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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 18, 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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Gainesville Saturday where they haw .it)' of (fleeing (rom the lo'nliltu If

(SCHOOL BOARDRENUMBERS been attending summer school. ARVEL CLISSONKILLED NICHOLS JUDGI I mold detection and I'tlnlshll1l'1I1' for BRUTAL DOUBLE 1

Mr. and Mrs. Levy Prescott, of Zifl, the crime he committed."

wore business callers hero Saturda i The. result of the action "f the J Imiirclis U

OLD I I afternoon I IN FALL ED SANE MUST that Nichols:.; will suffer!! the dent MURDER IN

Messrs. Geiger Barry and l C. I, !penalty fur the c'Umc'.of which hv

Roberts motored to Sompton, Stark!' \ stands n lotunted.AT i .

SUBSCHOOLDISTEri and) Hampton Wednesday FROM TRUCK}( DIE FOR CRIME : NASSAU COUNTY ;

I Irving Dyul was a business caller to 'I'll"I : LAKH !

I Hampton Saturday.Miss I : : ? .

T -, 'ItE STEAM TiriHiJ: TO Estelle \Vasdin, of Waldo, WHEELS OP. HE.U1' MACIHNFSSKD :" : STATE PAOOMM IU).Mill DK. Vases: Hazel Adkinn and Virginia w. II. a1NC.t1'i.tND.ON:'; ; : : 1I4rr

EKHAUL IIEATINC; SYSTEM: !spent Sunday with Miss Ruby Dyal. p.\ : OVEn nom CATS- I CMNK.s: TO OOMMl'IK: HE:.Mil \\ee>ks gave u rook party in honor of \M:; 1) 1101)1( RS; :MI"in.\ii.n UY

.\DI-ORD HUSH SCHOOL :Miss Irene, Thomas spent Wednes INC:'; ; INSTANT I HEATH I MINFENCK: ; 10 PIUSO1'1:101: : :Miss Mary Ella Edwards. who is t'isiting Ml' WmmltII1II'II'g:'; j ?'

dIY, at Louise. her) cousin, Hazel Adkins, at

'I I ..id met in regular !session Am; McBsrs. Geiger Barry, Will Jono* Tin- remains of Ar\el Glisson, who That Aubrey !.,-e :Nichols: young 1 Ivingsk-v) lake. Delicious. home-made F'I'l1ll1l1linlI1Il. 1 U I. ..Shoiitr J. :\,

'. with all members present! vii: : and Riley \Vnsdin were business visitors lived a short distance southeast of : white man, under sentence of death candles were served during the game Adams and Judge J, It, Stewart, accompanied :J:

Hit-kilter, E. T. Campbell anrl to the county scat Saturday af- Stui; l\i) >, were brought) to this city last I for criminally assaulting II whiti woman Miss Mary[ Avin received the first ( bv Dt'put v Sbeiitr! C. C. C"

(Ia7cn. ternoon. Friday for intfi'ment, ahd his wife and i in IVLund last IVccmhcr, ,is: of !prize, a dainty sachet bug, and Virgin Jones, J, \\", Skipper nnd Charlie Tor 1

..it.- of last meeting lead. 'and There will be a cemetery working two children are morning a kind husband sound. mind nnd able to dillYu'ntiatc Weeks won the booby. At the dost, 1'<'lrull-fl (the city about 11:11I::: ) o'clock

id. at Mt. Sinai Wednesday, August/ 23rd and father.L -1 between right and wrong, is the llnd- of the! afternoon, the !guests were served List night in answer to 11 message t

iirv orl c?ted! to get steam fit. All come ami, bring/ their tools am 1 This is H sod story which shows the li'gs of n commission appointed Ind with deliciouB fruit punch and waters from Hilllnid to the c-llc-ct thntV.. II i}; .'

one pipe at the school buildinIt don't forget the date. I Uncertainty of human life and human : (i'I\'. llaidc-c to determine the mental Wingnte and his. son, ScribVingnte, ..I".. {

,, Rev Dock Crews"" of Long: Bridge, planning.! / few days before Mr. Wil<-I, condition of the prisonoi.Unsing '. On Wednesday, evening Miss !Margaret former residents of tills county\ buts

It. I lodge, was appointed, as teal will preach at the Christian church son, 80 years! old, had joined u partyof its action upon tin- reportof Shriven entertained at bridge in \ ho have been living in lUivid) county \tt f Mn ;

Pun, Hill district to fill the \iiiuscd Sunday morning and I'vf.>Rinll. other men, destined for the East: I the commission, the stntt pardoning honor of her house guest, Miss. Sara for the past throe years, were killed :
Coast to look for As board has declined to immuU ,near the old "'In ntt. farts about eight
I by the death of 1.V.. :Miss Netu Starling was visiting relativcs employment. Jordan, of .Milloclni-ville, (;1IIiM"!
'1'-1'. at Sampson last week. near as we can learn, they rode in an'' the death sentence to life impiisonnicnt. Florence Alutthows made high score, miles! west of Milliard: nt 2 o'clock ''i

ordered, that the colored schoc Mrs. Alfred McKinney[ spent th automobile, and somewhere near Palm and .J. M. Mitchell\ won the booby. : yesterday, afternoon.The '0'J 1
house week-end Bridge 1 If lull their car broke down. A man lf( |>rie\e (GruntedNichols ; returned early this morning
inn' held in the church < at Long visiting Miss!\ fehrivor, assisted by !Mrs Weeks, party

\ River und l Pole church, com(' Charley McKinney.Mrs. [ driving n heavy auto truck: came along I I udlio is held! in the Uuval served lelii-ii.Vm fruit salad, olives and lifter the- judge) hid, empanelled a .t

101, at the sthoolhouscnear 1ify's n, Sparks and children, of Moun- and the party bargained with him to Bounty jail, was sentenced to hang on snndwUhcH!, with iced lemonade The coroner's. jury| and beard" the widened /; :"

'I place, anti l Wallace Nedd i intod is leoclia, were visitors here Sunday give them n lift He already had several : Kiiday, July 21, but Governor Hnr- invited !guestseie Mr. and !MIH., in the eastAccording In reports, it j It:' A

.! supervisor Gentry Call was a business callei' passengers and the truck was I dee gave the prisoner a reprieve of Clyde Alvarez, Mix.: .. liariro' Mr. and was n gruesome sight that greeted the .-

hoard unanimously agreed! to to Alachua last week now well crowded.I In a rough placeon I thiity-Hve days' following certain Mrs. A. Z. AdkniH, Mr.\ and Mrs.! Edward olUciids' eyes when they cnmu upon

'in Bradford County flank IIn exnei the road a suit case, standing near representations mud to the chief (']1- ( Hums Mi.\ and :31 es. J. !M. Mitchell \ the di-iul\ bodies,,both seated in a Ford rear r !f

cent on the school warrantire MM I .MKMiller the edge, was about to full oil. :\lr,1 I'culivo that, Nichols/ was mentally dee Mrs. Nolle Hughes' Misses\ :Sum; and on the front sent Thu (nutody b.t .;.t, G'

now ut the bank for collc-c- Glisson reached out to save it, when foctive. The reprieve was granted on ,..lorilnn, Floreme :Matthews anti 1 HlniiHobinnotto happened on a hy-rond/ which I

md which warrants we are not : Aujr. 18.-Rov. Parker, of I he lost his balance and fell under (he : ,July IS. (On August t the commiHuumnirivc'il Mabel! \\eller and Joe loads from the county road to tho old }1', i

wheels and was crushed to death I In Jacksonville to examine then faim and. the IISHIIHSIIIS weraL'onieuled t'k., ;
: n take up. Said! interest to bintil North!<: Carolina, is stalling: a series of Truby. \\ingulo ,

said warrants are taken ur ; meetings at the Harmony Baptist The family of the dead man have [ '. ----- by thu riiudsldu in a lienvy /.. (('
the of all and as soon as The commiHsion i included livers IT.lluford of bushes. The -
sympathy growth Hevenyonrr i
I following resolution! was ollcrciT church which will continue until Sun- A Flml'lLiZElt: ; MINI: ::
Campbell; and seconded by A. day night. Much interest is being the sad story was luained kind friends nttoiney general, unci mem- r son of' the youngerV"ingiile was ',

manifested. olfeicd! their assistance. This help! licrs of the pindoning board I; Hr. J. 1111 the l liiick, sent of the ( nr, and, with
acn.hereas. K.:: I 1))I. Card ill utilizing the inoie mess '
/:
much appreciated and Mrs. ilis-! (j. I'u linn 1', chief physhciius of the the exception of u bird shot which t
of was ; :
Before the division Mis. W. B. Winter Park bark found I
\ 1'eagle, opposite
decayed pine
district son has asked the Telegraph) to express .- )['lori la Slate Hospital"; I for the I Insane; lodged, under I tho skin of his. head I, ho
sail
(ford county our > ; i.. her :Mr. and Mrs.II. tho house lot.
visiting
parents, residence
its on power
her warn thanks therefor. 111'l J, 11. (Hodges, superintendent) of I was utiliiu'ini'il.I Tim l'hllI', escape
numbered from one to thirty-oni C. PeoplesOlson ) I The' bark has accumulated since 1UOM: ,
the feeble
for
the farm
state colony
: nothing short of miriiculoim, as
< 'men county having taken thirf Thomas made a business trip: nindi'd. ; Dr. Kij'moinl l', Turk, state hen/ the light) and! water plant was: wits like twenty shots must
K.VII- lomething
said districts, leaves cettaiilet. FLOJW.II() ( ,\S GREATER I '
> and! covers IIII'll111" '/\
stabliHhcd
to Gainesville Wednesday leallli! and Dr. A. Dnmo ( a
numbers HO\I :MILKACK; : '1HAN:'; 2i SI'Air: olTlcer George The hnve been lined Into the car anti the d
in our
That the Hal Moines and Leroy Mizello, of rector of the bureau of citmniuniialc aver two feet deep in places. uidios of the ,dond, mc-n. The older 'P
fieforo, be it resolved, into '
huve decayed
districts be renumbered n1ici '' Lake Butler, attended church here on rlorid.t in PI20! ) lluaslod of 31 U.ulroiuls > diseases and health units of the (earliest layers: )looxunod nan wits shot in the bend and l stomach r
""wing )) (. Thu bark deposit is
health! board.
\Monday night. ante 1IllIlhe.1 exposing his inlesineH. -
; A. ( I.. Largest' Will open, \
"H : lOucli!: member of tho commission \:ill a plow, then either hauled direct! I of iloublo-lmr- '
Thn
Parrish who has been imprint a
Miss Ruby ,
District No. 'Jl: is hereb;)
< onto the land intended for white
No. 5.iwtcv attending school at Gainesville, is Florida: was pretty well tiff in railroad lersonally interrogated the prillonertwo Iy I eleil shotgun) will! plainly to bo seen
.c(I to mil sweet and plowed in, III'elMI
potatoes
District No. 2o: is hercbjiDRed } 'spending her vacation with her par- imlc-iige in 1UJO, according to sports days being consumed in nn ox- animalsire un, the back of his head. und tc-mpla i
I'nts. of the Federal Census ISureau, lauslive Htiuly,, of his mental uondi- | put whole hogs and other The bodies of both men were evident-
to No. C..rndforel ) of
boddud.. The complete decay
/ \
No. 19 Is hercbjingcd Lake Duller having( at that time 3tltlmils:!!)' in 1900 lon. Iy mutilated after the! fatal/ whols. Thu
'. District Supt. O. L, Mi/elle, of Arrrslcd in .liickmmt tho bark when exposed} to the air Is '
than mouth und, chin of Kciib Wlngnle were
The li)20 mileagens greater
to No. 8. > vas here on business Thursday nfler10011. contains fvrli-
: Nichols was arrested In Jackson- 'iij'id.Vbile, it some wound-
tho shot and oilier ugly
that of twenty-five other states in away
21 it hercbj
"'/lmjllon District No. vllle after the IIsl "III1t'd: to No. 13. Earle Peeples, a student of the uni- Union. In the stilT Moil of thin nehthhol'tlo,1 were '
Detective Gl"orlCStolle a on
railroad with the greatest nnlnge ip by ..hells wits found. In I the holes' blown inloth
<.jf Distr.et; No. 28 is K-ioby (hantrNo \trsity, is home on n month's visit The lawn shop when iittuiiipting to IH Mr. in'd'H hief reason for us- indicate that
would
the state the Atlantic bodies, which
of in was I
11. Dennl Thomas was a business: visior any ring, it.
A Inl
'crtuin' articles iif jewelry (
!>> and killed at very clone range
hey were
That Coast Line, with 1,715.10,
resolved allY .
H it further to Five Mile Saturday. initials of the, DeLiind '
the smallest that of the Port St. Joe wiring willll'l According, to the testimony of the
9 i i' warrants or other certificates J. R. McLi'od made a business trip II in proved the prisoner's uncl"i .\ \.IOOW: T i in: MII; 'II II II I::0\1'1'1\ 11
ndebtc'tliie outstanding against to Worthington Saturday, Dock I Company with less than ono the authorities! ho Vingntu !boy, two men stepped from ;t
when by
Id districts Nos. 19, 2S, 27, 28 Mrs. Olson Thomas was In Gaines mile, to be exact: .72: of u mile.Thu questioned thn undergrowth and, began/ firing. He,
second readily admitted his K uilt. Ih- was Our Sunday, Rchciol duns. are open, I kill him ;
I
lI hereby transferred to the ville Thursday and Tilday, taking examinations Seaboard Air Line was I aid that themen stinted: to t
arc for un-
here safekeeping
held in
numbers ando ] with a mileuKO of 1,0'JG6": :; anti the jail there In room enough and to spare. hul hi begged, and they let him go,
.
iits b> their new til returned. to Do!Lund for trial. Hv! remember the wordsof !
Mothers: fathers
,
be valid against the new Several from here attended the barbecue I Florida East Const third with n totnl salting' him )get out of the car an.lltotll
as the were against the old > and speaking: at AVorthingtonThursday. of 711( 1,75, of which 5JJ:! miles was the : pleaded guilty und was sentenced to the; Lord Jesus, when ho said.: "Suf I the homo uf> bin uncle, Louis Kid f
ncrs as the death sentence
)
d'ath.o'ollowinl 4
( fer the little children to come unto meand
Jacksonville and about mile distant
main linu between I and. which was a
the prisoner was again brought to forbid. them not, for of such lathe
\Vest. Tho child, .did! not recognize! the men
non roll call the above resolution Mrs. Angus Biellinir, of Dundee, is Key Jacksonville, for safekeeping until the I
o unanlmouslyadpted. I visiting her parents Mr.[ and :Mrs. T.H. florid! in I 11120!) ) boasted, of thirty- date ecT for the execution.The kingdom of heaven \\'iJIJ/ltl and hiM linn hiul been rest- t

rht following bills were audited and Rimes. one railroads, exclusive of numerous sheriff of Volusiu county came The pastor was agreeably surprisedat ,)lents, of the Ilillinrd section for a

> dried paid l: Rune Brown win transacting\ : business short lines operated by lumber com Jacksonville u few days 'prior to the number out fur worship last (;;rent many years\ selling out their
Excluding, tho lines already to Sunday, lifter month of more or less three j
Fund panies. there about ago
General years
Butler Saturday loldingH
____.______ ,*" in Lake 21 for Nichols, and while here
H H fhomn Ineid _____._ those with more! than 100 July ( In the Hervices. Pile
interruptions Duvul
l.f: I> liiernnnl, do __.____.__.______ ,4.08! mentioned received word from tho governor that I II nd moving to Dinsinonin!
Lbr Co lumber __.-_d____ <"?.3 ilunmimcra miles of truck were the Louisville & pastor/ wishes to take this opportunity known all over the
__ ____.___ __________ l.n ZIFF would be grunted the county They are
rircw 1. W Kickliler Co lucid M netvice __n___________ 4.20 Nashville, 2H5B3/ ; Georgia Southern & a reprieve) to thank those who, labored so zealously : ounty.
ilo ___ ____ __________ 4.fll'' ) oner until his! mental condition PI'III-I I the services going during
E r Campbell -
A A Hagen .lo _____-u______.__ _____ ',ofl Ziff, August 18.-Mrs.: Charley:: Kl- Florida (Southern Railway System he determined to keep '1 ho < oroner's jury brought in a ver- .
salary upt __._--_.___ 13".""' i 162; .07 anti Chiirlotte Harbor and his UhSNU'C.'e hud a !good service 1 I '
A H A B llaten Wiuitli freight'. __ ________________ 2,3" leylnd children returned home Saturday Aubrey Lee Nichols is due! to die the attendance lict that both men met death by Kun-
_______ .00 Northern 112.6H. Companies withbetween Sunday evening, although
4O ,
orvicei week's: visit with her Hithinds, of piullusinknown.
A A Hagen liwitection _________ after a the expiration of that reprieve.Declines hot woiiinU at
W Harry nhinulM .. _____ 27.ftOCl 50 anti 100 miles included, : at wax not us! huge as we wished \
M Tli'vlll lumber __ _______--______ 8ft.211 parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mott, of e
H B VVlKiiln. inm.l -_-________________ JJ.JJKrailford Apalachicola Northern, 9!>.12; Tampa for.
Co Bunk Int _____________ Hague. Florida In InterfereTullnhessee No clue) run In arrived ut in conec-
l Hub Uhtrleta Alva Thomas returned homo and Gulf! Coast 80.72; Georgia Services both moining and eveningnext down 84
meld ____________ ---- 12.10 Miss 0130 Live Oak, '.>. The state U"n with tho kilhJlI1'II 1'h goes "
E N Coleman pardoning
and I Alabama ; Aug. We will have our evening -
____________.___ t'. Sund.iy. '
F O Hnxter not 1 __ > 51F eif the! most brutal ever perporaied \ t'
R Uaxlcr Int I .___....____-_..___ 4,41 sister Perry and Gulf, 83.88 I ; Atlanta and board this afternoon declinedto I services, until further notice, at 8 ut I: one the 9
___ f not only
2 ________ 80.00 t in the history o
E II: O O llnxur Ilaxter Interest Int 2 __noto_______________-___ 2,40 Mr. and Mrs. R. 1'. Lewis and children St. Andrews, Hay, OH.H1 1 ; Tampa commute the sentence of AubreyLee o'clock.! Note th'-change of hour but the stlitc p

I* 11 Haxtvr lilt and___note__._ 3_____.un___________ ei 72ft4: .ID Ovid and Beulah, were visitorsto Northern, 02.011! ; Tampa & Jacksonville Nichols, convicted of rape in Vo- aunty, 1 f
1: O Baxter rio 4 eiirlridgcs were
t. II Maxtor. do 11 ____.___u________.___ 8.1111 Hampton Bench Wednesday night. r>U.00; Oklawaha Valley, 5100; luHiit county, from death to life, im IMPHOVKMKNrS IN TIIONi:" ': EXCHANGE No truce lit any ) 4..

P G l< Ilaxter Hiixtvr" do do 10 1'-------------------..___________...___ 8a4 02.40E .. Charley Kelley and family are on I Kast: & West Coast, GO.63. prisonment.It : found, the asHusnins taking the empty f t
K O Baxter ilo 13 _.____.________.___ 68,04 of shells: with them. Winguto/ anti I his
__________ 82.40F. sick list at this writing. is announced! that the report
R n Haxter ilo 14 __ _____u- the armed with \\ he-stur rl- 4 i ,
__._______ 32.44 nULL"TI"i:" Mori were"
__ rilL'KCH
._ the
B Ilaxter" do 111 _.__ visitor to Sampson HYITlsr commission appointed by governor -
the A.
E O Huxler do lA- __._______"______ 84.80 Mr. Dryden was a The Starku Telephone Co., H. lies, having left Dinsmoro) early yesterday "
E G Baxter do 17 ____ ______________ BJ,40 Saturday. to examine the mental conditionof is installing the (latest -
d __________ 82.40J Bishop, manager, morning' for their old piece to
._____ twelve visi- Au- :
E O Hnxter da 18 brought us the said
and Last Sunday : "that
W Mon..nn Inet.l. -1ConHumcra n______________ 2.00 Misses Rhoda and Alva Thomas Nichols, showed devices for a telephone exchange beef it is said. I loth rifles
'butcher ,
H Lbr Co. election meld' 17 box__ 1_._-_.._._ 2.00 7.70 Avy Starling spent Sunday guests of tors, anti, nearly the same number of brey Lee Nichols possesses such men serving n clientele the sire of Starke, "taken it from the cur, which hadbullet
D May morning
H O Moon teaching li __._________.-_ 80.00 Miss Leila Dryden new scholars, to our Bible school. The I tal faculties us to understand, and I and they are capacious enough to take were side and frum
holes I in ono
K W eoll all Jat! this has exceededany and, !
Have. oom tax ---- attendance summer the difference between right
know
T le> rnnh lnl'.rJ :=::=- 8.78.OilBronker and this foreshadows care of tho town's requirements for which u portion, of the wlndxhielel was
Hank of Stark :; 3 ::==:=: previous year,
lI"d ft Furn Co do 8 ____.___ 8.00Bond.d WATEKMILL what is ahead of the school for wrong"That he possesses such mental yearn to come. shot away, and wore found, by the aide

W llayea com tax col DlntrlctaF 8 ___________ 4*.<3 the fall and winter work. Drop in enable him to real- The old switchboard, though still in I of the machineV. *
J E W Hay'" ilo 25 h______________.___ 17.97 Watermill, Aug. 18.-Franklin and qualifications! as to good order has after eleven years of Wmgatt- about 72 yearsof
the stationed with us on Sunday at 0:45 a. m., and Incident to com- \ H. was 1
There being no further business! Elmo Brown, who have been ize the consequence obsolete and RlIIW I .
r in the study of the Word of God. service proven und his nun was in thu neighborhood
b, hoard adjourned to meet the first Mon in the Canal Zone, is home on a visit share mitting a criminal act. bus replaced it. ago
switchboard leave
Kellogg old.! Both
of l"i:;
of deter years
when tho faculty
the
at 11:00
: day in September. with homefolks. Divine worship : "He possesses Thin ix the "last word" in switchboards t

I L. W. KICKLITER, Mr. and Mrs O. W. Thomas and pastor will speak on "New Testament mining the difference between the, it will muke surer und more families

c I:: '. Attest: Chairman daughters, Annie Belle and Verlie, Officers of the Christian Church." various< so-called higher and lower -: convenient; connections and lit much CAMPItKM: MOVES: : FROM

I t II. B. WIGGINS, were visitors to the home of Mr. and This; is l nn interesting study, in view grades of criminal' onVnspn. ns well simpler to use than the old pattern. lift. SI'AKKi:

I' Secretary, Mrs. A. B. Surrency of Pine Hill on of the development of officials during as t<> discern the difference betweena The lightning has hitherto been ul '
j the Christian centuries. All membersMr. criminal act for which one may be I Ipunlshd I '
Sunday. but the old lightning Mrs. K.: T. Campbell have
'< : bewrong source of danger: lr. and
1"
',' "I' GRAHAM and l Mrs. J. Goodge and son, Of the church are asked to be presentWyletainf and an act which ma.y protector ban been replaced witha moved( from Starke and arts now living ,

"WBriViC"J'i' \ : \\lDnn! Sunday: for this service. per se. old town of ;
tntbr ? which science has historic
\: will be conducted to realize the gravityof new one, pronounced in this pleasant! '
Graham, Aug. 18.-Mr. and Mrs. 1 G. n. Stearns, who lifted him out c Evening worship the "lIe appears which he committed, safe VVelaka, on St. Johns. river, Putnam N
church lawn provided ;
the the offense,
Shaw of Wauchula I w'atc-rs of Lithia Spring. lIe WI n The Campbells; have lived In 1i
Raymond spent the th .veather permits. This will be the last and that adequate punishment is provided All the old wiring in the exchange county.
the week-end with his sister here. i had to be shot before nine during which time
but Starke
hooked ervice. before Dr. Bullen takes his va- by law for the commission of is being replaced with new wires and yeans
t The finn < for being
Raymond Brown, of Sampson could land him. doctor gained a reputation
wasa the
,1 fisherman 'atlon and the friends are especially such an offense. (cables and all thin work Is being done
a and has been a
visitor here Wednesday. fellow weighed-In at 23 pounds h invited to make this the Best of the"remains" "He also realizes that a husband without putting single phone out of a fine physician school ?
crowd spent Wednesday at- .. "fishologists" viewing valued, member of the county
Quite a according to evening service outdoors. The ser- detecting another in the commission commission! even for a moment. A I
Beach. he would qual! Mrs.I Campbell has been ?
at Hampton Monday while
ternoon stands machinehas board,
mon will be illustrated, the stereoptl- of an act like that for which he new and improved ringing social affairs.
We are sorry to report W. J. Jones for the hoavy-weight championsh being used. Bring your visiting convicted would be expected to resortto also been added. The phone ser- active! In church; and '

and Mrs. Fanny Smith on the sick list among Florida fresh water trout. con friends and family. Let us make this personal, violence. vice will hereafter be better than ev- Both Dr. and Mrs. Campbell are regret very g

this week. .1 rousing service. "Be glad in the lilt Is apparent that he fully realized er before. These improvements are popular people and our citizens but
Eq-uilla Dixon spent part of times within the pala no longer with us,
Mrs. Rescued four avoidimmediate but Mr. noi- that they are
deaLord and rejoice ye righteous, ; and the necessity of caution to vry costly Bishop spares and.
the week in Gainesville on business. the bosom of the beat wishes for happiness
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month from commission time when his
for Joy all ye that are upright alarm after the ther expense nor patrons
Gracie Leta and Linnle Fog fighting a losinshout follow them. f fS
Misses each time
blue sea, heart." of the crime ,nd also the neces can be benefitted. prosperity I fI
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returned from I daily co
Wasdin
and Leroy fight with the waters yet

tlnuing to take her plunge in the sur:

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD] COUNTY) TELE GRAPH! STAKKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY AlHilsi,

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I "Magnolia; Balm in RH balmy as its' Stale of Florida.I _- '.. -.

