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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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IN MEMOIUAM Lacy Edwards, of Starke, and five I '.\'ILSO -WATSON BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINLast CO. "(," AT ENCAMPMENTLeft ,BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION "
half-sisters i who are, Mrs. A. S. Cros I

laikson E. Wainwright, a son of by, Mrs. W. O. Silcox and Miss Beulah' MinT:
Mr. Horace S. Wilson and Miss Thursday for Camp
Sunday morning Mrs. II. C. Little Misses Fenella and Louise
E. J. Wainwright, was bornin
the late Edwards, of Starke; Mrs. H. J. Dunk-
county, Florida, December ley of Adine Watson, both of Starke, were Peelman, corresponding secretary ol Johnston Snyder sent to their friends dainty invitations .
Nassau Jacksonville and Mrs. F. Jones
quietly married at the home of Mr. R.
Women's Mission' Union
Baptist poke which read "We
county :
and moved to Bradford are going
of I'
:30 1 13G9, Graham. S. Powell by Green last Saturday Co. "G," 15Hh infantry F. N. G.
his parents in 1867. He was Judge to a good audience, all of whom became to have u birthday party on Tuesday
with in the rural schools of the The life of the deceased was a very, evening.Mr. much interested in the work she left Thursday morning for Camp' afternoon, the first of August!; from ( .r ,
educated
tranquil one, and he faithfully served Wilson is the eldest \ Joseph E. Johnston, near Jacksonville,,
and at the old East Florida son of Ir.E. represents. 4:30 to 6:30, and we shall. glad to 'a
cuunty hia God by unceasing industry, strict L. Wilson. from for a two weeks' encampment and instructions "
of Gainesville. September Having graduated Next Sunday morning the pastor' have you coma t ,
Seminary honesty tn all his dealings, malice to the Bradford High School some thl't'eyears will the subject announced in military matters such .i
he married Miss S. Florence speak upon When the long anticipated day and
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24, none and charity to all. as can be had only where large bodiesof
a daughter of the late Prof.' Being an extremely ago, he is now in his junior year for last Sunday, namely, "God in the hour arrived, the home of Mr. and
Jones, quiet man, he was seldom seen; at the University of Florida, agricul I troops are gathered. Captain J. I*
Soul of Man. The h
Charles Jones, a noted teacher. To' Every evening! Peek Mrs. H. M. Snyder was the scene of avery
away from his work or his home yeta tural division. honest sober First Lieutenant Orville Griffin
; lie is
an
,
service will be conducted on the church happy of little
born gathering
Mrs.
the. onion was one daughter, long life in this section had made anti Second Lieutenant Harold C, WillIn people,
Higginbotham, of Gainesville. and upright young man with a most lawn, unless the weather interferes,, who brought many lovely gift for
,
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I him known and beloved charge.The .
by all and promising
future.
and Dr. Bullen will present by means their charming little hostesses.
splendid character and worthwen the his left for ,.
Firs death encampment
sorrow over is general. company
Mrs. Wilson is the daughter of Mrs of the stereopticon the remaining
recognized by the people of thimbntY .. about seventy strong and in better Mrs. Snyder was assisted in enter '
The interment, in charge of Funeral Mattie V. Watson of Silver City, New beautiful slides upon the ministry of
he served them for taining and serving by Mrs. Olin W.
and sev- shape than at preceding time. The
Director D. C. Jones was at Crosby; Mexico, who until recently resided in Jesus. A large number attended last any .
White
Misses
member of the boar.! national Sudie Lee Colson Ka-
as a gu and is now on the same
vial' years cemetery Friday morning Rev. L. W. Starke. Mrs. Wilson is a refined, cul week's service, and we shall this week tie Belle 4
of public instruction and as tax assessor Kickllter fooling! as the regular army and simIlarly Green and Mr. Nelson Green.
officiatingT tured and talented young lady, grad attempt to make room for more auto
accoutered in The rooms were prettily decorated
uating from the Bradford High School mobiles within reach" of tht speaker's every way.
Among the latest additions to thcompany's in pink and white and the punch bowl
January, 1895 Mr. Wainwrlght, ,
(In AGNES WILSON KING last year, and is now one of the county's : voice and range of the pictures 'Y
Gainesville property are the followlnartlch.s was placed on the porch amid vines .
(
moved to where he took
valued teachers. The Bible school will meet at 9:1.1a. : : '

up his life's work as the occupant ofa Lake Butler, July 25-A deep gloom The young couple left Sunday for m. It is splendid to ace the people I : : and flowers.In .

responsible position in the United was thrown over this. community last the University summer school at coming in from the lake, ns well as One prismatic azimuth compass,, the contest "pinning the bat in + a

States land office. There he found no Thursday when it was announced that I Gainesville, where they are both eta from a distance in the country, during latest U. S. engineers model. the man's hand," Joe Wiggins won the

problem too'intricate for his well developed Mrs. Anges Wilson King, was dead. dents. They are popular with a largo these months of summer, and thus Several pncket'compussos.Two boys' prize, a knife and! Eloise Ritch '

mind and he was very zealousof Mrs. King had been ill for quite a long I circle of friends here, who wish! them maintaining the work of the church Bausch in leather& Lomb prismatic binoculars the girls' prize, a box: of dainty !*! tu. 1

the integrity and efficiency of his. while and for one month hud been in I happiness.\ Bring your friends along with you on Two signal lumps.rases. tionery.- ,

every official act. Thirteen years ago the St. Vincent hospital in Jackson Sunday to all that is going on in connection After ire! cream and home-made

he became a widower, a blow, the effect ; vine under treatment of Dr. Boyd I IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT with the worship of God. Several Belgian aiming devices cake had been served, the beautiful
These
attached
to tho
are prisms, rear
of which endured through life, Mrs. King was a very patient suffer birthday cakes'were cut. As Fenella
sights of the rifles. The instructor
and from which he sought surcease by I er, having undergone/ four operations Jail Sentences as \1'11..1111 Fine. Fur EXPLOSION OF GAS \: INJURES : : of t markmannhip can stand at the side was right yours old her pink iced cake + ,
more" work performed, more duties accepted until last was ornamented with eight white candles It
,and bore them heroically, Booze Handlers MORE THAN 100 PERSONS; of the shooter and by looking through
and discharged. claimed in rosebud holders and on Louise's
Thursday the angel/ of death
the prism, note if he aims correctly.One .
Tn his early manhood Mr. Wiiin- her. She was a devoted wife and a Saturday Dolphus Parks, colored,, Chicago, July 31-More than a hundred water barrel of canvas. white cake burned five pink tapers.

'wright united with the Baptist church faithful Christian lady, her membership was before Judge Green, charged with persons were injured and an en- Machetes for clearing away brush. The favors for each guest wi>ro.coneu

and was ever after a consistent member was in the St. James Episcopal stealing a razor from Henry Pigford,, tiro neighborhood terrorized today by Picks, shovel. and other! trenching of candy and nuts. !, 'i

and for the past fifteen years he church in Lake City. also colored. Dolphus was sentencedto an explosion of -more than 4,000,000 tools. The invitation list included the following

was a decon of the First Baptist The body was bmught/ t
church of Gainesville lie was alsoa on the noon train last Fridny. The days in the county jalt.the prosecution tainer. lar small!! conveniences. / HayneB( Verna and Velma i

Free" Mason' of long and honorable day before she died it was announced, asking leniency. The blast, accompanied by a towerIng The boys> were glad to go to their Schilkc, Hazel and Lol Adkins, Marie ,r _

standing. Of, this good, quiet man, n by her physician that there was no Walter Whittcn was charged with column of flame, came without annual vacation. Address letters to Brown, Eloise Ritch, Clara Louise and ( ,

member of one of Bradford connty's hopes for her recovery. Many of her having in his possession a still for the warning and spread burns, desolation the boys in care of Captain J. I,. Peek, Julian Peek, Jr., Margaret Brown, J

oldest and most respected families,, friends from here hastened at once manufacture of moonshine. Plead and fear throughout n district covering Co. G., 154th Infantry, Camp Joseph Luella Cushatt, Grace Alvarez, Etho- ,

ran truly be said: to Jacksonville to be with her before guilty and was sentenced to a' fine of about six blocks and peopled by E. Johnston, Fla. tin and Dorothy White, Etta Fay and ,

met at and all costs and term of 30 laborers mostly. Prescott Gill, Beverly Cady, Paul Ernest ,
'O, good old man, how well in thee appears the end came. The body was $200 a foreign '

the train by a very large number of days in the county-jail besides. ,A group of boys playing baseball BRADFORD Knight: Charles Larson, of FortPierce .' :

'he constant service of the antique! friends and taken to the King: resi- John C. Griffis plead guilty to having more than one hundred yards from the Merrill Futch, Frank and John "

world dence. In his possession intoxicating liquor gee plant had their eyebrows burnedoff Bradford, Aug. 4.-Early!: Friday Imnnn, St. Elmo: truth, Martha

When service sweat for duty, not for On Saturday services were held in Fined $75 and all\ coats and sentenced and their hair singed and suffered morning'the sad news spread over the Brownlee! Alice Fernandez, Arthur 1

meed the First Baptist church Rev. Wal- to 30 days In the county jail. burns on their faces. The millions of community that Mm. J. II. Brown hud Darby Jones, Stanley Bennett, Billy"Graham t'

Thou art not for the fashions of these ter D. Cavell, rector of St. James Neither Whitten nor Griffin are ableto feet of gas, ignited from some mys passed into the great beyond. She was S. R. Johns, Jr., Robert
born Dec. 20 18iX( and died July 28, Green, James. Richard Wainwright, ,
times; Episcopal church, Lake City, officiat- scrape gum for the convict con- terious cause: which engineers: have '
Where none will sweat but for pro ing. Mrs. A C. Strickland sweetly tractor, and will pass their sentencesin been unable to explain, lifted the top 1022.:: ::! Before her marriage to Mr. J. Lester Price and Eldridge Robinson,
II. Brown Jan. 21, 1H'J5! she was Miss KHford| Emery, of Jacksonville, Evelyn ,
motion; sang that beautiful hymn, Lead Kind- the county jail. off the huge: circular tank.
Missouri M. fowler She had been and Marjorie Stump, Mary Noble -
that do choke their service Mrs. W. II. a ;
And having ly Light, accompanied by Monday, the cause D. W. Moore vs
of Jacksonville Carol White Billy
faithful member of the Missionary
up, Lee on the violin. the Powell Martha Powell Colson Met.rho
Baptist church for 40 and she ,
Even with the having. Green. Damages $99.! OF SEABOARD LINE years :
Mrs. King was a woman of many I before Judge Eunice Canova Dorothy Ritch
showed by precept and example that : x3
The deceased leaves to mourn him good, traits of character, generous, I, Non suit was taken'by plaintiff. she lived a Christian life, a kind wife Pauline Miner, Ruth Schilke, Lois .

the following relatives: One daughter hospitable and an exceptionally kind Then again appeared the same plaintiff Jacksonville, July 31.-Charles E. and a loving mother. The news cast Long, A. E. Wall, Jr., Edwin Green,

Mrs. C. C. Higginbotham, of manner, always a pleasant smile anda against the same defendant stock Harris. 37, foreman of the machine a gloom! over the community and much Mary Brownlee, Ben and Lillian n

Gainesville; his mother, Mrs. E. J. kindly word for every one she met claim, damages $98. In this case the shop of the Seaboard Air Line rail- sympathy was expressed for the bo- Sternberg. N T. Riteh, Jr., Sinclair

Wainwright, of Starke; six brothers, -to know her was to love her. Beside plainJfT: sued the railway company road here, was attacked and, severely renved relatives. The announcementthat Peek, Jr., Joe anti Mary Wiggins, Joe ,

Messrs. N. D. Wainwright of Starke, her devoted husband, left to I for killing a heifer yearling, claiming ,beaten by nine men as he came from her last hour had I struck clime Edwards, Jr., Frances Lee Peek Edwin r '.

W E. Wainwright, of Lake Butler, mourn her loss, are the following five I damages of $25. The jury awardedhim I his work this afternoon. lie declared like a blow, it was so painful to real- NpfT, Jr., Julia Sapp, Mabel Mar- i

N. S. Wainwright, of Moore Haven, brothers and three sisters Dr. Ken $18. D. E. Knight, Esq., attorney I he could i identify four of his assailants ize that a beloved friend had gone for- gurut Nt'IT, Wilford and Emily Philips I, ;

P K. Wainwright, of Bartow, W. C. nedy Wilson, Teighman, Mr.; John A. for plaintiff, Joe Hill Williams. whom he alleges were strikers.A Ellen Shepard, Ava Lou and Jim .\ tl.

Wainwright, of Tampa, and T. I. Wilson, Boonesboro, Md.; Walter Wilson i aq., for defendant. temporary injunction recently ever.Mrs.. Brown hay been in failing I'oppell. j ,

Wainwright, of Lawtey; six sisters, Kansas City, !Mo.; George: Wilson granted the ,Seaboard Air Line was health for a number of years. For ., 1'

Mrs. M. E. Kite, of Orange. Heights, Philadelphia, Pa.; Coit Wilson, FIGHT FOR SOUVENIRS OF mode permanent, today by Federal the past several weeks she suffered M II.Llm' :

Mrs. W. M. Peek, of McClelland, Ark., i Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Kate Overington, NEGRO LYNCHED AT MACON Judge II. D. Clayton. It restrains any from heart trouble und blood poison a

Mrs. Alice Langford, of Alachua, Lps Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. J. G. Bo- interference with the carrier's. property but her condition was not considered Miller, Aug. 4.--Secber StokeR visited \ ,

Mrs. W. A. Hodges, of Astatula, Mrs. 'dine, Elkridge, !Md.; !Mrs. Edith Higgins Only Prompt Closing of Negro Business \ or its workmen. Harris was said serious. friend. in Lake Butler Saturday .

T J, Lipham, of Gardner, and Mrs. New York, N. Y., and a host of Section Averted Riot not to be involved in the strike because To Mr.4snd Mrs. Brown were born night. I a

W. N. Armor, of Atlanta, Ga. Friends. I I of his official position He was five children, three boys and two girU. Miss Jewel CrawforJ. while playing ,. 1

The following out of town relatives : For some time before the body arrived Macon, Aug. 2.-The police received beaten badly about the head with pis Four children survive her, an follows;: Sunday afternoon, fell, breaking her \ ;i '

came to Starke to attend the funeralW the large church was crowded a report at 12:30: o'clock this morn, tol butts. At a local hospital it was Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown, of right arm I "" t ....

E. Wainwright, of Lake Butler, I to; its utmost'capacity and many were ', tag: that 300 people had assembled at said his condition is not serious. Brooker, Messrs. Willie Brown? of J. S. Drown made u business trip i

D K. Wainwright, of Bartow, T. L. i unable to obtain seats. The floral offerings Central City Park and were planning Local officials. .were asked to investigate Brooker and Dr. Elmo Brown, U. S. to sake Butler Monday. t

Wainwright, of Lawtey, and Mrs. M. i were profuse, among these offerings an attempt on the county jail where charges by T. C. Singleton, an navy, stationed in the Canal Zone. Milts Edna Blair was the guest of 'f' I, i

E. Kite, of Orange Heights. The following being a beautiful crescent of three negroes are held in connectionwith aged farmer living on the outskirts of Funeral services were held at Do- Miss Rlvy Fralirk, of Providence, last "

of the U. S. land office honored flowers, pretented by the Lake Butler the murder of A. L. Algood. Ear the town, that he was badfy beaten dan church Saturday morning at 11 week. x

ti f'-v: late comrade by escorting his remains I'Bank, of which Dr. King is president. lier in the night they broke up one by a party of armed men Saturday o'clock, by Rev. F. B. Johns, of Starke., John Padgett, of Lake Butler, was ? .

to their last resting place: Hon. There was also a very large heart of mob that formed at the park., night in the mistaken belief that 'he Interment took place at Dedan ceme here on business. Monday ; e'

Robt. W. Davis, register; W. S. Tan- I roses and several anchors and the had worked at the Seaboard shops. tery. Denzil Thomas visited/ friends at ; (,

ere, chief clerk; Chas. Lemon, clerk, gate-ajar and beautiful large bouquets Macon, Ga., Augj 1.-Prompt closIng Singleton declared the authorities had Long Bridge Saturday and Sunday 1

and Robt. Davis, Jr. were numerous, presented by of the negro business section of appeared indifferent and insisted that ZIFF ,Supt. O. L. Miscue, of Luke But-. I '

The following Gainesville friends of friends' After the solemn services at Broadway this morning, immediatelyafter he swear out a warrant before they let, was a business visitor here Tues.

Mr Wainwright had been selected to the church, the body was taken to De- news was received of the capture would take any action in the matter. Ziff, Aug. 4.-Mr. and Mrs. Frank day afternoon.

serve as pallbearers: Robert W. Davis I tie cemetery for interment, same being of John Glover, prevented a serious At the sheriff's office it was asserted Reynolds, of Graham, spent Sundaythe Mr. and Mrs Billy Kerce, of Swift I

Robert McClelland, J. S. Bodiford, placed in a steel vault. There clash this afternoon, the police say,, no report of the case had been guests of their parents, Mr. and Creek, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.

W. M. Bullard, honorary; S. M. Mix- were over one hundred automobiles in when Glover's body, riddled with bul made. Mrs. J. B. Thomas. Tom Rimes Sunday. j I

on and Mr. Lamans, active pallbearers the funeral procession and two truckloads lets, was dumped into the downtown the presented to Miss Opal Lewis returned home on Olson Thomas made a business tripto

; G. R. McDaniel, H. M. Chitty, D. of flowers. street by a mob that had lynched him. According to story named Sunjay after a week's visit with her IjiCrosso Friday

M. Tompkins Morgan Fennell, J. M. born in Boonsboro, the authorities today, a man stator, Mrs. Ethel Dennison, of Mid Mr. and Mrs. Math Douglass spent ,
King was those
Mrs. Scenes resembling of Saturday George P. Singleton had been employed
Ogilvle and II. P. Holstein. Starke Md. March 27, 1878; married Dr. night when Deputy Sheriff WalterC. Saturday the weekend with the latter' parents t
Seaboard shops
at the way.Services .
of the obsequies October were held at the home of Mr and Mrs. Summers, of Providence.
Masonic lodge took charge Lake Butler,
Secber King, of Byrd was shot to death, It is said and Saturday afternoon was
and the interment was atCrosby this life July morning S. I.. Prescott Saturday night and a Wilbur Brown visited friends in theProvidence "
7 r 1903, and departed by Glover he was leaving of strikers.
as a negro accosted by a delegation t'
to their crowd attended section Thursday night. ;
according large
cemetery, 20: 1922. pool room in the same block were du- They influenced him to quit forthwith,
beautiful and impressive ritual. Misses Rhoda and Alva Thomas attended S. Blackburn, who Is teaching at !
plicated.Men for day'swork. \
MISS THE "WEDDING IN he receiving his pay one ,the burial of Mrs. Brown at Harmony church l in absent on account t(
DON'T
of all jammed their
DEATH OF W. F. EDWARDS BABYLAND THURSDAY NIGHT" .ages way Dedan Saturday.Mrs. of sickness. Hit. many friends wish J
into Broadway and those that reachedhe
Saturday night, a party of men appearcd Lacy Prevatt returned home him a speedy recovery. 1Mr.

W. F. Edwards died $t his home on Will Be Held at the High School Au. body of Glover fought for souvenirs. at T. C. Singleton's residence, from Jacksonville Monday, where she .. T. the excitement the !
West Call street Thursday morning, ditorium Beginning 8 O'clock During body told him that their automobile had had been under treatment. lIer many who have been visiting in Jacksonville .
hurled bill board at the
against a
July 27th. He had been ill poor health was broken down and that they wanted to friends are glad to see her back again. have returned to spend several days ,
entrance to negro"theatre where it .
a
for several months, suffering from I The beautiful little operetta "The leave It in his yard. When the man Miss Atha Lewis and brother Pur with relatives in this section before

dropsy, but had been confined to his 'I' Wedding' in Baby Land," which wan remained rushed in half and carried upright it until the to police For- appeared, he was seized, taken down tie attended the sing breaking up at returning 'to their home at Palmetto. t J I

bed only for a few'days. to have been held in April, and was away the road several miles, severely whip- Midway Saturday. Miss Anna Belle Peeples was the ,
syth Ga., for an In'1u."t.GJover ,.
The deceased was born in Bradford : indefinitely postponed on account of ped and left insensible. lie was told Miss Rhoda Thomas Is spendingthis guest of Misses Alberta and Lota
was shot to death by: a mob
county! in 1855, and was a son of the much sickness, will be given next he said\ that he was being mistreated week at Graham the guest of her, Bielllng\ of Providence Sunday L I
10 at Holton Ga., ten miles away at 1
late Femiford Edwards. His earlier Thursday evening, Aug. 10th, at 8 because of his work at the shops, although sister, Mrs. Lomle Reynolds. '
o'clock this afternoon. He being ;
years were spent on the parental o'clock, at the High School auditor returned here by officers who was had : he protested to the men that Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Kelly and children NEW LUMBER Y Aim .

homestead on Crosby lake, but about cap he had never been In the shops. spent Supday guests of Mr. and I
um. tured him railroad train at Grif
on a
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40 yean ago he moved to Starke and The twenty-five little tots are won fin. Ga. Today's developments marked the Mrs. J. W. Lewis. D. Borer has acquired some lots between t!

married Mrs. Eugenia Swearingen.For derfully trained for their different 1 ,Iceman T. F. Phelps who was only disorders known to have grown Cherry street and the railroad I

several years he kept a store in parts and the public Is promised a shot by Glover this morning at the out of the I trike in this city. Rev. M. L. Smith, pastor of the opposite to J. O. Turner's and will use i "

Starke, but after he becamfl widower of the Atlantic Coast Line Methodist church, in expected to return them for a lumber yard. An ,office
of his lose Employes
treat. time
; capture an arm
may
about 15 years ago he paid his rare under the protection home tomorrow and will occupy building will be erected, as well as .
is for the benefit result of the wound. shops are working
as a
attention exclusively to trucking, having The little operetta restraining order his pulpit Sunday morning. Mr. Smith sheds tot dressed lumber cement .",j
Club of Starke and is Officers that Glover begged the of a temporary
a little farm a short distance.south of the Woman's say Saturday has had a four weeks vacation whichhe lime, etc. Mr. Boree will also keep jfj .
Clayton
direction of Griffin to "kill don'ttake granted by Judge
under the training and police me now;
of Starke. August spent at Camp McClellan and with on hand nails and other builders' sup 3
It is set for hearing
Nolle Hughes. me back to Macon. I know what night. .
The deceased leaves no children. Ills Mrs. % hill parents at Augusta, Ga. plies. .
Admission 25 and 50 cents. you want me for. 4..
nearest relatives! are, a half-brother, r v vi.

