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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 11, 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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FEDERAL AGENTS |I, : NAL CAUSEOF HEED R.IC'ISIG.R. \WRECK- COMMISSIONERS FIX TAX RATE FOR BUSINESS) I: : ('II.tNGESU. I CITY COUNCIL IN ,;


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AND MACHINE Persons Passenger Killed; and Hits 125:Local InJurt'dWht'n FISCAL YEAR; BUDGET IS ACCEPTEDEIGHTEEN Debut to Clarke PeopleL. REGULAR SESSION


C. !Hodges; has arrived in Starke
Sulphur Springs, !Mo., August 0.- .
GUNS GUARD VAT I 1- rrom\Macrlenny and established himself -
Failure of an engineer to heed block '
a :MILLS!\ LEVIED FOil Courthouse, $100.00
us a merchant. Sir\ Hodges; occupies PASSED ORDINANCE FOR' RECONSTRUCTING
signal caused the rear-end collision on IXTEIIESTNO ; Jail $100.00.
!SINKING; FIND ,
tho store formerly used by the : AND ENLAUGING 1,
the Missouri Pacific here last nightin FOR COUNTY: HIGHWAYS Furniture and Fixtures' -
Consumers Lumber '
Co.
door
one went :MUNICIPAL' PLANT:
s i < TLE IN ECIIOLS COUNTY TO which 38 persons were killed! and Courthouse, $100.00. of A. M. Darby's. This big store in l. :r t tn
ftE DIPPED IN SPITE OF OB- 125 injured, 25 seriously, accordingto FORTY-EIGIIT :MILLS THE TOTAL! Jail $100.00.
well filled with .
dry goods
clothing, Tho city council! met in
IECTIONS AND THREATS ,. John Cannon, assistant I general LEVIED FOR ALL PURPOSES Expense of County Building; hats, shoes notions for regular session
-everything
August! lilt, with all member '.
manager of the road. FOR THE YEAR 1922 Janitor and other altendnnts$300-: l
man, woman and child. C. M. Bell
/ present! as follows: 1). C. Jones
Idosta, Ga., August! 5.-When Train No. ,I, a fast passenger vcsti- 00. I tl

d federal officers went into Ech- blule steel train, running at full speed Board met in regular session Aug. Tights, fuel 1 and water, $:,100.00; the Griflln popular& Johns salesman, is with, formerly Mr. Hodges with !' chairman O. J. Griffin, S. J.A.W.Bryan White., J. F. Colley, '1.' :''I t
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ounty, Georgia, on the Florida crashed into No. 32, a local composedof 7th, pursuant to adjournment, with ,I Insurance, $150.00. and will be glad to wait on his friends I '}!,
I Thursday to enforce the cattle five wooden day conches, a baggage nil members present as follows: I Care of County Poor I theve. !: :Minutes of lust meeting were read. "'

njr law next week, the landlady and an express car, as the engine was I .T. M. Brownlee, chairman; J, W. I Allowance made to paupers outside !Mr. Hodges still retains his mcrIcanUle mid 1 approved. ,\ 1)

t(> boarding house where they had taking on water with tho roaches Andrews, Jr., Louis II. Hill, II. P. of poor house, $1500.00. j business in Macclenny, but his Bids were received f rom I the following l I.,, n:

J ..led, claims that she was notified stretching back on a trestle over a Gniney and James Reynolds. Foes of officers, jurors and witness- !I, chief interests will center in Stnrke. concerns for 30-inch pipe asadvertised ):: f

i r her house would be blown upW creek. Minutes of last mooting! rend and ft in coroner's inquests, $;;0.00. I I This 1 is proven by the fact that lu has for by tho town of Starke: ,i I'>

i dynamite if the men remained The impact hurled two of the local Approved. Fees of officers and committees' insanity I moved' his family, consisting of wife Carolina foment Product Co. $.274! :
coaches down 50-foot embankment HIv.
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inquiries $50.00. foot.
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and! three children, to Starke. The per
,wever, she was game for her edging the Mississippi and, telescopedfour Application foe state pension received Stationery and Printing 4 tl
family are pleasantly located in the Jacksonville Concrete Products" Co.
from Mrs. Indiana L. Pinhol- i
':'iiK-nt and told the officer injte other coaches crushing numberof J
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General Hanks
stationery $150.00.
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:McLano\ bungalow, northwest of tho If 1.00( foot.Massey .
ster, widow of the late I. W. Pinhol- .
that she would,} not tell the passengers to death in their sen tH. Record books $150.00. I
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to move, and if they did so, it Both trains were behind time, the fast' ster. Sumo approved and forwardedto Advertising required I by law and school house Mr.\ I lodges is a pleas Concrete Co., $1.0., r t r
i ant man to deal with and we predictfor ""I
id( be voluntary on their part. train running from Fort Worth, Texas : State Pension Bureau 'paid for by county, $:loo.no. I him a successful business cnreerin Lnelide-Chrlsly! Clay Products Co., .1(

10 officer in charge immediately \, St. Louis, carrying 180 pnssen- James II. Riteh and Archibald A. Commissions, Paid<
,wed the men and occupied a va- gera and, the local 100 persons. Durden having made an additional j Tax assessor, 170000. I, A. Crowder, one) of Lake City's J. T. Quigley\ $tPo foot. S'".
house lie rushed motor trucks According to Mr.[ Cannon, Engineer bond of $9,000.00 each, making a total Tux collector, $1700.00. Interstate Concrete f
live business men, bus bought out Ci, $ l.0! foot. .
i v'aldosta for food supplies for the i Matt ringer Glenn, of St. Louis, engi-* of $10,000.00, filed game with the Sheriff, general court work, $500.00. .- '
Griffin & Johns' It required' a whole Sherman Concrete Pipe Co., $1.50
t i This will be used until the goviiient veer of the fast passenger, failed to board. ,
I week for a 'largo! force to take tin inventory foot.
camp equipment arrives for herd a block signal warning him that Reports received from It. A. Green, Clerk circuit court, recording/ and of the stuck of goods in this
th. men on duty there. the track was not clear ahead, Glenn;' I county judge/ and Floyd Green, justice general court work, $150.00. / Chiiltunooga Sewer Pipe Co., segment r
mammoth store, but Mr. Crowder;, was 1)
't is reported here today that these i r>7/ years old, an engineer for .15: years'' of the peace, and E. T. Stewart, Expenses of election\ 30000.: so well HatiHfied, with it till the trade blocks, $;j.23 foot. t(
ti, 'moral guards are already complainntc and with out a black murk against his justice of the peace, showing numberof Indexing, $150.00. Action was deferred to August! ,Ith. .
wan made and he (is now in full pos
about such a "dull time." record, was killed just before the convictions in their respective Reserved for contingencies, $1000.- session. Tho council! adjourned! to August' 4, ,
However, the Echols vat will be crush. Edward Tinsley, nlso of St. courts \ 00. 102-I ):!:!. L.
The of this .
new owner big department
wened next week and it may not be Louis, fireman of No. .1.l remained at Report received from T. J. Knabb, Total, $10.110.00. C. A. FUTCH, 1 !
store Is mi ntrnlilo and
9< dull. Only one vat is to be used his post and was injured seriously. contractor for county convicts, showing Fine and 1'orfciture fund squaredealing \ I Clerk.
merchant, who will do nil he
m (the county, all cattle to be driven Engineer Glenn, shortly before arriving the death of Bert Firsyth: who Sheriff and <( ii it, This vat will be under the pro- in Sulphur Springs, received was sent up from th's county in July] criminal cases, $800.00.() There are few things August4th, 1022.Thu '
te< (ting muzzles of machine guns witha orders "on the run" to pull over a I 102"The:!':!. Constable, cost bills In criminalcases neclod new ones by that cnnnot very bo found' city council! met in adjourned!
force of armed with riot at Cliff Cave ten miles north mutter of tha coinmitiiff.it of anyone
:large men aiding $50.00.Clerk session with all memhcrn present, as .
I in this store, end as the trade has always
guns and plenty of experience in the of here, to allow "Sunshine! Special j Jane Jordon, who win i.'mninitUvl to circuit court, cost bills in been, brisk, no stock has. had follow:
niindling of both in tho world war. No. 1," enroute from St. Louis to Texas the care of the boar I of county commissioners criminal cases, $;0.00. time to become old, but everything Is D. C Jones, chairman; J. I''. Colley, e

1'0 federal tick eradication officers points, to pass, and, Mr. Cannon ex- ] by thu count; judge during -I County judge, cost bill In criminal new and fresh, groceries ns well ns. S. A. Bryan, O. J. Griffin. J. W. }' ,
merely state that the cattle "will be plained, !the engineer failed to heed the month of June, wis fns'ponod cases, $100.00.). White.
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textiles and clothing., Mrs. T. I'. Wall
11.>pod and nobody hurt, if such a the signal, because he apparently was indefinitely for the reason that information Justice of the peace, cost bills in will continue to wait on tho ladies R. It. Prevail wns allowed a reduction $;

thing is possible; but the cattle will reading/ these orders when he passed )I had reached the commissioners criminal cases, $ O.OO.) The, people of Starko are proud of of $1,000 front assessment for

01 dipped. the block. The orders were found I that she had relatives who were Witness fees, $ 00.011. the new additions, t" our citizenship. I'.Kfl.: The tux collector wee instructI'd '
This force of federal officers cams near his( body. able to look after her. Court stenographer in insolvency to mnku collection accordingly
I They wish 1\I01l14rll. Crowder and\ 1 lodg
into the county very quietly two weeks Ghouls appeared on the scene short- I The commissioners! instructed the cases, $50.00.Sheriff's and are confident they will i Upon motion it was. ordered thatOrdinance I

ago following{ the dynamiting of twenty ly after the crash and robbed the |clerk to present bill to J. II. Went- commissions on fines, etc., do eslUI'Cellll their part to retain Slurko's reputation No. 117 be cormldercd with.

; vats. Other vats were charged and dead and dying. Only one was arrested worth for $5 per month for the use collected, $100.00.Feeding good trade center. out referring !to committee on rules, .
the people told to "drive and dip and he said his name was William of room other than the vault in the prisoners, $000.00. as a laws cad ordinances.Ordinance .

while the frowning guns of these om.1Ialll Hall, of St. Louis. Several pieces unfortunates I transcription of the records for Union Pay of jurors in criminal cases in No. 117 being, entitled
have stood guard over tho operations 1 wearing' apparel taken from the j county. county and justices courts, 10000. BAPTIST( ciii'itcu BULLiniN.Tlio : "An ordinance, providing for the is-

with the result that there has were found on his person') I Bond of J. F. Johnson, deputy sheriff Disinfectant, $50.00. Buanc of Thirty-nix Thousand Do-!

been no trouble. All the vats in Ech I and a Bible was/ in his waist. The Bible at Hampton, was presented and Guard at jail, $ I*OOO. regular services nf the cliurch" ]lars ($:W,0<))0.00)) ]bonds, of tho town of
but said, had been the propertyof approved and ordered filed. will be )held) on Sunday., The Hiblo
ols county were destroyed one. it was t'' ) Reserved for contingencies, $100.00 Starke, Florida, for tho purpose of
That has just been finished. Hence I the Rev. V. O. Pcnsley, of -DeSoto, I Petition received from J. M. Alvarez Total, $3330.00. school meets at 9:15: : a. n:., J. T. (Quigley reconstructing and enlarging tho waterworks i

the "driving and dipping" starts one of those killed. The dead and injured 'j J. W. White, J. H. Ritch, et al, List of errors, double I< assessments superintendent. Divine worshipat and electric light plant of 4))

there Monday--and maybe trouble. were spread over an area of several 'asking that the name of Mrs. Frank and insolvencies presented by the tax 11:00: when the pastor will pro the town of Starke, Florida, prescribing .
city blocks and chicken crates, automobile I i ,Starling he placed upon the pauper collector and after examination, the sent a second sermon on t the topic of tho form of/said bond and providing ,

FORMER FIRE HORSE HAULING cushions, baggage and the |I roll and after consideration same was same was accepted and tho clerk or- last Sunday, minicly, "(:,1/1 in the Soul for levy of an unnuul tux to \pay
GARBAGE WAGON: A SUICIDE railroad track constituted their couches. done, and the sum of $3 per Month of Every;; Man. the principal and interest. thereof." r
Continued I.) I
The little village of ISO Inhabitants was appropriated for her.J. ( on Page The II. Y. P. U. will hold! its meeting The ordinance was duly passed. t..

Washington, Aug. 3.-Ten years' was unable to care for the injured G. Williams was given the sum at the usual time, 7:00: p. m. A The board adjourned to August 7,
honorable service as a fire horse rewarded and they, along with the dead, 'lof $5.00: as additional to his pauper 28.000 NOW DEATH TOLL IN: fine company of tho young people 1022.:!

with a job hauling o garbage were taken to St. I.ouls1nd/ DeSoto. I j allowance for one month only, for the TYPHOON AT SWATOW, CHINA; : gather each Sunday evening for study C. A. ]FUTCH,

wagon broke the heart of old Jack One of the saddest scenes reported reason he had a fall and Is unable to and devotions, and these desire othersto Clerk..
Gallup. He committed suicide todayin was that of the Degania family of St. I work at all for some time. I 'typhoon of August 2nd Claimed :Nearly lyeet with them.

front of a fire house and his firemen Louis. Four of the family of six were Petition received asking that Mrs l Triple Originally Reported Should the weather permit, the eve August 7, 1922.:! '

friends say ho did it deliberately killed and the father is reported, dyingin I Georgia Hilliard be given an allow- ruing worship will be conducted, on the Tho city council wus In adjourned .
a St. Louis hospital. ance, and after consideration she was Hong Kong, Aug. 7.--The toll of church'lawn. Last Sunday night the session with the following, member

Old Jack for years was one of three allowed $5 per month. the typhoonon August 2, at Swulow, chorus jf young people rendered a present: )
who whirled u I already has! mounted to 28,000 plump sleek bays RAIFORD J. I.. Collvy, O..1. GnHln;, J. W.
steamer to every big fire in WashIngton -: Coffins are lacking to provide decent evening they will appear nguln Whit-

and many little ones, too, but Itaiford, Aug. 11.-Mr. and Mrs. | burial for many and the bodies are The singing was greatly aided. Ins Upon motion Mr. White! acted: an
the motor finally got old Jack and his Francis Coffin and children, of Johni- 1! agricultural fund of Bradford county! being interred In gunny sacks. The week by tho orchestra, anti we expect chairman pro teni.

pals and they went the way of thou- town, were in town Saturday! afternoon | the um of $527.50 and the county not new figures oh lives lost, which almost this added feature of our praise Her J. T. l Quigley was given the contract -

sands of others in all age of progress. | having any agricultural agent or triples the previous estimates, were vice to continue. The pastor is greatly I for concrete pipe placed In
A week ago, there were some sobs livid Brooks, of Jacksonville, spent 'home demonstration agent and there. contained Ina ,circular Issued today ,I encouraged by the many cxprosslons from Cherry to Church streets, conditional 1+
choked down and some tears brushed last weeklend here with his parents, fore no channel through which to use by the Hong Kong branch of the Swn of appreciation of the nature 01': that. tho necessary right of way

away among the firemen over in Congress .Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Brooks. I this fund as it stands, we respectfullyask tow chamber of commerce. this outdoor service. Impressions have can be secured." .
Heights when Jack and his Messrs. J. B. Rosier and Webb For- of the comptroller of the state of The circular stated that 28,000 bud. been made by means of the pictures The council adjourned, to August )

mates were led away. Today Jack syth were in town Saturday. I Florida; that we be given permissionto ice of victims of the Swatow disaster that will be lasting, while there have II, 10212.: I t'

turned up with one of them on an ill- Dr. and Mrs. Chalker and children, use this amount $527.50, for the I already had been recovered. Benevolent been some to express their intention C. A. FUTCH, ,

smelling, filthy garbage wagon in old of the State Farm, were shopping in purpose of building a wood shed and societies attempting to care for to be better men and women because Clerk. n t "
Georgetown.The town Saturday. car! shed at the jail yard and for making the dead have been forced to use mat. of the influence of the truths presented ;V
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day was hot and the job was Miss Anna Mae Anderson, who has necessary repairs upon the court tress covert! and old bags/ as coffins by picture as well alt by voice. This :SOLDIER; : BOno! IlKAltD; FROM I
nasty and the disgrace was worst of: I been attending school at Madison, returned house and jail. And respectfully ask for the myriad dead could not be pro- I Is what the services are for, to help

all. Nobody knows what Jack might ,. to her home here last week. I that same be transferred to a building vided. Charitable organizations of turn thoughts and, lives to God. "Come An officer of Co. ('. now at Camp

have said in horse talk to his mate, Carlos Johns, of Lakeland, is visits fund. Hong Kong are combining' to organizefor with us, and we will do. theo good." Johnston) sends us this pleasant letter .

but, anyway, he took the bit in his jag his parents, :Mr. and Mrs Warren Bids were received for the construe effectual relief measures for the We shall have on Sunday +fight the .

teeth and bolted, dragging his team. Johns, this week. Lion of a wood shed and car house, stricken city. well-known song, "Where is My Wan- Gf.ntlemen-I'lua: accept sincere
mate with him and heading! for the Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Strickland( and, and after considering same, contract To all appearances Swatow Is the d'ring, Boy Tonight," illustrated by !thanks for the copies of the Telegraph j

nearest engine house. Jack knew children, of Lake Butler, were visitors I wa awarded to Max Klosterman, he scene of a war-ravaged town-one. big beautiful slides! and upon special request received Saturday. The men 1' +
right where it was, too, although he here Sunday afternoon. being! the lowest bidder for this work. heap of ruins. The tidal wave which Dr. Bullen will show the slides came running for them when they ar .
never worked in that part of the city Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Whitten and I Clerk ordered to draw contract for swept the bund or harbor road, at the on "The Drunkard's Reform" and "Al- rived.

before. He galloped full tilt right In. children were visiting relatives in same. height of the typhoon, Inflicted con.siderable cohol and the Human Stomach." All the men of the company are feelIng r )

to the brick wall, head on, and crumpled Lake Butler Sunday. The clerk was Instructed to draw a damage to the water front fine after their first day. Nobody
down in a heap. The shocked and Clevey Sapp, of Palatka, was visiting contract with the specifications! of the buildings. WEDDING IN: HAIIYLAND AT sick, anti the only complaint heard so

grieved firemen, recognizing the old relatives here last week. said building and have same. signedby The British in Hong Kong bane remitted GAIETY TONIGHT: (THURSDAY) far is that one man has a sore toe. ti

hero by the brand mark on his hoofs, 'v. II. Andrews spent Monday in the contractor. $10,000 to the British vice.consul Pvt. Truby Newman expects to ,
gave him the coup de grace to end his Lake Butler. The board took up and consideredthe at Swatow and are shipping rice A treat Is in store for those who attend stand on his head next time holooks,

struggles. Hilliard-Coleman contemplated expenses of the several for distribution among the homeless the beautiful little play given at at the number on a pair of shoes, to

Nobody cquld convince them that Mr. Ben Hilliard and Miss Myrtle. funds for the fiscal year beginning and- destitute. I the Gaiety Theatre tonight (Thursday be sure of getting/ 6'. instead of 9'.;

Jack did not deliberately take his life Coleman were quietly married, Sunday I October 1, 1922, and ending Sep. The captain of a steamer arriving ) at eight o'clock. and Pvt. Dennis J. Mann has discover.. J Jed

rather than end it hauling a garbage morning at the home of the bride's tember 30, 1923, and after consideration today: from Swatow, told the Associated Twenty-five very young and talented that "Butter Money" is something I. r
wagon.IN parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Coleman, the board adopted the following Press correspondent that his vessel beaux and belles of Starke will what ain't. t
Notary Public Jacobs performing the budget: fifteen miles before reaching Swa- make their debut on the stage at the

COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. HilKard left Salary of clerk of circuit court as tow from Shanghai encountered carcasses hentre.: Each child has been carefuly METHODIST I :
Sunday afternoon for Newberry where county auditor and clerk to board of and corpses floating on the ebb trained for his part and the play I

Jesse Altman and Bryant Mann they will visit for several days. I county! commissioners, 150000., tide.On promises to be unusually good. It is The pastor arrived at his old home 1 '

were before Judge Green Wednesday, I' Per diem and mileage.of commissioners Double I/land, the summer resort given for the Woman's; Club of just in time for a revival meeting. The f
charged with petty larceny. They The Griffin & Johns cotton gins, now $600.00. 'bf Swatow'a foreign community, Starke. all committees sharing' alikeIn pastor did part of the preaching. Our r '

plead not guilty, but were found guilty owned by S. R. Johns are being over Pay of sheriff for attendance upon I not a single house was Intact the proceeds. hearts were made glad! and we had a

by jury. Altman was sentenced to hauled and the entire establishmentput commissioners, 8000. Inside Swatow harbor boats that Don't fail to attend. great religious feast. t
the state reform, school for two years. in good repair. This Is in anticipation Attorney for county commissioners, took refuge there were masses of The pastor will be back and fill his
Mann was sntenced to pay a fine of : of a good deal of cotton to be $40.00. wreckage. Refugees had been caught Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. C. White are regular appointments next Sunday.

