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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 25, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year,_$ .OO.,:_Six Months $1.00.: Payable- in -Advance- ; __-= E:S. Matthews, Editor and. Proprietor. 1 p

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VOLUME FORTY-FOUR,. STARKE. FLORIDA "'RIU.\Y'AUGl'ST, 21; 1922. -NUItBEIt NINE. t L,

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I DEATH OF J. S. DYAL SOUTHERN TRAINS RUN AS THIRTEEN YEAR OLD GIRL ISMARRIED : GANGED BY FOUR WIIITE1f: N

STREETS BEINGIMPROVED USUAL: ; GUARDSM1HDKAAVN; : BUILDING ACTIVITIES -

Friends throughout Bradford county !Salon Manager of Jacksonville Gall

and other parts of the state were Salisbury N. C., All troops have Macon Ga., Aug. 111;*.-Florence Company, Victim of Brutal Attack '

1 WITH saddened to hear of the death of JS.- been withdrawn from !guard duty in Bright, 13 years old, got tired of CONTINUE ii

Dyal which occurred August 17th i in. Spencer and Salisbury except ono school and, although she protested While fishing" from a pier at Camp

Jacksonville, at the home of his brother company which was kept in this city right up to the minister's front door Johnston late Tuesday, Robert F. -

POWER GRADER L. Dyal, 238 West Fourth St. andthe Southern railway trainmen; she didn't do a thing but get married Daugherty- 29, sales manager for the AT FULL BLAST t'"

Accompanied by brothers sisters who last night agreed not to move and today she is Mrs. Florence Bright Jacksonville Gas Company, was attacked 'f;;

and friends his body was taken from another train out of this terminal until Oliphant bride of Claude Oliphant, and badly beaten by four unidentified \ (
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R 1>. BOWER EMPLOYED BY Cm.I Jacksonville to Hampton and buriedat the National Guardsmen were re 10, who has a job at the Shofield IronWorks white men, who !fled after SI'ARKE CARPENTERS I AND OTHER
DADS TO GRADE AND ROLL Santa Fe cemetery on Friday the moved, having gone back to work to here. She told about how she the attack. WORKMEN ARE. KEPT

STREETS OF STARKER lath Inst. Rev. L. W. Kickliter of day about noon. All was quiet in this said "Yes" thus: The sales manager snid, last nighthe BUSY EVERY DAY +

Starke, conducted the funeral service Southern railway shop center tonight, "When Claude called me up and is unable to attribute any reason, '.

D. Bower has been engaged bj at the grave. The undertakers in and trains were in operation as us said to be ready I thought ho was ink for the assault.Accmnpanied. This past year has been marked for qt

the 'ity fathers to grade up sevt'ral'' charge were Moulton & Kyle of Jacksonville ual.The ing. Then he said he had the marriage by his wife and 7- much building activity in Starke and 4..
streets in the northern portion of and D. C. Jones of Starke. walkout of the big four brotherhoods license right in his pocket. I I yc-ur-olil George Allen Guerry, son of the builders are still kept busy :.

Starke. The work done so far is good, The pallbearers were W. W. Baisden and clerks inaugurated Mon told him we couldn't. I wasn't prepay I George Guerry a Florida Times-Union I}. Boree has a new bungalow well

at least considering the bad shape the : Oscar A. Andreu J. W. Andrews Jr., day night following the placing of ed to get married. He said ho had advertising solicitor Duugherty; under way It is located on Church "'

streets were in. After the "once over" W. M. Bryan, A. A. Durden and I.. A. five companies of troops on guard, already made the date with n preach was at the end of the dock when the street just past of the Presbyterianchurch

given them ,this time, the next working Wynn. duty on the property of the Southern) or. After he had made all the plnns fogf_men approached him. and fronting tho park. It will ibe i\1,

will make them as good as dirt'' Jackson S. Dyal was born in Bradford railway in Spencer, and two compa it did seem sorter mean not to go so While they were beating him they; a substantial structure of seven '

roads can be made. I county, May 17, 1865 and at the nies in Salisbury ended abruptly at when we got down town we caught a warned! Mrs. Duugherty not to give, r9oma, with all the modern improvements 11 r u

Mr. Bower has a Fordson tractor time of his death had reached the age noon today when the troops were with) street car and went out to the !preach an alarm or they would attack her. to be )had in Starke. ..'

that furnishes the draft!? power for, of 57 years and three months. When drawn by Col. Don Scott. at the re er's house. She .WIII: cursed! and the boy's life was Work on the Carter building, now. !j

the implements used in the street inv twenty years'' of age !he was married, quest of R. E. Simpson general man "Right up to his door I kept sayingto threatened.Dr. owned by Sam Himenberg' has !gone 1

provement. The first job is to looser to Miss Ida
the dirt by plowing to enable other two .sons were born, one of them request was made by Mr. Simpson immediately I'm not going to do it,' but after we medical attention to Daugherty at his bo done. Tho building has been completely -

implements to do more efficient work dying in infancy, the other one, Nathan after committees of the got there I didn't see any sense in going home last night declared, although the remodeled to serve the purposes

Two big plows were hitched behind Dyal, of Tampa survives his father. brotherhoods had waited upon him back so we were married." Rules manager's condition, Is not serious of the, lessee J. C. Robinson who 1I'

the tractor, and though the ground Mr. Dyal possessed a cheerful dis and requested that the guardsmen be "Did you want to /get married he is suffering from a broken rib will use It for an opera house' and

was packed and hard balks full ol position and was always generous to, removed saying that if they were asked a 12-year old former pliiymnte and lacerations about the body. moving: picture theatre. The north
he, the trainmen would im officers wall has been removed the buildIng t N
Bermuda grass were plentiful, the those in need. For many years withdrawn of the little girl. County investigating tinat and
plows went through without a stop was employed by the railroad company mediately return to work and promising "Of course" with a condescending tack up| to an early hour this morning; has been extended, the entire depth 1

Then a gang of disc harrowswas and was a member of the Broth that order would be maintained. smile, "You don't think I would have hud nut made an arrest. Dnugherty; of the lot, 105 feet. In the front will 'j h
page. Men. lie The committees sent to Mr. said he could the four he the box office and above it tho
used, which cut up the turf and erhood of Railway spent part were married if I hadn't wanted to, do identify men, projecting t
clods. The disc harrow does this tc of his life in Waldo and a number nf: Simpson after the live unions had held you?" and gave good! descriptions of them to, room. Tliun comes the auditorium

perfection but does not move the years in Memphis Tenn., During the, separate meetings beginning at 0:30: "Gee, what did your mother nay?" the authorities. lie also procured the, of large seating capacity The t,1 .

earth. An acme harrow would l have past few years he was employed ns this morning, and voted to make for asked the playmate."I automobile license number of the cltrthey stage: will be ample, both in area and f f'! .

been better as it fines the earth and night watchman in the ship yards of mal request upon the Southern officials didn't tell her. Cluudu did thnt. drove off in. height, for the presentation of plays y.' j'

at the 'same time moves it forward, Jacksonville.lIe for the withdrawal of the troops.At lie called her up. She was awful mud I The men, Dougherty told tho county while tho screen for moving picture .1 '

rutting down high places and fillingup leaves to mourn his loss his son., noon the troops were withdrawnto 'and said she was coming right after officials were apparently under the influence presentation will bo of the latest pat

low Then! the old county; Nathan:: Dyal of Tampa; four brothers, their camp three miles from Spencer me and said she was going- to have : of liquor. lie said, ho saw a. tern. Much of the wiring. for the auditorium f' r
ones. namely G. W. and J. P. Dyal, of Tampa and the trainmen. resumed their) the marriage annulled but she didn't gallon jug partly filled with "whine.. : fixtures and funs has alrea y" I 4
grader had its draft gear changed by; "
Mr. to suit the Fordson. Jt ; A. G. and L. Dyal of Jacksonville; posts. come after me. Claude told her it : Two of the men were armed with pistols been done and no expense has been t.

did good Colley work but the "once over" four sisters, Mrs. II. P. Holbein! of During the twelve hours from last wouldn't do her any /good u yway)because and. they used the, butts of the spared to make It AS perfect/' as possi I" .,
washed Gainesville; Mrs. G. N. Vnmandinir-: midnight no freight trains had been we were already married revolvers in striking hfm on the head,
not sufficient some por ble.The
wa tions of the street on-two or even three, ham and Mrs. W. J. Griffin of Jack sent out and no work had been done on "What did your father say?" When they approached him Dnugherty former Tlson( livery building on +' t

times would have been better, but Mr. sonville; Mrs. O. J. Griffin of Starke. the yards. Meanwhile numbers of the "lie's in Florida. I suppose! he'll said, one of them linked, If he was Cull street, now owned by S. R. Johns, '

(Bower had his orders from Many beautiful flowers were sent by freight trains which had been side be mighty mad too, but I'm not afraidof a Jew. Iteforo he could answer one is being! remodeled., An office is being
the probably committee.T relatives ..and) friends from Jacksonville tracked along the lines leading into him." of them struck him In the face Other built the stalls rearranged, a feed
street Tampa Hampton and Starke. Spencer last night following the walkout Florence said neither the license blows felled! the sales manager and room provided! and. tho old! plank floor

fourth process was the rolling:. Among those attending the funeral of the trainmen were held out on l clerk who sold I the marriage licensenor while lying on the dock bleeding! from! taken up and replaced with ono of

:'otr.olley( was again called upon to from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. L the lines and not allowed to proceed to i the minister who performed tho ruts about his face two of the{ men concrete i ti

change the draft gear of the county I Pyal I, Mr. and Mts. A. G. Dyal, Mrs the terminal. Passenger trains, however I (ceremony asked the ages of the principals. kicked him in the abdomen.Daugherty I). C. Jozies'' storage house in the t
road roller to conform with that of the Alva Abernathy and son, Eugene: of were moved through but coast is well known in Jack rear of hilt bottling works will soon lie

tractor. This rc'ltr is very heavy nrd 1 Jacksonville; Nathan Dyal, Mr. and erably delayed company officials Including 1 Florence blamed the sudden climax sonville and Hold lust night that ho did completed.! The bottling' works buildIng s

dragging it over the deeply loosened Mrs. J. P. Dyaliof Tampa; !Mr. and officials at the shops taking in her romance to her mother's desire not enemies and was at loss'or ,. now has a concrete floor and the, .

earth proved heavy work for the trac Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville.r the places of trainmen. Crews also I to keep her in school. She was about a move for being attacked lid front has been remodeled,

tor,, as the flanges of tho driving! : -r- H I II were called from Winston Salem 1 ready for high school, ho said and believes he was mistaken for another \Max Klostrrman has finished thu

wheels did not reach down to firm STRIKE SITUATION Greensboro, Charlotte and other I her mother was talking about sending man. Thu! men were ,dressed in over- outbuilding! In HIM courthouse yard It ,

ground But the rolling was done and I points it was! announced. I her away to school. alls. in it good-looking structure that servos! .
done well and the streets worked over All Efforts told the him almost unconscious\ ;..
Government Has Failed In General Manager Simpson "And I just couldn't) stand it one Leaving on its purpose. It contains an ample '
are in better condition than ever be at Mediation brotherhood representatives that he II speck," she said. the pier the four men walked to their wood Plied, garage, chicken house and N tt

fore. There are some quicksand pock- I would reduce th
eta. where the soil has sunk and some With the stri-r350OOO; railroad guards about the company's propertyat way, and disappeared. It was some 'painted. Deputy W. W. Baladnn, who
RATS RULE MINING TOWNThoiiHiinds
washed portions that need more filling I "hop men blowing hot and cold by Spencer, and was promised that the time afterward before! deputies begun I In, nlxo the jailor cult now huvo hU desire 4'

but the ditchers can attend to I turns during the week, the government number of pickets on duty would be I their investigation of the attack. fuliilled, that of having they prrm-
Leave Idle Pits. and Swarm
that when they clean out the gutters suspending attempts at mediation curtailed materially. ; Food see neatly kept, which was not possible f
Thru Streets Seeking
at the sides. I I la! evidently leaving the strike The striking shopmen are said to OFF ON VACATION before tho building mentioned

Once or twice before streets have I differences to the railroad] executives! have joined the brotherhoods in definite came Into existence, ,
beenworked by road machinery in and the labor lenders for direct ndjustment promise to the company's officialsto Twenty-five or thirty thousand ruts Dr. J. J. Bullen pastor of the UnpUst Besides the works mentioned, minor 1

Starke, but the result was unsatisfac if such a thing is possible.The maintain order if the troops were are holding full ism away in the streets Creek of church, with his wife left Starke repairs and painting in going! on all '

tory and the cost too great. The long I one big question of seniority withdrawn, and are said to have assumed mining towns Georges' rodents Wednesday for Philadelphia nnd'othorpoints / over town. Let the good! work conlinue. '
The
string of six big mulesrequired for rights still looms as the only difference full responsibility for any disorders district of Maryland. north. While In tho "City of .
have been driven from the idle mines
pulling the grader and the roller was I between the two warring factions that might occur. I Brotherly Love," Dr. Bullen will i
because of hunger and seeking-
are
I.B unwieldy to manage as log raft and it is proving a knotty puzzle In addition to the hundreds of thu preach !in a church of which he formerly SCHOOL OPENS SEPTEMBER:: ; 11 h.
food the of the homos in
and many places were not touched at to sol/e. The government failed, men In the brief walkout, traln'l in vicinity was the pastor. Dr. and Mrs. it

nil The Fordson can be turned and after "three weeks! ofl'fTort., and now clerks also were 1<1le.I towns.! I Bullen will include Washington, )). C., Tho 1022-23 tern of Bradford Highv ;1
mine .
fierce big
The rats some as as
backed almost as easily as a wheelbar- I I' tho-chiefs of the "big four'! brotherhoods I The military company remalnl accustomed to eat in' their itinerary and while there ho : School will open oil Monday,' Sept. 4th.

r.iw and the plows can be lifted and are attempting the thankless Salisbury is scattered, patrolling the 1 cats left ,from were the dinner pails of miners.scraps expects, to preach in a church with I U in expected; that Prof. S. S. DowlIng ; ,

dropped again in a moment, in order I task of mediation. I Southern passenger station, the post. The strike has shut off this means oflying I which he was formerly Identified the prlnvipnl will arrive In a few
nut U pull up water pipes, culverts or I Both Sides Have Refused office square and other points. and result the rats havo It; U their intention to bring back days from Peabody! College, Nashville 'I ,
bridge No time is lost in mending : When President larding suggested I A public meeting at the court house as and a tho with them Mrs Bullen's parents who Term., where hu has been attending
mines overrunning
left the
and adjusting.. harness and only one i' a t compromise in the strike situationby here tonight was addressed. briefly byJ. towns Shooting are rats has becomo a will spend the winter with them In summer school. The, other membersof '

or two men are required. This makes having the shopmen! return to work f. M. Ellis, president of the state federation ; SUrke. thu faculty are all residents of
street! grading comparatively cheapen with seniority rights: unimpaired and of labor, who is one of tho pastime for idle.,men. During the pastor's absence the ser Stnrko and will bo on hand for thu '

cheap that the town can afford to permitting the railroad labor board to strike leaders. He counselled all to TIIERESSA vices in the Baptist church will continue opening day. l 1 f

have it done at least once a year. The I settle all other points at issue the keep calm and quiet !and within the as before. Tho many friends Miss Jeannette Matthews! for several i,, ,'
work done by Mr. Bower was the first suggestion was rejected by the railroad law. here of Dr. and. Mrs. Bullen wish' for terms the Instructor \\f\ English: 5

of the kind he had tried; the longer he executives, who declared that Theresa, Aug. 25.-Mrs. Henry them a pleasant vacation. un.! history, will not teach this term, l

works at it the more proficient he will they were firm in their announced In- TWO DEAD .'ItOWRECK: CAUSED : .. Koon and son, Eugene and niece and and at a meeting of the trustees. hold
become. ion that the strikers must come backto BY REMOVAL: OF S1MKES? nephew of I'unta Gordii arrived here ;CANDIDATES FOR CITY OFFICES Friday September 18th!! Miss Florence
thus sacrificing Tuesday for a Visit with her parents, QUALIFY FOR ELECTION '
employee,
work as new Matthews wan elected as one of ,
ZIFF all seniority rights. Express Train, Enroute .'rol1New Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Padgett. the high school instructors I Mr. Dowl- '
countered with E. C. Wynn and granddaughter, At a meeting of the city council held .
Overturns try
When the president York, to Chicago Mr*. George C. White and Miss
ZifT Aug. 2Mrs.. Lomle Rey the proposition that the strikers betaken I Stella Clovrrsettle, of Gremlin visited Wednesday! night, petitions were received Matthew ng will constitute the teaching

nolds of Graham, spent the weekend back with temporary restoration -, Chicago, August 20.-The wrecking! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cluversettle requesting! the following name force in the high school grades.
here with her parents Mr. and Mrs.J. of seniority rights, the railroad of express train No. 89 enroute from Saturday and Sunday. to be placed on the official! ballot tobe -

B. Thomas.Mr. labor board to make a final decision on New York to Chicago and the loss of Messrs. T. B. Triest, Sidney Trlest voted for at the general city election KOADS

and Mrs. Dewey Starling, of permanent rights the majority of the two lives near Gary, Ind., early this and E. S. Sibley motored to Starke tu be held September. 12, 1922! : OUR ,
but only after morning resulted from a literal removal Tuesday.Mrs. For Mayor:
C witer Pond spent Saturday and Sun- railroad heads acquiesced, The roads of Bradford county need
dcy the guests''of their aunt Mrs. S. a bitter fight with the minority.The of 27 spikes from one of the C. M. Humphrey and children, C. L. Peek. Several ol them are slated 4i'
striking shopmen, however, flatly rails of the Michigan Central railway, Edward and Margaret, returned' to For Aldermen: e attention. the
L. Prescott. by and by, but In
and rejected this proposal, holding out for officials announced tonight. A $1.000reward their home here Tuesday, after visit- J. W. Andrews, Jr., J. F. Colley.T. for Improvement used and
be
Padgett have to
James
and Mrs.
Mr. meantime they
return of all seniority was offered for the"arrest of inl&'INome time in West Florida.. J. Griffin, D. C. Jones.
this the complete
list at reasonable repair.
.children are on the sick .... those responsible. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Moorer and little J. C. Robinson J. W. White. should be kept In this' a

writing.Mr. __ and rights.New Attempt at Mediation The wreck took place about a mile daughter, Lynell, attended, preaching For Clerk, Treasurer and Tax Collector Since the advent') of the tractor '
and expeditlously. -
: and Mrs. R. B. Thomas be done cheaply
Thus the situation stood when the east of Gary at 2:10; this morning,,, at Lake Geneva Sunday.A. : work can :
'IIaxel spent the week-end If the roads be given a !good
I 4 daughter, leaders of the "big four" brotherhoods'under while the train carrying no passengers L, Bennett, E. S. Sibley and C. A. Futch. : water
mother
of her tho rain
Gainesville the
at guests tho grader
E. traveling at more than 50 thur Moorer motored to Putnam crown by
the leadership of L. was Ar-I For Tax Assessor: ditch.
Mrs. Howard. ... down the sides into the
( children Sheppard of the Order of Railway miles an hour. When the heavy engine Tuesday C A. Knight, N. D. Wainwright.For will run the
Mills and them
Tom given
Mr. and Mrs. I U
If crown !
no
Conductors and Warren S. Stone, struck the rail from which the Misa! Ida Hagan Eloise. Marshal: / es.
F. W. Reynolds, I the slopes in the
:Mr. and Mrs. along
will
grand chief of the Brotherhood of Locomotive spikes had been removed it plunged Gertie Swindel, Nealle Youngblood, Silas Kite. water run and r) '
and Alva ; truck
f of Graham Misses Rhoda made, by auto
Engineers offered their good along on the ties for some distance Willis flwlndel, Arthur Moorer, Charlie -; deep ruts of \
and Mrs. the center
Thomas guests of Mr. ditch in
out
were wash a
offices to bring the warring factions and then turned completely oveY. The Owsley and Claude May were visitors : METHODIST soon
.. R. P. Lewis Sunday. rood. In !level places the, water
: tho
together. These union leaders it is two engine men were dead when. removed to Lake Geneva Sunday. : Is
a
there
f 'I -CARD OF THANKS announced are working on the acceptance from the wreckage. Sam Swindel of Theressa and Miss :' Come out to Sunday school next will stand, and wherever and such are plentiful s

by the majority of the railroad An investigation by Martin Quinn,, Bessie Harris, of Lake Geneva were Sunday 10 a. m. quicksand pocket the soil will ;
the roads-
deaire to most sincerely thank the beads of President' Harding' latest special agent of the railroad, revealed quietly married Sunday in the schoolhouse Preaching both morning and evening all along hole. CrownIng
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,, Starke and Hampton who suggestion-that of the'return of the that while the roadbed had been where a large crowd of relatives I next Sunday at the regular hours sink and leave a boggy at least .

friends of and sent flowers for men while the railroad labor board decides ground into an unrecognisable/: mass and friends had gathered for the I The pastor preaches In the mornmg, and rolling the needed roads,the most, t p
/ offered their cars work 1 i.
such
J. S. Dyal. alt questions at Issue-evidently from the spot where the train left wedding. Rev. R. O. Stull, of Melrose,' having a* hU subject, "Our' Duty toOur where thoroughfares
brother, the
the funeral of my while will keep
Every kindness was. deeply appreciated intent on having the striking shopmen the rails enough remained at the place performed the ceremony. Their many. ) Children. Mrs. Wood will. preachIn once, in a in reasonable, good condition -
where the engine had been thrown to friends wish them success and happiness .: the evening./
) by his relatives. announced Come. All are welcome. at all times.
MRS. O. J. GRIFFIN. furnish evidence of the i cause. through life. ,

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: .: ""I At Last Starke is to Know the Thrill of the Greatest Sale Ever Attempted


O l"i"lHi f\Cl Worth of Staple Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Ladies' I

$o3J jJJJJy Reads-to-weer, Notions, Etc. Biggest,Broadest,Most Economical I

'' '' Selling Event Ever Staged. A bargain event, created for you .like. a Kansas cyclone--a thrill a second

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b Griffin & Johns Sold Out, Lock, Stock and Barrel


L E "' We were the lucky fellows to get a hold of the best stock of merchandise in this section. Prices will be slaughtered

'' ? A VITAL REMINDER TO YOU. This is no ordinary Clearing, Cash Raising, or Less Than Cost Sale, such as you

have often read about, offering only broken lots and odds and ends, etc. This is purely" a business proposition.

.;. We are going to close out the entire stock within 15 DAYS, NOTHING IN RESERVE. This is a chance of a lifetime -

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1 ,I 1O.000Yar SOIFlNE- Fri 25 Wanted
. ? Sale Opens' August

French Ginghams ,

Worth 50c, per yard At 9 A. M. Sharp, Rain or Shine. Stop. Look, for the Big Signs Griffin & Johns Store 25 Sales People

Owing to the Enormous Amount of Stock, we are able to quote prices on only a small portion of it. Thousands of
lOc articles!! not advertised will be on sale. In order to get an idea of t Wonderful Bargains we are offering,you will have Must t be
.' f to pay us a visit. No disappointment awaits you here. Every article is a true value. Glance over the sheet, figure out Experienceds
how much Merchandise you can buy at these ridiculously low figures.


