Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02143
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I \mcrican, Ping -Appears a* Lcacon .1 of I OF CITY to Kill I FOUND DEAD IN '
V/HH\/ S 10Pi i Hope to Stranded Refugees I I BONUS I Tho court of our efficient\ county ,i1.

judge has been busy of late. Among
Smyrna! Sept 10.-..Smyrna no THE ARGONAUT 1 : 7
IOU-I : :MAYOU-EI.iCT: PEEK: APPEALS other business the following cases l
MEN ON pcr exists. The Are, which has At flON I UEOAKMED AS .
IMPUonv- TO THE CITIZENSI } : [have been disposed of: I''
: Foil VETS :
aging for throe days VMth unabatedfury t'"
N' Jackson 12 old colored 1
nby ;yearn
baa swept the city und i& ox- liLK: AT HUH! TIME: i :NOTE: FOI'.ND:= ON ONE OF THE 4 i
I feel much honored and :,,"ratified plead guilty to assault nltul battery ,. \
D's OWN\ tending to the suburbs. Only blackening 19. President at my election UH your auiroc" I and. was sentenced to a fino of HODIElri smnVI'D' ALL )DIEDWITHIN \ '
and a small tretttdre of Washington! Sept. II
masonry FIVE IIOUIISJackaon
bonn Now let till see if we can prove to bea ,,1II1and/ all eosts or else to a term of
vetoed the soldiers' I II
the Turkish quarter remain. Harding __ I
I in mutual benefit. The sworn duty of I live years in the reform school.: Tho )
uwritten ,
r. IS PARTIALLY BKOIIEN All the patients crowdo-l in hoipi.tnls bill today, informing that:while congress he was in a mayor is to see that the town ordinances fine and costs were paid I Calif., Sept. 18.-AH tor- 1;

\ > F\\'OROFTltEl\IEN: numbering nod less than: a thousand --i massage"avowed purposes" of ,I are carried out in justice andequity I j Fred Matlils, colored, aspired to ty-seven of the minors entombed t
'Mio( (WIT WEEKS AGO have been burned to Tenth accord with the I and the Argonaut mina August 27 are .
he did not subscribe to to all. Thin I shall do, asking/ eminence in tho hobo profession, l !
Seaboiird Air Linen I All relief supplies) sent from Constantinople its the provixions.Tho)ivvnsure,. I i the heart co-operation of all citizens.Otherwise 1 the first step, getting/ u jail sentence, dead, it was announced officially short'f'f' } i :

.,11 of the by the American! relief organizations : my jurisdiction is largely has been tnken. He was lined $10 and ly before i) o'clock. t ,'

momentary orders to re'la'ir were destroyed by fire. executive action was regarded I and, simply advisory and suggestive I cants for riding on a train without A note found on one of the bodies 1 't' {"

old pasta at the locali Red ,Cross officials are bending all efforts generally in Washington as making : an to movement for butterment of our permission, but, scorning to do anything indicated that nil the men had died 't'( ., !(,'

i result. of n separate setI to evacuate the Christians as improbable a bonus for the world war I town and community. contrary to the ethics of his profession within five hours of the beginning 4 h',

"I strike difficulties: a few f the only moans ''of saving them, but I veterans, at least for some time to Along this lino I would suggest/ a he accepted three months in the. fire August 27, officials) \ said. l I'J. '',' "
between the strike leaders come, as it appeared to bo almost Certain I I J" '
arc handicapped by lack of vessels. I campaign of c1 1ninaand beautify jiiU.] I All the miners were found behind ,.
1 roads of the the would be sustainedby
cluss that veto
urrt\ y I
I Bands of Turks are heartlessly killing ing. The cases against M. Edwards: were the second of two bulkheads they had \})
settlement A in the house i
This separate I the helpless Christians and the the senate. vote soil and topography of continued to September 26th, on ac-
suggested for with sendate The climate, | built In n cross cut 4,3150/ feet down In 1'/:) J 1,
I thr basis recently distincv I whole city is in the throes of terror. was planned tomorrow the Starke made it capable of being: made count of the illnesK of the county at I tha Argonaut\ mine. Ityron 0, Pkk-. !L i
dent Harding and in a action to follow later In dayor
whose Rescue work among the ruins ia proceeding one: of the most attractive and beautiful torney. I ard, chief of tho fCllel'al'bureau ol!

""V for the shopmen, : slowly, the Kemalists leaving on Thursday. inland towns of the _stati I Dean Pullum, colored, plead !guilty I I mines for this district( was the first s
including, that for !seniority, their fate. !Mr.\ Harding set forth a number of has started in his 4r''
tho fire victims to Tha wal...r and light plant to having moonshine possession man to go behind the bulkhead an.! 1.
Ii". elupeii to be the principal I 1 The catastrophe Is sb vast that on- reasons for returning tho bill to the I the ball-rolling on this line by setting I at his residence In Uono. With the I discovered the bodies. '

..\ ,'rc recognized. Thus the shop- ily the collective efforts of the Allied. house without. his approval. These I out a row of palms anJ' oleanders' understanding that there would" be no s
of their I Pickunl on an earlier exploration i
n''IK' the fulfillment nations can cope with it. When the I included: I entirely around Its area. appeal for defendant on account of insufficient ,
here behind this bulkhead, had counted 42
made rcccntlv by n I fire was! at its worst the American destroyers Failure of congress to provide a With the active co-operation! of tho search! warrant, Pull urn was :

n:""!r, that they would. return i Lawrence and Litchfield were I means of financing.! I city council, the Woman's Club anj allowed to )pall down a fine of $100 !'bodied and.1 expressed<1 the belief' then t
others there.
that there were
> own terms almost swamped by thousands of maddened 'I That inevitably the bonus would our citizens generally, we can make I and costs, or six Months in the county -! .r

-ic,.' :lenient) between the shop- survivors who plunged into the mean increased taxation. Starke rich and attractive in palms, I jail. I The note found rend as follows: 3

el the lifty'or sixty roads which water in the darkness of night and.i That the legislation would wipe out I II flowers and half a hundred other beautiful State vs J. O. Luke!, charged of assault a, m. Gas bad. t

md the separate agreementh :; I swam out to the vessels, imploring i I everything thus far accomplished\ to pomi-li-uptonl trees' and plants. with intent to kill. Hut bond for The same note bore scrawled fig .. ,!

.. i'd through negotiations be- I I piteously to be saved. The American I reduce government expenditures ,II This is one of my many ambitions as apoarance nt ho next term of: the circuit ; uro "4," apparently indicating the +a' ;

';. Davies Warfield, chairman I blue jackets rescued hundreds from wherever possible your mayor, und I earnestly ask your courtv s set at $1,000. It was' same mon had attempted to )leave '

n board of the Seaboard Air Line,, I drowning.The I I co-opcralion. given and accepted. On September I word for those who might come lifter, .
i iirt, M. Jewell, head of tho strlk-: American sailors ashore were That a pease bestowed oil ex- C.,L. PEEK.. Ith Luke assaulted W. E. Yarliorough of the condition of the rime nt that
service was "a perversion of pub I I Ii
ihop crafts. Following) the recent : obliged to hold off great crowds at the men" "that future i with a heavy stake, breaking hill skull hour.Mine '
fi' ,ace of railroad executives, at I )point of the bayonet: in order to keep lie funds, and suggested I and end.-inr'cilng: his life officials declared that Ilia con- r ,
defense is to bo inspired by compcnsa- STARKE 1IROOMS: FOR I ENGLANDTho : ':
'n a majority rejected President 'them from the frail destroyers.! The I dition of the cross-cut behind tho bulk-

n nlan for a setttemont< andW flag was hoisted on the quay and theblue '!I tion rather than consciousness of duty I I head was such that life could not have f .
I to flag and country. industries of are 7t r
,'n- many verbal exchanges jackets went among, I the panic I '' been sustained there by the( entombed
'1' .". ,,r { nf ink bottles! behind thed !stricken' people, picking out those with 1 That to add one-sixth of the total fling to make this town known fur and.wide KERRIES men for more than five hours. !

"I' Mr.] Warfield, seeing the j i American citizenship papers. The turn of the public debt for disLriblltlonI the latest report' of our notoriety The bodies wore found piled! one on t

,mi'ce "which; the majority had made,, I American flag was like a beacon of I 1 among lent than' 6,000,000 of 11 0,000'-1 I coating from Manchester: England. Bradford county strawberry. growers / top of another nnd decomposition\ had t .
and the I 'I 000 people, would updcrmtno; cunfiI II This report was! received by Ale t Quigley have been under the disadvantagethis \ far that Identification. \
d :at once to !Mr. Jewell hope; hundreds! that could speak only I dostructive progressed so )
'arat agreements were set under' I a few words of English claimed to '! dence on which the nation's credit was Broom Co., in the :form of an order summer of having to fight a I would be impossible, Pickard report- j' ,

hemp !signed a few days ago. have been in the United States but ''builded\ and "establish the precedent for 3,000 brooms, to be' shippedat ) horde of crickets. The little I cd.

railroads in the southeast. I| could show no satisfactory proof. Others ( of distributing public funds, whenever once. Needless! to flay Mr. Quigley Insects arc present )In almost every I DiotI In Five Hour After Being En
>\moii I aid they had relatives in' New the proposal and the numbers nITected:will do his part in keeping Slarke Held in largo numbers anti have killed to"hl ad t'c'
inch ure affected by the peace nego- i thousands of bt plants by burrowing I. '
Seaboard AirLine York, Chicago, San Francisco nndother make it seem politically appealing to products before the public: and Is preparing ( rry The mine ofilciaN said\ that the actions -
nona: arcs the j jcl The Americans, do so" I his order for immediate ship / into Ilia ground: and cutting the of the evidenced by the a
the and Gulf Coast American cities. I men, n* :
Tampa Hf'i'th
luding roots. It ii un.tc"! d l that f '
Northern) and thethorn however, were forced.1 to turn a deaf 'I That the IO,000,000OOp of maturing ment.\ bulkhendi. they built and other nmt- r ,
t the Tampa Florida have had to eombitthis
Railroad. The Atlanticist I ear to these appeals.: The big hearted public debt in the next six years Stnrkc is on the road to nn indus- growers ; turn indicated that had died within!
will Insect for years, but '
not signed, but it I blue jackets were overcome with emotion -! would be difficult to meet without adding trial boom. Soon business becoming many five houi-s after being( entombed '
Line has yet tho first time our grower have I {
do at the distressing scenes and did' the complicatiol of added borrowings our way Quigley Broonj The officials declared tho mute evidence I
believed. that it will so very much bothered them.It .
I been by
> inasmuch the strike hasn I their best to comfort the terrorized on account of a bonus. Co. is now figuring in n deal whereby of the men's struggles. avowed ?
'v, as 1 has been found that a mixture of
that the rail- women and children, oven giving up That the adjusted certificate planof they will have to double their pres- they were forty-woven of tho moat,) I Ico,1 ;
broken The sense will
in Paris shorts und
These indication of tho green
bed rolls clothing and ra- with Its bank and ent output. Imaginable. '
and longerud their own payment govern- i headed men s
id', have plit up no I business cheerfully clean the Insects up They seem! to bo a
of are -
.'return good
roads which tions. ment loans was little less than a certified I Removed Clothes; to Stop Cracks
together. Many : fond of this mixture, and It kills!
: !: received the ponerul public. very ,.
of New York of the to miners
of -
not' >sign at l\rst\ are preparing ton i Commander Merrill inability government them on tho spot. i Sixteen the I entrapped removed
' strikers who return to aide to Rear Admiral Bristol, is hailed : pay and a "practice of sacrificial bar I tl.'ir clothes to provide mater
and the i iI ..
t ik! will strike benefits to those I as a hero, men, women and children I tel'" by the veterans. I Ii I Mrs Acfuline tin is Jen has presented -- ial fur stufting the cracks in the wooden l th

naming< pay out, materially strengthmg -I; falling on their.knees and kissing his i That the!. bonus would not diminish' the Telegraph with a twig containing SHELL: SHOCK; NO LONGER RECOGNIZED l arrler( hastily constructed, which

>' their position. I I garments an he passes through the tho later obligation in the way of pensions I I two quinces. The fruit is exceptionally () IN ENGLAND was found curly this evening.l

strike the I refugee: concentration areas. to the world war veterans I line and the largest wo have Then another barrier was built of r
phe settlement of the the on Asserting that this obligation would\ seen. They came from a tree in Mrs.Bnisilen's \ London, Kept. 0.--If Great Rrltainfchould rock, earth and ilobrlx. However, the '

narate agreement, basis is work-plan I !18' NEGROES KILLED) AS AUTO "cost more billions than I venture to yard and can bo seen in tha have the misfortune to ba engaged gas and fumes from tho fire apparently 1 ,

,' which the strikers have been. although TIIUCK: GOES TlfRU UIUDGEi suggest," the president declared that I Bank of Sturlic's pomologicul muPRES1JYTERIAN : / in another big WUT, it is safe to Rccjieil) through the first bulkhead +

' for >some time past, and I "a rational financial policy today is i scum predict that no cases of "shell shock" and! tho men J lied' from the Rita where

is not so immediate and sweeping. a I i I Homervillc, Ga., Sept. 11-Eighteen necessary to make the nation ready will appear among her list of casualties they were buinling the second one, to t
tory as if all roads, signed, it their way from for the which is Tha first recommendation of the' '
for.e negroes who were on expenditure certain : CHURCHThere ; start a third, further on.
with the approval of the shopmen thru 'I, this town to a baseball game at AxOn to be required in the coming years." war office committee on shell shock, This third. Attempt to wall Lho doath -i

reason that it was arrived strikers at !< in Atkinson county, about twenty Only once! d'ld the president referto wi1l1 bo a special morning service whoso: report has just been published, :I dealing gas was niiula ut tho end of .1'

direct negotiations between not thru; miles away, lost their lives today the interest on the foreign debt out at tha Presbyterian church on is that the term should bo cut out of the 1,3BO foot eroHs-cut In the Argonaut 1F\

'*il railroad companies and which the I when an automobile truck in which of which proponents of the bonus have i Sunday at eleven o'clock. The Lord's the official language. I but tho fact that only a bare

he} railroad labor board, them they were riding, crashed through the contended it could be paid. Ho told Supper will be observed and all Christian "War neuiosls" In. considered! /.o be I start was mado ui It proved, th\ mine .

rhopmen declared biased against bridge over the Satilla river. I. congress that the government wan I people aro invited to participate, the best general term. "Shell shock" I officials! said. that the deadly cnrbon

The settlement of the shopmen'sike I The driver of the truck was hurled facing a deficit< of $050,000,000: during Evening service at eight o'clock, with Is declared to he wholly misleading, i monoxide .1>, J i II.' !" ijffucutlng' carbon

on the fifty to sixty roads: will I backward with such force as to break the current fiscal year and a further I( the pastor preaching. Always a cordial -[becouse it occurred to patients who |I dioxide hilt reached, It and\ performed ; y

materially speed up transportation his neck. Those in the truck were deficit for the year succeeding, "even I invitation to the public had never been even within hearingof / their fatal ofTicoH before' the forty-

and add to the bafety Ql traveling on packed so closely\/ that they had no after counting upon all interest collections )- I .-- a shell hurst. seven unfortunates could roles even

he roads affected. I chance to escape. on foreign indebtedness which HFSS::!-,S.11'I' "It Is no surprise to find I that tho an excuse fur a barrier

Fourteen bodies had been recovered the government is likely to receive." I general lay conception of I the term I KM Hi Wall Painless I ,,

I.OCAL, ATTORNEY HOME FROM I tonight. I AH to the immediate and ultimatecost I e Miss\ 1\1)1 tie Sapp, daughter of Mr. ; won very loose and Ill-informed. ," the I Mina officials said that death had r a

,rCCESSFUL HASEIJALL SBVSON! Only meager details have been obtained of the bonus, JIK Harding. said and Mrs. L. L. Sapp, who resided, until committee states "There wm such 'coma to the entombed men( painlessly. -

I here an the scene of the accident this was not definitely known. Treasury two years ago at Lawtey, wo* married I anxious solicitude during the war ai, The gases; they Haiti, would produce i'

E. K. Perryman, local attorney, is nearly twenty miles away. estimates based on'what seemed to Raymond E. Iless, also( from to( the incapacitated' and such wan the first a lethargy, then a coma, '

md the terror of all sluggers in the C. A. Campbell/ owner of the truck, the most likely exercise of the options Lawtey, August 15th.: They ''were | appeal of the term 'shell shock' that and finally death. I

Texas League/: has arrived at his which he permitted the negroes to use he continued, figured tho direct cost at quietly married at the home of tho this class of case, excited morn /general Jackson, a* a whole, took tho tragic '

1 oome in Starko after completing onef for their outing, said there were 22, $79":;,000,000 for the first four years 1 bride's sister, Mrs. R. B. Moneley// Interest and sympathy than any news calmly, and courageously. Tho t''t

> his most successful season in baser negroes on board when it left here at and a total cost In excess of $1,000I I Miami. I j other, HO that is became H most de- general topic of conversation, exceptin

all "Perry," as he i ill known In theT 10 o'clock this morning. Reports from 000,000. lie added that no estimate' Arrangement have been mode to ruble complaint from which to suffer. -\ the immediate family circles pf the

:as Ica-'ue! wound up hs: season the scene of the accident indicate that of "the larger indirect cost" ever had take their honeymoon/ trip some time dead, was arrangement for the funeral

with a record of Im1. inic pitched 1.1!' only four escaped deoth. been made. around Christmas, when Mr. Hem, "No cane of psycho-ncuVoHlit or of which, It wa believed, would Ix)

+'a r' -it-'-1 Statistics show 1hat he war The bridge over the Satilla river at The vet message was transmittedto who is member. of the Miami Fire mental breakdown, even when attributed a joint affair. *, '

i t. t acne and lout but rx.' 'Mr. Per- the point of the crash Is a wooden the house by a White House messenger Department;:: will Ji.tve his annual va to ir shell explosion, should be .

roman d. dares that this season was structure and not strong enough to and its reading by clerk was cation. They are now residing/ at 2.J7 classified aa a buttle casualty any ESTAHLISHIJIAMH J

his" last, but fter having made such i hold the overloaded truck, It was stat begun seven minutes after' its deliv- N W. Second Street, Miami. more than nirknass or d'mcasa. I.OCAItAN: MAY\ ; ;

record this year it Is certain that ed. ery at, 3:10: p. m. There was a full ---------- Colonel Stuhbs, D. S. 0., expressed

1. will be fighting again attendance of members, many of The residence corner Madison and the opinion that'efforts should\ IK

next ague year-ama for his services. WITH ys"With 'I'whom had returned to .the capital to (Davis. street, owned by W. It. Haynott, made tn get: rid 1 of the lieu' especially I DeWitt C. Jones, proprietor of the
Twelve in professional base vote on the question.of overriding the it bcin.r. reshingled and repaired. I prevalent among! young soldiers, that Starke Coca Cola U<)tiling recently -
years twelfth making us and for \le," is II. M. Tall- veto. _Lblnu'"s it was disgraceful to feel scared whenin received the Cora Cola franchise -
ball and in his year
V an of .COO, Mr. Perrjmun has madge, of Jacksonville, a young news Although a two-third majority Is'' In the senate while tho presl'l action. for Union county. This given ,

shown average himself to be still in the race paper man full of.pep and initiative. necessary to over ride a veto friendsof dent's! message was being", read t "I do not know, but I think I was the I local: concern double territory to ,
have charge of Harrison Dumocr, awful funk the whole time he | work and It Is doubtful if the plant
This his record placed him us : Mr. Tallmadge will the bonus declared that more than house. Senator ; In an ,
foremost year of the Texas League,: twirl- the business office of the Telegraph, this would be obtained in the hou'e.I sippl.charged that .some' Republican told the committee, "and I think most here can supply the demand.: To up-

Perryman has twice and we feel sure that his services will | Further informal canvasses of the i senators who had supported the people were. If the young soldiers ,I' ply the additional business from Un- e

crs.been Attorney to the bi leagues but each be profitable to bath newspaper and i senate jnembership today were laid measure had been "as busy as bees were given to understand that everybody : ion county Mr. Junes is seriously con- rl
I time up fate sent him back. Sickness community at lirge. Come in and get I' to have disclosed a line-up of thirty- ;corralling votes to sustain the presi ia very much afraid and that It xiilerintf opening.. u branch at Lake

has resident of Starke from acquainted with H. M. He's not so I four, or two more than the one-third dent. is a natural condition to be in, but he i I Butler. .

kept a the laurels in the baseball hard to get along with, and will ap- necessary to sustain the veto. Two Before sending his message to tho should l overcome It, and If he were I Luke Butler, the county seat of Un- "
} t attaining I continued'! of belle and ion county, ia an, ideal location for a
ball of fame which would undoubted- preciate your business or your helpful other senator were counted as doubt- house President Harding told also about' the effect '
"Perry" says he hints. ful. The expectation was that about his conferences with senators.A I that it was up to him to control him plant, Mr. Jones. believes, und with
ly been his fortune. I
I to enact self I think It would have effect. : 'such rapid fire sellers-an' Coca Cola
to some
final ,
is with baseball, but we, are twenty-five senators favorable to the appeal congress '
through )
i that next spring will find him I, Cosmo Alvarez, of Jacksonville, is bonus would be absent, with only' the bonus wall made tonight by Han- ." i and a good, orange drink which he will
to cause the downfall I visiting! relatives in Starke for a few three or :four of the opponents away. ford MacNlder, national commanderof soon have, business; at a Lake Hotter
gain in trim ready
of many a would-be slugger. I days. v '. ..There was a brief discussion of the the American Legion.,, j I Subscribe for tho Telegraph I branch should be successful.