I mi mo. Soothing cooling, absolutely hcN-bjr certify thai the forcfrolna Mntfmont

iloliuhtful. No other preparation! has of th* .rcoeIc.ta and dlMbiirHpmonU of the
: run,). of Rrfi TOR DEMONSTRATION ntrreefl! with my skin or given mo the July. 11122) I. true nnt1 correct, to the bc'.t
of my knowledge and belle
month, satiny feeling that conies with ,
o. w. AtTER94'tN.
the use of HaKanVt, l\Iu\ nolia Ucla (SEAL) Clerk: Pirouit Court.

C AUG. 21-23 :Mr... !lirunt who has the lamest drugI Bradford TmintyDy .
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I slorc here, sells It regularly and rocdinmunds KNICIITClrrtt. .
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; it liiKhly Yours truly Mr\ WHS PAIl) BY CITY COUNCIl.General .

FOKI MO'IOK) ( '( )UI'.\ :\ Y IS ANNOUCIN ; Alice Cox, 1120 Lane St., Topeka Fund
I IT C Jon,. mum council ,-__.__.____. 1J.on
; ;(; IK; ; DKMONHTRA-; Kansiis. This liquid face and toiletpowdtr .1 F Collev iio -_ u___ ___ __.___.. loon I "" : LI

) 1 TION; ; IV; ; ..lACKSONVII.LEIn P : 1 cautlfieH instantly. Brunette .II W J whIt Orltrin\ do.:ili -_-:--:::::::::::::::.::-.-. 12 JO.on.T :in

I white pink, rose-rod. 75 cents! 8 A Prism do . ___ __.____ son
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4 Dnvla Jr mayor few 00. ._ 11 00 (
ronjimi'linn I with I Ihi- T''ord l donl- at druggists or by mail. Lyon ]\Mr(. Sllna KIlo anlnry nn'l fe
ers thrciuirlntut the taU' of Florida.., ('o., 42 So. Fifth St., Brooklyn, N. Y. A A I. Alvnrt-a Put-eh aahiry do _..tlerlc. __n trcnauror__ '___00'ami.__) S2.00f 7ii : :
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: South Gi>iiriiii iiiul Soullu'UHf Alnbu- -Adv. lat collmtnr __._ ..___.__.__ (in."0 Get ; ,
I well Fred .Tone. uitneiia fw _.____-._-__. -fin ,
; mat aa as ninnerous pquipmenlmanufnoluriTH .------- C r Johlm do __ __ _________.__n 1 0(1K (
the Ford Motor Co. flNANCIM! 8TATKMEVT T> Wllkcraon. do ____. _____n__ 1 00
TOUNTT ECIIOOI ('hll/.... I limlerhlll, it.lo _.__ .__u____. .noSUtrltf.
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4 {la announcing/ a big industrial tractor FUNDS Telrribftmi C.,., phono __..__-. 8.7:;:;
Cotii.ty auiK-rlntt-tuti.nm rar.klal atatemen'' I D r Jonea Ills .10
exposition in Jacksonville on Aiifruat/ nt eouniv, nrliool fun.la for the month of :Hunk of Siarko I ,pay---"Nil't: :: :: -.- 4j

21. 22 and 23. 1-uly. 1022. A / Alibi. refuml on tax .. ..__- 8.QO ;
ftencrnl School Fund SlIps Klto 1Ii"" rlnncr.. __..____-_ r..2r.f I
The show iH going to lake place in nnliinco July) I. 1D2Z _____._______ .. _UIKin.nxHuoelpt f A Ktnin oovrrimv. aoptfe tank ______ 2n.OO 0 1Iz ...
a tent on the vacant lot at 735 Knit durlnir month __--....._--__2Hlin.onWurrHnU Mitnuficlttn. Keeortl adv bida, on plo| 4.Wt j .
-. iHKiieil. __ ___________._. n__ Hllims W I f. Wall fire chief ___________.__u 4.00 i. :!
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1 i :. Day Btrect owned by the Ford !Motor\ lllllanre AIIIl. 1 I. 1022 __--..__._______4877.11 If C Wall ito aa.lal nt .._____n____ S.on :. : :-
I.t net. No. t toe Wnlnwrlirht. flnmnn .- ._______-. 2.00 '
H j k Company, which lot is opposite thu nolnnoo July I. \\U22 ____._._________ 234 Dl f r Stnrlinir.:: ddo---- ---- --- 2.00Thoinim '
s docks of the Merchants & Mincrx flocelvla tlurinir month ..____..___... 81.on ; .. ...:::::::....::... Z.flfl: )
f WnrrnnU lHaueil __.___._________..... 4.1.2K: Truliy. Ni'vmnna do __n__...______... 2.0(1(
Transportation Company. llnllinco. AUK.. I. 1022 _.._.___________ 221.75 (:'lip) John tit;, -_.._.__ ----- .......... 200Chim.
1)1.1 rirl No. 2 Jo I unit cm-----------------------:00

They expect to have] at thi expoHi- Iliilnnce July I. 1022 ._._.________.__ 104.02 WhIt 1.:1': ),.......m do .--. -. ______._____ 2.on)
tlon Romp fifteen or twenty Fordxon Kecelula\ tliirlnit. month ._n______.___ 20.01WlirninU ) Willie) Auln tin l _____. ..__n_.____..___ 2.00T
,I '' laHued _____-_. _____.______ 117.HII 'r Ixinir ci lo ._.._. ______________u__ 2.00
tractors equipped] with rubber tires Hiilnncn Auir. 1. 1B22 _-._____________ 14.01 C C Cnwart do .--_nun__._.______. 2.00 SSE'i

L and will show more than SIxty Indus- July I.DMrirt 1022 __No..____.1Hillnnco ________. 181.40!I jouu. ?_ .__.__n .____uuu "u,*n.i'if_ __ The Phaeton

I trial and commercial uses of the mn1chines. Id.cvlnla durlntr month .______...____ 202. iaauinl, .___. ___.._...__ __ 10,00 N H Hull ctittmu wnodti .._.-..?.., lfl.00
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Lincoln
They will ho shown pumping/ llnlnncu, ) AUK. 1 I. 11)22 __..___......... 4flO.I3 N IJ) WalnwrlKht making bill county Beyond contradiction, : occupies r
rmtd and: hriduo tot _.__ 2.r 0 I : S
Dixrlet No. -u -
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water excavating, hauling larire, I July I. 1022 ________n______ 215.51Ret'ltu ..rV White & Him aupt.Ii..8 -_.__--___ *< 2B I place i in ever/ conci-ljration'or! qui'-' .
trailers londcd/ with lumber and other ) ilurlnit month .. _______ a.M) .1 F Colley repnirtnir" .irrndor, Me ---h. 11 I 7T I 3 8 0 0 It
--- -- ructi'n. 13 easr .
, WiimintK |1..u..1| _. ___-..__ _....___ fl.nn flier, nHw*., britluo lumber .......... 6.40 ,, 4 automobile cOI
material, in fuel! the! tractor as a I power 00 .1 A Morirnn. m.lnry ____ _.__ oo "" i I
Dnlnnce. Auir I I. 1022 _________..__ SIO.H2 -n J t 'nrJ'-r, ; 'i vnd r <
/ plant nnd transport unit will be Dlntrlrt ]No. IIlfilnnro Bank of Stance pny yoJIa ___.______::...'IT... .09 |I smoother* running.

continuously demonstrated for the entire ,. KereiiiiH" July ilurlnit 1. 11122 month___._.___________.-._.________ ZDu.BR 12.00 Total __._ .__.._- _.__. ? 2fl7 1)I' / ( F.O.B. DETROIT service rn: .tdily< 1.1": ::' J.(' "I't .

H WnrrnnU IHHUI<>'I,1| .-- ..---------. fl.OO Water work* FundC ) ) I than ( tJicr: .l re,,,
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n :, Jays, from 10 in the( morning I.1 lialnnriuic. I. IHiS' u- ___--__.____ 202.B8, A Futoh clock bond truiiU-oii. ,._. 2 00 under: c' :r any I'
,3 until 10 o'clock ut night. I DlHlrlrt ]No. I Ten Body Types of cluirvs
:I' nnllince July 1 I. 102Z ._______u______ 11147 NOTICE) : OP ELECTION Itt. price (
I I Tractor an Locomotive KvrvlMla.. tlitvlnii month --- ._________ Al.ql l 1 WTIERKAS: Hie rftflBlntnro of 1021. umli
One of the exhibits will be Wiirmnti. |1..1| _____.- .._._______ 2i.BO I fh I,,. ('"...tltulln" of 1 5)19) of I th,. lit nt", "f ri'-. I The.- c "t.' .t: d1l .llI ;'n.i : If"I'! l
unique? 1' .
I 1 idn. did four Joint Rtfudutions
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Ilnlance -
I Auir. I, I IH2e 74.78 \\tnu i>rr>
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1 the tractor converted into II locomotive niNlrlrt. ): ";,. 1 I I I hilt nmnnilrnpntit, ) to tin, Conntltutlon of tbo | are the result of j i, i l..l.. .ic.,: !
,! llnlnnrn July 1 I. 1M2 __ 197 8 I fltal',. of Florldrt, om) I tho name were I.'r.l I i iI II, .
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with a short railroad, showing {' H.Ti'lpU clurlnu month _______.____-_ H.rn) I,I| to. hy a vote of three-flftlift of nil tho* 1111''h '''- J j racy ever realized* in motor car .1 stru.:
t the feasibility of using the machine Wiirranla lunged .n_____.___......__ 8.001 I!'' ,'. elected |10 inch. houne ; hot llo'o. I 7
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tlulnnco Auir. I I. 111. 2 __ 10IRI on mid Joint n..nlullnn. woie ..n"'r.1! upon', '
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for logging anti mining operations Dl-lrlet NoT I I t lot ir 'roHpoctivw JnurnulM with (he Y" tin ,t n.l j
t IBnlnnoo July 1 I. 1022 __________n____ 70011 invs thort'on. nnd) thoy did. determtno nnd li- j J. W. ANDREWS JR. Dealer
1 road construction work and by large Kecelnta during month u_.._______-_ 26,51 net Hint th. tin id Joint Kcout| cnn I... .',10.' ,
4 manufacturing plants. Wnrrnnln, l..ueil, _.nn_...________ 11.00 nil tort t to t ha. doctor.* of *'hI' Rt.nt)cnt i h*> II
) Ilnllinoe. Auv. 1 I. 1U2!) _.______. _u__-_ 101.51 I n"n"r.1 h..llno In N.vcmIr.NOW. I" STARKE FLA.I .
:' I An enormous parade of tractor- Dl.lrlct No. II I : TIIJI!:!( )'OnoJ. I. n. ("L'\Y' CR\W-
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j Hulnnco July I. 1022 ..-______._______ J8S.811 I T'Oltn. SfcrHiiry, of Stnto of the y'',,tit. l,(
jt drawn unjtii will feature the show and llecelpta, ilurlnit mnnlh u__..____.___ 8.01 Florltln. du ln-pt-bv. irlvc nctke f thntGISNRRMi a ''I .

1 It has icon arranged to have tractor- WnrranUi, lamieil ___.___._________ fl.Od !: : KLFCT1OV .. I I I :f -.. -. -. -. -,
llnllinco Au". 1022 ---------------- 141.37 will b.. loll, in ench county In Florldn on Tnrdiiv .- ., .
I drawn busses making( connection with IJ JlUlrirt No. 10 ni'\t) rttirrrrdinir. ) trio H rut Monday in N"- I >-. -4 .- ,.' -, : ::- -. -.-, .- .
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U all the incoming trains for the rinlnnct! July 1. 1022 ______._________ 138.02 vcmbiT. A. I D. 191i2 the cola 'riic'elio' bcin< I' ----- ------------ -- --
y i ( purpose ItereipUi) durlnir month __._u_..__... 1.05) { I tho I I
'. of transporting visitors to tho WnrmnlH laatieil ___ -____.__.___.u__ S.OO I I Illnlnnro SEVENTh DAY OF NOVEMBER: I
? ) A\I". I. If)22) ._____________ 187.811 for th,. rntl. OratIon or rt'joction, of th' ntil iI, I Ilolnl
exposition.A IM.Mi-t Nn. U It,.*"lut i hn. pronoHlntc. nntf"" 'mlm,'titH '0t |I I Ttu> limfntr. on.. htindrcit tlmt.nnil, or I! OF 8AIE ORDER FOR PUBLIC( \ i
'- large number, of equipment manufacturers : rinllince) July I. 1022 ______________._ 40(1.00( ) t tho (',.net itutlun. of tho Statv of Florldn, vU: I It i I rn.,!*O"Ullli." shall have four rrp...Mi.ntnlivra Not Ire In JO'fCF'" to all poronn Inter'oKted I In
I KtceliilM. tlurinir month --. .__.____.__ 4.2rtWiirrimlH i I nch, : the, eountii'i huvinir thirty thotwitni! '' ,) In the ontnto of William C. Inv..II. Into Circuit. Court. Stat of I Ii %
will have representatives iMauetl.. ._.______.___________ 800Kuliinctf JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing in, j nntl, nol ninre tluin one hundrfd thounnnil of Itriilfor.h, county, Florida. .." : Thnt'IT. Judicial Circuit Bradford '
) Auu. I. l 1I!);a _______ ._.-______ 407.22 Amondmont. to Section, 10 of Article XII 1 I impnlntlim stilt II hove three Ki-iiruipntntiii. Florence. E. Powell. (f.imnllnn of Murthn' copy.A. .
on the ground
J on display and the Ford! will )lln lit lien July 1. 1022 _____....___.... 4O .IO |lf.'liling.; to durntlon.Rt hllnh"0 nnd, nnt more limn thirty ihimminclpopulation wIll on 10w..1, fllh. 1 111.2.* nt 10 o'clock In Complainant. I
,/. company li-cfl.ln| ilurinir mnnlh n._.______... 11.11: .> I It Holve'l. by tho LoKinlnture of tho Stale itlinll I leave two ..,."'.*.nlolh.... ".h. I the mormntr. npplv" to I Honornble U. A. ( ..". ".
.' have a large number of reprcHentativca .- Wnrriinta. lH) .tieil __ _.________._____ II00llnllincf of Florida : All ciiiinlk'H hnvinir l,..,. I him ten. I thoiwimcl i il I County JuilHO of Hradford County. Florida, nt Enter. Andrew
,\u.... I. 1IU2 .-_.._ .____ ._h_ 4H'l.2tf! Ihnt thai followlntr nmmdmcnt to !I.Uon j l flvu hiin.hvd, iHipulallon .bal have on. RoprcI the curlhotne in Stnrko. for an order to sell n.f.nd.nl
on hand so that visitors may: go I 1)I.t) rlrt No. 13 Ifl nf Artieto. XII[( of the Cnnntitutloti of tbo I ntntlvv edict The ".. npportiiinnn.nl." 1 nt private or public cal... nil the rlnht. 1Uonnd 11111 !:r afTUn\it) m..' ,. .
into details of the llnlnncp July 1. 11)22) 210.04 SIn' ).. of Mnrldn rctiitlntr' to ", I".oll..n( h... I nil provldi-d 1 for. in (hi. mnenilmt-nl. hall IntermIt of Mnrtha Florence Powell andWillinm filed In the nboveatateilndpcwn < ,
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: 1" any )K.ceilM!| ililrlnK month ______00 _.__.- ..IllVurrnnta ) nnd the come in hereby ntrrcod. to nnd Rhnll the l-nlvrnl, Tc-nnUB ni'Xt proceilmu. the all. I ,, C. Powell Jr. minor liein of the \ the dofondnnt .> uunnri'Hiclont '
'. equipment khown. There will bo souvenirs \ iiiaueil 8.00llIlliilt'o ho Htibmittod, lo thu ,10"10.. of tho State nt j IPortionmi'nt nicole by the I.oulnliilur., .', I kvrvi I Hiilil William C. Powell deceased. 1. In ont] to the of tho State of 1 1I. 1In i\
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I AUK. 1. 11)22) _._____.________ 298.0:1: I tbo frenornl election. of rnpit-Hontnlives in IOU i COlln11 Hlmlt Imvo nt I..l .n.. prvflinlfl- 'I following named 1'.on"l nnd real n .reHldent, of the ely of ,\
2 3 for all visitors to tho show IlInt rb et No II I Iibolanc for approval, or rejectIon. : I Tlic tovprnor ). by 0p,..,lnl mc" flau(* I ,'.tale uttunle.l In ,P"'I.orll.CoulllI. North ) tlono :
which will be free to everybody who July 1. 11)22' : _.______..___.___ 11145 I Hfctlon. If). Th, I.iwtalnture mny prolilo I t I" pitch house at the Appropriate soflBlon nft to-wit : 101'10. jonra."lna'tn; i therefore ', '
ii i I Ki-cellilH during month 1__.u_____.__ 2.40 i for the divlnlnn of any county or countlps. Into I lt). l.i'frlHulttro] direct the attention of each I lIbel Pour, Fh,'. Six soil Ten. except throehundrid .. bo ,i., "
i.4 interested, in seeing many uniquo Wnmtlita. laauiy" ) ..----.-----....... 800llnlnnco "nv..nl'nt, ni'h'iol dlntrlct. : and for the dectinn i I I lliMii.0 to t ho \proviniiinfi or thin nmcndmunt.. and fifteen foel I EnM, and Went hy null,', to nppcor to the Mil '.'
the A..". I 1. I 11)22) ________________ 14J.8S )blonntnlly of three scion) truHttMd. who .",1 If the I.i-Klnluturc that .h..1) mi'c'l A. P. Two Hiinilrrd, and ton feet North nnd South, in mimI enlace on or b..ro1 .
.: arid interesting/ operations of trac I HUtrlct No. IS Hbiill) hold their. office for Iwo yi-nn. and who i I I 1'i .t. or any succeeding L.llol"l\lr Ihnt shall in tiltSouthwest' Corner urnl I liclonnintJ to dny of September.. A. D. :HfilleKtitlonH !> '

tor. Iliilnnee .'"Iy, 1. I 11112: __ .-____ ._______ 128.88 nhnlt have nuporvltiion\ of. nil tho Helmut, 'i m.ft every. len yearn, Ih"r. .... I M K. church. lI.uI". Mra. H. ('. PwM and of ...hl| bill) will 1 1. !
\ Keceiiti tlurlnu month ._. __.._un__ 2I7AWnrriinta within .the dfetrict : nnd for the lovylnu nndcollection I' fall. itpportion tho rcprtwuntntion the Mm. A. I.. Codwln. and) Htik Fuurl.n nnd FtHHeil by ffnld dond..nl
I Ford dealers everywhere have full iMaueil. ____00 ____........ 30(1( i : of u :hxtrfct: .Hchool tnx. for the rx- i I ScOtt land) I in tho I ir.iuitn of KeprcHenuitiven iw Smith Half HlncIt Fifteen in Knot Lnwtey Incnted It I 1 further th,1 111.1",1 i 1\>
information regarding thu show, and! lliillinuo A..". 1. 11)22! _-_ __.--.____-__ 148.00 I rlunivnmc* of puliHc, fro HchoolH within thdlfitrii't <> J I h,.. .ln Irh"'d. It .hnl he th. duty of tho In !I.llol Twenty-three, AI.o the F.oat t onco n week for four c. r
UUlrl.t) No. I'lliilnnco ) whenever a mnjorlty of the qunllnd (ioternor convene L"II'I.lnlur in Sro.I I Half nf the Soutlii'njit Quarter of the North- In the Priul(nrl County Tvnper \ I
l will be glad] to give full details when {' July 1. I 1(123 ________._______ 121.112 ,'Ioctnrn' tlirrmf,) tlmt pny n tnx on rcnl i I ,'h.1 H,>Hi.lon for the purpiHto stakIng. such ..t.tlnl.l.. of the Southenst ( ijunrter of published in nnfd,. rntint. .'H' '
I I )KeceiiUH "", 'In" month _________..... in.02 or tifionnl 1 iimMprty: : whnll I vote In favor: ; of |I Inidell upportifiimvnt.) nntl by public .,/I..m..Uonn"d Section Twenty-nix nil In Tu\vnhfp Fixe This Auituut 1. 3022.
called, upon. Wurrnnta, laautMl, _.___________...___. 8.Oillliilnncn )) levy. ; pro'l..l.) thnt nny tax nuthorlxnilby by communication (re each 1..I.a 10 direct) South Kimtfe Twenly. wo EMI ; / G. W. \ l.II" 'i 'I /,
: thlH Hc-cUfin tthrill. not uxcood ton mill on nttcnllon of each HOUKU to All ) Clerk <
-- Au,,. 1. 1022 ----- _______ 137.61 dollar I Ilhe provisions tint ijerwonnl property connbtintf. of "01
Iii.lrlrt No. I ITTlnluneu the In any Iflp yonr on the taxable of t till nmendment.SIK lenses, bin,.rein, still li\o ntook tioln, By C. A h' 1

