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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 15, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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t .. I ME FORTY-FOUR. STARRED FLORIDA. FR IDAY, SEPTEMBER: 13, 1)22.!) NUMBER "1W rLVL. <* ,

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I THE TOWN ELECTION:'; FEAR RULES: PROBE: Of HF.ItljINMASSACRE I I1
f HYSLER
TOM SR. !I OFFICERS SURPRISE STRIKERS : -1 I i SHIPPING BOARD

I Andrews, Griffin; and RobinxonThoHen: I _

KILLED KY{ UNKNOWN I i I For-Aldermen I ATTEMPT TO DYNAMITE TRESTLE UnionlinerR Under:. Eyes, Why of I t'dl'rllljt'ntR May bo Indicted ; RIDS ITSELF OF

!I I The town election Tue (day was .. ,
I quiet as usual. Yet it was! not the -- t Fear has scaled the lips of men and '

ASSASSIN I apathetic and perfunctionary proceeding TWO CAPTURE! AND TWO ESCAPED. .1 bridge. Securing several deputies, all ( women in Williamson county, (II., and WAR TIME SHIPS

i similar elections have been for HUT AhE KNOWN:'; TO of them armed with revolvers and 'I the special grand jury, meeting at ,

years. For while only three aldermen AUTHORITIES high powered guns, he went to the 'Marion: is finding it difficult to secure

u EMPLOYED: ) NEAR BALDWIN were to be elected, there were bridgft.....an hour before the scheduled n great deal of information regardingthe 22(1( VESSELS BUILT AT A COST > ,

\S NIGHT' WATCHMAN FOR five candidates-something very un time for-iho arrival of the alleged fatal mine rioting at Herrin, when OF( too.oio.ooo: ) SOLD FOR im
Deputies Fight Gun Rattle With Dynamite -
>JrLlS& LYTLE KOADCAMP: usual. The votes cast for each candidate strikers. 22 strike breakers were I shot down in SUM: OF( $730,000: ) tip
at Six Mile Creek Span on
for office was UK follows: Assigning the deputies to different I Colt ietlrcady. blood. With several indictments .
the Atlantic Coast Line Uailrond-
W Hysler, Sr., 40! former depicnff For mayor-C. L. Peek, 18)! I.I. ) positions in the vicinity of the span, returned, however, state and Washington, Sept 12.-The shipping -
TwoIade: Cet In Swamp, but
under W. II. Dowling, and For aldermen-.1. W. Andrews, Jr., Relieved -away Wounded Two they waited until tho automobile ar-I federal authorities assert! that a "sec board today got rid of Its!! "white
One Badly -
mown in the Whitehousc and 172; J. F. Colley, (90)(I; T. J. {;rimn, Captured Striking Seaboard rived and the fuse was Ignited before ret borvice agent is guarding/ the front elephant."

r, I. 'm sections of Duval county, was 131 I ; D. C. Jones, (H; J. C. Robinson, Shopmen. are they made their presence known. I and back doors of every suspect," Tho great fleet of wooden vessels, i

,md instantly killed by an un- I I 115. While hiding! beneath the bridge, showing that the chief suspects) in the conceived during the war as a means

ussassin at the Inglis & Lytle For clerk and collector-C. A. Jacksonville, --r,Sept. 13.-One rail- three trains, two of them passenger I mine war are under close watch. of rapidlY \bridging the Atlantic, was

i Instruction camp, near Baldwin I Futch, 171. road striker was stunned by a bullet trains, passed over the bridge. Others The .hesitancy to testify before the knocked down at private competitive M ,

05 o'clock Sunday morning. I For assessor-C. A. Knight, 03:!; N. and arrested, another apprehended I were scheduled to pass over the span grand jury indicates that ho situation mile to George D. Perry of San Fran

'ivsler! had been employed at the I). Wainwright, 117. and more than twenty shots exchanged I during the night. will be even more tense when the cisco. The price-$7!>0,000 for 226 yt c

', as night watchman the past For marshal-Silus Kite, 178. last niiiht at 11:15: o'clock between : During the tiring/ between the dep- accused men lire brought: to trial. The vessels, nil but ten of the entire wooden i

> weeks and was killed as he lay I The voting resulted, majorities four I strikers and county officers when : uties and strikers! Deputy Shackle- : investigation Is proceeding/ In the fleet-wns considered a bargain all

i cot in the commissary by a I for tho candidates for aldermen who surprised in an attempt to dynamitethe ford rushed to the end! of the spun and 1 midst of n reign of terror. At least : evidenced by spirited) bidding which ,

.' of buckshot, fired from a shot- i had not before served on the board. Six: !Mile creek trestle of the At- removed the burning fuse just be- two witnesses refused I point blank to rapidly rAn the offers from n first bid

fhe side of his face was ('ntire"I I As the old members are personally lantic Const Line, north of Jackson- fore it burned to the dynamite. lie I s I testify, holding that they would incriminate I I of $ tollOOD( to $71)0,000vhiih) was accepted -

n away, the assassin escapinghe popular, the result must be taken as ville. put out .,he small (flame with his! ftu- I themselves.) Noble Bell, of by Chairman! Lasker and, other N 1

building immediately after ; expressive only of a desire to have hour gers. Johnston City, refused to testify, saying members of the shipping board. The to
(I County officers up to an early I
; cal! shot. The muzzle of the gun !. tuxes more equably adjusted.IN ., this morning;; were stilj searching for Four Slicks of Dynamite thAt counsel for the mine workers : wooden fleet was!! built ht, a post of approximately
neld close to Hyslcr's head, as. hud told him he could not be compelled $300,000,000.( ) 'i
two men in Moncrief who escaped! after Besides the ignited stick, three others -
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the wadding from the shell was YELLOW GARB I,I to give information. When the bids reached the sum of
I emptying their Runs at the deputy were found. They were to be us-
imn..'ided in the gruesome wound in sheriffs One of the men Is believedto ed, but the surprise prevented the I I Unions Made an issue $()2.:>,OOD, !Mr. Lnsker called tho board, ti '

i I' 'e. An \b'y-gonc) days SUiikc was often be wounded and Is hiding in a strikers from Betting them off. Four Every day the grand jury is! findingit : which ,sat In at the sale, into executive ,t7
Heard Shot painted red. Now it is yellow. A kind session! to determine whether the sale _.
Lapirre swamp near the trestle. caps and some fuses were also taken. difficult to extort the truth. Men y
of weed which the small boys! call tangle The four the authorities said sufficient the fear of should 1)0 rpntinued on the unit basis ;
< Lapirre, 30, another night man, men, The amount of dynamite was are pitiably confessing 1
weed, because its close growth impedes Seaboard strikers. entire end of the lose of life livelihood if or in lots The former course was accepted -
nh nas in the commissary with IIl.r are to destroy the or property
nut at the far end of the building their running, has taken pos- Charles Goosby, 22, living in Lack- trestle, causing a train, if one should : it ever becomes known that they gave and the bidding from then was

and separated from Hysler by a session of town, until every vacant awannaji is lodged in the county jail, paths after the explosion, to fall into evidence that led to indictments. They largely betw'I'nIr.! Perry and the

partition, heard the shot, and turning! space formerly covered with grasses still dazed by the bullet that whizzedby the creek from tho embankment, fifteen ask' the grand, jury to "have n heart" Dravo Contracting Compuiy, of Pittsburgh I

quickly heard someone running! down is now yellow with the flowers of the the right side of his head. At firstit feet below, it was said. They recall to the farmer venirementhat The latter finally stopped at
weed, and the railway tracks! look like thought he had been wounded. at the their class Is $710,000! Mr. Perry's representativethen
the steps! of the building, which is el- i was Other deputies! kept guard while particular .1
long yellow ribbons. The flowers are E. Pearson '42 giving his address Florida trestle miners' favor the offered $7 OOOO.( )
and
vau-d six or seven feet above the ; Georgia Southern not dependent on ,
I as yellow as a Hearst newspaper and 112 Kings Road in the other onehl'lnA' Williamson is. Of the fleet, 217 vessels are wooden d'
.'round.' as only a short distance away. average/ man In county
..apirre stated when he reached the the leaves taste as! bitter as the reflections held in the county jail. He refused The two men will be held in the The prosecuting officials believe and nine lire of wood. and steel.'r

dean man on the cot, a few feet from of a defeated candidate. to discuss the arrest. county jail, pending n complete investigation there. is a tendency to make the Her- Two hundred. and eleven arc now at

ar doorway, the murderer had This bright yellow hue gives the Automobile SeizedA by the county authorities. rin investigation a "labor cause," Clarmont, Va., thirteen at Orange, C

lisappeared ipen in'the darkness. Hysler town a cheerful aspect, but otherwiseit Chevrolet automobile, said to be With their arrests last night other and style the men under arrest as Tex., and two at Beaumont, Tex. ';
is not apparent that the weeds do of the four is in One of the conditions of the sale ,
wa> probably killed instantly, as he owned by one men, arrests are expected to be made In the "martyrs to the cause of unionism. I ,
never uttered a sound after the shot either good or harm. Havirjg) coveredup the custody of tha' ountY, authoritiesand several recent attempts to blow up The halo of martyrdom thrown around wan! that they were not to be used for +

was nred. I the grass, they have damaged the is being held for Identification. bridges in this section.THEATRE Otis Clark, the miners' local 1 presidentwho transportation purposes us! steamships .: N
pastures and driven tho cows out In Four sticks of dynamite, about ten was escorted to jail by some of and that they would be dismantled 2

i !,,&pirre stated Hysler, who came to the woods, but we can stand that inches long, with fuses and caps, were PARTY tho most influential union men in Illinois within a reasonable time. ]

th ,'ommissary a few minutes before Milk cows owned by town people eat I found at the end of the trestle. One was further intended to create Chairman Lnsker said after tho sale tb ,
the shooting, stated he was ill, and the weeds at times and this gives the and 'death hI thought the successful bidder expected
i wan burning, defying Hollm Knight entertained a number the impression that unionism Is on the P
ladown upon the cot. Lapirre then milk a bitter taste Moral-Keep your Deputy Sheriff R. II. Shackleford of his friends at the Gaiety Theatre cross in Marion. to dispose of I ho ships ns scrap. f

walked to the other end of the building cows at home. From the very abundance jerked the fuse from the stick just as Tuesday evening. After seeing Additional federal agents have been -

ind had been standing there only of the weeds this year, there it was about to explode.The Shirley Mason In "Little Miss\ Smiles"the sent to !Marion and are ]keeping( close WOMAN'S: cum WILL GIVE CARNIVAL a
few minutes when he heard the dis-
M will probably he few of them next names of the two men who escaped jolly party returned to the homeof watch on suspects, it Was' said. As 1
immediately
hnree/ of the feet gun,down and the stairs. year, and then the cows will come the authorities! are said to be tho host, where they enjoyed cards fast as indictments are returned these \ -

aft'running hack. known and if they are not taken in until a late hour. men will be arrested, but, duo to the The Woman'H Club of Starke will\

Probably Not Asleep s custody this morning by the posse In At the close of the happy occasion surveillance, they will have no chanceto give a carnival on Friday, the 22nd

Apirre awake stated when hat the Hysler murderer was COUNCIL] ORDERS SIDEWALKS the woods, they will be apprehendedsome Mrs D. E. Knight, mother of the escape tho arm of law should they Inst., all of the attractions being conducted '

probably he had not BUILT time during the day. host, assisted by Miss Isabel Bullen, become suspicious State's! Attorney by home talent. Tho proceeds ) p
'entered the building, as
)beer the enough to' fall It was a little after 11 o'clock when served delicious\ pound, cake and, ice I Hrunduge of Illinois, In charge of the from the carnival will be applied on t
on cot long
,(pity council met in regular I session the headlights of the automobile was cream. The favors were dainty bou- investigation of the murders, asserts tho new club house fund, and the various -

asleep. after the shooting was with all members! present as follows: first seen by the county officers hiding tonnieres of pink geranium and fern, that the surveillance will continue until finance committees are In charge i j
Immediately
t ported' to the sheriff's office in Jacksonville DeWitt C. Jones, chairman, S. A. near the bridge. It rolled up to tied with ribbon. ..tho grand jury completes its work. of the affair.During .
rushed to the Bryan, J. F. Colley O. J. Griffin, J, within a short distance'of the trestle Those present were Misses Mar- the past week the venous a U

I.'t; officers investigation were of the W. White and the lights were turned'off. garet Long, Isabel Bullen, Ethel: Griffin !METHODIST: finance committees have arranged for try
cene to start 1
Minutes of last meeting were read Hidden beneath the trestle and in Audrey Johns, Madge Middleton, tho following carnival attractions, : t y?

murder. advices! and approved. the wools close by, the officers saw Messrs. Charlie Johns, Powell Car- Church going in u habit. Blessedare Mrs R.: E. Canova, chairman: Minstrel '

Long distance telephone hour Sunday Upon motion it was ordered that the four men separate and approachthe penter, Joe Wainwright, John Powell those whoso fathers and mothers show. Black face sketches. The

from Baldwin at an early that far council contract with D. Boree for span. Two of them walked! to the and the host, Hollis Knight. went tp churvh and took them. I hearso candy girl-sweet to everybody. The '
" effect so
to the
I morning were single sidewalk to be built in front of prop- northern end and the other two stood n- Hm'Kits express surprise at garden of Allah, beautiful girls Infancy
had been unable to pick a -
they up
erty of J. C. Hunt on Cull street within a few feet of the bridge. apparently C. OK C. MEETINGThe : i the I Vl .1 I not wanting to go to dances. Temple of wisdom
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of the i
!: clue as to the Identity mur
. The report of the bond trustees for waiting. 5'Best "jol and church. It doesn't have your palm read by the marvel t "
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[ t derer. The opinion was expressed who, the month of August was ordered fli- One stick was placed at the end of Ruby Davis! Chapter, Childrenof si) -\ne, because the person bus Egyptian: princess, past and future # jw
however in Baldwin that Hysler, M
the trestle within a few feet of the the homeof of about
met at
that ed. the Confederacy! sp) Jx'H on an average revealed. Chicken pilau stand. 1\
r had rather a stormy) career in Council adjourned to September 8, bulkhead. The fuse was lighted, andif the director, Mrs:* J. M. Alvarez, on.. \ IOnth. "I don't think it The tent of hallucination ,{,

i., section of the county, was standing.probably 1922. it had exploded, it would have Saturday afternoon. right a free my child to go to Sun !Mrs A. Z. Adkinn, chairman: Jup- m

killed by an enemy of long C. A. FUTCII, wrecked that portion of the span, the Miss Lucile Mitchell, I the capable day school and church, for when they nneso tea garden and 1 other attractions. ll ,
I ly 1Iv ler had figured in more than one
I Clerk. officers say. young president, presided in a truly grow "I|> they will hate it, and won'tgo .
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shooting affray. Commanded to Halt "grown-up" manner. The Chapterwill at all." No good logic. Why not I Mrs. D Witt C. Jones: Baby show,
I Ilysleys Well Known was detained in Tampa and could not The minute the fuse was lightedthe Confederate )history make
' 1 I study subjects In flay, "I don't think it right to I closing with giving away n baby. Tent
't The Hysler family is well known-- j arrive in Jacksonville yesterday. the four ran. One of the deputies Daughters of the when he I
oft and assist tho my child go to school, for for the sale of hot dog and coffee.
i particularly In the western part body was not buried yesterday afternoon to them to halt and not "
members haves yelled regarding Confederacy an their days of observ grows up he will hate education. Just Circus, with a grand! hippodrome ring;
Duval county-a'nd its as first announced. Services, the demand they opened fire. Sev-
father and
ance. as good logic. Listen, and wonderful actors. Also other at
always been regarded as stormy petreli. however will be held 1 this morning at the officers t
eral of
narrowly escaped towards .
obligations
: To meet their mother, which Is more Important, tractions. ...
:t Hysler l.'iP Isr I 10 o'clock in the little Yellow Water being hit.During. various funds! historical, memorial, your child's mind or your child's soul Mrs. S: I. Peek, chairman. A coun ..
: Besides his wife, Tom including cemetery. Hysler's body was taken their dash from the bridge, benevolent, nn well as to be al"Je to Services both morning and evening I try store. Fl h pond for tho children. "

'r survived by several children,number of Whitehouse.. yesterday morning a shot passed so close to Goosby's purchase necessary books of referencethe next Sunday. The pastor will preachIn I Cake sale. Also other delicious "eats" 1
Tom W. Hysler Jr., who a The Hysler family Is one of the head that it burned the flesh. lie fell
So
( wa's chapter needs to raise money. the morning from the teachings of I will be on flale.Community j
".' months ago tried on the Harvey charge best known in the western part of Du- to the ground, rolled over and lay still, they will sell sandwiches at school on the Master's great "Sermon on the : kitchen: Mrs. J. R. Davis J
of killing a young man named val county. Members of the family apparently killed, the officers first be and In the near who 1
, was Tuesdays and Fridays, Mount. Brother Thornqucst, chairman: Salad booth. A peddler ;
( in Whitehouse. Young Hysler and have figured in many difficulties near lieved. I future give an attractive play. traveled for some years under the auspices with bin wares. Other attractions.
convicted in the circuit court sentenced Whitehouse, one of the most erlo.usrecent'affairs Another one was apprehended be- the members received anti-saloon league will ,
At the meeting of the There will\ be a band with inspiringmusic
In ,
I to term of years prison being the killing of Allen fore he reached the swamp but two the beautiful official badge of tho preach for us In the evening. ; there will\ be hot coffee. and },

pending.i Harvey, a young farmer at White managed to escape the gun fire and C. of C., each member receiving one, Come. tea; there will be ice cream and cake,
house, some time ago by Hysler's I son, fled into the woods. The
was
stated) swamp the same being the gift of Mrs. L. A. to say nothing of chicken pilau and ,'
Later advices from Baldwin Tom W. Hysler, Jr.H'sler immediately surrounded and one of Davis. :.MURRIIEE SPREADING OUT hot dog -

the deputies! had scoured the woods Sr., during ,the summer of the men was heard scrambling thru In future will be held '
Baldwin The meeting Carnival opens at 4 p. m., Friday,
around
over a wide territory 100.T: cut to death William Simmons, the bushes. in each month. Upon From the New SmyAiu Breeze we 1t

.... the assassin the first Saturday on the lot just south of J. M. Alvarez's
in the hopes of picking tip a neighboring farmer, in the woods Because only one man made his waythrough Invitation of Evelyn Stump, the learn that T. E. Murrhee, a son of : residence. Come and enjoy the sights ,

but without result. near Whitehouse, the authorities say. the authorities are under the chapter will be entertained at the Mrs. Annie G. Murrhee, of Starke,' and help the Woman's Club pay for

FEUD IS: Hysler was tried and convicted but a impression that the second man was home of her parents, Mr. and) Mrs.F. has made a proposition to the businessmen their new home. a
HYPI.ER A VICTIM OF reversal was! secured through the supreme wounded and probably fell uncon- F. Stump, on Thompson street, the of New Smyrna to move his. big
Jacksonville 12.-The enmity court. At tho new,trial Hysler scious in the swamp. A search In being
Sept. first Saturday In October. sawmill there if they will meet certain ACTIVITIES OP OUR OFFICERS( :
between the Hyslers and neighboring was freed. made for him. The young president gave a readIng conditions. According to tho

families In the vicinity of Whitehouse, Young Hysler Is no wat liberty on a When brought to the county jail "The Red Rose;' to the delight Breeze, these conditions will be granted. Sheriff Rpprrson went to Valdosta! ,

existing for years, was the reason of supersedeas bond, pending an appealin Goosby could not tell his name or ad- of her audience. Mrs. Alvarez served \ {;a", lust Friday and brought W. A.

the shooting of Tom W. IIysler, Sr.,, the supreme court of a manslaughter dress. He appeared to be Insane, the the little people with a delicious Ice j !Mr.\ Murrhco owns enough of cypress Perry, white to jail here, charged P

at midnight Saturday, while he rested conviction last fall while on trial authorities said, and looked dazed to course during the social Intermission.After timber within easy reach of with murder of Dr. Cox, of Sampson m

on a cot in a road construction camp for the slaying of Harvey. them. It was caused by _being stunned a drill on nnrllamenfary laws New Smyrna to keep a mill of good I City, who died from the effects of a

commissary near Baldwin, county officers Following Harvey's death, the Hys by the bullet, It is believed. tho enthusiastic chapter adjourned.Mr. size running five yearn, besides a good pistol shot intlicted by Perry In May. ,.I
decided yesterday. ler store at Whltehou.se, was mysteriously Sheriff :Merritt was Informed of the deal of hardwood. The payroll would Deputy Biiisden went to Hampton(

t After conducting a rigid probe In burned to the ground. It was surprise, and with other deputies wentto and Mrs. Joe Hill Williams, of be about 315,000 per month, and, Tuesday anti"-arrested John :Mosley, .,

the slaying yesterday, County Detective In this store where Harvey was shut Moncrief early this morning to join Lake Butler, who have many friends turally, this ia a consideration na-// colored, charged: with enticing a girl "

Henry Lilienthal 'declared last to death. Other homicides was the In the search. I, here, are receiving congratulations on will have great weight with the [ fourteen years of age from her hum

nights developments have not reached slaying of two farmers, Van,Boor and Shackleford Got Tip the birth of a little daughter, named I I ness men of the town. Mr. Murrhee's for Immoral purposes.

the point where, an arrest can bmade. Bush, by Dan and John Hysler, brothers Deputy Shackleford had a tip early Mary. The young lady arrived last many friends here wish him success.

x of T. W. Jr. The case ended In a in the night that an attempt would! be Monday and tips the scales at ten M,x Klotterman is. critically \Ill at at

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111"cigarettes EXAMINATION OF. ALCOHOLIC

: MOVES AGAINST BEVERAGES .