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; W. C. T. U.> COLUMN I Kansas and thirty states of her tro I- II-aIQ 4IJ

dition and kind would no more lose I
their forty years' fight for prohibitionthan
X; PROHIBITION HEALTH PROMOTER OF THE they would lose their four years' UP BY WHITE\

fight against slavery. Collier's1lreekly.

'i'" My profession-does not put me in CELL INMATECLEVER

close contact with classes whore I
,I could study! the effect of prohibition. -
From the little I have observed, however board met in regular session ATTEMPT AT FLHiHT

I am convinced thnt the condition September 4th, with all members FRUSTRATED BY QUICK AC-

Ij of women and children is much present, viz: L. W. Kickliter, A. A. TION OF JAILER'S WIFE
improved by it. So far as I haven Uazen and L. Wynn._

heard women express themselves, no Minutes of l lust meeting read and< An exciting episode took place at II
V one has uttered a criticism of the approved.The the county jail in Starke last Thurs-

Eighteenth Amendment. There is a colored people of New Riverare day evening, when a murderer confw. I .

strong feeling, however, that its enforcement ordered to obtain a plot of land ed there, through a clever ruse, would 1i I

s I y M is inadequate. There is a near Mack Johns' place and to move have regained liberty, at least tem- ( .
feeling at the same time, I think, that the schoolhouse from Wallace Nedd's porarily, had it not been for the quick ,

1 ter no one could expect any such radical place thereto by the first Monday in and plucky action of Mrs. Baisden,

amendment to be perfectly enforcedat I October, and upon failure to do so wife of W. W. Baisden, deputy sherIff <
: least for a decade or two. I'ers'onlllly -
the school will be closed until said and jailer.
y I feel that national( prohibition i ia Is work is performed. Mr. and Mrs. Baisden occupy the M

promoter of health, prosperity and Widow's pension claims were allowed i lower story of tho county jail build-
I ..l happiness, not only in the family, but to Carrie Hicks, $5; Lizzie Johns, Ing. When Mr. Baisden is at home,

for society generally. $2; Rachel Malphurs, $2. he allows the prisoners to walk aboutIn
I lived too in the of Kan-
long state
i Pensions will be discontinued, if the corridor surrounding the principal -
sag and observed too closely the effect those drawing same does not keep steel cage. On the evening in
,, of prohibition there not to be unqualifiedly -
their children in school. question, after supper, he went upstairs TheTelegraph
i for it. W. Amos
-Thyrsa ,
to lock the prisoners in their
g Dean of Women University of Pitts
AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH respective cells. The door to the ooridor -
,/ ,1 burgh. wa i unlocked and he put the I

Dr. J. J, Bullen, pastor of the Baptist two negro prisoners back into their
NEVER; REVERT TO OLD ORDER church, who with Mrs. Bullen, cells without any trouble, as usual I

has been enjoying a vacation in Wash- Beside the negroes;; there is- one .
t There can be no doubt in the mind ington D. C., Philadelphia, and other white prisoner, II. A. Perry, accused!

of any fair minded per on that the parts of Pennsylvania, will occupy his of the murder of Dr. Cox, at Sampson

home life is far better fop the women pulpit on Sunday morning and evening City, in May. Perry had been brought .

and children since:! prohibition has become Sept. 21th. I from Valdosta, Ga., a few days betol'l'

effective. I have never heard an Dr. Bullen will\ be pleased to greetall lIe is an elderly! man who complained y

expression from any woman of my members of the church and congregation of rheumatism and was taking! treatment I .

acquaintance against the amendment., upon his return, and promises for that ailment. He moved ;

My personal opinion is that society services of an uplifting nature.As stiffly and painfully, and that he .intended I I'

will never revert to the old order. It nil will be glad: to see their old 1 to playa trick upon him never I

may take a few years just as with pastor again, he will, no doubt, enjoy entered Mr. Baisden's head.
y any other world movement to bring n large audience. When the jailer had locked up the

,I Into limo that group of people who appear negroes, Perry, who was in the corridor -

to find greater joy in law-bn'ak-I :\IIS ALDERMAN: : : AND:' SNEI.L- as' quick as lightning, slipped out .
ing than law-keeping, but even in this GROVE; ENTERTAIN;;:' of the door, slammed the door to, a I

short time the effect has been so apparent locked it with the key that was on

on the health and prosperity! Misses Blanche Alderman and Thel- the outside and ran down the stairs. Is one of the necessaries

( of the American people that the sane ma Snellgrove entertained a number I Mr. Baisden immediately shouted. to

minded, lenders will never be willing of their friends Friday evening, at I I Us wife to double lock the door at the \ of life for Bradford I

to destroy that 'fTect-Irma E. Vogt, the home of Mr. and Mrs, G. W. Alderman ,,foot of the stairs. Though Mrs. Bais I

Dean. of Women, Ohio University. on N. Walnut street. The I'den could l not distinguish her hus County people, and that I

merry party played games and enjoyed band's words! she understood that
; THE DRY) WEST refreshments of fruit punch and something was wrong. She was only this fact is becoming more

I( wafers. about five feet from the door at the .

i A considerable majority of the The guests included Misses Rosa I time, and turning towards it, saw and more recognized all .

states, and probable n decent major- Leviton, Fanny Darby, Free Wynn, Perry coming. She quickly slammedthe
ity of the people of the United States, Leila Sapp, Miriam Ortagus, Eunice door in his face and double lockedit. the time is seen by the

i t believe in prohibition ai aa economic Perkins, Beatrice Bullen, Isabel Fei Perry, seeing his attempt at liberty -

measure. These states enacted pro- andcz, Eleanor Hedges, Mildred Gill, foiled, quickly ran. up the stain | number of new subscribers -

hibition laws and went through the ilessrs.. Julian Cnnova, Freeman again, pulled the key out of the corridor I

I same revolutionary experience that Johns, Charles Darby, Orrie Wiggins I door, then down again and triedto constantly added to

Kansas had in legal enactments and Gerald Middleton, Clyde Mott, open the door with the key. But

enforcing agencies. The history of i Tom Morris, Comer Long, Alvin Reek, by that time Mrs. Baisden's cries for our list. Join the procession -

prohibition in Kansas is not essentially Frank Carpenter, Bob Demorest. I help had brought Night Marshal Al-

different from the history of prohibition varez, Captain Hickey and Jake Crosby and find out what I

in Colorado, Nebraska, the Dakotas BRONCHO BUS'TIN' oral Perry saw that further at- \

Arkansas, Oklahoma or Texas, I tempts were hopeless. He then began is .going on at home

{ and the states of the Southeast and Friday afternoon the citizens of I to cry and acted, in a frantic man-
l the Northwest. What Kansas did in I Starke were treated to some' wild west j ner, asking Mrs.\ Buisdcn to set him at abroad I (

forty years, these states did in ten. riding. Dowlinj & Johns had received liberty, as he did not like the place. I ,

Prohibition in Ohio and Michigan a consignment, of mules, among Rut ho was unceremoniously marched

fame quickly, and it has been sustained which was a small animal that !had not upstairs again and locked in his cell,
by n popular referendum. !been ridden. Gea. E. Andreu was the after !Mr. Baisden had been released.

e .. Senators and congressmen from only man that cared for the job of Mrs. IIai ,len was glad to find her '.

t :;Mississippi Valley states and from the "bustin. the mule. He put his heavy husband unhurt and! none the worse

South and from the Mountain States stock saddle on the animal'' and was for his singular experience.

and the Pacific Coast states are goingto on its back in a twinkling.\ The mule, It is plain that much of Perry's!

stand by the views of their constituents nimble n* a squirrel, tried every trickn rheumatic troubles were only feigned, I

because these views are largely !! '! \ain, but Mr Andrea stuck to hid in order that he might get an opportunity
a, the views of these senators and eat like the cowboy ho is. At last to escape. lIe claims that the Only $2.00 Per Year "

"' congressmen themselves. It is idle to thu mule gave up burking and ran oil medicine. he had been taking had affected -

wy say they are demagogues.\ !! They are i at u !treat speed.! Mr. Andreu sue- hid' mind, or he would never, $1.00 for Six Months
not. It is idle to say that the peopleof cecdecl in navigating his. mount back I oh, never, had tried, to escape. :

the West and South are overcomeby to the lot and dismounted without any

a mania, or carried away by a fad, mishap, but later received a kick onus Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Carlton, of in advance ,

or overborne by a wave of sentimental tight, leg, which put him out of ,Jacksonville, spent a few days this .
ism. They are fundamentally, convinced commission: for the time being. I week with Col. and Mrs. A. Z. A
's against the saloon and have Later a negro or two attempted the \

been for from ten to twenty years stunt, but they were reminded by thu ,. :

i committed against/ any edging, into mule that their sphere was terra firma\ -
our national life of and were speedily unhorsed.I.KTTIR H.m>l>y nirtiot In Ktvvn hut on the 25th/ daYof !
anything that
: .
OcUilwr., A D IVJii, we, the unilenlnwil '
looks like a saloon, or anything that will apply to the Honorable A. V. Ixinir. Judas I ',
; : I FROM: DR. BUI.I.EN or the Eighth Judicial Circuit or KluHiln.' In "
is owned by the mOil who uso maintain the tmloonby the brewers city of I'alittkn, Putnam County, Fiends at
ono cluck p. mn on pnlil day or fu noon
I fvr instance. Tyrone, Pa., Sept. 13, 1922.! hi>rrarur KM w. can be hoard, for an ortlerncnnximtlntr -
UH and our mwocinl and' euccraaow .
Address all letters
I In every community west of the Al- Editor Telegraph--After!! preaching Into a l>n..ly corporate of the State oflorliln and remittances to ,
I I .' the article. of m .
in Washington and Philadelphia, unili-r following ooriamtiun
leghanies! hundreds", of men and women : -"
have. served on Inw and order committees reached, Tyrone safely, and in the IrENRY. MITCHELL, ,>
midst of a terrific hot spell, which Wm. .rUOWEKS Bradford County Telegraph
have (given money to gather A. RANDALL
lasted for one week. This. was the hottest W. A. KOSK. .
( evidence against violators of the prohibition TOM McHHIDE.
weather of the summer, and with ALLEN SPEED: .
lows' have spent their time
the amount of humidity it was JERKY: PARKS Starke Florida .
lend' energy and funds.. to make prohi- !great I.. C. BOOC.S. x.U
l b<1l1rab",. Last night we just about H. T. HROCKINOTON. 1 1It
bition a success. Them men are not SAMUEL O'NEAL. %
had frost. MILES KOII1NHON
cranks, but business men, farmers, JAMES: THOMPSON. ,,
M, professional men, railroad officers, We expect to leave Tyrone on our MARY C.HFF.N.: ;,t
trip'to Starktl next Tuesday, Sept. IS, I TTIE: THOMPSON
bankers middle l class folks.
1 -good H. w. WASHINU'rON &
and It connections can be made we rPRMAN ONKAL,
They acted as they did somewhat because I.I//IK JONES. I ;,
they believedin! prohibition, but shall reach our destination! on the f'lI UH.foY; CLARK,
train Thursday.Mrs.
largely because they\ believed in the midnight .
\ Bullen's us
constitution and in a decent and orderly parents accompany '''1;
have lived here for thirty years
They ,
1 observance of law. They were
and there close friendships K
v naturally are
inspired by the oldest tradition of the .
to be severed.
Anglo-Saxon people. ',,1
I trust nil well in Starke and
t are ,
They cannot be laughed: out of their 1eigorcttesa.
I shall be glad to be back in my pul-
{ scared
convictions, nor away from the :
I i pit. The appreciation of the people ,
purpose, nor fooled by fine talk about
I light wines and beer. They feel deeply : makes preaching to them a pleasure. (
Hoping to see you again soon, and .
,. that light wines and beer means'
oldfll"hiolled'sl1loon with best wishes to all friends, I remain -
the return of the :

'. and nothing less, and that if you cannot "
r maintain absolute prohibition, you Yours sincerely,
cannot enforce partial prohibition

with a saloon where light wines and They
U. C. V. MEETINGJ. are ,
t beer are sold as a rendezvous of the
J. Dickison Camp No. 1617 will .
bootlegger of hard liquor. They fear
1 meet at the courthouse in Starke on
,- : that the same bootlegging agencies, GOOD104PBIlJIAi.Ciarttl..aJS..Mon
Wednesday, 27th at 10
September a.
"*'," which tried. to overthrow prohibition,
> I m. All members are request..d to at-
, tend.
3 and women in these western communities -
'a have been fighting frwn ten to I W. T. WEEKS,

'' forty years, will come back with light Captain Commander. Iii


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1 Besides, Kilgore Seed Company -- _- -r '_on-. --- _. -. __ B. "
I! Lowry & Barns, ordered large num- 'HIE I ART OF BEING: ; AfiREKIJLK: : =
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs bers for their customers, while* many', -

.? .. mMMMUNIIMM-............,.... .....,..*..,.,., ? ...?,. ?...? "?,??,.? .,?,lath farmers ordered their own plants. Wenh'lI Phillips, in hit noted !Ur.ui'e tTHE d

(. on tho lost arts of antiquity, did t\\
Live State News I Mrs. Emma C. Cline, of Tampa, after not refer to the art of !being\ agreeable Fordsoi /

...n...-----.J. a search of more than three yerfrs probably because agreeableness
who served in i.i his time thanat
for her son, Joseph Cline, was more vogue '
Told by Our Exchanges. I with the American naval air forces in present. However, being agreeable UNIVERSAL TRACTOR I;' i

France during the world war has at to a very great extent, has be-
I mall"'mmmmmmmmmmmmw"' IDmt=mmIDID .II1cn""D""nmfJj last found the youth, according to come a lost art, insofar as its practice

... ,iv..TE NEWS I whore and sought shelter under differ- word received by friends. lIe is in a I is to be observed in these days.
icht fire alarm boxes located an ent trees. When the lightning struck hospital for the insane at Elgin, Ill. I The art of being agreeable, as the i' I
marine and White street, in Key !lit spread to both trees and Surgnerwas expression Is "comes natural" to some '

w .1 i were found plugged Saturday instantly killed and his companion While' chasing an unknown negro people; by others, it must be acquired. i I
''I'',. and Sunday morning when on knocked unconscious, but was not who was said to have stolen articdus And what charming, what delightful : :
u.. -tion was made through tho sec- j seriously hurt. of clothing from another negro, Deputy people are those who naturally are I \
,. "hy Fire Chief Tinder and Elec- Sheriff Cleveland Jacobs was shot agreeable. By this Is not meant that : ,

an Leo Bowers. All of these box- The Rev. J C. Walker, pastor of thC and killed at Sanford. The unknown they must agree with everything said ;
id been tampered with during( then Fort Lauderdale Baptist church, enRaged negro in an effort to elude the deputy and. done by others. Not lit all. But 'I
: IIn.llt was believed that the key in a fist fight this morning withJ. sheriff dashed into the home of another -! when persons, such as these, disagree f
i I. .a were plugged under the cover of N. Cain assistant cashier of the negro. When the deputy broke i they do it as though they were conferring -
'ii rain which fell about midnight. Fort Lauderdale State Bunk, the row down the front door, a heavy load I a favor on the person or per- -.
,fn. discovery is the most serious in later expanding to include several from a shotgun was discharged Into sons disagreed with. At least, such is
., trey weeks. During the past few other amateur pugilists, including W. his chest. Jacobs who was taken toI I the impression created in the mind of .
i. -us\ there have been isolated in- C. Kyle, president of the State Dank, a local hospital died a few minutes the individual "turned down." It is t

laiicea where an attempt had been Frank Pritchard, 20 year old step son I later on the operating table. done so cleverly, so graciously, per- :
ads< to prevent the use of the boxes! of the preacher, and II. 11. Marshall, haps, as to have the flavor of a favor } 1 i
n these were in different sections! oft candidate for police chief in the com- Authorities are searching in the conferred.It .
).' ing election. The police broke up the northern end of St. Johns county for I is current comment that at the !
fight, but no one was arrested. The three unknown negroes who bound the I present time, as for some past period; '
attempt was made to dynamite two principal participants were considerably wife of a local milkman, placed a sack there ia much, very much of disagreeableness !
,il b Atlantic Coast Line trestle be- bruised but not seriouslyhurt. over her head and robbed the farm I on the part of members of .
and Baldwin late Thurs- house mile from St. Augustine, of It manifests itself
'v tn Otis Cain was one of the two men a tho human family. 1 1t
ii night by three unidentified white who voted to remove Mr. Walker in a $300 and several other articles. The in many ways. It crops out here t
,i .r who fled when surprised by an church election a few days ago. The husband was in the city and the wom- and there and everywhere, frequently i

farmer, according to a report two men hall had trouble before, but in an was discovered in the chickenhouao where least expected. ---------.r, .
ii<' to the sheriff's office in Jnck1.1 I(previous encounters the preacher had by a local man who had gone to the There appears to bo constant striving .-1,
,' lle. Chief Deputy Edwards said m' investigation was being made of chickens. The woman was brought: I acts, words and conduct not at all attributes ?
tii report, sent in by E. M. Rafuse, oft i Miami's curb market has taken another to this city and Sheriff Boyce notifiedat I of ladies and gentlemen of
.,. who declared he found an auger i I, epoch-making step. This timeit about 10:30: o'clock. Bloodhoundswere I real men and real women. Much of Buy Your Fordson NOW
cross tie left by the men when is the construction of a city market immediately rushed to the scene I it may be due to a state of nerves,
'h \ saw him approach the trestle. having 100 stalls for the use of the but were unable to pick up a trail. much of it is, without doubt, pure dcv-
'I' ise had been in,Baldwin for med- | farmers who bring their produce into The woman was not harmed beyond i I ilishness. It needs to be cured largely At this amazingly low price you can't afford to
>t attention, and was returning to the city for the purpose of selling it being bound hand and foot with u by self-treatment, just us a distinguished wait another day for your Fordson Tractor. t
h nome at Otis when us he approach- directly to consumers. The market is gunny sack placed over her head by physician told a would-be y
s I
the span he saw three men rundown sunder I I, the direction of County Agent her captors. patient: "There is nothing the matter There is no tractor made that can approach the 4
the embamkment and disappearin I Rainey, who has shown much interestin with you but devilishr.ti; go home money Value of the Fordson. Nor is there a r
the woods. They were at the oppo- the curb market since its establishment Pensacola people have interested ; and behave yourself and you will be Tractor made that can do more, work for you.
.'r and on the last tie I found the auger -I cure due recognition of the bravery is ncded by a great many peopleof Remember the very day your Fordson arrives,
and the place where they were attempting j j Limo rock of excellent road build- of Third Engineer Nelson, who at the ; today-disagreeable people. They it is ready for any one of the 101 jobs it can do- '
to bore a hole," Rafuse told s i irg quality equal to the famous Ocala risk of his life, went into the burning make life miserable for themselvesand either as a tractor or a stationary power plant. : I
the county officers. "I carried the auRcr lime rock, not far away, has been un- hold of the American steamship Col- for all those with whom they S i
home." I e-irlhed on the place of F. L. Rutland, thraps and rescued the unconscious come in contact. The Fordson has proved to the 170,000 owners u,
of Sumterville, and long leases have form of Captain Owen the latter having Someone tint defined an agreeable that it has not only cut the cost of field work i

What is thought to be the first car- I'i been purchased by construction companies fallen into the hatchway while investigating -' person-us "one who would readily win 30% to 50;# but that it has: made substantial '
id of phosphate ever shipped to South who have tested the material. the extent of the fire on favor in any company." There are .
which it is .
savings on to
Africa from Tampa, left Port Tampa I I Tho deposit is sufficient it is thought, his vessel a week ago. Shipping people such persons today but, comparatively every job put \