July 1. 10U'2 ._______._._-___ 80.07Keceiiila "property of the dIstrict ). 2. That any antl nil provisions. of the oom"I..nry. shanties f.tu., .. .0dI" hnrnoMH. 1 M. .rUSS. !I''
THAT\ KNIFE-LKE PAIN' ) ilurinir month ______._______ 110110 A JOINT RESOLUTION .. | CoiiHlltullon in confliel with this iirovialon bo inrluillntr all that certain named ;" .. for ComplnlnautMASTER'S .
r Warninla. ii.BM.Kl __.-____--_--_____--_ lo.lO') I Article V Troposinir\.. .nAm'.nln..nl amid' the .umo. ore hereby rcprnled. anil .,'1 forth in I hOI cortnfn. mort"n f, .'
I. of Iti
ConHtltu- .
Hulnmv, AUK. I. 10S2 _-___n_______._ 41.87 dnteil Miirch, 2. W22. oh,'n by W. C. I I SALhI 'i
i lion of tho of
) StatIc Florldu Rt-lnllve Ihu.tipinry J'.w.1
Dl.lrlrt No. in ,,. to I 1 ti.- \.Ir. cast In complfnnco with mId proptmed nnd J. A Ilnwe to tbo \ I 1..by I notIce IH niven t hn','
____ Dopnrtmi'nt" "".nlmonl, nod the cnnvnua, tleclnrntionM Storm. Company .Con.old..d, ,10 I u t.uit: certain flnnl I Ientered ;' "
Iliilnnre July I I. 1922 _.__ ...__ H.2K I n,. It Itonnlvotl. by the LoKlxInluro. of the Stale > I .1,1<| II" 0. f,
lt,..,eliti| tlurlnK month __._u_.__ -. __ 25.20 dir hrda. .( nil returns th.t. shall be gubjeutot] : niortifoitc liutntr' on the 22nd. ilny of March. on the 28th day of .1 lul I \ W' ,
Is Only One of Nrturo's Warnings of ,iWnrrnnli, ittHitetl ..- __..-____.___ SOTHiilnnoe Thnt the :followlnir, nmondmont to ArticleV I ,. the slime '.." ,, rentriction. na aretrovti'd 1H2*?. recnnled MoriKiinDuuk: : No l, nt i by: thu id A. i '
i AUK. 1. Itiiii) ._._-- __-____ ._ 27.1i! nr tinCanMltution) of the MInt of Floritar.'taive 10, low for general elections, in the 1'nite lot of I,,.,pulil.c. reoonU. ) of H.lcorl of tho Circuit n'rP'of Duval 1 < \
Dlcoiticved,
Weak
or Kidneys.Havo Ktuto of 1'lorldn. .
: Awiwt. I. 1022. I I County ,, acting for and inn tend of th.. ,
itt the Judiciary Dopnrtmcnt to hentnnhiri'd I MoridnM.ORENCE
IN TESTIMONY WIIEREOI1'I K. ''Kiwhlli: Judicial, Circuit of 11, ''i
bauU tiolium day niMiiroiin COUNTY. Section, 4:1):) of sal,) bo I'OWELL. \ Vi"1
you a lUitK1* Article V. nndth )
have hereunto net nw hnndnnd I f
r Bl'AlW OP l.'l.b DKIIM.I ) I Gun.lan of Martha l"luii'i'nct'o'.voll ,md Wil 1 dixMunliflod.. In that certain miLnnd I '
ii and nigh? Do you ltd HIII-I| p.iins hereby cerllTy! that lie, foreiroInK. atate- :: clIme' >il to In the hi-roliy; :Hector: (nwroed: of to tho n t't'1 1 the betiibmitti ( !) the) StaIn nfTlxvd of the Florldii.(:".'ut nt Sen Tulla-) of I C. )I'owell Jr. fIt,"" ITclm of WI-I'' I. Hunk of Columbia a i'' J(

After wtuoiiu|,| ? Aru the klilnfyauoio ment of tho receiplM Roll I dliibuniementa of tronornl flortlun to bo hold. on tho ttmt TUOK S"I h"..... tli. Cnpitnl, I lietwentynfth I \. 7 linm. AP1UNS.C. Powell tkccnfted. the."m".I.nl.) nnd Idella Bnlltn "' ,
the aehool funtla of llrntlford' County for the day! after the fln.t Mondiiy 'In November. A. th. dofendnnui. the undonlttni! of '
0 ? ii> their action ItnBuUirUBO month of July. 1022:!, la true nnil correct. I II. lt'22' for rrilitlontirm or rejection to-wit : 11122.!> day I Attorney for Gunrtlinn S-4-8t0-l I' mile nnd. .1 noil for cimh to I O." .
Poan'a 1 Kldiu, >.\ l'lild--.Llle) inciliciuortcoiuniciuletl I..., tho bent of my knowlethrtf antl belief Sec. 41. Tho Low. in liit u re may from timeto H. CLAY CRXWrORn I biat ..," front of the coin : 1.
: ,, by St.irktjIieoplu. H. H WIGGINS. time nnd nn thu biminomi of nov circuit retiilrc'e. 8-1-111-11-3 of I'j II'fl.: OK API'I ICATION FOR TAX'DEED1 I II I ,StiirtuItrn.lford county. Flm, .' ,'I IIns'
HO many S..ar..lar the, '
County !etierlntinitnt.CI.8nKS ,,, '. ,' *provldtt for the appointment, of ono or I tUtSEI"f: : (' 571 OK I' 4th d"l of Sor"'mI i I
/ Auk your neighbor! more ,nddltlonnl, Circuit Judtrofl for HOtth Circuit SfATl'lhS: : TiE I during. tho hOIN ,
i Knch. poach mliNtionnl Circuit .Indue Khnll JU'U'E OF APPI.IOATIOV FOi TAY DEED Hert'liy LEE/AI I i Iliac of tmtlafylntr the snot tin" V
Chas. UrutciiUo.il; limner Slurkf : REPORTStnrhe. |> IF:( II'n that Krrol" Ahnrci.purchnner .
I lo npi> lntt>d 1 by ()tie lovornnr. nnd confirmed i iv UJIHR riON 67' 1IIK: of Tax ('.- numbered r ilowiniT| .crihe < Bays : "I can hardly Ue uribo, the lln. A u.I I. I IOJ2Fe i tho Rennto. nnd hold ofFice for nix ycnnt. I Inml | .. STATUTES !:!", Inaueif bv thn hit col rUnoot., ,, of llrndford ,, .In Ilrndfurd anl"t. Floriiln., ti t
I piuliirud buck. |.crt of the Clerk of the Circuit, CourtIn nlmll" receive the. slime unitary nod nlloMnncon '- I I Ilereby notice In irlvtn I that DY.. Mnoro.ptnvhiuter ( ',tiitv. Florliln, Haul .','rt lllcntt. lining. dnt"I'i : : J''
from lame
nilHory nntl fur. Pratlfortl County. Florida on account for expfimofl n.. other Circuit J"d., .".. |, of tax Bale .orWlut. numberetlrtHpertivily AiiKiiHt 2. 1 11120. hnB naltl ., In l Smithwe n..Q.re North.1 t < : ,
"'ht'n I t Irloil, I lo t lift It lo'.t: an thonghKOIIIOOUO of ta"... .......01 for the :year 1'I21. lie rihnll hnvo all the powers nnd perform nil 24H 2fl'.l.) iHHtied. hy I office' ",nil baa matlo 11.0|"IU.IIII.n I ?'rUI.lIl. ilfcd,ray I| Section Towmhip .
f had stunt knlfi> Into Ihu E. W. HAYES. tlu. "lulloii.. thai aro or may Iio providtU, or .. the t tax itdleclor. of Hrntlforrl. ( county.. Florldn.Hnid to IttHiie in nccordanctilh Inw Snitl, certill-I i I' Rang Twenty-two East, run ; ;
f n Tax, Collector t.rt'urrilu'd. by the Constitution or hy Klnttitofor : celtiflcali beinit tinted 2. U(2( <1. bus I cute. enihrnceil) the |I."d. In Hratlford 'twenty-nix and two-thirds rodt \
small oC my lIu<'l;. I was iipnrly peat To nrnflford. County Circuit,, .1",1", ..... aol all stntutoN conoernx IIlet! unit) tertileaten I( ;: \I in uiT' nntl: has C.jnnty. ,rlllwlnA. .1 nl I the date of- i l Nty mils thence" Weal flfty-lh,
I | at the Count Proper Circuit Juilura shall apply to him. Wherever 1 :tnntl:,. npidirntion:: : for 1nde Inane in oc.1 I the ixxunnco, ,' ,.f onl,1| | intfleni." ,. in the mum thinl! I rods to Wont lino of anid I '1' ,
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//ul up n gIlt lines July. I. lo hot duo ____._____.... ......17.11.08 there ore two or moro Circuit Judxo, eorilnnct' with law. p 1..lnuf..rn.tla"llIrlll., Bit forth to-wit turn I thence' South twenty rod t ,
; kidney Hi'ci-ell na nnil they c.int liioil Hy, Hint collected ... __ _-. h -- ftnH.(18AUK. nnpolntod for n Circuit the hiiHlnoHB may be Sultl, Cert)tlt'iitos rt.spectixely. i "'nii,. ..-.,. thofollowlnir Certiflente No 'ls: embrace I lie S 1 1''lI i:ncna of Knid, (Junrtor ,..U.n. thcnc ', .
: divided nmonir the Circuit .'"d"on hnvlnir Jur. Inntlit In Itrntirortl.. county I.uhha.. | of the followlnir tlmcrilit.il, piece, of land to-1 i rule. to Enwt line of Raid Quart. v. j I
leil, uej.niti.t, I re.ul bout I IlJiiu'sKidney
w : a 1. to unl due _._____-.. ___._-_ 77.1.:ID Ittdiction In I ho Circuit nnd in any County in nHBenfted. nt the date of the Itmtm'ice.. t "it : H<.K nt ,point 210 I ft H of NW ('n, of North tiuhty mIlls t point of 1". '.
I' I'll.H: andv I boxuti i>urchnxcil Agricultural Fund the CIrcuit AH mAY lie prescribed. I bv lAW. and certincnt In the nnmeB. reHpecll' t ly 1..I.nf'l Northwent. Qunrfer' of Hunt nM Quarter & iiieu

; ; nt Tir..o.'s: Ding: Si.ore cured July' 1 1. to bill duo .._______________... 811 (80 u hero no prnvtitlon him been mode bv Inw i j ler piirticnlnrlv .o forth. to-wit: i run H 7 :in-HMi), rhnlnii. 1 .Hl-ino clmmn N | 'ho Went Threo-Qmirtt, H '
t lly 'unit collectetl. _-_ .__.______.___. 47.11:1: tIc distribution) of tIe' hunino R of the Clr\li |I Certillcate ) embraces Northeast. 7 :i'l.f)0, | ) chain,. W 8 'MIIIt1 chaini. lo beilnliilW I I Quurter. of Sotithoattt Quarter of "- .
me." between the Circuit ludre, nf the Clro"i. Quarter of Ronthenat, Quarter ex ft A in FE II I It in Noel hwct Snuthcnit IY.I"o. TownRhip Five South. It Mtuo ,

/ Price COc; at all tlonlets Don't AUK I. to 1ml duo ._Un ...-----:- 88.67 of any County In the (I..ul. allotment i I t I.Cor.c.ee.i Sec K :a4.C'.rlllia.'1". 6. S. K. 11 E., 3D ncrva, a.1 I 20. Tp. 8. 8. .R ., 2 ncroa n.t.QunrMfC. .-- Ejutt. cu"loinl"l fifty nri, < -
County blued and llrld or n"nl"rimont of nod cnHm to T- | .d (Jot uiuwn. I...

simply nsk .r a kidney. rl'lIH'dY-let July 1. to lint duo ----------...........1711: no bo han.. ,citlttl.' ordered, I rfod. decreed or II I Cerlitleale. No. 210 embraces Northwest Unless. anld ccrllflonte "hull be redeemed 1 A. S. CI!
c, J Pouii'a KUIiu'.v j'1l11l-U, xanit,) that Hy milt collected _____hh.______ 00868 o.IJ"I".d., "hull bo controlled. or mndo when. j 1 Ounrlvr nf Northeast Qunrtor nnjl, North Half i inccortllnir to Inw. tnx d.ed will l issue)thereon Special MoMter I II
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noroHimry by the Circuit Judtre huldinir the Northwest Qunifer, ) S. JtI I tin the I Illh I diy of A. 1 I 0. E. KNIGHT.
September. > )
Mr. Crutchfloltl liul.; t FoHter-Milbura! mm>Miion oil ml lint I In ditto. No mldiUonnl, 21 K., l 120 norm, assessed i Oi2u I %vii W22. t
Auir. I. to bnl duo ---.-----..__......: 77.1.81: (' No. 271 R..7.: ,. ni'1* my "irlclnl .I..nlltll.. antl wal this N.lclh. for C..m"t.ln..nt.
Circuit JIIA" or Juihr nhnlt bo niithorlxod .rll..le ? of l th lay of AuKiiHt A I
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July 1. to lint duo ___.________. .._ .:'4rt1H to 75.000 hi:* apiwintcd inhaliilnnti: In a Circuit having: leap S.-.,. 2K. .Tp. CJunrter T, S. R. of 22 2I> neren, Qtinrter anaemieil, I n W ALDKRMXN.: -J TnTOUDGEOSTHI'/ d," V
by the lust rodorul or Ro I lerk < 3 (
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Hy llniiiri.nl
ami collected :
,i /: h -. .___1017.3'J census occurr n\t\ next before the pnimntre. i itho J. H. Wikon. 'I'.ul County Flor- Sealed! p roponnU for buildinir i
i I', Cerliflcnttf No. 2AA bow nt 1n Iii,' Santa' Fe river on the '
Inw Qtmrtor
I for hU or their nppointmcnt. .ml.mo" I r.oC'
AUK. I 1. to bnl iluo., ,_. _____ : I S..I i .
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n IQIB.ftO t Sec lln. One-hnlf <> "III| ho received bv t he
? I LoiilHlnturf or mill N. line of H.I.BI.'I. ulnchun
mny roponl Inw .. for POt on .
Tnlnl,, Sub School .01 providing Sue. 2 -- .I..v., n. ._.. __., _. ... : ".
,' the apitointment, ..? 4 and run S un dekraea E. 13H ft for a 1nlnrtinir I '
July' 1. to bal dun:: --- .-- ftd2.HO, JII"o. or Circuit .hllun.1, Crtlt' pt. Said pt belnv. 50 ft from center ORDER FOR HUCATION .\i ,; County: jiII': :;; ,:, nntl th;:
1886 lly slut colluded .- : ::::::::-:::- BI1.70AtlK. cult but R..hlonll".RI JII", affect, t the ,'of Ry. trnclc thence S. 8-1 >4 tleKrova E paral I In Circuit COlr. Slate of )''Inldn. Eiirhtb. Homl. .I.r..t. of (.. Connnt
lel) with Ity. Ill) ft., thence N Juihclal the ..* of aald boards ntil I IM \
I term, inlnry and jurlHtilctton of a JuIa l holdItiir < f>5Ui ileKroca K. Bradford County In Chaneery. U .
I. to bill dim ___..h_ .----. -..- -- ( o-i:; an I 141)( ft., thenca N. 8l'i deffreea BO ft.. ;Tueailny.' the Slh day of SfpteirThe /
Huh' Schi.ul Honda. "p""lnmoo- I I' thence 8 6S'j' devren W. 40 ft, t of beir I I'In I nnn Hnicn. Complainant) > ,
: : July 1. to bnl diitt. _____ .____-... 73201* A 1 | Rn' NorthwiHt Quarter. of -. : I' va liontl I.u.t. furnIsh :
I DAVISINSURANCE Hy unit collectetl n.___-.____..__.... 4.1807AUK. : ') Amendment: Section 3 of I'rl.o.ln"". XVI nf 8.", 2. T. 8. S. R. 22 E.. ajweimeil R 11.Quaror.I' I O. B. I..n. Defendant. I dfliveretl at .. ,wi. aite. .1. .
: the ( : of the t.. ..rl of Florida.I I f Unli.. certificate shall K'n"1 I by alt"11"11 ulll be required o.nI I Inlmeiiulpnient
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I I. to bnl tine. ___ __ __ t'j. nf'11"? nppeniled to I ,
n.h -_ 204.81 Ttolntinir to Tlmn of the 1'nymvnt of according to law tax deed, will Issue thereon f ,) the nliove-alated th neceBaary to buIld laid lvPinna
to't (I. W. ALDERMAN. Hnlnrff: of State Officer I In. I< on the 4th dny of Septemuer. A. D. 1922. i .. the defendant therein cnuBo that O. Soil npt"' incationa mny be t
Ierk Circuit Court .. It Rcnolved hy the LegIslator,. of the State IVltneaa my olTiclnl I alKnntur and enl this I re.dent of the stat of named I. a non. tithe. of the llonrd of Iloml Trust.r'fr.l
: ( p" C. A. KNIGHT. of Florida I 9rd tlity. of Auuuxt. A. D. ID2J. of slate Florida and I I. n County Stark. Florliln. or o'of I
IIS.a" Deputy Clerk.FINANCIAL That the following! amendment to Section, 3 O. W. ALDKRMAN. FiTtT'"Inriln. that"hot"T that thnn "" Slit',, or th,. DIstrIct Engineer Room 8. I
t -- of ArtIcle XVI of thv ConHtitution,, of the Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford County, Flit a reahh.nl .of the, the uniil defend (itilncavllle. Ftorldn.
STATEViRNY: of COUNTY StMt of FlorIda roltttinir' ) to th. timo of the I iMenll' It* C A. KNIGHT, 'i over the nit. of twenly-one Slate of Ohi,.' theV"fc'.n" The ."oo..flll bidder will be .
FUNDS payment of the ...I.rl. of Shale otficvern I. 8-l-Bt-ll-l Deputy ClerkNorKK ") yours: it I. rnrn' ,ah a bond in the aum of 0' I
[ Mtinthly nnanelil. itatemant ..r Bradfonl' I hereby n..re.' to and ahall be .aubmittiMl to h'Tji hh"V"M n"n..d..nl, d'f'ndint contract. price.
_ STARKE County for lh. month "if July. 1D2J the fleet on* of th Stat. for ailoption or rejiTtinn I TO DEBTORS: AND CREI>lTOltS bill of complaint, (IlIad.'u'.d I In' to ui>nenr to the Tho right I la renerveU t reject
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General at the irvneral election of reprinentatlvctt *. | All |...."". IntlehtiHl tt> the estate of ( l,for. M..n.ly, the fourth .011 cause, ?? or I hida.
Fund "r"
to held in the A. D. l')22! of SeptemI'r W R. TIIOM \
year Schlelrh. Into of
b liradforil County Floritla.tlfcrn A. n. I
Itnliince. July. 1. 1022 .--- ---_.___----BM4H.1 That I. to unld) auction Bhall be amendeil' .ftl. are reille. .ted haY their anld bill will 11122| ""L1' '.wl.o tIle nlle..ntionaof nnld Chnlrmnn. Road ami Bridir., DiatnAluchun ,
ItecetptM, tturlnK month ._.__._.__ t d.bt ( "
-- -. H'lH.ll.l: to read. .. follow i | forthwith nnd .unr..d by said County. Florida.E ,
; having :
VViirmnU' liwue l ._ ___._ Ri parsons fondnnt. do
-_ --- _----. IIMH 01 I Section, 3. The Halary of every officer Hhnll against aaltl shall filo the S. \TTHF" '
llalnnc AUK. 1. 11)22) ... .. nnme. dulyusithenticto.l. 'I. further
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be thnt
----- 6042 H8 payable munthl"lIon him own rwiuinltlon. > with the underiivned. Hi I. order| be ChaIrman Doartl of TruateeCounty. -
ailmlnm Bond .
SEABOARD( TRAIN SCHEDULE Fin. and Forfeiture Fund tratrix within : !!iahej once_ a w, for II'eo..,.._..._ Florida.
nnlnnre Icily 1. ) ._____. I one year from date hereof, or In the I
li2 __.___. 4AA.70 I thev b. .' barret! Brodfod ('ouolTo ;rraprT'aO. : '
l lt'v.iuts dilrtnK month ..____ wi ro.v. i n"w.'r publ.h, --
-.h ._-. i o.n4 A JOINT RESOLlfTIUM 1mnnatnff this of In oul" .,.
llth
: il ( In efTect APril 30 Warrant iaaued -. -_ _-__.__...-_ 322.0.<) Amendmnnt tn )t.-rth.n( 3 of Article VII an of ,, day MRS.AiiwiiX 1022. This 26th day of July A. I,.'Uly mind StOle. '1 MASTER'S SALE .
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1922)). Iliilnnee Auir I. It!>i2 ._-00._._ _-___-. MtI4.88 the Conntitution of thv SI.I. of Florida. I''! of the Eiatal. of Ueo. 4 W. ALDER\T\X.1122.) notice la hereby given that umi. I
Hn/id Fund .dmlnl.t.I.I" ii.l.h.I vIrtue of thaI pertain final dean
Southbound IteliiHntr to Cintm ami ApiHirtionmont. soil C'"rk'
7' Ia Hnlitnce July I. iJJ ._-._ .____.._... 221 U tn Number of Member: of the Senate and I' 8-1 llOYD GREEN. Circuit Couit cltMiire matlu' anil rendered on Jul \
,, I No. 1 roaches Stnrke at 11:40: p. m. Kecelpta tliirintf month .__ .,--.___-_ ,18.8t{ of the HOUM of SolIcitor for Cmlalnant.| 1"' 2. by loo..mbl. A. V. Lnno. JIll'
No. 3 10:59 Varranu iiuuej ......?_____.______ 21B..1I I.. It ttiiiolvfd by R..ontRtv."I.I..tl.of the State A TONIC 7.28.5l.2r Circuit and for "l
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p Hnlanci, AUK.. 1. IliiJ\ '--_U_.___. .__ 40.27 of FloridA rlnrlila. In that certain cause '
', No. 21, Cedar Key Train 4:58: p. m. Oulnlanding. lund That the tolowlnl proponed am,'ndment to "ove's Tasteless chili Tonic 1 Hrmlford County Bnnk. a eorporatiI'laioaot .
llnlnnra. July 1. 1IIJ2 .__._00...____._ 376.33 Section A of VII of the Constitution I"res 1 and R. U. Gnnnn aol' v
jJ No. 15, Limited 2:15: p. m. Reee |.la durlnir month -.-.----_.... of the State, of Floridn, rtdatmur. to ceniUM antlapportionment Energy and Vitality by purifying ant (;n"nn. hi. wlf. .n.. W. B Join

ft Wnrranta, ....u.,1 u___._______ I sal th. number of membe Enriching the Blood. When feel Iw I pnny a corporation, and Vlrvin I ,.
Northbound Hnlunce Auir. I. 11122 ----.-..-.------ 376.33 of tho Senate and of I the H..u.. of Hupre you C'hi'mlcn! Company a corporationfendnnta
lc r 1 No. 2 arrives Starke 5:19: a. m. Dralnao Fond I .entaUvp be. and the arm> in hereby avreet) .trenllhenlnglnvlgoratlng effect, see how I the underalirned will otTi
llnlunce July I. 10JJ ..-_.___-_.._ i.BO !I to so.l .h..1 h. ubmitUnl 1 to tho t>U"' toni of i I nml wi sell for cash to the hIghest. I
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? No. 4 at 4:06: p. at.i UereliitN "dininv, month -.. ..-..-.- -. i I the ntftt Florida for. approval or rejection I to cheel and how hi", .> in front of the eourthoua.Stnrke. .
; No. 20 Warrnnta laiuril, ...................-.-. I j In the next (;.n.ml Election: of Rpprewenta- it improves the appetite, youiy then j Hrndfonl County. Florida on '
Cedar
i Key Train 8:47: a. m. Ilalnniw .\'"'. 1. 11)2. Itive, to b* held nn the Hrnt .ru. after the 4th dny. of S..phmhr. A. P. 10' .
-- No. 16, Limited 5:55: m. ttlilim, l'.-n-.-lnn----Kl'nrt-------- 1.50 I.'the .t Monday In NtmmtHn In Nov. mhyr. appreciate Its true tonic ynlue.Grc"&s the legal. 10llN for the p'antii I
p. Baliine, July' 1. la-'i\ _.__ 'A. n. 1022) that b to aay. .rviiiir dvera., the foil .
( -- .. __.--_ 891.4 Vii'of j : of Tasteless chill Tonic simply i I "il In.1 ,
Wall nee Branch HecvlpU' durlnir month .............. Article the C'.n t'I f n8'loFI.'I: i Bcrihttl real .. In Bradford Coui
i. No. 101 leaves Stnrke 7:41: Warranta lanue ___.__........_... hull .amendtHl 1 to rd .. : Iron and Quinine Bu penLedln syrup. So Idn. to-wlti :
: a. m. Uulnnc Al''II'. I. ltJ2 ..___ ____._..___ 2ul..la| I \.W.-eton :H. The 1."lo'Rtu.' that ahnll meet pleasant even The blood The Southweat Quarter of theQimpriep ,
D.
luail.: nnd chidren
thoeithnt lke of Section ( '
No. 101 arrives Starke 3:15: m. A.rlcullur>l Fond shall| meet every Thrr-Ih.:
p. llalanc July I. mil _.__........... 448 74 tn yearn thereftftvr. ahull! apportion the .....p.r..ntU"n needs to Purify It antI IRON to j I- : Bhlp Six 161 South. Rn". la"I':
_______ ; T. J. GRIFFIN, Keveipta dllrinir month ___...... .... 47.OJ In the Senate, the whole number Enrich it Destroys Mdlurlul! germs and j Ennt. containing ((0)) a. I'
not to .
i Agent. Warranta la.uel ._._-._______I___ at 10na"N .* 0.,1 .H m.mb.: and Glpge.-ms Its .. I.
by
.. Halanc. I.m. | alo .. Strengthening1. Invlgor a D E. KNIGIIrSpecIal
AUK. 1. 1022 ._______..___.. 454.67) re.entat.on. in the HOJS. of R..p..nl.Uv.n-p. uci.-.g Effect. 0c. ., I A. S. CREWS. M.lr In r, I r

