Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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LAYERS OF NAS- I Shot BAI While) NEGRO:Resisting, DIES Arrest IN SfARKE, lie Sue PT: RICHEY MUR-- !FIRE ENTOMBS f highland, Sept IUC.IIt.ANH 1.-Bryant Reddisd FORD PLANTSTO "' ;'' ,t\},,\

SAU COUNTY CIT- j There cumbs was Front mild excitement Loss of Blood in town DER SENSATIONThe \ 1 GOLD DIGGERS of II.Lawtey 13.. Hudson, was made a visitor a business here Wednesdiy. trip- SHUT DOV1NSEPTEMBER\ i?; ,

ZENS ARRESTEE Sunday brought evening Frank when Lewis Sheriff, a bad Epperson negro -- finding of.-a battered and worn i IN CALIFORNIABLAZE I to W Lawtt.'edne"dI1Y.M. Wimberly and. Bryant Reddish 15 't; 1 .

wounded, to tne county jail, and hat in the dooryard of a vacant dwelling were visitors to Macclenny Wed ,

the excitement increased when it was: : ; in New Port Richey early last I nos -
Lli' PICKS: OUT MURDERERS- learned soon afterwards that the prisoner Saturday morning, solved a mysterious -i BURIES ENTIRE: NIGHTSHIFT R. L. Black and son, Bob, of Gainesville COAI, SHORTAGE: WILL] THROW 'f f

THREE OTHERS" HELD FOR had[ died from his wound. Th< i disappearance of several months' MILE IIEI ow GROUND. and Stephen Avant, of Walter HUNDREDS' (.IF THOUSANDS .

DEATH OF WINGATEHlacksonville ; : body was kept in an outbuilding al ; standing. The missing man, whose i RESCUE CREW ENLISTED boro, S. C., motored here from Gainesville MEN: OUT OF \V ORK '

the courthouse yard until the follow name was Nainen, had been'boarding Thursday and were looking after '1\,i

Aug. 26.-Followin, ing morning, when the wife of the deceased with a Mrs. Welsers, but it Is said that Jackson, Calif., Aug. 28.-Forty !Mr. Black's extensive timber inter- Detroit, Aug. 2 ;.-One hundred and '

In nil day hearing before County; who had accompanied him tc some time last May she ordered him eight miners, according to actual ests. five thousand employes of the Ford :

'idle< / Stewart at Fernandina, twMembers < Starke, took it away for interment. to leave on account of being intoxicated. count, were trapped by fire in the Argonaut :' !Miss Lillian Mackery, Mrs. W. R Motor Company throughout the coun- .

of the Rowe family, of Nas! Frank Lewis came to Bradforc lIe did so, saying he would return gold mine two miles soutlT of Wimberly, Miss Winifred Wimberly try will be without jobs after September t

,It ,ounty, William and Allen, and a illosc county some time ago and held fort]; later for his baggage, and went here at midnight last night./ A half and, Max Wimberly were visitors to J6th. i.a,

relative, D. A. Johnson, wen about New River, where ho worked over to the house occupied by a Finn dozen rescue crews were trying to get Lawtey Friday.Richard In addition, several hundred thousands "

.cla to await the action of the gram occasionally, but spent most of his named Laurie Waisanen to spend the aid to the men, but little hope is held Cooper mid Roy Lord, of / other workers employed in Industries ;

liry in connection with the killing( time making and selling moonshine night. From this time until his decomposed out for them. Jacksonville/ and II. C. Wimberly, Jr., furnishing materials for the ...

luveral days ago of two members of whiskey. Sheriff Epperson tried to body was found Saturdayhe At 7:30: o'clock this morning the fire of Sunnyside, were week-end: visitors Ford plants will be affected. rtl,'
of Duval arrest him but his man had fled and was never seen and the mysterious!; r
Ihe Wingate family county, was still burning and effort were being at the home of II. C. Wimberly. '
I'd; 1, aged seventy-one', and his son, was later located three miles south of disappearance of her former boarderwas I made to reach the miners throughthe Willie Olliver, of Jacksonville! was Henry Ford \gives; those figures today r

jed fortyonc.Six Lochloosa, Alachua county, where it the cause of much speculation to abandoned<1 Muldoon shaft which the guest of F. !M. Crews Sunday. in enhancing that his three big j

: of the nine men arrested, in con- seems his wife lived. The circumstances Mrs. Weisers. touched[ the vein where the men were Messrs. Kingston, of Daytona, andC. motor plants located in Detroit Ruburbll 5

,ectiotl with what i4.said to be the which ]led to his death were Early Saturday morning, Mrs. Wei- working. Utter lack of communication M.\ Click, of Jacksonville, were visitors nnd his assembling plants over .:
the would be closed that
country on
fiutgrowth of a long-standing feud be- brought out at the coroner's inquestheld sere happened to pass the Waisanen with the entombed men makes it here Friday ,\ .
date because of the coal (
shortage i /
:wren the families were released folding Monday, County Judge R. A, place, which had been vacated for impossible to ascertain their condi Mrs. W. It. Wimborly, after a week's ,'' |
most |
The announcement the Uf
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the hearing. They were Elam Green presiding, and the followingwell somo time, and saw an old hat in the visit here with relatives, ]left Saturday !
blow that industrial Detroit hall ,
Iowe: and four of his sons and D. A... known citizens serving as jurors: yard, which she recognized as having tion.A rescue crew led by Byron O. Pick- for Jaiksonvillu to join Mr. and ._sustained since the industrial depression ;

"hnson's, brother, William. The twc T. N. Kendrick, G. M. Inman, J. 1\'. belonged] to Nainen. Her suspicions ard, of the state bureau of mines, ]left I Mrs B. M. Wimberly for a motor trip of two It means, according k

') Torres: held are also Elam Howe't Alvarez, A. M. Darby, A.,0. Andreu,, being aroused, she reported the mutter San Francisco early this mOl'nlnIn/ |'through Georgia; before returning to to Mr.years Ford ugo., that 75,000 men -" ;
"!J Wilmer Holtzendorf. to Justice of the Peace Ilolzscheiter her home at Madison. .
'in an attempt to effect a rescue of the employed In tho Highland Park, River $
According to testimony at today's Sheriff Epperson went to Lochloosa who in turn communicated with men held prisoner nearly a mile below I Mrs. Pompey Padgett and Hon, Rouge and Dearborn plants of thocompany '

earing the two boys were the actual Sunday< found Kirby Smith and asked Deputy Sheriff Clyde Daso, and thetwo the earth's surface. Pickard was ail-, Owen, iftid. Miss Cassie, Padgett, were here will ba without work. R,

"8' layers, while D. A. Johnson partici- him if he had located Frank Lewis. lie officers started an investigation.The vised of the disaster in a message shopping in Starke Saturday. thousand others now working ,

,ated in the conspiracy.The said! he had, btit that they would haveto floor of a shed, which is variously from II. Downing, superintendent of Miss Lillian Mackery, of C'urrn- in Thirty tho various assembling' / plants neat- 1:

,nd Rowes were held largely on the go to Hawthorn and !get Deputy reported as having, been used the Argonaut gold diggings.A. / helle, left Saturday for Initli, terminating tried throughout the country also will .'

to i-stimony of Leonard Wingate, the i Sheriff C. L. Dycss to serve the war as a garage ,or a chicken house, was Gabarinl, manager of the mine, a pleasant visit here with Mr. bo thrown out of employment. ;j il
Scriven who 'rant on Lewis and make the arrest. known to and Mrs! II. C. Wimberly. Miss Mack- ; ';IS. :.r
. ov<'n-year old son of ac- suspected, Waisancn was has enlisted the aid of a rescue cr 'where .. +
.uy- umpanied the two men when they met They went to Hawthorn and returned, have partly covered it with concretea and Is attempting to go: into the cry opened the fall term of school nt How long machinery in the Ford 1

heir death. He had identified the two accompanied by Mr. Dyess. When short time before he left for the mine shaft in an -ffort to smother (flue Inglis Monday as principal, and her plants is to bo stilled will depend cnirely 1u 1

owe boys as the men who came from I nearing the house where their man north. With a crowbar it was brokenup flames. sister, Miss. !Mamie Mackery, assistant. upon the coal supply of the fu- t

IV ,mhuah and slew the Win ates aa was expected to be found, Mr. Epperson and beneath it wale found the decomposed 'ure, the Detroit manufacturer said.
Tho statement imuicd by Mr. Ford In
he rode in their automobile. Today was asked to go into another skeleton of a man which Little Chance of Rescue( ? ; shutdown
v. permitted to bring house, as the negro would recognift!: recognized by Mrs. Weisers as I ZIFFZilr announcing the proposed
h defense
was was
Mr. Sacramento, Aug.\ 2S.-The BUpel'Iintemient was the story of his losing fight f during A flight
of him and probably attempt Nainen the clothing.At .
.nu out of the crowd: spectators by +
bouse and of the Argonaut /gold mine, I. Miss Kliodn. Thomus the ]last' few month to insure a s
them alongside the nine defendants. Dyess went to the negro's I the time of his disappearance I .Sept.! + I.
nu With the men lined up, the ailed him out. He came out and had I Nainen was known to have a considerable -: where told the 75 Socrnmonto men are trapped Bee that by the flames miners spent first of the week at Pine Hill fuel' supply sufficient to keep bin. work.

oungster came into the courtroom, a sack over his shoulder.] Mr. Dyess amount of money and it Is sup' with her sister( Mrs. Debbie Shaw. men at their machines.

,f md when asked to identify the kil- told him ho w fs under arrest and to posed that this Is tho causeof tho mur were imprisoned on levels too far Mr. and Mrs. Frank limes and son, Mr. Fold declared\ he "had not tho '
below the Muldoon shaft to be reach.
,f throw up his hands. lIe immediately der. After some investigation the ad- Vurnle Lee, of Cooler Pond, were the remotest Idea" when UK plants could

"1 1I Allen ers walked Rowe,calmly placed] up his to hand William on them and reached under the sack, drew out a dress of Waisanen in New York was ed that way and the out only the hope Argonaut of rescue '' guests of their. aunt, Mrs. S. L. Prescott be reopened., II wits Announced\ that f

b'I rind. said killed daddies." pistol and tried to shoot the deputy. learned and a warrant sworn out,I won putting / Sunday.Mr. the normal I daily consumption of coal !

He'ense ,efforts"They to confuse my him in a But !Mr. Dyes was.prepared :for suchan charging him with the crime. Sheriff I 1 fire. __. II and ]Mi's.' ThoyYIl\ and children !. In the Ford industries wan 3,800 tons r",

ss-examinalion unsuccessful. emergency and quickly fired at Sturkie wired tho chief of police :Sunday I of Graham, spent tho we"k-fhd and oflirialu/ said it would bo ImpoiiHile t

1 r 0 A. Johnson was were held on the Lewis, who fell. He rose again and night to arrest him, and Tuesday FLORIDA FIRST CAMPAIGN: : here with their brother, Truman Dynl.Miss ] to do more/ darn "keep the furnaces

that ho had for the second time attempted to shoot I morning received word from, the metropolitan .t- Clara St. Clair of Cooler Pond, unit ovens warm." t
itrength testimony The Florida !First campaign at New
! "peen going in the direction of where I the deputy. The/ !latter then fired!' at police were holding him. He .. Is very rapidly shaping) Itself was, the guest of Avy Starling'; Sun Only a comparatively! small number '
the desperado twice, and<1 Le vis! runaround afternoon of tho Ford plants ,
'he Killing occurred with threo or four I < left in the for his prisonerand into one of the biggest publicity day.Mr. o/" the employes j
.. thirty minutes a clump of bushes! still with is expected back the first of next I and Mrs. Dewey Starling/ and will be retained during thu shutdown,
other stunts for entire state that has
an ev- t
persons ambushed. the ph.tolln his hand. Mr. Djess then week.-Bade City Banner. cousin, Avy Starling/ attended the I It was unnomlceck Crews sufficient to ,
before the were er been pulled off. Reports from near
shoot the despcrn- birthday at the home of Mr. and be held
asked Mr. Smith to party keep I the furnaces warm will y
.eonard Wingate again related the ly county In the state show that '
do with his rifle. He ran to his! car, : every Mrs. K. J. ]Howling) at Hampton, Friday however. + \ '
,Mails of the killing, while other wit- WEEKLEY-STRICK LAND Lcgionaires are busy and a large ma-
his rifle and fired. This time Lewis night. f
t1.s! ca testified that when the bodies got jority of the counties have already Mr. Ford's statement in \part fol- ,
fell and dropped his pistol and. was El lory Thomas and Eugene: Crosbyattended
ware found they had been pierced by 'I :Mr. Lester A. Weekley of O.\k, and[ succeeded in raising their quota of low, :
school at
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both shotgun and rifle bullets and cut captured. Miss! Pearl J. Strickland, of Kingsleylake funds ncWesHary to put on the cam Sunday "The coal situation has become im- i

with a carving knife. As the men appeared He had received one or more bad I were married last Saturday afternoon paign. Sunday. [osKibk. For the lust several weekswo q g y
wounds in the left leg and, was rushedby A party was given at the homo of tfc '
suddenly from the side of the by Judge Green at his office. The resources of tho state have been have seen a Milurition approaching

road, the youngster/ testified, they fir- his captors as quickly aa possihle Mr. Weekley, is I' native of Athens, carefully cheilied! [ over and exhibit I Mr. and! Mrs Dryden Wednesday evening lint we feared would, force us to closo 'g;

ed one volley at the two men, both be- to Hawthorn, where a surgeon attended Ohio, but immediately after his discharge have been requested and are being I in honor of Messrs. Williu Hurst Ve greatly regret having to take that
to his injuries. He was then and Jim, Padgett, of Georgia..: A largo jt jt"We
ing fatally wounded. They then ordered from the army at the close of prepared by a large number!. of volunteer step.
him from the car and he ran up brought to Starke, but the great Ions the recent war, he located at Oak, in workers In every section. While crowd was present on I this occasion wish. to keep! enough/ coal] on ,
I of blood and the excitement ho had 'and enjoyed themselves.
the road to a nearby houseWORK Marion county. Ha ia superintendentof all of the staple crops of our wonderful and to keep our furnaces and coke p
caused his death about Mr. and Mrs.L/ 11. Howard andI1tterHJ..1
I the Arlo Box Company, a large ve- state will be displayed, special attention I vena warm,; to ]lot them get"cold
half an hour after reaching the county children the annual meetingat Ions of hundreds of + 'ft
neering plant. will be paid to things which would cause us a
> AT THE COMMUNITYKITCHEN jail. talented and attractive !Mt. Zion Saturday and Sundiy. of dollars.\ At the rate we t i ;rare
His bride la the attract the attention of the eye; and I thousands i
Thd principal witnesses were C. L. daughter of Mr. Lonzy Strick have great advertising value. One of -- vettn'oa! \ \ now, September 1(1( t

-kitchen has DyeRS, Kirby Smith and Mary Lewis, land, proprietor of the famous Kings- the striking and outstanding features I, .FIVE MILEFive will mark tho time when wo will have t .
The provento
be a community great convenience and help to wife the of jury the was dead as man.follows The: verdictof )ley lake resort. Stie Is very popularwith will be a display of the silk industry, Mile, Sept. l.-R. L. Davis, only enough coal left to keep our fur- r

vicinity a large/ circle of friends in Starke showing the silk at work and ares and ovens warm.
of this worn ,
the housekeepers Rimes Ardell Drawdy, Mesdames -
many of oath that Oscar ,
"We do our
say upon
that time
much time with : Block by
and With Mrs. J. R. Davis as Frank Lewis to his death in the having recently spent the finished crop. An exhibit representing Mattiti Drawdy) and, Lillian !lIe- "Our reserve .
came her sister Mrs. K. W. Hayes, of of the have been completely exhausted. Wo !/
the phosphate industry
manager, a quantity of fruit and vegetables following manner, to-wit: By a rifle Starke. I state will have many Interesting kle were business visitors to LakeButler therefore will close down the entire tt ,

.has been canned this season. wound inflicted in the leg, the gun beIng The couple] left Saturday afternoon of the Friday. September 10. ; '
idea plant on ,
young points and will give some
From April] 1st to August lat, Smith and Mrs. A. T. Curter visited relatives e
in the hands of, Kirby ,
;!, via Jacksonville and Chattanooga geological] formation of the state down "laxst night wo wired !900) hotmos
Davie Griffin Mrs. O. L. several last week returningto
Mrs. O. J. that Ir. Smiut was justifiable. here days
Beasley, Miss Janet Durden, Mrs. G. ? / for Cincinnati, where they will through the centuries. The paper Lake Butler Tuesday. that supply u.* with material to stop
attend the state fair. They will then I be shipment; unit this morning letters
W, Alderman] Mrs. Geo. C. White.and} THE MASONIC PICNIC shell pecan industry represented I Dr. J. E. Muines made several pro-]\ }
make brief visit with Mr. Weekley'sparents standard and telegrams were Bent out to about +
a almost va
Mrs. Max Klosterman canned for win- : by every new tensional trips here !last week, having r

ter use the following amount of fruit The given by the ]local Ma- at Athens, Ohio, and return riety. The citrus Industry of tho : been called to the bedside of Miss 1,000 more. ?
picnic via 'Vashingto'n". I). C., to their homein southern and central part of the state "We appreciate the great loss It will
and vegetables] : sonic lodge!' at Kingsley lake last Oak. though It Hattie Dukes, who la ill with pneu mean to these hundreds. of supply t
will be complete even
19 quarts Dixie relish, 39! quarts Thursday, was the event of the sea. very monia. ,
will trumerous -
houses but It also mean a
beans 2 pints Is very early In the season. Beautiful Johnnie Andrews U on the ,
string 8 quarts squash, son. Nearly every business plact in Little
BRYANMARKA illuminated day loss to us. At present we
ima beans, 163 quarts field peas, 25; Starke WM! closed! in order that the tinted pictures sick list this week. day and
cars a
uarts tomatoes, 14 quarts corn, 18 and their employes could and night will rive our northern visitors Dana Duke, who was sick last week are producing 5,200 o-
proprietors took in Jacksonville natural beauties sell 0,300 a day. We have to ,
quiet wedding place some ideas of the we can ,
uarts okra, 3' quarts figs, 2 quarts attend, and the town was quite deserted. Is now convalescent.
21 in which well of loso down at a time when we are doing
our winter
August of the playground our
atermelon rind, 6 quarts mixed pick- Mrs. D. I. Blumo and Miss
known and popular fellow townsman, a greater business than ever before -
40 okra and tomatoes G country. Blume of Mesdames
s. quarts Masons from many places came to were guest "
S. A. Bryan, was the have been made by In our history.
Capt groom Arrangements
lart8.beets, 11 quarts peaches 12JXunrts I attend the picnic and, beside Starke Miss Dekle and Varnes Sunday. ,
I 3 and Ella Marr, the handsome and personal visit to New Orleans for the and Effect of the Ford shutdown will be
sauerkraut, 2 quarts grapes, 'from Lawtey, Mesdames Amanda Gainey Ljil-
\"' people, many come ; accomplished daughter of Mr. J. T. central and most prominent place in felt on Industry In every part of the
week for Kissimmee
arts Raiford and lie Wilson left last -
1 Hampton,
Highland, Reside : Marr, of Highland, was the bride. The the convention ball for the location of'' where will visit relatives.D. country, according to official of the
to have good time. they
Green j ove sister of Mrs. D. L Rigsby The The number of workers em- I
bride is a the Florida exhibit. space selected visited company. _
WOODLAWN and boating there was J. O. Green, wife and son,
bathing of Starke, and is well known and popular ] U to be a point about which the here last week. ployed by firma supplying the Ford '
dancing, a band from the metropolis II
;"!Woodlawn 'Sept. IR..M.. Osteen Martin of here. entire visiting personnel of the con relatives company with various parts and rllW'I
music. Mayor ,
furnishing d
Captain and Mrs. Bryan will make vention at New Orleans will rotate. I materials Including Iron and steel
faafl visl-
Warren WATERMILLWatormilf
,. eon, were Jacksonville\ and other speakers discussed -
ton to Jacksonville Tuesday. Starke their residence and their many The plans for securing a voluminous was variously estimated at from lie v-
( Masonic and other interesting
J Krs. Frank Crawford, of Jackson- The picnic was a success in friend wish them all happiness. register, giving the names, addressesand Sept. 1.-Misses Rhoda oral hundred thousand to three mil- 11 i

t .,IUe, is spending the week here the subjects. ] occupations of those persona who and Reba Brown and brothers, F. E. lion."

