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 8, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02141
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I I-REE! HUNDRED PUPILS EN-I PIWSI'EIU1UST.lUiE( : SUPT OF SCHOOLS ACROSS COUNTRYFROM 1'lmIHCTJOI.I: ] SOFT ('0.\. temporary tie-up of rail communication ,r or

(atOLL WITH NUMUKlt: DAILY. I PRODUCTION:' :NORMAL' : SOON: ; during the week, in Central Illinois 1 .
INCREASINGe IJuny Merchant and leehllnie14t'an( : \ where othe. trainmen quit) their .' s
floral; Times COMMISSIONERS:' ALSO OUI KH : I PABLO DEAC1I: TOS. : Peace KITorts: in Railroad :Strike' (lave jobs because national guard troops r'

,, Bradford High; School opened NAME: OF J. II. (.LOWERY..\(' DIEGO; IN TWENTY-():NE IIOI'RS, Keen \hllndonl'll-Uail Labor Hoard were rushed to Roodhouse. followln"I I ,

v, iday morning with inspiring ex- I Starke has of late shown more prosperity ED ON ELECTION TICKET AND EIGHTEEN MIM'TES=" :: (rant. Hearing to Maintenance of attacks on shops and yards! by strikers 't

sea, three hundred pupils being than for years past. Carpenters "'IIY Men for Increase of \Vaires. and their sympathizers Train :(., t
filled. and the number increasing) I and painters and concrete work Board of county commisisoners met Jacksonville, Sept. f>.-Lieut. James From 2'l: cents. to I IS cents an Hour. movement is also considerably delayed i \
i I era are all busy and indications are i I in regular session September 4th, II. Doolittle won In his race against in the South. ("
n and gathered in that this! happy state of affairs will with all members present an. follows: i the elements and landed safely. at WitQ) the bituminous coal strike Coal Roiuls Hard Pressed

ic pupils patrons and Prof. keep on. G. !M. Inman, our live realestate J. !M. Brownlcp, chairman J.V.. Andrews I Rockwell Field, San Diego Cal.! yesterday rapidly becoming a thing of the past There are growing indications, however A
auditorium '
M- spacious inciting man is as busy as can he answering Jr., Louis! H. Hill, II. P. Gain at 15:3: p. m. ( Pacific time.i) and the anthracit6 tie-up showing increasing that he railroads, tapping the It I

,-. Dowling; presided. Seated over the on the- letters to prospective set ey and Jump Reynolds ', Tli-n; was 8:31: Eastern. (Jacksonville) I signs of private settlement great soft coal fields of Illinois!, Indiana a

M program tlers. Minutes of last meeting rend and time. the government/ Washington. looks! Ohio West Virginia and. Western
Prof. Dowling,, princina -
)i .zform were Those who had bills to collect! Sep- approved. I I He covered the journey in :21: hours, I with such optimism upon the industrial Pennsylvania will soon face n cries ;
M. L. pastor
Rev. tember 1st, boast of /greater success Louis H. Hill presented, bond as f 18 minutes' flying time and broke all situation that administration ,i is. in the movement of conl from tho

Press, ; / than they had had for many months.! notary public and same was approved. I, existing records.. plans for dl'lIAtic'letiun, such as taking mines.

< ; instruction/ Saturday was truly "merchants' day" E. S. lfllUhewsV., E. Torodu andJ. I Doolittle is the first flyer to cross over the coal mines and! the railroads The return of so many miners to 1
of public ;;
II -mtendent" llazcn and for Starke for people came from everywhere C. Cope, bond trustees having made the continent in n one-stop flight with. have apparently been droppedfor tho pits has resulted.. inI greatly/ increased ;
Ri. L. W. Kickliter A. to enjoy the benefits of the an* additional bond of $9,000! (each I in twenty-four hours and his achievement the time being.1'hile a settlement output of coal, and the mil ( ..- 'j
members of the county
I Wynn I reduction sales going; on and. at the making: a total of $10,000, filed name demonstrates. the practicabilityand I may be near in the coal tangle, equipment) of many of the smaller j,
i,iol board. The following program I same time buy goods not included in with board. feasibility of mobilizing air forces the railroad situation shows little! Im- roads tapping these mining districts '

enjoyed by the audience: the sales. The hum from machinery J. G. Williams pauper was given I at any point on short notice. provement. All peace efforts between hard pressed I before the coal strike ,M4/ ,,

song, Happy Greetings-School,,, I is heard all around us and shows that an additional allowance of $S: for the .He flew, according to the c'llkulaI the railroads and. their striking! shop- was settled', Is. inadequate) to handle r

M 1, Nelle Hughes pianist. work is going on. month of August. I tions of air service cflicern lit Rockwell men have been abandoned< !, and thu the increased. tonnage In fact from

devotional exercises-Rev. !M. L. Monday was "labor day," sure Petition from citizens of Lawtey1 I Field 2,275 miles. j.'o'I'nnwnt.lI'lulI'c'nlly Is. giving therail some districts come reports from both

.. enough. The county boards wrestled asking that name of J. II. Lowery b..1! His plane averaged! 100 1 miles. and executives the chance they wantto operators! and mine union leaders that + Y

th'ng, Al11erica--8chool. with economical problems, mothers placed upon the ticket at the general i better per hour fur the entire distance I break the strike by their own ef coal 1 digging/ already has, been limited '

addresses by II. B. Wiggins Rev. were in a flurry to get their children election for constable for justice ofi, or slightly more than n mile I. forts. by lack of curs to carry the coal away
G.1. i and two thirds for minute of (internment: in No Hurry I" Art from' tho mines Tho lni'ger roads. in
It. uses, Rev. LV.. Kickliter, : started to school !Mr. Morgan was the peace district No. 1, Lawtey, every r
linnan. sweating furnishing books and other I Bradford county was received. Upon I< (flying time. Proposals. for governient/ operationof these districts are under-stood to lie

t school necessities and the teachers motion the clerk was instructed to While not out for any speed 1'01',1Doolittlo' the coal mines, and the rlli11 lines of turning over equipment. to these. small Iwithortnge.

\nnounc'nlenb-PI'of. DowIi'1g1uch had their hands, full placing the put.pits. place said name upon the ticket. achlev'I11'nt' it is believed, I the ,country debated. in congress lust lines in an effort. to overcome thin

'\ interest was created by Mr. But it is a pleasant sight: to seethe i I Petition recehed'from It. II. Riley will stand for long from the standpoint week, have been put aside< by admin .

man offering a gold medal to the children resume their: work of getting of Jasper, Fla., with more than five of speedy. crossing I. l"trlltioll'l"nll'rR. One reason for this l.aliiir Hoard HUH WIIKV IncreaseIn

pupil who should l be pronounced the an education. The "commuters"of hundred names asking that his name In his flight he covered ten +sand has been the "lack of 11<'f'c'f
host in general excellence in school Kingslcy' lake have almost all returned bo placed upon the ticket for the general : -I was for many hours at Ji time so action at thin time and! the other United. States Railroad Labor Board s

>rk, the medal to be presented at to Starke and the town has election for candidate. for the office far above the earth that landmarkswere has been tho opposition to it that has been turned. from I the 'shopmen's'' lot y

rhi close of the term. thus regained its full quota of popu of state superintendent of publia not visible. I him developed in administration, ranks strike to Clio consideration of the railroad -
'rof. S. S. Howling has taught sev- lation. instruction. Upon motion the clerk Leaving/ Neptune Ili-iu-h. ( P,abin) at in both brunches of congress. Not only maintenance of way employes' p

terms in Starke and is well and Did you know that it is just ns easy! was instructed to place said name upon 10:0.1: o'clock Monday night Doolittle Is (President. (larding not disposed, request for an I Increase In minimum '
.'orably known to both pupils and to view life In bright colors us other- I the ticket. was'" In\ot\ heard from during/ the night to ask such drastic legislation at this ', wages/ from 2.1:\ cents an hour to IS 4M',

,> arena who were delighted to have wise-that there I is, just> as much reason Bids were received for furnishingwood when he passed, over Live Oak at I time, but developments indicate that cents an hour. The maintenance of "I

h'm return this year. There is a for being optimistic as pessimistic at courthouse and jail and E. E. 11 :OR. His next point of report was the passage of such legislation by way union through. its prenident, presented

< 'long faculty of experienced! teachers ? Let us bo hopeful and contented, I' Lee being the best bidder,' he was San Antonio where he landed nt Kel- congress would! he exceedingly difll- I the request, of t the members, Jt.\

'i, assist Mr. Dowling and it is con- and prosperity will come to all. awarded the contract for same at ly Field, his home I station, lit 7:10: ''alt to obtain and. the hoard has. taken up the matter .

i" .ntly expected that this term will $.';.50 per cord delivered, racked in Tuesday II a marked success. SAMPSON:: CITY wood shed at courtyard. Each cord ) l.OfiO! miles In 10 hours, 11 minutes. present with reporting' out of committees than t 10:% railroads are interested! In w
enacted laws the case, and, It is foregone conclusion
in the high and getting
There arc sixty-six pupils to be 21 feet in bed, four Ucl 't
hi. school which will be taught; by Sampson City, Sept. 8.-School and to be 10 inches long, all split wood VETERAN HAS TVV1V I'.RAINS: legislation to strengthen the hands l, of (lint/ some Increase will he /given '5., ,

I' II Dowling, Miss Florence Mat- opened Monday with J. I. Ogden of ; Part lightwood and part green pine. tho administration\! lir controlling coal by tin hoard, for It was on the promise "

hews and Mrs. Gco. C. White. Then Graham, teacher/ The pupils are gladto The following wid"w'R'pension Shell Shock and Accident Make) ,'n. distribution by creating a federal. fuel of this government agency/ to hold .. j

.r, members of the faculty are as have Mr. Ogden back with them claims were approved: v usual Case, DoctnrH :Say: distribution agency, and in giving to an immediate rehearing u"'wutt'! rate

'lows: (this term Mrs. Lizzie Johns, Lawtey, $2 per I the. Interstate Commerce Commission that President Grable was able to t
McOruvvcnth Mrs. Nolle Brown, of Jacksonville, I month Thought to have two lirains\/ one "( broader ,powers\ over priority of rail I keep the maintenance of way nwn" .\ "tghth grade, :Mrs. Bessie \ is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. CarrieHicks', Hampton $5.00: per which Is almost! a blank and<1 the other -I'shipments. from joining the shop workers when .I:] '.. .

W. S. Nabb. month. directing him to do "tranthlnlCs." Soft:; Coal Stride U. Over the latter Unit walked. nut. .U

grade, $liss Eva Wilson.I'owell. Dogan Nabb, Mrs. E. II. Smith and Rachel Malphurs, Starke, $:3 per,t Hayward Thompson, of Kansas City, Tho administration ut Washington With tliii. maintenance of way workers \ \. '
-txth griHe Mrs.[ Horace Isabel daughter Junnitu were\ visitors to month. Mo., a world war veteran, in being 'I lakes the view that the biturmnou.4 taking their request for a wajrw v.t, t I

Hfth and l fourth -A, Miss Stake Wedne"day.Mlssea Petition received from citizens of t treated' in n hospital:' at Denver (',,10., strike has! "wnlved itself, stool. that the Increase to the railroad labor board. '. I'!'

M! Ilea\ Miss !Mar- Edith: Sloan of Fairfield\ and. Stnrko asking that an allowance be tvhere h t wandered under the alias of anthracite "suspension"' will soon ,hi. leaders of the IItl'ildnRhupm"n have' ". '.

"ourth B and third A, Ruby Broughton, of Louise, were visItors made for Curtis Smith, Ruby May Thomas A. Anderson, fully convincedthat ( lifted. Scarcely] n lay passes. by but announced that a wagu increase Is flli \ I

erite Shriver. here Friday.R. < Smith and Melvin Alice Smith. Upon it was his right name. that coal operators' nnd their Idle men IjO i\ part of their demands. Not only r( I.'

third Band Second Grade, Miss A. Jones wan n visitor to Graham -_ motion name laid over for further con- Operation and hypnotism are !lfJ- sign the Cleveland agreement whereby do they insist on returning with lI< I ,

a'' "Ssio Thomas. Saturday.Mrs. sideration. lag resorted to to return! Thompson's the soft coal strike was ended, and, iority rights\ unimpaired, which ''''"n't't )jl)1'.
'hart; class mid first grade, Miss world, idle' min ., Virtually all of toforu. has been tho solo bur to
W. J. Uoberson and DoganNabb Petition received from citizens: of memory, lost during the! war resume. ( j.
1 'live Ray. spent Fri The school is fortunate to have at Jacksonville.L. Kendrlcks lit, appointed inspector of of the shell shock and a motorcycle the pitH. and 4J>.OOO miners In Western slat on the restoration of the H/2l i ;

music teac'her. Mrs. Nelle Hughes a L. Johns and Misses EITIe and marks and brands. .Upon motion same accident a few months! before, arC Pennsylvania are also back at work.j wage HiMile.Members. ;
musician pf ability and, wide experi- of the and, Alton .
at foul 1 last week (' Chicago
Annie Edmorufoon: spent Sunday taken' under consideration. thought to have separated Thompson's!: loadings< "
nce., Graham visiting Mrs. A. J. :McKin-( G. W. ALDERMAN, 'bruin into two individual parts. 0,000,001)() ( ton figure and it Is predicted (( train unions many of whom walked, tt

ney. Clerk and Auditor. Write With Moth I !Hands that the soft coal pits will soon out In sympathy( with the! striking: )", a,

Ills GOLDEN) RIBS: liE FJo\W: Mr. and Mrs Wallace Thigpen/ and. Thompson! is able tu write with both he yielding 7,1)00,000( () tons a week, ">!' shopmen during/ the week, were summarily :;: b

THIEVES daughter Mildred, and I Mrs. Lizzie I WOODLAWNWoodlawn I hand at the sumo time. Writing: produced I I within lr>00,000 tons of normal consumption \ ordered to ,return to their jobs" s
Thigpen spent Saturday in Graham on' with his right hand is wellformc..l at this time of the year. by W. G. I -rlin 2.-A young man withrrs anthracite field\ the offices of, Railroad Trainmen ; :
Sept business Sept. 8.-Z. T. Goodmanof I but that of his left hand Is In tho good -
of gold and platinum is working Jones of Senator Peppor of Pennsylvania Ford to (lime HIM Plants I
Joe Williams and Durrgar Madison, nnd Miss Delia Lee of I upside down and backward. A mirror .
cigarette factory at Brcslau. and of Labor Davis. Profiteering/ the present prices of
a in Palatku Secretary
and Tuesday
spent Monday\ Stnrke, arrived here Sunday and I has to be used to read It.
When he was a locksmith's npprenor. and witnessed the ball games between opened- school Monday with n large Thompson is also able to draw car appear to have established, new fields\ 'bituminous conl, which (Inn been reported i

,., several! years ago he fell\ from Lake City and, Palatka and fit. Petersburg attendance. I tons with some technical ability although for negotiations between operatorsand from many 'quarters, despltu
the roof of house and was badly in- i lenders I the government's find distribution J t
mine and
and PuUtka.YARBOROUfill Mr. and Mrs.: D. L. Phillips and J. / before his injury he was unable -
lured. He was taken to a hospital -- -. -- business. visitors to intelligent picture, are being;! made. that the hard agency/ und fair price list, was strong "
S. Norman were to draw an
where the doctors found his skull was : SERIOUSLY HURT I coal miners will soon bu under ground ly attacked by Henry 1''0\,1. the automobile j ..
Starke !Monday friends
fractured and all his ribs but one were Mrs. W. L. Valencia and James Younger D.IJH again. The nature of the new negotiatlons manufacturer, during the past

broken. The youth was in the hospita Had Skull Fractured by Luke; Now Browning of Jacksonville are spending Thompson's memory in a blank for are /I secret but it is said they week when he announced that he expects .1, :' .
and a half i clime all bin plants'''Sept. 1ft, .
four to
for no less than in Hospital overcome the determination of both
; the week with their parents, Mr. the days that preceded the World/
stars, and finally the surgeons/ under- and Mrs. D. B. Browning. i During tho time h
took to repair or replace his shattered Monday morning W. E. Yarboroughof R. M. Ostcen and family were visitors his wife divorced him and his mother further concessions. The question of.' frork unit indirectly affecting tho Industrial ;

ribs.A the Alfalfa settlement, went to the to the State Farm Saturday eve died officials have discovered. the length f time of the new wage lifu of hundred of thousandsof I

metal plate was inserted in his place of J. O. Luke south of the Wa- ning.:: Thompson, army remembers neither his wife scale and the matter of arbitration In : other workers in this country.Mr. 'J"

;, skull and the fractured bones were replaced teroak, on some business. Luke was Messrs.! Arthur and Jack Wilkerson nor hm mother. future disputes are the only two keeping ; Ford declared that at the present i" +
his field. lie accused Yarborough the hard coal miners and price of coal, he woul.l-refuse to .Q 4
and platinum. working in
by ribs of gold of Highland/ were visitors here Sun- The veteran's skull has been wired opera-
Two and a half years later the man : of cutting one of his cattle on together, physicians say and, this tors apart. Agreements; have been buy it even If ho could gut; it. Ho 1.1; i

I w-as able to leave the hospital and the hip with an axe which Yarborough day.Fred Waters and family, of Starke, leads,! to the theory that the brain is I reached on wages hours check-off charged mine operators. and the heads..
in denied. Some angry words followed and conditions. of mine unions with collusion to keep
since then he has been working a were visitor here Sunday. probably In two distinct parts. The I working
cigarette factory. In view of the preset then Luke climbed over the Mrs. Frank Crawford returned to wiring Is probably the result of Injuries i Rail Strike SituationNo up prices adding that the price of

: value of gold and platinum, it is fence, picked up a )lightwood stake I her home in Jacksonville FriJater) suffered In the motorcycle acci such silver clouds as murk the I from $7 to $9 a ton at the mines for

evident that he is carrying about in and knocked Yarborough from his spending: a few days here with her dent. coal strife have appeared in the rail soft coal wus extreme profiteering. ,

r Tii* body quite a considerable amountof horse. He struck him another blow daughter, Mrs.. T. C. William The casa of twin brains is similar to strike storm. The 3 (fOOO rail road "1 will nut bo a party to profiteering f aF

I wealth; and it is stated that special while lying: on the ground.Mr. I twin children physicians say, who are shopmen are still idle with members ," said the manufacturer. "That ; r
measures are being taken to pro : Yarborough's skull wns frac- I.ARGEIH>ITION TO STOCKF. one body until a short time before of other rail union quitting work Indifferent is. why I um going/ to hut down until y;
tect him against criminals. tured and he was brought to Jacksonville At' they are born. One of Thompllon'a'brain" sections in support of the coal and steel profiteering is over. Tolerate h'
for hospital treatment. strikers but usually returning after such condition and they will
A. Crowder who lately bought U normal, although a blank !
\ nAN S. JOHNSON OF LAKE BUTLER this writing he Is resting easy. out Griffin & Johns thus acquiring a concerning recent years, but the other a few days' idleness. Meanwhile the continue indefinitely. There Is no reason
ACCIDENTALLY SHOT No warrant has been issued for the railroads are doing their utmost to recruit why such coal prices should ob
I $30,000( stock, i Is having a successful is his subnormal mind, which now ili-
arrest of Luke *o far. their hop forces to normal tain. It Is the result of a conspiracyto
J closing! out sale Ha la how( buying i recta his actions. rq e
I Lake Butler Sept. 2.-Dan S. John- -- ----- more stock to replace what hall been itrength. Several of the eastern lines fleece! the public, a conspiracy entered -
aon while his revolver this iIICKS-WOOD.IRD the Pennsylvania railroad into by Wall street baron and 1
cleaning sold. An important purchase took BIBLE CLASS:! :MEETING notably report "
I morning accidentally shot himself in full strength in the shops. In the lenders of organized labor.
week when Mr.
the first of the
wedding took place in Lake- place ,
the abdomen. It was Considered a A quiet the Middle West the shops are work- Mr. Ford has cancelled, order for
20th when Mr. VictorM. Crowder went to Jacksonville and The Ladies Bible Class of (the Baptist '
serious wound and he Was taken to land August Ing at about 75 cent of their usual raw material f rum nearly 1,000) lir ma
the church per
of Lakeland, and Miss: Es- bought the entire stock of the well church will meet at
.Jacksonville for treatment by Dr. Hicks strength while In the Far West and his immense plant In Detroit willquit
o'clock to
daughter of Mr. and known "Well Fit, ReadytoWearShop. Saturday afternoon S ,
Boyd at St. Vincent hospital, \vaccompaniedby tfelle Woodard of Hampton were ." Thin stock of up-to-date la ter organize the class and plan for and the ,South shop force are about work Sept. 16, thrownlng 73,000; ,
B. r
S. 30,000
Dr. J. M.\ Mann and his Mrs. CO cent of normal. men out of work, in addition to
Mr. and Mrs. Hicks will dies' men's and children' wear hasbeerplaced further work. All members urged to per sales
Father, Paul Johnson. married. Occasional. rioting and slugging other In his smaller plants and
their sale in Mr. Crowder'sbhe attend. \
and .on
Lakeland their home ,
ills friends feel anxious about make from rail center, but and distributing agencies' throughout y
many MRS. J. T. QUIGLEY, are reported
friends wish them much happi- store here, and the public U invited '
him and are in hope that the wound many to Inspect the line. Secretary.., there has been only one report of a the country .
wm not prove fatal. ness.