_ EXTRA! 36 in. White Wool Serge, $1.50( Ladies' Huts, One-Half Price I Ladies' Hose, pair I. Men's Serge Suits o
G.I Men's Heavy Work Shirts, $I.';7; Value, yard go
ti Men's Sox Supporters 35c Value I 9 as $13.95
F w c Value 69 as 19 as I i ;= ,
49 asMen's
N C'-2 ; Cretonne, yard I Ladies Fine Wool Skirts2 Price ?
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:; E--e Lawns,Batiste,Voile Crepe,etc. ;
Boys Shoes, from 12 CT'S Men's Collars-Our Entire Line:
4 up
uM Army Shoes$7 Value pair ;
M x $3.49 39 as $1.98 is 1 as oo g.
ffi """'" Bed Ticking! yard I

Men's Fine Serge Suits. $10.00' Silk Petticoats, up from Men's. $1.50 Value 15 CTS t Women's Shoes o c
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A Value, Up from $1.98 u"9s as I $1':98" a

$19.95 _! Ladies' Silk Waists, up fromLadies' Sa
L (I.Vh.t e Skirts, up from I 1 Men's Fine Hats up from
All Silk hose $1 Value $2.98 i I
'; 1 w! Carhart Overalls, Best Made, 98 as 39 as l I 98 asLadies'
.S $2.50 Value pair I I
_____ I 1 Boys' Union Suits --
$1 1.69 Suit Cases, up from I ; Low ,High Cut$8,13(1 Shoes ::::
1 36 in Percale yard 44 as Newest Last, (( gLf'
$1.69 ...CIO
> '"':) Men's Work Shoes 16 as $4 95 00 dL
Full Line of Ladies' Fall and .
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j _: $1.98 36 in All Wool Serge All Colors 7H 7TJ T TITT I i Winter Coats, '/$ )Price -- :;:
-- Fine Dress Ginghams 3jc; Value I Ladies handkerchiefsrJ
t 98 as Trunk!'! $29.00 Value 00
0 g 36 inch Taffeta, all Colors, yard 12 1 as $13.95 I 3 as

w ,$1 1 29 36 in. Pongee, All Silk yard -
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'to I Bungalow Aprons ,
Linen
Brown Dress
5ex 98 as I Thousand Yards of Fine Dress
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.... Sea; Island Sheeting 36 in. wide 98 as Goods Vt Price 39 CTS

x '- 9 as 10() in. Crepe de Chine, yard Men's and Bojs Caps 73c; Value
Brassieres, all Kinds: and Sizes
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$1.69Children's up from 25 as Outing i ie Flannel. Best Grade ;t.oI" a
S Best {'alicoes.ud 10 as
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7 as Sox, pair I Laces and Embroideries, yard wj ,l k kj
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15 as : Big Assortment Ladies Sweaters 3 as Ladies $7.00 Shoes) and Slippers( c.o:. 5;?= f.
: a OOS5Ladies' =
j : .I Men's Hose, pair I up from -- $2.98 .
9 as 'Fine I Dotted Swiss, 3J( in, $1.00 98 Men's Belts ;
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19 as House Slippers, All ColCh
Values g
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.rIJ Ladies' Silk Hose $::1 Value, pair 39 as Lot Ladies Underwear '/i price ors
[ Men's Handkerchiefs 15c; Value Men's Silk Shirts, $8.00 Value 98 as
_ r $1.69 ,
: Curtain Scrim! 10 as 8 as $3.98 Men's Elk Shoes, Solid Leather
Lot of Ribbons-Reduced )Price ,
$5.00; Value Sale Price -
r Wonderful Values Crochet Cotton All Colors, ball Lot Fine Tissues sold at 75c for
Men's''Rain i Coats Middy Blouses $2.69
1. $3.98 98 as 10"S 39 as _
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w I t Lot of Chlldren's Shot, worth Ladies' Pongee Waists, $2 Value Bargains, up from 0
:Icxa .'. Large Size' double the price, pair
5E3CA "ces$2:61toovn'.i$ : 15 ir' 69 CTS 98 as $4.95 Q i

Big Lot Crepe de Chine, Pussy Lot Men's English and Blucher CA wAll
(Colors in 36 in. FIRe OrlanJ1I He4 All Wool Blue Serge 1\lid. glen Halbriggan Shirts and Willow,Georgette Taffeta China Oxfords in all desirable leathers :ti:
4, "an dy up from dy Suits $15.00 Value Drawers Silks up from -A real value at $10.00-now

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U'... ,.>.Wmlnmmm,_" ------[n."nfnm'nm'n"n.-.----- ........."..................n. r4 Baking Powder that Gives
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,<- purchases of extensive :farm weighing three pounds and three ounces r ei

oL'rties in Flagler county arrived taken from a seedling tree on the I
Dushnoll for the purpose of comftting place of C. B. Treadway, on Lake Eus-i They are the Best Service in Your Kitchen Y

arrangements for housing men tis, adjoining Tavares.
I ; The tree i il ,
t, machinery for clearing and Im- just coming into bearing and is heavily i 'I'1 1',

ping. their lands. laden with fruit. GOOD10 ?I I
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meeting: of striking employes of Blueberry culture gives promise of ,

Miami Florida East! Coast shops, being one of tho best paying industries CLU11JET
which 300 strikers and citizens had started in the vicinity of Armla/ Buy this Cigarette and Save Money

limed was called olT when it was in Walton county, in a long time and

nounced that poor train service had ninny hundreds- of quart which have
anted scheduled speakers :from been marketed from the older Lushes I log out every department in the city '
because that box is in the downtown I IWOMAN'S
hing Miami. have !given an insight to the farmers The Economy BAKING POWDER H
congested area. The lives of not only
just what a possibility there is for I'
the (lire fighting forces but automo-
Hit' movement of fall Irish potato such a crop. The supply was not near b
-' from Hastings has begun and equal to the demand, and withlit the I bilistx and pedestrians were endangered vy
: in answering the cull because of
.intents are going out every day. next ;year or more the cash crop will GUARANTEES
the sleekness of the streets making a
sure handling of the heavy machines
mil$ Is left over from the spring
impossible. Fortunately, no injuriesnor Pure and Wholesome Foods
laved by the farmer cither to U' E. Morrison a rose culturist of t
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damage resulted from the
ii feed to cattle East Norwalk. Conn., and J. II. Blye, answering ty
of the :faille alarm j
a retired manufacturer, of Philadelphia SL .-e-' i I

nui nvocadoes thrive on the Poll both now residents of Tavares, 26 1 h
John Baldwin, a fruit and vegetable
>nty ridgo soil as well as citrus have purchased the Brosvnson prop-
c' teems amply proven! by the huge'xlling I erty Astatulu, consisting of 150 grower who lived near Larkin died iiin No Failures ., No Waste:

on the Donaldnon] grove on I Iin acres of muck and hammock land anti !Miami hospital from a ,gun: shot P
lake which has 1,000 nvocadoes j will establish a fernery and also cul- {vound inflicted by Mrs\ Gettes Moon, .c. t

ripening and, weighing fully a tivate dahlias, tubers roses and such wife( of another Larkin grower. The

md, apiece. They will bo picked' flowers! ", as the Enlstern trade demand> shooting! occurred at the Moon home, t
nir September and October. ; and the trade that Mr. Morrison has j wh'raIrR.! Moon[ declares Baldwin When a "Big and Cheap" ..i The moderate cost of ''th "i /

I been serving for years. had made improper advances to her. can of baking powder is Calumet combined with
'hi, scenery effacing sign boards on '! I Baldwin was -l"i years old; Mrs. !Moon

'ablo] Coach highway must go orI I W. J. Sharpton lost an arm through is 10. "I hot John Baldwin] to protest offered you-LOOK OUT. ((1 LuH ISr the highest merit estab }r,

novel l 50 feet from the road, the I n )peculiar accident ]last week. Ho I my honor," !Mrs. Moon[ told ,deputies ...,.". r lishes the greatest of \
when they went to arrest her,
vnl county commission! has decreed'ts was engaged I ir. sawing logs at Hock
Bluff when the jammed in the tree "She shot me because she thought I ; bakingpowdereconomy.You
beautifieation mood. The comi saw Every of Calumet is fJ1Ij .
can !
told her husband
we had intimate relations :
i anion intends to make the road Procuring on axe, he started to release -
,thing to the eye, even the "pcr- ] the saw when the head of the !!'," Baldwin declared as he hovered same-keeping Quality !4 Ah IiG'oW pEl E
olF and struck him the near death in tho hospital! but
ment wave" in the road Itself is go- axe clime on
I I a"11just below the elbow, almost severing ; instating to County Snlicitor Pine who Perfect last spoon UM!ir. You savo when you buy it:: ,,

the 'arm from the body. lIe sought/ a dying statement, that ho ful good as the first. BEST-DY You save when you use it. i?
\ material, increase in shipping out blqd copiously !before> arriving at the would live. TESTGreatest
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Miami to the Bahama island dur- hospital] at Quincy, where it was found,
z the next few years is seen by mlnI I necessary: to amputate the arm. We hear strange stories bf a hobo The World's Baking Powder

the business as a result of fairly 1' I mule rambling around Hastings/ u
dhe"ic reports that wealthy n.Amorin .___- .' An adverse current in the St. Johns king for mind-outs and refusing! to be ------ -- ...---

., $ lire at present interested in pur- river threw' the four-masted: : schooner I bossed by even a nigger. lIe rambles A : OACK I i to \l U..IJI'JoItOEH) : :: : INO Worms HI a Healthy Child '

nasing small islands throughout the Dorothy L. Brinkham, out of Baltimore -, into a bninyard of his choice and will I. All children tnnihlml with Worm have an us.huhhycuhuwhkhlndlretarporhluudsodua-
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ihnmas for their personal use and against one of the piers ask! for a bale of hay, some sweet feedor .The following; from tin IMariimim; role lucre I I. more or. lea BtumAoh' Ulitturhnnn" ;
,mtrol. porting the bridge between JuckllOn-1 few bushels] of corn, for she leel119to i The Advlca: of This StarUe Woman Times-Courier(, U not reprinti-d by us lI ville and South Jacksonville The jib have a good working! appetite; but because it t Is poetry, for it in: not. Tlut fur IwoCIf lhrt>4 weeks will ear ch the bltuxl.lmi .
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Is of G.eat Value.Many ,>rnva thedldcetlnnsad< ai-t a*a a.ioomistrendrhratllg I l -
(JOBS of .two fingers and a thumb of the sail! was,, completely carried if no one is around! he helps himselfto its rhylm /fits what It purports to dc-! T'ml.'tn' ii lie, whula. lymnni. Nature will llii'OllimwolTiirilliilirl 1
wan suffered by Paul Brenncn Qf Tarn away and a huge hole torn in the Bileof tidbits and passes on. Hut you ore a woman n buck bait in.uiy scribe), remarkably well it IK not hard .I Pluaeruttaa the warn.., ill...the 7Bu Chad purbuulnDeWTIT will ustavurlmhe."h.

1-1. Tuesday! afternoon when u lighted the schooner. The Brinkham was cautioned not to ask this mule to haul aches and pniuK.OftUmi to Imagine its!! writer, Inditing. tho ---- .- ------
in from Jacksonville to Falatka. do of work '*! 'tin the IclitaoyH'< fault. by the roadside! whilo sitting\ on
igarette he held] in his hand came enroute anything or any manner ,, opus : I rifJUKKH: SHOW() MARKED ? 1.Arrests
intact with a shotgun cartridge he None of the crew was injured and she for his handout, for he will ]kick not Tliui'B wh., ;IODU'SIdtt\ y tills 1Many his overturned car, and still feeling : I'lUXilMCSS; : I FOR PROIUIUTION
us holding in his fingers. The ex- was immediately towed to drydocks", /figuratively speaking but literally, yes are so enVcino( the swaying! of the body after a huhfyyJourney.
.' know \thin.Komi F
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lemon tore away the fingers in ,s.uch''' for repairs before proceeding on her kick, and if reports lire true about whit II.u!!.vmusl linn to nay about It: .-Ed.) I for drunkenness In Bimton, I

manner that they could not be saved ', voyage. that kick of hers, we thereby got the Mr*. Si a- I-..t", Cherry St.: miys.'I Recording' to a Hlntcmont recently
had to be made. sneaking notion that who is the reason "' Now wo are not sut-h a good driver i
lid amputation wan all tau down and gulTf .I mndu bv Ciiptuiir Charles 1' Reunion. '
I i: A harmless: looking\ wooden box, you have not Keen "Maud": in thq from klilin,' i .'. 1/1" 1 c-oulrtn't get And we have never boon accused, of : of the I tun ton (police dcpiirtmont's" ( vivo r I .

Moore Haven's town assessor listed which might have served as a coffin Sunday, papers any more-she is out. up or donut viilu( it help l b, curse of such sound. have di'i'rouxvd! fi"i; per cent inthu I '
-er a m/Hion)/ dollars worth of property for'U giant, was picked out from a'' the mlll"J'1"; i rr.: ,,''i (lie ,small of >>)) nut we know just a lot of people" two dry years, Ul0-2l! : as against u
in that young town, and only ten mass of freight on the Clyde ]line In order to accommodate students back. I ci'itumU' wan In n bad con That haven't us bent very much. the six wet yours, ID12-1H. Co-opc- ,

tars ago the happy little fishes of wharf at Jacksonville by George E.' enroute tu the State College for Women dition. lilt knliicjx" nc act too freely rutjon) between at ate ami fedorul'. olTIcc \- 1
.,ake Okcechobee played their inno- Guy, Assistant/ prohibition officer director which opens its fall term in TallnhuHce and I mi'K'iid' ,, wont J lornblo. pains In Wo usually drive like the dickens >ri>, growing sentiment favorable

nt pranks among the water lily pads for Florida, and Chief Deputy Wednesday, September 13, tho loan's' buck KUIiiiI'l.lit IIi' in.'"[ li.< ml.ana I thiei-lieaid/ boxes about And have no respect for ft bump; to prohibition, and, realization on the
where the postoffice now stands, and Edwards of the sheriff's office, broken extra equipment hall been ordered by Our Fort! can now climb a tree, dealer theirs
which I l b uxtu; 'tt Mltc.iell. DrugStore pnrt of the liquor that ; t
found to contain '130: quarts, the Seaboard Air Line for train No. And we're trying to teach It to Jump
Your years ago the past July the firstegular open and I g.iv<> tae wondoilul lellol' / U a loving fight, are bringing about
t train reached the town. of high; grade whiskey. A. L. Allen 39, leaving Jacksonville-at 5:15: p. m., I'rlco Ln ir, 111..11. (l. eels I Don't thi improved conditions, which urn t ,
federal prohibition enforcement oil and arriving in Tallahassee at 11:55p. simply ash lor a kidney n mcdy--got Now gather c lonely, dear people, : not confined to Ilonton but em. brace thos
N. Jowell, a Jacksonville garage operator cer, of Tampa, directed the raid. The I m., September 11 and 12th. Extra Ponr.'H 1,1101'1'v !l'lllH--lli"( Hiimn that And we'll loll you about our wreck; tit to.
essayed to wash his hands in box was cnrouto to Massachusetts and sleepers] will bo provided on these Mrs. Klto hud. gasoline while smoking a cigarette, ho bore the shipment address! of West trains and an extra couch will be provided Mfrs, I Hiilfiiln.i i\' V. 1'*01' us to ante up our check. I 1---;CRS, COWI'KAM! VKI.VETIIKANS : i

aid. The gasoline ignited and the Palm Beach. on train No. 37, leaving Jacksonville Mfl.LKT.' CRASH: SEED

explosion shot him through the rear I 1 at 0:05: a. m. and arriving in mediately after tho explosion which We have a new Linotype operator' SOltCHUMFor : i
'; wall of his place and set fire to the Allotment of $1,098.500! for river Tallahassee at 3:30 p. m., September awakened the sleeping men and people Who nerved. two yours in France; immediate ulilpim-nl.( All Bfnmm-

,j building for a loss estimated at $.">,000 and harbor work in Florida: for the 12. A through sleeper from Tampato of tho vicinity and caused. considerable le'd been!!! on the front line trenchesSo eLla. Field and Veicctnhle' g't/It.l Write
(In addition three machines undergoing fiscal year of 1023 has been announced Tallahassee1 also has been arranged / excitement in that section :for he didn't mind taking a chance. fur Trice Mitt and Catalogue.: Ourhruutiful i41

repairs were badly damaged. in Washin ton. A total allotment of) leaving[ Tampa on train No. 2, Sep- a short while. Only one stick of the and iiiMtriiclivo f catalogue It .

I I $3;>,1500,000 was made from the fund tember 10 and,I out of Jacksonville on explosive went off. It was situated We had n nice little .outlng I fro(' and! fives raluaMe, Information fin +
train loaded with Penaao by congress for this train No. 37, the morning of September "' y
An entire appropriated about 10 feet from the cars and tore And filled. our lungs: with fresh air? farming and gardening for Florida" 1
:o> staves went from Pensacola during work in the United States. Among,I ll.Car. a small sized hold in the ground.! The Out when we came to Thomus" Mill and the !South.'! Write. to un tml.iy for

I't) the past week, being shipped by the projects in Florida $530,000:: was remaining three deadly missiles were We got u terrible score. Hprcliil prices on jour ,need requiromcnlM. 4
' the manufacturers, the Pensacola granted for the St. Johns river and owners will he. Interested in found at the edge of tho boiler room.It Our complete stork will enable

Cooperage Company. Tho staves are $250,000 for harbor improvements In the automobile burglar alarm of May| Is", said that if these had exploded, im to supply| you tit ndvanlnge in price
the oak variety and are for the South Tampa bay and the Hillsborough: riv or W. F.. Lee, of Plant City lie huj that considerable damage would have ft had been raining slightly, and quality

American trade. The Mobile firm er. Other funds were Kissimmee) not intimated whether or not ho Intends reunited, n* the explosion would no And tho ronds were wet and slick; K. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY r'

making the purchasfo did so after in- '(i I I river, $10,000; Caloosahatchce river, having it patented. Mr. [Ale doubt have wrecked the sleeping cars. So we were running slowly sick. Oldest and l.urgeHt. iSerd HOIIKM, in .'1.. "
of staves offend i harbor and Boca awakened Now that's what makes us M
veatigating the quality $25,500; Clearwater and] some of his neighbors were 202-200 K.' Hay St., Jacksonville Fla..
at other points. I I Ceiga bay $14,000 and removing hyacinths ] about 1 o'clock Friday morning! SALIVATES
CALOMEL .
1 Somehow tho front wheels left the rut ,
in Florida $10,000.Mr. by the loud and persistent blowing of EVEN WHEN CAREFUL
-i, County Agent DeBusk is forwardL the horn on his National touring car And i our Ford began to slip;

ing to the pomological division of the I and Mrs. Edgar Henson, white in the garage behind his residence Treacherous Drug Cannot be Trusted And before we knew what happenedOur 1

r' department of agriculture, Washington I were arrested and lodged in the St.' The mayor got: out on the porch in And Next Dose May Start flivver\ had turned a flip.

D. C., an avocado pear, symmetrically Lucie county jail, thirty-five cases of time to see the would-be thief run in Trouble n
perfect and of fine texture, I liquor was seized and a regular barroom the direction of the Seaboard yard. WB turned completely over-
I was unearthed on a search warrant lie said l that it was a white man. In Calomel Is dangerous. It may sal It must huve been nine feet- rJj

I sworn out and two deputies raid- I trying to start the car the thief In ivate you and make you suffer fear- And landed right on our head,
ASPIRIN ed a house on Indian river boulevard some manner started the horn which fully from soreness of gums, tenderness Yet we were sitting on the seat.
and teeth, swollen ton-
I of Ft. Pierce. Six of jaws
three miles south blew continually until stopped by Officer
saliva dripping
hidden in a cook gue and excessive We thought of the wife and babies
quarts were found Sanders. Mr. Lee called for the Don't trust calomel.
Insist on Bayer Package stove eight quarts in a garage and officer as soon as he had seen the thief from Is the mouth.quicksilver.If And a lot of things like that;
It mercury;
the balance was stored away In an disappear. When the officer arrivedhe you feel bilious, headachy, con- Out we managed to ask Mr. MerchantIf
outbuilding which had been fitted up found, the engine running and the stipated and all knocked out Just go he wasn't mashed plumb fiat.He .
a as a barroom, with tables chairs, and horn blowing. to your druggist and get a bottle of We Qrind Our Own Lenses :
everything. Sheriff Merritt, after Dodaon's Liver Tone for a few cents hal! a large "bay window" NODELAYQaincsVillc. '"-
r&VtQ loading up his car with liquor and An alleged attempt to take the liven which is a harmless vegetable sub.tl-! lIe's a lot larger than us. ,
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prisoners had to send a truck back for of employees of the shops of the At- tute for dangerous calomel. Take a And what was getting our little goat, Florida."t '
r the balance. lantic Coast Line railroad located at spoonful and if it doesn't start your We couldn't even hear him cuas. -

Port Tampa Wednesday night by the liver and straighten you up better and OQ1J! tlilataWrCGCOtGtltA41mataC: ) { >t7dlif77 i
calomel
During the torrential downpour at blowing up of sleeping quarters of the, and quicker than nasty lie came out from under that car COFFINS & CASKETSAnd ;;
sick, just go
Unless you ere the name "Bayer" on 5:30 o'clock 'Sunday afternoon, some men with dynamite, and the declara: without making you you' At the speed of a lightning flash;
package or on tablet you' are not Ri't- of :, back and get ;your money. And his voice assured us ho was alive a Full Line of
misguided sense i
joker who has a tion of Sheriff Will C. Spencer that 1 take calomel today you'll be
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king the by genuine physician Bayer over product twenty-two prerrilied humor pulled the alarm for fire box he will ask Governor Hardee to call''I f sick and yon nauseated tomorrow; beside Regardless of wreck and crash. Ullirtak tri' Supptii* 1'

years and, proved 1 safe by million for No. 115, the S. B. Hubbard Companyon out the national guard to protect the 1 I It may salivate you while If you take"! --- --

CoM llea'laolse. Welt Bay,street, Jacksonville, call- property of the railroads entering: Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake I Now we claim that we are luckyTo .. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
Lumb No salts necessary. be tall and not so fat; Always on hanrf. The best *errlc >
Toothache (ro Tampa should any further depreda up feeling great.
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lowest price' Sp -
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Earache Rheumatism. Habitual constipation: cured:: tions be attempted, are the latest developments Give it to the children because it i II I Why the place we crawled out of at
Neuralgia Pain, Pain In.14 toll Day and cannot sal' tt a' attention to telegraph orr -
harmless hat.
perfectly Was not as large as your
in the strike of the union Embalmer.
Registered
Accent only "Bayer" package which "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- vate.Advr88.Colds /
hoes SyrupTonic-Laxa'Jve foe Habitua.: railway shopmen in Tampa, which:
direction Ilamly prepared
Oh ooiitaiii twelve proper tablet tout few cents. Jnll r- Constipation. It relieves promptly but has been In progress for several weeki It was the first time over that road, C. JONES ,
-iHU also! aril "bottle of 2* and KM( should bo taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto Four sticks of dynamite, said to have Cacao loam and Influenza And the last If It's the Lord's will:
Aspirin la the trade. mark of Bayer Induce regular action. It Stimulate and been hurled at the cars in which th LAXATIVE:BROMO QUININE!:liblttt*' .. wnov tleauiM. And all you folks drive careful STARKE. FLAI'OMCK t t't ti
Manufacture of Jlonoaccticocidcutor of Reflates. Very Pleasant to T.b.SOc; Them 1* only floe 3 n1- Quasar When you're passing Thoraa Mill,,
I"heyticacld., par bottle. workmen were housed. were found im-. r;. W.GROVE'S!: .'.".."".no 1 bo*. SUu i


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'The Florida State Fair & Expos'ltion -
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which will stage its annual fall operators. Then is possibility thai
second class matter at the post a
I ,: k office at Stark, Florida. show in Jacksonville November 17 to OF COAL the Illinois state union under the

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leadership of Frank Farrlngton, Lewii llI
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+ toMATTflEWS.: Editor unrf Owner
nnd belt state fair ever held in the chief opponept in the uiinors' nnlionn

c The workinK of> the (jermnn mind i HincomprehcnBiblo Moiithoast.Active STRIKE ASSURED ""f"lmlzation.[ may break away and enter .