Large Quantity of Whiskey !Sold! Contains -
RAIL VIOLENCEI "'oodlcohlll


"ftf About a year ago I received u request i

i COUNTERED' BY A from the district attorney if I

THREAT OF GENERAL; STRIKE. would make some examinations of the

LINES M l'ST STAY OPEN alcoholic beverages/ which were being I
I t Hold. During this time we have "exam \

ined a hundred or more, representing
i With,, the coal strike now a matte probably all of the kinds which are

of history, the entire interest and t-f. generally sold. We, have also testified
fort of the administration at WashIngton 10' In court and become familiar with the I
i { : is being centered on the transportation liquor situation as it is now being conducted II I

ti problem created by the GOODBENNETTfiltlFFIS / and the character of the viola- i
strike of the 350,000: railroad shop- They are tors of the Eighteenth Amendment.

1 1'' men, now in its eleventh week. Tho The beverages sold may be groupedinto
y' initial Harding policy of patience and three classes: Spirituous liquors;

i negotiation! > hus given way to a determined : malt liquors; wines and, fruity bever
effort! to maintain order and
ages.
]lines of tho J. K. Bennett of Highland und
f, curb: vioienca on the rail Of one hundred beverages, 50 percent
nation, in order that the transportation Miss:: Elmu Griffis, of near Law toy, were malt liquors; 42 per cent ,
mystems may expedite the movement wen; married by Judge/ Green at his
1 f were whiskey and 8 per cent were cider -
., tl of trains, which is :\' exceptionally office( ( Thursday afternoon, Sept. 7th. and wines. Of the last class 4 The
heavy due to the resumption Mr. Bennett is a son of John S.
per cent were wines and these were I
of coal mining: and the necessity Lfcnnett, deceased. He is a thriving home made and used on.a very limit-
"f moving the bumper crops of the na and industrious young man, being engaged ed scale. There is apparently no demand
in the cross tie business at the
tion.
for wine and the evidence points;
Injunction Only First Step present time. His! bride is the daughter / to the fact that the introduction of I hI'bel.'r
t of Mr. anti! Mrs. J. B. Griflls
ac-
+r The campaign of violence, which began I and wine amendment was merely, | Telegraph
14i following the failure of peace negotiations of omplished tIer community.The attractive. and n favorite an excuse! to ]legalize/ to liquor trnlficin |I
those states where these referenda
to the rail lines and their strikinghopment young couple have the good were put to the votes of the people!
wishes of host of friends. I
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The spirituous liquors had an alholic <
has to Much
,iI grown proportions -
I content from :31 cent t". 71)) .
that the federal government; last per
a t week applied for and received from bor lenders. Many of these are maln- per rent of alcohol. They included I H ipv :
the old "white lion" which ,tid,
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Federal District Court nt Chicago
/ tainting/ n rigid silence, apparentlyearing
J of dilute alcohol and is now auld l l under / I
Judge Wilkrrson presiding! a nationwide the effect of the injunction on
injunction retraining! members! themselves, especially since the warning I the name of "white mule.] A M'HI-" I

of the shop crafts' unions and lall others has )gone out Hemi-officially that I ago\ American whiskey in bond miild' .. S I
concerned from in hampering be purchased as well as some )good< !
any way any effort! of Gompers to bring about
'- r \ the efforts! of the roads to keep! II general tie-up of industry will result I Canadian whiskey. There is little' ""I' I
trains moving. And if more radical In him being arrested on a charge of no whiskey in bond to be purchased< II

{ )tfps are necessary to prevent curtailment contempt of court In violating the injunction on the market and an increa -mtr I
t of transportation than the proceedings.. amount of the whiskey is a fictitn\ + < I

I government injunction move, the nil-, Meanwhile] government officials are article. This was to be expected: :"mil Is one of the necessaries '
ministration will take thorn, is the determined to press!' the Injunction is the history of fraud and adulteration -
wherever it has been prnctiu-d' of life for Bradford
\\1 arning from Washington. procedure. President Harding and I I .-
The federal] injunction in effect/ Men who break the law are usual
un- others of his official family still hold
;, '! til Sept. 11, when a hearing to make it to the determination that violence and I'': not content with exorbitant: profits m County people, and that
+I considerate pf the health of their < u--
permanent, will be held in Chicago, interference with railroad
't enjoins all railway employes, attorneys Uon is not BO much a plot trllnllPorta-1 I tomers. They will weaken their prod l this fact is becoming more
I' acts and them with substance,.. _
agents, etc., from interfering railroads as It is a move against the fortify I
1 :.. with or obstructing railway companies government itself, and as such must!' which deceive or even poison their and more recognized all
victims. There is come-back and ,it
their agents/\ servants or em 1.0 put down at all costs, even if it isect'Hsary no '
is like the fruit peddler who come! the time is the
ployes in the operation of their respective to take even more drastic 'I seen by .
before door who moves on never, ) I ,
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railroads and of
systems steps than the injunction proceedings, .
I to but Bells his alonir number of subscribers '
return
transportation or the performance of which has so aroused labor. products I new -
their public duties] and l obligations in the way to whoever may buy. I -
I the transportation of passengers and Han liberty's Charges! I A very largo quantity of the whit} \ constantly added to

property in interstate commerce and "No union or combination of unions key sold today and even beer contain ,

q the carriage\ of mails and from in any can dictate to the otie) big American wood alcohol. Th best test in our our list. Join the proces-
1 Intl'rfl.'rinJwith union," said Attorney Generali'nugherty hands has been the Robinson Test, devised .
manner : employes engaged -
In inspection, repair, operation } in his plea before the federal by Dr. Wlllinm C. Robinson, of sion, and find out whatis

and use of trains, locomotives, cars?I court. "When the unions claim I the department) of public health of
.J home
the right to dictate to the government I Philadelphia. He uses a potassium going on at

.I 1' I and dominate the American\ people, ]permanganate polution] to oxidize the
and
i, ? 'I", freely entering into or continuing in then the government must destroy the I wood alcohol], forming acetals, the latter abroad

I 'r the employ! of tho companies for the [ unions, for the government of the splitting up into aldehydes notably ,
I" purpose of inspection and repairing ofI I I'ocomotives I United States is supreme and must I formaldehyde.! : ] This solution is
J, !' and cars or otherwise. (endure. then added to acidulated, milk and

t Determined to Enforce Writ | "The injunction sought is not intended gently heated until the mixture assumes .
as a death blow to unionism, a pink color. Formic aldehvdt-
Following the granting of the writ,
is the which restore
rather It is necessary for the protec- only aldehyde I
the 5,500 marshals of the United the color] of the and if
l tion and preservation of the unions permanganate:
States were mobilised-to serve copies I I themselves. wood alcohol is present the pink coloris
.' .r'lt. 01 the ]leaders of the strikers I
and cannot be
"So long as I am connected with the very pronounced,
.. ._ and to see to it that its terms are obI I mistaken when with
{.'lll'rllf.ovcrnnlPnt] / in my present capacity I even working an
': served. Meanwhile, the department I I will use the power assigned electric light. This test is so delicate Only $2.00 Per Year
ft justice is collecting a mass of cornpl t
that detect 0.01 cent of
'' me by the constitution to prevent the I one may per
-tints and, evidence regarding alle-
,. the alcohol
labor unions from destroying the menthyl
trillions of conspiracy and attempts to $1.00 for Six Monthsin \
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'open shop. When a man
J ruin property and jeopardize life in I f NEW IU\I\
'country is not permitted
t t t: the effort to curtail transportation. In/"iiij!; advance
: I toil, whether he [ -
IQwful below j
fi This evidence will be presented when';,union or not, the death New River, S"pt.l11'. : : and Mrs. -

tho government attempts, Sept. 11/.will be sounded, and anarchy will! s\1- J Hen tierce, of Olustec, visited relatives "
? to make the Injunction permanent. j 'lersede! organized governmct ? t here Saturday und Sunday ,/ !
lr7 The government will not charge the | i .'svt.Compera' .,' l'l'I" :Mr. and ;Mrs. :M. J. Sapp, uf Jack
strikers all guilty of the "bulk of the" j Reply S t, sonville, were bore Saturday. Mr.

outbreaks of violencereported, but ) "The Injunction Issued!' is nn invasion ?app expects: to go into business here ,
,i will maintain that these action! are of the constitutional rights\ of the nnd while here purchased n Ford car. ,
,I the direct result of the strike leaders working man." said Mr. Gompers, in II O. Rivers made a business tripto

1 in calling/ the strike, in defiance of a I speaking. of the writ. "It represents! Stnrke Monday.Mrs. :
railroad labor board ruling and of the usurpation of }power by courts, and Leon Thomas had as her guest 1
strikers in answering the call. l lh j I lira only thing it will do will be to this week, her mother, :Mrs. Kerce, of 1 Address all letters and remittances to .
The news of tho issuance of thp'' ,nnnufucture bolshevism and radical- Lake Duller.
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temporary injunction{ was received'with (sm in this country. Mrs. Claude Brown, of Dasher, Ga., )
violent protests, not only by the i "Attorney General Dnugherty has visited her mother, Airs.\ Belle Johns, Bradford County Telegraph \
)H \ders of the shopmen's' unions, but 1 become the attorney for the railroad this week.
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by ,organized labor heads in generally! I',companies, and his action amounts to I Lester pinholster, of Pine Hill was

M Samuel Gompers, president of the II confession that the strike has been visiting friends here this week. Starke, Florida
American Federation of Labor, after I successful The American Federation Mr. and Mrs.V.. M. Hodges and

calling the move "outrageous" and of Labor has advised. men in previous children, Elva and Clnssie, visited \ .
broadly Intimated that the labor ]lenders | injunction cases to treat as scraps of :Mrs. Hodges' parents. Mr. and Mrs. ,

4 would Ignore Its provisions, announced j paper those court orders which invade W. J. Johns, of Starke, this week.
i that the "dcmanda for a gen- their; constitutional rights," Glad to report Everett Renfroe improved -

oral walkout of all American Each: Side Claims Victory at this time.

t ution Members"!\ In protest Feetern-I The strikers' leaders are hailing the :Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Sapp and son,

injunction and in support of move of, the United States government Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sapp ,
1 ing railroad shopmen would be "con- \ in requesting an injunction as a and children ]left Sunday for a visit I I'
Ulered" at a meeting of the executive: I confellsionn the part of the railroads with Mrs. D. Conner, of Hastings, !f

:F' council of the federation, scheduled'' that they have been beaten in making the trip by auto. ,
for Washington, Sept. 9. I the strike by their shopmen. These :Misses Ino, Minnie and Alphle .. .' "
Mr. Gompers pointed out that neither leaders even declare that another :rtO Hodges[ Messrs. Donald, Gerald and I'

a he nor the executive: committeeof I days will Bee a complete breakdown in Grafton Adkins and Howard Thomas I
the federation\ of labor had the authority the transportation system. attended the party at Mr. and :Mrs.

to call a general strike. Such | The railroads"' on the other hand, de- U. D. Johns Friday nitrht. ,

action must be taken, he explained, I clare that the shopmen's strike' ,, is now Duggar Jones, of Sampson City, .
t'' by the various units which make up I virtually broken. The railroad shopsof was a visitor here /aturday.

the federation. He declares, however, the! nation1 are being filled rapidly Miss Rosa Hodges spent the week-

.I j they declare, nnd many of the strik- end at Heilbronn Springs guest of

ttrs : \ : I|'rs have been returning and asking Miss Katie Bryant.Uon't .

;, wide walkout of labor, and he rates j for their old<1 positions! during the! last

,. the demand for such action so powerful two 'l't'kll. Another month, they de- fall to get a circular; giving
I that he deems it his duly to lay it I cure; and there will be more men In ; you full information about

before the executive: council. the shops than there were when the! the l Kexull Ic "sale at MIt hell''i
The administration ]leaders at Washington I strike via!* (called nearly three month: HI-UK Store on Sept 11. 13. 16th. I

however, do not take seriously ago. -
the Gompers threat of a general \
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News of Florida f fICi LEADER ON WHISKY I'MI''* ::
in Short Paragraphs t HAYES' HEALING
CHARGE; I --0,
C' ugh mediciuci which stops
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I t.. ling the hiUnmeil and I f PI

N .l I Indiiiuupulin, Sept. 7.-A Will fur A box of GROVC'S (}- !

State the arrest of Edward Y. Clark, Imru-. SALVE fur Chest Cold" .
Croup is enclosed with ('
1-1 I I rial Wizard protein of the Ku Klux( ; HAYES HEALING MONEY. LO h

Klun, was ordered this afternoon by should be rubbed on the chest /

Told by Our Exchanges.A Federal Judge Baker on information i of children suffering from a

i furnished by District Attorney Elliot The healing effort of Itayra* !'
'Iglmmmavnmmmm w .. redo the throat combine with tho
--------w=wwmw omm.'m" m The, information charges Clark whose l.mvp'e O-Pen-Tmto Salve through

gang! of automobile thieves drove, I to one of the home the Hklu Morn stopa a eoujib.
consignees of some of is in Atlanta, Georgia, with possession Both remedie..re. perked! In one
.onto Brooksville one afternoon last; ;: the freight aboard, who had come over : or transportation of liquor. Must of the combined treaunnut In:.'

week. They spent' the afternoon and % the side when the ship first touched, It is charged: in the information Just ask your druggist
HtCAJJNU HONEY.:
evening getting their bearings, and 11 I that there was some T. N. T. below that the Imperial Wizard addressed

shortly after midnight broke into n decks. Deponent sayeth not how a meeting at Muncie, Indiana, last W. M. Bacon, 71, Jo '

garage, stole several cars and lit out; I quickly the gentleman scrambled off night, on "law enforcement"during I near, was married at

in the direction of Tarpon Springs. the ship but before he came off ho ,I which it was reported to the police last week to Miss Leila I. S

The town night watchman saw them verified the report by asking a steve- that a handbag had been stolen from of Bare Beach. It was \

enter the garage, and supposed they dore, who told him that 400 tons was Mr. Clark's automobile. It is declared, fourth matrimonial v

were employes of the pluce but making all they had of tho however ,
impulsive stuff that tho bag fell from the

his rounds later he round the place that was used to blow up provincesover automobile and burst open, revealinga In fixing bonds at $ '

open and deserted and noted that sev- in France during tho late war. quart bottle of liquor and $:;00 in I two men charged with )

eral cars were missing. lie at
once
currency. The evidence, it is declared -the alleged stealing of
concluded that they were thieves and Announcement was made has been placed in of '
I ,__ : Saturday charge prohibition from a garage at
the alarm. A
jravo posse Wail quicklyformed i Dm the oiiice 01 the Cia ndy Bridge officers. Judge Ramsey has

and started in pursuit. The Company that work would be begun ord, and there is little

road the thieves had followed in getting Oct. 1 on the $2,000,000 !
concrete causeway for their operation of a chain of five tho men in custody will fail
out of town was known, an.! it to
connect Tampa and.
St.
Petersburg and ten cent stores throughout the for trial in the circuit
was not difficult to follow them. MelAIt'S \- :, which has been
planned for several country, became the owner of the extensive their cases are called at the
were sent ahead to
towns on the years. The bridge which
would ranch. the county term.
route and the thieves were caught at be for trolley cars and Restocking of place
automobiles, with range cattle and grade bulls will

Tarpon Springs. would shorten the distance between bring this ranch to a rank among the Theft of four automobiles a

the two cities from fifty miles to best in the four hours causes Tampa
4t the C. E. Horton grove near Lake about twenty miles. country.
lieve that organized auto
Alfred an employe killed 40 snakes in
Nearly a thousand spectators at the again at work in Tampa
a few minutes. Thirty-eight were rattlers
Herbert Lovejoy, commercial avia- S. A. A. U. meet Saturday afternoonon off of several months.'
ranging from two and three
tor, was fatally injured and Sanders! Lake machines' were Fords the
Virginia near Winter Park ,
years to 12 years old. The snakes ,
Gramling, son of a Miami physician, I ing a Buick.
were amazed and thrilled by the au-
were hidden in two gopher holes.
was seriously hurt when the plane ,in dacity and skill of "Little Billy" :

which they were flying went into a From, Marco the
Hutchinson, 5-ycar-old fancy diver comes
range county hall nearly a half I i I tail spin at an altitude of 2,500 feet, who accompanied the Soman Pools, the capture of the great :
of land
million which the
acres raw on
j and fell to earth.
I Lovejoy's back was of all clams
I I team from Miami to 1922 assemblyof or quahogtt.
Chamber of
Orange County Commerce
broken
and he will die.
Gramling sustained to the report the giant
Southern aquatic stars. After
to settle families and !
proposes devt'l-1 fracture of both legs and possibly from its cozy home in the
treating the spectators to several exhibitions
op towns, plans for which were internal injuries.
I I of fancy diving from the ten near Marco Island, ('
the monthly meeting of tho board of I
I II'rc'jZ'ram foot board, little Billy climbed to the 1 more than three pounds, in
governors in Orlando on Tuesday. A Eugene Bronson, known throughout
top of the 25-foot tower and without et. 4
of national advertising thru
the Kissimmee section of Florida;
as
I hesitation leaped into the water be -
will be '
an advertising
agency put a cattleman of prominence, was found Liquor valued at
low. As the towseled head bobbed $15,000
through literature will be Issued and up ;
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dead in the woods Thursday afternoon .
I on ing prices was seized .
a roar of admiration acknowledgedthe
an extensive correspondence carriedon in Orange county.fr.! Bronson
infant motor launch at Lakeside l
swimming prodigy's (
by Secretary Lahmann. I left his home to aid in a roundup and nerve. cal resort at Jacksonville. ,

I was! with one of his just to ,
sons prior
ron, alleged of the
owner
Representative Frank Clark of the /
Jim" Lanier, probation officer at I
his death. The son started in di- '
one placed under arrest The i
second congressional district, will be a ra
Jacksonville, has again astonished I I rection, and, his father stated that he .nJ
3,000 quarts for
candidate for the democratic nomination spokesmen
many persons by permitting a boy :
j would look after a few head nearby <
for governor of Florida in the ing party composed of
sentenced to the industrial school at :
t
I Returning in a short time nothing said. }.
Marianna, to make the railroad jour primaries in 1924, according to an an- county agents G
was seen or heard of Mr. Bronson and
,i!' nouncement by Judge Otis R. Parker ,r
ney from Jacksonville to the school ;
a hunt commenced. Later there were of Fort Pierce, former law partnerof Prying open the doors of 1'' .
alone, and his confidence in the word ,
found marks his
I as if horse had fallen ilf'a office in thieves

of youngsters again has been vl..diI. and it is believed that the animal the congressman. morning stole Tampa the gambling, y

cated. Cornelius Cooper, 13 year old fell him and pinned him. There
upon nalia, lottery tickets and rr
Mystery enshrouds the death of a
was placed a morning
negro upon
was a trail where Mr. Bronson had
man believed to have been E. G. I>rlnty was confiscated by Sheriff
train and told to report to the superintendent -
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himself for about feet
dragged sixty
'I, whose lifeless body was found in evidence in a raid on a ,
jy of the school his ir-
upon
then he had turned upon his stomach, establishment.The .
'rival. That telegram from Indian Creek on Miami Beach. Printy
evening a .
pulled his hat down over his eyes,
the superintendent announced the boy was registered at a local hotel l, but
dropped his head his folded Everglades
upon Cypress
had not been seen there since Saturday nothing'J
had reported. |: arms and passed out. Nearby stood at Loughmnn proposes to
morning. Printy's home tempo-
{ the horse. moat complete and
The tug boat Keystone from Jacksonville rarily, Is said to have been at Jackson perfectly
mill) to be found in
the state
arrived in Ft. Lauderdale last'Thursday ville. lIe watt originally from Kansas ..
i After two weeks of extreme suffering the place of the mill that
with two large houseboats City.
I young George Hathaway died at stroyed by fire Home time ,
belonging to the engineering depart- the Marion county hospital. He was ,
ment of the F. E. C. Ry. The houseboats : Acting on the recommendations of
at Salt Springs with a party '
camping MOONSHINER'S] ) ( : \
Commissioner Frank II. Owens
are to be taken up the NortR i and
of friends and while diving in shallow
canal to Lake Okeechobee where they Consulting Engineer George B. Hills,
water, struck bottom and broke his Editor Telegraph have
will be used by the engineering de- the city commission accepted the bid
to Ocala and
neck. He brought
was
constant reader of lyly
partment while making the final stlTy of the Lackawanna Steel Company of your
done for the
\' of the road around the .t I.I re everything possiblo was Buffalo, N. Y., for 3,412 ton of steel per for many years, never (
injured boyFrom the first, his case borrow it from neighbors)
from Okeechobee to Okeelanta. I! sheet piling, steel master piles and ,