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IA+ DENGUE FEVER IS EXPLAINE1 DONT'S FOR SWIMMERS .. .. :::*Lillfl1ilUIU11L:; : :: : : :: _: ,. :: ::::c.--: ,. ,; : : :; : ",:: : ; :, > BI1
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Swimming is, and should be, so universal -

A t'' + Dengue, broakbone fever or dandy a pastime! at this season, it is I IC I

p I fever, ia an ncute infectious disc-am essential that every precaution be taken '

? caused l Ity filterable virus curried by to make the sport safe. Every I

Y the stegomya culopus, the same mo*- swimming place should I have competent -

1 quito that carries yellow fever Om' guards and persons who frequentthe .

attack of dungue does not confer immunity j beaches or pools should bo conversant ,

and the unfortunate victim with rescue and resuscitation ,,

of thia disease may be stricken with it methods. I
; time after time. The Red Cross or Schafer plan for
cigarettes .
11 41 The attack of dengue is more fulminating ttl rescuing or resuscitating' the drowned EU

I' that any other disease of thc is wimple and very successfulIn I I
t I addition to wide
giving publicity
same class, with the possible to such methods the Red Cross has j'' -
The primary fever i ',
tion of influenza. '
: : t lasts three or four days; then there I Is compiled a few (dont's for swimmers,) ,,- '" ;, ,,,',.'.'." ,1 ,' .: ,'".. :": ("'. ..'; ,,:... ..
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which will bear ,
repeating. -
n remission of tho fever for one or \.. ,,,1'<
They Don't swim directly after full ".. :\... '
two days, followed by a secondary are a :,
The diagnostic in dengue' 110CGOOD meal. Wait for at least two hours.Don't I
;L'' febrile wave. f ,
swim when overheated.
1 is the terminal rash w hich comes on !
L ; x1 after the secondary fever has subsid Don't swim if you have heart trouble -, -
'11 ed. The rash, somewhat resembling/ )I A. '
( measles, frequently appears from the Don't struggle if caught in swift : 1 I'o

base of the thumb to the wrist or jfrom To All and Singular whom this may water or undertow. The current will .

t the big toe to the ankle. Dengue i is -Concern, Greeting: bring you to the top. .

seldom, if ever, fatal; but one peculiar Whereas, It has come to my knowledge Don't dive without accurate knowledge / '

characteristic of the disease Is the that a certain judge has ruled, of the depth of tile water. -

pain during the disease and during to-wit: That no one can be convicted Don't cry for help in fun.Don't .

) convalescence, which is out of propor ofthe crime of making, uttering or go swimming alone unless you ThTelegraph

1 I tion to the severity of the disease, particularly transporting liquor, unless the said are an expert. j .

the pain in the post orbital liquor has been found, through chemi- These warning are not issued to emphasize j I

region.A cal analysis to contain alcohol; and the dangers of swimming, but !
2 I to the fact that with
emphasize proper -
characteristic laboratory finding Whereas, I have sat on lunacy i '
como'' care it can be one of the safest as!
of dengue is leukopenia, or lowered', missions and helped( to !
/ well healthiest exercises Penan-
white blood cell count. The first opiidemic 2huttahoohec many persons for less : I
cola News. '
, of dengue wan noted in 1780 in causes than\ tho said aforesaid ruing. .
i' In 1889 there was a
J Philadelphia. .
t wide spread epidemic in Asia Minor Now therefore; I, a constable of the \

j and Greece. Recent work by Japanese state of Florida, object to the aforesaid The wild game in Florida is becoming i: t '
that in addition to
physicians show Ji'J'
l ruling on the following grounds, extinct. Tho some is true as to
1 the stcgomya cnlopus, the stegomyascutellaris I
1' to-wit: lakes
.1 Game Fish in our and streams
+ may carry the virus of the
1-Because there la no sense in it. What are you doing to save these tw" :
dengue, but the culex fatlgans does
f \ 2-Because no one in Bradford and I great natural assets to the State, I I
not dengue. The Japanese have
Union counties would vote for a candidate yourself and posterity? I
also proved that the only time tho I
for constable that they didn't Hillsborough County is alive trt the,
1 the virus from the
stcgomya ('nntet/ '
think would know booze when he saw necessity for wise conservation
'latient is between the second and the mens-I'
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it, and because the judge; aforesaid ures. It has a Game and Fish \. \
sixth day of the disease. .,
; t ., hus no right to thus humiliate an officer ive Association which believes that' --

The stegomya calopus, the carrierof before his conslitutency by implying Game Fish should not be taken from '

dengue, ia a domesticated, mosquito. / that he Is unable to discharge tho lakes and streams for the purposeof I Is one of the necessaries

It breeds in small collection of water one of his, principal duties. sole, nor should they be taken bv ,. .
around houses in old 1 tin .ana: in broken I I of life 'for Bradford
In -Because no one would buy booze means of seines, nets, traps dynamiteor .
glass bottles particularly that did not contain alcohol. Alcohol. other unsportsmen like methods; : '<

collection of water in tree holes. The loss booze would be no booze at 'all. I ft believes the hunting season should ) County people, and that '"

I A%mosquitoes If the moonshiners didn't make sure be shortened and game refuges established -

1 enough booze, they would have no ; that laws securing these this fact is becoming more
the female of this mosquito bites ordinarily stills hid In tho swamps and would not things should be statewide; that only 1 r

i in the day time, thereby differing be on the lookout for constables and a state license for hunting should be and more recognized all '

from the malaria mosquito, but the time and kill bent that all lincenfje '
sheriffs all or required; moneys

burning. up informers. And if bootleggers had I I should constitute a fund to further the time is seen by the

only sweetened water ,to sell, they game and fish conservation; and that
i attacks from the rear nnd secures a would l not be so secret about it, and ,:I the office of a state game warden number of new subscribers :

i !. concealed p lace in the sleeves or the no one would get drunk and raise h-11 should be created to administer all
for feeding. constantly added to '.
I drinking it. : game and fish conservation measures

The disease seems to be in a comparatively 4.-Because, first and last, there is The Hillsborough County -
mild form. Telegrams sent no sense in this ruling. tion wants your help and : our list., Join the procession .

r to the health officers of Miami Savannah Now, therefore, I suggest that each help jwu to get organiyed. Are you j and find what '

and Jacksonville brought buck the constable see his representatives in I willing to join an organization in your I out

following reports:: the next legislature, so that u law ,' County to aid In better game and, fish is going on at home '

Dr. Murray, director of public may be enacted whereby constables conservation? If so, send your name a' .

health in Miami, states there have may be constituted, ex-officio deputy and address( to D. B. Farnsworth, ,' and abroad ,'

been no cases of dengue in !Miami this chemists. Then they would! be enabled Secretary, Hillsborough County Game t

1+ season. to at once arrest and bring to trial and Fish Protective Association, 61S" ;
I .
Dr. Koerper, of Savannah, reports nnd conviction those who handle the' Florida, Ave., Tampa, Florida. '. ..:: ,

l 'i a few scattered cases of dengue, epidemic booze, and the constables and the Justices ,, j \,aI ,

not considered alarming who depend on them for a !living NOTICEAll ,,

Dr. McDonnell, of Jacksonville, reports would be able to collect their fees '

y' sixty-five cases, week ending promptly, instead of having to dependon income taxpayers who electedto ,, t
f August 19. Three times as many cas- the say-so of a chemist, who would pay quarterly their income tax for .

: es for week ending, August/ 26th. analyze by trying it on the "log, and the year 1921, filed March 15, 1922, \

Inasmuch as the mosquito of tho who couldn't smell a still BO fcefnwny are hereby notified that the third .Oli' ,,

11 dengue Is a home grown product, it nor tell If the aforesaid 1 liquor was quarterly installment is due on September .
behooves the citizens to look to their malts from cane skimmings, Cuban 15th. -" Only $2.00 Per Year '

t premises and suppress the raising' of molasses or corn grits.' So say we all 1 I The Revenue Acts cf 1918 and 1021
!. mosquitoes on private land: Done at my office this 1st day of require that these quarterly paymentsshall $1.00 for Six Monthsin

1 September, A. D. 1922. I I be in the office of the Collectoron

WAGES GOING UP IN TUE'VF.h4T CONSTABLE.: or before the 15th, day of the advance .

month in which they are to be paid, ,
1. .
Pay ,BooHta Result From First Labor TORTURE otherwise. they are delinquent. In case ,, ,. .

Shortage in Two; Yearn of (delinquency the law provides thata ,
I have cut out all my laughing, I'ma penalty of /5) per cent shall be assessed '

Wages are going\ up throughout they stranger to delight, for my neigh- and collected on the amount due at ,':

Middle 'Vest, and for the first time in I bor'a phonographing, grinding music that time for failure to pay, and fur- .
day! and night, and my bitter cup I'm '
actual shortage
two years there is an ther provides that the entire tax for '" ;;
of labor. With the posting of notices quaffing, and my language/ is a fr.ight. the balance of the year becomes due. ;

announcing an hourly increase of six Once my life was gay and cheerful, it After notice of ten days to pay same "

cents for labor in tho Chicago steel held nothing sad or sour, and my mnp a /5) per cent penalty will be. assessedon

t ,e district, 20 other companies in the was, never tearful, never knew a briny this amount and in the event payment -
Jai metal Industry in the city announced shower; 'twas before I /got an ear full is delayed, interest will be coll- Address all letters and remittances to

increases of from 7 to 15 per cent. of tinned music every hour. I am ected.

covered skilled well fond' of music stately, be it canned or
These increases Taxpayers should therefore make
I enjoy the masters. greatly, Bradford County
't no common labor. be It raw; an effort to get their remittances into TelegraphStarke

lapin: thit farmer, facing questionable .singing gongs without 1f11 w; but the the Collector's office on or before the

., tri n"p Jrt"tlon facilities for his stuff I'm hearing lately sounds like 15th, of September, otherwise these
the market for filing of a saw. For my J1t'll'hbor'1IItrllfapltone :! will Florida +
t bumper crops, Is. In penalties attach.D.
records all
and his are
help and is offering better wag T. Gerow, .
more'This agricultural demand is nota punk(; they are rattling' shrieking, Collector. -

es. groaning with a clinking! clunking:
but seasonal is founded or on the belief that asl clunk) and I'm yearning; and I'm honIng AN EDITOR'S INVOICEAn I .
hermit's and bunk. Oh,
for a cave
''soon the railroad strike is over in '
i as conditions will improve so my Jazzy neighbor's grinding, evermore editor once kept track of his t.

dustrial farm commodity a tinny tune; he lit winding, profits and tosses during the year, '

markedly that affected.even winding, winding In the torpid hour of and gives an invoice of his business .' 'H. >
will be '
prices More Jobs Than ;Men noon: noisy solace he Is finding by diary at the end of twelve months of i''J'! )

Conditions In Illinois O which are reported 'the pale light: of the moon. And ho ups and downs In the following man, '. ':.: ', -

h to be Indicative of most other leaves his couch to tinker with his ner: 1't ,,' ,',, ,' 1 < ,. a 't. ', .
t ; music mill when the eastern ,
States, show there are jim-blamcd ; Been broke 361 times (t
Central skies pinker he l I..< wrest- .
for 100 !grow Praised the.public 89 times. -
less'than 100 men every .
now the Imp! with it still, and he hands me, Told lies 720 times. ; '. .. .
since ,
w unknown ". : '
a : :
indus- line sinker, music !guaranteed to kill. Missed prayer meeting 62 times, "
of the post-war "
ti a ., bottom So; my heart U slowly breaking, andI Been roasted 431 times. 4

trial reflation. shed a priceless tear, and there others 52 times. # \ 1
In the steel industry for Roasted :,'
With wages I ,
scheduled for an Increase seems no use in faking happiness Washed office towel 3 times ",oS .
.e' labor II
common that the United that's not sincere, while my neighbor's Missed meals 0.
; it Is predicted mill is waking all the echoes far ,
Railroad tabor Board will soon Mistaken for a preacher: 11 times. 1
States I
A rescind the reduction for 350,000 rail- and near.-Walt Mason. Mistaken for a capitalist 0. .' .

I ... road laborers, effective July 1, last; Got whipped 8 times
about the present No Worm m a Healthy Child f Whipped others! 0
i.i' :,.. and which brought All children troubled with Worm hays ma ..... Cash on hand at beginning, $1.47. i
:?( strike. healthy color: .which Indicate poor blood and at. ,
Cash hand at ending 15c. :Milton 1'
.s rule thai la more or lees ilomaih disturbance. on .
circular KV-! GROVE TASTELESS CHILL, TONIC Wee regularly (N. I).) Globe.
fail to get a
Don't l I for two or tII....wens wUl enrich lb. blood.
r'r full information about Improve th.dUMtkra.aod Betas a graaralSinnilthanlnt -
'ini you
Mta.Bt-ftllteheiri Tests to the whole nmtm. Natura will thru Subscribe for the Telegraph and get I
)) lc
the Ilexall dlapal the tdlbitChlldwUlba '
throw off or worm*
Drug Store on Sept. 11, 15, 16th. I htDerlecD5.'."h. Pleawot. to ..>.. 150 per blJtlla all.'the.. news, I- .r A -



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ft/DAY SEPTEMBJR 8. 1922. r
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA.iOHmainanifflfflfflfflfflffismsBffiflRBmB .
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tlttJiJNews ( Shops at the Seaboard Air Line rail- Stop. revs. '
I I To a Cough Quick I )
of Florida in Short Paragraphs f, way at Tampa, cloned since the rnil ,. V : : '- .I t : x
.rufw.lnN.mnurn.,,............" ,.l'.....---.."...,.......,....'..'. ..,..,,, "tat in". 'I 60 strilte, were re-opened Thursday with I ..: medicine which stops' the HONEY cough by aewiKti :I II --- .hh -- -- -- -- _-- ---- :r.,'
men reporting for work, said company 1.1-ollng the inflamed and irritated tie 'ui .<. I IA
I Live State s ollk-ials. Night and day guards box of GROVE'S;; ()-PEN-TRA n }
News m.J were stationed around the plant. Nil I SALVE for Chest Colds lend Cultic anal
--------.J disorders Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of Fordorc
."_ were reported. Provisionhas HAYES HEALING HONEY. The naive 'j

Told by Our Exchanges. been made for housing the menon' I should be rubbed on the chest end thront
the grounds. It Is said that the majority of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.

'.WnflUDffitiUBa-- .'." mWlllmlllwwwmmmmmm'nmmmmm"---...---..,..-'..._.,.._..... of the men have been transferred I ddethethroetoumbtnedwieh. The. Smiling effort of u."...'the Heeling healing" Honey rtfrct In.of THE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR '"
.1Il1lllllWWWllI from the plant of the Tampa I...>vr n O-Prn-Trata Salve through the of ( :
pore Ir,
he mayor of Fort Lauderdale spent I Eighty-four the akin anon mop .ouuiHi. ( .
thousand V
citrus Hock I 1
I Company, where repair work I
I Doth remedies are parked In ow carton and the Cut f
In jail charged with
ight "resisting are being furnished by the Lake Garfield for the road has been done since the coat of the combined treatment I*:S5,. f I yourfarm $ 951 ,
'cut! assault and battery, drunken- nurseries of Bartow to be planted strike. {I, 'Just! ask your druggist for HAYES' I 3'-:11 )

,-s and using profane and obscene I in the Golden Ring groves, a new citrus i i HEALING HONE.Y.; I I::1 half costs with in (. l ,:

tuage.! development proposition in Hills- Congestion of the circuit court docket NEW TKAIN WRECKING; pi.or! is I the Fordson au,. ; )
I borough county, six miles northeast of : for Hillsborough county has reached j UNCOVERED F.O.D. DETROIT :;a.l t

:Sorter Barnes, 12, was drowned on Tampa. It is believed to be one ot'' a point where, according to attor- I e h,

nday afternoon near St. Augustine the largest orders for budded citrus neys and court officials, more than I Chicago, Aug. 31.-The disclosureof Save :I :> ;: '
:i __
ne! heroically attempting to rescue trees ever given in Florida. 1,000 cases are on the docket, many a new train wrecking plot, an attempt I money ____

ompanion, and Karl Lord, 7, nar- of them having been entered orignul- to blow up a train, tho burning I on every acre

"nrly escaped the same fate. The Atlantic Coast Line railroad'spumping ly more than two years ago. Tampa and dynamiting of bridges and other I: plow '
station at Lakeland attorneys are of the belief that with the i
was I even railway property, greasing of tracks,
our hundred logs of mahogany partly! wrecked Sunday night by a dynamite if no new cases should be entered for slugging of workers and other acts of I

m Axim, West Africa, formed a explosion, the blast blowingone I the next six months at least two years lawless violence marked the .strike of I

;,, rt of the cargo brought into Pensa- end of the building and, putting; would be required to clear the circuit I the railroad l shopmen throughout the I 1''

la on the American steamship West one pump out of commission. Tho court docket' of the accumulation of country today.A the work of tt

mhaw, arriving this morning. night engineer was at his home about litigation. pile of debris heaped in the pathof I your farm
100 yards! from the station I I
when the
expected Chicago
an train near I .
.n a fit of despondency because of explosion occurred, and no one was Chief of Police Hendricks, Policeman Spring Lake, Ia., was reported to have I four! to six '- ay rtimes +

health Joaquin Gonzalez, 61, of injured. John Skipper, Deputy Sheriff C. resulted in the death of one man and I I,I II tai "'

'I' impa, committed suicide Monday by C. Jones and E. A. Ogilvie, deputy tho Injury of three others when n mo- with the I This Value '

itting his throat with a razor at apital. M. Bailey, 18, was instantly killed shell fish commissioner, all of Fernan- tor hand car they were riding in ad- I FordsonCut I 14

when he attempted to board an auto- dina, were arrested Monday by Unit- vance of the train struck the ol. >ntruc- Has
mobile truck belonging to the C. B. ed States prohibition agents on a tion. An attempt to blow up a Chicago your hour

espondent over ill health, John P. Witt Co.*of Tampa. The accident occurred charge of conspiracy to evade the enforcement and Alton train near Alton, Ill., I in the field I ;

Wall, former city attorney and prom- on the asphalt road near Lake- of prohibition laws. They the bombing of n bridge/ in Wilmington / over half- Been ,; i

,tent in legal circles of Tampa, and land. Bailey, according to the driverof were taken to Jacksonville in the custody Dela., and the burning of seven I tvith I 4

'irouprhout the South, committed suite the machine, attempted, to get on of a deputy U. S. marshal and bridges on the Cotton Belt line also the Fordson Duplicated

Sunday night by shooting him- the truck but missed his hold. The arraigned before U. S. Commissioner were reported simultaneously with I

.f through the heiul. rear wheel struck him and threw him Noble, who released them on a bondof the arrest of three men in Chicago on
about fifteen feet. I $1,000 each.According Give yourself It takes something besides
a charge to dynamite and 1 wreck the
i 8-hour
'he new city directory gives Gaines-I New York-ChTcago Western Express! I an day- : engineering to furnish a V

!ie a population of 10,173 A prominent citizen of Ft. Pierce, to the officials) at the of the New York Central lines I you can with I tractor like the Fordson "

.I who has just returned from the west University of Florida the coming term The latest arrests followed the holdIng i I' the I to sell at this astonishingly
which -
const, states that it Is common ru- opens September 12th, will be of four other men accused. of the Fordson I

\\ a radius of twenty-five miles I I'Ithin !i mor on the west coast and in the Interior the greatest in the history of theIIlI.te's wrecking of tho "million dollar ex- i l,. ; low price. i}

Gainesville, the population is ap- of the state that unscrupulous great institution of higher press" on the Michigan/ Central near -- '' -f .I

.iximately 35,000. persons.! I persons who have a grudge against learning, if present indications carry. Gary, Ind., a little more than a week -- That something i 13 owner

someone to hide a quart of liquor on Space in the dormitories and all the ago by removing/ thirty-Hewn spike confidence built on permanent satisfac-

Arthur Pope, well known to the lo- !; the premises or about the property of nearby houses Is practically filled to from the rails, causing tin. death of tion. There are 170,000 Fordson tractorsin

police was taken out of Orlando that one and then report to the officers capacity, thereby making it necessary two enginemen. Elforture! being
band of masked and for those entering late to secure places use-wherever Power Farming is being
< a men given a I' that that person in in possessionof made to determine whether there was I
'/ere beating. lie was! released from I' liquor. An arrest follows-and the in homes out in the city. However, any connection between tho two plots. done Fordson i is::; showing superior service.If .

nil here last night and within twon man did not even know that he had Gainesville has ample housing capac- Railroad detectives, posing as strikers
urs was picked up on the Winter the liquor. ity to take care of all students! aa ,, obtained the first information concerning you are not using a Fordson now, start right. '

1 arden road, walking to town. I' something over fifty new houses have the alleged, plot. Accordingto / The working ability of this remarkable power

Action of Judge F. M. Rubles of been built on University avenue aloneduring the investigators', the wreck was plant is cutting farming costs in half in almost

Irion Cherry King, Jr., famous I circuit court Friday morning,: in sign- the past year. first supposed! to take place Tuesday, every kind of work done, at the draw bar i