) The other day u preparations tor the event Into a separate agreement with II,: Jill

) ; mnn in Germany committed suicide by arc now in full swing, and the asso- linois operators. Farrington has beer

knifr into his chcxt with lutinn is already in receipt of many I'ENNSYIVANIANTIlRACJTE I II
driving a n making this threat for some time, am

hammer. lie wns prompted to this inquiries from prospective exhibitors REGIONS SOON WILL HE it is said that both the miners find tht.
irsrauffcoaw/oTOt .** > i
;. ,, terrible notion by the circumstance seeking information about the various TURNING OUT COAL operators in that state could settle dif I

that his wife had become dumb. Many competitions.The fcrences in three hours' time if Lewis;

r American married men would have fair association was recently One of the two big strikes which permitted thorn to get around a tablt I II

I become elated. over such a happening. reorganised, and is now headed by J. has been disrupting the business of to negotiate a state agreement. ''liii S

I C. Cooper, Jr., who is giving much of the nation for weeks, canning unemployment The settlement of the coal strike ir

'1 Ah instance of poetic justice was his time in planning and directing the financial hardships, and, even part will not result in the immediat, ii

evidenced in Miami tho other day. affairs of the organization Mr. Cooper physical suffering is I
;, apparently on ending of fuel distribution, under( fed. liii
J Striking }<'. E. C. railway shopmen is naturally greatly Interested"lnthe' the eve of complete dissolution. An eral supervision. Some officials pve:

? V : were1 to have a meeting! and hnd engaged work, as he believes the fair li! agreement was reached in Cleveland, diet that it will be necessary to shir, _

several fiery speakers to come one of Florida's greatest developers, 0., during theweek whereby bituminous all coal by government priority lists I

I : and enthuse them. But on account of as it offers Floridians as well as citizens coal operators said to representa and under the supervision of state, I II

\ 1 the crippled train service caused by of other states, a splendid opportunity production of about 100,000,000 tons coal committees .until the end of the I

: the shopmen's strike, the speakers of learning much about annually and their miners returned to year at least, and there is a possibility

failed to arrive and the meeting was Florida and its vast resources. work after a suspension lasting since thut it will remain in force until next; i I

I called off.When William D. Flynn, director of county April 1. spring. The country is short 00,000. ,5'c \Sy ,

._ _ exhibits states the fair will JTROIT
pre- .
I Others Expt'cted.to Accept!' 000 tons of fuel as the result of the llI
I Cain had killed off onefourth'Jf sent a comprehensive and representative This agreement covers the smaller strike it is pointed out, and this short

; ( the people of the earth leaving only survey: of Florida's horticultural I fields of Illinois, Indiana and Western age will result in profiteering by unconscionable ,

1 three, then went into the land of and agricultural greatness. Pennsylvania and virtually the wholeof middlemen and even op.

j Nod and buihlod a city, it is evident Already a number of counties have Southern Ohio. It is predicted erators if the government does not

1 that he did not sit around like a lump signed up for space in the county however that other operators and the Keep the situation well in hand.

.' fin a J log and growl about the Kcd-: real Building, and the indications are there workers gradually will' accept the

1 estate and people. lIe was not him- I will be a greater number of counties compromise reached at Cleveland durIng -' QUALIFIED ELECTORSI.

1 Iftf sulf, perhaps the most exemplary( of represented this year than has been ; the week, and that there will be a'' Town. C.of A.Starke Futch.Florida reirlfitratlon' certify officer that' the for following thi-

men, and if ho had some reason to the case" at any previous exposition.Great" rapid resumption of mining in all the Ihtt contains the names of the quail-
flt'd electors, of tho said shown the
t ; emigrate from the land of his birth, stress this season is also beIng fields. records. in my office. town as by

In he did not mope and whine; but cot:\ placed on the cattle show. Last The Cleveland agreement was quickly HeKlstratlon Officer. Town C. A. of FUTCH.StarktfJ... I

#' hold of a piece of ground and went to year the live stock exposition was followed by a meeting in Philadelphia A K
.
; Austin H.Alvares Keller. 3
; work to do something. The man who crippled because of government quarantine of anthracite operators and representatives J. M. Kite. David

'l ? could, build up a city under such auspices restrictions, but these have now of the anthracite miners'union. Adklns.Alvarvn, A.J. Z.W. kilo KI.... James SlluaKlckllter ,

is the kind of material we want been removed and will allow Influx. of I Only a few formalities, it is Andrews. J. W. Jr.Alvares. J FKlckliter

; in this town; arid we will not inquire thoroughbred stock from all states for said remained to be gone through Andrews. D.J. W W. Sr. Knlitht. .C L A W

too minutely into his antecedents so exhibition purposes. Alvares, AlonxoAlvares. Knlitht. D E
_ : _ with before the entire anthracite field Errol Kendrick T N
,4 that he takes hold like a man and can The amusement features will not be lit Eastern Pennsylvania is reopenedfor Alderman. Dora Kite Benj.Knltrht. .

; be good\ at least. But what is more, overlooked as a splendid program Is work thus eliminating all possibilities Alvares.. ,Hill D F Kendrick. N MarthaKlcklltcr. LAdam. I

f Cain did not advise his son to "go I being planned to keep pace to prove of a hard. coal shortage this Andumon Amlreu,, A A 0 W Kite. Mlnnlo. J F Jr. Never before-'has there

west," and get out of the dead old the biggest drawing cards will be the winter in the millions of homes in the A''.."" .. S L 1.

town. lIe named the city after him, running and trotting races on the new East which use this class of fuel! forheating j i Anderson, Ada GeoAniU'rs J Lonfr'V. ."lI.imbnufrh. H Ei been produced, at so lowa

I. believed in it, worked it, bought his half mile track. Austin JaneAlderman :: : T N
purposes. (i W Lewis, KirkLimbauuh serviceI I
I price a car so
4 goods there and kept his money at Shows, entertainment automobile Return at Old Wage ., Anderson Eva Lillian ,

: home.-Bonifay Advertiser. speed contests, band concerts etc., are I B I.onir. Cornelia Peek
t The settlement reached at Cleve- Hrysn J R M able so trustworthy andso
some of the many other features being land provides briefly for the return of Rondo.. Jacob Moltt. A BMoriran. ,
J W
/ I. W. W.'S KANNINC FLAMES OFF planned. the miners at the wage rates, hours Bryan S.Aflrownloo H kIlronke Matthews K S economical of. maintenance -

j REVOLT, SAYS DAUGIIEUTY Transportation lines will again offer 1 Albert Mnrk MonneMitchell. I
and working conditions that obtainedas Brown. Wm J M
'-I low round trip rates to Jackson- of :March! 81, when the strike went llrnnutt O W H Miner."..tt. H U})D as the Ford Touring
W
; V I : Washington, Aug. 22.-Reports to ville from all Florida points on account into effect. The new contract continues ItuiKden Burrow R Vanning. J .C Car. Millions of
: the department of justice indicate that of the fair. "I"".. E t Mott. W FMiner. owners
until April 1, 1923. The agreement H A L E
agitation of railroad strikers at v _____________________ Brown niHhop H Y "Mm,,,. 'I| .j ,
________ also provides for the appointment llrlnson T A Middloton. W EMondi'n say so. Buy your Ford
; Shawnee, Okla., is at as high a pitch INVITATION TO TilE WOMEN: OF of an "advisory fact finding commission Marnus, Spencer Wm

as any point in the United States with FLORIDAThe ," a part of whose duties it Hrynn Illoeker.Wm W K M Middlnton Monran. Vlda Nolia V D today. Terms if desired. I

"I. W. W.'s funning the flame," At- will be to consider future settlements Hrown. .Henrietta. Mitchell.McMillan.LticiieItrownie. Alma /

torney General Daugherty said today. Florida State College for Women of
:' Trains are being stopped and the mail extends a cordial Invitation to all This commission is to be named by Uliihop. Nina.. JuliusIlesHley. R NUarkowit. Newman, M D J. W. JR. I

,. : being interfered with to some extent, women of the state who are interested! President Harding.In 0 LBeasley. Nevnom. R. A. ANDREWS,
P
f in home nnd civic to Wonian's Gertrude I.
he added. problems
a -
also Parker. JohnC
the J O
the anthracite field men Uoyd Ford and Fordson DealerStarke Fla.
_ L i More, than 1,000 shopmen are out on Conference to be held at the college Prrk.CLCanova.
return to work under condition as Face Chas. F
I
P
: strike he said! his reports showed, in Sept. 1-8, inclusive. The suggestion of March 31, the miners having waived Crews. A 6 E l'I ..-k.. J S I.I, --.J
I this conference from CrulchHold chas.Prok.; 1.
addition there are five or six hundred for came their demand for a 20 per cent increase Cox. ItueeCaiiova. Perkins W R ]
unemployed members of the local un- { many of the leading women in the : K E Philip Emily a -- ---. -- -
of and the -
wages, operators I'evk. Harriet S _
; -
'coot J F ----- --
ion, who have joined in parades, meet-I' state with a view of bringing here having dropped their ultimatum of a Comi.lK.il E T 1:",,k. Clara L --- UII

: ings and other demonstrations I their own problems and seeking the Col ley J F I'owoll. Florence' E .-- .
21 per cent wage cut. In this flelJ <"I,......: F TCCnrpenUir I'erklns I.lllloHerryman ::5 I
; have 'worked the town up to a high help and counsel of those who have also a commission is to be named toinvesti1'ate n I' (J K KC""r. FOR RENT

i pitch." The attorney general has authorized mudo a special study of those prob- / all phases of anthracite .. 0 F CICnnuva. AChuce. Wiilvley. .T T : I F' RRfoNT-Dunglow
:
ulfxley Minnie W
the lems. It decided to call this Lulls % with all mn
..swearing in of sixty deputy was conference production to report April 1, next, Con..RC R rNf1WORU"
after with MissF.llzabeth I [ marshals and unless the situation i[ conferring Canova Eunice GCooper
_ i't* when the present agreement expires Ritch. J HRlmrs
of the Audrey K or unfurnished. Could be used i<
1 Improves additional deputies will beD Skinner president litwis Given Credit Colky, Lydia P M
authorized. j Florida Federation of Women's Clubs. Card. K J Un ItoMnuon! J C two separate apartments. Mrs s
President John L. Lewis of the Uni- Kulunson J W
The disorders and trouble throughout ;, The executive board of the Florida Darby At I Kmby:: D L F. Hamrick, Starke. S
ted Mine Workers of America, is giv- Kltch, ItiTbort ..
,_ __. ___
of Women's Clubs"will be Davis J it "' "'
I the coal districts and rail (centers| Federation "S.----" u ,,".)':.. .._.. ,,.m..m.1..,, '"' ,.i.i.1.... ft. _o._ W"'oh.. ......- Du.,..-\V- K: j Itobineon.; ; Vrrs L -I
ii in the West Mr. Daugherty said show !I in session at tho College for Women for accomplishing the settle )Uo'v'.nll.' B 111 Ray. Olive EnI. FOR SALE FOR RF.NT-Two furnished fiat ..1

; that "neglect of state authorities in ; September 1 and 6,, and the county mcnt.ington When the miner refused the :/"V,.... L IJ A 111 Jr. R..y.hitch Carrie S E AmelIa I 4 rooms each. D. E. Knight Stark'

Illinois has been invitation and home demonstration agents and the Dover I'urry 8-25-4t
_ an a Ruddish learn .
_ government'sarbitration offer more Dukr.REL FOR SALt-.Klondyke strawberry
law and this I local leaders of home demonstrationwork 8
cause for disregard for Davis Catharine
;t than a month ago, President Hard Mtuml' F F plants. A. Stern, Route Starke,
widespread disorder." Federal authorities will hold their annual meeting DII.lo. Lee I'er"m.n Slern..rlr.. N I WANTED
: ing washed his hands of the cOllI'con- TlA.by. Ida L SI.I..nk. () M Flo. 8-23-21*
he added, had no power to September 1 to. 8, inclusive. Both of tarby Annie S.lIlpy. Ben .
troversy. The miners' leader said ho I'avia' Laura
take action in Illinois after the Ilerrin I these bodies will participate in the K sSaottFA Sweat, U C AGENTS WANTED-Sell the onto
FOR SALE-Our Walnut street residence
could effect a settlement, and he immediately Edward: J W -
massacre. I conference.The 'got in touch with those. ope- FPlWr.un: J W Saas.r Sn.lh..ove.Dan G W at a bargain, if sold at once. nal Watkins Products. Good cit\.

Poufthkecpsie, N. Y.. Aug. 22.- program will consist of lectures rators w ho were dissatisfied with the .E..man.:...tm.n. Julia L H. S llnno..lI...runk. J C D H Write Jay S. Brown Plant City, territory still open. Get our wonderful

% Samuel Gompers today told the convention demonstrations and conferences FPp..on. Loran. Sapp J II Fla. 8-18-8t-10-6 offer and free samples. Write
taken !
_- position by the National Con .
of the New York stale federation bearing on the problems of spe- JI'Ensey Aiva Ces. w M today. The J. R. Watkins Co.
Association and to Sml.h. E II
willing
were resume
bf labor that President Harding's i, uial interest to the women of the state work under old wage and wopJc.iIIV' F'/nrrhl.F'uleh./ C J A 0 Sirleklnnd.Ktrln..rellow.. Chas W G FOR SALE-About 40 berry refrigerators Dept.. 79, Memphis, Tenn. 8-11-It,
'
recommendation to congress last weeks,t Men and women of the state and national conditions.The .iiing'lIn", .. M.A .C Frances.. S.ott Laura sixty-four quart. Dirt

to enhct legislation! to provide means leadership will take part in the min P' president kept adding F.rn.ndo. Eva Swc..t S.e.nbe.lJeulah Jul8le cheap for cash. Brown & Son, Plant AGENTS WANTED.1 Ien or women

_ t L for enforcing the decisions of the U.F' | program. The detailed program will : Futch v....",. S. Sltotrunk, Ciara City, Fla. 8-18-8t-10-0 No experience required. Sell the hit
to this list of dissatisfied operators F'owlur, W N Starilny. C C
S. Labor Board meant to make them be aunt out later. o It.lInll' clara ,'If est novelty "Phon-o-brush." The
: The dormitories. of the WO lIIn's untH he had enrolled representatives! !' (rl"ln. T J Snp". C R J FOR SALE-One sightly:. used No. 4
to la-
; enforcnble so as to compel men : coyerlng a production of 100,000,000tons () ( trl"ln. 0 J Sa,.". Nettle real dirt chaser for records. Sample
bo ragainst their will and, if they ;! College will be opened to those who Green K A S'ump. ,Ev. W I. II. C. riding cultivator cheap. and wholesale prices 2Bc. Martin'cService
then he called the Cleveland G..n. W H
a ,
year !Stmmots. J L
work their will to attend the conference. Meals will be Fiy,5. Am discontinuing trucking. J. II.
would not against meeting.'ages and workingconditions rern. Silcox. J L Box 11R. Harncy Station
served, in the college dining Griffin Mlnn' E Smith. M L Williams ''Starke. 8-25-tf
room.
for fining or Imprisonment, or Omaha
: provide rr.wn Nebr. 8-lJT-4t.
_I I were disposed of in a few Mary E. !Smith Ruby .
both. Both room and board will be furnished H Sc..U. W A .
SSM*" *
H' M B BW. SB S> sasBSMPB
hours, but on the question of arbitration Itaynes. J 0 ltri.klan" L W FOR SALE-Don Donlison strain
"But that doesn't run railroads. andit at $1. per day. The whole equipment !' Hull. N B LOST S
doesn't produce coal," he added. of the. college will be placed at there was a split. The operatorsheld Hnov... C F Trub/. J M Rhode Island Red pullets for winter j ,
out for a commission to in"csti- Hn".r. J C '.h..m.... E 111 :
.. "Men and women have dared face jail the disposal of the conference. Hoffman A P Truby J J laying. $5 per trio. Mrs. T.L., i j LOST-Near depot lady's hunting '
i \ gate the entire industry; their docU- H..vn. 0 L
1'u.ne. J 0 Fla. 8-11-41
Wainwright Lawtey
the hangman's gibbet in defense Those who plan to attend the con- i i
and even ion on all points to be accepted as final Hemingway. H' D Thomas. Maliory | case watch, name "Vonda Inman"

of labor's rights, and the spirit ference may make room reservationsin by both sides. The miners' chiefs Humph..y.Hrminiiway R I.8 G Thorn.Tu.ne.... 1'W L L FOR SALE-Twenty acres of hay; engraved on case. Return to G. M.

k is not dead yet, even in America." advance without extra charge by however, held this to be compulsory IInl..nd..t.UllY" S: W C. S. Turner Tom"kI Lillian Llnl. two acres of sweet potatoes and one roman, Starke. It:
the Florida
writing to Registrar
arbitration and refused point blank! to Hoover. Ella LIHnmrck. half acre of sugar cane. Inquire at
H'5 .
,I' State College for Women Tallahassee. Sarah F 1T..low.. John
LEO-OGRAPIIY
lr accept it. After a two days' deadlock' Hoo..r. Deii. U"low. Louise Brownlee's Jewelry Store, Starke.It. .
Since the college has no supply of 1I.lolop. p C Wlimbo. .
-
which at time threatened to disrupt ..
one r
Wills. E E
all those who in the dormitories "" '
linen stay -
: the conference the operators i'e- Hollin".orth." Lisile WIIII..mo. Kit Legs to the right of us, '
,
will have to furnish their own ifull Maria Weeks. W 'I'I
Legs' to the left
; ceded" from their stand the commis- Wainwrlaht N D FOR SALE-1 good mule and wagon, of us,
New Lefever Nitro- bed linen and towels. Inm.n. G M Wall. W L Legs in front of
) S \S \ sion became one for mere "fact find- inmen Vondll S: Whlt. J W $100; one $COO grist and feed mill, us-
CONRADI
Special only $29.00 EDWARD ing" antI the agreement was reached J WeekaRA. ,. $325; one big and several small\ How they display them.
s- thcr. O. K.'ed and purchased In President. John. M L Whl.... 0 W
Sr L, ', quantities fey the U. a.N.ivy. Rig Associations Still Aloof Joh.. A II wililanis J II plows and cultivator, cheap. All in On they go trippingly
h'? 1; Well finished, Johns. J..ff Willa. .1 C Daintily .
order. A. F. Peterson skippingly
good at ;
t ir oonalderlnq the price. None of the big coal associations! so Jon... D C W.II. A E ,
S 1L: Built to shoot right NOTICE Jvnkh. A 0 Brownlee's Men that look flippantlyDo
WaInwrIh W M Jewelry Store Starke.It. .
S .nd stand aa much Take notice that 1 will on September 12.: far have become" party to the agree- Johns. F 0

j k s xpenslve aa the gun.most 11I22. or for..a soon pardon'thereafter for Fulton as I mar Jackson be hcarI.apply who. ment. The Indiana and Illinois tr- Johns Johns, 8 E R 111 Wiley.Whi.. Ceo Ceo C not dismay them.

_ Moat durable wa convict! pf munler l at the fell term of ganizations of operators refused! to Johns W J Wynn.W.ln."ht.L A
Mary 0
lock vor put th. Bradford county elreuit court. November PLANTS AND. SEKUS Straight
Johns. P E White, legs and bandy
Ethel M ones
In gun Ittlft. Anyon. .ilcvlrinar may then be heard on attend the Cleveland meeting, declaring John.. Ella F Whi... Nohi
first leek the merit of the application. Ray Punk legs and dandy
IS fired over Wm. C. HOIHiFS. it was a mere camouflage for a Jon. Ada V WIgin. H B NEW CATALOGUE-Fall edition. ones.
0 H-Hfl-lIt-D-l Attorney for Petitio..... Johns. Llnie F Wall. Mabel A Awkward and handy ones
7 T. O 0times.. national agreement whereas they demanded JeDkina. R 111 wall.' H C Contains a fund of fine information
: i. 1 state district Jon... 01llv. Whi.. faa for the an'dof Flirt with.the breezes; S
beginner
----.. ,....- .-,--.- or agreements\ Johna. Theims W.nw1'i"ht.; N D Jr newcomer or Round
whichfLewia refused to sanction. The J..II'1. Drayton Wentworth J H great .value to those 'a1ready. familiar legs and flatter ones.

- Sell or Gin Your Seed Cottonat western Pennsylvania coal associations with Florida truck growing.If Thin legs and fatter ones,

: Every gun also continue outside the pale. you are not already receiving our Mostly the latter ones,
prooftestad the Port and Save Freight Money Showing their "kneesies."
with an ex.trems Hundreds of .small Independent operators 666 catalogue write today for copy.-
.
load.atandar
built both, long and short. We also do custom association of Southern Ohio 8-4-4t Shapely and bony ones,
Cures Malaria
Chills
n 2O-ga. 23K0 and Fever
Real
legs and
ginning. Write for prices and phony ones.
28 |n. and and these, with scattering operators --- "
12-ga. 28 and 3O In. with particulars. Dengue or Bilious Fever. It kills PERSONAL' Silk-covered tony ones,
14ln. (took and about 2Ti Indrop. representing fields in West Virginia, '
A Lefever won the germs. Second to none;

Olympic world's ehamplonahlii games In London at th, lefavtr Jacksonville Ginning Comp'yJACKSONVILLE las Kentucky, enteredJ.nto!' Utah the Arkansas agreement and which Kane. J PIJ.ES. constipation ulceration, fistula Curved and distorted ones

for aervlc fissures bleeding itching cured
haa stood an Mates
and ill-sorted
durability for over SO yrs. FLORIDA Is sending some of the miner back to u.-. far".. caI 1matsees .... ones-
Write for
home. free trial
WRITE F0 CATALOGUE at pain. Home and imported
P. O. Box No. 1162. ones-
Telephone .
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3117'i''the pits. vItality sot jn .My by jiarirjtag iad :*. "
liFtvcr Irms Co. Boi Lllhaei It. less pile combination. S.
'tehUu ttw blood. You .an soon feetkaStrenaa Tarney, Gee Bin't it fun 7
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AUGUST 2,. 1922. I1UADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ST.IRICE. FLORIDA.. PAGE FIVKYou t

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--,- | Mr.: and Mrs. J. M. Brownlce ancl .

children, James William, Milton, Jr., Can't
Bits and. :Martha, motored to Jadksonvil Beat

of LocalInformation ji I((1 last Friday und spent the day. F

This Tire
MEETING OF WOMAN'S: MISSIO: 1
Sao ,,,,, ,
!f; AUY SOCIETY MONDAY >+


'' -"I Omf f".. .. .0a6"" ..... .-4 I The regular program- anti busine At The Price :,
t Ac AMJ 'NfI-. *. *.*. C:....,... __ T_ mooting! of the Woman's Mjssionai :'

Society of tho Baptist church will 1 bo
.....,,,,,,,,,,, IIt f : J i
-- II ............ I,.. 14''. -:-,--'- wr.: .J I II :' held Monday afternoon, 4 p. m, i at +1 ,
the hurch. The Goodrich is
coming in daily for S. R. :Mis. 55" a t
is I Ralph B. Alvarez, A. L. Alviro i All the ladies of the church are urIC- .