__ I has been a hopeless one. steel anchor rode: to be used in the that you for that reason will

While fishing in the .iSeago pond onI t i i iI construction of the municipal piers space for the following. ,
A investigation is planned by
I rigid 1 read what "Constable"
and docks at Talleyrand Jack-
Girardeau avenue
Monday near Madison, Bryan j ,
the
the federal authorities in kidnap-
i about the ruling, that booze
landed a crane. He had already sonville, at a cost of 20801908.
ping and beating of Ed Lopaze, a Fer- proven to contain a certain
caught five trout and reeled his line
nandina fisherman and principal witness -
of alcohol before the handler
out near a crane. The bird picked at By the overturning of a truck of
against Nas- ,
1 for the government .
be
punished. That
judge
the minnow, but couldn't well get hold the Rouen fisheries, driven by Walter ;'
officials in alleged plot
an ,
sau county what ho was talking about
of it. Mr. Girardeau then drew the the laws. Lopaze Gully, Thursday, little Alma Bronson, I'
to evade prohibition
,
have
hooking the/ nine-year old daughter of Mr. and sampled many (' try
tine in, and threw it out again, '
night by unidentified -
kidnapped Saturday
was of fthine. But it has hurt
the bird in tho back, and reeled It white men. He was taken Mrs. Arthur Bronson, of CampbeJl, ,

in. The bird fought ferociously and I was injured so severely that she died very much, for a suspicion '
in the of Cedar creek, eight "'f"
| vicinity may not be all what it has
in an Orlando hospital at
!t had to be killed before it could be unhooked miles north of Jacksonville where he an early
II ed up to be, causes some
I hour Saturday, while her mother was !
was badly beaten by his abductors, it severely injured from the weightof to test a sample before they p

I reported.! The fisherman, was
was and note the effects. The
I Iif some large cakes of ice which fell I .
At 11:23 a. m., during/ the progress : warned not to return to Fernandina. Fit
ten makes them Hick till ,
so
the Friday morning thunder storm, upon her abdomen, that she is in a :.
Jacksonville and
j He managed to reach
critical condition nut buy, and then we lose,
the United-American line steamer, the
I took a train Sunday to Brunswick. As for our liquor containing
i Georgian, was being warped into pier
;; One man was instantly killed, un and plenty of it, that's why .
at the Jacksonville municipal I Ill
one Many regrets heard at the permanently unidentified woman, believed to have buck in the stills and often ,
docks when bolt of lightning struck
a closing of Tampa's riding
through twice. These
been hurt days
seriously and three
I men, !
the foremast. The foretopmast was
club, that was formed a year ago by one identified, narrowly escaped serious booze costs BO much and is so %
splintered and several men engagedin
Roland Johnson, a riding master of
a get, men want it strong
injuries when an automobile being
their duties on the foredeck were I Washington, D .C. About thirty headof -
give an overhang for
days,
driven at terrific
a rate of
i knocked down and temporarily stun- fine Kentucky saddle horses and turned turtle on Evergreen speed, have to accommodate them. I 't fi,1
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remarked avenue,
nwl. Capt. Rogers casually. Shetland ponies and every equipment! near the Evergreen cemetery, Jack- That is, the honest

j necessary! to a first-class! riding school sonville. Clarence Saunders, 22, marred do no. But there are lots of

was provided for. ternity who through dlllhllfle
was driving the car, according to ,

ASPIRINInsist William Manning, 38, under arrest on norance, make booze so
Deliveries of two thousand head of contains alcohol ..
a charge of suspicion. no more \ .....
this
Florida cattle were made
range beer; yet the fusil\ oil and .
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week '' the Whaley Estate to the "
by'
on Bayer Package sons it contains, are enough
McCrory Ranch, east of Narcossee, During a very severe thunder storm those who drink It sick, I I

at Bristol, several school children
the purchase being made early this think alcohol made it.

n month. The McCrory ranch has been were shocked by a lightning bolt while The
Telegraph Hays we put
n known as the McCullough ranch until riding home from school in a Fordtruck. -
I trated lye Into the booze to
famous No one was seriously hurt. (
Ivrr recently when the McCrory's, "kick." All Nobody "
: .... wrong
put kick into nutonnhine, i :

Fit For Young Girls"I ; Close to 500 acres of avocado pears can't be done--all we try to ( )

have used Hagan's Magnolia Balm are being set out between tho Miami put a drag into it, that make

ever since I was 18 years old. I am canal and South bay. At the Scoring mean enough to kill your ..

now 48 and I know from experiencethat farm alone 170 acres have already We put lye into the buck : m.
l'nl'IA" the ,1v"r" on ,
i see name .
you it is the best and only reliable been put in. Land is being : :
constantly
jxu-.kage or on tablets you are not "ettrnll kill the sour smell, by means

the genuine Payer pro-hir pre- toilet preparation now made that Is cleared and it Is said that a total of officer! often find our stills. : ra.

"orib.l by physician OMT twenty-two absolutely fit for young girls to use 700 acres will eventually be planted in I don't
and safe million for I same reason we put
yearn proved l by on their face at all times, that it will this tract. I and rats into the buck, at '

Col.li" Headache freckles and tan
positively remove .
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t Toothache Lumbago, make the smell all the louder. :
and not the growth of hairor I
a Earache: Rheumatism promote No Worms In The Telegraph often refers : | \
Neuralgia' Cain, Tain fuzz on the face. Respectfully, a Healthy Child of : t''
our profenNon( as "jolly m.
1" !Mrs. J. II. Burke Manse Atlchitdrea troubled with Worm have an un. i5
(signed) ,
; Accept<< only Bayer" pU-kftir which health. color,whkh. Indicate pour blond and... ers." This has made many :
enntaini proper directions. Bandy (.,sea Garrard Co., Ky." Liquid, face and I rule there i* more or I.... Stomach dbfturbeoce. that our life Is all .pleasure
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of twelve tablet' COAt few cent .. Drujr- toilet powder-brunette, white, pink, GKOVE TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC given n u. 1
ginU al> rose-red, 75 at druggists or by
Aspirin Is the trade mark of Haver i Improve the dlantlonsad act a*a.*n..ral l3tr.oth- those who are not fitted by ( I : : I
:Manufacture. \ll1nClacetiJacideewr of mail. Lyon Mfg. Co., 42 So. Fifth i.nngTnetctoth.who'y.u'm.! Nature win then l ". : ,
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coal strikes insist that the mine owner Pease of the state, is in Suwnnnec, day, having entered Saturday. Th c .
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L F ;, Bradford County Telegraph when paying off the miner, shall county, where the governor' and his I last of tho Greeks departed Frida y; s.

---..- .. ,- ,- deduct the dues for the union from chief adviser, State Road Commissioner night. Tuiklsh infantry is movini j

the mount due the man who digs the Ilillmun, reside" slowly on Smyrna, the main army stil _
Published!' weekly and entered as being about of miles
coal. Thus tho man who sits at a muhnirnnv a score away.

second class matter, at the post desk is assured of his salarv. ALLIES MAY TRY TO HEAD Allied' military commanders repor tl I

office at Starke, Florida. "*.!';l pluse l the strike should be settled OFFTIIE ADVANCING:\ TURKSunited that there is little likelihood of a clasl I

? w.. -= without this che k-oft' agreement 1111'1 I between: the advancing Turks and thi, I

E. S. MATTHEWS. Editor: and Owner, the miners when \they go hack to work States ItlucJackeU; Protecting allied troops of occupation on th" 1

s-loulil' decide; that they cannot affordto ( :Near East Itelief Workers coast The Turkish forces after approaching ,

d HENRY FUINI( > THE PROFITEERS pay these monthly dues for the up- the zone of Broussa, neal I I'I t 1

ki-e-p' of expensive offices and high sul-! Athens, :Sept.:) 11.-The new Greek the Sea of Marmora, were diverted n,' 1.

Hiie
If Henry Ford in not bluffing he is pan dues ? They might/ do this. If holds the posts of premier minis- Lato-advices from Smyrna said tin' I

running the! risk of doing much more they did what would happen, to Joli'i I ter of war and minister of marine, city was comparatively calm 1 and well I I

i' hnrm than good by his refusal to buy L. Lewis! and others of the omch.1huul r began! to function today after takingthe DOiced.! Refugees!! are being sent outf I
I'
coal at advanced prices. Wo admire <('boltl ? The reason for their irihtenco oath to support the cfown. It will the city as rapidly as j feasible(< and I t

y the spirit]! that makes him refuse to on the settlement being bused attempt to avert a domestic catastro I those remaining are being cared for I

1 ; submit to profiteering anti wish everybody on the check-oir system being rev phe. All the new ministers are mod by relief organization! I Il

/ would- follow his example but twined is very plain. But is it fair t t'l' crates [ Occupation of Smyrna by the Turks ,

t I 4, one man, even though he I If as great:\ the man who digs coal I is it fair to the The Greek crown prince: has arriv incident was said/ to have passed! off without I i I ll( I

a figure in the industrial world as I public ? ed.

t Henry Ford id, cannot prevent the I Unions to be sure, must have ofticer Sensational reports are current One

wholesale profiteering that has l been !'. But it is a question if they are Is than former premier Venizelos will LAPTEVLowtey

planned with the coal strike as on excuse. -. not getting like government officials, attempt to return if King Constantine

I ? I too Inconsiderate of the man who pays ahd l'atrs. Venizelos is leader of the Sept. 15.-:Mrs. C. B. Al-

Coal hns nlready' risen In price and the bills. There are too many hold- anti-dynastic forces. len, of Bushnell is a guest of her sister -

will rise further if the people submitto ing down\ jobs and dues are too high. :Mrs Charles Dinkins. this week.
Greek military headquarters has
it. We do not know who Is to I. Between the operator and tho union :Mrs. A.' Z. Adkins and children of
been removed to the Island of Chiof, in
I.. i' blame. The mine workers may be lenders these coal miners have a hard Starke, spent Tuesday here with her
the Sea.
h r, chnrgir.g:( more and brokers may tie time and cease to be free men.-Orlando Aegean mother :Mrs. :M.\ E. Edwards
Typhus is reported to have broken
a + cornering the supply to such an extent Reporter-Star. Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke was "I '

1 that the retailers have to' make the \ out among the Greek' refugees at professional visitor to Lawte-y Wed This new F> ;

modern increase that they have made. Smyrna. nesday. ;
GERMANS: IMITATE AMERICAN:
Near East relief workers at Syrna sugarcoatedgum i 'ni
But they may bo also to blame. Coal SMOKES:; !, that their supplies have be- Clifton Drown and Enrla Roberto'' :

dealers ore men like other'man and report left Sunday for Gainesville, where delights .s\
exh.aus.ted. Thousands of fugitives I-1
!
cone \
,
the average man grabs: wli 'n he has Vunited Stale Mar M'ronecute VatCounterfeiting they will enter the university. I +
and old.
the
blocking roads
: are leading :
a chance and grabs as much as passi.le. !- :Mrs\ :M. E. Edwards and children young
Stamp i nto Smyrna. The misery is acute. I '
j ,
were week-end visitors with relatives
I Many>re dying from starvation. i' It "melts in
j )
in j Gainesville your
i Kerry Ford may be gunning for The United States government prob- I returning! home Sunday(

9 else beside the coal profit- I I ?venintr.i mouth" and the in the
P o someone ably will begin prosecutions in Germany London, Sept 11.-:The Greek army cum
; iI eer. A day or two ago: the. United within a short time to break up I which i Mrs. Jesse Reddish. was shopping.
was massed in Thrace to '
menace 'in center remains to aid digestion
Starke
f Steel announced Thursday. ,
r States Corporation the wholesale manufacture of remark I from the north is 1
Constantinople
n twenty per cent increase in wanes ; ably faithful imitations of American withdrawing according to advices ,to- j I!' Mrs. Addie HAynes and grandchil- brighten teeth and soothe mouth .

4r $ -an increase that had not been de i cigarettes and tobacco. This traffic day from Constantinople. i dren, of Jacksonville, are spending n
t lf"w and throat.
manded. From this are we to infer has become> countrywide since American Newspa-f days with Mr. and Mrs\ J. J. Me-
pert predict that the allies \ ,
I
that the officials of the steel trust are war stocks were exhausted, and ( Leod.
centrate fleet of British
\ all angefslIt will not do to be quite ,) every tobaccionlst his his shelves full the Dardanelles'a Sea of airships Marmorato on i i I E, J. Roberts' returned home Suh-! There are the other WRIGLEY

Mire of this. A tnriiT bill has been' of the' most prominent, brands>I, particularly prevent the Turks from trying to i:day after spending! a few days in St. friends to choose from, too: ,
Ga.
I proposed and will soon become a law cigarettes. George, on business.
cross into Thrace.
I
that will the duties :: ( William Richardson, of Sanderson.
increase
materially Some time ago big United States j Muntapha Kemal Pasha, head of 1I
iron and steel Any l spent several days here last wet'k'Is-
on product tobacco firms started suit! against the j the Turkish nationalist 'I I
government'at
foreign competition will be shut out '' imitators but the government entered j Angora and itinar his: daughter, Mrs. LA.. :Marrl .

'nore closely than ever anj there is no''' the courts only when the counterfeit-1 II Turkish army, is reported commander to be of on the his ,l I :Mrs[ Rosa L. Hammon, of Jackson-

f use talking about home competition : ing of revenue stamp began. Diplomatic -J to make rule, \\ triumphal into
l x with that makes who I way entry Mrs R. M. Prevatt and brother rsy
a concern a man { officials have filed a report to J .
I' Smyrna. ,
buys steel in Birmingham' from a concern I: Washington, accompanied by sped-1! There are indications that the near Ev! Gnffls were called to Plant City 4n w Nd p!

there pay freight from Pitts mens of the bogus stamps and east problem will bo settled by secret last week OQ account of the death of I

burgh while the goods have never been mediate action is expected. 1m-I'j diplomacy. King Alexander of their daughter, Arch Griffis.
Jugo
t loaded on a train or boat The steel 1 I i British cigarette manufacturers are J Slavia has here Miss: :label Edwards left Tuesday I u uC28
incognito. :So
trust can charge whatever it pleases | encountering similar troubles. Altho j Arrived for :Macon, Ga., where she will attend
also! has Sir Basil Karnhoff, Greek fi
and this increase in wages is probablythe one or two firms haIiscontinued, the \Ve.slcyan College.
towards from the' nancier and known as the "richest j I :Mr.\ and Mrs. A. A. Stokes of
first step taking exact imitation of wrappers, there are South .
in the
man world. It is understood j .
-
-
v public an extra dollar for ea fry extra still n number of brands\ marketed that Premier Lloyd George and Premier I Georgia, spent< a fpw days here last -
: -
{! dime paid in wages. which at a distance appear to be the Poincaire will either I week as the guests of :Mr. and Mrs r
t I meet soon,
,_ It can do as it p1t'lues-why did it same as the common British product. in Geneva, London or Paris,' to d-! j G. \V. Stokes C1DKt.IOU:1CIg1tm! :! !. !: !: > % ''1:!!= It'lJ'gI1Ql, : divide with its workmen, ? Just because Dealers as a rule, hand out these Miss Adaline Padgett, of Anthony, '
cuss a policy in the near east. .. ,,
the chief official of the United wares when the genuine is called for. miar visiting her grandparents, :Mr. and ;

State Steel Corporation is a prince After the armistice Germany was 1 Anglo-French Lloyd George! is anxious before :Mrs.\ M. Padgett. I Announcement ,
agreement
s of diplomats. He wishes to stand. In. flooded with cigarettes sold at a frac-', decisive 'move is made in the pre1 Miss Elnora Bennett returned to

a, with the people and he knows!! how. tion of their cost by the liquidation cast.! The British and French her: home in Jacksonville Sunday, after n
'
are '
confident that this commission the United States j spen.l( ng a few days here guest
We are pretty un- of ,
army lieved have To those who :
to sufficient know the ,
troops to value of good Garden, Field and Timer '
of Miss Pearl Griffis.S. f
ib asked, increase In wages was the sugar Thus a demand was cr at"d.SoM, :\ of the allieil( Seed
tect interests in Asia pro-I"\ .\. we.: announce the opening of MILLS' SEED STORK, :.b!>: BH?
Bryan of Starke
here
t coating of the pill the public will the spurious products arc made in was West Duval
St.
i I :nor Ja'hOl.ville'Iorida, S"1'tpmbe116' 1922 ,
s --<>on be called upon to swallow. Hen- Cologne. Imitations of American and Saturday. ..
Representations already have
ry Ford's temporary suspension of Scotch whiskey also are sold 8'tten-l' ,'made Mustapha:\ Kemal been I Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville, was The South, one of the greatest agricultural sections in th,. M M

work may interfere with this plan. sively. I' I transncti ff business here Friday. world, has long needed such an institution as ours'vhero! QUA M
i prevent of Christians. :
1 massacre It is t*
I :Mr and :Mrs. L. A. Marr yislted ITT is the first
At any rate it will greatly decrease I 11 that consideration.
the demand for steel probable a joint allied note will 1 relatives fn 5snm1niart-:....-..--.. .-n.n."G". "... ?!
STATE: RO.\I)) DEPARTS EXPENDITURES :\ | soon be sent to Angora, in which the T. T. Our stock the finest >3
Blackburn compotes selections
If ,the manufacturers of the coun 1 of :Maxville was of HIGH GRADF
+ ARE :NEAR\ I Sfi.000.000. I! United States will be asked to participate SEEDS
here
obtainable by the
try could blurT the profiteers it would Sunday.Mr. grown largest and best Seed Grower ;;:
warning the Turks that the allies : and :Mrs.\ Stoke; both in this country and Europe.
be well and they could if enough of A. A. and :Mr.
The will s
of tolerate
I Jacksonville and not autocracies. Henry
press nearby
s them would act together. But if it be- and :Mrs. fit \V. Stokes motored to
places has been Morgenthau former American Handled only by experienced men to insure
urging! early completion ambassador Starke you against mixed ,j
Friday.
comes necessary to make good it will 'I of work on the Jacksonville- tp Turkey, who is In'Londontnkes Willie % seeds.> Tested for VITALITY[ as well as GERMINATION: ht'H

bo a great hardship on hundred of Woycross road in order! thnt it will be a gloomy view of the near east Knight, of Starke, was transacting fore going out to our customers.
I thousands men who mt their bread. business in town :Monday., v
of in condition to for situation He fears that Turks I
care the coming slated
hy the sweat of their brows.-TimesUnion. ;i J. A. Allen left last week for Key I We personally solicit your inquiry and gladly send sample-
season's tourist traffic but it Is now by their victories over the Greeks,
1 1I! West where he will work at carpentering. for your inspection. Be sure to send for a copy of our MILLS'FARM
1i I said that it Is almost certain that this may try to overrun Europe. : SPECIAL. It rives valuable
information
and
i road will continue in bad order "Turkey is again trying to restore ( prices on
Rev. C. J. all seasonable *
Hammitt filled seeds. It
his
STEALING: FROM 1IIC PVItl.IC appointment H: FREE.
t I through most of the approaching winter herself as a world power and the at the Saxton Methodist

at least Christian governments must
a i Our high school' opened last :\Ion- j prevent church Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ham-
y The Jacksonville Journal has> been' massacres! ," said Mr.\ [orJr<,nthl\u. mitt MILLS' SEED STORE
Jf J. :
McLeod
,fit day morning and owing to the irt- an compiling and "The United States should\
publishing figures, and cooperate. wards I '
t; accompanied him.
creased cost of the text books which I
.
J parents had to buy our State Text printed the following relative to the day with relatives in :\Manning+ Operated by Mills the Florist Inc.
activity of the forces under The allied statesmen'
are .
auspicesof growing,
Book Commission are I being cussed : All who must register for voting in 36V.. Uuvul M. JACKSONVILLE, I I.\.
the State Road Department: apprehensive over the peace demandsof P. O. Box 10J:!
t the general elE'ctionOovcmber: 9
llth
and abused as never before J 1
The text book commission allows "Approximately six million! dollars the Turks.. The Turks demand Con- will find the registration books in C. U. :Mills> y C. Leslie Ahipp Chas. W. Zaun ::;

have been expended by tIle State Road' stantinople, Smyrna, Adrianople and President Secy.-Trcas. w w.cM'
the people to be robbed with theI I charge of E. B. Wells at Cone's hard- Manager :;
-
Department from January 1, 1919 ,to I Tarace, also plebiscites! to determinethe :
being for ware store any time during the week
grafting prices now paid
i
I July 1, 1922, n period of three and future nationality of :Mesopotamia )#) 1f11/i'g1EISTx.trsc'sea: FCnx}/K1t A
school books a I until the time of closing the books., !UQWUIi; or.lOf'i; <:io"mrn'JCtJfIl::! : +I1It;! ;W>< !tt''
half years.' The exact flgure Is $3- Syria and Palestine. It is probablethat Don't fail to register. -
For instance A Civil Government '
t : 901\,3 111.16. there will be an allied statementof The FLORIDA SHIPPED 70.818 CARS I The various kinds of produce listedin
body of the late Arch
North Carolina 46< ,'. Floridapays : Griffill.who .,
11.40.A pavs Despite this vast disbursement not policy soon, although it may be died in Plant City last week, arrived OF PRODUCE SEASON 1921-22 carload Iota in the reports include

one mile of road has been officially postponed until the Turkish demandsare I I here Saturday afternoon and tomatoes, watermelons; potatoes, eel- '

t Geography : Ohio pays 51c.& Florida I turned over to the state iia> a completed actually before the near east the funeral: service and intermentwere Shipments for Season! Just Ended Exceeded '! cry, lettuce, pineapples, peppers: cabbage -
paid 88 cents until the recent raise I
I
road. peace conference at Venice. held at the Last by 11,000 Cars strawberries, beans) cucumbers
Lawtey
cemetery
by the text book commission. OW'thE'
4
is Jl.l.Y' | :"Roads, it develops today, have been The British want the Dardanelles (: Sunday morning. Rev. H. V. Skipper, I cantaloupes and pears. The figures
price started in various. neutralized. But it is understood the Fruit and vegetable shipment 'rcm of
do
places, and in some lof! the Second Advent church, of course not account for many
is How much of this graft
Question I cases they have been abandoned, to French on certain conditions, are wil [ J Jacksonville conducted the services. Florida in the season just ended' ; shipments of these and other fruit
is groin into the'p'ket!! of our stateotficialsJasper j .
News. be taken up later. In other instancesthe ling to allow the pre-wnr status to [ The deceased was born in Bradford amounted to 11,000 carloads> morel I and vegetables! shipped ni less Ulan

work has been desultory, just exist. I county where he lived until two years than the total shipments for the preceding carload its> and they do got include