Thursday afternoon in the hold of the to supply material for all western will try and bring,: the incident to they are few in number. Mainly, Fordson 1 figures are interesting- money-savers, /

British steamship Tapi, where 3,000 Florida. the attention of the Carnegie com- when found, they are the wearers of labor-sav'ng: drudgery-saving/:: facts you ought ,
tone were deposited. : mission for official recognition. whitened locks and saintly faces, Indicating '
to l know. Cone in write
phone or today.
The work which started the
I was on that they are of another age
Fred B. Anderson, 17, son of State (! I'um: Beach canal on the 11th of last Mrs. Eva Wright, 28, is said to have and generation. They are the fathers
Senator\ S. W. Anderson, died in the August, will be completed in ten days, committed suicide Thursday night by and mothers to whom the art of be- J. W. ANDREWS JR. "
Gadsden county hospital, following an { according to Captain Smith. This drinking carbolic acid in her room at ing agreeable was and is somethingmost ,
oncration necessitated from an injur- :t work was started to widen and deepen the Colonial Hotel. She died almost highly esteemed and constantly 5
Ford and Fordson Dealer Starke Fla.
.' while practicing football with the !I' five feet wide and nine feet deep from secured. She is said to have been in second nature. They radiate happi- v
Greensboro high school team. I the locks at Canal Point to the lake, one of her despondent mood to which ness give pleasure to nil who come
,. where before it was only three and she was subject, there being no other in direct! personal contact with them; S J t l
Angus Murphy and Joseph Thomas, 'one half feet deep and sixty feet in cause for the rash act, so far as is their conversation has the charm of t

negroes, convicted of charged growing i width.I known. V. sincerity; their conduct is the very I 9i"S
out of the attack upon Mr. and substance of geniality, without van-
Mrs. A. E. Ketchen, of Miami, Flu., I It is becoming a common thing to Sheriff Francis Karel of Orange ity, without the semblance of an assured GENERALINSURANCEHAROLD
near Southern Pines, several weeks break the egg eating record in a restaurant county, feels as if enforcing the Vol- virtue. They prefer to praise

ago, were electrocuted at the state at Plant City. First Eugene stead act Is too much for him. The where praise is deserved; they are C. WALL 11I
prison at Raleigh, N. C., Friday morn- I!' Kup-g astonished a score or more of official announced today that he con- slow to condemn that which appears _
ing. Murphy was the first to be elec- "spectators, by eating two dozen scrambled ducted a successful raid near Orlando wrong in speech or in action of their '
trocuted, being placed in the chair at 'i' but James Lomison outdid all several days ago, seizing a quantity fellowmen. Their words and their STARKE FLORIDA i

10.SO o'clock and pronounced dead after -contestants fo rthe honors of champion of fine liquor. Shortly after the evidence acts "ring true;" their very presence FIRE. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE
three.shocks of brief duration had egg eater by putting away 35, was taken away by the sheriff Is a benediction, their own lives mon- ,
been sent through his body. Thomas flied. "straight up," Friday night. It and his deputies the fond owner got ,uments to their worthiness of char-
quickly followed Murphy to the death ''took Mr. Lomison 45 minutes to eat busy. He, acting through an attorney, acter and conduct. -

i hamber, only two shocks. being required I| them. He stalled on the thirty-sixth demanded that the sheriff prove that The art of being agreeable needs to H. HAROLD HUME Wm. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON.Jr.
to kill him. i jcne. Bugg ate his in 30 minutes. Mr. the liquor had been purchased since be acquired if not possessed naturallyby President VI I I.omison is about 75 years old. the enactment of the Volstead law, every Individual. It becomes the '
Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry
Tho number hotel operators who which could not be done. The matterwas man or woman, the boy or girl, in every t
are seeking winter hotels in Florida I Probably the largest bear ever kill'cd taken before County Judge Frank station of life. It Is noble in the Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices i

would Indicate a tremendous tourist < 'ravel this winter. These hotel men '! shot early this morning by a party of returned to its owner. blest. Being agreeable is more than
and if the I hunters. The bear weighed 632 pounds life your neighbor*-lie knowa
are in touch with conditions I rank or station; it is to human
'.', indication' for a big tourist season 'I and was seven and one-half feet long.It {Strawberry setting is getting well what perfume it to the flower-it Get New JulylUt; price li.l', JUST ISSUED.E. .

;: were not good they would not be so is quite a coincidence that this under way both in Kissimmee and St. makes each more precious, more ap- 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville, Fla,
keen to secure hotels. was the same bear which was run ever Cloud. Plants are coming in from precia ted.-TI mes-Union.
I. by an automobile near Sebring a the beds in Plant City at the rate of i _
lawrence Surgner, 19, was struck short while buck, losing two claws in 20,000 to 60,000 per day. The officers 'LIFT'Ziff MILLER
by lightning and instantly killed near I hia encounter with the auto had also of the Osceola Growers Association, -
been caught in a trap, but escaped after Inc. In Miller, Sept. 22.-Rev. E. B. Joyner 1886
'. his home in Gardenville, Wednesday / are keeping close touch with Sept. 22. Ezra Sweuringen,
I Parker
afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Surgner was killing a dog. those in charge of the beds. Machinery of Council, Ga., it.: visiting!: at the tilled the appointment of Rev.
fishing from a boat with a friend in is being perfected to eliminatethe home of his uncle, A. ])ryden.Mr. I at the Free" Will Baptist church Satur- ,
, the Mafia river near his home, whenit Tampa, during the 21 hours preceding smaller plants with Insufficientroots. and Mrs. S. .L Prescott and day and Sunday.
8 a. m. Thursday, received 1.31: children spent Sunday at Cooter Pond, Albert Miller returned to Oxford, DAVISINSURANCE S
rowed to
started raining. They inches of rain./ Of this practically alli''Il.withln guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ga., Monday to resume his studies, ,
nhour and more than an after upending hilt vacation with his
a Closing of a deal by which the Roux M. A. Starling.
inch was precipitated within 30 min- Crate Company, owner of the big mill Mr. and Mrs. Charley Padgett and parents.
ASPIRIN utes. Lake Garfield near Palatka, becomesthe children, of Graham, Mr. aid l Mr*. T. Mrs. Olson Thomas, who i lit teach- I
owner in fee simple of 24,000 D. Dyal and Mrs. J. B. Thomas were ing at Thomas, spent the week-end
Another negro has learned that a acres of round timber in the northeast guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. with homefolkn.
"little learning is a dangerous thing" Several from hero attended the ball a
Say "Bayer" and Insist! corner of Marion county, is an- Dryden Sunday.
and that, with a little skill with the at Midway afternoonN.
nounced. The land was bought from Miss Ethel Dyal and brothers were game Saturday, STARKE
pen led one to forge a check on Mr. the Flynn-Harria-Bullard Company of guests at the home of their uncle, H. Stokes made a business tripto
DeLoach at Canal Point. He was mak- Jacksonville. Earncy Howling, of Hampton last Luke Duller Friday.
ing his get-away by boat Saturday Sunday. Ra'rle Peeples left Sunday for theunivetllitr fi l

afternoon and was overtaken by Mr. I While running down clues to the Misses\ Rhoda and Alva Thomas Tut Gainesville, where he SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE
DeLoach who when he had called up- murder of Tom W. Hysler, Sr., of spent Sunday with Miss Leila Dry- will again take up hid work. i
on the negro to stop shot him twice Whitehouse, county officers discovereda : den. Mr.. and Mrs. W. O. Brooks, of Prov-
with a gun loaded with bird shot. He [ 600 gallon capacity still In the Sweet : Miss Ollie/ Kelley spent the weekend idence, attended church here' Sunday (In effect April 30, 1922)). r j

was found some hours later in the Water section, near Whitehouse, it at Starke, tho guest of the Misses! afternoon. Southbound 4 t
sawgrass and brought into Pahokeeby was stated at the sheriff's office. The Greene. MisH Annie Howard of Dukes, was! No. 1 reaches Starke at 11:40 p. m. 4
Dr. Spooner, who picked the shot still was at the foot of a small hill ,i-- the /guest of Miss\ Carrio Belle Brown No. 3, 10.5'J: a. m. c

out and dressed his wounds, which and In plain view of travelers in that iI I To Stop a Cough Quick I ; Sunday. No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58: p. m.
Mlle.u you see the name "Payer" OnTeekage were found to be only of a slight na- section the officers stated. It was !take HAVES' HEALING HONEY a D. L. Clyatt: was a business visitorto No. 15, Limited 2:15: p. m. .
the or genuine on tablet Bayer. you product are not pre-getting turo. seen a half mile away and had Just I cough medicine wblcb stops ho cough by Bland one day last week. Northbound t".
*cril>.l by physician over twenty-two closed operations when the officer |I,,broling the Inflamed and irritated tissues. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott, of Lake n
years and proved afo by million for Receipts of strawberry plants at found It. A box of GROVE'S oF'ENTRATEI Butler, spent the week-end with the No. 2 arrives Starke 5:19: a. m. t
Plant City will run thirty per cent I SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Roland .No. 4 at 4:03: p. m.
Cold. I1eaJacho.; .,. bottle of
Toothacbe Lumbago over last season, according to Express :Cl'oup.enclO8fd ffA YES'\ HCAUNC HONEY.(11 :uvoiy The salve Thomas.A No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47 a. m. t''
Earache Rlmumatism Agent Cone. The Williams Seed Company No Worms In a Healthy Child I, ehouhi be rubbed on the chest and throat crowd of young folks enjoyed a No. 16, Limited, 5:65: ; p. m.
Neuralgia Pain, rain i ordered about 350,000 plants All children troubled' with Worm have an uo- of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. pennat boiling at the home of Mr. ,
Aecppt only "Bayer" package which last year, while this year they ordered hiMlthrcub. .>.. which IndJcaMi font bluod and*a I Th. heallna.eart or Ilayn' Ilnlllnd Honor lonfm I and Mrs. J. R. McLrod'a Friday evening Wannea Branch ;5
I .... elf..r
rule. tI. la I eumhtafd with tha haalioil
boxes more or eM tomacb disturbance." th.. throat
contain* proper directions. Handy according Manager .. ofrJ I No. 101 leaves StArke 7:43 a. en.
: 800.000 plant, |UtOVE TA.Snuss: : CHILL; TONIC IliVeD .c o- drove G-P -Tr ta Salve through HOTM .
of twelve tablets coat tv cents. Drug I As- laxly fti.twoorthr ...h >*._In oon MOD.email."' No. 104 arrives Starke 3:16:
The Plant wt m.
and 10O.A U. A. Patter on. City e w if enrich the blood. .. r p. kr1
gi.tla aim cell bottles of 24 Impr.wah.dla.stloa..ad_.. Both ntiuMJIra are perk .110 and lhacoat k'
1 pirm i* the trade mark of Bayer sociation ordered 435,580 plants this to thawnolaayBtatn.a tmealStrength.eningTonic Natura will thanthmw of tba combined troatmaat Subscribe for the Telegraph and get T. J. GHIJ-FIN
Manufacture of JlonoaceticaciJ of off ordinal tb. auk your druggist\ far llA YES'llEALING "- i ia.
vorm.aadih Cbll<|will l be I .
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highway near the trestle and who assisted VICTORY ItONDS!

> Bradford Chilly Telegraph DYNAMITERS & in placing the dynamite on the -...,

.- -.-... .. creek span. The government is exercising its
option of calling in several series o1
When ,surprised by officers, they At Th Head
and entered as '
Published STRIKE the Victory, or fifth issue its war
opened fire and escaped.) Norton was
second class matter, at the post bonds. These bonds are to be surrendered
taken in custody several hours afterwards -
office at Starke Florida. on December: 15th, and! those
but Williams managed to PS-
., y JAILED who hold them after that date will bo
t K S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner I cape through: the Norton house. entitled to no further interest pay- of f theTraetor '
Severely grilled yesterday by II. P. ments. The Bank of Starke has full
i Wright chief of the department of ..
information about the series that
1923TOBEBANNER i Ii AT LAWTEY-SHERIFF EP- justice here, as well ai by attaches of have been called in and will be gladto
PERSON DEFIED the sheriff's} office, J. P. Partee ar- assist holders in converting their

rested Thursday night and alleged: to bonds into cash. We will transportthe Class
be the chief Instigator of the plot to
YEAR FORSTRAWBERRIES Jacksonville, Sept. 15.-While officials bonds under our insurance and attend -
} Wreck bridges, still emphatically de-
of the county today continued to all correspondence
I nies any knowledge of tho dynamit-
1 \ their investigation into the series of charge
\ dynamite explosions and attemptedtrain ings. BANK OF STARKE,

wrecking In this vicinity in tho 9-22-2t Starke, Fla.

past few weeks with a view of determining Jacksonville, Sept. 17.-Charged' ,

p'' e+? BRADFORD COUNTY FARMERS whether the four men now un- with aiding "Pet" Williams!' railroad AUCTION SALEI

p' ,, PREPARE FOR LARGE CROP. der arrest for tho alleged attempt to striker, wanted in connection withthe

ROOD PRICES EXPECTED J blow up the Atlantic Coast Line trestle I Belies; of dynamiting outrages in DuI will sell at public auction at the

I nt Six Mile Creek near here Wednesday I vul county, to escape, two men, one n 3. G. Mott farm, 12 miles from .

Experiencing<< the best September were involved, they received a striker nnd the other a strike sympathizer Starke, opposite the J. II. Williams I II

"" '; c weather for planting( strawberries Inti I report of an nttemptyto wreck a tres- were taken into custody yes farm on Wednesday, Sept. 27th, beginning

, fceveml years, farmers of Brndford I tie between Otis and Baldwin: < on theCoust terday by the county nuthoritles. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
'\ county lire making tl,e most of it and Line last night hnd been tried. Warrants lot the apprehension of all the stock and equipment of said I iNI1PNATIONALNTEANAiIONAI

!.ti j" I", are netting in our fertile soil tho largest Reliable information\ has been received two other men, alleged sympathizers, farm. Stock consists of horses' hogs, / Q-16 +I+t" r I I IUIIIIUII i DIg

r number of strawberry plants pos the officials said, that "Pet" were sworn out before Justice of the cows, all kinds of farming implements rtAn1r 'Tir"TTt 'SEROSENEatsOsENE TRACTOR
sible. It {is u foregone conclusion that Williams, sought in connection with' Peace J. S. Geiger bv Deputy Sheriff wagons, harness and other things too TRACTOR !!

I'},": if a crop is made, It will either' equal I' the Wednesday night attempt would Shackleford later in the day and up I numerous to mention. Also crops now --

' 1. or exceed those harvested in the prosperous 'surrender' tomorrow. Preliminary to an early hour today no report of in cultivation will be put under the i III iIPr

pre-war days. Starke and. hearing for the men under arrest!' set the warrants being served was made. I hammer. Sale to be held rain or C "
'mill' i1 Bradford county have placed I for tomorrow, has been postponed.The Williams did not surrender yesterday shine. Everything to be sold for the r

) ;, hope and confidence in ('falth'j I four men now under nrrest D'I!' reported to the sheriff's office I high dollar. Come earlyg: tin-
J See what the strawberry nre he would dof and it was said last!' night bargains. 1 t
1.. L. P. Pnrtpo, Otis Norton, Charles s--
' ': 1!>23 will bring forth. j I his arrest was imminent since! the arrest -i(I G. M. INMAN
,: Goolsby and E. Penrson. Norton and '
% \ The Old Days I of the two men, alleged! : l to have' It Auctioneer
Goolsby, the authorities allege, have
Iff. ,:, Farmers, citizens, remember the!Ii confessed. Two of tho quartette, helped hiniin eluding the county offi

i;' old dnys, of only n few years ir.ro( whose identity has not been revealed, cers.C.. RAIFORI ,
I an'd
,: when twelve and fifteen carload of admit participating in the attempted C. Harrington M. M. Jordan, I'
f l strawberries shipped each day? residents of the Lnckaw nna district, I
were I rail wreck at Baldwin, several days Raiford, Sept. 22.-W. II Andrews
; j. A' man could.) hardly cross the street j I ago./ Pearson disclaims any knowledge are the men under arrest. They are was a business visitor to Jacksonville I

,w at the depot for the wagons loaded IJ | of the Six Mile creek attempt or
i! with berries' blocked<: tho road. Money ]f I any of the other disorders.. Partee criminal the fact aiding and abetting a and Mrs. Joe Williams and, two, : 1
to the
rJ'' rolled\ in to the farmers and many says he was not involved in any of escape. They deny children were visiting Mr. and Mrs.

,l, : a small man pntch.made n Those good were living the from good a I the plots. and will 'talk", at the propertime. chargcfl.Williams\ Hiding in Law toy W. I. Robberta.last weekend.Mr. I I International 8- 16

i old days. I Williams WItS reported to bo again Reynolds was a visitor to iacksonvillo I
War nnd Strawberries Last nitrhfs report of a frustrated aiding; in the city last night and his Friday.
I outrage was given by Ira C. Crosby, ... RELIABLE ECONOMICAL ENDURABLE
Bradford county was enjoying good / apprehension is predicted to be made Mrs. W. I. Roberts and little son, :

times when along came the world war. I a former of Otis. lie told authorities before tomorrow. Bob, were visiting friends in Jackson BURNS KEROSENE
that ho was enroule\. from Baldwin to' Harrington and Jordan arrested
War has been attributed the cause off i iI were ville several days last week.
I- T' many things but truly, it can bo class ,Otis. when he saw the men on the on information secured by Deputy Messrs. Son and Schellie Rosier! I
bridge. They ran into the swamp and Shackleford on his trip to.Lnwtey on I DeWitt C. Jones
business visitors in Mon
ed as one of Bradford county's ene were town
4 art miss War caused n shortage of labor he found an auger already used in Friday night. 'Bradford boring a hole in a cross tie. Will Epperson told Shackleford J day.Dr.
farmers went to war, help wus I I ? A. J. Johnson was a business !
I scarce<: consequently strawberries suffered j Federal officials<: have thus!'! far confined where Williams had been in hiding/ I visitor in town first of the week from t
P_ tho ncrenueTielnqr cut off nt 1 thlir connection with the arreststo when he escaped the morning following I Jacksonville. I ,

least two-thirds. \ a .severe grilling of the men. the attempt to destroy the Six Misses Bessie Kennedy and Kate -- -
tg. Now For ,; Comeback I o Mile creek bridge Epperson/ spent last week-end at their --

Having tasted the fruits of both I Jacksonville! Sept. 10.-"Pet" Williams "I learned" Deputy Shackleford' homo in Lake Butler. I i SEABOARD '

i '- success nnd adversity, farmers now I an alleged railroad striker, said yesterday to the Florida Times- Miss Loca Anderson, who is teaching i PRESSING CLUB

J are preparing to sta e'a comeback I wanted connection with the attempt' Union, "that Harrington and Jordan at Lake Butler spent last week- '

one which will be heard the country I i'I to dynamite the Six Mile Creek bridge I spirited Williams away from Jacksonville ', end with her parents here. I i e at the station

i' over. The echo should resound, telling I Ion the Atlnntic Coast' Linn railway Wednesday morning when he>f Earl Whitten was a visitor over tu

folks far and. near, that when it; last Tuesday night, resulting in the managed to escape deputy sheriffs Sturke during last week. I] I

comes.. to strawberries, Stnrke andy I i!I arrest. of four men, will surrender to stationed at the Norton"home when Bliss Loca Cason spent last weekend i I I r Expert: sfrvice"on all kindsof

Bradford county are\ it. I the county authorities' this mnrning.This Otis Norton was caught. here visiting her parents!'!, Mr. and
5 Acreage/ Highest I I win' learned last!' night by Chief Sheriff Epperson told Deputy Shack- Mrs. D. C. Cason. I I
leford, it reported that Harrimr- I tailoring cleaning pressing
Deputy Sheriff
is The acreage<: ; now being planted exceeds I j Frnnk Edwards< fromn ,
by fifty per cent that of lost ; source co. td.*rod all "very reliable." ton and Jordan were in Lawtey last Attorneys A. Z. Adkins and E. M.

year. Around Stnrke alone 1000 acres<: | Williams' escaped early Wednesday!' Thursday night and it is believed Johns were In Palatka Tuesday on dyeing and alterations.PRICES .