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.w H rr _' [ NOTICE OF ELECTION one fclal Ropreecntatlvc miweaire t<, each The Hoot Governor at the ahall Rppr by I NoU.o I. hereby given th.t AUGUS'r.the TOWN 1ollowlni1 1022.TAX it uies9rtbed being NOTICE Ihe I.nd wi of b.paid sold ,t U'I, .
WEAR ni> MONDAY IN m'tnlfUb ,
f THE gi IN EVENING WHEREAS, The 1"lal"lu.l .' 1 Z1. u"lar'' priat ealun of the L..latu. direct the 'on the FIS'r ot Dr.dtord. Stat. ot Florida 01'.0 much thereof ..1 b. .Y ,

: the (.". <.Uon of 1KKI1. of th. SlAte of .'Ior- attention of eaeh 1._ plvl..lo". of tin. the In thu amount uiiie, for t. herein pat o"plte tho .am. togother I th.FU'l'cuusd1 1' .., \\1
)1 L1KFTCMN1 : i,101. dlil PUNS four Joint HMmliillons ppniKJ'li nnd L'I.lntul that sha aivertleintg. O. A.
1rc '5 tmivmltnrnui to the ('""Itutlon of the HUof ao..dm..t. 3. or any ,o.dlnl LettUlatul and Tax Collector Town of Rlu,'...

.' llm-litn, / aol the mime wer. .r,' ,d w by a I..t l shall meet etGn yeara themafu.. .N.

CABINETS I Draped Crepes Taffetas Chi. \ot of thn- -llfth. of nil Ihf m- nl><'nl i-lfcl''edI Rhatl n>ftue' or fail to apportion the rei>rcai>rntlon ..
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PUI'I'O.
fitlaluro Special' sub
I. Wluit would tho Mill Joint Ri'iuilutliinii he .uubmil but tn I IVl the and by pubiiiixiclaniHtlon Lot 8 blk 1 41! T. Julius Butler _
'": "Thank Coil for tea. i of mHhfnir Httih niiixirtitmment ally :_-. 28 I 22 ------ I
,r ? How did it4 or the R."tG Bt tIle Oenornl KlfCtl-- I, communicntlun to enHowie Bllt 4 -
I ,I the world do wtptiirnr-toii' born Colorful, Gowns the Last Word I In I" N'emtwr IP22. 1 -ane the,attention of each hoes Blk Sex t01lS1I: 7 Alvnms's-1 tI& add ex..28 8 Fred Beck ........____.. .
l..m gluil I v>un not Lots B !
I. I (It exliit?; 'rH'F.RE.'ORJI. T. II CLAY (R \W. < amendrnvnt.Sec. .
I : I j NOW. of thii
.'' ( before tea." I Ij' Summer Attire, for Formal FOItn. Secretary tit Suite of the Suite ot to tho. pnivlaiona 2. Tlint any anil all provisIons of tConHtitutlon 3 of A In NWVi pond of In SWM Sty Cr _of___NWVi____Z' S 22 Fred Beck ___________". S

\ \ I I'j" Affaire Writer\ Says. 'I Horiilil, do tinrel.y rl\e notles that aI in conflict with' this prevision band Lot of Blk 1 L. T. A Cos add _.2, S liHll Mrs. C. 8. Clyntt ------__ 'i,'
WHATTO EAT I RRNKBAL FLFCTIOS: I _.__. .28 43 *' Mrs. Eunice E. Canova --.- _
; H I II S I''will be held In eneh county In Florida, i iTtiradny on the .Hme )h..I, "p.lv. All< Slit Tamplos 6 L. T.add A -Cos ;sub; ---dlv'.28 I 22 Rus. Cox .__...._______. : I

\ t nltQ like the flld-fQ !hlono,1, There, are nil sorts of manner I In next aueeewHna 'Iho first MnndavNovember. btlilh0 I III The vot. cant In compliance with Maid pi,.j One lot 105 t In SW Cor of W DrlBnen Est .
those Tuesdny
I For A. U. 1II2J. the iiald : __ __ _28 I E ---'-- '
of -- I
?fA dress inn he dl- And the ulu'cittruiMon. 8W' SW' '
which the evening
wllltippen, pound en..y. I I- sub
Rmondm'n" A
tUsli .
( I I I ': Grapple, Iho following California Sera signed, this scuHon. As It Is true of | 8BVKNTH OAV OF NOVKMBFH return .ho..t. ahnll he Kubjcctailtho to dlv!I. __ 41_L.____T.______._______28 6 28Lota Lucy English ._....___ "
r.. I _ rallflcnllon reliKJllon of the Mloint name roHulatlnnn rmtrlctiona aa lr' und SU, it & 18Blk
for the nr 1 and 14
pie. Tukti oneupt'lll the top coat so li Is of the even InK nnwilullona' nroposlnit ameiiilrnentsI to provided bv law for general elections In 1 I 18. L. T. & Vot Lul______--28 6 21 Florenta Freynamta ___ ,. .\

i, 'erl'lll dress-every personality, cun fInd I 118 the Constitution of the State of Florliln vi.. State of Florida Lots 8 4 5 9 of Blk C Risings

: of ( much trjln I I IN TESTIMONY WlfEREO add _______________._______28 8 2 Elbert Cnann -.-...---.__ fSlf.L.Gray ;

a' prepared wheat ndd, fro thrt i m declares expression)u without fashion HO writer In as the New& I I .\ Amendment JOINT RE30T.UTION to Si-ctlon 10 of p"lnlf Article X"nI i III S nnd 1 have affixed hereunto the Great net my Seal ba! of 1 Lot msy 1, Ik origin 4 as .xlnd.o. .___on..-.nsey'a__._.28 S 22 ._.-.________. ,, t

I the I of the Constitution; of th. Slate of FloiWi the Stat of Florida at Tall- Lou 0 7 8 of Blk C Risings D. Hicks. ________
plul P. ____.
und one-half cup| York Times. There are i Rulntinir to Ediirstlon. haiuea, tlie Capital this th. add __-..____-_.______...28 < 1 ?
I i .
I A. H draped that suit certain 1I&urell :' Leirlslatur of the Stat Ono lot bounded S by Hogan AlleyW
I fuls of liolllti/ crepes Ho It U.Hiolve I by the twenty-fifth dil7 of July A. D.

$ 1\1\ I I water, one I"R' und thfre lire tho bouffunt tnffcti" I I n' Florida I Rm'ndm."t 10 S..llon 1022.H. street by .Bay. street.--?,..N__by___J.kol__ _28 I 22 W. M. Hollnl"orth----. 5 1
following CRAWFORD.
I those ThAt the of thoI CLAY ft E of NE Cor Hoyt
Com lIHMi
of Bill which are denlgned to grace CorwllluMnn ..
of tim Statu
:' j spoonful ,10 of Artlclo XII Secretary of E IOB
I 1 ud..c..Uon' h. Rnd and Broadwn.street, run t

g I'I and cook five minutes. Cook la ft *dOur figures more which slim are and more straight.girlish andtrltle 'I'bere a '. the Sl.l.am of.Florida til hereby relntlmt iwreeil to to and State. .tiall nt thginevi be i to N beir .t ....106____ft_,._S__105-?_.?8 6 22 F. It. Hala _._._________ .

ri r, 'I: I ble boiler for 10 minutes. Cook out are the organdies too. which uial ,ul.mltt election to the of oleetom wprewntatlven of the i In 1022) 1"atornval REPORT OF BOND TRUSTEES Lota 8 dlv 4 of. Blk 43 L. T. A Cos Sf2 Jess Jobnaon _________
pound of unrjuntfe, add one tublenpooi of the board of Trustee nt sub -- b-28
Report
I :'I 1 ful of BOKO one.half fimpoonful ot ,' the nicest sort of evening clothes Sotkn I oO..J 1511' >L.ghuiflttWe: mR" jrnvIui I In' Rmdforil ount.. Flarel" for Dono months end Lot fllv 1.of. _Blk____4iT:1.__ ______&___Cos___.-___.2 I 2 Raymond Jackson ._______. "

nml. put Into when they are properly gotten t' dlvl..ion ot Rny countY or "u"tl.- \lop June an 122. BIb 87 88 44 L. T. 4 o's sub
the .
c' ''I, 1 pepper mix nil together I In fact: It Is a Benson tor for .nv..nl..nt school ..U.trlcl ; and fur thI Kerelpta dlv _____--.--.___.........28 I 23 A. O. Jenkins .. ___-- ";_
ffether and to the hoard '
flour ,
trWt4X from
roll In
I a mold. Slice when colil, biennially 0' thrce .chool Jan 3. IP22-R."lv.,1 Lot 4 of Blk 88 L. T. 4 Cue sub
"). the person who loves to look grucef I election their office for Iwo Cfl. of Rod and BrldK.Distnct dlv _________________________28 822 Edna Jackson _-.-_..__..
,f;. and fry In hot fut. I who shall hnhl "t' nil i thiuchooi No. I _______ _.___________ 985.84 L. T. A sub
.ul..rvl..lan 8 4 of Blk 89
California Mock Duck.-Take one and filmy and charming In the clothes< who haIl within have the the dlntrict : anti for the IvvYI' Jan. 4. 21422-ReceIved f rom T. W ota div _________._.____C.________28 I 22Lota R M. Jenkins ._ ._..?.----- :- '
.
I which she selects to wear for pnrtli lion Hayes tax collector t road and bridKO L. T. A Cue sub
school 2 4 of Blk 45
( I I and one-hulf pound of flunk ateut, i, affairs In anti "oll..ction of a dl.trl..t free 5415001. wlthllfhd\ tax ----- .:. ---------_------ 120Pen. d dlv _____________________28 I 2 H. O. Flgford .___________ '. ;1 't':,
0 .. and pounil, until the flbera ore well] end dunces and evening ge raIuAlvO lice of .bllo majoritY of 2. 1 0 1t..I"e from B. W. All Blk 21 origInal town __________28 I R R& Ilettle M. PrevaIl ... "u,
eral. I l1.l.rl.t. whenever a .RI 01' per Hnyes. tax / and bridge Lota6OlSiIhlelaruIotsOlO
ulilei .'
both on "
broken. Brown quickly on Is odectolS Ih..f l.I1nt PAY a IRX of such levy : tax _cI/I"'l.r.___ .________.______ 10.08 It 12 21 22 23 24 of BIb 8 in
that
Mix one und one-half cupfuls of There Is one point particularly ,onH p"'l"rl" shall vote authnrlwrf In favor, h" thie sue Miirch, 4. 1022-Received from E W Dowllnirs ---------------.28 I 22 J. F. Rhoden _.______h__ "

t of chonpe(] noticeable about the evening, ,"vlol..I. that any Ux the ,lo"*' 'Ii Hnyofl, tax eolli ctnr. road and bridge Com at E.Cor nf Wty of NW'4

crumbs* IIdr. one cupful the that! Is thi lion .haIl not exceed ten mlltn on of the'j tax ___________ .____.___.___ ?22.P8 or "E' of NE'.i A run W 100
clothes of summer
I I prunes ono-linlf lenspimfiil of 'Kill, any on. year on the taxable property March 8, 1922- Riwivod f rom Ernest ft of be*. thence W 110 ft '.
of they are colorful. They may bo any; illiilrlct. Amos, tax redemptions -------------0 S 807 ft. E 100 ft N SOB ft tnbo \\
teaspoonful peppeione
one-eighth of a $ Richard Reynolds '
i 1 1 I first of all! I March 6, 1022Reetvsud from Ernest --------------------------28 6 2 --- ---- t:
twispoonful of lemon juice one I thing else In the world but RF
4 I fill the center of thBteak they lire brill Inn t In color. And, It 1. A Amendment miMT t.> Article V tlr the Con.lltulonor April R, 1922-Reeel\ from B W _J____ ._____ -___ .-___.28 8 22 II. C. Richard ._____ ,

j egg, mIx 'nml to lent women und gIrl. the Slate' of FloridA Kvlntlve lC the .lu.I-1 Haves tax colli-ctor. roo'l and liriclirotax Blk 8(1( A NI of Blk 4 L. T. A 1 .._.______ SC .
of'' surprising ___ __ 22 K. E.
I roll tip cover with plecen uu __ _____ ______--130.1 Co sub < _____ 28 I Sn.1
cove who heretofore, supposed and state nollr ryt.the l I.alnlatunof the Slnte' April 9, -1022-U.,0Iv..d from .Comptroller ola 1 2 15 16 lots 13 20 ft A 14 _______ ,
t ; Boet. HuiTinmil with hot wnter I I could fl-uulvei license 958.22! A In NB Cor ef SEt, of 11E..28 I 22 ;. C. Sweat ._ ,
wee auto
that they ----- -
the einphntlrnlly a Florida I I V Lot 1 A 2 of Bllt 32 L. T. A
I and hake one hour. Thicken gniv I I I the following "m..nolm..nt to Arlkleof ,I Rev / !! from E W _0__ Will Sander __________
nothing but sombre ,colors anti, turt.llE'r.1I10re Thnt the t"te of Firil, 112-n..lyrd, and bridge sub dlv ________________ 28 6 h '.
and nerve.EOO ihi ronntttullnn of 1.,. T. A 'I
1numkerea I Lola 8 8 It of Dlk 28 S
that they, ? considered these tllo Jxi.llelnry nntiBrtment. to tax y" -- _---_------1410.79 liO tt fTeo. Strickland
six n-Intlve l 10 the -- ------- -- Cos ___ Z1
Style.-Couk t'gg he -- -- -- -- -- -- I
Southern an
of aid Article V. limo ftrd, 1022--Received from E WHoy. Tars-eli------,
colors tDiractoiro Seotlon 4.J: of Bllt 22 add ___,.24 2 Berths
onions onCl only good taste, wearing _. nnd Mian, I"' ui- collector, road nnd brltltretax fAt 1 To"'lo I : Ilr.
hurt] nnd,, shell. Boll two l I. 10 agreed to I tax Lois 7 of Blk 1 trubys .
the
Bmo the electors of the R\.nt. nt the tuenCEgui .- ____ ____ ._______ _________9160.21! 28 8 22 Mm. J. T. Wills _____._-
chop 11". 1'repnrp n white HIIUCO U8. nettled I. .r.u.t!.". nfi... from Comptroller. I- : --
,-1 elttlon ,$5. tw hnIt on the Meet June 1128-Tfc'ct.lved : 9 In SW Cnr ef SE1of /
of flour antwo \. 1) l"'"l. I'riitlflcallon "'< A I. railway ta 14BO', ;;tn
IDS four tnhleMpoimfula( the fleet Monday In Novemter.' / .1 ---------- A ot of.
rejection, to. rtt I I !E' .....,, 523 Mrs. S. M. Wells ___ ____ ,
::1 tiiMt'Nixtonfiil of butter ; wheiwell I tr : from lime 1 10 MM-' : :-- --- Mrs. Mary Williams __ ___ '
T I 4.I See 41. Tho I.PirlHlntiirs mny ; [. B of Ulk- TIL. T. & Cos add..2M 8 22 '
blended, add, two cupful of mill time nnd no the b i.lniiwof any circuit rmiiironravlrio DUbuntementHInn. .

I I salt ansi, puppvr to tnfll<. Lay the fop the appointment of one or rirenlKach moimldltliinal \", 3, 1022-A A Durden expeniiotnwtpe n.on I --

1 eittrn In the snui'O nnd serve nil hot. ', Clrrnlt mldltlonnl' Judir.Circuit for J>irt ouch"o shall lappointed ,, J O Cone ".ln"...__-__ 10.1 W B Torode do -.._____ LOt ORDER FOR PUBLICATION

; ouch nnd oonflrmed hy \V Torndo do .. t b i 10 Stern Bros hililKe Ibr 22.20J In Circuit CoUrt Stat* ot Florida
of ttovomor -
Chill Sandwlch. *-Tnke one cupful by the for nix -".. an, 1 }' Htenofrrnphloervlce (1 Crew do __n______ 4 8Stale 'Judicial' : Circuit County i S t
office 31'
I tomato piintn or Honp reduced. until the Sonate..and the hold unmn nulnry nnd iillnwimeifor ) o "_ -._ 0.00 1 Farm do ______ 40.80C I'Rdton

xh..1.1. --lie nhnvo a W Alilormnn, cople of A Prlnicle brides 1'0 "I.. Andrews. Jr.Comnlftlnnnt...
onteimponful ) Iudpe
of Circuit
vinegar other
one-lirdf cupful ,
, thick, txppnm im all the ilntli of pal' _________ 2.00 .
of pickling dplcex, onl'.hnlfcuptul n\l tho power tie and prowled perform or nre.crlbi>,d li,1' TvPOr" -canv.inl 1.00 J M Hosier do __n____ 2.00 \B
tInt, arc or mny .. .I Horace Hosier do ____
of Ciri'U.liiriueii O W Aldorman do 2.0 Anlrews.Dornsinnt..
the same .tatut for Usher
onion
of chopped or by
Conatltutlnn
S the riieii.luilKim nuC' White Dee lOll I Shelly Rosier do ____ .
green pepper, one-tiibleipoimful of .1 and all ntntutMi. Wherever concernlnir T P Canova cerl -. 55.2! J S Rosier do ...__ ..15Q by affidavit appended

cornstarch cupful, of choppei nhall apply iu hun. appointed"ror I R Burrows gas and oil _.. 2.04 W Wnlnwilxht A Son bftl..ef, in tho cauae Mia f
ono
two or more Circuit Judinffl tho C A bridge brIdge, Ihr ____-. 3B.28W ..aove..lo"0 nnmuafnunrcstls'nt
I Andrew the "
meat or onelmlf cupFul of peanut but. Circuit th. buu.ineua may JurUdlellon be divided in amonir the CIrcuit .,01.V..n.lloe- __.-. I all I R 5 ( Torode nails 4.M of tin Slate of.Hrrida, ..t.In ,

ter. Cook tlio xplces anti vegetableIn Circuit Judicoe. hnvlnit County In tha Clroiilt u m"," L nn do 2.11 I W M..r: brldiio Inbor 2.0 n ronldent of the city of Anhevlllc, St
and In any J W Wo.d rond __ 4.0n C Von Ohl.l"n rond wk 5.00Innk North Carolina and fa the atra of *w
over
'rl
cornstarch and where no pravlnlnhim .
thicken with ., by h "
the soup be prmerlbed S II Co 5 { of Starke brldxttIhr
I s mada by law. the dt.trlnutli>n of tho Hulh..1 "PIIII. 20.6 5 __.___ one yo.r. t It fa th..fo" ordered tha
add It diluted with a little cold water been Circuit between the ClrcuJudirofl Bnnk 8tark. payrolls O C Sweat 4.G8 non.. .. dc-fendnnt nnd in hereb,
t lneM of the J II Itaincy cutting right
>u _
for Dec
t S and cook five ml nut PH. Cool ndd mentor of the Circuit and of any County i In J W Andrews-- Jr unft 10.81 of way < ---.---- 37. mitred mild tn appear to the before bill of Mondny complainin thdny
on or
butter nnd npreud on slices ot! bread. \ the Circuit. and the allotment or awiiinment ot etc -01 89.7b G M Bevlll tiriilTO Ihr ol' .a\.o A. D. 1922 other win. '
_ U matter* anil, eMHen to be heard ,decided order C Wall premium bond J W While & Son nulls 2.30 I S.'ptml..1'
Choose Sandwich.-Take i itnbk'Hpoonful n Khali be con. I bill wi bo taken anrefined
S Cottage put tried decreed or adjildtre S Slntthewii 5.PO a II Colwin do. _._ -- 89K I said defendant.It .
bv
_ _
of minced! chives, add trolled or.tniulo whtn noe...ary by tho ClrenJudiie Tib. 7, 1BS3-A I A Uiinlen. expense B Andreu labor Dukes In further ordered thnt this onlor hIIIoJs'at *
I holdlntc' tho eommliutlnn cnrlloHt I Iilnle IA truHtee 3.00 I Ferry bridge ___ __ .03 ,
- which ha week for four oonitpcutlvifn
cheeHft nnrt- a
one cupful of cottnffa Circuit Judge or ..luditchall m..tn" and I
>. No ndditlonnl J C Cone sew f C A F..h xnlnry .
S been fonsoneJ anti, enriched with i itableBx aI' be authoring ta he appointed a Clrcuhavlnu F' Tn-rmla. di-. 9.00( In.ldenlAl lay ... 53.7 the' rnro.t nnld County county Telegraph and etato aps'r
.000 Inhnbltanla by the I..t ., la- "
Use brown iris than 7(1( M Brown premium on H.n..1
of This- August t.
[ >onftil crenm Federal or 8tat census occurinir next hotorctho bond, J C Cone R I Ip n hl.lln. n_ 4.2 19\V.: ALDFTW\N

i S I bread buttered, 0 rill a titblespoonful of Muixniro, tif the Inw for his or their appoint S C Jones nna oil pto n 4.7G S J H bItch exp Letln. > Clerk Circuit