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;.1, is now connected with Orlan- Saturday+ by the commanding olllcer Rr P USE
I Kmsimmco and intermediate j for the reduction of the forces, the -, 6

na bus line. j suspension of all schedules and other .

necessary mutters in connection! with -

,county, sumo time afro, voted placing the defense on an inactive ,

mi. road bonds, and last week basis.

tided another $500,000 to it by CALU ET

ui, HIT to 68. John G. ]Kellum, business manager 'n}

of tho Florld.1. State College for Women i +

,win? an automobile accident states that about seven hundred They are GOOD

land' F. M. Davis, of that city; reservations had been made at the col. .. ti
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d! lend from heart failure, bought lege for the coming full anti winter i I, Beach by Mi.is I.on Head a summer TIle ,Economy, BAKING POWDER ; ,

: on by the excitement. terms The dormitories will be opened i visitor from Tennessee. The last" n>- !
Sept. 11, the following day will be I .
cue ill whitli Miss. Head wax the !!Iow"pirinJt' -
r Hollers' in Clearwater are mnkiiiuch I given over to examination of students, I ly .. prin'ipnlVa" stimed Saturday AJBfg Time arasl Bfostey Saver I
noise thut the babies of classification
etc and the
term will N'Sna.wa.
; fourteen( year old Jesse Smith m,: ..
,union people cannot sleep at I open Wednesday morning, Sept. 13th: I ,
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of Duytonu+ Bench, pinging the "rule of x
UK.) this would appear rather at 10 o'clock.J. rescuer, swimming out beyond the .: When you bake with !

n. Proctor, manager of the boat CA T Calumet you know 'd ; :,)s\ '

hundred and /fifty-six bales line front Tampa to Bradentown, has I Land owned by three Arcadians in I" t,

,, u were entered at the local given out the information that his I the Lake Stearns neighborhood in there will be no loss or I ,

house for factories in Key company has let the contract for r anew Highlands district -. % .x_ <[s
i county, a formerly
'mrinu,; the month of July. This I' boat which will be used on thiti I comprised in old DsSoto county, have- failures. That's why it ;s ,
"t' tobacco carried value of this winter. Tho boat will
i a i run new lost considerable of the
areas
I have a capacity of 350 passengers and they supposed they owned, through property B p is far less expensive .

I 150 tons of freight, with a speed of approximately re-survey of t the 1 territory. This fact I o '
.,. touring\ car bearing an In- 1 12 knots an hour. It will was developed following report madi* oPu than some other brands

.u: mid u license card issued to+ ,Ibe equipped with oil burning engines to the general land office! by n commission -,
Thompson, Jr., of I Kvansvillu, I of the latest type. appointed to pass on the resurvey selling for less.

"ii a"!'-, of liquor, two men and I --- which was asked by resident BEST BY TESTBora't ,/ ,
i 'niiin were taken in charge on | Thousands of pounds of watermelon of the vicinity because of disputes over
hu'hway near Ft. Pierce by j seed lire now being brought into Mon- title to certain tracts which were be led into> t af&ing Quantity or Quality

I iiei" n nit, of St. Luciu county. ticello by the farmers of the county, claimed by the Consolidated Land Co.
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and arc b.JnlIItofl'd\ in the large/ need Calumet proved best by test in millions of n

Luwionce, colored, was shot houses, some of the houses now having Tho heirs of one Ezckiel Hudnnll,, I

I ''fi-d h;; persons unknown Sun i something liko 50,000; to 100,000 i, who lived in the days of old, lost their' Bake-Day contests. Largest selling brand
odd near the foundry in Ocala. pounds already stored and the seed i virtually
fight .to secure property involving in the world. Contains only such ingredients
the not all in. The nation's watermelon
'?i clue has been found to near all of East Jacksonville! and
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i ,. ., Several witnesses testified crop depends almost entirely on Fairfield, including Commodore's as have been approved by U. S. Pure t
+ they saw u man run Jefferson county for the seed so necessary
n inquest Point, a large water, shipping) place.Federal '
from that direction, but no one for planting. Judge Clayton upheld the Food Authorities. +I Ir

i u dentify him.i I judgment of the circuit court, whereby
I I The request of the Western Union '
obtained
nn injunction by present The World's Greatest Baking Powder
inly did the Florida' state banks Telegraph company to open the Mia owners) against the heirs was sustain

n use their deposits thirteen and a mi-Barbados cable for emergency ed. Judge Clayton's order holds that
million dollars from January 1 transmission of cables to England was the present property owners have a -------- .

y Ha) 'i, this, year, in the same time granted by President Steps wore taken | clear title to the property and that For a short! (tiiiii-' I.I" err.> :, r\Idr ] IMO, Worms in a llcaltlty CluMAllclillilrvn FOK MAYOIt I'

h reduced. their bills payable from Immediately to notify the government there is no basis for the upset in realty mint rein'HIM"! aloud( a rr'l (inn p.nlnl'I' I / ,\ irmiMud will Wurnm", IIHVU nn ut, $
Some fine authorities at Miami so that the I I of Kast Main .slu.l( of Lri'-lnuv, h'1 h'althyiultir! wlitLti 1I"lkoe.l"or, bloat| |, fwd 114 a r. L. Pei'k Is hereby announced It
'1(1.1( mo to $1,800,000. circles contemplated by the heirs. \\ l | rule, tlirru In iiiuro or !I"*e nliimiirli' illHttiiltHiiru.I.KDVKS .
h 'irinjj' for the two hundred and new cable line, heretofore sealed, and some ladies looking for! n lirn's ni'M.i' TAS1H.UM;: CHILL IONIC ulvim n-iiu-' cnndid.ito for !Mayor of Staike, subject
the of ('ablefranchises liirly for two IIr lhne wcfkH will enrttti tho hltHHt. : to voters in the city election tobo ;
readjustment found
u itv -tote banks of FloriJa.nuteen pending Noah Crawford, of WhiU'house, was a large quantity of dyn/lmit"1 Improve\ thoilliiPNtUmnuil netnr. mtonornlSinnmihmind -
in South America, could be found guilty of firing( / into tho residence l with caps nail tune" under a Tunir lo tha whole ly.e"l. Nuu will linn {!r held Sept 12, 1922.

Chinamen; and one white put into use without delay. of John Saltier, of Whitchouso was thought at first some attempt lliruw wrfi-u ram. l hnxl illfwl"A. PUuupnt thnwonnx to, _ml"'0.the 7tu!! hllil per will iHitlln IMIIn :> .--- -- I

who had been smuggled into this on the night of June 10th, by a jury in to blow up the house or some of Die |I .- --- .. NAtlKrt HIKKKKN' '' : HKIM lIfIU:(.l14. i'

fiitii '\ from Tuba aboard a schooner' One member of the bruin colony at criminal court after less than fifteen shops' or other industries of tho city It was equipped with n double worm i I AL HII fMlJiturncHj. "I' \IKIN. mtmllnir 1.1(SI'. uf the, Townfiiitlicll 1 I

am were seined ut :Miami fivo weeks Istokpoga is missing his week as a result minutes deliberation In Jacksonville, was contemplated, and a great deal of und all in all the 1lnlltVa... the mont. of 1 thu Town of HUrkn. l-'lorlilil. hi'M ,

t Bit! in a raid for liquor made by the of the deadly markmanship of aSebrlng clue largely, it is believed, to tho turning incitement resulted from the find, but up-lo-dole and l finished I product of the J HHI AUK|. lown II. IIUX wvru I In.ravlnvil nxlMlfNLIUiIxxhN. nail, tho follifwtnir of the, +

po'i'+ "i and federal prohibition agents, hunter. Uruin weighed 220 of state's evidenco by Cecil Refuse every theory was exploded when it illicit distillery, milker's, art over seen I lOiluniiln.nnnn'M. wcii,W. ulrUtken.'. __t __ .. ._.. __ .___....11",1
+ deported under orders from pounds and was brought to earth by jointly indicted with Crawford was discovered. that the explosive had by the officers. Two !full<>(> gallon wooden l-iilcli.. J. H.!. -- ._ __ __11.,1 +
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\1''"i .hmgton. a bullet from n .4 & Colt c ar h i n e. Tho nail John Nolan, who are said I to huvu 1 been stored there I hv, a former, dweller ,'uolintnllks and a force pump UKcd i' I'liloh I''HIM' : W.hind H x.a -. _- .__. .- _.u.. ''II'v..1 Ihimovil'lllurrmnit '
rAI i shot was made at a comparatively been with Crawford when the shooting in the house who used I dynamite occasionally to keep water circulating about the Jimlo u .. .. Kumnvit.*! '
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, |i .InhiiM, Jiioiili .. .. ... ._. .. ..11.,1. |
"idinir( a night at a dance at a Cuban short distance and the bullet took ef- occurred. David Bell, Jr., n fourth in his business and had worms wore also, u part of the nqulpnutit \ I .1.."..*. Ktiiritllir: ._ _. -. .. Ut'ltmvail
JnhiM. |Ir. U C .11.-.I.
tub: at Tampa with a drive along fect in tho bear's heart Tho bear, member of tho party was mortally simply forgotten to take it away up- and. were destroyed, by the Mill. Chnn. __ ."'_. IGrnluvaIt. l'
i" dawn Sun with two others, was. feeding near the fired. the on moving. Molt, R. 1 I.. -ull'nlOye| ,fl '
,' franklin street just before wounded when Sattler on cers. Klghty-three, barreln of !! 001-1 Mul.xnr, ItiMaiH. .- ..-l fit"' dot morning, two occupants of thor mouth of the Istokpoga creek. party which had attacked hit homo.Hithllr.1 I gallon] capacity, of mash, which Jmiul'h. C -. ,. __.IGnunvn
"'''non. (r. II. .. _.:._ .__1"'.' 1
Barge touring car were killed and five A mystery of several months standing have been ready for a run early this I "..w"II. Win. C.- _____". .-.1".1
.b!' theca budl.\l injured when the ma- ;, Major George C. Richards: chief of ; McIIeath, alias Pistol Puto, has been solved by the finding of a week, were found and destroyed.. Thin i /Hlwin. K.", K P. U.' _.__ ..... .W.mnvaJxndrh Hi'ii'1HimMilwrv t +
hine smashed into a concrete retain- the militia bureau, war department, negro, was shot and instantly killed skeleton in the woods near .St. Augustine rmish would have made' 251)) gallons of I J. J. -. -- .- :....: ':I.ll.n.iovo.lHnilthi :: :: : I
Clmitv D. .. ._ . ,
nj: wall at the head of Franklin street has informed Senator Fletcher that ]I by deputies of the sheriff's office atFt. and Its identification by meansof liquor. I ItLhrl: .. _. ..?-.-..Ib.movulxlanNlvrn .111..1'ru""r. ."
f Jind was reduced.I to junk. I while it is not possible to furnish tho Pierce while resisting arrest in the clothing, as that of Aunt hues, "nI I Wynn.. K.JntiMiltlti.- ._ .." ... .lbinitv l.i.>.<|t
prescribed number of animals for the colored lawn When tho officers went aged. negress who had been a servant' u\\; onii.riivi: : .1 lhtaounrll' will bu In iwlun Autiiut li.lr.l II

# f -T. Johnson, negro preacher of equipping of the First battalion, field to the negro's house to arrest him on In the family of W. T. Swinson of Iliaj,, ut will H o'clock.ba hciinl.p. m.nail whim nnmiM ooiit. |W>:liiinlM.: ranilfMlriitkfffi linay. <'
s National Guard of Florida, McIIeath refused Moultrie all of her life The '! out will ,IM mtlorpilItoWlir' '.
__airosse; was instantly killed lato artillery. n charge of adultery, ncgresp, There Is littlo doubt that qtuiKtions C. JOMKH.Attt'Ht .
|Ion day when he fell from one of tho arrangements have been made for tho to bo arrested and opened fire on. who was 71 years' of ago, disappeared relating to wages and working conditions : Chulrnmn.: "
arge ,-aunty trucks on which he was transfer of thirty-two horses from the officers with a high-powered Winchester last summer, and although every effort in the bituminous fields\ could! 1 bo C. A. ro rtar. Clnk. It.

.'r ,turning to his home from Hawthorn Battery F, 12S field artillery of Missouri rillc which, however, Jammed, was' made to learn of her! where1-J j' easily and quickly adjusted, if I'resi
hero he had filled Sunday app intn for the use of tho field artillery lifter two shots hud been fired. The ubouls she could be traced only to a dent Lewis, of the United !Mlixj Work! : titi
'= "HI+I 'I ION ail OK 'I'UK
ant, Tho wheels of the truck pass at Tampa. officers returned the fire as tho negro point about two miles southwest of ers, was not determined to" unionize ; l.hNKUAI.Notimt xfAlll'I hN
l
i,! his body, causing immediate I j barricaded himself in the house. A tho Swinson home Thu skeleton was all colors Tho anthracite mines ore : I U hi.itltv: Klivn :thut: I L. ft M.rilll.purrhiuwr u
over i of 'Inn ,iVrtlllmitii Nn.:: i aXX I :dotal;| i
c eath.it I II Unearthing of 40 or more old cannon bullet entered the negro's head just found about two miles northeast of unionized; but tho bituminous mines llic Jnd tiny nf .\UIlU"'. A. Ir. IU-0, him fibril '
t + I r balls: near the Swanson McHeynolds ,' below. the left eye, causing: instant the place. Shu had becomo (childish. in Western I'enrmylvariia West Virginia xullllmllion. || .-itHluiiic,, fur" tot in .my ilitvii.I otflm.to IMHIIU nail In htiH unamd tiutlt.
" r L'A $20,000 school house, a new gauge : terminals on Water street, in' death during the lust year of her life and. it and several other districts contain iint'v with luw sold rtlllaiiiu/ mltpnmlint
; building, two new brick stores Tampa, has brought some pleasant reminiscences : is. believed sho wandered( into thuwoods many nun-mtinn miners These followlnH county. iliwri-ihtM Morldu) !pmiwrty, br.wltl miuiiUrtl in 11..1.r..1 a

R _lid several bungalows is Macclenny'sluilding to old-timers around that According/ reports received at and( became lost. for several yearn the mine wOl.k..rKhllve ,; l.uL, fin(I arras Sifition. rl]I. ''I'p N Hiiulli.' lUniioKiiMl U /' ;

P program for the coming Pulheclenny city. The cannon balls vary in diameter Iho .sheriff's office, Hobson Williams, a ,, attempted to organi/.a without j 'I 1'tin sold I"nt tMtlniff _UMMMP.1| nt tluti Ih1G1
>f tln inMniinci, oi, xiiuii. eurtilk'iiu in' llm mm i "' l
+ is on the new National from two to six inches. Judging :I well known young man of St. Augustine What is l believed I to have been the( HUOCCHH, and apparently I air Lewis | nf I'"k'w"lIul.' r ',.
of rusted and deteriorated .... .tI,1 n rnili tilo. lml) Iw n..1 l lonrtltnK .... v
west their
miles from victim of seeks general
the through prolonging
x ptlghway( twenty-eight was a cowardly assault largest illicit distillery ever uncovered u H' ln" h'' ,1.,1| will IHHIIU thoruannri 1
cksonville, and citizens of that secon surfaces they date, back to the civil while he was on hit way home. by officers in Huval county was utriki" to force government' action that: the IKtli iliif of x\,'.Ulnndx'r, A. l h. 10.2.WhnvHit j,
| .''Fl.ud nlwiiHturt soil veal thi4
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hope for a big improvement when war period. It is possible that they He was near his home when attacked. found by deputies from the Kherifr'lIl will aid him in his purpose. UKIT.th .1-;my, ..I f Viitiiftt, n. .U llI.a. t MY
a there I I left there as early as the Indian thrown hrs head Jacknonvillo Mr.: Lewis' undertaking 1 U all the I II. W. AUiKKMAN.:
+ 2, e i concrete road reaches I were A suck was over office about lifteen miles from j I <'.li-rk "lro..11, I ,,.rI llrjulfuril oiiiiiv. I'lurlil' F
war of 1820. and ho was forced into an automobile In Cedar Hammock, near th) '| more difficult because his purpose is iil > S.III.GI.V-IG tlt, '

;:, Acting on instructions: from the war j i which his captors drove to Mag- old, Orange Park road. The moonshine rot fully approved' ]by his organizii-< -- ---

|r tapartment the Key West army bar I The converted yacht Shirin, destroyed iolia Grove, about five miles from tho factory wax a still of copper construetion :': tion. For instance, President I'urrington ,

;jftan-cks will be closed for an Indefinite by explosion and fire three miles city lie was severely beaten. with ., with u capacity of COO gallons. ;:[: of the Illinois miners, takes '
+ a'.Il{fne. Formal orders were received J |r' off Miami Beach! with the loss of five ropes and wires and was left in the the position that if ;Mr. bawls does( not -ti \ 'q'qr
sail for Nassau without any I I succeed within reasonable time he
n lives, set woods with his hands tied. Ho mndo CALOMEL USKKS: TAKK a
official inspection, British boats not his. way to a farm house and was I AN AWFUL RISK stall open direct negotiations for ending I
,; ASPIRIN being required to submit to such. brought back to his home. He failed tho strike in thut state. A similar

Capt. Sot G. Pappas, of tho ill-fated to recognize/ < his assailants Very Next! Hose of Treacherous Drug''' omtion' ix token by the officers. of the I

craft, testified at an inquest over tho May Start Terrible Salivation Kansas! l11in1'rll.Ir.! IAwlil therefore I

'''Say "Bayer" and Insist! bodies of the victims Pappas:! said Wire tapping in Tampa received o II 1'I cl.ttt: foes within as well a.s without

: that the boat had been gone over in body blow when Judge Gibson, In Tho next dose of calomel you take hU organization, and must fight hard, I r.,i

Nassau and that he considered it safe criminal court, fined Frank L. Mc- may salivate you. It may shock your "(,1' if his objective he lost he is officially r \ -- '

J to operate. Sherry, a New York and Havana liver or start bone necrosis. Calomel and personally undone and his '" 'I
J i 23 dangerous. U is mercury, quicksilver -
gambler and wire-topper, $1,000, plus trranizution is on the road to disintegration. -iW'e
bile like
It crashes into sour
c inch fresh water trout! The Grind Our Own Lenses
A IS- costs aggregating $953.81, and declared dynamite, cramping and sickeningyou. |
ye filth to prove the truth of the statement forfeited to Hillsborough county Calomel attacks the bones and At Washington: '. Lewis' purpose

was being escorted about the a bank roll of $5,186 seized In a should never be put into the system.If Is fully understood. and! apprec llt,1. NODELAYCainlzs0illc

I' city of Tampa Monday afternoon by raid on a gambling house conductedby you feel bilious, headachy, constipated The government does not intend to assist Florida. I /
G. II. Stearns, who lifted him out of :McSherry In the northeast part of and all knocked out, just gn ( in its consummation. Thin position

1 I the waters of Lithia Springs He was the city early (In 1920. Alternative of to your druggist and get a bottle ofDodson's is. emprasized by President 1LtrvlIng'X 9Ct10f7ffJWnltDfVIWD( tDfMUNCN'tf'rrrJaitlH9(; : -
hooked but had to be shot before the and Liver Tone for a few cents to mines '
paying the fine and cost waivingall / I guaranteeing/ protection Y
iw U.Ilfl you. wo' the namo "Dayc," on'JIStlbje fisherman could land him. The finny claim to the bank roll, which was which l Is a harmless vegetable substitute and minors that resume production. COFFINS & CASKETS
talileta not getting I I for calomel. Take a '
or on jon are fellow wclghed-in at 23 pound and of Sheriff dangerous | Governors of states have supplied the And Full Line of
>. tho genuine Bayer product preleertbed in the possession Spencer, I spoonful and if it doesn't straighten a
1/;, hy physicians over twenty-two !j according to "fishologists" viewing his was fixed by Judge Gibson at a year I' you up better and quicker than nasty troops in defense of the principle that UxfrrfrL trt' Sapplit ,,,
: yeah pall, proved role by million. for | "remains" Monday he would qualify and a day in the state prison. Mc calomel and without making you sick n man has a right to work if he war is r

Colds Headache, I for the heavy-weight championship Sherry paid. you just go back and get your mon I to work. Public sentiment Is fort I, AUTOMOKILE DEARSEAlwsys '
tl Tootlmcha LmmbagnEaraclie among Florida fresh water trout. crystallizing against Mr. Lewis' objective on han" The brut ser- ,
I: '; .UheumatiHm Habitual Constipation curedIn ey.Don't take calomel! It cannot be t because people beliivs it is ar..t the loocMt prlcm. Special r
-V: Neuralgia //I'ain, 1'ain I 14 to :31 Days tlratlon to wi. ph or
Rescued four times within the past trusted any more than a leopard or antagonistic: to public inturrta.xn; ten
"'Accept only "Baytr"direction.package Handy which boxes month from the bosom of the deep prepared"LAX-FOS Syrup WITH Tonic-Laxa-Jve PEPS!Y" Is for a specially Habitua. a wild cat. Take Dodson's Liver Tone nifin or organization has yet 4'icitM'ftilly .- nH.KI"ter Kmbalrarr.: 'r
ontains proix' | which straightens right and
of twelve tatilcU. curt few cent. DrugguU ; blue sea, each time fighting a losing Con: tipatlon. It relieves promptly but you up assumed in this country to dictate -- -- -
No salts
makes feel fine.
also evil Uoitlos of 21 and loo. I I fight with the waters, yet daily continuing should be taken retfularly for 14 to 21 dayi you neces what shall or shall not be, t' tho DeWTIT C. JONES
Ajplrin l Is tin' trailts mark of Payer to take her plunge in the surf,,I to induce regular action. It Stimulate and sary. Give it to the children because | extent of determining public interests. STARKE, FLA
harmless and cannot
it
Unufiu'tur of Monoaeeticacideiiter of I R"iilates. Very Pleatant to Takeo 6uc is perfectly
Sale1Jieacid.t'! I 1 is the record hung up on Daytona per Lottie. salivate.-Adv.-67. ---Ex. ._ .. ,tlllQIltn>r mctt>rmtat7mmammmm: mmlirx


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FRIDAY, A IT.1ST 1 I'
1'AOK FIt'It) BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH STARKE FLORIDA.