9 heave I been) planted and more are being morning when Otis' Norton, a stmker, Williams was brought to Jacksonvillethen professional business. I, I ,

I put In daily: I.nwtey comes next I,| waR caurhf" accompanied bv Williams, from Lawtey and placed at a *I REASONABLE. GOODS CALL-
and riding bicycle to the Norton farm house about ten miles from this County officers declared yesterday ,
with approximately! 000 acres n home on
Day city. ,tne arrest of Conner was tho most important '|;'I ED FOR AND DELIVERED AT NO EXTRA
other sections of the countyrl"port avenue.Derides I
1 r, similar acrenires.. Termers have crops to Oi;11'e Up "Have ybu seen anything of Williams development in the federal CHARGE. PROMPT & RELIABLE SERVICE. A

I3 tns their vision. With good IItrawhl'1'rywenthrr I Knowing thnt he Is being searchedfor ?" one of the two men was quoted j and county probe in the series of at-* I I TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU

for a start it I Is) the prediction night and, day by county and federal ,I- by Deputy Shackleford' asking | tcn.pts to wreck railroad bt'dgcs! in ,
, i the Bradford sheriff when in i iLawtey. county since thor nation-wide II'II'llnv..l JIM ELLISON
seen I PROP.
't of all that harvest! season! of 1921! Will officers!' and thnt he Is eluding, arrest

be bnnner one, bringing both fume I,, only a few minutes, he has decided / | strike of railroad woikers.N .. .. .- -
"I don't have and | progress In the search for "Pet" I ---
and fortune to Starke and Bradford I,! to !give up. guess you yoU I --
won't if we know anything about it"I lUJams, wanted jn connection with ;I
whole.FIVE. Deputies trailed him to farmhouseI
county as! n I a
miles out of the one of the men replied when the sheriff ,the attempt to dynamite the Six Mircreek > : AMERICAN MOVIE PRODUCERSFIND I Their n< rves twitch and the I last
city early I I .
I ,, trestle of the Atlantic HIT VAN WINKLE TOWN longer i ,aim. ,
MILE( night He hud left the house just an } said he was "searching f6r 1 CoastLine I
llama."We're. on tho night of September The article/ describing tho i
hour before the
officers and
'. (I arrived, here for the of not frustrated by gun fire which t2'1\ Bernadote: lIt, Itoured'From I Centuries wonders/ the superannuated
Five Mile, Sept 22. James Thompson : was headed toward a swamp whore ho I
John Miller, George Thomas", and said he expected to" upend the night letting you get him. We brought!I in! the arrest of four striker, was of Sleep by Film !Men has brought tourists from far

:M..".N hon, of Worthinerton, M. M. ,,' )before, returning to the city today. I him hero and we are going to take I ported last night'} I Bernndote Van Winkle, wide, '\'
Rip tnwn.is 'I'I
hint with us," Harrington; was quoted i Another la Jailed I a About the town go unusual I Imen !I. <
Hale, Moss Hewitt, Jessie Dukes and I I 1 Williams _Ate supper at the fl""n-I I awakening from of
Dukes of Little Springs' as Haying. The arrest of W. M. Bradley, a faVmer a century sleep. with! cameras! and sfa:" rancea.
.. Elder J. U. '''er's house after! spending the day during I I, Like those souls "on yonderhill" I
Hfflrd the Sheriff living ten miles went of Jacksonville They are tho movin': II''
It. C. Peoples< of Miller, Joo RdenfleM\ n henvv rain storm, In n field! nen- I i
i abofe river who
J of Midway! D. J. O. Green, of Pine the house. A little before dark he Sheriff Epperson said it was not in yesterdav aftornoon on a Spoon were : people who are goihji to put J 1':
quickened into life by the '
.Hdl, were among: the visitors beta I.approached the house and meeting tho his power to arrest the two men in I charge of harboring Williams, for imaginationof dote in the films. Bernadote i it,
last week.Mrs. i i farmer, asked for food.- Bradford county, but that he had. a whom a state-wi 1e search is being : Edgar"' Lea Masters in his "Anthology walking Some of the oldest i i-,

C. L. Yarnea and MM. D. f.1 j jI j jBlurna While eating, the officers said, Williams warrant for Williams' arret.I I conducted, was also mentioned in the the unperturbed inhabitants of facts think' t's a nightmare.
of this strange little village on the same Mo t of the folks of tho fow'
After Sheriff) EpnWson to report Deputy Shackleford
wore shopping in Lake ButUsrSaturday. told the farmer he wnll i tired of Defying I yeaterxy. \
I I Spoon river, have been touched with f'll"1ners.; A few of the oldest .
being chased and! /had decided he wouldgo catch Williams, one of the two m-n < ,
'left the and in I Williams night in life by the pen of a newspaper wri- | sidled to be retired. The ofi,Min ,
LIr, Mrs. Addle, Blunie and Miss Jose- I to the sheriff's office to'daIn,1, automobile disappeared! spent a a cornfield .
fhtne Blume were!' guests of Mrs. Lillian surrender to the charges of assault!'! to the WOO ,
Dekle Sunday.Mr. murder and the unlawful use of dvim- the driver of the car left and later in next night ho ate supper with! th" Without telephones anton
i\nd\ Mrs. P, .P. Dekle had as I mite, the !same charges! of the four the night the -machine was heard be- I Bradley tho deputy said, and for that railroads or any modern onvonii nc ,I ," 1C'hers, tilled.
guests Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Archie men are being held on In the county i hilt driven raptdly out of town Deputy reason he was arresteH for allegedaccessary this town has gone on In Its undisturbed There are two small wooden '

Waters, of Midway, Mrs. U. L. Duke I jail.J Shackleford maid he learned ; after the fact.in wntlemptto wafor a hundred years, j inns Ira! the village! that servo' :'ai

4 and daughter, Miss M.ie.M. I Deputies following Williams'! trail I "Williams would have surrenderedto I dynamite: the bridge. 'sleeping quietly in a busy world until .i I where the simple wants of the
( Duke t.uI"," Puputy Shackleford said "if With the arrest of Connor, Deputy a few days ago when It was "discovered" are supplied The house tiro I'
(: P. IVfclo, B. L. and son, I all day yesterday, traced him trf the I
Dewey who me working at Union farm house."Williams. I holl had not been persuaded by Harrington S Shackleford said all the participants by a motion picture directorand 'i and old-fashioned' of tho 01,1 I (4!

City, spent. Sunday hero with honic- left Just about an hour and Jordan to hido." I of the Baldwin outrage a re.mow underI the next morning awoke to fame and English type. Picket-fern"arate ,<

folks ngo," the farmer told! the deputies, --....- I I arrest They are: J. 1': Partee, alleged :: with a column df type in a Bloomington j I th; yards. Old fashioned! .s, ",

1$1$ DrtKv- Dukes, "Sfarws and Leslie "and! promised that he'd go to tboaherifr's Jacksonville, Sept. .-W. O. Conner instigator of the Six Mile creek affair newspaper.C. I.gardens.. broom in the dooryard'
; ?b,. .Ward, of WorthHurton\ weN'hel'l. on 6fflee in the vwqmlntf Xo sur a So:"boftrJ Air Ljne striker1, owe ,: ; E. Pearson, Conner .rfnt) Otis L. Varnard. looking bout for a ;
{ f business Monday. render." of the four men suspected: of dynamlt-! Norton. location to film,* country town seine, Wash IJobnriion, a well know: ,

',' ) ... J'. P. Dwklo was in Take :ButJer Searched Swamp I t rc**ha AtftMYtie"Xlnnst Line trestleyear f. When Williams is taken in custody ran acitosa'the' tillage. It has no railroads : onxf citizen, says the::?:'elel'ropi1! ;

onv i business i Wednesday. 'Ijhe deputies searched thf'ouirfi the Baldwin on the night at Ssptem1 -: H will! complete the arrests in ryntnec- and half, the' Inhabitant claim looked him, .lnm mentioning a In' I ,
+I i .l"e1'\lY Connor and Miss Irene! Todd l lArdril swamp where Williams was Midi to he 1 .r ">th, just before! a train filled with :r tlon with the attempt on the Six Mile never to have seen! a train It bas no long-time: subsci tlbet'll. Ho hag h, I:;

t '. .. Drawdy Anti Miss. Alma Dyal hiding, but wore unable to find a trace le"\linR'! \ passenger\ sped over the I II I creek bridge, making a total of five picture shown! and of course had new'Sr \ citizen of this section for 54 % > \,

wet, married Thursday. We wish of him. They returned to the city at I I;"r'd: t', was arrested yesterday' and :I I arrests, Charles/ Goolsby, Norton seen a motion picture camera. 'I\ and ways h. hag been-taking: the T I :.:

( (these> couples the best of Inok. jj1o'clock to work on other clues... developing Indeed: in the county jntl! without i i Partee and Pearson. Goofsby's a1- There are no telephones and no elwtricity Graph since the early days of its I. ;

( '. S. K.;Stokes and Denall Thomas.,..of tnrn Charles Goolsbv and < l ''mj. li>"d confession, with a similar one in the town. The old village i i Idition, when Col.! W. W. Moore }
? Miller, wets hero Sunday. Norton confessed fio'the charges. 1 ,- .. .. by ,Norton, implicated the other men grist mill is still grinding away everyday its owner and editor. In his jj' ""

Nettle; daughter of Mr. and Mrs.G. Deputy Shu'riflf Shackleford, appointed -j I A TOJSICGrove's held in connection with the attempts!' with water from the same spillway lays Wash wo a turpentine and -."r \

W. Johnson' full lust week and I by Sheriff Men-Jtt{ to take Tartcless, thill Tonic onres ,,lit In said. that supplied the mill a century mill worker arid was at different turn.

:broke her arm. Mr. Johnson imm dfetely charge of the violence end of the j tjierijy: and Vitality by rurtfy.np and !ago. 'employed by Messrs. John Derby. '
t carried her to Lake Butler to I.striku situation, was reported, to be fririchlnrf the Wood. When you feet I IjI I I f.ts QI1," il Dmx. :t,'I. .,',.fI...,,: ,. ,. .. 1 But now strange things are happening i T, Borne, ,Simon Temple. .and'Jeas" ''
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' : .. cure medical attention. out or the city last night working on I "11'<"t. ,"'tetdng,Invigorating( effect.see bow :, S !; IJRIIM"" %.'t.ay\ > a"I. in Bernadote. Big automobiles Jones, who were the pioneer tarp&
/ 7 Tftrn. P. P. Dcklo was n bustnesfl.visitor recent developments in the c \e.Goolxby ic brl }ifi cuior to tbe cheeps and how I I "J'""Jt.'- 9)),t' ." t., whiz through the village. There tine and saw mill operators of.th; I
r t .' to Dukes Saturday. and Norton implicated W'tl- it i; Improves the appetite, yuv. ,'Ui tiienuiiprixialo I I Is the usual smell of oil and gasoline section-of Florida.

: r 'i' .. llama in their confession! it was said I : its true tonic valun. The swirling dust from many pneu- --

:", hire( J. P. 'Shetlln, wife of tho vniliami I is ore (of tV..> three m/n. who I ; I'O'OC''I!' Tasteless chill Tonic is simply I II matic tires distresses the bewildered Pile CuredIn A to M Urea:
,. of the Red Cross Juts r/irkcd luiu :and Quinine' stispendrd in ayrup. "o'es H 666 inhabitants. Old ladles in calico dreses .,. ,
l. ? Grant! Mogul left an autnmoMlo On ihe mum I I 'JmI:'" \\0"7 :It P.t? I (1 Vi I
;i f / purchased! the Young pecnn grove at I, ,anl even children like It. The, blood! I, < no longer go their quiet way to .' -4-,. : ". ..>'or.' .. .c. '. ,
r Lawtey. The dent was engineered by 661 quickly reliever, )j CoIJ Con-; noeda QUININE to Purify it and IRON to ', Cures Malaria Chill and Fever the village store and lone whiskered -
i [':J'lrM1IL!' Malarial sad .
Destroys' germ
I. G. If Inman, of the Strout Farm l.iton.! H'liou-iness and Headache \ I by its Strenlitb llng. Invl -,ir'ouni Dengue or Biiioun reE'I'; It kills "M men no longer calmly. whittle tb.
, Grip goons under the trees. Subscribe : 'h.
Fine Tonic. the hours away village for the 'felagrar'
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--.1 I. Mrs. Alma :McMillan and Miss Cas- I W. P. Caraway has sold his farmto I SAMIVSON CITY

sie White spent Tuesday! In Jacksonville ; Mrs. Lang, of St. Paul, Minn. i
Sampson City, Sept. 22.-Fred Dear.

Bits of Local *iijsInformation Ii 'I II. I W. E. Yarborough returned home C ver motored to Starke Saturday. d '

I..... O. J. Griffin was in Jacksonville this last week from Riverside hospital, COLUMN Alfru Montgomery, who has been
w>ek visiting his brother, W. J. Grif and his friends are glad to know that/ here visiting relatives, returned! to hN
( I fin. he is steadily improving. home in Orange Park Sunday. Ha

!! j ______--- __. was accompanied home by his aunt,

....rw// Om* r..Mw Ii I S. W. Goolsby, of LaCrosse, was uI Miss Ailren Alvarez spent tho weekend i FOR SALE-My residence on North Mrs Corn Edmon T"'t1. 4. t. ... c.iCI" ...., T_ business visitor to Starke on Tues in Waldo with Miss AdelU Doan, Walnut street Apply to Mrs. W. anti Mrs. T. C. Thomas and

j I I day. (and WitS accompanied home by Miss C. Powell, Starke. 9-l3-2t children, Mabel, Doris and Ovieda

_r. ., __ __f. ._ I I Doan, who is spending the week with I WANTED Missionary Vann, of Tnlntka, are visiting her
I Miss Alvarez.W. mother, Mrs. Joaio Hall. .
Good sheeting, 10e yard, at Hodges' I Men's nice quality dress shirts, at Mr. and Mrs.Vill Blakely, of WolI plants; second runners preferred. Messrs. Iloftan Smith, Vann Williams -

-. Hodges, 75c.t I Ido, spent Sunday with her parents, I G. C. Cady, Starke. 9-15-tf ,
and Ray Gooclpro motored! to thc
t Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baisden.E. L Wagner, one of Starke's new q
Bell of Waldo
M. spent Sunday county seat I.'rlcla)'. ;
is erecting handsome and FOR SALE-Our Walnut street residence
comers -
n with his family. I I Ishnm Cone, of Gainesville, is in !Mr. and Mrs. W E. Edmondaon are
Sturke this! week. N. Walter has had his cottage in commodious home on what ia" knownas at a bargain, if sold nt once th.
the Tomlinson place southeast of Write Jay S. Brown, Plant City, rl'cl'lvinj.congratulations over
good southeastern of town
overalls corner repaired -
birth of ,
blue at Hodges daughter
town. This bought by Fla. 8-18-8t-l0-
<))8c pair. i F. L. Turner spent Monday in Jacksonville I and nicely painted.The property was Mr. MeNorris, of Gainesville, spent!
Mr. Wagner and ho is making it one I
attending to business. Sunday here with friends.E. .
of the most attractive farms in tho FOR SALE-About 40 berry refrigerators I
R. A. Weeks cottage, comer If. Smith ofJacksonville
was a
Hilda Struth and Lucila Mitch-
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>- community. lIe has already j lanted sixty-four Dirt
quart. I
F. A. Crowder motored to Jackson- streets Is undergoing
Walnut and Tenth visitor here Sunday. k
.1 pent Tuesday in Jacksonville I a considerable(! area in strawberries, I cheap for cash. Brown & Son, Plant
ville on a business trip Tuesday.Men's extensive repairs Prod Denver was a visitor to tlv> r Af
and is also engaging in poultry raia- City, Fla. i 8-18-81-10-0
II. Partridge spent the week-end I county sont Saturday ,J:
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Lake City with his family .' good quality blue ch&nbray Mrs. Lalla Chace's bungalow on inv. 1 FOR SALE-ICO acre farm, nlso I Messrs.! Hiram Jones, J. N. Thomas,
work ___
I /COc at Hodges West Madison street, is being extensively I house and lot In Starke, the property Fred Denver and T. C. Thomas, of PA- _

;Mrs. W. II. Bcthea, of Perry, is I I,I Freeman repaired.The Claims Record for Hen. I of the estate of R. R. Wynn. Apply latka, motored to Eurleton Beach last
Register was a business
siting! her mother, Mrs T. J. Do-I' A man living In Union Rock near to L. A. or L. J. Wynn, Starke, Thursday. 1
de. visitor' to Jacksonville Monday, J. W. ,Alvarez cottage' corner BeIvl ere, N J., has a Plymouth Rock I Fla. 9.34t'FOR' J. C. Hall, of Jacksonville, spentMonday r
'I ben which 18 ready to wept all coiners
Walnut and Jefferson streets, has received I hero with his mother, Mrs
Nice quality dress !ginghams! at as claimants for the title of champion
SALE Six in Josio Hall.
Thea Fields, of Jacksonville
Miss some repairs lately. i
of the United States and
/isiting her sister, Mrs. W. L. Col- Hodges, I21/4c. I egg producer 1 No. 1 condition, with second, sot of -. .
._ __ Canada. According to the owner this
'I"" i I Mrs. L. E. Jordan and little son, bird lays two eggs! a day on most days, I tires; tires are practically new. A. THEKESSATheressn
Mr. and Mrs C. E. of
: Harper, Edward, of o--'alo t, are guests at the and la so ashamed of her performance I A. Wainwright, Route M, Starke.
Hampton, "spent Monday here I
fro. and Mrs. II. M. Snyder will 'I ____________ home of Mr. ? if>"the( Livingston cottage on IlIad-I she withholds the usual boastful piano. lips and son, Charlie, aro visiting rolatives .' .'
Mrs E. R. NefT spent several days FOR SALE-A
I i cackle lie says "she hUll maintainedthe practically new
cm street. !Mrs. Nat Williams has erected n" in Miami. '
I Iin Jacksonville this week on a shop two-a-day speed since lunt spring i i Will sell cheap A. A. Wainwright, \
ping tour. store building! also a warehouse! on I with very few holidays. The eggs, according -I 'Route 1, Starke. {9-1-tf ''C. A. YoungLlood and Arthur :Moor ,/i ior
Pull" line Ladies', Misses'! and Chil- I'I'I East Tenth' street, where she keepson to the owner are well formed spent Saturday in Hampton on bus .

dren's Winter Coats and Sweaters for( j I Miss Minnie Dt'ssen.t left Saturdayfor sale fresh groceries.Mr. and of normal "nlxe., FOR SALE-1921'Ford' touting car in i r Incas ,

'IW fall and winter at Hodges. Fort Lauderdale, where she will j' A-l shape, new tires' nil nround.I Miss! Daisy Moors spent Saturday: \ d

spend'! the winter and Mrs. A. W. Anderson and A Doe for a Dime. j I I Price $300. Terms if desired. Apply I and Sunday here with her parents, returning
W A. Scott will leave today foreland little son, A. W. Jr., returned home An Indlnnnpolls physician on bis P. O. Box 154. It to Graham Sunday, where '

) where he will teaching dur- I See Ipthu at the carnival and you Sunday from Swathmore, Penn., way downtown one evening recentlywas sho is teaching -school. If
the coming term. where they hale been visiting' rela approached liy a man who asked
JIll will bo charmed with this! wonderful CLOSING OUT-My jewelry store "
for a lift. A. L. Bennett left Sunday for Mi
animal's beauty.S. : tives. I 1 will be closed for business at the
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Deasley went to "Say. Loc, can you let me have a ami, whore he has accepted a position
asked : end of this week. All unclaimed! '1
dime? tliu man.
to visit her parents, I Mrs. Collins and Jean J. J.. King, of West Palm Beach,
Tampa Friday E. Ritch is now employed as a George baby, "Why, certainly," said tho physician i watches and jewelry must be caned
lnst week.
Mr and Mrs. Durden. salesman at N. B. Hull's returned to Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. spent tt few days here'
department "but where have I known you! I for not later than September 23rd.A. .
will remain In Starke being Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Adkins, of
store "You don't know mo said the man. I II. Brownlee. Its '
Carl: Johns and Newn Wainwright, a member of the county engineering "Then how did you know I was a Raiford: visited Mr. and !Mrs R. M. r;,
students at the University of doctor?" J Kersey Friday and Saturday.: ,. '
'wo I Don't fail to see Burger: Brothers, force. WAN'l'EIJ-We buy L. L. Y. I'. random
Klorida, spent the week-end with home the world's famous twins.! At the carnival I "Oh, 1 cull everybody Doc."-Indianapolis I, Arthur Moorer and! William Hull l {
elks I II Sept. 22nd. Mrs. J. O. Traxler, who has spent J I News II I and green board Write us were visiting near Graham last week. -I J'I,

--. I the past two weeks with Dr. and !Mrs I how ranch of this, you cut, and, if John Allen was a business! visitor a

Rev. L. W. Kickliter is going into j I I Mrs. P. B. Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Middletonxwill return to her RuMia's Snarled Finance.. | you can cut schedule us well. Wo to Starko one day the past week. i '

the poultry business heavily and Is i P. J. Pierce, of Hampton, were hero home in St. Augustine/ ( today, being The for budget 1022, of[presented the soviet to the government congress want regular shippers Schi-ll-Susso Mrs. Supp, of Raiford, is vlRitlnjt'i: 3. '
and fowl hous- her Gale. her daughter, Mrs. G. M. Bennett. .
busy building runways accompanied by son, \
shopping Monday.
i of "soviets, by M. ICreNtlnsky, the Manufacturing Co., P. O. Box 1092, .
Tracy Baker, of Brooklyn, was n ('
commissar of Ilnnnco, and flnnlly
s.1 Jacksonville Fla. 8-22-3t.
| ;Miss[ Kate Livingston( has returned In Mayor Davis! court Monday, adopted by It, carries appropriation' : business visitor here Monday afternoon ':.