'6hcrrte nnd( prcad with thirheu i ment. The Letfinlaturo may repoal nny Inc C Andreu repairing Ward briduc n."k S.nl Py C. A KNIGHT
chopped !
_ .
I S : provldlnir for the appoIntment of nn ad - S 'e. I Clretilt .tudiro. or aulit tonal Circuit Judirffor .Q M ;: 1 lumber ; J C Cone exp Duknii Fer- Solicitor for ....'
a Circuit, but nuili ronrnl shall nol nffp. -- 8.18 1 5 rv hrldtro _______ 7.M Cmpl.lnlnl
the term Hnlanr and jurlndiction of a Judubolillnir H r h ,;liib; 1 H Thomas rv hndfroil20.0
I' )1 wctQ an appointment. ; And repairing hrldirea,) 20.00( 1 WI Andrews lubor Con ORDER FOR PUBLICATION/

S.. I H..r!Steam lumber for hrldvro ___n.__ 10.81 In Circuit Court. State of Florida. "

A .IOINT REIHH.U'rION Pmuunwine aAmendment .ni / brl I to Sielon.) Jof\ Artielo XVT nj S A A Ptirden brldtfe material JO Crews brldire Ihr .- 24.70E eery,

i I Iho Cimmltiltion of the Stato of Florida I ito S --- 48.00( 5 S Mnl thews. exp toTnllnhiuisee I nna Ilntcn, Complainant.
1Ii1c'InrcEF=tii:1NI liltlotr I to the Time of the Taymint of Sn! C A Sough "RyJ ._______ 26.8 %.
: ally of Stubs OffieertHe ; ..r.la"" __ -. --.-__ 10.00 O W Alderman search. O. n. Ifazen. Defcndnnt.
I It Rivnlvi'd by the Lruliiluturo of the Stat M [. *vbon) moving end record mnklnw cert' 8.1113i'nnelt It iMipuarintr; by affidavit' appended

19 I I of FloridaThut truck -. 8.00 rrintlnit and bill filed In the above-ntoUd cause that
Black tho following nmendmont u> Section I 9 C .of\\ Incldenlal ox- Stamp Co bonds .._ 2117.4K tlnron, defendant therein named ie t
I : (A N I Draped Skirt In ,i,\rtlele' XVI nf tho, Constitution of the Stat -- 40 D A..d.. labor Dukes fildent of tho state of 1'loridii. and

I Satin and Turquoise Blue Net. i>f FloiUIn relutmR to the Time of thn "nl'm..ntot G !I.- ..I"r;; Ferry bridKe ____, 020 resident of another .1",1 thnn the E

(tI it., .nnlnrlt of Stnl ofTicen In hereby, airr vnllilnllmr' bonibt, '_ BtDrsdfnnl 1 rinrldu.', that ho that the nld ,
UnIon.At
Copyright. Iliaa Wttalaia Newapupnr .. .__ 22f17.6J b"I.ve
I bright, thnt they would have lIh.ockl,1thl'lII til Ui, and shall be aiihmlttud to the electora ot County Tele. Total .11.bu.em..nla. ( ant I. a rs,'hl."t State of UhUo ,
...
ni, ,. val. bonds 12,00( "
the !tnte for adoption or rejection nt the nevi Ir"h. \ r thc tw nll'.ono yeses ; it In
l' In former yours.TulTelus hclin J & Co premium .Tun* 80 1A22 total manipui IHS81.70 ni" duff .
Clirlstman leulr the general eltvtlon of repr*nentntivea to bo Tore ordered 1 thiit said nsun-ru-sldeot
np more
S .. __.....
:
roaThan nro the materials nhlclaboe I the year A. U. 1828 That IH to nay Hal on bonds, of Diaruien.Torode Total d'.lu..m..n.' ___ f281.82 I I be and .U hereby requIred, to apptat '

wlnh a anuw In May's now tan.S nil iillicru, weem to he In th .."U..n nhall be nmondrd read an follow olrtc: Man 7, 1982-A A Dunlvn.ansi; Rlteh expensetntatae U.( \ Am..nt :- ___ __ .? 4.1 bill of com plaint filed In .11 ORUHCbefore ,
i t.ctlon 3. The unlnry of every I Monthly the fourth day of Sep'A.
Kind mlrLh height of funlilon. And some of thes ihrfll bo iiayablu monthly' upon hi* own i-s. ...."Iinl _. Ca'' _8.8981.70 $8981.71 i D 1U2J. othprwlne thu RI..Uon. '
T Cone .... 10 I IW
S Hut Ilk. of each ItilatT.; that In season ) 0
rT silks are so sort In texture that tht.yIOllle ; "iiulmtlon. ( Totwle rio .._ I, Juno 80 1022, amt on JhaniLMOlM' hi will be tl'n n cn t".d f.
I 4' grown. I ... gg E.8."MAfTHBWg. i f"
tru-w Co real IAr.l
However certam a 1
5 nhiioit like --
Siiakaspeiire. crepes. A IOINT / Pronimln* aiAmondmcnt I I It i further ordered that thin I
A.
C. FIJTC1I
R.II NJNol Q M liavlll bridKO lumber !
Ch.lrt. .
1 It Is tliat they hit%'/ charm whlrh Artlela VII il S 2.40 S Secretary. ; publlnhrd once. n week for fho CIIRM*
.5, HOUSEKEEPERS the ConMlnKlon, of the State of f'lorida. wceUtf in the Bradford County Tekfneuipapcr .
FOI'THE I
d ? HELPS In parllcuhirly udiiptjihle to certnhpurposes. ) I Inl.hiK lo CxniiUH nnd A PIorJonme..r. antu "] 0 I M ior"ajj_--__, 2.00 I S pub) elmd, .In said countv ,n,''I I i iI

They lire got for tlijoinder Numhvr of Mumbera th. Senat and J blo Crew Ihr anil repairing I MASTER'S SALE I Th.. 25th day of July A. D. 1022.

t!: Canned tjhreilded plnenpple a.ldpllto I anti iho thin womni of the HOUH of n".ntnllv. hrldsrcs .... Uo \ TToreby notice Is given that under and by (I.V.. ALDERMANClerk ".
woman of : cerinltt flnnl tli> made gaul
_ tta It Kenolvetl by the I.citl.luluiv of the Blab .1 f L virtue t'.mt' crue Cii' I it
"W Ornv Ibr
P hnMllnjt
S various fruit butters, such ns apple) and th,! woman who Is wnntlnit tninlio < of 1 riorldai and lirUtees entennl an the Stilt day of July, A. D. 1022 FLOYD cncrN

w S plmn or nprlout I lui- I hl'l''C U'JlM' dresses RS 11III11Ie Thiit tha following pronoaed amendment tlettion < I S Censum-em ten ,. 1.4 by th* Honorable Pnnlel I 1 A Simmons juduiof Solicitor for Compjnntint! '.-', ,
? 3 of VII of the Coiwtltutlolif ri: I Iho Circuit (lout of Du' nl uuntv rinrl.la

: WI 4, | f Q{ pri.ve>s I Hie llnvor.niciilM I us posslhlo, They are, In fact tin ( I Ihn State Ar'cl.. rolntlntt to ceiuux n.iItijiili.flmc,1t brTdpes labor_ __. .______ IUDo netlnir for and Instead of UM Judffe of tIn NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND W.1!

S tr Thtt from piumplta'tmy the modern esprnsvlim and *> the number of tnombenf A Ffoteli FIht JwlmlM ClMtilt nf Florida who wm ,
iif
Ill I ronJ I'"r"- 'ntntlo" secre f All rtmonit Ihtfehtcd" to th. tit'(
a" I in that eirinin "r-
II be ground BUI, tho S.-nalo and of the HOIIHO nr RauroMittitli tary F-t> .. BO.flC 'il: m i::o >; ,: Hlcicf. tntf of Brnd/tii'il "Vint' I
f I of the' wmuun who. In spirit ef rniu-.hi-t. a c .I'flttiC i i" county
l.. 11-,1-;
cud the aimed "
seine hereby A FnWi 1 d"li ,
erased '
t nre i .uuistl! to \uv tfieli C v .I Iforthvtttu.
? 1I111i'r.JU_ ndd lla\or ondtlthttmr Is' ulni'i.vs yoiinn an"! .hnl bo nubtnUUol ta the .'I.lor nf W W I'ackhiun road writ 2.00 .and lbs IDtlla n.ln".r.' at al 11, pfrtonn hiivinavotmit
nfrcr
.t cnkw Klorldn fur nl>"roval or relMttlna a t '. .,,.nnb.atjitlanery th I. Ahd.\ fU ,
17J? .ti< tilling The chllTon ilrert >n erf part Iculnrly; !llt. RlKHflnti of Bradford Co. 01.ai.1 l ulIl fiell o nrh lu tho hltrHebt saul .10 i ti: ri.i
niI I and with thu iuti"roJei's'd!
ami vtfrlqjljp' ylluir It..b'H., I Tl.,' SOft nni tl. Oa..r Rel'.ntlyo. 'I_ .' Pbllbj Vi 81. bidiler, In front of the cotif:ho.o door (tfi .lth"nU.'d.
irood fur e\(1\I11Il. y ar. ; l" Ul l ll. TI.dy t stxtatntnt O ** Fier Jf tpaitr( wllhn one vunifrom dnlI I 1""
eutirttv
S : I Small pi>liUm>'. ulilc) full and Kvneel.'ul nnd. nbovo alt, they; Ufinilnv \in No\.( IWi : that t I. Brisdtig4i[ Co. '" ..trsvb ti*"rh.IJmdToM.tth day of.i.totnbi'r..d"A. D. 1US2 nitnv : tUr-v /i ,
_ b'eJun.
S lay thnt ..tlnn 3 lt AM alIt vn of lAs legais4v --_____ DaUd/ this U> A '"
_ 1.ko
.. Lnktto.ttl time.t0( i' irlni 1 K-ral heur-i of nal'i for th
vunoji pru i l'I'e prucoful. They have that filmy; .it tuition of Florldu tw vadCa The flgyuj Buyer bond 1. pw- R n KTrkS

S_ _ .r Pit)'(*wvinui he wilnheil! anilu ,' iiualliv that l III e?vii'.nlv, siimmerjr liM I fnllobul 01.1 "end t l: -- ----- Toss'< I''W'T ot-? >K at"t'.ur the saId estate' Mnnl lyln dtcnr ant I th\j< Adth.t.Llr' !tate jOy lift ', .
l.tii.n( X Lei-l 1 lati-re H, 1" l5s'c np -jir.I 1.U rat )
nl shall
nuMV.
-t. rr>ok 1 >it expression nml hecomlna ))1Jt: "" thwo that ov.*y tmi ipr. S, 1082 .1 Tord'et. a- = -. -- .
J "hm..1 at Northuiwt ef tin5nut'iri ,
wrncr
,
: thtou/lb. )potato rter. TUo MHimittit'k I woinnn to n very great extentP1. llwreafler. Shall II. m"tlni's ., OF IMNAL I> :
L tvernga y"nl t-if t Quartet of JTcttliiMot rjunrtnr ot) NITICI ISCI"U.I
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to- the nf the floor! end ltit'ut in the genatt. the wholo} Corn-.do 10,10 \ To Plan\ South In County JuilKe, .(
cup fh ,
will) ) drnped drc pH are things &m.tr>. not to exceed :'IS ;nlmb1' tile W B Tororfe do _. I.M ''I\'n' Twenty-tiBjd Kwt.. !" thence Wes !StAte of rioridn. I"M"

rl4l t ln> IIMIl.1.ltllluvel., for I the .tllr0111011 t certainly nllltoiiirh nn,u time ahall alan "1'0.11'm.n'h. rp.i' Ony Alderman G--and.hAiitlticr Rn" Tnh-to rod" *. thence South In re Eitate of J. E. Wilson and Lam .
itlon In! the Uou,-.. t". . -.... I"Nlty."I" tme twlhl.1
Sharpen Dm knives <( the fOflll they In oorfaln elements, mil 2 s\ly j ,d., t *nl 1 .in--' ion.Notice
I m! 4" ll and nnllahnvltn R.I, ,
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oilnt'o' hnvmir Inmiliiil, ln I In hereby I given to all w'lom nini
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.lnH I tile hIts Yit ncotirlni, } ont ')'tJlournnd C moreMinulaiion 'labor ._ 10.GO< .\r"1.\ ." to Wfttt line .ll Quarter Sn.hun .t', :
j &lil4et by n the youitfiPrfwmuun most admirably shall hni fur Reui ."t..tlv.I .ne Ho ill h twcnly, to South "'
S *"IUr' I luting ilium, throii ,:li It. it few Thpy nri still the ht things upon "aeh : the '""nU.h.vln. thirty ibo.vaod and I Culver and l V.'H\.tln.! haulinir. ._ 10.0 of .then" Section, thi.nee fnat el.lR I;,.J-, .,.I Juilue. ( of imply sill' tl lIla Hiimiisblr Jurt, I
eourt, on .r
lot than .
more on thniiHiiu l popiila. In Riot line of nsld Quarter
tllU ''. of h\nI-II fVcl! ManiV rood 1 OiS "I hnte for
( In1" "mpnlnc .etCon.tnc.
) win flnnl
the( tmirket my discharge as lldniinuiirr "
S hme ." pii x. each 1 Ithv : 'Yorl. I eighty to''point of : .
h.l. .
'> .1. Parker do .OiOlxo the ,
*
blnnll"
roe. Int of .1.
out '- -- 10. Wlkion and \
VIOl towfls tq( wipe Ki'onijdlulioM suit the illnnor ni ., havlnir ten IhouaandflM. him.lwdnd also l.au.
: paper nlotlies, for they COln' Parlier ilo; .::. .. im .m. ,l.c "ed| nnd that at the acme t.
p oil shuts tm table und tloor well ns the tlltn"l'11,1.. in fact there not nor,, than thirty thousand populationhall h Smith do HIM Tha We Th..I".. of NuitliwfulOuarjer .. 111 nn ti.nt my final accounts adm'n' lm" <

_ S and') Kplllml foot] on tlio slovo', boildefiitinilicrlfOH ,,' \\1\ ut \vhlchrnnimt tht'y have two n".tLlvl.ouch. A launl ;WmHrnon da, ::::: 20,01: o.lh Flvo Quarter of Hectlon Twen "i na'il'! mtatc and a-k for their. approval l I,
1
_ In nn evening (" HI Imviiiir lees .n five A. Durrian nails .-- : ty-two Township Snulh n"nl" Twentytwo Dated June 16, A 1 1. 111.111 ,
S other ways which will occur ( 4hlne.CHINTZ 'Opullition shall ha>o ope Rvpreaentntlva each I of Stark- Ibr O M 3.1 j East, contaIning II more or F. WILSON.
S % I rite banla of aPI provided fur In nwiu 27.112 loan. 5' dmlnlntrntor. of Eo'; J
TS. and
S to tile bOIl wlt". >rl.nm"nL. -------- Wilson Li
his amendment, FeOeral Onuimoxt W n r/o-./ nulls .. :::- 4 itT I A. S. CRFWS, t ra Wilson. Deceased 8-IR.1I1-6.4.
S Saves rl l lIe cuke batter for dlppln DRAPERY STYLES preceding the apiwrtlonment ramie by the V 1'1'10"0) repair 2.BI SpecU1 Master In chan<"',.

cro'iicttes or meat bulls. It can tn OR 1"1.lotu. Every County shell have at liait Slate. Farm Alii- I D. F. KNinnr. MASTER'S SALE
| for ,
1. valor 101.81 S.U.lo. Complnlnnnt 8-4-5t-0-l Notice Is
---- hereby given
lined nU fritter bntler lima ninlutvhnt ; Vim : .bhl I ._ trtuo that under and b
Material i- : re of that certain Anal dteree of ton
f \ inlK'it othtM'wInu' be thrown nway, Wash Goods Counter Affords iI I psV -- -- 4 fl( MASTER'S SALE ilimiire made and entered on the Sllh day .>
Combined With, iI f' l'lmt1 > :. ::::: dual I ''nl'. A. D.
That May Da 1922 by the IIonorabl V
Notice Is given that under and byvirtue A.
Itefort pulntlim tli! hoimu nroumltli .I' ___ Io.by r' .
4.00( nna
Judm of the Eighth
_ Fabrics. I WI"ln of / final dearea of foite* Tudittsi. CIrcus t >
5 Expensive .___ r./n lorida I
<- vrludovMk) >i i\.r t them with n tliloVContlnif RESULTS TELL / am closure mole l and nn July 24.* A. O.1H22 : In and for BradTord county in ebsn
-- \ TBlW Rosier ." ___ .___- 2. I_ _ oC. \vliidiiw fli'iinlnu" pnwtler. R ._ ...-_ S.nfJ and Bradford nlnnnt! Aol' ariout leneral; M. Bennolt ant'
natnief Circuit Court In for County.
colors of the
and
The point RII'.' prmder, will come off,. l'ottt'ro'4 S = 7.01: Florida, In that certain I cause wherein the .ill,mil wife Vt;' rln Cory E Bennett W J. Zahnlsrr,
: (
Stat Reddloir a'CnroIlna Chemlenl
I S S tliUn/ are steadily gaIning In favorvrywhere Bank, Company. -.
!leaving tliojoj/lsj", Itrlffhl nod clean 4 __ 5851 Bradford County a Weomnlalnant ."....lIl1un. defendants the
und-ml"ned ;
wIl I
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14 5 and I will flu left 1 iho sen-. and R. U. inann and MiHelU oft',* fnr snle .. (
I \ 3 H ftlteh brldw n-nn'r 14.21 in') wil Sell ,
) IxKre
0 .\Tliln riinuiinii) ( ImtiHO mint' with IIIHO- Theta C.m Gd No Doubt About the hi. wife and W. B. John.n Com lomo door st Slarhe' the court
O..lln. Florida
sliltijuer novelty. .Miiiiufnclarcrs C A Fti'oh nervtary ilurlncr the Ii' I
0'1' us a .Ia" '
then II fih n tirunli nr ('tOt!h apply rke pany a corporation and VlntlnlaCnrollna I i.u-s sale ,
line : RCKu-ts In St Munsh ----_. HO 0(1( 81.orlP on MondiiT I the 7th day f
& of rendjtnw are giving A TSKah Inc iKHtabi 1:"I rhnm'rsl Company a corporation, are de- 22, tn the hi hust sn-i 1 ,t ,
unfl ciii4t Tine reiult H 1 bldde
: to rage very Hcaults MU tiia l-le. r -- the will oftVr for on I" or
_ S thorn representation In $tliilUl l' ol'er.lags ( C Jones nails .... .3d ten""nh.sell I u..I. and beetilIduler cash the fnllov|nor deHnrlbtHJ 'n"da ly" >
ntlMfnctiiry iintl. muv he "'",'utl"1 '. ',: rsnfiovcd brliure blchest nd betntf ID Bradford
$ for g.irdeiv nnd, 'hir outing wotir Al ( is Bob Canaj iwnalr 2lKI .II in tmnt of tho aourtnousa door In ; county Florida toitt -

_ S / : "'Iu'lI(he ms t I" fmlivl., fii'slena may. with faIr sucetfsi Dry (iiKidtiEconomist. Tue t-.,i' :am>iy>. ut .rtT 1 tat c1tia. flab Lake Cons-1Parni Buck__'_ 8(1,80( ''St.t. Bradford COlnly. Florida o Tfnn"ay. Thit North Half nf the S'ith"w Ovirtsr
miys I>. St .
_ 5, V* wla>"il III with- cobra making the ''e" Uiisl l I1V4ItIi1ied. ./ Town of LitwWw pro rata ni. dnv of September A. 1022 "urnl rtloii Thirty-five. In Towmhlp/ Sea
bonrs of sale, for tha ', loutb.
Hilt In larger 1 .ho Iftffal Ranira Pw.ntv-iwo .
wuy .
u CIn t.
6WB look iiWi new.Topptul. Wlmt b tl. ) mad tu 19SC ____ 142.27 ; said: final 1 decree the following deinribed (Khty mj tunWnfnv
: : ( : p.'ot.Mn .I kal't, latMIS'inir acres more or I"".
thiwo who 3 tO > A A Imr l. .
I roung women, especially lay 2J expenseS
reel l In Floriln.
S corn pu luted with n hrnisrtknd W. 1C.' i).ugh.rty'. :f"t" S 1iH mnetlna __. R.On to-wlri tat D1for CUIt. 5 A. S. rttEW"
aim to bo distinctive In dross, buy 1 8"'al' Mstor
W BJTorodo do .onJO I. ("isine.Suligttr :
5, tldlioute colors oft 'r\>tiiblu colorIng it. *iti..ritc. >": .lyeLu-M. :tltIi.7Pbia ---- : The Southwest Quarter of Lhl South..t r F KVIBHT.
chIntz or dimpery Aylm' nt the was.hooi I' S S Cent do ? ----- G.OI .rter of Soetlon Thrty-three ((831, ivnIIIP for Omplainant
_.t d tr..llltl'ukI'. 1I 7-f.St- "S
notivruflttlon. t.kuI\ '
I mny.lua u** on a 'did Co .
; )>< counter and 'couibliit them with S t"u : jtlx let South. Range Twunty-two ((221nst --- ------- -- -
S Leave out from citronS I ram teri-iola! itokaoHeft, nIM"; 'byalncln. : briihras U. 2St"e enlAl..ln. Forty Ml) acres mon or M49TER8A12
tuch expensive fatulOs IIM silksel- C
Def he u"wl .1ttl the corn flowtirn. I it tVttneuti \.1, M o.pb._ _?.? .51) I. D B. nntleo la hereby vixen I thnt under .. ,

-- I ', .Pry bread) out tu. culms nnil fried vets, nnd niutul fumlnsthkh gives" ,I ,!round h6. Wd ii6ti Wp.c mach In C V PVch tnlnry sect : Special M..t.r. KNTGtT.".... .I"'rtue.... of made that and certain rnndfrcd Coal deer,. ci' 10.
their dresoiunltr-rs ample for the .nt tiT and iTielilriitab 5l.nOWeeksRltoh June 80.(* A -I)
scopo ,,
.Ininnr until makes ,) iii' 1'ia' lerrlbU .\. S. 1122 I b, Honorable A. V. Lone. I ,
In crisp 1&roo !U nucMffat rr road wk B.Tnfl 'ului.t the
_________ lulUlinit of divsma above the ,Cvimuonplai jleac I for S.4iit.tl.tNOTICE :lirhth Judicial! Circuit/ nf I
lip TftoID M hrlilr labor 31)50 i ia.k. ?: Cmplalunt. .J".I I e,">'.
breakfuat food served with sugar and I -awtt 1 lv\ taridA. ''n ahnr. .
,
S -'. I'.1 li : tf myk .". AFumitun i --- mpainont! and In favor. of fl R. Job

5, l rreuui. 'S 4 ( l "'.. I" 't 1.1< of tan 5 5 Co briihteurmoes I "'S nna Invln. dafendants m-nln, the Hin-v tlavli, an

_ _h' 4 iMiJIiln.tup nifiv "bfl lined for nnI Dainty Frock :n.e: )!) 44 .'''' bsl41 ( A 8toI40 I aa Notlc been fat,annotntvd hereby Kivtn sdmlniiit-niri tHat :lIt, isnIeu-slgsod of the Ks urthoiue aP' mauler door will In ofTor for ..nl.I.nn.'inl!I., h -it-"nej t of if t I'"t.