.the cotton buyer and ginner., and Aubrey Moore motorod over !od to be present at this meeting. Tho

to Jacksonville and Pablo Beach last :: program will bo in charge of Circle \\lt\\t \\ real tire of real value at a

building material BCD D. Boreuiber Sunday and spent the day. I II : No.1, Mrs G. W. Alderman, lend r., \\ ; I I ))1

yard 1/11 Cherry street. g.18.tft I I Tho subject for discussion will be I 111- remarkably low. '; '

Miss Thelma Sncllgrove, who has rum will )be very interesting and all \ price t '

Uiss Amy Moore had aa her "uest I bred, spending two. weeks in Jacksorvlllc nun wil! Ibu very interesting and t all :

week Miss Efflo Hilton, of Trei the guest of Miss Mildred Taj members and friends of the church are

lor, returned home Friday I invited to be present. ,;:- .- It is the economy tire for I '


i E Wilson, of Gainesville, spent | Mr. and Mrs. E. R. I'oppell and Lieut. Doolittle, the man who "e- I made with all
n week-end with his wife at King: children: spent the week-end in Iolce I cured so much publicity on ucuoui IIIIIIIClIi light cars )

<., lake. Butler with Mrs. Poppell's parents, of his avowed plan to make A one.day U 1 :

4 1 Mr. and Mrs. II. Tomlinson. ono-light airplane trip from Jacksoi the skill of Goodrich.

Miss Sinah Moore has return : ville to California, is evidently properly -y

nome from the summer school iamcsville. named. He was' to start from ,
Charles Darby, of Madison, and Mi
', Pablo Beach but struck a soft place i In It has demand
and Mrs. Mattox, of Palatka, wet! : everything you I ,
A ,
'the beach and wrecked his plane.
I guests last week of Mr. and !II 1'10. I II.
Dr. Campbell's library and other man contemplating such a trip and 0
C. Richard, at Kingsley lake. in .
new books at Scott's Store. 10 cent yet would not walk down the beach It : ; a tire-rugged

i read a book. 8- 8-2t few hundred yards and look over th! : R
I I and Mrs. Fred Beck and I t X mileage
'Mnj. SOT, starting, ground, should be nam'Doolittle.Wauehula :! construction long -
,
,
:Miss Louise Simpson, of Galnetille Alvin, returned to their homo Uri Advocate. ,
her grandmother Mrs last Thursday, after spending the I
,
is visiting and looks.
summer in Evansvllle, Ind., and other good
loxephino Edwards. places., INDIVIDUAL. RESPONSIBILITYWhenever \ \ I] .' f r

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Traxler, of St. I anything goal wrong "- You can't beat'this tire for all-
Augustine, spent Friday with Dr. and. I ;Mrs. Annie Richard{ and daughter, They pans a law prcolia and strong ,

Airs W. E. Middleton.Everybody Mrs Bruce Norman, of Jacksonville, To And operate make llilnm without run delay the proper way. D around economy. And we sell

:were guests last week of Mr. and Mra. And when there Beam to b* a flaw '

and his motherinlawent \ E. S. Matthews, at their Kingbley lake I I In wish the that mechanic'they would. art pan a law it at an unusually) low price. A

to the Free Masons' picnic at cottage To make tlu Illvver itart.

Kingsley lake Thursday.! Yet when a law Ret under way ,4/ +
Mrs Rob Richard and di" 1)fH' It often work no fait they say '
The breezes of late have cooled the Dorothy, and Miss Mary Avin, returned That It Induce Borne mlntake. -
And hail u* reaching/ ror the brake :f
air and are a welcome change from to Jacksonville Monday, after When on a reckless. ipoed hurrah J. W. Andrews Jr.

the almost unbearable heat. spending a month at their -ottatfe 01 The motor seeks to hop .
I wish that they would paw a law .1 Ford Cars Fprdson Tractors p'f
Kingsley lake. To make my llvver top.
Miss Isabel Bullen spent the weekend Starke, Fla.

at Kingsley lake with Mr. and Robert G. Crosby, of Youkon, Duvn Alas lot though depend/ lawn on how common brain sense InterimA .

Mrs F. A. Scott and family. county, was in Starke Friday. Mr Shown by the Individual man. L
Who tries to do the best he can. LAN
Crosby is a builder and came here orbusiness. While leglBlatlv wisdom deep /
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Durden, of
He hud been visiting relatives May elevata the soul
Tampa, have been visiting their I The driver la the one to keep _
: at Brooker. .... control.
Mrs. O. L. Beasley. The flivver 'n th '.
daughter, Washington Star. -- ---
I EXPLANATION C ID'ID.III.IDIIRmmmmmllmmmmmmmmmWmmtmDlDmmmlDmOlmmmUCIIIIID! IICIIIII! G1UOICIII ,
The ground is in good shape nov '
returned homo
Miss Ethel Griffin /
for the setting out of strawberry, CENSUS TAKEN BY ANCIENT!
t'riday after spending two weeks vUitlng Several weeks ago Sheriff Eppersonand :
and busy. The.)
plants our growers are
/elativei in Jacksonville: strawberry acreage for next scasorpromises Records Show That Babylonia Hat I arrested a ,mm by' tho name of I II
Figure Made In. ConnectionWith Walter Whitten for the manufacturing
Miss Ada Register, of Lake Butler, to be large. Country's Fiscal Control. of moonshine liquor and some of '
who has been visiting Mrs. L. II. Eastman I .
under
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington and the citizens of this county was r
has returned to her home. thiweekend When anti where was the first census the impression thut it was Walter at'I L Llv
little Billie of Hastings, spent )
son, that there was i a
taken It Is sutd
Whitten (white) of Kuiford, and for
with Mrs. Yelvington's "
parents
at thi In Hutiylonln befonS80O
Starke : system
y The shipments from I senile the benefit of the public and in Justice ,
Geo. A. Gardiner -
Judge and Mrs. connection with a complete -
n. O. In
time consist mainly of peppers, / I| to Mr. Whitten, I take pleasure in carrecting -
returning hornMonelay by auto system of fiscal control. Then
grapes, and strawberry plants.Dr. eJt/.Cs'l Ire nt the Rrlr>h museum some of the same. The Walter Whitten I

A meat nlarlcet has been opened returns of a lator census In Babylon! : arrested was living! at Hampton, and
and Mrs. J. H. Colion and'' Thompson new street, one door south In the form of n pnrt of 30,000 tablet!, is u negro, now serving sentence with Elberton Blue Georgia Granite
daughter, Lucile, of Gainesville, were 2,500 to 2,90( II. C. Then I'
I jf Mitchell's Drug Store, by R. R, kited soma | Mr. Knabb in UirpcMitlnimr. j "THE STONE ETERNAL"
in town Wednesday on business. tabl<>tt den I with the ndmlntstrntlni I W. W. IJAISDKN.JUVENII.K .
----- Crosby.; It is well furnished und clean I of the temple property with ngricul And GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various shades make I'

Mrs. E. W. Harrirf! and little son, mil the bent meats will be kept ontale. _turn, stock rnMnir! nod the produce of -- : : ROOK-1'AHTY---

of Dinsmore, have been visiting arms And Kfirdens. In 1017 n. O. Joni I

her Billy parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Wills.Eurl __ _______HV_ JLV was direct oil by King David to KO MEMORIALSRenowned
At R. R. Crosby's meat market, opposite through all the tribes of Israel from I Master Russell Daniel entertained 1
Ford Garage, the best steak Dan to IIoorKlu'bii and to number theople. < at u rook party in honor of his. cuuiiin,
of Savannah, clime I
Middleton, sells at only 20 cents a pound, chuck > Jonb'H. census gn\e the number Miss Louise Simpson, of Gainesville,
the first of the week and is visiting of .Ttnlnh and Israel "wh)
of ARCHITECTURAL
men lost. Wednesday evening. Several tables FOR DIGNITYand
,
cents, stew at 10 cents:
steak at
his parents, Dr. and Mrs "Wji E. Mid 12,1-2 Phone 28. drew the sword" In ono rose nt 1,3((),,- of progressive rook was played, Ili'If
Satisfaction guaranteed. another 1.570,000, but thft EVERLASTING ENDURANCE
dleton. DOO I and and Master Owen Griffin won firstprize \ If
l2.r3t fret figure! was stated to be Wicomplete <

Mrs. W. A. Colley and daughter,, for nfter numbering for nine a fancy box of candy, and hazel Three essential factors to be considered in buying monuments f'' '
received the booby) a binstick ,
Dou-rlas Dowlmir
visit Misses Gussi and Ruby ,, months anti twenty days, Jonb "fln
week from
Lots returned last Floridii a of Arch Creek, who have been visiting Ished not, because there fell wroth of candy tied with ribbons. Pe- are, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY APPROP- ,

to Ft. Meade and other south Misses Menu and Blanche Alderman,, For It against Israel." lu'ioiiB refreshments of ire cream and RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this combi

towns. left Friday for White Springs where I II cake were served to the invited truests. nation when buying our material. ..'

Jacksonville hey will spend a while before return- I Those present were Mitses Hazel Mid- F 't
X Mrs. C. W. Liddon, of Amelia I home. llpton, Elise Jones, hazel Mowlmjr, of COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON G/ .
Olive and IlnR'
is the guest of Misses Wal + Jacksonville, Mildrcil! call), Fannie I Leading Manufacturer of the Southfield ...

Ray, at their home on North I I Large flocks of blackbirds come to Derby, Florence" Andrews, !Master, or Special Rrpr.>.nttive,

nut street. tares every evening to roost in the U Owen Griffin, Sammy Sleinbcri, Don I I W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE, FLA. ?

has returned to large shade trees over night. This Hoover, Tom Morris, Charles Darby. .
Carpenter
Frank
Starke from Winston-Salem, N. C.,,, leans that caterpillars or other insect I DQltmDmIImII1DfPlllmlDIHD.GItmDfOOIfaIDeJr.JIDlacDlUID.lDm! { [ { llLJWmmwmmmmmImlJJJlIlIIlIIUIImwm: > { I
the High School. September pests abound in the surrounding coup 11 arl + KAIFOItl I l) l
and will re-epter -
try and that the birds have come to I .. >t+
4th.Robert destroy them. Iluiford, A up. 2I>.-MisHcs Loca and

r -- -- Dora Johnson, who have been visiting
returned Wednesday GENERAL I INSURANCE-
Demorest f I
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of for a week, ,
with See the full page advertisement relatives at Lawtey over
after' spending the summer tO'Gnflin & returned to their home here Thurs-
F. A. Crowder, successor
his father in Virginia. lIe will enter Johns, on another page. Mr. Crowdcr day. x : HAROLD C. WALL

school here. has inaugurated a sale that will prob- Miss Helen Nauright was a visitor ,

ably be the largest ever held in to Jacksonville day last week. STARKE FLORIDA .
Mae Durden, who has
Miss Clara Starke. It starts today (Friday) and I w Stu W. I. Roberts was a business visitor a rt
been visiting her sister, Mrs. O. L. will last for fifteen days ? to Jacksonville last week.A. FiRE LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

Beasley, returned to her. home in Tam- THOSE DEAR GIRLS"I D. Andrews. was a business visitor -

]>u Tuesday. Fred Flume has an exceedingly fine let Jack kit me on condition to Jacksonvile Wednesday,

stung pecan orchard on his place near that he wouldn't mention It." Mms Carrie McKay, who "has been ,
yields this season that II. HAROLD HUME Win. SIMMONS O A.MORRiONJv. 1
The best corn of Rev. L W. 'owell's still. Between the pecan "I suppose you wanted to break visiting her ulster, Mrs. W. S. Gra- PrMiiUnt Vlc.Pr..d.n 5_. A TV..... ,
we have seen are those persimmon trees, the news yourself.ONE ham in Jacksonville fur several days, '
are Japanese ,
of Thom- cgs Ix
Kickliter and Albert Bronke, few of which have reached a height returned Thursday rest Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry

a vile suburb. of r ten feet, but nearly all are loaded \WEEK MORE 1\Irs. Franklin and little daughter, Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

3' Hainlin and down with big fine fruit, nearly ripe Juanita, of Jacksonville, were visiting Prompt Shipment'ht.
Mr. and Mrs. Ozro
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last
enough for shipment. relatives here several days
children, of Homestead, motored here ... "
Ask ne..hbor-If.. know
i the.week-end with Mr. and OF THE BIG SALEAT week. your '
and
t\ spent The Bradford High School will open The stork visited the home of Mr., Ct New July Ul prie Let, JUST ISSUED.
Mrs. L. C. Prescott.
September 4th. Students are request- and Mrs. Barney Hemiricks last Tuesday -
Fertilizer Co Jacksonville Fla i
E. 0. Painter ,
; Miss Madge Middleton, who has I If ed I to bring paper and pencil the first I Iday. morning, leaving them a son.
several weeks with ret- 1, Prof. S. S. Dowling will again Rev. J. T. Barnes, of Water Oak, Is J
been spending
,f atives in Jacksonville, is expected. to be principal of the school,\onuch to the holding a series of meetings at the 1 SKAHOAHD TRAIN SCHEDULEIn

slight of patrons and pupils. The THE CASH Baptist church here this week. Kv-.
return home today. I rincipal will be assisted by a strong .Pry body cordially invited to attend. .1886 ( effect APrll-aO, 1022)). t'0No '

of Tampa, was acuity of experienced teachers and Miss Loan Anderson and Shepard Southbound
G. C. Livingston,
1 reaches Starke at 11:40 ;
successful termexpected. : p. m.
with
indications last visiting
all a Moore spent Sunday
in Starke the first of the week, look- rom DEPARTMENTSTORE '
No. 3, 10:59/) a. m.
_. Lake Butler.
Is friends in
interests here and renewing -
ing after his W. H. Andrews was a business viilitor DAVISINSURANCE No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58: p. m. ;'i!9 4

acquaintances. One of the big chinaberry trees infront to Jacksonville Tuesday No. 15, Limited 2:15: p. m. ;

Harry-T. Hart has moved to Starke of the old Commercial Hotel Carl Andrews, who has been visiting Northbound t

from Gainesville and will have chargeof I dropped exactly half of its top Sfltrday his mother, Mrs. D. W. Adderson' No. 2 arrives Starke 5:19: a. m. M

residence of N. B. night, but used so much care NOTICB in Jacksonville, for a week, returned No. 4 at 4:00: p. m.
painting the new two pickets were broken 1 I will apply floP m pardon .t th* next ..... No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47 a..m. ;%
hat only
Sunday.J.
Walnut street. blar _In. of the Board of Ptrdnn for 'he
Hull on from the fence it fell over. It was erime of murder In ,hot _nil dL....... whietWM A. Brooks'wa* a visitor to Jacksonville No.' 16, Limited 6:55 p. m.tVanne. .

; Mrs. W H. Philips and children,! found to be partly hollow and that .I suit convict tours ftr4lfortl of at th1 county prfn,*Florida"term of felt tht Sunday. STARKE ,; Branch .-i.

', who have .been visiting Mrs. Emily; ailing seeds had taken root Inside thetree .JS-: t-U-1 NOAH TAYIXIK.i66 Jeff Dowling, of Lawtey, was in No.:' 101 leaves Starke 7:45: a. m/ ;

Philips and other relatives, returnedto and! grown up. The expanding quickly relieves Colds, Con I town Sunday.' f No. 104 arrive. Starke 3:15 p. m. 1

their home in Lakeland last Fri- roots of this new growth had caused .tipatiot Biliousness and Head- T. J. GRIFFIN
day. the old tree to split. .ches. A.Fin. Tonic. Subscribe for the Telesrraph. Subscribe. for the Telegraph.- Agent.



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 25. tl3! !. -

TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. .,
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THE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR ____ .' f.1-----------------1 ? r ,SI t r

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ie6aeaffaa 4lRRdgefgraarri.rr
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ACEXTS REPORTS I it t; remains clear, usually for seven right kZ g'A ,2'tti9 g6Ltief 76Qgga 111a9yrrtOtlYI
COUNTY (
r 1 1, / e treatments. Wetting the pota eA t i l'ctt17710' liI C yI'yqva

.qtr of Dorcas t,[,es '12 to 21 hours before trcatmen
Okaloosa-Tho people
I have committees appointed, anti plans \I Mil make the disinfection more elTccivc. '-

made to hold a community fair thii t: .
The corrosive sublimate solution i iolorlcsK ill I a 4 t'' Ill ,

fall. odorless and tasteless, but "
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t {( rh''
11 eadly poison which may easily be> j
IlillsborouRh met with the Plant .."
is taken for water, so extra precai:- 1,1.
Association this week, 11 i AI' I
Poultry
City .. b'h"
taken this accourr'otutoos '
should be on
main t ions
and. marketing! was the discus treated 'w''
I'' that have been '0. .>P't,'
sion. _
hould not be used, for food for eithe ,
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j \ \ .'on"'
I P6lk-There will be a large acreage r mn or beast. 'men
this I ; :.r ..huh I
here
of strawberries planted year ". hall I
whila the planting of cabbage will bema "IS TilE KAZOKItACK GOING? iLi within


1 r, 11. The Florida razorback, says the! at?- ? l ''i tr t Juicy Fruit, Peppermint 1'011..1.Iu.iv.rt .di.tl'l...

cultural[ department, is rapidly ap- certainly -' "
Madiaon-The Jumbo peanut seemsto r and Spearmint are or I P"
reaching extinction. This lean and ,, rur
be making good yields in this coun I 1 th'h'
hy
I himself on delightful flavors to
gile animal that strops three
t i r.O.. DETROIT ty. One car of sweet potatoes wasshipped until his backbone 1 Is
trees
t ic pine
this week.
co-operatively \1 from.
\ !harp enough to cut fence rails; thleetcst choose

r f and keenest of the suid.iv, that ,, :;
L Santa Rosa)-I gave a demonstration 4 P-K{ the
this week. \ (:in outrun a hound and has bee Al And1:1IG1EV'S: --
in budding pecans .
t ained for use as a bird dog! ; this re- :
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this
There are many seedling trees in : sugar-coated peppermint : ,
oubtuble pig that can whip an alii :\ new r.
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Reduce county that produce only small nuts. ntor this deep rooter whose! (snou is also 1 .
.. a
great
J Many of them could be improved by I! ; threatened with gum, '
is i a subsoil plow, is :
Your top working to better! varieties. tooth. ,
breeds of bolts; for sweet
I'tU notion by jumpy( I treat your ".
I that have no merit other than thui
vl'ry'
Alachua!:: -Club members are "i'
a'' Production enthusiastic over the club camp to beheld I bility to fatten. Usually the depart All are from the Wrigley .
is reliably infol'md. -
; .111 lent bf agriculture
August 22 to 23.: To date : I f.
where perfection
r rt Costs for tho camp, I I 1. But it seems judicious to accE-pt factories
boys have, registered "
Th 7.
caution.
being received on each 'lhis, report with some -.... rule. ,
and letters are is the
razorback has ever Ieenhis :
of the
mail from boys who expect to at \ lory .'
other business, must cut. sulf-sufliciency' lIe is not depen ..ne'
Farming, like every tend. \
d..nt upon the bounty of the farmer .
down the overhead. nature's offerings ) :rii"
Lake-The Leesburg, Eustlg and lIe subsists upon ._ :f" I k
the country and it is rea I //1 '
off -
successful lIe lives -
afford clubs held
a It is not a question of being able to a Umatilla citrus week. Cur- s enable to expect that he will contin Save the
during the past
it is a question of being ,able to continue meetings do however much he may be i; ,
Fordsonj; discussed.! lIe to so, wrappers .
rent grove problems wero I ...... _, 'ocl.
farming on the old too-costly basis. Fall fertilizers for citrus trees will be dl'lven into the deeper Florida wilder itlftr1S tll.
connection it is pertinent !- Good for
j subject at the iSeptember ness. In this 'III'I.
.;. The farmer's problem is not all a sales problem; the meetings.lending to recall an episode of the sum valuable ,YCN1EC_ can l.t' I.".'

He must cut mt'r of 1913. Caleb Winterbottom, I i nfllrn1l'r m.
it is also a production problem. premiums
Conn. with i iankoe's a
of Southbury, d.
dairies ?
St. Johns-A visit to all the
d down the cost of production. in and near St. Auvustlne shows that love of experimenting, Imported H. I n.'

The Fordson does more' work at a lower cost t many of them are in a more sanitary genuine/\ Florida razorback ,1'T
what close \
few Caleb wanted to see quarters
and in less time than the old hand methods.Let months condition ago.than Corn they club were members a !in and rich food 'could do for the C31 s,: 'ah..'