'::;,000 Duroc-Jersey boar of the' i ing an order validating the $3,000,000 I but the arrest of the four men in con- or from the belt. '
W. McTeer of the g
Oaks farm at Pierce gas department -
highland was nection with the Gary outrage post-
I bond! issue for paved roads in Hills-!
und dead In his I of the Orlando Water and Light Ask: us for all the details-call
pen one morning. ;.borough! dispels any doubt that may poned the execution of the plot. write or phone.J. .
Company desiring to know few
The carried : insurance a days
owners .1,000 After two of
an all-day grilling
I It been the
have to
expressed as validity
the hog. An autopsy was held to ago; whether certain pipe line in the the three men questioned were released W. ANDREWS JR. W
c sr constitutionality of the bond issue kitchen of the San Juan hotel ,
contained -
rlttermine the of death.
cause tonight when they convinced the
1 through which Hillsborough expects
I gas, unscrewed the cap on the police they knew nothing the alleged Ford) and Fordson Dealer Starke Fla.
to: build a network of fine paved roads! ? ,
and brought
The Grand Island school building : pipe ; a lighted! match into
plot. One was held for further "
throughout; all sections that will surpass lI\ta't
with the
t struck by lightning, setting fire c vapor issuing questioning
I the roads of any county in this L
therefrom. It did. It P
ci the structure which was rapidly was necessaryto
lection of Florida. Wholesale arrests of terrorists was _
nsumed by the flames. The build- call out the fire department and for
promised by the police! In Chicago, -- '
''itt was occupied by two families who, I fifteen minutes there was no end of while federal agents continued their ''t
West Orange county which has long excitement the in front
fortunately, were away when the bolt on avenue of activity In all parts of the central
'!aoendod and practically demolishedne peen famed for its production of vegetables -i the hostelry Roy McCracken was the West j'l'
and fruit is going into this business -: hero of the hour. While several en- INSURANCE \
building. GENERAL
Despite t the wide extent of the day's
on a much larger scale this season : thusiasts rushed about frantically to '
I outbreaks, and the heavy loss
'. that ever before. With 1,000 acres get S. O. S. call to the fire property '; I
Sheriff! officers made a haul on the an depart- few Injuries were reported. At So- HAROLD C. WALL 44' :
of this rich hammock land tiled and ment and others I
were throwing wateron
utiiern: shore sof Lake Dora that dalill, Mo., four railroad !guards wore t
netted eight barrels of honest-to- producing enormous crops, growers in the flames, McCracken grabbed a beaten by thugt./ FLORIDAFIRE.
odness shine made from meal and that section are laying 1,250,000 additional towel, threw It into 8'water container STARKE,
feet of tiling this fall which and thus drenched thrust it the
ugar. They also destroyed a modern I over LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE
will bring some 500 additional ncrcn pipe. The flame .
a' was extinguished.Railroad
ill with 100 gallon capacity and I OF /I.. & N. RAILWAY
hole lot of mash that was primo for into cultivation and give employment -
,, to some 450: additional laborers. dynamiters Thursday night
he copper coils. j IVnsucolu, Aug. 31.--Although Solicitor el
i I changed! their base of operations" and ,. HAROLD HUME Wm.P. SIMMONS D. A. MOKRIflON fr.Pre.ldenl .
William Fisher has been endeavoring ... ...
3 A Tr
S. Wahnish of the U'nhnish tobacco Milton and Pat Geiger! were placed! attempted the destruction of a Flor- to run down the guilty parties VlcePre.M-.nt 1

impany of Tallahassee, has begun in Tampa jail charged with criminal ida East Coast railway trestle over who last night tarred and attempted Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry '

the packing of this year's crop. They assault on a 17 year old Tampa girl. Holy Branch at Spuds, fifty miles to feather Lonnie Durham, a Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices -

nave already employed about seventy- The men were first arrested Friday south of Jacksonville. Three separate shop workman, he reported tonight: he ;

nve men in their packing house who and were held In the personal custodyof charges which went olT alipost had met with no success' HO far in bin Prompt Shipment .n'"

ire sorting the tobacco for packing. a constable, who permitted themto simultaneously, were fired a few minutes efforts. One witness after anotherhas Ask your n..ilhbor-.II.. Itnowa N'

The crop'is a good one and good pri- engage rooms at a downtown ho- after !9 J o'clock. Within an hour been summoned to the prosecu- Got N.w July':1.1 price list, JUST ISSUED.E. k"

'e s are expected.Approximately. tel and gave them practically unrestricted after the explosion the 'MiamiKey'VeRt tor's office, but no information could

I liberty. Following messagesto express, a fast through/ passenger be obtained strong enough as yet to 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville, Fla, i

six million dollars ,, Governor Hardee the virtual free- train, was due to cross the tres- warrant an arrest.

was expended by the state road de- dom of the two men, charged with a tle. Tho south bound flyer was held Durham is yet in the hoHpilul and FEAR OF CltASH KILLS MAN FOR MAYOR I J i

fart men t in the period from January I capital crime, ended, and they were in the St. Augustine terminals until sticks to his original story of t being> ---

1 1919 to January 1, 1922! according j jailed without bond. repairs were made to the span. Only''taken in custody by a trio of strangers Motorist Full Dead an lip\ Narrowly C. L. Peck is hereby announced a S
slight damage was caused according candidate for Mayor of Starke, subject
to the Jacksonville Journal which today as he left a restaurant on East Misses, Careless Girl J
to later from railroad to voters In the city election to ,
published what it declared were a report special (
The American Products Corporation Wright street at 11 o'clock last nighton -
agents who were rushed to the be held Sept. 12, 1922. d di
official statistics. The total expenditures the
which took over arrested. He strike
rocently peanut the pretext of being Fear: that he would a young :'
were $5,905,316.16.! mill In Gainesville, formerly owned following the explosions. A bridgecrew believed he was being taken to the po- woman who stopped in front of his /i it '

by the Florida Peanut Milling Company was sent there to make repairs lice elation or county jail, find as he machine to pick up her handkerchief, '

$1 size Jonteel Face Powder as well as the large mill at and until these were completed the express was a stranger he did not make out caused the death of William A. Creme, 1 1886 :'I: : s

,r compact, two boxes for $1.01 on Madison that belonged to the Produ- was held at St. Augustine. that the car was being driven away of New York City. Creme fell dead

the Ic sale at Mitchell's Sept. 11, cers Company, has had a large force from the city.Arriving over the steering wheel as he narrowly ,
The wooden leg of II. Hutchinson f
15, and16th. ;at work putting the mills into good at a point some five miles missed the girl.
which lay under the bed at but :
--- 'condition to handle seeds. They are out, he said, the men forcibly disrobed Five ,girls were in the croup that
became active DAVISINSURANCE I
now prepared to purchase cotton seedas by day, now reposes him, poured a copious quantity of coal crossed tho street in front of the approaching I

ASPIRINSay well as peanuts. with IU former owners, the Florida oil, tar and. gasoline over his naked car. One dropped her handkerchief .
Orthopedic Supply Company of Jack-
body, and then with an alleged threat, and stopped to pick it up.
sonville. It Is a matter of the Install-
with the one member of the party struck a Creme swerved his car and fell deadas
"Bayer" and Insist! Victor Vilcherz charged ment payment plan. Hutchinson Is
then missed the girl by a
match. Believing an attempt was the machine
Ford escaped
stealing of two cars, said to have lapsed In his payments.
from the second-story window of the Legal procedure passed the buck to to be made to burn him alive, Durham foot. The car crashed into a tree and

t uU i detective office at police headquartersat Constable Osteen, whose task it was suddenly struck the man with the stopped.
I lighted match a severe blow in the
Tampa. Two detectives were ex- to serve a writ of replevin, and to STARKE i
mouth. This! had the effect of disconcerting KLAN UAVS GERMAN IN SCHOOL
the office when they
:amining him in serve it when the log was not in use.
'left him for a few minutes for a private !- The constable perforce, became stra- his captors and gave Durhama '17
1 : conversation, locking the door after chance to secrete himself, as he ran Declare Teaching Language U a r
tegical. There sounded the
a rap on
' from them. Plot of Defeated Nation SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE
them. It was then that the prisoner door of Hutchinson's room one morn-
Q climbed from the window to the lie reached the railroad shops at an i' -
,'- his ing at daybreak. Mrs. Hutchinson ad- early morning hour and told the story. The Ku Klux Klan at I'atterson, N.a (In effect APril 30, 1022)). 4
and made
> ground escape. mitted him when he stated he
\ was an Tracing the road he described, railroad J., has made a protest against the an- SouthboundNo.
\ II officer of the law. He further explained special agents and deputies found his nouncement that the German language 1 reaches Starke at 11:40 p. m.
I'; Unlras you see the name "Bayer"" on That lawlessness the form of that he must see Hutchinson personally the No. 3 10:03: '
in city'sschools
.....ka/e or tablet not get- discarded clothing, a lot of cans and will be taught a. m. ( ,
'J / on are
you outrages, beating up of and made his way to the bed- term. The No. 21 Cedar Key Train, 4:08 m.No. .
i ti g the genuine Buyer. product prescribed dynamiting (feathers and other articles. during the coming p.
? by physician over twenty-two men, violation of the prohibition laws room: The leg lay under the bed. (I Durham, a man of 45 yeara, came resumption of the language Is a plot 15, Limited, 2:15 p. m. ,
J"'an"" nj proved sate by millions for and other forma of disorder-must Osteen came from the house with it from Montgomery to work in the I.. of a defeated nation to regain her NorthboundNo.

CoM. Hradacho cease in Duval county was the sentiment !- under his,arm. & N. shops. He is in the hospital tonight place In the world, says a letter to 2 arrives Starks 5:19: a. m. r'

" Toothache Earache Lumbago 1 Khcunmti expressed by speakers Wednes- in a serious condition. In case the board of education, signed by the No. 4 at 4:03: p. m. .

), 'I Neuralgia Pain, I'aia day afternoon when the law and order No Worm in a Healthy Child the identity of the assailants is established klan. No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47: a. a. 1
children troubled with Worm. .
Accept only "Bayer" package. which enforcement committee held a public hlth"colur. which Indkaua poor blood h l.v and*o.un.. an order will be sought from "Resumption of the subject is an No. 16, Limited, 5:55) p. m. ,
oataina proper direction.. Handy hoses mass meeting in the city hall. Assembly rain the,.la more or I I.... atomach
k of twelve tablets milt few cent Drug- of a committee of one hundred July GROVE'S" for two TASTELESS or th..:* week CHILL wli'TONIC mulch given the Mood r.iu-, for the Injunction lately Issued. There in the United States" the let No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. .... I .. .
I ffwU also sell.| bottle of 24 and la). or more citizens to work with'of- the aDd Is making big No. arrives Starke 3:15 1
iraprnv digestion sass age o TatSf rm bralasTofileto I was no way of determining whether or ter says: "Germany a 104 p. m.
", "Aspirin In the trade mark of Bayer enforcement will be 'un- the whole.niera. Nalur will".... N.Ts .
ficers In law
Manufacture of MonoaceticoclJeuter of I not the assailants were former em effort to fain a place of commercial- T. J. GRIFFIN,
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,: l1IC.Nn MRS. YOUNG MOVE TO TWO BRIDGE: BLOWING; AND I State Prohibition Enforcement Officer 'CmCDI1' JUDGES RECOMMENDIM :
f Bradford County Telegraph
i FLORIDAMr. TRAIN' WICE'KI'IIBTTEI'TS:' : \ l A. L. Allen, of Tampa, testified IT PORT 'II 1 I

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I + I Published weeklyand" entered as and Mrs\ !!: Harry Young and son, Atlantic Count Line Train For Tampa>>: confining his testimony to a statementthat Conference Held

I: Theodore, 181 Elgin avenue, who have Narrowly Escapes: Dimmter Gay was a bona fide federal officer. Call of \'('
I second class matter, at the post
spent the) past eight: years In Forest While a newspaper man was in

cc }. -. -_office. at Starke, Florida.... .. Park, coming here from Decatur, Jacksonville!, Sept 6-Two dynamite the room with the jury, one of its Tallahassee, '

:Mich., huve sold their spacious home explosions on tracks of the Atlantic members remarked: "Allen can't tell judges of the state
1 .::. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner
II of the aforementioned address and Coast Line within twenty-four hours, us much, but we can tell him what we upon call of the l

leave the early part of next week for the latest an attempt to blow up a think of sending school boys out with late this afternoon
.I I .Uirke, Fla., where they have pur- railroad bridge less than a minute be- /guns; boys with immature judgment strenuous work 1

I cFitstd i\\ home. fore the' scheduled arrival of a passenger and who do not know how to make an tical results of
The government official who doubted '
The departure of the Youngs is exceedingly train, were added to yesterdayand arrest." the most vital of :
> that hud to enact
) congress courage regrettable. Mrs. Young last night's local record of disorder It was learned this evening that Director adopted by the
4', the legislation demanded President!
Ijy has. been actively identified with club and lawlessness.Saw Allen plans to seek to have the to a proposed
r'' Harding, for the protection of public
life here and made her presence felt the Flash case transferred to the federal court;, statute referring)
interests from industrial disturbances
\ in no small degree. Of charming per- The last attempt, last night at 10:15: taking it out of the jurisdiction of local of judges and; a

I seems to have another guess coming. sonality, a clear thinker! gifted with o'clock, was an effort to wreck the authorities. the method of
President delivered his
_ p Harding message vision, she has done much to promote night-bound Tampa train, carryingseven jury box.Briefly.
dy to Friday Aug. 18
'tR congress on II
the general welfare of, the community. passenger cars and Pullmans. WELL: KNOWN FARMER\ SHOT
and on Wednesday, Aug. 23: the house stated, '
I Intensely interested always in the This occurred when a heavy charge of ANI KILLED FROM AMBUSH
by a vote of 219 to 55 r passed the ad. to disqualification !
f t a ministration bill for national coal welfare! of tho schools, and active in dynamite was set off on a small rail- I I amended so as to EV
the Neighborhood club, of"which organization road bridge; a half mile south of the Neighbor Held in Jail an One of the determine
i commission. In the meantime, house Judge to
I committees had given consideration she is'at present the secretary Edgewood avenue crossing, in the Accomplices in Farmer's Death facts set forth in

,i her absence will be felt by Murray Hill section. -
to several other administration
measures .
these who were associated her The train engineer saw the flash Lakeland), Sept. 4.--James L. Batten -
with mines then he
while tho senate though discuss ,
and who learned to look to her for and heard the explosion as his en. 40, well known farmer living be- I
ther but another
ing the bonus bill stood prepared to ,
counsel. She to the gine crossed Edgewood avenue. He tween Auburndale and Lakeland, was
I parentteacher
gave -
accept from the house and rush to final I ignated, as now
stopped the train and the crew went shot from ambush and apparently instantly -
pannage such measures as it might i association, as its president! one of he determines that !I
Its most serviceable forward to investigate, discovering killed, while returning to his
send oVer. There seemed to be no years. j in the affidavit '
bridge undamaged. The train home this morning. Oscar Creel, livIng ,
W the
question of courage in either branch While Mr.\ Young has not been so disqualify him,
then proceeded slowly across the lit-I in the same neighborhood: was I
identified with work ,
of congress actively public with the case.
/ tie trestle Chief Deputy Sheriff held in jail tonight as one of the accomplices -
he has always been in with I I ,
I But it was not President I1ardin 's It would aso be '
I wards hurried to the scene and, reported jn Batten's death _
message alone that stirred to Mrs. Young's activities, and was ever ( '
congress the discovery of several clues, The farmer ]left his home early this assigned: judge '
action and action wa's not hastened so ready to do his part when called upon. determine whether ,
which may lead to arrests. morning for Lakeland market some j I
much by the presentation of measures His business interests, while not local out in the affidavit
The explosive was set off on the beef. lie was accompanied by Oscar I
.. already prepared 1 it by were many and varied. t II I :
as was! i that the presiding :
rl.ali'j track about; fifteen feet nortn ot the I Driggers. Driggers: left him on his
t zatlon that the administration Miss Viola Young, a grown daughter '
fled the
bridge. The only damage was a shut I arrival here and Batten started home
f, I was backed by public opinion. Both will not accoinpany' her parents to try the case. If :
t I the force of
tered cross tie, though alone.
vi senators and representatives! had been ] South but will move to Chicago; where he shall : ; i
the blast rocked houses in that section His body was found dangling! from trary, so
hearing from their constituents and she has employment. Theodore, the I
T the
and shook windowpanes more than a the wagon in which he rode by Mrs.S. tire, whereupon
i from the and | ten-year-old son, will accompany his :
k press, were fully convinced I judge would proceed
half mile away. The explosion was B. Thomas, on whose farm he lives.
1 { of the necessity!! of ]legislation parents to Florida.-Chicago Paper.Mr. I which the
heard in the .downtown section. The mule"bitched to tha-wagon had I
that would five the government tho and Mrs. Young and their son
been flied.I .
tiI j Near lluttox the lifeless
Outrage; apparently brought body a I .
will be cordially welcomed to Starke.
information and the authority it needed
;, Tuesday morning at 4:30: o'clock, distance of two miles. When found I I Such ,
Our citizens to (
for such protective are always pleased ,
measures ns
dynamiters attempted to blow up an by Mrs.\ Thomas the mule had drawnup the permitted to be )
become Both branch- have such good people cast their lot I I I : ,
/ i I Atlantic Coast Line trestle of the Batten one judge in any
.I t over De'pCreek. to the front gate ,
with Mr. has :
es congress realized, that the us. Young purchasedthe / t
I president | near_ Mattox, twenty miles home, and was standing patiently. Of- With reference
J. O. residence, South
{ was right when he said that the. llaynes! on
southwest of the city. The charge wasplaced I! flcial investigation, however, revealed ommended, in
street and the family will it
"transportation must not be. Interruptvd ] occupy asa
at the south end of the trestle the probable place of ambush to be be created and : ]
and the right to work mu'st be home
sua- ; and fuiled'to damage the structure to two miles distant. At this spot the county in the state

tamed," and Haw that if they lid. not'support the extent of hindering traffic. underbrush had been cut away and l officials j!I composed of two ,
the administration the peo-t J FINANCE COMMITTEES: : : OF THE ,
According to evidence discovered by believed the murder had been pointed by the
plo would demand the WOMAN'S: CLUB i
q reason why.-, Chief Deputy Sheriff Edwards. the dynamiters -I planned several days ago. Two exploded ], it would be to
: ,
,,' Exchange. first attempted to plant the shot gun shells of the same j' exercised by the
The finance committees of the wom- I i l
charge midway the structure, and in calibre of gunshot found in Batten's ers in the
an's Club
y ore ns follows: I
\ METHODISTThere \ I this effort bored a hole in one of the body were found.Driggers which jurors arc
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, chairman; Mes- I
dames O. L. Beaslcy, Frank Hoover, main sills. It is believed the fact that : told the police.that he and j jBatten I the duty of these

was a new interest shown at the wood was wet caused them to hud talked of men being! !hot! lect from the male
.1. H. Hitch N. T. Ritch E. M. Johns
Sunday !school last Sunday. We have abandon this plan.Bloodhounds ambush they passed the spot
from as to jurors
serve as
I ]F. A. Scott, E. S. Matthews, A. Price,
been looking for September to come. which'were sent imi from which Batten was later killed. I not less than 290
I O. L. Geo. C. White M. L.
Haynes, ,
It is here and I'm sure we shall nee i mediately to the scene picked up a Creel was arrested following a cor persons, properly
Smith, F. H. Long, R. A.Vt'.ks, C. : : :
new interest manifested. Who can go : trail which led them about a half mile oner's jury investigation into Button'sdeath | dition to the !
M. Bell T. C. Morris
W. W. Colson,
to the "Jacksonville Sunday School. from the trestle where the scent was lie had made threats againstthe I shall bet such
W. f}. Stringfellow! Misses Carrie U >
.I low' and Olive Ray., lost., It is the belief of officers that man, according to the officials, because or have good reason :

you can go, l i the dynamiters entered an automobile Batten had acted us informer approved integrity! ,
!Mrs. Jones chairman
DeWitt C. ,
]let Mr. Davis or the pastor know. at that point and ]left the scene. hiners in the neighbor-
: Mcsdnmes A. M. Darby) J. !It!. Mitchell against moon ,\ sound judgment: and :
1' i We had two good services last Sunday I hood. Other arrests will be made, tonight ( I: which list shall be Telegraph.'I
T. N. A. .
Lt 1' Limbaugh, W. Anderson,
and, had good attendance at both. I authorities said. I and
ORLANDO PROIII AGENT: HELl>)> or tomorrow, I commissioners!
J. L. Peek T. J. Griffin, G. W. '
In the evening we were glad, to see! so i, I:. K. Perryman, Ed Burns, 'I ON A CHARGE OF MURDERUaimi Batten has three children living ati,| livered to and filed

t I many of our Baptist brethren with us. : I II I St. Petersburg, and is also survivedby by him recorded in
1 N. B. Hull, G. M. Sistrunk, C. L. Pc.wk, I I
4 t r Come again. The singing' was fine. W. K. Davis J. T. Quigley, L. G. PoT- He Shut Alleged/ Bootlegger/ i I his father and five children and fire\ court. .

'r'" We were fortunate in the fact that : in Self Defense, brothers. The father lives at Brooks- Other
,4 ell
; Emily Philips! Misses HildaStruth
< Mr.' King was hero and, led the singing! I ville. following: To ('
Isabel Bullen, Amelia Ray. I !
4 for us. Orlando, Sept 5.-Lloyd J. Gay, 22 Florida in criminal '
v I !Mrs. E. E. Cartova, chairman; Mesdames i
The pastor will preach both morning P. K.: Canov'a, W. C. Powell( year old prohibition enforcement officer MASONIC: LODGE; PLANS BAND>> dictment,

and evening next Sunday. W" O. J. Griffin, C: A. Futch, (F. F. Stump, who shot and killed Harry Civc quashed, set aside''

shall have for our subject in the morning S. R. Johns, W. L. Wall, J. M. Alvarez; 'ns,10:!(), during: a raid in this city ]lust, A movement for a bank for Starkeis tained, to take (

r, :. "Christ Gives Us a Picture of J. W. Morgan, J. F. Kickliter, J. M. night, was held on a charge of second being undertaken by the local lodgeof thirty days from

k Those in Heaven," and in the evening Brownlee, F. L. Turner, Grace Ford, degree murder this afternoon by a !Masons. 'Individual attempts to I court.