S (t' bug In nti i'ni"i'iconoy. < 'lone tb. \ .1"' OT'W.ixns' KfC 5 Rci .._. .__ 8.01 j st* of WIlliam C. Powell .. late, o? ,,rrnl hours of erIe Staike.on Monday Florida 'nlnrfntr.. *r

opening with n nibhiuhund uiul'- of Aupust A. D. 10!!. the t1 Seventh
.
ij4; 1 t'Q liO do 2 dtteTS -_. atw rlbed followtnn >-
>I!.Vflud 1 "jimllii! and rroronnn had} tie S ---- --- 01 h.l. real estate sltiute In
with talcum itficr( : Bradford
I 31 tlrytiu. 1\.k" Stern Jm do ----- \ an4 ill' parties having claims "" demandsrainst lorida. to-wltl I county
: I'ack potato in. Rrenxed mutTInrlnjj ipper linlf of tho frock made of the I-fOil .it dude'... BOB't W R M"Klnn.. 11.(1 Mill estate will present them to the ""ve (Ut acres Ivlnor In a sonsra h the
ln 11. dulauthenticatsd. within the luthtnst >
.lulu fabric, with lower half of akin( 5 ------------ un.I".Iso. Comer of the
I ami. fry. Tlie dike will be uniform "iniity ft .i iedyg.tloans 'I'f Bradford Co. Telegraph by law or the same will b.or.vr P the Southtant Ouarter North-tut Quarter

S unit will ftiflly r.mift out of the of the cretonne, II xnijrt sash of the .1 to key I etta* thai adv hnnd sale .... 20 00Rond I barred. I 8. S.: A. 22 E. of Ssctloo Bl TownIp -

lowered mnterlnl holding the waist In KUlovy tl" lOuver du .---:* 0.00In' : Dated this the Bth dsy of :1IO A. I,. K. KNIOTTT.
rim,' In dulnty citkn. M. A Dunl'n. FLORENCE F''ID.
Ir.[ Dtuinbeviy 4. 1922-A expenietriiiitvi Specl.1
mil belns tied In a llnrlng bow ut the : foltCrMUbul meetings5.00 7. ADK1N.1. Admlnltrtr .\. S. CREWS Meste In Cha-.

i; tU &ttQ nick. Collar and cults watched the (0., lift I! 'tTuio. N. J C Cn. d__._._?_ 10.00 > Attorney for Gstata- : Solicitor tot' Complainant' 7-7- .-

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- FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1922. 1 13
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1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. (
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(tI::1 l Don't 'I'I
Newt oF Florida in Short >! "
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INit.' .. . Yeetlritlar., ue,.,,, : Ill'lOCI' be FyWaseI
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,I II [Live.. State. .. ? .,.. cigarettes f I I and Pound Foolish j; :j e'e'Don't


I Told by Our Exchanges. ,

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Airplane service to any point in the limestone rock think because you can get a I :

v state can now be secured in Eustis. mjj foundation
s on the Coast big can of Baking Powder for little ,

''.6nl Four-year old Catherine Cheney, of Wales a nd money that you are saving anything.

" Orlando, was drowned in the waters gang of men a }

"': of Lake Concord. The body was not the northern :

recovered until two hours afterwards. the rock '
was
nl nlIP the brick and There's Only ODe Way \
!
if
nlt Vero will have a municipal water ,
in operation within five They are GOOD '
plant months
Miss Kent, to Save Bake.
on Day'USE
'+ under the terms of a contract entered Kent -t
proved
,- into last Thursday by the city coun- little
escapade
I 'il.'' X at her father's O. Driggers/ who it is alleged]) has \ I
/
1I IP l killed two men within the last H
I: Tee I' burl Dr. month, f,,;
secretary of war has the last
being Henry Cohen,
bellowing of a merchant ,
:
ed I that after careful announC-j' by pool and in the negro sections Saturday ,. '

t :: department, had definitely decided to took a shot, :,I niR'htlnd who was acquitted by a '
7 '. abandon Forts Dude and DeSoto at 'I' '' jury in Orlando, returned to
i with it rifle
the entrance to Tampa bay. 1: Winter Garden. He was promptly or- + e,

5 eyes. II by representative citizens to ,lr

\; Mrs. Marie Carballido, 21, was added .' the town and given two hours to CJLUET ash
Two
: to Jacksonville's list of feminine his departure. On account of ,

:, aanertives against allowed: masculine by tho I existing conditions on the streets

brutality. She shot her husband, Tony, I arrived last the time, Diiggers. wait! only able '

r :' twice and perhaps fatally wounded' ( Northern () use about thirty minutes of the lit;

r him, as the couple returned to their the track in I llll' alloted. Threats of lynching were The Economy BAKING 'PCWDERYpr

: "11, irtmcnt from a dance. |I I These engines and it is believed that there I I

I latest devices, I have been serious trouble had

f H: Weathcrlow and Hunter Long, and Wai-short ( | the man been immediately taken von f
wet v a yCJUUN
I -isacola; men: who were coming out : pressure is ) : ) of town by friends. v .

j ,,1' restvlew in an automobile had III i iw engine is ] I Z -It costs only a fraction of a ? .

'", Irro w .sea p o hen li!;....hhn.p.........14 J.H...v .n'. I Pinches county cattlemen have
open- cent for each
I Lysunder E. baking.You t ,
t"'e and also damaged their car, split- I their their .
tho
i campaign against: I
y the front wheels and almost burn- 'of Oxford, who of the .
no-fence law It.
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mi' the top from their car. Doth were log killed McMullen: : .
[ prominent cattleman fir- less because it
; .rely shocked. last June, ii I the /first gun in the campaign by I use contains ,;1)

The I case is I! I! a replevin against Sheriff I ''A more than the ordinary .
interest
William Scott cook aboard to the
t p
negro
S. Lindiey for 16 head of enttle
.hi United States transport tug this state. ))6PtJt
army I by one of the rangers em leavening strength.
i uba, is in St. Augustine jail, charged ience with by the sheriff to enforce the 4ieye p0Wd

with the killing of II. L. Hovclen, 37, as black HI McMullen gave bond for twice \ .ewe e

enman, on the high seas The Cuba {spades, invisible actual value of the cattle until the F

j is- lying outside the bur awaiting orders 'I comes before the county judge. BEST BY TEST r.

to proceed on its trip from New Sunday night to Clearwater, officials", thc

York to Honolulu via Key West. command of J. expect the county judge to The World's Greatest Baking Powder

at the bank at
the law entirely.
\nother bather in the ocean near when the I .
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faeksonville has been attacked by a | with
Jackson- a lighted I! O. W. Hightowor, a f fireman, of non-union shopman in front of the going with a girl In that locality and Healing, Beautifying to the Complexion ,
"hark Francis P. L'Englc a terrific/ '
and his daughter: Be!!i- residence of J. V Council, superintcn three men hud made threats' to "gi't- 1 '"
ille lawyer, being bitten in the calf minutes by the I 15 dent of the Coast Line there Also him." They followed him last night j
| are in the county hospital Buf he "I used h Hiigun't Magnolia Balm' as
>f his leg, while standing in shallow His face '
: and h
/!' from paris green poisoning, has been identified by two Avon Park and, as he left the Rirl's/ house one of directed and 1 in expressing my thanks

water at Neptune Bench. Bathers by he managed I to have been put in their coffee men named Belheii, now employed in them grubbed, hi In and struck him ab1ow. for the great relief I received from its
have been notified to be the alert
on the boat
sank. the young woman when her father the shops, us one of the party of strikers Miller[ drew his" gun and fired l I 1 use, I will add. Hint your claim for its

and careful about getting far from pant of the boat I (' to let her go to a dunce. Phy- who several nights ago compelledthem point blank at the man's dl(>l>tt. With I I utility duej'"Tmt fully express Its merIts 1

help I,I at the sanitarium declared that by force to accompany the sinkers a choking gulp the man fel and Miller ; it seems to possess a healing and ( '

to'I'i In several were rapidly recovering, but are to a },hotel where they were keptIn ran Investigation/ by the police.! led l 'I beautifying power heretofore un- 4 j ,

'Big Henry" of Bronson went ble deal, which suffering from pains in their a room and intimidated, until) they to the discovery of Clarenee McDoujgal j known. i will help to introdum your
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there
and
VVylly Saturday evidently latter part of The poison was placed in promised to get their tool kits and re- / in the city hospital, still uncon- I wonderful bnlm. I remain, happily, I

was another coon there who objected'to standing in the coffee Tuesday morning, it was turn to Avon Park When the Iletlieas scinus' but without a scratch on him. I I 1 your friend, (Signed) Miss Merle AlI ,'"

his presence, for Henry says as ho county. The i and after her father drank some got out the next morning/{ they returned The dotuRul,1\ the "killing" hud herb I I: meidu, Ncwhnll!, California." Instant

was entering house he was met by a est number of 'I:1[ it, the girl in a fit of regretfulncss', to work. 'i'purely psychological and that having beauty from this liquid face and, toilet }
between the
pistol ball centerly eyes. bles in its \ I some of the poison her- been fired oil nt such clime range/ Me- powder-brunette, white, pink, r'
the skull
The bullet flattened on doingno than 700 cars I Mougnl I had had nil the si-nmition. of
break the Six of the striking employes of the roHu-red. 75 cents at druggists or by cr
a skin.damage other than to than 1,300 cars I Atlantic Coast Line railroad company being Knot, the shock rendering/ him mail. Lynn Mfg Co, 42 So Fifth J IV4

I season During a severe electrical storm employed in the Waytrosii shops prior unconscious. McPougnl later recovered St., Brooklyn, N. Y.-Adv. ((1)) ii

South Jacksonville one of the in the vicinity of Fernaiuli- to the present strike;: arrived In St.Augustine his consciousness rand, left the "' i
Winifred McFann, 31, MAYOIl"C.
growing sections Tuesday, night, residents at Pablo last week amt attended, n hospital none the worm-, apparently, : FOR
was probably fatally injuredon "
(' declined they witnessed what meeting of the local striking shop- for being "killed -
the San Jose boulevard when a 30 i
I L. Peek Is, hereby announced a
heI I At the sale believed to be an explosion at men. It is alleged, that they informedthe '
foot electric light pole, to which candidate
for of Starke subject
the Wulkill Four bolts of lightning/ struck local strikers that they were here i With tho exception! of the introduction Mayor
was strapped, fell to the ground. Mc-
to voters in tho election to
city
S. Bryan the same place. A second later, for the purpose of making application of physicians who will testify at
Fann caught under the pote and
j was bo held 12 1022.
Sept. ,
sustained compound fracture of the en hundred and / at Pablo saw a body of flumes for a position in the shops of the alienists, the petitioners who arts nei'lc;.

:. skull and left a arm, besides internal in- tle, besides three up into the sky, illuminating the Florida East Const railway company, Ing to break the will of William If. NOTICE TO IIKCKIVE 1111)3Hprcby
', ( dle horses. for some distance around. Anoth- so that they could get on the inside Ogden elided their CURe with tctstU notion .Ut frtvim that the Town Omin-
juries. ell of tlia Town or l4.ak. Plurliln, will n. o
0 largest/ single flame shot up! and another smaller and furnish Informlltlon.to the strik- mony which pictured Ogden from the calve btdft for gOO feat i.f ft6 Inch ralnforeftdeonerto "i
in the state, will the first appeared. The explos ers on the outside; also that they height of his gay carl''r1"/ a sleek or term e..tla pipe f. o. l b. BUtrk.
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The newly formed independent Re- Florida ui to 8 o'alock p. m.. on Auiftmt' lat,
burg, where Mr. appeared to be a short distance off would! do all the damage they rould! on Beau Hrummel down to the last five 10 a. '
publican organization of the state, organized The cimnri. the rliilit to n-Jwit '
,: on the principle of cutting out work fencing and within a few minutes after the inside, such. as putting emery on weeks of his life ns an unshaved unkempt and all 101".. rworvu any
of his sixty trio of flames appeared the vicin- all .bearings/:' putting nuts in cylinders ': victim of chronic alcoholism: nis WITT c, JONI''
the.negro Influence in Republican pol- C. A. Ft>TCH, rhulroian. .
itics in the South, is going to test the ,fertile section, .became' dark again. No other and doing things/ like that to I I George; A. Worley, who was, during Clark 1.21.Z..7allI ,
of an explosion were detected. damage the machinery. They also Ogden's residence/ at Miami, attorneyfor
at the forthcoming
strength of its principles -
Two suggested that some of the local slrik- j him, testifying for the petitioners,
general election. It< has nomi- Tampa ( i'
I What is described as "tha meanest ers go to WfiytToss and endeavor to'''declared ho had never seen? Ogden',
of Orlando for a narrow escape
nated W. C. Lawson ,
the United States Senate. automobile in in Florida," seems to be in Ha get n position there in the shops of thu; I(when he was not "sou>led." He related

I plunged down ; for during the past week un Atlantic Coast Line! so that they ( an incident which occurred at night

Seminole bridge letters have been thrown into could pursue the same policy. |when he wan hastily' summoned to a
Oaceola county's two main cities!'
have strawberries.At burned. The front yards of prominent citizens, yacht Ogden was occupying Biscuyne y J'fp
"gone crazy" over
a large and enthusiastic meeting'' neath but (' of imaginary wrong-doings on Joshua Miller ran excitedly' into police Buy. This boat had sunk and s
part of the husband or the lady headquarters at Miami and said was partly.nubmerged.. When Worley
the They were on
Greystone
Tuesday night at Hot I
t and at rowed up in a small boat, ha said ho f
recounting length ho hud killed He handed
I tel at Kissimmee, and again In the and turned at : just a man.
hall Cloud unanimity of the road which .. w hic'h the husband is alleged to the chief revolver from which, Investigation [heard music emanating from a union.
city at St. a
was shown which excels in Seminole bridge been guilty of. No less than /; ;showed, had b..enired/ one i II When he climbed aboard. he found I
purpose
enthusiasm effort in this locality the storm last of these letters have been thrown time He told the police he hud been I Ogden seated at a piano almost covered ___.
any | as many yards the past week and I with water, singing lustily,
in the old-timers. tally destroyed. : We Our
memory of i citizenry are trying to establish "There'll Ho a Hot Time in the Old grind Own Lenses f

identity of the writer, for the CALOMEL GOOD BUTAWUFLLY Town Tonight. On another occasionMr. NODELAYainesvil1c. '
More than twenty cars of Ocala Corporal TREACHEROUS
is said to very closely Worley testified, he was entertaining -
cock of Tampa,
leading to the belief that a party at a place on the seaside Florida..
capturing mad letters were written and delivered Next Dose May Salivate, Shock Liver and tho refreshments consistedof

ASPIRINInsist apprehending demonstrated the same person. Or Attack Bone- a ten gallon keg of whiskey.. The CtpiCi 90IDAiNfd/DmtCIOtDSDftblea(/ ) tGliOi

spigot/: of the keg,: became stopped up, COFFINS & CASKETS
call]) I
ceived
a You know what calomel Is. It ia
whereupon it found .
Jim Owens striking car repairer, was that a frog
on Bayer Package ning loose on in the employ of the Atlan- mercury; quicksilver. Calomel Is dan- had become lodged within. Pullingthe And a Full Line of ,"r

found that the Coast Line railroad shops at Lake gerous. It crashes into sour bile like frog from the keg,: Ogden amaz- \\ltadtrtak .r.' Supplif

idence and that is in jail at Bartow, charged dynamite, cramping and sickeningyou. ed every one by thrusting it into his

a him up in a kidnapping, conspiracy and as Calomel attacks the bones and mouth and swallowing it, with a chaser AUTOMOBILE HEARSE J
ris opened the should never be put Into your iy.- of Always on hand. The best a.rthe -
and battery. Owens has been whiskey.
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Qy'CL'nlese rushed out lowest prlcee. Special
as one of a party of strik tem.If attention f
to telegraph oreaa. -
between
it
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feel bilious headachy! con
who attacked you Subscribe for the
on Sunday night a Telegraph. i RegIstered Emb.lmcr.
Norris caught stipated and all knocked out, just go 1

No Worm in a Healtby Child to your druggist and get a bottle of The Quinine -:-*, Dot Not Affect the Hf I

Hundreds of chUdrea troubled with Worms have .n ua- Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents Ita-aiiM nt lt.. tonfcanil Uxnriva! *frn,t. L..'( DeWTIT C. JONES j
e to the .which IndlcaiM poor blood and a*a which Is a harmless vegetable substitute by tlVfc inyiiiv BROMU lihnuf OUININK nab,,??> caD fc A'j STARKE FLA
the cinii-lna o rv''utin '! '
see name "Buyer" on Mi nt
you U. S. S. Orion, I II there' U more or leiw Momacb diuurliucm for dangerous calomel. Take a mthalined. E.VV.GKOVC/ ;3 .Uidturaon bOIl;, ,'> I
package or on tablets> you are tint getting S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given naif :KIJQIUI'CDmmaHDCDlUCUWIIIlRDIIDIXIIID\Il\Il! @IDQd
the genuine Bayer product pro- (I which is tied up for two or three. wxta will rorfch the blood spoonful and if it doesn't straightenyou -
icnbe, by physicians over twentytwoyears minals. The I' prove the dJnmk>n.ead act..a(mural Scrauttti- I better and quicker than nasty
and( proved) safe lijr millions for ,,'I Tonle to tha wbola.y.t..... Nature will tlMn up i .
I( largest ship ..off or dispel tha worm*, ' Toothache'Colds Luml TTmdaehe> way into Tampa I vorfact ba..">.. PlMVoc. to....... TSc per bolds without making you sick, you just go GENERAL INSURANCE

made its entry back and get your money.
Earache:
Neuralgia Puin aJto'I I(I Sunday Habitual In M corxttlpatTon toll: Day cured Don't take calomel! It makes you HA ROLD C. WALL

Accept only "Bayer" remove a WITH PEPSIN" Is a ssx-oiaU/- sick the next day; It loses you a day'lwork.