I1re"..!I. His experiment did not las. I..
conditions
are
us give you the 'proof Write, phone or spite of bad weather and (I
good yields. ng.! He tagged! the animal pine-
making some
call today. ed I I it is a pen. The next morning i itwas WHOLE WORLD OWES GRATITUDE No Worms In a neuKIiy Child

f sawed fence rail telling TO UNITED STATES"It :' Altchildrea troubled with Worms have nn u
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of the bettor citrus fruit I gone, a
I Lee-Three healthy color,which indicates poor bluwl nc" i
JR.
L J. W. ANDREWS; clubs, Olga, Alva and Bonltn Springs! the story of the escape. Three week! rule, than. I la more or I see stomach dlsturbauc

regular monthly meetingsthis later, so the story runs, the hog, Wen is not drunkenness but thatc\ o- GROVE TASIELE53CIIILL IONIC glvon rem
their ,
held for two or th rea weeks wtl' enrich the! hoe<
Ford and Fordson Dealer, Starke, Fla. week. A two hour program was tifted by its tag ear, turned up at Its, eially'lolerated' and even encouraged .larly Improve, thodliietitlonand act aaatXmemlStrrniitenlnit

at each one of these meetings in hive village of Sandy Creek, Fla., a-,>lfull habit of moderate drinking which Tonic to the wholo lyntem. Naturewlllh. i
given '
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wormsandtheCbildwtn'
-,-. -- which the pray materials used in the of energy, and squeal as ever, hampers and injures our campaign throwofTor In perfect be illniwl Ith. Pletrautiv..aeaeeaptehnltlinclined the

._'. .=- -:== --=.....:::.:.:.,.--- ..===:-.0=: :::._-z......:::;.:.:--===- ="-: :: ---.' ...:::; = grove were discussed, in detail. icugh a trifle hoof sorer Does i itSl'l'm against alcohol. Drunkenness destroys I I I
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-:: ........ .,--.wwv..aee.umrrearaeen., able produce < while moderation ii will co-operate voluntarilbut ,
1 I ;;.;;; la.MafJ.r"; ; :: ,n likely a breed to sgncious itself, it terrifies, i

= ----- Osceola-This county has received< I !! a traveler would soon be.come seductive and constantly creates new the adverse press is not to be net

wide publicity from the strawberry 1 Industry extinct?-New York Tribune. victims. The liquor capitalists know I lectcd. False, reports, such as thaI

; LAYING nATION FOIL FLomnA that is being fostered bere.1 quite well why they are In favor of America is drinking more under pn',
Conditions
HENS Catarrhal i Inquiries WIT AND VEGETABLES IN Till moderation" hihition than before( it was introduce
and
,, in, -
coming
luflionoeil New settlers are
local UlHuaHo' greatly '
Ciitarrh by id const u ttl 11 bawl i fondiil'Miu.thereto I received every day from : DIET Thus!' writes Dr. WrnnKlein, of I will not be allowed to go uncontradi
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the slacker hens have bio retmlre: :tonMttiiUotwl irv.imant. are
After -i Minister of Justice ed
formerly
R lIAMVd .ATAUItU: MKUJCINIn : : '" in other counties looking for I Austria I _
culled out and the healthy! productive tlm ugh tl., growers : Vegetables contain protein, starch,
I Uilicn Intel'niillv and 'lrt I berries in this sec- and a jurist of international reputation -
be for another year Hood upon the All.. "UM !Hurl'iic' of III. a location to grow matter water and'many ; To Stop a Cough Quick
hens that will kept IIAI.US C NTAKUII MlBDIl'IN"Kive i> llulose! mineral as quoted by the Christian
Kyntern. ; \
selected, it is time to consider h S'ood! :the niuknt otrvnsth: by ,Unpruvlr tion. I II' undetermined substances, while Science Monitor. Dr. Klein says tho take HA YF.s' HEALING UQNEY, a
that m the K"n''inl liaalth und aBEilBLs Ntiluto i I. I medicine which stops toe cough by
to help m\n- cough
thorn \
laying ration for '. fruit contain sugar, cellulose, world debt of gratitudeto
dom In work SEED TKEA whole owes a
POTATO and irritated tissuesA
] and bo ready to lay i in All DniKKlHtn.. Clrciilira froa.t IRISH:: In the fruit healing the InHamcd
molt and water. has
t4j quickly \ J. Cliuney & Co, Toledo; O ,ito. MEN: I I erlll matter the United States for what it box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
__ L early winter when eptii prices are nnd vegetables! is contained the most accomplished in the way of prohihi- SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and.

high. seed witb' 1 I vJlluable food elements, according tolliss Croup Is enclosed with every bottle cHAYES' )

r A good laying ration for Florida+ By treating Irish potato '.. 'I Agnes I. Webster, of the home tion.The anti-alcoholic campaign in Aus- ( HEALING HONEY. The salve

v Dr. Sanborn, extensiopoultrymun \ should' be' fed as a dry mash and such a 1 to 1000 solution of corrosive sullmate I should be rubbed on the chest and throat
to
according such diseases as scab,black leg economics department. triu has:! now begun in earnest, with of children suffering from a Cold or Croup
the colleKo of agrieu'tuve legumes as bcggarweed, peanuts and 'I large-
of ( fruits and vegetables are the
The Michael Hainisch at Honey In
Honllnit
be controlled, according President The hcnltnit effnrt of ftnyes'
', la corn meal 30 pounds, whel\t' cowpeas if properly cut and cured can und black scurf can Florida Experimci made up of water in which] is carried lead. It Is planned! to enlist in tile .Mo tile tli rim t roinblui-d with through the healing the pores effect of of'
to the lirnwt O-Pen-Trate Salve
shorts 40 pounds, cut alfalfa 10 and be substituted for the cut alfalfa. the mineral salts and fruit acids,, fight everyone, without exception, Con flkln. soon! stops a cou h.
This ghoul. For best results feed 10 pounds i of Station.A Doth remedies are packed In one carton and the
20 pounds. of bone,
b meat scraps the 1 to 1000 solution of corrosive that aid in the formation gay who hag the ear of the people, all cost of the combined treatment I Is 3Sc. f
of
I be supplemented with a scratch feed' the dry malt to 8 pounds be made by dissolvin i na the contraction of the muscles, lasses and political parties, and aboveall JuHt ask your druggist for HAYES'HEALING

t of 100 pounds of heavy oats and 100 scratch feud. A mature. hen will consume sublimate can corrosive sublimal' helps to maintain the neutrality of the the press. The papers favorably I HONEY.Hay !: .
tho
corn. The former mixtur about four ounces of both the 4 ounces of and the
pounds: of This' blnol, assists In digestion re-
1 scratch feed and mush in a day. Sui. crystals' in 30 gallons of water. o I ....n,1. of wastes. ami unites with tho --- .--- ---
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phur at the rate of 1 pound to 100( should be made in a wooden I 1.-| harmful products in the body anti -. .. -- -- ------ -- ------- -

pounds of mash!: is also recommcncU such as a barrel. them harmless. In additionthe
renders
s ghoul i
4 to be used In the ,dry mash mixtur For best results the tubers I acts solvent for food,
water
as a
A Tonic } It helps to control sorehead and inte be treated before they beforo are cut time or!I carries the food to the blood; helps

ti'nal worms and it Is also an Important sprouted and several days and TimeI
Tile unsprouted' seed I regulate the body temperature I
of planting.
element.
food!
aids in tissue building.,
hours and dried
For Women should be soaked two
-g treatment. If drying The most important food elementsin I I
KILL THE SWEET POTATO CAT Immediately after
I the body is the protein, carbohy-
can \
ERPILLAIt conditions are not good they We Have

"I was hardly able]. to drag, I I be rinsed with fresh water as soon as drates, fats and cellulose. The pro

was weakened," writes Mrs. i The sweet potato caterpillar is likly < they are taken out of the solutiot teins repair and build the body tissue I Here DEERING and

\V. F. Ray, of Easley] S. C. 5 I to appear at almost any time, and !If Avoid piling the potatoes up or exposing and yield heat and energy.heat The and carbohydrates : 1\
and fats give energy -
for about I I
doctortreMed me 5S \
"The not controlled they will cause grcat them to the hot sun.
still I didn't get end the cellulose give bulk to McCORMICK
two months, S injury to the late crop of potatoes. If the tubers are sprouted they
the food which enables! the vital organs
I had Urge family -
any better. a The cheapest and best way to control should be soaked only 30 to 45 minute I I
must do to better withdraw the food nu
and felt I surely dried
this peat Is with a poisoned bai, and then removed, rinsed and < /
something to enable me to take. trients.
nado! by mixing together 20 pound quickly.

care of my little ones. I had I of bran, 5 pounds of cottonseed meal, The solution decreases in strength IMPORTANT TO ALL FARMERS: MOWERSand :
beard of
I IY Ii I ind 1 pound of parts green. Dampen with use and consequently will requir '

and mix of of the chemical], Our the past season in I''
t ho dry bran parts green the addition more experience

Y > I ;urn with water until the mixture i isi This may be corrected by adding one the growing of tomatoes for market

i CARDUI i moist. Lna Ft of all knead into tbe bale ounce of the corrosive sublimnt has shown that they can be successfully .

X I fixture 2 quarts of molasses. Thi for every five bushels of seed treated, grownin this locality. RAKES

Illhouid be thoroughly worked into the provided the seed art nked for two< However,,we must change our meth.

itash. It should be of such consisteny tours. If soaked only 30 minutes only od of marketing to do so at a profit .

The Woman's Tonic"I X :, that it will fall in fine flakes whe' ; one-eighth ounce should be added and with safety. The best plan we FT in Stock

sown broadcast over the vines. The solution can be used a* long asA : have found is to contract our crop to

decided to try It." con This mash should be put out eithe a responsible sales agent! at a stated ,-

tinues Airs. Ray "I took in the evening or early morning so'that TONIC a price, cash at the packing house, thus'

bottles in all I regained too quickly. If all risk, and crate and packing
... eight it will not dry Irove's Tasteless chill Tonic restore avoiding Also Full Line of
my strength:; and have >ropcrly sown it will fall in auch fine- Energy: and Vitality by Purifying am expense. To do this we must be

had no more trouble with womanly takes that there will be no danger to< Enriching the Blood. When you flelllll: assured of an acreage sufficient to be for Same

wee ness. I have ten fowls' or wild birds picking it up. .,trengthenlug, invigorating effect see bow worth handling in this manner. Repairs

_ I children and: an able to do all These caterpillars can also be con It brings color to the cheeks and how At our next regular meeting we

l my housework and a lot outdoors rolled by dusting with lead arsenate, It improves the appetite you will then have such a proposition to lay beforeall t I

l I can euro! recommend using 1 part of lead arsenate to 4'parts Pl>recinto Its true tonic value. the farmers of this section. We DeWitt C. Jones

I Cardul." of thoroughly air-slaked] lime, drove's Tastelea. chill Tonic is slmpl hope you will all come and talk it over ,

Take Cardul today. It maybe pplied with a dusting machine Ton snd Quinine suspended in syrup Si with us at a open meeting Saturday,

just what you need. jltasunt even children like It. The blood Sept. 2nd, at 3 p. m.r at the Odd l Fellows -

4 At all druggists. i, Only One "BROMO QUININO" needl QUININE to Purify U ana IRON to Flail, Starke. Help yourself and STARKE, FLORIDAr

ro art the genie,cull lor full twin. I.AXAIVK Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs aDd community by attending.
KB 1IKOMOOUIN1NK.\ Lo.ktor.Ign.luno. l Vlp iterms by its Strengthening. Invtgor/ ASS'N.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAI'H. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE SEV: x

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n "i'l 1 I5 NOTICE: thn LfM-lllRtura OF ELECTION of 19.1 undo I I I i

.< i "four Ilion. of 1HHB.Joint of Rtwoltitlona the Stale of propnentonls Flu,,:EJ: ; W. C1'd D. COLUMN you can have a ::;'III

I. / to the Constitution of thMn I : Beautiful I ....
r o nod tltn name wcro agree',d .
f three-fifths of all the '
mrI.
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ii. each house ;' tliat. the sal MI JI.\IUIFLI. EFFECTS; OF LKU'OR ComplexionNeck

Riilolullons wero entered upoilournnl 3 i DISCUSSED -- and Arms1'op
*, with the yens am
mil, they did determine nml ill i- THE SOIL
mid Joint Resolution' lio .u M," laun.illa Balm .
Ir" .'iKctoni of tho Stntc' nt. th.." I lw \ ben ithttmlly 7j P,
'.( .it In November 1922 Preponderance of opinion against.! yea: uvaJ.r nl uxrae. I i tv
IIERBFORIS.' 1. H. CLAY CRt W cohol dourly marked Remover frcctJcs, erup- ,
,jplary of 8lnt' or the Slnte o f the lis'u"tj'" tMns, sunburn tenmake .il
iioifby give notice that a which took place at the rlottni-< <"i- ; akin like velvet

KNER\L; ELECTION: Ing of the British Medical AsMH-lati> \\
l m each county In Florida on Tues.rjreeedimr In Ilrunctlclutc, Pink Is the Source of
; ; thn A rnt Monday In No.. congress! Glasgow, according to en- .r nod Ki, Mslicd for iii'
\ D 1022 the mid Tuesday bulnt; Hie dispatches. and cliuik. Ski by j'ldinlrr '
.,
r dual from u>, <
KNTH DAY Of NOVEMBER Ten years ago: alcohol was certainly 75 CCIIta, IMiiloanl. >

.ilflcatlon or rejection of the anti,t: vrgnrdud! by Ilritl .h doctors I
t tiitlolia. .proposing. amendment tt, generally i
I'utlon" of the State of Florida. vim, ns a valuable stimulant but Dr.. Edward MagnoliaBalm All Wealth

Mc-llany professor
of rharir.acolojry '0
NT RESOLUTION: Proponing ailinem
) to Section 10 of Article: XII 1 at SheOleld()) University In nddressing -
,
CountItutlnn of the State of Florida, I,
,IK to, Education. !' the uatherinfdeclared( that LIQUID '

I Florida,:"olved. Irhet t by tha Leslnlature of the StnU, / the ward "stimulant" had become R'' Fact and

tbi following amendment to Sectionutirlo I misnomer, that it meant narcotic. Dr.l' TedI.rPOW..

: XII of this Constitution of thoi John T. McCurdy of Cornell Medical : DER =+ To promote the success and prosperityof
''stet i .' )f Florida" rotating. to education be.w ,. ri w
[ h Mime la hereby agreed, to and shall College, New York while .. .
i, "".Itt.ot! to the electors of the Stnte at refusing '| the farmer is the welfareof
.hi ,iwral election of representative. in 1922 i express an opinion on the merits of' .t, r y to promote

I I fo.flection.tnproval 10.or The rejection LnirlBlature I may provide, prohibition nevertheless designated f fy all mankind.

1 ire the division of any county or counties into, alcohol n poison which liberates the [I v.v.n t
school diHtrlcta and for
I ,convenient : the duo* I
I1 Ion biennially of throe school tr..t.. ..... who abnormal reactions and increases any !!
I '.ha!, hold thou oftlc. for two yearn, and who fundamental a'n The farmer cannot produce abundantly
.Ntlr
hall have the stipervuilon. of all the schools tendency to abnormality. I ,. Pith M NCf
J within lie district' and for the levying and Sir Frederick Mott of''
I1 ollrcthm. of a district school tax. for the ex* pathologist: if he is denied the fruits of his labor. f'
I elusivi. use nf publio free schools within thedistrict London County Council asylum, de-I '

..,' whenever thereof a that majority ray a of tax the on quall.lectors real.. scribed alcohol as a weed killer. ropean country. Sir George Toulm.n. That which makes for increased yield ; >I

?. ncnwnal property chill, vote in favor of C. Sullivan, medical superintendent of I| well known Liberal politician! speaking -
inch key' provided. thnt any tax nuthorlxcdh I
tins section shall not exceed ten mills on Brondmoor criminal lunatic asylum I as an employer said that not only reduced cost or more profitable return #

'h. dollar In ono year on the taxnhlort believed alcohol be excessive but even habitual (moderate .
to but
a nt'J'IiJ.tihlefll
if the district .
<,tor in causing[ insanity but an im- j ) drinking injured ciTU'iency.Tlie on the farm benefits the whole of society.

.JOINT RESOLUTION to Article! V of Proponing tho, Constitu-. an'imnilment portant cause of other mental disor- II I proceedings ended with a resolution

m diri-ry if the Department State of Florida. Ruliitlio. to the tiers and of grave antisocial conduct. '' requesting\ the association's It is claimed that the variety of services I

i '; Ke-olved by the LeRrlRlaturtf of the State It produces "an unsound mind in an counsel to assist in a further inquiryinto ;

!net, Florida the :following amendment! to Article unsound\ body." Dr. Edgar L. Collis the effect of alcohol as a beverage delivered bya Fordspn Tractor covers approximately f

Hit Conatitiitlnn of the Slate' of Florida I of the Welsh. National School of Medicine l- !I I on the individual and the community.
to the Judiciary 100 activities.
ire Department to beml.Till Certain it is
Section 43: of said Article V, tw and asserted that industrial accidents ,

\.111.001, mint' to is the hereby electors. agreed of to the and state" chill nt then be varied( in proportion to the consumption I I. TJ. A. NOTICE Davis, Jr.OF, mnyor ELECTION of S.nrko. Flor- the tractor settles labor problems and l

-at election to be held, on the fin..t 'r", ..- of alcohol, and the time was cooling (Mil' by virtue of tho authority vested In mn
,m titer the first Monday In November A. by Inw. do herrhy call nn election. to ho hold
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and na the business of any circuit re example : TUESDAY. SEPTEMHKK 12. 1022 ,
res provide for the appointment of nne or where prohibition appears to be for the purpose of electing, tho foliowiiifc ofPl- i '
Aililitloniil! Circuit Judge for such. Cir- I corm In line with its fixed policy of rendering
Each such additlnnnl Circuit Judge shall associated with greatly improved industrial Ono Mayor. ; 't
.,iKilnted by the Governor" end confirmed 1 One Clerk Trc aurer and Tax Collector,
he: Senate., and hold office for six years, efficiency. Dr. M. Ilindhede, Ono Marnhnl.Three every possible service; to the farmers of ,
i1 hell receive the sumo salnry and allow. of Copenhagen discussed!' the surprising Alilprmon. .11
ncii for expense aa other Circuit Judges. .1 Ono AfUHwaor.Innn Bradford
'I, hall have all tho .powers. and perform all effect of war-rationing (which included '." 4i.ni of said eK-cttoni. A. W. AmlcrM County this Bank will co-op- ;
duties. that. are or mny be provided or0'1'11.,1 A H. Johns, Julian ... Peek. i
i by the Constitution. or by. statute restricted consumption of alcohol I In .testimony who roof. I hereunto ulworlna with the local
Circuit and "concern ). The ra.e of mortality dropped ] my nnme and carne the t-fih of the said town crate Fordson dealer to aid '
Circuit. Judges shall applyltoOhim.. Whcrr 'I I In he hereunto fixed( this 9th day: of August,
there are two or more Circuit Juiti, ... from 12.5 to 10.4 per 1000, tho 1922. farmers in Fordson Tractors.
.minted for a Circuit the business mny ho lowest in FII.I I (Snap L. A. DAVIS JR., purchasing "
hoisted. among the Circuit Judges having jurisdiction figure ever registered a 8-l-Gt-U-t Mayor of Stark, Fin.NOTICE .
: in the Circuit and In any County in 0
the Circuit aa may be prescribed by law and u. __ .__ .. .I,
chew no provision has been made. by, law i
lu distribution of the business of the CircuitSetueen
the d '' of the Circuit, and The Town Council of SI"k.. Florists .a a hoard of .0..lIxalion. met for the purpose of I IE.
rel'.lttt: section 87 of the Cedlfed nrdln.n of the
if any County Circuit and the allotment I equalltine the a..m..nt 011. as provided by
or assignment of matters and cases to Town 01 8lar..... It-bride. and changed the vii uatl..n at the following properly, towitsRAISFO Bank of Starke'l

lie heard decided" ordered tried decreed. or.dju.od.
). shill bo controlled or made when
necessary. by the Circuit Judge holding the Description 8. T. I{. Owner From TeLela
commission earliest In d..",. No additional 1 II R 1 6 ilk 1 Davis Tru.
Circuit Judge or Judges shall be- authorised lye add. __ __.__________._...__28 6 22 A Z Adkin __.________...19119 110011 I ,
to he appointed" In a .Circuit having leas than 1 A known a. the J G Alv.ret'. '
The Bank of Service
"0,000 Inhabitants by the Inst rcdvral or Slate residence,. hark In NW\4 of SW'4 Helpful .
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census occurring' next before the paamige of south of. Motion. 1'1. ex one lit
in W ('or 1:14: It N&Sby 80
the law for his
Legislature or their appointment.. The ft E W _____..___..__.-___._28x6 22 J W AnOlrowi. Jr. _________.8170 400)111k "
Inw for
the appointment. may repeal.of any Additional providing' Circuit 29 In rill To..n __ ____________2R 8 22 J W An"r..w. Sun ____.__.IR80 5010Lot. S. MATTHEWS President (1 (). C. WHITE Cashier
'Judge, additional! Circuit an II R IIIk 2 In J D. Jones Add .28 1n 11 W AIY...... ____________.1180 1500Lnta
or Judge for Circuit

a
hut ahuch 2 1 Ik 1316 orlff town __._-28 8 22 .J W Alv..r.. ------------------soon 87RO
salary and jurisdiction repeal. shall of not a Judge attest holdnir theterm 1'.on81 .. ....____________________________ S L Alvaro _____________ 100 IISO
Lila it12&5ft1.t4of Blk II
an appointment. 1. T & Ca add _.._______.__.__.2S 8 22 A 0 Andesn ______________ ROO 1000Penonel .
t JOINT RESOLUTION rroposinir. anAmendment -_________ A 0 An.l..u _____________ 1100 480 5'
Lots 8 1 &. N'" 1.1. G 8 Dr Blk
tie Constitution'lo Section of the.1 of Stnto Article of. Florldii.XVI( of A .Tons ad,1 ,_______._ ._____2s 6 22 E L Riggs ._..______.--.8000 87110 _. Is f
Ilk 8 ex Lol. 66 7 8 and Ilk 4ix I
Relating to the Time of the Payment of Lola G .6 7 8 In Alvarec's MASTER'S SALE NOTICE OF APPLICATION' FOR TAX DEED) NOTICE OF SALE

1'.Snlnrlta of State Olflccm.I' _-28 .6 22 Fred leek" .._._.____.___.14GO 22GO Hereby notice .IM given that under sod by UNDER HKTION: fin IIP. 'I UK Notlro la hfix-liy given lo all persons Inter.estel *
It RttolvcKl by the Lctcutlnturc "f the State 91.1 A on N situ of SE1'4 of SE1xnr : virtue of tlint: certain find ili. "' roe medu and .KNr.llAI HTA1UTKHIlvrt'liy I In the estate of William C. Powell Into

.r FloridatThat II": '" __'''___--__--______ 6 22 H Y Drown __._._________ son 1200Pmnonnl entered" on the 28th day of July. A. l>. 1UU2, notice .la given I Unit I It. W. Mnore.puixhiwifr of Bradfordniinly, Klurldn.. dmeaaoil ; That
the following amendment to Section 3 Irown Inn by the Ifinoralile' Danifl A. Simmons, juilxa of lax aulu ccrtlflcatfs nuinlmredrranoetlvely I I. Florriirc K. .Powell||. luunltun of MarthaFlim 0
err'Uti.Article. XVI, of tin' Constitution of the Pereonnl I : : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: t Xt Itrynn: .:::::::=:::::lm 2200 of the Circuit Court of Ouval county. .Florida, a4ll.!! 2DII, 27J and lino. ISHIIIH! by of Florida( relating to the time of the I''munul ... _._____n-_______.____?___ Con.um Lumber Co. -.8600 000014n. acting for and instead of the Judge. of the the 'tax rollpcUir I of Hrndforl: aiiunty. FloriilH.suld ; : will on Relstembrr mho IU'41!. nt 10 o'clork In ,, ; p
.inyment of the salaries of Stnte offlcvera la 8 4 7 Ilk 117 I. T Coa Klirhlh: .liidiclal Circuit of Florida. who wa.dIMIII..llflod. -rtincat4 .Icing dnU'il: AUK. -. Win. has 'tin mornltiv iipply" to liiinorahle It. A. Oreen. b {

