und pine trees. when tl\oy are being Serious Injury tates shoe

The Senate conferees, according to an The Chinese anUldea loses her lover I either slightly flattened or:.else weighted i v I that you would select for their beauty alone I

,dl P established rulo will be composed
the Finance Committee and the two this vuitb In Muinu( "louiantlc fnvhlon. I themselves. If maul billiard balls : Sunday afternoon J. C. Grub was;i comfort-ease unlooked-for where

ranking minority members. The rank She'goes ton lie gulden" where sits used are used, ns they III'G III1O'fllUl'th! traveling homeward along Walnut ultra elegance has seemed the only thought.

r injr Republican members of the cor. 'to meet him She thinks about hllll.I;I are "doctored" In u similar wuy. of street in his trusty Ford. The rate oftravel Inspect these shoes. Let us give you a fitting,
Bottles for balancing on the edge( i
well. glitMidiuir.es i only ten or twelve miles' \
mitteo McCumber Smoot and JFollctte. She looks dean the : was
I are Democrat I oil the birds that ore In the garden. : u plate ate milo of wood, grooved,. in hour. He kept the middle of the i
it The ranking They all leave her except her white and weighted at tlttt bottom The Indian street but when opposite Col.! Crews'I
members are Simmons and William; I clubs used by Jugglers lire specially Griffin & Johns
So I
Into the \\\ell.\
roaster., She jumpx' evidence he turned to the right side.That !
llght'vvood), and .
the made of ,
Senator LaFullctte is against es: does the bird. '1'1103' lioth drown Kiit I a very ''
tortionate Senate rat.eslnd also; both uke faithful though life and In hollow ut that. Even, the lighted candles is, he turned l the steering wheel' STARKE. FLORID \

against the extortionate rates in the death. with which they play nil sorts of Lizzie, who had always been meek and

the House at each wedding where proper. I tricks ui'e not reiglly candle obedient, of a sudden became rebellious : shoes will bring
bill as it came from e!') So Martha Washington you a
that it may be assumed he will voi\! attention Is paid to old custom' tbo Of course, this does not mean that, and though her master shut his new realization of what genuine comfort can
there U skill shown in juggling/;
'Ink wine from a no turned the wheel l to the
bride< aii with the two Democratic members i I In i after ranking nil allowances furl I mean, even with most beautifullyclad
"I curved Jade cup wbl>:h Is a suiitliuvntul even right with all his strength the cussed-,
is inA'
restoring most of the House rat.cs. faked "props' In fact sonic tricks foot. The shoe you want
increased by the Senate statue tu the fultliCul' bird. "Bhowerlni II icss of inanimate things prompted stock.
which were such na "cuacudlng": or I our ample

r Co that it will,be seen that the prod! Steel' ,Used In U/nb'-ellas. Dumber of bulls In the air, or pel'tol'JII'I I he car to circle to the left. It climbed :: '" '

e tpering tariff bill which PresiJet All uinbrclUs contain steel as a I lug a similar feat with plates, the curb opposite J. M. Alvarez's'esidence n
edged Rhan I. much be fuked at nil I and butted 1 8A'ainst.an. oak | 1t1.dJil/Q
Harding has repeatedly necestmry component. Just how I .._ _
be passed against the'better judgmciof / however, tins been! n subject of Home! tree; This caused the rear wheels to I I I Marnawashin
Romance Hard to KIM. '
A members of his own party i In Interest. While the umbrella Industr.la skid, and] Mr. Griffls was thrown out. JI'
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many blllDerot
chin Is'the furled
still has rock not a large user of steel, Its totu A lumpy The unlucky driver lay stunned fora I o --- !ton
the Senate and House a. y, youth. Uyery,: woiuuu knows It-o '. I ,
and sheets la subCtantlul -
of wire
road to travel. I consumption If she tIl ('Hu't, meu do' which U inoi few moments, then got up and tookstock .
,
considering the light weigh)
Tacit ut the 1 1biury 11, of himself. No he wasn't hurt Shoes
the
{, Tf the Senate finis to pass'tho of the QnlMlied product., A maker at und woiscAs: woman ,

bill by the first week in September, i It umbrella flames on a large" scale In corner hud u lumpy chin, )"ou. so bad, only a few bruises. a few contusions .,

t a is generally agreed that it will not I Philadelphia Is'reported l to use 2.r.tlOton I could tell that she hud kissed: Jl. a few wrenches-little thingsnot \

""e get. through before October 1, ]i'i In of high cuiboii steel rods, 351 manicgoodbj".! Hilt her vanity WIiS worth mentioning. Then he looked -
I .
: could tell
lte-i>U.' You
l r erj which event it would not get into the: tons of ttoft basicroil* und 300( tons of wearing French at the tree-it was skinned and
j
that too by the WilY she flaunted ber
P hands of the President until after tti\! bessemer sheet steel emir yen; 'l'h"I I somewhat str- 'i cut. Served it right; it had no busl- .
und hlUglll'll-11
would suit larga entire InlJlIlry11111\ about lr>lH) ton bead ;': there. A harmless ,"
a V election. This a I dent laugh for so public- a place-un ness : poor, hitching
...,. I
of roil.iWire
ut aliveta mid about I.CQU! tous
dread thG had suffered
number of Republicans who I otherwise registered excitement: at thG post nearby sundry dents
of ribs um
for tile imiQufiutui'e
tank of trying to explain to their eon- news another womuu wua broudcusin. But when he looked at his car that
stretchers Is inaUu from hlgh-carbun
v stituentu why they voted to make the I rods, while the runners Botches and I .'-: : was something else; and it would coatmoney WANTEDRecruits

''a" With cost of living still higher and to various other mull parts used lu.tlu Now;; don't full to be on time 1I to-have it fixed. But the garages

kill what little foreign trade has our- frames lire fusliloned from soft busk I want you to meet him. lIe owns' his" would do no work on a Sunday .-J, __

vived during the three years the Republicans rods. The steel rods are made fruits I Owls home und a ,tine radio set' I so Mr. Grifiis left the car in disgust ,
{ "Him he u 'rc-iil curt I won'look I
have had control of both I bessemer NbcelH. Four conipimietpnictlciilly got and walked home.
'; makes all the utiibrcllu I ut a beau that flivvers. I for Co. "G," 154th. Infantry, FlorJ J
branches of Congress. '
., I I I Foolish? Of co'm-su It wits foolish,
frames lit tlie-lulled; Slates Ut there
r < I three me In l'hlluolcl1>hlu and one In but wouldn't this be one prosy old I FOR MAYORC. ida National Guard.
everjbody ln It was us wlsOK
world It
V' inArcs tic.: N'ewuik.! 1'blluUelj.lilu therefore, maybe I
s i Equipped l with (powerful wireless I said< to be the home of the uiubrellii I you und I und I the gale post' I L. Peek I is hereby announced a Sixty drills a year. Fifteen days encampment
folks do foolish thing!I
trannrnlltlni instruments, rnpuble of I a Industry ,of thin country I Besides, wise candidate for-Mayor of Starke, subject
the Hire" in August.
when get r range of fl.OiM' miles In middle lull- they to voters in the city election to
; tudcs the Quest,' Sir Ernest" Shackle- Built Train for Wa''... wise men of Got bum/ who went to sea be held Sept. 12, 1922.

e ton's adventure ship, will be able to I A letter from Toklo telling ot 'the I In a tub-Washington Star Regular Army pay for armory drills and encampment. I

k i'' t keep In touch with this country ever;; visited the \prince of Wul .s euiplut. Eden.

,' day, for the nearer she Is to theI'ole_ I puce that the Japanese know how to I I At Explaining Irregular the Intervals Garden of the controversy 666 quickly relieves Cold, Con Applicants must be physically fit men, of, good moral |
become the do things well. 11m special' truln that
f+ ether the more, etlwctlve which curry;will wireless menBilged. curried the prince. around the countryus over the existence oft the Out- stipatia > Biliousness and Head, character, between ages of 18 and 45,
; waver "
1 ItI
Sometimes r
of Is revived.
den Eden
I compoHfd of three cuaches whichwero : aches. A Fine'Tonic. ,
r' a I but In later years it seems!' .
exclusive\ gets warm .'
Arctic built enpedully. tos, Ills ...
.
a it Mad" tho pioneers of (explora I to have lost much of Its bitterness Apply to
lUKe. nil
The royal coiiiiiirlineHt ate )
I \hint been able to ntlllzeMho miracle I It recalls the remarks un the subJect Uresves J"'!star'' ru' cidi: ;1.:9fM: :
s
.llIvnll/Jo a
r ', of wireless| '" Olilnllllh'lIth.JIhe trngl iipliolktered In i" style I attributed to John Wesley Wortd. I Julian L. Peek ,\ 2nd Harold C. Wall
4 Capt. or Lt.
stories of the bast ccoturywould probably restful tiJlot &1'1b..log the predominant -, teutons vi* b ofmuch originalitywell ,, _,
V I color. The woodwork Is In, a preacher rkhiogtaeblood., Ya, seemsrs.tran.nn.nla ;; ::! '.
t+ i never (t..ft written. Prnnklli I to Clevelundcrs of forty L'.. rr4v.sl
i ably niulnigiiny, with panels of silk currying known Inv1lloru\iRJI\ .V ':nlt'lcml: ;"m"nlnm"m"nD"'lCnCDflIIIICIIUICIf'iICl'If'm''I' ; i ; (: (;':'in'"tigia'
hAve lien
In that event
would. As nearly as bit word"
n chryxantlu'iminv. ..design. In white odd years ugo.
I I to communicate hi* lid plows c'nclltlnhand can''lie recalled Mr. Woodln sold! I -- -- -
his exact lotiitUui to tlumo win j and gold. there wasn't. no Garden
The iiiuntHpU'co marking; the radiator } "Kiiy| say I
a for so long, \nlnly bmveil. the terropof nt ono end of the observation cur of Kdcn. The Dlble says! there was. .
the Arctic In nt'urch of his IOMI what I 1---
Some we don't understand
i Imported Into say
was Irmde of mahog.my 1I
expedition, thc fiitc ",f which was only tho Bible mesas when It says there I
Jitpun. Home. dljlears'ago, It Is Said.Some I '
discovered. after ten years highly prUcd wood supplied\ the'' was. As for mett all I got tit say Is. II When You Have NothingYou WORK.
I I where are we I
niutrrliil for the willing' table In the there nsn't no Harden, -
SAVE.
'I look for original, sin So 1 I
n Goat Mothers Puppies. prime's) private Mul..l'rhe third goln' to
.. An Interesting fact was learned 1 at romhIIK reserved tor the membersof ', listen to 'em talk this way und 1 I ,I '

,y ",', Tulsa, Okla., when n mother goat on i the 1'1..1'11..11| c'ommlltee, at the I I listen to 'em talk tint and when they : i TURN OVER.

i the ranch ;of a millionaire oil man win bead of which wan u prince of the I ret!' through I say, 'What's all this i iI

a discovered with eleven reiil".t*>rc'tl 'A Ire Mood. 'wbit accompanied the prince fussing tot to do with the plan ol SAVE AGAIN.

dale puppies she hail. adopted. Th of U'nU't iliiittighoiit!' bis journey.O I salvation an.vwayt' And that's where
iJ '( f mother of the pupa became suddenj, I stead and, I stand I'-Cleveland KEEP SAVING.'

t 111 after tine birth and at the same, Yes, H* Liked It.Air :I Plain Uelll r.I Want* Money KEEP TURNING.

M'' time a mother goat lost Us kid so UK r.iiKlNhmiin: newly arrived In

i rancher placed the.pups with Hit till oiiuu1) WIIM taken home to dinner No Pulse. .

t rtq, &out. At first the goat rebelled, but i>"ne nlttlit, by a friend., There was Thomas Jr., just! five years old liv

finally allowed, the peps to nurse coin, on i lit tit III 1', and, the host knowing ing on the North side, wus worried on

'1 1 standing up. However after a week ", that inoxt Knullxhiiirn: / not f11- account of bis auntie's poor health. /

? s. elapsed, the foster mother) !' lay down mlllnr with this,' vegetable! asked I If She was'lying down resting ; ;e other Carry out the above policy and you will have money. Each year will
end allowed her family to eu- and tried to you
; 4 puppy he liked It, day when he came up '
ad t : joy their meal *at all ,hours In a nut- "( iii, yes," replied, the visitor, ..apparently find her pulse as lie' hnd seen the doctor have more money. ,*

l' Ural position. II not wishing to appear dlsc do. She said to him : .

<.urtoiii t "I like It." I "0.. you think my pulse is Rood.to \
'Ir k A Coffin of Stalagmite.. I lInt when the platter of Golden Kan- tiny Doctor Me?"' He solemnly replied ,

i i Uoctor Itrdllcka of tha National tarn woe 1'.1' | he did not take tiny : "No:; ; joji Ire dead.; "-Indianapolis i V But to do this it is advisable

,F'v f museum was called to the Luray cuv- "\Vhy..Bnhl the host "1 thought yell I News. When You Have to have banking connections
Money
f fa''. eras to Investigate some bones that said you liked corn.. ,

I e hnd been discovered embedded In n ,_ "I da like It," eNplnlned the KnglUh- The Mood of 'the Time. .. first as a means of saving,

,f; stalagmite. With some difficulty tilt man ; "but I don't .JIU,* It well enoughto "I have nv doubt that you could and then tor convenience in
whole containing<< the bones wainmoved () Magazine.
3, depqalt rat It.-Everyl'oy's : book of reminiscences Y
write Interesting OU'
t;j In pieces; and the bonpM \\\'I'rt I a very," remarked the admiring I the transaction of your in.

