Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02144
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 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: UF00027795:02144
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Monday afternoon, Sept. 23th: about I The carnival given last Friday by '
Entire Atlantic Fleet Has 4 o'clock, the sod news spread that the Woman's Club of Starke was a William Schrock, n farine of Listle,, J.i :':
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CONFEDERATE I Been Hushed to Mediterranean Perry Dover, one of Starke's prominent I great success both from the standpoint Pa., entered his poultry house one INDICTMENTS : .
1 I men, had breathed his last. !\Ir.1 I of taking attractions and froma morning recently and discovered that '
i A new war which threatens to embroil Dover had been well until a day before I financial standpoint. The sum of 30 of his choice fowls had disappeared ; : ;
VETERANS HELD I considerable clear of all lie found large leather wallet ARE RETURNED .
a part of Europeand his dei\th. After returning. from the I $242.43 was made expenses. a (
Asia: now threatens as the resultof post office Sunday afternoon he became ; on the floor under a window whero the .. i\\ t ,
the critical condition in the Near violently ill from" acute indigestion," The four finance! committees, under i miscreant evidently had entered. On ..1 "r. (
OCTOBER. 18-19 East, following the utter rout of the accompanied by paralysis, and all the the chairmanship of Mrs. A. Z. Ad- opening the wallet Schrock was amazed TOTAL OF 214 BY GRAND JURY ,
Greek army by the Turks in Asia Mi efforts of skilled physicians to try to I kins, Mrs. E. E. Canova, Mrs. S. L. to find it packed full of bills. The PROBING KILLINGS:. AT THE I : J I
IIES-l nor, and the capture andthe burning save his life were fruitless. I Peek and Mrs DoWitt C. Jones, did man who took his chickens had left LESTER STRIP :MINE tf
'I i LAIIASSEE HAS BEEN:. of the city of Smyrna by the Moslems In the death of Mr. Dover Starke excellent work. The community kitchen behind '$!>00 in good United States ,
NATED MEETING: (; PLACE under Kemal Pasha. Great Britain I loses a valuable citizen who was ever under the management of Mrs. J. currency. Marion, III.., Sept. 2t.: -The special '/
FOR VETS THIS: YEAR taking decisive steps to keep the for progress. Being a successful! business I R. Davis, trove some good shows and. Schrock permitted it to n'omoknown grand jury Investigating the twenty'f', .1..
I Turks out of Constantinople and Europe men, his advice on public questions realized the sum of $26.00. that ha had lost 30 chickens, two killings at the Lester strip mine r \,
llahassee, Sept. 2L.Col., W. A'I and to keep open the Dardanellesand was sought and appreciated. He I Among the attractive stands. was but that the thief had left n wellfilledwallet June 21 and 22, today returned 152 indictments .' )
H *, adjutant general and chief of I the Bonporous, faces a holy war was a man of strict probity and that I tho Japanese tea garden, where young behind. A few days later a bringing tho total1 to 214. ''\ ,'t
at the Florida Division, United I which may even include a revolutionin quality, besides his kindness and geniality : ladies wearing Oriental costumes, claimant for the money communicatedwith nm,,-in a partial report censured the W't ,
derate Veter. ns, has, by direc- India. I made him universally liked and i served; tea, sandwiches, ire cream! ,I I SchrockThe owner, who is well)) "state administration, Adjutant General 1 J j ,,
n >f Major-General J. II. Harp, of I i All the European< nations are vitally respected. He was also one of the I cuke and-rajuly. Those in costume knowntin the neighborhood, admitted Black, of Illinois, Sheriff Melvin '.11'i (
i recent City, commanding the Flor- i' affected by the latest events in largest property owners In the city. were Mrs, C. }'. Hoover, Misses Iris I I that he had taken the chickens! and Thaxton" of Williamson and locafpo- I v.