$25 and costs or 12 months In the reform Tinned( there, from this and neighborng Supervisor of registration $240.00. like rats in trap and corpses floatedin spending two weeks at Klngsley lake, There will be preaching both mornIng -
school. counties. Repairs) to County Buildings a promiscuous beap. occupying the: J. S. Brown cottage.rrs.w.worri.bs. : I and evening at the regular hours.
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P GE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. W1ATUflA FRIDAY, AUGUST II 11t!. ,

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; : FRANCE IMtKl'AUES FOR CONFUCT the disabled Seaboard Air Line engine tive. The Governor (hall. by apeclal mussaii

; : DEADLIER THAN EVER at. Mantly this according to each! How at the appropriate session of r : : -"
morning, : : _
"I' ... the Ltwlalatun. direct I the attention of each 7'::
', to Sheriff Blue, of Moore' county Magnolia House to the provision of this amendment :
t f and It the LegIslature that shall meet A D. '
Bxprrt Perfecting Bombs Capable nt Investigating the assault
.by 25 masked 1US3\ or any aucccodinir' Leirinlature that shall

: WIIin/f Out Entire Cities men on five workmen and a guard mwt every ten years there after shall refuseLI
tail to apportion Iho representation In the
who were working on the engine Fri I Balm Senate and in the lloiue :of: Itepresintatlvn asIniTln
I' \\ I, '.....vltlPd. It shall be the duty of theiocrnor
Although Paris
: played a prominent day night. < to oonxeno tile, l eirislature' In Spa

)' 1 f part at the vnrinug. peace- conferences( Governor Morrison yesterday offered (/ vml Snsslnn for the purpose of malclnir such
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utM'oi-tionnit'nt" and by public proclamation\
LIQUID _
j i which have been held, since the signing I a reward of $100 for the capture md by communication to each Hotwe to direct 1 __
I Facn and ToiletPOWDER the attention or each HOUHC. to the. provisions __
: of the armistice Nov. 1018!
: i J. yet ac | of each member of the crowd that as- i>r this amendment.Bee. .

\ 6 ; S )t1 ,: cording! reports from Paris rememI -I saulU'd the workmen. None of tbe 2. That any and nil imiv'ulon. uf the
ConHtitutUm. In cotiflirt with this provision bo
boring the million men sho Hucriflced, |IlIix, it
11 4 .. in the Just WI"" f lie in preparing. for hurt. I "pr- JO.G"'J\r beauty to dice,
III neck (
I arm*, tianilx. Thoolas cast In compliance with said pronomd -
1ac :: tho next war on a far greater scale jI '..'(, :Simply wonderful I amendmt-nta and tho canvass tlecliirntions .
1A_ '0Ll.48141 Kcmtivei crtii(>ti on,, ,
) and returns thereof shall be subjectedu
it than ever before a scale of such terrifying 1----1: I l--! .at freckles* auoburn, tim. siune rt-tritlntlons, snd restrictions, as are

H : extent that) a following war will II.c 'V I. tun Knlruncmg.laitt-. provided hy law for. general elections, in the
I ;.li \.'" : lug friiKfitnce Iry Stuto. of Morlda.
k be Impossible.' Following -I;J. tt. 4 colunt:
/ conference in Jacknon- j IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF.I
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'; : c Franco realized in the In/t wur that I' villo between Dr. S. J. Home, inspec-1: I'I I}I 'w........-a...... ...:._.. ._'_... ,I:' Brunei .I I have affixed hereunto thn (act.reat. my Men haniand ) of

man power must bo p reserved for the t9r in charge of tick eradication work 'II ''-'' WH I Whit Pink Seal) the Suite of 'Iorl,'.. at Tullnhiissea -
":.=:::;: KoRed1:11 tho Capital, this the
!:l '
\ duties of pence and thnt mechanical for the U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry r I ""..,,-. .-T I twenty-fifth day of July A. D.ll.'J. .
i' I ii .." L" :" > 1 .
I '
p methods must be depended upon to ( end Dr. J, V. Knapp !state j "
: BEST t H CLAY CRAWFORD
!
; : ;:/: :::. :; for 7 a
? win$ the next conflict. Therefore her I veterinarian regarding inauguration *. --J. =- year I H-l-Ht-U-a Secretary of State.
I
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: (expert are bending every effort to of systematic tick eradication workin mg beuuti-,
NOTIcE: OF APPI ICATIOV FOR TAX: : DEED
I ( i produce' WRr machine which will be J Duval county thh month Dr. Horne Proprietor.! I Iaim.y a g i 1'NDrR; : "SECTION S7J OK THE
Sol,! CEMlKAL STATUTES
MFG by
: capable of wholesale destruction me- !said: LYOO ,
II flu) I
Hereby not I.. IH given that D. W MooretftirchaHfr .
: chemfcitl 1 I agencies which will make I/ "The state live stock sanitary board trs, or !! I of tax sale certificates. numlieredrespecticly
rectiromBROOICLTh 2lfl, ZOU 272 and 2HO lusuod.
I hy
1 her immune from another German in- has promulgated an order establishing us, it cent* the tax eollector. of Rradfor*] county. Florida,

I : vaiion or attack by any other power. J systematic tick eradication work to N. T. postsid.42So.FlfthSt I II I IIIlIIIlIppIJIllIIIJtlJ said e..rtlneabnor: 01"....' Auir 2. 1120. has
I filed "alii eertlncates In mv office nnd has
i France realizes! that in a few years become effective on August 15th, and I ma.t anpll'atlon" for tax u>v(1 l to 'IKSUO In accordance

.J JL certain of her enemies! ran develop the ,1 with Jaw.SuH .
bureau has fulfilled its promise F.O.B.DETROIT
tc1 crrtlneates respectively' emHraees' Inflfollowlnu .
ftp.. perior man power. Then-fore, su.// co-operate, by stationing Dr. Wirth- -- ----- ... landfl In Bradford county Fhrlia.aesresrd '! .
I at th. such
:J date' of the Issuance of
I decreasing French population in ( lin in the county to supervise the NOTICE OF ELECTION certificates. in the name nwBcctKnly .hcnlraf-

( 1 federation, France, born in war andti1'iJ1 I'l1ghlin work t. WirEREAS. the Lin'lslatiire of baa under' 1 tor. Certificate partietilarlv. No.act, 2 forth lIt ,i-mbraoe to-wlt: Nonhe.. >tOllurter .
i 00- "
,Y ror (centurieB, is "It tho Constitution of 1HRR. of thiSlate 'if I vur.l of !Southeast' : Q.m't.x R. A In SBCor.
preparing :
will iiln,
take did
little four Joint Resolution '
while
to pass proponing
a get
r for the next ami-mlim-nts to tho Constitution "f ''bpHUti. I .. fl' war by developing ma- I the forces fully organized and when I ..t?: Flnridn.. and tim.. .amo wennirrwd I K f,. GrlfTlfl.

f Thinesvho: e frightfulness is aa yet that ii lu'complished and there is evi- to hers by i-leelwl a voto to of each(tnrea-flflh house :of that all I the hi. mum-M-ttes I Quarter.Crrtineatj-: nf Northeast No. SIS'Quarter embraces:; anf1:! North Northwest Half :

; unknown. I of Northwest. Quarter. Sec 21, Tp. 7, S. R.
lent
a sincere effort on the part of the on said Joint Resolution were .'.ole.11". '" .
.
: 2 .: 12(1( acres assessed Paul R.....
their reepectlv .loumuls. !
with 'the iindnnvi
View "t :Mnrshnl I-'uch tattle owners, county ofllcials! and oth- Ihitrt-on and; they :did. dtlormlno: yeas anil. ., rlinct I Certitlrnti. No. 272 embraces. Bust Half of

"The airplane," nssert Marshal that the laid Joint 110"01,1'00' !t... '''H"- otithvet Q"-I.r..r Vorthv.cst Otmrter,
I to with the state livestock {
crs co-operate milled to the eluntora' of the !Stale,, ut tinninorsl Sec UK. Tp. 7. S. !t. 22 B. 20 acres assessed
Koth, "capuble evi-jj fifty of currying sanitary board and the bureau, W!<-ellon In November. 1H22\ I J. II; Wilson.
NOW. I Cerltllcnto No 2Afl .imlirnreii her at OuarterSec
THEKEFOKK.: I. H (LAY CR\W-
gre lcf burdens, will provide a fresh j' it Is our purpose to facilitate the interstate l-OItn. Si-errUiry. of State of the Stat ..r I lino or One-half' mile post on N. line of
Florida, do hereby irlv notice that I &ia.. 2 and run 3 DO dtuiina n 138 ft for a
I meitriii' of flooding with poison gases, I movement of cattle through a. ,! tsrtlno pt Said pt lnlni.. BO ft from center I
i: : contained in and small bombx GENERAL EM-CrTON': :: of Ry. track, thcnco S. S4'L'< di-vrees I 1.2 paial-
: large the two local stockyards by Inspections will ... hulil In. such ertnnlv In Florida m Tin"- wIth Ry RO ft., thence N Bd/j deirrees. E.
,
not only the opposing armies but also I and certification, where the cattle day next Nur. .-,.hn.. the ft nt Mondiiy fn November. -110'1 ft.. thence N 81" di-irreea Cit ft.Ihenro .
RI
A. D. 1022. the unld Tui* Often Does More
: -: the centers( of population in the rear are handled under proper proced the I Northwest Quarter of Vortheast, ''Juai-ter,

? find even of making certain districts SEVENTH. DAY OF !NWVEMRFU' : I Si-e 2. Tp. R. S. R. 22 F... aimiwsed K. M. Kinir.lrnl .
for th, ratification or ri-Ject'nn' of the fluid ,
miHl
quite uninhabitable. Chemical warfare ure."In this connection it might be well miSt Itt-floliition proposing nmi'ndmi '0 .I 1 according. to law. tax deed will Issue thereonon In Day Than Six Horses
a
the Constitution jot the htato of Florida, vU : the 4th duy of September. A D 1922.
: will thus be able to bring about for all parties to understand that tho I Wirnca my official slicniiturc; and; seal! this ..
\ JOINT RESOLUTION Proponing nn I Iflrd clay of Auuunt. A. D. M23.O .
the most terrible and of and certification -
consequences, opening inspection -
Aim-ndmont to Section 10 of Ankle XII I W. AU5FRMAN! ,
that over huge tracts of territory." privileges\ and continuation of of ,lh' <> C'onHlltiitlnn: of the Sluto of I lurida.. I IRilnting 1 Cli.rlt Circuit Court. Bradford. Cnuntv Fla. The Fordson substitutes motors for muscles.
to Education. I I liSoill,
) Bv C. A. KNIGHT.I .
Although France is now working name dependS! upon a whole hearted lie It Ruaolved by the Letrutlnlure of th,. state ,I S.J.Gl-'l-l Deputy Clerk.

l upon artillery plans for "auper-Bcr- co-operation in systematic work by 'I of'hut Florida the :following amendment t t.. qertlon I I ___ The Fordson substitutes tractor wheels for the

thas" that may make the German long/ the cattle owners in Duval county so 10 of Article XII of the Constitution ..r uh.Stnt .- NOTICE. .OP SALE legs of man and horse.
(. of FiurI.lsinttntt to vducnllon I.... |I Notice ia hereby given to nil itersons Interested .
range bombardment of Paris small in that. the work can be successfully ac- and the name In hereby airrot-d to and, ithnll. 1 In the estaU" of William C. I'owcll late
ho .lIbm''''.... to tho vleetora of the Suite at I of ttradford county, Florida deceased ; That
comparison, the French'plan. insofar complished. This offers to the cattlemen the irt-nvral. election of rcprvwL-ntatlvm in !11I2l!> i t. Florence E. Powell fiunrdinn J ,:: of: Martha The Fordson takes the burden off flesh and

LI s gas attacks are concerned is to depend in other sections of the state an for proval or rejection i Florenco' Powell and, William C. Powell Jr..
I Section 10. The Levin lain.. may provlda will on September. Ath 1922 at 10 o'clock In blood and puts it on steel.It .
little upon gas shells but upon opportunity to get an outlet' for surplus for the division of any county or coiintitii Intocnvt.ntnnt 'i tha morning. nl'ply to Honomble R. A. Green.
1 achuol dintrlcta i and for the elictlon .- County Judire of Hradford County Florida at.
gas bombs, to be dropped from huge cattle, but the policy of the bureau fclonnlnlly of three school tnwtee who I Inhall the courthouse Int..ko.. for an onler. to *ell allows the farmer's energy to be devoted tomanagemnt
:
t aerial fleets thus destroying tho morale will be to discontinue such privilege 1 hold: their office I for two yi>nn,. .,nd who: I IHhall ,at private or. pulillo sale, all the rluht. title
have the and Interest of Martha Florence Powell and and
awervbdon of nil the KchooU not to It
4, of the civilian population. If effective work is not carried on within the ,dlntrlrt: and for the levying and Willliim. C. Powell Jr. minor heir of th5eaii merely operation.

Civilian. Made Idiots In Duval county." collection line of of n dlKtrlct public free,nchool chIp tax for within. the enchutlvfl the- I llovlnr I William named C. Powell personal dneeaiod.pmperty.In onl and to real the gives him time. It cuts his producing costs.

Toxic gas, which attacks the nervous ,dfotrlet.. whenever. a majority of the quail- ..Iaw. situated In tlradford County. Florida'
tied elector.. thereof that phy tax on real to-wit!
system, did not prove successful AN OLD Mill or pemonal 1 property ahall I vote in favor of : liloek Four Five. S!"c and Ten. except three There's a big story of savings made possible
I uch levy: provided I I that any tat authnrlxed; hundred and fifteen fact Emit and West by'
when used the did the the
by French nor 'hy thin aection ahall not exceed ten mule on j'Two Hundred, and ten fret North and South. I by Fordson. Let us ten you. Write,

lachmatory gasses; which produced I scented trouble from the way I tho ,dollar In any one year on the "taxable t''In the Southwest Corner anrl ID.ld"a.i
property. of the d ltriel. |JM. E. church. South, Mrs It. C. phone or call
only temporary blindness. Therefore Bill Jones stormed In the store that I I Mrs.. A. L. Godwin and Block Fourteen end
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposinii South Half Block Fifteen In Rant l.uwtcy. In-
the favorite French bent applicable day an i' I
C J gas:; Amendment to Article V of the ConHtitu- cated In Section Twenty-three. Also. the East

.4 for attack upon towns, because all The' paint brush whiskers on his chin lion hid, "'ciary of the Department.State of Florida.. Rolutlvo to the t!t Half of Quarter the Southeast of the Quarter Southeast of Quarter the Northwest of- J. W. ANDREWS JR.

its permanent efTrCtH l Is an improved'But half concealed a fiendish grin ; Go tt Rraolved by the hUlature of the State i I Section Twcntv-alT. all In Township Five

k form of mustard gas. I I He held within his open handA of Thnt Florida the followinK! amendment to Article I I South All that Range personal Twenty-two. property East ; consisting' of I Ford and Fordson Dealer, Starke, Fla..

I a In tho next war the aerial fleets pocket knife of our beat brand V of the 'onntitutlon of the State of Florida | loosen barrels. still fixtures live stock tools,
relative commissary shanties, waironi. saddles hsr-
dropping mustard gas gombs on cities I j And" showed with a contemptuous numbered to Section thn Judiciary 4H of aald Ui-partment Article V. be and ho, ness. Including all that certain property. nan>.

;, -* the itnma IH hereby hirre..d to and ..hat) he eil,i and set fdvth In that certain mort...".... ,
in addition to causing deaths hnort -a
many fltibmlttpd 1 to the .Iorl..... of tile HtaUf. nt the dated March 2. 1922. gIven br W. C. Vnwell ________
will likely make the places absolutely Where both blades had been broken Keneral election to .... held on the flmfc Tuesday and J. A. Howe .to the Consolidated, Naval -r- ....

after th.. fimt Monday In November. A. Stores. Company a .corporation... which! !! lmlmoriKHKu I _
uninhabitable for many days. According ( short. I> UtJi for ratification or rejii-tion, (...wit: urina. uii inv nOd ,nay or nmrcn. CMASTER'S
of See' 48. The from. 1IIJ2. recorded In MortRaire Soak No. 1. at
Lewlnlature time
to the the engineers may
report now Pans 400 I ORDER FOR PCDLlCATIOS'II SALE
to lime nnd n. the liiwiniv of any circuit require of the) public records of Bradford'
experimenting, the penetrating gasen "How did you do it, Bill ?" said It; *, provide for the appointment of one ormore Coli n Iy. Florida. Circuit, Court. Slate' of Florida. Blnhtb hereby( notice U given that under and <.
additional. Clreult Jud<. for Hitch, Cir I FLORENCE E. POWELl II Judicial. Circuit Bradford County In Chanctry virtue of tint: certain flnnl decree male anrinUn ,
will make populations of cities hopelessly He grinned but did not bat an eye cuit. Ench Huch additlcmnl Circuit Jtidire nhnll Guanlian. of Martha Florence I'owoll.!! and Wll. <. -<.l. on the L'8th day of July A. D. 1912

:: insane, killing the children and But was well primed and answered be appointed by the Governor nnd condi-mm] Ham C. I'owcll. Jr. Minor ITi-Irs of Wil 'A. D. Andrew Jr.. by the Honorable Daniel A. Simmons judge
"y the Senate ant hold office i: for >t lx yenrx, I liam C. Powell, dticoascd. I' Complainant. of the Circuit Court of Duval county, Florida'
; turning! the adults Into Idiots. quick, and ahall receive. the mime aalary anil, allow. A. Z. ADKINS. I v* toiling for and Initrad of the Juilne of the
ancea for expemieil other Circuit Judfre. I Attorney to' Guardian.. A-4-Gt-O-l ) Ester And..wa.I Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida who ivasclliuiuulifliil
,: Developing the A rtillery "Just cutting on a soft pine stick. Itw shall have nil heM"o ami perform all I I Defendant ., In that .certain caune of F real

I Armament experts ore bending every I grinned myself I did b'jing! the diitiea thnt are or may be provided. or NOTICE OF APPLIOATION FOR TAX nEE) I Tt appearing by affidavit apncndwl to the I Lntl Bank of Columbia a corporation If
prescribed by the Contitltution or by atatute UNDER SECTION: ST1 0 F TilE bill filed In the above-stated came that Ester complainant and Idelln BalUnKer et nt art
effort toward developing long- To hear that old familiar thingThat's for Circuit Juiliree, nn.l all atattitcn coneern- GENERAl. STATUTES: Andrews. the defendant; therein named I. a the umlerslfrned will otter te.
which will I Inc Circuit Judaea Bhall apply to him. Wherever Hereby notice Is given that Errol Atvares, ': non-resident of the State of Florida anil she sale :iril"rl\h; ; \ for cnHh;: to the highest and
; range guns master any opposing heard In every hardware store there are two or mora Circuit Judges purchaser of Tax Sala Certificate numbered Is a resident of the city of Aihevllle Slate of brat. bidder. In front of the courthouse door I IrStark.