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11 ; STRIKE INSOLENCE; GOVERNMENT FIGHT TO FINISH POOR A'En'n'Iunll'u) ; ; ; :

;: f Bradford i County Telegraph: : IIl'FI.\Sl'E: I I ,- -- -- --

':>:" = In rejecting President;: Harding', The Times-Union finds fault with
Published:; weekly and entered as the signs placed along the roads, on
Actions and statements taken and seniority condition for the seUIt.menllof t I
second class matter, at the post note by leaders of present strikes in the shopmen's strike, the railroad trees fences and( buildings, and thinks

; ,I C=l: office at Starke, Florida. i ( j I executives" selected] the only tenablebasis they are of no value for advertising! II

i E. MATTHEWS.. Editor and Owner In-tended I It open to th(>lI.! They were morally !- purposes. And. the Tinu-s-t'nion' is I
(it ruminate, the strikes", but to prolong :' bound to /accept every other condi- right.

( i t GOOD "INDOOll: ) I" them as long as possible! The public 1 tlon and as morally bound to rejectIthis I Farmers going to town have already -

$ I SI'lIfI"" (I mist), can understand, by the actions j because they had entered into, made up their minds where to

a.j You nn, to IhcnuiMi's and l see.ad.l) I i and statements of the strike leaders agreements with old men who had refused I trade, and even if they should real! I

I I venture of all kinds. You HOP hrotu-ho I that they have more regard/ for retaining i I to strike and new men who had the ,signs, which' they seldom do, they

1. t busterH ('oniitii'iinK vicious horses, their jobs and emoluments than taken strikers' places advancing! the would not be influenced by them. I

-J I'' stage herons irettinjf the belt of In- they have for the toilers, in the ranks 1' one and giving status to- the other. Strangers traveling toward a town

:\ I I dlen, bandits and moonshiners.' You who pay said emolument!!, than they They could not discount loyalty to and in need of anything they see advertised -
'I'jl have for the public that "foots the on 6 sign even if they should
to
I *<.u glorious IffhtB.( You often sJ1h j government by disloyalty employ I "
I bill," and that suffers most by tho Interruption I es. "make a note on It, will on arrival
over your hundrum life, which in i
find that they can be supplied at more i lll''"' f fa fv
of and tho
transportation I
Yet lii impossible
s nothing but nn eternal grind and wish I pursuing a course a
,Th that you, too, could have adventures mounting costs of coal that is coming H lof i criticism on moral grounds the ('' than one place and patronize the first

h1 and be a conquering! hero. But you from the mines in insufficient quanti- ecutives I undoubtedly. saw opportunityfor I they come to.

1' have nothing to /fight; you have only ties to keep the wheels of industry going ;, adhering to their purpose to fight I I Even if such* signs; were effective as

k friends around 'ot1--a t least those! and that soon will inflict hardshipon this shopmen's strike to a finish They advertising/ mediums, the complaint

who pass! for such in your daily intercourse every household requiring coal for I have wanted to end every strike! since I could be made against them that many; $285r.o.

Ii -and at your age a life of fuel purposes. the Adamson act was made law in n are misleading. For instance, on the
roads. leading. to Starke are signs put =
tranquility )IB to be preferred anyway The strike lenders themselves provide manner wholly conclusive, so as morn

Under other circumstances \ the evidence to prove their ]Insolence ,I completely to control the operation of up by men who went out of business

Out have you really nothing to fight i and their defiance of !!o\'rn-I their roads. They have had difficultyin years ago. After fooled a prospective into looking customer for- B.
had been
against find conquer? How much \\ts ment. The other day when the Illinois complying) with the decisions of the DETROIT I

i I I, 1, your sub-conscious self--the "imp of mine operators showed their : Interstate", Commerce Commission concerning such advertisers without lindinthem,
he would mistrust sign along
the as Poe called it;.-under floss to come to a speedy and Wl11inr.-I': rates and those of the Railway every
)perverse '
roads. who think have
the, Men they
the dominion of your reasoning! self? settlement of the matters in Wage Board regarding wages! ,
How much are your desires and actions I'when the operators wired Leader Lewis and their only opportunity to gain advantage solved the problem of advertising hy

I I under the rule of your conscience I and l asked l if he "would agree to tho lies through larger control oftheir tacking badly spelled signs! to trees,
j"
; I and sheds to them
posts forget pull
? Take stock of yourself and principle of arbitration as laid down men.
l I r' you will find that you have a mightier I by I'rosident Harding" Lewis insolently -I, In building up new organizations in down when they go out of business.

antagonist in yourself than you can answered: "In reply desire to their shops since the strike was inaugurated The only useful )purpose signs serve-
is to show I
encounter on the outside. say with positive assurance I am not I the railroads have made proR"reB" along tjiapinyvuxxls roads !
f ; I and never have been prepared. to agree which they will not relinquish unless which of the many trails paralleling I
Virile men take pride In overcoming I the road
r other ,
each is really public
to the plan of arbitration as laid l down I compelled to. Their shops lire
j obstacle's. If you begin to battle I thus be set after being
; I by the recent offer made to operatorsand today CO to 70 per cent manned, and\ and can right :
against your shortcomings, such bouts I road is harmless]
I miners by the president of the about GO per cent efficient. They' h-i\e lost. POlltinthe a !
j will soon become pleasures, and you but the could In-
that amusement money
United States. j about all/ the rolling stock is re-
I
I can enjoy them all the time. When advertising. ;
I I I better spent in newspaper
quired to meet demand if properly allotted I
ever you have conquered an improper This is equivalent to saying that the .
desire a bad propensity or wrongful mine strike leaders< have no desire or ,, and, as the government is allotting ]

Ip tub-conscious self] I intention to be reasonable, that i cars, the executives will probably
,f i i prompting by your theyi i' I.OSTBELl.. Your deliveries made quicklyat
arbitration this hold their ground B!> long as
will
j against your better judgment you feel not permit I

proud] and you have reason for it, and.] I em method of "give and take" sue- j they possibly can.-Kx.: When Rv. L. W. Klckliter bought !| less expense; your trade

I thus a new source of enjoyment hut cessfully employed] in all the various the scrap lumber left over after the '
4 entered, life. activities of life, where, differences DOING THEIR ItES'rThe : Club house enlarged
your I building of the'omlll1's zone ; your patron
'I Hero lire seine of the enemies you arise from the individual on up to the old] school bell that had been in the
and. nations. Arbitration.. Seaboard management and
governments increased business
wrestle with Unkindness of the before age
may : ungratefulness tower building reconstruction ; your
those faithful shopmen who have remained -
falsehood, dishonesty Is universal among people disposed to ( I was thrown in for !good

r r, snobbery' sensuality, intemperance) amicable< the adjustment of miners of disputes'ccqt |)' praise for nt doing their the posts best deserve they can much under measure. When last "seed, it was stand- made more progressive by

t impl..tmiosilyIlrk(', indecision, overbearing on part representedby I ing on the lower floor while the tearing i
John L. Lewis labor leader who adverse conditions. Some ti imago the of Ford Chassis and
laziness carelessness, forgetfulness I down process was going! on. It use a i
1 be also dictator to the many of the engineers hud assumes to i ''
timidity, luck of tact ov I was thought: that it hud been put outside -
f er-sensitiveness hcnm'unce-you are American \people, and, to their government names painted under the cab windows. and. was covered, by scrap lumber, i a body to suit your require I
of their beloved iron und each
both, of which he ] and' horses
openly'
\ j I
of these fail removed Tuesday
sure to have one or more The last timber was -
I defies. I ran his own machine; now an engineerhas ments. Let it out
insolently us figure
o t ings. Sometimes you know your short.comings but no bell was found nor could li I j
take the first fit
With reference to the strike of railway : to engine that is : I
but more often not. But introspection it be discovered! anywhere on the
mind comparisons with such shopmen. insolence) and defiance i to go out. Often a train must stop premises. It weighed about 200 poundsand for you. Terms if desired.J. .

admire on the part. of their ]leaders also provides : between stations to have something:
persons us you will reveal was not apt to he carried away asa
the evidence that they, like Nero mended, and delays are thus caused.It 1. I
what you luck, and it is your duty ? souvenir. It is possible that the
"fiddle while Home" burns. Just is easy to understand that on account -
9 as
blessed to fight nature tumbled through hole in the
and privilege your bell had a W. ANDREWS JR.
I of lame engines the train dispatchers
made .
( soon us one concession I is! by ,
and make yourself a better man II I floor before it was rel.ud. Mr. Kick- I
railroads. another demand have a hard time of it, often (
government .
c Such fights can have only one result or liter had. hoped to see the bell in the i Ford and Fordson Dealer Starke Fla.
countermand orders ,
is brought forth by the labor I having! to on account :
wholly our antagonists I of of the Baptist churches'
we partly or conquer steeple one
of unforseen' delays of trains.
without us much as n leaders. Recently it was "seniority. I with which he is identified. ,.

tI scratch, to ourselves and every bout Now it is "defective equipment" and. | Yet the service is pretty regular and ____ _-_____________ i
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no of the trains passing through ---- i
one :
1I1'ml'.IUllr". railroad /
the of at
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gives us more! strength and courage presence j, DEATH OF JACK: ))y\!. i|
shops." [ Starke has been cancelled. I
r for the next. -
t Who mode the of irunrdv'i,
presence
'y To heroism.conquer ourselves Unconsciously Is the we greatest all- I,I necessary; ; in this-i instance; who but the THIWlmlllt: : ( IN: HAHYLAND: / ..1GItE.11' Just the as the sad Telegraph news that!goes Jack to Dyal pressconies al --- -

; FC'CESSThe !
demand
their
fight such battles ,daily for only very leaders who now ,I brother of Mrs. O. J. Griffin is nomore. GENERAL INSURANCE
withdrawal! Had/ the strikers gone to.
He died Thursday morning
fOJ'1 I
that ii civilized man < (' '( !
reason\ in
Wedding Babyland was staged
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their homes and not interfered with
the home of his brother Levi! Dynl, of
from the howling savage, who lets HAROLD C. WALL
last Thursday evening at the Gaiety -
work
honest men working, or seeking ,
!I JllckKonvi1The\ remains will\ bebrought
and desire rule him. But
passions' bo : Theatre, and was a wonderful suc-
/I /lrnll'd guards" would not now
too of us stop as soon as \ to Starke today (Friday) at
nlus nmny stationed wherever strikers have resorted |, cess. The little people taking part in STARKE FLORIDAFIRE.
11 a. m., for interment in Santa Fe ,
) consistently do so, in order to
we can II to violence, in defiance, of till! i this pretty affair were Lois Adkins, '
live within the law and. in peace with president of the United States the j I Arthur Darhy Jones Pauline :Miner. cemetery. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILEi

our neiuhbors.) Still more improvement 'Bryant Wentworth, Margaret and F.d!
governors of states, and of the courtsin /
is desirable for all, and those files Cured to 6 to 14 ()
defiance of all law and 1 every ante Neff, Jr., Evelyn Stump, Marjorie :.vs
who will have a pleasant and profitable DrimtiiM rrftiml' If PAZO OINTMENT fill
+ try Lester Price Robinson Joe money
guard which the people legally hnvoerected Stump, 'n cure lu-hinit lil.nil l h-euua ur'rauudirr .'ll'' Jr
I HUME: Wm. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON
"indoor believes sport in be as truthfully the Telegraph for their protection.This Edwards Jr., Sinclair Peek, Jr., S. R. ..,-..in.I I'i.,".i.-llevra:;<-liter tliltjr llchlni! ) 'Ku.ui umilcHtiou.;!' .A y....r-L.I,.-...', |i I President VicePrn.idcnt S.c. & T'....

can continued and increased insolence Johns!, Jr., James Richard Wainwright
J111 nU'd. and defiance can not be permit Merrill I-'utch, Lillian Sternberg, Mary Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultrv

})o not delay such, self improvement ted to go on unless\ one hundred mil- Wentworth, Etta Fay Gill, Dorothy Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

.' '. bet' 'ntise you think you are still so lions of people are ready and willingto hitch, Billy Graham, Etholin White 666
. q young that you can afford to wait. Besides put aside< their orderly governmentand Lucile Mitchell Prompt Shipment

l the undisputable truth that you its established Institutions and The entertainment was for the benefit Cures Malaria, Chills and Fever, Ark your neighbor..-He knowi

should never be put ofT till tomorrow accept dictatorship from and. by irresponsible of the Woman's Club and. was Dengue or Bilious Fever It kills Get New July 11 price list, JUST ISSUED.E. .

Ir- what yourself you develops can do I strength today, disciplining of character menvho have only] their under the capable direction of Mrs. the germs. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville, Fla.

own selfish", interests to s'rve. and who Nelle Hughes. The receipts' for tickets -
which is the mainspring of n useful -
are serving such purposes, regardlessof I amounted to $38.75.: The entertainment -- - -- ---- --- ----------------- ------- -------
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hold back
should/
] life. Neither you
; t' the common good and the general met with so much approval .
f because. too old 1. for t there is then all 'that I
welfare.] the public hopes! it may be repeated
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the more reason that the few years II
"We are not going to have our men in the near future.alll'FIN I I
left you should be fruitful and. blessed.

t While/ bodily weakness increases, this armed shot up guards or beaten at up railroad or threatened shops and by, (. & JOHNS OFFICEThose When You Have Nothing WORK. :,,1

disadvantage may be over balanced by I 1
SAVE. ,'
yards l. defiantly proclaims/ a I"hol'h'lId.r
beauty of character. who have business with Griffin -
who fails to exert his known t
_, I & Johns or S. R. Johns will find TURN OVER.
power to compel obedience to the law, :
a'' NOT WHAT/ TIIIu: lm TO UK on the part of those whose conduct Mr. Johns at his office, which is a portion You
I of the office SAVE AGAIN.
building formerly oc-
makes "armed_ guards" absolutely
", Reports from Deni-son, Tex., are to necessary for the protection of innocent cupied by Dr. A. H. Freeman, the other KEEP SAVING. 11

the effect that in a row between striking lives and the safeguarding of portion being used as an office by '

v / railroad/ shopmen, and Texas Rangers valuable property. While assertingthat Dr. W. B. Parks! Want Money KEEP TURNING. :I'

,l < guarding the yards 50() "shots, "we are not going to have our

t were fired without injuries to nnyhnitv men "shot, up or beaten up" what hu IIELPI! IIELV!

i 'Vhih prompt the query: he to say about the innocent workmen ca

"Wftil! Los become of the '...I..I! seeking to earn a needed living thru If you want us to sell your farm

lci'0'1 Tux, .... t I..Il'.r?" satisfactory jobs, who are daily and quickly give us! a little help by including Carry out the above policy and you will have money. Each year you will

i Years age: v'>< have bed t .id a nightly waylaid and assaulted most personal property such as have

Town in Texas, telegraphed l the !governor brutally their lives threatened if theydo growing crops!, horses mules cows, more money.

for all' to help put down a riot. nut cense from working? What hogs!, farm implements household 1 and

The governor replied: about this lawlessness] on the part of kitchen furniture. The man coming

"Rangers 1 coming first train" those who deserted 1 their jobs and now into a new country likes to have a fully But to do this it is advisable

( The train was met by a delegation seek to keep others from takingthem equipped farm. These are the places to have

w r b of citizens!, including. the town official" and\ doing very necessary work in or- that sell first. Please let us have When You Have Money banking connections, e k

t and off stepped one lone man, dipt. der that they may live and that the information at once so we can include first as a means of saving,

n Billy McDonald. very equipment which the strikers your place in our big fall catalog. and then for convenience in

"Didn't the governor send 1 more than assert I is unsafe, may be made and :Make it easy for your brother man YouWant the
one man the townsmen asked him. kept safe? from other states to make a start transaction of your increasing "

d j r """by." replied Capt. Bill, "is there It is useless to argue with men who here on our deep dark brown loam soil, business. '

more than one riot?" will not listen to reason. If cool), deliberate where failure is a ghost More

/ fair discussion of points in G. M. INMAN:. This bank is ready to serve

There is always some man in every dispute/ is not possible, if peaceful arbitration Representative Strout Farm Agency you. i

neighborhood that everybody looks up is not accepted, then thereis 8-ll-2t

to.-Clermont Press. Blamed if you only one other course! open-com-

0 ain't right brother and we congratulate pelled obedience to the law and swift ISo Worms in a rieaitby ChildAll

you on your discovery. Yes, almost punishment fur those who violate it. children troubled with Norms hive on no- BANK OF STARVEPaying
The people of the United healthy color,which hulk-men. p<*>r bluud.and us a
every neighborhood has a man ( States a
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rule )
there is more cr I. Momaclt UmturbamTL.KOVES "
t who nits on top of a high pole and vast majority of them at least are TASFKLRSS CHILL IONIC\ amen Paying by check !i. easy. by check is safer .
what .' fiX'j Improve thodlitMtlon.. and Jett t pencratScRnRthentnltTnahaoth.r.ht..y.tem E. s. MATTHEWS; Pres. GEO. C. WHITE Cashier
of .f 4 looked up to. Is that you : h'"turnwE'hrnthrow :!
We can't think of other just Subscribe for the ofTrr dispel ir e worm.umlchoChJJ: ba
any Telegraph( In pulact h *.eU. '--. ._ ...._ r ,,vu:.. -
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I FRIDAY, \1'Ia'HT; 18, 11122.! BRADFORD COUNTY- TELEGRAPH STAIIKE. FLORIDA. PACK F1VH

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I Bits of Local tii If I I ''i i j I:I eats.Wednesday Miami." afternoon for her home, in Qality!



Information Prof. ET: R. Poppell has been apouinted -

'i I!, principal of the Melrose school
i You can buy tires that cost more i
t'aar..uM/, ., r... .. '>1.xM.ri ..I T w Inch will begin the fourth of SeptemIxr. -
t!4u1 i33 r.../..... laLa. ,c...""' r.of T_ !i Mr. Poppell's family will remain 1. l and tires that cost less than Good ,

here und ho will conic home for thl''l'k'nds. I
.. I rich Silvertown Cords. I
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:i. 11. I I.. Wallnit\ t.i. ..JacksonMmidiiy. :Mi ,. \\'. (J. I lo\\ling, of .J.\I'I, ,+"n\'llle I Cnpt. D. C, Jones has hud built n IA I$ But when come to the only 1Q ,I
you
)" i h.ts:" 'ii-tiiuu-d( 1 homo, after a unit with now truck' large and strong enough, to '

her MstL-r-in-lnw, Mrs. W. 1C. Middleton. carry 112 cases of bottled drinks at a cost arc really interested in 'i I
I you
"..1. I U. I I';). Knight was a professionali I time. It will be stylishly painted and, I

: 10> Jasper' Monday. lettered.! This is", tho third! truck that final cost-you can find no ,l lI ; ;
I :Mrs.\ F. L. Turner has! returned home :
Captain Jones has found necessary to
ff ffI
the
II.f li-, l P.> l K. Knight: spent Friday in from ti sojourn in the North Carolina use in his business I greater economy than through
imille.. visiting friends I mountains and other points in the I "
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use of Silvertown Cords. 1
north. Mrs. A. M. Pettit and children, I O I"" // ,
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I F. K. Perryman left lust week for Marion, Mlntie and Charlie Johns, of
"inest: trip to Sow Orleans. George Terrell who has been visit- Now Smyrna, are in Starke and will 3 Iii JLf Their ability to withstand con-

ing his grandparents: and Mrs./ remain for some timo. They live in I I ) tinual hard and their uniformly
xii>.... Loctt Sweat is in Arcadia vis- H. Y. Crown, returned to his home in Mrs. Pettit's cottage, corner I'herry I I driving I ; i,

ilL her sister, Miss Sara Sweat. Jasper Sunday. and Jackson streets. :Mrs. PoMit's I high mileage make them i

many friends, are pleased over her
-ilader Ruulorson) of Lake Butler is I Mrs. II. Y. Grown returned home visit. I the greatest tire value that can be
tina his aunt, Mrs. G. C. Sweat. I Thursday, after spending three weeks : 1
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visiting her daughter Mrs. J. C. Ter- Mrs Charles Larson and little son, obtained. "
J For building material see D. force I roll, of Jasper. 'f
Jr. who the monthin
Charles! spent past P S JI
mbar yard on Cherry street. 8-18-tf Starke and White Springs relurnod u Come in and get our prices and .. 1

Telfair Long, Joe Wainwright, Jul-) to their home In Fort Pierce Friday
Mr- Herbert Stokes of Ililllard, j inn Cnnovu and Hollix Knight "spent' Mrs. Larson was accompanied home 0 service story regarding Silver- W.i t''
beonvisiting Mrs. T. C. Morris the first of the week on a !fishing trip '" ;
by her 1I10thet: Mrs'J'. A. Luqgford in 1.
at Luke "I towns the next time are ;
II Geneva. "' you
Fort ,
who will spend the winter in ; .
l E. L. left af-
tr i Diffgg Tuesday \ \
"?M.III fur n two weeks trip to Chi.Ih Col. and Mrs J. E. Flitch have left'' Pierce. I\'t, ?(;x need t of a tire. I l u

I for points on the East Const, which' Dr. W. B. Parks has fitted up the ,\\ 1"I
they will visit before returning to F'
building\ which Dr. A. H. Freeman's 1
"-. Win. C. Powell returned Mon- their home in DeLand. J. W. Andrews Jr. Y
.office was formerly)" i locutud, for an office ,
from n short stay in Jaekson-
I MrW-E.: Mild will )practice henDr.. Parks I Ford Cars Fordson Tractors &
Middleton has as guests! formcily (Cornelia) Ga., hns! lived nt
this week her aunt Mrs. J. L. Warren Hampton for the past. IN months andenjoyed + Slarkc, Fla. .
\Tis-' Iris Epperson is in St. Fetersi of Pompano and her sister, Mrs. a siueossful priutin" thrie.Ho t
viHitinir her aunt Mrs. E. L.I Mae Jones of
dom.i I Euu Gallic.Mrs. will mm i1 his faniiK l to. :Stiuki-> I

Angie Stcrnberg Mrs.-R. 11.1 ter. ,

Mr E. r.. Biggs returned Sunday D..rboUand children! of r J
'in n two monthA stay in Hendcrsonui. came last Friday to visit JllekKon\'iII.I '' I ,h II

I "H. r.Mr attend to business interests. \ \ I
I II rENT-j\-\VORD I ". ..r., I II

*. Anna Murrhee spent the week- I J. E. Corpcning druggist for tftR. I I j

el I with her mother, Mrs. S. .T. Kelly, ner's Drug Store, left Tuesday II Tur-I ( I t '

,if Brooker. noon for Marlon X. C., where he I .. .-J I I'I r
spend his vacation of two weeks. I 1 t.. '
Mrs. J. H. Wentworth Is in Perry I r tIo@mmmmmeAmmmmmm@@m@mmalmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlvmm@mmmmmmmmo

"iting her parent, Mr.\ and :Mrs R.I Mrs N. V. Wainwright and, son, _.- -WANTEDWANTED --- 666 quickly relieves Colds, Con I ) ) ) ) ) ) ) : 'I:

Stripling James ) Richard returned home last I :I 1--1 15 colored laborers. to sti'patiot Biliousness and Head r l ,M eta t
week after a visit with her daughter: stump land, I). Iloree Starke. HI aches. A Fine Tonic. c.c 1 ',
Dr. Campbell's library and other I :Mrs. 1). T. Clark at Pablo Heath. ? c j .

new books at Scott's Store. 10 cents I WANTK1)-:Man with car to sell bust! Messrs. I'. A. hutch" and! Joe Sis- F 1 alL'IL'lt