Arthur Williams has remodeled the i: from Tampa where she visited her L. Alvarez was soaked to the extentof aggregating l.S7i.,ooo gold rubles .

grounds around his rooming house brother, G. C. Livingston. $200 and! costs for having\ moonshine The cull run ted tnccmiu from rutlwnjs PERFECT HEALTH A non was born to Mr. and Mrs. .

and their appearance I is! greatly !Improved in bin possession! lIe had been licenses, leases, cusionm, M :i7 ,(OOO.OOO< ) Tutt. Pill lc..p the *y-t.m In p.rf.ct 'VIM<'I\lmker.\ .i I
gold rubles, leaving nn expected l Uvllcll ord.r Rugulol lh. bowwl I. and product
., The greatest spieler since the daysof arrested! by Marshal Kite in a raid Dr. Parks was< a professional caller ,
of 1,302NM,0K( ) gold: rubles (A gold A VIGOROUS BODYA '
P. T. Barnum will be at the carnival some time ago. hero Sunday.
ruble Is to about SI cents. .
equivalent ) .
I Mvvntiffa mdy for sick hd chTutt's ,
,i I. L. Jennings came down from Friday afternoon, 4 p. m. I .Iipotion, A
XV ., Oihiftton, P. C., Monday to join I I Friends of Mrs. L. V. Moore will be Subscribe for the Telegraph nnd get t ;a

Mr-, Jennings! who is visiting rela- I Mr. and Mrs. John I.. Debben, of plensod to learn that she is improvingfast / Subscribe for the Telegraph. Pills all tho news. i,

.'e$ here. ,Louisville, Ky., are visiting their from an attack of blood poisonirv --- --. -- ----- e,
daughter! Mrs. Max Klosterman. and erysipelas The Moore family ..,
Mrs. M. E. EdwlrdsIrs.: G. W. \ wish to sincerely thank Dr. J. C. Wills I >.

frown. Mrs. W. F. Godwin and daugh'r ''Miss Margaret Ennis, who has been for his careful -and skilled attentionto 'i St i

', Miss Margaret, and Mrs. J. T. visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Morgan, the patient. I'

Moore, of Lawtey, were in town shop- returned'to her home in Tampa Saturday NEW PRICES. .

''ii;' this week.Mesdames The current number of the Florida ':

-- Magazine( issued. at Bisbee building, ': .
J. IU: Davis, C. F. Hoover !Mrs. C. M. Bell and !Miss Julia King Jacksonville is an unusually" handsome ; j

d.I C. Hoover F L. Turner motored to spent Saturday at Cedar Keys. Wt and interesting' number. Amour; I I )

Hampton and Graham last! Wednes- Marjorie Hell spent Saturday in Wal : other articles Is fine descriptive of ON.

'!ay to advertise the carnival given by do. Bradford, .county; furnished by the i :

the Woman's Club on the 22nd I inst.! Starke Chamber of Commerce. i
j I I Friends here of the Popped familyare Perfection Tires >
Paul E. Canova, Jr., came up from pleased to know that J. W. Pop- The services at the Baptist church I

Gainesville! last week on account of pell, Jr., has arrived in El Paso, Texas. next Sunday will he especially iptorenting. j :

,ickness and spent several days at A program consisting of pageant i

the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. exercises! by tho Sunbeam band : Lowest in the history of the tire industry .
P. E. Canova. Sirs. LaMira Graham, after a visit and special music will be given, bo-: ;

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, }t. I sides the sermon by Dr.. Bullen, who '
30hllPowell, Miss HiWu 1,' Struth, Alvarez, returned to Jacksonville Sun- I will have returned from his vacationand ,

\Irtt J. Tt. Davis! and Mrs.. J. L. Jennings diy.( will be present at both services I I Do not confute tIle PERFECTION with' th,- ordinary; cheap tire for the

motored to Lake Butler and --------, All friends of the church and utrnnjors '1l PERFECTION tire is one of the highest grade standard tires of America, carries the
tiford; Th'1r:,rlOIY t1 ndvertlse, the !Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Blab op and lit- are invited and members //1 "
i. il to bu given by the Woman's tle daughter are in Green"Cove this I pected.OF l ex same Let [price aid] ctr prices are only possible; Ly our mode of distribution' ; for we, as d8trib.UlGf1' ; ;

luh I week visiting her parents, Mr. and j tIiult": ,: the amends ccrr miesitns end jobbers' handling charges. '

.___,. _. Mrs. Prevatt. / INTEREST: TO COTTON GROW- I wE'
I ride S. Underhill has purchased ERSRaiford ,
th, How( buniralow in North Starke, I William Strulh, i;:: returned to : I make lire ADJUSTMENTS here IN STARKE, thereby. saving you ., i {

the !same now being occupied by W. :M. Jacksonville Sunday? after spending Fla., Sept. 1, 1922.! : : and ,
Bry ,in and family, who will move to several days with his parent, Mr. Editor Telegraph, time money.LOOK

th" P N \Vecks residence on N. Wal- and Mm. William Struth, 8r.MiM i'I Starke, Fla. these prices over, then come in and BUY on our recommend. I F .

''treet. Dear Sir-Will you please allow meI PERFECTIONS aren't right, we Will make" them .right.PHRFBCT10N '
.------. May Peek, who !I. a tear er in i I space in put the following notice in -- '

R:< '. Georjio F. Si-ott, who spent [ the Jacksonville Academy' of Music! vohr paper for*the benefit of the cotton CORDS rERFFCnON: TU.HRS I 4

t 0),, ," .1 I.1mi. .mi"i. at Clayto Ga.,' retiu-nod to tho city Mon-lnv after I irrowerH./ 'Guaranteed 10,060 Mites) Size Price
1 it the wci-\-end with hie brother, upt/Mmc/ rfevoril l days: with her hroth- / I am prepared to buy cotton and! J
Non-gkid I'rlee 80x8 ___ _.; _, 1.40
: v '."l u! Southern College' Lake- ,er, <', L. Peek. will pay thb highest market price. T PEUFKCTION FABRICS "U s
I SOx'JVa' _____'I12J50 80x2--- 1,60
Rev. ------ +
i having -
to i I. foUiriato! in It m ready to gin either Sea Island' (Huar."t4't'IJ.csOOO Uo! )
or ) 82x8V!. 1MOa2x 8b3+>> ...._____ __ 1-75
oitn' nit of their faculty tot the Mini 'Williard Bishop, of Anthony, I' Meade: cotton far'anyone who wantscotton : ----- Non-Skid PrI1e. u '
arrived Sunday for a fewday .Vlatt --- -- --- ai.oo ;.8' r ------------ 2.00
P Im term I(I ginned! I do not handle short :: I x
... Meff 33. 4 ________-__ 21.80 -------------. 1r75 .. 2.23
.. with her alter Mw. E. R. bet ---------- '
-- I cotton at all, but make specialty of : "
I r.. Ray, tit D\fnodin, left onT fore leaving for DeLand, to a : 34x4 _.___________ -.& 80.fI ------..---- 8,78 8tJi' ft.50 ;;
1,0 \ ,
ginning Sea .Island and taking careid -------- Q82x4Jpl
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Ob3 eRt9".chool. ___ 26.76 .
,i. ; i:", after spending several: days i iwit't r the seed for allY one who wants toI I u"' ": 84x438x5 2.75:
81x4 12.00 --- ------
Olive and S\x4: .._________ 27.7834x4 ------- .-: -: .
his Misses i
aunts, > : save their seed. / 32x4 ,. ---y> f .. ,-".J\\)
.i_.; 2ft .
-I _______ __ 28.46 ---- .1.85x4 :- -
Anv i 1'.1 Ray, Lawrence wa formally 4 i 1 Louis Hpffmon, of JacksunvUU\ M. The Sea n
'i I cottonmarket 3Jx4! _... MJ.30 3At "' -..., -..,-,-... .&, 1_ '
a' ._,. _____ 29.35.
u '! in the B.'H. S., and in rived Wednesday visit his; *ttnt,: not,opened yet and I realize I .T .
up '
f-.w I < he- will laaVe Jacksonville :I Mrs. J. R. Davis. on N. Walnut street.j : not pay More' for cotton\; than canV'j j V, Sf4} I _-. ...___.___ 20.9a 3414'-----------: 8.85

T ., i. where he will enter Bm- !| Mr. Hoffman formerly lived bore_ and I else, but I can and vtll! pay as anyo high:; 1 I _'.. 4. 38.TO 38x5 __u_________ 4.60

or: "Diversity. his many friend are glad to *afn price for cotton as any other hny'r, 35x5\ .?::. ::__:::-_- 31M .. 865:8: _..I________-__ 4.78 J Jr

hake hand with him. and wilt save you the kind of seed V"I\ I "

\1'' Add'c '.illlc; of Buckner, Ky., want. If cotton prices adw"nr.! anywhere .. h
i Vh IW brother, :Max Klos-! You will enjoy a stay in the charm- it will advance I
at RaltVml
n IC '
ill at his ,, 'tea where Ovtental : BATTERY REPAIRING U RECHARGING ; .
i '. who U i Herionsly! inv JapAn garden, we expect:! to compete at all time In '
I i. h'r.Mr.: and Mrs. Ben KIcw- ,)heautiss will carve you with tea, buylnif. We are glad to serve onvo- I OUR POLICY IS STRICTLY CASII BY SELLING FOR CASH WE

f y.ti.t; also arrived Tun-I I. sandwiches, cake and candy. The carnival who has cotton In the way of hiiyin"- j i I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. BUY CHEAP FOR CASI I. '

,\., .1, I ".inat 'tl e home of Mr. andM i Friday, the 22nd inst. Benefit or ginning! It.i lu.no use to hip your ,I

Mu'v Klo..tcrman.'v i Woman's' Club. cotton off from home when i
you fan : \ .
I I __ ,._ .-Y--__,
vet the same price and accommodations
Toh'n cam up from Gainesville I| The carnival is given/; by the Woro- at home. R. BURROWS PROP. L

1 ai 'p"nt; !last week with his mother I| an's Clnb and the proceeds will helpto ,Your for better prices for cntt m. +
jf! Sir-. Laura Johns, and slater, Mrs. Er- pay for the new club house Let 9-15-4t A. p. ANDREWS. .

I\\j rol Alvarez. AbJ an ex-serviee man, everyone go and enjoy the fun of I .
A th. dur- seeing home people conduct a carni-! ,
f having! b<' 'n in France six vnor WorksJII'IU
t in" the war, and Is now taking a voca- vrl. Friday afternoon and evening, Cold:: Ca'1SfI'f: !> a-4 nn-.ienr Starke Vulcanizing

tional training at the University of I I <*cpt 22: td, on the lot next to J. ;0.1.1 ',. Y.\'t'1..,!:..mtc'I". : :.J"--r.....: "''-' -r" ,.... : rk

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: \;, } r.-----: : : : I but feeds on the foliage. Advantage NOTICE OP ElECTION

> --_. .-_. _-.---.-....--.....-......--- may be taken of this insect's peculiar BRADFORD HIGH WHEREAS the LeeHslature of 1021 under I
the Constitution of 188B. of the State of Flor..IIde. I
.1 ,_ habit of coming down to the trunk of did pass four Joint Resolutions propnaInir i

With The Bradford the tree, often quite near the ground, Stat.ami of>ritmenta,Horldn. to and'the the Constitution annie were of airrceil the I I

.1, : to molt. At these times they collect SCHOOL GROWINGThe to by a vote of three-fifths of all the memlurs -
,, rlectwl to each house" : that the votes
in large masses or colonies on the on Bald,. Joint Hniiolullons were. entered upon

Farmers trunk and remain! in this position almost nievn their therwin n-snictlve' sod Journals they did. with elelertnlne the yea and and etlrert -

II County motionless for many hours. At :, following pupils, who were not that tlii- sold Joint Reisotutions be iiihmltted the-
to the eIvCt4P5, of the State at
.1 i.1r. this time the caterpillars are easily I in D. II. S. last term, have enrolled,l General Fleetlon In November. 1023:

II I **_*.**...................................-...........-.-.--..............._. brushed into a pan of water and, ker recently: FORD.NOW
r.. ; osene. I /rule-Ell'anor Hodges, Joyce Florida di> hereby itlve, notice that a

J Both caterpillars enter the ground: Terry GENERAL ELECTION !
I I will btt held In each county In Florida on Tuirs-
FARM: I'GEI'REENTING il&lnl'sville. I when full grown and emerge in the I 11th nrnde--Mary Boyer, Claudia day next Hiceeoillnir, tho II mt Monday In No-

.,. : : HOOT KNOT INSKKDKKI : .': Plantings even later than. this will spring as moths which lay the eggs Terry. I the v.mour. A. D. 1922. the said Tuoaday being We grind Our Own Lenses

)* : produce good crops. from which the caterpillars hatch. 10th grade, -Alvin Deck. -SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER

: This in Florida docs not receive for the ratificatIon or rejection of tho said NODELAYQeJnesVille.
I crop These and many other pests of the 9th grade-Mary Tillis\ Miriam Or- Joint Resolutions propcwlna nmendrnent to ISU

L Important Problem! DistUHried From a ;. the attention from farmers, especially pecan can bo controlled by thoroughly tagus, Marjorie Bi-11. the ConstitutIon of the Slat. of Florida. vUl Florida

.. Fructiml Standpoint I hog growers and dairymen, spraying the trees with lead arsenate! <

.p I. thnt it deserves, according to specialists to Section 10 of Article XII <
a pound of the powder to 50 gallons "th gradeHobertVltlCner, ft'prn I of th,, Conatltutlon of the State of Horlila .
p It Is particularly important[ that. of the Collude of Agriculture, at of water. Hedges, Inez Hodges.6th Rfilatinir, to Education, r

) fall planted uefillx-tN( bt> froe from the ,, Gainesville. A full description of these insects I grade-Berry Johns, Clarence He of It Florida Rnnlved I by the Legislature of the State "IN A BAD Wi": ?\1

Toot knot nematode. If the soeilbod' Best results from rape in the past with illustrations may be found in Lowe, Raymond Browning, Amanda lOot That Article the following XII of tho amendment Constitution to Section of the I

'4 is infested, rtcmatoilc-s, will b,' carried have been obtained by planting it in Bulletin 147 which may be had for Lowe. Slat of Florida relating. to education ..... --- ti

,. from it on plants and, mattered thru ; rows three feet apart to permit culti- the asking of, the Florida Experiment 5th grade-Theodore Young, Gladys and he auhmltted the lime to la the hereby elector accord..* of to the and State phnll at (

.. the fields, according to a statement recently -I vation. If the seed are broadcasted, Station Gainesville. Wagner Everett Oliver Isabel Kasz- 1 the .general election of representatives in 1V-2 If your buck given. out
> ,
; for approval! or rejection' I BeconieM' lame. \, euk u" .. nIR 1t
issued by Prof. J. R. Watson, cultivation by harrow Is recommend ynski Dominic Tierno Raymond Wa : Section 10. The Leirliilatur may providefor t<
If urinary trouble. v n .
counties Into
I I of the Florida Experiment Station. : ed. Cultivation should be frequent HOW TO BECOME A TRAINED : convenient the division school of illntrlct any county; and or for the election Perh.ips your kMi, >p\-. ,11' n t i BI

made from ters.4th of three school trustees, who
I The fllowing quotation in and shallow. NURSE biennially "
j !grade-Ava Lou Poppell, Jack- hall hold their office for two years, and who bad wav t)
i. that statement: i The Dwarf Essex variety is especially son Taylor, Garo Turner, Mary Par- shall have the supervision of ill the nchoola Doan's Kidney Pills ate '"u. .v'at,
and !
and for the levying J
within district
J4 J "It I Is tho general practice of the : recommended, as it grows very St. Luke's hospital operates a nurs- rish, Glenn Wood. collection thu of a district nchool tax far the excliwlve kidneys.

i I,. truckers to use new land for the secd- : rapidly and will stand more grazing es training school, which has a capac- 3rd A'rade-Frances Lowe, James district Utlo whenever of ixibllo a free majority schools of within the qualified the Local e\iilenc8 pro\i-. ih. <' .,n rrt > *

'i bed, which is wise, because new land i than the old type. If planted late in ity of fifty students. There are a Poppell.2nd elector thereof that pay a tax on real ,. II E.'HtmtLD.' r'tt 1 i'i!'I'-d t I' .. nj

free. But or pprnnna! property shall vote In favor of man, Mniu St Srmlte ell:i: I in I i tI
nematode new
IK, usually I I September on a 'well prepared number of vacancies in the training grade-James Holmes.1st such levy: proviilid that any tax authnrlxedhv
available. In such this lon shall not exceed ten mills on a !great deal of !tiotiblt v. i :i m kl'
]an.118 not always top dressed with a high grade The of ec
school at this time. course
Ponce de Leon Waters
grade the taxable .
I I the dollar In any one year on npys In Si PelercburK, 1"n.\ : i \ ,
cases the following procedure( H recommended : vegetable fertilizer, mixed well into training: extends over a period of 3 Lena Parrish, Olin Hicks, Woodrow property of the district. years n Ru. Theio u .t'i a i ,,i ". .,

to free the land of ncmu- the soil before planting, it will give RESOLUTION P..pn.lnlr an.. ,
,. years. Hicks, Ruby Hilliard, Arthur Darby 1JOrNT across the small of lay bm nm .

f todei.'Tirst. excellent results. The standard of the training school Jones, Sinclair Peek, Jr., Florence Ami-niltmnt of the Suit to Article of Florida V of Relative the Constitution to the- felt pretty I lann I suiT 1'1[! w.. I n,

plow and harrow the land, 1 Tho mistake is frequently made of is being elevated, the particular chan Hassett, Mabel\ Netf, Louise Snyder, Judiciary Department.R vera piling" In the buck ol ,.i '",,,,0.1
It Rranlved 1 by the Legislature of the State .
Then dissolve sodium cyanide in water :I! turning stock on the crop too early, ges: being the adoption of the standard : Hugh Addison, Merrill Edwards, Ce- nf Florida t / and evet)tliliiK eemnl! in A

Vt nt the rate of 900( pounds to the acre. before it gets a !good start, and pasturing 'curriculum of the National Nurses! cil Thomas, Prescott Gill, Joe Ed- V That of the the Constitution following of amendment the State of to Florida Article' neighbor l\tted} HIP tti, t nn I i

o (A seedbed 20 feet square requires !9 I it too closely.I Association, and the employment of n' relative to the Judiciary Department to he Kidney Pills! and HUM !II'i' "I I
wards Jr. Iva Lowe Schilke
Ruth n..mhvr"lleetlon'41 of said' Article V, bo and horn the slI'
pounds! of the cyanide). Sprinkle .I rape field should be fenced into competent instructress to direct the Dorothy Turner, Elizabeth Hollings- thn snmo Is hereby agreed to and shall 1 be "

% solution over the ground. Apply tho two or more sections in order that tbe training activities, this work having. worth, Marie Underhill, Doris Wa- Mihmlttod inneral election to the to electors be held nf on the the state first at Tutsliny the- cured I'rlce mo
l k irrigation water sufficiently to soak ,stock may lio. alternated back and previously been cared for by the superintendent after the first Monday in November A. ...
ters Louise HtilMHX
Holmes, Alice Smith, D 1922. for ratlflentlon or rejection to-wt: 'Ml[I'' I It 01 l 1V KIM
the soil tol depth of 18 inches or i i forth, enabling the plots to recuperate of nurses. I Thelma Anders, Lucile Hemingway, g..... 41, The Lmtlslature may from time Dona's KJdl1<'). Pills -t tli 1 .' '. mi: t flat
to time and .. the business of any circuit requires
., more. Then dissolve ammonium suII after clone grazing. Ry this meth- The requirements for admission are : Dorothy May Sapp, Luther Johns, Vir- provide for the appointment. of one or Mr. Eastman; hnd.o'oq I ""' iti i II> ira

phite, one and a half times the weight I oil continuous grazing can be depend that the trainee shall be between the i ginia Felix. more cult additional Each Much Circuit additional Juitae,Circuit for.louise such ahullb Cir Co., Mfr, Uuftalo N V.