Im mind\ to he party of n faunae nkPle- i Sound Box Wlttj Perforated Disks business.
friend creasing
V '- ton ; lint ,the( only traro 'of the skill' AnjtbliiK that eliminates "1II3IVn"1'1I "
r was, a portion of the lower Jaw Th I \ that are disturbing to 'those "I might replied) Senator Sorghum./ Want More bankjs
h going This
But'' I am'not to" attempt any ready to
museum l 1'1' studying/ the produced by the Iwtlon fit the record serve
not
such thing. At present people are .
I' i Scientific (" BiJl."IIII.tlll'-I' Itself In phonographic devices, will so much Interested In what fins happened you. ,
naturally Improve the reproduction of "
ns In whnt In golng-to happen .
j I Instrumental' and I music, remarks
: '., ; Nature Possibly vonil # .
b On u Quebec. furor.
nib, :1'.I wn+. born n tnlf'thnt HI tho age, of slj! I I Is suKI 'to he done In patented Golf. BANK OF ST.ARKEPaying

i i months had\ nine teahv hlxe of the phonographic sound box of the usual The trouble-' with, ffolf Is that to .

''''III'' were! out otT, tenting four* A,I shape having the iHunl vibratory 1.111It well requires more patience, '.

year ago tills holfor bud' a calf and It diaphragm ut one end l. und between s lelfcontrol.vllllnenesn. to practice by.check it i easy. Paying by check is safer

now ti fitful| ordinary, milker, but he that and the outlet a series of dinks and devotion to n delicate 'and, conk )

n eaif tins Jiut two teats. Was' nature with I registering. : openings; grnduully illcnted maneuver than the ,(' j I E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. I CEO... C. WHITE:, Cashier
tt too anxious to'avoltl another surjrlca, decreasing In number toward the out. nan iMisxesses.! Hence the few good! i I

t operation !T. let. so that the sound wave art not f .olfers and the many dubs-Et-

effected 1 by th unnnd box 1t"1f.'dI bange
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FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1922. BRADFORD .' II '1
FLORIDA.
COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, PAGE .FIVE
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Mrs. Charles Laraon and little son, A RELIC FROM THE PAST LETTER FROM PASTOR SMITH heart Is in Florida and his prayers 'r''

Thus. Jr., who have been guests oJC are for Starke. It ,ia! his prayer that ,
,.1 l. and Mrs D. E. Knight for ...e Early Number of Telegraph Owned by; The Telegraph has received tile following all departments of' the church are ,

[ Bits of LocalInformation ill past I two weeks, left Friday for Wit A. II. Johns letter from Rev. M. L. Smith, functioning right on in his absence { ''I.S SHe

Springs, where they will spend a few of tho First Methodist church, dated asked( tho men to take charge of '1 ?

I days before returning to their horns Dampness, rats and roaches long 82d Division,' Officers Reserve, Camp the services next Sunday morning; \ ,

'I'i in Fort Pierce. ago destroyed the early files of the I McClellan, Ala., July 23rd: come out and give the men a heaiuiff. r

!! Telegraph, but through; tho klrulnent i The pastor is enjoying his few They will show you something ?

aar..M/ Om* trees., eYulwrae 'II Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futrh: of De- of A. II. Johns, we have on our dusk ;I weeks of vacation in the camp of the know they will. All they ask is a

i l1,9 )IJ r.al/rw. *. a*. 4C..owI" T_ I Land, have been in Starko' this week, I the IHh number of the paper, tinted I soldier. It Is at Camp McClcllun, chance and! a hearing.! 'I'\

4LL _._ -. guests of Mr. and. M1rs, H. I.. Brown- October 25, 1879. This mains thai ', Ala., doing "squads right. I am in M. L. SMITH: .
-r -- -=:-.:: ><0&_ .,,J I' lee. Today they will go to the Stat I the first number was issued July 19( ,. Uncle Sam's army, but thank the LordI Pastor, I,,( R 1
-- -- Farm to be guests of lIon. and 1rrs.I I 1879, and that the Telegraph is now am in a still greater army-I am in ) I

I S. Griner, of the Brooklyn scc- I Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Ruiford, of J. S. Butch for a few dnys. Mr '13 years old. One member of the I God's! army. When I see the soldiers, REGISTRATION NOTICE" : ,

was //n town Friday. Raiford, were visitors to Sturke Fri. I BliUh a brother of Mrs. Futch. present Telegraph force helped tc tho tents, the equipment, the shells!, "f '

lay Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mahood, of "set up" the first and n few of tho subSequent the expense of millions of dollars, I Notice is hereby given that tho registration I Ir)

Fern,Plunt: Vans! peppers ands Elarbee, accompanied them. F. C. Roberts and family, of Tampa numbers-of tho paper. I ask. "What is this :for?". The answer books gf Bradford county"' '

= are leaving Starke daily.F have been guests during tho week The paper was then called tho Flor : comes ringing back: "This Is men's will be open at tho court house in '

Mrs. W. N. Armor, who has been of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Kito. They; -Telegraph and was owned und edIted plan to kill each other" If wo had Starke on Mondays, Fridays and Snt- I'"

A. Scott and family are at Knp' "-slake I visiting her mother, Mrs. E. J. Wain. spent a few days on Kingsley lake,, by the late Col. W. W. !Moore. Tt one-tenth the volunteers and spent urdays between the hours of I 9 a. m. ;q

..v occupying their cottage. wright, left Saturday to visit relatives then left for Pablo Beach. Mr. Rob was claimed to be "conservative InI I one-tenth the sum for God's army, as and 12 m. and 2 p. m. to 5 p. m., from ( 4t

I : in Ne\ Orleans and Los Anteles. erts is superintendent of motor vehi politics. Col. )$floors hud lately been we do In out army to destroy and kill tho lust Monday in August until thasecond '\ (,,

O. T. Nelson, a well known trucker ; cles for the city of Tampa and travels a republican and had not been a democrat I men who, the poet tolls us, are, our Saturday in October for tho 1 ::1''

Saxton, was in Starke Saturday.A in a well appointed automobile and long enough to bo of the red hot brothers, our fellow workers, the mil registration of electors .

I' Joe Wainwright has bought of Mr. trailer. variety. The printing office was in a lennium would come in a decade, I be C. A. KNIGHT, \ '{:
son was born to Mr. and Mrs.V.. Cowart the steam cleaning and pressing barn-like structure where II. G. Ma Hove. i Supervisor of Registration for Bradford ) t '

G. Strlngfellow Monday, July 21th I business, located in the Odd PelI !- W. F. EDWARDS DEAD son's store is now, the building:\ (>lnlt The pastor is In Alabama, but his !, County, Florida. 728i2t.Your N, i''

i I lows building.! Quick and satisfactory owned by the late J. N. Johns, father .. r
Mrs. T R. Sweat, of Jacksonville, I|I work guaranteed. Just as the Telegraph goes to press! owned by tho late J. M. Johns, father --- ------- ---- M Mr

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:1 Rev. L. W. Kicklitcr has bought the Edwards, an old and highly respected sugar cane, corn, potatoes and other r -
Louis IT.'Jlill. Lawtey's live real estate -;' scrap: lumber leftover from the Woo citizen of Starke, had breathed his products were everywhere. On one of

man, had business in Starke on nibn's Club building. He will use it last. An obituary will appear in our the walls bunt the skin of a monster

Tuesday. I, in the construction of outhouses and r.ext issua. rattlesnake, 8 feet, 9 inches long and
I
{or repair work.D. 14 inches wide, perhnps the largest 1
J. W. Morgan is having repairs I! I
rattler ever killed in the state. It
uade to the cottage adjoining his res. W. und R. 11. Starkey, who came WILL UNEARTH OLD CITIES was slain by the late Captain A. r..1

u
sane ago Monticello, American Scientists Hav. Bear von jI sac VEAL CXt j jIl
have built a neat cottage on their Permission Make Ex. Stai-fce. a/.pi .
to ltrti
Granted
C. F. Sayles, of Miami, is vis- n ?
place It feels almost to look over
on Orange street and rapidly ploratlons In Asia Minor. uncanny
''ing at the home of her parents, Col.
Improving their premises. the news and advertising columnsof .
and Mrs. C. L. Peek. -- ---- Ancienttiles In Anln Minor, burled.! this old copy of the Telegraph '

J. W. Andrews, Sr., left a few days six cl'lIt1I1'h's before (' ,. 1st. are to be With only two exceptions, all those' '
Go to Hampton beach Dancing ev- uyo -for a.tlip[ to the great West. On dUll up and. explnieil by AmericansclwitlHts mentioned are dead, and some of them 4
i-y Wednesday night. Music by the his toar-lio, will take in Hot Springs, : to \\huni l"'I.IIII..I..n has entirely forgotten. Tho exceptions I al : I II ,

''laincsville orchestra.. It* Ark., El Paso, Texas, and points of Just been grunted l h y the Greek fiovernnienr. lire, first, Col. C. L. Peek, who advertises '
received
to rnlilegram
according n / '
'interest in California. his "Starke Institute, established .aryr ,
Paul Canova, Sr., and family have nt WimhliiRton by Prof. Edward ,4
returned home after spending several The 'Tele'h;; -me;; I CULTS' of Princeton( : university,, 1877. Col. Peek wn then! n struggling iII XJya t \ / 't ('
acknowledges who Is clmlrmnn or the hoard of man young teacher, but an Indomitable
weeks at Kingsley lake. : a pleasant visit Monday from the following Htrers of the Amrrlnin! School of worker. During the boom that !

well known citizens of Johns Classical Studies nt Atlions. Doctor struck Staiko a couple of years latl'r,1,
Section Foreman D. L. Rigby: is put- town: lion and Mrs. John P. Coffin, 1 1I Capps was formerly United States he became n real estate agent and, i
ting the main and side tracks at the minister to art-ecu'. t I ..
I Rev. Sheldon A Harris anti Lewis O. was soon on the road to fortune. Tho '
depot jn prime condition. Jones. This concPNHlon Is the first to be other exception 1 la Moses Muck, blacksmith
gl'null'cto\ nay foreign society; since I
,
I BW a **-! I I colored. He still does business
Gainesville the n<>K/:<>tntlon by the foreign! powersof
Miss Sinuh Moore, of \ {
Mrs. M.
Le,iton and daughter, Rosa The ancient nt the same old stand and is a man W -,
student at the University, spent the are in Valdosta, Ga., visiting relatives., !Site the of Treaty Colophon of Sevres.one> of the original without, reproach.The f (Ii ,U s L'I' 'ih

week-end with her parents.L I They were accompanied by Fneeman 12 cities constituting! the Ionian confederacy others are brought back by S '

I Register and the trip was made by In the Sixth century, B. 0.,, memory as a phalanx: in shadow land,
II. Eastman has had his residence I automobile Mr. Register returned will he tile first excavation work at. merchants, lawyers, doctors, county f'} '

on West Call street recovered home Monday. tempted.Colophon was a powerful,, officers, tradesmen, farmers-they are (

and improved by minor repairs. I rill and large community for many /gone. Many of them so long ago that e-T& Truck ,
ccntiirli-a, and l Its ruins ore said. to be
L. C. Ray of Dunedin, who has been the present generation has hardly
Misses Maude and Margery Hall, of here on account of the illness and nmoiiff\ the. most Impressive In size, of heard of them. But they did their

Ocala, are spending two weeks with I death of his mother, Mrs. C P. Ray, any of the burled. cities of.Asia Minor. part: in making Starke and fought val.IlIntJy I At this exceptionally low With Pn.umaflo, Y d 4'

Mrs. J. M. Tison af Kingsley lake. left Tuesday for White Springs to for progress.: or Solid,,.. and

spend a week before returning- 2 lis "The old 1 knights are dust it price namerchantorman- d"mount.blfJ rims.II i
The store recently vacated by' the I ufacturer afford to do choice ofiI a
home in Dunedin. II can
I Their swords are rust, I iI I either the r eater
Consumers Lumber Co. kis being repaired r. Their souls are with tho Lord, wo without a Ford one-ton gearlgdof3.1/6'o y 4 '
and painted for the next occu 1'1 I for deliv
I If, after your name stamped on your trust" truck. A truck that'has fpnati
pant. copy of the Telegraph: "Iaug22":! follows Starke thoso days was! so wild and ; considered g..rln4pryl/ffpr-I