'oc rely agreed to and chili be aiilimitted, to add ____.__.__....______._.___2R 8 2i R J .I..non ____._.___..__ 280 R80 l, in that' certain cause of I'' 'vral lllr.il' said ciitlflciil, In my. olTloe mid. has o County Judge of Bradford County, Florida, at ( '
electors of tho Slate for adoption' re. ilk It 7emnl.. add -------------0 8 22 Eunice E Canova ____._______8370 876tJ Land link uf CoTutnblni a eoriorntlnn.| Iscomplnlnnnt. niniti, al'I.II..oll..n t > for tax deed to issue" In ncuurdunue the mmMlmuse' In 8tarke, for an ordnr to sell tf1e
ctlon .
at the next ircniirnl election of swore.to One lot In Cont..n odd, 1 bollnd..dfI and Idnlla llslllnuer rt nl are with Inw. at' ,private or piiblla. sale, all the right title 1
;r.. a''I1'o; : y'y'.1: \ In the I year A. O. 11)22 by land 01 M..... Rhllff..r. N by tlio'dofendnnta.. the undersigned will otTfr for Mild ccrtlllcntt respectively cniUisrtis thafollowlntr ami lnt >r<.it of Mnrtha Florence I'uwell and 4'
section shall be amended rnll St. F. hy Ian" nf Ilrmingway. sal.. and will sell|| for cash to the highest and lanils l In Uritdfnrd county, riorlda.I i I IaMimsed Willlnm. C. Powell Jr. minor heir of the ,
i Section rend an follows : W by land or M roo Chase _.28 8 22 C P, Conn F..t.. _____.______ POO 1500 beat bidder In front of tha courthouse door In at the data. of the Issuance of. such said William C I'owi.ll, di-crasoil. In ansi| lo thafollowlnir r
3. The salary of every officer ahnllIx. Lot 2 Ilk 1 orl" town .?.._..___.2 .6 2:1: .J F Canon ____.__b22M molt atarke, llrndford' county Florida on Monday ccrtillcalee. In the names rennif,,llilyertlruf.. nitmotl. penonnl' fimiMirty. and let I I
'Ion.payable monthly upon his own raiulKl) '.rental __ _____ --________.__ "rlffln .lohne ______.__.121100 unoo the 4th day of September, A. l>. 1522!! tar particularly set forth "' -...It : estate l sltualvd. In Bradford County rlorlila.towlt ,t
Lola 1 I 1 Ilk 8 T..mpl old ..28 6 22- III", Minnie E Griffin -------2260 28:10W' ;: during tlio, Irxal flour of sale, for the purpose Certificate No. 244 rmliran Northmxt : *
Lots 1 II 8 Ilk 2 Wnn'. of .ntlsrylnir the anul, Dnnl di.>ormt, the Quarter of Sniithiwit Qllnrh'r.I/ A In KKx.r. Block Four Five. 81* and Ton. except three +g ,
\ JOINT RESOLUTION Proimslnu anAmendment odd _. .__nhn._________ R A (1..n !._______________ 7GO lUfl following. dinorlbed real estate lying. and, boo ( .. K.-.,. 84. Tp. 8, S. R. 22 E.. US acres, as.s hundred. and flft< >n fm't past: and Went by 1
to Section 1 of Article VIE ofthe Ono lot lid itN&Sby210ftsl ln.. In Bradford ".sntv. KloHdn.' towlttBevlnnlnir <*>...1 l K T. Urlirla.'t Two Iliindr-d and. ten fat North and Mouth al
Constitution of tho State of Florida.. 1 & \IV "un.b.d .J hy RBnd.on 1 at the Nortlirn-t corner nf the ( rt Ifloutr N... 260 embraces. Niirthwmttimrtor In the Houthwmt\ ('inner. nn,| belonging. to '
Relntinn. to Censtla and Apportionment and lane. N by land ot Alva...... S Southwest' QimrU'r of Northrnnt tjuiirtnr' ofSittlon of NorlhuaHt Quarter soil! North Half' M. 1C. ohlirch:: :iSmith Mrs. II., C.: Dodd and s
to Number of Members of tho Sonata1 and by Ifnyt street n ___ -.---.------- 8 22 Mrs 'If .1 Green ____...?___ 750 1180 Twenty-two Towimhlp rive South. of Northwi.-t i Quarter. :Nee 211, Ti I>. 7. S. R. Mrs. A. I.. 1o4lwln, and Hlimk Fourteen. and 5
.f the House of ItepreitentnUvvs. Lot 1 Ilk 1 .1 D Jones-add ______. .29 .6 2:1 F C Hollln..wurth ________ 180 600 tame Twenty-two Rant run thenro Westtwentynit 22 K.: K l noraiwneiipd Paul Bros.OrllflriiU. Mouth llnlf Block Klfhvn In Kast: I..wl..y. lo-
He It Ken.lved by the. Legislature of the State Lot .r land U6 ft E & W bv 140ft and two-thtrila tile thence South N.,. 274 i-mhrs-iw Emit Half of latest In rlnotlon Twvnty-lhn.ii.. Also ttm. East
nf Florida' i West and guulhwre Qunrtrr of Northwest Quarter half the H..lh..t Quarter of the North- h
N & S, Bounded! E by stye Sby sixty roils, thence ftfty-thn on. f of
That the following proposed amendment! to Crutehfiold -- .-__--_---_.-_28 6. 22 Mrs Mar\ F. n..I..p' ______ 180 220 third rod to West line of sail. Quarter Sve- Six ItH, Tp. 7, a. It. :22 B, 20 'acres, assessed i Wet <}iinrtiir of the HoutheSHt Quarter of
Section 8 of Article VII of the Constitution Personal. --__________.___. ___--..____:.-_ III... Mary E 11..1.101' ______ 20 ftn tlon. there South twenty roil to Hotith line ./ II. Wilson.Vrl Siouan wenty-elx.. ...1In\ 'lovvnshlp' FiveKoiith "
of the State of Florida, rotating. to census and lots 2 4 -6 -tl ilk 88 Johns nil __0028 6 22 IIIn a A Oeyna -----------1800 22611 of said Quarter "Section" thence, Kant: eighty. ( ideate No. 2MO rmhrarre beg. at Quarter Range Twnnly-lwo Kasti
apportionment and to the number of trio.lerre One 10 tin Cooks-vs adtl bounded 1 reds to Eat line of said Quarter fWtlon.thunro. See linn or One-half mile post on N. line of All that piiraonal "properly consisting of
of the Senate and of tho House of Kepreaentatlvca fI bY' Mullaon ".. F. by Court North niwhty roil to point of beginning. ; and SIM. :2 and run H DO dfiinuw. E. 1HH ft for a. IIIIMI. *. .barrulH. still H.tures live stock tool. iiI
bee and the same Is hereby nirroedto SL. N by land of J W Andrews startlnit. ,.1. Maui' nt iHilnir. 00 ft from centerof cotninUsary." siiaiitlMi. wagons. ...hll..., bar n
and shall be submitted to the electors'' of & Son. W b" Innd of M r. Johns 28 .6 22 W II nnyn..... -__ ----------2000 2260I alsoThe Went Throe-Quarters. of Nurthwr.1Quarter Ky. track, thence S. U41dtiirrera( K parnl- n..... Includlnir. all that certain property, nam 4 is
the state of Florida for approval or rejection Lute \ 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 ot 111k tvf Houl.Ill-nut' Quarter of Section Tw.-... pet I with Ity. 811 l ft.. thence N ftft4a\ degree Jr.. ud and set forth In that certain. tnorttiaire, 0
ta the next General Ejection: of Iteprenenlntivea 4 at eat.n.I.1' on F.n.ey map 0028 .5 22 Mnt M K lIull __?_------8760 41110 ty-two, Township live Houtli, Range Twenty- : 40 ft., llii.nim. N. Sl'xj drur-v. tVi.t; 'fill ft., ilul-.l March ., 1022. given by W. C. I'ow.nan i
to be held on the fist Tuesday afterthn Com at NI.J Cor of Lot 7 Dlk 14 two KOMI: containing fifty acre*, more or thence S 0111y diems VV. 411 ft, of hric ,' J. A. Howe to the OMipwilluaU.I. Naval
first Monday. In November In November.. &. run West M ft .J 22 ft. N I.... In Northwest Quarter, of Norllteaitt Qititrter.Kit. HI<..... Compnny a corporation which said| 7, M i imortgag.
A.;..Pe'.JD ; t rttl la to say, that Section S of 261.(0( n. E 83 ft S 68i4a ft to A. 8. CRICWS. 2, '!'p. 8, H. It. 22 K, ae.seem It. M Kinir.IJnliiw being on the 22nd lny of March 1t
Vii o Constitution of FloridaShall hu _ __ -. .--___.211 d. 22 Hoover Dross. --------------20n0 2700 Special Master t In Chancery.D. paid rertillcau shall ho rwd.*eniedaroonUnir IIU2.: mmnliil. I In MortvaKe Hook. No. I. at a u
be amen.lel 1 to read aa follow. t Lots II 10 &' 9' -8 n tt Lob 7 8 of E. KNIOIIT. I to la.... tax sliest will lame thenion Page 4 Section, 8. The Legislature that shall meet IIlk II In Jones add. _. .._h____ __28 8 22 lloover Bns 000 IS60 Solicitor for Complainant 8-i-5t-0-l on tint 4th lily nt Hfntrmher A. l h 192:1.: I'lorlilu. I
A. D. 1U..1.: and those. that shnll meet everyten Ones lot "m ot NE 'or of Call l Witness my official aiirnattire. and sval this M.OIlKNCn R' POWF.I.L: '
years thereafter shall apportion th.. rep* &. 1I..dw.y.. filM pin N PO ft :ir.l ,|I".iy of August A. D. \U2t.i : Guardian nf Martha Minwnett; a'owrll l| and| WI). 4
rtwentation in the Senate' the whole numberof E lOll ft 8 nil ft to Can 51. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION I' ( W. AI.OF.ltMAN, '' Ham C. Powell Jr.. Minor Kelnt .f Wll- V ry

at the Hvnatora acme time not to shall exceed also apportion 88 members:: the rep and:* W lOG rt to bell ____._______._28 .6 22 M" Alice ltumihrey111011 2250 In Circuit Court Slate Florists. Elirhth. .I Clerk IH.-iill 1 Clreult c..urtJi. \J J'ltr.k.mi'i'l.. : Fin. A. /liens. ADKIN3.C. Powell diseased., ,

The mentation. counties In having the. House hundred of Representatives.thousand. Personal 6 Ilk-1 1"1Ti'I; I _._.28 A :22 J J: line lraynes- :.:::::::::::::: 9eq 7110 icon 1201)Ind Judicial. Circuit. Bradford County.. In Chancery. H-4-fit-ll-l Deputy, Clerk." : AtUirnry for fiuqrdlnn. __ A-4-5t-ftl

more I shall one have four repreienta.tlvea or. I.\ R 7 8 Ilk 1 nrlg town .______28 .6 211 rica H..I..II _____________ 7GO 1200 A. D. Andrews. Jr. .
each population; thousand:; One lot boun.le.1 E by W B Haynes Complainant.I ;; OllhKIt) FOR PITIIMCATION! !NOTKK OP API'MCATION FOR TAX ltfF.lt 1
and not I tho counties than having hundred thirty thousandpopulation N It" J W Andrew, .. Son W mKster I IImfond..nt. In Circuit. Court State of Florida Eighth UM" >KU' H '('TION >7' OK THE is t
more one by Men Shaper. S by Madison 8t.-28 : 22 M L JOhna --2000 Andrews. JiiiliciMl Circuit, Itrailford County: In Chancery (.KNr.KAI.; : MTATIJTKSHfrrby )
the counties shall have having three. ten Representativeseach thousand IIY.h.n".1 Tot J BIk 87 Johns add : -28 22 D C Iona:: : :::::::::::::::: m ( notice i. .given that Krrol: Alvarea "

and not than thirty thousand Personal --- ------- ------ ------- n C Jones .____________8260 8760 It ....... by affidavit appendml the Irma Haen ComitlalnanUv. purchaiHfr. of Ta* Sale Certificate nnmliered. ) '
population ahall more each. Lob:: 6 6 i part; of Lob; 6 i-6of bill Shan] the ahove'.t.ted cause that Ester 4 i '' iH. Issued by the tax coll.-jtor of Bradford
All countlea having have two less representative than ten thousand BIk 15 orb town _--_---_?-.-28 6 22 D E Knight _________._8000 17GO mines the drfunrfunt therein' named la anunmiilent O. D. Ma-en. Defendant. County, Florida. said certificate .being dated.
five handftodIOpul..llon ahall hay. Part of Lota 2 .. 4 BIk 16 on Nids of the rltate of Florida and. she. i I IIn apneannir by affidavit appended to the Auuiist o 2. I"20, has Iliad said certificate In ray ? ,
Representative
on.
each. The basis of apportionment of Call 8t known as 8lark. a rwildi-nt of the city of Ashevllle.) 8tate of'' hll'lt filed In the ahove-atabid eauMl that O. B.Ifasnn office and h... made applicationor tax deed. i ito
as provided for In this amendment shall be goo.. --.------..-- __..-211 : 20 D F. Knight. ____-______1700 8000 North Carolina and la over the site of twentyone the defendant therein named la a non .issue In accordance with law 8ald certificate ) 1lr's
Lit. 8 4 BIk Temples add28 22 D E Knight _____ boo 1110One it la therefore ordered that said I Inonroidrnt enihrac the following. landi in Brad
the Federal C.e.. next preceding. the apportionment t. : \ -------- years t resident of the state of Florida, and Is a i
made by the Legislature. Every bnun tr i : by Iroe'twaySt. defendant be and .la hereby reriulred ,r> malilfnt. of another state than. the State of ford County Florida assessed at the date ofthe yJi1
County shall have at leant on. Representative. N b" old tmunty jail W b" to appear. to the bill of complaint filed Florida, that he believes that the said defendant Issuance. of sail, ( certificate In the name
The Governor _.... Christian St, S by land af III L in maid cause on or bofu.Iond..y.! the 4th la rmldi-nt of the State of Ohio and la hereinafter particularly" set forth towltt
ahall. by special a
_.._______..__211 8 13 ,
__
I I
to each Rouse at the appropriate session of Johns. R P Jones __uu______ G30 7111J day of Ss'ptomh.r, A. D. 1923. otherwise the I over the awe of twenty-one Tan I It .b there 0 Orttnrata No. Sits embraces the S I '/_> eorvsof i
4 -" W end or 8 \S4of of SW1,4J' .. the following dMicrfhed .
the Legislature, direct the attention of ....b allegations of said bill will be taken eon fore ordered that said non-reaidunt! defendant pine' of land to-
to the NW -28 6 22 T N K.n..ck. _____.__11G0 J OIJrt finned. bysaid defendant.It ha and he .la wile tier at a folios 210 ft 8 of NW Cor of
lhi..mesdmeat hereby refiulred to to the
:.itajj. '' aht Lot 8 10 -ft- ; k 1.P.52i appear ,Northwiist of )
order be Quarter
the : I. Globesnniesd that this o lIoulh..t Quarter AI y
Legislature shall meet A. D. bill of complaint filed In said :)
Ii: .. W In NW Cor of .am. PUb-1 eauae on or .I run H 7 chains,
1923. lished. once a week for four consecutive I I 8fII" 81-100 chains. N
or any succeeding Legislature that shall .. iii ft Lot 8 Huh 20 prig before Monday' the fourth lay of HiipUifnher.A. 7 Hit-loo W
10' gl-lflu
II chains
: ..
llradford T.Icxr to
? meet In the County ph a newspaper : :
every ten year there after. shall refuse -28 .6 \Z D. ISIS otherwise the allevallona of said Nnrthwr.t .
town G C Livingston _____ sing In Quarter of
------'----- 17110 8260 published In sail county and slate. Southeast p
I er fall to I
th. In the
apportion representation --rc-i; bill will be taken aa eonfi.s.d by said defendant. ,
l. ii &, fro InCwkeys >
tots 14 r. H-e. 28. Tp. R. E. I
Tha August L 1,22. acres aeees
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!" herein Senate and In the. House of Repnwentatlves as add __________?___._28 .6 21 Mow Kca LivlnlCIIton ___37fto 4ftnll G. W. ALDERMAN i I Ipuhll..hrd 'led I' Unknown. .. I I
provided It .hall be the of the
duty ., old.211 It la further ordered that thIs order be ,, Unless said certifies shall f '
H D MOSt Clerk be emedaccordlntf
1200 CI.1t Court
i I Governor cial Session to convene the the Legislator la Spe- rna \\.B: lkI8BlnTR.n Cos :ald28: : :: H 0 Mann : :=.;=::::=::: Au0 900 19..1)) By C. ". KNIGII'r once a week for five consecutive. law tax diHHl will issue. M1
for of such
L apportionment purpose : making\ Personal -______ U D Miner _____, --1Au111 2251)'Personal E. M. JOHNS Deputy CI..k. wake In the llradford County. Telegraph aaewspapwr on the llth day of ...... A. U. t".
Sand by communication, and by to .public.eh House proclamation direct. __.._____.______-._______ Luvenia Morgan __-____ 60 70 Solicitor for Complainant S-4-6t-/-lNOTICF publishMl, In said eounty and sUte. Wltn. my official .I..n.tlr.. and Ill: thIs
to 2&4HIk This -Sth of July. A. D. IVJ2.O. .
. the Lots1&S&E4Lots. \ day ,o 10th day of A A IV42O.
T U"lt.
"-f the attention amendment of each House to the provisions 2G orlll town ___...28 8 22 vita. vs- Morgan ___._._..21"11 27011 W. ALDERMAN I W. ALDERMAN'
II I i See. 2. That and tots I & 3 Bile lY orlor Gown ______28 : 28 C F Parse ._-------lsnoo uonll OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED ) Clerk Circuit Court. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford. County, Far* "
all of the
h[Constitution in conflict any with provisions. Lots :9 4 Bile 21 Johne aid ___28 22 W Jf s.-ti __._______?U5f1 18011 UNUKK HKTION: 179 OF THB FLOYD fiREEN.Solleltor Ida. I r
land the hereby this.provision bet t ,a v 4 s SIlk yg .,rig been _____.28 6 22 .I E Robinson _______-----.1600 1800 GENERAL STATUTES for Complainant. 726ttl. '' ((1.1) 8-ll-at.-.
same are t.pe.l.d.Tb. On. lot 2811of.. n N .. S by 210 Notice la hereby given that L. B. McOIII. 1
I. E .& W. bn..nd.d E b" Sander purchaser. of Tax. Certificate NO). 2HD.\ dated I NOTICE BBIDGB rONTRACTORS"!. I I MASTBR'S SALE
J, votes Mat In compliance with aald pro. the 2nd flay of August, A. D. 1D20, has Died .
land of ALAlvare. Healed
son lan..Sae by p roposala for building a bridge' over Notice la hereby given that under and by
/Posed amendmenta, and the ... .
and returns thereof shall.n.be ..abjecWdto decKrkItlon. -. 'A N by Pratt St ..._____2_ R 2\1 lIfr A.Ia Saar. ________1011II I nil said certlflcat. in my office and has mad.ap.lIr.tlnn the1 Santa P. river on the LaCmssellrookerrtrnd virtue of that certain final decree of fore. 1 '
} the mrulationa and Iota I I Silk 'l Temples add ___._28 S II Canda' nil ('.... ._ ___1100 1880 for tax deed to Iseue {In accordance i' will be received by the Board of Bond o".lr" made and on July' 24. A. D.
; provided came by law for rsatrictiona mm see Personal _.____.____________ Standard Oil Co. ____ ROil lilli" with law. Said eertifleate mh.th.. TruaUee of Boil: and louse District i No. I. 1OTby Honorable.n".1. Judge of the t d
4 dtata of Florists general election I In the P.non.1 __....____.._.________._____ Southern Bell Telephone Co.__ 140 1200 following dwcribnl' property, situated In Bradford Alaehua County, Florida, and the Board of Circuit Court In and for Lo.n& .... County. y /
bounded! E M L lohno. ..,unt". Florid., _wit I Bond ., of J
IN TESTIMONY One lot by Bradford County Florida, Florida. In certain .. wherein theBradford E t ,
WHEREOF tha
't W M... Lot 4 Btion 21, Tp. II South Range 22 tA
I have hereuntoaet S by Madl..n St. by at the olflma of said board a ntil 12 :00 o'clock a corporation. eom.plalnant .a
f i i and affixed the Great my Seal handi of c......... N by C P C..n hit: _?.28 I 22 Mn Mary. P. Sheff.r.19&0 2210 Kaflt. 84 acres. M. Tuesday, the Sth day of September, A. O. and K I.nk.. ." and Mrs.I Bell.tlnann y' 1.'
(Seal) the State of Florid., at Talla. Wty NEi4 E.for NE14 The said land being aaaewed at the ilea IV22.The his, ...i and W. H Johnson Company .
hsjeee, the Capital this. the & w4 of ;; NE::14"t_..-- --28 R 22 R M Thom. _______1AM22110 of the Issuance of such ...tWoa.. In the name bond trustee will furnish the maUrialailelivered a ." .alon. and VfrvinlaCarolinehemleal
twenty-nfth day of July. A. D. t: B2 Ilk' 81 ; 1t2r8v'4; '- -28 6 II .1 0 Turner -..,.-____ 111110) of Unknown.Inlese ) at the bridge site. The contractor' <' a euriioration. .r ife.fendanta. .f d
BIk said e-rtlfleate shall he redeemed aaeordlng -
19211. ) will be required. to furnish all labor, beta and the unilersluneil' will offer sale ,, I Icad
H. CLAY CRAWFORD. 3 Dowling. add __u_.__________.2 6 12 R A Thom. __....____._ 200 430 to law tax doeil .will Issue thereonon 'euolfment neesesary to build said' bridge will-sell for cash lo the hliihnet and best i
,
1-4-141-11-1 Secretary of State. 2 A in NW Cor of BE'" of SE)44 the U.b day of Hrptember. A. 0. 1922. Plan and speBifleatlone may be seen at th. bidder in front of the courthouse hoe ,in ,
.. 8 eons In SW Cor or NE'4' Witness my official, algnaturv anj sal this office of the Board of Bond Trtaiti-j. of Bradford rltarke. llradford County.. Florida, on Mislay I
of S&4' _-?___29 II 22 R A Thmn. --- AMY 7Sq the llith day of August A. D 102.O. County. Starke lorlda." or at the eMw the 4th slay e( OerHemher. A. l>. IX2 I '
NOTICE: TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS Iota S 4 Blk 2 Aieamw all ____._u .6 U Mro Louise. Villow-_-__-_-_-J200 1600nl W. ALDERMAN. of the District Engineer: Room 8, Baird Bldif.. the least hone of sale for the purpose desy
All persona Indebted" to the estate of dfttntSehleieh. S A SW Cur of NWIA of SWy Clerk Clrauit Court. Bradford County, Florida. Gainesville Hortda. Satiafvlnir said final followlnif
late of Bradford County. Fiends I Iw loa in Wynn. al _-? .-.2I R 22 Mrs S S Wynn _.::..___ 5011 tot (Heal) II-IW..1I The an-Me..ful bidder will be minlreit. b. seribed: reel estate nd.fo'{ County. Flue
deeeaeitd. are requested to pay their :said debu I t Ina 8 S Hlk 13 orlg town ___28 8 22 A K Walt.. --_____.11100 111011 furnish a bond In the aunt of one-half of the Ida to-wlt: 1
forthwith. and all oeraons having elaineagainst Lou G S 'l Ilk 18 nrig. town .___218\ n M. Mary WQ_ ___ _--.1MIo 1"0'/' FOR MAYOR contract price.The The Southwret Quarter of the Sootheant
said estate shall nl. the sam.. duly { Lou 18 14 Hlk U Temples aid __2122\ RIW...... .______._1200 IA00 right la reaerveil to reject. any or all Quarter of Srctlon Thrty-three 'Mfll. IV >n-
authenticated. with the undersigned adminis Lou 6 7 Blk 1. T..pl. add ___ 6 22: bids. I
.28 .1 C Wilio --_____: 1300Aad chip Mix 1(1 South Itanice Twenty-two <*2I
tratrix within. one year from date hereof or C. L. Peek Is hereby announced a W R. THOMAS. Eat, eontalnlntf forty ((40)) aerea. more or
they will be forever barred. In eomplianee. with maid oNlnane. S he hoed. at a meeting to be huM Slept Alh, candidate for Mayor of Starke sub Chairman. Road and Hridve'. District No.' I. 1_. ('
Dated this nIb day of August 1922. 1022. will hear ee.ona teem the aforesaid p'y ownen. If then .be an". why the valise I AJachua County, Florida.K. D. E. KNIGHT. l
S
MRS. MAI BRYANdmlnlstralrlx thereon AI fixed. by the board shall be changed Ject to voters In the city election to S. \TTIIEW8. Special Maeler in Cb._.,..
/ of the Estate of Gee. Schleleh.ees.eed. Attest! : Chairman Baird of Bond 'z,..._. Bradford A. B. CREWS, St 4
.. S-ll-yVlO-i A. FUTCH Clerk DWITTcc.t;; : Roan'' be held Sept. 12, 1922. County Florida. (-11-31-8-25 I Solicitor foe Complainant. F-.-646-I


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; i .- BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 2:;, ((9-,,

PAGE EIGHT. ______ _._ ____n_ _____ ____--___ -- -
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expects to return home within the 'I

f : i ::: :::- -;- next few da .tI. I r; -=--==:::

r 1- -- Mrs. E. B. Murrhee and sons, of :


i i I I County News Items? 11) Tampa M.visiting Malphurs.; at spent the part homo of of last her we/k father hero, D. I Be Sure YourSIIOE


. Archie Waters and class of Pine

! i I I'acu'- -----= hilt), sang at the Missionary Baptist

:' Iil Interesting Gathered During the Week by Our church Thursday evening. Mr. Wa-

Regular Correspondents. ters Intended organizing a class here
'l 1 fri
' ___ but owing to the literary school] be-

i'' jJ 1 T -:-...-.--TI _ -- ginning Sept. 4th, and a few cases of

fi few weeks influenza at this time, it.was postponed. -
LAWTEY Saturday, after spending a
: Jesse Iteddish. They gave a number of beautiful -
I with Mr. and Mrs. S
of Max- selections] and everyone enjoyed ,
Wilkerson
Charlie and Int ,
Ii : Lawtey, Aug. 25.-D. W. Purvis, of them. I
ville, were business visitors to Law- Are LeatherI
:LI Ocala, was a visitor hero Saturday.
tey Saturday.
born to Mr. and LAKE BUTLER
\ A daughter wag
hi
/ Henry Hudson, of Clay Hill, was a
:' I Mrs. W. II. Edward August 16th. business visitor to Lawtey Saturday. *
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."I' MiBB Mabel Edwards visited relatives Miss Corinne Lang, of Clay Hill, Lake Butler, Aug. 25.-Mr. and Mrs It Takes Leather to Stand the Weather
Clarence Johnson and daughters, of
I last week.
in Jacksonville
: visited Lawtey Saturday.
Trenton, visited friends in Lake Butler .
Miss Joyce Terry returned home on i Mr..and Mrs. J. B. Dye and son, of
t i \ last Friday.Mr. Through experience most people have learned that buying shoes
to
,; Saturday from Jacksonville where she Jacksonville, spent the week-end with poor save
and Mrs. Bruce Warren, of
i has been spending about two weeks Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.Miss Dukes, motored to Lake Butler Tues money is like stopping the clock to save time.