\ of the cyanide in water; pour over ed on from December till April."MURDER" ages of 18 and 30, in good state of.. Last the high school department nppolnted.. by the Governor and confirmed. ----
i year -
/ the Senate, and hold office for six years.and .
little irrigation
Again apply
the ground. a health, and with education equivalent i had 50 pupils enrolled, and now ahull receive the same. salary and allowances .
water just enough to carry school. for expenses .. other Circuit Judites.He .
ANNOYING ANTS ten grades of
to grammar
I I there are 72 enrolled, which Is the largest shall have all the powers and perform all "
I the sulphate down. The training program will begin : number ever recorded for the B. the duties that are or may be provided orurmcribed "COLD IN TilE hEAL)

: "It la important that the sulphate I Little black ants that build hills in sometime during the month of October -I' H. S. The enrollment for the entire .. Circuit by Jtlduea the Constitution and .11 statutes or by concernir statutefor is an acuta attack of Nasal Camrrl

,. bit applied as promptly as possible after lieI'd beds or lawns and establish their and it is desired that a full class school is 340. Circuit there. Judge are two shall or apply mor to Circuit him.. Judges Wherever heHii"Those will subject dod to lluti frequent tOo iifo"c.ldg11 at1 11 AlUATAKHH \ )..''v,

\ the cyanide, certainly the same "lines of travel and communication" of trainees be entered at the time of The twelfth is appointed for a Circuit the business may be MhL; llNL.them Will toss bt-ltel liubleeolda. 'JlJ 1
grade composed of System ami rcntlur
divided. the Circuit Judges having jurisdiction
day. Do not mix the two substances into houses are the sources of much' opning of the school. Ethel Griffin Audrey Johns Margaret\ among In the Circuit and In any County in KupeattiU ixllacKu of .\\ HiUirrh
: before applying. It is important that receive without the Circuit, as mny be prescribed. by law and miiy l...ul to Chronic i C. urrhHALL.S ,
to truckers gardeners and Each will .
annoyance pupil Long, Madge\ Middleton, Hulda Brin- where no provision\ has .been made by law., CATAUKII MHUI!: I "I I' ,
reaction between these two materials and laun- taken Internally all J ""'" thrn il t li. .
: home builders. To such persons the charge her board lodging the distribution\ of the busIness of the Circuit
son Ras Brinson "
Joyce Terry, Joe between the Circuit Judges of the Circuit and Blood on the Mucous mjrfaeei >
C take place in the soil. I following discussion of these ants andi dry, limited to twenty-four pieces of Wainwright Tom Limbaugh Roder- of any County In the Circuit, and the allotment byHtem. titus reilm-lnnc the Inili mm. '
"The cost of 0 pounds of cyanide control Prof. week. Students will or assignment of matters and cases to anti an.l..l.nn Natui in ".. njrraalconditions !
the remedy for their by clothing
r plain per ick ,
Crosby Elenor ,
i Hedges and Char be heard decided ordered tried decreed or .
and It pounds of ammonium sulphate J. R. Watson of the Florida ExperlI receive $10 per month for the first adjudged shall be controlled or made when All DruKglatA 'MrouliirB free', ,
i ley Johns. At a recent class meetingthe necessary by the Circuit Judge holding' the F. J. Cheney & t',, 'ful" u, ohiO.
(enough for one one-hundredth of an I ment Station should be interesting to year, $12.50 per month for the second following officers were elected commIssion I earliest in elate. No additional.
acre) at wholesale prices' Is about month for the : Circuit Judtf. or Jud...... shall be authorizedto
all : year, and $15.00 per President, Ras Brinson. be appointed In A Circuit. having. less than NOTICE OP APPliCATION FOR TAX DEED
p 225. I I "At this time of year we hear many third year, for the purchase of uniforms Vice president Margaret\ 75.000 Inhabitants by the last Federal or State UNDER SECTION S7S OF TUB
Long. census ocrurrtnir next before the passage. of GENERAL. STATUTES
"Persons applying this! material complaints concerning the depredations books and other required arti Secretary, Audrey Johns. the law for his or their appointment: TheLepIulnture Notice Is hereby .....v..nh.t F. F. Flumn

: must bear in mind. that it is extremely of ants in seedbeds and lawns cles. The amount paid is not regarded 1 msy repeal any law providing for purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 277. dated"
Treasurer, Madge Middleton. the appointment of an additional Circuit the 2nd day of AUKltnt.. A. D 1920. hss DM"
poisonous. and of their annoying presence in the as payment for services, the Instruction Judge, or additional Circuit .'ud...... for a Cireuit soul certifIcate In my offIce and has made. application -
and the but shuch repeal shall not affect the for tax: eluetcl to Issue In accordnnc.
"Both the sodium cyanide
I houses. The best treatment whenever rendered being regarded as PERSONALN. I term salary and i jurisdiction of a Judge hold. with law.. Said certificate unbrace the following

ammonium sulphate are rich in nitro- the nests can be found is a solutionof compensation therefor. Inir an appointment described. property. .lIual. <\ In Bradford

gen and leaves the soil rich in am- sodium or potassium cyanide in Applicants who satisfy the educational B. Hull in Jack A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing anAmeitilinent South county.Half Florida of N 420 to-wltl ft of Northeast Quarter -
p monia. It should be to add spent Thursday to Section 8 of Article XVI of of Southeast Quarwr. Sec.. 84. Tp. 7. S. R I,
necessary For this dissolve and physical requirements are the Constitution of the State FloridaRelating ,
water. purpose an sonville. nf 2Jl E. 10 a...... The sold land being asse i><< only potash and acid phosphate to the of to the Time of the Payment of date of the Issuance of such certiflcat .,
for the
ounce of the cyanide in 2 quarts of admitted on probation, a period Snlnrle. of State Officer at .1
seedbed in order that it be well fertilised. Bo It Kesolvetl by the Legislature of the Stateof In the name of Unknown.
water. With a cane or sharp stick two months, during which time they Ilev. M.\ L. Smith returned Friday Florida: I Unless ali certificate shall :bo redeemed accorclinu !

Potassium cyanide may be used punch a hole a foot or more deep in shall receive board, lodging and laundry afternoon from Jacksonville where he That the following amendment to Section 9 the I llth to dny law.of tax October.deed A.will l D..Issue 1922.Wltnews .thoreor
I' i
in the place of sodium cyanide, if of Article XVI of the Constitution of the and seal this iI.j
the of the hill and into it and month. my offclal slunature
center $5
pour per attended the district! Sunday school State of Florida relating to the time of the .
1 p the latter cannot be obtained, but it is a few fluid ounces of the solution. As convention. payment of the. salaries of State oirievera Ishurtby the 4th day of Sept. A, W.D 1022.G ALDERMAN.

: much more. expensive" and a third soon aa the liquid has soaked away, As a proof of that our climate is the electors agreed of to the and Stat shall for b adoption* submitted or rjoetlon to*. (Seal) Clerk Circuit. Court. "

of it \nust be used. at the next general election of representative .. 9-8-Bt-10-a _.!
more I the hole with dirt and tramp mild the bushes in Starke are
A cover up guava to be held In tho year A. D. 1022 DEED ,
,- "For further Information write to That Is to said section, shall be amended NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX I,
i the surface solid. The gas given off full of fruit. If you doubt it, see the NOTICE OF ELECTION rend follows say UNDER flF.CTIO118! nf THE ,
To the Slier-lit as I
Bradford County of the
the Florida Experiment Station at will find its way all through the ant cluster of nearly ripe guavas in the Suite of Florida tHe Section. 8. The salary of every officer shallbe GENERAL STATUTES that G. W. Aadrewi.purchaser \'
I It Known. That I. II. payable monthly upon his own requisition. Notice Is hereby given ,
hills and will kill the ants and pupae window of the Bank of Starke. SeentHry of State of the Clay Crawford of Tax: Certificate No 10S. dated.
i Slat of Florida, do
.. _ j hen,by give notice that the 2nd day' of August. A. D. 1020 ham flied
(hatching ants) present. It Is best CfcNbft/VL/ ELECTION a A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing. an said certificate In my office and has made application
PLANT RAPE FOIl FALL AND Will be Amendment to Section 3 of for tax: deed to Issue In accordancewith
I to do this in the early morning or at held In Bradford County StaU of Article VII of
WINTER: GRAZING Hi.H.ln on fueiday nut ..ueeo.dinlhe first the Constitution of the State of Florida. law. Said certificate embraces the followIng
I night when all the ants are at home. NEXT DOSE OF CALOMEL Monday In November A. I). 1922. th. said Relating. to Censua and Apportionment and elecritxl. property situated In Bradford
i1 lue-silny betntf to Number of Members of the Senate and County. Florida, te>>-wtt .
i is of the most "This substance must be handled MAY SALIVATE YOU :: flh'LAY OF NOVEMBER of the House of Representatives. South Half or Northeast Quarter of Southeast
( Rape one important 1 carefully as it is one of the most powerful For Unltwl State Senator from the State Be It Resolved. by the Legislature ot the State Quarter Sec. 23. Tp. 6 3 R 20 East 2'')
; 1 fall and winter crops for hogs! that of Florida for nix years from March 4. 1323. e>f Florida I acres.
c | poisons, either inhaled or swallowed It "Is Mercury, Quicksilver, Shocks Fur ono Ki-pnventatlve of the Second Con- That the following ,proposed amendment to The said land being wsesned at the date 0'
: can be grown in this state. To get 1 bro trrewHioniil District of the StaU of Florida. in Scrtlon 3 of Article VII of the Constitutionof the Issuance of such certificate In the name
best results from it however or if gotten into sores or Liver and Attacks Your Bones the Sixty-eiirhth Congress. of the United State.. the State of Florida, relating to census anil of Joseph SUrrlcks. Unless said certificate
\ .t pre- ken places in the flesh or skin. I I.'or Superlnlendont' of Publlo Instruction of apportionment, and to the number of mem shall be redeemed according to law.. tax deed
pare your seedbed and sow your Bc't'tlabout (ho State of Florida. bees of the flennto and of the Home of Representatives will, Issue thereon on the 9th day of OctoberA.
| "Carbon disulphide cnn be used in Calomel salivation Is horrible. It For two Jiuticis. of the Supreme Court of be and the same Is hereby agreedto T>. 1922.Witness .
.. tho last week in SeptcAibcr\ if th. State' of florida. and shall be aubmltteel to the electors of my official signature. and seal I thiS
live north of the Gainesville section | the same manner but Is more expensive swells the tongue, loosens the teeth Fur two Railroad: Commissioners of the the state of Florida for approval or rejection, the 8th day of SepUmlwr. A. D 1922.
: you and, is highly inflammable. Kerosene and starts rheumatism. There's no State of Morlcla.for tn the next General Election of Itaprueentatlve G. W. ALDERMAN.Seal .
'4 or from the first to the nuddlo I two Mimben of the Hniue of Representatives to he held on the first Tuesday after ( ) Clerk Circuit Court
is good also, but does not penetrate reason why a person should take sick of the State of Florida. the first Monday In November In November. -6t-10-6
of October, if you live south of I For County Surveyor. A. I D. 1922 ; that I I. to say. that _____
: the soil rapidly. It is best to ening calomel when a few cents buysa For rive Member of the Board of County Article VII of the ':Il S'fuoYl'li:: GUARDIAN'S NOTICE TO SELL RE It

L treat all ant hills with cyanide solu- large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tonea Commissioners.tor shall be amended to read a. follows! a STATE': ,
I t three Members of the County Board of Section H. The Legislature that shall mret In Court of County Judge, Statet of Florida
II' tion before the seedbeds are plant perfect substitute for calomel. It Publla Instruction. A. P. 1928. and those. that shall meet every Bradford County **
ed." liquid which For JuHtice of the Peace In and for the fol- ten years thereafter shall apportion the representation In ra estate of J. S. Dixon Minor
; is a pleasant vegetable lowing JuMtice District, vlsi In the Senate tho whole! number Notice Is hereby given whom It mar'
S j will start your liver just as surely as No.. One.No Two. "f Senators not. to exceed 88 members; and concern that Matilda l>lx'n..I as guardian of
at the same time shall also apportion the rcpsentallein Lucilo Dixon. Easter Dixon, and Mnmrle. May
PROTECT PECAN TREES FROM 1 calomel, but it doesn't make you sick No.No. "Three., In the House of Representatives. Dixon minors, will on the 14th day of Octn
Frequent 'ven. The counties having. one hundred thousand or .her A. D. 11132 apply to the Honorable R
and cannot salivate. No. klnht. .
more population shall have four reprecnla.tivee
A. Green county judge. In and for said eour
lor CoiiMtable In and for the following Jus- each the
Calomel is a dangerous drug, be. Ito. Districts. via i and not :more. counties than having hundred thirty. thousand ty at his office in Starko. In sslil I county, at
on. thousand
"Destroy tho fall webworm and the sides it may make you feel weak, sick No. Ono. population shall have throe Representatives 11 clock a. ra.. or as soon thereafter an the at
matter be for sell
No. Two. can heard authority to
Headaches pecan or walnut defoliator in your and nauseated tomorrow. Don't losea No. Three. each hundred the. and counties not more having than ten thirty tluniaand thousnnd five publlo or private sale tha interest of sail

trees by burning, or by dipping into a day's work. Take a spoonful ofnecessary. No.Net tlicht.Seven: All population counties shall. having have two less: representatives than each i in minors said county In the to-witt following. described real estate

Your druggist says If you In tvetimonr whereof I have hereunto let live hundred ten thousand South Hall ol the Northeast Quarter of n,.
I "I l suffered with chronic bucket of water covered over by a population' shall have one Rep_ Northeast. I
my hand and infixed the Great Seal of the nentatlve each The basis of Quarter and Southeast quarter >.
constipation that would bring on thin layer of kerosene," the pecan don't find Dodson's Liver Tone acts State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital as provided. for In this amendment apportionment shall be Northwest Quarter of Norlhent Quartet )
,\ very severe headaches." says will wake feeling great. No salts thin the twemLy-fcurth day of August. A. 1>. the Federal Census next preceding S.-.,. 18, Township Six. S. R. 22 E.. which Application -
grower Is advised by Prof. J. R. Watson up 1UJ2 ap- will be based. upon the petltioa for
Mr H. Kincer ol portionment made by the Legislature.
Stephen Every
? Florida Station better than treacherous calomel II. CLAY CRAWFORD. County shall have at least such sale now on file In said court.
of the .
D. Creek Va. Experiment your one Representa
R. F. I I. Cripple (Seal\) Secretary. of State. tive. Tb. Governor shall by Dated Sept 11. A. D. 1VJ2:.
speielal ,
f "I tried different medicine and Dodson's Liver Tone instead and you To W. J. Epponon. Sherllf BradCorJ Coun to each ifni" .* the appropriate" session mesiage of M.TILD.DIXON.. .
did not get relief. The headaches ty. D-l-lOt-U-3 tile Legislature. direct the attention of Guardian.
,' .1 Pecan caterpillars are more abundant .,..... A. S CREWS.
r became very frequent. I money is waiting for you.-Adv.-83 U. to the provisions\ of this amendment, I
heard of than usual in many parts' of the f.nd- "_ the Legislature! that shall! meet A. D Attorney for Guardian. 9-15-51-10-11
rp seOr any succeeding. Legislature that shall
state and many trees have been defoliated NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED meet every Un years there after. shall refuse NOTICE APPIICATIOff FOR TAX DEED
p UNDER SECTION 87J OP TUB or fall to apportion. th* reprwentatlon In .
defoliation the UNDER SECTION S7> Of TUB
by them. Although: JQm
) C GEN KAL STATUTES Senate and In the House of Representatives. GENERAL \
4 Thedford's as this season< is not as serious COFFINS & CASKETSAnd Notice I Ia hereby given that T. C. Hason herein provided. It shall b* the duty of the Notice la hereby given I that Weeks-Hitch
of Tax t
purchaser : Certificate No. 192. dated Governor to convene the Legislature In Spe
as If it had occurred earlier, it is still I the 6th day of A UK in t, A. D. 11)18) ha tiled cial Session. for thevrpurpose. of making. such ito Company: dated purchaser the 4th of tax certificate A. No DIflM.
day November.
Full Line of said certificate In my 011'1... and baa made moplication apportionment" ami by/ publlo proclamation
a serious cheek to the growth of the a for tat deed to Uane In accordancewith and by communication to each House has filed sale certificate In my oftieviand
to direct has made application for tax deed to issue J
Ulltrta'-tmr law. Said certificate, embrace th. followlnir the attention
LACK-DRAUGHT trees, and may considerably decrease SappliemAUTOMOBILE : : elescrllieel property, situated In Brad.- of this amendment.of each House to the provisions In accordance with law. Said eertiflcate
As the tree ford: Morlda. towittConmenctn embraces the following. described' propertysituated
next year's crop. pecan county. See. 2. That any and, all provisions .of the ,
HEARSE Oft\ W of I B! line of South. Constitution In conflict with this In IlraeHord county Florida to-ent.
: makes little or no growth from now wct Cjuarler of Southwest Quarter on N aide and the same are hereby repealed.The .provision be North Half of Lot S See. 7. Tp. 7. R. 2*
AI..1I7. on hand. The best ***. of II y right of way and run N 274 ft. W MO S. 4. E.. 41 acres. Tb. said land being assessed
I and took it lor a headache and on, it is active in manufacturing food **re> al the lawMt. prices. 8pe- ft. S to right of way thence E on said. right vote cast In compliance with said at the date of the .Issuance of such certificate
and for of ......1to the point of belt In Southweat pro. in the name of J. H. Joh....
\ the relief was very and forming the winter bud next posed amendments and the canvass. d.t., ... .
p 'QuiCkl I ihad al uration to telegraph or Quarter of Suulhwest Quarter. Sea. S. Tp 7 tions and returns Unless call certificate shall be redeemed a.
t I it was so lend year's growth. er Registered Embalmer. S. K. 2,) E. 1 acre. 10 the same regulations thereof and shall be subjected cording to |I...... tax deed will Issue thereon on !
k 1 another headache. Now Ijuat The aid land boloS assessed at the date providd' by law for general restrictions.lections ss are the ItO day of October A. D. 1822.
., keep the Black-Draught, anddon't Prof. Watson says there are tworl.'clt.s of the Issuance of auch evrtillcaM in the noma State oc FlorIda. in the Witness my official signature and seat. this i

? let myself get in that of caterpillars) now abundant DeWITT C. JONES of H. ". Galney.Unities IN TESTIMONY: WHEREOF the IBlh day of September A. D 1922. I
aid certIficate shall b* redeemed ac. I have hereunto ban,1and O. W. ALDERMXN.
; condition. on pecan trees. The first species, the cording to law. tax. deed will I..... thereoa on .. flrl'I! : ..l the Great sat my 80.,1 'Secit' ClerIc' Circuit Coart.
t Thedford'i! Black Draught STARKE FLA the Wnel day of October. A. D. 1U.t2.:. ; (Seal) the Stat of Florida. at Tallahasse of U-lQ-Bt-lO-U Bradford: County. da.
has been fall webworm, is a reddish brown, WltnHl my official' awnature and seal this *. the
(purely vegetable: ) the auth day of Aiuust.. A. D. 19J2. : the
0It' aman-: j'ul"A.;
4- found to re'ieve'! constipation, hairy fellow. Ills family live in a CJ. W. ALDtSRMXN.: twenty-fifth U2.1.:. day of 1). ,
;, and sthnuLdingthe action! ol X the Clerk Circuit. Court. Bradford County. Flo NOTICE OF ADMIMSTRATOR'8/ FINAL
by tent of silk which is spun over I H. CLAY CRAWFORD. DISCHARGE
Cures Malaria Chills Seal
( ) 8l6t29 II
the liver, when it Is torpid, helps leaves and twigs. Little danger will 8-4-141-11-8 Secretary of Sta... In Court of County Juil .. Bradford Coun
la drive many poisons out ol p4k' Fever, Bilious Fever ty Sta.. of Florida.seise .
6 66 II
system. Biliousness result to the trees by burning! the web NOTICE TO DEBTORS .*. estate of Mrs. .Julia Wainrlght d.
your and I Colds and LaGrippe. Habitual Constipation cured AND CREDITORS ..
indigestion headache, out, if done with care. The weba or 1 la 14 toil Days Schleich All persons 1st.Indebted of Bradford. to the estate of eleonre Notice fs hereby given to all whom It may

4 ,, similar troubles are often tents may be pulled out Sy means ofa "IAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" U apreporedSyrupTonicLaxaUve s1'1I\1I1'* deceased are Count Florida rt.hi.. concern A. D. **that. on the 7th day of Moveraber.
p1 relieved In this way. It 1 fa the I forthwith and all, "peri" havln" *:* I shall apply tu the Honorable
,, o natural way. Be natural! Try I hook on a long pole, and by this Only One "BRO.MO QUININE"To for Habitna axslnst said estate shall Ale the same.elaim.duly Probate R. A. Gr..n. judge of said. court aa Judge of
/,. Black-Dreiught.: method practically all worms will be get th. genuine, call for full name LAXA Constipation. It relieves promptly but authentlcateel with the undersigned. admlnlsthJy trator of the my estate final of discharge Mm.. as aJminls-
"p' rivu UROMOejUl.NlNF. i.ookIorsnsturol should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto wllha one.. e/Tarrre4111! d1 """*'*, ..'........... and that at the Julia Wsloriaht.
:: Sold everywhere. I removed with the webs. I 5. w. GItOV 11:. Cures a CoM in Ou. Lt.,.. Slope Induce regular action. It Stimulates and will be ... present m Real same time I wilt
oueth and headsche. sntl warlr off eold. Sfla Dated this lit I> day of August 1922. oaBI aa administrator
; V* The second caterpillar, the) pecan Regulates. Very Pleasant to Tak. BOc: MRS. 1"1 BRYAN. of said' estate and ask for their .PS'........
per bottle. Admlnlatrat,4* of the Estate of September I, A. D. 1922.
or walnut defoliator, spins no webs sm.d. Oeo''lt: F. KICELTrZL
Subscribe for the Telegraph. Administrator. of tt.S.. of Mtv. Julia,

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a KITCHEN Lakeland, Sept. 12,--The lack of \ and Mrs. A J. Murrhee, of ; t,

j r CABINET SECURE AN time and available funds make it necessary Green Cove Springs, have been visit '1 rm.