I it means that your subscription wooly, that n description of it would always been for heavy hftufJnll.I .
Dr. J. J. Bullen and family are expires August\ 1, 1922.() : If you renew I riot bo believed by tho present R'enl"ru.1 by owners as the greatest
week at the I I
the summer
for
guests' promptly you will miss no copies. .Tor 1 tion. In 1881 a big boom value for the money, even when sold at
cottage of Paul Canova at Kingsley year, $2; six: months, $1. lasted all through tho 80's, and tho : .
price.
I a higher
lake.
town put on metropolitan airs. Up to I a t lt.
Mr. and Mm. II. A. Bishop) spent 1SOU! it was surrounded\ by splendidorange Its dependability W
Sis'trunk and endurance
G. M. power
and Mrs.
:Mr.
the week-end in Green Cove Springs. I groves, bit tho freeze of that
son, Joe, and grandson< Merrill Futch, On their return! they were accompanied ,I INCLUDED year killed them. Since that timo little economy of upkeep and operation, and 1

are in Cedar Keys for a few days this by Mrs. Bishop's parents, Mr. and Shet Isn't nature wonderfult Just progress has been mado in a material I its capacity to handle loads safely are weir
week. I Mrs. E.. D. Prevatt who will spend think of the beautiful trees, and flow/ to little
I way, but that really amounts I known Ford Truck qualities, and so recognized ,. I
.
I In rs, the peacocks, and the bird On
some time Starke with them. when we contemplate how well we
Prayer meeting at the Presbyterian I the other hand we have anlmali. moral and social I by farmers and business!? concerns .I t
1n!
have progressed a
church will be changed from Thursday I E. H. Smith, the garage man, has .Beasts and .wine of-prey and cattle. The hog way. In that respect we have the best 'I the country over. ,1

to Wednesday evenings, after this bought of D. Boree the bungalow just He (Interrupting):-and rent: prone little town in Florida--and that i iI Is '. I II
week.,. I built on Church street, south of the ,, teers. worth something. !I The extremely low price is creating an

1 park, and he and Mrs. Smith are now I increased demand for the Ford one-ton .
Don't lose hppe. Tanlac has helped ( conveniently ensconced there. The lot Made Goad: II I '
II Had Complexions advise the of
ORDER FOR PUIILTCATIO'1In I! truck, so we placing your
almost
had given up
thousands: who I has been stumped, fenced and plowed Circuit Court Slat of Horlila ElirhthJuillelnl I "My complexion was very bad from I
in', despair.. Try it. Turner's Drug and is ready for planting.; 0"ry. Circuit" Bradford County In Chan. ;poor health and being out in the sun I'' order now to insure reasonably prompt
ffJrnm
tore, Starke. \ I llama, ComplndMnt.v mO .- and wind. I have used one bottle of +I delivery Terms if'desired.J.W.ANDREWS, .,

Charles .Strowder Austin, one of B. ItaM-n.* Defendant! I Magnolia/ Hit 1 in and already there is "II I
Capt. R. lleiberger-of Brooklyn, the victims of an automobile! accidentin It appearlfiir by affidavit appended to the I wjll continue ,'jI 'I .,
office ,an' appreciated. visit bill ni.il In the ebovu.otat.d cam. that O. 1) j a great Improvement;
paid our Jacksonville Saturday night, wart : damn thv defendant. therein. named !I. a" non.rtvldunt ." using It. Respectfully, (signed) Mrs. I JR.
Tuesday. He reports much progressin onea citizen! of Starke and will! be I of the atato of Florida and In a I Natch- ,
rnidi-nt of another atato than the Utat of L. Ilt-rty, 214 N. Union Street, I
h'ls section. remembered as a peddler of ice cream Florida that ho bi-llevra that the unld donl.! Mis ." Ilagan's[ Magnolia Balm is I Fnd Fordson Dealer ( rl
e.: >
friends' ant la a nwidunt o( the Stat of Onto. and. laover I
Ho "has here who will
many the are of twonly-Kmu year 1 it la thore.rot's a pure liquid faco powder and toilet I 5'a.'k..F : \ Its;
have ,\
The weeds along ,our streets reiftet his untimely death. ordered' that acid.. non-rvnidi'nt, dnf.ndant lotion. Clears the ilk in. 4 k- '
\
beautifies
over this week h. and ho IM heruby rrqulrvd to appear to the !
the once .
been .
,given I bill of aomplnint flli-tl.. In ..1.. cal,.. on orH colors: Brunette, white, pink, rose- -- --- --- .c.
Mr. Hull Is the contractor and Mr. last Friday Mr. and Mrs. N. B. { .fora Monday, the fourth day of BepU-mbur, mail. !
I A. D. U22.. otharwla. the allnuatlnnl of laid : mi. 75 tents at druggists or by
Williams the barber Hull, Mrs. 'V. C. Martin-Redland, hill will ba taken aa eonfawwd by aaid I 1 Mrs. Hull's sister and Mrs. C. H.I fcndant. ,
It I.. further ordered' that thla order! b. Brooklyn, N. V. Adv. II pffiQUDQVDCrXBffiiDQSDffifl: ) AT son was born to Mr. and Mrs. L. I I Knight, of Jacksonville, made a trip pubtlahed one* a .....k for fI". "on..ulhowoek. .- .

E. Moseley, of Raiford Sunday, July i to, the State Farm. They found much ....*".In,>..r the ptibllahed Brailford. In said County county Telogrnph and ata!.an -
23rd. Mrs. Moseley Is a daughter of ;,to admire, but were especially charmed This 151h day, of July. A. J> 1922.
W. AtTDERMAM.Clerk T-A4YO1
J. Manning! of Starke. with the beautiful layout and O. Clerk Circuit Court ENCOLUMN

(plantings around upt. Blitch's resi'lence. I- GREEK C .
Solicitor for Complainant 7-28-01-8-25.
Mrs. I. D. McCormick, of Jackson- | !
ville, and Mrs. E. A. Grog, of Brad-

entow.n,'were visiting !Mrs. G. M. Sis- !i Friends in Starke have received 666 Cures Malaria, Chills, i

... trymk .a few days!: last week I cards-from !Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mc- Fever Bilious Fever

I(Master, of Tampa, announcing the arrival Colds and LaGrippe. FOR SALE-rTwo young pony mules,

In every community there are people I! of a son on the 18th inut. Mrs. NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDSItprvby one large farm mare. Can be seen I w w -....
who have been wonderfully' *e- McMaster was formerly Miss Marie notice 'la *lv n that the Town Con n- place east of Starke baseball ground '

stored to health! by taking Tanlac. Try I Livingston. She has a host; of friends> ill of. biota the for Town III of fret Stark.of .S4 Florida Inch ,ralnfonmlermorrt. .will nMlv. -. E. M. Thomas. 7-21-21 I Elberton Blue Georgia Granite"THE
'it. Turner's Drug Store, Starke. I tin Starke who will wish all sorts of or terra cotta pip. f. o. b. Btarke.
Florida, up to 8 o'clock p. m., on Auiruat let STONE ETERNAL" i ,
grad fortune for little George Riley l1J22. ,

If you feel 1 half sick, nature's tired .and; warn-worn 'McMaster., I I II and The all council blila. _Ml.. the right to ...J.ct. any FOR SALE OR RENT GEORGIAIMARBLE; : ,:variou.'.hades!make .

out all the time it la DK: WITT C, JONES.
Ing. Avoid a breakdown by taking I At a meeting of the creditors of thu : C. A FUTCH. Chairman.
t Cl.rk.' T-21-it-7-iH! The Joe F. Canova,property on Walnut MEMORIALSRenowned
Tanlac. Turner's Drug Store, Starke. Plant City Mercantile: Company the
R.: E. Canova,I ,
street. Apply
store o( which has been closed for several SEABOARD ,.:TRAIN SCHEDULEIn
7-28-2t.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Mrs.D. weeks, in the officeof H. P, Bays!, Starke FU._ ,-

E. Knight and Mrs. W. E.: Middle- referee of bankruptcy, Tampa, Sat' ( effect April 30 1922). COOL LAKE WATEJScg/ UK-:
ton went to Lake Butler Saturday af- urday Attorney J. C. Poppell was ap- Sodthbound SIDE THIS KQIHI'PEII FLOUIIIA { HFORIARCHITECTURALIDIGNITYJ( i; '

ternoon to attend the funeral of Mrs. pointed trustee of the bankrupt stock No. 1 reaches Starke at 11:40 p. m.. FARM andaEVERLASTING ENDURANCE

Seeber King. Stock invoices presented! by C. M. No. 3, 10:1: >9 a. m. ,Where independence) security, happiness ri

Weeks when filing bankrupt proceedings No. 21, Cedar Key'Train, 4:58 p. m. await you; 6:5: acres; convenient -I Three essential factors tolbe'considered inbuying: mon i I
Waiter'Wills.- and ,M.- Wills of Showed asset valued at $11,000 No. 15, Limited, 2:15 p. m. to railroad town; level, heavy
through Starke on their while liabilities total $3ROO.2-!) : ument., are, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY APPROP. I 4
Tampa come Northbound cropping tillage, fenced pasture;
While kNo. RIATENESS. You have the of this combination J ,
home from Jacksonville. Plant City Courier. 11 assurance i
way 2 arrives Starke 5:19: a. m. wood; 125 peach trees, oranges,
here they were guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. No. 4 at 4:00: p. m. bearing pecan trees; beautifully situated when!huyingour: material. '!

W. Morgan. Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days! No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47 a. m. .house overlooking sparkling' COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON GLead />. i''
i i> '.1 i r'I--NVifPAZOOT"En'hn! outbuildinR''I.1 ,
J,? ,} '. ..an'oF, , A party composed of Mr. and Mrs.A. ., : Wannee Branch Owner called away. $1750:; takes all, i in ff Manufacturer of the SouthField '
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W. Moore and daughter and Miss I No. 101 leaves Starke 7:43: a. m. horse, 14 hogs, poultry, equipment and| or Special R pr...nttiv., I

Bertha Moore motored from Jacksonville .I Only One "BROMO QUININE"ra No. 101 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. p-rowlng crops: Included. to quick buy. i W. ELLERY DAVIS. STARKE, FLA.aaflHPBfflmamfflmmmfflmmBmmmmmmmPffd. B BS BP .

Friday to spend a week with Mr set th* ... uln*,eett .lor foil name, LAXA T. J. GRIFFIN er. G eo. M. Inman, Strout Farm i
riVKBHOMUOUlMINP 11I.'a..u..o. '
: sad Mrs. L. V Moore and other re'a- V W.G KOV R. Cut a a Cold In One )u. Stop* Agent. Agency, Box 4'J5( Starke, Fla. Its ., u ..n.u..m_
Theressa. mud !Uc.dncb.. and wxkoff "old.' :IM
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1 Poisoned mash should be put out _1. L..L.L..I..I-I..L.I..I- ;'
r. wi. (cither in the evening or early morning l .L.aI.JZ.L..L..L..L.L..l.aL..L.J/.IAI id.w'' A l'

...'..'." .-......--..-....--.......... RO that it will not dry too qtiickly.: In
I r.-- the evening would be better as the caterpillars 1 Unexpected'' ,.I

7al would have longer to feed

f With The Bradford u,n' it before it becomes dry. If 'USCO"'I'I

II j ,F, 4 properly prepared and scattered it ac\Te
I will fall in such, small flakes that i
I Farmers .
; County there!' will be no danger to fowls or i e BetterHeavierLongerWearing' /

I wild birds picking it tip. !

L. -...-----..m...---...--..---_..-_ This game remedy may be lined! for $ added .
I09o?
3'h No'1
:
l the sweet potato caterpillar, which 3o x .

will doubtless appear!' in Florida by 'TheV

'; 1;' +IN' COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS year and if the young/! plants can be I the middle of August./ on Sate Now
r'
carried through: the fall on nematodu- ttew"I&1
I 11' \" d Orange-Sulphur dusting for the free soil, they may make a satisfactory -: GEORGIA COTTON CROP SUFFERS SCO set the high value mark
control of rust mates I Is giving good growth when set in Infested fields FROM RAIN] AND WEEVIL 1 for 30 x 3J/2 tires when it ee etteg'' n
t 1 .I, result] Third, if seedbeds are infested the I I y :\ originated the $10.90 price
ii I I Corn Crop Also Suffers in General last FaiL c o
t, worms will be carried to. the field,, 1
1 Cluy-Shipmtditu;; ,; of curly sweet potatoes which will become completely Infest- Agricultural Decline e USCO today betters that t 4 ,

t f' l began this week with prospects''' ed.It k mark with a new and greater USCO-anUSCO $
.I d 1; for a good yield. The planting of various is usually the best plan to make Georgia's cotton crop prospects are improved in many important ways. ,

i' full crops will begin this month the seedbed un newly cleared land,, the worst in the United States and the N a'i
t f here. I but some! truckers do not have new 1022 yield will be far below that of For Instance, a thicker tread-with

i '" land, or have a seedbed equipped with !'anyone of the last 20 years, according surer hold on the road-thicker side walls

j '; I Dude-The annual Duda county tIlUI 1 irrigation, whose removal would be to a statement by the agricultural i t adding strength and life to the tire. ; y

poultry show and institute will be held costly. tinder ouch circumstances thq\["bureau at Atlanta.' Heavy rains und And the price i i4! $10.90-with the' v

jo. at Homestead December 2820.! Much worms in the soil may be killed by I the boll weevil caused the serious con- a tax absorbed by the manufacturer. *

interest is being displayed( in this tho use of chemicals. A double treat- dition, it is stated. Some farmers became -
.I work. ment with, sodium cyanide and sulphate ]- discouraged and turned to other a Men have: always looked to t t. '

i L of ammonia being most effective crops, another contributing factor in USCO for. the biggest tire e t. ..r'-

:: ; I Alachua-The--early sweet potato for this purpose, according to the the decrease, it is said I money's worth, on the market. ";; k, .