'GETTING THE 1)Ob'GiIIt enough to /give the appearance of the 'ago when he moved with IMS familyto season. any shipments by water. They include

work still continuing. In this class Athens, Sept. 11.-United States Plant City. He was u nited!' in marriage The total movement for the- past. only Florida fruits and vegetablf .

will be noticed that in all the the road from Wgycrass to Jacksonville | blue jackets protecting the Near I to :Miss Gunter, of the Vander- season "from eptember 15, 1021!! tal, s forwarded all-rail during the nine

made by John L. Lewis I is the!' most notable....rxample.. East relief workers at Smyrna while bilt section and to this union several July 1, 1922, was 703 IS carload, and I and a half months when shipmentsare

propositons I That many branch roads will\ be pushed French and Italian soldiers are guard- children were born. Besides his family tot the corresponding nine and a ..,'f |I'' heaviest. -
other union mine leaders for
and a ,
to completion before main arteries j ing the railways and churches said mcn'bf of 1920-21, the total 50.-
settlement of the coal strike the I advices fte, leaves to mourn his loss a was j The totals as .given in the final tabulation -
and highways> I leading!' from the north- from Smyrna today. 762 carloads. II
| father and mother three brothers for the
"check otT" is fpr i and season ending July 1stwere
system lomanled. ,,
-
collection of dues from the min- !' ern border of the state an finished, I I Constantinople, Sept. II.-Turkish four sisters Ely, Smiley and Walter!' The\ westward movement to the as follows: ,

the I, 'appears certain at this time. An attempt cavalry hold the city of Smyrna to- Griffis; :Mrs. R. :M. Prevatt :Mrs.\ Jas. Ohio and :Mississippi! river po>ntt and Oranges, 18,094 cars.Orapefruit. .

en. ,I to classify the work 80 far done bpjond this season amounted to about'
'I Coal miners have been out of worksince | Starling, :Mrs. Harney Forsyth and 14.92) cars.
.
)baffles! even experts."In A TONIC .J/P"! cars more than the h.-' .
March 31. Many of them are MrsWilliam Prevatt, all of whom sera '"n c rOf Tomatoes, 9,595; cars.Watermelons' ,
the bread of I the past year and one-half, the Oro e.. Tasteless chill Tonk yes".tarsEnergy live in this vicinity, except :Mrs. For. or ?0,08G cm, while the mirmtn's'' ; 8,116 cars.
scantily now o
eating with Lewis and other 1 period concurrent with the administration : and Vitality by Purifying and! yth, who lives in south Florida. t Points north of Savannah! it.* year | Potatoes 4,447 cars.
:Not -
charity.chief so who good salaries I of Governor Hanlee, $3,665, Enriching& the Blood. When you feel its His many friends here join in sympathy were 38,623 cars, or about 2,500 more Celery, 4,293 cars.
get
bin : .
420.05 was spent This Itnongthenlng.lmlgonting( | effect howit than the previous
represents | see with the bereaved family year. | Cabbage
2,868
hotel cars.
and' live at high-toned They t I more money than had been expendedn brings color to the cheeks and howIt Oranges and grapefruit constituted'

travel about over the country in Pull id' i five years prior to January 1, improves' the appetite, you 'v-Ul theu the largest single items. The past Vegetables Lettuce 2.139! cars. .
man curs and eat in the beat places. tiue 2,283; cars.
1921.: ? appreciate Its tonic value. season there were 18,094 solid cars of

,_ : That they may be sure this rich snap "The moot extensive road building Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply 666Cure. oranges shipped out of Florida and Cucumbers 2,022 cars.

r will continue they demand' that the as I low under way in Florida!, at the ex- Iroii and Quinine suspended iu syrup. So 14,929 carS of grapefruit. This I is, len Peppers, 998 cars

system' of taking the monthly due of .pleasant. even children like it. The blood Malaria Chill and Fever, )ranges but more grapefruit than the Strawberries 291 car:. .

miners. out of their pity checks be 666 quickly relieve Cold. Consti- needs QUININE=" to Purify it and IRON to Dengue or Bilious Fever. It kills season of 1920-21 when I Beans 223 cars.Cantaloupe. .
't there
Enrich: were
.
It. Dertmyc Malarial:
continued. I I>>>ati un. Biliousness and Headache. A germs and I I.616 129 cars.
the germs. :\), cars of and
G.ip germ 1o.1t5 Sirengtbeoiog. InvtgorEffect. I oranges 12,990 of Pineapples 33: .
car*
These union officials who thrive on I fine Tonic. grapefruit.
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I I FUIIY. SEPTEMBER: 13: 1922. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA. h ti.. .

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I
I, -- I I ;Mrs. A. tt. Pettit is in Lake Wale I ,stir.nnnr.r.nrTitnrvnnnrtnnnrsisrsr.nrrr.nisnnn rni./sr.ni.r.n 1
,
; s
on a business trip. t
( i C

I i t tI Bits of 1 I I Specials in men's- felt'hats, tr j ;a

1 I .$1.9,) and $2.93; at Sternberg's. 1 knew him when he was a boy ,


I t ,I :Sirs J. M.- :Mitchell: and Miss-Hilda Mist one fa there oft n that h
i: MI' nth spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. C ovcrtheoutrtandingsyccessof/ u lifelong friend Often a wr- r/J \ l I

..... ./ Oar Y..A. i'I' ... prim-seemingly' "..n of a "..Jd....." Yet neither surprising nor +,. f '
P r ,.......... *. .*. ,=...""r> <'1"* : I I I !1A.' Crowder returned Tuesday \ sudden,when. you trop to think hack over' cad step of liia prnllr;;; ,; /w, y,r.,' fd' \ i ir

J JHr. l, evening: from a trip to Lake City. rr:= HE ,United Stated Rubber Company makers of U. S. 1', a t, ; .J 4
..... '
? Jo C'!{
} nnil
Koyol i
I : 1 the Ial nee.' were tire. tAstira vhichtthere in Hiich coo .: '' '' 1 i''( ,
J. C. Wills spent Friday n 11' ;MI--I Col. A. Z. Adkins went to TallnlinsI 11 -
110 t plete unify of action In ticaj an.l..cllrcaKIIhac neither r r f lid / ''
ukHomillu on business visit in Jasp I .:Monday afternoon on a busines! C r r I ( 0 'j
?
!1"1'1'trip. :c 1 ih;. will give way before the oilier.rir \ ; ;: ;i tnl ) 1

1 r to conceive, make and! announce a complete, ti, 'f
:Miss Etta Tison and nephew, JohiI'mvell n j] Good ho [ I line of ttfCK-u tiro for every need of price and line under one ,V ( f 'r 4)I,1' I
spent Friday in Jacksonville 2 for 25c Dre.ss chambray. lOc a yard at standard of quality. ?r I'' ,t I '? \ d

Sternberg's.Mrs.t First to tell the public about the good anti bad in ) I h' 1
lire-rctailint (You ri-mernlier the phrase "Oo to 'k
Theodore Peeler, of Jacksonville., i:s N. B. Hull
a legitimate dealer and get a leKiuiiuttc tire.") .. ij /y. r i !
Jacksonville i
J. R Williams of / .
,.,ting his aunt, Mrs. 1. W. MorganSpecial Jersey tow' ti, I ti r f
was a week-end, guest at tho homo first nNo ro arouse industrial and trade qt K { y'
Gainesville. minds tn the need i>f u uiu bind ol tire 'j ,
lof Mr. and Mrs F. A. Scott. S V
!' reductions! on W. L. etltlomCnm( etitlonfurbcttetstnd .r, y ( r {
better '
pub's '"t
colors. Greater and greater I
"
.
Douglas shoes. Slernbers's.Mr. R. A. \\ The W. C. T. U. will give a Hal- he confidence.)

stores lowe'en masquerade p.lrty Friday, Oc-
and Mrs, P. E. Canova and son, Starke tober 27th, at the art) ory. C
Paul E. Jr., spent Friday in Gains' CC '
high gnot; along ale O. S, lo' '${''UJ, ,''t: kc ht; 'ill '
Louis II. '
die. Trlud "'
\ The subject at the morning serviceat to Ic.idcrHbip indicate the ?ti(' '"' 1' t t v '
general b the Presbyterian church next Sunday i intent the villl to win by the qualij > ,,

Dr. Henry Chace, of Ocala, was s in town will be tho "Extra Service." I \ > route ia .t price market. ,'dy xa''yl4 ,
here Thursday enroute for Jackson. \ Now that no many car-ov'hers ; : .. .i 1 i ll \ t t
ille. Mrs. The new ventilation nt the Presbyterian I Kavegivcn tKeirvcrdii t tor tiuality hId+!,,!, t i P M u t
Waldo, were church makes that cozy little tiresingcneralandU.S.Tiresin h i 1 I 't I Ipurticularanumherof
.
For building materials of all kind a' Aileen \ building Very comfortable.W. and car-o'ncra those \t Jcalcr lon tII .rtt i ; t 1;, .u +4 1 {; f I

to Boree's Lumber Yard on Cherry'I has been cl?uJcJ.by "dm- f R k j .
t o
bda ,
J. Townsend of Lake Butler count, "sales" and what i \
Capt. ,
street. 9-8-tf. not, arc (iculnnlnit tp ro- t+' S A dyilditj, f p ,,.1 i r ; j a ... ,
j State Farm, one of Union county's prominent men, I J
member tat they' kttcw i 4 -? '
/ I.i IVk, r
Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and daughter,, here. had business in Staike Tuesday. '' ll: f ndj 1, >f s + ; : : /
I y'i : I
in Jacksonville :
Elise: spent Saturday ( I'
.Mth relatives. Mrs. O. W. 3."c; size Vanilla J:Extract two r, aw, i e flare .1:) :;
ter, Carol, bottles for 3(>c on the Itexall Ic United StatcsTlrcs I a' \

Arrow collar1, !soft' and stiff,. Live Oak. Pale) at Mitchell's, Sept. 11, 15) Good Tires ,,, 0 t tt. ,1 t tI
I iind! 16th. I:" \
::Wc at Stcrnlerg's.Mrs. I .
Miss May V '" 6M\il

A. Z. Adkins and children'were a guest at I Little Miss Isla Poppell, of PlantCity u.c.fJI'h.ti.!,.!.0.. >- '' wvv .
'. Lawtey first of the week visiting C. L. Peek. Is here visiting )her gran par- I,, .
Mr. and Mrs. James: Poppell.Mrs t
Mrs. M. E. Edwards.
I r i mtier, .
Mr. and :: U. S. Royai Cord Tares \\.'

Mr.\ and Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Mr. ando Ililliard, are C. C. Shaw and daughter' / Mar- t. .h.. :>,)

,, 'Edward Burns spent! several and Mrs. of Pensacola' spent last week n United States Rubber CnrnpanyF'Erder.e I: \"

,'. cently at Kingiley lake at the !Mrs G. C. Sweat. '
T..r Ol bf 4G 75, ax.dr.d tied ,':w\I i ,'
? \
I .p..r
''Atl'11 i,, (i cottage. Miss[ Nello :. ( 11 ; 'IiT ,,, its )d 1lrrydw Nnr.Fa V't, ,y ,,n4 t ,

spent the c: i Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Wainwright, of }
.
Li A"ett's Opeko Tea; 2 packages I :Mrs.[ E. L. Butler, recently visits! his \ '::'' '

for 51c on the Kexall Ic Mrs. E. J. Wainwright. I
..ale._ Sept. II I, 15; 16th. :mtchl'1I' I Mrs }[ u..rriv.irri.rtwri.rsriru' + .ivvt/rrvvvrrvvr/vrirrrrr/vvtivivd: l ,.I

!>4 Drug Store. ville, is here The solo by Miss Hilda Struth nt
.
I and Mrs. J. Wficrc You
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Horace Wilson Carl Johns and I I : Presbyterian church last Sunday J. W. ANDREWS JR. Dealer
I
I'uil Canova, J;., left Monday for :Misses: \ greatly enjoyed by nil present., : Can Buy STARKE, FLA., ,

.tinesvillc; to enter the University of Buyer, of U. $. Tires ;
Florida. Bradford The W. C. T. U. held an Interesting {

Tuesday' afternoon at the

E R. Neff and family have been J. II Ritch (>llOdi"t! church: this being the first .

-pending[ a while at Kingsley lake, ed home after / :!' after the summer! vacation _'__ _'_ I.. :

r ""wryint.hlt 'Cickliter cottage. nt Kingsley I BOX surrrit I GRAHAM: ,'

I i I Carl Johns has entered" the llniveri rENT \ | The W. C. T U. will give n box I|! Graham, Sept. 15.-)Dr. Parks, of 1'
:Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. C. M. Burden Col.! D. E. of Florida! where he will take n ; business .
i A-\VORD !supper' at the armory on Friday night, Ktfirke, was a professional
I Durden and Bob !: I
Thursday '
Miss Jennetto see j course preparatory to enter '
: caller hero Tuesday. t
Sept 2lh!) the proceeds to bo donatedto )
Medlin motored to Gainesville Mon- pardoning a medical college.iMissps : the fund for furnishing the restroom I Messrs.( Geiger Hurry and Dub Sur-
,l holy and spent the day. .
Chandler I at the Wom.in's: Club. This Is rency were business visitors to Hampton -
o'I, Mona Alderman nnd Louise I j
certainly a worthy object and It Is Wednesday.,
A. Smith and children here Tuesday
:Mr. and Mrs. II. .. f
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left !Monday for -
: Tallahis j hoped the supper! will be liberally pat AlftnIontColl1pry! / of Orange/ Park,
motored to Mr. and Mrs.
of Jacksonville, FOR SA [, ; resid"uf"tl North
-Illy on
where they will be students nt the ronized. in visiting his grandparents, Mr. and ". .
Starke for the weekend, and were I Walnut '
street. Apply to :Mrs.V.
/ State College for Women. J
!Mrs. A. .1. Md Kinney.O .
uuests: of Mr. and Mrs J. T. Qulgley. William C. Powell, Starke.II2L.! :! I Waldo. -,
spent several .----- -\ SEER cons, COWPEXS. J.'KrI W. Uvnl pent Friday In "'
Allan Canova left Monday for Jacksonville parents, Mr. I W. p. Carrnwav of Nashville, Tenn., WANTP I)-MisHioriury strawberry I mAN8III.U'I':: : : mASS :SEED; : I Levy Presc-ott, of XifT, was a butt- t
i I mirchnscd fr. II. Brown's mess visitor here Saturday. ,
bunga
after spending the past weekwith I' plants; second runners prefcrreil.) SORGHUM: : ,\ t
I and,) four-nrre tract southeast 01' Elands Moines, Mountcocha! was
his I1I1rl'nts'o1 and Mrs. E. E. D. F). G. C. Cady, Starke. -15-tf() For Immediate shipment All R'n..oll-I I
I Tuesday in and l will hereafter be number! a visitor here Saturday.Messrs. .
Canova. business Stnrke's citizenship. FOR SALE-Gooil l horse, buggy and tilde Field and Vegetable! Seeds. Write !\ Hay :McKinney and Alfr.V '

j / ___ _________ wagon; also good Jersey mulch cow for Price List and Catalogue.;" Our 'Montgomery, <>f Orange/ Park, spent
-
Society I I
New Royal arriving embrojdery every | Mr. and :\( !Mrs. :J. "M demons, Mr and! Mrs! nnd calf, and 11 head of hogs. B. beautiful and instructive catalogue; It \Wdriesdiv!' ) with relatives. '

week;packages be prepared for (fhrht- ] have moved L. Kelly and daughter! Genevieve, G. !Molt, Starke.. !11-8-2t.) I free and gives valuable informal' enl O. W. Hyal spent Saturday! at the

Birmingham, nrrt guests of their farming nndtllrd..ning for Florida county sent.Messrs.! v
East I
tage on i
Sternberjr's.Mr. /
mas; on sale at FOR SALE-Our Walnut street residence I
i I and the Smith. Write to UM today for and
I !Mrs. Anna G. Murrhee. It has E. J. Murrhee, crying
at a bargain, it sold at onl'1!. I Ij
and Mrs. T. A. finnson mid Hnllis twelve years since !Mr. Krjly has :, fpccliil' prices on your, seed requirement j Truby Dynl spent Monday In Starke.
family have returned home after I j next week .. Starke and he is much pleasec Write Jay S. Drown, Plant City, ,. Our complete MtHk will enabletin II Mr. and :Mrs. Truby I 1I'al spent the
Fla.
upending the summer at Fiftone Mi's.losephine \ I I' ior class at the improvement and growth nr 8-18-St-l06 j to supply you to advantage in price week-end with relatives. at Sampson
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Brinson hat also returned I I place. This party made the trip I and quality.K. : Pity. ,
FOR
SALE:: About 40 refrigerators
berry A. J\lAHTI-l SEED COMPANY: and Frances" '
from Hcndcrsonville, N. C. 1 I am Birmingham to Starke by auto I Misses Ethel Byrd
i!I floors of !, sixty-four <)ulrt.: Dirt I Oldest, and Largest Herd 1 )House In Fla. I Murrhee attended! service at Little
I cheap for cash Drown & Son, Plant 202-20(1 K. !St. Jacksonville! Tin.
Saturday-For school children cement by the City, Fin 8-18-81-10-0) ( Hay I II Springs Sunday..
only-Heirular' <;0c box of candy, I 98tf. ) TO COTTON GROWRaiford --I

2 boxes for OOc. Turner's Drug/ ERS FOR SALE-ICO aero farm, also oso.-ono.-oaot-- '.ozreIii : ,

Store. Fresh line of candies.Mrs. !Saturdt; }' house nnd lot in Starke, tho property I p

----- I only-Re Fla., Sept 1, 1922. of tho estate of It. It. Wynn Ap-

C. M. Bell and daughter/ Marjorie 2 boxes for Telegraph, ply to L. A. or L. J. Wynn, Starke, I It's
spent Saturday and Sunday in Store. Fre Starke, Fla. Fla. Oot-ft.j Iii a LO.I1 I j

Gainesville, and were accompaniedhome Dear Sir-Will you please allow me $ -y: I
by her sister, bliss; Julia' King, C. J. Powell \<,e in put the following notice In FOR SALE: CHEAP Uuick Six I In i;
of Gainesville. :Morris. a paper for the benefit of the cot- No. 1 condition, with second set of I
sion of Laura ) growers.I tires; tires are practically new. A. I j i p

:Mr. and Mrs. HowecCflrmkk; [ ..f 1 tern corner of am prepared to buy cotton and Wainwright, Route 1, Starke. To a Better GARAGE Than Ours ia x ..