? e to appeal to you for the most ing Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hickey, of h

Copyright ma uo.mID L'4.wspllper Unto part through the press Stnrke, for the past week. Mr. Mut't', ,
The National) Democratic Committee rhee is n prominent resident of _
"A garden. !Ie a lovosome thing God RATE Clay ,
7Y [L41 rvWy
r -l .jTlfcQrlT. _|f VtlIMN NtWVrn HONKER i "c ".,, 'B",.. NER wall EQUITABLE needs funds!: with which to maintain county, having served there as tax ,41, '
Rose plot and advance the party organization collector for many years. a P
ROBBIE RACCOON THE CIRCUS RHINOCEROS I Ftrned. grot pool and to assist In tho .senatorialand .f r
The veriest school of and yet FLORIDA TRAFFIC' ASSOCIATION ,.. t H
: congressional
peace; rutypnigns in the
I Carl Johns, student of the University
'E I 'lime been spending the winter ID "I um the Rhinoceros, in case any i nets the fool contend that clod I* KEADY TO ACT IF BVCKED doubtful states this full. Wo have no of Florida the week-end \
and resting suld Hobble one should mid BY THOSE INl'EUESnmLaki.'land J
uslt. In
IIN'JUIIlJ case no one '
I Not God In gardens! When the eve U great moneyed interests or concernsto ,
at his home in Sturke. ,
Baee"pll. and KuJph Huccoon sold : does ask I will toll| them anyway I cool Nay but I have a. alp: I support our i I 1. ..IJI !
party organization
So have I." won't be badly treated I have a lot "fit very cure God walk In mine." I Sept 15.-Whether Florida I
;" said Hobble "when of spunk that I nominees or measures. The average
Von sec we way. I like to be pet {
-"-l\e up North" and winters", are cvld It ted. >I MAPLE NUT MOLD is to allow her rights with regardto Democrat is comparatively n poor I '

is tou' much for us to be out all the "Indeed I love to bit petted. Now I equitable railroad rates to go by man, and it is from this poor man : ; ,
Add one-half cupful of brown sugar default is now to the people of Magnolia ,
time Down In more southern climates there arc many people' who don't thinka up that we must receive support for the

the raccoons never bother to sleep awl rhinoceros has' any affection but mixed with a tablespoonful starch to one of corn and Florida. There is left only a limited party organization. Is it not_ your : \

rest! but keep busy all winter long they don't know me. I love petting one-half! cupfulS time in which to present the case of duty and your privilege as a Democratto ,

rushing here and there and everywhere and anyone can do anything with me of boiling water. the Florida shippers and receivers. give something for tho support of Balm Jt :

It they're kind to mile The final to evidence .
opportunity present -
Stir and cook until the party-little or much, ns you may
How I do love to be about though, "I won't stand bud treatment aa I the cornstarch I will lu at Asheville, N. C., the feel able?
now that It Is getting a bit wunn- sold before. And uiy keeper be f r LIQUID I''
says Is well evoked latter part of October. A certain We have how the have
er I have been having a nice walk admires' me. He admires a creature seen people Faca and ToiletPOWDER
Put Into a double : amount of has been shown
long' the brooks and rivers nearby.I who won't be treated badly but who been turning from the reactionary
boiler, add one but the main effort wil !have to be
found some goodies Inside shells, will do things If treated well. Ha tendencies of the Republican party to
white and
I lied a regular feast und so did thut to show egg :forthcoming at Asheville next month.In progressive and i Hrinc/ IniUnt. natural
too says ought! people that one-half teuspoonful of vanilla and a more constructive ,t., beauty to ,_ ; +
of relatives." kindness' Is an interview with representatives 54AOAtr;' I neck. arm, haiHto- R'i
some my the greatest thing In the pinch of salt Stir In one-fourth of a leadership. Our party offers this and I OLLiB1, Simply wonderful
slid Raccoon "' .r. 'i
Hnlph 1bave
Good world. of the Florida Traffic Association
cupful of walnut meats and put away your assistance now will mean much I rruptmm,
been feasting a bit too this "Of course I am ugly, I am not a I In a mold to chill with headquarters in this city, for its advancement :t.i' W"-; :: frecklua tan Kntrnnring.UMiing tunbtira-

i year. thing of beauty but after all, we ,I Stuffed Onions.-Cook three poundsof the following statement was secured: Let each of give ; Intftrnnce. Jrrit
us somethingmail
"Tliej say that we're very curiousand can't all.be objects of beauty. AndI silver skinned onions In boiling "The apparent indifference being :" I .. ........-, :. 4 culuratBrutwtt a Yiiy
remittance .
giving your none and .. -..
Inquisitive and I believe It Is have something to he proud 1 '. .. ,
very salted water until tender Cut out the ,.
the '
I see anything" continued of displayed by people generally address, to I :. ".;w",Ft' : Whit. t
true. never -very proud) of Indeed.. | centers and till with one-half cupful r :. .... Pink
"that I don't to know throughout the state with regard' to Kelsey Blanton Florida I ........ -.. ROM-RM!
want "
Rotible. "Do tell us what that Is, said, the chopped\ walnuts, one-half cupful of Chairman r.--, .._.-' .rl
what/ It Is.'F."lwdnlly. from who the final outcome of tho rates to Flor- National Democratic Finance Committee '
Spotted Iljenn, Africa was bread crumbs the yolk of an egg, salt [ oa.Meo ca
| I like to know about looking rather. amused because of the pepper and celery salt to taste Mix: ida points proposed by tho carriers, Lakeland, Flu _L. :::'''..,.=:..... DEST for p

rhlnt-, :! which shine brightly. Some of !I talk the Rhinoceros had teen giving. well and, fill the /onlone. Bake one- is (getting very serious. People do not I I ---- "--- Y smerelenbe

in fuinlly hove ban caught that\ way. "Do tell us," said the Camels:' as' they half hour. :Serve:: on a platter with seem to realize that those proposed Through Rev.'' Elliott Williams eatI.Proprlaorr t
Bur I am very careful.'How sat nearby, chewing and moving their'' b"I.t.Braised Jb lma a t
rates are 25 per cent higher to pointsin l
gent, J. J, Strosson of Wisconsin MFG.SIJ.'X' I
I do enjoy eatingi"do !; 'r
.mouths from Hide to side< I Cabbage. -Slice one "small' this state than to points in other CU.4ZSo.FUthSa. nil dealera. V
... I," said Kill ph. "Let's", talk: "Do tell us" said the Indian T!- onion and brown in one tablespoonfulof has bought the John Ellington place, ;i .iir til-
Southern states for similar fnCt from
about! fond for a bit"All Itrl'''", n beautiful creature who was bacon fat, stir In one tablespoonful substantially east of Temples mill. Mr. Strosson BROOKLYN, un, 75 saute ,,
right," said Hobble "I couldn't In the next cnge. j of flour and add one-half cupful. of distances ? will engage: in strawberry growing ;, N. Y. liunlpiiM. d' 7{,

tiilit" about It so cheerfully were It not The lions were asleep! their paws I, water. Add, to one "small' cabbage, I "If the Jacksonville combination asa and truck: farming iiiiimnmimimimiiiiiYou'll '

fur tie, fact that I !have Just euten well placed over each other and they looked cover and cook until the cabbage Is basis for constructing through rates ----- -.-- ---- ---- --- ,

and 00 t am not hungry.'I very gentle as' they !slept.' They were | done. Season to taste. into Florida is continued) in effect, und --- .- 'J

Jlle anything to eat. I enjoy dreaming sweet lions' dreams of raw '' Ham and Tomato Toast.-Cook one I we are very much afraid it will be unless I

rash water cluiux Frogs, und tur meat and were not pitying any attention tablespoonful each of chopped on- a more vigorous' protest is made,
tleij'and eggs I like. Nuts and fruit In t the Itlilnoi'cros. ion and green pepper In two tablespoonfuls '
the people of this state! will continue Be !
and' vegetables! I I can also eat.Orern like. I I "Well" sold the Rhinoceros "I am I of butter; when soft add to pay more than their share of thearnings I Surprised : t'r'
corn, especially one and one-half cupfuls of stewedtomatoes
Jtold thut they have used uiy picture :
of those railroads
will even venture hear fOI'mhouses'so on the posters they have around town. and one-half cupful of ground operating
B1'o' get the corn that Is growing II I ham with one beaten egg. Cook until in Florida. This will also be the only

nearby. i I tI the egg Is cooked and pour over slices 'I' state in the Union where the old) basin WHEN YOU SEE DAN BOREE'S'

"1 run great. risks for green corn." of buttered toast ;; point system. of rate making obtains. NEW MODERN UP-TO-THE-MINUTE 4

So do I," said Ralph. I I fpj.I Ice Cream Torto.-Malie a white Every other state now enjoys 11 .

'I do. most of my marketing at I : cake, bake In a sheet and when cool mileage rate or its equivalent."Florida's if'
night' said Hobble cut In and put together with
squares last chance to before -
''Yes" I like the night time best" slices of brick Ice cream. Cover with appear Garage & Filling
the Interstate Commerce Commission
"In fn" I like the -
emu Kulph. t nighttime J whipped crenm and decorate with bits .
In connection with the class
better than the dlytlmelnY'IIY, of candled. fruit. I ,
though I am not wholly a night creaI I : Fruit ktall.-Tllke one.half cup rate case now being heard, to seek a

tur<- as the owl I Is." ful of grupefrult Juice add one-fourth lower basis for rates into Florida< !III Station {

The same Is true of me" said Hobble I I pf a cupful of lemon and! one pint at Asheville, N. C., during the latter ,

I I of grape juice-that from the catawba part of October. Are we going to

"Well, to continue my talk on food" I grape preferred. Chill and combinethe stand aside and let matters take their TO BE LOCATED ON CHERRY ST. ''

he iiilJ, "I ulways' like to wash my I b juices and just before serving add, course without a murmur? The finn)
fo 'and, lm\e It nice unri clean And : a quart of ginger ale. Serve at once
t In Iced glasses. i decision in this important case will WILL BE A GARAGE OF SERVICE

ufTect the pocketbook of every person

kLtA: ) in Florida, whether they be farmers.

"A Great Attraction." i _Q_ merchants or professionals Expert Mechanic '

"The Florida Traffic Association has

Of course they lime pictures of many recently been organized: with an experienced -

of us, but there arc always a gooil 1 b KDTCU rate man at the helm and

) % cJ. many In the picture : ll ia prepared to curry forward n )program To Serve YouWILL

"Now I have luul my picture made
: (A ijNJ( of _work that has for its main
i all by myself. I don't mean that I I
rGt purpose, the reduction of (the proposed I !
have made my own picture all by my ,
that ,the picture Copyright. 1'22. Wo.torn N.wlpopo, t'nton scale of rates into Florida and, the BE OPEN SOON. SPECIAL tl
self. But I menu !
In the poster l l" of mo alone No I adoption of the mileage scale its i is be BARGAIN FOR OPENING DAY. WATCH
Better It la that great souls should ply!
other iinlmnl Is with me. live In small habitations than that | ing applied to every other Southernstate. .

i Tin alone In my nwblu glory." tbjei' slaves. should burrow In a great I It further plans to include every FOR ANNOUNCEMENT.

"That sounds fine," said one of tin I I houBe -bplctetu: chamber of commerce or other

I bears, "hut It
,...,..1 "It moiiiiH'" u lot," said the UhlnoccroM I! 1 during operating cost and' by coordinating D. Boree

"for It menu that they think I'm ol Those who like codfish never tire ; tho work in one office better .

"A Regular Feast." I enough Importance to have u poster of It served, In a white sauce or In abutter results can be obtained. This will
given up entirely to me. Only mv sauce with baked,
I ''Ike to make It soft nod squashy picture Is on these ;IHh'rs-one picture Soak mean n larger .sphere of service' and.
I ;potatoes. the Huh, I.
toe. I have been brought up by my of me on each poster. e drain and pick It Into i would cost each chamber of commerce :
mother to do this." oilier with lot ,''a small sum In add!- !.
"There are posters flakes then add to ag very per
"Just as I have been" said Ralph. of you animals on them, but there Is JZI g;, white sauce made by using ;, tion they would, be contributing to the T-Tt.
"We're said! to be Intelligent Rhinoceros I l r : I 5jtA
very only OIHposter of the two tablespoonfuls I broader work and at the Home time : "
nld Robbie, "and I do believe we're with his picture\ alone on the poster"I I t.. of hot melted, butter would be getting n service that would 1 .; ;. a I
bright am Hoinethlng/ tlnit attracts people i stirred thick and cooked ,. '. e' .
'1 think It Is sensible of us to com to the elniw. In other words, I am o In two tablespoonfuls of ,' cost them .several thousand dollars -... ,.. VfJTnjW7TT'Hfi;' [ l

bark to the same hollow trees where great attraction all by myself. And! flour; when smooth and per annum to maintain individually )):';;;"- .% ;' r; l j W I f'

Ire make our dens and to do this un they speak of me as the only rhinoceros thick add one cupful of rich milk. Cook j' If necessary boards of county coin -: -. 'I.4.:. .
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til we're grown-up gentleman and lady of my kind! In any circus. They I until smooth ; nerve with baked pota- missioners would be asked, to share in ...' ." ''J. .'- .M.-V....."*:.- .oll.oi.._*. '
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raccoons. fine horns' and they know toes. A delicious reductions obtained ; ""- .". .' ,
speak i>f my met, most white sauce this expense, for any .. -.., w::;.. h .1-
'We wait until we're really grownup that Just. Knowing the picture of can be made using sour cream. The would naturally benefit every : "" n x' .
too. We don't consider, we're will bring people to the d rC\l!I. fish Is especially good with this sauce taxpayer of the state / ; ,:-rsiov; ;vxa '".
grown up when we're only a few "It Is a great honor. A very great Smoked Herring With Creamed jtl I' .
mouths old. We have to be a few honor. But I deserve It. Egge.-Cook six eggs until hard In the -_.; ...:: .oIrJ/.. .'" .. '"_,.j '.I'

years old to consider ourselves grownup "Now, the performing sen-lions, art shell. Make a sauce of two tablespoonfuls W. FISH FRY ***&. >._-.... ''*"i>rT" .'*:l, ''' ''IoI.If_..._
smart, the way they walk! on their each of flour and butter 6ne-half W. ,toi-io".I..: 2'- .".,
very '" uVi -
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balls spoonful of salt and two : ?
"Our dear mothers' suy they; like to hind flappers and balance undj I cupful ""<" .- .... d
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} bring up about four or six little raci play Instruments which make music of milk ; season with pepper and suit The local campV.. O. W. will havea -+'.'w"r '.1"l'.fI.tIat.;: : -!" '%'II"f..r..I.'"",,<'.I.i'1"! ...111... V ( ?,,

i coons a year. They say; they can do They run cllmt ladders and balance after cooking the butter and flour and fish fry on the night of Thursday, '-"-' i?'. 'zi'J4: ; if adikrlGt."p a t113f: "+;1 uJi.1I9i,

[ this:' and train them well." poles on their nosi-s. That Is, eacb addlntAthe milk Chop the egg whites Oct. 5th, at Ifeilbronn Springs, to t

'I suppose every one knows what we one can balance a pole on his nose' coarsely) and add to the sauce; pour' which the public generally is invited.

j look like" sold Ralph "with our I don't mean that any of them l han> over buttered toast. Rice the egg All Woodmen are requested to bring I l lfj

bushy' tails and our hind feet which more than one nose yolks over this, and finish each slice full baskets-other folks may do so "For Particular Men""JOHN

are lint on the ground like has been heated and dotted
course they aren't flat on the to them and! rewards them with with bit
for all hands. During the eveninga
ground unless we are walking on the goodies to eat .after they have don of butter. I C. ROBERTS" shoes
Codfleh Chowder, for members will be
campaign new
ground. That Is understood, olI trick. one pound
I course" walk on stilts and of salt codfish one and, one-half cup- pushed to the limit. There will also have in them all that the. particularman
"The (011
"Of course! ," sold Hobble. ride bicycles and, skate on roller skates fuls of sliced potatoes, one teaspoon- be addresses! by some of our local wants-style, appearance: '
ful of
powdered thyme, a dash of i
"And I Suppose every one knows and do many different tricks though pep. speakers that will int crest you. Come
comfort reasonable
per, two cupfuls of tomato Juice two prIce-and they "
[ that our tracks look very much like I don't believe they like to do all those and join us in a good time. ,
cnpfuls of milk two and one-hulf
[the tracks of a small child. I Cup' tricks and I don't blame them I wish rule of liter, a stalk of celery diced cup. J. W. MORGAN, are "All-Leather".
j pose they know too." make the bears! ride
they one-fourth of a cupful of onion diced. Clerk All Friends Camp No. 138.
"I don't Imagine do." said Hob- high bicycles.. It Is toe Be shoes .
those great Freshen the fish and cut In small I sure your are as carefully ,
[ble "as I've heard of people who havi dangerous and bears, were never meantto .
pieces. Cook the vegetables, seasoningand FURNITURE FOR REST ROOM OP selected hat suit etc "
said as your
: do such things. ,
water add the fish and milk
pre.lously CLUB: HOUSE
"Some child has been walking" "The sea-lions enjoy what they have heated and serve with crisped I Wear" John C. Roberts" shoes and.
(along here' and they have pointed to to do and It Isn't hard for them to do crackers. (
will have shoe satisfaction.
the tracks of "" Mrs N D. Wainwright, presidentof you
| one of our family. their tricks! but I don't like all those Codfish Souffle.One
cupful of
""'I'll'" said Italph, "It may have difficult tricks. the hears have to do shredded codfish two tablespoonfuls the Woman's" Club, has appointedMrs. "
"It Takes Leather Stand WeatlULEATH
been a child, but a raccoon child and "nut. oh the great Joy Is:' to be I of flour two tablespoon of butter, A. M Darby chairman of a committee to ,d

I :; Dot a little boy or a little girl. Bui rhinoceros, and to have a nice keeper a few dashes of pepper, three eggs to solicit furniture for the restroom

iJ:f hat soy you to another meal now' and to have one's picture on a poster one teaspoonful of minced parsley two of the new club house.