ii. .h ring ieien, (issued the following con-I the Near East, but Great Britain Is I Perry Dover was born in Grover, N. Epperson, Clara Mae Shl'pardIar! cooly informed Schrock that he hud lice. I J
the state reunion to be held, taking the lead to bar the way of the'Kemalistll.toConstantinople.Thl C>, July 1, 1850, being thus at his guret Long, Vivirette Floyd nnd Margaret lost his wallet "somewhere about the The jury after making its report, 1
illahassoo October 18 and 19 ) I death over 66( years of age. Ills parents 'Godwin, of Lawtey. henhouse." recessed Until October 211.;: ,
General Order :No.-'; 3 I throne of King Constantine, of Greece were John and Marimla Dover. In The negro minstrel show was a very After identifying;; his property, he "The atrocities and cruelties of the 4 '
imradcs of the. Florida Division, whose troops! are in mutiny after their 1881 i he married Miss Elizabeth: Bell, ; popular tent, under the direction of''( stated that he was perfectly willing murders," the report emphasized, Ii:
V. V.: I defeat at the hands of the Turks, Is and to this! union seven children were I! Mrs. Nolle Hughes, with the following I that Schrock take out a reasonable I are beyond tho power of worms; to de- '
ur commander has accepted. the tottering, and his! abdication is frl'elypredil'ted. born, two of whom died in infancy. In girls blacked. to a finish: Elizabeth sum for the chickens and send the remainder ,scribe. ,;, ; ;,7 1
cation of Anna Jackson Chapter, Russia is said to be aidingthe 18)2!) he became a widower and, remained H "''I'
( '! to him. Schrock, however, 1 is I
: Andrews, Florence Andrews, Elizabeth "A mob 1 is always cowardly, but the u
I ). ( and of the citizens of Tar ]- Turks, war-like 8 pirit is increasing so until 1905: when he married I Kendrick Ruth Sternberg, Mary,. of a different mind. ThC confesmxl savagery of this mob In its relentless b1' $f I Ihrutality
ssee to hold out next annual re- in the Balkan states and the Mrs. Mary McLcod. His most active ""J I.j
I chicken thief to tho farmer
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Canova, Lucile 'Johns, Inez Hodires, ,Is almost unbelievable The
i n m Tallahassee! and the dates Arabs are threatening to join the I years he spent as a merchant. In the Mildred Colson and Guisio Mae Den will I not dicta to the terms. Either he indignities heaped upon the dead did t b ,;.
for meeting will be October Turks Russians unless early part of 1911 became, to Florida,
our or Mesoptnmln (
will for bin crime according to thelaw ,.
I nett. "Movin' Day" was sung! and, pay not end until their bodies were interred -
l' and 19, next. I and Palestine are restored to them by and after a short res'idence at Hampton acted by thin jolly crowd. I or he will settle with Schrockfor in unknown graves." t
pon the shoulders of division, brii.iat the British. I he moved with his family to all damages done during the chicken- 'IfF,
Interpretive dances were gracefully The jury returned a total of forty-
and camp commanders, and their I British Fleet Sails i Starke, where. he has resided! ever stealing tour.S. '
mfiutants, rests the life of our organization The entire Atlantic division of the since. done by Elise Jones, Harriet Bitch, foUl indictments for murder, fifty J !t
Miriam Ortagus Mildred Gill, Lillian eight for conspiracy to commit murder :
and appeal to them to The deceased is survived by His .
we British fleet has been ordered to the R. JOHNS JIC., CELEBRATES
stimulate interest in it, to the end I Mediterranean. Droadnuughts battle ,- widow, one son, G. P. Dover of Ta- Sternberg, 'Thelma Snellgrove, BIRTHDAY fifty-eight for rioting and fifty .
conite Minn. four !Mrs. R. Hazel Middleton, with Miss Ailelia four for assault to murder.
tha the attendance at our approaching cruisers, destroyers air croft carriers daughters, -
convention may be a full one, and I and even submarines will be C. Whisnant, of Clover, S. C., Mrs. A. Doan, of Waldo, as director. The Rose Saturday afternoon S. ?. J IYneir? The report stated 'a telegram from to, >E i'
that this, our forty-second reunion, concentrated in the Sea of Marmora to G. Hinson of Tolu, Ky., Mrs. F. F. Dame, Spring and The Awakeningwere celebrated his seventh birthday anniversary John L. Lewis, president of the United ff .