''j with relatives. Enza Blanchard returned to

", ."j. Edward Marr and sister Miss 01- he rhome Saturday from Jacksonville I day.Mrs.. Julian Loadholtz and baby returned The unseen integrity o( "RED GOOSE" and our other ALL LEATHER''

lie of Maxville, visited relatives in where several she has weeks.been visiting relativesfor to Jacksonville after a visit SHOES makes a safe Shoe Insurance for every buyer. So thoroughly do I


!P1''JJ : Lawtey Tom Andrews Sunday. and son, of Raiford, with 'relatives.Mrs.. know of the honor of Friedman-Shelby's "All Leather" Shoes that I have

( ,, were visitors to Lawtey Thursday. BROOKER was a guest Forrest of Drawdy Mrs. A., C.of Strickland Five Mile, placed before the buying public the following pledge of quality :

Mrs. Rosa L. Hamon, of Jacksonville Saturday..

1 is spending a few days at her Brooker, Aug. 25.-Cleo Jones, who Lloyd Johns of Pine Hill motored
( ,
Hummer home in East Lawtey. has been visiting relatives here for to Lake Butler Monday.Mrs. $5.00--Five Dollars -- $5.00 -- Cash and a new pair of Shoes

Mrs. J. L. Allen was a visitor to some time, returned to Columbus, Ga., I B. Max Wilson arul sons, Per- \ ,

!; ;1,4 Starke Monday. of Green Tuesday. Lemuel, where Colson he is employed.Dr. and of I' nell and Warner, of Ocala] are visiting Will be given to the who finds PAPER in theheels
:: I Mrs. Martha Hopkins, family, friends[ in Lake Butler this week. wearer counters, outsolesor

I' ,1: Cove Springs, was the guest Sunday Mt. Dora, spent the latter part of last Mrs. C. L. Varnes and son, Claude, insoles of any shoes bearing the Friedman-Shelby trade mark.I .

of her sister, Mrs. David Durban, in week here visiting relatives.W. visited relatives in town Sunday. '

Lawtey.Dr. M. Waldo of Cooter Pond, was The Woman's Missionary Societymet sell and recommend the above shoes.

,h, Haynes, of Starke, was a visitor transacting business here Thursday. Wednesday afternoon at I 5 o'clock

,' :: here Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Surrency ana son, of Miss
", Miss Ina Rogers returned to her Bradford, were here Thursday after Marshall Proctor, presiding. The One STARKE
i'
; Misses Omie Scarborough and Hen.
C L
,( home In Palatka the first of the week, noon. rietta Padgett visited friends at Miller Price Store HODGES FLORIDAPiles
j f after upending several days at the Fred Hazen and Lewis Shriver were this week. .J

home of her aunt, Mrs. B. L. Blnn- in Starke
:, :, Friday Hal] Maines spent the week-end at ,
chard. J. C. Cone Wednesday -
spent morning
tho
4 Miller guest of Wilbur Brown. 'J
I Miss Mattie Harley, who is a nurse / in Gainesville.

1 1.1 .0. o. T ..!,_,_ .k ._lo1.... Tn._.la.... ,,;lln.. I M. _..1 M_ P M' D..P..4. _" Misses Mildred R.oberts. Odessa ':
a bI# J4UflV C .uDI" p v. 'm., '
; Langster, motored to Miller Sunday
t' is spending her two weeks! vacationat little daughter:Juanita, ttdd services -I afternoon. Cured In 6 to 14 Day HAMPTON I R. A. Jones was a visitor to Gra.

II, the home of her parents, Mr. and at Miller Sunday. Mlslle 'Ruby Proctor and Norma De- Dru-Mlnts refund mnney 1f PAZO O!! T"rNT! : fall I ham Thursday.

Mrs. A. It. Harley. Mrvand Mrs. L. L. Godwin and chil. kle visited relatives at Five Mile Sat- 10 infumHly cure Itcitiuit.ictieve I Mhncl trchtnjl rlliMMltim Piles i or and Prntrudiijit o', win Pllui(tor Hampton, Aug. 25.-Miss Emma I Mr. and Mrs.\ W. Roberson and

j ''I; J. M. Bond, of Jacksonville, was the dren, of Alachua, spent Sunday herewith urday evening. -*tful CMHSD after th* ftrst RDplltMtlun.. Price 6'j( Hicks, who has been the guests, of Mrs. Charlie Ross were, visitors to

rt :''? t guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore in relatives.Mr. Mary Borum entertained a numberof HIGHLAND friends and relatives in South Florida, Hampton Bench! Wednesday.

East Lawtey. and Mrs. I. W. Plnholster and friends returned Saturday.Col. I Rev. Dock
f. at her home on Dekle street Crews will fill his regular -
: J. W. Barber visited relatives Misses Mana Andreu and Willie Mae
;': Mrs. : Friday evening at a dinner bell par- Highland Aug. 25-A very successful !. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, was a appointment here Sunday. Every.body .
I'-j in Macclenny last week. Oliver attended services at Sardis on
,' J revival meeting was held at the i business visitor here this week.E. : invited.E. .

::1 Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little ion, Leslie Sunday.Dr. i ty.Mrs.. Stone and children, Lottie, Ester Baptist churcK""last week, beginning! R. Poppell who has been teach. .'' D. Jones was a visitor to New

{.' of Starke, visited relatives here Mann and son, Howard of Lake I I and Maurice ]left'Saturday {morning Tuesday night and ending Sunday,. ing in South Florida, was! a business River Saturday.

r,' Sunday. Butler, were here Friday afternoon.Mr. for New York. Four were converted and two members visitor here Friday. Master Hichard Smith, of Haw
Mrs. H. B. to her Cason of LaCrosse transacting
f,_ Bennett returned was Math Dukes and Ardell Drawdy of came into the church by letter. Mrs. E. E. Morgan, who buried her thorne, i Is, here visiting friends
home in Jacksonville last week, after business here Saturday.C. .
/ Five Mile, were ]looking after/business I Rev. James F. Conway, of Greer husband in South Florida] last I
Sutur-
spending few days with relative E. Crosby, who is teaching near : ,
: ,,; 'J / in town Saturday.Mrs. Cove Springs, Rev. T. M. Carter, oi' | day, has returned to her home here. MILLER
and friends.Rev. New River the week-end here.
j spent W. F. Townsend and baby, Docto"s Irrtet' and Rev. C. E. Mose-" She has the

1'I E. D. Boyer filled his regular Wiley Thomas, of Cooter Pond, wasa Mary Naomi, left Tuesday morningfor ley, of Jacksonville, conducted the ser' community.Mrs. sympathy of the entire, I Miller, Aug. 25.-Rev. Parker, uf
I at the church last visitor here aturday.
I 1 I appointment Baptist a visit with her mother In Ten- vices. South Carolina, closed a series tl
... Sunday. Roswell Ward left Saturday for ,I F. E. Henry has'returned to
l ) nessee.J. Miss Lillian A. Mackery, of Carra. meetings at the Harmony Free Will
Miss Bussie of [ Jacksonville where he has to : I her home after a visit with her sister,
Terry, Jacksonville ,
gone
1
: ; R. Chastain and son, J. R. Jr., belle, arrived Thursday for a visit Baptist church Sunday night. Much'
"I at the home of her seek : Mrs. McNeally, of St. Petersburg.Miss .
spent Sunday employment.
"t parents were visitors to Lake Butler, motoring with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly] interest was manifested each service

0 Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry. The revival meeting began%Monday here from Lake City. and family. / Ina Rogers, who has been the Two were received in the church. *
I.
.! ; I Dr. G. W. Drown was a professional night at the Free Will Baptist church Miss Lucille Varnes, who is teaching Ellis McCormick of Manning spent, guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. B. Blan-! George 'and Harry Shallar, of Piw

1 t visitor, to Middleburg Sunday. Everyone invited to attend these school] at Five Mile, was a guestof several days here last week'attending chard, of Lawtcy, visited friends here j klence, were here on business Fridaj

: i "\ I, Penny Dinkins and family moved to vices.N. ser.// Miss Ruby Proctor Sunday. the meeting anti visiting friends.! on her return from Putnam Hall. I I Rev. and :Hrs./ Goodman, of South

::1 /, I r, Lawtey last week from Baker county T. Ritch, of Starke, was a Perbeth Williams entertained eight George Gong of Jacksonville, was O. Haynes has the large addition to j ji Florida, attended the revival] mectmt

".i 1'' and are lornted at the farm of Paul tor here Monday.Mrs. I girl friends at her home on Lake the guest of Melvin Prescott Thurs. i his hotel completed and it is not only i here last week.

.j ',,1. Dinkins, south of Lawtey. Connerly, of Bradford, is street- _Snturilnv_______. pvpnino_ _n___ *.. _After___u mnnv_n___. I an improvement to the town but a I! Sector Stokes and Denzil Thomu
; Bryant Reddish was a visitor to 'spending this week here with relatives. interesting games and a jolly good I day.Mrs.. Hardy Padgett and children, {I great accommodation! to the public. I! visited friendain Starke Friday aftp

j J, Jacksonville last week. 1 time, delicious fruit salad was serv I Hiram anI Alma] Mrs. Lennie! Pad- I j Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Starke, was !' noon.
Mr. and Ira of Green M. LUchneld. who had been ill
k .Mrs. Rivers ed. gelt and Ugan Padgett were visitors' a professional] visitor here this week. John L. Hannon, of Gainesville, Wh

Cove Springs; ,.were guests Sunday at for the past weeks with influenza, died Malcolm] Riherd has moved in to the 'I to Lawtey Thursday.Mrs. Mrs. J. H, McGruder was the guestof a business visitor here larlt week
; the home Mr. and David Dur- at the home of his I
of \Mrs. lust
Friday night Ball cottage owned by Mrs. Sprinkle. W. R. Wimberly, of Lovett, is her mother this week.A. Misses Henrietta Padgett, Virffit

: ( ban. son, C. F. Litchfleld, who lives near T. Dj-Proctor spent Sunday in Pa- j the guest of Mrs. II. C. Wimberly fora C. Durden, of Tampa, is the i' Thomas and Blanche Roberts of Luk
'I I Lonnie Prescott, of Clay Hill, was town. Mr. Lllchfleld was getting on I
latka. He was accompanied home by few days. guest of his brother, A. A. Durden, Butler, spent the week- 'nd with tht
visitor here and has been in bad health ,
in
'j a Monday. years, Mrs. Proctor, who has been visitingher ,: D. E. Bell, of Maxville, was a busi- this week. i Misses Carrie Belle and Pearl Brow*

,*" I.onnio Harley returned homo last for some time, but still his death mother, Mrs. Hatcher, of Dayto- ness visitor, here Tuesday. Mrs. C. E. Spencer and Mrs. Mary ': Bland! Matthews, of Bland, attendee

I weeK from Jacksonville whore he has came as a shock. Dr. Middleton, of na. ,, Miss Barbara Norman, of Lawtey, Geiger left Tuesday for High Springs 'church) here Saturday night.
I been about three months. attended him his ill. I
f employed Starke, during Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular returned to her home Saturday, after where they will spend several weeks. I J. J. Bielling, of Providence, passer
: Mr. and Mrs. Ury Gunter and little and all was done for him that '
I' I ness appointment at Brooker Sunday. a visit here with Misses Leona and B. C. Owsley, of Theressa was a'1 1 through here Saturday.Mr. .
: daughter, Dorothy, left Sunday fort human aid could l do. lIe was a member -, '
I Miss Mae McKinney, of Guilford, Thelma Griffis. business visitor here Tuesday. and Mrs Chester McLeod hav
:' ; Wauchula where he has secured of the Second Day Advent church i
,
a po spent Saturday and Sunday the guest Misses! Lillian Mackery and Beth Rev. Redgrave will .Breach at the i returned to their homes in Jackson
sill here and devout Christian. lIe
I. n.Mrs. was a of Mrs. M. L. McKinney, Wimberly spent Tuesday with Mrs. J. Christian church Sunday, mormng and' 1en ifille, after 'a {ihree weeks visit with
:'I j Enoch Griftta and daughter laid to rest Saturday afternoonat
,
/ was Oscar Rimes, of Worthington, was L. Strickland, at Clay Hill. e ing. j(1 i'riends and relatives 'in this section
I
T Miss Pearl friencU! in old Bradford Rev. Chas.
I are visiting : cemetery, '
business visitor to Lake Butler on George Wilkinson, of Jackson- Mrs.V.. B. Roper, of Jacksonville, 'They were accompanied home by Miss
week. McClelland the last sad
Jacksonville this
conducting
I ville the of Max Wimberly is spending this week with her mother
i Monday. was guest i Mma Douglass, who will spend sever
Carl Wooten visitor to Jacksonville rites. lIe leaves to his loss '
mourn
was a Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of Five Mile, Sunday. :Mrs. Elsie Sparkman, of Ilampton. i il days there with relatives.

r Sunday. several children, besides a host of relatives spent Friday in Lake Butler with rel H. C. Wimberly, Jr., of Sunnyside, I Eurie "Crqwn made a business trip
Miss Nolle Roberts visitor to and friends.L. .
: was a atives.T 1 spent the week-end here with rela. Mrs. W. L. Beasley, of Starke, has t o Lake Butler Friday.N. .
Starke Sunday. Maines, of Louise, was transacting -
4. D. Proctor has moved into the tives. been a visitor at the home of her uncle -, II. Stokes was a business visor
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Engle] of Jack- business here .Monday.
I / home recently vacated by Hrs. Cole- G. E. Wilkinson -and W. M. Wim A. A. Durden. ; t:: to Starke recently.
sonville, were visiting friends in Law Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Harris and children I
lake J. F. Johnson is .
,. berly] were visitors to Kingsley a business visitor
tey Sunday. of Brooklyn were here Monday.C. man.Sam Williams, of .Bartow, visited Sunday. to Valdosta] this week.C. .
Frank Green of B. Roberts of Graham at. I FIVE MILE,
Anthony, spent was
relatives in town last week. p. W. Parker and Jeff Griffis were A. Durling is attending to business T _
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. tending to business here Monday.
Urie Brown, of Miller, motored. to business visitors to Jacksonville last in Valdosta.
Five Mile, Aug. 2;>. Mrs. C. !L
Charles Dinkins. J. J. Colson of New River, was a -
town Monday. I|I Tuesday. E. J. King and family spent! Sunday ,Tames
and daughter Miss Lucile.
,
Julius Eunice from JacksonvIlle visitor to town Saturday.
came our
Miss Annie Howard, of Miller, motored Miss Ollie Marr, of Maxville, visited with friends: in Alachua] county.W. :
I and spent Sunday here. Miss Iris Godwin, of Alachua, Is s pent Sunday in Lake Butler, truest
to Lake Butler Monday aftery,, relativesvhere Sunday. E. Baker, of Lake Geneva, was
c J>-f relatives] and friends.Mr. .
Gus Loadholtz and Albert Jennings this week here with rela-
spending
'
I 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. 1'. Marr are receiving transacting business here Tuesday.R. .
t left last week for Jacksonville to se- tj ./""..-. noon.Mrs. --- _. Burke has delivered ,two of aeries
A .n A. H. Willoure of Brooker, I congratulations on the arrival ofa E. Hicks and brother, Joshua, of .
,I wn..lc_ of interesting Bible lectures.'hose
tilt. .. .... M. P. Matheny has been repairinghis
:' was the guest of Miss Marshall Proctor daughter at their home west of here. Waldo, were guests of their sister, 1: who
F.Toungr bought the Walz prop.j cotton gins for the past week and have failed to attend have
Monday.: I Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaugh recently. ,
,,: near. the turpentine till last has them about,, ready to begin gin- r n nissed a treat. ;
J'G. Russell Chastain has purchased the NEW RIVER I
I : The property consists of two' ning. S SAMPSONCITYSampson : I D. I. Blume and Mr. Burke were tf
bottling works from Tuck Dowlingand !
:
I Jeff Grills,. of Clay Hill, was a visitor census of Bradford county, spent the day.
business in Gainesville
City 25.
having rented the Johnson residence was transacting Aug. -Mr. and
to Lawtey Monday. week-end here with homefolks. Miss Mae Duke and Dewey Duke
recently vacated by Mrs. Stone. : Monday and Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs. A. K. Smith and children, motored I
: Revival services will begin at Grace Rev S. S. Proctor, of Lake Butler! attended the all day sing at Pine Hill
Odell of Graham from Hawthorne
Moss Hewitt, of Five Mile, was a ) Abernathy, Sunday and spent .
Methodist church next Sunday and filled his regular appointment here on of her Mr. the with Mr. Saturday.Mr.
business visitor to Lake Butler Mon is the guest grandparents, day and Mrs. ,W. H.
will continue for three weeks. The Sunday at the Missionary Baptist day. | and Mrs; B. J. Sapp. Smith.' v' and Mrs. Rhett Drawdy gave a

'1 pastor will be assisted by Rev. Boyer, church. peanut boiling Saturday evening.
.
Miss Hattie Fowler has returned Charley McKinney has moved' his Mrs. W, J. Roberson and Mrs. Char-
of the church and Rev. Belt Marcus Howard of Dukes : i | Mrs. Dekle was in Lake Butler on
Baptist was a
.; "' (( home from several weeks visit with i fanflly to .CJwen Cove where he has lie Ross were visitors to Starke Sat-
of the Methodist church, South. Services visitor here Monday afternoon. urday. business Friday. t
relatives at Alachua.] employment. _
in the afternoons with the B. Y. P. U. Sunday nlng at 8 Mrs. T. A., Pinkston, of Worthington -
: exception ev I Wi
'I Mrs. Hanley, of Raiford, was attending Messrs. Dave and Fred Green, of| Mrs. S. Nabb is home from Jacksonville -
,; ,If of Saturday and Sunday. Every o'clock Mrs. I.V.. Pinholster leader I I ,was here Saturday.Our .
to business in Lake Butler on Pine Hill, were visiting friends here where she has been taking i
;. body invited to attend. for the evening. Everybody come. Saturday. Sunday afternoon. I medical treatment! school] is dllll .- rowing in. interest .

;; ." Mrs. W. H. Miner and Mrs. W. E. Willie Mae Olliver spent the weekend 1 Mrs: Seth Roberts and baby, of Lester Crosby and Warren Kelly, of Miss Juanita Smith spent the weekin I and attendance.Mr. .
Torode were visitors to Starke Thurs here with friends. I and Mrs. H. S. Long attended
'" South Florida, are the guests of her Starke, were visitors here Saturday. Gainesville with friends. She was!
&r I day. Rev. Billings, of LaCrosse, preach. parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Dekle. Misses Lula Mae Conner, of Hastings accompanied home by Miss Loukse I.services at Harmony church last Sun

& M. D. Carter and daughter of Wa. ed at the Free Will Baptist church visiting friends here this Cobb. day.Mrs.
Mrs. A. C. Strickland Is able tojt> are
teroak, were visitors! to Lawtey Sunday Tuesday evening. out again after a week's illness. .week. Miss Josie Gamble, of Hawthorne Gainey and daughter, Mrs.
;,.' The Wilson, were guests of Mrs. L. G.
friends of Miss
many Octavia *" Messrs. and Ernest Norman with Mrs.' .
A. E. Proctor spent Thursday at Leroy spent Sunday W.; H. Smith.
Johnson
J. T. Moore was transacting business Andreu, who underwent an operation Sunday.
,
Sapp. of Vanderbilt, were visiting friends Pagan Nabb vis i \i j-itor to Starko .
,,b in Starke last week. about three weeks ago at Smith's hospital Noble Armstrong, who hasNbeen attending I here. Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Saturday. Mr..and Mr. F. R. Drawdy spent

Truby Willis and family were visitors Jacksonville, are glad to learn I Sunday with their daughter, Mrs.
the state normal, Is visiting W. M. Parker returned home ; Mrs. W. H. Smith and little daughter

to Starke Sunday. she is still Improving. Miss Andreu friends in Lake Butler this week. Wednesday after spending a while in Docha, have returned home after Ralph Glover.