rontaina proper directions. Handy holes:' I I terial salvaged : SyrupTonlc>Laxa ve for H3bltu Dodson's Liver Tone straightens STARKE FLORIDA
of twelve tablet cost. few cents. Druq- ''at Arcadia, was It relieves ;promptly hut you right up and you feel great. ,
mBt also sell bottle of 24 and 100.. It Is scheduled be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days the
Give it to
No salts FIRE. LIFE BONDS
Aspirin Is the trade mark of Payer' Induce regular action. It Stimulated, and necessary. I AUTOMOBILE
sail for Key children because it Is perfectly harmless -
Manufacture of MonoaceticacUlester of !' Very Pleasant to Takes COc
s..Jicylicaclci.. Ing. bottle. and cannot talivate.-Adv-65 i
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BRAbFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA. -
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VAGE FOUR --.
here attended Miss Ossie Carter of Lawtey, 'a' t
I crowd from
A large
The -.- = WOODLAWNWoodlawn at the week-end guest of Miss Lois \
fl the Black Creek union of churches
llt b mQBmr -
J Sunday.A inun.
l Evergreen
Aug. 4.-Mrs. N. D. Davis Mr. and Warren Osteen attended chur,
born
Book
daughter was jto
i and children spent the week-end In Lawtey Sunday night.
\ J. Starling July 22nd.
a I Mrs. S
:' Starke the guests of relatives.Mr. Osteen returned Mrs. W. H. Norman and chi< ,I
R. M.
Mr. and Mrs
I s Copyright, 1/H1, Wnalel-n Newspaper Union and l Mrs R. Osteen were busi- their home in Jacksonville Mon- left Sunday night for Valrico wi t ,

TOLTEC TREASURE i nUBS visitors to Jacksonville Satur to several days here they will spend several days wit, !
after spending
I know not where Hl. Inland. lift day, sister, Mrs Eddie Milliard.fr .
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; Said to Have Their frondetl ralma, In air; I day.W.. II. Norman, of Jacksonville, was with relatives.
C' I only know I cannot drift ( -
Fortune From Beyond hie love and rare. the week-end guest of his family.Mr. .

t 1 of Ancient King. Longfellow. I and !Mrs J. S. Norman, Mrs

---. John Carter and Mrs. D. L Phillips,

I\ of archeology and kindred DISHES FROM PRESERVED FRUITIn I attended the union meeting of church.
Mexico deeply Inter
are -
renmrknhle story which an emergency! even In season of I I es at Theressa Saturday.of Plant City,
Reddish
Collinn. the cnpltal of tile fruit, one will Wild It convenient to I I Mrs. Isham ,
d r name which borders use some of the spent last week hero with her sister,

fruit on the preserve -I ;Mrs. J. M. Norman. '

to the story, the French shelves 1 i
I t l Count HI-IHUC de Saint -- i Plum Trifle. 1 1' 1 1 : eIkP

: doing research work In ;' Rub canned '

i ) came upon the tomb plums through a !
,: Tnltec king near the sieve: Add to'':
',
A situated. a short dis each cupful of rENT-A-WORD
I Coli mn. pulp the whitesof

asserted In nnr- three eggs; !beaten stiff and sweet '
F
I i tale thnt In this tomb, ened. Fill the cup two-thirds full of II
i the mummified body of the soft custard and heap the fruit

d d a dazzling collection of meringue on top.
I .
9i and 1 gold dust of an esti Float.-Heat one quart of I
Berry
l of $10,000,000.( It Is stated milk; add one cupful of sugar and FOR SALE OR RENT 1 $ I

k wax able to get all this one-eighth of a teaspoonful of salt; .; I il
out of the country when boiling stir In a tablespoonful ,
made him Independently of cornstarch thinned with a little The Joe F. Canova property on Walnut r\ :v l
) cold milk; let It boll for five minutes street Apply E. E. Canova, l t 30! :i l

of the strange re stirring often then add the beaten Starke, Fla. 7-28-2t. ,
." F"LY- '
be mnde by Mexican ar- from the 1
; yolks of three eggs ; remove .
Beyond, the fact that it Is lint and beat while the mixture cools. SALE Good piano, $150. Inquire II
ti' that the count really did Strain the juice from a pint of canned this office. It i'
time In Investigating the berries and sweeten to taste. Beat F. O.13. I

\ ] of a prehistoric race the whites of the eggs until stiff; add FOR SALE-Five good milch cows!, I i} DETROIT 'ii.K :

t there Is no authentic two to four tablespoonfuls of pow. cheap. F. C. Hollingsworth, Starke 1\\
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here that he made dered sugar: and some of the berry
'4 4i r: ; I .-New York World. Juice-very little to color. Spread the It. "Wj\

I berries on the custard then heap the
r WILL GET PAINTING meringue on the berries Serve In WANTED-Man to work on farm. .

I glasses If so desired Apply Brownlee's Jewelry Store,

j of Art, Long Lost, .Is Pear Shortcake.Malie a short biscuit Starke. It* II''
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2 to Be Returned to dough and\ roll It Into two sheets -;- it<< _
i That Country. one-hnlf Inch thick. Bake In buttered FOR SALE-1 good mule and wagon ,, II''"

tins In a hot oven. Cut up canned I $100; one $GOO grist and feed mill, :: irn .,. II,'

pntntlnfr discovered pears, sweeten and flavor with lemon $325; mower and rake, $35; 2-horse !
F where It hn
P for nt least two cen after covering well with butter, tusking eral small plows and cultivator, Y "
be taken buck to the alternate layers of cuke aud trult.Stutt.d \
/ : cheap; cane mill and boiler, $40. All XTUfcssacTMHundreds
i thanks to the generosity Frult.-l'lace halves of fruit ,
? in good order. A. F. Peterson, atBrownlee's '*' "' ... "
t of French Art Lover fill the centers with orange !, """ c' /',
In a pan, ", :!. ', {
% :.
Starke. = = .
: l hy Nicola'" Jewelry Store, I "' ;': : "-> '.-, -' -' >.: "'1
t painting marmalade, raisins, dates, figs, or -dIf!,"'-= -"'-- --- -, ;
: ", "The Funeral of chopped nuts. When thoroughly heated It'NEW I !I

+ the celebrated Athenian remove to a warm serving dish and --.- '-- "
general: I who command. pour over them n soft custard or CATALOGUE-Fall edition. of Thousands '
wing of the Athenlnn fleet melted marshmallows. Peaches, pearsor Contains a fund of fine information I J.I' i'i'I
fight with the Spartans off especially good this and I
apricots ore for the newcomer or beginner in :11
of practicallyevery
I O. ,176. and who was put way. of great value to those already familiar users :
B. C, 317 on a false charge
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Poussln painted the pic Pineapple Mousse.-Take one cupful with Florida truck growing line of business are !
of sugar or less, the juice of halt If are not already receiving our
p' middle of the Seventeenth you

y, a Purls nohlrman. Since a and lemon one cupful a tablespoonful of waterSoak of gelatin the catalogue, write today for copy. I cutting haulage and delivery III1
have been un- Kilgore' Seed Co., Plant City, Fla
f gelatin In cold water for ten minutes
was reported recently that 8-4-4t with Ford
costs
then set In hot water to dissolve. Add .
". were for sale by a the plnpappta and, lemon Juice. Puck .

JI of a former proprietor In In Ice until ready to serve. The jelly NOTICE OP SALE One-ton Trucks. Let us II I
when the collection was ..
) will Imi-dei If placed on Ice. Notice IB hereby given to all Intel
', appraised one of the time-' rated In the state of William C.Powoll. tnt I

k i 7, proved to be the miss- ) tQW2c of FInn-nc.lirnilfurd. E.county Powell, Florid.Guardian docwuwd of Marti Thai. show you why and how. i

." It Is considered the Florence Powell and William C. Powell. Jr,
of French art of the I will on September 8th 1922. at 10 o'clock I h, No obligation. Terms if
the morning; apply, to Honorable R. A. Green,
.; century I County Judge. of Bradford County Florldn. .1 t ,
.i:1oI"of'1 KrrcnmCopyrttht } the courthouse In Starke. for an order to aol i desired.
i I at private or puhlio sale, all the" right title!
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'oj Down to Earth. and Inturent of Martha Florence Powell 1 amWilllnm .I
hlpley Hitchcock sold I I C. Powell Jr.. minor helm of the<"
,f an excellent A INE 'acid Willlnm C. Powell dreeaiwl. In anl| to th i''
hit. waa
t following. named personal property, and real
,
It 1. revisions! made 'David,) eiitato, situated In Bradford 1 a County Floridalo.witl J. W. ANDREWS

:J "' t success and once he re I, 1911. Wentern N..p..per Union.It Block Four, Five Six and Ten except ehrehundred .: ,
;: for me that also suc and fifteen feet Cant and Went h;"
,;} Is nearly an axiom that peopl. Two Hundred and ten feet North and South Ford and Fordson Dealer, Starke
will not be better than the book tb7 in the Southwest Corner and btlonutn I t JJ.
1 this tale with the hlfalutln read M E. church: South Mm" 11. C. Dodd an il
t : M.... A. L. Godwin, and Block Fourteen and,. .
South Half lllook Fifteen in Eait Lawtey. located
;' lips fell, & faint flush GOOD EGG DISHES In Section Twenty-three. Also the Ean., I
cheek, and she gave him Half of the Southcant Quarter of the North
e ,wmt quarter of the Southeast Quarter oRietlon f
; and there In the old have been Twenty-.!*, all In ;Jownahip'Flv...I.Ir
the falling blossoms Eggs all over the country South flange Twent '-two East| --
I and plentiful. As All that pemonal property conatatlnif nIviuim.
reasonable In price
i to him and, raising her '! food are barrel, .atill Oxtu...., live ettick tnolicommlmnry. ,. HAROLD HUME Wm. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON.Jr.Pr..ident .
to his lips kissed them r a eggs ahantloa. wantoni. laddlea, halnew. VteePre.id.nt Sec. A Tr....
t rich In nutriment incluillnv. all that certain property" cam;,
eel and act forth In that certain mortRam,
if liked
when he finished. and may dated March a. 1922. given by W. C. Vowel j Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry
be prepared In : and J. A. How. to the Consolidated Nava,
passage! drawled: a ways Justas : Slum Company, a corporation, which aalmortgnff. do you think how, honestly, many belnv on the 22nd day of March I :
),,1 who would nib eggs. for the 11)22. recorded In Mortnam. Book No.1. a t'd 'I
fellow go member of the 1'..... 401) of the public reeonla of Kradfor. Prompt Shipment ..
girl's hack hair when she County Florlila.
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s with her?'" family who needs FLORENCE E. POWELL. Ask your neillhbor..He knows
SB but does not Guardian of Martha Florence 1'owvll and Wll
eggs I
_ ; liam C. Powell Jr., Minor Heln of Wit||: Get New July Ut price lilt,JUST ISSUED.
g care for them, It Is necessary to mask lIam C. Powell _.. ".

them with other foods. A piece'of A. Z.Attorney ADKINS. for. Guardian 8-4-BI-9-I I E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville FU, g'
t' sponge cake will be eaten by the child

t who will refuse eggs: : ; as this cake Is -
: rich In eggs It Is good and wholesome. .

+, {, Spanish Egg*.-Take one-half 'can ,
of tomato, pour off nearly all the liquid

iX f and beat the tomatoes. a saucepan, ,
I WORK.
p seasoninglth salt and cayenne, witha When You Have Nothing
little chopped onion, and cook ten SAVE.

minutes. Then break In four eggs t

( .. : and stir with a fork until the eggs TURN OVER '
are cooked and have the consistency
TRUE of scrambled) eggs. Serve this Immedi You
SAVE AGAIN.
tll always take oar 01 ately on rounds of battered toast. _

r my boy." Supper .-Spread slices of stale ; KEEP SAVING.
dud?" bread with butter, place In a baking '

t Ir >>e when you .et.oI4 year dish sprinkle each layer generously Want Money KEEP TURNING.
L I' then take are of 701100" wIth cheese. Beat two eggs, add one

; cupful of milk, salt and paprika to
t Quadruped Cheap season and pour over the bread. BakeIn

<< .. mortgUKe! on a horse pur- a moderate oven until the custardIs a .
any ctmts. at__ a_ recent bank..___ .set. Mare eggs and milk will be *

4l" lireMiwood, S. C., baa been needed for I a larger dish. Carry out the above policy and you will have money. Each year you will

.ii zr i. lu legal form and given by Macaroni and Eggs.-Cook mac-
J. to R. O. have more money.
h Q Penn. aroni of any kind until tender In boiling aw
from whom he borrowed the united! water. Drain and place In "
(! the horse was kpocked a well-buttered baking dish a layer of .

at auction. The descrlp- the cooked macaroni ; over this put a But to do this it is advisable "
horse In the mortgage
;t layer of sliced hard cooked eggs using
I
t M 1 Arab horse! named" Dex. AT* eggs for a dish serving six. Sprinkle When You Have Money to have banking connections, :

y! thirty-three years. wltb cheese, add a bit of onion first of
as
a means saving
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Juice or grated onion and then a layer

F Getting On. of thick white sauce made by cooking and then for convenience in ,
Gadder made much prog together two tablespoonfuls each o<<< You R
; to drive her car?" butter and flour and one cupful of I the transaction of your increasing I

f mustered the first lesson. rich milk. Repeat with more macaroni businesS:
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Is that?" cheese egg and white sauce I ;'

a she may not'regard a traffic and finish the top with buttered Want More This bank is ready to serve
as her social equal she has crumbs Bake In a moderate oven until '
a few kind words have well beated and the crumbs are you.
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+ ,dl:; on him than her customary brown.

: Birmingham Age-Herald. Egg LemonadePrepare the lemonade
; rr as usual and Just before serving '.
Prospective Teachers. add to BANK OF STARKE
beat up one or two eggs, ,
to statistics gathered by
the pitcher of lemonade and beat well I
of Public Service, one In
beater This Is a refreshing -
with an egg
L students In forty-two drink and a good way for those Paying byjcheck; U easy. Paying by check U safer

r colleges Is studying with a who do not like eggs to take them In '
MATTHEWS Pre. CEO. C.
) the teaching profess an active form. I E.'s. WHITE Cashier
figures are based on a sur .

? 1 more than 20,000 under-

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BRADFORD COUNTY TEL GRAl'lI. STARIE, FLORIDA I i I II
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I I GOVERNMENT IN CHARGE OF whole, refused to attempt to open the board, Ben W. Hooper, chairman- announced : "t

COAL AND HAIL SITUATION mines until they were assured by the on his return to Chicago/ after -I '

Ii president that federal troops would be a conference with President Hard t

Bits of LocalInformation t President Determined That Nation provided if necessary to protect tile ing in Wa hil1Jton. Mr. Hooper hud

Shall Have Necessary Fuel workers. been called to the capital by the President I i.

To !Move Coal Rapidly to discuss the strike situation, J +i
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Ji The United Stales government has Declaration by tho Interstate Commerce but was reticent as to the plans of UK J'

set itself to the business of mining/ Commission of tho existence oran government for ending\ the strike. I

n r..r..rb./ Omr l.r4e 'l.rltvo.tdt coal, if it is at all\ possible to do so, emergency with! nthe meaning of Consider Seniority Rule I I I Ii

>/etyewd w ... C._i a r *.eT re** I II and also getting it into the hands of the transportation act, was the first The government'a efforts, to end the i 1 \

1< the consumers without profiteers putting step toward government control in strike and now being, directed: toward '!1 >

-. .... _. J II the prices up along the line frori moving! and selling coal. This meansthe effecting a compromise between the ,
the mine mouth to tho coal tins. suspension on tho railroads of existing railroad executives and the striking) J
Fresh garden seed. Kicklitar's.We any position for the comfort of the ::
Pennsylvania, with state national rules as to routing, joint mo shopmen on the question o{: seniority, II 1
tots:
This is
( no joke.) I(ruard troops on duty at the pit mouths of terminal facilities and locomotivesand according to word from Washington.

pay cash for eggs Kickliter'sOveralls was the first to reopen bituminous car equipment. In short it means There in. confidence among official!! ,I| II

The residence of N. B. Hull, on N. mines. Ohio, Illinois Maryl'inl I, West virtual government control of all the of the government, It is said, that 4

and work shirts. Kicklitcr' I Walnut street, is receiving the finishing I Virginia, Kentuck '.Kansas,<\rkap"lls coal lines of the country. such a compromise may be effected, !

touch, and will soon be ready for Missouri, anti Oklahoma also report The plan of the government includes and that the men will return to work ; I. '

O. G. Cooper is in Atlanta on bus! occupation. It has been remodeled, somo mines reopened with others preparing control of distribution of available leaving other points at Issue to be. I I II

ness. thoroughly overhauled and painted to get out coal. coal by district committees, which will settled( in future conferences. The I I 1?

and is a model of convenience.. I No Profiteering Permitted determine the necessity for coal and question of seniority has been one! of I ) ;:1\ 1

Full supply of Flour all grades at,, I While Presndent Harding has been see to it that cars to take it where the main stumbling blocks at other I

Kickliter's.G. I G. M. Sistrunk, his son, Joe, and Interesting himself in getting' morn "f needed aro supplied. These commit conferences held in an effort to end i I : 1

grandson, Merrill Futch, spent part of the coal mined, Secretary; : of Commerce tees, headed by agents of the commission the strike. I .

C. Livingston of Tampa, was i a, I I last week at Cedar Keys. Mr. Sis- Hoover has been given the task will have authority to place: pri- Every contingency in connectionwith I ; ,v,

visitor to Starke Monday. I trunk was highly satisfied with his of getting the coal mined to essential ority orders for the movement of coal. the rail situation has been canvassed \ ;

trip. He went by motor car and industries and preventing/(' exorbitant Tho whole system will be under the by President Harding[ in his 4

A son was born Wednesday morn, I speaks well for the good roads thru prices, new that the coal shortage !has direction of a central committee at conferences with advisers in tho cabinet I

ing to Mr. and Mrs.' E. K. Ferryman., I Levy county.. become a reality. At a meeting held Washington, headed by Secretary of and with members of till senate. i .4'

in Washington early in the week, the Commerce Hoover.To Some have advised, it Is said, that the I .

Misses Laura Wynn and Eunic! J! Dr and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and chil- operators representing the bituminous Check Profiteering government take over the railroads of ,I

Perkins visited relatives in Hampton iron went to Fairburn, Ga., on account field agreed to the government's plan Such a system will assure fair pri- I.the country and make its own agreements I

Monday, |lOt', the illness of Mrs. Haynes" father for distribution and also established a ces, according to government officials, with tho men. t

Mr. R. P. M Larin. News came to I fixed pricc'for coal. Federal control of curs will enable tho Other suggestions were .said to have

i, Starke Wednesday that Mr. McLnrin This emergency program insures government to whip into line those op- been that the strike be left to wear

Copious showers this week hav I had died that morning. The many I' fuel distribution to railroads, public erators who have ignored! the price itself out, the government maintain. l

benefttted fields and pastures and cooled : friends of Dr. and Mrs. Iluynes sym- utilities, and other essential Industries agreement with Secretary Hoover and ing a policy of protecting interstate 1N

the air. i jputhize: with them in their bereave- I and it also provides for the have charged us high/ as $7JiO" ton at, commerce meanwhile; that labor representatives I t

j ment. : maintenance of fair prices through the mine. This, the secretary says, I be charged in court proceedings '

Mrs. L. C. Ray, of Dunedin, is here I 'preferential allocation of coal cars. is plain profiteering with conspiracy to( interrupt I

visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Lust Sunday morning at the Methodist The operator who Insists on a higher By its control over transportation interstate commerce, and finally t that i| i t

J. W. White. : church the service WAS conducted price for his coal than that named by and by thus encouraging non-union railroad J managements be required 1 to I i .

by F. A. Scott, the subject being "The I I the government will find himself un- mines, the administration hopes to obtain yield on the seniority rule, while the ,.i

Mrs. Alma McMillan and little SOil; Centenary Movement." Col. D. E. ;able to get cars.Import production of enough! coal to meet labor board be induced to modify some i
are guests of Mrs. G. M. Inman at her: The commis- of Its decisions and 1 work- I I
on wages
I Knight/ O. W. White, II. D IIeming- Coal From England average consumption I

Kingsley lake cottage. way, Mr. Pattee, Mrs. J. F. Colley, Meanwhile, the government has now sion will disregard ownership of.cars, ing! conditions against which till shop I

I Mrs. J. W. White, Mrs. Emily Philips sanctioned efforts being made to im- planning for direct delivery, via spec crafts have' struck. (