? army and they report that A hundred times a year or more. appointed for a Circuit the btmlneiiB may be 2.M: "Issued by the tax colli-ctor of Rmdford North Carolina and I I. over the see of twenty- .. Bradford. county. Florida' on Mnnday. ,
divldt-fl 1 ,nmontc the Circuit .,"""" having jurindictifm County. lorlda., said certificate .being dated. one yeara I it la therefore ordered. that aid the 4th day of September, A. D 1X22durinir ,
A they have succeeded to a major de In the Clreuit and In any County in Aimust 2. I'lJO. has filed said certificate In my I non-reldont defundant, be and U hereby required .- tho leffnl. hour of tale for the purnose '
All the world knows that tho tho Circuit aa may be prencrtued hy law, and pirice and has made application for' tax deed to appear to the bill of complaint" filed of satisfying' the said flnnl decree. thffnllnwlnw
I handed another knife
gree. out where no provision hat .been mndtt. by lAW. to "Issue in accordance with law Said certificate I in said cause nn or .before Moniluy., the 4th' flrserlbed real ..tula lying and be
greatest artillery feat in history was As you've done all your business life the ,diHtributlon of the humnefia of the Circuit embrace the following. lands in Brad dny of SepU-mber.. A. D. 1022. otherwise the Inn In llradfonl county. Florida. to-wit-
: between the Circuit Judges. of the Circuit and ford County, Florida. osesscd at the date of allegations of said bill will be taken a.* confessed fttvlnnlnir. nt the Northeast corw-r of th
the German bombardment of Paris in To fellows who could tell a lie of any County in the Circuit, and, the allotment tho issiumco of said certificate Inh... name by said defendant Southwest Quarter of Northeast Qunrte "f
,. 1018: by the "Rerthns "" which hurled or ajmitcnment of matters and! case 10'' hereinafter. particularly! set forth to-wit : i It Is further' ordiired that this order te pub. Section Twenty-two Township Five South
And look in the :
you squarely eye. be heard dt-clded. ordered.. ., tried decreed Certificate No. t.IH embraces the 8 1U(, acres llahed once a week for four consecutive week linage Twenty-two East, run thence Went
shells a distance of more than 70 Next day a lawyer held me up ailjudtred' ., Rhall be controlled. or made 0"1 or the following described. piece of land towit In the Bradford County Tt-ti-irrnph a newspaper tw..nly.elx and two-third nids. thence South
nerenHary by tho Circuit Jud... holtlinw Bev at a point 210 ft S of NW Cur of published I In itaid. county and state. ahlY! rods thence West flfly-three and on..
miles. According to Gen. Herr artillery A rich man but an onery pup rommimilnn" earlient In date. No additional.. I Northwest Quarter of Southeast, Quarter ft I I 1 Thi AuiiUMt 1, 1022 thlnl roils. to West line of said Quarter Sea'
t loader of Verdun, the French e-- With knife like Circuit' Jlllh,.. or Judvea. shall be ailthorined,. } run S 7 Sll-lllil chains. E a 81-100( chains. N O. W. ALDERMXTT tion. thence South twenty rods" .to South line
a pen gapped just n to .he appointed, In a Circuit having Itws. than 7 .111-10(1' (, chains, W tt 81-100 chains to beirin- ,I (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court of said Quarter Section thence East eluhtyrods
ports today have succeeded this record "I\W- TO.IIIil) illhahltatna, by the limt Federal or State j fling I ; in Northwest Ousrter of Southeast: Quar- 'I By C. A. KNIGHT. lo Fast line of said Quarter Section.Ihonoi,
epn..", oeetirrlnir. next before the piMHaife. of ; -r Sec. 29 Tp. 0. S. R. 22 E.. I acres ......- E. M. JOHNS. Deputy Cleric Nor h eighty point of bett-Innfnir. and
which
perft'ctinguns& will dominate And I was mad but hold l my jaw. the h.w for his or their appointment. The I ed Unknown. I I I Solicitor for Complainant. 8-4-61-0-1 "MI t

all of Belgium the coast of Kng- Lt-ulHlature may rem-al any- hw nrovldlntf, for i. Unless .said certificate shall be redeemed. mo West or Nortnw I
the appointment| an 4 IditJonal) Circuit according, to law. tax deed will Issue thereon ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn Quarter of Th.QUA..te.of Suction Twen I 1
]land down the coast of Spain I\nd. in I asked How: did you &gap it, Dick ?" JudtM,. or additional. Circuit; Judirea for a Circuit. -:[on the Illh, day of pU-mber.. A. D. 1II2J. Circuit! Court. State of Florida. Eighth ty-two. South..t,. Qu"So.th. Range Twenty I
but shuch repeal shall not .,r.t the' Witnes* my official siunnture. and seal this two East
fact the entire Channel. Judicial Circuit Bradford County In Chan containing fifty more T
English He answered "On soft pine stick .term and .. acres
a salary Jurisdiction of Judtre lioldInw I loth tiny of Auxust A D lU.'J cery. ]-.

I cleared my throat, I choked, I spat an appointment. Clerk Circuit Court.OiJ'W..fo ALDERMAN. ; Irma HaMn, Complainant. A. S. C'tWs .';

; HEAVY EXPLOSIVES( SET A JOINT RESOLUTION! !'propo. I Ida.SeaO County Flor. I vm Special *"." .",
said
And "I'm sorry to hear that ln" an O. B. Hairn. Defendant D E KNIGHT. Chn.

4 UNDEK DISAItl.EK EMCINKSo I was-but why he'll never know tin Amendment Constitution to Section of the S of Htate Article..f XVI of ( 8-ll-5t-9-H It appearing. by alTiilavIt appended to the Solicitor, for Complalnut 1-4-GI9-
Relation to the Tint nf the -'-- I, hill filed In the above-taU. cause that O. B. --- --
Till he'gftshcre all liars go.. Mlllaries of State OfflcerM. Flo.ldn'l NOTICE TO RECEIVE BIDS j 11I."n. the defendant therein named. I* a non.r.eItrnt NOTICE TO BRIDGE CONTRACTORS
I'laci-d as to Explode: With First .And meets tho millions there with Ho It RPH"I ..I by the Leiilnlature of Hereby notice Is given that the Town Council of the stale of Florida and I fa .ars'siirnt SeaIr.i' l
p ro osals for
xf l'lrlhjThat i of the Town of Stance, Florida will\ recetve i I of another state than the SlAte of the |> building; a }.riIge, ove
:Movement of I Driving>> Kmlt. Nick) the following amendment' to Section 3 bids. for SIlO feet of itS Inch reinforcedrotlorete I Florida that he bvllevM that the said defend- Snnta will be F. river on the LaCrosse-Rmok,

of Article XVI of the Constitution. of the I or terra cotta pipe f. o. b. Starke, I I ant la a resident of the State of Ohio. and Is Tnistew rjiad of received bv the Board of 101
stick. R.iaiJ
Lost' whittling on n soft pine State of Florida relating to the time of Florida up .to 8 o'clock p. m., oa August lot, over the sea of twenty-ono yean I it Is there.fore Alachun and' ,B..I"e District .
Southern Pines N. C., August; 5.- payment of the salaries or State olfieverfl' th"l i Itt22. .I l ordered that said non-re*.dent dvfrndnntI Bond Tnuu C.lnly.of r the Board of
'
hereby aureed. to and ahall be Th. council reserve the right .U> reject .be and he ia hereby required tho'' RrMo"l! County.
: Twenty pounds of explosives so placed One rainy, windy dinmal. day tll'ctoru submitted and all bIde.. any: I to appear to nt the oiricn, of said board ntlt l/'OO:( .lo..ld.
of
the .
State for adoption or reI I I I J bill of complaint filed. In aid reuse on or M. 'ru.d.y. the 6lh 0'0",1
t. as ti) explode with the first movement I When April gazed on nearing May, Jeetlon: at the next general election reprenentatlves | DE WITT C. JONES. I I nefore Monday the fourth dny of September. I''t022. dal of Septmbr.l ,
to I lie held In the .ofD. C. A. FUTCH. Chol.......... )
year A. 1U.2 A. D. ItilU. otherwise the allegations. of
r of the driving roils, was found under I found tho jewel of his race- That .Is to Clerk. said The hf nil ) ?urnuh maleriali
said the
nay. section ahall be amended 7-21-2t-l-28 I bill will b.* taken .a conr......, by said de ... t..I. .1
________________ 1\ with freckled sun-kissed face to read. as follows t fendant.It "V"?." at alt The contractor.
{ boy Section, 3. The salary of every officer shall J Is further ordirtd. that this) will .riMiulrvd, to labor, tool ..n.ellllipmont ./

J : : KEEP THE KIOKEYS: WELL I And honest eyes but shef'pish'took.Who bi .payable' monthly upon hi. own rquii.tifl. REGISTRATION NOTICE ." once a week for five eonaerutlve order bepuhll.It. I'laiis and necessary swei".cations to build may said be brlduv seen at tht
week in the Rmdford County ntriai,
grinned and from his pocket took! TvU'irraph a of the fluent of Bond Trustm of Bradi.0,1"
I A : i Notice'ls ; newspaper published, in said county and tate. f.m ". 8larl' .;
JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing hereby given that the Florida. i>r at the olTcTf !
-- "broken now-toothed knife an reg This iiOth ,
IA once-wns Amendment. ... day of July. A. D. 1922.G. ot Diatrict .
t Section
y 3 of Article' VII 8. Bldll
of nc. Rom
Health Is Worth Saving and Some I /groaned, and joy went out of lif>. I the Conitltutlon of the State of Florida. Istratlon books of Bradford county W. ALDERMAN.: Gainteville.I Florida. Bor

Stark I Relating to Census and Apportionment/ nnil will be open at the court home .'LOY > Cleric CIrcuit Coo* successful blddsr will be miulrsd
.. Paoplo Know How to I to Numher" of M.-mbera of the Senate and In GREEN. furrtah' a bond In the sum of one-half t
Save It. '" '.Iy boy," I snid' "Now say it quick or the House of Henresentatlvra.' Starke on Mondays, Friday and Saturdays I, Solicitor ComplaInant. 7-2Bot-8-28. contract price. o
lIe It Ki-solved by' the Letrlslature, TI!" ""ht *Ia reserved tee reject J '.
of the State between any o' alt'
Many Sturlto:: i"'(.i|>ld take their You broke thi.-t on a soft pine stock. of Flor.dsl: I the hours of 0 a. m. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS bids
"No sir" he heart That. the following nropoeiHl amendment to 'land 12 m. and 2 m. to from 1 All persons Indibted to the estate of f.eorir; W R
said sank p. 6-p
jives In their Hands by negletttng! the ItS my Section a of Article VII of the ConHtltutlon m., :!Schlnioh. late of Ilrndford County, Florida Chsinngn. )Otil. an.1 OrlI" THOMAS I.

p : kidneys wVm thoy Unow these or "I broke It prying on H plank." of the State: .;f Florida relatinir to census sml :i' the first Monday in Auirint! Until th. 'deceased. are rtKU.ated to pay their laid debts AI..hla County. For".
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.. aupoinonmvnt.i and. to the number of mem second forthwith ant.1I pervon. having claims tITIIEWS. '.
; tan nfetl hep." \Ve.ik klilnnjs< ar. With joy I threw my arms apart her of the Senate an.I of the House of Kep.resentatlves :I'I Saturday in October for the against said estate shall Ale the same. duly Chairman. oad of Bond Truetou.j,. Bradford '

+ responsible for a vast amount of c.fflorin And hugged. the rascal to my heart. he, and the same Is hereby airreed. I registration of electors. :authenticated, .. with the nnriersia-nod adnttnia.ratrix County, 'I"rld. 8-11-9.8-21
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shall he submitted to the electors of t within one year from date. hereof or
": and ill hl'nlth-the slightest "My boy" I cried "you've saved my th. wtat of .'0.1.... for approval or rejection ,, C. A. KNIGHT they will be forever barred MASTKR-S

t lei ay IH d.ingerou/, Use Daaii'u/ KMBey t.. the next General Election. of Represents | Supervisor of Registration for Dated this llth day of Auurust, 11122. SALE
life. Ives to be helil on 'the first Tuesday. after Brad. MRS. MM BRYM4.' Nol.flgflhf"b1' '!"'" that under an" b>
Pills-a remedy that lun halpjdtuoiiHunda Here, take this pearl, four bliuleil the first Monday in November in November. fon! County Florida. 7-28-2. Administratrix of the Estate of Ceo $Schlulch 'rlaln COal' ,here, fore.
\ A of Iildncy kufferers. JU>rc A. D. 1022}I that b to >aySection 9 of I I deceased. 8-ll-Wt-l i .I.u.. by. All' '"L1,."T'"r' on July o. A. D
Article VII of 1- A. V.
knife. the .
ConstituHun of Florida Circuit Lon" Judge o' the
Is It Starke cltl en'. recommendation shsll!!, be amvnded! to rend as followat I 1I A. TONIC .NOTICE TO PEHTOUS AND CREDITORS Florida. fin "". '." "'">'.,."! County
: : rxmion .s. in. iiblature, that ahall m.ot''I All Inili-bted to the A. that Certain cause the
person estate of wherein
"But wait"I said, "just wait untilI A. l I'. 1923. and those that shall meet every. :| '*Tastelesl chili Tonic restores I Hicks late of Bradford county rluriila. E'y d.!- ,ImMo'Count. R.nk.' a rOrportion. I U com-
ki :'11'8I.: r.0vUon.Cherry st. ten O.
- nays: r years thereafter, shall! apportion the repmentation -' eeaarj. arc requested' to pay their laid debt finana. hi. O..nnn .utl Mo.. Bell.
it in five-dollar
: r "I 1 had an attack of lame back that wrap a bill. In the Senate. th. whole numberI Energy and Vitality by Purifying and forthwith. And all persona having clam Pama w and! W. B J..hnHn. Cmii.
if Senators not to exceed 88 ,,moo, I' against salil, estate shall .rlon. .nd ,
Life has some wonders yet to show and Enriching the Blood. When I Ala th. ssaie ihily VI.nl.Ca.llna
: 1 was very unnnylns! when I attempted : at th same also apportion the you feel its authenticated with the undersigned adminis Ch..a a
rep..o.'nt.tton I f
mthI'j1 h. .. .o"rlon. are de
k to sloop or lif'' I felt tired l and Ian And I'll confess I didn't knowA The l .. \l R<">prsenta.tlvea. strengthening. Invigorating effect, see how : trator. within one year from date hereof or I.ntl sell fo.. ." wl for sale

-- p guid 1 used 1'oiLn'H Kidney Pit man or boy of any rank more counties population having shall on.have h ndred four thousand representsive or. It brings color to the cheeks and howit I th \tT/i'Mi.'d' barred.of'June. A. El. 1022. J E b ttarke. ,wi.. In rmot 01.h the I. eouthouue bl..h.t and d...beet In

: _! end they rid ma (it the niliiu nt 1 Could break a knife upon a plank; and( each : the counties havinir thirty thousand Improves the appetite you v/lll] then R E HICKS I ii. 4th 8"ro'Cont5. Florida, .n Monday.
Administrator
not more than on. hundred thousand Estste Ely Hicfcs, Deceased. P. IsIS
t he I.., during
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__ 4 feel Juntlfled In rI'OIlUllf'n'illlll< such The only way to do the trick, 'mpulntlon shall have three Representative i appreciate Its true tonic values.Greve' 8-18.81-8-11 p,atfafytn..ad ou'stt:th. of
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r a worthy remedy t to others." I thought. was on a soft pine stick. hundrnl and not" more having than U B thousand flva Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply :.rtb reel ....I Inal In d.B 'do
"* thirty thousand Cotait
C FOR .
: &;: Price 6<>cnt nil dealers Uoa't population, Iron MAYOR I .
_ ; shall have. two representatives. .....h. and Quinine ausieiided| In syrup. So I .Southwest n.
k' klmply nsk for a )kidney I'powdy-get All counties having less than "ten thousand. pleasant Q Quarr ot ti,, Southeaat
Ur-v r* TVdtetoss ehU TMter live hundred even children like it. The blood uart. of
population shall have 8lol Thrty.thuf33)
I)>oan'u Kidney: PI1I!_.the name that sari The basla of apportionment on. Repre.entatlve needs QUININE (o Purify It and IRON C. L. Peek Is hereby announced a Six /lit Re.g. Teuttyt.). 'r..ohip -

r' :Mrs. LevIton I had. Foster. lnbllrn Co. '''ore'nt' *tne vitality. blood.aDd Yiu oaergY.aa by uoq purifying feel k*9trea sad..*:v> as the provided Federal. for(C.n.u.In this neit amendment preeodlna,; shall the be Enrich it. Destroys Malarial! germs and to candidate for Mayor! of Starke, ub- I>I p:... anlnln. Forty HO sacs,. more or)

Wfrs., 1t'tnl.*; uvtjtornrlnil ElUd,, Prfe* VKV portionment mad. by the Legislature. Every ap Grip germs by Its Strengthening, Invlgor. feet to voters In the city election to1' D. E: KNIGH.

c. J County shall have at least one Representa aung Effect. Oc. be held Sept. 12, 1922. *'. R. CREWS Special M.I. CIr

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) Blanton of Alachua shippt,{ The body if James Ryan, 40, t;a ..
"-:"t bale of Sea Island cotton this white saw mill worker, was found in They areGOOD
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.Ii.i It sold in Savannah last wcek the Everglades) three miles west of. Should Not Tempt You .

.. ', cents. Homestead under circumstances whit !
I indicate murder. Ryan has been missing I'
$125,000 bond ISlluo since 10 1
proposed Saturday. There was aii 1I
1.. instruction of a bridge across Ii i abrasion over the left eye, apparent! I USE i
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river at Jensen, carried by a vote j made by some blunt instrument, which .

arly two to one. i is believed to have caused 1 his death. Buy this Cigarette and Save Money
I Ryan was an electrician.A .
Padgett, formerly of Osceolv
iv drowned in Luke Apofki I shave and ;shine; ; ,
was a go together al i
a couple of days was unable to move CALiiEti" V
'r Garden, Saturday afternoon, right in almost any place, but shave his limbs. .J. (
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he wits bathing. and moonshine in a national guar

camp won't mix Two barbers, a clerk I
Probably the state record l for the
$18,000 toll bridge IH to be plat- and a negro( shoeshine artist, alll'ivll-
the Osteen ferry over the Saint ians, are in the guardhouse at Camp largest fresh water bass ever captured '
in Florida was broken Friday when The Economy BAKING POWDER
has bee
river. The contract Johnston in the custody of the military -
O. C. Honahey landed a bronze back ,
ded and work will commerce at authorities because officials early -
beauty weighing/ 18 1-2 pounds. This h

other today liquor discovered in the camp moonshine barber shop and> I I fine specimen of tho finny tribe was ) That's what: Missions of Housewives Do
caught in Lake Kldorado: three miles
namin. Livingston, It, of Day- and the camp canteen.On I II I 1
I I I east of Rustis, on an artificial minnow '
is instantly ]killed when ho hop- 'kL'-
and measured 33 inches It
in length.
IF a truck belonging to the Coo Sunday, )/ night, Sherman White,, )
was 2S inches in circumference teninches MPOW know that Good
( :: flr R) -They
oottling works at the rear of a negro about 10 rears old, was taken (((
across the dorsal (in and hud
,. .,)ant. from a deputy nheriiF of ifernandocounty !
by a number of men carried a seven inches tail spread. Tho open mu, M.er UYA Ia.UBaking: Powder can't be t 1
mouth of the bass measured seven
'torida ever begins to spin aroun short distance and swung to a limb,,
C geographical center, tho pivo after which his body was riddled with inches each way. !! .
ie in llcrnando county, twelve bullets. The negro was under arrest i I bush ': .tu sold for less ; that "More I'
northwest of Brooksville, ac- charged\ with attempted assault with' Hundreds, of of wild plums

IK to the U. S. Geological sur intent to rape two white girls at DUY-I have been gathered by the housewivesof for the
port. The lynching occurred betwl'enlJllypOt.t Bartow the last few days and 1 other Money" means .
hundreds< of bushels" will he gathered -
Morrlston wh and Brooksville. i I during the coming weeks, all to heconverted fl bale failures waste
of 0f
G. McKay, <) I I Ijj day .
njured in an Jiutomobilu' accid.n'' Lloyd Rowe, 10, son of Randcll into jellies and preserves! po ,

t,on'Jbrook. several day. aci:; !Llld< Rowe, of Lee, was drowned Wednesday for table use next winter. The crop Nh
d I In tl')- Ocala ho.spita1' in en imi afternoon in a deep pond near Lee of wild fruit never was better in Polk of time and money; that
.. The lad in bathing with two boy county than it Is this year. Wild
.i < ;.g I!! condition:: : died W td' cada; was I
Ilti never regained, jonjcio) .b- playmates and is said to have "slippedoff grapes will be gathered during/ thenext Calumet
a rock into deep water. It was :an I' few days for conversion into Jellies BEST BY TEST means economy.

hour before the boys told
ve foxes were taken by the mom edy and parties began diving by tree huckleberries, which !give i

re of the Bartow Hunt Club in a run body but without success. Finally the ,promise of being unusually'plentiful The World's Greatest Baking Powder

nail Sunday in vicinity of Survey- body was pulled up at 0 j dock with a this year.