ma- be marked by a degree of enthusiasm I defend Constantinople, constitutingthe Flume, of Starke, and I\Irs''IR. W. the numbers interpreted.A I by giving a party at the home Mine Workers of America, was one ',
and fraternal affection-of comrade greatest battle fleet assembled! by Mills, of Jacksonville. He also leaves general carnival spirit pervadedthe : of" his parents, !Mr. and Mrs. S. R. of tbo causes of the rlofc.! The telegram -
for comrade-second to none in Great Britain since the early days of ,, the following brothers and 'sisters to town, and it was exceedingly : Johns, on N. Walnut street. wall to State Senator William ._ 1- x
thE history of our gatherings.The the World War. I I survive him: Willie Dover, of Grover, amusing! to see dignified men and I The young' host received' numerous Sneed, a district president of the min W
city of Tallahassee will be our That the combined forces of the I N. C., George Dover, of Texas, and, women acting as spielers! keepers of I I gifts from his guests, and tho after- ers' union, and declared the union men
hoBi and its richly merited reputationfor British navy and air forces alone will Mary IlardinW Grover, N. C. side shows, which were only witty noon passed very happily with games "are justified la treating thin! crowdas
hospitality, we are assured, willbi I be able to deal with the Turk single- The funeral services, conducted by sells and dispensing delicious! home. and refreshments, ice cream and cake an outlaw organization and In-
conspicuously maintained. Full of handed, should France and Italy hesitate Dr. J. J. Bullen, of the First Baptist made eats of chicken pilau, salads, ice being served at the close of the after viewing Its members in the same lightas
traditions of a glorious past, the only to co-operate, is the belief of officials church of Starke, were held at the t'a. hot coffee, ice cream, rake ami noon. they do other common strike break- i F
i-afital of the Southern states which I i in London. Already large forces Dover residence on West Madison, "hot dog." Tho little people enjoying this party era" This telegram was, posted at.
was not occupied by federal troops of marines and artillery detachments street at 3 p. m. Tuesday, after which Giving a baby away, under the management were Sara Hope and Georgia various places, the, report declared, i ,
during the civil war, there will he I from Malta have been debarked the remains, escorted by a long procession ft Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, created Ilaynes, Louise and Julian Peek, Jr., and shortly afterward the strip mines ?'
found many objects of interest to ed at the straits. These, i it is believed / of mourning friends, were 'i a sensation, and i had to be seen Beatrice Johns? Wall, Jr., Lillian was attacked, after hardware stores ? yy
'heriah and renew the holy members I able to cope with the nationalists carried to the depot, to bo" forwarded'to to be appreciated. Hand bill were and,l Ben Dir'ie Eloise and had Linen rifled for firearms and weapons. ,
.>' ur great struggle. A visit to Na- should they advance to the neu- Grover, N. C., for They'I scattered over town IIlyingSee\ Ip- Dorothy Ritch, enl Jon Brown, I! "Tho weapons' were either taken F '
ura bridge, where was fought the derisive tral zone. With the big !guns of the funeral arrangements were tha at the carnival. When one paid Merrill Futch, Paul Knight Junior by force or upon the verbal assurance r
battle which saved our capital fleet backing the> army forces, British of D. C. Jones, funeral director. The their admission fee and entered the McDonald!, 'it March 6, 1865, is staged for the military officials are confident. that deceased, having been a prominent tent, they saw only an innocent white June Bullen, Leslie Biggs, Lois Long, them," the report amplified. .