.f the subject will be, "From Hog Pen A. P. Hoffman; G. M. Inman, Nello coroner's jury. J. E. Bledsoe, 22, who organize a band here have never! been To eliminate the

+ to Palace" II Hughes, Misses\ Mabel Well r, Etta was with Gay in the capacity of a dep- successful, but the organization believes defendant offering

iiiri The Leaguers have also", made a new Tyson, Klniu Rohinctte. uty at the time of the killing, was a band can be successfully be entitled to the

start. Last week the pastor threw Mrs ,S. L. Peek, I'hairmanIcs.; held as accessory; before the fact. T.I instituted through the backing of its ment before the jury

t 'y'. out the challenge, "Where lire.the I I J. Ryals! a third mnn who accompanied members. I would have the '

Leaguers?" and l they are going to Davis Gay, was released. Another feature of this newest attempt and closing in all : :

show him that they will be at their IMuldleton, W. J. Epperson, John Ug- Gay said he met Givens early last is that instruments. will be. The enactment of

post of duty.BAPTIST. I low, E. L. Biggs, J. C. Robinson!! N. evening and arranged, to buy a quart long to the order, the lodge buying the j mit courts to Impose '
of to meet him I II for the of those
liquor, agreeing near instruments use members tences in all
Sternberg, A. S. Crews, J. F. Colley, / l
t CfiuRCH NOTES: J. J. Bullen, Lorenzo D. Creels, T. A. I Bola Park, where the shooting took making-up the band. I capital.! To provide .

Brinson, Misses Marguerite Shriver, place He reiterated his former state For the purchase of the necessary I Florida, in all

+' The Sunday school-attendance keeps Ctissie White, Kate Struth, Alleen\ I ment that when he received the liquor instruments subscriptions will be accepted !; there are several '

e up well, and Interest is: good. 103 pupils Alvarez, Evelyn Colson. he told Givens: "You have sold whiskey -I from the Masons of Starke and I the same number of : '

present last Sunday. The teachers I to a federal officer." With an oath Bradford county. As the band, will lenges as is given .

and shouting "I'll kill one of I of benefit to Starke, That it I is the
also have been faithful for the U. 1 D. C. ENTERTAINED: : IIIE: every prove great : our ):

summer months. The Bible .school was D.VMES: BKOWNI.EE you," Gay said Givens jumped from business", men will be called upon to Judges that in the

I especially good in its song.. service, his: car and grabbed a revolver tram assist in the movement. civil 'and criminal, a 1

with L. L. King as leader. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and !Mrs. J. M.Brownlee Bledsoe's pocket."I shall prevail, that is
meant to kill him," he said NEGRO; BOXER DEAD AS A RESULT -
In the absence of the pastor, Kev. charmingly, entertained, l ''the never capital cases or (

r L. W. Klckltter filled thu pulpit in tho W. T. Weeks: Chapter U. D. C., on "I fired In self defense. I helieve OF A BOUT MONDAY: i a jury of twelve, i

forenoon und preached n forceful and Wednesday afternoon, at their beau that one man's lift is worth more ttrnji I I fit-lent to find the II

helpful sermon to a large and l attentive tiful country home all the prohibition enforcement in the I Roscommon, Mich., Sept. 5.-Investigation I other cases five

congregation.; If one leaves the !Mrs L. G. Powell presided;, over: the country." was under way today of the The amendment
The agent his as boxing bout in which Sam Johnson,
congregation tcl which Rev. Kickliterhas meeting, and Mrs. 'V. J. Epperson young gave age I to permit the ,

preached, without wishing to livea acted as secretary. It was decided tA '22: adding that he had been a federal I 26, negro lightweight of Stittsville, held under a "

better life, they have evidently not I entertain the veterans of J. J. Dicki- agent' "about five months. Later, he !I and the champion A. E. F. boxer of his county jail of one !

: listened to the sermon non Camp on Marianna Day, which is was asked to produce his credentials, I class, was killed. ty Jail of another,
I !
which showed that he entered the prohibition Johnson boxing with Dummy
The evening services werecalled In the 27th of this month. The chapterwill was ion of the governor

r that he Baptist congregation might serve dinner at he courthouse and service late in June. GUY1saloi I.I Maxson, of Brooklyn, yesterday and judge and the

u visit and worship with churches of everything will be done to give the he was a salesman for a soft in the eighth round of a scheduled llT- sence of the circuit '

I other denominations. There will be veterans ,f pleasant day. drink concern in Tampa before his rcund fight he grasped the ropes and ty judge and the

1 services next Sirndny' At the usual The names ()f Mrs. Paul E. Canova appointment to the state prohibitionforces. then fell to the floor, dead. Blows to of the state demand

L hours and Mrs. O. ... Beasley were presented In reply to a question asked the stomach and to the heart, according Before

a for membership, and the chapter 4>y State Attorney Jones, as to wetherQUedsoe ,; to physicians, caused the death ofthe was adopted '
and Ryals were also in boxer.
CREWS-WAKKEN unanimously voted to receive them. preciation of the
federal) service Gay said he was the
for his
During the social half hour the hostess nor many :

Miss Ida Warren, of Starke, and served a dainty salad course, beIng only agent; that he brought Bledsoe PRESBYTERIANThere preme court for

Mr. Leaston G. Crews, of Miami, were assisted by. little Martha Brown and Ryals to Orlando _with him and supreme court \

quietly married August 30th, in Mi lee, Misses Doris Scott, and Elizabeth that he deputized Bledsoe yesterday are services at the Presbyterian G. T. Whitfield, '
j ami. Brownlee, Mrs. W. L. Wall. afternoon. church every Sunday. court, for his

Miss Warren has always lived here The October meeting will be held Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching Ing to the comfort

and has many friends who will be interested with Mrs. J. :M. Mitchell. A TONIC at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ing their conference.

to know of her marriage. Mr. Orovo's Tasteless chill Tonic restores Subject next Sunday, "One Sweet The.

.. Crews'is also well known here, beinga I NOTICE OF hMIMSTRTOIV8 FINAL Energy and Vitality by Purifying and Old Chapter.." be made in the form

nephew! of lion. A. S, Crews They Court of County I mlaxaacEIn >>I Jude Bradford Coun Enriching the Blood. When you feel its A cordial invitation to all. governor and a '

ty. 8tl of Florida.In .trentjtlientnft.invigorating effect see howit
left Thursday for a motor trip along r. mtata of Mr". Julia Wainriiiht. do.Notice the attorney general / '
the East Const, but are now at homo ........1. brings color to the cheeks and how Alachua-Thirty-four boys attended under the

; to their friends in Miami, 12th street, that I. horvby on tha irivvn 7th to day all of whom Novembvr It mayconcern It Improves the appetite, you v.lil then the annual club camp and received: tions of circuit '

{ A, I D. 1922.! I .... Its tonic value.Grove's .
: hall apply the amnmblea. appreciate true instructions as well as four days of
f Manors. Their numerous friends wish A. Green, jtiditv of Bald court, of to the legislature.
J Jude
them long and happy married life. .."....... for my Anal cll.rhnnro. ... ailmiMatrator I.I Tasteless chill Tonlo is simply recreation. The value of complete Organization The
of the ..i.u of M.... Jnlla Walnrluht.7i.a Iron and Quinine suspended yrup. So
.' .. was clearly demonstratedat
derstood be
<1. amt that at the um time I ,
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drAWs Thsteleaa dIM Marla p. my .unltO aa .Imlal.t..to.of the with about hundred
camp, one the in
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t add .t. and auk for their approval. needs QUININE; to Purify It and IRON to
A res ian vitality and merge by parUyfad end .,:J, Dated Si'ptvmbvr e. A. D. l 22.ArimlnUtrator I Enrich it. Destroys Malarial! germ and boys, girls and leaders to be fed and next legislature./:

rhhlad. .tlla i blood. You can: MOO foal lu Saeoatavf.'aevltatatla4Labcy.rlc.eM of th JA.\oI.. E.olate F. KICKLrrER.of Mrs Julia dip germs by Us Strengthening Invlgor' cared for, everything went ''off on a !: !

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I Boree's Lumber Yard, on Cherry John Powell made a business. trip TKLEfiRAPH'S IIOMOK: ROM.!

I street, is headquarters for sash, doors, to Jacksonville Tuesday.

I lath, cement and roofing, \\'c11/18 nil Names" of Those Who Paid Subscription If

Bits of LocalInformation dill I I other builders' supplies., {9-8-tf J. T. Quigley| was in Orlando Wednesday \)lIrinllIII1'II..t rENT-A-WORD

on a business trip.

fill I I I., .J. Wynn' of Hampton, has been W. S. Futch, W. G. Hall, J. J, ZOIK- ft.

lYp ipmunted a member of tho county Mrs. W.; I. Polk, of Arcadia, i is the kr, E. M. Ilnyes( T. L. Willis, L. L. .

+ 'hboard\ to take the pure of Dr. guest of Mrs. (). L. Beaaley.", Leach, U. 1>, Miner.1.[ O. Turner I. ... '

j7 ... O.I ?..l., 2.4M. Mar i i h.. T Campbell, who has moved 'toWolnkn. A. Reynolds Consumers Lumber Co? WANTEDWANTED I

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Your choice of any suit in the
f i Brown, It. W. Mosc-lov, Hurvi'v I -Ni' crop corn. Will pay r..
house, $15.00:>> () at Sternherff's.Powell .
.... L. J i A curd! from Dr. J. J. Bullen jn1 White, Mrs. Hen Johns I.T) Johnson \ market price. Starke Poultry Farm \

''forms us that ho spent Sunday in R. D. Strickland, J. E.: Futch. M. 91StAGENTS
Thambrays lOc a yard. Stern1btrs's. Your choice of any men'sstraw and! Powell have sent olf a i .
i Washington!: D. C. and that he and G. Grinis, W. R. Hodge, A. E. McKinney -
hats, J)8c, at Sternbcrs'sMiss carload of rosin and spirits this wt'.k.lIarol,1 WAN'l'E-\fNI! or women.No .
Mrs. Bullen are well and lire enjoying J. A, J. McKinney, II. D. !May, experience( required Sell the lat ti"" ,

Mrs, A. P. Hoffman spent Monday Elizabeth Brownlee will leave< their vacation in'' Pr. J. J, nullen, L. C. Wilson, W. N. est novelty, "Phan-o-brush" The
C. Wall Tuesday
spent LaDue, J. F. Colley Robt. O. Crosby,
real dirt chaser for records. "
lacksonville. I i tomorrow for DeLand where she will Sampleand i
Palntka, a guest at the home of Judge!: M.\ Levlton M..T. Green: H. C. Richard
attend school the comin!:' term. :Miss Laura Wynn hits returned wholesale prices, 2r.e. Martin'sService + I't
and Mrs. A. V. Long. r
Miss Hilda ,Struth spent Tuesday I i I 11 home from Gainesville, where she !Mrs L. J. Crews, R. C. Heiberger, C. Box 115, Harney Station, f'' I

Incksonville.ir I P. A. Crosby, the genial\ Brooker went on a visit to her father, N. D. H. Hi-iherger, I). Durban, 1\[, A. Warren Omaha, Nebr. 8-18-lt. \\' {
Harold C. Wall left Wednesday! / afternoon ,
C. II. Jordan, Mrs Nettie ,
and has resumed her studies
Wynn, -
merchant, was shaking hands! with his: R'fJ
Middleton "fat for a trip to Hendersonvillo :Sears:;: C. O. 'Sullivan, C. A. flirt, Susie FOR SALK\ :
: W. E. went to At- : many friends! in Starke Monday the B. It. S. ,
and Waynesville, N. C. Dell, T. A. Andrews, T. B. Pinholster,
: ,un, Ga., Tuesday. ,I
I P. A. Jalinnaon G. W. Uaisden. FOR SALE--Delicious) [ Japanese I persimmorin. t' 'i
i I Lee Burrows employed at the Sea- :Mrs. Ervina Reynolds, accompanied Mrs. Katie Brown and children, of
[) D. Wasdin, of Graham, had buss Elizabeth Johns Drive by and get them. ::1
board shops in Jacksonville, spent by her mother, Mrs. here with Mrs. Brown's ( ,i ineck's
-. in Starke Tuesday. : Monday in Starke with relatives. I left Saturday for Raleigh, N. C., Eustis, are FROM THE PRETTIESI' Gild Corner Lafayette and! Adams At!
mother"' lIfr!!. F. C. Halslop. I bungalow. It* j
I where Mrs. Johns will spend two -
Mrs. A.' S. Crews spent Thursdayth ( Last week the Telegraph! printed u '
Miss! Cassie White returned home months with her daughter .
: )FOR SALE -Good! cow and 6 month
Stokes of Jacksonville
Mrs. M. A. :
friends in Jacksonville. picture of ed Itrantloy, of
Monday after spending two monthsin I
/ has returned! home after visiting\' her dike Wales adjudge\ In the Tampa: old e'alf. A bargain, giving 5 quarts(
the mountains of North Carolina.Everwear C. A. Futch city clerk and treasurer ,
I f milk now. N. B. Hull. tt
daughter, :Mrs. T. C. Morris. Times: beauty content to be tho prettiest .
:Men's good quality, jjojf and clerk for the town and county
at $1.75.:>> Sternberg's. hose for and girl in Florida: and 1 we- sent ncopy
: I men bond trustees, has had trouble with FOR SALE-Good horse, bUA'ItY11111 '
\ Mrs. J. H. Colaon and daughter, to this distinguished Indy. I Sand
in-- 25c; at SternborK's.Mr. young .
women, up his right eye of late and has been confinod wagon; also /good! Jersey milch cow
Cornelia of Gainesville\ motored here She acknowledges Its reception InI I
Brownlee last''k ,
Miss spent )
to his room part of tho time. calf, and It& head! of hogs. II.G. ,
I in Ocala visiting! relatives. i i, and Mrs. Geo. A. Anderson, olLawtey I and spent the lay last t'riduy. neat littlo letter thus! : I II :. Mot, Starke. tI-S-2t.) y y

spent the weekend with her : I I I Editor Tl.I(' rnph- rooohed a copy :'
At R. R. Crosby's meat market, opposite -
\, M. Darby has had his residence parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Ford Garage, the best steak Telfair Long left Saturday morning of the Telp,Tnih. F'1' .hy and, 'I wish to ''I' FOR \T.E-ur( Walnut street est-: \E'

Thompson street reshingled. : I chuck for Chicago/ where ho will enter thank you for it. I dente! at a I bargain, if sold nt once. a +
sells at only 20 cents a pound,
I Armor's School of 'Technology.Mrs. Write, Jay S. Urown, Plant City, 4' laF'la.
steak at 121.2 cents, stew at 10 cents. It has never been my privilege to I I
I I' .(d Thomas, of Clay county, was I am prepared to lay sidewalks andfloors : Satisfaction guaranteed, Phone 28.8253t : visit your section of Florida, but I am i I 8-18-8t-10-n

"< Saturday attending to business.X of concrete. I have sand and; Jay Alderman, of Jacksonville!! well acquainted with tho Tomlliwons !i---

__ I I cement by the carloads I). Boree. I ('lIl11eVedl1l'IIday to visit at the homeof nod the, ( Laws, of Lnke'nh'lI, who FOR fo1A U'; ;About 10 berry refrigerators
II. Schilke has returned home nf- II I sixty-four quart.} Dirt
9-8-tf. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman.Mrs. I
I will
Prof. S. S. nowlingand family formerly resided! in Starke. I hope(
pcndin several weeks in Orlan- I dl'a'p for rash Urown & Son, Plant ,,1
1 occupy Mrs. C. W. Liddon's cottageon 1 thnt I may Hume time visit, Rrailford, (.itI"ln. '
I Mrs. T. J. Deklo and family have North Walnut street Mrs. Dowl- O. L. Haynes and little daughters / county and the olVU'e\ of t the Telegraph! _- 8-18-8t-lO-0! r

moved here; from Lake Butler hnd art ing and little daughter, Nettie, are Sara Hopo and Georgia, returned Sincerely\ i FOR !SALEOne .slightly used No. 4I.

Mrs Mary Wynn, of Jacksonvil'l'\ 'l''l''I.itinrc occupying a cottage: on South Walnut expected to arrive tomorrow from home Sunday from Fairburn, Ga. MILDRED: BRANTLEY.Ml H. 4' riding cultivator, cheap. MYr
her J. .
street. Tallahassee. I Am discontinuing/ trucking J. H,
OTer. left for Dublin, \
Williams, Sim'lie. 8-25-tf!
Carr Colley, who is employed( by Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Eaibour and little Ga., Tuesday, where she was called, A F

((1 O. Brown, of Jacksonville is Dozier & Gay, of Jacksonville, spent daughters, Mary Anglo and) Lorraine on account of the severe illness nf her ILL I FOR /SALK-lftO; : acre farm, also a
the week here with his! fam.1 house and lot In Starke the .
tiding Sunday with his mother, Mrs! W. A. uncle )I properly
after -
and Mrs. Angie Stcrnburg,
A. K. Moitt
Sunday afternoon was .
Colley. of thc, state of R. It. Wynn Apply j
spending several weeks here visiting
a member of automobile,' t1lrtyCII- to I. A. I,. Starke
I' home I'olTcc two I> or Wynn, ,
friends, returned to their I.lltgeU's Opcko )
from Stnrko to Hamilton to visit
Hiss Adeha Doan, of Waldo Xileen, was a Mrs. G. C. Sweat hnd as recent in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon, go- pounds: for :51c>> on the Itexiill Ic lug relatives!: While at the latter plnce! I I'ln. 91It '
.ek-end guest of Miss! Alva- her niece, Mrs. W. G. Lee, of 1 tlh
guests! sale at Mitchell's.' Sept. \
inn by auto. he was seined with an illness that FOR SALK: ('IIIIAi'-Dukck: Six in
z I Baldwin and Mrs. R. II Newman, of I
15th and Kith.
made his friends believe that he hud No. ] condition, with second net of '
Waldo. An antignon vine, growing\ in G. !M. tires tires. A.
are practically new
i Buffered n second( stroke" of paralysis, ; .
i ol. D. E. Knight was on profes-
Siwtrunk's front yard, has climbed onto Misses Eva Powell and Nellie and those of his children, not living In A. Wnin wright, Route 1, Starke. lt91If. +
anal business in Lake Butler Mon"'l' Allan Canova, of Jacksonville- the electric light wires and now extends Stearns returned Thursday from" C... y'
Starke wl'revlrC',1 the sad news
a..+ rived Wednesday to spend a week have been visiting 11'1 .
y I half way across Call street. Its coa, where they ,
: Jonew' ambulance procured
with his parents, Mr. and :Mrs E. E. I racemes of pink (flowers gracefully Mrs. T. G. Carter. C. was / FOR I SAP.E' -A' practically1new piano.

J. M. Mitchell left Monday to spend Canovn. j hanging from the wires makes it an Mr. Moitt was brought home. I Will sell ehoiip.\ A. A. Wainwriirht,

Jcral days in Jacksonville and Lake I'I object of beauty. I II Mrs. J. P. Robinson and, granddaughter Dr. Middle-ton wall called, and after Route J, Stnrke. !0-1-tf

.t. Mrs R. A. Weeks and daughter,, Edna Mills, of Jacksonville, diagnosing/ ) / the case* he found. that the I I -

S Via>tdnin, went from Kingsley Lake I I Messrs. J. M. anti .I. J. Trilby and are vlsting at tho home of Sir. and trouble was not paralysis, and! after I I OK ItKN: ;j[

her building materials of all kinds Saturday and spent the day in .Jack I Alias 11abtVelC'r\ \ returned home on Mrs. J. C. Robinson faithful attendance, and nursing tho FOR RENT Two furnished flats of

.ri"u to Boree's Lumber Yard on Cherry sonville.Dr. [ Saturday from a visit with relativesin i patient ia constantly improving. I 4 rooms each. D. Knight:. Starke "
9-8-tf. Mrs. Evil Tyson and, ll'IIHrH.VIII.! .
'rec>t. North Carolina, Pennsylvania and T. N. Llmhaiigh a ml family, F. A. 8-25-t! | ,

W. E. Middleton has purchased t Nsw York. The trip wn made, by S'ottlnd family have returned, home und Orvillo Moilt, of Jacksonville, _

Miss Maggie Dekle spent several the Raj born) residence on Thompson j I Ford car and WAil without accident from Kingsley lake, wlu-re they have i came 16 tho I bedside, of their father im !PERSONAL':
last week with relatives in'Lake family months. soon us pOIl iblt.. ('hm<. Moitt: of
lays street, and last week moved his I and verjpleasant.. I spent, the past! two PILES); constipation. ulceration, flstuIn -
Butler. Dm'bin, is ill with dengue/ t'l'vt'rlnd
i ItaHurcH, Meed.ni, !: It'hinur/! (,>.1 4
of could not come, Mr Moltt's many
I week the ventilation system
; This
S. 11. Johns has already ginned a lit home. Write for free trial painless .
Mrs. C. M. Bell and daughter, Miss Mrs. S. H. Butch and sons, Landisand {I good many bales of cotton. The fleecy the Presbyterian church is being improved friends. hope\ for his speedy recovery. ,pile combination. S. 'rllrn<,y, (

Marlone, have been to Cedar Keys on Lumis, of Ocala, have been visitIng (staple comes to him from Bradford, so it will be intuit' cooler. during --- Auburn, Ala. 8-18-5t S

visit. at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. II. L. 1: Union, Clay Alachua and Putnam the hours of service SEEn CORN) COW I'ELty, VKI.VET: -- I (

Brownlee. I counties. Honorable dealings* in the .. HKANS: MILLET, GRASS: SKKI; u. I LOSTSTRAYI'D
Jab Lewis, .. ... ,
Shriver and son,
Mrs. who Contractor ({non walks about with I SORGHUM -- --
I remembered by those
.f ErooCer: spent Friday here with Mr. Burkhart, of Jacksonville, wn past have cotton are to sell or gin. his left arm in n sling. The other dray For immediate shipment. All HCIIHOII-/ : -I have taken up 2 hag. i
I murke-d smooth/ hole in oriear ,
riends.! here last week Investigating! this section I he fell from a l'aff\rlal1,1\ dislocated ohio Field and Vegetable Seeds Write
and uridi'rbit split, in the othar.I .
with a view of establishing a canning I The Woman's Club are pleased! to his shoulder. He Is slowly Improv for Price: Lint and Catalogue.: Our for
'I have them
and I Owner cnn by paying
Ginghams; homespuns factory. ing. b.'nlltifulild! instructive catalogue! is
( welcome the folllwlnnew! members: *
I It
T. McKver;
!shirtings, I5c:) a yard at Stern- j I Mesdames; C. M. Bell, Ed Bell, W. W. ,- .. ----- --- -, free and, fives valuable, information on care. W. M

berg's.A Mrs. L. G. Powell and little son, L. Colon, T. C. Morris, A. P. Hoffman, Rev. and Mrs. W. E.: Paughcrtv and 1 I farming and! gardening for Florida STRAYED: Oil STOLEN-Two black

has G. Jr., returned home Saturday from II+I Nolle Hughes, :Misses Hilda Struth, !sons! of Glonwood. ., Tenn., reached, hero I and the South; Write to 11.4 today for and one brindle cows, marked crop 5

concrete mixing 'machine !' a lengthy visit In Tillnun, S. C. and Kate Struth Aileen Alvarez, Elmu Tuesday, having mnde the trip by au Kpcrlul prices on your need require underhlr, swallow fork arid under-, f.