'<> read a book. 8-18-2t Mrs. M. K.: I Edwards: of Lawti-y, :Mrs' low-priced Cord tirt'S made. $IOn trunk have purchased lot on Kings- I

J. C. Adkins and, :Mrs. Annie B. per week and expenses. Graham ley lake from J. T. Quigley and Capt.

M. Leviton and l family have moved! I rett, of Gainesville recently DIII'-I' Tire Co., 172 (Canal Denton llar- DeWitt C. Jones is now owner of n Llak l; JI i

,into the "'. 11. Ilaynos house on ""j) Mrs A. Z. Adkins at Kingsley hor Mich.: It* lake front lot in the Carpenter subdivision I = TTTiw

Madison street. having purchased from l H. '1'. ::
Mr. and :Mrs Homer B Limbaugh, AGENTS: WANTED--Sell the original Richard. of Jacksonville, who recently ,...' --

Mrs. Corn Sunder, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs T. N. Lhnbnuuh and Watkins Products. Good. city bought the wholu of the Carpentertract. I I, ''.. ----. --IIr- ...
pent Sunday with her friends: the Tom Limbiiiigh motored to Jacksonville territory still open. Get our wonderful r

Misses Uaiiden.D. !, Sr'lJrda)', returning: the Slime offer and free samples. Write Elberton Blue I Georgia Granite I II
Tho J. K. Watkins Co.,
day. today
The soldier hoys will hronk up encampment llF. STONE ETERNAL"And ,.
Borc-e hits started building/ a new Dept. 79, MentphisTenn. 8-11-H today and will probably all

bungalow on hit lot cast of the Prcs-!' Mrs. E. J, Wainwright has as guests>' AGENTS WANTED-;Men or women. be back in Stnrke tomorrow, Saturday. I GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various .hades make I'

bvt,'rinn church.Mr her daughter, Mrs. Alice Langford,! No experience required. Sell the latest The meet has been n success. Tuesday 4 i t '.
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of Ahuhuu and her granddaughter' novelty, "Phon-o-brush." The 1 I tho llilth infantry passed I in review MEMORIALSRenowned
-. R. A. Weeks and
Brookei, arc spending. several weeksat ville. and wholesale prices 2.V-: Martin's I: stuff who expressed much satisfaction I !? Ie

Kingsley lake Service, Box 115, Harney Station with the npponriinco and drill of the
Mrs. T. J. Poppell of El Pass Texas
regiment.Messrs.. FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY
Omaha) Nebr. 8-18-It. I ;
:Mrs. J. A. Cunningham, of Sanforl.nail who has been visiting at the homeof t \

been visiting Mrs. J. F. Kicklitcr :Mr. and ;Mrs. K. H. Poppell and, rou SALE i :\ J. :M. Truhy and .1. J. Truhy and EVERLASTING ENDURANCE ,

at Kingsley lake other relatives, left Tuesday to returnto an,1lis! !! Mabel! ] I Weller left Tuesdayby '
her home. FOil SAJ.E-I Rough board and 2x18, I automobile for the mirth. Their ,, Three essential factor to be considered in buying mon 1 {

Mrs. Krrol Alvarez and daughter/ : and Mrs---- mill run stock. See I"". L. Turner, first stop will be at HlIII.kIuuntnin: uments, are, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROPr r f( '

Virginia, have been in Jacksonville Mr. H. C. Kit-hard: of I'a- Sturke. It I N. C., where (they will visit :Mr. and, RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this combination f

visiting relatives. lutka are occupying/ their cottage nt Mrs.' J. W. Kill inn, the latter a daughter when buying our material.
Kingsley lake, and had as their weekend SALE Our Walnut street residence I
FOrt of :Mr.[ Trilby Then they will 1(0
J. E. Maines Jr., of Lake Butler guest Mr. Charles ]Darby, of at u bargain if sold nt once. : on to Emlenton: Pa., Mi.ss. Weller's I COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, GP. i

is the guest of Itollis Knight nt Kings- Jacksonville.Mr. Write Jay S. Brown Plant City home. Other places in Pennsylvania Leading Manufacturers of the South n

ley lake this week. Fla. .8-18-81-10-6 and New York will also. lie visited Field or Special Representative; ,
; Pond Mrs. A. W. Anderson and
The :Messrs.\ Truby to return i '
expect W. ELLERY DAVIS. STARKE FLA.
of Hazel little son.V.. Jr., will leave today ,
:M. June Bullen is a guest FOR LF-Strawbl'rry: plants, Improved home in t beginning of September.MASONIC I'I :
for where will visit .
Philadelphia they
Adkins at the Adkins cottage, Kings- Klondyke. C. Letsch, northeast -
Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and, :Mrs\[ I I p@m@mmmmQm/9mmmlat0@@IOmmnlmm@@Q@hI@m10@mm@mmfON4im@mflmm@ ID@mYi( )
this week. of Route A., A,
ley lake Truby farm :; PICNIC I I .
II. Shelldruke. itsFOIL
Starke.
Miss Thelma Holtzcmlorf left Wednesday Bradford Lodge, No. ::1!.", ((0'. & A. :M., The Quinine "..at Out. .INul. Ifetl I It" M'; Inn I I IN MKMOKIAMLittle I 1
for a visit with friends at Valdosta Miss Ado. Register, of Luke Butler, ) SALK;;-About 40 berry refrigerators *sws, of In tunic! and" Inx'!vM rffrrt, .\\
at Strick
will have u grand picnic I IIV llkUMO. I./IIININ/ ; Club _!.) and! other points. I is visiting/ with :Mrs.' iII. Eastman sixty-four quart. Dirt land's, landing, on Kingsley lake. on hy nnyonr, *..vat" t.W.I.KUVI.i nt:, rniiNinii: ni-rvimiinrnH. < ,r.,'. 'Hindtutliuliiuil. I I.uciliDowling died of pneumonia -
.lu. uui"<.i> I iwVUKK
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for time. Miss will
Register
some cheap for cash. Brown & Son, Plant August 2&lh. early Thursday morning. The
Mrs. G. C. Sweat spent Thursdayand teach school at Brooksville during the City, Fla. 8-18-81-10-8 I Ills expected that Governor Hardee I little one will tenderly, cared for In its k
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Friday at Kingsley lake the coming winter. Mayor :Martin, of. Jacksonville, and \ : AT IIKilll.ANIlWednesday ; fortY-" jcht hours of illness by its par %
J. M. Tison. FOR SALE-Don Donlison strain tents and a number of relatives and I
guest of Mrs.[ other prominent speakers will be present I
:Friends of Wilmer Holtzendorf, will Rhode Island Red pullets for winter friends.
I There will heI band bathing/ I morning a "cur attachedto
:Miss Hazel Middle-ton:\ has returned be glad to know that he is: greatly improved layin$5/ per trio. Mrs. T. L. boating and u basket dinner on the a freight train broke down at Highland Everything: poHsible was done to relieve r

home after a four weeks stay in I after a serious illness of three Wainwright Lawtey Fla. R.I1..ltJ.'OH ground. Every Masonic lodge within and caused, it wreck that closed its nulferintc' and) to battle the I (I.r ';

with relatives.J. weeks at the home of his father on the lime lie- fatal disease but proved unavailing
Jacksonville SAL%;:-Buggy and wagon, harness a radius'! of M mites is invited to come
W. :Madison street. collars bridles and )lines at a and) bring wel.l-fllled l baskets. Let the Iing./ and the little one passed to the beyond "

M. Tison and family have returned bargain. Come in and buy a set ,'ommittleIllIlIrs.! (i. M. Inman S. hud l to turn back and take the Southern early Thursday morning Aug./ 10th.
to Gainesville after spending/: sev- Mr. and :Mrs. Addison. Pound. of and save the difference at J. C. A. Bryan and F. 1.. Turner know at track to Lake City and l then the While the little one was only eighteen -

". eral weeks at Kingsley lake. Gainesville, spent the week-end at Manning's Starke. Its earliest convenience if you will Seaboard's) western division track to I months oM she will be sadly
your
Kingsley lake with Mr. and :Mrs\ J. Jacksonville. No.3, southbound ex- missed l hy that smiling/ little face by d

:, :Mrs \V. II. Philip and children are 'I'I j M. Tison and on Monday the party FOR SALE-Ten acres good stand of come A. E. Kuno, proprietor of Strick I I press due hero about 11 a. m., went nil whit knew her.

spending the week at Kingsley lake a* returned to Gainesville. of two fish 1 by of Luke City and, Hampton, I A KIUKND.CK.MKTKUY : .
I corn; twenty acres hay; land's Hotel will provide it special way
the guests of Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. j I --- -- acres of sweet potatoes and. one- dinner for those who do not care to I and Starke was without mail Wednesday I- dl
I Friends of Judge A. V. Long II
arc
g half acre of sugar cane. Inquire at prepare dinner. He is also having constructed until the .I p. m. northbound ex1 I : NOTICK, : :
. Schilke went to Orlando greatly pleased to know that he i III
:Mrs. A. II. 1
BrownleVs Jewelry Store .Starke.H a dancing pHvilion 20x80 feet : press arrived. This train proceededI
last week to visit her husbzand, who j steadily recovering/ from the serious and that night! Starke's band will furnish I north as the wreckage had! then been I Persons interested are asked to e 1
illness that has confined him to hisbeI
is employed there. ---- music for the dancers 1 cleared away, and the southbound limIted meet at the :McKinney cemetery on e
during the past two weeks.A PLANTS AND:\ SEEDS | though belated also Clime by!1 Wednesday, August/ 23rd: prepared to
I.; t :Miss Laura Wynn left Thursday for and beautlfying
Starke. : spend the day in cleaning -
,. Gainesville where she goes to visit son was born to Mr. and :Mrs. .1. NEW CATALOG UE-Fall edition. CEME'IEKV: : : WORKING:\ i | the ground, ,i
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,I her father N. D. Wynn. C. Terrell of Jasper Saturday, Aug. Contains a fund of fine informationfor J, A. J. MCKINNEY
Bradford church CAIII OK THANKS:\
5th. The little one is named ,1. C. Jr. the newcomer or beginner and. All interested'In
1 :Miss Hilda Lewis of Jasper will ar- ,: Mrs. Terrell is the daughter/ of Mr. of great value to those already familiar cemetery will gather there on Wednesday I : ;;- ---------
rive today for a few days' visit with and :Mrs. H. Y. Brown of this city. with Florida truck growing August 2:1.: provided) with necessary ,i i This is to express my appreciation
Robinson. implement, and well /filjed' to my neighbors and friends. for their Sell or Gin Your Seed Cottonat
:Mrs.\[ J. C.
f her sister If you are not already receiving our I i
'V :' The Telegraph was in error in the catalogue write today for copy.- baskets for dinner on the grounds.) I assistance, during my recent Illness. the Port and Save Freight Money '

1'' W. :M. Wainwright, of Tallahassee, statement that :Mr. Struth was doingor Kilgore Seed Co., Plant City, Fla.. J. VERNON EDWARDS.: I,,!' May God them.; pour showers of blessings We buy all varieties of need cotton 'l i
last week of his parents had ever done any machinist workon upon
was a guest 8-1-41 i! O. W. THOMAS.If : both long and "hi>rt. We also do custom IY
Peggy engine. Mr. Struth af- j
N. Wainwright was Cold In One I Duy
Mr. and :Mrs. p. -- --- To Cure a ginning. Write for prices and
filiated with the International Association PERSONAL I Tik LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE! from Machinists: for .lh.<"JUt" an.c"ngualineuaeubVt.( .>ur i Bro. Thormlyke of tho Kistimttiee 1)lIrllcul..rll.Jacksonville. r ,H
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date palms
of twenty .
A large number years --- -- (."ill; : f W. ,,110" 1//: 3C i ,
the Royal Palm Nurseries, Oneco, has and fifteen years with the Foremen PILES constipation, ulceration, fistula Gazette was as well up in arith- Ginning Comp'y g

been received and planted around the Association, but for the past four /fissures, bleeding itching, curedat metic at he Is In criticism of newspapers -
house lot. A number of olean- years has been with the home. Write for free trial painless Cures Malaria Chills he would not make the statement JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA I

ders power had previously been planted an,1are tion department. Their <, tranllPortll-1 pile combination. S. Tarney, 666 Fever Bilious Fever, that forty miles an hour meansonly P. O. liox No. 1162. Telephone 3111.b .

doing well. ,II not allow him to do Auburn Ala. 8-18-Et* ,: -Colds and LaGrippe"I" ,-six- feet per second.









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.;,- All vessels should be first thoroughly

; r.JI.I.l: .......................... rinsed with cold or warm-not hot
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-1 -water, to remove all traces of milk,

i P 4 l and then scalded with boiling water

+ With The Bradford Sterilizing with live steam is the best /

( y method of destroying germs. Althoughthis Note these New Prices

r Is not practical on all farms, every I

I i I County Farmers dairyman can do the next best /

d thing, which is to boil all the voi--el.< I on U.S.Tires

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the
; .. from the boiling water July 29, 1922, the lowest Bear in mind that these prices
OJI should bo set upside down in n I'LIlII! ,, ON
quoted U. S. the most complete
ever on apply to
place free from dust, so that they may .
INTitSTS'! (; :: REPORTS/ has resulted. in the need of a marketing the /
i (() I drain thoroughly. I Passenger Car Tires went into line of quality tires in
enabling the farmers
system
: If vessels are II rat washed with hoi' effect-Royal Cords included. world. Remember, too-
Paseo Farmers lire preparing land to market more hogs in the months> I N
for fall-vegetables and truck crops. I when prices are high. A system that i water the albumin in the milk coagulates These new prices should give as you read the follow a
and result the4
sticks As
'1 Strawberry runner beds and. orange greatly covers this need.., according I to sels will be sticky and a and haul- j r confidence to dealers and caring table that U. S.
,
I 4 fine.Brevard H. G. Clayton, district agent, is the greasy has been r
poi
..t (Troves are looking to clean-hurborers of germs. owners that no lower basis of quality ,,1F
co-operative sale plan. .
a l; Frequently, vessels on being taken quality tire prices will prevail. tively maintained.
A interesting meeting fly this plan the farmers pledge,
i very from boiling water, are wiped with a tiaovil
''I l +,,' of the Audubon citrus club was I enough hogs for a car to 1 be' ready by cloth teeming with millions of germ- FA6l1CSIZFQ II v v 41

4 v held on last Friday. The subject taken I; a given date, and the buyers arc notified In this way more germs are usually I Cord NnhhV" ChaIR U.... Pl.ln30x .

i t 'i up was "Citrus Stocks." of this date and the probable left than are removed. Tho boiling of' 1 (;1. $I 2.55 '1 1.4" $9.75 \I.B f'4

I number' of hogs for sale. On the sale I!, the vessels la riot for the purpose ot'I I' 311 31.4 x 3yj' ".. $14,6- H.OO 1560 ,1),00 LI.n 111.6 to.6 -- 41

day the hogs are weighed; and I'raded'i dirt but for the 30 3t'SS 14M -
( 1 Walton--We are marketing our Dig |I removing destroying a
I I and each farmer receives a 32.. 3ya' 22.9' 20.4' 16.90 15.70
j seat! Jersey sweet potato
crop cooperatively -
the number of and theweights vessels 31.4 .. 26.4'
showing hogs ;
f at a satisfactory price. Some I I < t 3..4;: 29.15 24.3' 22.4'1 20.85 + '
'It of each grade. The car is 33x4 3.0 H,5 ;U.6 21.95 _p Yh'' <
I rapes are still being Hold at good I drain and dry 1
22.k)
347(4 30.8' 26.0 2..15
sold to the highest bidder,. and the If the vessels cleaned and sterilized y i { r
j I' prices. are 324'y /t 37.70 31.9 30.0 did
I owners are paid according to the number as directed, there is no need t t" 33x4'1.' 3H.H 3J.OO 31.0' 'n
1 34x4'' 19.11 3".00 3.0'
? Okaloosa-The farmers of Laurel I, of hogs indicated on their grade I sun them. Jut, if half cleaned! the., 3' x4V. 4.N 3'.6 33.55 i,1i
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1' f l Hill arc planning to market their fall check. I are breeding places for bacteria. I 3hx4\\1, .". 41.5' -36.15 34,003J..s ft 'q
4.9'
I Some of the marked advantages of I ..
(ruck crops co-operatlvcly. Snap i 'I 49.W 41lO 39,31)
' beans will be the principal crop thin I this selling plan are: Almost every WATCH roil I.EAIl')1' IN 4739. 11.89 ....7. 41,10 1

season i I farmer can arrange to self from 1 to S'J'ItA\Yummy PLANT I1EDS I Federal absorbed'LXLIJIC by.."the on munii/uuurir dIe/ ufiui hat Lee, 30 X 3 T,
I I
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15 hogs during! the summer when priers + ,

1 Madison-The Madison County are highest, so that ho has fewerto The most common disease of strawberries The dealer wild .a full line of U.S. use 0

+! { breeders association will 1iod| a fat sell during the winter when prices is leaf spot which occurs nlO-t''' Tfreinl you better iheeenewcrwe.canservo I thin. vou. hnvo ever

; hog sale at Greenville September ,;: arc low and. the market glutted. By abundantly on plants growing on heavy been nerved.. before. ,In. the hi*. FABRIC '''I r f(
I 01'1. auumiobllu.If }
">. Four or more cars will be ottered': co-operative selling! a market averageis wet undrained land. It is dependent Wry there ever wan any fancied 10 6 5

rI; for sale, ,: obtained for the year's pro'duction on moisture\ for spreading mind r a Jvnntatti In ahnpplnil. _
around for *a it dlsappuandonur29,1922. *
LI ,; of huge The hogs are sold n few at a may severely infest a plant bed ,lur'l : 3Ox3Vz Clincherand

)1 Polk--Tbere: will be a large acreage I'I time Instead of holding some salable ing the wet season in Florida j

6'l+l of (grapes planted in the county next ,' ones back while some of the poorer ing to the Florida Experiment Sta-1 I Straight Side

year, if all plans are carried out. The ones are getting into marketable con- tion. I rrp.

strawberry acreage( will also be quite dition. In the beginning the disease appeal( < l las I j I Royal CordI4 6?
this full. Kecent sales conducted in Florida u..rIr
large I IDadoThe small deep, purple or red !spots on 'l"
showed that, cnvlot shipments enable I' .
the upper surface of tho leaves. 1'hl''j r '' t 41
tomato growers are preparing buyers to pay top prices, each farmOr areas rapidly increase in size, .

/ their ground( ) and are plowing receiving his money at the close of tho same time the color of the central United States I

4 under. vegetation Heretofore this: the sale. The limn with one hog gets portion changes from a purplo to a. TireUnited

;' vegetation was: loft until planting/ time as much per pound as the man with I reddish brown, and !In the later stares States 0} Rubber Company

t h and then burned off.Osceola twenty-live. Better-blooded hogs the lesions become grayish or whitish

? t I weighed out more according to size, I in the center. The border remains f purplish 11 5E52ST i'i'JK-.

S -The Oscrola> growers, have and. went into the highest grades am.:t shading ofT to a reddish brown r

,I employed G. P. Ashc of Dover, to assist that it is it mistaken idea' that 1fe w' coloration towards the healthy tissue rtJ.tt.\\\\t

the county agent in carrying out hogs cannot be fed out during! tin I Severely affected leaves turn brown IJ\\It f.f.EViJt.1.hJt.. h\t.\\\ \\hwr\!+.\\\\t9.\L\

the culture of strawberries in OMccoln! summer months. this discoloration beginning at their

county Mr., Asho will give his full tips causing them to finally shiiM-l. I Where You

time to the growers in the production :S'lKAUMKRKY; HINTS and die. Can Buy J. W. ANDREWS, Jr. Dealer

of this! crop. The best means of control is to set '

t Strawberries can be grown in every only strong, healthy plants on well- u. S. Tires: STARKE, FLA.

i DuvlI1The first acre of corn that section of Florida] as a garden crop. drained land, taking care to rcmovi-

has been measured. in the chamber, of| Growers usually select moist flat- all diseased leaves at tho time of set

commerce growing contest, yielded
105.13 bushels, which is the highest soil near the surface. Such soil will the plant) bed, it can be controlledby

yield Is + county thus far. It was grown by C. but if irrigation Is possible, they 1-4-00 formula, when the disease first> -::

e y, Johnson! of Dinsmore. can be grown on light, sandy soil. appears

h )However, Irrigation! will bo a greatadvantage ._. I
r Luke-Tho Orange Dull beekeepers
/: during tho fruiting/ sea IIV II'lm CROP( PRODt'CTION( IN
association! organized at :Mt. Porn a

year ago, has recently saved, its members son.If the lugd l is well-drained and dry GENERAL IS 1'REOIC'1'EOBunhper

\ $500) on a purchase! of honey con- it Is beat to set them in 18 or 20 inch production in generalthis
tainers. The association is considering crop
/ rows; or, if they are planted out in year resulting from highly! favorable .
/ the matter of establishing! a central tho
field
on u larger a rl/I. they should growing conditions during the
blending! and packing. plant for be set wide /
enough to be walked witha
month of July was indicated by the Take
standardizing their honey. horse drawn, cultivator. In either issued
government's August crop report, -

SELL I YOUR IKXJH( ; WHEN: PRICKS case in setting them the beds should !Monday. A three billion bushel
1'0[> a little above the level of the I
the
AIM iiKiii corn crop for the fourth time in
ground to give good drainage in case I
history of farming! in the United

Co- )peralive Sale flan KnaMt'H: 'onTo of u hard rain. I States was forecasted.A the
If
they are planted on poorly drained -
Dispose of Stork t in Summer record crop of hay estimated at ,
,) lands it Is best them
to put on 40- 03,100,000: tons is being harvested,
inch beds, three 12 inch rows on a bed
How to take advantage of the surpassing the record mado in 1919!!
mar and the plants 12 inches apart In the
Let and feed situations are problems( ,! by 1,300,000 tons.
which vitally concern the Florida farmer rows. The second largest crop of white Short Cut
Re-fore attempting\ set plants, see
potatoes ever was reported in
who grows hogs for market. They grown
if the soil has a fairly good amount
main fattening mature at time prospect the total production being
y crops a .
f
(> vegetable! matter. There is nothing
+ which necessitates marketing the bulk forecast -110,000,000 bushels, or 2-
y better than stable manure, although .
I of the hog crop during the months 000,000 bushels less than the record

j when prices for hogs are low. This will any decomposed vegetation crop of 1917.
answer the purpose. Sweet potato production this year .

Strawberries require liberal applications probably will make another record,

SOUR STOMACH of fertilizer; two application according to the forecast. When you were a youngster, you never went to school /,

{I IIn at the addition. rate of the 2000 pounds per acre The fourth largest crop of tobacco the long way 'round! You took a short cut.
to stable manure i Is
is forecast with a total production of
I
INDIGESTION advisable. 1,125,000,000) pounds.

I Twelve hundred plants will plant Another 2,000,000 bushel crop of ripples I Every advertisement in this is
about a tenth of an acre, and a bee I II paper a short cut. Advertisements
the eleventh in 33 years Is: indicated -
I this size should give ample berries for make it possible to tell in
'tledford's I with this year's production, you a few minutesall
Black-Draught JliahJ the
If
average family. the season Is
more than double that of last
year. know about
Recommended by Tennessee favorable, it will provide more than you want to the service or articles you

an average family can use as fresh need.
Grocer for Troubles Rest "
I fruit. "To Stop a Cough Quicktake ,,,{;

1 suiting from Torpid I The best varieties for moist soils HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a yi;;},...."
Liver. art the Klondyke, Excelsior and Missiomlry > cough medicine which stops the cough by '
1 I and plant growers througout healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues.A At a glance you can sift out the things that interestyou ,; .