second day. Kemal, without outside assistance, Mason, the following members of the. rabbit, and the sentence above him, Mary Urownlee, Martha, Brownlee, Among those indicted today were ,
All regret; that our utmost efforts! will hesitate to begin hostilities.! local Masonic lodge honored his mem- "It pays to advertise." Fcnella and Louise Snyder, Margaret Hugh Willis, district board.) memberof
have failed to obtain favorable rates France Stand. Aloof ory by their presence: G. M. Inman, Miss Elmo.\ Robinette B'a' palmist Anna Hart, Evelyn: and 1 Marjorie the Illinois mine workers, who was }
from the transportation< companies, France, who is was believed at first L. G. Powell, F. L. Turner, R. A GreenF. told the pant, present and future of Stump, Joe Edwards, Jr., Mary Ca charged with murder and assault to
but the veterans will be taken care of I would co-operate with England, now F. Stump C. II. Sistrunk L. W. her clients in a very clever manner; nova. commit murder, and Will Davis, secretary -
,in the homes of the citizens, and Tallahassee stands in a neutral position, feeling, KIckllter, Harold C. Wall, J. W. An- and G. M. Inman, the noted real estate of sub-district No. 10 of the m A
has ample garage: facilities.No it is said that Great Britain plans a drews, Jr., W. II. Green and Lou C.Cashutt. man, distinguished himself as a AND THE CAT CAME: BACK miners' union, who was", charged with t
f The six Masons first i named f
survived which will strengthen murder.
nation of
people ever one-man coup I spieler and auctioneer. t
who failed to keep alive anti chejrish her position in the Near EaR English acted as pall bearers. Beautiful floral Besides tnese attraction!) there werea Early last year two ladies living in The report directed attention to the ,
the traditions of the past. Let us, emissaries have gone to Paris to mementoes accompanied the casket. number of other shows and salon the northern portion of Starke, adopted fact that Sheriff Thaxton Is a memberof
therefore, meet in Tallahassee in Oc- attempt to reconcile French opinionand The following went with the remains that helped to swell th. grand total of a black and white kitten. Tom was the miners' union, and Is also a j ''-
toher, there to.renew our vows of love I show the French that the safety to be present at the interment: the proceed-, $212.43. well fed and petted and waxed won- candidate for county treasurer and ." i,
for each other, and of undying loyaltyto of Europe depends upon keeping the Mrs. Perry Dover, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. derfully In size and strength. It was that "either because of loyalty to the
the grand basic principle of self- Turks from Constantinople and regaining Flume, Mr.\ and Mrs. R. W. Mills, THE VETERANS' MEETINGThe then found that his ancestors must union or from fear of injuring his ,
government for which all of us suffered a foothold In Europe. Mrs. S. E. Ritch. have lived in Kilkenny, for ho savagely candidacy, tho sheriff would make no a J'
in our struggle: to maintain it and Italy, too, has adopted a "handoft' ,,- Much sympathy is felt in Starke meeting of-J. J. Dickison Camp I: fought\ every feline that wandered demand foe troops, nor did ha take
for which our brothers died. policy and has remained !ailent to and neighborhood for,, the bereaved No. 1017 U. C. V., took place) at the to the place, and as cuts are plentifulin adequate measures to preserve the. t e 1
Your commander is pleased to announce fhn .invitation.. ...__. of England. to aid In I relatives. courthouse Wednesday forenoon. It that neighborhood, there was no peace." The sheriff, the report stated, J _t.
that the following ladies have the defense of the neutral zone. Both I was called to order by W. T. Weeks, sleeping nights. With great reluc- could! not have been unaware that an
consented to serve on his sponsorial! France and Italy are said to favor Fear Holy War captain commander, then followed by tance the ladies decided. to get: rid of attack on the strip mine wnl being '
|>s"tnfT, and by the grace of their presence I moral persuasion rather than force In The fear of a holy war, with its attendant prayer by Chaplain L. W. Klckliter, Tom, and on July 25, 1921, ho was contemplated."The ,
and charm of manner will add maintaining the International character horrors and massacres, in ever after which the minutes of last meetIng given to a Peggy train man, to be I I state administration undoubtedly
to the pleasure of the occasion. lIe ''I of the straits. High officials, in piesent in the Near East where were read and approved.The turned loose somewhere south of the I realized the (acute situation by
commends! them tp your care and consideration Paris and, Rome are said to feel that fanatical lenders lire constantly exhorting following. comrades were present Santa Fe river sending to Williamson county Col.