1-, .I've got my spring appetite\ "" with not another picture of any other cupfuls of milk, one cupful of soft A baby crib and mission chair has' I.. a
:, "So have I," agreed Hobble. creature on the poster I" bread crumbs and
a teaspoonful of been donated, and the club would like 0 e /

_.. onion Juice. Make a white sauce as I for !some one to give a mission", table, .
Funny Way to Spell. above, freshen the codfish
Terrible----Jimmy. by son king,
rocking chair and a day bed. Anyone
; James went to movie theater wlttUs
1, a Jimmy somewhat of a braggart then rinse well and flake; add to the J
Aunt Florence. ,who will b was telling his father and mother 01) white sauce Separate the yolks and
',l j He bad been In "school' but a shont his experience while out camping."All whites of the eggs and beat each light this appeal, can communicate with )

.f me and wan learning to spell Hi at once I stepped right on I stir In the yolks add seasonings then Mrs. Emily Philips, who Is in chargeof

,'llo} w only about a dozen word, bin rattlesnake" he began. fold I In the whites. Pour Into a but the collection of furniture
pe knew those well. There was a title
tered baking dish! and cook
did know It was a rattlesnake thirty
j' IIIown upon the screen that contained "How Jimmy you?" asked his father skeptlcally. minute Surround the dish with hot Lee Burrows Is still employed at the
illle word "worse." water and serve from the souffle dish Starke Vulcanizing Works. lie has

r James' said' : "Oh. say Aunt FlorsesnceIsn't "I could. hear its teeth chatterln not been employed by any railroad as C. L. HODGES STARKE
that a funny way to speC .
1 nborae,' with a w'" the minute lie BUW me. w :

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i o their Kinjrsloy lake cottages)
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.' J ----- ------ I Lester Allen, of Wnycross, Ga., was
; WC'k: I the weekendtuest of his parents, ,
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I Interesting facts Gathered During the by Our
i Mr.\ and Mrs R. It. Allen. Mrs AI- I :
I Regular. Corretpondenis.r This Bank Stands Guard
I len, who has been spending
f1T f1\I .. __--- .. I days here, returned homo! with himMonday. t' '
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Ceaselessly Protecting
LAKE HUTLEK G. M. Beville l tats been on the sick Deputy Sheriff Robt. ShnckU-ford -.J': ,
I" list for the past week, but is now ableto of Jacksonville, was a business visitor
\ Lake Butler! Sept 22.-IlarneyVarncs b
l of Johnstown, was in town John Pinholster, of LaCrosse, was l! AndrE'w- rews, of Highland spent O l1uarr""

; 1'tle1day. n, business visitor. here Friday after. 'Saturday and Sunday in Lawtey. "
J. Ai\ .- Caldwell, of Jasper, was a noon. bank stands guard
:Robert Hammitt, of Jacksonville This Bank' has the
I prospered on t confidence
visitor her $Saturday. K. T. McDavid and daughter, Ivey, ceaselessly providing your
Rev. Barnes, of Waterook, was intown" of Cooter Pond, were visitors hero rents cpent, ,:Rev.lait! and week Mrs.\ hero J. C.with Hammitt.his par- funds with protection engendered by its convenience and safety f f features.
]Jlomly.Mra. last Wcdpesday.
I SaunderB!, of Gainesville, spent Prof. A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville, i 1 P. TJ. Dinkins, of Jacksonville, visited It has always been our aim to add to

I. f I '.' (I, Tuesday the guest of Mrs. Mattie was a visitor here one day of lastweek relatives here Sunday. these whenever possible and to ever be on the
JIavkee. | Dorsey HlgKinbothnm, of Maxville,
i. I I t P. U. Pndgctt visited tile city metropolls / W. ]M.\ Holder and son, of Mounte- wiis transacting!: businossHn! Jown on lo "out for chance of improvement.We I
ncha business visitors here last Frldny.Mr. .
f Saturday. were
/I I Dirk Davie, of }o'lyeIile!\ was utI Wednesday ( ) and. Mrs. Everett Eennett, of ,. have provided in every way for ih, I

'l I i tending,: to business In town Tuesday W. Crews spent Thursday transacting Highland, were /guests of relatives in' e safety of funds intrusted to us. '
Wilshlre Brooks of Providence, business in Alachua. I
; 1110'I town Sunday.
l.. << I ; tored to Lake Butler Monday. Mr. and ]Mrs.\ I. W. Pinholster, Mrs.I. !1 Sheriff W. J. Hpporson, of Starlce, Recently, we hav added a new link I 1" II''
t i Messrs J. J. Coldon and Preston L. Pinholster and Willie Mae 0111- business visitor to Lawtey Fri
'i was a = this chain in safety-insured checks.
Williams, of Now River: motored( to ver were visitors to LaCrosse Thurs-

'I !t{ !: Lake Cutler Tuesday day afternoon. day.Albert Jennings, of Jacksonville, ,,,, feri_ Every depositor of! the Bank of Starke is I I1iiS
W. II. 'Shnllnr and son, of Providence Services next Sunday:! at the FreeWill '
motored to Lake Butler --Tues Baptist church.- On account of was in town Monday.T. fic tively protected against loss through fraudulent '
I. f day. the pastor being away, Rev. C. S. Mc- T. Blackburn and Bunk Wilker- ;: I Ipf I'
; : Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle left Monday Clellan will fill tho regular appoint Ron, of Maxville, were transacting alteration of lusJ checks. j I
t for Ocala where she will tench In tho ment. business here Monday.
i i. :, I t of the which banks have heretofore taken in
Ocala ItiKh( School. I I II IJ F. A. An
J I I Harry Long, of Five Mile, motored transacting business hero Saturday relatives here Sunday. their 'clients, there has always existed the possibility of fraudulent alteration .. I
'( to Lake Butler Tuesday afternoon. W. R. Swanbom, of Cocoa, spent the I!
}; J. L. Brown-; Mlller. motored, to Claude Crosby, of New River, spent week-end here with his parents, Mr. in personal checks, but this problem has now been practically solved b,,'

Lake Butler Tuesday the wi'fk-end here with homefolks. and Mrs\ A. Swanbom. the unusual feature which In
offering. Su-
protective we are now adopting
( Itev. Eubnnkfl of; Lake City, was G. W. Lnrrnmoro, of St. Petersburg Mrs M. K. Edw'ards and Mrs J. C.
greeting friends in town last week. in here on a visit with relatives. Adkins and children visited relativesin per-Safety Insured checks for our bank we are in position to offer, free of

John Frnlick. one of Providence' Mrs R. :A. Weeks and children, who Starke Thursday!
check bond of I each
insurance with
I ( charge a $ ,000 to depositor a checking
i JnrogresBive( farmers, motored to Lake hove pent the past two months at Frank Greene, of Wildwood, spent ,
,. 1 ) Butler Tuesday. Kingsley lake, returned home Mon-\ : several I days here last week the !truest!! account, whereby he is protected to the face value of the bond from fraudu-
Mrs. Mattie Markee is visiting: of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Uinkms
lay.G. lent alteration of his checks.
{l' I I' !' :friends in Jacksonville this week. W. Hazen: and A. B. Surrency Proto Ernest Thornquest, of the personal _

I I bliss Phnw\ hud the misfortune, to were visitors to the county seat Tues Lawtey school, spent the weekendat This bond is issued by the Hartford Accident & Indemnity Company. We shall be glad to explain
I break her while cranking on Starke. !
nmi nu- his home in
day.E. in detail; the of this service only of the but
merits new not to new customers bank to such old customers "i
; tomcbile. T. Stewart and son, Paul, were Alonzo Strickland of Kingsley lake,
I Mrs. D. W. forum e"tprtnlnpr'll1st. visitors to OluBtce Saturday. was transacting business in" town may be desirous of receiving this free service. We suggest that lOU call and learn in detail the advantage \I

,T.... : Monday afternoon in honor of her son, S. \V. Goolsby, of Cooter Pond 1\ I D. W. Jr.'s fifth birthday. Quite i\ here: Tuesday enroute to Starke. B. Shaw, of Brooker, was the 1
y number of HUla folks]) enjoyed this \ Mrs. II. C. Clemons, of Miami, whois guest Sunday of E. J. Roberts.'

;\.t. '{,- merry occasion and after many games here on a visit, fall Friday< nightat Lonnie Moseley of Clay Hill, visit Bank of
: were played, cream and cake were I the home of P A. Crosby:!, bruisingher : .. ed relntites'here Saturday nnd' Sun- Starke
.; : nerved \ right leg; and knee considerably.Dr. day. .
u 'r v I Dr. and Mrs J. M. Mann has as Bishop) of Alachua is attendingher Rev Louis Donnerly, of Stnrko, was -- ,
: f I their guest this week, her father, Mr. and,1 reports her condition as not in town Sunday enroute to Kverjrrren

: Howard, of Miller., serious. She is now at the home of Baptist church, where he will conduct! The Bank of Helpful Service
I 1\J rA. Boney Driggers is ill at her I'' W. Pinholster, Jr. revival services!! during this!' week.
I homo in East Butler. Mrs. F. Hines and daughter, of George F. Young was transacting!
i' hl.lac! Nriggers! Is ill At this Mounteocha, were visitors here/ the business\ in Jacksonville Thursday. E. S. MATTHEWS, President (;EO. C. WHITE, Cashier

writing first of the week. Nearly every home in this com-
: Mrs, C. 11') VarnoB, of Five Mile, R. A. Weeks spent the weekend munity was represented at the Primitive -- -- -:-.II
was the guest,: of her sister, Miss Marshall : with his family at Kingsley lake. Baptist church in the Vanderbilt
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Ben Duke and (ion, Dewy of Five the week-end here. A. M. Blanchard. spent Friday at .
Mile, were business visitors to Lake J. L. Peek, of Starke, was a promi- Kingsley. I

a I 1'utler Saturday. nent visitor to our town last week. l?. B. Moseley was a visitor to Hawthorne Alachua C unty's Foremost Shopping Center== = 1
Math Dukes of Five Mile, was ate Mrs. Emily Baxter is spending this Saturday.

tending! to business in town r.Ion.tay.Ir8. : week with her daughter, Mrs. A..1. I F'. II. Long, of Starke, was transacting !'
:Mrs. H. S. Miller, of Miller\ spent.. Pinholster, of LnCrosso.LAWTEY!! business town Saturday Shop Through Our Mail Order Department.
Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Hires
George!!, Miller\ of Miller, was greeting HAMPTON .
friends in town Monday morning. <'ffl
,,,, Mrs. Hatchel and mother, Mrs.' Lnwtey, ,Sept. 22.-Mrs. W. A. liar. Hampton, Sept. 22.-R. M_ Faver,
} Hires, have rented rooms in the Sprinkle rott and daughter, of Gainesville! of Jacksonville, has purchased! the u t & /hrhH rz2kkoTh
bungalow and are at home to their spent Sunday at the home of her barber shop) of P. J. I'earco and Is
). friends.Marcus. mother, Mrs. M. K. Edwards. running the business in the same loca 7... i
v k tickle! spent Sunday at his George F. Young went to Iliinipton tion.
home At Five Mile, 'I Sunday. Mr"!' Brannen and daughter, Jessie II I
j. Rev. Doyle nail family, of Tampa, T. J. Terry was transacting business May, ot Jacksonville, were tho guests
.ii' 1 I arrived in the city last week They I' in Slarke Friday. of Mrs.\ Brnnnen's mother, Mrs. M. E.Manaire Largest Stock of Ladies' Ready-to-wear Dry Goods and i'
I I y will bo at the home of Judge and I R6v. nnd Mrs J. E. Kelly, of Glen this week. ,

I I Mrs. A. C. Strickland until the pns- St. Mary, spent Sunday here with rel- Dr. Parks, of Starke, was a visitor Notions in Central Florida. !
::' tprium is ready for use. Rev. Doyle atives. Rev. Kelly supplied the pul- here Monday.Lee iI i
,1 J)1'elll'hod Sunday morning and evening pit at the Methodist church, South, at Clayton, who has been the I 1

'I. ,: 'nt the Baptist ehurehVo welcome the morning service guest of relatives in F'ort"rayne. Ala., -:: -- ---r: -- :---.-___ _. ---- .-- ----- -- '----- ,
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:if. uiis family to our town. Mrs. son, returned here Sunday.
a 1 Col. and Mrs. Joe'Hill Williams are rie, were visitors to Jacksonville Tues R. ))1.r. Dowling, of Pompano, has 100 itimulno rrounwalve 0'iiI YOU CAN STILL SAVE THAT $12.50The
,!;r-'/ receiving congratulations over the been visiting his son, E. J. Dowling. n Suiwrb CvcrlMurlnir I'lanU duIIv..d -
day.W. ? to your dour at
-l ; birth of a daughter, born the 14th W. Baisden and family, of Mrs C. B. Allen, who has been the vt : / \ forma: for 0 our praixirlilnntinji Tampa Business College is obliged to organize the Second I-,tl''
IT t '.'l. inst. Starke, were in town Sunday. J truest> of Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen, has ju2 Writ folder.. coov dtvcrlbinw. of more fourcc.lor Term opening/ Oct. 1. The reduction of 12.50 on life scholarship offered WIt:
Arthur Grime returned to St. Pe- returned to her home than. 8D varietlca! of plant. hold good this term. This old institution for bankim .
O. <'. W A I.Ltlt: A IIROS. bookkeeping, auditing,
) BROOKER I tersburg Saturday, after spending n Miss\ Vern Long, of Campville, was JVIJSO.IA. ARK.hyretli.li shorthand and touch typewriting, offers the latest and best approved cow
i I- week here with his parents, Mr. and the guest of Mrs. K. B. Watterson of study. It bAS made more improvements Ulan other colleges by addini,
r Brooker, Sept. 2-.-Fred Union an Mrs. Enoch Giiflls. Saturday. I WATERMILL complete supply of Burroughs Bookkeeping Machines, Calculating Machm 1
r."i\, i R. A. Weeks were visitors to Gainesville Col.! and Mrs! A. Z. Adkins and children !- Mrs. W. P. Dirt and daughter, Elor- and other modern oflice devices.! You will get the best at this school, >
I Thursday afternoon. of Starke, visited relatives here/ Belle who have been visiting here scholarship the
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/ "Watermill Sept. 22.-News was re- covers entire course' We get you o position as soon a- \
Marvin Ila/.en, who has been visiting Sunday. returned1 to their home at Louise, last ceived here last week of the injury of graduate--no waiting. Get our 1922 catalogue and arrange for your coll'i
r i his cousin: It. S. TIazen, of Tallahassee Penny Dlnkus Is spending a few Thursday.Mr. F. E. Drown in a train wreck between c'ouree at once.
1 for the past week, has return days in Sanderson this week. and Mrs. B. Haynes, who have Washington and Baltimore Sunday TAMPA nUSINESS; COLLEGEThe
I' ed home V. )Morris, of Jacksonville, a representative been of his parents, returnedto Accredited School of the ,
n guests morning! Sept. 3rd. The train on State. L. M.\ Hatton, President, Tampa, Fl! i ij
.: Z. V. Russ and son, Francis, were ,'| of the Times-Union, was their home in Winter Haven this!' which Mr. Brown was traveling had .
visitors! to Guilford Saturday transacting business hero Friday. ---------- ---- ---- --- ------ -'
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t I Mr. )Matthews} of Lake City, was a Mrs. Ed Il-nines and granddaughter< II. B. Wiggins and children, of here a fast Pennsylvania train crashed 1 r+j To Cure a ColJ .n <;'O i iI c.- ---.1 no Worms in a Healthy Child
I business: visttor here Friday. returned to their home in Jacksonvilld Starke, were visitors here Monday. into it, n foggy; irning" obscuring I Take t.'AxATI'CnRnMO I Ol'iN. ? u fT- ...u children. troubled with Worms !have an ntImlthy J'
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a \" Miss Thelma Thomas, who ia teaching Thursday, lifter spending, a few days Rev. Redgrave will preach' the the view. A large number of other I.I I in the school here spent the' week with relatives. Christian church'noxt Sunday. passengers were seriously hurt and : GPOVE-S TASTELESS CHILL TONIO sjv?o r< ...atarly '
.d I end with honiefolks at Cooter'Thond. Lonnic Prescott, of Highland, was Milton Tolbert, of Lake Geneva, were taken to the hoopitnl. j Miss\ Ollie JIarr\ of Mnxville was for two or three week. will caricii the blood "
Improve the dUestioa.and! act a*a general Streniltnnlnri
t Arden CrVteby, of Brooklyn, spent in town on business Thursday.Rev. entered school here Monday.J. Mr. :Brown had just spent four i a visitor here Sunday. Tonic to the whola iy tem. Helium wUI turn
+ i I-. the week-end here at the homo of his Will Moody and Henry Mar- F. Johnson was a business visl- weeks here with his people and was Mrs. David Lang and Mr. and Mrs. throw, off or dlnpel u I'lcaaPotto75CperbottW the worms 'adtheCblldWlllhettourfactbea" !
I parents Mr. and Mrs P. A. Crosby. kee, of Brooker, were week-end visitors to rto Valdosta Saturday. returning to Panama to take up his I Richard Lang motored to Starke Sat
Dr J. Bishop!' of Alachua, made! at the homo of E. J. Roberts.Mr. I B. J. Prevatt, of Starke, was the work in the U. S. navy. I urday. I JTp"hy notice 1 I. Klwn NOTICE thnt,..on the SBtn oar

several calla* here last week. and Mrs. E. E. Burney and children !- guest of his sister, Mrs. J. F. John Pine Hill school In charge of Mss' I G. W. Parker, Jr., left Monday for I! of will October.apply to A.the P Honorable 1DJ2. "we A.the V. IInleraf..eot Lonir. )Judut'of .
Messrs. P. M. Barefoot and R. I. spent Sunday with relatives at son, Sunday. Lydia Groover, of Graham, has a fine Jacksonville, where he expects to be ha Llahth JudiciAl Circuit of FlorMu. In .
Ostccn, Misses Mina\ Andreu and. Inez J-ong Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Loflyn, of Virginia, nnd fur Hrndfon] county in his ofTtei In the
attendance! and is progressing nice- located for several! months.W. City of Falalka, Putnam County. Florida at
Abernathy attended services at Miller )Mrs. Joseph Starling and son, of lire guests ot Mr. and :Mrs.V.. n.I ly. I G. Crew9"Avas a visitor to Starke on. o'clock p. ..... on add day or M soontherrarter
u w' ] Sunday. Jacksonville, are spending a few days! Jackson this week. and -
Mr. and Mrs.V.. I. Hodge and Sunday. incorporating ua and our nuoelarn
Several] of the young folks hero with relatives tills week. i I-I W. P. Dirt, of Alachua! county, was daughters. Creasy and Melbrec, are I Mrs. It. C. Wimberly returned Friday Florida. Into under a the body following oorpomte artlclee of the of State incorporation ef
a spent last, Wednesday! afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Anderson were a business!' visitor hero Monday. suffering from intlul"nzltbls week. from a visit with relatives In : FTENRY MITCHELL,
t t r Hampton Beach. visitors to Starke Friday. I, P. J. Pearce and family and Mrs. Jacksonville. Wm. FLOWERS
Mrs\ Fannie Simms, of Bell Is here Max Wimberly and sister, Miss Lillian Geiger\ were transacting busl- HIGHLAND A. RANDALL.,
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Austin, of Maxville, flatted t W. A. ROSP!:,
; visiting her sister! Mrs., Ida Rainey. Winifred of Highland,. spent Saturday ness!! in Starke :Monday.Mr. relatives here Sunday.W. TOM McrTRIDE.ALLFN :.
'' Roswell Ward, of Jacksonville, is here with friends nnd Mrs. S. M. Simmons, of Highland Sept. 22.-Rev. J. F. Con- M. Austin was a business visitor JERRY PARKS.SPEF.D.
% :here visiting>his mother, Mrs. L. P. Mrs. J. C. Adkins and children, of I Citia, are guests of her parent, Mr. I' way of Green Cove Springs, held reg- to Starke Monday. L R., T.C. BROCKfNGTOi BOOOS. .
I Ward, and at this waiting Is ill with Gainesville, spent last week at the I find Mrs' P. B. Hunt. 'I ular monthly services at the Baptist Some good rains the past few days: \MtJEI. ONEAL. tMILES
', + fever. home of her mother, Mrs. M. E. EJn"tm C..'o. 1:'. Young, of Lawtey, was a church Saturday and Sunday morn have put our strawberry growers to JAMES ROHINSn'X THOMPSON,
%;k L. A. Johns, of Alachua was a vis I business visitor here this week.J. work, setting and MARY GREEN;
ur--e r 1ttMNfchinf4.ea" ings.Mr. resetting plants. ETTIE THOMPSON.R.
sp Itor to our town Sunday. I W. Llnnton and family have Joen and :Mrs.' D. E. Debb and children I Friends of Mrs. John Austin will W WASHINGTON..
vitality An: 'neawv std FERMXN
x,' Mrs. Emma Brown, of Lake City, oy ted in the Miller cottage east ot: the be Ll'/2lyt '
aolnuatha blood Viu I u juoafc.!4'1 U"'JO spent Sunday relatives at glad to learn she is improving after I JONES.
? ,> ,.r is here on a visit with relativee.k. ...t....1 ivyuiut.;.u v-- I'' leu ...... I school building v l\Ia xville. I a severe illness. CHARLEY W H THOMPSON CLARK.' .

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