guest of her daughter, Mrs. T. S. Wil every particular. e BOB PARNELL AGAIN want to know more about Florida are and W. W. Brown, attended the fish Announcement was made recently

liams. PRESBYTERIANThere being perfected.A fry at Hampton lake Saturday night. that Mr. Ford had, Installed oil burning g

JMiss Gladys Norman attended services G. C. Sweat had been missing good large/ number of' counties have Mias Alva Thomas ]left Saturday I furnace at one of his plants as a

at Evergreen Sunday. are services at the PresbyterIan many tools from his mill\ south 'of already sent in their quota. Several for HeDbronn' Spring* where she has an experiment and the hope was held \ dy

..Farmers are busy setting strawberry" church every Sunday. Starke. He suspected Bob Parnell, others have pledged their support but accepted a position as teacher in tho out that the Ford. company could be

plants.] The acreage this year will\ I Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preach colored, of the theft, and had a search have not remitted. It Is the desire of primary department.Miss able to weather the coal shortage. It

be larger than last year. ngatlla.m.and8p.m. warrant sworn out against him.. The the committee that all those counties I Clarissa Carter, of Starke, developed today: however, hut .only '

.2Rev. D. L. Phillips filled his appoint- I Subject next Sunday, "One Sweet officers found the tools at his home which have not sent in their part of pent the weekend! here with her the furnaces In thwmachlne shops had -'' ;

ment at Rising Baptist church Satur- : Did Chapter." and he was arrested and put In jail. this "All Florida" fund, do so at once, 'mother, Mrs. Viola Thomas. been>' converted Into oil burners.

day and Sunday. A cordial invitation to all.I'D. He was tried before Judge Green, addressing communications to Mr. I We are sorry to report the recent The Ford plants, In the aggregate +

1, Our school will open next Monday, I found guilty] and sentenced to jail for Jules M. Burgulcres, President of the \illness of Evan 1I0dge.t onstltute\ Michigan's greatest indus-

and we hope the patrons will cooperate Boree has bought a new Samson 60 days and to pay a fine of $25 and Southern Development Board and Laura Carter spent last week In try, from the standpoint of employ-

with the teachers In trying to : track for delivery of lumber, cement all cost lie 1 I. now scraping gum Chairman of the Advisory Committeeof t Lake Butler, visiting her slater, Mrs. ment and as such aro among the largest j

make this a successful term. and brick. for T. J. Knabb, corfVlct lesl\\ i.. the "Florida First" campaign.- Waters.-. -, In the country

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Harding Appearing/ Kefore) Congress f4 .a 1 .
Pleads for Legislation to Curb the :

I Coal Strike ->t'ommiHsion: Given ___ h ..
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a a, Broad Poweru--Might: :Settle; Strike D M+nh.,7 iMa 71Kp \ .
With both the anthracite coal and y ) I
c I / the railroad strike negotiations still fv4 1 ;; U-

i I in progress, congress/ Is taking\ decided U
\ I stand in industrial questions. A
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1 sW't'pinj.government\ investigation of
3hw rfN r
j ( I the t'oallndustry is provided for in the .,N7,Yy, ,yAr( M
{ (. bill introduced by Chairman Winslow, .e d

of the House Commerce Committee. i .

Other legislation affecting the rail sit- The

/ u 7 I uation is expected to follow. ,

1 The one hopeful sign in the indus.
'! I trial sky is seen in the increasing

? 'y number of bituminous mines follow

< ing the Cleveland scale and resuming

t ; mining operations. The anthracite ra

,: parley has struck many snags, the :mssIILTHtEIJ: BKANTU2Y. OF LAKE WALESA Telegraph .

1 J!''f ; most serious one being the refusal of Polk county girl\ Miss Mildred of $500 given by The Times, and her n

John L. Lewis, president of the!! union Brantley, of Lake Wales, has been acclaimed picture will be published by leading/

I miners, to accept any arbitration in the most beautiful girl in magazines and newspapers all OVer

1,1 : the settlement of the controversy. Florida by the judges in the beauty the country. She will also be asked

I '', Seniority rights were the rocks which contest recently conducted by The to play in the movies. ew

'', t' ; ; 1 made the conferences of railway men Tampa Daily Times. The decision was The contest brought out the fact i iI

111 :t, 1'1 I stormy sessions. based> on photographs, nearly 400 of that Florida is a state of beautiful

1. ; 'I The Winslow measure creates a which were entered. /girls, in the opinion of the judges/ who I

Commission of nine members, to be Miss Brantley, who has just graduated worked for many hours over the hun- --S

s i : known as the United States Coal Com from high school and is only 18 dreds of photograph submitted. .

mission. This board will obtain information years of age, will receive a cash prizecigarette I I

,+ regarding all questions and .
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problems connected with the industry.No tions of the law by the board, they .

member of congress or any person 'i1 Hold nothing until a private citlzen-

r, who has any interest in or is con- who was interested in a great indus- .. t\s\ one of the necessaries

nected with the industry will be eligible try that came near being/ ruined by .

to serve on the commission. The the Volstead act-proclaimed the outrage of life for Bradford

salary of commissioners will be $10- to the world. There can be no

i ,' 000, and the commission will cease to real distinction claimed by intelligent County people, and that

ofl, people in the sale of liquor a few miles

fact from port and on land. The United this fact is becoming more

Report by Jan. 1 Next States government, enlisted! in the \

JI The commission will report to the j suje of liquor by the shipping/ board< and more recognized all "
must be the laughing stock of tho
I president and congress by Jan. 1, 1923
i and make recommendations to "pro. I civilized world. Inconsistency is deplored the time is seen by the -

1 mote continuity of production and efficiency in individuals; it is hooted ain
4 in mining and distribution and governments. number of new subscribers .
Recent inquiries as to the source of
: maintain uninterrupted, movement of I
I coal in interstate commerce and safeguard liquor supply for the shipping board constantly added to '

51 the interests of workers, ope- Of I vessels does not appear to be bringing

,: rators and the public. A half million They areGOOD ", I any replies-and yet is there a feature our list. Join the proces- .
dollars will be appropriated for the ,0' of our government that can be
t expenses of,the commission .J: I hidden from the people who are presumed sion, and find out what '
i to know where and how the "
I A bill to create a federal coal cor I '
,I a poration to buy and sell coal is under : money they contribute is expended? is going on at home "

i I consideration at the department of SHIPPING BOARD I i The pitiful spectacle presented by
I It + commerce This \\a in line with thopresident's the shipping board, crying to retain and abroad

appeal for such a commission ,, the fut jobs involved and scheming in t

. t in order to divide stocks of fuel every possible way too make a showing -

q l evenly and prevent profiteering. SCANDALS AGAIN II I' ( regardless of facts and figures

President Addressed, Congress I which prove its inefficiency and gen-

In his address to congress on the I eral worthlessness, is now soon to be
; strike situation, President Harding[ Judging by the comment found in emphasized: again in the demand for
the newspapers of the United, States, from the taxpayers. 1
emphasized that his administration, money ,
) regardless of their !
1'f' having exhausted every means for a on 'l Subsidy and rumsellingagainstthe ?
i Y. settlement of the rail and coal strikes, general proposition of enforcement law-and a fleet of worthless ships
the Volstead act, the hesitation shown I
Yi now is resolved "to use all tho powerof rotting in the rivers! -The: picture is J

i the government to maintain trans. by the violation powers that of be in regard enforcement to the I ont that would turn an average American Only $2.00 Per Year
Groups who take the law into their open stomach. Add the subsidy to the

own hands, the president said, and attempt laws by the shipping board Is I list of extravagances/ and the people .
i not regarded with much approbation. $1.00 for Six Months
to control for their own purposes will be more than ready to rebuke
the resources of the whole people Just why a government! agency\ presumably '! with their votes the partisan and unscrupulous .

I can only be regarded as perils to pub- employed to carry forward a I servants who would despoilthe in advance
scheme undertaken for the
lic safety. He said; neither employers : musses to benefit their particular ,
fOf the shipping interests of the
v nor employee could entirely escape responsibility i friends.-Times-Union.
country should be allowed to continueto .
for the present industrial "
fl j openly flaunt the orders of the department -
situation, but he condemned in particular -
t the "shocking. crime at Herrin, of justice, and carry on its I
business without Interference when a
111., and described recent railway I
great part of tho forces of the coun- .
troubles as "a state of lawlessness
try appear to have been enlisted to
shocking to every conception
law and. order." prevent the same acts by citizens, is loud: new beam repeating, and .
not easily explained when It I U ocntlrmej after a long
Wants N ) hasty Action That Chairman Lasker defends his lapse or time, even it we hesitated to ...
1 In outlining his proposed measuresto I belle to It at flint hearing, wo feel secure Address all letters and remittances *'
to -
the that
position on plea it is necessary -
relieve the present .situation, the In acre tint Its truth now The
to sell liquor on American owned, .
president asked that no hasty Action following experience o( u Starke man '
be taken, os he proposed to invoke existing and controlled vessels in order to meet is couflriuid .alter", many years Bradford

,. laws to settle! the prevailing dis competition is not worth l'OrlRidl.ra'i Ilansfonl Austin, farmer, gave the County TelegraphStarke

putes. He held out, however, for the tion-the government has sacrificed following statement April 12 1914:
make hundreds of millions in revenue bypassing "It has been .some time since I used ,
creation of a commission to a
the Volstead and retaining Doun's : but this remedy FloridaI
sweeping: investigation of the coal sit act, Kidney< Pills ,
it, although many people regardthe helped me when I way having trouble
uation and for temporary national
with buck. Donna\ cured me
law as far from being perfect orenforceable. my
coal agency. This agency would pur- Others tam
of the complaint. of the
But since the law
chase sell and, distribute coal In Inter' prohibits
fly ha.ve11110 used them with good results. -
the sale of liquor on American
state shipment as an "instrumentality .
i of guarding the public interest where territory and the department of justice On !March\ 21, 1922. Mr. Austin said:
long ago ruled that an American "I all I ever said praising -
I + private conscience Is insensible to a e
e public need." ship was American territory, the opine Doon's Kidney Pills They cured me "
ion of the special attorney for the of lame buck and kidney disorder
Though he pronounced as Inadequate h
shipping board would appear to belittle and I always have a good word for C I:.
the Jaw creating the railway la- .
excuse for going ahead with the them. .. f
bor board, President larding maid "no I plan Price 1:01': at all dealers Don't ; ,

S perfection\ it by congress! at this sale simply ask for kidney rf'medy-get ,, .
Whether the prohibition of the
could be helpful In the present Doan' Kidney Pills-the same thai
paralysis of tr.ntl! or- of liquors on a shipping board vessel Mr Austin had, Foster.Mllbura Co.,
would cause a loss of business or not Mfr.. Buffalo, N. Y.
the president madeno
I tation. In fact, it would appear tKHit the government;I .
as to legislation
is committed to ft policy and In violating \ i-
affecting the ruil strike, intimatingthat iI
it, for the 'Purpose of boosting a
forcesto I
he would' tine governmental
war hang-over, which is daily, cowtirigthe
Sell Gin Your Seed Cottonat
deal with this phase of the Industrial or
leoll! ) money and bringing nothing -
upheaval, but confined his recommendations tft return, the odium of nuireranceIs / the Port and Save,Freight Money
1 to the coal industry
'Is'' \\ congress and these officials We buy all varieties! of seed cotton .

which could stop it. both lung and short. We also da custom ;,

; V No Worm mat Healthy Child\ It was said that tH. sale of liquoron ginning. Write for price and
r All children. troubled. with Warm ""WI >a a*, shipping board vtfcsels, having been I particulars.
beelchrcaler.which lodlcetei poor blood endml
.., there le man or 1 Ion _..claGJ dIMnrbMie. brought/ to public attention, would
hell for CWO or tIa... week will enrich the blood. I .
In prove dUMtloa.ud MI..a--''SUeDIt".D "h- sidy bill, which leas been urged upon FLORIDAP. .
Tmsl to Iba whole.,..m. N.mnwill thenUuowoffordtaixl i congress. It is a disgrace to find that O. flex No. 1163. Telephone 3147.
the worm* >id tho ChlM will be I
a .. .. .' while high/: officials] knew of the viola-
la perfect.: t>e "H.Flwu* t w >' 73o per betas -
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is of generous dimensions ;POx hlO J
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News of Florida in Short
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I quire any extra precautions again.-* iJ SsK
Live State News drowning.! It was built with the mail i i1

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the children, but is ample enoug! I
Told by Our Exchanges. to care for grown-ups. frAKJfeyMffittWii s i K fi yfi

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mm '.n" ;nmmmmmmwmlll 1iIII111.'U'!: -- ---y..u. uH..I.I I&lWJIIIII The trials. of a motorist took an un /

.1 I Parker, a Florida Seminole I I Construction of a proposed $150,001 'usually peculiar turn for J. S. Abercrombie -

it mt' squaw, who has been living i iiliansenger theatre and business building to be of St Augustine. Ho left'hi-

section( on the Kissim. erected at Ft. Pierce by R. N. Koble- machine with nil of its component "

I a,*' river, died a few days ago, at thi 'I gard, of Washington, and E. R. Min parts in what he thought was a sat B"8 liiukftu$ 3Tj(!

i ted age of 130 years. shall, of Tulsa, Okla., is expected t to place. When he returned and confidently -

I I begin within the next week or so. Surveying mounted the upholstery and applied i !

\auchula is now lighted from its of the site is now under way. the gas, the engine seemed willing '.

nlcipal electric light plant rowe / but the rear end recalcitrant ) l'.1 :

1', m the new plant was turned on a Two charges of dynamite buried I in Quite plausible, too when it was learn-

...a. days ago as a permanent power the ground near the west wall of the ed that Someone had removed, the rear

>II, r lighting proposition. storeroom the Seaboard Air Line end of his transmission.
railway shop at Jacksonville were exploded :

Twenty thousand people attended early Thursday with little ono Concealed in paper bags, the bodiesof IjNcdTILIi

oh Ford-Fordson show held in Jacksonville damage, and without casualties two newly born boy twins were 'n, ,

according to estimates recur- There were no clues to the perpetra found in a trash heap near the Jack t
tors. sonville cremator on Forest street. ; r
i from the registration! booth am: .
the They were brought there in the morn
of .
.thers in charge program.The
Work on a $75,000 plant to house! ing's collection of garbage picked up
the machinery by which potassium in a certain section of the city. Officers i4Lt.lh {

Exchange Supply Company's phosphate, a non-acid substance, will investigating the affair, state (70"Behind
,''ant of Plant City will open Monday; be prepared for fertilizer manufacturers they have several important clues to .

morning, after a shut-down lasting by a special process discovered and work on and that the place where the

most of,the summer. About 300 men patented by A. C. Kreisa, is to begin bodies came from probably will be '
be In the A ride in Lincoln is
and women employed in learned trash I a one continuous
Jacksonville within the next sixty through a negro wagon
mil-," days. driver, who collected the bodies. trip of comfort and enjoyment. Changes s

I in road conditions; bring scarcely any The Phaeton

More than $2,500 a front foot a new Moving direct to Florida from the Taking;? strychnine for quinine caused perceptible difference in the smoothness (.,

record for Orange county property, I Pacific coast, where his operationshave the death of Mrs. Mary Hare, of with which your car travels.: $ Ir
was paid for a two-story building; in been conducted 1 iji the past, Rex Bristol a few days ago, according to
Orlando by J. G. McCrory, of New Ingram, noted Metro Pictures Corporation an investigation which followed the Rear springs shackled at both ends; final

I v 'irk, president of a company operatne director, arrived at Jacksonville demise of the lady. She had been suffering drive through a torque tube; combined I i,

a chain of ten cent stores. I enroute to Miami, where he will establish with a slight fever and sought with superior control of the motor
himself for at least one production the medicine chest, intending to find power itself, afford a master sense of
While a number of companies have and possibly many others. the quinine. Procuring what she tookto Ten Body Types i
bore for oil in this security In any driving emergency.
been organized to be quinine, Mrs. Hare swallowed it d
,rate, and several wells have been, Fire and in few moments began to feel
believed to be of incendiary a
drilled in searching for the elusive origin destroyed nine freight cars in peculiar and began to get dizzy. Going I, ,f, J. W. ANDREWS, JR., Dealer
fluid, so far as known there has not the to the bedroom she threw herself
yards of the Tampa Northern railway i STARKE, FLA.
been any oil brought to the surface. i at Tampa. A quart bottle, containing across the bed and in thirty minutes ,
a small amount of gasoline,, was dead.A I
Jim Robinson, 17, of Siesta, was fatally ...... -... .
I was found near the origin of the fire,, .' -, -- -K" _- ... ->-, ..... .... l
afternoon when -
injured Friday a and officials are convinced that the check in payment for one million t
Pistol he was carrying was accidental. mailed to Newman ,
destruction was the work of fire- strawberry plants was
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the bullet thru -- n.----
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\ discharged, (: brands. Brothers of Plant by the Osceola
the abdomen of the young man. Hewed Growers! Inc. Owing to the considerably The fourth of a series of dynamite CKUKSOMK: :: MIIKDKK. IN PENNSYLVANIA '5

twenty-four hours after the ac- There will be approximately 2,000 increased strawberry acreage(: outrages here during the last few days BIG COMBINE TO VI :I r

idcnt. I more strawberry refrigerator boxes to signed up during the last few days, occurred Thursday night when an attempt -
I I made to the homeof I Philadelphia, 1'a., Aug./ 25.-Detectives 'a
take care of the movement from Plant the growers; experienced some difficulty was! destroy DEVELOP WATER
information from Bartow is to the City this winter than there were last in securing enough satisfactory Councilman James A. Williams, yesterday were working on one '

effect that the Meadow Oaks Dairy: Reason. This number have been built, plants, for next month's setting. Many who Is steel! shop foreman at the Seaboard of the most gruesome murders encountered -

i ompany has added 450: acres to its! contracted for or are being planned. ,hundred thousand are being furnish- Air Line railroad shops. At 9 hero in recent youra. Following 'Ih

already large area of holdings in Polk There may be many others built between ?d ]locally but it is estimated that Os- o'clock last night a dynamite bomb POWER TO LIMIT discovery of the! body, of John ,

county and will increase its herd of now and the opening of the season cola county growers this year will was hurled into the Seaboard enclosure Buckeye, CO, In u marsh near Girard M.I :t

150\ Jerseys to a considerably larger] : in December.One use' approximately three million of the near the main gate, the force of I Point, near the Delaware river, covered
number. I plants. the) explosion slightly injuring C. C. ro.\r! ('IUSIFOItCI:; ="Ii( I IHo\'I'r.Oi': I with knife wound: f

I of the big property shifts of Hicks, special! gent on duty as prop- 1MKNT: OP) NIAGARA'S- Mrs. 1 Kll/abcth: Salihott, occupant of i

One man is dead, one perhaps fatal-; the year has just occurred in the exchange Despondent because he could not se- erty guard. Councilman Williams and. :MENSKVATKRroWKK= : the bout house in tho vicinity, who Is. +

''v injured and three others sustained at Orlando of the 3,000 head ure work after months of futile family were thrown from their bed. 1 relieved. to be demented! Is. under ar- ,

injuries, the result of an accident at of cattle belonging to the Southport earth, Peter Darioult, 66, of Detroit, by the force of the explosion, which [ Washington, Aug. 2.>. -- A comlnmi- I ri'Bt. M''tAccording

Vlton, when the main steam line of Cattle Company for the Jesse Bumby Mich., Saturday morning leaped from wrecked the front of theif homo. They thin of three of the largest/ InduHtrinl! to Mm.. Lantana Ages, occupying '

the Alton mill blew up. Physicians : trove and farm property in the vicinIty the second story porch of a Tampa escaped personal' injury, and, u short interests in America to develop! the another l hoalhnune, oho was

were immediately sent to the scene of of Lake Jessamine. The deal involves hotel, where he was a guest, landedn time after the explosion and attempton power rvHourri's of tho St. Lawrence on her way along, the I'enroHO ferry 7''

.nc accident. i more than a hundred thousand a pavement below on his head. lIe their lives, they were escorted by river, Inn, been given such impetus by road near Mra. Subhott'a boathouse,

I dollars in property. was picked up by friends! with his United States deputy marshals to a the fuel and transportation crisis: that Wednesday night\ when she heard s ?