lake in the Alturus section, of Poll hook, out of thirty feet of water. I ,-- -
J. L. Moxicy\ night foreman at the 1---- -- ---
'it\'. It was one of the most sue/ 'Tampa Dock Company yards, was (meat was not torn up' or furred... to (his stunt was pulled. The "flli.Ts! I :-1lI IUI"I"'tiH: COUNTY
,sful made by the club in many John 1\. Stevens, the manager of the ,
runs Essential Oil Company, of America, I waylaid by three men early Sunday any extent. found t IYo i.Virallon: stills, 5.1,:! liiirrclHof JllCi"n'IZlm(! : : : IIY :MOU I l Yl
II I buck il.'l:J empty hat rel.) ", two t douhV, '
s has purchased 125: acres of land in night as he was about to enter the
former mcnv riivares. Mr. Stevens will have the yard, a coat thrown over his.. head and I With a terrific explosion the big.: engine run copper worms, each about thirty- Nashville, Tenu., July :HI;).-The
Silcox !
orge E. 2I. he was thrust into a waiting automobile which handles' the! large: generator : six feet long, two triiimhs for worms, sheriff and county judge of Claiborne
and sub-divided into acre'
force land cleared
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> of the Jacksonville police at the light plant in (luincsvillujblew ono barrel of cane 35\ Tennessee with
that taken several miles into the country syrup empty county, together( a tfi
condition
sold 1 I
and only on
e t. his I loner fight .against a gas units will ; stripped and tarred and feath- out Sunday afternoon shortly jugs, axe, shovels, wllclllllll ten gallons sheriff's, party of 2,"> men, were seized t I
of each tract
1Ilicit
the world < the major portion
received war.
wound ered. Moxlcy made his way back to after dark, throwing the western half .of Rhine. by n crowd, of approximately. 2M( ) coal!
at the home of his sister, according he r used in cultivating lavender, roses, I
( of the city without electric of I II' from Kentucky
the shops Inter in the night He said ( power mine strike sympathizers
oil '
and other I'I'olucingplants
to physicians, as the result of haw geranitI which will bo purchased under I I'several others joined the kidnappersat I'any kind for! several hours. The explosion Sumo wel.'kslito the Juitnita Film Thursday night and. placed.on a

contract by claims they took his watch and money 'head, weighing nearly 500;( pound. wan I studio from the! south Florida metropolis information received! here today. I
In( April, 1921, a herd of 2,100 cat- pany. I and told him that if he returned to blown a distance of four feet on a : to ricrmoiit, alongside Lake Mlnneola Hi-fore. the men were piled\ on the

tit near Ft Ogden was sold for $21 in West ;work he would be dealt with even less dead) level where it came in contact' arid since that limo 8l'lIrl.t-lip- ,: t train, cow bells were tied. to the mher- ,'
H read. Last Friday the same herd J. Benedict passed away I gently another time. with a brick wall, und, after making pad vamps, high-hooted pirates, red ; ifs and county judge, it was said., The
was sold for $10 a head, together Palm Beach Friday from the result oft its entire imprint on the wall, droppedto eyed cowboys, two-fnr-a-nirkcil dudes entire citizenship! ia reported\ to boterrorised. '

with the natural inmrcase. This was railway crossing accident! when at Del-ho The viscera of the late A. J. McRae the floor. The damage was rerMired and ilk of Ihat Kurt have been fix eoni- i ;r

me of the largest cattle deals reported ray Thursday afternoon, was shipped to Tallahassee where it in record time and the city given moll as snow !flakes in Labrador. Thu ,
in this vicinity for a long time. Irove his car into a southbound pas- will be examined by the state chemistfor .. full electrical service. aforesaid film company brought" with If MHillC IIAVK: ItKKN:

tenger,\ train at the main Dclray rUiI-1 poison, in connection with the \ them from Tampa a troupe of actors
V young lady MissPearl Able, of way crossing of the Florida charge of murder brought against the Mrs. W. II. IJogers: and children, of and near-artnrs and with the IIHHMtnnc Speaking of "white mule," two rustic '

(Hastings, was attacked by a bull as Coast railway. Benedict was sons of the deceased.' ( The two sons Kiistls! had 'como into Wildwood. by of local talent this company Is I' sports were uncertainly Iliwerlng
ployment. She was able to hold the .heory Is that he was HO absorbed in I putting paris green in his coffee. The a train which would, carry them to the ,h'ulltiful lakes und hills as a II "Hill," said Henry, "I wantchu to) '

nut) by the horns until aid reached thought that hu crashed into the movIng alleged motive was to get his money. their destination! a young Wildwood background. On of tho mi mbpr, of I drive very careful.! Firs thing y'know i

her and the perambulating) beefsteak train. McRae died at Moore Haven May ti i, man named! Young, volunteered to the company is credited with saying you'll have us in a ditch."
was made to hyephus down the big I and his body was brought to his old carry them to Kustls in his cur. At a that no lovelier spot cmllii, have been "Me?" said Hill in nf i Gentile Brothers, of Cincinnati; 0., found in Florida) the hole world I thought was driving."-
road home at Tifton and interred An investigation point where the road to Umalillu Joins or w "Why you
one of the biggest; fruit shippers in I by the authorities at the other highway the hoy lost control for that matter, than the red hills. Minneapolis Journal.
The purchase of the T. Murphy IronWorks the state, said to rank perhaps fourthr Moore Haven resulted in the sons helm of the machine und it whirled and silver lakes of Lake county
by tha Merrill-Stevens Drydock fifth in the state in the amount of ; arrested and Repair Company marks the paa- fruit shipped, have bought\ tho big I it buck in the road and! in doing so Motorists who have mArin the run Tn ...1 the .ir.*nti'' r ill fur.. 'ull name.. f.AXA"
sage into history of one of the oldest I.i: ightsey and Lewis grove on Crooked 1 1Lake. Hospital attendants: who searchedhis struck a rough place and the Car turn- i!between I Lakeland and Ha r low a few I rive. W.OUOVK IIUDMllulliNlNK, TuneSCntdlnout..o..kr..INIIA'.ofII. lJ.y. kfttnp '
and gives the Probably the fruit from it I willie ed In the ditch! times will recoil a huge red rooster I rutiull anti tauad. wine.. eat wjilt off olii. 33e: k
firma in Jacksonville, clothes and effects in an effort to turtle, und upset along ,
MerrillStevensconcern water front shipped front the packing 'house ,I learn the address of relatives of J. 11. the road' side The party was Imprisoned ,,, that strutted along the highway at :, -- --- --
which are hey own at Frostproof. The price I I Haskell anti who had, a habit of Rutting .B
holdings on East Bay street Smith, who died at Palm Beach Monday under the car and before they
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worth between threp quarters of a' paid is said to bo between '$2.'iO,000: ()() I I night' !. from what physicians termed I could be resucwl the infant drown !, In the way of almost every machine : -

million and a million dollars and $27:>,000 and, the deal was closedeveral lark r f nourishment, have announced /Iril and the mother and other childwere |:'' that pusdwl. The rooster! in no

days ago. I that they discovered more than bruised,) I! more. He was struck by a IIL1butt'R'Y
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John Matcovitch( a cigar maker was I the''',.17,000: : ) in currency in the clothesSmith I chugging along at more than a mile I I
i instantly killed, and O. O. B. Sprayer, Governor Hardee has appointed ware when he entered tho In- Considerable excitement resulted a minute. Deputy Sht'rlffVilIiamlll ,fin''
, of Tampa, was perhaps fatally injured railroad commission as the state body stitution. Smith, who was about ((53 from a hunt by the sheriff and, picked finished the fowl, and, was almost finished -

I this afternoon when the automobile to function in the nation-wide distri- years of at'P, had been in West Palm men in the vicinity of Maxville, ('lay.: himself. Williams, patrollingthe < 1
Sprayer was driving skidded on the bution plan, at the request of Secretary Beach about two years living the life county, recently. ,Sheriff Weeks.., it in > highway on a motorcycle, was
Plant City road and overturned in the of Commerce Hoover. It will be 'of a recluse and during: the last sev- aid, can detect: the odor of Vhino along i I passed. by a flivver whoso driver hallt '"
ditch. Matcovitch's skull was fractured the burden of the commission to distribute I eral months he hail subsisted on a liquid way, and yesterday, following i moving along at forty per, accordingto \
! while Sprayer suffered several the coal stocks in this state I diet composed almost exclusively the sense of smell led him to the bock ;' tno speedometer on tho motorcycle.

fractures and many bruises and con- under the priority method outlined by of milk. of Westberry GrilTl.V, field at MaxViJIe'I' Williams sot nail after it and the flivver We grind Our Own Lenses
tusions. the committee sitting at Washington. This. find walt one of the having gained a bit the deputy
[ In addition to insuring a fair distribu- \ In one of those miraculous accidents plete yet located In thin section of the \was forced to speed up. Williams'. NODELAYgainesIille.

tion of fuel, the commission is also in which spectators ghuddering- country and much "credit, Is duo the I speedometer was register' 02 miles an '

ASPIRINSay charged with maintaining reasonable ly look for fatalities which do not ma- heriff's office for the manner in which ;I' hour when the rooster got in his way Florida.. M Ml

(prices. terialize, a Hyde Park car junmpcd', ,at Hoskell.\ The air won filled withfeathers ; w '
DOSE OF CAr O IEI. fl' this motorcycle skidded andthe l ml < n : t
the track in Tampa, ran almost across NEXT ,
"Bayer" and Insist! Last Friday while Sidney Johnsonwas the boulevard: and wrecked a Buick l1LlVATE YOU deputy was thrown. When the \\ COFFINS & CASKETS r' w

working on the edge of a pond at automobile. The car, one of the new I machine and I Williams came to a halt And a Full Line of I

the Glen St. Mary nursery, he wis "katydids" was proceeding west on It d in Mercury, Quicksilver Shocks the deputy' discovered that he had been *UnJtrtak .,. Supplies t'
i Q bitten on the leg by a large rattle the boulevard section of the line. Near Liver and Attack Your Hones II thrown thirty-four pace from the cy- ,-- .

snake. He was rushed to Macclennyand Howard avenue it jumped the track cle. He escaped with nothing more AUTOMOBILE HEARSE

medical attention given and he Is and plowing almost entirely across Calomel salivation Is horrible. It than bruises. The speeding flivver got Always on hanrl. The but HI'I I
(now able to be at work( again. Owingto : the boulevard wrecked the automo- i swells the tongue, loosens the'teeth :away. eke at the lawmt price

I the fact that the young man had bile, the driver escaping injury. The I and starts rheumatism. There's no I cial attention to telegraph err
the foresight; to at once draw most of street car was not damaged. The pave reason why a person should take sickening I Subscribe for the Telegraph. re- Registered Embalmer.'t S
I., the poison from( the wound with his calomel when a few cents buysa --- --
mouth no( doubt saved his life. The no Worm in a Healthy Child. large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tonea The Quinine '.i.at OIK nut Affect ."? Item.! DeWTIT C. JONES I
the stroke, : 11.t'puse, fir Its tame! and ln...rlva rrtnct, i. ..Xtnvh .
delivering for calomel. It
after
I snake, All children. troubled with Worms have ao uo- perfect substitute UKOMO Ql 11INK! : (Tab .l.) ran I... tutee STARKE FLA t!
disappeared. hwlthycolor.whk:Is ludlcau poor blood,and ass l la a pleasant vegetable liquid which by anyun without .......ln4 n"rviiuitiift ","r "*iaflla ;
Unless you lee the name "Bayer" onpackage rule, th.... Ia more or l... nonuch diunrbence.GKOVE tint h...... E.W.GRavt: 1 its "..u.. t ,- CJD mcDQDDamm'mllmmaW( (
will start your liver Just as surely as I
tablrU arenot getting I ;S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regularly
or on you Jack Coleman, of Dade City, had a for two w three week will enrich the blood. calomel, but it doesn't make you sick S 5"4
tho |
genuine Payer product pre-
1 death and Improve lhedl. o.aod stxu aai....r.lIk..lllb. I I
Mfibed by physicians over twenty-two narrow escape from instant ''nlng Tonlo to th.whole,...... Nature will! then and cannot salivate.
yean and proved safe by million for I as it is, is still confined to his bed throw olt or dlo",1 .worms. id the Child will be Calomel is a dangerous; drug, besides 1
Colds Headache I from injuries rt-ceived from falling la perfect he>''ti.-Pleawai. m.k>..'73c per Ixiule Jt/ may make you feel weak, sick GENERAL INSURANCE

Toothache LumbagoEarache from the second story window of the and nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose

Neuralgia Rheumatism Pain, fain I I Coleman residence, while walking in Habitual 14 Constipation to 31: Days CuredIn a day's work. Take a spoonful of HAROLD C. WALL ;

which his sleep Tuesday night, striking on LAX-FOS WITH! PEPS!. U a special. *, nece sary. Your druggist says if you
contain Accept only "Bayer"directions.package Handy! boxes the head and shoulders. Fortunatelyhe prepared SyrupTonlc-Laxa'Jve for Habitua don't find Do Json's Liver Tone acts STARKE, FLORIDA ,
of twelve proper tablet oust few cent. Druggists landed on the soft ground( under Constipation. It relieves promptly but will wake up feeling great. No salts
also sell bottles of 24 and 10O. the window, missing a stone sidewalkby should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days better than treacherous calomel your FIRE. LIFE. BONDS AUTOMOBILE I IS

Aspirin Is the of trade Monnaceticacideater mark of nayerNsnuf"et.ure oftiahoyhaacid. a few inches. No bones were bro- :' to Induce.ulateo.regular a Very action.Pleasant\ It Stimulates to Takj e andRe SOt Dodgon's Liver Tone instead and you |I

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THE SMALL: HOYS' CLUB 'i COMMISSIONERS FIX TAX it is determined and hereby Is declared I the amounts to be appropriated to tho NOTICE

;, k11 Bradford! County. Infograph; KATE FOR FISCAL YEAR that a tax rate of five mills upon I different accounts out of the total tax- -

The kids of Starke have now a clubroom the dollar be levied and assessed for I es levied for all purposes. This is to advise that I v.i,I

m I" b i ht'deeldyand entered as It is not bought or rented but (Continued From Page 1.1>)> the year A. D. 1922, on all property There being no further business, the my same old stand at the 01''I dt I'
second class! matter, at the post to meet in regular !haying and ginning cotton ,
Il office at Starke Florida. has been appropriated by inches, un- dared to allow the proper credits upon embraced within the boundaries of board adjourned \ or.
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1. = = _.. til the only way to close it would be I j tho account of the tax collector. each of the several bonded special tax session first Monday in September, son having cotton to sell or t II', 1\.

E. S. MATTIIEWS Editor and Owner to secure the door with a padlock. j districts as above named, lying and 1922 ned, I will be more than pi II
; Total amount of state tax: for which
i I Small boys, like, cats, soon find out being in Bradford county, Florida. G. W. ALDERMAN\ hove them call on me then,
credit
I ; ? I.. After the rail strike had gained who like them, or otherwise. They l i was allowed, $322.01. Resolved, that the tax assessor in Clerk and Auditor S, R. JO i

I d the bought truck decided that Col. C. L. Peek liked I chil- Total amount of counttaxes for and l for the county of Bradford and
headway government / dren and to I which credit was allowed, $((119.8'J.!) and he is
they\ began gather, firston ( state of Florida! be hereby

order i the steps of his office! then on the Total amount of poll taxes uncollected directed to levy and assess the foregoing

to run its own trucks( for l'lIrrylnnof porch, later inside the office, and finally $02.00.Total I taxes, as fixed and levied by

1 +I mail), should it become necessary. It ventured to the corner where tho | amount special district bond this board upon the property as lev- flli

helped the Republican tiro manufacture Indian bust stands and the colonel's taxes uncollected, $60. 5.I I ied, and that ho extend the taxes on

i t r a goad deal, and soon they can piscatorial trophies! hang Front thereit '' Total amount sub-school taxes uncollected the valuation of such property according I

I buy the tires buck from the government I was only n step to the back! room, : $75.33. to said millage/ as fixed and determined I

; i r 1 nt less than cost price. I where there is a box full 01 old magazines II i Total of all, $1100.71. I by this board on all the I

-- and books. I The board then proceeded with the property subject to taxation in the i 1e J L ,I
M
1 Now the club is firmly established./ 1! ,matter of fixing the rate of taxation said county of Bradford, as to all I
Why is evolution Ruth u bugaboo tot
i' some ministers They seem too anxious The boys play checkers, look over ;| for the county and school district for taxes levied and intended to be entered I

magazines and comic supplements, the yenr A. I). 1922, and after careful on the assessment roll under the ,
for a fight, HO anxious arc they
I 4 thut they fight their friends. If we tell experiences and so on. Sometimesgrave I consideration\ of the estimate of receipts head of county taxes and upon all

can get them to learn tho truth about disputes arise on such subjects, and estimate of expenditures, property lying and being within the

a the whole matter, they will see that for instance as whether a tadpole I fit was .determined by the board that districts as named within the countyof

the first writer on evolution wrote' turn into a fish or a frog, or whether ,i j, the rato of taxation necessary to meet Bradford as of the first day of Jan- su II IILi

d ; ';I Gcnesin.-Lake Butler Times. But a crawfish can pinch harder than a I J l such expenses would be for each of uary, A. D. 1922.
pinihbug, and the colonel is then ( the following mentioned purposes, the Resolved( further, that the Clerk of
I Xi a i i { things.creation Get and your evolution dictionary.are different I' ed upon to be the judge 'all-I|I I amounts estimated, declared! J and lev- the Circuit Court and Clerk of this

: Col. Peek seems to view the appropriation I!lied! viz; board be and he is hereby directed to II

of his office with equanimity I: In order to meet the estimated 1 ex- furnish to N. D. Wainwright tax assessor -
i I "Tell it to the marines! It is said I '
and all well behaved boys are eligible penses of the county, it is determined of Bradford county, a full and
ii ;C that an explorer has found a spot I to membership. As we have no I and hereby declared that a tax rate of complete copy of the foregoing min- .