I ',, I I crop in the LaCron/ section began Florida Experiment Station. "In Georgia, the contra! and most They always get a 'bigger ? .

I moving this week, and the fields that I Sodium Cyanide at the rate of 600 important cotton district, the crop 4 tire money's worth than \ ,

t, 1 I were! planted early are yielding above pounds to the acre is dissolved In water I was virtually ruined by the boll wee- i they; expect.* lI

j I &0 barrels to the acre. and poured over the ground. The I vil," the report continues. "Damage

4 '! I irrigation water is then turned on and wrought by this pest has been cnor- I.I
Luke-Good prices are being offered the bed thoroughly saturated to at j i mous. The catastrophe was foreseen,I
for early oranges and grapefruit.I least 18 inches depth Immediately in 1921, arid many farmers "seeded !I I A

.' Growers, are still spraying for rust ; following this apply sulphate of am- !down" their fields, planted other crops itt j I. yet Ct' r 9V ,

mite. :More than 2,000 acres of land monia dissolved in water at the rate or allowed them to be idle."

; is being cleared for the 1023) water of 900 pounds to the acre. South Georgia, on the other hand

i melon crop. The ammonia 'sulphate reacts upon has become accustomed to the weevil! Copyriuht 1422U.S.TiraCo.
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I
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the cyanide former hydrocyanic acid and has learned to fight him. 'The result .

A, 4 Iolk-Sollle interesting meeting on' gas which kills the worms. If the I is that more cotton has been
poultry and beekeeping have been beds can be covered with some airtight planted in that section than in five or I I

held this week. Quito n lot of land ; ; cover, such, na tarred building !six years. The net increase there is II a

'I' will be cleared and set In citrus this paper or sheet roofing, much more about' 15 per cent. I I
; fall and spring. Grape growers report -I effective results will be obtained. This season's corn crop is also far

,; a good harvest.IillaboroughConducted. As both sodium cyanide and ammonium below] the average, the report says. A I OVor..ax United States Tires r

sulphate are rich in nitrogen, forecast of 55,878,000 bushels is made United States (&> Rubber Company
} a poultry acid phosphate and potash will be the for the 1022! crop. The crop is rather I
/school at Plant City this week. The only other fertilizer required on the late in the upper part of the state, but ---... ---..--

attendance was good and much Inter- fteodbed.! Two or three weeks should l In the southern section the condition

est was shown in the worlf. A show elapso between the treating of the i 18 better. ,I

was held by the poultry associationat bed and tho planting of the seed. M r to ,

the same time. For further Information on seedbed Caere: ( tamp aii-1 atlnenza

I treatment request a copy of bulletin LAXATIVE ET/tMO OUINTNE! Tabletj nnawethicauna. yV y y y arryar'y5r'g;
{ Kucambiu: -At a meeting of the executive ICO, Experiment Station, Gainesville "het.a only one ":3r*""* Quluire,
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committee: of the poultry association Fla. t;. W* GKOVE'a: *"- ... on he*. :Sdu \VhcreYou

plans were made for a showto J. W. ANDREWS, Jr. Dealer

be held early in December. Nearly MUSCLE SHOALS ACTIVITY Can Buy .
ANALYZING SOIL STARKE, FLA.
700 birds were exhibited at the show
V. S. Tires:
11. lost year, and, accommodations are being Government Orders Army Officer to tS
Ilo you ever wish to have soil
made for that many, or more, this your hush Construction. of Dam
analyzed for the purpose of learning

i year. whnt fertilizers] it 'needs to .
produce .
Orders have been received by army --
certain ? Dr. R. W. .
,._Three of the "better fruit crops Ruprecht, officers at Muscle Shoals, Ala., to resume ..
In charge of the chemical laboratoriesat
1
clubs," Olgu, Alva and Bonita Springs construction! work on Wilson
,,1 I held their regular monthly meetings I. the Florida Experiment Station, dam No. 2, at once, using: the unexpended -
that
i says farmers freq'gentlyy send In
this week. The subject for discussion portion of the original appropriation -
samples of Boil, believing that nothing
I, ."tl friendly' fungi in the grove, and until the new appropriationof
than chemical analysis
more Is
specimens of the principal scale and $7,500,000 becomes available in Oc ,
c whitefly fungus, were examined and necessary to determine what fertilizers tober. About $230,000 will be expended -
their soils need.It .
c ( discussed, with reference to their at once. -
is only in that soil
rare cases a
tributlon, habits and uses in the dis-I) Preparations are being made to puta I
analysis will show the fertilizing
groves. crew of not less than 100 men at
needs of tho soil. No ono has yet de- '
work immediately] on the war-initiat-
TREAT- SEEDBEDS TO KILL TilE vised a method by which can be determinc'd td, project, which has lain dormant :

NEMATODES I the amount of available plant since July, 1921.! This force, It was Take ,,'I'; '
food In the soil. Until such a methodIs :
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said! by officers would be enlarged to .
The most destructive seedbed pests devised a toil analysis is of little II a maximum of probably 2,000 men ,
,
nematode value because it merely shows the to-
South the little
,in the are when the new appropriation becomes
tal amount of plant food present at I "
worms that cause root-knot. The attack available. '

nearly all truck crops, and it Is the time. Maj.-Gen. Beach, chief of the army the ;: '
that they be ; If those desiring information in regard ; .
important
particularly engineers, said that work would be begun '
to'fertilization :
would other
M k' give on cofferdam No. 2 at once, as ,I, ., ,
rea-necessary data, a much more intelligent ( "
I this move will save a year's time. It I.
sons.First answer. could be given. In writing :
the are not able '
younplants
\ was explained that the Tennessee river :
to stand their attacks as well as older for advice answer the following was at a low stage now and the cofferdam Short Cut : \.
ones. After the plants have developed questions: could be brought to completion w. ,
i I, What typo of soil have ? .. ..
bet- you
root systems they can
larger
I b/ Oct. 1. Work on the cofferdam 'iOj' "
; ter withstand attacks by the worms I 2. What crops have you raised for would not be possible when tho river .

and produce a fairly good crop. Sec- the last two or three years. returned l to its high water stage, '.' .* '
ond the are not nearly so ac.1 3. What was the yield? I 'l.ul' I it'
'worms Gen. Beach said adding that if the ,
the cooler parts of 4. What was the appearance pf I "
tive during: opportunity was not token at thin '
the crops as to health, size, color, ,
'I time it would be impossible to begin. '
etc.? When you were a youngster; never went to school .
aa:1I':: aaaC.naaaDa: i work on the dam before next. June. you

aa aDa acre Kind that and has amount been of applied fertilizer to per the The work, jt was said will not affect the I long way roundl! You took a short cut. 'rr'

II the. offer made by Henry Ford or other
soil?
offers to ]lease the great nitrate plant \
Q I 0. Were' there abnormal
Indigestion g' any con. erected by th*> government during+ the I
advertisement in this
Every is
n ditlons such as drought, wet weatheror paper a short cut. Advertisements -

n Many persons, otherwise a cold growth, which of the may crop have? influencedthe war make it possible to tell you in a few minutes

fl a vigorous and healthy, with are UI, I To Cure a Cold in One !Day all you want to know about the service or articles youneed.
bothered occasionally a ,
'n POISON! THE FALL ARMY WORM fake LAXATIVE!: PROMO QUININE Tahlota) t .
Indigestion. The effect of a a ,toluthet'oitIIh, end tlrailarha mill wnrka' ol lr -jMil. .
n the ( r.W.: CKOVE"" amnaturo. on each boi. SUi. "

?tc '4 a disordered system are stomach dangerous on, and a I< Growers are beginning to complainof .
a outbreaks of the fall To Stop a Cough Quick
a
army worm
I a prompt Is Important.treatment of The Indigestion only, a I and! as usual the damage is local; taku t IIA YES' HEALING HONEY: a Ar'a glance you can sift out the things that interest .

medicine I have needed has a'crops on some farms suffering severe- cough medicine which stops the cough by most and in moment know when-
a a and whereto
,1 been something to aid digestion I ly while 'others, escape. The caterpillars healing the inflamed and irritated tissue you you just
t a and clean the 1I.er- a A I A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE: for what '
when want.
writes Mr. Fred Aihby, aMcKlnney. a full grown are about one SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and go you
I'' a' Texas, farmer. I.and one-fourth inches long, browntnhgfeen Croup is enclosed with every bottle of
a "My medicine Is a IC I, In color with Mack and yellow tlA YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve

1r a a stripes' running lengthwise on the ahouM be rubbed, on the chest and throatof Figure how many steps, how much needless
I children offering from a Cold or Croup.Thn walkingand
ThBtiford'sBLACKBOUGHT a body. A yellow line down the middle
a effwt of Hares' Healtail Honey In-
hrallnil the advertisements
thus
? of the back forks at the head and becomes Ma the hroll'combined with the healing effort or talking save you and your
(t."..... i O-Pen-Trate Salve thiotulh tie pone ol .'
? quite white, making a conspicuous the skits MOD atop.cough. neighbors:
ft e : : V-shaped mark. The body la Both...mlMll..re packed In one carton_ and the
coat of the combine tre8U11..t"sse.:
covered with small black elevations
I C Jut ask your druggist for HAYES'HEALING .
y which bear short stiff black
I hairs.In ItONEY.SEED .
a for Indigestion end stomach g i combatting this enemy the quick- Then you realize-the great economy and necessity of

a trouble never found of any ything.* nd. I batee that M JJJ est and probably the cheapest remedy advertising in your daily !life. fKy '
COWPEAS, 'V E I.V E T
CORN.
a touches the .' like Black- n ,i to apply is poisoned bait, according ,.
Draught. I t' It In broken IS to J. Watson, entomologist. BEANS. MILLET,GRASS SEED.. SOR. '
a doses after m: '. For alone M 'ITo make this bait mix together thor CHUM. For immediate shipment. All .

j a time and I tried didn't1ve 1>". .which the grip good [mmresults. Jed I Ia I,II oughly'20' pounds of bran 5 pounds seasonable Field and Vegetable Seeds. p ". .P II'\!: .'
U cottonseed meal l Writ for Price Ltat and Catalogue. Our "
Ul.icJDraught! liver 10f and 1 pound of
I
it a medicine Is e.-: to take, aay Q paris green. Dampen the dry bran beautiful and instructive catalogue i. I .
to keep, lnezpe: slTe" g I and paris green' mixture with water Free and give valuable information on "
a Ot a P:1?':e'e from jour I I until the whole mass U moist but not Farming and gardening for Florida and Read the Advertisements '\

a Jj sloppy. Last of all knead into the the south. Write to ua to day for special .

9 L n /nletteuponrTt.edford's-the D mixture 2 quarts of molasses or sy price on your seed requirement' Our I qt

a only genuine D rup. This should be thoroughly worked complete stock will enable u* tos supplyyou "

a Get It today. Di into the mash. The bait should be to advantage in price and quality.E. ""i s ;t tC (

0 aN of such consistency that it will fall A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY tt

g i oaoaan aaana in fine flakes when sown broadcastover Oldest and Largest Seed House in Fla ,

the Held. 206-202 E. Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla. '.


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.\I>U. STARK. FLORIDA.ttl PAGI' EVEN 4

NAVY _._.._ I
TOTAL LOSS TRICOTINE WITH SASH r l SCARF AND CAPE SETS r r'--., ;-- J --..--:; ; f '1 j, :


) IShSok; I I Aunt Myrtle's II \\VAR--NEVER-


:"j Is t Philosophic Concern- i !! Legacy -- '

Mankind Care Not for a Moment : t
His Investments.
;'fr.g L By CLARA wi
INDIANS HAVE AUTO TROUBLES I : ; I "Let Up" on Germs.