Thrown to the ground from his bile lead badly smashed in and, rushed to down town hotel where they passedthe ( immediate steps to harness approximately agonized groans, then the voice of I t

when it was struck by an auto- Frederick Haberlach-, 21, recent arrival a hospital where his condition was reported night. A gaunt, of marshals was 1,000,0110)( () horsepower of new woman shrieking "1t0 away front m'I I ,i I f'' ,

nobile, Roy E. Tomlinson 12, of Pan- at St. Petersburg, was drowned critical. The leap from the placed at the house. I hydro-electric! energy for New York house. I
unit the New Kngliind: states' are believed !- I1
ma Park, sustained a broken neck. I while bathing at the Fountain ofi'outh porch was his third attempt to end his Mrs. Ages raid
"i died soon after reaching St. Luke's pier. The body was found in a life during the morning, his first two Merritt and Gay, enroute to Miamion certain. tint SuhboU boathouse and I heard a I I T,

'loBpital. The accident occurred near ramped; position in two feet of water i ittempts failing to injure him serious- official business, took the two alleged The Interests "behind! the proposed. man's voice crying, "help, she's .Blub- : '
he home. I at l booze runners, their car and cargo development, na! "
boy's /
underneath+ the bathing platform Ily I the Ling me; won't someone! help mo ?
I he pier. It is thought his death was /( 'in charge1 at Stuart and proceededon negotiation: for been tinder necessary At the same) time two dog! \ '' kept" bya ;, J
Fearing arrest on a charge of operitmg caused from an attack of epilepsy, ashe The cries of a babe, its first day ap- to Miami. Upon arriving in the power permits way, neighbor, bowled dismally. Mrs. d $

an illicit still, Curdis Lnngford: was a strong swimmer. parently in the world, wriggling and city they called a policeman! told General Klectric: Co.
wner of a hog farm near Avon Park, kicking under the bites of mosquitoes they were officers, that the car was a The telephoned the police, even nil the deli + '

ind widely known in South Florida Identified by means of a gold tooth, and crawling ants, attracted two small 'bonze car and requested him to keep I Tho Aluminum Company of America. runs shrieks from the other boat

where he has numerous relatives, shot ;.he; skeleton of Arthur Duckett, formerly boys to its plight. The baby had been his eye on it while they and their prisoners house rose higher and \higher, while a
himself in the back of the neck and Is an employe of John Clark, of abandoned in an underbrush on the : stepped into a cafe to get a bite t The l)u fonts.Applications tho groans increased and then died 1 + i
not expected to live. artow, was discovered Sunday. Wash outskirts of the Talleyrand section of to eat But the faithful cop soon became for permit, r
I made in the of the Louisville away.
working for Jacksonville. It lay wrapped in paper suspicious and determined to an searched d
Singleton, another negro The police on arrival at once
and! the St.
Thirty barrels of whiskey, billed aa Hr. Clark at Waverly and for ei rh- through which its tiny feet had kicked, play safety first. So he notified police -I Power Corporation the neighborhood, with (luHhlightflami : A '

molasses, were found by federal dryagents teen months missing, has been arrests near the St. Johns river. The infant, headquarters, whereupon u squad.| Lawrence Transmission corporation.Following discovered the body of Buckeye' I j
of the
: in Key West in a freight cat : charged with the crime, and U: now an eight pound boy was turned over of officers soon appeared, handcuffed, ) the completion lyiiii in the mud. of the marsh literally 1
on the Florida East Coast railway'sferries ;'leld at the county jail, awaiting aBaring. to the Children's Home, apparentlylittle Merritt! and Cay! and rushed them to project it is Intended to merge the two covered with mosquitoes, the bend and'j 1
of The Frontier
from Havana. The car was handicapped by its early exper- headquarters.' There the two alleged I. concerns under the name buck slushed to ribbons. The dead JI f(

billed to C. Elgin of Key West for I ience. Little clues had been found u booze runners appeared and plead for I Power Corporation.On man's face wn, buried in the mud l, and.

trans-shipment north. I'I James Barlow: of Spar, who recenty to its parents. the release of their captors. But I the basis! of estimates submittedhere will It lit believed the horrors of itutTocit-
than / (
not less $200,000,00(1
until finally ,
reported negroes to the authorities (there was nothing doing, lion added to his last moments.Detectives .
Peter Marine, an aged resident of I for making moonshine whiskey, was I II Abandoned and its gas tank punc- the captive officers were able to get in I be spent in installing hydro-electric, ) In the meantime went to 4 0'

:Sneads;; Island, and his wife are deadas attacked in his home Friday night by tured, a gray coupe, bearing a Nebraska touch with u federal officer, who soon plants .and, transmission lines." About Urn Subbot boathouse and were forced. t )
The accident I beaten. found a aidu and identified\ the two officers night' years would bo required for tho /
the result of drowning. a gang of negroes and badly license, was on appeared to break down the door, as the woman w
occurred in the Manatee river in I Barfow succeeded in wounding two of road near West Palm Beach by dep- who were thereupon released, after work. I had piled furniture against It. Aa

front of their home. There were no his attackers. Three negroes believed uty sheriffs. In it were 25 cases of their unique experience. The alleged they entered she shrieked and strove '

eyewitnesses to the accident and no I to; have participated in the affair are liquor and the personal effects of the liquor runner were not s<> for- announcing Detroit, Aug.Saturday. 2H.-Henry that bin Ford plants, in to hide n bloody knife In her bed.

one knows just how it occurred. I under arrest and officers are searching man and woman who startled the tunate, it is stated. When caught in the act, she laughed
16 because
Miami to West Palm could! be' September
countryside from cried out "Yes it's mine,
for others. his for wildly and : ,
coal began fight
of shortage,
Beach by racing and outwitting Pro- SALIVATES a I tell
CALOMEL and Wit blood-that's blood
ASPIRINSay Paul H. Nisle, Jr., Id, son of the hibition Agent Tom Foreman, whose AND LOOSENS TEETH I what he believed was a great principle -I "
Associated Press wan informed you.
former editor of the V'!ro Press, was car turned over during the chase, and the What motive lies behind the tragedy ?
while makinga the road< who blockaded Next Done; of This Treacherous today in sources close to the manu-
drowned at' Vero Beach deputies all along The Very : of the marsh Is now occupying the attention
"Bayer" and Insist! successful attempt to rescue his taster the road in an attempt to inter- Drug May Start Trouble facturer.Mr. has started of the police.No : 1;y
drowning, after they both cept them. Foreman who received a Ford, it was r
from undertow West Palm Beach, telling You know what calomel Is. Its what he declared la a fight againstthe
in a strong wire from -
v had been caught Calomel is dan- profiteering in coal and he Worms !I. a Healthy Child
bathing. The two were near- him of the find said that the man and mercury; quicksilver. .J
while in into a boarded early It crashes in sour bile like believes he Is in a better position to All children. troubled with Worm. have in. u.-
stepped an
shore when they woman had probably gerous. lthycokir.whk.b tndluiwi poor Wad ud sacrule.
ing +
the young man's strength' northbound train and escaped. dynamite cramping and sickeningyou. 'do so than anyone else. He fuels, it thr0 \* man orl I...* etnmerh dUturtmnce_ i
deep hole breath he en- attacks the bonn fend was stated, that by taking up the fighthe (..HOVE TASTELESS!: CHILL TUNIC alvna. mlularly i
failing with his last Calomel fur twos Ih.... wack wtP.. orlch the blirnl impemthedlamtlon..ndwi.eae.nnretxtrrntth ",
couraged his sister to keep strugglingfor Two remarkable Instances in the should never be put into your sys Is doing: every other manufacturer : i.. ..E
V rearing of large families have been as well as working men throughoutthe onlat Tonic to ttim whole"".um. Nature will tbm '

shore. recently in the Oxford dis- tem country, a real service. throw off or dlnptl lh.m.andth.blldwlllbe,,..... note rhfl d
established If feel bilious, headachy, con- .la. perfect _''Ib. PIMMO*u tfUa PCI
Lee Nichols Mrs. F. M Anderson, wife ofa you_ Mr Ford denies there is a coal .
I of Aubrey trict. I
The execution and all knocked out, just go
stipated The of Ma i
held five miles west of shortage.: investigations I.-.mm
rapist, being farmer residing CDaICJ1Dm..Il'<;;>
self-confessed to druggist and get a bottle ofDodJion's convinced him It
in the Duval county jail for the Vo- that place, gave birth to a boy which your Liver Tone for a few cents representatives of the COFFINS & CASKETS r1 ;
coal brokers coun-
hold that
again child. Mrs. Anderson Is ,
TUlesn sea the name "Bayer" on authorities, has Is her twentieth harming veetable substitute
you I lusla county which !Ia a of
of Full Line
p&d age or on tal>lct. you are not get. I I halted. He was to die on the is fifty-two years of age. With one for dangerous calomel. Take a I try have an enormous supply And a t,
tuJP: the genuine Bayer product pre.aenbrl I. been last Friday morning in De- exception, twins, her children have spoonful and if it doesn't start your hand. The Ford Motor Company UnJtrtak Sapplitt
by physicians over twenty"two gallows caused by Sixteen, living,I better and i could obtain enough coal to cover a -- -
is born aingly. are
yl..re and proved safe by millions for Land. The stay this time been liver and straighten you up II HEARSE ,
if it would submit AUTOMOBILE
The calomel mid with- tract ten acres square
from sec
I I out of a writ of error nine boys and seven girls. quicker' than nasty )
CoII"I Headache, the suing hand The beet 1Id-
Volusia countyto which la believed to 'establish out making you sick, just go back and to being victimized by profiteers, Alwgs on 6 '
Toothache court for ond instance, I Hi..
Lumbago the circuit .*. ml the lowmt price
Earache Rheumatism, I I court by James II. a record I i. that of a negress get your money. it wall declared. dal attention to telegraph .rB t
the supreme calomel 1 It makes you weeks It asserted' ,
Don't take For several was
Neuralgia Pain, I'aia Jacksonville attorney, now residing near Summer-field who, although .gl' tered Embaltaer l t
which Bunch a of lick the next day; it loses yon a day'swork. the Ford offices at Dearborn, has been -e. 1
Aerrpt only "B yer" package only twenty-two years age
contain direction handy boxen in Tallahassee. children. Two Dodson's Liver Tone straightens flooded with offers for coal, deliveries 4 4STARKE
proper the mother of ten
I ia and feel great. DeWTIT C. JONES
of twelve tablet cat few cenU. Drug- yon right up you guaranteed. It was stated the prices
is and three
gieW aLto tell bottle. of 24 and 100. I A dream of ten years ago Justnow feta of twin, triplets i No .alt.! necessary plve: It to the ranged from 1CX() to 300 per cent above FLA IIKDCJIIDIIIID !
Apirm i* the trade mark of Bayer coming true with the announce- gle births, record her contribution to children because It ia perfectly harmless | t.
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demand for elimination of the real Hunch Evel\ i i I
Published weekly and entered as !
reason for our coal strikes-overproduction. -
' class matter at the pos
!1S.. Peabody, one of ,the By CHARLES E. BAXTER

i office._ : at Starke, Florida. leading owners and operators of coal MMIV.H" -JMIW,,.; Fairy Tale

: I mine in this country, has come out Copyrlubt, 1928. Western Now.pop-r Un.oi

r I r F.-. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner (flat-footed with the statement that the "Slick:! 'fill up quick! t-.Moat /.GRAHAM t,11.e.IfYV.n1 Y"lel BONNEE, ,

thief fault in the coal situation is the ItJdgejey.I the rnxlilnr of the Operative ;

I : im.\l>FOKI> COUNTY development of capacity for produe- TrUHt coiuuuiy| looked I nut BESSIE BROWN BEAR"I I

tion fur in excess of the needs of the through the !grille of his cage Into the ;:,

Bradford l county, situated l in northeastern country. This over-development, he wicked, muzzle of nn automatic. have been jawnlng, as I have stll
i llehlnd the autoimitlc was the face C .,
Florida, is 30 miles In length contends. menus a heavy tax upon the felt a little sleepy. suld Bessie Drown
of u man who hud been Inijtilrln' little bears "because !
I Bear to the two ;
north and south nnd its greatest consumers to keep non-produelnr ..
\ about check, moment or two
a U I have rested for so long a time.
; I width In 21 miles. The land l slope: mines. and non-producTng miners In l
"It Is not because! I need l any more
from east to west and the natural co.mml sion. It was the noon hour In the offices sleep. Ol, no. Indeed 1 1 have had iLt

drainage is rood. Except in the valleys The charge has been made, and wi> of the trust company, and l the place quite enough sleep. I have bad plenty; $3 9 E
1 L I of the larger stream, where i It believe it,,has not been successfully refuted was quite deserted. No better Urn of rest to last me for some time. That 1

4 is lower, the elevation of the ]and that there are 200,000 more bi- could 1 have been chosen, nnd no |better Is, 1 do not need l a long sleep for i a Ii

i t above sea level is from 130 to 200 feet ; luminous coal miners in this country occasion, for the trust company; long time I "
hud $12, Pure soft water is found l everywhere i than are needed to produce all the had "You are a dear little bear, and so
bunk and the robber <
1 at Menopee, 'i
the surface The climate Is i coal Is your little brother. Ah! I have two
near : : normally reqiiir'! It is the result been of this
evidently uwure
"i + healthful and l the absence of limestone of war time inflation of the In- Carefully covering Itldgeley, the a of mother the sweetest bear could baby have bears that e'er.:

j t' and stagnant water makes malaria dustry to meet war time demands.If man moved round the cage and -. "Your family naiue, dear children

impossible and mosquitos rare. ilK has been Raid, the coal Indus- opened the door. Is Alaskan Brown Bear, and I will tell [

f Many lakes are found l within the county try has in its 200,000 workers more "You git buck there!I" he ordered you something of the ways of your)

4 and l many more just over the liner than is really necessary, then it is ob.. motioning with his automatic toward family. I II
i the, safe In the "And I It
big corner.
in Clay county, which furnish nth and l vlou that the consumers of this coal When winter comes around It hv
,1 you move a finger or let out a squeal '
t recreation. Damaging storms are ab are being called upon to support thes you're gone !I" eli, to think at nude! of your winter; :

y ; t; most unknown and] the rainfall, whirl: men without any real return. It then Covering Itldgeley with) his right home. For In the w Inter you must rest I $580 ,

1 ? f Is not excessive, is distributed with are 4,000 more coal mines than are band], he swung open the, till with Ills and sl'l'plnd the mother bears must

tolerable evenness. throughout the needed In this country to yield us our left, scooping up a few packages' of look In the after sleepy the winter baby boors time. which come I :

f i year. The halt during the summer is normal supply of fuel, then the coal! ones and twos. Growling, he crossed yi' I III
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"But when must
spring conies you I '
not oppressive and we have seldom consumers are called upon to supportthe to the safe."Open I' Poly and 'I. I II
awaken us am inwuklng,
' any destructive cold In the winter. The operators of these mines and pay Itlilgeley'er, I"shaking he ordered.,\ obeyed, him then you can take long walks' over the II I No other manu- ':- I 'i't.. I II

r last freexe wo had l was in 1806.! dividends which are really unearned. hills and mountains. They\ will be cov I :
door I"
"Now that
etaml against $645
The principal timber here i Ifl lonu Such a condition is economically unsound robber ordered. "And keep 'em up!l' I erect with snow, but the great, coltwinter I II! facturer in the I

leaf yellow pino. The big timber) cuts and in an industry of such a i And, shifting. the automatic Into hh I will be over I :IIi" world has so per- I
I character the coal business and the muzzle "In tho winter you must be sure to
0 ended years ago so that we haf no widespread ns left bund, keeping ,i maintained
y t' desolate arena of cut over land.! lo" t the is bound to cause trouble. Remedy pressed against the cjslilcr's\. wiilstcont be in warm, dry dons. You fan built sistently -

+ ,/ contrary, the once denuded areas are ) this condition and we may then t. he begun' to I pull open the Interior : fine ones in the ground.; yourselves."And such
will IIIU..tl11I'S eat good qual&L
of thu safe you
i l covered with pines and expect low cost lines operating 80C compartments standard of
+ 1+ now young his right,: I nourishing food. Ity nourishing. food 1 I
these young groves, alternating with clays\ a year instead of 200 as at pres It was like a hideous nightmare to menu food. that will make you strong and determinedly 3285
ity so -
: li the old 1 growth and, the cypresses and lent I ; we might expect the removal of Illdgdey. It was a Saturday morning I and well and liiiiuNome, > as brown

I l i gums growing in the. damp situations,, 200,000 idle miners into other lines and, lie had been about to IPIIM tow II boars should be. You may wear gold' kept. I

'-iI give the landscape a park like appearance I of industry so that the 400,000 or for the week-end. On a peg hung his colored suits or darker brown suits. prices down.

which has a charm of its own. f>()OOOO who remain could earn a docent overcoat. On the lloor was his traveling "But golden and brown are the colors at \ I
Ills hard hut, which had which are most becoming to the
Iu when the annual wage without n prohibitive bag. I
In the early summer, grass So when
been dented from some eanrusslon.Bashed Alaskan I'.rown: Hears, so we have you buy $430 '
the woods day's : Such an adjustment 01'1' 'I
t is young and vividly preen, ) wage. I
to grin knowingly nt him ways worn these colors Ford Products
flI are in their gala garb. In the valleys experts inform us, would result in the doI I I I III'
i lie waited In a l'oillsWl'lIt while the "Fight, It hurt or attacked but i' I
.of tho larger streams grow oaks Raving: of tho enormous sum of $1011I ,- man, uttering growls of dlssntlsfaetion I not get into rows with men. No, stay you will enjoy not ,

of many kind, ash/ hickory and other I)I 000,000 a year, some of which wouldgo went through the compartments away from people! I only the satisfaction I. I II

hardwood trees. I to the miners in advanced nunual But time safe was practically empty. "But I was telling you about food II' '
the balance to the "Where Is It?" demanded the robber Grouno1.1 of having
The land is wavy, of sandy loam waA'elllInd consumers I lllce are good for you to eat. .I I 'I {
underlaid by clny. In its natural state in lower price of coal. turning on Itldgeley with a savage squirrels will du you no harm Fish I made the right choice _

of The coal business must forget its snarl. I Is excellent fur you and plants and ''I but of saved
( close growth having
with 1:1
it is covered a "We It tin hour ," : !
shipped ago
which furnishes rood grazing war time jag and get back to a normal fruits are fine for jou. j'j'I I besides. $385
w regrms: llltlgeley answered. I money
"You belong: to the family of bears ,
basis. und such remedies that given
e 1 for cattle and sheep. When cultivated as "Damn you, you're lying !I" shriekedthe which of I SpoclaI:! 5;:tiJ or Pominwtlc Tied
4s proud' of being the family
nearly all of the cer- bare are worth at least a thorough in- other. Call write or phone Wh..U Can B. Supplied
it produces I the largest sized henrs in the world.

eals, fruits and vegetables which\ growin i vestigation.JIK. Itldgeley shrugged' his shoulders "That Is an honor for our great family I for our terms. ALL PRICES f, O. B. DETROIT
the he the blonde
Through grille saw
the temperate and sub-tropical I alone That will make you try to I
WHITE NOT A CANDID 1'1'E bond of Miss linker, the prenldent's
,.: zones. The farmers "live at home"It ] eat what Is good for you, I am sure.
secretary ns the girl came up the I

Bradford county should for some I Ij To the Voters of Starke: steps lie saw her stop, saw her eyes For tine and you tall both arid want handsome.to be strong and !III J. W. ANDREWS JR.