been bought by D. Boree and is being\ Savannah, Ga. Robinette and Evelyn Colson. tomobile. This good( family will again ments. Our complete stock will enable bit, branded" \\'. E;? with unmntkedeiilviH. l 1

Kept busy. spend 1 the winter in Starke. UK to supply you to advantage In price: I One yellow anti. one! black ".h '

; ; be-I l1i1Iona! Alderman and Louise L. L. King is here visiting friends, and quality. I cow, marked crop undvrblt, swallow'
Molls\ Knight is in Lake Butler, for Tallahassee II. A. Bishop has had his lot,, lust k,
Maines' Fernandez will\ leave Monday and will leuve last of the week for : E. A. MAInINmlw: COMPANYOldt'ttt : I fork, branded, A. 0. Reward for Information 'Ir- .
'ng one of the guest of J. E. where they; will attend! the New Orleans, where he will continue! north of the H.tptist church, plowedand and Largest Seed; louse In Ha. W M. Edwards, Starke. ,

house party. I II I ",Woman's College. his .studies, at the Baptist! Bible In- harrowed by a trlH'tor. lie intends I 202.206<> E. Hay St., Jacksonville, [,1.. It* g.
to set (lowers nn t the Icit. preparatory I 1
stitute. During the past summer Mr. .
Mrs. J. L. Jennings, of Atlanta, is Misses Florence, Elizabeth and Lei I to building u home there I '
hats been
King singing with A. C.
/isitmg her parents, Mr. and, Mrs. II. la Dea Andrews spent last week in ouar.U O- -oaot;; = rocoocra;
I ; a noted evangelist of Juckllon-
jShuler 0U
E: Lagergren. ,I Jacksonville with their grandmother,, I ville. J. II. Wentworth left Wednesdayfor I 0 ,
Emma Alvarez.Mr. Arcadia where he will make. his
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and sister! Mrs future home Mrs. Wentworth anti '

Osteen, of Brooker, were here shopping II and Mrs. Horace Wilson have I Robert Mr. and Lee Mrs., of J.St.O. Augustine Traxler and, Mrs.son, children are in Perry visiting her parents It s a Long Way ; :

Saturday. returned from the University of Florida and! will later join Mr. Wentworth II ,
I Shaw, of Pensacola: and Miss Fern '
with his in Accudia.
and :
of Orlando, has summer Hiatt, of Gainesville, motored to _
J Frank Thoman, I E. L. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs.
bought; the Steam Pressing Club from parents Starke Monday, Miss Hiatt going to During the absence of their (pastor I in i- '
I I her home in Gainesville, and the other -
Joe Walnwright.Mr. A. E. Wall has had a sidewalk laid members of the party returning to St. the Baptist people are visiting the i To a Better GARAGE Than Ours I g I

I in front of his residence on East Call otber churches in town. Last Sunday

and Mrs. A. E. Wall left Monday 1 street. Many other property owners Augustine. evening they were at he Methodist ....1

for St. Petersburg, making the should follow Mr. Wall's' example. Owing to the hot and moist weather church. Sunday evening they arc to O Efficiency in workmanship and J reasonableness 0

trip in their car. ------ this summer, cane is maturing earlier visit the Presbyterian church. in cost are what every car ).

Mrs. Sarah L. Hamritk and daughter than usual. Last week OilS Ie Cason ---------
Rembert Carrodine and Clifton Mrs. Nelle Hughes, have moved I who tends the Mack Johns place,, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith and.) chil- II owner is looking for fi I

Brown, of Lawtey, were visitors here I into their residence on the corner of brought in the first cane and sold it to dren, of Jacksonville, were guests of Those who patronize us have found
during the week. Walnut and Lafayette streets. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. (Quigley\ Tuesday,
W. M. Bryan. This week J, K. Rob-
that for which they seek. L"Now
Jr.I I while enroute to Lake City to visit q q
E. erts, who tends the_ old Huehie place
P. E. Canova and son, Paul business I Large jars of peanut butter atllitcheU's west of Starke, brought In a wagon Mrs. Smith's parents Mr. Smith Is O we are waiting for YOU to get

returned last week from a Drug Store on the load of well matured a valued employe of the Savannah "
cane. in the good work doing for
on we are
trip in West Florida. :
i Rexall Ic sale. One jar 3e. two Supply Co.

for 3fic. Sept. 14. 15, 16th. others.o .
jars Miss Inez Moitt presented the Telegraph
Rev. D. L. Phillips, of Lawtey, was Mr. and Mrs. 'G. C. Livingston and r

in town Monday on business and to with a cluster of cherries: :Miss :Margaret, left Thursday 0 f f'a''a'aa
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dowling, Misses !growing on a tree in her ;yard brought daughter, o
renew acquaintances. I Aileen and Mildred Dowling, of Jacksonville from Bermuda by. Mr. A. E. Moitt, for their home in Tampa after Sales Agent for BUICK CARS g 9I

Starke. They
time in
J. Wentworth ; spent the weok-end_ with Dr. her father. The cherries are large, spending some _
Marcus Brown and in Lake Butler l and Mrs. W. E. Middleton and fam but Instead of being round and smooth were accompanied by Miss Kate Livingston n When Better Cars are Built Buick will Build Them

attending spent to business.Monday I ily. have ridges like a munkmelon. Theyare several ,weeks.who will be their guest! for I D 0

sour, with a peculiarly pleasant

Charlie Beasley, of Jacksonville,I Fred Beck's Japan persimmon or- flavor, and should make tasty pre- Agent for KELLY TIRES
is of B. Rooney, presiding elder' 0
of his chard, on Lafayette street, one Rev. J. $ o
was here :Monday at the home i the show' places in Starke. The little serves. of'the Jacksonville district, preacheda 0

D father
R. Neff has moved his family In- ready to be gathered. : for 51 c on the Ilexall Ic ;Methodist church his subject" being .

to their recently purchased new. ) sale._ Sept. 1.J. 13; 16th. Mitch- "Individual Responsibility. While in Fireproof Garage fi
on North Wahnut'stteet. / home I Oscar Alvarez, of Jacksonville, I[ ell's Drug Store. town Rev. Rooney was entertained by

.. spent Sunday and Monday in Starke. I Rev. and Mrs. M. L. Smith.

The pecan trees in the yard of Mrs. When he returned home he was accompanied -,1666 quickly relieves Colds Con o FREEMAN REGISTER Prop. STARKE, FLA. C '

Annie G. Murrhee, take the palm this by his family who had tipatioi 1 Biliousness and Head. W. L. Douglas shoes at special 0

year for a heavy yield of nuts. been visiting relatives here. .acne*. A Fine Tonic. prices'at Sternberjc's. 8no--0=0- 'OcO0 0- -oco ..r't'Y"t


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A good layer may be described as a COLD IN THE HEAD" REPORT OF SCHOOL FINANCES ;,

.....-.....................................J.-.....................--.... hen wattles having, a prominent a soft, rich head red, comb&good and capacity Is Thoan an acute. ul>J.attack" t Ic.. tn-quenl>>C Nasal!"Catarrh,oldn HALL in t.io: !tCAl'AKUM BRADFORD COUNTY ./
of :
head" will and! ll.a tno uu
I t r, plenty of vigor, carrying a MlilJK-INi!: will build u the FOR THE PERIOD ENDING JUNE 30, 1922 '
liable to
and rendur thorn
The Bradford small quantity of fat, a soft pliable colils.system' Repeated| attacks of Acuto Catarrh COUNh'ry following report of the Juno Seth end with nU ot.the 'i''
With .
lu.ui to i.hronlf :nrrh.' for the period endlnir 1552. the balnnm and irHountBDF"KD, ,!
i. skin, and is well faded out. L'l''J'! CATAKHU: : MiU'lClNIS;:I ,Is. ouutandlnit and a statement of the wets and liabilities and the value of school nmn... .
the the nI taken imoriiulh mil acts through 192J. by the .
Cull your flock at least once a year. Blood on tho :M-wuus. mirfacca of the Dublin Instruction and tho Superintendent of Public Inatruotlon U hereby publtebtd county henl, "
Farmers fcyslein. than reds, hIM, the Inilummatlon provision ut Chapter 6813 of the Lawa 01' Florida. Aela of 1V15.ERNEST. undu 'be
k1 Ask your county or home demon- and nnulHlIni..ituru; in ruutorlnu normal AMO3 Comptroller. f
stration agent to help you, or write condition!.. (Received In Comptroller's office August' 14, 1922.) 'I
All L>ruHl, 18t., Circulars fre..
X..._.................................................,-., ,,t-tart-r-i-T**..*....***..******>* the College,: of Agriculture, Gainesville F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo, Ohio. General School Fund "

or Home Demonstration Department v..1101"1balan.e. January I, 1922 ---________-___________._________ is
Uutatandlnd warranu January 1, 1922 __________ I '
... State College for Women, -------------------- 801r-:

l I( COUNTY AGENTS' !REPORTS 1 I I JETTING: MORE: :MONEY FROM: Tallahassee, for information. TheMe !MORE DISCOMFORTS: TO TKAMP: Net deficit January 1. 1922 __________________.______.___.._________ '" ,." ;-
I I'OULTRV I I agents and institutions are maintain- RECEIPTS FOR THE BIX MONTHS !o

I OkalooHit-I have given ten demonstrations i : | ed for your benefit. Help] them to help From Tax collector taxea .____._ ___ ,,6
natill; ; The modern method of "taking --- ------ 13702.61
satsuma oranges Florida l is suited for poul- you. water Comptroller r.dumption- ______._._ .n___._________?_ 28.46
II' spraying there some I on the run" by fast passenger Comptroller railroad tax -.-__-.-._. ......._? _..__ 8,04(1.45(
Of ?
i for smut and whitefly this week. try raising. course are Vegetables for the family is a good Comptroller; & one mIll tax _____-___.___ .__.___....... 11,167.10
I soils too low or too wet for best results trains from troughs between the track Comptroller state school fund -.-.... ..........._...... V16.85
thing to in mind for '
I keep in vegetables now in on most of the larger County judge, hunting baser .._, L ,... ..___....... 8.00 x,
Have completed organization but such areas are inconsequen- are found elements vogue County oommuMiunon refund. --.... ................. 26,25
I I Flagler- ;' with the vast areas many lines, is a great Aid to fast transpor- Bank. Joan ------________.____...... _.......__._.... 4,700.00
f work of the bull nsaociation and tint compared tial to good 'health and growth. I'lIsen-1 Dank Interest ............___.... .........._...__ 1236.22 J
i bred bull for thnr are high and dry. Poultry owners tation but a great discomfort to the District No. 24. transfer ___...... _____-_.____.__ .45 g1
purchased a pure dairy ...._____. ... ..
tt I who are striving to increase their I tramp travelers. II B Lane, return salary .. ...._... 200.UI 26.018.Jt; ."

( i : i' the members. j profits, and beginners wishing to start "AMERICA UNEXAMPLED ON THRESHOLD PROSPERITY": OF I Cases of extreme discomfort and, Making deficit _'.-------------_-___ __ -__________...__ 61,761.! \II M,

Taylor-A good deal of interest is ; with facts that will save them money I in some cases, actual suffering by the DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE BIZ MONTHS to
1 "blind baggage" traveler are relatedin Eivenaed ........
attention to the follow- ter
should fu';
taken in the planting of fall give Secretary Davis of of Labor
being Department Halaritw, of teachers .,. __. .
I recent issue of the Pennsylvania --------- ------- ------ ------ 6.344 85
about 200 acres ing principles emphasized by Dr. San- a Transportation of pupil ________ tk
There will be !Makes ------ 45.00
truck. Labor Message ----- --
( d planted this year I' born, poultry specialist. of the College Day News, publication of the Pennsylvanialines. Expenses ef Incidentals Administration. for schools .. ____.....____.._____---_____ btt.10 ,.h
of Agriculture. Salary ox superintendent ---- 00.00
Washington, Sept. 3.-Secretary "The water ouring over the tender Per diem and mileage of members of board ./__._.._____ 11340 eo
I G' Santa Itotia-The farmers of this 1. Grow better chickens. Secure Davis, in a Labor day message to the ) Incidentals for board and superintendent .____ -______ 7181 .10
which be done top will soak the stray warfarer from Printing financial statement ..........______.____ 8,01)
stock by -
J county are busy picking cotton which purebred may American peoplemade public tonight, Printing -- -- -- -------__________._ _......_________ 40.00 a
$ is bringing a very satisfactory price. buying purebred eggs for hatching, declared ,that "we can look forward head to foot and may possibly sweep Interest -_ -- -- ____.__._______._.______________. 2,305.65 .U'or'
him off," the article states. "One Refund to sub districts 1e, 11,12-------._______....__ 841.60 by
The local buyers are paying around Start buby chicks on Hour milk. Use with p ride and gratitude upon the Borrowed. money ___ ..__ 4.700.60 ,
-----t--------------- --- .h
.I 20 cents a pound for good cotton. euro in brooding. Save early matur achievements of the last twelve tramp knocked unconscious by such Interest. coupons paid -__....__.__...____.-. ---_____-___ 1860.00 15.S7I

inr; nirds for winter layers. months," and that during this period removal from the train, upon regainin I.eavlnif deficit --.---.--- __________. ________________________ 77,12 .
I In consciousness: thought that the locomotive Warrants outstanding June 80. 1UJJ -___-_-________________________-_ 'IM.ili
1 Walton-We have booked orders for' 2. Watch for diseases. sore, "America has been brought to the

33: ,!>00 fruit trees and plants to be set : head season, the season of heat and : threshold of an era of unexampled had run into the river. Depository) balance June 80 1922 _u_____. _____________________.____ 4.391\

in nl'cembeJ.Ve are planning to set I min, put a pound of powdered sulphur I prosperity." "On extremely cold nights Victims
have been frozen. The, 'regulars' in OF SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT;
; 7 100,000 plants this season. The fall In every hundred pound of dry ash But for the industrial strife which

t bean crop and home gardens arc looking I:I UKfd. It is best to feed this to all the has been evident for several months the hobo world know where the track }FUNDS BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,

c well. birds, regardless of size and age. The throughout the country, the secretary troughs are located and crawl up on JUNE 30, 1922
I It I the coal pile to avoid being soaked.
i mush will be less likely to mold or added, the outlook of the nation would -
One such immersed "
St. Lucie-Pineapple growers are :,i spoil and if sorehead does appear, Lt not have been darkened duringthe passenger unexpectedly l 10,,

busy shipping pineapple slips. All the will be less severe. Do not stop using year. opened a mail car door and I II >

tl available slips in the county will be II sulphur before the last of Septem- "We: must find a common ,ground: the water rushed in, doing considerable I
1, i damage to the contents. ;Tr!: rr
planted, hence an increase in acreage Ler. In case of a severe outbreak, Increase of finances and co-operation for employers .., rrb
: "Not ..
is expected. Citrus trees are lookingfine I the sulphur to 3 per cent of the and employes where they can ago gentlemanof f "
leisure who had sufferedhis
all over the county. I math. After two weeks return tfcinuller adjust their differences without re- perpetual aI 3S ,.
first bath in through !ignorance
: dosage course to an appeal to force," he said. years .S
I of the track tanks' existence
I Pasco-:Many people are planting: 3. Cull out the early molters. The "There! can be no Justification for the ; ..

t' out the wild fox grapes upon which I best layers should be kept for one or bloodshed and destruction in America when picked up by the water station : I : 5I

i to graft other varieties_this fall. So two more years. The poor layers can today." engineer: recounted an unfortunate I tr i a a g
s episode with an engineman In !Montana -
far the grape industry in this county ,j i not pro to the pot too soon. The labor secretary declared that 1 :3 .!I a

has been a success, and gives good 4. Feed well. After culling, better "two great things have been accomplished who one night, when the thermometer 4 .;! ,g O U'

I prospects for the future if the grow- ,I j feeding gives more eggs from the few in American industrial life. descended to new low levels, j IB ] I e is S I I !I
turned the hose on him when he refused :o! a J!
t ers use the wild or native stocks for hens left than :from all at first. Animal "We have conquered the menace of Ii a I
to jump off the tender and OJ I :I ..c:
Jt rlltl iIIit'. food is needed to make hens pay. unemployment which threatened us," by z m' .. ;:; i 3 I I.I.; "
time the train reached the next
I If there are only n few hens in the he said, "and we have prevented a ;; ;?:i5.fi1I! !) 3. 0 : !,

Oll'eola-The Osceola growers, Incorporated flock possibly' they can get enough wage panic in the ranks: of labor. We town, was a solid mass of ice. I lfi'7':Q'I: g, 400.fi 5.00: .t 3J7' ;' 1 PoI I,a.fiO( lZ! 5..l3tl!II 4fi!500'>.o X04 H3,40I : !ii'i!: "I:

r have purchased from Newman bugs, etc. Otherwise meats must be have put between four and five mil t .) R.7., 1 .b I IR.Rt..
I I GIRLS USING" "POISON" PHONE 10> 20.00 : : ( !l1.1iJo! ,
Bros., of Plant City, a million added. Clabbered milk may be substituted lion men back to work and we have I fhtdi, 5.001( HI.Jl; Gn:811: () i lan.a:

I strawberry plants to be delivered in | for meat scrap. Do not feed put them back to. work with wages CALLS NEARLY HROKE HOMES 11 10 I 1 :/ !, I !lt.7)' ', m&1 138'; (!);> v 0

I I September. a The transaction' was a I too much grain. Give more mash, which leave the general wage l level of #$ 1 71:1.,1' 11&110 g. A i.U.881 : At .
# Asked for Husband in Midnight Calls () ()() j. ; : 10.00 1211.
cash consideration, thus saving money pound for pound, than grain. the nation very little below the highpoint To 16 :tf. J, !I\.1i 15O: ( :2! ,

for the growers and assuring them of 1 5. House the hens well.! They need reached following the war. Remind Him of Date 111q.6o 18 .nll 12..00 3:1.t.4... !1 2i.n0(1 ,00 17, :!1 I 165.00 20.g7..).

good plants when the season is right/ shelter from the winds of January, I "Despite the pressure of unemployment AI! ..1>2'1 hii.-1' bu.oll() : 7l.UI! ,
Wholesale divorces and separationswere : 1106.14 f.llU 521.0 756.14 10.4"
1 for planting. and from tho rains of summer, and we have forestalled those shortsighted K .1: ') 1.0 0 II.: I fO.I! /
averted in Racine Wis. when
: \lO.UU4f/ !.. ,,
I from the attacks of wild animals and employers who saw In the sit- 26a11UI3.'J ; I
Mrs. Alma Longgale, policewoman 81 ,} _1h.flO _,___ H6.1
}: Alachua-Thirty-four boys attended thieves at all seasons. uation only an opportunity to bent assumed the role of a feminine Sher- 1675.1!). 1780.781 1 7800.811 3416.501 23r,9.-031: : 14fl.:i.78l :J12fi 4'

I < the annual club camp and received down the price of labor," adding that
lock Holmes to ferret out an alleged"homebreaking" RECAPITULATION OF OF
I instructions as well as four days of FALL IIATCHINK: "through these lines we- have brought SCHOOL

I recreation. The value of complete organization America to the threshold of an era of vamp and to prove EST AND SINKING FUNDS BRADFORD COUNTY
the innocence of a dozen husbands accused -
was clearly demonstrated Interest in poultry works constantly unexampled prosperity." of infidelity. The usual JUNE 30, 1922

ut the camp, with about one hundred IncrelLoill'arm: flocks are being prac- -
\ tice has been thus:
4 1 boys, girls and leaders to be fed and Improved and, poultry products of bet- :'t5c; size Vanilla Extract, two :Midnight. The telephone rings in ,

M f cared for, everything went off on a ter quality] are being put on the market bottles for :'Me on the Rexall Ic the "gold coast" home of a prominent I ,

d schedule without a single hitch. and yet the supply can scarcely sale: at Mitchell's I, Sept. 11 1 I. 15. man "Hubby" being fast asleep, '.".

i Till the domnnil. Those having good mid 16th. friend wife hears the bell. She triesto 3..! ..: I!
i. Putnam-Committees supervise products for sale will always be ablo ..: I .I &:
t. '
c the community exhibits to the county to find a good market. There ii a better NEWSPAPERS AS EDUCATORSThe '! She awaken decides him to ,answer but he it snores herself loudly.A 't'1'g o 11 .1'.1'i-i-- 1: J. I

fair have been appointed at Venial, more uniform demand for table vamp-like voice asks for "Harold." g' .:.I :iI

\ Francis, San !Mateo, Interlachen, Pomona poultry at remunerative prices than country newspapers are doin1n .- Told he is asleep, the girl at the other ... lID if!