Mrs. Mary DeShae, of Jacksonville, i I land Mrs. Wood took part in the Interesting port coal from England. Hundreds of ifted, routes from one road to another Disorder! Continue I p

spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. program. thousands of tons already have been of approximately 2,000) empty coal 'Disorders in connection with the rail ,

and Mrs. William Struth. for certain number of strike continue, although there have I
I ordered and some even delivered andit cars dully a t
the end of Au. been no outbursts of liny great vio- "i !
is predicted that by days.It I
The Telegraph is Indebted to Mrs.
of Jacksonville ]is
H. L. Miner ,
,
: will be shipping 2,000- is in connection with the latter lojice. The strike admittedly hm hit
spending vacation with his parents | Ada Sauera for a copy of the Pittsburgh gust England I I
a of coal month to this coun- orders that federal agencies intend to the railroads hard and many trainsare \ \ '
000 tons
( Pa. Press of Sunday. This a
here, Mr. and Mrs U. D. Miner.J. | ( ) Grand I ,
their The
to removed,
loopy I contained 90 pages and weighed I try, if the strike in America has not bend the producing operators being daily. i
distribution of the Trunk railroad has announced n .schedule y
the '
been settled that time. will regards
by as
Still it sells at 10'
1
% pounds.
R. Dover, of Jacksonville, was in over
to tell reduction which cuts operations :
While most intent on getting coal coal. The government proposes t
to for the
cents hardly enough pay
to visit his brother ,
Starke Wednesday
admitting
relieve the threat the that the coal loaded on virtually one-half. The railroads, -
white but the advertising rev out of the ground to : operators
Perry Dover, and renew acquain paper, "'
the than 400,000
enue is big enough to allow the paper ened fuel shortage, the governmenthas cars will go to points 'selected by they lost more
tances. the will not move. by the strike call.!' say thllt the pincer
abouta cars
be given away for nothing, and yet also been working to bring government or
Ito I settlement of the rail shopmen's It will be tantamount to an al>solute of 250,000 of thesu have been filled. I f
Charlie Johns, who is attending the leave a big profit. ? of the ...trlklnrtRhopml'n
strike. Some 500,000 railroad work. embargo whenever the government's B. M. Jewell head I i
summer school of the University of has denied! that he would
raiD"I
strike while the orders ignored. ,
and are
Lumber Co. have I ers are now on
Florida, spent the week-end here with The Consumers agreements i )
filled the sanction seperato) pence
well arranged cottage railroads> say they have places States May Run MinesAt
relatives. just finished a I I
I land outbuildings on a lot on the The- I I of about half this number, trans- least two states, Indiana and between any road and its employee end, I

Be sure to see the "Wedding in Babyland" Tessa road, five miles southeast of I>I portation has been seriously affected i Michigan, have threatened to seize the and insists that the strike must Several I

at the High School auditorium I Starke. The lot has been fenced and especially in the Far West, the Mid mines should a crisis develop. Governor only by a national agreement. to I
t II j dle West and the South. A total of of Indiana, asserted that roads. are reported ns attempting
been for McCray,
Thursday evening, Aug. 10th, eight a driven well has provided | '
agreementswith
The Is perhaps I 5 00 trains have been canceled he would not hesitate to declare martial negotiate\ separate wage I u
o'clock.Be I the lucky buyer. company
Tho Haiti
about to' start another building on a because of rail strike trouble and ; law and mine coal under arms i If their employes. such more I \
that and Ohio reports making an
sure to see the "Wedding in Ba- lot near by. They own a large tract coal shortage. it became necessary. He asserted f y.

byland" at the High School auditorium of land in that region and offer great Hope For Peaceful SettlementThe he could not "believe that the will of agreement.The i I I

Thursday evening, Aug. 10th eight inducements to buyers., government; has been loath tot I,in.mn minors _and a small number of : ("
o'clock.Be !act in the railroad strike in the same operators should be considered paramount cause State; VBV.. M. ElwllrcIt'1: > l | ,

member of the drastic manner it has in the coal con- to the interests of the balanceof charged with having' a I
Truby Newmans, a thel
sure to see the "Wedding in Babyland" local military company, went to encampment I troversy, because of the difference the 3,000,000 people who. constitutethe Ills possession, was nut tried on '

at the High School auditorium with a "disability." Truby between the transportation head and state of Indiana." day set Judge( Green is disqualified l II

Thursday eveningjAug. 10th eight No. C shoes, was allowud{ a new their striking employes ,,are not so The fuel situation has become acuteIn and the !governor failed In IIppointin.ranother ; (
wears of settlement and Governor Croesheck county judge! to try the case.THEY .
o'clock.! pair from the government stores, and, great as to preclude hope Michigan, ( i
the when by peaceful means. In fact, it has intimated that unless mining Is
the soles
turning wrong way
G. M.;, Inman and family are now I looking at the number indicating the is really only the question of the return resumed he wil lorder state control of WHO ARE CHILDREN' I w

rusticating on Kingsley; lake, having size, got a No. 9. Truby must wear of seniority rights to the strikers the mines, without awaiting further ) |)

rented the P. E. Canova cottage for four pairs of socks with his new shoes, should they return that now keeps word from either Washington or the They earth who I forever are children. Inherit the

the season. but deep sand or mud has no terrors the men idle, virtual agreement hav- miners. Railroads and industries tire. They In whone eye. In the frcilmaii of I .. {
__ ing been reached on all\ other questionsat said to be virtually without coal, and !>.rnmn..iit morning, ,
for him. .' In who. ,1I.pk. the tnnvnlnuent llffht" '
Mrs. Josephine Edwards, accompa- Issue, and the government hasbeenbending the governor is ready to take over the of a day tlmt In d..nltur-> t

nied by her daughter, Mrs. R. O. Dan. its efforts to effect a settlement mines unless the operators and miners Their gloria are more than the lordll.tpuluce ,
The Seaboard trains passing throuJthStarke .la worth t : r
Eel, returned home last Friday from are keeping as good time as by mediation and arbitration. (get: together. .
Jacksonville. Should l these efforts fail, however, Coal From EnglandThe They who run IntiKh with the ardor Of I ,eY
circumstances will allow during theshopmen's \hoard vhllilren; aL |>liy,
the government plans to exercise its United States Shipping I i
strike. Often engines out &j.tc# In the breeze, and be
John Lee, colored, wanted for check power by taking control of the transportation has charteredBritish 42 ships to transport ous over tilt (li>,w,,r,. l / ,I
south
The
forging, was arrested in Tampa and of repair must be used. lines of the country, thru coal to this country ,and it la Sing with th. robin and dunce. raptur'l i $'
damn hour.-
bound limited passing through Starke of the d'
brought to Stark by Sheriff Epperson the powers vested in the Interstate understood that more are to be added Oh, the weurer uf Jewel more .
the heaviest j,
Wednesday was drawn by of than dlnmnnile. are Ilieyl r i
Wednesday. .[ Commerce Commission. This means The 42 ships assure the delivery I I
road } rr
the othjcrbeing
freight engine on no ,
'I
fear federal operation of the railroads, ev- 3:,>0DOO tons of coal in New York City They who can love Ilk. a child without "
available. There was no
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cook, of Balti- en If it becomes necessary to call out within the next month or six weeks wondering why. thel I t
of stalling, but the small wheels of Who mftnmir. no _tin or Hold In i
more, are visiting at the home of her the could not make sufficient I United States troops to insure train In shipping circles it became known acalea with devotion .
freighter I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Manning, movements. that every available shop in this country But give of thpmttnlvefi like a river embracing r
and the train half an hour I (
speed, was the the 'p..n- l
southeast of Starke.E. Directs Coal ShipmentsWith and abroad will be placed In Oil, their are the richest tr eure*-the I 1 f
late.Ladies'.
some of the coal operators reopening coal service as soon as necessary chan- earth and the *kylBtanton i
'
A. Cohlent I In Mew" York Hun,
K. Perryman returned home today their mines under troop pro- ges can be made. I

from New Orleans, where he has !' Shoes Shined tection; the government virtually tak Despite the plans for the importation old Itl.. Evened tie
playing ball the coal shipments In effort coal officials are not optimistic
spent the past season ing over an of : I A New Hrunuwlck render says thai

with the National League. Free of to regulate coal prices. prevent over the possibilities of averting a a woman In Kent nuinlj killed a rooter .
Charge profiteering and insure efficient delivery fuel famine. Reserve stocks have sunk I for Sunday dinner und found tha'

Mrs. Henry Freeman, of Miami of coal, and the miners preparing to an insignificant figure in comparison the, bird had two liven. ,Ie! say thli I

and her nephew, Russell Daniel, will Saturday AfternoonTurner's i for a long lay-oft, the coal strike sit with con umption. Production in beep. New Brunswick up to OritsrU r

come today to visit at the home of uation appears to be hopelessly deadlocked non-union fields Is declining, althoughthis with Its new of a rmmrer which hut !

her mother, Mrs. Josephine Edwards. Drug Store awaiting a decisive move by is the factor the administrationhopes .two henrts.-Montreal Family Herald I: pp

the government to force the operatorsand to remedy by its transportationplant. I
;
NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Mr Wm. Edwards returned home PRANKS OF LIGHTNING miners chiefs into a conference At the present about 3,600,000 UNDKR!: HrrrioN SIC or TUB
where which will break the strike. mined to meetan GENERAL 8TATUTKB!: I
Thursday from Jacksonville, tons a week are being .
Hereby nolle .la irlven that l>. W. .. >or.. "
she bad been an inmate of a hospitalfor Havoc in Residence But Inmates Many coal mines, particularly in the average demand of 9,000,000 tons. purehaaer of tax Ml* eertlfleatea numberednapeetlvely "
Plays '4S. ilftu, 273 and 2HO .taxied by
some time following a successful Almost Unhurt bituminous fields of Pennsylvania, are In the Northwest the situation Is the tax enll..etor of Bradford County, Kl.irl.la.' i
operation. reopening under the protection of the becoming alarming.! It is said that eald eerMneatea beHnic. dated Au... 3. 11211. h_
Hied eald urtlfloaln In mr office end haa t
state troops. In Pennsylvania 2,000national only by quickly reaching maximum mad. application for tax deed to _... In a"-
The residence of D. W. Manning was eortianee with law
Nearly every small boy in town has guardsmen are in the coalfields production and the utilization of every HaM eertlfleatea mpMttlml embraiu the t
Into the shoe shining business. struck by lightning late Wednesday armed with machine guns 'and : possible transportation agency followlne lend In Bntdfnrd _nll'. Klorlila.
gone ...
The fluid entered by .mm..d at the date of the I .an... of much
If our men do not know that their afternoon. ,rifles, ready to quell Instantly any disturbance can coal be got into the districts served _"'11__ In the namea __" ..1. feerclraf.ter y
ii out a couple of panes of an I particularly eel forth lo-wltl
t the faultof knocking which arise. Governor Great Lakes before freezeup. l
hoes need a shine, it it not may by the CertlHrnte No. roe embraoea NorthMut
e the boys. upstairs window, then demolished a I Sproul has announced In a proclamation experts say there Quarter of Southeaal Quarter. ... 5 A In SB
of a bureau, splintered Otherwise CoP Bee. 14. Tp. e I. .. R. 34 11:? ss ....... ma.wed ,{
mirror on top that the men who work i. 'ra wll lbe a shortage this winter that will K /.Orig.. 1
Miss a studding by a door, Jumped across mines will be and he calls throughout Certificate No lee embraem Northwuat 'r if
Eva Powell spent the week-end protected result in much suffering Quarter of Northeeat" Quarter .n" North Half ,
:i with her parents, Mr. And Mrs. Rob- the room and tore off some siding upon all mine operators to reopen the the country. nf North-.*" Quarter. II... M. 'l'P. r. 8. R. j I '
_
the last of its spite on an aa BI21: "' am..ased P.ul 8....
ert Powell. Miss Powell is a student then spent mines at once. Hail Deadlock Firm C.Re.1e NIK I71 ....b_ Emil Half of
flower box burning off a .ulhw-l Quarter of ; ;
NoithwMt
,
Inoffensive
in the summer school of the University Ohio Troops Move, With the railroad labor board "pass. 2H. Tn. 1" S. R. 34: Eo, 20 ..... Quarter--.I
corner of the wire lit! reen that cover J. H Wll...... .
Governor
; Davis of Ohio has sent both rail executives
. of Florida. ing the buck", and Certlneat.. K... ISO .....b_ be.* at Quarter t
, J ed it. five companies of national guardsmen and chief of the striking shopmen M line or Ona-half mile tint on N. line of I

Mrs. A. V, Long and daughters, The members of the family were Into the coal district. The troops are !standing pat, no light filters. through artlnir M.I and PC run BaM H M 11E.4S ft from. ft center for a '

"Mrs. Louis T. Jarmon and little Miss sitting in the parlor and escaped unhurt not stationed at the mines but are the deadlock which ia now seriously of Ry.. treek, thenee" 8. 541/1 dmrnxa E rib- |
.I with H,. 10 ft.. then* N '<, day. .... I
Annie Long, of Palatka, are guests except for light shocks. Mrs. mobilized at Cadiz and Lancaster for impairing/ the transportation of in ar ft., thence N. IUH dncr. W. to ft.. ; I
and Mr. Manning who was sitting: opposite the quick movements to where necessities of then. H ftgi* itimnn W. 40 ft. to pi ot hen 1
of Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and points they dividuals malls and the Northweet Quarter of North... quet' 'r. I
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. door received the heaviest one. Mr. may b* required. life. Service Is being curtailed on See UnUe... TV.. e. 8. K. Tl R., _e.. ..i R. M. Kin*, |
aaJd *.rtidcst.* >h ll be mleamwluwonila j
Manning had the baby in his lap, but State guardsmen and have the .
police reinforced virtually every railroad in country to law ta deed will lain* thereonn '

The first class coach of the Peggy: the little one was not hurt. The family the local authorities in many and score of train have been removed Wltneee the 4th mr day official of.September. denature, A. and U. \Wl.eel I thlard

train ia now provided, besides seats of feel very thankful to Providence other sections. Hundreds of deputy during the week. fay| of Annul, A. .D..w'.Ulli.Dr.RMAN' : ia.

ordinary height, with low seats for far' their marvelous escape from inJury sheriffs' have been sworn in to help No further action toward ending the Clerk Clrtult Court Bradford County, ria. I

children. These can be adjusted to or death. maintain order, but operators, as a strike is contemplated by the labor ..Seal..-....)-'-, by C. A. KNIGHT Deputy Ct....


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 192Z.
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vision of agriculture, Iowa State College

1 q will discuss Principles of Beekeeping I _. -

S ........ ........................... .. .. .. .......... ......... .
r Dr. J. V. Knapp, state veterinarian, ,I
will discuss Management of Dairy

With The Bradford Herds from, the Health Standpoint.Dr. .

J. N. Harper, soil improvement

association, will assist in the fertiliserprogram.

County Farmers .. :

-1 Dr. J. G. Fish, bureau of animal in- OL.N '

t....*>......_.__.___......_____............... ....__ d jstty, Washington, D. C will dmc"S4
tuberculosis eradication work In dairy
J
cattle.

FARMERS: WEEK PROGRAM AT "Bees; How They Live and Work. On the opening day tho program

UNIVERSITY OF FLORID Saturday 18th Truck and Farm Crops will commence at 10 a. m., and at 8 "

Program a. m. on other days. 'The first period

A Week of Instruction- Pleasure' and I Home gardens by W. L. Floyd; Insects each day will be given over to special qtpndthe7r/ncez

Vacation of truck crops by J. K. Watson lectures and the regular courses will

i --+- und Ed L. Aycrs; Diseases of truck begin at \9 a. m. The afternoon work

a'l' The program/ for Farmers' Week crops by O. F. Burger and Ed L. will l l-e given: over to field work and

;,,1 has been divided into three sections Ayers; Marketing vegetables by L. M. observation on the college and experi-

which covers horticulture, fertilizers i Rhodes; Homo fruits by E. L. Lord. ment station farms.

and bees, livestock and.poultry, homo Monday, 11th, Poultry ProgramBetter The night program will consist of

economics and heAlth: Ono may take feeding by Dr. Sanborn; Better special features, motion pictures, lec-

t one line of wfcrk\ throughout, or divide : Housing by R. C. Blake; Better: tures and entertainments.

J; the time as Uicy see fit.Daily t programs grown pullets by Dr. Sanborn; Better I
fl will giys opportunity to know breeding by Dr. Sanborn; Discussionled PREPARE! :NOW TO KILL CORN

In advance whnfc will be /given in each by II. C. Blake; Question box by WEEVILS

i line of work at every hour of the Dr Sanborn. I I'i

day.Tho Tuesday, 15th.-Florida bugs for Tight Crib Essential for Their Successful

; very best talent has been secured Florida hens by J. R. Watson; Roundtable Control m ',(

for handling all these progrcms. discussion led by Dr. Sanborn; -

'y i Not only the agricultural institutions I Money in hens by Dr. Sanborn; Bet The farmers of }'lorilllfor many : The Phaeton

'J of the University are taking part in ter Incubation by R. C. Blake; Homegrown years have been feeding something
I
f this occasion, but a number of experts I feeds by Dr. Sanborn. like three-quarters of a million bushels Mechanical perfection in Lincoln con

r from other institutions will 'at Tuesday, 15th! Hairy Program of corn to weevils each year. In I struction assures a higher degree of safety, ';;

;j tend. Selecting and brel'dinjtho: dairy bygone days when corn was cheap 38-00
realization of comfort than
Accommodations and Expenses herd by C. II. Willoughby; Judging little did it mutter whether or not the a greater ,

..td Rooms in th o dormitories Including dairy cattle.Wednesday. weevils and rats were given free access can be obtained from other motor cars

n+' meals at the University dining room I 16th-Contagioua abort to the corn crib, but since agri- regardless of price or claims. :O.B. DETROIT 1 4

;a may be secured at $1 t a day, provided tion by A. L. Sheally; Value of a dai- culture has become a more competitive Ten Body Types

Auditor K. H. Graham, or the dean j ry record by II. L. Brown; How dairying business, and one In which every Without qualification the Lincoln is the
of the college of agriculture be noti- '' aids prosperity; How dairying effects hole must be chinked, and a 100 per ,

fied at least a week in advance. Tho o crop yields; Florida feeds for, cent efficiency striven for, it is time finest automobile that superior manufacturing -

taking advantage of this rate must I'dairy cows by J. M. Scott; Root crops' to call a halt in the weevil's prog skill can develop. s

bring pillow, bed linen and towels for dairy cows; Field study of grasses ressThe .

with them. by W. E. Stokes. first step to take in doing thisIs J. W. ANDREWS Jr. Dealer

Rooms in private homes convenient Thursday, 17th-Tuberculosis in to build an airtight corn crib, ac- .

tc> the campus may be had at from dairy cattle by Dr. J. G. Fish; The cording to Prof J. R. Watson, ento- STARKE, FLA.

$2.00 to $3.56 a week, and meals obtained hay crop; Relative value of feeds by mologist. Do not think you are econ- ( o ,

from nearby restaurants or at C. II. Willoughby and .1. M. Scott; omizing when you build a corn crib r J .

the University dining room at 35 and Producing sanitary milk by II. S. Pen- that is not weevil proof as a crib so .. :: -t .: .r. ::

50c each. There will be no tuition I nock; Handling mlik and cream >y equipped will soon pay for itself in

fees or other fees (:hllr ed. Alex Shaw; Manufacturing dairy pro the amount of feed saved. Build the I __ n _______

Monday, llth. Registration I ducts by J. M. Burgess/ ; Tick eradication crib so that the walls, ceiling and the reason why Ford should not make a is changeable, very quick to changehis same AS has been made about every
Opening exercises, Dr. A. A. Alurphrce and its relation to the dairy industry floor will have two,layers of matched ;
good president. He is accused of being methods, or even his route, but president from Washington to Hard-
president, and Dr. Wilmon by Dr. J. V. Knapp; Dairy pro lumber with building paper between. a Democrat; is not on good terms\! never his destination." If anythingelse ing. We shouldn't wonder if "f'ord.Ing" .