j cause become isolated from tho rest contract-then she was gone. I ,
I At u recent meeting/ the town "Now that 1 hare talked for awhile I
of the world, but little inconvenience "You scum I" roared the robber los- ,
; council, n petition wns presented asking 1 feel better 1 mean Unit I feel. wider I II Ili; Ford and Fordson Dealer,Starke, Fla.
would' result, as everything In the way Ing nil self-control. "I'll croak you If ; '
that the names of certain person)s don't-" I awake. It Is hard to willIe up properly I II i'
of food as well ns cotton for clothing you 41
{ be plnced on thp ballot, to be used at Footsteps sounded 1 outside lie hesitated !
could! be here. Up to a few I IP-SST!l
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the c'nsuintown/ election. My name turned whirled out of the cage I II II :: .
years nbo, somp'of the farmers hereeven ''was included in the petition. After as tIle porter mine running toward i' ...;;;.,............-.......... -

grew their own 'tea. The principal I- mature consideration I have decided him. There was a report, a spit olflre. I I

farm exports are hogs, cattle Olespn fell, again and :
got up tw-
that I will not be a candidate for nlderinnn. FOR SALE--Mv house and ,
I ', white and sweet potatoes, cotton, stood, looking with a scared, gaze at
I have served the town in in Starke. Will sacrifice if HI,
i t eggs and! syrup. Our truckers grow! I' his left hand, which. was running \
I this capacity for several terms nnd September J, S. E. Raybon,
{i ii it 1 and! ship strawberries! sweet corn, to- rENT-A-\VORDI
have spent much time in the discharge rile' robber turned and ran. Shouts,
I' { r matous! cabbage, peppers beans, let- of my duties. This, I feel, I can nu the Bounds of n confused struggle' FOR SALE.-Second hand am''! '
onions cabbage
( longer nfford and, I will nok be n candidate reached IJldgoley's\ ears. There WHS Hobart coffee, sausage and! !1"1t
Our horticulturists ship ,
I at the coming election. At th" more shooting I butter mills, coffee refiners .u n

a Japan pprsimmons, pears, grapes, or- same time I express my sincere thanks "My God !I" said Uldgeley feebly. I .- roasters sold on long time. W-iti. ,

tinges and. peaches. Many other kindsof to the public for the confidence shown And, suddenly nerving himself, 'he WANTED C, O. Bull, Everett Hotel, Jack ..
cereals, vegetables and fruits are I stooped and opened> his traveling bug. .
in their desire for re-eloction. ville, Fill
me my ----------
grown for home UHO and to supply the I It was crammed with packages of
W. Will
Bhov.tog \"ANTED-New crop corn. Will
local markets. bills. Hurriedly lUdgeley begun pay .
FOR SALE Klondyke straw o
I them Into the safe. It was not ,, market price Starke Poultry Farm. -
Four railways crllllN rosll the county NOTICE until the last one had been restored 9-l-8t plants. C. Letsch, Box 40-A Ft' u..

makinA' -the rail transportation facilities that he desisted from his frantic mo\'e-I "How Darling They Are." A, Starke. "

,' excellent. The mileage of the Notice is hereby given that district ments. Then he leaned back against 1 AGENTS WANTED-Sell the original -

public and secondary roads is very I registration officers for Bradford the door of the safe and wiped the at first. One feels so sleepy after along Watkins Products. Good city FOR, S.\LE CHEAP-Buick Si..

great and makes! the communicationwithin I county have been appointed as follows sweat t from his forehead. I, sleep. That sounds. very funny, territory still open. Get our wondTr- No. 1 condition, with second <,,' '

the county easy. The county ,, : "My God !I" he whimpered again. I but It Is very true; ful offer and free samples. Write tires; tires are practically new. \.
Only ten minutes before with the "We are sleepy, too" said the little Stark .
has bonded itself in the sum of $5 O.- I Precinct' No 1. Lawtey, Ernest B. twelve thousand dollars safely stowed cubs ; "we still, are sleepy." today. The J. R. Watkins Co., Wainwright, Route 1,

t Pot fo,roud-J. One brick-paved branch Wells. away In his traveling bug, be had been "Well," mild Mother Bessie Brown Dept. 79, Memphis, Tenn. 8-ll-4t (91tf.

wf the national highway :will run thru I Precinct No 2, Starko (north), J. contemplating )Hlght. / I' Bear, "I'erhllps -)'ou can have' a little ---.-- FOR SALE-A practically new pian

tho county north and south and') connect P. Klckliter. lie hud laid 1 all hit plans with the I nap apiece. AGENTS WANTED-Men or, women. Will sell cheap. ..AA. Wainwright

us! with the outside world, and Precinct No 3, Starke (south), J. utmost Hklll, and, In a few hours would "It would never do for you to have No experience required. Sell the latest Route 1, Starke. 9-1-tf

several important roads will be im W. Morgah. have l been safe from pursuit. And h< : to share a nap. No. I will allow each novelty, "Phon-o-brush." The

proved., The work i Is now under way. Precinct No. 4, Graham, C. B. Roberts bail not. dreamed how heavy n load one of you a little nap. real dirt chafer for records. Sample FOR RENT:
lay on his conscience. I "And then I will wake up, tot
There are three incorporated" town! you and wholesale prices, 2c.; Martin'sService
Now it 1C terrible burdenhud the springtime I hlis really! come and we
was ns n furnished Hats
and several FOR RENT Two
within, Bradford county Precinct No. 5, Hampton, A. A. Box 115, Itarney Station,
l! hl''n'I'movell( from him;; he must be up and about""One Stark
the 4 each. D. E. Knight,
thriving villages. !Starke' county Putch. Omaha Nebr. R184t. rooms
brentlicdfrely ugaln. I little nap apiece," said each of ,
seat and is a noted trade centeras I Precinct No. 6, Theressa, C. A. The I'resldent, the secretary, and the cubs. 8-25-4t "

well ns one of the principal straw Younlt loool. two policemen,, came running In. I "Aist one little nap apiece" said I0lt SALE PERSONAL
berry shipping points of the state. It I Precinct No. 7, New River, C. M. "DliI IIP get It, Itldgeley?" the (> Mother Bessie Brown Hear.

is a clean, handsome town, with all Phillips. ident limited. rl's'l And, as the two little bears went of. FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry PILES, constipation\ ulceration, !flit>

modern improvements and exceptionally D. W. Ila- !I'or +uii"ver Kldgeley swung open! !Moth.er la bleeding itching, euro,
the ; Precinct No. 8, Brooker, ,, to sleep In a very few moments, plants. .A. Stern, Route 3, Starke fissures, ,
good society. It is I! well supplied zen the door. of. the safe, showing the bill Bessie Brown Bear half-closed her Fla. 'I at home. Write for free trial p.m!!

9 with churches, has nn excellent i Dunks will 'be open in each district In their phice. I eyes and had a wee nap, too. 8-25-21 less pile combination. S. Tame
'I 1 h. ,, shouted In his del
school, newspaper, a theatre und UI from September 4, 1922, to and including presMent But she woke up again a little before Auburn, Ala. 8-18-St
light. -Cood,: boy!I" he yelled. "Tht : FOR SALE-Our Walnut street residence .
company of the national guard. Its : October 11, 1922. 9.1) 2t her cubs and, as she looked at
within reach of the famous I, -- -. .------ --- fellow gut dean away, but we'll have ,, them, she said to herself: at a bargain, if sold at once. SEED CORN COWPEAS
+ easy him In n fl'w hours. We've got thenumber : Write S. Brown MILLET": GRASS SEE)).
"Kittens may be very cunning babies Jay Plant City, ,
luke-"a lake on a mountain"
Kingaley .. of hU car. But-yo.U openedthe I
ITHACA WINS be sweet, puppies maybe Fla. 8-18-8t-10-6 SORGHUMFor
; -with crystal water and unsur- oiififor him?'" may very
playful and funny, ponies and All season
very immediate shipment.
passed bathing and boating facili- Captain Paul: A. !'$i "I Old, ," Higllod, lUdgeley "but I't I
:lu C"rlill Snooting taken the packages' out and put there; calves may be very lovely but after FOR SALE-About 40 berry refrigerators able Field and Vegetable Seeds. Write
ties. ,
Editor of F.eldandStre.II all, there In nothing In the world so
r Im Lawtey shares with Starke the distinction -e; In Unit, cupboard<1 behind the corral I adorable little sixty-four quart. Dirt I for Price List and Catalogue. Our
cunning and so aa a
straw sayer i "Th I tint sponilvricc 1 paper 1-I had a sort ol cheap for cash. Brown & Son, Plant beautiful and instructive catalogue U I,
of being nn Important Qu n ever bear cub, except: one thing."And ,
bought was art bunch something would happen." Fla. free and gives valuable information on
i City, 8-18-8t-10-8
berry center. It is a fine,_ busy Itiacn. it H i iluat kn that Is-two bear cubs I 1110w I
{ tie strong p, Mal 1 strong they farming and gardening for Florida
of cultured people. darling they are How '
city and atteot* ju t Essential Assumption. FOR SALE-One slightly used No. 4 and the South. Write to us today for
of Starke is in the1 as hard a* It will bet"how
: south before
uiJ wh.n I !*>t*& C "Why don't you go out yom I. II. C. riding cultivator cheap. seed require.
Ab special prices on
v .. beautiful they are, too. your
F center of a rich' trucking and firming was a boy" ,. w.,', people and tell them you have earnec .
\ Am discontinuing trucking. J, II. stock will)\ enable
Brown Is Our
Mother Bessie Bear very ments. complete
.\1 section. Itis a busy place, pleasant this great oitlce and you want It because j
live in. you are entitled to It?" I proud, for these are her own little Williams, Starke. .&-, 5-tf on to supply you to advantage in price-
r 1 villages are, "That procedure," rejoined Senate baby cubs, and they're a. tine as they and quality.E. .
Theressa New River Ora- I Sorghum, "would be extremely ama could be. In fact, I think they're the FOR SALE-Don Donlison strain A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY

lirooker, have + iJ a'd teurlah. No polished politician .think.ot finest cubs I've- ever seen. Rhode Island Red pullets for winter Oldest and Largest Seed House In Fla.
ham and Sampson. These places Mother Bessie Brown
"My ,
1 the surrounding accepting public responsibility except laying. $3 per trio. Mrs. T. L. 202-206 E. Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla.
a strong trade with and Bear whispered. "My darlings, na
I with! reluctance as a great
tl i farmers, and export farm produce,I favor to his fellow man." babies' could be sweeter than you two Wainwright, Lawtey, Fla. 8-11-41 NOTICE ,

: truck, naval stores, lumber and cross- are I" FOR SALE-Twenty acres of hay; 'I -

\ ties. y Anyhow He Know Batter Now. two acres of sweet potatoes and one There will be a cemetery working
has had little or no The Phrenologist-tI-m-m-m I Verj Overlook a Compliment
Bradford county of 14th.
half at
acre sugar cane. Inquire at Elzey chapel on September
hai. unusual condition presented J here Ruth, aged six, did not Understand
advertising and the settlement Brownlee' Jewelry Store, Starke. Everybody come, bring dinner, and
:1\I Cat4loau Fr.. Bump of knowledge seems abnormal!] the meaning of an encore and wai
,, \r:. therefore been slow. But the Improved Double poneor developed. And yet there Is not tht very much disgusted with the audlenci 1NFOR working tools, and spend the day in
roads, soon to come, will tend to Sam* up. w children's In which. cleaning the cemetery.
a I 1. barrel accompanying mental acumen UHuall at a recent: concert \
; show outsiders our !good: and cheap trap anna "II up. attendant In such case.*. I can't ae she took part SALE-160 acre farm, also O. P. HALE.
excellent ITHACAGUN house and lot in Starke the I
lands, healthful climate, count for It. "I just know that we didn't make I
t school facilities and good, law-abiding CO. The Subject-Lean, professor Thai single mistake," she exclaimed, "yet of the estate of R. R. Wynn. Ap I Remember the farm machinery to

I people. New settlers are desired and ITHACA.' Box! O.N.-Y. Is where me old lady bided ine wltl) the people down In front made such ply to L. A. or L. J. Wynn, Starke, I keep it repaired, and housed from bad

I{ will be made welcome. a skillet'' when I talked back to 'f!i a fuss that we hud to d'> It all ova Fla. 9-l-4t weather. /

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Marshals Kite and Alvarez: \

11 Bits of Local *< w i wares captured ruling\ ,in which Starke.some prescribes bootleggers But a foolish that and moonshine court their \; :

11 must! be ascertained by a chemist
it. Information to contain alcohol\ before the vendor I

inn be tried, has held up tho trial!,

t.'e..nfy Omr T.t. l. 1w... trsr T 'I. as the stuff had to be sent to the tnu* 1

g"-.v. M w C._....f r_ lu-miat to be analyzed.


.._ ,,., tamos.., ..s.._ w._ ; ,1 The largest pears we have seer thin
I I 1I season came from the orchard of A.
\ D. Andrews, of Uaiford, was in !Mrs E. Markley Johns and little H. Johns. Ho has several Keiflfer, pear

,wn Monday. I I II daughter, Gloria, have returned home' trees loaded down with fruit. Lust

I from Hendersonville, N. C., where I season almost nil his pears were stolen -:

Aubrey R. Moore was in Jacksoni j they spent the past two months. < by moonshiners, who came there

,i!<' on business Monday. I i one night with wagons and! hauled oiT! J

i Mrs. M. L. Smith and little daughter two big loads. This year he has saved

Mrs. J. M. Alvarez spent several Mary Elizabeth, returned home his fruit by keeping strict watch.

rays: in Jacksonville last week. 1 1F'or j Friday after spending several weeks

with relatives in Latta and Johnson, HYNAMITERlAKE! ATTEMPTTO :

building material see D. Boreev S. C. I WRECK AN A. C. L. FLYER

I umber. yard on Cherry street. 8-18-tf j i I Wooden 'frI'Ktlet'h.hwell'- Creek! !

Mrs. James Shepard and children I
Nelle Roberts of i U Undamaged by ExplosivesJacksonville !
Miss Lawtey,
and MIlS Kate'Livingston, who hnd ;
of her sister Mrs. E. L. |
the guest ,
been In Elijay, Ga., to visit Mrs.
20. An ,
Aug\ attemptto
11I1C1t1l. Shepard's relatives, have returned wreck Atlantic Coast Line pall'njl'r We'll match "the other fellow"on ,

Dr, E. L. Biggs has returned 1 homo home. train No. 83, bound for Tami-n,

titer a stuy'of several weeks in t the \v-is made last night! when a charge" i'

north I Mrs. Sarah I. Hamrick wil'' o-in dynamite was net off( at the Big Fish- Quality and Prices .

he kindergarten\ next Monday! morning weir creek trestle ten minutes before

Mrs. A. M. Pettit and children have'i at I 9 o'clock, at her home; on the the flyer was. scheduled to cross. "

?>-n visiting Mrs. J. C. Jones, of Oil- '! corner of South Walnut and Lafuv- I The charge set by a time fuse, apparentlv ) and beat him Service

tan I ette streets. I placed by amateur wreckers on ). r

-_ I failed to damage the trestle and the 1 1td 1
Miss Sara Sweat, of Arcadia,,spent I Roy Hemingway/ of Wilson, N. C., I i train; sped, across a few minutes after ( '

Monday with Mr. and Mrs. O. O. I and Joe Hemingway and, film ly, nfrernnndinn it let go. Come to m!' and you'll get fair prices on Good. .
'11r. I been effective the
,-weat. I| Had the charge:(
are here this week to seeLileir
who entire south end of the wooden span I rich Silvcrtowns or Goodrich f.1brics-fresh, ,
father! II. D. Hemingway, Goodrich SILVER.
\ and Mrs. William Motes spent j jhe i"l: would have l been wrecked and the j
seriously ill. TOWN CORDS in new stock with a lot of life and long wear a '
Callahan visiting rel- carried eight
week-end at train; which cars,
1I\"es., |'cluding three Pullman !slopers in-I every sir I including in every tire. 6tl
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An auto party composed or N. T. j'i I have plunged down n twelve-foot embnnkment. -

Misses Jessie Thomas and Isabel ; Ritch, D. W. Alvarez John GOODRICH FABRICS been / (
Better<<: y'et--youillgoaway feeling that you've
Hullon spent the first of the week \\n and J. M. Alvarez, of r.'SaPP'1 I This win the first local attempt tit i including

Jacksonville) I I i Thursday last in :Jlacclenny :. train wrecking since the start of the the f J in o us new treated right, th.it everyone here is anxious to please

ness.' Mncclcnny Standard railroad I shop strike, nnd while official \l low .55"30x31 you-and t that you'll want to come back when you
I i t.
Produce good farm products and of the Atlantic Coast Line were unwilling ,1 .
clincher. need another tire or tube. Conic in; soou.J. _
then advertise anti, let the people know to directly attribute the attempted -
:Mrs U. E. Rhpdes and little son' .
hat> you have. Ralph, Jr., returned! to their home in I outrage to strikers, they and
: officers who investigated' the occur W. ANDREWS JR. m
Tallahassee Sunday afternoon. They )
and .
:Mrs Florence Powell brother, the effort bore ,
Rhodes' I I rence, declared
accompanied by Mrs. l'III'O,1 't.
Paul E. Canova, Jr., spent Thursdayin were 'marks similar to other recent FORD CARS FORDSON TRACTORS
Alvarez. el.
I I mother", Mrs. J. M.
Jacksonville. I|i mite attempts STARKE, FLA. l :

Mrs Ervina Reynoldof Raleigh, G. C. Livingston has had the place :METHODISTOur ---- -- ,

N. C., is visiting her mother, MrElizabeth until recently occupied by R. Burrows, I -- i

Johns. overhauled and partly remodeled, and Sabbath '
school meets -
Sunday every rmU Ht
J, 'I it is now in good shape for either a i morning at 10 o'clock. The Sunday ll tt *1CAffI GENERAL INSURANCE

:Mrs W. V. Winters, of Callahan, UJ'isibing j garage; a store or a warehouse.Mr. : school lessons are graded, that is, '

at the home of her father, the subject i is suited to the different QCupyrghl. HAROLD C. WALL

William Motes. \ and Mrs. G. W. Alderman and !j of the pupils. .

daughters, Misses Mona and, Blanche, I nges-Here ar<: some' mottoes everybody, !! IViU>> Widt ,in Nuw.itup r Union? STARKE, FLORIDA -

The heaviest rain of the year feMonday and Miss\ Eunice Perkins motored to 1
Should .t
in Stnrke adopt: f
I think It thou ,,,101.1 Inow.. AUTOMOBILE
iifternoon and more. road repair Swift Creek Sunday and attended services -I< "Don't drive your children to churdi'1(0 Oh. soul, that will tuinpluln, FIRE. LIFE BONDS

is in prospect.Mrs there at the Baptist Church ] with them." what la cunivulcil littluw ,
--' I I II Our burden .mud' our pnln;; P
---- I "Better endure a little heat in ] How Juut our alt' 'flll"h biltiKa, L *

F A. Scott and daughter! Mlis At R. R. Crosby's meat market, opposite 1 church now than more later on." Nearer those IUIIHI fur thlnWe HAROLD HUME Wm. SIMMONS t>, A, MORRISON, Jr.SIT. .
Doris, spent Tuesday in Hampton at Ford Garage, the besf steak toward happiness Meek for now In'l1ln- ...
"The first steps I think them wonlflHt "rejoice, ant] not Pr..idant Vlirl'r..Ulunt Tr.
tha. home of 1,. J. Wynn Bells at only 20 cents a pound, chuck \ arc the church steps." complain.

steak at 12 1-2 cents, stew at 10 cents, Brother Rooney will be here next Adt'ltildi. Proctor BeatFertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry

O. G. Cooper and, family are spend 'i Satisfaction; guaranteed. Phone 28. I Sunday morning und will preach In''I HELPFUL,-HINTS Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

,nil the week at Kingslcy! lake, occupy 8-25-31* ] the morning. He will hold the third Prompt Shipment :9( a ,

ing the Kickliter cottage quarterly conference while here. The Add a scraped' nriutilii ur two to hoot

-- -- Tho Peek and MiddU-burg roads 'I'pastor will preach in the evening. henna : It improve. Iliivnr nf the I A.k your nridbborIl.' know. t,

Mrs H. L. Brownlee and childrenare which during the late rainy weatherere having as his subject, "A Young Man In'mm, Crt.New; July' lit price list, JUST ISSUED. b +
guests this week of :Mrs. T. N. the Kingsley "com I ./ .. SVIii'ii MrrvliiKmi uc112c
so' bad in Hog Pen. ,
a Fla
Limbaugh at Kingsley lake. muters" couijl hardly travel them, Epworth Leaguers, where are you': J. egg "" toastx.711 1 E.:: O. Painttr.Fcrtili/er Co, Jacksonville, ,
in I III U Hick MTHGII., .
havo been repaired and arc now .
'lit the. toast Into
Miss Thelma Holtzendorf has returned I good shape. RAZE TI1K OLD JAIL l "IIK-II plfCfH. iiiul i Ur_a Yiatelas cfani TtMMi i r ,
visit KlTCr\E\
after pleasant I
home a
I rover. with the feature*vitality auc: ouertfy by purifying and frii -