Gainesville, motored here and spent : cludes one pay the highest market price I 9-t-tf. o vH

Sunday and Monday with his grand- ready to :gin: either Sea Island or H D
FOR SALE-A practically new piano. o
I in and
mother, Mrs. Howe. Bill McCormick $1.00 cotton for anyone who wants Will sell cheap. A. A. Wainwright, Efficiency workmanship reason-
accompanied them and is upending writing ginned. I do not handle short Route 1, Starke. 0-1-tf ableness in cost arc what every car ''
the week at Kingsley lake. on the at all, but make a specialty of ,
is looking for.
ell's Sept. 11 : Sea Island) and) taking care FOR RENT--Two furnished flats of owner II

Liggett's Opeko Coffee, two the seed 1 for any one who wants to 4 rooms each. D. E. Knight, Starke. Those who patronize us have found '

pounds. for 51c on the Uexall Ic Earl Roberts; their seed. 8-25-4t; o that for which they seek. 0
sale ar Mitchell's. Sept. llth, of"lhe The Sea Island, cotton market has a

13th: and 16th. tered the opened up yet and I realize: I can- PILES, constipation, ulceration, fistula o Now we are waiting for YOU to get o ,

Gainesville.! pay more for cotton than anyone fissures, bleeding, itching, curedat in on the good work we are doing for
Mrs. O. L. Beasley had as guests but I can and will pay as high/ a home. Write for free trial painless

this week her mother, Mrs. C. M. Boree's <'e for( cotton as any other buyer, pile combination. S. Tarney, I] others. 't

Durden, Miss Jeanette Durden and' street, Is hea will save you the kind of seed you Auburn, Ala.. 8-lS-5t* .

Bob Medlm. of Tampa. Mrs. Durdon lath, cement It cotton prices,advance any t '
and daughter, Miss Jeanette have just other builders' it will advance at Raiford as LOST A. -F"-Evemharp; Reasonable pencil reward., initials C.. "C A.I j I Sales Agent for BUICK CARS S

returned from a visit to Albany, Ga. expect to compete at all time in
E. K. We are glad to serve onyone Futch Starke. nKleno 11 When Better Cars are Built Buick will Build Them n t

of Miami, Is visiting today from has in the of
Mrs. C. F. Sayfes, cotton way buying t
Dental Creme, large;: II
at the home of her parents, Col. spent the ginning. It is no use to ship your U' ,
size! two tubes for 51c on the
and Mrs. C. L. Peek. Dr. Sayles is the National off from home when you can exall, Ic Mile Sept. 1'1, 15, loth., Agent for KELLY TIRES I ..
expected to arrive today and spend the same prices end_ accommoda o a
at Mitchell's.T .
two days here, before( going North Rev. W. E. at home. a i.7
for vacation. Irs. Sayles will spenda the Floreus f Yours for better prices for cotton. o
a
...tl...... ... nrnfieln
and) corner JefTer ran
month here with her parents A. D. ANDREWS.Colds .
than ItTutt's
wuft b* inorw a pa".et
other relatives. drews, of .m..t e_. ._... __... aI_.. ud.ub.ru. Fireproof GarageFREEMAN :
I Daugherty are

of butter at after having Pills I
Large peanut
jars Cawe *ir' p .a4 fcltuenz
Mitchell's Drug Store on the Tennessee. I REGISTER, Prop. STARKE, FLA. g 1p

Rexall Ic sale. One jar 35c.; two J ... Then 8&OssO t.. on C\'t'IUTZTof'U if! ou. .-_"_ a.tor.ht chitin,. _r.._ .to....tb.._bowel.* AIM...m.tnll.' I 0
jars for ,16c. Sept. 11, 15, 16th. Subscribe for V/ CXOVEUe.n I .... 9u. '- 81 ot-oso.'o= .OCiC ,


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: PAGE SIX DDADFORD COUNTY TELEGR'rn. STARRE FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER IS.:; 1922.

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I "FLAPPERS" AN AID TO 1I

: .. .. ... ... .. ... ..... .. .. "IN A BAD WAY"If
$ r.*..* **** # ***** ** ** ****** ***** ** ***** **. *.1 I ; l'UY.Sl'OI, ( SAVS"Flappers" is--1 1'I I : of Legislature IRHfi.Joint. of Resolutions the of State 1921.of propound under Flor--


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: amendment to the Cunslitutlon of the I
With The Bradford are doing missionarywork Slnl" of Floridii. and tho same were agreedi

your back Kiws out ; by driving. young men to be i by a vote of three-fifths of all the mcmIITS -
elected. to each home: that the voteson
; Become hunt' ,-. "'nU or .Kiting; minister, declares the Rev. Paul Ra- snld Joint, Rcaolutlnnil were entered upon

It urinary U'oubl"11 MI till. their ri..,piulve Journals, with the yea and
County Farmers tIer, D. D., of Chicago. mllvreon.. and they did determine and direct -

Perhaps[ your kidneys, ure "In a "lJetter.a heathen with a club, thana that the said Joint Resolutona be snnmitled -
bnd way." to the electors of the Slate at the
: 1 .I young woman with a lip stick seems Gpn'.1 f etlon In November 11122.
_.......................................................__._.... ................... DOHII'H Kidney Pills me for weak NOW THEREFORE, I. H. CLAY CRAWFORD -
kidneys. to bp the opinion of the young men, Secretary of State of the State of

the asserted. "Their idealismof 'lorldn. dn hereby give notice that a
poster
Local evidence t rn\ > $tln-ir met It.

L. II. Riistman, rH.nt! traveling women has been killed by 'flapper GENERAL ELECTION
CVITNTY ACKNTS' REItRTSAlnchun I ion poultry HpccinlUt, says is the v.111 be held In each county In Florida on Tiiei-
man :Mnln tft., Stnilie a.vx"I. : bulla customs. succeeding. the ft mt Monday In No-
next
1 diy
bent planned, best Kept and the best grout deal of trouble) with lilY kidneys 'rmber. A. D 1922. the said Tuesday! belnir. We grind Our Own Lenses

-Man}' Sou Island cotton ippeuring/ of Its nature in America. lu 8t I'eterxbuiK. "Morlda, some Ihe SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor I
,
, )growers report that they are harvesting .veurs HUD!!:: There.is a Horeuess "COLD IN TIlE hEAD"Is the ratification or rejection of tho *nldInint NODELAYQainesVille.

! % a third of a bate of cotton to the Gudxden-We attempted .to visit every across thf small of my tack and I ThuHe an acute attack oC Nasal"colds Caturrli.In tneheuil" Resolutions proponing amendment to
\ fubjiKl to |I" i '. acre. Meade cotton indicates half u farm in the county this week, felt pretty l.une. I su 1TI'I'PcJ, wlih se will tlnil ti .11. ill" u o of H.\I.IIJ the Florida..
: CATAHUli MKO; -..INIJ; will build up the
'" bale to the acre, while one farmerexpects canvassing for and! announcing the cooperative vere pain In the bark or m> head 8ye1..m anil 'iH'ti' them loim, I llutiu 't"rolds \ Amendment.IOINT RESOLUTION to Section 10 of Proposing Article :XII sn -

l'i.' t<> pick 15: bales from his sales to be held September and everything seemed, In a blur. A Itvpeut attack of A* utu C'a- of the Constitution of tha. State of }Florida THISTLES AND) HOSES SMIfU
neIghbor juhtued me to try' Doan's Uirrli. mny, le ul to Chronlf Catairh. Relating to Education.
) planting of 15 acres.Pufnam 23. l"i ty-three farmers pledged cattle I JIALI.-H I'ATAHRUIEIII' INIJ l III He It Resolved by the LegIslature of the Slate TilE SAME TO TilE DEAD
t Kidney Pills. and they helped m. taken InUTMiillv "Ii.1 I arts tliruUKli InoUlootl of Florida!
hOIt'Mlnd chickens for the first from the mart. One! box of Doan'scured on the V ii'otiaj 8'irfm-e of Uibynlom. ," That the following amendment y p Section
t -Four communities were Kale. I Hum i r..clur'fn" tlio InflammationnTK 10 of Article XII of thn Constitution of the A few days ago there was a loath
mo I ( nlRtin.; N.itiiii In ruolurlii normalcomlrtionH State of Florida relating to education he.
t( visited thin week in interest of tho Price COo. at 11.11 deiil-ru, Uott't and the same Is hereby agreed. to and shrill in a certain community. The man had
.
All niKKilH. f'I:! ( iilnri fnuK. '. submitted to the electors of the State .t
he lived life of but
.! county fair project and three niimej .1., 1 HltU' '\ <' M. IVRet a goodness, for all
L:>.kc-The Ll.'e burg Citrus Club J. Chuo.r: & i 'lo.ulo; Ohio. the general election of representative in 192JTor
I f.I c< mmittops to supervise thi'ir exhib Bonn's KI met 31 ,
Saturday, strong, and discussed Section 10. The Legislature may providefor
; its. Two farmers had their cattle fall fertilizers for the citrus Mr. East 1111\n had.! I"t"I'.Ml1burn th. division, of any county or counties Into I and! censured every lay for a variety -

grove. Co., Mfra. Buffalo. N.. Y NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED! convenient school dlntrlct : and for the .leo- of things; that would have been
tented for tuberculosis.Suwnnnco who
: UNDER HKCTION 675 OK TUB linn biennially of three school trustee* .
! -- ----- GENERAL STATUTES hall hold their office for two years and who amusing if the result had been less
VeRoto-Etrorts are being made to temperature and comfortable rights Notice .. hereby given that L. B MoGIII.purchiuur ilinll, have the supervision of all the schools i
t -The first co-operative of Tax Certificate No. 2HR. dated within th0 district and for the levying and pitiful. lIe lived practically alone.hurt
establish an Italian colony in our help make poultry keeping pleasantand the end day of August, A. D. 1K20 has filed 1 collection of a dmtrlct school tax for tho exclusive -! the attitude of his
I hog sale was held this week nnd wall a said certificate in my office and h.. mad. flee. of public free schools within the by neighbors, whomi
Can state
Two of county. profitable. we not, as a I application for tax deed. to Issue In accordance district whenever a majority of the qunll-i I he loved and jrrcived that hJ was notable
urcess. curs hours were sold, advance poultry keeping by making with law. Said: certificate embraces the fled, electors thereof that pay a tax on real. i
' No. I's-bringing 7 1-2 cents. fullnwlnx diwcribixl 1 property situaU-d. in Bradford or personal property shnll vole in fever of to win them closer to him. Inyt.nrs
TilE HOME GARDEN IN FALL) possible the running of a modest egg county }Florida to-wif such levy ; provided that any tax .uthorl' rd he had tried
Lot 4 Suction 21. Tp. 8 South Range 22 hr this not exceed ten mills onthe II prone by to overlook
contest of our own at the state's university I"I\
Bant 33 .. taxable
AND
WINTER : ao. the
:Madison Wo hold one year on their hard remarks and had ventured!
a co-operative ? It will increase interest in The said land being asscased at tho dntc projierty of the district.
hog; sale at Madison August 20! when of thi laHUiincv of such certificate In tho name to slip the manic cirela that held
It; Is a good time to plant the full poultry; stimulate better handling of of Unknown. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing nn J| words and smiles. But
212 hogs were sold. Special stock Link.. .ad! certificate shall bo redeemed Be. Amendment to Article V of the Conntltu-1 friendly nlusi
and winter garden. A good !garden poultry at home, as well as call attention cording to law tax deed will iiiBUe thereon tion of the Stale of Florida Relative to the i he soon neither his feelings
have been nave up
, pens completed at Green to Florida as u good, poultry on tko htvor. September A. 1). 1022. Judiciary, Department. >
ville. The Seaboard Railway and the comes in very conveniently luring a \VItnosa : alKnalure and. seal 1 this He It Resolved by tha Legislature of the Slate nor his pride being proof against theI
o' time of strikes and hard state. the Utn day of Auiitut A. D 19J2. of Florida! i I
county breeders association cooperated general O./ W. ALDERMAN. That the following amendment, to Artie'. 1'Heemirifr enmity of the circle.
in times.I Continuing, he saiil that northern! Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County Florid. V of the Constitution of the State of Florida One day he died. There he lay still
building them. states had their egg-Iayinir contests, I ItiinlJ: a-la-Bt-fl-15 Klatlvo to the Judiciary Department to be |
mond! l Red beets and Cowhorn and -.- -- numbered Section 4:1: of said Article V. bo and I in death and on his face a peace that
White Globe that he had watched the results at NOTI'E OP ELECTION t 11 lii., sumo is hereby airreed to and shnll I lie
Purple Top turnips can I indicative of the nature of theI
"'alton-Our.,9rders for fruit treesto To tho Bhurilf of Brad lord County of the ubmltleil to tha electors nf the state at the )I wail
I be and Storrs, Conn., for over ten years. He trineml, election to be held on the first Tu.'...
planted immediately. Cabbage
be delivered in November ,! December / State of Florida I I man. The community awaked to hear
an after the first Monday In November. A. I
nay
explained that six years ago New Jer- lie it Known, That T. H. Clay Crawford
t' have about reached the 50,000 Collard! plants should not be (lelayedlong Secretary, of State of the State of Florida, do D 1922. for ratification or rejection to-wt: of his death and with one accord they
built its first contest plantat Sec 41. Tha Legislature from time '
egg may I
is being set out. Shorthorn sey hcri'by give notice that a
mark. Cotton is bringing Rood price carrots GENERAL, ELECTION '" time and as the bnsineiul of any circuit requires hastened to the lonely house on the

a to our farmers. and Blaokeye and Conch peas Vineland. It proved to be so helpful I Will be held In Bradford County. State of provide, for tho appointment of one or I I' hill. Flowers they carried and placed
S'ldltlonnl Circuit Juilves for such Cir-
and valuable to the poultrymen Florida, on Tuesday next succeedmit thu first morn
should also be planted at once. An Monday, in November, A. 1>. l2t the said'lueadiiy cult. Each such additional. Circuit Judge shall upon his silent form and his eyes were
that last the legislature of that I be srtpointed by the Governor nnd confirmed '
belnir
year
Bay-Have succeeded In purchasing I, early planting of Gherkin cucumberswill .Jh'lJAY' OP NOVEMBERFor \ the Senate* and hold office for *lx years,. as blind as his cars were cleafto the
insure state voted fund for two additional State and shall receive the same salary and allowances j
thousit I having sweet pickles to eat United States Senator from the words of kindness that hovered about
satsuma trees which
a ( more plants one to be begun last Novem- of Florida, for six years from March 4. 10.M. for expense a* other Circuit Judges.
later. Early Long Island eggplant; Ho, shall have all the and perform all I
11 are in Trent demand in this county. For ono Representative of the Second Con- power
and Gradus : should not 'ber, and, the other next November. KrutKional District' of the State of Florida, in the duties that are or may bo provided or II him.Too
\ Held three poultry meetings this week I English/ peas the Sixty-fluhth Conicress of the United Sta_. prescribed. by the Constitution or by statute latel! How often it haprcnK.I .
be overlooked, as both are splendid I The three are in different sections of I'or Superintendent of Public Instruction of for Circuit Judge and all statutes eoncern-
kind
the
Was assisted these meetings by Dr. the fitting into local conditionsand the State of florida. ',.. Circuit Judge hall apply to him. Wherever How much better to say
state
Snnborn extension poultry I fall vegetables. I'or two Justices of the Supreme Court of there are two or mere Circuit Judire words and carry the flowers ..> the
specialist
reaching and benefitting more of the State of Florida. appointed for a Circuit the business mny be I
Every kitchen garden should have For two Railroad Commissioner of the divided amonir the Circuit Judirea having jurisdiction living. Yet, there is scarcely one of
the people. Dr. Sanborn explainedthat State of rlorlda. In the Circuit and in County In '
any
included liberal planting of early
i I, Palm Beach-Inspected an irrigation a almost self- For two Members of the House of Representatives the Circuit ... may be prescribed by law. and those that read this but is guilty of
these contests
i' system which covers 1010 acres Curly kale and Ostrich Plume mus are of the State of Florida. where nn provision has been made by' law. the same thing. It is a failing that all
II.t. I
supporting. For County Surveyor.For the distribution of the business of the Circuit
! oo\\ on East Beach: The water will be run tard. Set out White Pearl onion sets Five Members of the Board of County between the Circuit Judge of the Circuit and mankind deems guilty of.
Commissioners.rnr of County in the Circuit. and the allotment -I
,'I, I underground from Lake Okeechobee. I and plant some spinach and salsify. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX I EED three Member of the County Board of any or assignment. of matters and case to ]I Too late! What a comfort to hug ti>

<< r The garden should also have a few UNDER SECTION 87* OF TilE Public Instruction. be heard, decided ordered tried decreed or'adjudged '. one's heart when death claims friendsor
; GENERAL; STATUTES For Justice of the Peace in and for the following shall be controlled or made whennecesnnry ,
I
Polk-The fruit situation is encouraging hills of early Pattypan squash and of Notice I In, hereby riven that F. F. Flume. Justice Districts, vlsi by the Circuit Jud". holding the I relatives to be able to remember
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 277. dfltedthe No. One. commission earliest In date. No additional
I )I and better and cleaner fruit IsII' chives. The latter is an excellent pungent 2nd flay of Auitust. A. DU WO. ban flied No. Two. Circuit Judire or Juel...... shall be authorlxed I that kind words and deeds had surrounded -

, in evidence. winter vegetable and i IK.vt'ry desirable Hid certificate In my office and haa maila application No. Three. to be appointed: In a Circuit 'having less than him while alive.-Marianna
for tax doed to Inane In accordancewith No. Seven. 7H.OIIO Inhabitants I by the lout Federal or Stateeenaus I
5 for use in soups and gravies. law. SaId certificate embraces the folloivInK No. }:I..ht. occurring next before the passage of Times-Courier.
r described. property situated la Bradford Fur Constable: In and for the following Justice the law for his or their appointment.. The i
A small should be
J... Hamilton-Our cotton crop lIS..muchhll' patch of parsley county. Florida. to-witl District. via: Legislature may repeal any Isw providing for
planted for garnishing It South Half of N 420 ft of Northeast Quar.toe No. One. the appointment of an additional! Circuit[
better than expected, especially long purposes. I of Southeast Quarter. S.... 34, Tp. 7, 8. R. No. Two. Jildue. or additional Circuit Juilirea for a Oaf,1. FALSE TEETH BLOCK SEWER

I'' I staple, which is yielding best. Prices also gives a splendid flavor to soups 22: R.. 10 ..,...... The said land being assessed No. Three. oilit. but ahuch repeal shall not affect to
at the date of the Issuance of such certificateIn No. Seven. term salary and jurisdiction of a Judge holding -
! I are satsifuctory. .j and meats. the name of Unknown. No. fclnht.. an appointment.A Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 5.- What:
Fast growing vegetables are more Unless said certificate shall he redeemed .... In testimony whereof I have hereun.t !
1 cording to law tux deed will issue thereonon my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an is one-half of a let of false teeth

: c; St. Johns-An outbreak of hog cholera succulent and tender than those allowed the 9th day of October A. D. 1922. State of Florida. at Tallahassee, the Capital Amendment to Section 3 of Article XVI of I worth?
, W1lnti.il my nircial signature and seal this this, the twenty-fourth day of August AD.. the Constitution nf the State of Florid I I
.\ was intercepted and checked this to grow slowly, and in order to the 4th day of Sept. A. I). 1922.G. lVa' Relating' to the Time of the Payment of The city of Birmingham has just
W. ALDERMAN. H. CLAY CRAWFORD. Salaries of Stat. Officers. I!
produce such the liberal use of a good
t week. ISi-al) Clerk Circuit Court. ('S'nll! Secretary of State.Ta Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State completed payments approximating
commercial fertilizer is to be recom- B-H-fit-10-e 9 W J. Epperson SherilC: Bradford County. 0' Florida : for set according: to
$500 an ,
If 9-l-10t-ll-a upper
That the following amendment to Section 8
i Osccola-The strawberry is putting mended. Give frequent shallow cultivation NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOB TAX DEED of Article XVI of the Constitution, of the Street Com. George C. Moore.
in order to conserve moistureand UM)KR SECTION. 575 OF TilE NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Stale of Florida relating to the time of the
this county to the front. More settlers I (NEKAL: STATUTES UNDER SECTION 075 OF TUB payment of the salaries of State otficven la For several years the sanitary sever \ -

are coming in and new crops are to stimulate growth. If the plants Notice la hereby given that G. W. Andrews. GENERAL STATUTES hereby agreed to and shall! be submitted to Eleventh avenue, south, has been
I purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 1(19.! dated Notice I Is hereby iiiven that' T. C. Ilasen the electors of the Slate for adoption or rejection on
j. being planted. lag, top dress with a quickly available the 2nd dny of August. A. 1) 11120 has filed purchaser of Tax Certificate No.: 152, dateIthe' at the next general tuleetlonof representative giving; the city authorities all kinds of
fertilizer and work in with a rake. said certificate In my office and I haa made application 6th day of Auuust. A. I>. 1018. baa Hied to lie held In the year A. D. 1022 went
for tax deed to issue In accordancewith said certificate In my office and has made application That la to cay said section shall be amended trouble. A former administration