,' among the block mountains of northern other kind in Starke, the club is constantly :|| five mill upon the dollar levied, and utos! ,, in so far as it relates to the subject -

: I British Columbia where rivers of growing, and Colonel Peek it is hereby imposed upon all tho u* levying taxes, etc. -

'hot water, issuing from springs, make has the thanks of the parents as well property lying and being in the coun- I Resolved further, that the clerk and( I II
the climate tropical and the vegetation / as' the for his ty of Bradford the first day of ,
if boys kindness and gen- on auditor of the county be notified of
exceedingly luxuriant. Let alone erosity. January, A. D. 1922, for the general ,
tho fact that every foot of that coun- I fund, to meet the current expenses of I I '

try has been explored.by gold hunters NOTICE TO MASONSIt ; the county, and to provide for the expenditures I ii
over and over again, and no such spot I estimated In the budget
II as
ti ; It has ever been heard of, the circumstance I i !III
ia the intention of Bradford Lodge; hereinbefore set forth. | L"ENTAWORD
that several animals of distinctly
i r of Masons to hold a picnic at Kings.iIcy To meet the expenses estimated to I j t t
arctic habitat said to
are
lake on August 24th, Thursday,j be necessary to be paid of th' Fine I ) I
abound there jives, the I
explorer
i ( away and invitations are being sent to all and Forfeiture Fund, it is determinedand I II '
I} as an able liar. I I !,' \
Masons and their families. All Masons hereby declared that a tax of l1'fc
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in this section of the state, not afflliated '': half mill upon the dollar be levied one-I I
WANTED White colored to i
or man
111.'I
i From all the state 1'I
; over come re-
with Bradford Lodge, are re- sessed and is hereby imposed upon ))
ports of heavy crops of pears The quested to send or bring their name the property lying,: and being in the ,work on farm.Store Apply at Brownlec'sJewelry It* :: ,.! What ft Really Means

Chinese sand pear is rapidly finding and address to the following committee ', county of Bradford on the first day of I .. -- .-- I I : .

t' an Important place among fruit trees : F. L. Turner, G. M. Inman, F. F. !I January, A. D. 1922, for the Fine and FOR SALE-Don Donlison strain i

of Florida. This tree Is absolutely Stump. | Forfeiture Fund, to meet the current Ithode Island Red pullets for winter j i It moans Genuine Ford Parts, I

blight proof and will do well without The committee does not want to ov- expenses as estimated in the budget.To laying. $;) per trio. Mrs. T. L. ; I
cultivation. It is doubtful if there \Is erlook a single member of tho fraternity cover the amounts of the esti- Wainwright, Lawtey, Fla. 811it I' 50 per cent of which retail for

another fruit tree thut yields so heavily and for that reason are asking mated expenses for keeping the roadsin I less than 10 cents. It means a |

r year after 'year. The pears, while .I their co-operation in supplying their I good shape and for the construction FOR SALE-Cheap for l'ash-Servlce ; Repair Shop where expert Ford l'I
tough and flavorless when eaten raw, name and address and repairing: of bridges and oth- and battery business. Splendid location 'I'

are good when cooked and preserved I er necessary expenses to keep the' and doing good business. Mechanics perform the work.It .

and they sell readily. Some trees.are SHOPMEN: PUT THEMSELVES: 1 roads of the county in good conditionand Good reasons for selling. 'R Bur- Honest Courteous

!t reported to have yielded fifty bushels I ON RECORD AGAINST OFFER provide other roads necessary, rows, Starke, Fla. It. means giving -

this season, and if only the low priceof as l is estimated by the board of bond Prompt attention to the e

a dollar a bushel realized, it pays Refuse to Submit the'Seniority Question trustees of Bradford county, Florida, AGENTS WANTED- + well for the picking and marketingthe nal Watkins Products. Good city i''
to the R. R. Labor Board it is determined and hereby declared
only expense incurred. that a tax of four mills upon the dol- territory still open. Get our wonderful I It means to constantly supplyyou
I offer and free samples. Write I
q New York, Aug. 9-Twenty-five lar be levied, assessed and is hereby I with a Ford Service that
A long lost acquaintance, the Congressional today. The J. R. Watkins Co.,
I thousand rail shopcrafts workers, imposed upon all the property, lying
Record appeared Dept 70, Memphis, Tenn. 8-11-It* I will mu and keep an
our VKvou
: ( ) on you
through David Williams, secretary of and being in the county of Bradford, 'I
1 I desk the other day, and readily found the eastern. strike committee, today I i on the first day of January, A. D. 192L FOR SALE-Fine Barred Rock fry- I enthusiastic member of the
the well-worn old path to the
1 I same sent a telegram to B. M. Jewell nt ] to meet the current expenses of the era, weight 2to>> 3 Ibs., :30c per great Ford family.
r waste basket.", It contained what appeared I I
Washington, putting themsolves on 'i 1 county as estimated. lb. Well marked, pure bred Barred ,
to be a gabble between two record as refusing to accept Presi-1| To meet the interest payments and Plymouth Rock pullets, and cockerels ) We are Authorized Ford Dealers.

toothless Senator old Norris ladies"" the of Nebraska disputants, and being dent Harding's proposition for submitting ';! provide a sinking fund for the ulti- $1.50 each. Eggs for setting, I I We can supply you with any product -

the seniority, question to the mate redemption of county bonds in $1 per setting of 15.Iiss: E. S. I the Ford Motor Co. makes.
Alabama and tho
of
; HefTUnfl I
I'.. fenator the Muscle Shoals railroad labor bOil rd. pursuance of the requirements of the Tison, Starke, Fla., Phone 12J.; It* | I !
subject was propo- The telegram rend: law, it Is determined and hereby declared i
sition. From the admissions of each that tax rate of mills FOR SALE-1 good mule and wagon, I
I "In behalf of 25,000: striking rail- a eighteen
tot the disputants, neither was sure o'f (dollar $100 one $000 grist and feed I J. W. ANDREWS JR.
w.iv shopmen in tho New York dis- upon the be levied, assessed! ; ,
what he was talking about and tho !' tract' we endorse your stand in refus-I| and is hereby imposed upon all tho $325; mower and rake, $35; mill'l
Ford and Fordson Dealer Starke Fla.
gabble brought no result. But it consumed ing to accept the compromise proposition property lying and being in the countyof disc harrow, $10; one big and I Iii ,

the time of the senate and the of President Harding.[ The 'Bradford on the first day of Jan- eral small plows and cultivator,
dispute, therefore,fulfilled all the requirements I cheap mill and boiler, $-10. All
morale of the strikers is perfect. I uary, A. D. 1922.I ; cane t
11 from the standpoint of "Many of the strikers are ex-ser_I To meet the current expenses incidental in good order. A. F. Peterson, at

"the most"dignified/ deliberate body in vice m"cn who fought,: under( the stars and necessary to the operation Brownlee's Jewelry Store-, Starke. -

the world. and stripes .in the late war. These of the public schools of the coun- It*

,' men have witnessed our so-called I ty, to pay the salaries of teachers and .. HAROLD HUME Wm P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON. Jr.
]MONEY: IN BANKS NEW CATALOGUE-Fall edition. Provident VlccPro.id S.C.A Treas.Best
American railway executives hire the i I repair schoolhouses as estimated by
cheap Chinese and Hindu labor to try ', the county board of public instruction, Contains a fund of fine informationfor Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry

A contemporary points to money and break the strike and under no circumstances j it la determined and hereby declare the newconjer or beginner and
piling up in banks as evidence of national of great value to those already familiar Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices
will these former soldiers ,, that a tax of ten mills upon the dollar
prosperity. Under some conditions agree/ to allow this conglomeration of t be levied, assessed and is hereby imposed with Florida truck growing.If Prompt Shipment

it might/ he evidence of such unskilled( : foreign workmen to be con- J upon all the property in the you are not already receiving our
.
but not under A.k your neighbor -lie know
results Money
present catalogue, write today for
Bul-red as favored employes of the : county of Bradford on the first day of copy.-
la up" because it Is not.active 1 Get New July lot price Ii at, JUST ISSUED.E. .
"piling railroad) Kilgore Seed Co., Plant City, Fla.
to satisfy the autocratic desirer January, A. D. 1922. ,
in business and Industry, and the reason of the American railway kaisers I j To meet the outstanding indobtcdness \ 8-4-4t 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville, Fla,
I it is not is because business
active frn condition of industrial slavery according to the .estimate, it is ..
,' and Industry are to see what -
waiting fur railway employes.> i determined and hereby declared that a .
is going to happen at Washington and I
"Let us assure you again we want tax rate of two.and one-half mills up- !
elsewhere." When there is national
rill compromise and urge that the fight I on the dollar be levied, assessed anti -

prosperity money is not in the banks be fought to a finish right now on its is hereby imposed upon all the property ) WORK'I I

but Is at work. merit and the present administration in the county of Bradford( on the
The big,: fact overlooked Is that business I When You Have
In control of our government be forced first day: of January, A. D. 1!>22, to Nothing
.nd industrial bank loans are decreasing -
I SAVE.
to show! whether it stands! for 1'1.111Jmt.I..ul1lsII1 meet the current expense.
in about the same proportionthat ,
or the brand of Amoricun'sin According to the millage so deter- I
is piling in the banks. I TURN OVER.
money -up '
represented by a few hard- mined, fixed and assessed, thee total
Outside of speculative purposes! money '
bailed railroad officials who would ; millage to be entered in the column You SAVE AGAIN.I'
can now be obtained for legitimate I II .
wreck our entire country in their lust provided for county taxes in the assessment
business on more favorable terms! than I fn.- power" I roll for the year A. D. 1922 KEEP SAVING.
I
for months! but business does I not care
,i is 18 mills upon tho dollar to cover a
to take tho risks involved. Tarlfl'dl' I Want
REALTY ] Money KEEP
lay alone Is seriously affecting bualness TRANSFERS I total estimated! expenditure of $ TURNING.
Estimates having been made by the
and, in addition, there are other During the wk G.: M.\ Inman, local f L !
trustees of the several special/ I tax
measures pending which make loans! representative. of the E. A.
Strout school districts numbered 1 2 31
,
inadvisable at this time. Senator Bo Farm Agency, has made I
sales as fol- 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 25,
rah when ho
', is right says uncertainty lows: 27,28 and 31 as recorded in this book Carry out the! above policy and you will have money. Each year you will
; regarding taxation is raising the devil A. A. Williamson of Tula
Honduras six on 112 continuing to and including
; page have more
_ t with business. the J. tf. Bojd farm three miles money.
.
119 minutes of
page county
( Men who have money prefer that southeast of Starke.

banks should take risks under present 11. II. of I commissioners.
Young, Forest Park
111., 1 The trustees of the several distrf!
conditions. If their money does not the J. O. Haynes residence, corner of above named having certified the cts But to do this it is advisable
,, earn, it's safer in banks than else Cherry and South rate

; ;. ;, where. While banks may in certain' Edward Burns, streets of Dallas, Starke., Texas,J I determined of millage!! voted that to a be tax assessed. rate e,.t'' lt was When You Have Money to have banking connections,
first
ways strengthen themselves whenmoney who recently purchased the Gaskina three as a means of saving,
mills the dollar be
; is piling up, they, like Individualfl 1. residence property on Madison street, I Is hereby upon Axed and assess levi'jj, and It and then for convenience in
{ would rather money were active has increased his holdings old againstIthe
there You
by
of each ot
nut cannot force business! and Industry purchasing seven acres In the western I property the above the transaction of your in-
named special tax dist
to borrow. They are no more prosperous part of town.R. I .rlcte for the creasing business.
i' than are business. and industry, 11. Sturkey year, A. D. 1922, on all'she property ,In

'. for money as a commodity is "cheap, part of town. :Mr.one Starkey acre in the came west to :,I,' the county within of the Bradf6 boy 'ld; ,lying, and being Want More This bank is ready to serve

_, a when it is plentiful and "dear" when Starke some time ago, and this is an I' the several .ndary of each of you.
'i,; it is scarce. The law of supply and additional purchase. special tax school, districts|

1 is:' demand operates with money as with During the past week George C. I above To meet mentioned the and d eSCfl'b e d.

,: any comnlodlty.-Ex. White, E. R. Nelf and J. M. Mitchell payments and
Y. well known .Starke citizens, have i provide a sir ding' fund for the nltU BANK OF STARKE

l ,"': Peppers in large quantities are being bought water front lots at Kingslcy bind t 1 re d err' 'Ption of the bonds In;he .
yr sent from Starke daily. This II' numbered
crop lake. trial tax districts
I 3 and 2" Paying' by check is easy. '. Paying by check i i. safer
j, i ,, grows here as well as anywhere and the boundaries of said clfs.

1+ promises to 'become ond of. our sta Madison: Shaw was among the I/d t r c on sa.Dove named being duly record. E. MATTHEWS, Pres. GEO. C. WHITE, Cashier

pies. Brooker visitors to Starke ;Monday 6, rr pag*. 113 and 118,of Book No. .
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Y FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. 1022.
I BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRA1>H. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE 'P; k kS

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I During the shopmen's strike the

1 I Peggy engine must be satisfied with .
Fair Pric-sI and .
Itto i|i such repairs as can be given It by Wm. :

r, Bits of Local I Struth, who has it In charge. So far 1

Mr. Struth who is excellent
an ma- ,

n. i\\ I|Il'Ilinist.' has been able to keep his! pet i .

Information 'Iiio 'I ,I running.A : BeerTires 4


dwsonrrwAt/ ., **..< a..M..4 son was burn to Mr. and Mrs. :
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!a** C.V.owI -
Ralph E. '
I Rhodes, of Tallahassee, on In

LU 6rtrs. -_ ...!.-:.4.a I the flth inst. Mother and baby ate at We "aa,, give you+ just what you v t'

...., .1" t".......-1- ....- I the home of the young man's grand- Stock ;,
want whether it is cord or fablk. We
parents\ Mr. and Mrs. J. ,
A. S. Crews is in Madison visjr L. RrnwnK-i and Mr and Mrs T. N., I M. Alvarez, .
i Natives. Limbaugh. on Walnut] street. lie bears: the; name in dlSizes have-tha,fa acus Goodi-kh SHvxi .mm /

____ of Riilph E., Jr. ,
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Cord its cizcs from 30 x 31/y' asp ,-rd f
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W. J. Grant, of Jacksonville, spent I'
,day in Starke. bought Dr. J. O. Haynes'H. residence has been I John Shaver and daughter, Miss the Goodrich 55" clinch*? fit?.fc.We f,
by II. Countr of Chicago Margucite, of Brooker are comfortably

Miss Etta Tisqn was -a visitor:! to' who: will soon movo his family to their quartered in a largo army tent *!! Cairo *>f die old tire and p-ii qti .

: new home. at the :Matthews place, Kinfrnlcy lake.
>ii 'ksonvillo last week. ; I the new onse-save 701 all tl .ut uiusa I ;
I They had as guests! during the weekend 1 ',1I ,1\\ tI

See tho advertisement of C. L.I W. M. Wainwright, bank examiner I Miss Sara Jordon .and Dr B. J. and fusa without tiara cwr. ,

,. in this Issue. spent tho first of tho week in Stnrko Davis., of Georgia ; }
I loges !I with his parents Mr. and Mrs. N. D. I Tike big point is that after vs tawe

Wainwright. O. J. Phillips, of Miami was in "tp acid tire still iatesreMedin I i il
Mrs. II. E. Lagergren is visiting t tJativcs t you a we arc ,
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Starke Wednesday. Mr. Phillips has l R
? in Jacksonville. I been I I it. That's liow xvc told ,
Mrs\ S. E. Brownlco and Telfnir T a member of tho fire departmentof t \ ? ,

Mrs. C. H. Reel, of Tarpon Springs,' Long motored to Palatka Monday, the "Magic City" for several! years. I 6 ou: customers. Come in

visiting Mrs E. M. Davis. j and while there arc guests of Judge He now has a short vacation and came \ ..,,
to this and IIOHwe "
section
to visit his parents Rev coon see
and Mrs. A. V. Long. I ,;
and Mrs\ D. L. Phillips, who live west "
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of Jacksonville
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Frank Pomeroy, of ''rl serve our customers. yJ' t'

\ 'IS a visitor to Starke Sunday !i Capt. D. C. Jones i Is having a concrete I Lawtey. '1, \

floor laid in the front portion of 'J" .J h

Mrs. H. M. Barker, of Plant City,;: hIs< bottling works as! well af! repairing Mr. lId Mrs. E. W. Roberts! and --- -- \,1. II"
Crews last daughter Betty Marie of LeI's burg, I !
us a guest of Mrs. A. S. and remodeling.Mr. I I; l'
l motored to Starke Wednesday andspent
/cek. t 1"1rJ'
several dnys with her mother, .c : 6 ."
JIU'kson.1 and Mrs. Homer'n. Limbaugh I '!
Mrs. J. L. Warren. On their return
Miss Williard Bishop, of of Tallahassee/ have been visiting his

die, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh homo they were accompanied as far '
as Gainesville by Miss Ida Warren and rJ'
at their Kingsley lake cottage '
I'd! Ncff.
i j Miss! Olga Fuloher of Jacksonville.! AI

P. A. Crosby, Brooker merchant, i| Senator E. E. Canova is having hill r/f/ >
The busy operator at Starke's Telephone -
board
mid< business with the county residence on Ninth street thoroughly I
Exehsnge'got! jut ono minute's
\tonday. j' ,nvet hauled! and extensions added. Contractor _
I rest Friday afternoon. It wa I '
; Koon is doing the work.
Hilda Struth and Lucille I I at 6:23: o'clock, when nil the telephones It

Misses I in the country stopped for one 9
Mitchell were visitors to Jacksonville!' j G. Kirk Lewis, formerly of Starke & !
i minute while the body of Alexander
list week. and the Telegraph writes us thut he
Graham Bell, inventor 'of the telephone .... .. ..wwo..r'r
Is now the purchasing(nt for a big I .r.r.ate+ wi+.ww..a.w .nu.- -- --.w -'-
was lowered into the grave In
G. C. Linvingston, of Tampa, spent contracting concern in Baltimore. '

with hit! sister, Miss Kate Nova Scotia. .. ..... .. .. .
Sunday 1 T :,
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Livingston.Otto W. A. Scott is looking after the insurance I J.'i, _-.,;, ,, _,,,, _, } .jF > rt' .
The old fowl house that stood in the

business of Harold C. Wall couithouso yard has been removed, to r n n r'4f,'.,.-.. .' ,..1_,- ",d .355 'Ii > li
,
GrofT, of Bradentown, was a while the latter is away to encampment make place for another building. It 01&; & v 1 J'J'I \
guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. G. as second lieutenant of Co. G. J t.
was bought by a party living west of -I';

M. Sistrunk. Messrs. C. A. Knight and Herbert Starke and hauled bodily on the Con- ,I ... .. .... .
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Misses Allie Mae and Irma Haynes Hitch left Wednesday afternoon by sumers Lumber Co's. big truck to its DEATH OF MR. McLARENThe @@@@ @@@@@@@@@@ : @i4tA@itMti@tllID@@mQtQO! !

of Vidalia Ga., spent Friday here automobile for Wnynesville, N. C., destination. The load was heavy and 4
I unwieldy, but was safely carried to
with friends. where they will spend several weeks. its! destination.J. following. from the Atlanta

Journal of August 2nd, rives the particulars
Geo. Thomas and family, of Stuart Mrs. R. B. Neal, who has been I of the death of Mr. Richard 4i
of Gainesville is visiting
W. Hayes, ,
are now occupying their cottage at spending several weeks with her par his uncle, E. W. Hayes, for n I*. McLaren father of Mrs. O. L..
lake. ents Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Willa, left of this
Kingsley few days. After viewing,Starke aniconsidering Haynes, city:
their Friday for her homo In Roanoke, Va. I its future possibilities Mr. Richard P. McLarin, 77 years _.." i i

F. A. Scott and family are at bathing in Kingsley lake and drinkingof of age, of Fairburn prominent churchman

Xinwsley lake cottage for the remain- T. N. Kendrick is now one of the i tho famous Hellbronn Springs water i and head of many business enterprises

d-r of the bt"lIm'er. grocery salesmen in F. A. Crowder'sdepartment I he is so much impressed thut he died Wednesday. morning at
store, where he will be i home. He had been in
his failing"
he wants his father to sell out in
of Gainesville, spent: to sell good to his! many friends.M's says
glad
Johns
A. B. health for the past two or three years.
of Mr. and Gainesville and t move here. Elberton Blue Granite"THE
the week-end at the home I I N. G Hayes of Brooker, celebratedhis Mr. McLnrin; who was born and lived Georgia
Errol Alvarez. '>8 Sue Alderman, of JacksonvilleM -, life Fairburn
all his in
Mrs. practically ,
72nd l birthday Sunday. All of his : STONE ETERNAL"And
Henrietta Padgett and John p"I.j
member of. tho Methodist
I was a
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. White are gett of Luke Butler were guests on I children and grandchildren were'prl's- church of Fairburn and for years had GEORGIA MARBLE in its various shade make
few weeks at the Brown Tuesday at the home of Mr. and :Mrs ent, besides a good a of its Sunday
spending served as superintendent -
and friends and also his twin
cottage Klngsley lake. G. W. Alderman. brother, O. C. Hayes, of Dillon S. C. school. At one time he held a MEMORIALS t

large part of the stock of the Fairburn
Ritch and family are at the Jim Kickliter who had been in Day- It has been customary for n numberof V
J. H. bank and was interested lln the streetcar Renowned t
that the children all gatheron
for a
Peek cottar, Kingsley lake tona for some months! past, has returned yours I of Fairburn. lie also
this date but it has been about company
htay of several weeks. home and, will be glad to wait four since, ono was I owned large tracts! of farm lands in FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITYand i
on his friends at the store of his years every pres- i
at A bountiful dinner spread (Camibclt county. ;
Mitchell) are ent. was EVERLASTING
M. -
Mr. and Mrs.! J. father J. F. Kickliter. He is survived by two sons, J. F. ENDURAl'jCEThree
Kingsley lnk at noon and the occasion was thor
the L. A. Davis cottage : McLiirin, of Fairburn and H.O Me-
for a stay of a several' lays. Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez had aA oughly enjoyed by all. I.nrin, of Atlanta; one daughter Mrs. essential factors to be considered in buying monuments s ,

and daughter, their guests last week Mrs. J. A. HELP! HELP( O. L, Haynes of Stance, Flu.; two are, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP-

Mrs. Errol Alvarez Jacksonville Smith and little son, Edgar Harold, of bl'otherllV.. II. MeLurln! of (Fairburn RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this combi-
Corinne, are in Jacksonville. !Mrs.! Smith will be remembered -
Virginia friends and relatives. here as Miss Alva Austin.! If you want us to sell your farm and C. :S.; McLurin, of Pel ton, Ga.; six nation when buying our material.
visiting sisters, Mrs. Fannie Stiles, Mrs. W. H.
quickly give us a little help by including -
and ---- such Browne, Mrs. J. M. Camp .Mrs J. R. COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, GP. }
postmaster who' ban been personal property as .
O C. Husband, Miss Lois George, .
Miller and Mrs R. W. Holleman, all Leading Manufacturer of the South n
business!
of Melrose was a visiting. relatives in Jacksonville returned growing crops, horses mules COWII.hoA's ,
merchant
1 and of Atlanta and Mrs. N. F. Smith, of or Special Representative,
farm
visitor to Starke Wednesday.J. home Sunday. She was accompanied implements household I.Field I.