: I the present precipitate military \and! their followers to kill the', : W. T. Weeks John Croft,' S: F' On the morning of Sept. :2!(>th, of Hunter of the adjutant general's! stuff,
Matron of honor, Mrs. E. L. Carney, I naval preparations of Great Britain usurpers. Tho Arabs in 1915, joinedthe Morgan, L. W. Kickliter, W. II.'Dowl- this year a. familiar meowing was and that although Col. Hunter made ,
Ocala. I are ill-timed and. provocative, and the Allies sail. refused the holy war lag, W. -N. Roberts B. R. Bryan, J. heard by the ladies mentioned, and it several requests for troops, the adJu-
Matron honorary. Mrs. B. J. Bond, I differences should be settled about the call when promised that the Arabian T. Jones J. B. FlorriJ, S. S. Proctor, was so persistent that the door was tant general denied his authority to
Tallahassee council table, rather than with forceof kingdom would be kept intact. Sub- F. C. Haislop. opened, and in comes Tom, after an send them except on the request o( t t
Chaperone of honor, Mrs. T. A. Yon, arms. f'itient, treaties, which: nu.inecl!: / these After a short business session the absence of one year and two months. the sheriff." The report then declared j. a
Tallahassee. Behind the general policy of the promises have proved embarassing to comrades broke camp in good. order After saluting his friends, he resum- there was no law limiting the authority f
Sponsor: for the division Miss Sal- British cabinet to keep the Turks out Great Britain on many occasions, and and marched to tho Juanita restaurant ed his old business and jumped on an of the adjutant general in this ,
lie 'E. Blake, Tallahassee.Maid f t Europe Is said to be the old Glads- the ,,tabs, it is believed, would joinin where a sumptuous dinner unhappy feline that came poking regard. :\):
of honor, Miss Agnes Person, tonian dictum that the Turks "should" an-uprUing on slight pretext. In awaited them, a treat from the ladles around. Tom is big, fat and glossy The "local police" of the various.
Orlando. get out of Europe, bag and baggage, India there is always an undercurrentof of the W. T. Weeks Chapter U. IT. C. and the outlook Is that he has come towns Williamson county were censured .
Maid of,honor, Miss Maggie Anderson which has long found certain religious revolution, ready to flame info re- This kindness on the part'of the ladies to stay. fo'r alleged failure to take proper r
Palatka. support among the British people. It ,' volt at any time. The racial and religious wan very much 'appreciated by steps to prevent the disorders. "
Maid of honor, Miss Elsie Padgett, is contended by those who feel that natures of the followers of I the comrade "BUCK" CAUSES TROUBLE The Southern Illinois Coal Com-

Crescent City. force should be employed against the Buddha and Mohammedan are so : S. F. MORGAN, Monday was a busy day in County nany, which owns the strip mine, was .
By order of: Turks that it was because of lack of a> closely Intertwined that if ''
England Adjutant. Judge Green's court. First came Mai- declared to have been "woefully ignorant
MAJOR-GEN, J. H HARP, proper show of force that he Turkish wages a war agaTnst Kemal she I
may Icy Alvarez, charged with having in of the danger of its operationsor
Commanding Florida Division, U. C. situation got out of hand at the close also have'an uprising in India. : PAP IS AT IT AGAIN his possession' fermented liquid, cap- blindly determined to risk strife ;
t Vi of the war, and through Brltlahtroops For centuries Christians have been "
able of being distilled into intoxicating md conflict if profits could be made.