Brevard-This week marks the beginning law. Said certificate embrace the fol- for tax deed to issue in accordancewith to read as follows : I to the of installing an overflow -
lowtntr described property aituatcd In Brad law. Said certificate embrace the following Section, 3. The salary of every officer shall j| expense
l of the citrus season for this SAVE ItEGRARWEEI) HAY ford County, }Florida to-witl : described property, situated In Bradford bo payable monthly upon hla own reuuiHUtlon. sewer to remedy the fault. But
South Half of Northeast Quarter county. Florida towltlCommencing .
of South.ea.t
f' county. The first shipment, grapefruit 200 ft W of G line of Southwest with this the trouble continued.
I !.quarter 61*.. 23. 'l'p. 6 8 R 20' East 20acres. I even ,
, '. of November bloom, was moved The feeding value of beggarweec Quarter of Southwest Quarter on N aids A JOINT RESOLUTION Proponing an excavation was' made
The said land being asseMed at the date of of Ky right, of way and run N HV4 ft, W :MOft Amendment to Section 3 of Article VII of Finally an
f-" ,; out by express. It passed the acid I Ii hay is often underrated by even goodI the Issuance of such certificate In the name S to right of way thence E on said right. the Constitution of the State of Florida. I the sewer opened, and, holding backa
i of Joseph Sleret..... Unleiia of wax to the point of b"11 in SouthwestQuarter Relating to Census and Apportionment, and .
said
test. I I farmers. This plant i is a legume, a lie, redeemed according to law certificateshall tax deed of Southwest Quarter See H, Tp. 7 to Number of Members of the Senate and pile of rubbish the workers discovered -

i I! which' takes from the will Issue thereon the S. It. 20 B. 1 acre.The ef the House of Representatives.Bu falseteeth.
plant nitrogen on tth day of October of set of
r. I, A. I>. 1U2Z.Witn Hind land being aiwessed at the date It Resolved by thu Legislature of the Stntaf the upper half a

Marion-The fair association Is at I 1! air by means of germs which live in ,.ia my official signature and seal this of of the U. }issuance. .of such certificate in the nuins Florida t The rubbish was cleaned! away

' work planning the best fair in the I I nodules on the roots, And it consequently I I tho 8th day of September.G. W.A. D. 11122. Galney.UnltM said certificate shall be redeemed .... Section That the a of following Article VII proposed of the amendment Constitutionof to the sewer joined back as it was, and

I history of the county this fall. The 1'r contains more protein substances U-II-6t-10-8(Soul) Clerk ALDERMAN.Circuit Court. the cooling Jn.1 to day law of October.tax deed A.will D.lusue 1U22.thereon on apportionment the State of Florida and to the relating number, to census of mem and no further trouble has been experienced.

J county agent Is again Extensions !' than ordinary grass hay. Witness my official .1I mllnll/C/ r. .
-
the Soth day of August A. D. 1922. be and the same Is hereby agreed
.1:' i' are being made on the Wonder ,I' Prof. J. M. Scott, of the Florida Experiment NOTICE the Circuit OP. VALIDATION Court of the Eighth OF" Judicial S S'Jn Clerk Otrcuit Court.O. Bradford W. ALOcRMAN Countv. Fla. to and shall be submitted to the electors. of Street Commissioner. Moore states I
state of ;" Poultry Farm, East: Lnke "'( Station, urges every farmerto Circuit I
t r. This is the plant Dr. Sanborn 'lr'l utilize as much of this valuable legume Town of Petitioner.Starke. Bradford County Fla.. CALOMEL GOOD HUTAWUFLLY the tives flrnt to he Monday held. In on November the flint Tuesday in November after the teeth. 1 1GUARDIAN'S

I, as he possibly can. lie says ... TREACHEROUS A. D. 1022 ; that Is to say, that Section a of
\:. State of Florida. r Article VII of the Constitution of Florida NOTICE TO SELl. RE.I J
I t that the yield is ordinarily not as
: I II Jhoap.>ndent. sIted ,IK amended to read as follows : I .ESTATE: ,
"' { great; as from Crab grass or Para Notice is hereby given to the public and Next Salivate Shock Liver Section, 8. The Legislature that shall meet Tn Court of County Judge, !State' of Florida.IIradford ,
Dose :
taxpayer, May A. D. 102': and those that shall meet County.
and
eitixens of every
the
grass, but when cut at the right time, Ilrailfurd County. Florida, and Town all of Stark.In.. Or Attack Done- ten years thereafter ehall apportion the representation I I In re e.tat.. of J. S. Dixon. Minor. I
persona
when termte therein that on the 10th in the Senate the wholo number Notice la hereby given to all whom It mayomeern
one-fourth of the field is in full day of Sep.
Queer i of Senators lint to exceed 89 miardlan of
tember. A. I). 11122. at Palatka. In Putnam members and that Matilda Dixon \
I bloom, it makes a superior hay, a hay lounty. 10rlcl.. at One o'clock the Honorable It Is at. the same time shall also apportion the rep. I.ueile Dixon. Easter. Dixon and Maggie. May
: A. V: LOOK. Judge of the court You know what calomel is. stnlatlon In the House of Representatives, I Dixon. will on the 1 Ith dny of'Octo'
I aforesaid will minor.
., ; so palatable that stock will not let as The eountle having one hundred, I Honorable K. f
hear the above entitled cause upon the petltion mercury quicksilver. Calomel is dan thousand or ber. A. D. 11122 apply to the
much of the Town of Starke. Bradford County ; I more population shall have four representa. A. Green, county Judge In and for said eounly. I
to waste of other I
i. Feelings I /go as hays. rlorlda. for an order of said, court validating gerous. It crashes into sour bile like tives each ; the counties having thirty thouxsnd Bt his office In Starke. In said county at ,
Practically all hay crops make the and connrmlntc certain bon, In tho sum of and and not more thnn one hundred thousand 1 iWolock a. m, or as soon thereafter .the
Thirty-six Thousand (I18.UOV.OO) 1>011.... In dynamite, cramping sickening population" shall have three Itoprreontnttvu.rach. matter can be heard, for authority to at
.'Some time ago, I wu very best fgrnwe when cut in the middle of: denominations of On. Thousand Dollars each you. Calomel attacks the bones and ,. the counties having tan thousand five nuhlir or private sale I the lnter'wt :1 call 'j.
hundred' and not
) bearing Interest at the rate of alx centum more than thirty thousand minors In the following described real
, Irregular. writes Mrs. Con the blooming period. If cut before : per
IS should be into population shall have two representatives each.
> per centum) per annum payable semi-an- never put your sys In said county, to-wltl J
Robie, 01 J ikevllle, Ky. "I this time, there will be little hay left nually. said bonds being Issued for the pur. All counties having I luis th.n ten thousand South: Half of the Northeast Quarter of the
uttered a great deal and knewI pose of reconstructing and enlarging the wa tem. five hundred population shall have one Representative -Northensl Quarter and Southeast Quarter of

must do something lor this because of the high content of water terworks and electric light plant of the Townof If you feel bilious, headachy, constipated as provided each.for In The this basis amendment of apportionment Northwest Quarter of Northeast Quarter orSee. 1
Starke Florida shnll he 22 FL. which application
18. S.
Township Six.
condition. I suffered mostly evaporated. The older the plants get, Notice I. hereby given to the above named and all knocked out, just go the Federal Census next preceding the ap- will he hamxl R the ""Ut for '
with my back and a weakness'in the less water they contain. If over. to show cause at the time and place herein- portionment; made by the Legislature.. Every such sale now on Ale In said
my limbs. I would have dreadful above spveltled. if any they have, why said to your druggist and get a bottle of County shall have at .least one Representa Dated Sept. H, A. D. 1922. cun
headache I had hot flashes ripe, the water content will be so low bonds should not be validated and con iI nn.... Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents tive The Governor shall by special. message MATILDA DIXON.
Dated this to each Mouse at the appropriate. I'
the 28th day of August A. session of Guardian.
p and very queer feelings, and oh, that the hay will be woody and unpa. D. 1UJJ. which is a harmles... vegetable substitute the Legislature direct the attention of each I A. S. CREWS. .
I O. W. Ir01ae 10 the nronalona ..f .hl. .__",.,___.
how head hurt I read of ALDERMAN.
my latable. For best results cut the "' Attorney for Guardian.
crop ;
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford Conn.ty for dangerous calomel. Take a .",flr the Legislature that ahall meet A. D! _. 9-118101
when about a fourth of it is in bloom. Mori-la ((8eall) -l-3t-9-lS spoonful and if it doesn't straightenyou hIll, or any succeeding. Legislature that shall -----
.. meet\ every ten years there after shall refuse NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEEIL'MKR )
Special attention should be givento ; up better and quicker than nasty or fail to apportion the representation In tho SECTION ITS nf TUB

the Do let the1" lie .._III! Senate and in the House of Representatives as GENERAL STATUTES
curing. not
CARDUI hay calomel; if it doesn't start your liver herein provided, It ahall be the duty of the Notice la hereby given that .Rlt.b

too long in the hot sun. It should be COFFINS & CASKETS without making sick Just Governor to convene the Legislature. In Special Company purchaser of tax eertillcat. No.
;you you go Swslon for the purpose of making suchapportionment 1:10.: ) d..te the 4th day of November. A. D.
raked into windrows soon after being back and get your money. and by public proclamationand Inufl. flied said certificate In my office
. And a Full Line of by communication to tach, House to direct and has made application for tax deed tn la-
' and left stack ,
cut to Do not
cure. ftrtakeri'' Don't take calomel! It makes ;you the attention of each House to the provisions sue In accordance with law. Said certificateembraces
tI permanently in the mow nor haul to Suppli. of this amendment.Sec. the following described' property.
The Woman's Tonic! sick the next day it loses a day'swork.
; ; ;you 3. That any and all provisions of the situated In Bradford county, Florida twlt
the barn, nor bale before it is well AUTOMOBILE HEARSE Dodaon's Liver Tone straightens Constitution in conflict with this provision be North Half of Lot S 7. Ti,. R 2
and of others who teemed to dried will blackand and the same are hereby repealed. S. A B.. 44 ae.... 'Tb. .. being
It turn
have the same troubles I had out, as At..,. oa hand. The best mtt- you right up and you feel great. I ed at the date of the Issuance of such certificate -

being benefited' so I began to, have a smutty appearance, if so treat eke mt the lowest price. SpcctaU No salts necessary. Give it to the osed r The amendments votea east In and compliance the'canvasa.with paid declara pro-. Unl.In_the. n.m certificate J. H.. .Joh.redeemed aecordinv -

use it. found It most bene- ed. attentIon to telegraph or- children because it Is perfectly harmless tions and returns thereof thai! be subjected I to law. tax deed Issue thereon on
I to the siune regulations and restrictions .. are the IHth day of October, wi. D. 1922.
ficial. took several bottles .
er' Registered Embalmer.
and
cannot salivate. Adv 65 provided by law for general
-- elections in the Witness
official this
my slitnature and seal
. and was made so much State of Florida.IN. the 15th day of A. D. 11122. f

,, better I didn't have any more FI.OKIDA SHOULD RAVE: F.GG- TESTIMONY WHEREOF Septmbr.. ALDERMAN.
', trouble of this kind. It& reirulated DeWTIT C. JONES Habitual constipation cured 1 have hereunto set my hanit .ISenl Clerk Circuit, Cal f<
LAYING: anil affixed'
CONTESTS In 14 to 31 I the Great Seal: of J Bradford County ..
me Pay
Seat) the Stale of
( Florida
STARKE. FLA at Tall.has. ..- I
'1 Cardui has been found very "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN": Is n 1I1"'l'11)1Iy.rrepared .... the Capital this the I NOTICE- --- -- ----

: A helptul correction o.mall y ,j'r During }'srmersVe..k recently held )<. wwwt:7VlIll": "" "' "' 1iW1' Syrup Tonjc-Laxa lve for Habitua twenty-fifth 1922. day of July A. D. OF APMISI DISCHARGE TR\TOa'S FINAL

( cases of painful female disorders I.4 at the University of Florida, Dr. N. Constipation. It relieves promptly but IL CLAY CRAWFORD. I In Court of County J ud..... Bradford COln.tv. -

I tuch as Mrs. Robie 'Je W. Cure Malaria, Chills, should bo taken regularly for 14 to 21 day *.4-Ut-U-3 Secretary! of State. Stet of Florida.
; 1 mentions nbovi. If you suffer !31 Sanborn, poultry specialist, said, to induce regular action. U Stimulate! and I erttiaert In r estate of Mrs. Julia Wainricht. do.Notice .

c' fi as she' did. fake Cardui-3 r I "We believe that :Florida is the best 666 Fever, Bilious Fever, R' '118tl'l. ? Very Pleasant to Tak.* SOt ,. J-iMllE TO Indebted DEBTORS AND CREDITORS I. hereby given to whom It may

. .'- 5J purely vegelaole medicinal J state in the Union to grow good chick Colds. and LaGrippe. yet lmul Schlclch All person late of Bradford to the County estate of Florida lleurae", concern that, on the 7th al of November.

>c v tonic, in use for more than 40) j I and to give large The deceased are requested to pay' their said debt, j B A.. A.O. J9'22nmjl apply' to the lono.hl.
It should egg production. forthwith ..nd.1I Green judjce of said. court,
, ri years. help you. f Remember how ;t persons having claims .Joe.
. hens can be put quickly we sold against said estate shall file the 1Ibt. for my final dl..h.r
on green pasture every One same duly.tithentic.ted. R .mln.
Sold Only "BROMO QUININE"To the
Everywhere. 4' out on our first le Sale? with the undersigned adminis estate of .. Julia .
00 day in the year. It coats less Better tratrix within on. year from. date hereof deceased, and that at the same time I will
here to feed FIVE net the ""nlc".Call for full name, I.AXA come early and pet the bargains. they will .be forever barred. or pttattnt "" final "" "">. se administratoryW
hen
a than in other BROMOQUINlNtt. Looidouilla.tu..otIe. of said
any Dated this llth day of August. / sad "*k for their
W. CKOV K. Cures Cold Sept. U 1922.
a .Uoella" Mopeloiieh 13 .PPr
16th, atlItchell'J: MRS. Dat 8. A. D. .
state. Clear skies, sunny (day, mild and hesdsche. ant wvko -old. lIe MAI BRYAN. SPtb 192
Administratrix, of the Estate JAS F.
, Drug Store. of Gee. Schleleih. K1ClCLTTa.
01........ 5-11-9-ill-I Administrator j0' the Estate "' MrsTluila
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SEPTEMBER 15, li)22. ... .
BRADFORD COUNTY STAIIKE FLORIDA.
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KITCnrnBINEr WENT : E.B D 1YSIII& I THEB OK TALi.--- ...w.. ... ,,, .= ,

e I I ; All UNSUNG I I(]< It stands In a winding; street ; Daddy's i i ,

rr"J A quiet and restful nook. According to

] \ --- Apart from the emlliinn beat -1
\ \? Evel\i E5
i d Of the noisy heart i of Trade: Evel\il\g Ln- Pittman -
: I Tragedies in the Wake of Undelivered There's never a spot more cool
r ,hl ,. I b.VoHlurn' Nitwimitr, UnliinIK I Of a hot midsummer day
Speeches. iry Tale By the brink of a forest. pool, Fairy Tale I By JAMES FAGAN J '

I ,, clicrlHh. while yul the Or In the the bank maples'of breasy a crystal shade.brook ..n.s.w.Nw.....+w

I allax 6Y l"\N.
,,, i," ii Ituvv'wt. |ilu<'fc ere It .. ...
Men "" Mt tf la MMton _eo nex. Of YIt1Y xY"Ule uxl"x,
1 I... > Have Bowed to Fate, but Will Here are vieclous gems of thought( ;--- I 1'rofensor Atkinson of the ( ulllrnll4'JII

h ,wci, fund, cif toll and care? I Women, Pedestal of "Rights," THE STONES That were' quarried lung( ago I Business college' was fifty, and 1. as he
s tin rankling thorn to JUMPING MICE
(
ii Survive Some In v-lliini bound, and wrought
'" Disappointment had always been a bachelor, the probabilities
at'
With lettc-m and lines of gold; J
I were that lie always) would
I "There are some < i en t tinea who have Here are curious rows of "caJf" "We are members of tho Jumping
I Of all the. tragedies of masculine I < : be one. tie was tull, loan earnest
MORE GOOD THINGS : ex- said I And perchance an Blsevtr:
said they have had untrue things", Mice family," said Alias Joan Jumping
perlence ever since the countless. "m"'" of chaff. and I
Stone age( none about them, or Here are I a crnckerjiu-k on bookkeeping
I Mouse
I has been more poignant' tliun that of i I And a parchment folio. HQVVGM*. he was also strong on
salad und
uppetlilng one -4M Hint expressionshave "
most very Like UIRVDS. that tire cracked with cold, of (people saying they al
| for picnic o..ru" : the undcllveicd., speech. Anil I been made I and brown and .ear. shorthand. for which reiiHon, Miss Cum-
iroprlnte All puckered
when
the dear sehotdd they see! a mouse
andyPu venders
Herring whether the women about them 01'1I1I'lnl4. nit nilngs bad 1 asked him to take lIow..U8'pfllca
they hear the mice who lire
tato Salad. Take I souls will i prove more or less sensitive whichhaven't I j In every am and clime while that professor was on his
the brain: known the Jumping Slice. It Is our
to Live the monarch of in
I. rprthe vacation How el Is: was foi ty-flve, dark q'
one cupful or )herring 1 been correct And the lorda of prose and rhyme family name" I '
rrr lag a 1 it pur r deep energetic, and reported to he engaged<< 1
: : cut In dire l nt all Itr the Tears after the long lam "It Is Indeed," ,sale Julia Jumping I
three cupfuls of taut occuslun und tlien lining cheated :) big stone! Bald.! Has come to the kings" of earth Mouse. to Miss Cuinnilngs.Elizabeth .

cooked diced by fate tlie opportunity off delivering : Anil their names have passed away.Rule '' I Cuinnilngi: .was forty Why '
potatoes vows death and birth; "WiI're'relatives. I believe of
it. _. .i on through the
she had never marched, was a constant
I something I domain I
one teaspoonful of their
And the thrnnos "
Jerboa
; of onion I And, when It's it clever sleecl 1 a truly .. complain about." Are found where the hades are deep. family of Europe, said Miss I 1mtM

julep, two table- brilllnnt speech with a carefully prepared "Wh' "" asked! In the bookstall old and gray Brollard.' Joan Jumping Mouse. "There al'en'tWIIDY feminine suction ; for Miss Cum- ,
-C'Ilnton of lu this
luoiifuls of minced green peppers, I climax seasoned with Hashes of stoneThese us country itrlngs was decidedly peachlnh. It was

fur tablespoonfuls of olive oil three wit and droll anecdotes that would two "We have curious ways I believe. 'generally agreed, however, that she

Iblpspoonfuls of vinegar a dash of I make 'ern 1'0111'hut a tragedy Is: stones were on PLOW WON PROMISED BRIDE They don't seem curious to us because I had met her fate In Ilowells, whom r

there, liorutlo! -d they are our ways, but folks say they nil detested.
Iprlku und a few grains of salt either side( of the I they
luke a French dressing! of oil und Uow different the history of the head of garden/ Enollehman's Love Proved Equal to are cUl'loua--tllrloua: to them, no 1'rofessor Atklnsou was called "an

Inegnr und let the fish and potato, village, of the county of the world I, lied. Somewhat Severe Test to Which doubt, because they are not their'1 old dear;very {'

land Hi' It for mi hour. Then comIne might be If all the speeches that were 'I "I will tell Father-In-Law Put It. way I I nicely. :No one know how romantic! a

the fish, potato and pile the mix- ever prepared" 1 i lIt de- I "W e A I :' a Y. you," said the "That Is always the way It I K! People I!I I heart beat under his fashioned, ,

Ire "(ipon( the platter surrounded with livered according to schedule Hut j Stays" llrst stone for I At first sight a certain Sussex.I think' others are curious who waistcoat.Tho .