1. Crescent City and Floraho ne. for bed, mutton or pork, says Miss great service, but the ignorance of end of the wire tells friend wife not a ] lID fi
five other communities will be asked: I Minnie Floyd poultry specialist of the I I ii :
n great part of the people in regard to disturb him but to just mentionnext J I J "3 !! L I I
j to appoint committees which will In- Florida State College, Tullahasnee. to the affairs of state :uml. nation is a morning that Mabel called to remind ;!: a ,9 I I !
a, j euro good agricultural exhibit of the 'e c ;. 0 m .
p n Florida offers an exceptionally fine matter of grave concern to you, as it him he was to meet her that r J A 1 ..

county's products. opportunity over all other states, viz: is to all persons who love to think ofj i night at the Bohemian. Next night ] 7 H 1 q .Q I I Myo
.. :I
a winter tourist market for broilers this government as a democracy. Yo1 the little tragedy is repeated in another OJ !" J .. 2J"...

Remember how quicklyve sold and fryers. Florida people have not and I know that it is fast h?ct .ing home. II: .s "" b c3 .!!.., r8
} out on our first:; Ic Sale? Better in the this 'i I 37.50 :! ', am '
past appreciated opportunity an oligarchy, in spite ofthe fact tha Keeping the domestic troubles secret -' 'i I 7.6317:11rJ.,71: __ 11000.0Qr38i.2lL33Qoblinirjiji.oo! : ]: | 37 |323f.3'85TH: ::571! 7.li.:
come early and Ret the bargains.: and have not taken advantage of
; '
we boast of universal I :
suffrage. the women of the neighborhood 7.63'96U8.7137.b0141000.003311.2111230.00141000.00I37.5oII()() ( 'J Htl9.92( 7.6::
I 1 I Sept. M. 15, 16th at Mitchell'sDrug it by meeting the demands. In spite of all our efforts, the people pilently consulted) attorneys; divorces

$ Store. September will be a good time to do not read the newspapers and and separations were threatened. Mrs. ASSETS AND LIABILITIESAssets

hatch young chickens. The bulk of the current magazines with
a proper Longgale, learning of the tragedies,

.aaDDCD? DaDcaa the long summer weather Is over, the understanding of the news as it relates started on the case. She went ,to the

DEI nag nights are cooler," making conditions to the daily affairs of life and home of the first victim and waited General School Fund

good for 'their growth and develop as a matter of fact a great numher until midnight. A policeman waited Balance cash in depotiitnty. __ -- _______ 300,SA
a aI Uneollected taxes current year ________ ____-___._ '
ment. Pullets hatched in the late Hummer -------- 1.646.69
of our voters are at the mercy of the outside in an automobile. U).inn County acceptance of indebtedness. .?..__"._"_"_ 86,861,00Special
: I Indigestioni will come in as' layers in the demagogue. Unless do -
:I g we can something The telephone rang again. It was
at time when hatchet Tax
early Districts
r spring to arouse the interest of the "Mabel" and she called for "Harold."

stock is getting somewhat out. Balance cash in depository _____ _______ .__ ____
i a otherwise .DB worn people in present: political, economic By previous arrangement with the n ______*" ___..._ 11.126.47
Many persons, The cockerels will sell for good pricesin Uneolleeted taxes including current year -.____...___" "_'___-._... 462.81
rigorous and healthy are D and social conditions, we shall cer- telephone company the policewomanwas Balance cash in district bond funds _..__ 11817.66
a bothered occasionally with a the wlnter'for broilers and fryers.If tainly sink deeper, and the problemswill able to trace the call. In a north Uncollected taxes, currant year __I _______ _n Bond districts""__.._! 294.84

1' you have hens wanting to set, put become Total __.____ _____ '
complex.It _____
H Indigestion The rffectl of a Mff more side drug store Mrs. Longgale arrested -- -- -- ------------- __._ 6S.OD7.89
disordered stomach on the Z5 in a quiet.. dark place, away from laying is our opinion that school chil- three young women. They confessed Liabilities

t 'I I and hen. Try to set two or three at iren should be taught to read the "
system: are dangerous J saying "we did it in fun.
f'j j a prompt treatment of IndicesU the same time, so one hen can carry county newspapers and the daily news General School Fund

,r i B tlon Is important. "The only Bn the entire brood, and the others! go to and tHat they should be taughtto Warrants outatandlntr for current expenses __.____.___.______ 48.U..U
medicine I have laying again If have CALOMEL !MAY TURN Time Warrants outstanding. --..-??______ ___..___..-__ 811,800.01)
digs.Q you evaluate the news. Current history ,
been something to aid broody hens, one of the smaller makesof : Special Tax District Funds
( I'' B tlon and clean the liver," a should be taught through every _

wrlt_ Mr. Prod Libby a n incubators will be found helpful.It subject offered in the curricula of our I Next Dose You Take Warranta. outstanding -- -- .__n______________..__._._._._____._ 1.411.75
a May Salivate .......
'rr[ HcKlnnor. Texas, farmer. 5* has been said that "opportunity"knorks Bonda outstanding --- -----_______.__.._ .____.___ 41.800.00
t !' B ")I,. medicine U BS public schools. Why study history, and Start a World of Trouble Warranta. outstanding bond fund No.: t --._.. 7.60
i- at our door but once. Such Is :
unless it is to be used in considering
Total ._
\ a -- --?------ __ .,..__.
: not the case in Florida poultry raising the happenings of today? Sir J. R. Calomel is mercury; q lcksllver. It 121,519.11VALUE

Thedford's a but do not fail to take advantage of 3crley says, "Politics without history crashes into s.ur bile like dynamite, OF SCHOOL PROPERTY

the opportunity for fall hatching, has: no root. History without politics cramping and sickening you. Calo- _

w rearing and winter marketing of fry has no fruit." mel attacks the bones and should never Reboot houses and tots .. _........_ fSehool
BLACK-01UUOHT and broilers. --- -?- --- __ ___.. ?.nnn.AA
en Arithmetic and algebra become live _.__________ "
be put Into your system.If furniture n ----____.__._? ___;.;_ ___ u.ono.oo
School" anpsratua __... ..._. -
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-- -- subjects when the problems offered for --- -- ---- ?---- ___ 2000.00
you feel bilious, headachy, con Other school property -- -------___.___.__.____ _._...IH".""_ 200000
a for Indigestionnd; stomach a I k BRIEF CULLING POINTS solution are based on the news of the stipated and all knocked out Just go
k trouble of any nd. I bare day. So geography, history and civics to your druggist and get a bottle of Total -- -- ---------------------- --_____ 74.00'0.00 i
a a
never found n jrthlng that I| There are poor laying hens in all take on real life when correlated with Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents
F touches the .r.; like Black-
a aa
Draught. I> tat' It In broken breeds.: what is going on. Some teachers are which is a harmless vegetable substitute RAILROAD STRIKE BANKRUPTS due to the coal strike and the extra t

do... after on For a lone a'I The busy! hen is the laying hen. doing this kind of teaching, but .a for dangerous calomel. Takea CHICAGO ALTON RAILROAD expenses due to the shopmen' strike. .

a time I tried P.I which griped a The hell with capacity and vigor great number are not. We are beginning spoonful and if it doesn't start your The total indebtedness will amount to :.

i .," I. a ,,....ult.and. didn't Black r Draught lye the liver good a shojUl he retained.A a campaign to arouse the peopleto liver and straighten you up better Chicago, Aug. 30.-The Chicago & about $14,000,000. .

',. i a medicine Is f''' to take easy a j-ood layer has a large, open, the necessity of having the newspapers and quicker than nasty calomel and I Alton railroad was placed in the hands:!! -

",I a to keep In x1.ITe.** IIa moist vent. used in the public schools, and without making you sick, you just of receivers in Federal Court today by Cures }Malaria Chills

.4 O..t a pac e from yourdruggist A good: layer has a large abdomen we hope that every newspaper in the go back and get your money. Judge Ca!i>entier. W. G. Bierd, president 666 Fever Bilious Fever,

J:' today -Ask for and aa covered with soft pliable skin. I state will take up the proposition and Don't take calomel! It makes you and W. W. Wheeleck, an attorney Colds and LaGrippe.

'," A Insist upon Tl. dford'_the A hrn.w'th! a yellow beak and shankat create a sentiment favoring this work. tick the next day; it loses you a days were named as the receivers. ,

I"' II only genuine 0g"If any time from June to September With best wishes for the success of work. Dodion's Liver Tone straightens According to a statement by SilasII. Only One "B OMO QUININE"

a', Oet It today. a ii a poor layer. your paper, I am you right up and you feel great. Strawn, appointed counsel for the To get. the genuine. call for full .._:LAIAfiveBRosioQu1N1Nn : .

tel BUD A.ick hen may be faded but will Very truly yours, No salts necessary. Give it to the receivers,f the receivership was precipitated 8. W.GROVE.: Cures a Cold, Look In OB.forslnsluno. <
Day. Bsop.
Cnaaa r2 sacof1 not show the vigor that is shown In a FARRIS DAVIS, children because it Is perfectly harm- principally by the great fall. 'neh and >.....f H-. *,vt w k> off _\d. !Sot

1 good layer. j Director School Service Dept. lees and cannot salivate.--Adr-84 \\ng off of the earnings of the company Subscribe for the Telegraph. '.

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i \sOTICB>- the Lwrlslature OP ELECTION of1021, undur j ji I W. C. T. U. COLUMN FOR : pr

WII"" ,:,)n of 1HKH. of the Stato I o* Kloi-I I-r ::ilTHE
.l"! "fou. Joint Resolutions propnsin. I
n ;
'* <.'nts to t"! ." Conntllutlon of the I .
., ;.1.... Hnd the same were agreed i SunburnI I
.f, ,r threc-flftha of nil the im'tn- I "THE ALL 11A 1> EXCELLENT: :; I l.A.flELS" -
10 I ,' each )house ; that the vole I
,. r Rcfolutlunn were entered upon I I Tan Freckles
S ,
.Tournnbi. nod
',ind thy; I.tt\ in,yeas' crud, til-, I .BiackhndB.te.)
mid<<1 Joint Resolutions bo euh.u 'I' "There are nut ti'n men out of i-v- I MiMinulift' helm in SOIL

'f ,,. electors of the Stale at tho pry hundred who have .. otnhr. In November. 11122.nir.RKKORIS. I'i bought lioo'p A Srepcetatoeac
: tinn : :;
', I. II. CLAY since. prohibition rfMMuy. Rcmovrs
went into effect .
:-00\\ ,. .... Make
of State of the Suito 'I nkin
nn. '.".B" give notice! that I have not been faked, defrauded imposed \ <1"'l\clMr.velvety

'; NERA L ELECTION upon cheated-stuntf" dcolaretl. I ,Impart TAnce 10 drlicafe tbe per.

I in each county. In Florid on Tues.rreedlnir Samuel G. Blytho In the SuturdavEveninpr ...'. rub. oil. ltn*> Is the Source of
I'U" the. fl rut Mondny In Non I
.mbt', "'" loi2 the paid Tuesday bain* I / Post. "They will deny it of //1BaIm '
:\rENTI: DAY OF NOVEMBER course but that Is the fact. The a\'- I

,h. stlfli-atlon or rejection of the salil eraire American citizen and thow '

for lolli'' ''t, .liutiofle. Proposlnn amendments to 'above the average and below it I
,h, nonstliutlon of th. State of Florida, vl.i All
all alike. They may be (good at their Wealth

'lOINT, RESOLUTION to Section 10 of Proposing Article XII antmrncimcnt own affairs, but when they come to I

f tho ''* institution of the SUM of Florida. buy I illicit liquor they are morons in ..
i.,i.iln. to Education. I I mist."And I 'fl,1p.j i p.
?, H R,..olved by the LeilBl.tnr. of the State a "
'd..I. Toilet POWDER )
"'lift; following amendment to Section I the stuff they drink! A customs
J, if' \itlcte. XII of the Constitution of the official. I know analyzed two hundred I 4 colon: Itrunette _ To the and
i;..r.. *r Florida relating to education lie. White:, Pink, and ...50CC. promote success prosperityof
iht i and ,H.tud l to the electors at the State at I cheelu. Sold by all !c the farmer
the"i.e iiibm.n,1 I election of representatives In 192J bpfore it got to the homes of our best :dealers, or direct '" II is to promote the welfareof
I from us, 75 cents" '.
for approval! or rejection i people. Ninety-six per cent of it was postpaid :l --1:
10. The Legislature provide % : all kind. i*
J Seftlon division.. of any county or counties Into bogus faked fraudulent and mostly LYON MFC. CO. i ':..-;:. In an

lesvenient school dlstrlcta : and for the election I' But it all had fine authentic 43 So. Fifth St. !=:= 't'l t .
poisonous. -
biennially of three. school trustees who BROOKLYN N.Y. "F
hill hold their offlcs for two years. and who labels on it, and revenue stamps iiiiiiiimiiiiiiniiii.iltablishment -- -- The farmer cannot produce abundantly N
,"hill ';within 'h. districts and for the levying anilcollect and everything. A good deal 1 of it
if a district school tax, for the' exI was 'bottled in bond.' knows that this is true. if he is denied the fruits of his labor. .
I elufivc! O. of public free schools. within thaI
I difltrir vhenover a majority of the quail. "An enterprising Eastern newspaper Hleary eyes and foolish speech used
j fad Ipct"rs thereof that pay a tax on real to*be common in the workrooms. Now That which makes for Increased yield
I or ptrsnnal property shall vote In favor of seeking to show that there was ,
I sue)' '' V provided that any tax authnrlxed they are seen nnd heard l but seldom.
bootlegging going in its fair reduced
on city
I hi ,itil* wJiion ahall not exceed ten mills on cost or more profitable returnon .4
I 1 .hi !lulls r In any one year on the taxable sent out reporter with enough/ money Workman arc more intelligent' more

1 ii ".r the district.OlNP i to buy ten bottles of so-called whiskey reliable, more tractable. In the homes the farm benefits the whole of society.It .

: RESOLUTION Proposing' nn from ten different sources of sup i there Is more happiness. There are

1 Itr.. ni 1 to Article V of the ConstltuHP of the comforts of life. And tho
", Stato of Florida Relative to the ply. The reporter came back in a' more i is claimed that the variety of services

,.*II.I.n Pepnrtmont. short timo with th stuff. The enterprising men, ns well as the women, know It.
Resolved by tho Legislature of the State. t
10'1C1. newspaper had the ten bottles "For these reasons! we doubt if a delivered by a Fordson Tractor covers approximately -
''HP following amendment to Article "
that. mnjority of the members of the American -
I i M 1 fonmilutlon of the Stole of Floridali chemically analyzed.! There wasn't a

:i' the Judiciary Department to bottle of real! whiskey in the lot. Most Federation of Labor will follow 100 activities. Certain it is '
., 43 of said Article be ,
lection V.
,lnlml) .
.r.' 1 1. hereby. aitreed to and shall h.1 ly it was wood, alcohol doctored and the advice of the wet members fo theirexecutive ,
jl.m :11:,". '< 1 the electors. nf the state at committee. They know when the tractor settles labor problems and
two of the bottles contained water
n '. -li-etlon to ba held on the Itrvt Tu.
la: utter, the first Monday In November with coloring matter in it. But they they und their wives and their children takes much of '
D[ U2? "or ratification or rejection (to.wlt : better off." drudgery out farming.
?< 1 IP The Iciil lnture may from limn all had excellent labels. are
Inti, Hid as the business of any circuit ro-
'pr itn>ild0 for the appofhtment of one or "They drink this stuff, thousands. of
In line with its fixed of
.I'litlonnl' Circuit Judires for such ( Ir. otherwise intelligent $1.00 boxes of Symphony lawn policy rendering s' I
Each such gcMltlonal Circuit Ju.lito.' iliull apparently peo.

i .ilnted by the flnvernor and confirmed pIe. Some of it is go vile that they writing paper. 2 boxes for $1.01on possible service to the farmers of
Innate and hold office for mix yean, the Kexall Ic sale at Mitch every ,
have to hold their noses while takingit
tint receive the same aalnry and nllow- .

".>-kave) ,expenses all the..powers other and,Circuit perform Judges.ml all I. ,, but they drink it. The booze complex ells Sept. II.I 15: 16th. Bradford County this Bank will co-op-

Hullo that are or may be provided or admits of no qualms. It's og'in
.il i.1! by the Constitution or by statute nil.l.\ PAm BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS erate with the local Fordson dealer aid
"' !It .Tmlires. nail nil statutes eonrern- the Imv so they take it. It kills] some General Fond1II".h.

i ,lit Jud.... sha'l apply to Mm. Whcr- others. Still thnt niiiBS pnupir .? .--- ._- 2.111 J[
r hen Are two or morn Circuit Judges of them and blyids I,. L. finnan. no ____..____.________.. J JJJ farmers in purchasing Fordson Tractors.
| ,H-ojntml, for a Circuit the buulnnsK may bs is only when it is virulent poison and Martha Wilkinson do _________________ 3.00
milled amonit. tho. Circuit Judges hiivlnir Jur-1| Wndi- Wynn do __.___.._.n__________ 4 JJ .
i 4ilictl. .>n In the Circuit and In anv County In not generally. What is happening:, .1 I (' Rox ito _. ___.._________________ JJJ
he Circuit' as mny be prescribed by: law. and doctors is that this stuff .1 O Williams do ______n_ .__n.n___ )
*hf' r, >u..i> provision has been ma.le by, 1 law. the big say Nowman Children. d l.. ____n____ _____ 13.00Mnrth
I h list' Ihutlon of the business of the Circuit I -not poisonous enough/ to kill or blind. McDonald do _________________ LOll
i ,' in' County In the Circuit. and the all.it- at once-will surely induce organic .F. Melvin do ._ _____ 4.00

I .nent ''J assignment of matters and! cnftes tow I disorders of various sorts anti presently Mariraret RobcrU? do ?__._n___ -______ 8 "" Bank of StarkeThe
beard. (decldiMl. ordered tried. decreed or __ .
Wlllln Msrt do _______--____ __--_ > ")"
..!jud..., shall be controlled or mndo whenlerMMirj we shall observe large numbersof Mrs Mary Tyre do ____________________ 4.00
by the Circuit Judge holding. tJ1.omm..l..n I Mrs. Tom five! do .____--_.__________- 1.00
earliest In date. No additional, our leading booze-complexcrs dropping Mrs Sarah Hlndon do ____________n__ ..00
Circuit ludge or Judges' shall be autliorlKcd, of _______ _____ 8.011
off under the inciting causes Kate Collins do _. _____ n !
I r. bu appointed: In a Circuit' having less than:: Carrie Alhcrt do -______-____________- 2.00ltjwht.l } Bank of Helpful ServiceE.
I K.oilO' inhnbitanta by the last Federal or State't'nNtie maladies that their booze obsession Miiliihurs do ____________n___ -600