+' \,, the state will have these for sale when SALVE box for of Chest GROVE'S Colds Head O-PEN-TRATE Colds and most and in a moment you know just when and where ::11)R'.N:

,' Cast Na hYllte. Term.- To sine I the planting season arrives. Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of for what
r J ncy of Thedford's Black-Draught, thiODUlna. IIA( YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve to go you want. :t'
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
a. herb, liver medicine, til l KKEP DAIRY UTENSILS:: :; CLEAN of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.

touched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons. I j jSTOMr I The hr.lingemert( of Hayea Hpallnd Honey In- how
of this city.It Is without :, Necessary if the :Milk 1 U to lie Kept stile.'' the'. -t throat a-TraM combined Salve I with I through the healing the pore.rir.it ol of.rum Figure many steps, how much needless walkingand

doubt the best liver medicine, and 1 1ilont II Pure, Sweet and Wholesome he akin nun elope a eounh. talking the advertisements thus
1 believe I could get along without' Both remedles.rs. packed In one carton and the save you and your
coat of lha combined treatment U 3Sa
It I take It for sour stomach, headache I Cleanliness la godliness. especiallyin Just auk your druggist for f HAYES' neighbors.

Jt bad liver. Indignation\ and all : tho dairy business. All the sani- HEALING HONEY.

ther troubles that ace the result ola j i tury precautions taken for housing the I'

{I torpid Iivor.R dairy herd will be of no avail, if tho SEED: CORN, COW PEAS, VELVET Then you realize the great economy and necessity of

bare known and used It for years, utensils used in handling the milk are JEANS, MILLET; muss SEEn

and can and do highly recommend II not kept clean. To be sure such utensils '\> SORGHUM advertising in your daily life.

to every one. I won't go to bed with- are clean, they must be sterilized, For immediate shipment. All seasonable -

lilt It In the houao. It will do all IIelalms not simply washed, to remove impurities Field and Vegetable Se Js.", Write
( ''I l to do. I can't say enough foi' that be seen. for Price List and Catalogue. Our -"'
may
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I The water used for washing> must beautiful and instructive catalogue U ..' .
,/a Many other men and women throorb'I a
not be contaminated. In many Instances free and gives valuable Information on
iii Gut the country hare found Black' and for Florid.i
where arming gardening
typhoid fever has appeared
Draught Just as Mr Parsons descrlbel the source of the disease has and the South. Write to us today for Read the Advertisements : ,
ill valuable In regulating the liver U ,
been traced through the milk to the special prices on jour seed require '
. ( ))18 normal functions and In cleanslni water used In cleaning the dairy utensils ments. Our complete stock will enable
i the bowels of Impurltfel.Thedford' < I
says Proto J. :M. Scott, of the I UI\ to supply you to advantage In price ..
Black-Draught liver znedt. .
.c.
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and
Florida Experiment Station. Other quality.E..1. .
sine Is the original and only genuine
germs those causing milk to sour, :MARTIN SEED! COMPANY
ti, Jtacept no Imitations or substitute*
+ for instance, are carried in the same Oldest! and Largest Seed House In Fin.
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Always' uk for Thedford'a. &! .
y way. 02-200 E. Hay St., Jacksonville, Fla. .








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slye C. T. U. COLUMN i \t'..,.1 glides \MI.V into t the d.irKness.. in better condition and l ,don't imi-- "

i I If the victims alioitid! the rum run I things up any more. I may be wrong. J I -.,-'r I I"; 1I 1\

j, ncr make a show of arms, they find Hut my kids! Say, you oughta see the I I : :

//.II WIUTEK PLEADS; FOrt ENFORCEMENT ;: ;- themselves looking into the barrels: of I fuss they make OVl'rI drunken man! !

eight automatic revolvers, 811111I ,>- They follow him for bl"l'ksIII.. aqueer ,

j times, according: to ('apt.ll'Donl1ld: I' animal escaped from a circus''hen : Fordson

K illiU-cn I Norris, rtaojrni/i'il' uslu of tho Taylor, the pirate captain/ .I 1 was a kid we never looked! ..itI t tI ,I II

most popular writers of (fIc- i would shout an invitation to the crew I I Via twice, that common they wa'!' .
; of the Taylor to have a drink. At other 1
o, 1 lln-, United Staten. the prohohlVIM' i I !I
| times the pirate crew would line
,\ has an eloquent champion
enlisted heart and, soul in then I the rail, at a' safe distance! and drink TilE :MATTER OF SE IOmTY. :

.'n in California to secure thee I from the newly opened. bottle of II-

( of the ntiitu-wido enforcement i I qiior. The Taylor, however, was\ never The railroad strike has wandered. Industrial Tractor 1 1I

no, She is speaking to large I I able to get near\ the pil'ul.'I'IC.I'I.' somewhat far afield since the shop (
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i ( ci. and everywhere her nies- ,| workers first InM down thief tools ail:" ,

all forth enthusiast approval. "il7"KII>S; ARE BETTER JUDGES; declared their resistance to any reduction ,'I
"roan 1 is BO marked that the THAN) ME" : r 0 e ,
: an- of wages from the status of April i

hibitiot newspapers are devot- I 11 1021. Perhaps we should phrase it ,i

lilorial. space/ to ridicule and con- "Three years Is:; too soon to decide somewhat better if we should say the r1xposition'{,'

it ion of her efforts, the highest j! about the success or failure of a plan : strike had jumped the track and was '

iiliment that can be paid to her en- which depends upon its enforcement)' running wild. New issues have arisen :( '

"JTX. I over a huge extent of country and which seem more difficultof settlement : '

-peaking before a large company along a broad front of all kinds of j|! than those upon which the strike 1'

.ilea recently fcho said): | human nature gathered from all parts was first staged. Tho most difficult Jacksonville Florida Aug. 21 2223

i don't speak often. When I do I j"I''of the world," writes Whiting Wil- :]| of adjustment of these new issues 11 ,

a speech I feel that I can be for. linms in Collier's Weekly.] "He prob- ': that of sonority. The men say that I

ii on the same grounds that the I ably asks too much who says: 'We their full rights in that respect must Under the auspices of the Ford Motor Company various equipment manufacturers if

'nan in the Bible was forgiven ought to have seventy years to try.i I be restored to them if they come back. and the Ford dealers of Florida South Georgia and Southeast Alabama. '1; Jr
I love much. Today I am out this proposition-until a T'he.
use i j executives are just as firm in
iiiling here because I love my coun- tion has grown up that never generaj saw n their refusal to restore these rightsat : Under canvas on the vacant lot of Ford Motor Company at 735 East Bay St.,

,mil because after a good many saloon; But it does look as though I I I I, the expense of the new men whom ] opposite the Merchants & Miners Transportation Docks. '

i \of hard work, poverty, discour- we had already forgotten so much they have taken into their empoly, and i i

i ,ii-iit, (linens-all the business of I that we are no longer good judges our'' on that deadlock the matter rests at J

hood. motherhood, homekoeping I' selves. More than a few of us are like present. The managers point out that J!!,'.
in these I have al'I the foreman of whom one) 0 I ,o
N i i now years i employers i while the strike was young, they offered 1

fI'edont. and like many of the reports: !i l the men full restoration of nil I 4

f \ on I have thought to myself, I|I 'He! was telling all over the plant] their rights, If they would return to j norm u t '

.iMv! in my prayers that I should i i i how he. was through with the whole work by certain specified time. The

:ad befoio I died to hand onto I prohibition idea because more men men rejected' the offer and few if any IP

\\ omen some little sham of what I Il' were drinking on the job than ever of them came back to work and'! hv .

i otintry and love of God moan before.. I asked him why it was wo their action, it is claimed, they forfeited I r2l- I ', I. -. \
:i woman.. We are nil apt to didn't need watchmen at the gates ort' '' their rights., on n y I

1 .M Irk. into history and feel that in MondamOl'nlnjs any more, in spiteof I What is this sonority anyway, over j I

I r the grant crises we could have bin belief Finally, I learned that which such a fight (Is being waged ? I

lu'illinntly. We could have han- he had recently seen on the streets a'' An,l why do the railroad men

I the work of Florence Nightingale drunken man. One drunken man! It attach such importance to it?

could) have been a noble Joan of was t the first he'd seen in a couple of planation is given by a Penn Ittlllcl..nh'l,

>but it seems to me today that years' and it had shocked him so much railroad offical whose! name

.I I i/.i-ns we are facing an issue as that he had practically lost his head.' j| held, but it seems correct, and will

,r II m any thut the world has ever 'It's my kids that are better judges help explain why the strikers consider.

VII" than m'(.,' says the maid in a bigPacific it important, and also why the "rail

,ihc outstanding thought that Mrs. coast hotel. ']" "l'l
1 ,1- drives home in her addresses pretty mire the room work here's easier 0 employes! who have voluntarily left I

i hat the women must come to the than in the old days-the men are their service. lIe explains it thus:
., ue in this: crucial time, and help to I 0rn
done much to 0 -- -. ,
lid (the law that has so j

-ntect their homes and children Her Too n ('lIun,1I "f Slnrkr FlllrldR, NTIETho u; n hoard. d rtunlleeilon.. met for the purl'.... ofraullshg jiI
ii-u,. 10 to the mothers to live up to Ihp aaaraInrnt r..II.. ac iravidrd h" 'oU..n R7 of the ( .....111... "r"lnaRo" of the
'ueii responsibilities us loyal citizens Town of S'.rh. Floddn and honed the veloatlnn .f the following properly, to.wit! See the Fordson Power and Transport Unit in over

going to the polls and,) casting their S. T. n. O..n.r From atISFnUrrlription :< :To sixty different commercial and industrial operations

i lots) for the enforcement of the pro- : Lola 1 2 II 4I/ !ilk 1 Davie II Tru- J
influence Ioy'. ,,01.1, __ ____ __n_. _._h 211I/ 22 A 1. Adkine _-____________49 O. MOO }
'nbition law, and to use their 4 A knn..n tho .1 0 Alvnroe'erenldenrv "
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CONTINUOUS DEMONSTRATIONS I 10 A. M. TO I 10 P. M. DAILY
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ith other mothers, and with their eoulh: of block Mndiaon.51: : in ''J"o one wlt:: .
"iisbands and brothers and friends, to \InV Cop 1:11: ft N II It by 80 r '
to n E: & W _____.._____ _____.__.28e8 22 .1 W Andrews J. __._______.81170 4/100/
ork and vote for men favorable nit 20 Town --------------2$ tV Andrese & Son _-----iss0 Bonn ADMISSION FREE SOUVENIRSA
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Amendment. One of Lots: 2 8 nRii:1C2: In :J P. J m.\dd-:.28 W Alvsm-: --------------1060: loon
'tu Eighteenth hits 2 & 4 Ik illS orbs town ______28 8 lIa J W A lvaree ______________811<",1 1710I..onnl \ /
". I' unique appeals to the patriotism ____ ..__________________________ 8 L Alvaroa ___________._. 100 620
Inn. ::1 12 & II fl Lot 4 or elk 14 of Industrial
r her audiences. is male in these I. T & COlI add -_________________28 8 22 A 0 AnclI'Gu ____________.. coo tire Demonstration Efficiency
\\,11'. 1..nRI _-__1______.._____.--' __--. ---_ A U Aad..u ______________ ace 480tenaB4&Nlr
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I Lnu,5&Sof Elk
"If) any one would l be willing to tear A Jones ndd'" ____ ______--_-.__ 8 22 E L Dill,,' _.-___-.._._._. .:t7r0111k
dawn an American flag and, wrap It 'x 3 i.ole cx. Iota/I/ 0 6 7 6 8 7 8 In pmt Alvarsa'Silk 4. Big Street Parade of Tractor Drawn Units

.bound n garbage can, then he may add... _____.______-_-__--_28 8 aa Fred. lItHk! _.________.-...tU60 N2250
Six A on N skit of SE'!. of SE'4of '
o .insistently sneer at the non-cnforcc- NEIL\ _____________.__ ,__29 8 112 If Y Prawn _.______....___ eon "" IN1Pvreomd
________h.U______________ If Y brown ___.___,,,, 100 1'10
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it.-nt of the Eighteenth Amendment, 'l"IIOn,1 .__..________, ---.-------.___ W M flr"on _._____--.I OO 'J20 Come and see how the Fordson can reduce overhead cut time charges cut
American patriots must not per- 1'"n..l. nO' ._____._. --:--, _____I.u____ Consumers Lumbar Co. ____81100 'noonta.l
Kilt' //I 10 7 IIIk 27 I. T Cosedd labor work
costs speed heavy --- industry.
'iiil themselves to miss this opportunely u.J! 8 22 II J COI.m.n _____________ 2/10./ 550 up in every ,, l;
Bit" 'rempks ndd -----_ ---- .i 6 22 Eunloe E C.nova ________.__8a70' 8780one
for a patriotism fully as great na "l lot in Cook'oye: add .bounded: Tractor-Drawn Busses making connection with all trains for visitors
,hat offered by service\ at the front It Ioy bred of M" Shnlf. N b" ti carrying to
Call St. F. hy IlInd or If.mlnll' e
n the 'VordVltr.] ." way. W by 'land of Sire. Chaa _.2A 6 22 ) rlUlon Eet POll IMO Exposition.For .
I..t 2 1(1k 7 .rig, town __n .0_____ 2S.8 aa J P' 'anovlt _.....,.,...____...2nn 1I0lln t
Personal _. _____________- ---_-______ .Ufln; 01.I..hn.. _________1:1110.1: ) .) 1501(0 1
:SEEK- PHANTOM lU'M I SHIP I Lot> 1 2 3 Ulk 8 Trmlt... Odd n28 22 Sir. Minnlo \I0 Griffin -------2250 2'13n0 full information sec the authorized Ford dealer listed below. '
I., Loh I 12 d I Ulk 2 Wynn'sndd
R A a..n _.___________-__ 760 11/10/
Off :New< Ono lot 111ft N & S by 210 ft
Dry :Navy< Ruffled by Pirato F] & W h..unh.d, E by HllnluNon F
York tin/ rhoI' lone. N by lond of Alvn....., Sby !
Mrs 8f .1 Green J. W. ANDREWS JR. ; :
) 118
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Lot 1"10k. 1 1'J'iJ.. ;' : = F C tlollingeworth : ::=::: m Don'Lnt :: '
ft E lit W hy USft ,
outside of New or l"n.1 tl5:
The just
presence N ..It S. bounded. E by lIy. 'Sby I
lark harbor of a phantom rum pirate, l'rnlohO.I.1 _______________.28 8 22 Mrs. Mary F. 11111.1"1) ______ 180 220 ,

which pounces on liquor smugglers by Prrsnnol::; 2 4 8H -l n-jjj-J; .j,_--.c_c_-::::25__h 6_--ii: : 5fy 118 I G Mary A llaym's E nalslop- -_:_:::=:I8 g 2 8ILeto : Ford and Fordson Dealer Starke, Florida ,

night and eludes the prohibition navy On to tin Cookcys R.\d\ IwumlodS I
by Madison S1, E by Court
by day was revealed a Snur W hy I.lid 01 tot I. .Inhna 28 6 22 \II B ifsynea_ .___ -----2---tone 22511ieaa
States rum scout Taylor returned to U 10 II 12 1:1: 11 16 16 or ilk 1 >>' DO IT WITH A FORDSON
for a week to capture I 11s o"'n.I..d on I'1nooya: map _.28 8 aa Ns lit K Hull --------------8760 4130
port after trying Cam at r.I': Cur of Lot 7 1111 N. ''F
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this modern. Cupt. KidJ. Numerous lit run Wont 66 ft. E a 22 fto N I :
25', fI, E al: fl, S s51aj' tt to
tales of the escapades of the my- inn"( .7'f2'j"' 6 22 nn...... 1"011 --------------2nnn' 2700
.____ h''I I. .h...row n cnns.t.,.... Lots; t I.j. 8. SR'it Lou: I
wry ship, w t as --- 1111 II In .J..nc' 11,1.1 -------------2 6 23 hoover, Derr _____u..___ OliO '"t3r.0On.
nation into the fleet of nondescriptcraft .. lot cam III NE; Cor ot Cell I ,
engaged in coastwise )liquor carrying I.lit: Rrnsdway Oil/ fl. Ii Hill Ito) &fto run to N Cull 00 lit rt,. aI. I The sonority practices, na developed new positions and (five uj the position If he' renters the service, I... lakes I y

brought in by the crew of W lea/ It to .bra _..___________28 6 22 Mrs Alice Ihtmphroy1(100, ( 2260 on Pennsylvania railroad syMtem that he holds. rank below, other men who may have
were Persom.l __ '" __n ----.-------------- 0 I. myna ____ _________ 760 1200
the Taylor. Lol, 6 IIlk I 11 I I. 'r & ('... till, ____2H 8 22 .I A Bow- ______0__-____._ too 16011' were originally of evolutloniirv growth In the event the number. of position sought mid! ubtamrd' employment i ilh. in
I..e R 7 8 ilk I nrlu town ______28 8 22. Tleo Hu".n _.___________ 760 1200On. I reduced .
The name of tho craft is unknown lot I."nd E by W U IIII"n i and have now cryHtalli/.cil Into IK requiring n curtailment of meantime.

for of its victims or ]pursuers hast NIwJ W Androw.&Sun. W I d.finirul,,". Thu word'! "aelority"luu'ana force, eitiployen 'nro laid off, and those Seniority represents" to each employein
none __
10" Mm Shatter, R h" 1Ith.on, St 2N 6 22 M t. JuhnA _________ ____ 2000 2260 I
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Her lines were I'o"onol h 1> C Jnnee __________.__....62(() 6700 dition of thai him the basis of their. seniority standing distinct ''
employment assures a
her mist-gray: hull. lute 6 6 & PArt "r Lola' 6 8 I| \ tangible "joli-buyinj I power -
described as those of a high-speed or hilt 1M .orig town ____._.____N__28 6 2J: II F. I\nh.h --------------5000 37r.O prot< ion, In the event of a reduction) to one another. that increases in value us his continuous ,
raft of Lib 2 \ I Silk IS on I I 'J"OJ"
cruiser, more than 60 feet long, and IIs or Can St known a. Starke In force, against junior employee, and There are many und various conditions ,service with the railroad l, on b I
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Howe n F. KnllCht ______________2700 soon
propelled by two noiseless gasoline l.u' 1 1 8 4 111k 8 T m"h.. R"I __28 8 22 II E Knl..ht u__.________ 600 1\10\ nlno] assures! him prior opportunity of which influence the exercise of any seniorty list, accunlateH.. ,
send her skipping out One Jot bounh.1, F. by llro..lw.y attaining Home other position in his Tu. out the
which tho individual
motors, "t.. N by .101 c'llunl" 1m1. WI by 1 seniority I by eat p1oye. curry provision, us!
of danger when she is approached bya hrl.I"n St.. S b" lond of M L gristle.) class or department, provided! For example vacancies may exist agreed/ to by thu nuinuifmc-nt and em
Johna' ___ -.- 8 22 n r Jnnnn _.___._ 8aO f
760'Lo
s'r'TwW28 uu fitness and Hbil- I
government boat. I n an W end i-of ; I the has the necessary carrying a higher rate nf l pay. It maybe ployes, positions and vacancies are I

Crew Well Armed of N.NW,.14 Ii. -ft"N'j; ,---a21t4---;- 8 22 T N Kendrlck _?___"----1160 ions ily tu perform the Job to whit h he asp i that the employe prefers! to live in bulletined for a dcrternlined tI me. '

The pirate captain is said to be a fl E a W In NW Cor of came. I 11 (Home one town rather than another. Such bulletin conveys Information relating
a N IC'ft' Lot H IlIk 20 orlg '
dare devil disciple of the dipt. KidJ o w :;t-i -211 8 24 0 C Uvlnl..l"n ---------------,5o 6e60Cookaeya [ Sonority, in a given !Croup of em- i I There. may be n choice of work, due to the position, rate or pay,

he emulates, his crew of eight an armed Lo lfl alld''II'---_ u__ __.____'___I__.28 8 22 1111. Kate r."lnflOwn' -------3700 460" I. ployi'H l I..< determinvil hy what I in, ''to one job beinif heavier than another. I duties! to In; performed) hours for d
gang of reckless outlaws, armed lot,. Jt 14 IJIk IJ In It rinse add. -.20 .6 2.. H D Mutt ___ .__ __ 750 1700 known BH a "senority roster" which | Some few. men may I prefer night today which .service is to he rendered, and .r
tour 12 elk 18 L T \ Co. ndd-28 I a. H (I Mown/ __.___-......._ R"O
with automatic pistols. They approacha Personal. --.._________________________ lJ D Minor. __ --_______-____16"0 2211'IIHO) j shows the nnme of each employe, the work, although tho normal aspiration such other details as indicate to the,
Personal -- ---------.-------- Luvnta Monica __________ 110
smuggler's craft anchored just out- -- 70 each change nfIffctinir of riiilrnad employe the nianaicertient's
Lo"R 1 .. a .. E'f. Lot.> 2ilk i date of promotion or every / worker i isto needs and
side the 12-mile limit, waiting for the \ 25 014w town _._.___._...._....__-24 : 22 VI". V. Morgan ___________2100 2700 I his .Btatu Thin roster i IK posted I have a daylight jab\ thq desirability of thu Job. The em r J
Inu I 9 10 arts town -44 C Pee. .
boats from shore to come after the Loa 2 : lilt \ John. add; .+.r.-2N 6 Z' w r, Kw.oll : ::::::::::-.196(1:-1:160: 111990 101)0I ::) ) in a place accessible, to all employes. Hut the railroad. has to operate 21 ployes/ of the particular department! ,
I loto 7 oIIt s ilk 2M nrig town ------2$ 8 22 J E It..b"e..n _____________ I
board 1800
contraband The revised, hour 365 bid
liquor. pirates One lot 2A2y n N S by 210 concerneil. It in periodically a day, days' u year. That vacancy occurs upon the name 4.'