],redded, fiibhnge mixed with a salad some pesky accident happens! The do not think (It It fair mid I am won church seems to stand rather strangely aren't like them I|I professor! hud! been six month

|rp slng SpllnUle with chopped green hour grows tkcrlnta I; hog dl'l'lug'hllt you will think about It. Isolated amid some plowed fields, "Now, we think that people are curious at the college and he vvui dreadfully

'plJ.ri, sad i garnish with whole herMi snore than ..ime II illll "1 am eager to know what you though a pretty legend of true love und people, thlnli that Jllwl.lngIIollee afraid of :Miss Ciimmlngi.The .

ng i Cureless people' In the audiemvBet think ; very eager, Inilec-cl.\ tells us It wRsoncp situated In a cornerof are curious and strange and sot Avenue nchonl'wns only one of. v

Turban of Smoked Salmon. Take I sleepy n ail, go home.' The ihiilnnnn "I will toll you" sulj the second a {beautiful park, write a correspondent there It Is."They I three which MNs CuimnlnKi' supeiln- /
I haS to catch a 11, '11. Sompbud.v Inn Many years ago n squire of think it U that I tended 11tho Mondayand
mil 'one-fourth cupfuls of educedmokl stone "when I hear what you have to I strange we town. Livery
| I u(
to mo\u a vole of hunks I : and, youAlas' Plumpton woood n nobleman's daughter i
,, say like to he about always nt night like every ThiirHilny, morning slip appeared
d I three fotlrllix '
a ( tipit '! poor you after hours of anguishing whose father refused his consentto '
I the owls 1111,1'PIII the building
"As jet, of I have Idea : I thiiMigli/ \,
I'' soft bread erumhH, four tablenils. course no
i
suspense, yuu with that magnificent her After a long time, like
what I ,shall think." marriage. "Wo to live In great meadows, \Inspecting the bookkeeping' ) the 1'r"IH'b.pllnlllh ,
"f !
butter two ,
p pepper, eggs !I Hi ech) In your pocket jouwho out by the would.be brhll'gt'ooll1'shupol'tllnltll's
worn
or near the prnlrli-M, or ut the out- iHnl. (leiiimn drpulinuytta, and
II,' ,itiile ponnful.. of minced ]iarslcyu I lia\"(> so fulsomely cropped' for the "Of course not said\ the lira stone. and never dreaming that '
( u. rev drops .of onion Juice. Souk other tiresome 11l'okel'M-YoU, the "I'ruy continue with vvlmt you have the man would! sacrifice one of i skirts of huge forests.Vo're not lathe the Mioithniid und, 1)'ppWl'lthll( section,
I
to young least sociable. People. needn't be fl'OIll'hkh HO muii> loses IdoHHonu'il
tell ,
the
salmon( to remove thu excess of me snld second stone
most piumlsliig' oiutor in I the place, of his. extensive
/ the chief beauties
es-I afraid we'd Jump at them us they periodically" Into thin stern, nipping air ,
mince line Cook the ] (
'1111. ih II trumbimilk are left biting your nulls, "\\ Ith all tut there Is" no hurry said the tate the nobleman gave consent on '
Jump at our cousins, the House! Family of l business life ifF' lIt
l.iin: together to a smooth first stone. "We In
paste always Just
your iiuiNle In ,\ 'III. Il e t ltotlll'nlng.Thllt stay seemingly Impossible condition,\ that
luilcl, butt Pr, parsley" and a few dropsI blighted Hortow fell upon a these two places) We ae\e-r move. In the weddingpair should walk: over because we woilt, go near them, I was o'l the second Thursday morning fil,.

I 'n iiii>n (nice unit,! turn over the IIHh.pI11 nice woman \\abhlnctou: the other tha winter we let the snow l cover us plowed' fields: to the church.) Full( of I and they won't sou us unless they / after Pr.ile-soi MUlnson, had taken r

t tin "fgf yollts.. mid to the mixture day, remarks the New; York Sum She and we do not object, nor do\ we go off Joy the delighted young saulre at cOllie a-looklng for us and seeking us) over IlowellV Job thnt Miss" Cniuniluginppiaiivt. I I I' 1.

uPo fold la the stiffly benten whites. was! tliu head of ii distinguished female Into I the house by the fire, us! people, once, orders the stately trees where they are pretty sum to liuJ\ us I 1. JSlie stood fir tl\(- full iii In- I

I Turn" Into a ring mold, surround by dclc-gullou Unit called at former do." should gave be felled and thus greenswnrdturned In some of the saris. of place, re mites llMlenlng l lu> iirofeKsor's" exposition I

I bulling/ water und bake until firm, Prl'lIltll'lIt'oodrow llson's houso to "That Is so," sold] the Bc-cond stone. and, when the church stoodIn mentioned while I'I.IIC..I.tkhIHI'1I grew

I uboui/ twenty.five minutes Unfold and present their respects to him In n for- "Atid why should vvn gn luto the house a wide up belt of acres! upon acres of I "We: wear ruclilNli. yellow suits and redder, und redder, nail Ktaiiimeredmoio 4 f t I

I fill lie i center with wpll-suusoned string mal wu\.'. She had, prepared u speech, whentlieie, l la u tire? In the /first freshly!' turned, soil gayly led, to It the we have thin bodies and very thin and inoie."That >,

brans 'mil serve with a cream. or egg!:! pel ha pa n most able and lIIo'lliOil"/ place of nil, we cnn't walk \Ve haven't happy bride WBII by a plow. tails-that Is one tall apiece\ We have won't do, Professor !S" MUsCuiniulngH ;i' ..:

[ San.I iFish But the delegation was accorded no any legs or feet and we can't lly.Ve : long hind legs and feet which help ua spoko with her muni shariv },(

Batter Cakes-Take one halt i more than a fleeting und dramatic. huvert, t any wings. I to Jump. We CUD curry our food In ni-Kx, 'Ibis pupil' miido a wrong giamninlogiie '

of tho Invalided! giutesiuan our pouches We have two of these em thin blnckboarcl and you v
cupful of jhreddeil, codflsh one cupful glimpse .\nll we can't swim In, because. we t <,

of pastry flour, two'thirds: of a cupfulof I I' It's un old stor.v for the hardened, anti fishes.\ And, besides there isn't 0 either side of our mouths, and they' allowed It to puss" .

."iiitor two egg yolks, one-half tubleIiooiiful male Hex, but a new one for the u omen any water about !In the winter to swim y l t u ,a a come In very nice and handy ns marketing "!t's-It's-" began the IrIfl'xanr. S.

of melted, butter and two egg i I -a silver-tongued orator "left with lu. I ( / baskets "It's not according to Pitman," returned .f. 7 4

whites! FreHbcMi the fish Put the : the mouth na'n"l in the :Spanish' IIIIY.I "If I there were nny water we couldn't 1y "1 don't see how people can ?botherto Miss: Cuiiimlngs Nliniply.' N ,

And It the Imighmilou, wnn/ler- shop and their food under "lt' my way to allow the pupils to
Mom Into a bowl mid the water, grudualh I|I sew ,; swim In ItVe cant skate In, either. carry
beating well then the codfish lag Into tic highways, mid bywitjs ofI "So:\ why should we 111 when we their anus when they might have nice make their griiinmulogues/ Miss: Cum )

heal the yolks, add, then add the I I|I j history In search of the speeches: that call?" go I pouches by their mouths and store It tilings" sold Professor Atkinson. ,.,

stiffly beaten whites. Add,t the melted might lime been delivered If things should awny that way and then put, It IntoIhelr "In 1'ullII'O, professor, you will kindly ; l',;
"Why Indeed? sold the
butter mid drop by tublespoonfuls Into ', had gone a little dllfl.''t'nlly. first we. mouths ns they wanted to eat follow Mr. Pitman ic-teuted Miss (. .
stone "And that Is I
hot fut, Have the fat hot enough I'! For Instance, It !la piobable that there Is why say It. {'IIIIIIUIIlI I. { (
no hurry lu doing If
tc' brown, u cube of bread. In sixty seeI i I| among the (papers' of the foimer IIIIIHCI' we hud It would anything be "Our long tails help"" us HO much\ '"Ihe test Is. whether t they nun tend ij ..p y
c-iigngenicnts
ends ls a iniiuusulpt of tin h.'l.h that he ; a TO MEET THE EMERGENCY when we Jump and, Wt can made great theotl", skid, the professor. i'
different w'oulcl '
matter. Then
|, Wale going. to deliver lit that Christ- we have The Customer: What's the Idea, Ions Jumps-magnificent} jumps I I"I'vo Miss t'liiniiitngs, whono lucks were 3A :

: niust dinner lu Vans, to hurry."Suppose'. selling bread by the pound Instead of had HUP winter's have, aiiliiiin, win a little hiisty. ;; I rw

& 1L )Yt-iQ | And then thole's the speech that '( !' I hud to hu at an office by the loaf? ?" a nap "I 1 lift 1,1., given you my InHII'Uf'lloh..," ,;{.\

1, Geneiul feemenolT, vuis Just about to every day-or at A"houl-tll11 I would The Bakery Man: Just for this you KII| > snld Illicitly. "If yeti are not satisfied ,

deliver when. he arrived In Now York have to hurry. Or, suppose you hud, morning. My baker didn't put I "Yes. said Miss Julia .lumping 1'rofc-HHor. AtkliiHou nobody U de. 'i' I 1.
I enough yeast In this batch and It Mouse, "I 1111 VI'. M\ nest was HO nice
,
to go to ii ten party or to n Hewing cir "
and hiinih
TI1E'flKITCf1EN and mistook :MietllT: Nuglt u turned tiilnlng' H'Il(' against jour will. i
II ('hulI'd; have to hurry, without a out heavy and vvurm, Just n liltle under the ; .
of deputies lur the IMUJOI and aldermen The I ulnas 11111",111" Miss <:lIl1ImU '
;
t'I I ground\ I'hI,1, n beautiful 1 lining of II :
doubt I
\ ( I lie thought they had collie to << Telepathic Seancei Forbidden. grass for, It. I III"" bud a Morohousii went out lint llio professor sat like u l
the !station to 'pie-sent brut with the "Do they alwn.vs sew In circles! ?" I 'r':1
In Vienna therehat recently beenwidespread built off my nest" which held' ilelliloiisgoucllew \ broken uiuii 1111111 Ilio ICIPSH 1 hen be 1 \
CABINET freedom of the city, und' hu was Just asked I the second stone. .
Interest In public demonstrations such,," us' berries iinil milk" pat'e'n) the c-lass room In desperation.' ; ,
opening) >l iiiuiith to make a I>rlll..I'ly; "I don't think HO," said the first his i
Mi lened Mo
I
_> _.18hl. toadVeetera NO"Op"I' talon.mil. of telepathy and hllIIl'.tl..rn.Uut ; "I've' he-aril':" 1111"1I1t"; .loan .1 rev position. win I
amp-
"From I'\e
rhetorical reKponw when somebody stone what heard u sewing
the effects upon spectator aminicHlluiim llftj, bo would have illlMciilty In ;
I
that the hug, Manse. "that mv mother. Jumped se-ruining
explained to him In KUSHI.III circle means simply, it number of
i u I Hen von loll: 01 1 ,i KOOI man'H were, x o had that severaltimes another pnsllliin, HIM) ln bad no }
and made tine oncevlicn
unremembered, the sheillTuu shoeing him HUH people who have gathered t together to a escape "
tie hla little nameless. paper ( they got Into the courts In one digital will willed" tn open a school ;
dnngeiVIIH MI-HI' when I was but II
.
ait u( klnclnomi wuuiint for his nrn-st. new. I
u :
I
of his
I case tlie hjpiiotlMt could not arouse min !
EATA Frederick )JliieMtmulea mahne "1'ciyllhh to cull It u circle," s.ild the his medium from the} trance ; In olheM 011 the cither hand, MM authority over
TO
SOMETHING GOOD Pn'la i ri'd a speech' to deliver to any second stone. r y
actual ern tiles VM-IU allt-mptpcl 1 through/ his ;pupils,, VVIIH gum: It wax Impossibleto .
delegation: of wlll..nII.ho. faliould, dare! "l>"l>ol1sh. IIlth'e:< I hypnotic- In 11111'11<'0. and, ins ny nervous 9 r rchuln both his Ni-lf-ii'Hpi-c-t and his r
cooked is
tasty dish! If well to beurd him on the subject of the one. ,1r
persons were seriously, doianged., \ / position.
traded or pan broiled cults heart uniniHM-M nC the lit 111\1 111'1 ji'img mini "
and I "And, the llrst stone continued<< "I In view' of these facts the board of Worst of nil, ho Knew now' that he M
Cut It lu thin slices In' thusculptor's
who sjinb.ll7CH fhlc Vlitue
add will tell you now what hill been said health has foihlcMen all such demonstrations had nlwuvs IiC'iIslied. n very warmfctlliig
if to bu IJilD.br"lIl'd, II state of Unit inline lint
,
about us which" has not been, true. Ilencefoith. only pbyoleliins" for MN> riiiiiiiilngs. That wan v
well
J little butter cook the status A
a ; as feminine agitation over
"Keilkn are nlwujs saying but( will be licenced, to USB such methods, till (y'uwuluglawtin I>! wily dli<) hud '
botll sides,
tht Sculptor'sspeech
on Is ll1lllll'l'lnlo01\ n
with oiltU-s be things are stone cold. They speak( ofu and then only for treating\ heir I patients. tinned uitaliist. him Ito I nut down and
generously to his uniutuiir may
pl'p.1 glass: of lemonade us, being stone Co '' 1 .
m n u re /sensational" InilltiMl her a unit: k b,
suit and I of81eel'lll's
season with I I Iper fated to puss! Into the llmho
cold or they speulr ot something which Ism I Is condemned, as a liulKiinre and It "I'ear Miss Cuminltigs' :
and serve hot that never got themselves
,.c broiled cover with butter spoken. should, have been licit und they say : to be stopped "This" letter Is to nay good bye," hll g,

us It Is paired, on the '\\' It has In-come stone cold. eNd'' j l I wrote"I I c-iinimt help' but ICMIVO you, '

hot plater.Brown : A New Way to Pay Debti. "Ihey evidently" think stones are al- Skillful Mountain Climber. 1 and I'd li'iive tcuniiirow, but Ilowells
I
Fricassee of Sheep' Tongues. Conjuring tricks with bank note wins: road M Samuel Tinner 1"'. II.
Take four nheep's tongues! wash are being IIIIPIIIl't'dy\ dale Ire! (-kgoerniiuni. "They utmost always 'are," said the arrived In IZngliind: recently alone Then a ,diabolical, ] Idea occurred: to ;

unit cover with boiling water, then 1 in' )8 <"Sliwtical!\ Fumll'l second stone planted the lint lsh. ensign on the him lie would write It In short hunit, t

simmer for two hours tool und remove Ileruld "Milling Itself. fared l with u "Uut not always; ," Said the first summit of Mount Cook New Zealand MIlls ('niiiiiilnii would, iinderstund, the t

the skin, cut lu halves lengthwise detltlt on MM 1 budget of :jIIIII.f".I)
sprinkle with salt und pepper' with Its. military expenditure! excluded! "Not always," ugieed the second 40\ hours of which was actual climbing "Good-By, My Dear" lie did, HU and hnd I posted' the ,letter

and put away In u cold place, until from thl* reckoning the government stone. and 24 of It step cutting, TIle successful little tot with my sisters nail brothenJust before bN heart' bc-gnii to beat rapMlyt

the next clay. IU.I1 the tongues In brought In a bill for u forced. loan o11 "You nee," 'suld: the first stone climbing) be him lI"clunpIlH"p,11durlnlC an small too. She was sueh.. the tboiiybt, of what, he 'hud limit. r'

flour, fry In butter with u little union !fimjiHXHKi.: ) The limn will bear I Interest "when the sun Khlncs upon us In the his stay In :New; Zealand, should, I good mother to us. a Suppose' ) Mis Ciimmlngs' come round '+
Ingenloiu we" become !It Is suggested\ him for the :Mount In of her ( r
lUUll u rich brown. Add. llouiMo. the I ut 7 (per rent und bv an summer "Tliero were !seven' In our family s one ginning ragi-s?

pan after removing the lI1eut (with device will bo renli/.eil liiiineiliatelj hot, very Everc'st expedition.: tine number I llrmever.. It WIIH done' and, Uiat afternoon e tq

nnd aut imn tieully. All the notes ol very hot 1 wish In* Curd lily
In which the tongue Uttering pupils like
some o( the stock I "It is the cold of the winter t that
was cooked) to prepare the}gravy ; I the national bank now In c-lrculatloc people who think ew Tribute to Wilbur Wright.For don't like. If It were I I u inn fl'--ii ln-oUen' mini, but still a inn n.

season well with suit, pl'Pper'and a will be cut into halves' one of whlc-t that stones are the purpose (.if handling aircraft In little warm wouidn'tcuddle ThaI evening hu r'mollll'.lloli/ his ? a,

I little lemon Juice. Serve with boiled will rpinaln In circulation und willroprelll'nt always cold at sea and giving a greater myself all up to a the ball and\ wind" ......11. poling. over the accumulated. exiii'lsiN. 'I a

half the value of the whol would feel us. on range to the vision'of those In command up keep cold out The professor, conscientious ,
hot. win
rice all piping", "Neither would 1." said Miss ti.
Julia
Oatmeal Date Cakes.-Tuke one note, while the other half will be converted a summer day of the maneuvers of battleship Jumping !Mouse "The : bo nnilI not leave this mussor '
Into a bond of the "an and will wjien the sun bus squadrons, the United, States navy 1 U meadow mirftour work to llovvrlls.IN 1,

cupful of sugar, two-thirds of u cupful tour Interest ut 7 per cent. The na been shining. upon rw adding to Its flotilla of ships a balloon cousins are different.) TJjey act wui iiliuiil 'to depart at last when, s
one-half
of shortening, two ellll!!. quite differently from the I
of tlonul bunk will bi.. obliged to lent u... and airplane" currier. .The vessel l It way we do n -u cupful of sour milk, ODe cupful "Hut I must be hack
half the amount "And so 1 named I In tribute Wilbur getting home tn
say to Wright
the lute Immediately "
( .
each ''"I' In ci-lii-, l tlie
teuspoxnful the professor. ,
chopped dates one neat said Miss
now
Julia
obtained from the division of tin that there have from whose genius the development of Jump.
of cinnamon and sad, on -fourth ota ing !\roll.e.Iu"l1: And II WIIK Miss Cuiiiiiilngs: whoviitvriil
notes The condition\ of the loan been untrue ( ti aviation derived !so' much of Its Impetus. n nice borne as w, 1
teaspooaful of nutmeg one-fourth have Very pleasant lint there. was no lire In lUlu I
Ht-ourltleH. d'i things said about rooms and Ant
affect foreign
of a teaspoonful of lemon rind, one not -s i' food stored\ away We expect to eel (.uiiiiulnu-i 1 i')i-. Slur: locjkc-cl! at hint us l

of salt, one- "; If piiNxexMtel.' niiproiM-liBd and,
and one-half teaspoonfuls That Is so," f- a great cle-al this year as the customs! { suddenly I 1 1a
fourth teaspoonful of cloves one cupful Canadian Immigration. the nerond stone Change Wrought by Peace. always hns hoes wftK the Jmnplni II ting/ 'her ii n us about his. neck "

of walnut meats two cupfuls of The extent to which Canadian: Immigration agreed "and If 1 .... During the war the rowboats, Mice. "Marling! slit- whispered' "It wan