.. : Copyrlirht, 111113, Wewtorn N.,.ii Dor UnlorIllKgln ,I "
All, He Ruminates, Knowledgtnined I: -t- ,
fled ,
Men Said Be Worrying About IUK) had u sort of cold- '
In the School of Sanitation Advances but the Ingenious
Experience I| the Price of Gas for Their I blooded lilting for Aunt Myrtlo, huhe I
Worth ': Microbe lnv ably Bob ::
> Up
Is Something. Cars. rould,
hi-
I Racing never sl.nid' niosplu-ri '
,i I of her 1"pm'llHpnt.1 with Its Vlctorlaihorscliilr. i l In 'Another Way. Iji'' Ii Iii

I ."lug to clrcuuihtuuWtt tbut l seem The conduct of the Indian words ot Its stultlnesn, und the pnr ,::1
uve proved-myself lnul1ccluutto< the nntjou Is Rgnln n subteet of cou rot that shrieked Invuctlve nt bin i 1 If you studied arithmetic from ouai ,'

ji, I have become, ug IU6 l lawyers cern ,to their olllclnl guardians. According whenever ho appeared.I ,i of those fashioned textbooks, you .,

seUcd'' of ceitatu properties uuUj to the report of the board ot Yot us the Ally heir lo Aunt M.vr- I' will remember the famou hunter, who '

uttslons thut require uiuuugemunti Indian commissioners (he uutomoblh I ties fortune,, lllggltis had tolerurc.thcso 1urslll'I'th" rabbit and Bullied during

,intttlllgunt personal alU-iiUou. 1 "1'110111'lOfCij'S" J ho same li'resist). I, things lie bad fed, thc parrn kuccc-HHlVu (Hiual periods of time ono- .

in the cuHtodlanglily of these I ble fascination (or the Indian that It sufNir, unit had mullgl, when It nlppoi half tho distance that Moparated. him

u igH, us If 1 were a nervous woman I does for mnny of his white brethren." i,I him lu return, us tho beust had a hiibtiof from the rabbit. If 3on later developed JI

uud been presented. \vltU a dun of 1,I In numerous cases "the first proceed- .llIln f. Their hate wus 1I1utual.I I a t"lIttill' ullogory. It probably

S r>"iies" or a roomful of wife to care of the sale of tribal land? go to purchase | Aunt M> rtU dli-d and I vas burled, occurred to jou (hat this unendlux -

for I a high-powered automobile unOa IllKKlns Hut In tile drawing room with : pursuit was appropriately, HJIUbollc -

keep these various evidences of ulet'"tl full complement of accessories," Ir the old housekeeper, waiting for tin of huiiinnttv In pursuit of Its iII

wealth In a long gljeet-steel box Having no wigwam to mortgage for T 1, lawjer to appear with the will lltg I,I I Ideals. The goiil U never reached ,"

witb a hasp over the end which Is, In I! the price of a cur. It In only fiatural gins' nerves were tense. I I even though constant progress Is .

turn, kept In a hole In the \\ull of a I Ii i that Lo should devote the proceeds ol i I There ciuiie the expected ring at the recorded. 'jI

steel-lined room. I cojinot get Into his oil land to thut object j remarks i door nnd old Mrs. Field 1 went to irdnilt I There Is for Instance man's

tills pigeon hole without the assist I the New York World. If he chooses Kir. t'rentlss. At tho* same momeut struggle to subdue his environment to

ance of a uniformed uUcnUutU who I to follow paleface precedent In preferring I ciime a shriek from the parrot. his own ends. The beasts of the field '

cornea and uiukea medicine with u key racing curs to flivvers that "Silly:: fool I silly fool Arthur lllgglnn are no longer a gi-nerul menace, ; <

that has a strong faulty resemblance should be set down to the aptitude of I !" It culled. ''l'hlnlYOl'1 get the suvuga tribes are largely oubdiu-d ; ,

(o one I own. After lie lias primed I his "untutored mind" for assimilating old woman's money, don't you?" men are endeavoring now to prevent '

tlie lock I can insert luy own key tbe white man's Ntandiirds. At any I With sudden Insnno fury Digging Brined rlaslios between civilized nations. '

ami the door flies accommodatingly j, rate the development' muy be Instanced rushed Into Aunt Myrtle's bedroom" I Hut tho enemies of mankind .

open. Then I haul out that bOlt and =f..t "if6W"r ft* mrH. of Indlnn progress 1 where tho green and grny devil lira unweiirylng In their attacks upon "

)n >n It and look uweslrtcUenly ut 1U .1IJ//'JIfl1I.- and ought to be u mutter for commendation I watched him from Ifi pprch, ouo eyo'' him. If the birds, for example, should

intents.ionie I I rtilhei than for criticism. : shut Us bond on one sill>, Judging. for dome reason cease for u season toperform 1 .
of the handsomest ot these This outfit !Ib ?: navy nicotine' When Indians hegln to worry over i condemning him. their mission of ..destroyingInsects ,

itrnts that I admire most from a trimmed In block fashion with gray the price of gasoline '.unl I wrl'slletit "Silly fool I" It shrieked.Hlgglns ,. I It l.s HI"tiled l hy sonm'1I'll'ntll.4tl I /I
braid around the bodiea. >i..u.. and the high cost of man would give OMT tlio \llInrt to the
the other problems of I sol/.od
\molly' scenic standpoint are, I anu It from thu perch,
of leust value commercially. Ie entire ski t. The aa;h ;'of-gray material Scarf and cape sets are enown in luxurious living llie.v. m-e In u fair way \\'nIllJt Its neck snnppcd the chain that I I tlIllIltlltltl.ItIl"unl''url1I1'1i of Insects 1

for example. borne mining stock. to match the trimming. ,I I great variety this season. The ono toward complete civilization. I'erhaps I held It. nnd tossed It Intu n corner of I tUat vtar nKUliiKt him.There .

mow It Is good, for I know a man !I pictured here la of most vivid red flan, Indlnn bureau repm-ls will jet Include the room.Ho I II "ro some Individuals In tills

v 'i went through the uilne himself, FOR THE SEPARATE SKIRTS net, appllqued with white felt, applied statistics of uiotnuur fatalities on thereservation. I returned Junt In time for Mrs. world who take thlx Rtrugglo sorlonHly I'

crsonnlly accompanied by the owner I I with black, stitching. And, after ull Is not the' Field nnd the Inwjcr. I -some who take 'It moio seriously .

4uo his daughter, nnd this: friend of Self-Fringe One of Scaton'a Most : sight of u red.skinned brave careering I The will was r'IIII.IrK.. l h'llltot anil monie who tnk<> It most seriously. :

nine saw the gold Just as plain na Popular Trimmings; Fabric ls LACE PLAYS IMPORTANT ROLE i over the plains In the white man's a thousand dollars, Arthur lllggtns : You have mot, 'tiorliups. suriiu ot the J.
each devil wagon one to clu-er the phllotiophlc I third clnsn. These use tlu>lrn.ipklns, i
lId be. So ut 1<> cents for Merely Raveled I got i
-- utuduiu of Aiuerluuu history? to wipe the silver ut a social dinner
iiidrcd-dollar, share, I bought a "To my nephew(. Attliur lllgglnx, Inconsideration '
Decoration Equally Popular In Black j jI
tn hln spread over" the
iitmnd of them. SubscHuent anxious: Whether the mnterlal, Is of cotton I and White for Spring and I of his attention.* to Ills : newspapers
bundkerchloN iii
xualriitul hold tholr -
'oils on my purt to louuto that mine wool, or silk sn 1. ng us It Is n loosely I Summer Oreue I HOW ASTOR SKINNED BARBER old aunt during u lifetime'" my house parUir ear over tholr, nosps when they ,\
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i' to Und out anything cOuipUmeilirv woven tuid rather' 'heavy mesh, self- on Park street and a capital, sum of
rltl.l In the tlllbwlI '. They are those
.' about It hu\c proved very dlsiruglnu fringe Is oneof! tin.reason's most popu'nr :| Lnce Is ploying, a very Important Foxy, Millionaire Saved Tip Once In forty t"Olllllln.d"lInr tn be InseslcdIn : Viliu ,fenr thut Homo) gorm will get 'cmjet.
In epd. And as for dlvl- trimming1 for separate sMrts The I role In I ho development of fcpilng anil I the Course of Every Six, government bonds, the In I crest ,I .
i.-nds on that stock) periods have I I Wtok thereof to bo pnld to him HO long as
fabric Is tuerely raveled to form al'I'llIgll.a" ', summer eveulng dresses, black, white I Tim germ peril nnd Its avoldanon Is
iinsscd with the most eomrnendablaegulurlty. / duep as Is desired, then tile', uud colored laces being equally popular. / my darling Flmi-IInu my piirrol remains one of tho tiluinphs of nloilerntlioiiicht.
I have occupied the re- In I orhp" alive and, well, t'lnui thn death' ,
to
Is According u story
,I ;dge over-cast or "whipped"' und While color combinations HI'a It ha* ilevclnpeil Into a ':
It-wing stand while they pusaed. A there you uret I !I: seen, one-tone ttfl'I.wt. seem to be morahighly I John Jucob A it or, fal her of the present of the, said Flim-lloii" the snld capital .I'It'I1I'p, culled Himlliitlou. 'Ilironuli' Its
nun to whom I showed the stock I Vincent ASIOI' used to Ittivo a sum to l"" divided between the Home
A skirt which fen lures this trimming ;, approved by the better houses, I llndlngH many old friends have met
and said It wu worthless. Fifth Avenue hotel haiber to his I for Feathered orphans uiul the parochial
uiighed go
most effectively, has three tunics with perhaps just n touch of color contrast disfavor.! Act as we Htud.v Its dicta, ,
But It was by believing 4 fellow that ir plain flounces raveled und finished, tn girdle or belt. hotls every day 10 nlinve him. Uu I "l'Ilonls.'I"pn many old and rinse friend seem

l win led originally to buy the stuff. ] it Its edge. It wns shown tu a coarse I I A dinner or evening dress of black didn't tip the barber every day, but : us he listened to tlm tiliimlly doomed in di,>Hlriictlon nnd t the pursuit ,!
Si I will not believe apjbody again j I him 00 cents ciuli week. Hut Jest Illgglns felt sure his mint had
I II metdi white Bilk fabric, the slit satin had a waist with .a cape back gave ot heiilth and happiness, pi-Htercd ulviuja -
shall hang on to I that stock. I feel. pockets being finished with little self ;; and the skirt has anover..druP'ry cunststtng Instead of paying the barber on the Imiiglned parochial had, Momrthlng to by I lie wolf puck of germs, bi>- I

sure I shall.However fabric straps.caught In the center with of lace panels. These panels same day each week( be svHtemntlcally tlo with parrots. I eoinen lonuer nnd, longer nnd morn "
fur be It froju. me to raise I later each And Klnu-flou lay (11'/111111/ Aunt Myrtle's
tho duy
I a metal filigree buckle. I I with a pattern effect suggesting long- paid tip ODD and more perilous.'I .
Xed about any of the* xiinglngs I With this skirt Is worn an Interesting lace scarfs cut In Imlf. each Imlf forming week. Thus, If 'he puhl thu tip ono bedroom I hipuhllv drinking nip, the public
have been vouchsafed hy the smooth I I week on n Monthly next week the barber "Then this h on so Is mine? asked
sweater, knitted on Tuxedo lines, a panel. If desired embroidered i iI tinsel I he pulillc brush and romh, dear
boys. When a fellow will pay *UH> for !. but"Ihollt the usual revers and. 1'01I or accordion-pleated chiffon might bauiPd got his tip on Tuesday, the following Illirglns to iiiir irninilpiireniH, nro doomed hvtln

Umt much of thut uort ot stuff, he Istery lar. The sweater wall In brown wool I'I effectively Instead of these lace I week on Wednesday, and soon. "It Is, Mr. lllgglnK, and ', Miiiillatlon cxiiort. 'I'h. Individual

badly In ne >d of good sense, and : with knitted-Ill polkn iMs of tan finishIng puneH. In the cou rue of six weeks he thus "How soon can I take possession, of I latinilt'ri'd. hl\\1. I'lenh from a ciiblnet,

any price he may pay' for"jt must not' In front. The sleeves had ribbed The Kown Is all black except for the I skinned tho barber out of a week'sUp. 117" Keemed" to iinxvier Ids demand. lint

be regarded an e\orhtnjil.( And It is miffs. ,, Interesting girdle, which consists ofcnhnchons ] "Immediately," replied" Mr. I..nlll4l4.I'I' tlie Indhliluul lowi'I hud lieen In line

well to be utiing Just *'n<'ugU U eaily I Vivid colors are playing nn Important formed of nn'rrow metal j The Fifth Avenno hotel shop was "The house Is yours, only a xhoil tJfIII.I lien' It, WILS, .dis
life buying fake stock so that ono i iIs favorite haunt of politicians, nnd, "Then," snld 1 Illgglnn ('" ,
by I purt In the new separate skirts, ond colored silk brnlds, with streamer tt Cll\.r"llhlll" fhp Irciniiy Ilinr was HllppoHcvl -
ns It were, VI'lnlltf'd or Inocu-1 m'nny, are eiitliely In one bright shnilf, ends of the braid falling slightly below oilier notables In the old duys. The "I want to be left quite nlone for tho : lo wlerlllye t thi> towel did not
.
lated. It may save him hundreds or | such as jade or grass green, poppy ,, tho edge of the skirt between encli lute J. P, Morgan gnvo only a flve- rest of I ho duy, In order to fumlllnrl/.i' ) kill lion KIM'IIIH tlnit carry bnllM. .
thousands later on. So my worthless An ornamental. rent tip when shaved. WilliamWaldorf myself with, It. Mrs. ITU-Id you ('nn'tllk -
or spUrk red, orange or dandelion yellow 1- panel. glrlll 'tnoy easily 1'iiper towels wcro soon (hereafterItitiniliired
stock Is In some wnys the boftt Investment I while equally us many are In u be I purchased nil ready to wear; I Astor. who owned, the Waldorf <* n itny's holiday. i and, tln puhtli wax once

I have, tt not only win. but It ; bright chocked or striped silk. Plain but the noinan with nimble fingers uud"Ideas" hotel,, nnd vvlm befriended George He soul hod the mvstllled' and u little mori" nuniTired 1 (hut tint last word In

still 'K very dear to me.-StricklandClllllnn skirts are( tuklnu precedence over III"I' nmy make a very Individual BoKlt, who mride thill hostelry f unions.nlwuys Indignant housekeeper who nt sunllatli hud, been" suld. Hut ngulnHOIIIH