the vessel, appear to buy the whiskey, I rt E I..n.1/1 W S, a&..und.l& hI' E lan,1 by of Snder A. L .. and it open to correction. for a determined !I means that many employes must work until position Is filled by the senior ;y '
.on
and, after the booze Is transferred to I Avan( .e &. N by Pratt St --._. ___28 41 22 M" Ain Snucrs ___________1000 itso period, usMiiulIy BO;)) dayn, fromI what am! usually considered the less. man seeking the Job ants tlemonstratinjr -
Ls,. 12 Ulk 7 Temple ..Id ____uU 8 22 .n..1. Oil ro, ____--Ilan\ r
toss
y the pirate vessel, the captain stuff 1'.1 'a""Rr"' 0,1, t.... u_n___._.___ H'O, 12" ,I date of postlnK. Representiven of the | desirable. hours, and the employes I the necessary fitn'tjsn.; '
his currency hack into his pockets, One Personal lit 1.n.I",1_ __E_u by.-lit-- I.Johns8nuthern Nall TdrpMme Co.__ HI 1200 J I employe are furnished! with copies | youngest In the servicethose with I Seniority, !in the light of the above, t'

board, his own ship and the phantom II hI'' Madison 8l.. W 101'' lit(. I I of the roster upon request j least genoirity must fill these pools will tubSeen to be a thing of definite
Chece. N b" l' .P 'lUIon Ent:: -.__28 8 22 M.i Mary P. Shaffer1080 2269WIy
NEI NEtr, I i I A person upon entering the service I lions as the force is increased as new UntfiblJI value to every r'mpofO.r/
& W'f. of E.or.. N11 h.ofu; -_-._.28 41 U F. M Thomas __________._.1600 2211014i1 in any of the classified! ,departments portions are created, or as vacancies the company, and the strikers cannot r'
\i "'k I oria (own 2J> U Turner ---___________ .) 1111101iu < I I
26 28 27 28 DII aD 4" Blk i immediately assumes n standing, on occur he blamed for desiring to retain It. On
Duwllnse abl ____ ___ __ 8 U It A Thomua ________. '
Catarrhal Conditions 8 --- -- ___ 200 430 the
Thin standing Tn the of other hand
2 A In NW ('o.r SE'' of SEij' the "xenority ro ter. event a reduction in force!, the railroads. can hard. 1
Catarrh !I. a local disease ready Influenced II 6 sear in SW Cor of NE'5of I I gives to such employe the right to the junior employesthose, with least 'Iy bo blamed' for winning to +
keep in '
by constitutional con.Iltlona 1C SEI4 .29 8 2Z It A Thrmca _____...__ 1)50 76nI.
therefore r.",iulr s constitutional treat ..... 8 4 11---------------+ 2>1 8 U M.... Loul. r'Alnw ______1200 U'I advance from night work to daylight seniority-are laid off first and those their control a most effective weapon t
et'.tke.HI: CATAKHH MtUIClNUlit ; ; a A nl SW lc.oW; of ''Z.J'J of BWy_( I'work;from the third shift to the first laid off are generally given preferencein to Insure the loyalty and faithfulness ,
Internally and acts through the I,.. Iota n. __-_--- _.2ft 4 2Z M" J It Wynn _?___u___ "on 1560 ;
Hlood upon the Mucous Surfaces of tho t.,, 8 C Blk t8 ode town __._____U 8 22 A .E' w.1- shift! or vice versa as the employes< reemployment In their seniority order of their .employes/ as. well ai deterrent '
pyntem. HALI/8'' CATARItH MCOICl.NK: Lo" II .. 1 Blk 1:1: ode town ____.24 8 U lit... Mory Weeks----- __ 1"00 1X00 a
give the patient strength by Improving Ista 13 14 IIlk U T.'mplre ad" ._.2N 8 U Ie A Wk. -___________?. 1600 choice dictates; or in the event that over individual who have hud no against hasty and ill considered
the general health and usilsts Nature la Lou 6 1 Blk 18 Tomplw add ---28 8 aa J C Willa -_____-120(1 1500 created in his and in
doing HI work. better positions are previous connection>> with the railroad. as the present case, disastrous> d ,
All DruewI.tL Circular. free. And In compliance with sold o..lIna"c.. 4h.. 5.J at s mo..un. to be helel lept. 5th. department, each Individual, accordingto I Seniority is necessarily based action. Tampa Time.
!-'. J. Cheney Co. ToMdo' Ohio. loll will hp.r reason from the armaid pr..y owners. If u.... be an. why the nlu.thnvon I upon .
a. ftx.d bp the board oh..n be .hanK.eI. hid numerical rating on the roster, unbroken !service When the employe

At.t C.I A. FLITCH Clerk, DoWITT C.Chairman JONEB 8oa.L has the right to elect to work in such I, leaven! the service, his. seniority ceases Subscribe for the Telegraph./ i a

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;ii -- :Mrs M. E. Manire and grandson Ii

tp r Veil Manire, were in Starko Saturday -


Rube. Rowe, who has been the gut't I [ New Store

Items I of the :Misses Maxwell, returned t tn I Hodges'

( [ County News ; her home. In Jacksonville!'! Sunday. I II I


\ C Gathered-'During- the Week b1P-OurRegular J, BROOK 1m Where Your Dollars Will

facts -
Interesting
i Corre pondeni Do Double Duty
I __ I IIrooker, Aug. 18.-The revival conducted SuitsMen's

....-J last week at the MissionaryBaptist I ...
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I I II : church closed Sunday night.
t r I : all wool Blue Good( ( Dress Ginghams, u full range
I I in and near Lake Butler last Wednesday HosieryLadies' !
less Inez Abernathy spent
I 1.\WTEY Serge Suits, Good of patterns and colors 20c

9 week. shopping in Alachua. Quality _nnn ]12'4c! 15c and -, and 1 Men's Cotton lose, \
of Drooker, was a ,
W. E. To- Kyle Chesucr, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone, P. A. Crosby Chambrays, good quality, 1 fp| staple weight, full seamless,
18. ;Mrs. to Lnwtey Friday. 15
AUK. visitor have
Lawtey, and Mrs. W. A. Crews, who $15 ,_ .______ C
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: role visited relatives in Baldwin on Mr. and !Mrs. R. M. Trncey were been ill\ for the past week with Influenza all colors, yd pair n.n

1'' ; Wednesday. viiiitors Macclenny: Sunday. are improving at this writing :Men's fine all wool Chambrays, better grade, 20c Men's Puncture Proof Hose, 25c

Charles Dinkins was a visitor to I Rev I. :M. Belt, of :Maeclenny, filled of Alachun, Blue Serge Suits. yard, 15e and --_. full, seamless, pair ----- II''
c A ; Miss Havana Cone,
Jacksonvllo Sunday.Dr his regular appointment at the :Methodist last week with Better Quality Curtain Scrims, j.t'omlqual. 1 fp) Men's Puncture Proof Hose,
Jew here 50c
"i spent a days ---- UUOCp
G. W. Brown"was a professional church Sunday morning and eve- relatives ity, yard mercerized, fine'qunlity __ ,

I visitor to Highland Wednesday, ning. Mnrquisettcs, good quality, Men's Puncture Proof, pure thread I'
d I Misses) Ethel and Thelma 1 Drawdy> F ev. F.. D. Boyer will hold a seriesof ''''. A. Crews spent Wednesday in $20 twu
double border Silk Hose, excellent quality,
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spending a few three special services at the Baptist Alachun. 75c
of Macclenny, are :Men's\ very fine all Lace Curtain Madras, extra quality pair ___nn_____ _
of ;Mr. and
days in Law toy 'It the home church on Thursday! Friday Mrs. R. E. Osteen and daughter,
I i nnd Mrs. J. W. Barber. Saturday evenings of this week. I Louise, of Plant City, are here on a wool Serge Suits!, with handsome till over tuuAmoskeag Ac lf* Ladies Silk Hosiery, all 50

visitor I fine weave! Excellent patterns, yd I real valm'RjOc'I't to ____ I''
ReC. J. Hummitt was a We had a regular heavy downpourof visit with relatives.Dr. .
o ___ __
r to Jacksonville Thursday rain in Lawtey and vicinity Saturday -I :Mann, of Lake Butler, was in quail y n ]Invincible Suiting, nicely -

Edgar( ; Alford of Jacksonville: spent I II afternoon and Monday our strawberry : town Wednesday afternoon. 22.50 finished, :32 inches wide, 25c Shoes

I Sunday in Lawtey with relatives and } growers had all the available. I IIrs. yard .
I I :\ Tillis and dauA'hterIinnie:

a E friends help busy taking up nnd setting out Lee, of Jacksonville, spent a few days I Men's and, YoungMen's Galatea/ Cloth, excellent for rompFriedmanShelby nil leather Sho

4 I Charlie and Int Wilkerson( of :\Iax-I plants here last week visiting relatives and Cnssimere ers and Children's Dresses, OCp Every pair guaranteed to be (with,
in Lawtey :Monday. W. E.-: Torodo yns a visitor to Jacksonville -
ville were _._
( I \ I friends Suits A good range yard, 15c and er, or your money refunded., ,
the
t Clyde Rowe was a visitor to Wednesday P. :M. Barefoot attended church at of colors, from__ -_ Fine Quality Shirting Cambrics, The prices! on these Shoe arc vci"

I'I > $ State Farm Sunday. I :Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and children will :Miller\ Sunday. small and, medium stripes. 25c 'low, considering the quality of rhShoes.
Is a Jacksonville this week, where :
Miss Claudia Terry spending move to 12.50 to $30 .
j' Fred and Lucian Hazen and Claude yard .
1 few weeks with relatives in Fort :Mr.\ Dinkins is employed.
1 ;j i I I Crosby spent Wednesday afternoon in
White.
g James IT. Moore: was a visitor to HAMPTON: Gainesville.Mr. Thanking in advance for your patronage -
I arid you
: andIrs.\ A. A. Hazen
Jacksonville Frl<.lIIY. -
David Durban and Robert :Moore Hampton, Aug. 18.-:Miss JenneattcDurtlcn daughter, Aleen, spent Friday over in I|' The One STARKE

s were visitors to the State Farm Sunday of Tampa, has been visiting) Gainesville. I C L HODGES
I FLORIDALAKE I II
Shaw of Worthington,
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and :Mrs. A. :Miss! Elina ( Price Store .
the week-end hero with hoiw-
? Miss Mozelle Browning is spending, A. Burden, recently. spent .'
yr
r' a few days in Maxvlle.r7. ) I E. V. Priest, of Green Cove Springs! folks.
Mrs. A. J. Pinholster has beer onthe
r7. Enoch GrilTis was a visitor to Hastings was it business visitor hero las tTues-
sick list for the past few days.J. I
and Bunnell Tuesday and Wed day. I ._ _. .
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W. Pinholster of LnCrosse, was -
nesday.Mr. I :Mrs, J. P. Sullivan left Monday for 1- -I 1
ti visitor here Sunday morning BUTLERLake IHCIILAND\ : Griflis. Misses\ Myrtle, Ella and \
and Mrs. Galloway and( children Theressn, where she will visit her son, a 1
L. P. Lyman, of Alachua, was attending (Tie Griflis and Carson Griflls nttcm
of Tennessee, are spending a Cleveland Sullivan. She will visit to business here Saturday.Mr. I Butler, Aug. 18-Ardell Draw I II Highland, Aug. 18--C. O. Guess and '1.services at the Oak Grove hurch

few days at the home of her parents, friends> at Lake Geneva and Melrose : and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster), attended ,dy I of Five Mile, was a business Visi'I'J. L. Briggs, of Jacksonville, were attending !'! Union county Saturday/

{ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins. of before her return. Miss Florrie Terry is in charge J. P. Summers. and( family left Monday
uuuuuuI J 1 the telephone central during the day j for their home at Lai-kins, after Claude Crosby spent Friday over in I revival meeting which was held I D. L. Rigby, of Starke, was a visitor Parker were visitors to Km

Gainesville. Rev. Doyle, of Tam here Wednesday, I ley lake Sunday
while :Miss Lizzie Byrd is takingt til I n wet-k's viF.iwith relatives and, for two weeks by '
j' two weeks vacation. friends! here.D. Lucian Hazen, who has been, attending I pa, closed. Sunday evening. The services | C. :M. Click, of Jacksonville, was n I

:Mrs. Grover: Wooten and children I W. Moore and wife, of Theresa, the normal in Gainesville, returned j were well attended and great ] :business visitor here Friday. 1 RAIFORD

,' were !guests last week 011\lr. and Mrs. were guests of !Mrs :Moore's parents, home Tuesday.Mr. interest was shown throughout: 2twere I :Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Miss Win -
: and Mrs. Jno. Surrency and into the Lake Baptist StarkeFriday' I i Limbaui,
W. C. Woolen. Mr. and Mrs. Davit! Jones. received I ifred Wimberly were vistors to Raiford, Aug. 18.-:Mr.

Charley Shaw, of linker county, was Dr. Biggs, of Starko, was n professional children, of Graham, spent Sunday ai church. Rev. Doyle) has been called | : of Starke, was a business Visitor

u visitor to Lawtey Saturday. visitor hero this week. the home. of R. T. Osteen! to the care of the church and we hope .' Ed Edwards, of Lnwtey, was the 1 town :Monday morning.

:Miss Annie Wiggins, of Jacksonville Master Leslie! Futch, who has been The revival meeting will ]begin! Monday to have him with us as pastor thu' guest of Max: Winiberly Tuesday anJ:: I, Miss Carrie McKay spent last. wi,,

Is upending a few days in Law visiting his grandparents, Mr. nnd night nt the Free Will Baptist I third Sunday September.Mr. Wednesday. end l in Jacksonville visiting relate

fey thin week at the home of her Mrs. Alderman, of Slnrke, has returned church and, will be conducted by Re\'. I Doyle, of Jacksonville, visited. I Roy Lord, of Jacksonville, spent I i I Brady Rosier, of Lake Butler

grandmother, Mrs. Louise Lowery. to his home here Parker, of Georgia Rev. Parker is. friends in Lake Butler Sunday.Mrs. several days here the guest of George 'a visitor in town Saturday.(

Curtis and Rniford Starling, from Harvey Green is the guest of his an able speaker and the public cordially I Ivn T. Sprinkle, :Mrs. W. C. I Parker last week 'I Leslie Whitten, of Georgia, a

Clay Hill, were' visitors to Lawtey on brother, M. J. Green; this week invited, to attend the services, Townsend, Susie Martha and John D.I J. F. Griffis and, George Parker were | visiting relatives here last week.

i Saturday. i :Mrs. G, W. (licks and, family are which. will\ continue through next; Alderman, Jr., Doris Averilt motored! visitors to Jacksonville Friday. i Dr. King, of Luke Butler, was-

George Roberts and sister, Mrs. W. moving to Slarko this week. week.T. to Salt Springs Monday. Lester Skipper, of Jacksonville, arrived visitor in ,
professional town
t.r visitor I to i i sevr(
B. Pinholster
was
H. :Miner, visited relatives in Baldwin I )Dr. Pinks, tif Storks, was a professional Lake Butler Monday morning.! :Mrs. W. :M. Johnston and daughter: I Friday for a visit with George times last week.

here this week. I PII rker.
Wednesday.Hev. visitor
Willie Mae returned home after n !
of Graham i
Truman Thomas and family Harley Moore was a business v-
i l.. I B) Buyer, of Jacksonville, Rev. Hayman, of Orange Heights, six weeks stay ut the Gainesville unl-I :M.[ S. Thornton, of Jacksonville, was
spent Sunday here with relative i i tor to Worthington Springs last Mo'< '
Id spending! her two weeks vacation i i-i : preached, at the Baptist church Sunday here Friday. .
'i versity.A. I
" .rl Lawtey at the home of her parents, '' morning and evening. !!. Farmers In this vicinity are quite day.

Rev. amt Mrs. E. D. Buyer.Mrs. I I' Mrs 'V.I'. Birt and children, ,of M. I' Matheny has purchased a I E. Proctor spent last Friday in busy since the !good rains we have I Several from here attended the i I'

t : Maggie Browning, of Woos Alachua county, were the guests ,of Sampson) tractor and will run his Jacksonville. I had setting strawberry plants. From nic at Worthington Springs Thui

,, lawn, was u visitor to Lawtey Satur her sisters, Misses' Mary and, Ada grist mill, planer and cotton gins withit I Misses Anna Belle Peeplcs and An. ,all indentions a large acreage will be day

clay Nimmo last Friday.Mr. besides, the other work necessary r.-a Howard, of- Miller, motored to' planted( around here. I H. W. Raiford was a visitor to hag

R. II. Mosoley was a visitor to Rui- Scott, one of the G. S. & 1 F. on his farm. jlnke Butler Sunday. j M. L. Crews, of Raiford, visited relatives Butler during last week.

ford Saturday. railway officials, is stopping, at the Misses Willie Mae and, Cantey Olli- 1 Mr. and, :Mrs J. M. Mann and son, here last week and part of this I' Miss Gertrude Anderson returnto

Harry and 1 Robert Taylor, of Clay; Haynes hotel this week. He is pm- yes, of Pine Hill, were visitors here i Howard) motored to Dukes Sunday af- week.R. her home hero Friday, after atten',

Hill, were visitors to Lawtey Satur '. ployed temporarily ns a car inspec-, Sunday.II. tl'l'noon. I Ij L. Crews spent the week-end at lag the summer school at Gain
Sunday
y Y. P. U. services for next
" day !| j Miss Christine Townsend and Viola Hampton with his family. ville.
conducted by
t i Bud Prescott and sons, Lonnie and ;| tor.The Christian Junior Endeavor: entertnincd evening will Clara be Cone leader i Davis left Saturday for Pensacola for Among the visitors to Starke Tuesday I Miss Georgia Epperson, of Lni
with us
Mt-lvin! of Highland, were visitors to ( at the Christian parsonage group one a visit with Mrs. Roger Collins. I were Mrs It C. Wimberly, :Miss\ I
I I1.IIWtI'Y | Come out and attend. Promptly at H Butler, was visiting friends in toy
5 Saturday I last Monday, evening in honor of their o'clock.' John Trvin) Dekle motored to Olus- :< Winifred. Wimb'erly, Roy Lord and i last week.

Blanchard Murrhee, of Tampa, visited \leader, Mrs W. H. Griffin. Max' Wimberly.
tee :Monday. j I :Mrs. Conner who has been visitiniI
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relatives near Lawtey last week Many interesting games were pkived Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lang and son
:Math Dukes, of Five Mile, wn a I Iliu
I her daughter Mrs. Marvin Pinholstcj
Hornce Norman came over from and refreshments were served nt HERE 'and Wm. Carter were visitors to Lawtey ,
ROSENBERG to Lake Butler one '
iness visitor
of St. Petersburg for month returned
,
j a
with) :Monday.
Jacksonville and spent Sunday the conclusion. Those present wore i I'
i
duy last week. I to her home here last week
one day
relatives) Misses[ Natalie Mareionny, Estelli'. Martin George Anderson, of Lawtey was n
airs J. C. Crews and son, .
t Miss! Ella Mae. Hdwards! left Sunday I Hobby, Cathl'l'ine'eest, Gladys andI Guilford motored to Lake Butler business. visitor here :Monday.Mr. I :Mr. Nabb, of Sapp was a visitor i

for her home !in Jacksonville, after I I I Gertrude Allgond Hilda< Durden, Muriel GOOD NEWS! of l!ridn)'. and l lIrs.: J. W. Griflia, J. F. town last week.

spending n few days in Lnwtey at the Johnson. Ada Thomas, Beulah Carl Brown, of Miller\ motored to i

home of her grandmother, Mrs. M. E. I I Wheeler, Emma. Johnson, Charley Lake Butler Monday.Gene .

Edwards I Johnson, Edwin Wheeler, John Hagan BIG SALE NOW ON Shatter, of Providence, motor- | -

Mrs. G. W. :Stokes'; spent a few days Herbert Pardon, Veil Manire, GordonWeest ) i
ed here Saturday.
with relatives in Jacksonville during and Leslie Futch. The party, who is teaching
Miss Russell Rivers,
1 last week. was chaperoned by Mrs J. H. Saxon, '\ weekend Time I
Mr. Rosenberg/ will he Intnrke:: school at Providence, spent the Hay
Rev. C. J. Hummitt preached at the Mrs. J. F. Johnson and :Miss EvaHodges.
Mr. and Mrs. ,
during/ the next few days personally! ,I with her parents, 'j
ti Saxton' Methodist church Sunday af A pleasant evening was re conducting one of the Largest Cut Frank Rivers.Clyde ,

r ternoon. Laurie Edward! accompanied ported. Price Sales in t the history of the coup Crews entertained a number' I

him. Mrs. Hester Griffin, Webster, i is the goods and boiling ,, i We Have
ty. Call and examine of his friends with a pinder
ti Miss Ollic Marr, of Maxville, was a visiting friends and relatives here this
stocks of goodshave home.
his
prices. Several large Tuesday evening at H
visitor to Lawtey Monday. week. Mrs. Griffin was formerly of been consolidated. in this.. bin sale Miss\ Thelma Blair visited relativesin I j !!!! ere DEERING and
Lizzie visitor to has friends here
Miss Byrd was a Hampton and many -all to be sacrificed at unheard-of Jacksonville last week. 1 :

Jacksonville Friday. who are glad to see her. prices.. Full lines of Clothing Shoes, M. M. Hale, of Little Springs! was !'
Miss Eldridge l Reddish and niece,, Mrs. :M. J. Prevatt Is the guest of Tues' McCORMICKMOWERS
and everything for the family. Big !greeting friends' in Lake Butler |
1 Velma and Paul, visited relatives in her son, V. R. Prevatt, of Jacksonville.
i iI
line of Fresh Groceries. '
'day. .
II
l the Watcronk section Friday.Dr. Mrs II. D May waa a visitor to f, '
I I Mr. and Mrs. Neta Cason and children ,
and Mrs K. L. Biggs i of Starke,, I
1 Theressa Tuesday. '
i
of her I II t
of Lake City, are guests ,
visited relatives In Lawtey Friday. M. J. Green was a business visitor COME :
I mother Mrs. D. E. Knight. i I
4 Mrs. David Durban and children,, to Green Cove Springs Monday.C. I|I :Mr. and, Mrs. Lonnie Driggers and, I I rand

David, Jr., Eva and Mildred, visited A. Purling' is a business, visitor attended ser -
children, of Providence, I
4 relatives in Williston Friday and Sat in Lake City this week. i
SAMPSON\ CITY vices here Sunday.
urday. Chesley Fogg, of Graham, was attending
I :Mrs. Moss Hewitt and daughter,
Gus Thomas was a visitor' to Rai- to business here Tuesday. -
Sampson City, Aug. 18.-Mrs. W. I In. Mabel, of Little Springs, spent several RAKESin
ford Monday. George F. Young, of Lawtey, was I I :1
: few Smith and little daughter, Oocha, days in town this week visiting rela- :
:Miss Joyce Terry is spending a looking after business interests here I I'
are visiting relatives in Jacksonville tlves.I ;
flays with relatives in Jacksonville this week. I .
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and sister l and I hasten this week.T. i|I tamp Andrews, of Raiford, motor- Stock /
Miss Elva Starling :Mr. Heiberger, of Brooklyn, .
k, Roy Norman and Warren Osteen, of attending to business here. C. Thomas of Palatka, came down Jed' to Lake Butler Monday. I I
with his moth. Jr. has been confin-
and spent Wednesday D. W. Borum, ,
Woodlawnv attended Grace church on Mrs. Owsley and daughter, Eloise,
this er-in-law, Mrs. Josie Hall. I ed to bed for several days but l is con-
Sunday morning of Thercssa, were shopping here
:'oIl'. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen spent Friday valescent.
J. T. Reddish and Truby Willis were week. I ''f Also Full Line of i
totown
motored
afternoon in Starke.A. Jim Browne, of Miller,
visitors to Jacksonville Monday. Mr. Rnulerson, of Waldo, was a

Jeff Grit l4, of Highland, was transacting business visitor here :Monday. B. Johns, of Gainesville was a Tuesday. Repairs for Same
business in Lawtey Monday. I visitor here Sunday. I I Willshire Brooks, of Providence, I

few days Bugger Jones and Joe Williams were motored to Lake Butler Tuesday

Albert Jennings spent a dr v. 1 t'staii'. ... cufll figs, visitors to Hampton Saturday. I :Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of Five Mile, visited ,
coast.
last week on tho east '
nwtoretvlutltvinc JIHT''IT by purUyttx and*' Mrs. W. S. Nabb is in Jacksonville! I relatives in Lake Butler Mon- DeWitt C.
Max Wimberly, of Highland, was n f rhlfQiii. blut>tl. Yu., aa swufesla.ir..n_ this week taking medical treatment. Jones i
visitor to Lawtey Sunday. .nLiil.. j3vUur: au" u' Prlun I-0 day. ,
Anderson of St. Petersburg -
Robert Dinkina wad a visitor! to Miss Marie ,

Starke Sunday. Only Ono .'B O. \O QUININE" who has been attending the Colds; Cause trip and Influenza STARKE, FLORIDA

Claude Thompson, of Jacksonville, cult for full osme.l.AXAvat normal at Gainesville, was here on LAXATIVE!:DROMO QUININE:TiblctJ remora the -J
visitor to Lawtey Sunday.W. To get JlNUMO the genuine Q01of: 11\1 R. Look for>lin| >lure olS. Tuesday enroute to Pine Hill, where .m.e. There It only one "3-nmti Quinine." __
was a W.OMOrti.: Cure Cold in Oue Dur. Stop she will visit relatives. C.W.GROVE'S: .I ..m'.no box. :IUD.a. '-'= ------c__ _
II. Burt was transacting busl- ; oyvtl std he.decae..u3 warp oil meld: 2SC ,

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