occurring next before the passage nf I 1.1..1.. hull clo __ ___________________ 1000
:he ins for hi> or tholr appointment.. The induced. J S S I... o<, _____n________________u__ 'I OhMr. President
I .eulslnltirc h. nmolnfment may reponl nf any additional law providing Circuit for .. Iliith Hmsky. do _______.-___n__- 100 S. MATTHEWS, CEO. C. WHITE. Cashier .. .4
an ___ _______ 6 00
'Fihvard' Grllfls Jo ____ n. -
'n.IIt' additional Circuit Juclire for
a I' ____._________ "" I
J nit but Bhuch repeal ahall not affect the AMERICA'S: :MORAL ENEitG'That : Amaii'ln, Canaildo ____ *
I irm mlnry and jurisdiction of a JildKo holdi Mm II H Dean ,I.o ____________________ 6 S"Mr .
i appointment.IO1NT I Martha Callln do! ______._________ J 00
other countries are keenly ,M' 1It..I If. TlCmmI" (In _____-__-__.,.---._-- -
1 RESOLUTION Proposing an ; I IN-II Wumwrlirht advance tat aiwessor 10".""
amendment to Section 8 of Article XVI of studying the working of prohibition in Jj Stark Ice Co. I Ice -------.----------- J"i _
he rjnatitution of the State of Florida. evident., AntI they I i ii C Jones euppin ----------------- -.I'.! I n' .
Kelatlnx to the time of the Payment of the United States is i ]City l.lKht IMant. Huhls- -------------- \\I' Habitual Constipation cured NOTICE flU.? VAMrlATIO OF BOSIMIn NOTH OF Kl:, .:('1'IIIN
tilnri.1.. of State OfTicera.K not merely considering. the quc.- I John Mock Janitor --________--____ 2ft 011 tha I'lrnult Court of tile Right JuillfhilIrcuit 1'.. I Ihe Hhi'Hir, ..? Ilrniirord. County nf the ,
T: <.... by the LeKtalature of the State are II I P Kniirht I out.\,' rca _____n_______ 11'00,1111 In 14 toll Days <' ) of thy Stein of r'lorldu.. In and, forMruiU'ord SI.i!I.. of florldit : "'
t'iouuIat'hnt : tion from the moral standpoint or ev- | .1 W White Son supplies" .----------- l.JJ!I 'LAX-FOS' WITH PEPSIN" U n !.; -cialiyjrepHred County, Florida. I I Mo It II "nwn. 'duet I. IF. Clay Crawford, 0
the follnwinff amendment to Seel, Inn, 3TUcl. 3 but from :K: W Hiiyes com tax col! -- .--------.-- << .;< Tunlc-Laxn'.lve Hnbituii Town of Hlnrke, Ifradfont! County. Hecivlitry. of Stale, i"f I II",' 141 all, nf t'lorlilu iliiluireliy (
"l \ XVI of (lie Conxtitutlon of the en that of "pt'r..onalliherty, I(I lit A rriH-n Insanity M I.ynn -------------0 J I'etltlnnar. ',)Ic1 t Ihut; a j I '
..IKof Florida relntinR. to the limo of the the economic standpoint, as shown by I W E: Mid.lleton. do n__.____________._. Z'OO Constipation. It relieves proinl'Hy 'IIlII' vsStnte Ia"j "lv.d:: \ j't KI.FirTIOM: '
.,m.nl at the aalarlea of State oirlevpra IBin I| .1 no. C. Wills do ------ ..-. --- 4.111)) ihould 1 ho taken regularly for U (o 21 iln-. : of Florftln. Will IKheld.., I ill, Itradrord, County. Slate nf
'hi agreed to and shall be nuhmltUil tohh I on editorial In the Arbeiter. Zeltunjr.j'I I I W W llaisden do _________.___nu_ 1.on :.Induce regular action. It Sllini.'ui.' i.i.'i' ItfNpiinclfnt., I lorliln. nn Ttiesilny, next sucwedlnic the. firstMomliiy j's' I
'n-Uirs of tbo Slate for .adoption or reL i ii \I W .1 Eppermm, do --- .---. u._____-___ 12.80 Notice Is "hereliy given In Ihe .public, antiInxl.ay.rs 'In N.....-'" he.. A. II. 1122. the said
,..1 lli: at the next Konernl election of reprc"litat recently quoted in the American press firllTIn &: Johns supplies Jail ________ 6.011'W R"j'ilntc Very Pleasant toTokj bk( and elllscns) of the Town of Slarkv. 'l'II''I' 'iI: ft,
| n to bo held In tho venr A. IJ. 1922 remarks "If impoverished W llnlsilen clothes' fur primmer n_ R.OII tier IlIjttlK llrailfiird County. Klnrldn anil nil' persons in- $h : lVh1.AV OP NOVKMIIKK:
hu ., to say. naiil auction shall be .amended i i This paper i j I W W Haisden pall, freight --_._..___,_- 1.00 U'nmled Ihuri'ln.I : 'I that on the lllth day ,.f Heplimlwr I .l'-.r. United' Stntee Hi'imtor. from the 8laleof i
> u ad an followat i I Austria could summon half the moral! ,., It Johns! Juror Inquest John Marc -. 4.itlI A. [). 1II1M. at I'nlRtkn In "I'utnnm lorliln. for sin years fn. NOTICK
'.'ct. 'in 8. The salary of every officer shnll i ii W I. Wall do __ ._n________ ._ __n__.- 2 on t iunty. MorMn st One o'clfwk the. Honornlilii. Kor one Itcpnttenlallve) of. the HiMoml. ('onId'Miiliiniil .
mble monthly; upon his own requwl-1' I energy/ of the United! States displayedin ,," ."..11 J Johns do __________________._ too A. V. IJinu.. Judge of thu court nforwiill.l.. will I U lilstrlrt of the Hlnlo of Florliln' In
on, of drink she would K N riowllnit do. -_n___-.. ________ 2,1111 ll.-nr the. nhi>ve untltli'il eiuum upon tho petl. the Hlxly-elKlith (.ona..f. the IJnlU.il Hlalee.For I
the suppression .1 M AUnre do __ ____ .n_ __-,--- 2.J<) There will be II i cemeti-ry woikmjtat Ion nf tin, Town of Starke, llnulford (;",tity. HuiierlnleniliMit, of I'lilillo I Instruction of
> fOINT RESOLUTION:! Proposlnif an :. noon have no need to go begging/ of all I i'\ II Andreu do -----------------.-- 2.00 chapel St-ptcmlx-r 11th. I'lnrliln. for 'nn order of sulfl rourt' vnltdiitlnirnnd the Club of rlorliln.Fi .
m-mlmrnt to Section 3 of Article VII of I It M Trncey witness do __._________. 1.80 Elzey on confirming certain IMIII.IS In the sum of .r two .liwllren' of ths Supreme Court of .
hi Constitution of the Slain of Flo.ldn.11.lnUn" the world." I T li.ildinh do _--_--______________ l.H'l' Everybody come bring dinner, iiml Thirty-nix Thoiwsnd (uatl.O'HIOfl':) () ) I Imllnrs. Inilenoinlnntliins thi) Slat of :rlorlilu.Kor .
to CrnstM and Apportionment am" i if please the itnte- | K I. Hluus elf) .__________________ l.,,0 .. of one 'llmussnd Dolliirs enoh two kuilroad:: 1 Jommlwiloneni, nrt the ) ,
.' Number of Member of tho Senate and j| Compare you |p IW K Mnrr do __ ___ ___ ._ ___..____ l.Mitchell's <> working/ tools anti. upend l (the day in IK.ill-Inn Interrat: st the rate of sin per centumHI I State. of I'lorldu. .
the House of Ftopreitentattvefl.il ment of the Arbeiter Zeitung, which, Priiif. Store silpl.ll.. Jail -- 10.115 cleaning the cemetery. :pier centum: ) per annum, imyalilu seinlannually. .... two MemlMirs of Hie, /ll.iiiso of Seer.> .
Rmolved by the Legislature of the Slate I i II A (;tOwn Imiuext Ada UlKsby, _.______ OA said hnnils Ininu Issued for the nuro ."nlllll.... of the' State of Horl'fci. ... i .
.. FIorcItiThat : at indicated, by its name, stands for I W J KniH-rson: tb---------------. _.._ 8.40 O. 1'. IIA UK.NOTirKtIP :. |) ..a of rueonslruetlnir foil enlarging the wa- 1"... (".IDIY Hurveytir. '
the following proposed amendment to I workingmen of Austria, with H A <>reen inouest John Man* __.__.. a.411 i terwnrks and: elwlrlo:: Unlit iilant of ths Townof For Five M.imlHirs of the flonrd nf C'ounly 'I
i-ction 8 of Article VII of the Con..tltlltlon the W .1 I Epperson do l __________,________ 17.8 l lK 'APPI,r4'tii.S-)11 TAX lIKED Hinrlie.I Klorlds.Not ommlssionvn, .
f the State of Florida, relating to cennus' andniHirtionment. that recently made by the executive M Johns Co ally .. __nu__-____. 6.2B UNDER SECTION 7l( UK.. 'IHB: )lite. Is hnreliy, given to the above named. For three MetiiWrs. of. the County Dosrd of
and: to> the: number of mem- I I A It Vance supplies co judge ____.____ 6.2G I.KNKHAL: HTATUTKHNot : to show cause, at the timo and liliuie',, beniinnln.ve I'ulillo Instruction.ror I C
.... of the Senaia and of the House of Hepentolhc council of the American Federation I II Mrs reorirln Ililllnnl pauper allowance ft.0(1 loo .la li.-r.-by given thut. '1'. C. Ilnxen I eiHK-lll..l. If any they have, why said Justlru at the Pence In and for the fu!. i''
... .. dateiito. boliilit nhoiild. not be vnlldiileil and confirmed, lowing Justice UlatrlctH l vi"l .1
be. and the same is hereby nurexilmil recommending the lifting of H 1' Cminey 1 tiny cum and mIleage __n R.flO purchaser of Tnx Cvrtlllfato N. 11% ,
> shall be submitted to the elector of of Labor | Uiuls 11 Hill do __________. h ____n-. 540 lilh day of AmI".'. A. IJ. 1IM8. hsn tiled Hated this the 2NUi d"y..r Auvust A. N... One. m )
,He, jtaUi of Florida for approval or rejection I the ban on the sale of "light wines I' .Inmm HVynoMs do _____ '__ '_ ____. ft.OM salt certificate) In my ofNre and has maul sicpI.cuti.n I" IU2*. ; I I I N",.. Two. .
,i th neut General Election of Repnwentaves '|I J M llrwonlee" ... ._ .__ __-_____-__ 4.Bn for ed U> .Inniii In aroirilitneawith O. W. AI.TIRIIMAN llrn.ir.r.l; Conn- N. Thnie.No. ,if
ill' rierk of the Circuit Court of S.'Vi.n.
the worklngman
to hti held the first Tuesday after nnd! beer. That law Suid corllllcnUi' embraces lh fnl-
on W J Kpperson I day with contra 4 fill ..
V.>>e D flmt 1023 Monday, In November that In Suction N..vomh..r.8 of not going to follow the lend! of the I I J fl Williams special allowance _-_-..-.- tOO lowlmr ford eounty ili arllH-il, Florida pmperty lo-wlt situated I In Until-. ty. Horlila.___._ __(11..1)_ )___n'U-l-_'_t-U-18_ I No.For:f 1'I I'onslnlile';: ht., In and for the folowlnic| Justire r.1. .
: that la to) say. I n l W Aldermun I month clerk via __ 137.511 t
Article VII of the Constitutlun of Florida'mil i council has been seen in various way '" Telcirraph. puli' reports eta .._ __n___ 60.RQ) I Comm' ncinu. 200) ft W of K line of flouth- NOTICE OK ELECTION .l District>( vi.: ,
'. be amended to read ... follows : I I ISeetion J W Andrews Jr.. I day coin..n_ _____ 4.00 .....t Uusrter of Houthwnit Quail on N skIc I. I*. A. Dtwli, Jr. mayor of Rtarlc. FlorMn -! No... tile.Ne -' V
A. The Lo" olnl"'"' that shall meet He has just as clear a perspective of of fly right; of way and run N 214 ft. W t90 by virtu of the authority VM.UM. In ma Two. u

.. D. f)2l:: and those that chill meet every the members of Total ___ .____. .___ 678.5JFine ft. U to rIght of way thenco K on dald. right by lAw. do l lWr.1-r' call an .I..llon. to h. h..hlnt 1 No.N... Three.lI..v..n.IN. '' 1 11\\
thereafter good government as - -- -- nf In SouthwwtQuarter ,
I I of the bug
.n yean ahall apportion tho rep- and Forfeiture Fund way t<> point the Town [1.11 In the nfor.j.i.il'1 town by ... II .
of Southwest Bee H. 1 7 i "'MhL.
nntalinn whole numberSenators that p .
In the Senate the knows lh..ln.
council and the qiifiltiliHl votxni onTUKSDAY
not to exoeed 38 members : and t tt the executive W .1 Epperson; \ i feeding: prisoners 61.Aft H. K. JI1'.. 1 nrre.The : SRIM'KMUKIt" : : 12. 1022 i I' In :teeilmony' : :'::''?. I have hereunto metmy
tho I the Volstead Act W W llHisdnn iruard at Jail ._--_.:::: 40.00: said land .Ixilnir assessed. at the duleof hand snd, ain the treat Meal ,,f the
same time Bhnll also apportion the repauntation to compromise on fop the of electing, the fullawlnir<< off I.ftcrdt I.
W W Halsden woehlnK at Jail _______. 2.00 the Issuance of such certificate. In the name. iiuriKwa Hlnt, ..f Morlda. at Tallahvsee. the fnnltal.
he counties.In the House of. R..p..ontall..1| would automatically kill the Eighteenth W ., 1':1'1".nn: | prisoner reform school 84.00' of It 1<'. G.ln..y. I'' this thu twuiily-fi.urth day) of Ailuuat.. A l>. I
having one | W E Mlddlvtnn. eo physician .____.____ redeemed Ore Mayor. I .IIIJU.
4.17 shall
Unities said. certificate ho accorillnK .
mire population chill have four represonta1ivea Ono ri rk. TrrnNuror and Tax Cullvrtur.
: I I Ind Amendment. Moreover, organ-/ It A Green search warrant D 1'ullum.. I .. < If. CLAY ritAWFOHII,
I cncli. the countlea havlnic thirty thousand | lilt t law. tax' : thousand general far from It A ttreen do E Yarborouith __hn_ ___ 1.01 the 2nd day of October.. A. O. 1U23. 'fHfall Hi rntary of Btat..kTo ,
not more than one hundred j i Ized; labor in uppre- t Alilcrmtn. W. J, Sheriff Hrii.lfor.1. County.
this Bpperson! -
Witness official siwniitur and seal
."Pulatlim...h. the cnuntl shall have havlnir three ten[Wp.ellen..tI..1 thousand liveinIrrd J,' elating the proposition advanced, regents Total _. _. -__n_.__ ___n______ 19 ..l)4NOTK'K the Both day my of Au.ust A. D. 1022.II I"n....A... ...........of.. .101 l vlnrtlon 0\. W Aml, .- 9-1.11It-1I. 1 p
- -- -- W, A I.lJ..mM 0N..
and not more than thirty lliousamlopulatlnn the rulings of the council. Ev- .4.n. [I. Johns Julian U. I'*.k. 1 NOTK'K or' APPI.ICATKIN FOIl TAX IIKKII 'I.UNlV.lt I.
OF XPPI.ICATIOV Volt TAT I>EKI> Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County. Kla. ;
each '
shall have two representallvee t-mtlmonjr wh r f. I hereunto uiMartb.tmy
ill counties havlnir leas than ten thousand, I j idenee of this is the statement made L'NDF.U HKfTION 57& OF THE (Seal) _9-I. t-U.IIU I tinmfl. anil cmm the MrI 1 of the unlit town |!I (. :: 1.oT: :7I tr8: THR I II
ive hundred population shall have one \Repre. ] GKNEKAL STATUTES .t.. .b.. hereunto afTlxMl' thin Vth day of August, I
'ntatlve each. The basis of apportionment. by the Labor Union Bulletin of Little V,.tlce (I. hereby given that .'. F. Flume, 11122. 'I! Hereby notice la gIven that Enrol A Iv.. I Ipurchauwp '
of Tax Bale Certificate numbered
provided. for In this amendment shall bee purchiuer of Tax Oitlflcsm No. 277. dated H.I! I) I.. A. DAVIS. JR.. I t i .
which .
: : Issued Hector of
Arkansas says Hit. by the ta Hrs.ir.irtl
.Rock < '
the 2nd ilay of Auiiuitt. A. D.
Federal. Censua next preceding the aportlonment 1H20. hu tiled t, H-U-Gfc-W-9 Mayor of Stark.. Fin.KEfJISTKATION County Florida. said certificate being ,lat. 4Ausmst ,
said certificate In
ofTiee and hae
Every must know my madi
made the Levklature. an
\Ve know as everyone -- 3
: HI2U. ham filed mail certificate In ray
pllnitittn for tax dAe l to Issue. In
ounly shall have at least one Reprmntaive. laws have not been with law. SaId accordance NOTICE office anil. has made application for tax deed
The Governor shall by special! memmaeeach that prohibition smbraeea the). fol10..ln" I .
10 Issue In accordance with law Said certificate
[> Itouiie at the appropriate session of be but this deeerlhe) property situated In Brail
he Legislature. direct the attention or each enforced as! they ought to ford sonnty. Florida U>.w1t tHoulh embrncea the following lands In Hrsx1foril >

louse to the provisions of this amendment does not affect the right or- wrong of Half of N 420 ft of Northeast Quar. Notice In hereby given that district the .Issuance County of lorlda.aald' certificate asHessM at In the the date of
nd if the Levlslature that shall meet A. D.: ter of Southeast Quarter. fW 34. Tp. 7. 8. K name.hereinafter ) \
\u25. or any succeeding Leslslsture that shall! prohibition itself. In our opinion legalizing a .:., 10 ......... The said ,land bnlnaasamUHl registration| vlltcers/ for Bradfordcounty | particularly.. set forth _..It' ." A'
Ortlllcate) N 214 embraces] the H H4 ...
met every ten there after shall! refuse at the date of the. Issuance of such certificate have been follows -
years the sale of beer anti, wines In the of Unknown. appointed as of the following described piece nf land to-
r fail in the
to name '
apportion the representation wit : n..t. .point 210 (15 of NW (::0. of "
*nate and in the House of; Representatives aslerein would not lessen, but would Increasethe ITnlese said eertirtuate. shall be redeemed ..- : I Northwest. Quarter of Houtheast Quarter A I ,
provided.. It chili be the duty of the Cording to law. tax deed will .Issue thereon Precinct No. 1 Ernest H. run H 7 lff-100 chains. R II Hl-IUO .,halns. N
in liquor l ( Ijtwtey
overnor to convene the Legislature In Spe- Illegal traffic strong on the 11th day of OCtOIA.. D. 1922. 7 90-100 chains. W II 81-100 chains to .besrln.nlntf .
ial _Ion for the purpose of making SUCKpportionment. and probably narcotics also and makeit Witness my nfTclal slvnaturv. and anal. this Well I In Northwest. Quarter ef "'njtheaat (Juar 'IiI
and by public proclamationnd the 4th day of Kept. A. D im.O. .. "' .... 0 r
I'reclnct No. 2 Starlie north) J. i :29. Tp. .. R. tt I assess.ed i
communication to each House to directhe even more difficult to enforce the W. ALDERMAN. ( ( Unknown. ,

f this attention of saab. House to the provisions. against them. If prohibition is 9.S.A..III.IRII Clerk CircuIt Court. P. Kickliter. I Unless said aertlncata shall he redeemed. .
amendment. laws I .! according* to 'law tax deed will ,Issue thereon I
Bee. 2. That any and .11 provisions of the We Our Own Lenses Precinct No. 3 Starke (south) J. ''on
lonstltutlon in conflict with thim! provision bed right, it should be enforced. If wrong NOTICE APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED grind I the 11th day of September" A. D. IVlt.I 1Witness
official signature and seal I this
the same are hereby repealed. let it be repealed. And if prohibition UNDER HErriON 7$ SlY THE I W. Morgan. I 10th day of my August A U. I i3G.
,The vot-a eaat In-oompllance;' with said procacd Is right it is unworthy of organized Notice Is GENERAL hereby given STATUTES that O. W. And.-._. Precinct No.4.' Graham C. B. Rob- Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford. W. ALDERMAN County; : Eleride. '

amendmenta. and the canvass declare.on. it the ground that purchaser of Tax Certificate 1'1' ,.. 10/i. il.it.I erts. I ,
and return. thereof shall be subjected labor to oppose on the 2nd day of August A. D. 1921h... fli-d I Florida.. CI'rtcinct 'Sealt 611811stNOTI'X
,. the same regulation and restrictions! as are its revocation will create more Jobs said eertifleate In my office and hsa made I No. 6, Hampton A. A.
ovlded by law for general elections In the Plieatlonor tell deed to ...... In iweordance" ... FuU-h. OP APPLICATION FOIL TAX: "HEEDVUDKH. '
.te of FlorIda.IN. for idle men. Labor should stand unflinchingly with ,law. Said eertlflcate) embraeee I
the following I HKI TION 671 OP THKUKNKHAL
TESTIMONY WHEREOF.hand for the right for In the .'""'f'tr1'' Property situated In Bradford COFFINS & CASKETSAnd Precinct No.6. Thereixa C. A. I : STATUTES
I have hereunto set my County. Florida
to-wltl I Notice. Is hereby given that L. II. MaGIlLpurehaser .
and affixed the Oreat Seal of it has all to lose by uphold- South Half of Northeast Quarter You n"blood. I
long run of South. I' I of Tax Certificate No. 2HM dated

the Slat. the of Florida.Capital at thla Tallahassee the ing wrong even for temporary /gain." .a east_.Quarter. S... 23. Tp. S 8 R 2O Cast 20 a Full.rc'Line ofUnJtrlik Precinct No.7, New River, C. M. I the.2nd certificate day of In August in,, office A. U. '::10'hI' haa* made flle.1said I'
twenty-fifth .day, of luly A. D. "The fact remains that the young The said land haley UiemaMi at the' > date of Phillips. application for tax deed In Issue In a.eord.I ..
1922. the issuance of suet, eertlllnt. In the I'I anus with law. Said' certificate embrace the
name Precinct No. 8 Brooker D.; W. Ha-
not _
the generation are llte.rtek.
4-Ut.lt-3 State.fJiOTICR men of present Unl"M said' ertiacate BEARSE fifllowlna described pn>perty. altuateil In lira l-
Secretary of drinkers the hall he redeemed aMordlasr to law.. ta. deed zen. I ford .....nt". Florida. _..IU
learning to be says :ilIiemu.thr.a" ?!" the *** clay 01 Uolober.Wltn. Always on h.oH. Th. belt Mfrii I Lot 4 Mention 21, 'j'",. II South Range tt p.'
TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS Tribune. "Some few A. D Book will be open in each district Rest. 84 acree..
UAII persons Indebted of fieorireHileich. Goldfield ( Nev.) ... at the ........, pric*-. 8p.- I
to the estate m" "J1"11 denature anti meal| this from September 4 1922 to and Including t The said land being assessed at the date
late of Bradford County. Florida. be but not many. Every the 8th day of of I
of them may September. A. I D. 1923: deJ eUeotioa to Ulccraph orenu the Issuance of such certificate In the nameof ,
Vis i said, are reqneeteil to pay their said debt. o. W ALDEIcotAN. October 14, 1922. 0-l-2t Unknown. II
forthwith' ld.ta:1: a penona having claimsaerainet man who runs an industrial I'll- 15SH.19' Clad i l Circuit Coqrt, RgUUr Embalmer. .. Unles said certificate shall be redeemed aceimtlnsT .
snail flle the same, dulyiBDthMltieaud. + .to law tax deed' will .Issue thereonon
, with the undersigned adminisftratrlx fhe QulnuM 7Ut: Dot Mot Affect 'If- HttJIWanvi A. U. IWi.
r within on. year from date hereof or Cbldsi: Cause tirip and influenza DeWTIT C. JONES hJb.tr.ft.rr'i: : ;: and seal thia I,
they will .b.. forever barred. Another. Kexall)) 1 cent sale.at of its tonIc' mil /la.Mlvs> ."...t. I .At. the lAth day of August A. D 1022. '.
.. Dated title llth day of August. 1922. LAXATIVE BROMO OUIWNETibleU. incause. MitchelJ'H Drug Store STARKE FLA Till t, UROMO QUININE ((1._.) can be taten O. W. ALDERMAN.
l MRSMAI BRYAN. Tnei la only m. "2-ire. (luWke. Sept. II, by any.m: without) rsuslnJ. n.-rvuusnes or rlniimn' Clerk Circuit Court Bradford .;....n.". Florida. I

Administratrix......I. .of the Estate!: of Ceo"UHtClJ SeWeieh.- C. W. GROVE'S ejeaamrs) no bo*. 30s. 13; and 16th. ,,\ .n in Ibis cj. E.WGEUVV a .on boa. lIt' [ (!Seal) l-lll-tt-V-lt ,




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SUfiI' I :