In Farm Life.Prehistoric I pleated ones this season nnd there I:! nnd lovely girdle for herself by using : guvu tho harbor n ,dollar for aflinve length put on her but urfd departedfor lniiilHhlselentlHts'| mudu nn
__ 1 ,, and, $5 time he hnd his her married sister's, leaving Hlgglns
rather Hut wooden button
secniM to be n vigorous leaning to nn targe forms every Instructions to be sure und. notforget In\exilgatl and round hut the knobs
Cem\t'rle s. I white ns well as to the bright criss-crossing them with metal ami ; hnlr cut. lint huiidleH, wbli'h one had to touch
sunflower seeds
Warren 1<. Moorehend., nrcheologlstof I More linen skirts will he worn, "hO'II'1' I colored braid fastening tbein, together I Jny Could never tipped. for F'lolI-ilnu.to put out some I to obtain paper towel wero occupiedby

rhllllps ucudemy, .\h"over.lUS8.., : ing to Indications, thnn for several closely nnd finishing with long bra I,' houso millions of KeiniM.Tn .
has uneurthed linen whitsterU-s: t>2 I "11I1". Severul colors mny be blended Blind Trips. An soon us the wus empty I cope ttlth llils Hltiinllon a cabinet
count- I years. In I the girdle with good .'/ have to Illlfglits rushed downtown ID an unlnuil liuented, Mhlih iinida
skeletons, 23 funeral urn and :I In tho. line-up of sweaters the slipover very "The mystery ilders come bolilei wns
leas suiull art objects <>t prehistoric model, either In the striking 1 Yellow In various shades Is In high town" miys the I.imdmi I>nlly Kxpress.; dealer's shop he knew. There, It uunercssary for I ho user to touch ::

residents of that section In the Caho- I I Nuvnjo tuittern or In white with n I favor, the rather vivid dandelion being "They do not form a serret society' or among nlmost other exact fenthered replica' denizens of the ,devil wus any sort of 'a knob. or bundle, tn order ;

kla mound near Kust gt. Louis 111. broad line check In color, has been n I particularly popular. A gown similar constitute n mermo, to tlio public welfare. an lie had killed. Ho knew Klouflou tn get his towel. Now, noiia> one nays r
research to the one described was recently seen' I law-abiding/ citizens whUli i In I the wood
Professor Mooreheud, Is doing I great favorite, but with the arrival of :I They nro and this feather there Is prolmbly u (jerin
sight one was
work under the dliectlou of the University that In yellow the girdle being a wreath of who luivo a weakness for 'taking a by from wlildi Mm eiililnet ,Is niiide.
weather It seems logical I
of Illinois, I warm Its I green leaves, and a very dainty evening chiineo' They are, In slfort, chnrn.bnne for fentlier the sumo bird. Tlii-ro's ni rent tt(>r t the WI'II ry. Wo
the Tuxedo sweater will cOllie Into I I
druwhruk that If -
This discovery tends to substantiate I I gown In rose chiffon showed not a trippers t whri et out under' sealed, The only was iippenred fur im any on known, thut I t hunter Is
Is rather
The slip-over warm h of disposition.
own. to u slngiilurly gentle
human I noto of contrast the skirt being rabbit. and still
the theory that the mounds ore of single orders. still pursuing that '
to put on nnduif. there
not
and certainly easy However, was no help
construction rntlier, thou natural I I trimmed ubout half way up with flow I "Originally Introdiieert nt tne seaside gaining on him. lie has nil of Inimnnlly's -

lillls, It was snld. At the buse of one i I I er-like petals ot self fabric thickly us n variation from the formal for It. HlKglnx completed hiM acquisition thll In purchase Irrepresslbli' ."t IIl1tKIII. And
und taking a ''
.mound u large altar wua found,, and overlaid. drive siuli trips nro now being run by wn fur us uny nno l knows It will probably :
I woodi'ii. hi liomo '
small cage hurtled
1'rofessor Moorcliond expHitiud It was SOUTACHE BRAID ON DRESSES n South London firm ufitl proving, very I tnk tho, Ingenious microbes only ;
with It.1I1111Ilnl. '
customary for the "tm>u>id bulldeis"In I' HATS ARE OF MANY COLORS ; popular' When' the motor conch struts Into Aunt Myrtle's bedroom, I u yeur or two tn hit upon Homti
other sections of 1U/ Mississippi Interesting Revival Noticed In Use of the passengers !ru In complete Ignorance ," method of renderInj., any siiiiltary dfsice
he bad NOOII afllxod th. now 1"loll-flt",
over th altars, after Decoration; Favorite With as to Its designation or what may nrchnlo.
valley to cover of Tints Adds to Charm
Wide Range to his perch. H> wns about to look. {
their usefulness, to French Designers. hnppon on the \\0,v. The price of the
they hud served and Variety of Smart Worn i
I for the di'iid bird when ther cnrno ntapping :
the mounds. I ticket may eVPlI l Include dinner and Size and Sense.
belghthl'lu'!
great an's Toilet
nt the door of tlu living room.llurrjlng .
Indications of an effort to smelt I There 'bus been a most Interesting I thenter ticketsbut In IIIIY. 'II 110 good out with muttered iihjurgatlons i A slicic denier near 'pnMmont ell'I I

lead were found lu one nuMind, the professor I revival of IW' ivso of soutache braid. I: The wide range of tints offered la I vnliiH I Is always assured." IllKKlns saw Mrs Fields. I ('It' InslBlH lin. bait a clerk who IsjenliiM. "
explained. A smeller of baked' On any number of the newer frocks ( lie can bundle evi-n tli* mostdllllcult -
this season of colors adds to tin The guild woman, was, hrvutlilcHH. "I
clay In the form of u i U-clrcle, wu : this form of trimming can be seen. t. of woiiiun customor The
nnd of the Mr
charm variety smart wixuun's just hurried, back lo siiy, IllKKlns
discovered, and beside It chunks oflead. There Is row after row of braid : v> ornt of all cnmo In the, other duy
I toilet but It also necessitates a thut )0'1"-111\11" him to Inive her rest
wwl In the ends of chiffon sleeves :' and!itenianili'd, a No. 0 nho. for n size
Near It was a seTed upon the "
I happy eye for color In choosing tha every afternoon, Him snlil. "Tholiu
shape of modern clieiulufs, crucible. that while they give an eutlrelytran.pnrl'llt -I 1O foot. nnnlly the lerk managed
u so
tint to top one's smartest spring costume. the t" on n No. 1). "How much
effect they have at iiiee/e|
This delicate sense of coloring sfie, wukpH up Hlie'lJ want n llttlu water "
heaviness nr. they HIm linked."Six .
Going to Try It Again. same time that necessary DillY be called Into play to select from 1111<--" ho snld."And .
sleeve of this dollars,
Five-year-old Mary Jane Imd-a pet which goes to give a an assortment of queer browns ami ""/-" .-': I" from Aunt Myrtle's bedroom "
slzo )> ?
of I you're sure they aro s
bantam hen Uetently the latter sort Ita particular portion style.A I'blues, yellows reds and greens, the ; iiml then' n sound ns If all the her
Tbi" clerk nsmired they were,
had chiffonsleeve's
hatched she little chickens, but sue gray dress of serga tone which will blend to perfection fenthereil devils In hell liud gone on I
well until hIt marled tnwmp
color and then and ull went
proved herself to be mi unnatural of the same I, with the'sult or frock tn question. For tlii, riimpiiKW,
them and Mho the No. 0Insldi
saw
mother and wouldn't tAke care of the soutache braiding was done la many of the tints offered are more or "It's (0'111\1,11"111 l A cut's got In I"sireiimed I up
sho started
*. IndlKfiantly to r ends of the sleeves. HruldIng
UIt'I. black on the I less "queer" variations of the good old- Mrs. Field nnd despite Hlgglnw I them. Then to evlryon
*" to tnku ,
The frimlly was provoked. nnd Mary In dark green wall added to a fashioned colors which were their fore efl'nrts to bfild her, Mlie darted \
's umiiHi-nient the genius succeeded
to sell the lighter green frock and the black I I WHICH"Peck's In ,
Jane's father threatened runners. There are- delicate Mues. punt him nnd was Aunt Myrtle's
In her understund thut he had
hen If she didn't take cure of the braiding on durk blue Is something from wife told him this morning lictlroom In n Hash milking
ranging periwinkle through orchid
this Benson as II that she was never going to speak I moo, u mistake In the price, and
Mary Juue to that Is as good
chickens. That brought "H/-z/l Ke-e-e-ee: I YW-OWow-
to the palest sky tints ; yellow la
smilingly "ho paid him $0 for the Id
strategy. That evening when her father bus been during many other seasons I I. which one may favor the new dent de to him again. ow t" ciime from the room, und, mingled
"Wak she mad or trying to be con- o pair at shoes. "Tt'n not n matter of
cam hoiue she was waiting' for In tile past. lion or swing one's fancy from the elderate." with the, sound of screeching and price with most women," he assured
him. The French designers are using thli the whir (if Hying feathers anil the
brilliant of burnt
most to the
orange .
I hi* employer, "but Ml/e anil sense, you
"Where1* your hen?" lie demanded.I tiny braid to make all-over embroidered i palest of canary tints. Hen Swam River. rattling nt the chain came Mrs Star '

Bhe carlnK for her chickens?" designs, and one of Lanvln's most I The spring tendency for fabrics of An Interesting reader who lives close piercing shrieks. 811"-lnr.llanIlI'01l.

"Ob, no." Mary Jane Vas very seri successful models of the season It I higher luster has found a stanch ally to a large river, sa>s that I last summer Like n man who goes to /'llld'1 The Burnt Child.

ous. "She's In the lien coop getting I made with a little white IIhort- lpl'ved I In the new sport satins which were greatly to his amazement he saw fate, IllKKlns walked Into the "Ynil should not lie so grouchy si>
ready to lay some more eggs to hatch coat, which shows Its surface entirely white leghorn, on The suddenly ceased and the
given a plnce of prominence at New one of his bens, a uproar resentful," suld the visitor to the
some more chickens." covered witty/ braiding of this sort. York's spring fashion show. Immediately the other side of th' rUPf. One of hi* only sounds now heard "OrB the convulsive 10rl""I'r.'hl'lI, society has chittlwd *

-- went ucrwx but .when he got sobs of the, housekeeper.t'pon .I
after thH event, windows on tha family you you' should endeavor tn cultivate
Encouraging French B'rth' Pate. Suggests Days of 1700. avenue were a blaze of color, featuring nearly to the other side the hvn started the pprch the chnln about Its n now spirit. You should develop

In France there Is a good-sized fund Together with the short co'itee: tht frocks and hats of luster fabrics to IIy but fell Into the water and then leg. sat the new parrot that Hlgglns n spirit ft urtVitlnn of kindliness.You .

for the purpose of encouraging large long Eighteenth century coat or redIngote In the new dent le lion yellow. Thl swum the remainder of the dlstancihonm. hud bought (1I"'l."nlnthe huld places should lenrn to love ymir neigh

, .: families. Upon three 'different occasions Is coming Into favor In London. I new tint Is more universally becoming wherv feathers .Imd once ','en. The bor."

.: rather large sums of money have Worn over the fuller snd longer skirt than the paler yellows of former tlmow, carpet was strewn with debris. of the "Yeah" grunted" the Mini mint, "me

been given for this purpose by M. Cog- the red In ante Is n graceful Ifa rrnpnt. II which hnd more of green and less of Must Knew Heap. Aglit.And. I Invlu' mv, nelxhhor'M what trot me tn

nacq. The principal awards are 100 Is particularly good fashion for fix' gold In them. "" librarian him to know All th< underneath killed for the ,,c- her, lady."

prizes of'10.00O francs eavh to be distributed elder woman especially If she happen! i ito book In the world. I suppose?" end time, lay Flou-fiou, on- i".i/lng .

annually to U>e deserving be plump. A goy waistcoat a Ions'walstllrie Morning Dre* es.Itlnclc "Yes, and many that do not exist eye still cocked' on Hlgglns In a contemptuous I Colne 'Pronounced All Right., .

heads of families of more than five and much ornumenfe<] i sateen and flowered cretonne A hiily just asked me for the 'Count and Ironical wink. Our. 1PJ1! tnvtiit money lsull right

children and 00 prl/es of 23.0W francs sleeves and collar, are features of thlil I cnmblno to make smart and'prll..tksJ of Monte Carl' Louisville Courier I th.: annual assay cnmrnlSMlnn' has Just

for the headi of families of at least fashion whlcli Is strongly reminiscent morning and work dresses. TioeJlpPI' Journal Hotel Facilities. reported to the President. The commission -

nine children. The doDor of these .the romantic days of the 1'00's. half' of the froik may be, made of onmaterlnl "Sly friend," suld the professionalniorullzer purs Its O. K. nn lust ,pnr'II

awards accumulated his- wealth In the r I and the lower Imlf of tlie Man of Mixed Emotions. to the Inebriated citizen, "If coin nftrr sllng" a number of pieces

operation of a largi department store Vlvld-Kued Costumes other or the unteen may be used to A Newark man went horn with t you don't mend your ways some nflrMou'll flf "nch pmnllty of metnl melfi-d for

ID Purls and during bis lifetime It wan Parasols, hat and work fashion the entire dress, with cretonm whlt carnation wreath "to my blovfd I sleep In the gutter." olnnge. All coins went found to be

a constant source of concern to him to cretonne to match the vlvld-hned IlUm.1, as the (rimming only usually In the wife from her loving husband,* "Uuvernor, I've already done thu tally within the Inw's requirements.

ill' not tb, dwindling blrtft rate'of his mer costumes are smart and certainly J form of cut-out flowers applliued here and then tried to kill her wltb fhttch I hud electric lights, running water and" Aft can now take genuine 1IVJ1 money'

country Jlot expensive to malle.J. I aDd there on the frock tt. Exchange. cup to Tall me In the morning. \t It bout worrying about Its quality.