; rolled oats and! two and one-half cupfuls bus been encouraged lire had a, heart It dories, sharpies and small catboats on "It makes sleep so pleasant when only btiuiisn I loved ;you and you

of flour. Mix and drop by teaspoonfuls vealeil/ In the annual report of th would hurt me, "Stone Cold." Great South bay ran largely to such one has eaten a great deal 1" seemed so cold, \ that I was horrid to you a"
If the which Inn names as Superdreadnaught III, Invincible this
on a buttered sheet. Tanndlnn Pacific railway, IIInrlllllK.VII" my sweet boy Jeitlous -
"You're
but I haven't right ,
any heart at all. You'veheard young lady snlif
rolled oats are browned slightly In Just been presented to the Hharehnld Jr., Bomb, Rapid Fire and Miss Joun Jumping :Mouse of Hilly :Mr. HntvellH then ?"
people speak. of a heart like "Writ. I
the oven, then ground the cakes will ers by K. W. Ueatty K. C., president Scout. Now one sees painted on the must be Professor Atkinson, lost In aiun/e-
stone. That Jumping home too. r
luevns a heart which I Is flood-by
be more tasty and, wholesome. Since the company's land,spiling policjwas stern of llullarl cra ft : Peaceful Polly, meat, felt Miss t.'umnilngi': kisses, on
: hard like a stone and which lin't really my dear !so' glad tn have hail H llttlichat.
Sally Sister !Sue
for C ke.- Instituted some :U.fIIMI settler! f.unn. and Margery. MM cbeek.
Fruit and Nut Filling I a heart at all. 1
Take one cupful of raisins and one- have been placed. on the compuny'i, "True. agreed/ the Bret stone. "It :New York Evening post. "Oood.by. my dour," iflilc MIM Julli "It was so brave of you to write
and I lands alone nail the cost of the cornpany's me that darling '
chopped letter Miss Cum-
halt of nuts
\
cupful really doesn't bother me what they Jumping Mouse and Jumper) off toward
of shreddedcoconut activities In land selling Irrl say She Knew. mangy continued. "1I burned Itself In.
mixed, one-half cupful home.Til .
F J 1 when I haven't any feelings at all.
[ and one egg'' white. Mix well gallon! and colonization hay been extremely : Golden-haired Virginia, of three- tea my brain, and then I knew that I
In the "I may complain, but my feelingscan't end-one-half asked her mother Jump to my house,"
amounting
[ and add to the egg '" hlte. Spread large, uggre/ I I years hind found. my real affinity. And sn d

[over the cake a layer of Jelly, then gate to approximately, $11Ii.UIIO.OUO( ( ui be hurt all."ai. I haven any feelingsat the meaning of airplane. Not waitingfor And Sang ilralnhtway Miss Jumping ale Mouse pad. i' short and pluln and, simple' like all J

{put on the Oiling.", Frost and decorate amount in excess: of the total expendlture all, at : an answer she said : "Mother And In the long grasses. hid I I I thl. n if* Hint lire real p

|with halves of walnuts. of the Dominion government fix don't yon think It Is called airplane 'This/ 'letter Is to say good-bye. I 1t 1' .

one small Immigration during the same period.A April Shower. because It Is up In the air and plain to Improved Specifications.' I cannot help but love you, and I'd love

", Jean Pineapple of pineapple Dellght.-Taktl and one-half pound Tommy's uncle asked him the name be seen?" Mnnnger (to applicant for office boj'' tn marry but llowullj can take 11I1pial'

umrshmal-' New Dimple. of Mary's young man. .cllny-"Arl'n.t; you the boy '' un Saturday"
",t .f marshmallows, ; soak the whit(
lows.. in the pineapple, Julc<*<.until soft. David Is four and a very /fine lad "I call him April Showers: replied Rooster With Two Hearts.VV applied for this position a fortalgh/ I 'That'. u classic'' love letter," said: )

.. add -half pint He has many dimples lie was playIng Tommy. bile cleaning u roaster a few days ago?" Miss Cummings. "lint durllJ>Jf. yon t
Just before serving, .
the other day when a friend said "April Shown*I" cried his a. ago, says u Manitoba reader. she found Roy-"Yes, sir." dl and the pineapple
of whipped cream '
cut In bits Chill and erne.L "David, where did you get your dim tODhlbed uncle. Whatever makes yon the bird hHcl two hearts. One was a Manager-"And dldn't I say I I Professor. Atkinson who win a nice

pIn?' give him such a ridiculous name?" little bit smaller, otherwise, they were wanted' nn older buy7" rose to the offatlnn.VTiats .

With a quickness that was startling "Because he brings May flowers," !both alike Joined together, by a Uny "Yes. sir. That's why I'm hen "\ M few vowels between! our / +

} wcLQ.r h. replied : "1 touched toad." Tommy tlplalned.-Tb.: Scotsman tube. ow !"-London Evening News. nrlTesT" h. answered), as he kissed bei f

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PAGE EIGHT. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER; 1,;;, |I9 i! !:.
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Hampton, Sept. Ifi.-The death angel \ '

l i visited our community Tuesday,

fJ- County News Items 11 Sept. 5th, and took from our midst
!Mr.\ William Jones. Write Safe Checks '

He was born in Emauuul county,
: Ga., Feb. 8, 1848, and removed to( this
Interesting Fact* Gathered During the Week by o rJJ
state with his parents during his boyhood -
Regular Correspondents. Without Machine Special Inks
or
} l days, residing here until his
': death. He was married to Miss Tem- !
"'- T =--_ pie Jones and to this union four chil-
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LAKE UITLER; : ty and have many friends who gladly dren were born, one of whom preceded

.1. |I welcomed their visit. him to the grave. I
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Lake Butler, Sept. 15.-Mr. and :: Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and lIe had been a constant sufferer
lira. Mack Drivers and children attended ,; Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Onteen spent Sun- from cancer for more than a year be-I S ''' Check protectors, acid-proof inks, etc., are

preaching at Littler Spring. ;! day with relatives at Sanderson. fore his death. Although his suffering I
/ now useless bother. At least they were only
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\Sunday. Mrs. Anna G. Murrhee, of Starke, was great, he bore it patiently
Miss!: Mae McKinney, of Guilford, spent Thursday and Friday at the and often remarked that he was ready make-shifts because any check can be altered,

i3 spent Saturday and Sunday guest\ of '' home of her mother, Mrs. S. J. Kel! : for God's call. He was a faithful and matter what taken.
L b Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McKhiney. ly. i devoted member of the Flrsll Christian no precautions are

church of this city, a kind and loving
Judge and Mr. A. C. Strickland Mrs. I. W. Pinholster and Mrs. H.

t4 ) attended church at Little Springs on C. Clemons, of Miami, spent! Mondayin I father and sympathetic, a devoted husband neighbor.and He a kind will --_-:.:'" If anyone should alter your check on our

44 Sunday.Dr. Alachua. be greatly missed in the community, bank though, you are fully protected against a
J. M. Mann left Sunday for a C. M. Saucer, of Baldwin, was a I

trip to Georgia, having been called to visitor to our town Wednesday after- i us He well was as the laid home.to rest in Santa Fe I Onjllardl( loss by $ I 1,000 insurance which we give free.This .
the bedside of his sister. noon.
the funeral being I
cemetery
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:Miss Omie Scarborough and Frankle F. P. Lymnn, of Alachua, was a visitor L. services. of This bank stand guard
conducted Rev.
by
positive protection to checking f funds
Priester left Tuesday for Tallahassee here Saturday.( Starke. I ceaselessly: providing your v

where they will enter college.\ Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hazen and son, He leaves to mourn his loss, a wife j fund with protection in this bank is made possible by our recent

i Casper Duncan! and Hugh Register Marcus, were visitors to New River
one son, A. Jones, of Portsmouth, adoption of Super-Safety Insured Checks-the
left Sunday for Gainesville: to enter
Friday. Va., two daughters, Mrs E. D. Howe,,
the university. L. O. Hazen, of Alachua, spent the Macclenny! and Mrs W. L. Bugg, World's Safest Checks.

George Spires. of Midway, was weekend here with relatives.Mr. of Hampton, two brothers, A. C. Jonesof

greeting friends in Lake Butler Mon- and Mrs. J. C. Cone and daughter ) Tampa, David Jones, of Hampton, bills with
Pay Super-Safety Insured
day. Mildred, spent Saturday in Ala- and five grandchildren. They have your
t Messrs. J. W. and Kinr.ey Townsendand chua.S. the sympathy of the entire commun- 'SUPERAF Tye_ Checks furnished by the Bank of Starke and

John L. Smith motored- to Orange W. Goolsby, of Cooter Pond, was ity. about them "
cease worrying being "raised. Insurance
Springs last week a business visitor here Saturday.S. Mrs. S. M. Simmons!, of Citra, returned -

Claude Odum, of Jacksonville, is V. >Andrea and W. Crews were to her home after a visit with AP.E protects you against such losses.
the truest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. visitors' to Miller SuncVy. I her parents, Mr. and Mrs\ P. B. Hunt, %

K. I*. Odom. Mrs. Melvin of Lawtcy, spent the I Rev. Jones, of Lake City, preached sst4Q1
Come in and
Moss Hewitt, of Little Springs, was week-end here with her son, J. .T. at the Baptist church Sunday morningand I j r / get your supply of Super-

transacting business in town Friday. Morgan.D.\ evening.( He was unanimouslycalled \ 5UP ; Safety Insured Checks. We furnish each depositor -

I Mrs. Vascoe Dowlinjf and daughter F. Connerly, of Cooter Pond, and accepted the pastorial workof :r r'''
Kathryn, returned Sunday to was transacting! business here Mon- the church for the ensuing year >> a vest pocket Hartford Insurance Policy

I Jacksonville. day.G.. lIe will make his home here. and identification card. Ask for yours if you have a commercial account

r Mr. and Mrs. Preston Williams, of B. Colson was a visitor over to W. P. Birt, of Louise, was a business -
New River, motored to Lake Butler Gainesville Tuesday.E. visitor here this week. with us-or, start an account and get one.

Sunday. J. Ward and family, who have. Charles Bishop, of Virginia, is the
Willnrd Parker, of New River, was been residing in Gainesville for the guest of his sisters, Mesdames A. A.
in town Saturday and Sunday greeting past year, have returned here and will .Futch and K. B. Watterson.Dr. .

friends. live on their farm. W. B. Parks, of Starke, was a
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Smith and Mrs. Ida Raney and son, Klzey,
professional visitor here this week.,
I, baby, of Dade City, are guests of Mr. spent Tuesday in Gainesville.A. Bank of Starke
Mrs.\ W. P. Birt and daughter Flor-
and Mrs. J. W. Townsend. A. Hazen spent Tuesday transacting ,
l Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rimes, of Vine business in Jacksonville.Rev. rie Belle, of Louise, are visiting relatives

r Hill, were business visitors to Lake $. S. Proctor, of Lake Butler, and friends here this week. *.. .
Chesley Fogg, of Graham was a
Butler Monday. will fill his appointment here next
e Mrs. D. F. Floyd is ill with fever at Sunday at the Missionary Baptist business visitor here Monday.Mrs. The Bank of Helpful ServiceE.
her home on Dekle street. church. R. L. Crews and children have
t Mrs. Pan Johnson left Tuesday for returned to their home here after a
." a visit with relatives at Raiford. HIGHLAND visit with her aunt, Mrs. Wm. Mal- S. MATTHEWS, President GEO. C. WHITE Cashier

Little Billy Vanzant is suffering phurs, of Starke.

this week with tonsilitis. Highland, Sept. 15.-Mrs. II. C. Mrs. Brown and daughter, of The-
t ,: Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle, spent Friday Wimberly and Miss Winifred Wimberly ressa, attended church here last Sun -
'
I in Jacksonville.Mrs. were visitors to Jacksonville Wed day.Mrs.
W. C. Townsend has returned nesday. M. L. Andreu and daughters,

I from a visit.to Salt Springs. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Aus- Gladys and Edna, who have been the
Smith visiting- relativesin guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Freeman tin will be interested to learn of the
Palatka this week. arrival of W. M. Jr., August 30th, at T. M.\ Hagan, returned to their homein Alachua County's Foremost Shopping Center-=

R. J. Andrews, of Miller, motoredto their home nears here. Leesburg Tuesday.W. .
Lake Butler Monday.Ben of B. Alexander is having his bungalow
The following citizens Highlandare I I
Duke and son, Dewey, are visiting convalescing after severe attacks., converted into a two story dwel Shop Through Our Mail Order Department.
this week. ling. There will be several nice rooms
t relatives In town of dengue( fever, Mr. and Mrs. David ,
k Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular Lang, H. B. Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. :: upstairs, one of which will be used
:
with New River church John A. i for a library.
appointment Richard Lang, Barney Lang, : "
4 j Saturday and Sunday. Starling and Fred Lang. I j I K. B. Watterson has taken, charge '

q f Marcus Dekle, of Five Mile, is the Frank Edwards, of Ellabelle, Ga., |i I, of the McDonald residence on Main Quo fit I _

i7 I guest of his grandfather, Rev. S. S. spent the week-end here with II. C. house.street: ahd will use it for a hoarding Service\>. 7

Proctor this week Wimberly and family. Mr. Edwardswas '
I Miss Maggie Dekle, of Starke is a resident here about seventeen I',I The citizens Hampton, led by the GAINESVILLEFLORIDA! !
in town this week. spirit of progressiveness, are. yet un ,
visiting relatives years ago, and old friends were glad I
i Mr. and Mrs. Taylor have moved to see him again. satisfied. Their railroad facilities are
6 to East Butler and will make their Mrs. Jim Starling and children, of I I above the average, they enjoy their Largest Stock of Ladies' Ready-to-wear
%' home with Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Den- Jacksonville, arrived Sunday for a i electric lights, and boast of their artesian Dry Goods and

I nison. visit with her sister, Mrs. George Wil: water and telephone system, Notions in Central
kinson. I yet they long to see tho highway penetrate Florida.
I
J IIKOOKER f H. C. Wimberly, Jr., of Sunnyside, i their shady streets, when blow-'
outs will be a thing of the past and -- -
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I Starke, was a visitor to our town last Everett Bennett surprised his chains. HA-I-FORD# r SAVE 12.50] ON YOUR BUSINESS EDUCATIONThe
Thursday. | Elder W. E. Daugherty and sons,
', friends here Thursday by bringinghome \ Raiford
Sept 15. Dr. and Mrs.
1, Mrs. I. W. Pinholater, Sr., of Green a bride. Mrs.\ Bennett was for of Starke, are visiting here this week. Tampa Business College Is now
W. W. Farnell and little son, Wilbur, offering a special reduction of S12.50:;
Cove Springs( is here on a visit. Miss Elmer of Lawtey. Mrs. Ollie Pearce of Lulu, who has on Its Popular Combined
Griffis
I merly Jr., who have been visiting here for Scholarship for the Fall Term beginning September
I.. A. Brown and son, Artford, spent Roy Lord, of Jacksonville, spent heen-it the bedside of her mother, the 11th and 18th. This old' institution for
Several days, left Tuesday morningfor bookkeeping, auditing, banking,
e Starke.
afternoon.ln! Mrs L. H. Bedenbaugh for several
last Tuesday shorthand and
and Monday here, the guestof touch typewriting
Sunday Lake City, where they will visit offers the latest and best approved course
'
Messrs. Fred and Harley Hazen Gco Parker. days, returned to her home Monday.Mr. his parents. of study. It has made more improvements than other colleges by adding a
were visitors to Gainesville Thursday. urday. and l Mrs. F. A. Scott, Wilbur complete supply of Burroughs
Bookkeeping
\ ', Harley II zen, who has been hero R. L. Crews--was a visitor to Hampton Scott and Miss Doris Scott.of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Graham, who other modern office devices. You will get/the Mac ines best, Calculating at Machinesand
this
<\1a visit for the past two weeks with Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams, of Alachua, have been visiting relatives here for scholarship covers the entire course. We school one
I several I days, returned to their home get you a position as soon all/ you
W. Haz
his parents, Mr. and Mrs G. and Mrs. Burton Wimberlf, of were here Sunday.Mr. graduate-no waiting. Get our 1922 catalogue and for
I to Tallahassee Friday, and Mrs. A. A. Durden in South Jacksonville Monday after-: arrange your college
/t' t I en, returned Jacksonville, motored out and spent were course at once.
where he is employed by the S. A. L. Sunday here the guests of Mr. and visitors to Starke Monday. noon.Miss 'I TAMPA BUSINESS COLLEGE

He was accompanied by Marvin Haz Mrs. II. C. Wimberly. I Mrs. W. B. Roper, who has been Bessie Kennedy spent The Accredited School of the State. L. M. Hatton .
I I en, who spent a few days with him in Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bell and children I the guest of her mother, Mrs. Elsie week-end in Lake Butler with her -- President Tampa, Fla.REDUCTION

L the capital city. of Maxville were visitors here Sparkman for several weeks, returned parents.J. i -- _. .-.
! 1 I' The families of I. W. Pinholster, Monday. I to her home in Jacksonville Satur- R. Nauright was a visitor to D""DfDmm'.n' 'mm''D\ ''''''',,,,,,,,,u''UuOD'.n.n.n ..'n.mnmm.n.nm
_ Jr., E. B. Andrcu, Sr., P. M. Barefoot Jacksonville recently.W. .
day.Mrs.
b" I and R. T. Osteen enjoyed a Ash fry at WATER-MILL: C. B. Allen, of Bushnell, is vis- H. Andrews spent Monday and IN PRICE I I IMen's
i Sampson lake Monday night. I, iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Tuesday in Lake Butler.

The B. Y. P. U. gave a delightful Watermill, Sept. 15.-Mrs. Viola Allen this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Graham spent
picnic at Hampton beach Friday af Thomas and children spent the weekend two days last we ek in Worthington Suits Cleaned and Pressed, 40c.

_ t ternoon. Swimming was enjoyed until at Graham visiting! her mother, MILLER visiting Mrs. R. B. Roberts. Trousers Cleaned and Pressed, 20c. .
a late hour, after which a bountiful \I rs. Prescott. Mr and Mrs.\ Tom Chastain and 1

supper was spread. A large crowd Mr. and Mrs. J, Goodge and son Miller, Sept. 15B. E. Brown and baby of Lake Butler, were in town STEAM x xTo
was present on this occasion and all spent part of last week visiting in the Eugene Shallar are visiting' relativesin one day last week. PRESSING CO ?

reported a nice time. The chaperons I II Sampson section. Dundee this week. Miss Clarice Dowling, of Lake But- !
I were Mr. and Mrs. I. W. l> : Dr. Mann, of Lake Butler, made a Several of our citizens attended the ler, was in town last week. 1ilUmI
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baxter,inholster'l call here last week annual meeting of the Primitive Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs were visitorsto I

Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, l\Ie We are glad to report ,tha Evan at Little Springs Saturday and Lake City recently.

Shriver, Vance Russ, S. V. Andreu Hod?" has! Improved,! at this writing. Sunday Avery Tison, of Jacksonville, wasa Cure Cold in One I Uay I No Worms in a Healthy ChildAll
and L. P. Ward. Miss Janie Bielling, who is teaching weekend: visitor here Take LAXATIVE BROMO QHNrVS- : ('1'1,,,.,; children troubled with Worm h.v..o unhMltliy -
recently. I the(outth enii Hrotlei'h
tops
: w rki of .
J. L. Gilyard was. a visitor to the CARD OF THANKSWe I at Thomas, spent the week-end Quite a crowd attended the show at Cold E.W.: OKOV E;* iliinuiur: e"o" *,M.lt uu .1 ; rule. there color 1 Ie,more which or Indicate I..:. stomach poor blood disturbance.end tea

county seat Monday. I with her parents. the prison farm Saturday night. GROVE'S TASTELESS: : CHILL TONIC given....utorly -
:. Mary Shaw ,of Gainesville, spent wish to thank our friends whoso Mr and Mrs. Eurie Spires, of Cocoa Miss\ Mrgaret\ Brown and Wilmot)I' for thedlDeulon two or three,week end actaaafeneral will enrich the Suvnmhenln blood.Improve -.

the week-end here, guest of Ella Mae kindly assisted us during the sickness i visited the latter's parents, Mr. Brown, of Lawtey, were visitors here ) Another Rexall 1 cent sale at *!Tonic to the whole iratem. ;Nature will then

I Hazen. I. and death of our) beloved bus-,i and Mrs. J. S. Brown, last week. recently. Mitchell's Drug Store, Sept. 11, la throw perfect off or b.dtapel.'"...-.Pleuoot the worm to,.k Old>e,the ISo Child per will bottle.be
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Kelly and daughter band and father. We thank them for I Cameron and Ed Fralick, of Provi I 15: Shd 16th. ..

Genevieve, and Mrs. J. M. demons the kind words of sympathy and' the deuce, visited friends in this. commun-
of Alabama spent last week beautiful floral offerings that were ity Sunday afternoon.
here with Mr. Kelly and !Mrs. Clemons' brought as a last token of) love and I Mr. and Mrs. Marion Waters, of arfoIstel...... drill ... Plies Cured hi 6 to M DoveOtuietses Cascade Linen pound paper, 2

t'i mother, Mrs. S. J. Kelly. They!! respect I Brewster, spent last week here with nature vitality<:. jooniy' by purifying ettkhinghi ; refund monry::: If PAZO OINTMENT; ratorcur.lahieg.alfud pounds' for 41c on the Rexall Ic
blood. You:ao .wn ,..Ib Straguinln 'IleedlnKorPrucruilwi I ; sale Sept. 11 15 }litch.eU's .
16th at
coun-.1 Mrs. %Vm. Jones .
were once residents of Bradford and Family. 1 relatives. .. ivtilaradnil ts..r: Prlce- Instantly.' miU'vi- :itchliia. PHe*. and yes c'to.tIu:4'e.ss ;
T ter UI.- Una ,
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