Valdosta, Ga., with friends.Dr. J. E.lIlinl'lI: Jr., who has been the'' A landmark that we cap well do .pom'lii'il I I'Ki.1 It hlnrf th i lilimd.. You canmine teal It*Strann. r
CITn: Pile sea
nvliturailuil I
in of Hollis\ Knight for the past without, U the old jail It is no orna- IN much .'imliTUU CtINEt i iCopn'8h1. "l.iil. I

O. L. Haynes spent' Friday I' guest returned to his /home in Lake ment and it always recalls to the beholder |"iiHeil, ul, li), the ('iii imuut.Largo I'I '
O. week !
with his father, f
Jacksonville Bradford llnniT !hiipUliiH, In most n niIIIPS -
He will leave noon the barbaric age of ., !
Butler Wedne duy. 19IJ. W..l. N wm>Hpnr Union.
who is seriously ill. ( beldam, usr.r'eL'U' (four of them)
Haynes, he will enter a when such prison' was allowed I ?
--- for the North where county, set, toKi'lheillli, liiMiTtlcni of hcuvy "Tho'' luniiblr iltUen/ of thi land I uf the local school) urn hereby
exist. Its history is not flattering wlian lad In thv of a .IOIhl.""" I'
to armor ;
Lot En .ey, of: Jacksonville, and Tom medical school lace and llnlflii around' the edge! with I coon. IM ironju-r" than all III. hush of {' reminded that t we only IIIII HchoolI 't 1
Morris were recent guests of Tom to our people. the Insertion iiiul the IUI" '. Jhls makes Error: I lioolcx. ?.lId l HiippIii'H fur CASH. There '
Kingsley lake. !Messrs. Carl Knight and Herbert Bradford county owes to Starke the n inimt ilfMlrulili' mill' pretty 1 mull ': i HomechmiKCH in tha mhiption of
Limbaugh at tare )
after spending of demolishing the structure. The STAIN REMOVERSIn
returned, home duty clcitti.Vlicn
Ritch have I and
texts for the high school grades< ,
in the North Carolina brick of which it is built can probably \ curlulnsltli' any d'slgn! tie j jronir I I I
The Broom ,CBs factory: two shuns from fubrlcn. one i only u fw( of the dixplac-ed, hooks are '
another building > fiiilod, Item (In dye to mutch i removing
/ made the trip by automobile not be used, for \,, dip I'I'No
buildings/: are being extended, to accommodate mountains smooth willing be broken and applied UK nttlnus nf the room. Ttieanlnn, \ : I I hurt" nlwiivM to remember Unit di-llciito J exchangeable. exchange of Gram-
; but they can up
increasing: business. anti inort will Htlll show, iiml) the curlnlng will I t <'OUM| inuy liufiuled tour school hooks except thorn in abHoluUly i j
going and coming. as road surfacing or coarse concrete look like( new j jTwiHtcd ,! by cur the
Sr., has returned work. Anyhow, get rid of used! to roll handling UHIIHHufeMt | | > of tablets ink
J. W. Andrews, eurriliahes n complete supply penspencili
children, ,
home from Hot Springs, Ark., and his Mrs O. L. Ilaynes and! .eyesore. <'rtiiiftlcslll) | give H new. nutty flavor ':I tnelhiiditArNt. HtrapH( etc
expectedhome j If Htimh laupplled
friends are glad to greet him. Sara Hope and! Georgia are Cures. Malaria, Chills. tO such fllllllK.AD .: I J. W. MORGAN.) ,
many of next wet'k.Ir": "' | )t)1; (. to a npot. I
the first ordinary, HlniMbcrry, huller Is a _
Ga. for 666 I Fever, iilu: >u.. Fever, of blond" while It
appointed been in Fairburn, utensil to remind pinfc'nthers \
been has I most useful
Miss Doris Bcott; has ] Ilaynes death Colds. and LaCrippe.; ;; hi Iltlll ,damp, '
Vanderbilt school, weeks, on account of the frinii fowl. '"\ r11od !
to teach in the i several II | th. mun-li. In 1 'I
Monday. Mr, R. P. McLarin. In (IronliiK Hove tin bent hy Ironing
and will begin the term next i of her father lowed lit dry, tilts 'lie Spot rulihed the '
1I t 0 all the small ttil UK"( oi tlin sheets unit I IpIllowruHi'fl. 1886 '
I Clarets will bring awuy ,all color from ,1-
of Brooklyn, ] Tho burger pieces' will: I
R. Heiberger, TblH U enpe-J
were cloth
;and children I Cupt. the fibers of the
guettts Mrs last H. O.week Brown of Mr. Brown's lath was in town Friday. He was accompanied i I be l well Ironed by I the time the smaller | dully good. when cleaning wool. Other' ,
of the :Min- ones ure Huinei
Minder absorbed In the
Rev. J. Stains limy be
lives near by
er, Stephen Brown, who wh have I To keep wiilnut meats fresh, plate( sofa chalk |
der-Stull evangelistic party, Providence. II them, after hcntlng them In the oven DAVIS
successful revival meet- 1 Hour! or starch and blotting paper ;
I lately held and Lake In glass( jars end ...."I. The heating j I Imud.lolI"'r. useful to ulmorb, a spot (If treatedwhile |
Mrs. S. E. BrowrJee has returned | in-rs; at Melrose, Theressa Improve he I Itmor! uml they keep' iliiinp. | t ?

home from Palatka, where she spent Geneva. I All s"Ivents will not remove nil ] Xi

several weeks with her daughter, Mrs in When mil k I n K 11\1.1"'|>l pie or ilumpllnic, |" atulnn. For creuH UNit alcohol chloroform INSURANCEST
I R. II. Barbour, of Jacksonville, e roll a little grated, d't'148' Into the or ether! for delicate iabrlcu
A. V. Long. the/ weekend
expected here today to spend panfry. and I'olorx. Other Holventi are ben-

returned | with his wife and ..daughter :Mrs. When iiiltliiK sway linens place the tine, gasoline' rind turpentine. '

Miss Winifred ,Mott has weeks in Angie Sternburg, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.Harbour We grind Our Own Lenses freshly Ironed ones at the button: or la removing grease upotn, from a fab.; I ARKS

home after spending several i, and children! will return the the pile; In thin way they are all lined rlc plai'" u blotting paper under the ,;

Valdosta, Pavo and Coolidge, Ga, of the week to their home in NO .'DELAYgainesville In turn spot to' ubsorh. the diluted fat, no that ( ; l ,t
with relatives. I first A pier of tin or thin piece of wood' when lie solvent Is evaporated' there |

I {Jacksonville. Florida. may he used protect the wall when will not be a ring.

} Mrs. Emma Richard and Mrs. F. L. -- Darby chairman of the I washing the woodwork. It Is 1111"1"1|| | | A fresh grease impel racy often be !I SRAIIOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE

. Turner spent two days at Kingsley; | :Mrs. A. !M. Womans Club NOTICE OF APFMCATIOM FOR TAT: DEE) : alone' "i the woodwork. In wunheil removed by "putting a blotter under It |I

lake last week, guesta of Mr. and Mr. school committee of the C. Jones and UNDER GENERAL SECTION!: STATUTES 171 Hf THIS!: ,. lard IIIIIH'pI.ft from the pudding and pruning with a hot I Iron. The I I (In effect APrIl 30, 1922). .
\ assisted by Mrs. DeWitt Nntl. I Ia horvbr .l..n that 'r. C. H...n.purchuvr nerved nt dinner, lilli,' be used the next grease goes Into the blotter. j I Southbound .I
H. C. Richard. others, have been working at the high of Tax CrUAeat No. 153. daWdth : day (In innklntf ten esker or small gem All these solvents are highly, (Inflammable j
that 6th 'mr of Aiwiut. A. D. Isis b. aYdI.Id No, 1 reaches Starke at 11:40: p. m.
I school building this week, seeing .rUnto In mr offie Mid .... nuifl application cakei.Uramt. and should never be lived
\ Mrs. Raiford Johns and son, George, building is In perfect sani for tax fjMd to '-u. In accordant. "'l Tii.ro". mil If waihedto round an open flume. No,, 3, 10:59: a. m.

t\ who have been visiting relatives here, the large condition for the opening of our with law.dMerltMM Said property srtincae..mbraes, aituatod. In th.Bradford following papbtha.mp. If obdurule, nil with Machine oil may he removed with No., 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:53 p. m.
in Lake Butler tary County Florida. .to-wift tComnwnainic wash.Cream No 15/ Limited, 2:15 m. i t
returned to their home a little lard to Morten then and warm water lint water p.
school! nesk'Monday. :*><> ft W of E! lino of ......th. soap
Saturday afternoon. w..t Quarter. of Houthw Quarter on N ..1.leor stain*-U'Huli In soup. und sets (trn e. Vaxellna!, so often tiiln-- Northbound I
Hi rliiht of way and ran N :SI14 ft. W :ll'mIt. warm water after ,Moukltii. In cold l wa lag pillow( easescannot M removed No,. 2 5:19 1 xr
t' number of families who have bern a ta rlvht of way thmieo E: on Bald right al'rlves..starke. : a. m. i
The- U. D. C. will meet Wednesday A at Kingsleylake of, way. to the point of bee In Uouthw ter. after tha linen bas been boiled. Sponge No., 4 at 4:06: p. m. .5.a;.
their cottages Quarter of douthwse Quarter See. N fp.
afternoon, the Oth Inst., at t-30: at occupying to their homes, K. :20 K. 1 aer. .. Paint amid ttrnNti, roilY be removed with ether or turpentine when' the No 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:17: a. m. !
the E. Brownlee have returned The aid land balsa am n d at (ha date with turpentine. If the fabric l Is dell- tain U trend.Lampblack .
" residence of Mra. S. the number being, A. :M. Darby of the iMauanoa of Bitch. Mrtiaeate In ttm name If the No., 16, Limited, 5:55 'po m. 17 f 5
chloroform. will/ respond to the
among cats In color UM unrn ;
of B. r. OnliMT.Unlea
and Mrs. fI
I' J. M.' Brownlee.Mrs. and family, J- F. Kickliter and said .."'I fl.... ahall W .d........ Menrdin > italo (U old Often' by using equal, treatment given. for tar. if the stain. i 1 Wanne Branch ,
Z. Adkins and family, Mr. U> law. tax dsd will Yaw thvrvon on ammonia and turpentine. occurs on a or carpet, or dellcaivi No 101 leaven Starke 7:45: a. m. I
t G. C. came up from family, A. thi> 2nd ;day of fretob.r, A. O. 1 V2.WltnaM parts of rui I
Livingston II. C. Richard, of Palatka mr official alvnator. and wal I this fabric rub with starch, unit or flour, to No. 101 arrive Starke 3:15: p. m. j ;
I Tampa Tuesday to Join Mr. LlvinI !!'- and >Irs. the JOth day ,of Auvuat.. A. D imU. : I t '
Alvarez and party, of W. ALDiEKMAN.C. wdQ. remove all much of the loll as possible1beforw T. J. GRIFFIN,
and !Mrs. Clyde .
ton, who was here on business, ] ..... Clrralt Court. Bradford County. Fla. treating! .. Agent -',
I to visit relatives and friends. Jacksonville. (Seal') l5tl29 .a + t


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rki SIX ._ --- -- --- -
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...... .......................-...**** Handlers Supply or Fuel to .-;:
............... .................. -- ? Instructive :Meeting at Gainesville\ To KuiHiiig .
: Forward Farming Interests Equal 10,000,000 Tons of Coal I .
I .
I The Bradford ,
i With .. Farmers'(>f'k at the University of Farmers in Nebraska are not worrying -i

Florida, at Gainesville. August 11-10!!, about the strike of coal minor-.I m
and credit to They are planning to load their old 1I
Farmers was ft decided success a '
\ County I its originator, though not so well attended "barrel" stoves with corn, keep warm, I

1 as might have been expected. and save money. Burning corn has W

I..:.... ...................................................--...-............_ Those who were not present certainly been successfully tried before, but it L

--. minded a golden opportunity, some of appears thnt this winter will see the
'' I: the possibilities of our wonder state. first wholesale use of the new kind of

I i ('OUXT.U EXl'S' REPORTS'; I ,Kemember the farm machinery to The R pace allotted to J.he writer is fuel. r.' f
( ,, keep it repaired and housed from bad insufficient for going Into the details Nebraska does not produce coal, oil, r

)1 I, Alachuu-Have completed plans weather. j of each branch of farming and its /gas or wood, and therefore has to depend -

I for the boys' and girls' club camp to j side lines ever briefly. There wero on outside source for fuel. Some
, { be held next week at Eurlcton Beach. Produce !good: farm products and j three programs: suffering would result if the mines
. } then advertise and let the people know Horticulture, fertilizers and apiary were open at the present time, but

A\: !f Madison-Farmers will hold a fat what you have. ; subjects, sweet potatoes, citrus : corn Is expected to bridge the gap.

I'I hog sale in Madison on August 29th. -- fruits, fertilizer brands and truck Corn in Cheaper Fuel
I, I Three or more cars will be offered for The highest possible egg production crops. \ Corn as fuel is cheaper than coal,

h sale" at the lowest possible cost is a 2-Home economics and health; lectures the farmers say. Coal sells in the vicinity

good slogan for poultry men. on nutrition, household manage- of $15 a ton, while corn brings .7 "..IGN
' ;I E r) Dade-Every week sees more dairy ment, health and cooking. (It was ex- about CU cents a bushel. It is cheaperfor ,$ SI

', i cattle coming", into our county, yet the Your herd-will\ it grow better or cellent). the farmer to burn his corn than
j milk exceeds the present to haul it to the railroad, sell it and It's
demand for poorer as the years go by? Your herd 3-Poultry and live stock; subdivided I I aDOUBLE
supply. will very largely determine this matter into poultry as a paying proposi- then haul coal back to his fe 1n. Besides treat

I, ,. tion, poultry houses, the best feeds, the coal supply will be uncer -PeppermintJacket
Pasco--A large acreage of okra, live stock, dairy cows, feed, care of tain this winter. '' over Pep.

//1 P eggplant, and peppers with some fall Farmers are entitled to luxuries as,milk and butter, best breeds. of beef Seven million, five hundred thou- permint gum
I" cukes and Irish potatoes is being well as other people. Maybe that Is cattle, grasses and other crops. Each sand acres in Nebraska are at work @,

planted in this county. the reason why some of them keep' of these subjects was divided into interesting producing the state's fuel for the winter -

scrub stock. i lectures and accompanied The weather conditions for the
l. Clay-Harvesting of early sweet i by demonstrative work in the field. No last few weeks are ideal for corn r : hM

potatoes is about over, and planting of Paint on the ;buildings and a neatly person can estimate the value of these growing- and a bumper: crop Is expected 10 for 5c

I beans and peas has begun. Some 50 clipped lawn are pretty good indications lectures and their application in the .
acres of strawberries have been set field unless Many Fortunes in Corn
: that the back fields and the barn they had attended Farm-
out. yard are nothing to be ashamed of. ers' Week, and had seen the talks When the harvest season is ended, Sugar jacket just '
J I ocularly demonstrated.The Nebraska farmers will have about melts in your mouth,"

: OkalooHu-The farmers in this section Some of the most successful farmers lecture on insects of citrus $150,000,000 worth of corn stored, it then you get the delectable ,

t t are planning to plant considerable are those who work hand in hand fruits was accompanied by field work, is estimated. The crop is expected to gum center.

I I f acreage to satsuma oranges with the state and government agencies when these pests and their workings near 250,000,000 bushels. The valueof '

1\li\ Chinese son. sand pears in the coming wa-i which are trying to improve agriculture were examined. In fact, all the lectures 000,000 this crop tons would of coal.purchase about 10- standby And with also Wrigley's affording three friendly old

!'i' were exemplified, hence were of
f untold value to in If Nebraska and its neighbor states aid to teeth, throat, breath, ap
everyone his or her
I '. Duval Several varieties Of the strikingcoal petite and digestion.
-- improved special branch. Too burn corn during winter
cannot be
bunch grapes are being success- BLACK ROT said of the kindness and courtesy miners will suffer. There will be Soothing, thirst-quenching.
], fully'grown in this county, and the shown all by Dr. Newell and his staff shortage of corn and meat, corn being )Making the next cigar t xa

interest in this crop and other adapted Some of the worst diseases of the I by Miss Partridge and her able assis- used to fatten cattle in that part taste better. rJ
1 fruits ia increasing rapidly. I tants in the home demonstration 'of the country. City dwellers also will
cabbage crop are carried from placeto W9rk,
not be able to benefit by burning corn.
by many speakers of national
: place by germs clinging to the outside -
Putnam This will "en,1n fitted for such
county Their stoves are-not use
reputation from
of the seed and for this this and other states.It .
$\l. exhibit to the state fair in Jacksonville I is but the old-fashioned "barrel" varie- I I a
earnestly desired
h it Is only to few sanitary by everyone
necessary use a -
and to the South Florida fair in who attended this ty burns corn as easily as coal.
B,I precautions with the seed and the first Farmers'Week
Tampa, and in addition will send an
to serious losses In that Farmers' Week be made a
IBcedbeds prevent
S : exhibit to the American Legion state I GREEN FEED ESSENTIAL IN
.1 Ithe I crop, according to the Florida Ex: yearly event and that the next occas- HOGS
exhibit at New Orleans. periment Station. ion of the kind will have several hun- PRODUCING CHEAP C30e

. .' I Black Is of dred in attendance. Let us +ta
rot one the most serious go-get
Lake-The Clermont citrus club
wasorganized Florida hog raisers were given some
+ ,I ?" on August/ 16th, and will I diseases of cabbage that may lie completely young acquainted lives.and I have the time of our good advice on how to produce hogs

hold their first regular meeting on controlled by using a few preventive did.OBSERVER. economically by Dr. Dan T. Gray, director -
September 4th. The subject for discussion I measures, such as sanitation of the Alabama Experiment
.' In the seedbed, and clean seed which station Farmers' Week.
will be fall application of fertilizers during
i I have been disinfected with a 1 to 1000 FUMIGATE FOR THE CORN WE E-
and whitefly control. In the first place it is important to
solution of corrosive sublimate. This VILFlorida's have good producing sows. By thisis will no reduction in federal taxes: be I The new director of the bureau of

' I I Walton-Have ;spent: ; this week in solution may be made by dissolving meant sows that will\ produce two possible next year, but an Increase in the budget believes it will be a fine
: ,. the interest of fruit growing in the one tablet of corrosive sublimate In a corn crop will soon be going good litters of pigs in a year. Dr. these taxes will be certain. commendation for the budget system -
county. The farmers are going to pint of water. ( into the cribs, and with it will go Gray showed from records made at Budget Must Be Ready Sept. 15: if in the second year of the life
, plant the satsuma orange, Chinese For best results in disinfecting, the the corn weevils, which consume over the Alabama station that it cost about On the other hand if congress does of this system federal taxes can be
j I sand pear, Excelsior and Kelsey plum seed should be securely) enclosed ilea one-fifth of the Florida corn crop an- four times as much to raise pigs to not enact bonus legislation or if it reduced considerably. Director Lord
loose cheese cloth bag and, thoroughly nually, unless properly controlled.This the from that does enact such legislation and tho
I and the June blueberry mostly. A good weaning age sows produced has been in consultation with President i-
shipment of Big Stem Jersey sweet soaked in the solution for 30 minutes. weevil damage can be prevented only four pigs a year, than president kills it through a veto, the Harding at least once a week
'j' potatoes win made this week During the time the seed are soaking, if the corn .is fumigated with from sows that produced ten pigs' u director of the bureau will in all probability since he succeeded Charles. C. Uawes

: the bag should bo constantly moved carbon bisulphide in an air-tight crib. year I be able to show congress howIt as the head of the bureau, and Ima the!
, Osceola-have spent: much of the around in the solution so that nil air Tho crib should have double walls and Another important matter Is feeding can reduce taxes next ;year. best of reasons for believing that, It 1 I.

E time this week in company with tho : is excluded. a ceiling and floor of matched lumber, and for the best results the sow The "powers that be" must decide tin present intention of the prtsi.Jel't.
.. ,! assistant nursery inspector) from Orlando After the seed have soaked for 30 with building paper between. It is and her litter should i have a liberal very shortly what Is to be done about to veto a bonus bill.
. J inspecting citrus seedbeds and minutes remove them from the solution -: also, best to shuck the corn before it supply of green, succulent feed at all this matter. The second federal bud- I
f budwood. More people are calling for and place them in running water I is cribbed, as this reduces the amountof times. Then this green pasture must get must be in the hand. of President The country is clamoring for a reduction ,
t I ii.spection since the citrus meetings I for 30 minutes, or wash them In five space occupied by the corn, and be supplemented with a grain mixture. Harding by Sept. 15. The director of in federal taxes and no one !