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, PAGE EIG1IT. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 28. 1922.
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-9 Carl and Wilbur Brown visited with I' ItROOKER ONE-}IALF ONE-h ALF ONE-1I1LF ONE.IIALF ON -IIALF ONE-HA-iFONEHALF

friends in Lake Butler Sunday after ONE.IIALF ONE-HALl" ONE-UALF.ONE-UALF ONE.IIAISONEHALF
I. z I Brooker, July 28.-J. L. Surrency, ONE.IIALF ONE-f1ALF ONE-J1ALF ONE-HAI.F ONE.IIAI.F

( 1 noon.Murray Thomas made a business of Plant City, spent the latter part of ONE.IIALF ONE.ALF ONE-IIALF ONE-IIALF ONE.IIALF ONE.RALPONEHALF
j'CountyN"Ws ItemslMtr trip to Worthington Saturday after last week here visiting relatives and NE.ALF ONE.IIALF ONE-IIALF ONE-IIALF ONE-RApp

noon. friends.T. NE.ALF ONE.l1ILF

John Stoke and Porter Parker, of C. Hazen, M. P. Matheny and P. ONE.IIAU' ONE.IIAI.I'ONE.AU'
LaCrosse, were here on business Wed- M. Barefoot were in Gainesville Friday Ar'Summe( Hats ONEIIALFONEAU'
lMtr.atlntf facts Gathered During tb. Week br Our
nesday. afternoon. ONE-UALF
j r Regular Correspondents. (Seeber Stokes and Denzil Thomas Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster at- ONE-IIALF Up-to.the-Minute ONE-IIAU'

I visited friends .in .Lake Butler Sunday tended the burial of Mrs. Seeber King, ONE.IIAU' Chic ONF..UAI.F
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.1''( [/; ""'- ..___ :ow. ___ afternoon. lof Lake Butler, Saturday afternoon. ONE-IIAU' 1 ONE-UALF
1 A good from here attended I P. M. Barefoot and family spent ONE.IULF $15.00 / ONE.IIAI
i LAWTEY led with Masonic honors, quite a.number many HATS.7.5O.00 .., .00
I of Masons' Raiford, Lake Butler church at Providence Sunday and Sun- Thursday in Jacksonville ONE.IfALF ONE.IIAiF

and Starke assisting; the Lawtey day night. Herman and Percy Moody, of LaCrosse ONE.ALF X. HA.TS"$12.00 .6.00 HATS.$5.00 ..2.50' ONE.UALF

j Lawtey July 28.-Mrs. Burdon, of lodge. All of the b&siness!! houses Hughey/ Siatrunk, of Mt. Tabor, visited were here Sunday' afternoon. ONE.IiALF $10.00 $4.00 q ONE-IIAI.F
1 Charleston, S. C., Is spending' few closed during the funeral hour and friends in this community Sat Lucian Hazen of Gainesville, spent ONE-AU' HATS. .oo HATS... .00 ONE.ALF
weeks here at the home of her par. I the weekend here. E.IIAU'
:1 attended the services both at the home urday night. r ONE.IIALF
% o cnts Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Halgler Abbott has been visiting Sale Starts Friday .
and cemetery, paying their last respects Cameron Fralick and Albert Clerk, Mrs. Emily ONE 1fALF .iIALFONEHALF
1 Paul Dinkins, of Jacksonville\ spent to one of our oldest and most of Providence, were in this community her daughter, Mrs. W. E. Pinhol i PRICE and Lasts Until ONEHALFONEHALF :

t i Sunday with his family. highly respected citizens. Sunday afternoon. ster, of Jacksonville, for the past few All Are Sold ONE.HALF

i I' Mrs. David Durban visited relatives The entire community joins in sympathy George Liller returned to Atlanta, days. f ONE.IfALF ONE-IIAi.F
l I in Jacksonville\ last week. with the bereaved relatives in to resume his studies after a ten day i I Eunice Hazen was in Hampton Saturday ONE.ALF S tar k e Millinery C o.ONE. AU'

John Denmark, of Jacksonville, was their loss. ,visit with his parents. I afternoon. ONE.iIALF ONEHALFONEHALF
ti a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. Eldred Duncan and Seeber Thomas ; R. A. Weeks spent Thursday after ONE.ALF ONE.AU' ONE-IIALF..oNE.ALF ONE-fiAt''"

R. B. Moseley and W. II. Burt wera I HAMPTONHampton lot Lake Butler, were visiting friends noon in Starke. ONE.ALF ONE-IIALF ONE.IIAU' ONE.flALF ONE-IIALI ONE-IIALvONEHALF "
visitors to Starke Saturday. e here' Sunday afternoon. | Math Dukes of Five Mile\ spent the ONE.AU' ONE.lIAU' ONE.IIAI.F ONE-IIALF ONEII.LtONE.IIALF
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E. J. Roberts and son, Earl were Quite a number of people attendedthe week-end here at thq home of J. J. ONE.lIALF ONE.IIALF ONE.IIALF ONE.AU' ONEILUFNEIIALF
28.-D. W. Moore '
visitors to Brooker Saturday. ] July funeral of Mrs. Seeber King, of Morgan. ONE.IIALF ONE-lIAU' ONE.IALF ONE.I1ALF ONE.IIAn
Felix Long, of Starke, was transacting of Theressa, was a business visitor Lake Butler, Saturday afternoon. Mr. Crawford, of Miller, attended
here this week. '
business hero Saturday. 1 I Miller baseball team crossed bats church here Sunday. --
1 .- C. S. Hill Sr., and son, of Palmetto ', G. W. Ilinson has been attendingto with New Zion and Midway combinedat j D. J. Byrd of Graham, was a visitor :Mrs. T. C. Thomas and children returne DEATH OF J. E. WAINWIUGHT

I visited relatives here this week. j business in Starke. 1 Oak Grove Saturday afternoon, the here Saturday.Miss J Sunday to their home in Pa-

I J. C. Cone of Brooker, was transacting 'j A. A. Durden was a business visitor score resulting l in favor of Miller, 10 Rhoda Thomas, of Ziff, was latka after a three weeks' visit here Wednesday morning the sad new
business in Lawtey Monday. 'I'I'I to Starke Tuesday. to in town shopping Friday. I with her mother, Mrs. Josle Hall. Mr. spread in Starke that J. E. Wan

I' Dr. J. II. Carrodine and son, Rem- ', M. J. Green has been a recent visitor 7.Albert Miller left Tuesday after Mr. Foxworth, of Jacksonville, was Thomas came Sunday and. accompanied wright, well known to all in the coui

1 bert, spent'Sunday at Kingsley lake. to the county site.L. noon for Anniston, Ala. where he here a few days of last week visiting his family home. 'qty, had died at his home in Gain

Mrs. C. F. Gore of Jacksonville, II A. Wheeler was a .business. visitor will attend the citizens military\ training 'relatives., Mrs. Wallace Thigpen and little I I vale the night before, and that the r,

I ( was! a visitor here Thursday and Fri. to Waldo Monday. "" camp at Camp :McCIellan'for one Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baxter, of Kendrick daughter, Mildred have returned home mains were to be brought to Stark .'
Mrs. W. L. Bugg/ was a business visitor the week-end here with from Brooker afte visit with rel
h day. I month. | spent ra the afternoon train for interment i iI
,
Alonzo Strickland of Kingsley, was to Starke Tuesday relatives. atives. ;I Crosby cemetery. The news cast ,
transacting business here first of the Percy Jones of Graham, was attending J. W. Pinholster, of LaCrosse, wasa Aubrey Sloan was a visitor to the gloom over the city and much sympn
HIGHLAND '
week. i to business here this week. visitor here Sunday. county seat Saturday.Joe th .'''vas felt for the bereaved rela

Edgar Alford, of Sanderson, was a I Dr. Middleton, of Starke, was a | Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Groovr and son, Williams and Dogan N ibb were tivrn. When the time arrived a largtporti'.n
II guest of'his uncle, L. A. Marr, last professional visitor here this week. Highland, July 28.-Mrs. Robt. L. of South Jacksonville, were visitors visitors to Hampton Monday I of the membership of Bradford
.. week. I Capt. R. C. Heiberger, of Brooklyn, 'I Crews and children Hazel and William here Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Jim Varnes and children have Masonic lodge assembled in full
Is was transacting business here Tuesday of Hampton are spending some made over to returned home from Starke after
Edwin Leach of Jacksonville, Claude Crosby a trip a regalia at the depot, escorted the re
spending a few days with friends in time here, with relatives. Hampton Saturday. vis't with relatives. mains to the cemetery, where wlllt,!
Lawtey. I E. V. Priest, of Green Cove Springswas R. II. English of St. Augustine, Clarena Sent, of Cross City'andWesley was mortal of their comrade
transacting business here Monday spent several days here last week with THERESSA was consigned
of Lake Butler
fl Postmaster W. II. Biggs was transacting relatives.W. Williams, to earth according to their solemn
business in Jacksonville first of spent Sunday afternoon here guests of r and beautiful ritual.
the week. Miss Bertha Smith of Jacksonville, M. Wlmberly was transacting friends. Therexsa July 28.-Mr. ,and Mrs.

7tt Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little I visited relatives and. friends here this business at.Lawtey Thursday. G. B. Colson spent Wednesday attending M. Z. Sullivan and children; of Miami, From the Gainesville Sun we n
week. J. F. Griffls and G. W. Parker Jr. produce the following account of fit
are visiting relatives and friends in
in Starke.
Leslie of Starke visited relatives to business
son, I
here Sunday.Mrs. j W. G. 'Seals and daughter; Mildred, were visitors to Jacksonville Friday. Oscar Andreu, of Starke, was a visitor this section.Mr. death of Mr.,Wainwright/

A. Z. Adkins.'of Starke was of Jacksonville were visiting here this Mrs. J. A. Starling was a visitorto here Sunday.R. and Mrs. T. B. Triest were visitors .Tsrk E. Wainwright, for twenty

the guest Monday of her mother, Mrs. week. Lawtey Friday. A. Weeks and G. B. Colson spent to Palatka Wednesday ': seven years connected with the United
M. E. Edwards. / Mrs. Aldridge Dyal of Jacksonville, F. M. Crews was a business visitorto Monday afternoon transacting. busi A party of people from Watertownare States Land Office here, dropped

Penny Dinkins of Baker county, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Starke Saturday. ness in ,Starke. camping out on Crystal lake. ''dead at him residence on W. Masonic

was the guest of Mr and Mrs. Chas. Hester Jones. B. II. Ricks left Saturday for Palm Mr. Kitchen, of Leesburg spent last Mrs. Chas; Cox of Miami is visiting street, at 7:15: last night, at the age

Dinkins, Sunday Miss Jeannette Durden, of Tampa, Beach after a we ek'a visit with relatives Thursday and Friday here attendingto her mother, Mrs! Jno. Phillips, j(lof sixty-two years. Mr. Wainwright

Mr. and Mrs. ,A. A. Smith and Edward :' Is the /guest of her uncle, A. A. burden in Jacksonville. business affairs. Mrs. Susie Ilardee and three sons .I had complained of two attacks of in

Leach were visitors to Kings- this week. Miss Rose Wilkinson returned home Mr. and Mrs. F. C.f Stokes, of are visiting/ her father; A. Sullivan. |I digestion during the day and it is lie

d < Icy lake Sunday. I Mrs. I. J. Priest who has been in Monday from a week's visit with relatives Gainesville! spent part of last! week I W. G. Seals, of Jacksonville visit lieved that the end was due to anoth

Lonnie Harley, of Jacksonville, was 'Starke several clays, returned to her in Jacksonville here visiting relatives. ed Mr.. and Mrs. W. A. Jones a few er attack just prior to his death.

t the guest Sunday. of his-parents, i'home here Monday. D. Marr of Jacksonville, arrived on B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening at 8 days last week. t Hundreds of friends and acquaintances
'' i and Mrs. A. II. Harley. 1111"1'I Capt. Odom of Jacksonville, was Monday. for a visit with relatives in o'clock. Mrs.\ I. W. Pinholster, l leader. 'Mr, and Mrs. S. B. Woodard and I through the county will be saddened !.