Newell, dean. ducts by C. II. Willoughby\ and II. L All doors and windows should close as with the Heart interests; he is "a is wanting that would make hima Washington will prove cas\
Sweet Potato Program nearly air .
Brown. tight as possible.If great financier;" "he is not all-wise perfect president of this county is, for Henry if he really has ambitions
i Plant bedi, by A. C. Brown; Sweet Friday, 18th-Problems in retailing one has n gold crib that Is not and he is far from being\ a fool;" that "he is quick to see the merit of in that direction, especially as he is
insects B. L. Boyden. air tight, have it lined
by the
potato milk. on inside "his vision is so great that the markets ideas in others, and quick to grab able ta put gold chains on his tiro*,
15th-Sweet potato weevil with strips of .
Tuesday Friday, 18th Hog Program building paper and cover of the world are laid out before them." The statement that "he is the
eradication; Diseases by O. F. Burger; with matched lumber. To Cure a Cold In One Uu>
Care of the breeding herd; Feeding him as simply as a garden patch; best informed man on some subjects,
Culture by A. P. Spencer and H. G. Shuck the corn before cribbing it rake LAXATIVE!: FROM QUININE (Tnbletnttui ..
H, i I the sow and pigs; Weaning and feed / "he is shrewd, cunning, crafty;" "he the most ignorant on others," is the r | tho i: and 1
GRovi'! : 'denatu:: ::r; :hkbro
Clayton; 'Storage and Marketing by j ling small as it costs about one-fourth as much .Id C W. on, u ri
pigs Feeding hogs for the
It. G. Clayton; .Seed and plant certification ; .I to fumigate shucked corn as unshuck ___n_ _
market; Market types of hogs; Judging
by J. H. Montgomery. ; Field hog8.'S&lurday. ells Unxhucked corn takes up twice
work by A. C. Drown. the space of shucked corn, and the
19th, Farm Crops and Or I
Wednesday, 16th. Citrus. Program/: amount of carbon bisulphide used to
gnnizations
Citrus soils by Frank Stirling; Citrus fumigate must be doubled when the
Culture of the peanut by S. W. HI
root stock by F. M. O'Byrne; Cit- corn is not shucked. After all they
att; Peanuts for milling b
rus insects by J. R Watson; Citrus purposes corn has been used from the crib,
I. S. W. Hiatt; Corn culture by II. G ,
diseases by O. F. Burger; Packing clean up all refuse that may harbor
Clayton and R. W. Blacklock Farm-
and marketing citrus fruits; Spraying I ; any weevils before the new crop is
era organizations by E. W. Jenkins
methods by J. R. Watson and O. F. ; stored.
Marketing syrup by II. E. Savely. .
I
Burger ,
Monday, Home Economics I
llth. Program
Thursday. 17thFertilizer Prouram,: : FORD'S AMBITIONA :
Nitrogenous materials by R. W.: Ru- I

precht; Phosphorus and potash by R. Household management, "House Take-
keeping a profession-' by Sarah W periodical that styles itself"Pipp's
W. Ruprecht; Soil amendments by It. |[ Partridge. .Weekly" is on our desk. It 1,
W. Rupreiht; The crop and the soil i
Tuesday, 15th-Fruit and was sent us for a purpose, but what,
vegetables -
by W E. Stokes Home mixing by II.
;
is hard to understand. It
in the diet by Agnes I. Webster Ostensibly
:
E. Savely; Fertilizer formulas \\\n<\ is written against Ford but
Henry ,
i Preparation of fruit and vegetable / the
mixing by H. G. Clayton. j[ for the table by Harnetto B. Layton: much of tho muckraking is really inford's
Friday' 18th, Bee Program j .
1 Conveniences and labor savers for tho favor-ao.much so that we are '..
Principles of beekeeping by Walton kitchen i by Lonny I. Landrum. not altogether; sure that it is not real. ,

Park; Beekeeping conditions in FlorIda 1 Wednesday, 1fllh-Milk, eggs' and ly a Ford propaganda, to 'help in his
<< by Frank Stirling; Bee diseases, Short
meat in the diet by Agnes Webster; contemplated (according to this per- Cut
their control and eradication in Flor-
iodical) for the '''
Preparation of milk, eggs and nwil campaign presidencyin ,
ida by J. C. Goodwin; Beekeeping .
.frr, The t-iHo by Harrlctto B. LnytonJ 1924. ford used to keep a man to ,
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i from a beginner's standpoint by J. F, !j ; invent and publish ridiculous anec- .
I Laundering and laundry i
J equipment by
Womelduf; Laboratory and field work Lonny I. Lnndrum. dotes about his flivvers, for the sake

t. at the college apiary; Moving pio-; I j I' Thursday, 17th-Diet for the child of advertising them, so why should he
"
+ tures, "How Beeswax is Made, and .
i 1'' !,I of pre-school Rite by Agnes I. Webster not have himself berated (In a proper 1 I

; Model meals for children by Harriette way) in order to help him in his po- f Y

R. HELPED B. Layton; Art and science of litical aspirations.We When you were a youngster you never went to school
CARDUI
I houHccIeaning will take it for granted that the 'round
by Lonny I. Lnndrum. long way Ypu took a short cut. .
Friday', 18th-Starches, fats nail. the tirade was written against Henry

REGAIN STRENGTHAlabama : Sweets in the diet by Agnes I. Webster Ford by one of his enemies. If his I I V .. *

i: ; Making and baking bread by other enemies can say no worse about I Every advertisement in this is
( Harrictte B. Layton; Ornamental him than this, then there is no good paper a short cut. Ad-
I I
plantings about the home by Ed. L. vertisements make it possible to tell you in a few minutesall

lady Was Sick For Tee Ojcrs; Home furnishing and decoration Colds Cause tirip and Rnfluenaa you want to know about the service '

Years, Suffering Pain,Nerrou :. by Lonny I. Lnndrum. LAXATIVE EROMO QUININE:TnMet remove Oncuuao. or articles you
Saturday 19th-Meal There ia only cue "Tfcrnn Qulnlre."' need.
,
K and Depressed-Read Her planning from E.W. GROVE'S .I"n.'.._fin hot 3Uu
the standpoint of nutrition by Har-

Own Story of Recovery.P riette B. Layton; Uses of Leftovers To

+r by and, Agnes money I.by Webster Lonny;I.Budgeting Landrum.time take lIA YES'Stop a HEALING Cough Quick HONEY a At a glance you can sift out the things that interestyou

I Monday, Uth, Health Program cough medicine which stops the cough by most and in a moment you know just when and whereto
:? !nt Rock. Ala.-Mr*. C. M. Stepu. I healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissues.
Helps in nursing by Harriet G. A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
for what
.f here want.
related
c near recently the following SALVE go you
Sherman. for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Interesting account of her re- Tuesday, 15th-Care Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of
of the
t eonf7'I was In a weakened con- expec- JlA YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
f' 6 dition. I was sick three years la bed tant mother by Harriet J. Sherman. should be rubbed on the chest and throatof Figure how many steps how much needless
tottering a great deal of pain weak Wednesday, 16th-Care of the infant children ..u1Jerfrom a Cold or Croup walkingand
by Harriet J. The hrtllnu effort" of Ham' Inside the advertisements
Sherman. ": talking thus
Berrotu, depressed. I wu so weak, the throat enmblnmi with Urn theapat, ol save you and
r I couldnt walk across the floor: justk' Thursday, 17th-Hookworm eradi (.row'. O-Pra-Traca Salve tanxuth tit your

had to lay and my little ones do the cation by Dr. Beorge W, Simonds. toe Both skin ranwdlr toon Mop. mn._peeked. In one carton end the neighbors.
work. I WM almost dead. I tried Friday, 18th-Getting rid of ma- cost of the combined tnjeunent U ISo. _,
1 ,n every thing I heard or. and a number of laria by Dr. George W. Simonds Just ask your druggist for HAYES
doctor Still I dtavt get any r.Uef. ; HEALING IION .Y. Then realize the
I couldn't eat, cud slept poorly.., 11 I 1 Florida's health program by Dr. D. you great economy and necessity of.
believe) it I hadn't heard of and taken' Dame advertising in daily life. '.
Oardul I would have died. I bought| Many Prominent Speakers SEED CORN, COWPEAS, VELVET your .

etc bottles, after a neighbor told me ,| Prof. Dan T. Gray, dean and director BEANS. MILLETGRASS SEED SOR- '. .
,what It did tor her. 1 i
Auburn, Alabama, will discuss CHUM. For Immediate .h pm.aL All "(
"I began to eat amt,
Bleep began to ,
Livestock Problems. .enable Field and Vegetable Seed. .' .
pin my strength a id am now well i
and strong./ I baron had any trou 1 Jesse M. Jones, industrial agent of Writ. for Price Lilt and Catalogue. Oarleaubful '.' i

ble since I turn' ran testify to the I the Seaboard Air Line, will discuss and instructive catalogue U
"
? good that Cardul dt.l me.* I don't Farming as Relates to Other Indus Ir..and gives valuable information oalannini .
think there la a titter. tonlo made
and I believe it 11.1..'. .0. my life." tries and gardening for Florida,, and Read the Advertisements !
j
For over 40 yc m. thousand of women H. E. Savely, field agent, U. S. de- ho aouth. Writo to ue to day for ipecial! _
bare used Cartful successfully I 1 1 partment of agriculture, will discuss price on your ood requirement Our

In the treatment of many womanly :1 Fertilizers and Co-operative Selling.W. complete lock will enable u* to aupply

ailments. :. C. Lassetter Editor, Progressive you to advantage in price and quality.E. .

t If :you suffer as these women did* Farmer, will discuss Co-operative A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY
take CarduL It too.
may bale you, ,
At all drocsbU, a U E EJ Ei I Organization for Southern Farmers. Oldett and Large Seed Houae la Fla.
t. ( Wallace Park, associate chief di-
202-206 E Bay St. J. IuYiIt.. Fla.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1922.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE SEVH.V

TilE CASH SYSTEM! : j POWELL-ROBINSON I- ---- J. 1

C. T. U. 5
COLUMN -
I ..,...nlt the Other Fellow Walk Its' I I The following\ marriage notice i ii a I II' Its ; Iv t

coming; Dad Policy from the Hickory (N. C.) Daily Roc. -
I' ord: PROHIBITION HAS MADE GOOD; j ji

a ether i Starke merchant has just Newton, July 20.-A / i "
very
prett ,
", .1 1 I the ranks of those who require home wedding occurred at the hon One statement can now be mode I' ; ''jj"

....11| for goods. It is only a ques- of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Robinson, at t with absolute sureness, and that in ,

i ""r. 'nrne when every merchant' and Denver, Lincoln county, this morning;,,, that all over tho country there has occurred
t business man in Starke will when their daughter, Miss Thelnu' a most unmistakable and strik- 1 /t,:

,'f" ,in. do the same. It is measure Robinson, became the bride of Mr. ing decline in tho general death rate

fety that is adopted reluctantlyvery George R. Powell, of Newton tho ceremony from all causes, until it has now t

.. cure; yet the only choice taking place at 8:30: o'clock. reached Its most triumphant lowwater i :

,in to be to adopt it or else go out Rev. Mr. Byron, pastor of the Metho- mark in all recorded history. I I.Tullt ,
as a single illustration to serve'
UKUleS8. dist church, was the officiating minis!
1 1 is not, us the unsophisticated may ter. as a typo! for all tho rest, the death 3

nk, those belonging to what is con- Immediately after the wedding Mr. rate for the entire United States has I

riered. the poor class, whose non- and Mrs Powell left by automobile fallen in the last three years from 11.2 ,.

m/ 'men* of debts make the credit" bus- for Starke, Florida, where they will to 12.3 per thousand or a saving! of I ,

,i"'SB precarious. Such people never spend their honeymoon with the parents over 200,000 lives per year. Certainof l'' )

i-ive\ much on credit before the far of Mr. Powell. Upon their return our great cities New York, for instance : \" :':' ;: ':' ': '
:
ts stopped, and most of them pay t td Newton, they will go to housekeeping have actually, in some of the "

ii' as soon us they are able. It is, tom in the handsome new home just monthly rates, fallen below twelve,

contrary, the class who, from all' built in North Newton by Mr. Powell. and gone down well towards eleven ;

i ward appearances, seems to be well The bride is the attractive and ac- per thousand.It ,
.i do and too respectable to shirk' complished daughter of !Mr. and Mrs is true that this downward trendof ; Gf

'I icbtfl, that causes the trouble. Such C. C. Robinson, and for the past two the death rate was under way before r I
,
ic">ple run up big bills, and often the years! has been a member' of the fac- prohibition, and, therefore, we '
merchants themselves are to blame ulty of the Newton graded schools. cannot claim that the improvement in .

this, as they are eager to sell as She has been taking a special coursein public health, which has accompanied I'\

uch as possible, never doubting thnt teaching at the Appalachian Training the years of drought, lias been solely + t

.. be The School at (>r even chiefly caused by the lessened -
Boone
will paid. garagomenml this summer. She
that all is not is niece of Mrs. T. use of alcohol. Yet it is true that \
lout lone ago gold a C. Clifton, of this I The
,Hi' glitters, and adopted the cash I this downward trend of the death rate

com The merchants have been re- !I eity.The groom is a son of Mr. and<1 1Irs.: has been distinctly accelerated since

In inquiring into the slniujofi !, R. S. Powell, of Starke, Florida Since the adoption of prohibition.So I A- .
of their apparently validcuin coming to Newton several years ago that us far as any lowering of I .
the and vitali of the nation ,, i
The fact that a man was he has been associated with his broth- vigor ty

well to do-a!? wealth goes here er-in-law, Mr. P. O. Carpenter) in the from deprivation of our customary I Telegraph
and, beer i III ,
of wine
daily glass concerned -
I'
e. reason why hi should be so mercantile business. He is one of the
bluntly and positively ,
we can
.e after having gone through the town's most popular young men, numbering -
"if extravagance that few could his friend by his acquaintance say that the three years have not I -
shred of evidence in its
'h ;tund. There are many four- Mr. Powell served his country in yielded one

n"ni. and besides cutting a dash the world war, being:; a member' of the support.For .
.
I example, the disease which hax ,
ri their to Rainbow division. Ho is a brother
shown the falling off in its
thedrttfamilies, just greatest
before like Mrs. P. O. Carpenter arid n nephewof
mortality is tuberculosis disease,
cock or a gobbler or a common Mr. Vance Yount and Mrs. Eva
the chief and almost only ,
weapon I/I '
nyard rooster likes to do, and being Little, of Newton. t n
which is abundance of good
that hubby or pa has dead Those invited to the wedding were against
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Mr. food, good: housing and sleep in the 1 1I
lies of money, his women folks and Carpenter,
ittmg sons get on credit anything and Mrs. T. C. Clifton, Dr. and Mrs.J. open air. Saving the money which .
hud been than wasted alcohol
on -
worse
ii strikes their fancy. One bill af- A. Young, Mrs Little, Mr. W. E. IIs I r
and\ applying it to the four or five
i is Bent to for Young and Messrs. Charles H. Me-
mother no purpose t
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four-flufaher believes in "letting bane, Jr., and It. II. Lowry. value times which as much it would health purchase and nutritive in the i I one of f t the} necessariesof C

other fellow walk." His cash he Their many Starke friends: wish Mr.
< I form of good, food l, better housing and It
-life Bradford
for
cs for occasions when only cash: 'and Mrs. Powell all happiness, and I ,
and to
clothing sleeping porches say
hope they will enjoy their hereto
I stay
Uks of and seaside vue.a-I
nothing country and that
Because of such men, poor but hon- the utmost. tions, and .basket suppers In the, parks County people,

men must suffer, for the C. O. D. has already cut down the death rate this fact is becoming r
more
ruler
the
rchant must have same'
from this dread malady nearly twentyper
all. When the four-flusher can cent' and saved the nation tens of and all.
recognized
longer get credit anywhere he must Catarrhal ConditionsCatarrh thousands of lives. more ; '
In a local ,1I8N"IIr lI\1y\ Influenced "
other go to work to earn more, or by i'ulI."lulImal C"lII.'U.! .. It Almost unanimous reports from the the time is by the
stiffen his backbone against his tlierefora! rci.ln-i| ontfiMuiUiruit i ',*atnuint. seen ,
M lIAULd:! CATAHUH MkDH'JMJ; public school teachers, school and district -
amily, who demand costly automo- In taken InUrri.,'I 1 'n.1). u,'t, tiiiouBli{, tiiuHlood nurses, welfare, workers among number of subscribers '
upon 'ih" Mn :tt'irfnc''i uf tho new I
'i"! I i. fine clothes and "vacation trips. System UAI,<* :S .A.AJMUI ..II.I1IL: t.NK the poor, intelligent police\ chiefs and
Vt, for long fool the people in gives tho i.ii' rn M 'irftli i Iv improvingthe '
one can
;
general lii.uih:. ; mil nsal ;CIS Nature In heads of charitable organisations, constantly added to
mall community; hit real status dolni ''la.m. it show that In all their experience1, hat \

Ml. eventually be found out. The All!'. J.UrusTKlBlr.Clionuy: & riiculars co 'lolcdu irti. blo.nEGIS'mATIOS there been so striking an Improvementin 'our list. Join the

,ida that! expresses itself In only a the feuding, clothing, the generiil procession

ld 1 1 front and fine raiment, 1 is> n spur- comfort and welfare of school childrenas :. and find out 'what' .

"1 us- article. You have no right too NOTICE within tho last two years.

proud unless you live within your Children are making/\ better progress is going on at home

ome and pitY your debts. in their studies, not only because
Notice is hereby. given that the
reg-
and fed but and abroad
they are better clothed ;
istration books of Bradford county
ACCEPT NO SUP.STITUTES became they como to school less tired \ .
will be open at the court house In
and exhausted by the various kind of .
Starke Mondays: Fridays and Sat-
A small boy entered the grocery wage-earning jobs and errands, which
urdays between, the hours of {0) a. m. .
,tore and demanded in shrill tones: they are no longer obliged to undertake .
and 12 m. and 2 p. m. to 5 p. m., from i
'Ma\ wants two pounds of butter now that fathers turn over four-
the first Monday in August until the .
.xuctly like what you sent her last. fifths of their wages; to the mothers 6 +
October for the
second Saturday in
If it :lin't exnetly like that, she won't of electors. instead of drinking up half or even ,,
'like It." registration two-lhjrds of them in the saloons. 1 1I
C. A. KNIGHT, I ,
'Some' vrrureiH" ," remarked the pro- Woods Ilulohinson, M. D., in Hearst's .
'
: 'Supervisor of Registration for Bradford ;
,,"i.tol'i, of the store blandly, turning; Magazine far( July.
./"r.ut'/ of onlookers, "some per0tH County, Florida. 7282t. 1.\ .. '.. Only $2.00 Per Year I''

"i mj business! don't like -cusni PLEAD: FgR LAW OBSERVANCE. '

wlui are particular, but I de $1.00 for Six Months .1.' ,
for the I law Is the .
li I M tn "r<'\c then ,- "Disregard jfreatMt -

.IV sure you got the right kind," 1 1886 < problem that America now "acip> t in advance' 1. ''II'

'i', ted, th' boy, while .everybody constituting a menace which, it i w- ,. .f fC

'HPI' "A lot of pa's' relatives are leaked, spells anarchy! and ruin," f II l l"I
tn., ,' ..t 0'.1'' h mae, and ala doesn't United States Senator Lenroo.t; of I

,i to <. 'n.io ii;,fnin.- Lngion{ D' AVIS I 'Wisconsin" devhired In anaddve.. at, .. I .

.. Ocean: Grove (New Jersey) Independence ,. .: i i' !
Day cwlebmtion. ,

iELU.iiAl'ir! HONOR ROLL INSURANCE l Senator LcnrAot urged observance' : \ Iii i r)

of the Vol..i1Claw\ and deplored thi.
,
and ,;
Address alt I letters remittance to / r
Name* of Those Who Paid SubecHp- I tfndene of the people to split' "int* :.: t ;

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ton; During July group-
STARKE Senator I'relinpfhuysen of New Jersey Bradford .
County Telegraph
I N N. trni.in: J. W. ;Morgan, S. B. presided at the celebration und also ,

f I nY.i B. Bryan, August Sterns, made a patriotic "d r....... ,

I I' I i': Canova, R. L. Kicl.trJ. A. F. Warning against un-American duet Starke i Florida -, s ;'x

T i ,)n, Dr. ,.,. II.: Cl.iiucT.ii: :, N. A rONICOrove' trines and propaganda was! given by ,

!F" O' -.T!?, N. U. Wainn :n'it;' K N. Tasteless chill: Tonic rea.orsa Senator Frelmghuysen.! ,,' iii.i
Walter, Mrs. C. S. McCormick\[ S. F. Purifying and "These dangerous doctrines" he declared L :
and Vitality by
Morgan\ A. O. Strickland, John Shriv- Energy Enriching! lIe! Blood. When you feel its "proclaimed in high/ places, .

er, C. A. Boyd, Mrs Annie W. Sapp, trengthenlng, Invigorating effect MM how show disregard! for law and a weakening '
Fla. Board Mrs K. R. of the national spirit which made .
,
Development it brings color' to the chuels! nod howit .: "
Collins, W. A. Fowler, J. C. Dubose, UH a great nation.
Improves tbe appetite, y<-" t !111 then
D. W Moore, Mrs. T{. O. Strong, Roy appreciate its true tonic value. Senator 'linghuynen\ also deolar-! ., ,J ,

Rdb-tt, Col. M.[ t,. McKinne, J. M. Grove's Twtele chill Tonlo is simply ,ed for low enforcement, and added: : '

Jon i I. Cecil Bennett, J. H. Saxon, A. Iron soil Quinine suspended In syrup. Su "There Is n tendency among'certain!' : I : :' I : .
A Durden, T. T. Blackburn, Mrs.V.. ploaaant cvm children like ii. Tho blCJII! prominent officials/ to preach disregard : ; ; ,; : ; : : _____

F Mnlphiiri ,Yo M. Redding, L. A. needs QUININE Purify It and RON to for the law, under the camou .: : : : : : : ,:;,
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Mnlnr'al! germ and flage' of 'modification, which .
Coo!;, f L. Hodges, A. E. McKinney, Enrich it. Destroys means .
O. T, Mi'Kon, J. S. Starling, 0..1. Grip ,germs ty us Strengthening. &, Invigtlr' nothing leas than nullification of trw : ". '. '''I' ,

Griffin, J.V.. Griffin C. S. Lindley, tin>{ Effect
Ury Rrddiih, X. L. Roberts, Mrs. S. SCHEDULE .,; .
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TRAIN: '
SEABOARD 1 ;ELKS PLEDGE TO ; .
E. Jon Chin. R. Ensey, Jr., O. M. .1-- > '. I.Ul'I'OIt'r.ORY .
LAWS .
Inman T. C. Ilazcn D. L. Sllcox, L. '
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(In 84'ectI>rll 30, 1922)) .

II.Hert!Hill. B. TCrosby, Rev.' T. SouthboundNo. Declaring that-it III l the duty of ev- I '. ',v,> .,.. ,' .,. .;..,.. ., ,. .. 1

--.- J'j 1 reaches Statlte at 11:401'. m. ery Elk to stand fev law and_order, I ,,! .. t I, '. I a,
No. 3 10:80: a. m. .
,
I
. i J. WEEKS INVENTOR Grand Exalted Ruler William Wale .
pl' No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4::W p. m. lace Mountain in a stirring address at I HI''
.
, T.'". ,motive> Engineer Cha*. ,Weeks No. 15, Limited( 2:15 p. '". the opening session of the annual j m' .

of Jac ;rfi.irville, formerly of Hampton, NorthboundNo. !grand lodge reunion, held recently in r" I i iI'
r; in -4hn,'h place he is still interested, 2 arrives Stark. 5:19 a. m. Atlantic City, pledged' the great benevolent -

r-' lin [in vi a ted an apparatus to be at- No. 4 at 4:06: p. m. ,' organisation obedience In ,, .. ." : i ,
tached to the carburetors of automobiles No. 20, Cedar Key'Train, 8:47 a. m. tM Vol.Ttel od a1( other laws, and ( 4

, whereby much gasoline! can b. No. 16, Limited, 6:55 p, m. called on Elkdom for the beet it can ,

saved. The Invention was thoroughlytested Wannce Branch proluce to aid civic betterment and

out recently on a Hudson ffu- No. 101 leaves Starke 7:4; a. m. help the nation fit its! boy for American

per-six, when it was demonstrated No. 101.arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. citizen*hip. j

that over 53 miles can be made with T. J. GRIFFIN,

one gallon, of gasoline. Agent. Subscribe for the Telegraph. : .