. ', i this summer, when the Stato Plant or six changes of fresh, water. The also the amount of fumigant required. For n sow and her litter of six: pigsan the bureau should know nt this time 'I better fnformed on this demand fron
. Board laws were fully explained to 1 let (them dry in the shade and they acre of green pasture will be nec- whether any likelihood of congress enacting i the public than the president himself,
:. the Citrus fruits show- are roady to plant. One pound of carbon bisulphide to I II. for, from all accounts, his daily rnai
growers. are essary to carry the pigs to weaningage. bonus legislation/ exists, but he
ing good ..size for. this time of the Ulaik-Ieg, another serious disease every hundred cubic feet of crib space Is. without any dependable informa- I brings many requests' to do what he
j year. of cnbbngo cannot be controlled a" )la, in most cases, the proper amountto If hogs are on peanut pasture they tion on the point. can to lighten the burden of taxation.

J well us black-rot, by seed treatment, use. It is usually applied by pour- oat pasture, a ration made up of corn, The senate is under a pledge to give : .
I CHIPS as the germs are carried internally UK ing the liquid into shallow dishes set and tankage. If they are on rape or consideration to the bonus bill after The Quinine ...at Dots Mot Affect lr,>* .:IBrvmiso
i well as: externally on the! seed how- on the corn pile. The crib should be of Its Ionic And' 'laxative .,fTo"<'t. L I ; oat pasture a ration made upof corn, the tariff bill and a* the tariff bill !: BROMO CtJININt.: (Tab eta) ran Ir 1> uik-r.
: I I ;, Free boarders in the poultry, flock ever, such treatment as given above tightly/ cloned for 21 hours after the shorts, peanut meal and cotton seed has been passed it must fulfill its dutyof in by thu anyunc head.wlthnut. kOVEsaaiutuveenh l :::: l::.rtntiinit< '
t. should be culled. helps materially in reducing (the loss liquid i.s placed in position. Then open meal should be fed. considering the soldier benefit act.

when this disease occurs. the doors and windows and give the In fattening the hogs for market; The prevailing view is that congress Days -
i Weeding Is as Important in Watch the seedbed corn a good airing. The cubic Piles Cured In 6 to
4 : growing carefully and al- con- the use of green feed will also be a will pass a bonus bill before the ses-
1.1': A livestock as in growing good crops no the plants in the field! for tho nppenranco tents of the crib should determine the great help in reducing the cost of producing sion ends. i to Dru tun
I' ; on the farm.WEAK I of diseased plants, and when dosage. arid not the amount of corn in pork.SEEKS Confers With President Weekly i InslnntiV.. i reliever Ituhlnil: Plli-a auuilcnuoo.and can tf-.
such occur they should bo removed aonce it. It will require as much carbon bi mil wu aittr tit Brat Price' U'

and destroyed.The sulphide to fumigate one bushel of LOWER TAXATIONNew
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NERVOUS i corrosive sublimate tablets and corn in a crib as it will the same ---

| tho solution are poison! and should be crib filled with corn. Be sure to use Director of Budget Plans to Cut 1 I

ALL RUN-DOWN i handled with 'care. The tablets can enough of the liquid to kill the wee- Government Expense
: be purchased at any drug store. The vils, or the amount used will be only

i I solution should be made up in wooden wasted! 'Law Making Body May Upset Plans Hay Time

I containers only, as it corrodes metal The first fumigation should be givenat of Herbert M. Lord by Passing i

Humor! Lady Suffered Until She vessels. the first appearance of the wee- Itonus Legislation, Requiring!
I vils, usually soon after the corn is Increase in Taxation I
Tried Cardoi.-Says Result WORK WITH FORAGE.AND PAS- rathered. At least one other fumiga-

Was I TURK<: CROPS LIKING PROGRESS Hon will be required later in the fall, Herbert :M.: Lord, new director of pHereWeHaveDEERING I
Surprising.Got Aloif
i I and another in the spring. This is the bureau of the budget has set aboutto :

Fine, Became Normal I The department of forage crop investigation necessary because of the hatching out open the way for a reduction In
of the Florida Experiment: of weevil eggs, which are not affectedby federal taxes next year. In under-' I
and Healtay. I
j Station in co-operation with the U. '5. the gas.Carbon taking this task he has the cordial

I I Department of Agriculture is making bisulphide is highly inflammable support of President Harding, and It

Springfield Mo-"M,. back!: WM M experiments with many grasses and and, when mixed with air is goes without saying the taxpaying I
weak: I could hardly stand up end I I[ legumes from different countries. explosive. All fire should be kept public is with him. His plans for
would have bearing-down palm and In this work when any new plants away from the crib during the fumigation lightening the federal bureau of taxa- MOWERSand i

9.WM.V.not Williams wall at wife any time.of a wMl-kaowa fay Mrs !I!I are received for testing (usually very and the airing which follows. tion have been thought out carefully

.( farmer on Route s. nil plane. "/I, small amounts) they are planted out Explosions during fumigation have and apparently congress Is the one obstacle I
f kept getting headuchea and haring tdl in a small experimental plot and are been> known to result from corn that in the way of carrying them
BO to bed." continue Mrs. William 'I kept under close observation. When fa insufficiently cured being heated to out successfully. I
;' describing the troubles from which such show : a high temperature. RAKES !
plantings promise of being If congress enacts bonus legislation -
w ,ne obtained relief through the tug of
y : Cardui. "Mr husband, having heard I 1 1ot adapted to Florida conditions it is and the president does not nullify
Cardol, proposed Retting it for me. i"I then tried on a larger acreage. Subscribe for the Telegraph. the action of the legislative branch of
L saw after taking some Cardal This work under the direction of the government by a veto, not only in Stock
that I was ImproTlnr. The result I Ii Prof. W. E. Stokes Is making splendid "COLD IN THE HEAD"tl ,
i WM lurprlslnc. I felt like a different
person j progress, and among the grasses that an acut attack of Naaal Catnrrh.Tlioie A TONIC
aubjoct to frimuoiit "colJa in the
_, "Later I suffered from weakneM have been found to give good results lend" will and, that the uao or HALL: drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
\ cad weak back and felt all run-down. CAT A HUH MUUIClNh. will build the
for pasture are Dahia Napier up
.'j I did not rest well at night. I wat a. grass a/item and l render them l leas Iliiblu to Energy and Vitality by Purifying and Also Full Line of
nervous and cross. Mr husband said and Merker grass, Pall is grass and ulila.. Ut-puutuU attack. of Acute Catarrh Enriching the Blood. When you feel its I
ho would got me tome Cardui. which Para and Carib grasses. Another HALL'S may lead CATAKIUI to Chronic MEDICINU Catnrrh( Is strengthening Invigorating effect .see bow Repairs for Same
: ha did. It strengthened me My grass that gives promise for Florida taken Internally and act tliruuKti. the it brings color to the cheeks and bow
doctor laid I cot along fine. I was la tlood on the Mucous "...r'Iot the
conditions is tho Centipede grass for yatem, thus reducing the lnll.unma.tton It improves the appetite you will than
good healthy condition. I
,; ear too much for It." permanent pasture and lawns. condJ and l analattntf tlnn.. Nature la restoring normal appreciate its true tonic value.
) Thousands of women have suffered Other experiments are being car- All DruiiKlata. Circular tret. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply DeWitt C. JonesSTARKE
1 M Mrs. Williams describe! until they ried out with several important lawn E. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo, Ohio.Only Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
l fotnd relief from the ass of Cardal. grasses which looks very promisingat pleasant even children like It. The blood
;i Bins It hall helped 10 msay. yon present. Experiments with native One "BROMO QUININE" needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to
should not hesitate to Cardal U FLORIDA
try such Bermuda and To ...! the cenulne.cull for full name, LAXA Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germ and \
troubled with womanly ailments. grasses as carpet IVU BROMO Qt1tNIN8. Looktoe.i (u.tereot
for sale orerywlier ]4L$ grass are also being conducted. R. W. GMOV a. Cnree Cold la On Ua. Scope Grip germs by Strengthening Invigorating .
4 Jouiiti ...! headache, and mvtf" ott oUI. SSe. Effect "Oc.r .


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i'IHIlK\8.' !, the LoKlslnlure of 1121! "nd'r'' W. C. T. U. COLUMNCITY r I Happiness! For All Women .

,{,u i' niiillon',.INB four of 1KRH.Joint of Ttwnlutlons tho Slnto of Flo"'l|'j I, "Kor some time I have been using -- ".-.iJ.1F! .,"

,ui. n-lments io tin CuimllliiUon of tlm'Plorliln. '' :I I (lagan's:: Magno'la\ Balm and now my j .M I
anil the samn were agreedof .
thrcu-fl. fills of nil tho nicmlo .1 UL, EMPTY: !MOST OF THE friends nrc asking what has happened,
d esch house : tlint t h.01.... i I tome that I look [
TIME j so well. I have been
I I ,n'' Kosolullnns vvero entervd I
m- .ToiirunK with the ypas nnil. I I InfTllctod with freckles blemishes and !
..n. fInd they dlil l ili-tvrminti. and dl- I THE "j
I Tho Nineteonth tallow complexion for tho lat t four SOIL
''II.n snid Joint 'Ifasolut'ons bo Huhi Amendment to our I < or
i I ho electors of tho Stnte nt tho five years but
constitution now
my complexion i is
I "lirllon In Nnvrmhf-r, 1022, \ gave women the right to
\ 'l'U.nF.FORI': :. i, H CLAY enw vote. Tha Eighteenth nmemlmcnt! will j wonderfully improved Magnolia\ Balm
> Si...rat..ry of SUlu of the Sluto ofit
iln hi-rt'by "lvc notice tliat, a nevpr bo repealed by the women's vote I means happiness in a lively complcxjion. -

GENERAL.. ELECTION If it is ever repealed it will be be.eaUIH I Respectfully, :Nonlo Bentley, N'nnjkipoo / 1

,> 'liuld In eneh enuntv In Florida on Tucflxt the women fail in their Irivi.h.gt. Tenn." All women should" use Is the Source of'
succeeding. tlm fl .rat Mondny In No* this liquid face
.i. A. D. 1022. the said Tuusday bainir and duty to vote. I and toilet powder- ,

SEVENTH: DAY OF NOVEMBER Our city jail is! row empty most of |' brunette, white, pink rose-red. 75i

i tic ,rntlflratlon or rejection, of the said, 1 the time. For tho year ending Mnq, i I cents at druggists\ or by mail. Lyon '

t Resolutions proposing. amendments toonKtllutlon 1917, our police records show 4SI: I\11\1(1\ ('. Co., 12 So. Fifth St., Brooklyn, -
of the State of Florida, vlit arrests 'N.
Y.-Adv. All
emanating from liquor cause Wealth

IOINT RESOLUTION Proposing nninendmcnt Our records show P 'i\i::
to Section 10 of Article XII 70 arrests for all : <
,P.: I latfng thr Constitution to Education.of the State of Florida. other causes during this period making II. : :<

"11 Rusnlved by the Legislature of the Stale' a total of 521 arrests for tha year -

,r Florida tho l"lint following amcnilment to Section ending May 1. 1917. Durinjr that time Referring to the questionnaire sent

il Article XII of the Consfltution of the only thono men were arrested who I I To
out the
by the
National and
ni,. of Florida relating to education In-. C. T. U., inves promote success prosperity
.,i l the same la hereby agreed to anil shall I were making such disturbances that : tiR'atinJthe\ conditions resulting from

ulimlttcd Tcneral election to the of electors reprpsentati\ea of the Slnto In 192J atin I tho police were obliged to take them I! the adoption of the prohibition law, of the farmer is to promote the welfare

fr < approval or rejection tlection into custody. During the past and '
year answering the
question directed
10. The Legislature of
may provider all mankind.
the division of any county or count.. Into however the police have constantly i more particularly to the viewpoint of ii '
jnvenient school districts : and for tho elcc- I and diligently been
on the search for
ti biennially of three school trustees, who banking institutions as they see the
.ill hold their office for two years and who bootleggers and drunks and law violators results of the dry ]law I would :The farmer cannot luce' ab lndantly l .,4
'mil bavo the 'supervision*of all 1 tha schools say pro .
\Ithln the district: : and for the I levying and and have arrested them wherever that before its adoption our local
'Ollcrtlon of a district school tax. for the exlusive found whether community he is denied the fruits of his labor. ,
une of publlo free schools within tha.llHtrlct they were disturbing for a time barred saloons from

whenever a majority of the quailifcd anyone or not. Our police the city and during } 't.t.If
that period
electors thereof that pay a tax on real wa That which makes for increased yield
personal property shall vote in favor of.uch records show for the year ending May\ ha da number of people open accounts :
", levy : provided1, that any tax authorixed 1. 1922 33
',l this section, shall rot etceed ten mills on emanating from liquor withour bunk and at the same time reduced cost or more profitable return '
.)I'" dollar in any one year on the taxable causes and 3b for other causes, keep reasonable commercial accounts ( f

inerty of the district. I making a total of ft? nrcrsts during whose families prior to this course, on the farm benefits the whole of society. .f\ \ 1"" 'I

JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing anAmendment this record. These l figures were taken had to bo supported by charitable organizations :
to Article V of the
Judiciary, of the Department.M State of Florida. Relative to tho front comment.our police records: and need no because of the money that It is claimed that the variety of services J./I :'

It Resolved by the Legislature of the State was spent through tho saloons. Since

nf, Florida Our city, county and other officers! the national law went into effect thu delivered bya Fordson
That the following amendment
to Article
V "if the. Constitution of the Stale of Florida are working together!\ as one unit. Our benefits have been still greater and it

hit-ive to tho Judiciary Department to beumbered city and county courts working 5n proximately 100
Section 48 of said Article V, be and are would be hard for us to state tho number

It,, same I is hereby agreed to and shall be per feet harmony in seeing that the of people who have sipce that rractorcovcrsap'I'I
uhmitted to the electors of the state at the the tractor settles
laws of
Kvnersl election to be held I on the first Tuesday our city and state are being time navcd their earnings and have

after the first Monday. in November. A. enforced. So far as the law enforcing not only in certain instances kept bank
P 1922 for ratification or rejection, to-witr takes much drudgery
Sec. 48. The Letrlalnture:' may from ..timetime I body in Box Butte County is concerned accounts but have better provided! for ; ,

provide and as for the tho business I appointment of any circuit of nne retires or they are all workfcig in perfect their families, the money going for .. ;

mre: additional. Circuit. Judges! for "!lcb. Clr* harmony. However, the weak link in necessary articles thus tiencfltting the In line with its fixed policy ot rendering ; ].!
ms. ABUII .uuo aiiuitiiinni
iiruiiit uuge snail
;' ni>t ointed by the Governor .t'confirmed our chain is In our district court when i mercantile lines of our city. It would '
the Senate, and hold office for six years, it the every possible service to the farmers of : f
ind shall receive the samit salary end allowineea comes eo enforcing prohibition |be impossible for us to express in lan ,. .

fnr expensed aa other Circuit, Judges. law in this end of the state. It is high guage the good that we have found Bradford this Bank will '
Hi shall nave all the powers and perform all County cooperate ,. .
he duties that are or may be provided or time if we are to have equal law enforcement (coming from tho adoption of the pro :

''or escribed Circuit by Judges the ,Conntitution and nil) statute or *by conccrn-statute over the entire state that ]hibitory law.-R. M. Hampton president with the local Fordson dealer to aid ; I t

Circuit Judaea shall apply to him. Wher. we see to it that the men in charge of The First National Bank, Alliance
er there are- two or more Circuit Judges farmers in :
appointed, for a Circuit the. business may bo our courts are in sympathy with the Neb.IMPORTANT. purchasing Fordson Tractors. dZ

jivlded among the Circuit Judges having Jurndictlnn I I enforcement of our statutory lawn.
In the Circuit and In any County in : 'H./I/
the Circuit an may he> prescribed. by law. andvhere Especially is this true in the higher : TO ALL FARMERS
no provision has been made
by law
he distribution of tho business of the Circuit courts of appeal. The higher the

jftwenn the Circuit Judges of the Circuit and the importance thin holds.N. Our tho in
court more experience past season
if any County In the Circuit and the allot I .
ment or assignment of matters and casen to -- A. Kemmish, CitylanaA'l'r: Alliance the growing of tomatoes for market Bank of Starke !
lie heard, decided. ordered. tried decreed. or
adjudged! ., final! be controlled. or mndo when Neb. has shown that they can be successfully
necessary by the Circuit Judge holding the in this locality.
'ommlHsinn earliest In date. No ndditlonnl grown It
Circuit Judge or Judires nhall be authorized DRY LAW COUNTED:< A SUCCESS However, we must change our method ')
'M be appointed In Circuit I having less than
"6.0(10( inhabitants l by the. lost Federal::I or State I IN:< WEST \1KOINIA of marketing to do so at a profit The Bank of Helpful Service

crnsus occurring next.before I the passage of I and with safety. The best plan we
tho law tor his or their appointment., The ,
t'evlfttnture the may repeal any law providing for. I' Prohibition has been successful inVest have found, la to contract our crop to E. S. MATTHEWS President CEO. WHITE, Cashier
"appointment of an adtlitionnl< Circuit
Tudue. or aIIIII,1, Circuit .Iu"",,, for a Clrouit. Virjriniu. Adopted a* an amend a responsible sales agent at a stated
but nhuch repeal shall not nfT<*ct the I I cash nt tho house thus
price packing
term ealary and jurisdiction of a Judge. hold ment to the state constitution) in 1912 ,

ing an .",mlntm'nt. I hy u majority that greatly exceeded I avoiding nil risk and crate pnj packing