home by her cousin !Mrs. kitchen furniture. The man coming! Fairburn. W. ELLERY DAVIS, STARKE, FLA. ,

C. Darby and family of Jack- Winnie Turney, who will remain some into a new country likes to have a fully Funeral services will be held on

sonville spent the week-end at the II. time here. equipped farm. These are the places Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at 0@@m@@sD@tt( !! + @@@t0@@tOfOA@tB@N@Q@(7@IAQiptDCT@@t6'J@@IDtA@Ct@@IIcpOfE: () ! I tAT
the Antioch church and interment :
cottage Kingsley lake. that sell first. Please let us have d:,I 1
C. Richard will be in the church yard. Awtry & '
Mr. and :Mrs.' L. C. Ray, who have information at once no we can include
ritKSIiYTKRIAN CIIUICCll/
TilE NOTICK; TO( DKHTOKS
Mrs. James Cunningham of Sanford been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. your place In our big fall catalog. Lowndcs have charge of tho funeral NEXT SUNDAYIf "

is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. White left last Friday Mrs. Ray going Make it easy for your brother man arrangements. J We have sold our mercantile bunt- \1 srless

their Kingsley cottage. Jacksonville to visit relatives!, from other states to make a start i
Kklvlitr! at to DEATH OF1 iEnRC.K; SCIILKICII I knew you and you knew me, In .Starke and it lit. absolutely j r r
homein dark brown loam soil
returning to their here on our deep ,
and Mr. Ray 1'
of the How little trouble there would bo, necessary. that we collect all debt duo
of Sapp one where failure Is a ghost. -
John Sapp of southern Baker Dunedin. G. M.:INMAN, :Mr. George Schleich died August 4, We pass each other on the street, I (he /firm within 30 duys. We appre- A xi

prominent citizens of his daughter nut out nod let us meet. rime I the patronage of the citizens. of
had business! in Starke Tues- Mrs.! R. V. Turner and little daughter Representative Strout Farm Agency 1022:!: at the home / just come ( i )
county, Mrs. Mai Bryan lie was born March I At church next Sunday.) Starke and surrounding territory and
of Sumner, are visiting S-1 I-2t
day. Loyselle! and 15, 181 and leaves to mourn his loss we think we have been liberal and lenient /
of her parents, Rev.
and her guest at the home Johns. Mrs. O. N. Wash- TilE DISADVANTAGE OF EDUCATION two (daughter!, Mrs. Mal Bryan, of Each one intend, to do what's fair with all. nut in order to adjuntto i
Warren F.
Miss Ida Mrs. E. Waterouk and Mrs. Bessie Bayer, of: And treat his neighbor on the square) n conclusion( the /firm' affairs we
of Jacksonville S. C., Is also a guestof I
Fulcher' of
Miss Olga Gainesville, Satur- burn Poston Brooklyn N. Y.; one brother, Martin Hut he may not quite understand! I must insist. upon cloning all obligation

were shopping in Mrs. Johns. Will Lee colored has "education," Schleich, of Brooklyn N. Y. We thank I Why you don't take him by the hand .* due u.... We realize; that cash It

day. friends. who assisted us I At church next Sunday. n >t always available nn short notice
W. A. Scott returned home last!' and what's the use of learning. if itcan't our many d\lr.1
the illness and death of our and In order to assist. l our friend war ,
of Hampton was in week after spending two months at he turned Into hard cash! ? So ing t
R. E. Hicks Dr. Wills of Thin world lit place ace willing to notes other ,
father, and especially sure a busy accept or
the DeLand Daily News he check which of
fitark'e. Wednesday on bu incs/" as Clayton, Ga. The passed a was,
Starke. I And we must hustle in the race. 'security that we can use in tre hink w,
of the estate of Eli states that Mr. Scott has been ap- course, worthless.! He was apprehended i
a administrator I of the De- MRS. MAl BRYAN.Ladies' For social hours some are not free of Ktarke. This i Is. meant for all of
Hicks. pointed one of the faculty and arrested and Judge Green fined
The six week but all should be. friend. who
days, our owe UH any amount
Land school. him $1 and all costs, or six months In
At church next Sunday, and we certainly trust that no one
Mrs. L. M. DeSha returned Monday I the county jail. Tho costs Include his Shoes Shined.
will force to the unpleasant actionof
L. UH
had guests
to her home in Jacksonville, accompanied Beasley as crrent in Tampa and transportation "
her mother Mrs. W. last week, her cousin, Miss Frances and expense for Sheriff Epperson togo of We have an interest In our town having to place our claim. in an
,
by Ga., Misses! Clara Free Charge : The dear old place must not 1(0 down pttorn",'.. hand. for final adjuICI 1en'.
Struth. 1'01'1 Battle, of Albany there and F-'r.g!; Willie to Steel;".
Mae and .Jeanette Durden, of Tampa The amount of the check has been refunded Afternoon I I We want to push good things alonjr.", GRIFFIN' & JOHNS.
Saturday I And help some If we're strong
Simmons and J. J.Iaymon we can '
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bishop and baby Messrs. Ralph by him.

of Jacksonville, were recent guests of of Gainesville.! J.ury Jimmerson an R years old 1 Turner's Drug Store r! At church next Sunday.Don't Subscribe for tne Telegraph. 1

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Klckliter at Kings colored, Is a promising youngsterfor r t
ley lake. .. s ;Mrs. M. L. Johns 'Irs. Clyde Alvarez the court. Ha pleaded !guilty to knock and kick and slam andslap NOTICE or ELECTION ('

i of Jacksonville. r. f-. A. Davie" J mayor of Htarli. flor-
and children, stealing a gold: watch property of T. I I ?
.
) .... .
|1,111| bx virtue of th" authority In m.
Mrs. B. }t. Johnson and Mrs. L M. and Mrs.. Belle Barge and children of P. Wall and was fined $3 and all costs Sell or Gin Your Seed Cotton At everybody on the map. by h,... do hn>by ..II .n .lr tfon to .b. hM/
lake for a I But push and pull and boost and boom ., the Town Hall In the aforwuatd town, by ,
Smith of Jacksonville, were week-end Atlanta, are at Kingsley or five Yl'u. in the reform school. th unnltarvot.re' thvfwfn. onTUKKIMY a
of Mrs. G. M. Inman, at Kings-' stay of several weeks. They are occupying at the Port and Save Freight Money : And one up all the standing room HKI'TEMBKU{ ; 12. lDU ;F
guests At the Presbyterian church next for the puriM* of looting. the followlnif' offl-
ley lake. one of the Canova cottages. CARD OF THANKSWe W. buy'all varieties of need, cotton 1 I' .intlUna t tOne '

r wish to thank our friends for both long. and short.; W. also lu Clinton Sunday. O Mayor.rk. Trowurvr. and Tux Colloetor. ,

I Mrs. C. L. Morrow, 'of Tampa, who I S Hollia Knight/; who has been a student \ the countless" expressions of love and inning. Write fur price and On*.MandyI.Thu. Aliltfrmeo. tOne

has been visiting Mrs. F. A. Scott at at the University of Florida, returned comfort during the illness and deathof pnrticulari.Jacksonville. I Subscribe for the Telegraph. I A..waor.Inep..te .
.. of ulii election) A. W. AnJurnn. -
Kingsley lake, returned to her home home Thursday and will spend our mother, and especially the A If. John.. Julian. L. 1'.... ,
his vacation 'in Starke and Kingnley kindness of Dr. Mann. May Cm] re- Ginning Comp'yJACKSONVILLE. I, I In tewtimuny ..II.....'. I hereunto. tubMrlh." f
yesterday.Col. : n.m..nd emine th* tval 1 of th raid town
lake, where he) will be joined by his ward you all. FLORIDA I Cures Malaria, Chills, to my.b. hereunto. added thla eta day of Autfuet. +

and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De- friend J. E. !Mains, Jr., who will be Messrs.- Willie and Elmo Brown, P. O. Bo* No.1182. Telephone 3117. 666 Fever Bilious Fever, 1922.Laval: ) I.. A. DAVIS!, J 1\., ,4.
H. Colds and LaGrippe. A Mayor of Starke, "..,.
Land, are guests of :Mr.' and Mr his truest. Miase* Rhoda and Reba Brown. -tS-6W

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1 1J FRIDAY AUGUST 11. \II!>:zt.!

BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH 3TARKE. FLORIDA. -,

51X HIGHWAYS 1 bureau. For trucks at ""
\ PAGE today an u,\, ,
Americans
.!I and the point ending between the legs. Compare I age s peed of 15 miles an hni..,.M. \
centuries
those who few '
a
I ; With'care and practice good culling of building/ a, : this distance! should not be I.1 ,

1, { '1I .)" r .... ........... ....u... --_._._-----..1 1COUNTY may be accomplished to your financial the establish faith,this the will nation and in the a offers very few than 1 1-3 feet on account .of. u,,

: ; r. benefit and the improvement of your trifling grades it is great width of the rear wh i
wilderness. They
,
The Bradford flock. worked hopeless for themselves and for the laity to Three feet seems to bo a ,m, ,

With easy, but there mum safe clearance between" 'j i,

L PLANT A FALL GARDEN: but they thought for than grades to con- bodies. Inasmuch as a <..., ,
:. those to come after them. ,
road building. Mak- amount of truck traffic is to b
j Farmers wills of their own, and their
jj} : ,: County !Many Good Garden Crops art Adapt shaped by the dictates (' with b rick or pected' on all main country i r, ,.i I/
.1.1t ed to This Season were the minimum width of ,
I ................ .._ conscience not by thought well enough *un\
.... own
.... ....... N
.... -
t / / L...-.............._........ hI cree. They found the way, present day traffic should be 18 feet to provide th
1 The list of fall vegetables that can I i the rapidly mov- clearances when an uutomoiti,,

I I t I be planted is a long one, and Prof! W. 'I right way without professional the plunging ml1I I meets a truck Where the fi
field l it Inn angels to guide their
the
''t AGENTS REPORTS dance of moths are in L. Floyd of the College of AlCliCl1l-1; i of foundation is quency with which trucks pa-
their
; : lP I I means that it will he necessary to I ture gives the following !( they profited by I important problem each other becomes a big factor

: =Tho condition of the citrus spray or dust in about 1 2 days./ The ] as to the time of planting and culture grow(\ up into strong of men. men I often not nearly so as in the neighborhood of largi/ .
Jjolk' color/but are sonality, men power.Today
crop is encouraging. Grow- moths are variable in of some of the most important: to construct. cities, the minimum width of .th.,
in general A I Americans are
brown.
1 for rust mite. usually a shade of cray or Snap beans should be planted so their recently dis pavement should be 20 feet i,
still spraying business
their ,
ers are characteristic mark, and distinguish one that this enables that they will bo through bearing by i their submit moral life to the "thou 'I' inlt in this state, provide a clearance of 3M' f,.,,
the farmer to It takes sif: ..
Farmers at Hamberg are the middle of November. safety as well as and a safe distance of \nh .
written
Madison- double line and "thou shalt nots"
I moth from any other is a weeks for them to mature, so j
to eight of
of sweet from edge pavement.
potatoes of sustaining great
preparing to ship n car both'wings. statute books by those who
'
';. '' co-operatively. The cotton crop that extends diagonally across they should be planted! not later than both vocation and avocation to I, endurance, said: Foundations for an 18-foot in-" .,

1 1 : September. cost twice as much as those i(.
., of
ten
I i..* opening; fast. I of lead arsenate is. other peoples': business. Laws years way
The application Beets are cold resistant and may j in Florida< !9-foot road, and the 20-foot n
I the best means known for controlling I]. be throughout. the winter. Theydo crees, rather than principles but the ribbon ,,
demonstrations I
several expensive, n.
Have given grown a complete revo- more I'
i Marion\ presumed to
It should l be obtained victions, are
: Ip in culling poultry this the caterpillar. (, not germinate': very well In warm existence in this "land of the 'eurs ago most of will have to give way to wider n '. Ir
f ( Iin the powdered form as it is more should not be planted .
week, which have been well attended! weather, so they the home of tho brave." And,butte of and longing The growth of vehicle traffic in' i ii I'> I
in this state.
uniform in composition
t' until September or October. has been nstoumlij
by interested men and women. of result we bid fair to become a it would be pos i past ten years ;ti
Not more than 12 ounces pow- seedbed bo started
The cabbage may I by motor car, say and such as never was dreamer) "
-
hypocritical j
dered lead arsenate to 50 gallons of watered and spineless
be
where it partially
the can roads now '
Gadmlen-Have been inspecting now deliberately overlook the to Jacksonville, or I The ribbon are a eons I
water can bu safely used. Even with varieties as the .
Such
shaded. of all kinds
Stem Jersey I and drivers .it
grading of the crop of Dig does not prohibit, Miami. The most! menace
this small amount one should put a Wakefield and the Premium prohibition ( .
Jersey whomaking .
chances
taking
sweet potatoes. The first car was of the roadside inns i to predict, | hicl.es are
pound and A half of quick lime (or 21 I desirable for ell 1'1-' :' closing
Flat Dutch are real speed then.
loaded Saturday and the prices quoted prevented moral laxness on ] years it would any upon
of fresh lime-sulphur solution)
quarts I planting. adds "The h
:
of the As the Telegram
barrel.
of cover
$8 a that raiding I' any
were of our girls,
in the liquid and keep it well agitated seedbwland .
Onion seed p ]anted in a gambling halls has not : But progress Ida counties engaged in road burin.

It KscnmblaA bumper crop of pears while spraying. I pulled out when they are the size from shooting delayed that length at their own expense are geniiadopting ,,

is being hifrvesteil in this county. The When dry arsenate is used as a dust of a lead pencil, three fourths of the I young men We today we find the the 20-foot type and thi,

prevailing. price Is $1 a bushel. Some I it should l be mixed with pbout four I top taken off, and the roots cut back I playing regard that poker.all .important provided, with well." The narrow roads mui.

I f orchards arc yielding na high as 500 I times its volume ofiTHlvkeil lime. to one inch, and planted in rows Ito human are pleased to widened and made safe for gn'trams ,
i At least 15 pounds of the mixture ((3 well through our lives known as I
bushels to the acre.Alachuainterest. I (fi I inches apart will grow with about the same result t vnY.."Of course' and everywhere a new road
of lend arsenate) should be
pounds the winter. obtained when he refers to nine- put down or improved !some! more

in Farmt'rsVeek I,plied to an acre, using a dusting ap-I I Garden or English peas! may ,bo Canute back the ocean tides are now recog stunt ial plan is pursued than wa.

'I chine to secure an even planted any time from September to sweep I inadequate to first thought sufficient. It is the heir"i
little broom.
attracting I It is not always necessary to treat February. The Gradus, Prosperity) But of folly and inviting great"WaL""
it is requirements.
insofar
I Reform, as
and it seem that the attendance from I the entire field. If the most severely I and Thomas Laxton arc desirable verities through education were au und'ertake now the construction n
; must
come
t this county will be good. I infested portion enemies is treated, birds and which'( will mature in from fit; 'school a nd environment in no mean achieve road< not made with heavy and ilpemlable I-
; other natural will congregateI I
; to 70 days.Radishes. roads of foundations. The idea than
I lelCi to secure
-not through puritanical
f Orange-With help of 11. L. Brown, I the untreated portion and hold the mature in SO days anti') in air-cushioned car moving swifi
and not Only
t Ily u change of heart type.
extension dairyman have looked over caterpillars in check. Dusting is somewhat may be planted anytime throughout I lightly made road would n
in
police club is to be found the principally over a
the dairy situation in the county ,I cheaper than spraying, and it the fall and, winter. It is importantthat !which the world will improve. I of lateral high cause great damage has been dispel
m .should be done in the early morningor and well
and have outlined some possibilities they be grown rapidly nine-foot width ed, and the facts are now well undo
for improvement and reducing. cost on after a rain while the vines are watered, or they will bo strong mini, Trunk lines stood. Florida learned the lesson >

the production end. wet. pithy. I : built a minimum of !great cost but Is now profiting by
I Rutabagas, should be planted the 666 in accordance with -Times-Union.

Walton-One farmer in this county I POINT: :; ON CURING: THE HAY latter part of August or early September -I.' of the bureau

will plant 40 acres of blueberries, 1 CROP as they require a longer time Cures Malaria, Chill and of the United 666 quickly relieves Colds, Con

; acres of Chinese pears, 10 acres of I vtuf to mature than turnips. The common Dengue or Bilious Fever. of agriculture. stipatio i Biliousness and Head-

Excelsior plums and several acres of The feeding hay not only varieties may be planted any tune the width of truck aches. A Fine Tonic.To .
and strawberries. We have depends on the kind of plant used, and, during September for fall and winter germs.
grapes permitted is 8 feet
that produced 50 bushels the stage at which it is cut, but on the ._ : Cure a Cold in One Uay
tree greens. n *
one pear I I 1"0lfr,11" In 'i y the ordinary width
manner in which it is handled after] ;I rake LAXATIVE/ BROMO QUININE! (Tnhli.tr.topft .
of fruit. AUuliflutrn ambled" with .VOJII'', ( At an average/ thn( uui'h'! and Hrsds.Sao and work of
I cutting according to W. E. Stokes, | A REFORMED AMERICA health OJ. *. wiiI'J', i ,'" blood 'iltl K:: W. CKOVt,0 signature on each box
hour it is
!
an
i '" .h i I
forage specialist. rulo. thnro raw f"r't. > ,
Lake-Farmers arc showing more GROVE9TAflT: : pl.lislriflH.: ':1O1) J J- expect the driver
interest than usual in the growing 1 1y of I 1 Hay from legumes such as cowpea!, I Strong laws produce;;: weak men. arty fur tor hn'.o ""V wi" 'i,,,f I. ;ii l files( Cured In 6 to 14 DaysnijWlii's :
to drive with the
I sorghum, beggarweed, etc., have a improwtli.',ilUift iim.-ii"'I( '.iota'. j 'e-.. ri-ftind money 1 If PAZO OINTMENTtocnie "
homo first ,
for consumption I statement at seem a
This
vegetables "
summer may cnlnil Tonli'to.. the whol'"avol"m. Notiirw I \ than l'/i feet to the btneanud.; 3lee, as fine beans and tomatoes much higher feeding value than hay paradox, but careful reflection will reveal throw oficr'11i.i...1 I the v or ran,*u"It '0 1 then lntnutly: relieves' Itching Piles sail you tntitul
\
1 are'seen on the market at presen from grasses, due to the high protein it an axiom. Laws-strong laws to Derte.t health PkJi,,aut. :ue.e.Uo" : says : :''cdp altar u), brat ouomiesuou. Prk

As rule _________ ____ ,
One farmer reports a profit of $100on content of the legumes.\ a many of them-tend inevitably to ______ ---n -- -- -----

a patch of tomatoei/20 by 200( these crops are harder to cure than bureaucracy, and bureaucracy begets!
the because of their strong of life
t feet. grasses an iron-bound systemization -p
L I coarse growth. and all its activities that robs of ini

Osceoln-Two joint meetings were 'Cowpeas should be cut for hay when tiative, hinders in development and

' held in St. Cloud and Kiasimmeo thU 'a few of the under leaves are beginning reduces the human element to a dead,

we. ,week with the result that 75 acres t of to turn yellow and fall, and the level, much like a herd of sheep.It .

strawberries were pledged to be plant ,first pods are mature. To cure cowpea is admittedly much easier to pas,!*

ed, this season. In addition. 200 shares hay properly there should be a!! ironclad laws than it is to change! human

of stock were sold in the Osceoln little leaf loss as possible and this nature. And we of America appear

Growers; Inc., for the purpose of i financing requires little handling with a short to have taken this easier way and : Take .
.
\
the proposition. ((exposure to intense sunlight. apparently expect the same\ results. .

i{ Beggarweed makes an excellent hav Reform always has been and always : .-

VELVET BEAN CATKIMML1, where the stand is thick enough to I will be the result of evolution; not revolution '

'' CAN HE .CONTROLLED keep the plants from growing. large. but here is a truth which our
For" best quality hay they should bo
professional reformers either fail to the ..
1q 1t I when first coming into bloom and .
cut hail
Indications are favorable for a heavy grasp or willfully ignore. They ,.
1' infestation of the velvet bean caterpillar 'cured quickly. the eighteenth amendment as a glowing .
_ this season as the) moths have 1 Most grasses make the best hay i if example of the possibility of legislating \

t as far north as Gainesville! 'they are cut when just corning into righteousness into the lives of
been seen !
which is almost a month earlier than bloom or very soon -after. the people, and, despite the fact that Short Cut ,: .
In that section Exposure to intense sunlight, dew Mr. Volstead's well known enforcement
usually appear
they and rain, results in lowering the fel.dIlnlt' probAbly honored in
according to the Florida ExperimentS act is more ,
value anal\ quality of any hay. the breach than in the keeping, thE'Ynow
% 1 ta tion. "'; ,...
recognizing the moths in the I VVMnMlwM M- M propose to further the kingdomof rr:
'
By :
J J't
j HEN
CULL OUT THE SLACKER God mandate on tobacco
the comingof by statutory
''J Held\ one can easily predict ,"
the caterpillars. When an abunI dress, the stage, the screen, "
"boarder' hens, or '
y | Are you keeping dancing, gambling, Sabbath observant -
,a flock of productive layers? Now Is the price of beans and what not. When you were a youngster, you never went to school :"
: ''' .
: ''the time to select those which will .
.. out nowa-
Wherever we direct steps
the 'round! You took short
long cut.
their board for another year, ac- way a
1'1'f pay days we stumble over an ordinance;
1r (cording to Prof. K. C. Blake, poultry each year we get an avalanche ofetlicts I

,instructor for vocational students, atI which looks to federal regulation
Tired I I the University of Florida.To of our lives. I Every advertisement in this paper is a short cut. Advertisements

I do this go into your flock dur- make it possible to tell you in a few minutesall
ling August and by systematic culling
f '' "I WM weak and Burnett rtm-down., of; 'separate the layers from the nonlayers Cold Cause urip and Iniluenza you want to know about the service or articles you

relate Mrs. Eula and observe that you get as many LAXATIVE:PROMO QUININE!:T.beU! remove ctcaiiM.
Dalton, Ga. "I was thin and Tbel'8.a. only one "3r'" QulnU.*' need.
)uit felt tired, all the time.I I as yrtu did previous to culling. I.; W.GROVE'::! el,n.tim.na boa. :3Uu.
.' didn't rent well. Iwasn't 1 1I The following are some Important

i: p E ever this. I hungry.needed, *I tonic knew, ,and by I, laid indications 1 heavily of will laying have: A pale hen, whitish that ha!* .To Stop a Cough Quick At a glance you can sift out the things that interest

I better tn nTha shanks and beaks; the feathers will be take lIA YES' HEALING HONEY a and in moment know when and
u there U none cough medicine which stops the cough by you most a you just whereto
the beak and
i / worn, rough and' broken; healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues.A. .