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f BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1922 I
PAGE BICBT.
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T. H. Rimes and son, Wilbur, of --
: ----: Miller, motored to Lake Butler Satur-


.. NewsltemsV day.Mr.. and Mrs. Rafo Johns and son, ,
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I George and Miss Mae\ McKinney mo-
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County tored to Worthington Sunday. Hodges'New

Rev. Doyle, of Tampa, began a serIes -

of meeting at the Baptist church

,i 141 iNMTMtlstC tact Gathered During the Week br Our Sunday morning. Everyone invited to
I. Regular Correspondent attend.

I Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gainey, of Five Store-
,
I W -- -- Mile, were visitors to Lake Butler on .
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: : LAWTEY I vllle last week, after spending a few Sunday.
: Prof. S. A. Draper and daughter,
weeks here at the home of his parents
I Frances, of Gainesville, spent the ..
L' Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Hammitt.
; j Lawtey, Aug. 4.-Mrs. Susie Hal week-end with friends in Lake But- :
I wish that I have
returned to her home in Jacksonvilli, I H. J. Thomas was transacting business to announce opened a new store

,I I Sunday, after spending about twi u I in Jacksonville. ler.Mrs.. W. M. Johnson and daughter, at the stand formerly occupied by the Consumers' .
/ Mrs. Pearl Jones visitor to
t i I weeks here at the home of her par,. i Starke Saturday. was a Willie Mae, of Gainesville, spent the Lumber Company and will'carry complete line of..
and Mrs. Daniel Futch. .:
Ii I ents, Mr. week-end at home.
+ I Quite a large number from Lawtey
I i I :Mrs. I. Wilkerson and daughter'1 I attended the union meeting of they Shell Maines, of Sanford, la the Dry Goods Clothing Hats '

r i Miss Irere, were visitors to Lawte j I Black Creek Baptist Association at I guest of his brother, Dr. J. E. Maines .

j y, : j Saturday. I this week.A. .
1 I' I Evergreen church Sunday. There was Caps Shoes Notions
L,' I J. C. Cone and son, Clyde, of Brook'I i a large attendance on Friday and Sat- E. Proctor spent Thursday at ,

l' I er, were visitors to Lawtey Saturday," urday and every church in the association Sapp. ; and everything! carried in a first-class Dry Goods
Friday in
: Misses I nza and Wilma Dlanchardv I Rev. S. S. Proctor spent

t g I i i >cre visitors to Jacksonville the first; with the was exception represented.of two by who delegates sent I Jacksonville Store.I his is absolutely a new stock, bought at

i t I part of last week. Miss Sarah Byrd, of Raiford, is the the lowest market price. I carry only a dependable
H i i I guest of her sister, Mrs. Henry Ad-
extra I' ; line of merchandise. I invite you to call and look

t I I I same large kins.Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Townsend and my line over.c.Thanking.

I Jacksonville this week family returned home Sunday evening
1 days in
crowd, one in the church and one out
advance for
r( J. J. Dillaberry, of Middlcburg, was I Ion the grounds. An abundance of from Orange; Springs.Mrs. you in your patronage,

I 1 ,t I, a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. I /good things/ to eat was served on the W. C. Townsend returned home
,I Dudley Williams, of Jacksonville,'grounds each day. Sunday from a visit to Salt Springs.

spent a few days last! week with rela-
L. II. Hill! was a visitor to Starke -
tives Lawtey. I BROOKEIt!
near Saturday.
j Frank Blanchard, of Fort Pearce, is D. B. Browning was transacting
I I'' spending a few days ct the home of business in Jacksonville\ Wednesday. Brooker, Aug. 4.-J. D. Hazen anil C. L. Hodges

tt it Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. I Dr!! J. II. Carrodine left Friday for family, of Sarasota, are spending a

j C. K. Sapp, of Starke, was a visitor 'his home in Yazoo City, Miss. few days here on a visit with rela-

to Lawtey last week. Mrs. G. T. Pearce is spending a few tives.Misses Starke FloridaI
i I < Eunice, Lorene, Ella Mae
G. Brown
Dr. W. was a professional I ,
< I days at Kingsley lake, as the guestof (
al caller to Maxville Monday after- her daughter: Mrs. L. H. Hill. and Myrtle Hazen, of Sarasota, spent |

; ;t, ,\ noon. Monday in Alachua. I
v J. T. Reddish and E. M. Futch were I Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster spent i
LAKE BUTLER I
visitors to Kingfdey/ lake Tuesday. the week-end with relatives in Jack- 1 :

i Charles Wilkerson and wife, of I sonville. I
h M I : Maiville, were visitors to Lawtey on I Lake Butler, Aug. 4.-Mr. and Mrs. Ella Mae Hazen spent a few day!* Ga. and Erma Haynes, of Vidalia, files Cured In 6 to 14 DaysDrta41o'a I RAIFORD

IT. A. Carter and baby Annie Mabel, of last week with friends! in Gaines refund money If PAZ OINTMENT full
f Sunday. i to curehchtna.Pllnd: ) I
-I Cecil Moore, of Theresso, was a visitor 3IeedlnAorrrotrurHugPiles.
t : Mrs. E. D. Moyer and children and Monday for Johnstown after a here instantly. fi.oveti Itching. Piles, and you r,n r Raiford, Aug. 4.-Messrs. W. H.
ville.Mr. liestnpoik.bou.
Sunday a aute'eeatturC 1 PrIce!
visit with I
relatives.
+ and Mrs. Jno. Shriver and I I Andrews and Norman
; i Misses Florrie, Joyce and Claudia son'f were visitors t'I \)
J. V. Jones
| and family, while motoring
l Terry, spent last week at Kingsleylake. / Russell and El inn Varnes returnedto Lewis, spent Sunday at Kingsley lake!!> their 'I Lake Butler Wednesday.
to farm south of town Only One "BROMO QUININE"fa
Johnstown Saturday after severaldays' Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son' Messrs.\ A. D. Andrews, S. H. Moore

Chester Belt and sister, Mrs. Ethel visit with their grandfather, Ressie, and Inez Abernathy spent las t Sunday with found the rattle public road blockaded ri\K act BROMO the ireaulne QUIN1NF.call for Loukor full nime..nn LARA tureOl i! M.\ T. Cribbs were business visitors w
snake.
large Mr.
a
'1// Austin visitors to Starke last I Rev. S. S. Proctor. Sunday afternoon at Worthington a. W. CKOVK. Cum a Cold' In One Day. Stops Jacksonville Thursday.
were Jones killed the snake, which wuaa. and \lieadmlic.\ and wrlroft] sold.5c
Thursday. Miss Norma Dekle and Miss Ruby Lucian Hazen, of Gainesville, ripen t possess. 'I Mrs. Donah Browning, who has been
ed twelve rattles
and
button.
a ''
P J Ury Gunter, of Jackeonyille, visited Proctor returned to Five Mile Satur- Tuesday here. 1 GRAHAM: visiting in Jacksonville for several
) Rev. Jones, of Lake City
was A
p relatives in Lawtey Thursday. day, after several weeks visit with rel- Marvin Hazen, who has been employed i I weeks, returned to her home here lust
atives here. /guest\ at the Houser Hotel last Thurs-
Miss Iris Epperson, of Starke, visited in Jacksonville for the pas' day. Graham, Aug. -I.-Messrs. Truman i Thursday.

relatives In Lawtey Wednesday.Rev. Mrs. P. P. Dekle and sons, Kirk and two months, is home on a visit will' Dr. Middleton, of Starke was a Dyal, of Ziff, was a visitor here Fri i W. H. Moran, of Jacksonville, piano
E. D. Coyer and daughter Miss Julian spent Saturday with Miss Mar- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Haz. fessional visitor here'this week. pro- tuner? was In town last week.
shall Proctor. day.Sheriff
Mary, returned home Thursday from en. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, who hast Burton and Tyler, of Alach ;( Tom Chastain, of Lake Butler, was
Dothan Ala. where they two Miss Marshall Proctor returned to Truby .Pinholster spent the week in town Wednesday afternoon.
spent t been attending convention pf the New ua county, were business visitors here
her
I weeks with friends and relatives. home Friday, after several weeks end attending the union meeting a Thursday.Miss I Miss Sarah Byrd was visiting with
Truby Willis was transacting business visit with her sister, Mrs. E. L. Over- North Pleasant Grove. River Baptist Association.at Theressa Ruth Smith left I friends in town last week.
returned to her home here Moji- Saturday for
in Jacksonville Thursday.Rev. by, of Richmond, Va. Mr. and Mrs. L. A, Brown and son' ,day. Bell, where she will teach this wjn- I S. T. Dowling was a visitor to Laki
I. M. Belt and family were visitors The many friends of Mrs. Steve Artford, spent Saturday afternoon l ii\ ter. Butler Monday.
J. P. Summers and of South !
family,
Brannen
to Macclenny and Glen. St. Mary I regret that she is suffering Starke. Florida friends James Reynolds was a business visitor Mr. and Mrs. Lem Sapp, of Law
are visiting! and rela-
t Saturday. from typhoid fever, And hope she will Royce Gainey has been very ill foi,r tives here this week. to the county seat F riday. I tey, were visitors in town Saturday
visitor to have an early recovery. the few days with malarial fev,- afternoon.
Wainwright past
Truby was
a Miss\ Irene Thomas
B. Y. has had his spent the week
Saxon large residence
ptarkf Friday. I Lum Hewitt spent Tuesday in Jack- ,er. Dr. Mann, of Lake Butler is at,- on Main street repaired this I with Miss Estelle Youngblood, of near i I Col. A. S. Crews, of Starke, was a
r F. F.. Stump and Leslie Turner, of sonville. He was accompanied home tending her. week. Ocoee. I business visitor here Friday afternoon -

Starke, attended the special called by his mother, who has been visiting Dr. King/ of Lake Butler, made i' Lee of .
Youngblood the Brooker
,
Miss Lizzie Rowe, of Jacksonville, I
i'' I meeting of the Masonic lodge Monday I Mrs. Vasco Dowling. I call here last Wednesday afternoon' was the g uest of Mrs. H. B. Peeples section, was a visitor here Saturday. "I Miss, Beulah Gordon, of Jacksonville
Dr. and Mrs. Flem
Morrison, of E B. Andreu Sr. the weekend is relatives
evening. spent '* Messrs. Truman and Irvin Dyal visiting here during this
" P Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Osteen returnedto I Adel, Ga., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. in Jacksonville at the bedside ol Saturday and Sunday. 'spent at the ''week.
R. C. Heiberger, of Brooklyn, was Friday county seat on
their home'in Jacksonville Monday +;'I J. W. Townsend this week. his sister, Miss Tave, who was operated a business visitor here Tuesday. I business.Mr. I|I Messrs. Fred, and David Moore.

after spending a few days near Law- I' Mrs. Oscar Kelly and charming on Friday.P. I' and Mrs. ,, Clyde Rowe, and Albert Jennings, of
Truby Dyal last
r R. M. King, of Theressa was transacting spent I I
I daughters/ of Bartow, are visiting Mr M. Barefoot spent Monday i ir I
Thursday with relatives i Lawtey, were vistors here Saturday
tey.T. (I and Mrs. F. P. Odom this week. business here this week. at Sampson. j:
D. ,Weuren, pf Atlanta, Ga., was I Starke. Miss Eva Hodges has returned from I Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney\ and night.
visitor to last week. Miss Ruby O'Quinn has returned to Elma Shaw who is attending schoolat I ,I
Lawtey ,
I little Everett j Mrs. W. M. Whitten left for St
her Starke where she has been the guest son, of Louise, were I
I home in
Jacksonville
A Joe RulT, nf Live Oak, was a visitor after a visit Little Springs, spent the week-end 1 of her sister, Mrs. H. B. Wiggins. visitors here Friday. < Augustine Monday, where she will
,
with friends.
here Wednesday. I here with. her mother, Mrs. J. B I Misses Lois Moody, Bessie Aberna- visit! her daughter.J. .
V. R. I&ddish visitor to Jacksonville Willard Parker, of New River, was Shaw. I
was a thy, Frances Murrhee, Thelma Barry O. Jacobs was a visitor to Jack
and : in town Saturday looking after -busl- Mrs. G. B. Colson entertained SAMPSON: CITY I
Saturday Sunday. Mr. and ,and Math\ Wasdin attended the Bradford I sonville one day last week.
W. E. Torodo was transacting business ness.Mr. the young folks Monday evenIng I: and Union counties convention at Mr. and !Mrs. Webb Forsythe and
in Jacksonville Merritt, of New River, was n social in honor of f Sampson Aug. 4. Miss Irene I,
Tuesday. ; with a given City, Raiford Saturday and Sunday and children, of Elarbee, were in town on
report -
f Mr. ntid Mrs. R. B. Moseley attended business visitor to Lake Butler Sat- Miss'Myrtle Hazen, of Sarasota, whois i Thomas, of Graham, was a visitor ; a pleasant time. i Saturday.

the buriel services of the late Mr. urday. here on a visit. There" was a large here Saturday. I Miss Ethel of '
Byrd, Tampa, is visiting :
I ,r Austin last week at Long Branch ceirictery. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cuson, of New crowd present, among whom were Mrs. W. J. Roberson was a visitor her parents here. '

,. Mr. Austin was killed in an River. motored to Lake Butler Monday Misses Mana Andreu, Clara Cone, El- to Starke one day last week. Mrs. Perry Byrd and children, of 666 quickly relieves Colds, Con

automobile accident in Jacksonville. ma and Pearl Shaw, Eunice, Lorene, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.'Smith and lit. ritusville, are visiting at the home stipatio > Biliousness and Head.

I He was a resident of Lawtey'for several Miss Georgia Epperson spent the Ella Mae and Myrtle Hazen, Blanche tie daughter, Docha, and Dogan/ Nabb I jf Mr.\ and Mrs. D. J. Byrd. aches. A Fine Tonic.
week-end in Live Oak with her sister Mae Ward Inez Abernathy motored to Earleton beach
years. Crews, Stella Thursday. Christian Endeavor
,
W. H. Burt spent several,days last Miss Kate Epperson who is attending Messrs. L. B. Pinholster Lu- Volley McKinney, of Gainesville, ,I, at 3:30: Frances Saturday Murrhee\ ,afternoon lead-- i'

week in Alachua county transacting school there.W. cian Hazen, of Gainesville Roswell spent the week-end here with his parents MT. 4.2r-ire t idee)'** 1DS11f.-

business. M. Johnson motored to Gaines. Ward, Claude Crosby, Lewis Shriver, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKin !Mrs Charles Smith and children are rwtorei vlpatrROC jneray by pnrlfyfaX ndrlehlnUthe >

Geo. F. Young was a visitor to vine Monday.Mr. John Pinholster, of LaCrosse Marvin it White Springs this | blood. You.naaoon fnlluStniMt*
Thomas of Miller ney.Mr. week. "nL''11. avluoratloa Cfliict Price Ms.W .
,.was transact
Hampton Sunday. Hazen, of Jacksonville, Ralph and and Mrs. P. ,M. Kinard are the
:' George Anderson was a visitor to ing business in town Saturday. Vascoe Hazen. proud parents of a fine son, born the -

Starke Saturday. Mrs. W. F Townsend and baby, Wm. Moody and son, Percy, of La- 26th of July. The little lad has been HSDiM

"-y R. II. Boyles of, MiddU-burg, was a Mary Naomi, are guests of Mr. and Crosse, were visitors here Monday af- named Daniel Ernest. .

visitor to Lawtey Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Townsend this week. ternoon. Lynk Williams was a visitor over to

J. B. Rowe was transacting businessin Claud Odom, of Jacksonville, Is the The revival meeting will begin at Gainesville\ Monday

Jacksonville Thursday. guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. the Baptist church next Sunday. All W. H. Smith and Dogan Nabb were

Miss Nelle Roberts was a visitor to P. Odom. are Invited to attend each service. visitors to Starke Thursday.Mrs. I
Jacksonville J. W. Townsend is having a barn F. P. Jones who has been
Tuesday Mr. Cason, of LaCrosse, was trans visiting -
Dorse HIgginbotham, of Maxville, built In the still quarters. acting business here Monday.Mrs. her mother-in-law, Mrs. S. E. L Lit _

was a visitor to Lawtey Friday. John Hanna motored to Five" Mile Sallie Malphurs, of Starke, Jones, left Tuesday for Gainesville to,

Rev. C. J. Hammltt, who has been Sunday afternoon. spent Saturday here. visit Mrs. E. II. Smith. From there

ill at his home for several weeks, was Mr. and Mrs. George Coleman have Several from here spent Tuesday she will go to Ft. Myers to visit her :. Y

'c' able to preach Sunday at Grace M. E.I :moved Intp, the home of Dr. Seeber ,afternoon at Hampton BeacJ1.I mother, before returning to her homein .....
church. King./ I I Ft. Pierce.

The revival meetings, which have Billy Roberts and son, Math, of Five HAMPTONHampton Miss Effie .Sloan, of Louise, visited Elberton Blue Georgia Granite"THE i

been going for two weeks, closed on Mile, were business visitors to town .:.-- Mrs. J. D. Sloan here Monday. STONE ETERNAL" i
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t' ; loP Sunday night, and Rev. Belt and fam- Saturday.Mrs. Aug. 4.-Mrs. W. R. Mr. and Mrs. Truby Dyal, of Graham I
1 r I'y left Monday for I\accl'mny whe.a Harry Long and children, of Jones and children, of Palatka, are spent the week-end here'with AndGEORGIA: |MARBLEtinlts;:variou.:shade.makeMEMORIALS

he commenced a revival meeting this Five Mile, motored to town Monday the guests of her father W H. Har her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
week. I W. H. Blake returned Monday from vey. Brown. .

About fifteen of the good neighborsof Raiford, where he attended the con Mrs. Matilda Green Is visiting her Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason and lit-

Mr, J. B. Rosier, who lives a few vention. friends and relatives in Green Cove 'tle daughter, Mollie Lou, have returned RenownedFORARCHITECTURALDIGNITfI:-

miles northwest of Lawtey, went to Mrs., Rosa O'Quinn, Ferrol Andrew this week. I home from Georgia, where they

his! home recently and pulled thirty and Louise O'Quinn, of Jacksonville, have been visiting relatives.No .
Marion Sullivan and family were recent ; l| i C:
are visiting Mrs. C. H. Driggers this
t, \a .' acres of corn fodder. Mr. Rosier has visitors here.
week. ,
gandlEVERLASTINGgENDURANCE
;'t been confined to his home for some- E. V. Priest, of Green Cove Springs, Worms In Healthy GhitdAtlchddreo .
*
\Seeber Bodine left !
Thursday
time, unable to attend to it, and the morning has been the guest of his mother,
for his home at Washington. He t/nublrd wltli Wurmfl haw" an no- Three essential factor
tolbefconsidered
V''r,;:, neighborly deed was very much appreciated Mrs. I. J. Priest. healthlcolor,which Indicate poor blood.ands a in.buying: monuments
.. by him. was accompanied to Jacksonville by Mr. and Mrs. McNeally, who have rule, t........ .n more orient stomach dlmurbance. are, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY APPROP.
!" GROVE TASTELESS: : CHILL TONIC!' \ ,
r Dr. Seeber King. i given regularly '
; \, Mrs. L A. Marr, was a visitor to been the guest of Mrs. McNeally's for two or'-'''''' wi j wIV enrich tha b.'ixxl.: RIATENESS. You have the assurance of.'thi.; =combination .
.;';,' Highland: Tuesday. sister, Mrs. F. E. Henry, have re- improve the
Mrs., Ethel Austin, of Winter Haven turned to their home in St. Peters- enfogTnntctnthewhote.rat.m.throw offer it'MMl, the worms,and Nnturv>i.('t>ll'l wl'l! \UlbeIn then !

is spending a few days at the home 666 burg.R. perfect health. riaanant.. *.M pvCCC COGGINS MARBLE CANTON, GP.

of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. I. M. M. Williams left Monday for Leading Manufacturers ofth.South *

i ,' Belt. South Florida, where he will spend -II Field or Special Representative,
,. Jack Wilkerson, of Maxville, was Cures Malaria Chill and Fever, several weeks. Cure Malaria, Chill, W. ELLERY DAVIS. I

.; a visitor to Lawtejr Saturday.! Dengue or Bilious Fever. It kills Miss Emily Haynes>has as her guest null Fever, Bilious Fever STARKE FLA.

t' Robert I Hammitt went to Jackson-' the germs. this week her cousins, Misses Allle Cold and LaGrippe. i '11 .1P_"" u'u'u '1il'Dmn"m"'b.ft.ftn"r.'m, m.ft..nrTft'_ _. I .f...

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