\ JOINT KKSOUJTION I'mnoslnv" anAmenilmenl 'popular expe..tatiorm, prohibition became expense. To do this we must bo .
to Section 1 of Article XVI of assured of sufficient to be
reality on July 1 1014 ami. an acreage f
tho Constitution of the Slnto of Florida. a --
Relating to the Time of the Payment ofSalariea during the time that has elap ed it has worth handling in this manner. I MASTER'S SALEHvrehy NO'fl(' ; OF AI'PI ICATION FOIl TAX DEE !i NOTICE OP SAI.KNotice I
of Stnto. Officers.II At our next regular meeting wo I notice Is given that under and by U.NUKH HKI: TIDN 571 OF 'IMK .is horel y given \n all persons. Inbiriwud -
It Resolved by the I.UKl>lliturc of the StaU hud a sufficient opportunity to demonstrate virtue of t.mt: certain final ditree mailii, andtmured (..E1lltAIITAHJT..H: In the vslute. of Wllllnm C, Powell. ,liiU. )
if Florida : its have such a proposition to lay before nn tho 2Hth day of July.. A. U. IWi lliri'liy, notlco Is ulven Hint I). W Monre.purrluiNvr ..f Hradford county, Florida. il.Teimi'd. ; ThstI.
That the following amendment to Section, 8 success. hy the Konorahlo Daniel A. Simmons. !Julius of tax sale rertiflfslea numberedr.wi.i'1'tivi'ly I. Fliinmeo I IS. I'owell. lusrdlsn nf Martha
jf Article XVI of the ronntitutlon of the Prohibition ha* not, born. wholly succtfssful all the' farmers of this section. We of tho Circuit Court: of Duial county.. Klorlila, 241)) 2011 2T1 and 2HI( Issued, .hytho (-'loreni-e. I'owell and William C.: I'owell. J. .
Jtato of Florida relating to tho time of the hope will oil come and talk it over acting. fc.r anil Instead, of tho Judge of the tax eollortor of IIr.'or.1' ) county, Florida, will on Heptember. fllh, Iim2\ at 10 o'clock InI
'lAvment of the salaries. of State' ofTicvers laHertby in preventing drunkenness or you Klglilh: Judicial Circuit, of Hurl.hi.. whn wssdisqualified. snid cvrllflcntrs lielnu dntwl Aug.. H, IIIUO. has I he morning iil'l'l.v' to llunornlilo K. A. (ireen.Cinifity .
agreed to and shiill bo silbtnitte 'he elector. of the State fur adoption or rejection in wiping I, I.audtunk of Columbia a coriwriltlon. is .I,. aiillrntlon| for tax deed 1 U> Issue In socorihinuit courthouse .In Htarke, for an orilnr to sell
:: at the next general: election .orD.'T2 ters in our municipalities; it has not Sept. 2nd, at 3 p. m., at tho Odd Fellows complainant. and l.h.lI.tNllln"er.. JcTilal.lvea. to "be held In the year A. Hall Starke. Help yourself and the defendants, tho undorsluned will, olTer .I certlfleulKs respi-cllvely. ,'ml..rn.. His Interest of Martha. Florence. I'owell and
That bi to snv said section shall bo amended been one hundred per cent successful I I.sale and will sell for cash to the highest following lands, In llrndford' eolinly.. KUirlda.ansHse I Willlnm o read art follows; : I I crime to n minimum and community by attending.STAUKE l>est htdder. In front of the courthouse door ar.1 .1 l at the. dale of the Issuance of surhcertiflniU's William C I'owiill. deeeasml. In .n.1| to the
Section 3. The Hnlary of every officer shall in reducing I I Htarlte, Brndford county, Florida, on In the names ronpecUvely 1'erc.lraf following minted personiil liroperty. aol realislate.
be payable monthly upon his own reiiuitdion. it ha.* not prevented .some of our citizens OROWEUS ASS'N.To day, the 4th d..y of RepUmher. A. I). ter pnrticularly. set forth lo-wlt: < sltuatvd In Uradford County, Florida,
>' I during. tho legal hours of sale for ths> purIHNie I i I1 24H i>mliriuH, NortlHwt I IQusrter lu-wlt i iItliiek
: ;
from engaging in the illicit sale of satisfying the ssld final A JOiNT RES01.TJTIOV: Proposing an manufacture of intoxicants. But I Stop a Cough Quick following described real estate lying. anil bo1 1|i I Cor. See 34. 'rl', II, 8. It. 22 15, ::10 acres, ... I hundred. and lUUt'n feot Kant nnd West, hy
Amendment to Section :1 of Article VII of and Ing. Hrnilfor.l county, Florida. to-wlt : ,.Isesiied, K r.. lirltlls.I Two HulidrtMl and t..n feot North and South,
'the Constitution of the State of Florida. in'l'ry division where there has been |I take IiA YES' HEALING HONEY; a Beginning at the Northeast corner of tlm I i I CertifleHld Ni>. ZnO emhraees Northwest'Qusrter In the Southwest Corner: an(| lu'longlng tit
Relating to Census and Apportionment" and couuh! medicine which stops the cough by Southwest Quarter of Northeast tjuarter. ofHicllon of Northeast Quarter an,| Nurtll Half M. K. chtin-h; Houth.. Mrs.: II. P. D.Hl.l sndi
to Number of Members, of tho Senate and n determined stand to enforce the pro- Inflamed and Twenty-two Township I-'lve 110".1' |I of N.irlliweHt;, Quarter::; HIT.: I'll, Tp. 7, 8. It. ,, Mrs. A. I.. fliHlwIn and Itloek Fourteen sndSouth
.of thn House of Ifcnresentatlves.Hi been healing the Irritated titmura. Hange w run thiinc* West ,i itwentysix 'Ji! I'... 120 acres, assessed I'aill nr.... I II llnlf Illock Flfuim. In Kast I.......,.. I...
It Kmnlvcd. by th. etfiitlature, of the State hibition law, violations have reduced A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE :..n'ti:: ..; n ls. thence ,Smith: I I I orllllrata No. lift embraces. Enst Half of 'rated In Sircllaii Tw.inly'three. Also the East:
nf Florida, : to a minimum. SALVE for Cheat Cold Head Colds and sixty rnils. thenci. West fifty-throe nn.l onethlrd I I I Houlliwiwt Quarter of Norlhwent Quarter llnlf of Ihs Southeast QunrUr of tho Northwest
That the following proposed amendment to : ; mils t West: line of said quarter 8 t. I HIT V*: Tp. 7. a. K. 22 E.. 20 acres, unsessml i Quarter" nf tle| Hoiltheibt Quarter uf
enclosed bottle
Section 3 of Article VII of tho Constitution Admitting temporary inabilities! of Croup Is with every of tlnn thenco South twenty roils to Houth line J. II. Wilson.Certificate Section, Twenty-slv, nil In Township FiveHouth.
of the State of Flnrlila. relating to census and from laxity of IiA YES' HEALWG HONEY. The salvo of ssid, Itunrter Section I flu-nee Kast: eighty N... 2HO emhrnees beir at Quarter Idinge 'twenty-two Esst l
apportionment and to the number of members enforcement resulting should be rubbed on the chest and throat rods to Kn.t line of said ijtiiirter Kectinn.thi'nce See tins or One-hnlf.. mile lusit on N. line "" of the. Senateand of thu House of Representatives those in official places, prohibition has of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. North eighty. rods to point of hi'glnninir ; and !t and run U UU dminit.. K 1:IH ft for a hurl-els' itlll I. Ixh.r. live stork tools
be and the IH hereby agreedu .
same also starting Saul pt being O'l' ft from center commissary .h.ntl. saddles, hsrn -
and ahall he submitted to the electors of been successful in wiping out the economic The healing elTrrt. of Hayes* Ileallnd Hcnrr In- The West Three-Qunrters of N.ii-tliwrst of ly. track, thencu S. 114 Uj di-vrees I K imral. .MS, .. .. certain pmperty., nam.ed .
the. state of Florida' for approval or rejectionta that formerly resultant skin. tho. throat combined with the healmil elluct nftiruve Quarter of Southeast (!Juartvr of Hratlon Twnntytwo. lei 1 wllh i y. BO ft., thence >T 6IH4 degrees K. anil, set forth In that eertsln mortgage.ilnU'd .
the next General Klectton of Itepretfentativea losses were a O-Psn-lrate. Salve through tho lures of Township rive Siiutli Itange Twenty- 40 ft., tlienne N. Bl4! deHrees 60 ft., Marah 2. 11)22. given hy W. C. I'owell
.to be held on tho first Tuesday after \ from the operation of open I the skin soon stops a cotuth.: two Kast. containing fifty acres, more or thencs H ns diiirotw. W. 40, ft. 10Wt of I begIn and J. A. Homo to tho Consolidated NavslMuri
the first Monday in November In November. Both remedies are p.ck..J! to one carton and the *"* Northwest Quarter of Northeust Qiiartwr, .. Company a e"rr.l..n. which sal<|
A. I). 11)22 ; that is t<> say, that Section t of saloons; it has made the purveyor of. cost of tho combined treatment Is 3So. A. S. CREWS' Sec. 2, :Tp. H K. 22 K., assessed. It. M King. mortgsgo being on .,. of March,
Article VII of the Constitution of Florida who formerly .Just ask for HAYES* Special Master In Chancery. Unless ., il.certificates; shall. Ire redeernfidaccording i 1022. n< 5orili'il In Mortgaue Itook N" 1. at
dhnll be amended to read aa follows : I intoxicating liquors, your drugtfiat D. K. KNIGHT I: to law ta* deed will Issim. therennon I'nge 40t" of thv public records of llradforil
Section, A. The Legislature that shall meet sold'in! the criminal and an outlaw HKAL1XG HONEY.NOTKE ; ii, .llciu. .r for Complainant. IM-St-O-l thn 4lh day ; l'muer.' A. II. 2Witnivis / County, FlorldiiM.OIlKNCtn
A D. 10211. and thneo. that shall meet every I I' open t A I my .:;fI.:1II.t: signature .r' seal i this R. I'OWKLr: ,
ten years. thereafter. shall apH>rtlon the repenUtlnn ; it has! dislodged, the habitue of I --- 3rd dux of August A. 1>. ItUii nuanllati i>f Miirthn. Florence k'nwfll ,in I Wll.
".. In the !Senate, the whole number OP VALIDATION OP UONDH I OKDBK FOIl PUBLICATION : o. W. AI.IJ :IIMAN. limn C. I'vwell. J... Mlnnr IK'ln of William
if Senators not to exceed 3D members ; and', the saloon and forced him to purchasp In the Circuit Court of the Kluhth Juilirml Clerk. Circuit (".,"r!. Itrndford (:'ninty. Pla.IS. t'. I'owsll d".d.'A. .
at the same time shall also apportion the r..pxiiientation his drink in violation of the : Circuit nf the Htnte of Florida. In and for I In Circuit Court. State of Florida Eighth I'I'I I ..ill I Ilv C. \ KNK.II1' X. ADKINH.
In the House of Representatives.The I strong I Itradford County, Florida. I Judicial Circuit Bradford County, In Chan I H.-nt-l.| lleputy Clerk I Attorney" fur (itlsrdlnn. K.4-Ot-0-l
counties having. one hundred thousand or statutes; it has brought the employer Town at Starke, Bradford County, Fla.. t ,cery.A ----- --- ---- ,
I I). Andrews, Jr.Complainant...
more population shall have four representatives Petitioner.vs I !NOTII
each : the countifts having thirty thousand to the realization that labor is 'I the Hhi-rllf i of llradforil, County' ., of the "O'fH'// AI'I'I.ICATIOV Poll TAX .IEEI>
I State nf Flnriila.Itaspondmt.. vsKster I HJ:: i / MP<"riON J7I TUB
tnd nut more than 'one hundred thousand effective without intoxicating liquors I .,f Florida, : .
population. shall three Representatives more .. Andrews.Defendant.. It.. It Known. That I. II Clay Orawfonl, f.KNKKAI. S'rA'fUT.:1
each, the: I""hohvl" ten thousand five I ; it hau convinced the employe Notice. in her'hy a-lven to the nubile .. Hi of Florida' do. Hereby notice Is 11..n Alvares,
hundred and not more than thirty thousand tatiiayen and eltlxrns of the Town of Htarke, It apnrarlnit by affidavit appendml to the hereby. give that aIlKNKKAI. pllrrhsser of Tax Certlflcatsi numlmrsd
fortunes are more ItrailNnrd Florida, and hill filed In the above-stated cause that Reter I notle- Issued I.the.
population shall have two representatives each. that his personal County. ,1"e..on. Interpsuxl : KLECTION 2.1. ta* collector of llradford
All counties having less than ten thousand | been therrin. that on the IDth dsy nf 8ephtnoer I Andrews, the defendnnt therein. Is anonfMldrnt Will be held In llnulford C:..un' Slat nfFli County. certificate ludng dalsd
has .\ \
it m.1 "
without liquor re'uponsible ; : : : :
five 'hundred population slwll" have one Repre* L secure ; A. I>. Itt'iZ.: at Palatka. In Putnam I of thu HtiiU, of she I .riilH, on Tuesdiiy nest succeeding the first August 2. \.I.a'Hied said certificate, I In myolftce
.tentative ....h. Tha basis of apportionment" Ias r for the restoration of thou County FUiriila. at One o'clock the Honorable Is a resident of the city of Asheville, Btatsi of Mimiliiy In November.. A. It. 1UJH, the saidTui and I application for tax deed
provided for In this amendment, ahall be I 'A. V. Lami. JuilK* of the court aforesaid will North Carolina, and I Is over the sue of twenty. .silar being I to Issue In sraonJHnee with law Raid certificate .
the Federal Census next preceding the apportionment sands of happy homes where contentment hiar the above entitled. cause upon the petition one years ; It I Is therefore. ordered. that said I: ; : .Ih'A: Y OP NOVKMIIKUKor '<' enihrstiea the following. lands In Rrsdford -
made by the legislature. Every. denied while of thi. Town of Starke, Bradford County. non.nildent defendant bi.. and Is hsrttby required United SIsUw Senator from tho State County'", Florida, assessed 1 at the date of
County shall have at least one !Representative. > I and happiness were Florida. fi.>r an ordtr. of said sourt valliiattnsland to appear ta the bill of eomplamt. filed of Florida, for six years. from Mareh 4. HI.!,'!. thu Issnance of ssld certiflcstyv 1 in the name.
The tjovemor. ahall. by special messsgeto the saloon offered solace and eonftrtnlnv certain. bonds In the sum of In said cause on or before Monday, the 4thdsy I hor ono Kepreiwmtutivw of the Hwrond Congresslonsl : > herelns'tor particularly, out forth, lo-wlt[
open Thirty-six 'thousand (I. ,00it.fl0)' Pollsrs, In I of September. A. Pi 1922. otherwise thoalienations <' No. 2 IH
"each House at the appropriate session of Distrlet. of the State of Florida.' In .rtirl" embraces the HIM sens. )
the Legislature, direct the attention of eauh misdirected pleasure to the heads of denominations of One Thousand Dollars ..eseh of said bill will be taken as confvSMeil the Hlsty-elghth Congress of the United States.For of following. described. pleas of Isnd uiwlt -
House to the provisions of this amendment. resulted in the reclamation \hearinic..intermt st the rate of six per centum hy sail defendant. !KtiiMirlntendent, of Public Instruction of : /.1. (.point 211) t I of NW Tor of
it has .
families 19 r annum, payablesemlan I this order bo '
and If the Legislature that shall meet A. D. ; nr bon.C: It Is further ordered thst nub.lishod the. Htste of Florida. of Huuth..t Quarter A
Ittlfg or any succeeding Legislature that shall I of many men who were unable nually. said beinir Issued for the purpose once a week for four consecutive works For two Justices of thai Supremo Court ofth run H 7 .lU-IUI' chains, H 81-100 ehslns. N
meet every ten there after, shall refuse of rvconstrurtlnir and enlanrintf the waterworks In the Bradford County Telvgrsph. a newspaper Slut" of rlorldn.For 7 HIM 00 chains. W H el-lOO chains to begin.ning .
r fail to apportion Tears the representation In the: to resist temptation; it has pulled and etatria llsrht plant of the Town published In said county and state. two Itallrosrfl Commlsslonvrs of the In Northwest Ouaru e nf Southesst Quar*
Sen.1e and of Htarke. Florida.Notice This, August I. m2 Blatci of Florlila.tor r. Hwi. 2*. Tp. R, K.. I __.
in the House of Representatives aa wives from their washtubs and .. 1 assssd -
'I. hereby given to the above namedtr AI.DERMAN
herein provided It shall be the duty of the I many O. W. two Mnmlwrs of the Ifouso of ttepro- Unknown.Unless .
overnor to convene. the Legislature In Spa.eial restored their self-respect, and it has show "ati..e> at the time and plate herelnshove II..I) Clerk CI."it Court.. s ntallv.s of th. Htatsi of Florida.Kor I ssld. certificate shall bo r. leemed
Session sureif1id. if any they have why said By C A. KNIUHT.E. County. Hurvvyor.For to Isw, tax deed. will Issue thereon
for the of making such "ln.
apportionment, and purpose by publie proclamation placed happy children in schools and bonils.,. .should not be validated and confirmed.P M JOHN9.! Deputy CUrlc. Mv. Memliers of the Board of County on 1th day of geptember. A. 1. lilt.
t d this the 2ath day of Auejust. A. '
and by communication to each House to direct opportunity to develop Solicitor for Complainant. 8.61.NOTJrI' -"-& Commissioners.ror : my offlsfal signatursj seat thsi
." the attention of each House to the provisions given them an D. 1922.Clrrk G. W. ALDflRMAN.: rhrM* Members of the County Iloard ofPublia loth dsy of August, A U. l 'a
of this amendment. their stunted minds and wasted bodies. of the Circuit Court of Hradford. Coon.ty. : f>f APPl.irATlOV! FOR TAX DEED Instruction. O. W. ALDERMAN.
See. 2. That any and all provisions of the rloriils. .. (Seal> l3tIJ UM>EK HKITION 171 OP THB For Justice of tho I'."" In and for the ful* Clerk Circuit Cur Bradford Cunl". Flor-
Constitution In con(I let with this provision be GE.NP.KAL 8TATUTKH towing Justice Districts vial IN" i Ida

,,!"l and the same are hereby repealed.The Notwithstanding the many violations NOTICE OP ELECTION Notice Is hereby given that I.. B. Metilll, .. Ono.No. '1'...... I INo <11..11 g-ll-8t.9-H .

':":I votes east I.-iiane.;;;; with said 1'.1 I of the prohibition laws, any I. L. A. Davis. Jr., mayor of Starke, Florida the purchaser Und ilny of of Tsx August.Certificate A. II. Nn 1V20 2HH has, dated filed" Thr_. | MASTER'S 8AI.E
& nosed amendments: and the canvass, much by virtue of the authority vested. In me said certificate in my office snd has ms :
t*>ns and returns. thereof, shall subjected statute that has accomplished so by law do hereby call aa eft-etlnn to bo .held for las deed to Issue In accord* N.,. Klght.For virtue of that certain final decree of foreelosure -
, to the same regulstlona and restrictions as srs I In the interest of the general! welfare, at the Torn. Hall In Ute aforesaid town by anee with I.... Hald eertlncau, embraces. the Constable' In and for the following Justin made snd rendereil on July' 24, A. D.
Provided by law for general elections In the the quail fl l voters thrrvln. on following diwrib' property, situated. ,la Bradford Districts, vis I \'2: by Honorable A. V. Long. Judge of the
State of Florida. without injury to others, must be accounted TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1022 ......nt,.. Florida to-wlts Nir. One.No CI".I Court in and for Bradford. County..
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF.I for tho purpose of electing the following offlfrrrst Lot 4 _Lion 21. Tp. II South Rango 22 Two.Nut 'I"rt.l. In that eortatn cause wherein tho
have hereunto set my hsnd a success. E..t. 8. "" ..... Ihrae.No. County Itsnk. a corporation. Is complainant
I and of On Msjor.One Haven.No. and K. l>. Onsnn and Mrs. Belle
. affixed the Great Seal : The said land being aassosed st the dsU
(Seal) the State of Florida, at Tsllahsssee Cured Clerk, Treasurer and Tax Collector. of the Issusnoe of such csrtillcaix In the asm Eight.In rinsnn his wife, snd W. B. Johnson Com
Mabltiul Comtlpmtion whervof. I have .
t the Capital l. this the One MsrshsLThree of Unknown.1nUss tMsUmmiy hereunto set pany. corporation, and Vlrlnl.Ca.lin.
twenty-fifth day of July, A D. In M to :31 Day Aldermen.no said certlflcat* shsll be redeemed. according my "hsn.l snd sffisnl the ('rest Heal of theStsto t'hemiesj Comuany, ....rrntl..n. ar de
t of Klorlds. at Tsllshus.ee. tho" Capltsl..this fendants, thn .
undersigned ,
102J. PEPSIN" is ecia4t. <> Assessor.Inspectors to law, ta* .-1 will bsue thereon ; wi ofe f. saleand
a a >
of -LAX-FOS tho twenty-fourth day of August, A, D. will' sell f.ir cssh to
and best
H.CLAY CRAWFORD, of ssld election t A. W AnJerson. on the Iflth day of September. A, U. lO'U. I IW I 111..t
. -4-141-11.3 Secretary of Suit* prepared SyrupTonlc-Laxa'Jve for HabituaConstipation. A H .J<>hn.. Julian L Peek.In itn ss my official slgnatstre snd seal this I IVft. II. CLAY CRAW.OnO.IIItoal bidder... In front of tho ..uro. door In
I It relieves promptly h testimony whereof. I hereunto subscribemy Hlrk., ftradford County. on .
th. In.h da, of August. A. U 1922.U. ( ) Secretary of SLs'I .. .. .
day of .
1 NOTICE T0 DEPTOKS AND CREDITORS should be taken regularly for U to 21 days nsme snd cause the seal I of the ssid town W. ALIIEnMAN'. :I To W. J. Epperson Sherllf lirailfonl Connty the legal hours Ip.m.r., for 1. J2, during
All to be hereunto affixed! this vth day of Hurlda. purtx.se ofsstlsfylng
Porsons Indebted to the estate of George llon. U Stimulates artdRVgulates. August. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County i| "-t-IDt-11-:s said
SehlHch. I to induce regular a<: tho following described
Heal 8-111--16''
late of Bradford Florida, 1 !
1022.Seal alln"r
, {"oased.. aro requested to psy their said debts : Very Pleasant toTakJ 60t ) I.. A. DAVIS. JR. NOTICE ida. to-wlt resl: ..Late .County, Flor