.. I toe nails. will be short showing good box or GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE go for what you want.

usage; the pelvic bones (those two SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and!
.1 which come down from the backbone Croup Is enclosed with every bottle ofIIAYFS'
|Ibones
CARDUII [ and almost meet in front of the should bo HEALING rubbed on HONEY.the chest and The throat solve Figure how many steps, how much needless walkingand

I I vent) should be pliable, free from fat of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. the advertisements thus
i8n.1 spread wide enough apart to allow The'healing unVrt of Ham* Healta*Honor In- talking save you and your
Ida the throat combined with the. healing effect ofruve'e '
II j, two fingers tobd, J easily placed between (. O-n-Trata Salve thruuuh tae font of neighbors. .. ,
:. Worn 's Tonic them. In case of the larger in*skin soon Mop._h.
Both remr.dl..r.packed In ooe cmrtort and the
:'needs like Rhode Island Reds. Wy- COM u(the coalition treatment.U SSo. r .
I andottes and Plymouth Rocks, this .Just ask your dni( Ut for IIAYES'HEALING "
a begun t.Mng Cardnl," IlIpa'e s hould be the width of three HONEY.!; Then you realize the great economy and necessity of '

1, '. i continue Mi''. Burnett.. %jj I fingers. advertising in daily life.
bottle I slept 1 your ,
T' "After my flrat COWPEA VELVET t
I The body of the good laying/ hen SEED CORN, .
better and ate 11 itter. I took MILLET GRASS SEED, SOR
BEANS ,
indicating ,
I I contains three distinct wedges,
,', four bottles I.ow I'm well ''I good body capacity. The first CHUM For immediate .hipment. All ,. J

Y -. I feel just fine claaand, cat and I sleep have. I wedge' is seen when looking at the 'eaaonable Field and Vegetable S. d.. ," ..,

my: skin Is i ''bird from the side. The back should Writ for Price LJ.t and Catalogue. Cur
gained and 111.. e feel that la i f- .
;, be straight with the lines of the beautiful and instructive catalogue
Ii Cardal U the best tonic arermade. breast and flu IT eloping obliquely toward free and gives valuable information on
." I' for Florida and Read the Advertisements !
: other women the ground. The second wedges fanning and gardening _
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seen when looking
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did It should ,the bird, the wide part of the wedge prices on your requirements.
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help you. I gradually getting smaller towards. the you to advantage in price and quality.E. .

.r 1 I .At all drugglat& neck. The third wedge is seen from A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY
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wr. .p I the rear of the bird, with the wide part Old..t and Largest Seed House in Fla,

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FRIDAY. BRADFORD
COUNTY
TELEGRAPH. FLORIDA
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i:i-i. U. COLUMN j und I have a real job for a few of your,I the first month of the strike, mostly -- j

I i agents right here on our promises,," in the South, the Southwest and the "
I
I supplementing this information with Middle West, but there was no real ir

\\ Ito WANTS HOOTCH? ;L the request that six men be se'it ,over curtailment of traffic. In fact, many I t r ;

"to destroy some choice bramb-, ; liquor of the roads, particularly in thu Gust'

,most inveterate 'hootch hound' wines and cordials which we no und Middle West, reported the largest ,
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.
longer want on our hands." 'freight movement in two
rule, could he but sec how tho years ,

?' drinks is made, would swear I "So far as is known," says tho I'hl-1adelphia I II'

r > <-r" says the Stnrkville (Miss) North American "this it tllfirst !RESOLUTIONS: :/ OF( RESPECT::;; t

"The average moonshine still I time tho owner of any kind of .

.)lace; of indescribable dirt, filth / liquor had voluntarily mki'd 1 1 for it- "'c, the messengers constituting the "I ,".

i qualor. The! moonshiner Is chin confiscation and destruction. Mr. P.I .,\,- Missionary Baptist and the Sumluy

mcerneci with getting! his product I 1 sons!' delegated six rum sleuthn to (.o t hool union, feeling and realizing. the ; I Ij. H \

i to the plant and Mr. t cat. loss of beloved :
di and marketed as quickly as poi- I Wurmsley 11',1
.It The scene around the average: them into a rear room where the pre- j. Pinholster, whom God has soon fit ....:.:

.' ,h sickening.! "The around is nnsiml 1 prolnbition brands!' were stored 1\vomove from our midst, do feel and! .
:
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sloppy, covered with old 1 peach I "Take it out and spill it In the gutter b ,'ve that our loss is his eternal gain ,

lien potash, concentrated lye cans, ," ho orllel'1.Ve are sick and f< i ho proved to be n solid, .
fa Bnp-I I
unritated chewing tobacco, dirty; I tired of paying! government taxes on jliful, consecrated Missionary I :' ''W '. : '
tist ''
.. (K'..,
lilY thin" and everything! -rottardf stock for more than fifteen years." col itute the New ttiver Missionary! I '.\ K

how it may have been oriid-! I l'HW] Association, and was! a faith- / ;
> The \liquor was disposed of in the fat I'
Its used-that will hold l liquor, and manner requested. umber for fifty years, miNllinA"I .

in even a casual washing before only Vne or two sessions; I ) I

manufactured alcoholic long -rind. He also helped. to con- 1
I it hastily RAIL WORKERS SACRIFICED stitut. thl .1,
fifth Sunday union ,
tank is placed therein Scores of: $10,0(10,000( ) ) I IN WAGES IN:. MONTH\ and meeting
taken from stills oiv missed one of thoso meetings I
imples] of liquor during\ \ t
that period of thirty years. Ho j
chemical analysis con-
mowed on Many Working at Other Employment was alvVvs
used in the clarifyin ready to defend and to cooperate "
vntrated, lye was During Shopmen Strike Vth \' \
I his pastor In ... / .
process. leading t\ the ever.thillA'I I litI(I SIf
prosperity'
According: to the News, which had I. With the closing of the banks of the building his church and his Mas, The'

.>ss to some of the written reportsemitted first\ month of the strike of 100,000 ter's cuuA Surely this was a man t'

to the Federal government : railroad shopmen, employment experts of God. TO will miss him in our fifth I

orohibitton enforcement officers.,! figured that the total wage loss Sunday me 'OIlS and our association, i

'ribing the still* they had raided,, to tho striker amount to somethingmore for his plVf can never be filled. '\/

,one place not far from Jackson a than $10,000,000. The strike ThercforeVa it resolved, That this ,,'

.a blacksnake, about six feet long!,, was called as a protest against' a wage union spreadVis article upon its minutes I .


if mash from which the liquor had TheRe calculations however, lire hypothetical and fellowiihirthat wo have for this t

.n withdrawn; at another- still there and are bused upon the assumption Oodfcuringserving and fjod H

) of mash was buried in the I that between :300,000 and loving man;

und and a decayed bullfrog' was .1.r>0,000 shopmen have been out of 'That this nt1., together with the I

rod floating on top. I work since the strike wns called July resolutions be hV, to the Bradford I|

\, a still of large capacity the cap 1. All n matter of fad, a large: pro- County TelcgrapVor publication; I I.y

the still was so filthy that it had, portion of the strikers were not with- That our clerk Wp '8 copy of the, .... ,

,>n fly-blown and infeBted.witJi! mail- out employment. Reports from Barriers resolution on filejio f show how WP I\,

,s. and the liquor was being! filtered all over the country lend railroad mourn the loss of\r beloved brother. .

'rough( these. officials to estimate' that at least I '

It should, be borne in mind that 00,000 shopmen kept at t their! jobs J. T. IlVtNES: : :/ I

.radically all the stills:! raided by pro- when the strike wa, called. L. w. J I\KLITER\: ,

ubition officials are found in the open, Spine Switched- lobs n. w. 1 RE I

generally In some low, dirty swamp, In some localities the shop forces Committee. '

here all kinds of insects and flies walked out en masse; in other sections Is one of the necessaries i'

bound, and, furthermore, that the they kept at their job almost FORDSON INDUSTRU:/ TRACTOR I

moonshine is manufactured by men without a break. In addition\ numbers EXPOSITION:/ AT JAkSONYILLEThe : of life for Bradford .

oho are ignorant of the first laws of of striking! shopman sought and

fermentation or the rules of sanita- obtained! employment In other railroad Ford Motor Com\1.1, with the County people, and that

non, Their sole and only aim is to shops than those in which they had co-operation of all the IIrd, dealersin

volve something with a powerful kick been working. T he extent of this Florida, Georgia and tatheast Alabama this fact is becoming more .

m it, and they give never a thoughtto movement appears to have: been larger; will hold a man h Fordson and all :

how dangerous or poisonous it may than was at first estimated. Others Industrial Tractor Edition at more recognized

have drifted into other lines of employment Jacksonville, Aug. 21-23.
be. especially in automobile An enormous tent is I Hg erected the time is seen by the t

FABRICATION EXPOSE!* factories, road construction and har- for housing the show, wb\\ will con
number of subscribers
LIQUOR 1 vesting. sist of approximately six<\\ndustrial new
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weeks Based on reports from various railroad and commercial uses of A Fo'rdson
made some added '
Reference was I constantly to
circulated estimate was that tractor. .
that a widely centers, one I I
ago to the discovery one-third one-half The unlimited possibilia, \ of the
anti-prohibition proclamation not more than or I our list. Join the i
have been Fordxon tractor and its "titnbility procession
Abraham Lincoln and used of the striking shopmen
credited to 1. to all classes of work in t\\ sectionare
interests in campaigns continuously out of work since July and find out whatis I
by theliquor demonBtratAy
being daily Ford ,
which
fraud, and that According to these reports' appear -
for many years was a dealers! and! Fordson ciwhere. ,
to be conservative, out of some every t
Rev. Sam Small, evangelist, was prepared going on at home
affidavit to that fact. 300,000 to 330,000: strikers, at least .
to make cither in other I The local Ford dealer ea ,trnish
statement of Mr. Lincolnis J 150,000 have taken John and abroad
The alleged rail shops or in other industries. On : full information with regari() the I ..

"Prohibition as follows: will work (treat: injuryto this basis, the wage loss to the idle i show in Jacksonville, which \\ consist 1,
running at of many novel and uni'l dem-|
It is a men is figured to be now
of temperance. stV
the cause itself, for it the rate of more than $5,000,000: a onstrations, including a big pa. .

Hpecies pf intemperance the bounds of reason in week, of about $2,000,000; < for the rude of tractor drawn units dll\lur-|
goes beyond ing the exposition. Another
quefeature
control man's appetite month.
that it attempts to will be the tractor-draw, ;s' ,
and m making Split Over Seniority Question I
,
legislation I
by which will operate on r
ses arschedule
that are not The strike of the railroad shopmen,
crime out of things between the union stat
;In
law strikes. a which was called because of waite reductions -
crimes. A prohibitory on whichour ordered by the United States Jacksonville and the scene of they 1,
blow at the very principles and which will make .
I have Labor Board, and also because the un- onstrutions,
founded. Per Year.
Only 2.00
government was with nectioiiH with all 'trains for the V.
to protect the ions charged railroad companies
always been laboring of carrying visitors to the esltlon.
and sending their repair work to private pose .
the stronger \ '
weaker classes from and $1.00 for Six Months ,
consent to sucha shops in order to evade wage/ ;
I can never !give my the 4
laid down by -
to enact. Until working conditions -
law as you propose silenced In death I willcontinue labor board, soon developed another in advance "
be .
my tongue the rights of phase which prevented nn early set ..
to fight fOr Catarrhal
ConditionsfW
tlement. Doth wages and working .
loeul /
man. which has been made conditions were eclipsed! by the question raced Catarrh: by la contiUiuUunal a cuiuliUontttherefore J
The affidavit, treat
rotiNtltuuoTial
r" Duncan C. Milner, of of seniority rights. ment. JIAL1/H LATAUltH: MliWlClNIn !; .
public by Rev. There was no question but that, two taken Internally and art I ,rough! tile. I
In part: the MIIUOUB Kurfuccs ut Uia
Chicago, says Blood upon
Jones, Henry W. : weeks after the shopmen had walkedout system HALJ.'RCA'I'AnHII1\11"LJ1CINI That the Rev Sam atreneeh hjr 1 Improving I
could '
Grady, the Rev. Sam Small, and many !' a satisfactory agreement the. e genera health :and. uxuluU Nature. lu Address all letters and remittances to
the state- have been reached on the differences doing IK, work.
time
at the All DruirglHis." Clrculnrx free.
other speakers
used in a local option for which the strike: was called. But F. J. Ci; >...UeYu.; .. lolvdo. Ohio. .
first
ment was 1887 openly there were between 50,000 and 75,000
in
!campaign in Georgia words of Abraham shopmen who remained at work, and Bradford County Telegraph -
purported
denounced the added 1
flagrant> for- to this number there were as 1
be
Lincoln to in a recorded the weeks went by perhaps 2t<>',000 ad- ) .

gory, defied discovery and any offered a .'. ional workmen, all employed under Starke, Florida ,
1886
Lincoln,
utterances of of the railroad heads that
the promise
of their genuinenessbut
reward for proof and
would be permanent
such proof. their jobs ,
no one produced any the seniority
hud. acquired
the excite that they
That some time after forfeited. I .
which the strikers had DAVISINSURANCE
disappearedthe rights .
ment of the campaign had .

In conversation. ..
Small
Rev., Sam 0. I
10 nave
while Willing
hadbeen The strikers, ,
who .
Goodwin
with Col. John B. them a .
railroad labor board grant I Lt
the .
the director\ of the antiprohibition '
told rehearing on the wage issue, and content -
forces' in said campaign, was to take the promise of the railroads '

by> Colonel Goodwin that he himself further "farming out" .-
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against ,
devised( the circular in question, com of repair; work, absolutely refused to STARKE '. '
Lincoln so
posed the alleged; words of of the colored return unless! their seniority, relief ,> : '. iC,,:: _." ::: < '; '
adherence ,
a* to attract the because and pension rights' were returned to .,' '0' ... ."" \,. : S
and had done so I 'h aM
voter railroad companies ..
hope of them in full. This the ,' ;\ .
i to win them was the forlorn refused to do, and it was over
TRAIN SCHEDULE '
being SEABOARD
that time ,,
at
the wets, the country the deadlock. grew. .. ,,.,, .
this point < ,' 'f'' 1 _
'' law. ," ,
prohibition >
under /
a himself suggested : ,
4 f A'! this alleged statement by Mr. President Harding for submission (In effect APril 30, 1922)). ". '.>, '.'
plan "
As- the compromise SouthboundNo. \ ,
by the !1
used today
Lincoln is being sides. The White House .
to both Starke at 11:40 m.
the Prohibition 1 reaches : p.
sociation Against
was. that all old shopmen
Amendment, the truth as to its origin: suggestion work should be advanced No. 3,10:59: a. m.

should be given the widest possible who remained head at of the seniority list No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58: p. m. ,

publicity. to the strikers should bo listed! No. 15, Limited, 2:15 p. m. 1
that the .
but NorthboundNo. ..,
workmen ..
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in line, with the new ,
NEW YORK CONCERNSTRt'CTlON ASK hnE- next the strike being rele- 2 arrives Starke 6:19 a. m. I
employed during .
OF LIQUOR to the bottom of the list as it No. 4 at 4:0,3: p. m. .

gated that most of these would No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47: a. m.
John S. Parsons, chief prohibitionenforcement was held Limited 5:55
employment with No. 10, p. m.
agent for New.York City! soon be out of rail Wannee Branch

received, the surprise of his life recently the Meanwhile return of the railroad striken.transportation No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. .

when a man called him' up on but little hindrance. A No. 104 arrive Starka 3:15 p. m.

the telephone and said "Now, listen, continued with mail and T. J. GRIFFIN, .
300 express \
Wurma- total of perhaps
'.Ir. Parsons'thl i Is Walter canceled during Agent.
leyi manager of the B. B. Davia & Co., pas englr! trains were

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---' evening.