:::--==-:;--* Brooker, Sept.-!8.-G. B. Colson and lMen's #"

son, Resale, and Troy Andreu .spent \ i ii i

County Items 1 1latere.tln Wednesday in Gainesville. and 'l1' "
News home
Several enjoyed 11\ social] at the I'

of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone Tuesday / '

; W"-;: night. YoungMen's
the and little daughterof
Facts Gathereur \ !Mrs. J. G. Kelly s

i i Regular Correspondents. Gainesville, spent the latter part of Fine All Wool a ,

t -- last week here with friends.T. .

l i i'I J--IlrwI----_.-.__...._...-.-----_ C. Hazen was In Alachua Fri T
i- : =
't = -
day on ness.
\'I: ; LAWTEYLawtey I I LAKE BUTLEU I Carl and Roswell Ward;- of Jacksonville Fall and

L\ itM ; 'I. --- spent the week-end here ntth"S
Miss Mac
Sept. -
Sept. $.--blrs.'Pearl' Jones Lake Butler, ; borne of their mother, Mrs. T. P.
McKinney, of Guilford<.1, visited relatives ,
left for :Fort Myers Thursday Word.
\ she. has accepted a position as school here Sunday. Dr. Bishop, of Alachun, was a professional Winter
: r f \ teacher. The little baby of Mr. and Mrs Raleigh visitor here Friday after 7

i I i ; Dennison died at heir home on .
I Lamar Black, of Jacksonvilo, spent of aftera noon.
Tuesday morning pneumonia the weekendthe
P.I.! Barefoot spent
and 0
his ,
with parents
Sunday here illness. The interment was .
> week's in Plant City.E.
1, I guest of relatives
1. '/'i( Mrs W. B. Black made at Swift Creek. S. Galney, of Plant City, was a
visitor to
} Mrs. J. J. !McLeod was a
!i : Jesse Vining spent a few days in visitor to our town Sunday. ,

; i Jacksonvile Wednesday.Godwin spent the Jacksonville this week.R. Prof. L. B. Pinholater] spent the Clothing/ "
\ 1IillsInrlCuerite!
i \
j \ in Starke. : J. Andrews, of Miller, motoredto week-end with relatives] atLaCrosse.
week-end with friend
J.. II 1 attended the meeting of Lake Butler Tuesday. Mrs. S, V. Andreu and children, Ru-
( i L. 11. Hill i
I \ the county commissioners! in Starke !Mark Tomlinson, of Johnstown, was dolph and Louise, spent the vcek-cnd)

;' greeting/ friends here Monday.Mrs. at Alachua at the home of her mother -

:Monday. Dan Knight is visiting her L. L. Cone.
+ Mrs.
of Anthony -
'j ) Mr. and Mrs. Bert Padgett,
t I' are guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. daughter, Mrs. Cason, of Lake City. DeWitt C. Jones, of Starke, was a "Hand Tailored with care

I Harry Long, of Five Mile, motoredto visitor here Friday afternoon. ,

Padgett. and Mrs. J. Lake Butler Saturday.J. Mrs P. M. Barefoot and daughter For Appearance
A son was born to Mr.
4 i W. Darber Friday. S. Howard, of Dukes, motored to and Mrs. R. L. Osteen spent Saturday ,

Lake Butler Monday afternoon shopping in Starke. ,
A. M. Blanchard, Henry Durney, and Wear"The i
Again the death angel l has visited Mrs. Jno. Shriver and son, Lewis,

chitdren:: our town and has removed from our : WI'\l' visitors to Starke Friday after

\ midst one of its oldest citizens, Mr. i

I .I Sunday.Carr Colley and sinter, !Miss Lois, Joe Townsend, who died at his home I noon.Mrs.. Anna G. Murrhee, of Starke, One STARKE ,

with Monday morning. The funeral services spent the week-end here with her FLORIDA
.t of Starke, spent Sunday here Price Store
s I Whitchead. were conducted by Rev. Proctor At mother, Mrs. S. J: Kelly.

I their aunt, Miss Rebecca I the home. Interment at D"klu ceme- Schocl opened Monday with a good
Max Wimberly, of Highland] was
;t I I tery Tuesday morning.! ." attendance Wm. Craig, of Sandersonis
here Sunday.
d \, Mr. and Mrs George Anderson visited 'Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Townsend, of principal, Mrs. L. C. Hazen, first as-

1 1, Georgia, attended the funeral] of their sistant, Miss Eunice Hazcn, second as-

1 f \ relatives in Starke Sunday. father, Mr. Joe Townsend. sistant and Miss Thelma] Thomas will C. HODGES
t Ossie Prevatt was transacting business -
4 Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dennison, of have charge- of the primary grades. JLl.
Starke Saturday.
9 i, ; Dukes, were guests of Mr. and !Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster were ---
Griffin of Highland, --- -
1 I Jeff and Paseo -- --"- "---
Dick !Monday. in Hampton Saturday.
motored to Lawtey Sunday MILLERMiller GRAHAM
\ I The Woman's Missionary Societymet Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, of HAMPTON
Jeff Uoberts, Lois Roberts, and Buddy -
Starling were visitors to Starke Wednesday afternoon at 5 p. m, Starke, were in our town Friday af- Sept. 8.-Furman Stokes, of Graham, Sept. 8.-Messrs. Wi,>
j I :Miss Marshall Proctor, presiding ternoon. Hampton, Sept. 8.-Mrs. Ollie
i St. Peterburl.spent several days Jones, Geiger Barry and Tim Mill
{ f Monday. I I Rev. Shultz, of DeLand, filled the Misses Lorene Hazen and Lottie Pierce, of Lulu, is the guest of her
r and week.O. were business callers to the
1 I Missos Mary Boyer, Joyce with his parents last count
pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday Cainey left Saturday afternoon for parents, !Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Bedeiv ,
I I Claudia Terry are going to Bradford B. Clark and son, Albert] of Ellisville seat Monday.
morning and evening. lawtey where they will teach in the' baugh, this week.
School Starke, during the present Sun Dr. Parks, of Starke hen
i High Freeman ISmith returned Monday Lawtey school this term. P. J. Pearce and family were visiting were in this community was '
term. business Tuesday.
_ } l from a visit to Palatka.] Mesdames E. M., G. W. and A. A. out of town Tuesday. day.

ry i I Miss Iris Epperson, of Starke, was I Col. A. S. Crews, of Starke, motored Hazen spent Wednesday shopping in Miss Eva Williams left this week B. E. Brown made a business trip !Messrs. Will and Elmo Brown am

I a visitor here Sunday. j to Lake Butler Monday. Starke. for South Florida.] She has accepted r a to Lake Butler Saturday sisters, Misses Reba and Rhoda, >Ii

r j Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and, J. B.of Urie Brown and Lester Jenette, of G. B. Colson has been very ill for ,I position in the public school at Venus: !' Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Driggers and Watermill, attended the pilau at ths

( Jr.,. and of Jacksonville' Mrs. A. M., were Blanchard guests Sun- ]I IlIfr. I I Miller, entered school here Monday the past few days with influenza, but i where she taught ]last year and will I family, of Lake Butler, were !guests home of Miss Bunti Graves Tueada-'

I I I morning.. at this writing\ some better. ,, begin work real] soon. |lof Mr. and !Mrs N. II. Stokes Sun- night..
and Monday
dp y Thede of :j I Prof. Dewey Pinholster] of Providence Messrs. H. S. and L. O. Hazen andC. Miss Emma Johnson has accepted a day. Truby Dyal spent the day Tues a
1 Mr and Mrs Herman ,
'!i attended the school] openinghere E. Crosby spent Saturday on busi- position as clerk and bookkeeper in Stroud of Bronson visited on business in Gainesville.
.laeksonvile, spent Sunday and !Monday \ j Roy .
with Mr. and Mrs R. R. Thede. I I Monday. i ness in Gainesville. G. I.'. Young's dry goods store. 'I I friends in this section Sunday. Gentry Gail was a business visi'

', Mr. and: Mrs. Eprie Spires, of Mid- Marvin Hazcn was a visitor to Law- I Mrs. W. E. Allgood, who has been to Alachua Sunday.
afternoon they motored to I goodly number from, here attended
i i way, motored to Lake Butler Monday tey Saturday.Mr. | visiting relatives] in Boyton, Va., has: I / of Louise
Kinsley,; lake. the annual meeting of the Primitive Charley McKinney, A
I morning. and Mrs Jno. Crews and son, returned to her home here. x "
i I
business.Mr. .
Triiby WlllU was transacting business I Baptist at New Hope Sunday I here Friday on
I j Mrs\ Willard Parker and charming Clyde, of Luke Butler, spent the weekend Earl Middleton, of Starke, was r a
in Jacksonville Wednesday. I :Mrs Marion Waters, of Brewster, : and !Mrs. Tommy Wasdm
-B i I laughter, Miss Thelma] of New River here at the hamof\ J. J. Mor business visitor here Monday.
4 Miss Lena Friego returned to Ja<'kBonville ill visiting relatives in this commun- Waldo, spent Friday with her moth,
1 i were in town Monday. Miss Thel- Rev. Burke, of Waldo, preached '
Monday. after spending a gan.Mrs. ity. | Mrs O. W. Dyal, who is ill ,
: i! ma will attend school] here this term. C. M. Saucer, of Baldwin, is t the Methodist church Sunday. His very

week] with relatives) ]here | Mrs J. ,V. Townsend and children here on a visit with her parents, !Mr. subject was, "Is the World Growing ,!, Miss Neta Blair was the guest of ',' this time.

R. B. Moselcy and\ \V II Burt were His to ex Misses Thelma and Maude ,Blair, of i Rev. Barnes and wife have mot \ ,"
returned Sunday from< Orange and Mrs J. E. demons.G. Better or Worse. ability i( ::

a i transacting business in Hawthorne on :Springs::: where they have been visiting I W. Andreu, of New River, was plain and compare made. \ the subject Lake Butler, last week. ''I I t to our burg and he will be prin.'m ,

r Saturday. for several] weeks. ) transacting business here Saturday very interesting. : Miller school opened Monday' with' of the school.]
f Clay Hill, was a visitor '
r Fred Lang
Miss Estelle Rosenberg returned afternoon !Mr.\ and Mrs. B. Haynes, Winter Mrs. Edith Bielling as principal, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Moore and 'inn!I 1, '

here Sunday here from a visit to Orange Springs/ Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Foxworth and children Haven, arc guests of his parents, Mr. Miss Mabel Blair, assistant. ,ter, of Theressa, were here Satuiu';"
J. I. Dubogp, of Starke, was
where she was the guest of Miss of Jacksonville, spent the weekend and Mrs. O. Haynes. Mr. Haynes i ill; Mr.\ and !Mrs J. J.. Bielling, of Prov- ,,Miss Moore wIll' be one of the !I"i

Wednesday.The, revival. meeting at Grace :Methodist I Christine Townsend !. here with relatives.Mr. assistant postmaster at Winter Haven i i ide-nce, passed through here Sunday. : mary teachers "

I church which began August 27, Miss Alma Shaw, of Madison Is the and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and and always] prefers to spend hia: j Olson Thomas made a business trip' Mrs Equilla Dixon left Thur-ii ,

I' guest of Mrs.\ Con Coleman] this week. son, Paul, Blanche and Louise Crews I summer vacation among friends here. i to Lake Butler Saturday.i for Dayotona, where she wil Itearh rh I

closed Sunday evening.of Jacksonville,I The Lake Butler school] opened on motored to Columbia Springs Sunday, Ira Pinholster, of Brooker, was a i I Alma] Douglass returned home '' fall\ tern of school. .'
t ] James Sumlay and Monday\ with hparents I Monday\ at 0 o'clock. Mrs. A. C. oCtf'I'noJn.1HsRe business! visitor here Friday.Mr. Tuesday, after a three weeks' visit 'I Miss Gravy Fogg left Saturday f',"

spent Mr. and, Mrs. B. I). Brown i Strkklnnd, president of the Woman's !! Vera and Roea'.Surrency were and Mrs. J. V. Jones visited, : with relatives in Jacksonville.T. I III. 1 I Live Oak, where she is principal ">f

I II Club, gave the welcome] address. Remarks '!, here( Friday] enroute to Cedar Key! friends and relatives at Lake City on Rimes was a business visitor'' the high school.

1 ing. were enjoyed from O. L. Mi- 'j' Miss Vera will teach in the Cedar Sunday. to Gainesville Wednesday. I Prof. J. I. Ogden will teach rh I
'1'' Lonnie Prescott of Clay lull was a
Lawtey Monday I zelle, Prof. Osteen and P. M. Pad-1'I I Keys school] this term and her sister Muldleton, of Starke, was a professional Murray Thomas was in Lake Butler Sampson school this term.
to I
visitor Pora Clark and Mrs. Hattie gett. Every teacher was present and,Will attend school.J. visitor here this week. on business Saturday. Wiley Edmondson, .Sampson. has ,\

::1 Miss shopping in indications are that we will have a'i' C. Cone and son, Clyde, were visitors Mr. and, Mrs. C. E. Harper were I !Mrs. Hiers and laughter, !Mrs 1 accepted) a position here. I
Watvroak were
Black of }
successful year to Gainesville Thursday. the guest of friends in Alachua coun Hatchell, of Jacksonville, are visiting LeRoy Wasdin and Miss Leta PogvI t

town' Saturday. Mrs. Dan Harrell and the !Mr. and Mrs Drew Reddish\. of I tbI
left !Monday for son are ty Sunday. ; here this week. I left Sunday for Lawtey, where "
E. D. Boyer
guests of Mrs. A. C. Strickland.] Starke, were visitors here !Sunday at Mrs. M. L. Andreu and children, of I I will teach school.] \

Anthony the where he will church assist in a thu series pastor Messrs. John Hnnna, Gordon Herndon the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cv Cone. Leesburg, are at the bedside of Mrs. I HIGHLAND l! Gentry Call spent Sunday in Stark* ;'
of Baptist 0
week. I and Brady Mizelle left Monday' Miss Marguerite Shriver, who' has! Andreu's mother, Mrs. T.I.! Hagan, on business.
for two
revival services
of in for Orlando. been spending a while here with her who Is very ill at this writing. I Highland, Sept. 8.-:Messrs. Chas. i -
of Maxville, was
Edward I I Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle] and son, Henry : parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Shriver, Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Jones, of Tam Thornton and J. L. Briggs, of Jacksonville j NEW RIVER
i town R'ednesday.Mlle Jr., returned Friday from Salt has returned to Starke, where she will pa, were guests of Misses Mary and i were business visitors here r
Griffis a party
Pearl gave I
J evening in honor of Miss El- I j: Springs teach the third /grade in the. Bradford Ada Nimmo this week. I Wednesday. j New River, Sept. 8.-Mrs. D. Connor }'

Tuesday Jacksonville. Thoso I Mrs. T. J. Dekle] and family moved High School this! term. Rev. A. S. Jones, of Lake City, will I Mrs. J. A. Starling returned Wednesday I{ and daughter, Miss Lula Mae, re
of ,
nora Bennett, Arthurine I to Starke this week whero they will D. M. Malphurs] returned home Monday \ preach at the Baptist church Sunday. : from a visit with relatives in turned to their home in Hastings af ''
present were, Kathleen I, make their home. after a visit with relatives 'at: R. L. Birt and family were guestsof Starke. j ter spending several days with friend
Whitehend Blanch
t Blanchard, Eunice Howe Russell Hewitt, of Worthington, is Tampa. friends and relatives in Alachua i| !Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lang were here. .
r Elizabeth and Beatrice ,
Burney, Bennett, William Godwin, the guest/: of Mr. and Mrs\ John Ervin I Among those in Starke Monday; county Sunday. | visitors to Lawtey Wednesday I Mr. and Mrs P. S. Crews, of Lake ;

Hubbard Mildred Barley, St. Clair Harley, Dekle] and will attend school here : were B. F. Hazen, IL P. Gainey, A. A. Misses Vera and Rosa Surrency, of I Mrs D. L. Rigby and children Mattie l Butler, visited relatives here Saturday rand -

Loadholtz] this term. Hazen and Carl Ward. Brooker, were guests of Miss Ada Belle and D. L. Jr., spent several Sunday. t'

Lawrence Dinkins Pearl, Everett Griffis and El- Mary forum returned Saturday Mrs. II.. C. Clemons and son, Eever-; Nimmo Friday. I days here last week with her parents,, I Lester'Crosby' and Warren Kelley.
1 Johnnie Bennett. ,Cake, lemonade and evening from a visit with friends in ett, of Miami, are here on a visit with Our school] opened here Monday. Mr. and Mrs J. T. Marr. I of Starke, attended the party here on

- { nora was Palatka.] relatives.] Attendance is fair but we expect to I F. M.\ Crews and J. E. Bohannanwere Saturday night.
I nerved. The evening
fudge. were Sirs\ Dan Johnson has moved into The many friends of Miss Octavla+ have a full attendance soon. business visitors to Starke Sat Rev. Charlie Smith, of Graham, fill-

enjoyed by all. and the house vacated by !Mrs T. J. De Andreu are glad to know she Is able 1 The faculty consists of Prof. W. O. urday. ed his appointment here Sunday.
Graham Boyd '
Mr. and Mrs. Sunday kle. to he home again affer an operation 1 I Duval, Mrs. II. B. Weest and Miss Cecil I Mrs. Lillie Wilkinson and Miss !May l I Among those who attended the party .
'of spent
daughter., Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Sunday at at Smith's Hospital, Jacksonville. She 1 I Hall, who have already proven Wilkinson left Saturday for Putnam at the home of Jesse Cason Satur-

I here.The school began its fall Lake City, preaching Sunday morning returned home Monday.A their ability by successful work in the I I Hall for a visit with relatives.Mrs. ] I day night were Misses Jessie Dowling
i Lawtey
Monday with a largo very delightful picnic was enjoy 1 school prior to this. The teachers Chas. George and son, of Law. ( Alphie and Ona Hodges, Gladys and
i and winter term present. Excr- Rev. G- W. S. Ware was greeting Wednesday evening at Hampton' took charge with every chance of tey, visited relatives] here last week,, Maud Crews, !Mr. and Mrs. U. D.
number of its patrons friends in town Thursday. Beach the folks of our town!: i Odell\
with by Rev. by you 1l success. returning home Monday. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp,

'ciaos were opened A fter prayer Rev E. !Math Dukes, of Five Mile, was a A bountiful supper was served and' Mrs. I. W. Pinholster] of Green I i Ellis McCormick, Manning! held Harrell, and ,sister of LaCrosse, Mr

C. J. Hammitt. prayer Postmaster business visitor to Lake Butler !Monday boating and swimming was enjoyed' Cove Springs, is the guest of !Mrs.. services at the Baptist church Saturday and !Mrs. J. J. Thomas, Messrs. Howard -

i D. Boyer, Trustee Harley] interest- morning until a late hour. Those participating! ;!:' Idella Priest this week. l night and Sunday morning.R. I Thomas, Lester Crosby, Warren
W. H. Biggs and gave which if Dr. J. M. Mann is on- the sick list were Misses Mantf' Andrea Lorope,,> Miss :Mary Thigpen, who has the ..L. Crews spent the week-end at Kelly, Ernest Norman', Hubert Rouse,
j inn): talks] and suggestions, of the this week. Eunice and Ella Mae Hazen, Clara 1 Hampton Pharmacy in charge, spent Hampton with his family. Charlie'Smith.

i carried out, will make this one The faculty Mrs. Jesse Vining is ill at her homeon Cone, Myrta Morgan, Marguerite'I the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Miss Winifred Wimberly and II. C. I !Mrs. B. J. Sapp left Saturday for
terms ever.
most profitable of Prof. Main street.A. Shriver, Inez Abernathy, Messrs. Lu-' Thigpen, of Gainesville.Cecil Wimberly, Jr., motored to Starke Saturday Hastings where she will be the guestof

Is under the management E. Proctor attended a school of clan, Marvin, Harley and Fred Hazen,> !Moore, of Theressa, entered I relatives.Mr. .
Ernest Thomqucst, of T.Starke Moore, of instruction held by Grlndlaster! F. Lewis Shriver and R. A. Weeks. school here Monday. J. M. Byrd and C. M. Click, of Jacksonville and Mrs. Royal George, of

assisted by Mrs.Hazen James and Fogg of G. ,Scott of Fort Meade, at Sapp. Tom Chastain, of Lake Butler, was Prof. II. B. Wiggins, of Starke, has were transacting. business in Starke, visited C. A. Johns here Sun

Lawtey, Misses !Marvin Duggar, of St. Augustine, transacting business here Thursday' been a visitor here this week. town Friday.Mr. .
Miss Gainey, of Gra- day.1liu
r Brooker, and 135. was greeting friends here last week. afternoon. j and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Miss Onie Rivers left Monday for

ham. The enrollment was Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son, !Maurice\ Subscribe for the Telegraph and get Winifred Wimberly, II. C. Jr., and Starke where she will be the guest.

Mr. and Mrs.\ I. A. Marr were shopping of Five Mile, visited relatives] here Cascade Linen pound paper, 2:, i all the news. W. M. Wimberly were visitors to Mid- of friends and relatives. .

ft in Starke Monday. Monday.Mr. pounds for lie on the Recall le _. dleburtf Sunday. .

Klenzo Dental Creme, lance and Mrs. A. C. Strickland and I sale Sept. 11, 15, 16th, at Mitch, To Cure a Cold In One Day Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter and Miss Piles Cured In 6 to 14. Days

the daughters, Mildred and Ella Mae, attended ell's Drug Store. I QUININE(T.bkrtO' of DruiUtliU' rend!' money If PAZOOINTMENTftiH. l
size two tubes for Sic on Take tAXATWE BROMO Louie Belle Carter, Lawtey were {erar.ltrh/nr. "J\J\> services at Sardis church Sun- th |h and wnrh boir'J'ylre h' .. .,.... ..... a
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lc sale Sept. 11, 15, W CPOVC uu orh ',0; visitors here Tuesday. ,. ...
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