I. forthwith s and all persons having claims I per ),oule.t -12-ot-9-* Mayor of Btaike. Fla. FOB MAYOR I Take notice that I will on September. lit.I12.f. The Southwest Q..rle tho Boutheat
sscsinst. ssid estate shall. Ale tho same duly 1 or as soon thereafter. I may be heard. Quarter of Section Thrty-thnie 11.1)I. fownshlp
authenticated with the undersigned. administratrtx NOTICE apply for a pardon for Pulton .. who Mix l I'l Nsngo Twenty-two
wtthm ono :ear from date fcereof or t Colds Cau<;e Crip and Influenza I will apply for a par-Ion. at the nest rwular C. L. Peek is hereby announced a i wss eon tnoy will b. forever .barr.it mMtinv of tho Board of Pardons for the candidate for Mayor of Starke iubtject | the. Hradford county circuit eourt. November 1._. .
Dated this llth day of Au.922.. IAXATP/E!: BROMO QOTNUfZ: Tablet trmovsj Iblcause. crime1 of murder In thai second d....re<, which j jI } 1 1U13. Anyone. desiring may then bsr heard. on D. B. KNIOHT.
MRS. MM BRYAN Tbera I\IS oaIy oae "3 Adtalalat..tr"e' of the Estate of Ceo. Schluieh. I, circuit court of Bradford county, r.ferula, lull. 1' Wm. C. HOIH1EH. A. S. CREWS. 8blal "r C'
\ ........ l-U-.t-10-s. B. W. GROVE'S sWoarar* oa box ;JOe, 11-26-2&-9-1 NOAH TAYLOR. |be held Sept. 12, 1922. -2B-Jt-e-l Attorney for fotltloner. ( skdkltor for Complainant. l4sVlfiI




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TE : :. "* Tha revival meeting
2Z. Brooker, Sept. 1.-
Y1 ua, which was conducted at tho Free
1 Will Baptist church last week was a
I I and
County News Items s great success. A large crowd, was Men's
C present at each service and much good !
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Gathered During the Week by OurRegular v Harley S. flaxen, of Tallahassee,
I' h Interesting Correspondent has been here for the past few ,days l r ''t
it 4 11r -- visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. G. I Fine All Wool r, J r
:u--- --: W. Ilazen. He is employed by the S. j
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: '. A. L. at that point and has been ta. BI
.' 'f \\VTKY. first of the week after spending the tioned there for some time. Fall andWinter

tt r, I f week-end with her parents v Mr. and B. F. llazvn and R. A.Vt'eks flpl'nt \v'

Lawtey, 8t'Pt.tiiev. E. I). Boyar 'Mrs. J. S. Andrews. last Wednesday in Jacksonville.
1 : lngft last week Mrs. A. M. Blanchard was a visi Among those visiting the count ; 0
few days in
spent a i
Mrs! Henry Bennett returned! to her tor to Jacksonville first of the week, Heat last week were It. A, Weeks 1 B.1 jP .I/ \ oo
visited relatives .
home in Jacksonville Monday attet J. M. Mann and children F. Ilazen L. A. Brown, J. D. Baxte' 0'tyPi I' :
I in Manning' Sunday. ,
u spending) a few day in awtey with, I. W. Pinholster.
is spending a few
'I I r ,I relatives and friends.", I weeks Miss\ with Joyce relatives Terry in Fort White. Mrs. Sam TUlis and children, c of
Mrs. M. F. Edwards and children. Plant City spent the week-end here
; Blanchard attended services
r t.I visited relatives in Jacksonville Fri Miss Delia visiting relatives. Prior to her mai
t i at Evergreen Sunday. riage she was Miss Georgia Pmho

day.Mr.. and Mrto. T. J. Terry were visitors Litre, Lonnie and Melvin Prescott, ster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Clothingau
y to White Springs Thursday. of Highland were visitors here Sat. Pinholster, now of ''St. Petersburg!

+ 1 E. E. Burney and family returned urday. Dr. and Mrs. Mann and son, Howard .
home from Kingsley last week, after Jack Arthur and Ben Wilkerson of of Lake Butler, attended service
Maxville, were visitors to Lawtey on
upending several week! here Thursday night. \\I'
Mrs. Doyle Boyer, of Jacksonville, Thursday. Mrs. P. M Barefoot; and daughter: ,
e al I spent; last week in town visiting relatives Leslie Griffis of Maxville, was a visitor Inez and Juanlta Willie Mae Ollive ei Hand Tailored with care ",
and friends.! here Tuesday. and Resale Colson were visitors to I'
k Roy demons, of Lake Butler, Is! Laurie Edwards and sister, Miss Lake Butler Friday.Mr. nndo
? t { spending a few days here this week. Mabel, were visitors to Starke Mon: and Mrs. Dewey Pinholster of For Appearance .
I Miss Claudia 'Terry returned home] day. St. Petersburg/ were- visitors her on
lastlweek from Fort White where she Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Moseley were Friday.Mr. and Wear" h,

I j has been spending! ( a few. weeks with visitors to Starke Saturday. and Mrs. J. L Brown and daughter R..
t J relatives. i Ira Rivers and B. E. Curlee, of Carrie Belle of Miller, attends I
f Miss' Lizzie Byrd returned to her Green Cove Springs spent Sunday services here Friday night\ The One STARKE
4 i homo last week from Jacksonville and I with Mr. and Mrs. David Durban.Ed Mr. and Mrs. P. M\ Barefoot and FLORIDA
6 Green Cove, where shen! -i n "isitinit i Durban was a visitor to Starke Mrs. T. B. Parker were visitors to Price Store

during the past two weeks.! / I Friday. Dukes'Sunday. IdC.L.ITODGES
I v : Mrs. A. A. Smith, Mrs. Catherine i Jeff and Pasco Griflls, of Highland, Mrs. W. S. Nabb of Sampson, i is
i S r I Teare and J. A. Howe and children were visitors to Lawtey Saturday. here this week visiting her daughter,
? were visitors to Kingsley! lake Sunday I W. If. Hurt was transacting business Mrs. t.. Morgan .
afternoon. I I i it wthorne last week. II. R. Brown has been at Graham :

)1, Miss Eva Futch left Thursday for I !Mrs Charlie Strickland of Starke, for! tho.past few days doing carpente
Miami where she will spend several visited relatives near Lawtey Sunday. work. 4
reeks Joseph Marr, of Highland, was a Lewis Shriver and Lucian Haze: _i --- -- __ I
Mrs. B. E. Curlec of Green Cove, I visitor here Sunday spent. Thursday afternoon at EarletoiBeach. ; LAKE BUTLER I MILLERMiller HAMPTON:'
spent last week with relatives here. The Telegraph said in a local last *

W. E. Torode was transacting business i week that everybody and( their moth- School will begin next Monday, Lake Butler, Sept. .-Mrs. T. D. Sept. 1-Mr. and Mrs. JulIus Hampton, Sept. 1.-Lee Clayton -inrt I
: in Jacksonville Tuesday. I er-in-laws attended the Masonic picnic Sept 4th, with Prof. Craig as princt Proctor returned from Daytona las : Parrish, of Five Mile, spent the sitter, Miss Pearl, who have l't'I'I'
I, Edward Edwards spent the weekend at Kingsley lake last Thursday.We pal Mrs. T C..Ilazen, first assistant, Thursday after a visit with her mother week-end with the latter's parent; spending the summer months here :
r. c I with relatives and friends over in think that everybody and both Miss Eunice Ilazen second assistant, Mrs. Hatcher. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Waters. i left Monday for their home in Fort

.t' ," Gainesville. II mother-in-laws went from Lawtey. and Miss Thelma Thomas will have John Colson and son, Bethel, of Pine I I Murray Thomas attended the annual ;Wayne, Ala.
Lane McLeod and sisters, Miss Lena Mrs. L. A. Mare and children spent charge of the primary grades. Hill, were business visitors to Lake meeting of the Presbyterians at I A. C and R. E. Hicks were transacting -
and Mrs. Wash Fennell of Melrose, the week-end with relatives in Sanderson. # |- J. Mott of Lake Butler, was a visitor Butler this week I Swift Creek Sunday. I I business at the county site last
w visited! relatives here Thursday\ and here Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman 01' Several from here attended the funeral Monday.
I I Miss Florrie Terry returned to her Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Johns an,1, I K. of Starke business
Friday. Starke, motored to town Sunday. of Miss Omie Smith at Providence '; J. Davis was a -
'''illium Richardson! and sister, Miss I: work in Jacksonville after spending a ,children, of Alachua passed through' I III I Claude Odom of Jacksonville is visiting Saturday. I visitor here Saturday.
F Lissk, of Sanderson, were guests Of I few weeks here with her parents, Mr here Sunday afternoon. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. p.1 J. S. and J. L. Brown and II. G. W. E. Baker, of Lake Geneva, wa
., Mr and-Mrs, L. A. Marr Thursday. ,'I and Mrs. T. J. Terry. II Mrs. L. I. Boyles, of LaCrosse, \vii I I Odom. Crawford accompanied by J. S. Howard 'I trnnsnctinc business here this week

I Henry Dennett and grandson! Eurlc The Woman's Missionary Societymet weekend guest of Mrs. P. M. Bare Ben Duke, of Five Mile, was a business !, of Dukes, and Rev. Parker, of: i i G(o. F. Young, of Lawtey was looking -
\ Young, Jr., of Jacksonville, were visitors in regular !session with Mrs. n.I I I Toot. i I visitor to Lake Butler Tuesday. I I South Carolina are visiting in Soutl ,, after his mercantile business hvre
hero Sunday. I L. Blanchard with the following ladies Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster wet< Marcus Dekle, of Ocala, visited relatives Florida this week. ,I Monday.J. .
if 1 I, Miss Eldridgu Reddish is spendinga present: Mesdames, J. L. Harrell, visitors to New River Sunday after I in town Monday and Tuesday. I I Olson Thomas made a business h'ip) F. Johnson,who has been spending ,
1 few days with relatives in Manning.Mrs. J. B. Rowe, J. W. Barber R. B. Mose- I Miss :Maggie Dekle, of Starke, i Is: to Lake Butler Saturday. ,: some time in Valdosta, visited hi;
G.V.. Drown and daughter, ,ley, E. D. Boyer, George/ Anderson noon.Mr.. and Mrs. W. S. Nabb of Samp I the guest of her mother, Mrs. T. J. I goodly/ number from here attend family here Sunday.
:" Mrs. J. T. Moore and son, Clifton, Jesse Ht'.ldi8h'T. J. Terry, Doyle Boyer con, Dogan Nabb, Mrs. W. II. Smitl 'Dekle. 11',1, the singing convention at Sardic'. Mrs. Mary Geiger and Mrs. C. E
are visiting friends in Daytona Bench L. A. Marr Misses Joyce Terry and daughter, Doshia were anion;; M. M. Hale, of Little Springs, wa: Saturday. Harper, who have been spending a
.' : this week. Mary Boyer, and the hostess, MrA. B. those attending services here Sun transacting business in Lake Butlei I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kcrce t>f Swift''' few days at White Springs, returned
l Mls\ Ollie :Marr of Maxvi'.lc: visited I I.Blanchurd: and daughter, !Miss Del( Jay. i Monday. Creek, visited relatives! in this community to their home here Friday.
relatives in Lawtey Tuosday.! iln. .' Mr. Alexander, of Hampton, was ,t Mrs. Max: Wilson end children left' I Sunday. : Mrs. M. V. Rawley is the guest of
Mr. Wilkerson and daughters, Misses I After transacting business refreshments visitor to town Tuesday. Friday for a 'visit with Mrs. Clarence( I Mr. and Mrs. Math-Douglass spen i her parents Mr.\ and! Mrs. J. Allen,
I Irene un.l Katie, were visitors to of ice cream and cake were Miss Alvah Thomas, of Pine Hi'l' I Johnson, of Trenton after a visit herewith I, the week-end with the latter's parent: this week.
t Lawtey Tue8duy.Mrs. j nerved. The next meeting will be at was in town Saturday cnroutc ti.) relatives and friends. i Mr. and Mrs. Summers, of Providence I DIr and Mrs.: C. A Durden, of Tampa
Ira Rivers returned to her I tin*church Wednesday afternoon September Starke, where she was to begin teachng Miss Josie I'.irrish left Saturday Seeker: Stokes and Denzil Thomas: who have been the guests of rela-
home in Green Cove Springs Sunday, 6th. at Ifcilbronn Springs Monday. for Palatka after a visit with Mr. and attended the party ut Mr. Pearce's of'! tives and friends here, returned '">
after upending a week with her parents i !Mr. and Mrs. 1 R. M. Tracey spent II. P. Gainey killed a swamp rnttlei 1I..s.1.. : L. McKinney. :: Palestine, Saturday night. t their home in Tampa Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Durban. Sunday with relatives In Macclenny. Thursday afternoon west of his real Miller: Vanzant spent 'Friday in Pa ', Dr. Seeber Kingof: Lake Butler, Isham Ogden, of Graham, was -
Truby Wainwright was a visitor tot : I !Mrs. Nancy Britt returned to her knee, measuring five feet in lengtl latka. I' was a professional visitor here Fri business visitor here this week
Starke ,Saturday. homo in, Macclenny Saturday after and carrying twelve rattles: This 1 Is; Christine x Markham returned to her'' ,I Mrs. II. BrWeest is a business! vi->
t Miss Lillie Rivers, of Green Cove spending few weeks with her daughter. tho first rattlesnake to be found In home in Palatka Friday after several :day.T.. II. Rimes- was a business visitor itor to the state metropolis this wool'!
w Springs spent last week at the homeof Mrs. Truby Wainwright. our town and Mr. Gainey is keeping weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. 1\IiHer''''to Gainesville Thursday; Mrs. J. C. Thomas and children at
e Mr. and Mrs. David Du 'lIn. i !Mr. and Mrs. Truby Willis and, chil- .ho rattles at n souvenir. Vanznnt. I I Roland Thomas visited relatives al' companied by Mrs. W.' BI. Whitaker

Mrs. Pearl Jones and brother, Arthur ilren visited relatives in Lake Butler Mrs. A. J. Pinholster RnJ" family Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Mann and son,, I I Long! Bridge Saturday. and son, Wm. Jr., of Valdosta, were
Pearce, were visitors to Starko I Sunday. i ii I II I moved to LaCrosse Wednesday, whan Howard, motored to Brooker Thurs I I Albert Clarke, of Ellisville visitct the guests of Mrs. Thomas' parentxMr. .
Friday. i All patrons of Lawtey school are hey have gone to be with her son \vhs >) I I friends here Sunday afternoon.Mrs. : and, Mrs. O. Haynes, this week.
.I Doylo Boyer, of Jacksonville, spent I requested to attend the opening exorcises Interested in the firm of Pinholstcib day.Miss Gracie Fogg who has been at I Eugene Douglass visited rel a. E. J. King attended church service
Sunday' with his! parents, Rev. and I ; Monday, Sept. 4th, at 9\ o'clock. ) Co. Prof. T. B. Pinholster will not toro the Gainesville university this summer lives at Providence Saturday. at Theressa Sunday morning.Rev. .
t Mrs. F;. D. Boyer. I Your doingso will go a long ways towards / until later, as he is to begin teach visited relatives in town this II. S. Miller made a business trip tc ; Kedgr'aves preached at the
Miss Emma. Andrews returnee! to I making the year's work a suc- ng school at ZilT Monday. They have week. Dukes Saturday. I Christian church Sunday morning nnn

her duties as teacher in Union county "'ess.ocaoc many friends here who will miss then Mrs. W. C. Townsend and Mrs. Iva Mr. and :Mrs. 'J. S. Brown and I evening.
but wish them much success in their Pearl shopping ithake Smith of Jacksonville,
-- .T. Sprinkle returned Friday from Salt daughter, were Miss Bertha ,
.. o.- '01:10.0ClO': 'OC> new home. Springs where they have spent several i : City Friday. I is the guest of her cousin Mrs. J. F
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'o Messrs. J. C. Cone and W. A. Crews weeks. Mrs. Sprinkle returned! to Misses Pearl Brown and Annie Howard Johnson, this week.
D' D pent Monday transacting businos'it Salt Springs Sunday. 'I are visiting friends and, relativesin I, Mrs J.P. Sullivan left Friday for '
o the county seat. Misses Madie ,and Middie Floyd South Florida. Theressa where she will attend the
Ifs Long a G. B. Colson and son, Bessie, weren spent Sunday at Guilford, the guests: Mr. and :Mrs. W. B. Feagle, of Winter I revival services at the Baptist church.Dr. .
a !! Starke Tuesday. t>{ Mr. and Mrs John Mann. Park, spent last week with :Mr, Clayton of Fort Payne Ala.,

line Brown and sister, Jeannette, and Mrs. H. C. Peeples. 'who recently invested in real estate
KINGSLEY LAKE 'accompanied by their aunt, Mrs. Miss Evelyn Dcmarce of Gainesville here was in town this week. He wag
o o Pearce, of Miller motored to Lake was the guest of Misses Johnnie accompanied by Wni. Cauthen, of Dutton -

( n To a Better GARAGE Than Ours D Kingsley Lake, Sept. 1.-T. C. Sin Butler Monday.C. and Trummic Rimes last week. Ala., Claud Halcomb and Mr

o o 'luifield, of Lake City spent a weekend C. 1\IcCul1. of Guilford motored Jones, of Fort Payne. ,
; D 8n 9 at Strickland's hotel. .to town Saturday afternoon. TIIEKESSA
o Efficiency in workmanship and reasonableness Mr. and Mrs. E. E Burney and famIly Harry Long of Five Mile motoredto I RAU' ltD
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returned to their home in Lawtey town Monday. Theressa Sept. 1.-Mrs. J. H. Moor -
in cost are what every' car Thursday after a three weeks' stay :Miss Christine Townsend and Viola er, of Starke is visiting relatives and i Raiford Sept. 1.-Messrs. A. D. Andrews '.

owner is looking for. 1 on the lake.Among Davis returned'Saturday from. a visit friends here this week. Smith Denmark and Earl J
who have found the many guests at Strick- with Mrs. Roger Collins. W. E. Baker, of Lake Geneva, was "Whitten were visitors to Starke last
1 patroniz< iis o ami's hotel during the week were,, Mrs. DeWitt Knight is visiting in n business visitor here Monday. Tuesday afternoon.Joe .
1 5 that for which they seek n .Irs. Blanche A. Montgomery, Albeuerque Jacksonville this week and while there Mrs. Henry Koon and children left Dowling was a visitor to Jack-

o Now waiting for YOU to get o '[ N. M., Mr. and Mrs.\ R. O. will take the teachers examination. here.Friday for their home in Punta sonville Tuesday.
? we are Dl'nnard.. Mister Billy Dennard, Mrs Little Lucile KiherU is much Im- Corda, after visiting her parents, Mr. Among those attending the picnic
in on the good work we are doing for -illian! Sherrod, Misses Blair and Dorothy proved after several days illness.A and Mrs. J. P. Padgett.We nt Kingsley lake last Thursday were
A'' others. Sherrod all of Green Cover boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. B. are sorry to report Calvin Triest Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Andrews and little
a Mr. and Mra.. Edward Whitehead D. Harrell Wednesday. >n the sick list this week. son, John Arthur, Messrs. W. C.
o md Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Warren and Mrs. J. D. Scott of Valdosta is the Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, of Hampton Whitten and Clarence Ritch.

o a Sales Agent for BUICKfCARSWhen D 'amily' of Long Branch, spent Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Harrell. I'I Is attending( the week's meeting Mrs. Dorothy Schelly, of'Jackson t
o o at the lake. Moss Hewitt and ion, Russell of here at the Baptist church. ville, was visiting Miss Helen Nau- .
k Better Cars are Built Buick will Build Them n Dale Hathaway, of Long Branch,, Five Mile were transacting business'I Miss Ida Hagan was a visitor to tight las.t week-end. +J
-'i n was' a guest at the hotel Sunday. In town Tuesday.Mrs. Hampton Saturday. Ovid Brooks of Jacksonville, spent
Messrs. Clinton Sullivan, Will Car- : Vascoe Dowling of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham are last wtek-end here with his parents
TIRES lichael, Chas. Kendall and Joe Brownf is visiting relatives in town this risiting relatives in Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Brooks.
t: Agent 'for KELLY f Long Branch were guests at the week. Rev. Jones of Lake City, with the Tom Chastain of Lake Butler, was

o Q 0n otel Sunday.. I Rev. T. C. Willingham of Micanopy help of Rev. Rldenour ia preaching i visitor in town recently.
o 0 Mr. and Mrs. L. J. King of Jack- was visiting friends in town Tuesday. nteresting sermons at the Baptist S. T. Dowling, of Lake Butler, was .
sonville. spent the week-end with Mr. hurch. In town last week.
and Mrs. E. E. Burney. Mrs. John PhilHps Is on the sick
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