4 ; Miss Eva Futch is spending a few looking/ after business* interests at this section.Dr. Everybody invited.W. family attended services here at he to learn of the passing of an
,. Hope Flail this week. G. W. Brown, of Lawtey was a Baptist church Sunday. ; olher "grand old man" as he was tenderly
days at Klngtiley lake the /guest of j II. Harrell and family, of Brad (
I'I'M
4 rand Mrs. L. II. Hill.\ I I I Eider Redgrove, of McIntosh, delivered professional visitor here Sunday and ford, spent Sunday here at the homeof C. A. Youngblood, G. M. and A. L. ., : referred! to by several of those

Miss Carrie Belle Bennett, of Jacksonville a sermon at the Christian Monday. G. B. Colson. Bennett and W. T. Wallace were visitors who learned of nls sudden death last

.. \ spent a few days with relatives 'church Sunday morning and evening. Much sympathy is felt throughoutthis to the county site Tuesday. :""jiight. Mr. Wainwright has been
at Lawtey last week Mrs. Bessie Bryant Mrs. M. L. section for E. Wilkinson and fam- RAIFORD I Mrs. Goar and daughter Janet, of resident of this section of the state

Paul C. Copcnhavtyi, of Jacksonville Watterson and Ellia Bedenbaugh vis- ily in the loss of their eldest daughter Jacksonville, returned to their homo 'for the period of his life, slxty-twi

is a visitor this week at the home of ited relatives and friends at Lulu this Mrs. John Savage, who was Raiford, July 28-Mr. and Mrs. Ury Tuesday after visiting her brother, C. years, and during that time has cut
i : week. drowned in a canal near Palm Beach M. Humphrey. ;Itlvated I the friendship and .,tan
Mr and Mrs. Eaton, near here. I Gunter and little daughter, Dorothy, respect
Mrs. J. M. Wilson, who has been Sunday night, when the car she was untold
The revival services at the Mc'l.o- of Jacksonville, were visiting rela The Baptist union meeting will be number of citizens.Mr. .
dst; church will continue through this J the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. E. in was accidently driven off a bridge lives here last week. held here at the Baptist church Friday :I Wainwright was born at Cal

week, and probably next week. j Henry has returned to. her home in into the canal. The funeral was heldin Jim Ritch was a visitor to Heilbron Saturday and Sunday. Everybody -InKan,, Florida, in 1859. The earh-
J. Treadwell of August Key West. Miami Wednesday.Mrs. welcome. .: of his life
Rev. J. St. I Springs Saturday. years were spent in Starko
I B. Y. Sax h 'and son, Vivian who Savage was born and to '
grew
tine filled his where ho
at Grace
appointment Curtis Rosier wat a visitor to Jack was educated in the schoolsof
Methodist church Sunday morning. I have been visiting his brother, J. ,11. womanhood here, but since her marriage soTivllle last week. GRAHAM [' that community. He was married
Saxon, for several weeks, have returned about ten years ago she has resided .
Mrs. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, Miss Loca Johnson was shopping i in I in 1882 to Miss Florence Jones, who
to their. home in Pompano.Mrs. at Stuart. She leaves a husband ''
was a visitor! last week at the home Lake Butler Monday. Graham, July 28.-Mr. and 1\Irs. pannednto the great beyond :2n 1909!)
of her mother, Mrs. M. E. Edward I W. P. Dirt and children, Marvin and two small sons, J. B. Jr., Ernest Wells, of Lawtey, was a Raymond Shaw and children;of Wau- The Jo-casou taught school in Brad

Mr and Mrs. Richardson, and son, and Florrie Belle of AlachuA> and Carl, and numerous relatives to visitor in town ,Sunday afternoon.Mr. chula, are spending a few weeks with ford county and served as tax assessor

F George of Sandorson, were guests of county, were guests of friends and relatives mourn her loss. and Mrs. Padgett, of Lake.Butler relatives and friends. for a number of years before moving
k Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mary last week. here Saturday and Sunday. I W. E. Marr and George Wilkinsonwere were in town Sunday afternoon. Miss. Ruth Smith, who has been'''to Gainesville to accept a position in

ti Mrs William Reddish, of the Wa- Mrs. Bessie Bryant and children and visitors to Starke Monday. Drew Jones, of Baker county, wasa teaching near Raiford, is home for a the government land office here.
ter oak section was the guest of her Miss Elsie Witt, of South Florida, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Marr and son, of business visitor in town last Tues few weeks. Mr. Wainwright was a deeply religious
who have been visiting here for several Live Oak motored here Monday and Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
daughter, Mrs. R. R. Thede, last week. J. McKinney, of man, having served as a decon in
Mrs. Francis Wiggins, of Jacksonville weeks, returned to their homes will spend several days the guests of day.Mr.. and Mrs J. P. Coffin, of Johns Sampson, were. recent visitors here. the First Baptist church for the past

is spending!: this week in Lawtey Sunday.E. Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilkinson. town, were business visitors in town Charley McKinney, of Long Bridge, i,,15 years. He was also prominently
A. Kennedy, of Lake Geneva, Quite a few people from here attended '
at the home of her mother, Mrs. Low- Monday was a visitor here Saturday. i connected with all religious and educational
was a visitor here\! Thursday. Mr. the funeral bf Strawder Aus
Misses Myrtle and Cecil Lumber, of Messrs. Ray McKinney, Irving and pro'ects in this section of the
ery.Mrs.. Enoch Griffis and children, Alfonso Kennedy was formerly a teacher in tin and babysat Long Branch church Johnstown,' were shopping in town on Avery Dyal spent Thursday in Starke I state
and'Pearl, Mrs. W. C. Wooten our school and won many friends who Tuesday morning. Mr. Austin and Saturday. I Quite a crowd enjoyed a chicken piI 1 The deceased is survived by hU
and children few weeks I are always glad to see him. baby were killed Saturday night by a 'lau at the! home of Mr.
are spending a Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis, of Starke and. Mrs. Arthur mother, Mrs. E. J. Wainwright; onedaughter
X at: Kingsley lake. drunken speeder in an automobile'neaftheir were business visitors in town las t Brown Friday night. Mrs. Julia E. Higginbotham,
i Miss Katie Thompson, of Jackson MILLERMiller home in West Jacksonville. His Wednesday. Mrs. L. L. Smith arM children, J. (lof Lake Butler; six brothers, namely,

ville, spent Sunday with her parents, a wife and daughter, Verdie were injured Messrs. W.'H. and A. D. Andrews,, C. and R. V., returned to their home .N. D. Wainwright, of Starke; W. E.
Mr and Mrs. .Shad Thompson in the July 28.-I. Blackwelder be. but not fatally.known Both Mr. and S. T. Dowling were business visitorto in Ocoee Saturday, after several days',Wainwright, of Lake 'Butler; Truby

$ Wateroak section. gan teaching a ten day' sing at Harmony Mrs. Austin are well here, Mrs Lake Butler Monday. visit with relatives and friends in our|'L. Wainwright, of Lawtey; D. K.
Austin the and
of Mr.
Rev. Lewis Donnerly, of Starke,, church Monday and it Is being being daughter section.E. .
Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Jones, oTairpa I j Wainwright, of Bartow; W. C. Wainwright
1'' filled his appointment Sunday at the well attended. Mrs. S. J. Starling, who live three were visiting here last week J. Murrhee was a business visi- of Tampa; and N. S. Wain-

Missionary Baptist church in the Ros- J. R. McLeod was in Lake Butle the miles\ east of here. The sympathy of at (he home of his brother, Mr. and tor to Sampson Saturday. wright, of Moore Haven. Also by six:
ier settlement, west of town. Thursday on business.T. community goes out to the bereaved Mrs. J. C. Jones. Dewey Murrhee left Saturday for| sisters, Mesdames Alice Langford, of

The death of George T. Pearce occurred H. Rimes was a business visito ones and an earnest hope for the Mrs. Andrew Green who has been I Fort Myers, where he has accepted Alachua; Daisy Lipham, of Gardner;
speedy of Mrs. Austin and ,
at an early hour Sunday mornIng to Lake Butler recently. recovery employment. 'W.
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daughter. visiting sister Mrs. Ai D. .An Armor, of Atlanta, Ga.; W.
''R .\ at his home in the southern part 4 Mr. and Mrs. Olson Thomas wer I drews here for several days, I'eturnedto I Schell Byrd returned from Tampa M. Peek of McClelland, Ark; Meda

o;,town. While he had been subject trading Worthington Tuesday. her home in Baker county Thurs Scturcay. I Hodges of Astabula.A .
to attacks for the past year or two A /goodly number from here attended WATERMILL day. L. G. Barry has opened up 4 grocery short funeral service will be con-
which would confine him to his be' the at Oak Grove Satur store here.
picnic Among those who were visitors to, ducted' from the residence; 1205 W.
i for several days. It was not consider day.N. Watermill July 28.-Dr. Mann, of Kingsley lake last Thursday were Mr r (IMasonic street at 12:30: p. m., today,

ed serious and his sudden death cameas H. Stokes attended the commie Lake Butler, made a call]) here Sunday and Mrs. Alphonso Jones of Tampa, ,, and the body will be shipped to Starkeon

a shock. The deceased was born sioners meeting in Lake Butler Monday i Mrs. J. C. Jones and little' "on, Billy! ; I .I\u. .....''''...'' the 1:45: Seaboard train for Inter-

iy 1 in North Carolina nearly 75 years A. A. Hazen, of Brooker was a busIness Miss Helen Nauright, Messrs, Earl I 1 .. .. ,YS. r .>..,',-h.tin rtW l...1eIWH. .... ment in the family burying ground at
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ago and came to Florida thirty years visitor 1JL 4r iv.nr-5un '.
here Monday. Whitten and Joe Johnson. war f... .uraht.. Crosby cemetery.
! ago. After spending a few years in Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Parrish and tmpm''r'. cnan,'" -I... II rsrcs:5rnrh'enin4T.'nt't : boll, The following friends of'
Mr. Wain-
Baker county he came to Lawtey and MONEY TO LOANAt children of Five Mile, spent the week SAMPSON: CITY ittii'"'lnl".v rm :M-itu-n will then wright have been selected
brow oI'r i dM et.I" | ..10 i v nwWe ,anur'.CItIl.twlll''be to serve as
has resided here since. / .
end here with kinfolks. 1 Dnt".h. ,' ." awn pallbearers: Robert W.
' + In early life he was united in marriage I 3 percent Interest O. W. Thomas and A. L.. Greene McClelland Davis Robert
I Sampson City, July 28.-Rev. Dock J. S. Bodiford. W. M. Bul-
: to Miss Milteer, of Suffolk, Va., 1iiIE were visitors! .to Lake Butler Monday. 'i Crews of lard
FEDERAL RESERVE LOAN Long Bridge, filled hia ap- honorary; S. M. Mixon and Mr.
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and to this union four children were J. Good e. and .Aden Thomas were pointment here Lamans
COMPANYis ]] Sunday. active pallbearers G.
r't"j :. R. Mc-
born namely Mrs. Pearl Jones, Mrs. transacting business in New River Mr. Morgan, of Starke, was a vlsitir Daniel, H. M. Chitty, D. M.
L, II. Hill, G. II. and A. C. Pearce; lending money on Real Estate at 3 and Clayno Saturday. 1 I to our town Monday j Morgan Fennell, J. M. Ogilvie Tompkins and

who, with the widow, survive him. All percent interest; longtime payments.If Miss Alva Thomas left Sunday for S. I. Long of Sparks Ga., visited H. P. Holstein.

are residents of Lawtey.Mr. interested see lellbronn Springs to visit Misses it the home of Millard Varnes Sun-
Pearce was county commission. Jusaie Mae and Pearl Green for several Jay
er from this district for one term and E. W. HAYES days. Mr.
STARKE and Mrs. R. M. Cason and little
served as mayor of Lawtey for three FLORIDA. Raiford Brannen, of Lake Butler,
consecutive terms. I was here Sunday visiting. tI t: in Georgia this week. CATARRH
1 The funeral services were held.at I Mr and Mrs. A. T. Thomas'are receiving .I Messrs. Fred Deaver, Lynk Wil- Catarrh: Is a local dues.n"i. grsatl J'Influenced -
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1'' the home Monday morning at 10. 666Cure. congratulations over the at1 1 tams, Mrs. T. C. Thomas and daughters 0) Tonic HALL'S I taken n.cfS'ilt.utl'Mi-DlCINE '!'. *a
o'clock and Interment at Lawtcy ceme<-' rival of a daughter, born July 19th.. t Mabel and Doris, and Mamie the blood upon Internally\the mu..ous and acts surfaces rough.
tery at 11, where the services :were Mr. and Mrs Oscar Rimes, of Lake I lall motored to Starke Wednesday. .. grind Our Own LensesNODELAY of MEDICINE the ayatem.assists. HALL'IiI CATARRH
Malaria Chill and ; Natura
1;, conducted by Rev. I. M. Belt. Fever Butler, spent Sunday here with the Mel Harris has --movfd his familyo normal cenditions. In restoring

The deceased was a prominent member -j Dengue or Bilious. Fever. It kills latt r's parents, Mr. and M.... A.' L. tGreen Hampton. wish'them success F tJ Cheney RCCo. Toledo.Ohka.
of the Masonic lodge and was bur- the .
germs. iS |i n their new home. QalnesVille Florida..
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