Jl/1C./ .. -... Miss Mary E. Thigpen has returnedto

j : her work, after a three weeks' va- ]

it 1 cation. / Hodges' Store
Items ew
County News C. W. liiulerson, of Waldo' was a

t business visitor hera this week.

a --- s-3+ == Mr. tIel berger, of Brooklyn, was WITH the new stock, offers exceptional: bargains in the entire line. I
During the W'k' by Our transacting business here this week.
,i'' ; 'r Ii>t.r..t1n. Facts Rctfular Gathered Correspondent E. V. Priest, of Green Cove Springswas are only a few of the many items that I have to offer: I

\ I transacting business hero this
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tl,I ..r-- week. ,
.. -- 41L. II/Iwo...._. T. J. Terry was a visitor to Luwtev '

1 The tacky party which was given at S hoe
Sunday.D. SShirts
.\WTEY Clothing 8I
Reddish
and hire V. R.
the homo of Mr. W. Moore and family, of The- /
of last week,
evening
ti on Tuesday Mrs. Moore's
I I Lawtey, Aujr./ 11.-R. B. Moseley was delightfully enjoyed by all who rcsHu, were the guests of Jones J have an extra good line of tloth- I carry the Friedman Shelby
David ,
was n visitor to Cnmpvillo Wednes. attended. The ones receiving the prizes parents, Mr. and Mrs. / ing for men, young men and boys. all leather line of shoes. Every

i day for being the tackiest tackys wero Sunday.S. The suits are priced very low considering pair guaranteed to be leather

Miss Oveida McWhitc, of Moultrie, Miss Margaret Godwin and Lamar R. Swindle, of Theressa, has beena Men's Fancy Percale the quality of the goods. throughout, or money refunded.>
business visitor here.
Ga., is spending a few days at the Mrs. R. R.Thede good
Black Those present were Dress Shirts a
L. A.'Wynn of Starke has recently
,
,
Mr .and Mm. J. L. Harrell.[
homo of
) Mrs. E. E. Burney, Misses 'been the of his brother L. J. quality, each
guest ,
I p f Edward Edwards was a visitor to Claudia Terry, Florrie Terry, Joyce Wynn. //J Have][ a Good Line of Silks
Gainesville! first part of the week. Knight Eva Reddish, 75c
h Terry Dorothy ,
located
Henry Hudson[ of Clay Hill, was Wilma Blanchard, Margaret Godwin, P. J. Pearce and family are L/,/!I Including Taffftas, Messalines. Crepe de Chines Satins Silk Jerseys Crepe Knits

t y e, transacting business in Lawtey last Eldredge Reddish, Louise Blanchard, in the Saxon residence on main street. Men's Good Quality. and Canton Crepes. The prices are exceptionally low, considering quality.
i W. B. Baker, of Gainesville, was a Shirts
t week. Marlon Sapp, bits Patella Cason, R. Madras

Mr. and Mrs. Truby Willis and children R. Thede, Robert Dinkins, Lamar recent. Haynes visitor has here.O. his. building material Silk Hose Dress I

i '; spent Sunday with relatives in Black, Bryant'Reddish, Earle Roberts already placed and will soon have a $1.50$2,,, Ladies' Ginghams
Lake Dutler. I Clifton Brown, Roy
visitor to Jacksonville Frank Blanchard, large addition built to his boardinghouse Men's Fine Silk Shirt$3.50 /'( All Good quality
I i
E. K. Rhoden was a
; Alfonso Griftls ,
Reddish Rowe, SoC 50
i Sunday. Clyde / colors to $2. up from.................. 12k
and Mrs. V. R. Red.
Dir
iJ E. E. Burney, /
F :Mrs W. II. Miner and daughter, dish and Robert Blanchard Mrs. II. B, Weest has accepted a position : ;
clerk at the relief l
depot, as
', Beatrice, returned home Sunday from F. Barber of Macclenny, was a ajs Men's Good ChaS'.
f three weeks! visit with relatives in C. for Mrs. F. E. Henry, who is on her I I Line of Notions
C' I A visitor, to Lawtey Tuesday. vacation. bray Work Shirts,VJB Carry a Complete ,
di and Hastings.J. .
Pnlatka
Blanchardwere
and A. M.
M ; ji R. Eddins. of Gainesville, was T. J.visitors Terry to Newberry Friday. Misses Irma and Allie May[ Haynes 75cAlso 1 Trunks Suit Cases and Rugs I
business in Lawtey last who have been the guests of their cousin ,
transacting
Miss Ethel Drawdy, of Macclenny, ,
Miss Emily Haynes, have returned I
; week.
was n visitor Lawtey Tuesday. to their home in Vidalia, Ga., and
visitor to Jacksonville
Carl Woolen a
was /
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t i4, \ Sunday. will visit their uncle Arl Haynes, at --- = Thanking you in advance for your patronage -.._
? BKOOKER i
h 1.. Mr. and Mr Fortune Moulin, ofp' that place.
John Parker and left Monday The One STARKE
family
West Jacksonville, are spending a few
L HODGES
Brooker, Aug. It. --bliss! Lubedia for Campville, where: they will C
days here at the homo of Mr. and Price Sloe FLORIDA
? at
i Pinholster, who has been visiting visit relatives and friends, after
Padgett.
Mrs. M ,
Kendrick for several days, returned which will to Brooksville to
of they go
,I Mr. and Mrs Alvey Moseley, week.
k home last make their future home.
visited relatives in Law
? Jacksonville, 'JI
d sl The many friends of Royce Gainey II. J. Cribbs, who has been in Cedar

tey Sunday. : are glad to see him out again, after Keys for several weeks, returned to ,
Dr. E. L. Biggs, of :Starke; was n ---
,1I visitor here unday. I an illness of several days. his home here Sundn)'. 1' ;;rned-hom /'r a visit with relatives J. E. Bohannan was a business vis- WA TERM ILL

Harvey Taylor, of Clay Hill, was a Miss Lottie Jordan, of Gainesville, Mrs. -C..E. Harper is chaperoning u I in Kentuc itor to Starke Monday

visitor here Monday. spent the week-end here the guest of party of young people on the lakes In A. E. Proc was looking after Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bennett, of Watermill'Aug.ll-Mrs. L. '"

Miss Helen Knight returned to her friends Clay county this week, where the 'badness! in So// Tuesday. Jacksonville, were visitors here Mon Langford and son, Roy, and granddaughter .
Mr. and Mrs.. G. B. Colson and son, time will be spent in fishing. The encampment nand Tommie Dukesof Nettie
home in Milltown, Ga.; last week, after Gordon Joh day. Langford, of PH
Resale, !Mr. and. Mrs. E. T. Stewart consists of Margie Ilouser, business visitorshere'bfonday motto
ere of
spending n few weeks In Lawteyat Five 1\1iI\ were guests relatives he
J. F. Griflis and G. W. Parker
,.Jr.,
and son Paul and Inez Abernathy
Mrs. W. F. Elizabeth Carine, Beulah Wheeler, Wednesday
the home of Mr. and \ / I were transacting business in Jackson night.
Godwin. spent Wednesday afternoon at Hampton Pearl Clayton, Maggie and Julia !Maxwell Math Dukfnd Oren Dekle of Five ville Tuesday. Mra. [I. A. J. Markey is vsitmi! >

r J. W Andrews, of Starke, was a I Beach. and Claud Ilouser. Mile\ visited// town Saturday. I relatives in Georgia this week.

visitor here Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs. I.V.. Pinholster were The following program was rendered I. Mr. and /1'' P. P Dekle and Ar- A1ILLEK Mr. and Mrs. Horace Rosier, if

l fir and Mrs. Ira Rivera, of Green the guests of relatives in Jacksonville by the Christian Endeavor at the dell Drawd*>f Five[ Mile, were visl- Lnwtey, spent a few days of last week

f Cove Springs, were the guests Sun Sunday. Christian church Friday evening, with ''tors in tovy Monday i here visiting the In tier's parents, bLand \ ,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen spent I Miller, August 11.-W. L. Thomas,
David Miss Natalie Marcionny, leader: Dowlinpr, of Jacksonville Mrs
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Little )W lryn O. W. Thomas.
'' Durban in East Lawtey. Monday afternoon in Gainesville. Song, "We Are Going Down the lifts guest of relatives[ this of Starke, Is vi Messrs. II. P. Gainey, E. M. and G. II community.
Mrs. Colon Miller and children are I Valley." l week. I i I attending the sing at Lake Butler..
spending a few days at the homo of W. Hazen, C. E. Crosby, O. W. Barry, Subject, One thing I have learned Mrs. ll- Carter and baby, Annie N. H. Stokes attended the school i I Mr. and Mrs. .A, L. Green were ai
f C. N. Shaw, A. A. and B. F. Hazen hoard meeting in Lake Butler Mon- (
e Mr. and :Mrs. Jesse Reddish. from the Dible. : Mabel a "pooled V Elina Varnes, | tending to business in the county sea
Mm. Rosa Hainan, of Jacksonville,I BRent Monday[ at the county seat I Prayer-Miss Entella Hobby. returned/Johnstown/ Tuesday morning |day.J.. j Fr:dry.

spent Friday and Saturday at her R. A. Weeks spent the weekendwith Scripture reading( -Leslie Futch. nf everal days visit with 1\l"Issl j S. Brown was in Lake Butler on Mr. Simpson, of Alachua, was .-

.1 home In East Lawtey. I his family at Kingsley lake. : Sentence prayer-Eugene Henry Marshajfroctor. I business Thursday. j lbuainesa visitor here last Thursday

M. L. Loadholtz came over from Dogan Nabb, of Sampson, was a Vt'rllelreluting to the subject were J. R./via' of Starke, motored to i> Roland Thomas visited his daughter : Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal, of Sampson

Jacksonville and spent Sunday in our visitor hero Saturday afternoon. : read by Emma..Johnson, Hilda[ Dur- Lake Ijer Monday.Mrsjn Mrs. C. G. Barksdale, of Dunnel- were visiting", her sister, Mrs. Ida
town with relatives. Mrs Anna Murrhee, of Starke, was den, Mrs. J. }I. Saxon, Charley Johnson T. Sprinkle visited hart\ lon, last week. Goodie here Sunday:
of the week-end. guest of her mother, Mozelle McGruder. [ W. C. Townsend Satur-,
Misses Locu and Dorn Johnson, niotherrs. I Jim Mott, of Worthington, was Mrs. Luther Ginn and son, Ambrose
P Rnlford, are spending a few days at Mrs S. J. ,Kelly. Readings by Miss Erma Johns and duv apunj y- I here on business Thursday. of Plant City, are visiting her
New
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. L. Reggie Colson was a visitor to Herbert Durdcn. Mr y> M- Johnson and daul/hter'j: parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Fowler

Tutch. River Saturday morning. M.. J. Green, while cranking his Williraer, of Gainesville, spent the Walter Knight, of Bunnell, visited for a few dRYS.I .

k Lem Sapp and family moved to Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster and Ford, Monday, happened to the mis- week)1>)1 at home. ;I I.TJlIanna friends here last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and chil

Jacksonville Saturday, where ho has Mano Andrea, Mrs L. P. Ward and fortune of breaking his arm at the and T. D. Proctor mo- Mr. and Mrs. Sebe Dukes were in I drcn, of Brooker, and Mr. and MrxI

ppfured employment. I son, Roswctl, attended the working atN..w wrist joint. He went to Starke im toroj'Five' Wile Monday. Lake Butler shopping[ Friday. I I I IT. II. Rimes, of Lake Butler, were the

I A. A. Crews, of Highland, was a River cemetery last Wednesday..Jno. mediately, where Dr. Middleton attended C. L. Varnps left Sunday for I W. L Douglass made a business I guests of Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Greer

visitor to Lawtcy.: Sunday. I'' Shriver is spending a few daysat the wound.Dr. 1"i $ile, where she opened school trip to Providence Monday. I I! Sunday.

J Lonnie and Llge Prescott, of High- I Kingsley lake Floyd and wife, of, Alabama, arrived M y morning. Denzil Thomas spent the week-end | J. Goodire and Evan Hodges wen.

r land, were visitors to Lawtey Mon. \ If. P. Gainey was a business visitor here, Tuesday and are guests at 's Mae McKinney is in Gaines- with friends and relatives at LaCrosse transacting business in Brooker Sat

day. Ito Gainesville Saturday.R. Hotel Ilouser.They Vf this week taking the teachers' and Gainesville. ,' urday.

"'. W. E. To rode was transacting business 1\ A. Weeks spent Monday afternoon expect to locate here, and we (iinntion.fio Mrs. Iliers is visiting her dnughter,!

f .... In Starke Tuesday. in Gainesville give them a' cordial welcome to our. death angel: against visited thee Mrs. Hatchet, of Jacksonville.

(:, }:tee E. D. Boyer filled his reguI Mrs. W. Andreu and son, Guy, ofi town / of Steve Brannen and took his Sfeher Stokes was a business visitorto I BRADFORD

I lar appointment at the Lawtey Baptist i'I New River, wero visitors here Saturday D!. G. Griner was here this week. He I //e. Interment was made at Swifts Olustee Monday. I -

church !Sunday morning and eve. J( afternoon. is spending, a few weeks with ht I 'cemetery. D. L. Clyatt is visiting relatives at Bradford, Aug. 11.-Mr., and Mrs
'I
I ning. Mrs. Mary Moore, of Lakeland, has brother, J. S. Griner, of Brooklyn. Winter Garden J. V. Edwards were the guests of Mr

( .. The families of E. E. Burney and been here for the past few days visiting .. HIGHLAND A goodly number from here attended I and Mrs. Bruce Warren last Sunday.

spending a few weeks relatives.! LAKE BUTLER church at Bland Sunday. A chicken pilau
\1 L A. Murr are I and fish fry was
',' + at Kingsley lake. D. J. Byrd, of Graham, attended the Highland, Aug. if":-Billy Wimberly Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott, of Lake given at the home of Dir and Mrs. W

ti Mr. and Mrs. II. Frlgo are spending Masonii lodge hero Saturday after Lake Butler Aug. 11.-Mrs. C e it Wednesday for his home! at Mad- Butler, spent 'week-end with the I II. Harrell last, ,Tuesday night which

) : a few days with relatives in. Jack noon. sell*, of Pnlatka, Is the. guest of is on, after a wee's visit here with his latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland I{ was well attended .and all reported a

I sonville. Mrs.' Rosier, of Lawtey, was a visitor sister, Mrs.T. J. Townsend, this Wul ode, I[. C. Wimberly. Thomas. II fine time.

f Raiford Starling, of Clay Hill, wa ( here Saturday. Mrs. W. C. Townsend visited in// Miss Rosie( Wilkinson left Thursday Miss Gladys Lewis has returned to Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hayes Of Marco,

a visitor to Lawtey Monday. I A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville, was a latka the first of the week. / fc>r Stuart for a visit with her sister. her home in Jacksonville, after a visit Mr.: and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, and chil-

Mrs. Spencer and daughter, otl I IOcaln business visitor( here Wednesday af Henry Varnes, of Johnstown r&. T. E. Engebretsen. with relatives in this section for the I dren, of Starke, Mr. and Mra. M. S.

are guests at the home of Mr. ternoon. looking after business here bio Mr. and Mrs. Lem Wilson, of Jacksonville past month. Hayes and baby. nf !South< : Florida,
McLeod. B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening, eight n,, Lon Summers, of Providence, Mr.[ :
and Mrs J. J. Misses Annie Howard and spent the past two weeks pass and Mrs. William Hayes of
,, ,,R. B. Moseley was a visitor! to Rat- o'clock. Mrs. I.: W. Pinholster, lead. i ier of Miller, attended church her n- here the guests of relatives. ed, through here Sunday. Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver

'; ford Friday.J. All are cordially invited. Reginald Wager, of Jacksonvilleleft Chester McLeod, of Jacksonville, is Hayes, of Gainesville." Mr. and Mrs.
still confined to his biro Oliver and daughters, Canteyand day.Rev. visiting relatives in this section this
{ II. Moore is George King of
s evA Gainesville and
Willie Mae, of Pine Hill, spent S. S. Proctor, assisted/ Friday for his home, after a visit week. several
,r home with illness. Sunday here. B. Cannady, of New Smjj are here with his grandmother, Mrs. G. W others gathered at the home of
Dinkins came over from Jacksonville this their father
L.
P. Mr. N. G. Hayes Sunday
I at Bro Parker.
W. A. Crews has been sick for the conducting a meeting '
in Lawtey THERESSA
a and spent Sunday to celebrate their father's
family past few days with fever, but at this week. Roy Lord, of Jacksonville, spent earl seventy-sec
with 1ils birthday.
; is much improved.G. Dekle of St spent several days of last week, the guestof
1' visitor' to writing Miss Maggie Theressa
A. :M. Blanchard was a T. J. Aug. 11.-Mrs, C. A. Misses Georgia and Virginia Ed
i' B. Colson a visitor to Worth. with her mother, I George Parker.
was Sunday
and Monday.
and
Youngblood daughter Nealie
Jacksonville\ Sunday visited wards and brother, Cay, attended ser
,. Miss Dorothy Knight, of Milltown, ington Monday'morning. Dekle. / R. L. Crews spent the week-end with friends at Putnam Hall Friday vices at Sardis Sunday night.

) "r Ga., is spending a few days here as Several enjoyed a surprise party at The meeting held at jBaptlst his family at llampton. and Saturday. Mrs. W. M. Harrell and Mrs. J. W.

the guest of Mr and Mrs. W.. E. To- the home of A. A. Hazen' Saturday church is growing in tfst ngdom.andsouls George Wilkinson, of West Jacksonville J. L. King and Norman Collins arrived Surrency were business visitors over

i rode. evening. are being won for & visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. here Saturday from South :Flor to Gainesville Friday.
d s W. II. Burt is transacting business A revival meeting'conducted by RevS. The Woman's Mlsslona/1'0"/ met G. E. Wilkinson, several days of last ida. ,

in Lake Butler and vicinity this week. S. Proctor, of Lake Butler, and Wednesday afternoon, :Marshall week. MILE.
r Mrs. Chas. Cox left FIVE
Enoch J. Roberts visited his daughter Rev. Canady, of Olustee, began Sun Proctor presiding.[ I Friday for her
Mrs. J. O. McCormick and children
home in Miami after
spending two -
I Mrs. Marion Oliver, In Baldwin, day evening at the Missionary Baptist Miss Susie Alderma* brother, of Wildwood, ]left Saturday for a visit' weeks with her mother Mrs
I church and will continue all this week. andmoth John Five Mile, Aug. 11.-Mr. and Mrs. 'lY
Sunday. John are guests"of th with her brother, R. L. Crews, and Phillips.Messrs..
: P. P.
Dekle
derived from had
Much Is to be
hoped
visitor good as guests! Sunday,
of Starke, was a Townse//
Dock Alvarez, Mrs. W. C.
er, family of While here she
Sunday. these services., and a cordial invitation Mar Hampton. John Hall, Jim Phillips, Cal. ''! Messrs. Lindsey, Will Andrew, Red
r ., t to Lawtey Mrs. Matilda Crew/ eon' was the guest of her father, F. M. vin Triest and Brown : dish Ai.dreu
Blanchard returned to his la extended to all to come out. Lake Butter Roy left last of New River, U G.
Frank
M, Pierce -Sa turday, after Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter, tin, of Guilford, motcjp Crews. week for Camp Johnston. (I Johnson, Dewey Duke, Mesdames A. \
Fort
r, T home in / I Mrs. W. J. Hardee and children of '
Saturday. ,
f .. a few days in Lawtey with Inez, were visitors to Worthington on of New Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Phillips returned j I L. Varnes, A. T. Carter, D. I. Blume,
Spending
Json Gainesville\ returned home Saturday
DIr and Mrs. J. Misses Mae Duke
rT Monday. to their home here Saturday, after and Ida Blume.
Lake Butter
relatives.Mrs. W.; E. Torodo and eon, Edwin, 1.. C. Hazen and S. V. Andrea are River, attended serv't after a visit here with relatives. spending several months in Miami. Messrs. L. G. Johnson, P. P. Dekle,
: Suwannee church f..Y. j II. C. Wimberly, Jr., of Sunnyslde[ T. J. Dukes
Jacksonville Wednes spending a few days on' Baptist J. M. Roberts met with
C. A. Youngblood
li visitors to his regular was attending to
'. were I river flaking Rev. S. S. Procttfd spent the week-end here with relatives. the school board
Monday.
: I te.Farm Sun I business in Hampton Friday*,after
?, day.C. of Starke, was a visitor I appointment at t noon. Mrs Lillian Dekle visited relatives
R. Sapp,
t Mrs. Wimberly, bliss Winifred Wim % in Lake
HAMPTON day. Butler
; to Starke Monday.J. I /Olen, of Little berly, H. C. Wimberly, Max Wimberlyand School opened here Monday with Monday. \
M. M. Hale an Messrs. John Hanna
.; J. T. Moore was confined to his room I u-: / in town Mon H. C. Wimberly, Jr., were visi Mr. McRae principal, and Miss Gladys and T. D. Proctor -
all last week but at this writing I.I. is Hampton, A 11.-Mr. and Mrs.J. Springs, were t tors to Kingsley lake Sunday.A. Avant assistant. of Lake Butler, spent Monday evening .
R. Dubose, of Vero, are the guests day here.
I. improving. W.lker.th Florida Is W. Anderson and George Robinson The largest rattlesnake
killedin
Blanchard is spending afew of Mrs. Dubose's parents, Mr. and Jim aver T. H. Rimes and son, J. D. Rimes,
i
/R'. Mrs. A. M. Mr AncU Cone ; of Jacksonville business this section killed
were r's lat week bya
Ml of
1/ of
the Worthington
\ in Jacksonville at the homo Mrs. David Jones, this week. guest and D. I. Blume were
days
Maxwell had her this week. / visitors here Saturday. colored tie cuopper near H. E.Moorer'i guests of Mr. and
Miss Julia as Mrs
P. p. Dekle
J. B. Dye. I
\ of her daughter, Mrs. / Tennessee, Is theguest Mr. and Mrs. E. Carter
The snake
yt ; are rejoicing place. possessed '
and Mrs 1.. A.1arl' guest this week, Miss Ruby Rowe, of James Fow Saturday.
E. Burney )
E. 1. Fowler
Mrs. Starke TueJ Jacksonville.Rev. of his u..: over the arrival of a fine baby 13 rattles and measured six feet in Five Mile school opened Monday
to
visitors
were ,ill and baby have
girl Saturday.
Burke, of Waldo, preached at Mrs. D.WI/' length. with )lu. C. L. Varnes at principaL
day. ., Ji
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