.,.. Miss Eva Austin, of Maxville. was .Jacksonville, Miami. Palm Beach and a visit with relatives in Jacksonville. .
..
I lee Quinine a t Dot hot Affect ll" rtj
a visitor to Lawtey Saturday. Cures Malaria, Chills 3f.ma ot In tonrind InxMivs, rffrcl. LlCATIVK : < 'ther places. Miss Ethel Varnes spent the weekend To Cure a Cold in One bay

Mrs. Colon Miller and children returned 666 Fever, Bilious Fever, IIROMO 1!: (Tab ta) call be taken- I Miss Lois Moody, of Graham, spent in Gainesville visiting Mrs. Wor- Tk. LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE: (TabloUj
to their home in Crystal River Colds by 'b'd.without' euui1n4ncrvouanor r&nlfng'n .toi.the 1OO: 1I and jfm ; and LaGrippe. tbii C.W.CKOVE3U?,iur.oa bun. JOc I -
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l PAGE EiC.iIT.If1 rtlltAUFORO COUNTY TELE GRAPIi. STAIU\E. FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 25; 1922.

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to return home within thenext ;
! if( -""""" ".,__......... ",;" expects few days I .

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-- -- Mrs E. B. Murrhee\ and sons' of

Tampa spent part of last wctk here I r' !
I Be Sure YourShOES
News Iteme'l visiting at the homo' of her father D. j'
County
M. Malphurs.'

Archie Waters and, class of Pine 'I

U -- t-k; ; J Hilt, sang' at the Missionary Baptist I !

Interesting Fact Gathered During by Our church Thursday evening. Mr. Waters -

1 Regular Correspondents. intended organizing! a clan here

.- I but owing to the literary school beginning -

..aae6r.-- -- Sept. -1th, and a few cases of j

l aarea.rw..e-vw-- Saturday, after spending, a few week! influenza at this time, it was postpon-I j
LAWTEY
) ed. They. number of beautiful -
i l with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reddish Rave a .
tk of Max selections and everyone enjoyed
I ILM Charlie and Int Wilkerson
I Lawtey, Aug. 25.-1)). W. Purvis, of them.
t to Law-
ville were business visitors Are Leather
.
c Ocala] was a visitor' here. Saturday.A
toy Saturday. '
born to Mr. and LAKE BUTLER
daughter was Henry Hudson, of Clay Hill was n
f '1t lp j Mrs. W. II. Edwards August/ 16th. business visitor to Lawtey Saturday. .

I Miss Mabel Edwards visited, relatives Miss Corinne Lang of Clay Hill, Clarence Lake Butler Johnson Aug.and 2!'>.-!Mr. and !Mrs of It Takes Leather to Stand the Weather
daughters;
1 j in Jacksonville' last week visited Lawtey Saturday.
I ,
Trenton visited friends in Lake Butler
Mlns' Joyce Terry returned home on [ Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and son, of
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]last' Friday. have learned that
Through most people shoes
experience buying
i Saturday from Jacksonville where she Jacksonville "spent the week-end with Mr. poor to save
{ and Mrs. Bruce Warren of
''I r has been spending about two weeks Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. Dukes motored to Lake Butler Tuesday money is like stopping the clock to save time.

r k 1 j with relatives.I ] Miss Enza Blanchard returned to .

I i, Edward Marr and sister, !Miss Ol-] he rhome Saturday from Jacksonville Mrs. Julian Loadholtz and baby returned The unseen integrity of "RED GOOSE" and our other "ALL LEA TH R '

I I ]lie, of Maxville visited relatives in where several she' has weeks.been visiting relativesfor to Jacksonville after a visit I SHOES ,makes a safe Shoe Insurance for every buyer. So thoroughly do I

# f i I.nwtey Tom Andrews Sunday. and son, of Raiford with Mrs.relatives Forrest know of the honor of Friedman-Shelby's nAil Leather" Shoes that I have
i
; of Five Mile
Drawdy, ,
: were visitors to Lawtey Thursday. BROOKER was a guest! of Mrs. A. C. Strickland placed before the buying public the following pledge of quality :

I Mrs. Rosa L Hamon of Jacksonville Saturday.

I : "" is upending a few days at her Brooker, Aug. 25.-Cleo Jones, who Lloyd Johns of Pine Hill motoredto

i Hummer home in East Lawtey. has been visiting relatives here for Lake Butler Monday. $5.00--Five Dollars -- $5.00 -- Cash and a new pair of Shoes
'
v t / Mrs. J. L. Allen was a visitor' to some time returned to Columbus, Ga., Mrs. B. Max Wilson arul sons, Per- ,


1j I Starke Mrs. Monday Martha Hopkins, of Green Tuesday Dr. Lemuel where Colson he is employed.and family of I nell friends and Warner in Lake of Butler Ocala] this are week.visiting Will be given to the wearer who finds PAPER in theheels, counters, outsolesor

; I Cove Springs was the guest Sunday !Mt. Dora, spent the latter part of last Mrs. C. L. Varnes and son, Claude, insoles of any shoes bearing the Friedman-Shelby trade< mark.I .
j of her sister' Mrs' David Durban in week here visiting relatives. visited' relatives in town Sunday. '

r" ''I { Lawtey. W. M. Waldo of Cooter Pond was The Woman's Missionary Society sell and recommend the above shoes.

Pr. Haynes' of Starke, was n visitor transacting business here Thursday. met Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock

f 2 here Sunday. Mrs. J. W. ,Surrency and"son, of Miss Marshall Proctor
'
presiding.
Miss Ina Rogers returned, to her Bradford were here Thursday after Misses Omie Scarborough and Hen The One STARKE

1 home, in Palatka the first of the week, noon. rietta Padgett visited friends at Miller Price Store C L HODGES FLORIDA

.. after spending several days at the Fred Hazen and Lewis Shrivcr were this week. .

home of her aunt Mrs. B. L. Dlan.I in Starke Friday, Hal Mainea spent the week-end at
J. C. Cone Wednesday morning 'J
chard. spent
I -
Miller the
i I guest of Wilbur Brown. r
t Miss Mattie Harley] who is a nurse I in Gainesville.Mr. Misses Mildred Roberts. OdessaLangster
Luke's : and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and ._
at St. hospital, Jacksonville : motored to Miller Sunday ---- n

i is spending her two weeks'! vacation little daughter, Juanita, attended ser afternoon. flies Cured lu 6 to 14 Days HAMPTON: R. A. Jones was a visitor to Graham

11 t at the home of her parents, Mr. and vices at Miller Sunday Misses Ruby Proctor and Norma Do- Dru-Mtnt*refund money ffPAZOONT, ? rNT: full I Thursday.
and children 10 cure Itchlll Hlmdtlr" tlnn! < or i'rolruilii:8: Flint.
L. L. Godwin
] Mrv and Mrs.
Mrs A. It. Harley. kle] visited relatives at Five Mile Sat.. Inntonlly ioli I <*vv> lichlnrf Files 1 end can Heiwitfule'cepnftnr Hampton, Aug.\ 25.-Miss Emma I Mr. and Mrs W. J. Roberson and
t J. M. Bond of Jacksonville, was the of Alachua, spent Sunday here urday evening. tb' feet nDuilcfUioo. Price.8'A* Hicks, who has been the guests of j, !Mrs.! Charlie Ross were visitors to

guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore InV I with relatives. Borum friends and relatives in Beach
Mary entertained a number HIGHLAND South Florida Hampton: Wednesday.Rev. .
S ;' East Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster] and of friends at her home on Dekle street returned Saturday. I Dock Crews will fill his
J. Barber visited relatives Misses Mana Andreu and Willie Mae regular
Mrs. W.
,i Friday evening at a dinner bell par. Highland Aug. 23-A very success- Col. A. Z. Adkins of Starke was a appointment here Sunday. Every
{ I in Macclenny last week. Oliver attended services at Sardis on I
ty. ful revival meeting was held at the business visitor here this week.E. I I body invited.
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little ion, Leslie Sunday.Dr. .... I ''
Mrs. Stone and children Lottie Es.. Baptist ehnrch ]last week beginning R. Poppell, who has been teach- E. D. Jones was a visitor to New
,J' of Starke visited! relatives here Mann and son, Howard of Lake ter and Maurice left'Saturduy' (morning Tuesday night and ending Sunday. ing in South }Florida] was a business I River Saturday.

; Sunday. Butler were here Friday afternoon.Mr. for New York. Four were converted and two members visitor here Friday. ;, Master Richard Smith, of Haw
Mrs. II. H. Bennett returnr l to her Cason of LaCrosse was transacting ,
''I Math Dukes and Ardell Drawdy ol came into the church by letter. Mrs. E. E. Morgan who buried her thorne, is here visiting friends.
.
/ home In Jacksonville! last week after \ business here Saturday.C. i
Five Rev.
Mile were looking after/ttusines! James F. Conway, of Green husband in South Florida
last Saturday
upending' a few days with relatives E. Crosby' who l in teaching near in i
town Cove
Saturday Rev. MILLER
Springs, T. M. Carter, ofDoctors i has
returned
to her home here.
and friends New River, spent the week-end here. I
Mrs. W. F. Townsend and Inlet Mose-I _
baby,,, and Rev. C. E. She has the
E. I). filled hilt Thomas of Cooter Pond was sympathy of the entire
Rev. Boyer regular Wiley ,
Mary Naomi left Tuesday morningfor ley of Jacksonville conducted the ser- community.Mrs. I Miller Aug. 25Rev. Parker, ''j'f
,l appointment at the Baptist! church last a visitor hero aturday.
visit with her South
I a mother in. Ten vices. Carolina closed' a series o'
Sunday. Roswell Ward left Saturday for .I / F. E. Henry has returned to
Ii nessee.J. I Miss Lillian A. Mackery of Carra- meetings! at the Harmony Free Wilt,
of J Jacksonville where he has to j her home after a visit with her
: Miss Bt-ssiu! Terry Jacksonville gone sister
R. Chastain and son, J. R. Jr.,,, belle arrived Thursday for a visit ; Baptist church Sunday night. Much
the home of her seek Mrs. McNeally of St.
at employment.The Petersburg!
spent Sunday parents visitors to Lake with Mr. Interest
I. I were Butler motoring and Mrs. II. C. Wimberly I was manifested each scrvir<
Mr. and Mrs T. J. Terry. revival meeting began,Monday here from Lake City. 'I and family. Miss Ina Rogers, who has been the Two were received in the church. '

I Dr. G. W. Brown was n professional night at the Free Will Baptist church i Miss Lucille Varnes who is teaching Ellis McCormick of Manning spent j I II guest of her aunt Mrs. W. B. Blan- George and Harry Shallar, of Pro

1 visitor to Middloburg\ Sunday Everyone invited to attend these services school at Five Mile was a guestof I several days here last week attending )i i iI chard, of Lawtey, visited friends hero i idence, were here on business Fri
i Penny Dinkins and family moved to Miss Ruby Proctor Sunday. I I the meeting and visiting friends ', on her return from Putnam Hall. Rev. anti Mrs. Goodman of Soutl
last week from Baker N. T. Ritch of Starke was a visitor
Lawtey county Perbeth Williams entertained eight; i George Gong of Jacksonville was O. Hayncs has the large addition to Florida attended the revival meetin

't and are ]located at the farm of Paul here Monday. girl friends at her home on Lake i : the guest of Melvin] Prescott Thurs- j his hotel completed and it is not onlyan here last week.

,, t1yN ]IHnkins, !south! of Lawtey. Mrs! Connerly of Bradford is street Saturday evening. After many idny. ,I improvement to the town but a I' Strobes Stokes and Denzil Thoma

1', I Bryant Reddish was a visitor to spending] this week here with rela interesting games and a jolly good I Mrs. Hardy Padgett and children 1I i great accommodation to the public.Dr. [ virited friendsin Starke Friday afti-

} J Jacksonville last week. tiyes. time delicious fruit salad was serv- I' Hiram and. Alma Mrs. Lennie Pad-1 W. E. Middleton of Sturkc, wa. noon.
e I :Mr.: and Mrs. Ira Rivers, of Green M. Litihfield, who had been ill ,
ied.I gett and Ugan; Padgett were visitorsto a professional visitor here this week John L. Hannon, of Gainesville, w"
1 Cove Springhcwere guests Sunday at for the past weeks with influenza, died i Malcolm\ Riherd has moved in to the Lawtey Thursday. Mrs. J. II. McCruder! wns the guest a business visitor here last f week.
the homo of Mr. and, Mrs. David Durban ]last Friday night nt the home of his I
-
Ball cottage owned by Mrs. Sprinkle. :Mrs. W. R. Wimberly, of Lovett, is of her mother this week. Misses Henrietta Pudgett, Virgu

1 I wa..l|' son, C. F. Litchfleld who lives near T. 1). ,Proctor spent Sunday in Pu- the truest of Mrs. II. C. Wimberly fora A. C. Durden of Tampa is the Thomas and Blanche Roberts!, of Lak>

Lonnie Prescott of Clay Hill, ] town. Mr. Litchfleld was getting on Intku. He was accompanied home by few days.D. e guest of his brother, A. A. burden Butler, spent the weekend with the

a visitor here Monday. in years and has been in bad health'I Mrs. Proctor, who has been visitingher E. Bell of Maxville, was a business this week. ;Misses! Carrie Belle and Pearl Brown
home lust time but still his death ,
returned for
: Lonnie
Harley I sonic I mother Mrs. Hatcher, of Dnyto- visitor here Tuesday.Miss Mrs C. E. Spencer'; and Mis. Mary Bland Matthews of Bland, attendee
weeK from Jacksonville, whore ho has I II came as a shock. Dr. Middleton of na. Barbara Norman, of Lawtey, Geiger left Tuesday for High Spring church/ here Saturday night
about three months.Mr. Starke attended him during his III.nt.I'IS
I been employed I I Rov. S. S. Proctor filled hi,* regular returned, to her home Saturday after where they will spend several] week '' J. J. Biding, of Providence passed
Gunter and \little and all done for him that
Mrs '
and was
Ury ''
appointment at Brooker Sunday. a visit here with Misses Leona and B. C. Owsley, of Theressa, was a' through here Saturday.Mr. .
I
left for human aid could do. He was a member -,
Sunday
daughter, Dorothy,
I I Miss Mae McKinney, of Guilford Tholma Griflfls. business visitor here Tuesday. and Mrs Chester McLeod have
Wauchula] where he has secured a po- of the Second Day Advent church spent Saturday and Sunday the guest Misses Lillian Mackery nnd Beth Rev Redgrave will .Breach at the returned to their homes in Jacksonville -

i "iUon.I here and was a devout Christian. He of Mrs M. L. McKinney. i Wimberly spent Tuesday with Mrs. J. 'Christian church Sunday morning andevening after a three weeks visit with
Enoch: Griffin and daughter laid 1 to rest Saturday afternoon
I Mrs. was I
Oscar Rimes of Worthington! was L. Strickland, at Clay Hill. friends and relatives in this section
Miss Pearl], are visiting friends in at old Bradford (cemetery Rev. Chas I
business visitor Luke Butler Mrs. W. B. '
1 to on Roper of Jacksonville ] They were accompanied home by :Miss
Jackson-ville
Jacksonville this week. McClelland conducting the last sad I
I \ Monday. i \ is spendinJc this week with her mother Alma Douglass, who will spend several .
Woolen visitor to Jack ritca. He leaves to mourn his ]loss' '
Carl
was a ) Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of Five Mile Sunday. Mrs. Elsie Sparkman, of Hamp days there with relatives.
host of relatives
several children besides
a
I sonville Sunday. spent Friday in Lake Butler with relatives H. C. Wimberly Jr., of Sunnyside, I ton.Mrs. Eune: Brqwn made a business trip
Miss!! Nolle Roberts was a visitor to and friend week-end here with rela] W. L.
spent the Beasley, of Starke, has to Lake Butler P'riday.
Starke L. Maineri of Louise was transacting
Sunday. I T. I>. Proctor has moved into the tives. I been a visitor at the home of her uncle N. II. Stokes was a business vip
i' I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Engle) of Juck- \ business here Monday. I IlIIr. home recently vacated by Hrs. Cole- G. E. Wilkinson and W. M. Wim- I Ibel'ly A. A. Durden. tor to Starke recently.
', Law and Mrs. M. B. Harris and children
sonvilk1, were visiting friends in ,
] lake J. F. Johnson
man. were visitors to Kingsley is a business visitor. ,
f'' of Brooklyn] were here Monday.C. .
I' Sunday. ,
tey
Sam Williams, of Barlow, visited Sunday. to Valdosta this week.
of t B. Roberts of Grnham, was attending FIVE MILE,
Frank Green Anthony !spent!
41 relatives in town last week. P. W. Parker and Jeff Grime were C. A. Durling is attending to business .
t at the home of Mr. and, Mrs, to business' hero Monday.J. -
Sunday
Urle Brown of Miller motored to business visitors to Jacksonville last I II in Valdosta.E. .
C. I L-
p / Five Mile Aug. 2J.-lIfrs.;
of New
Charles Dinkins. J. Colson, River was n
town Monday. I Tuesday. J. King and family spent Sunday
Varnes and daughter Miss Lucil'-
Jacksonville to town Saturday
from visitor
Julius Eunice came our Miss Annie Howard, of Miller, motored Miss Ollie Marr of Maxville vis- with friends in Alachua county.
and spent Sunday here. Miss Iris Godwin, of Alachua] is spent Sunday in Lake Butler, guestsof
to Lake Butler Monday after, ited relativcsvhere Sunday. W. E. Baker of Lake Geneva, \vas
Gus Loadholtz and Albert] Jennings I spending this week here with relatives. ] relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Marr are receiving I transacting business here Tuesday. .
Mr. Burke has delivered two of <
noon.Mrs.
left last week for Jacksonville to secure A. H. Willoure, of Brooker, congratulations on the arrival ofa R. E. Hicks and brother Joshua of I ,
aeries of Bible lectures
has been } interesting
work.G. M. P. Matheny repairing\
was the of Miss Marshall Proc- at their home west of here. Waldo
guest daughter were guests of their sister,j
t }o'."Young bought the Wall property his cotton Kina: for the past week and. tor Monday.: I i Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaugh recently, Those who have failed to attend have
still last has them ready to begin gin missed' a treat.
i near. the turpentine about Russell Chastain has purchased the NEW RIVER
consists of twuresi.lenct I D. I. Blume and Mr. Burke were
week. The property' I ning.
SAMPSON:
bottling works from Tuck Dowlingand CITY '
I' of land. Lucian Hazen who U taking the I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dekle, Sun-
and half acre will move his family back here New River Aug. 25.! -W. M. Parker
Jeff Grillls-of; Clay Hill, was a visitor census of Bradford county spent the 1! day
business in Gainesville
transacting Sampson
having! rented the Johnson residence was City, Aug. 25.-Mr 1 and I
week-end here with homefolks. i !Miss\ Mae Duke and Dewey Dukeattended
1 to Luwtey Monday recently vacated by Mrs. Stone. i: Monday and Tuesday, Mrs. A. K. Smith and children motored -
u i Revival services will begin at Grace; Rev. S. S. Proctor of Lake Butler, I the all clay sing at Pine Hill
j I
,. Moss\ Hewitt of Five Mile\ was a :Mrs Odell Abernathy of Graham from Hawthorne Sunday and "pent
Methodist church next Sunday anil 1] filled his regular appointment here on business visitor to Lake Butler Mon i lis, the guest of her grandparents Mr. the day with Mr. and !Mrs.V.. H. I Saturday.Mr. .
will continue for three weeks. The Sunday at the -Missionary Baptist | and Mrs: B. J. Sapp. Smith. and Mrs. Rhett Drawdy gave a

pastor will be assisted by Rev. Boyer,, church. day.Miss has moved' his peanut boiling Saturday evening.
I" \ Hattie Fowler has returned Charley McKinney Mrs W. J. Roberson and Mrs. Char.
of the Baptist church and Rev. Belt Marcus Howard of Dukes was a home from several weeks visit with 1 fanflly to OJj ,>en Cove where he has 11 lie' Ross were visitors to Starke Sat- Mrs. Dekle] was in Lake Butler on

t of the Methodist church, South. Services visitor here Monday afternoon. relatives] at Alachua. employment. l urday. business Friday. k

F in the afternoons with the excep B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening at 8 Mrs. Itanley of Raiford, was attending Messrs. Dave and Fred Green ofl I Mrs. Wi S. Nabb Is home from Jacksonville Mrs. T. A. Pinkston, of Worthington -
tion of and Sunday. Every. o'clock Mrs. I. W. Pinholster leader 11 was here Saturday.
Saturday
Pine Hill friends
to business in Lake Butler on were visiting I! where she has been taking
body invited to attend.! for the evening. Everybody come. Saturday. I Sunday afternoon. ''I nodical treatment! Our school is daily-growing; in. interest -

Mrs. W. II. Miner and Mrs W. E. Willie Mae Olliver spent the weekend Mrs. Seth Roberts and baby, of j: Lester Crosby and Warren Kelly, of Miss Juanita Smith spent the weekn and attendance.

Torodo were visitors to Starke Thurs here with friends. South Florida are the guests of her Starke were visitors here Saturday. i Gainesville with friends. She was Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Long attended

l day. Rev. Billings of LaCrosse, preached parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Dekle. II Misses Lula Mae Conner, of Hastings lecompanied home by Miss Louise services at Harmony church. last Sun-

M. D. Carter and diuigh'er, of Wa- at the Free Will Baptist church Mrs. A. C. Strickland Is able to be are visiting friends: here this obb. I'day.Mrs.

teroak were visitors to Lawtey Sun- Tuesday evening out again after a week's illness. I week. Miss Josie Gamble of Hawthorne Gainey and daughter Men.
i. The friends of !Miss Octavla j Wilson, were guests of Mrs. L. G.
day.J.. many A. E."Proctor spent Thursday at Messrs. Leroy and Ernest Norman Mot pent, Sunday with Mrs. W. H. Smith. (I *
T. Moore was transacting' business Andrew: who underwent; an operation Sapp. Vanderbilt, were visiting friends Potan Nabb vas :a Mtor to Starka Johnson Sunday.

in Starke last week. about three weeks ago at Smith's hospital Noble Armstrong, who hasMjeen attending hereSaturday afternoon.Mrs. I Saturday; / \ .'I' Mr..and Mrs. F. R. Drawdy spent

Truby Willis and family were visitors Jacksonville, are glad to ]learn I the state normal], is visiting W. M. Parker returned home I Mrs. W. H. Smith and little daugh.1 Sunday with their daughter Mrs.

to Starke Sunday. she is still improving. !Miss Andreu friends: in Lake Butler this week. Wednesday after spending a while in t er, Docha have returned hnmo after I Ralph] Glover.

Miss Eva Austin of Maxville, wasa lime Vulnhi .nni Jacksonville, Miami Palm Beach and l 8 i, visit with relatives in Jacksonville.

visitor to Lawtey Saturday. Cures Malaria Chill, : .e or Its trnifr. ind laxv'!va ""'...,t. L.tieEfcvaiT .;*(:J\:]., other places. Miss\ Ethel Varnes spent the week- To"Cure a Cold .In One Day
I! Mrs. Colon Miller and children returned I 666 tz Fever, Bilious Fever, 1 by n.. r. 11ROMO OMMNE: nab l -i.) can boo taken Miss Lois Moody of Graham spent e nd in Gainesville visiting Mrs. Worey. Tl LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: (TabM)
River n-iynn" without cauc.nJ: ner.ouaa.sor nutilnglutiulieail. 0101>-1 the(oagb and Mmfiw.lie, and work ofY : .'
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to their Crystal Cold and LaGrippe. ,
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