|Official: being employed in South Russia and arrayed against Moslem and the fields A bunch of prohibitionists; had liquor. Malley plead not guilty.A The report stated was "foolhardy to
k,, W, A. RAWLS, Mesoptamia, and that it Is time to re- where the cross and crescent have met found out that a man 98 years old had jury was empaneled but after hearIng attempt to operate non-union men in
r'' Adjutant General and Chief of assert the fact that the Allies won the in deadly 'conflict in by tasted in his life and union
years gone never liquor a the evidence In the case failed to the very heart of the miners
a Staff.gHAZAAR war and Turkey Ipst it. again may see the two armies In ac- I committee was appointed to call on agree. The case is set for rehearing in view of the existing\! conditions." ,
On the other hand there Is coniideruble tion. Constantinople has long been a the old man to have him sign a certi- October 3rd. "The workmen at the strip mIne," t
FOR CLUB HOUSE: FUND opposition, especially from the bone of contention in Europe, but no ficate to that effect. lie was found The long protracted case, stuto vs thq report asserted' "were evidently
labor element, throughout Great Britain European nation has dared to seine it. lying[ in bed: very weak, And was M, Edwards, charged with unlawfully ignorant of being strikebreakers. The
: The Woman's Club will give a baItaur to the threatened war to be wagedby /: At the conclusion of the World Warit propped up with pillows while ho with having In his possession "buck," rich men operating steam shovel affiliated -
f' ; early in December, the proceeds the government. Posters in London was agreed/ that Constantinople difficulty signed the paper. I enough be distilled into booze wan with a union, even though un-
i 4 to apply on the fund for the new club! point o'jt the high taxation and should be administered by an Allied Just as the committee was about to concluded Tuesday. Edwards plead recognized by the American Federation -
ai's. Each member of the club is cost of living produced by the late commission. leave, a terrific racket'was heard In I I guilty and was sentenced to a fine of of labor. ,f
requested to donate one or more arty war, and call upon the government to the next room. They asked the old $150 and costs, or six months in tho It Is planned to have the trials as
,6 des for the bazaar. Dainty gifts for settl..-the I resent crisis by conferences. D. P. Carpenter, the well known man what was the matter. county/ Jail.) This case was heard by speedily' as possible, and the first to a 7"
trlstmas will be found at this bazaar Great Britain's call to the colonies pharmacist in Mitchell's Drug Store, "Oh, nuthin,' cam the feeble answer County Judge A. C. Strickland, of Un- I be tried, it was saM, probably will be
' r nd the club hopes to make the affair to send help to subdue the Turks attended the Raxall Druggists' convention "only pap is drunk again."- ion county. Judge Green being dis Otis Clark, the first indicted for murder
'" n great financial success. t has been answered favorably by Australia in Jacksonville Thursday and Exchange. qualified. I .
and New Zealand, and Canadian Fridy. Circuit Judge Hartwell, to whom the ti
i Yes, managing a wife Is easy, unfit support la also anticipated, if neces- People who ute preventatives*.el- Money never mikes a man, but It report was made, will sit unless objection i
you get one.a. Subscribe' for the Telegraph dom have occasion to call for a cure. unmakes'a lot of them. is made, he announced. f

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? i DRINK a, I!

The 70,000 men employed by the OF HISTORY I .

Ford Motor Compnny) of Detroit, woreunder x.r&e
) orders! from henry Ford to
t k': leave all forms of liquor, wine and UNFINISHED BII.I.8lAY!\ RESULT ,
( I, beer alone at all time under( penalty of: IN A SPECIAL SESSION
+ ]losing their jobs. CALL FOR NOVEMBER 1";)
i t Asserting that drinking among certain They areGOOD /

of his( employes recently had Washington, Sept 22-Congress/ ad- .
been the cause. of accidents in the journed sine die today with ]leaders
Ford plants, the manufacturer issued 4: generally expecting a call from President
a statement declaring that any of his ; Harding for a special' session I"h.
s workmen whose breaths smelted of liquor November 15th preceding the regular] .

t who were found to be carrying/ December session. ; ..
/ )liquor, or who were known to have it Buy this Cigarttte and Sate Money The president was in attendance to-
in their homes, would be dismissed at day for a few minutes before the final
+ t once. gavel] dropped to sign the usual sheaf '
r I+ only from selfishness, and who are of 11th hour bills.] The only important -
MINORITY WILL TIRE OF OPPOi now taking advantage of unsettled measure to get through/ on the last I
i SITION conditions for the purpose of forming day was the deficiency appropriationbill.
criminal conspiracies to violate] \. The administration Liberian loan .
/ 4' I am very willing to do my best toward established( law.-Mabel Walker Wil-' bill and the Dyer anti-lynehing measure 'I .
promoting the excellent cause of lebrandt, Assistant U. S. Attorney went over until the next session.!
prohibition. Replying to the questions General. Lacking; in the adjournment today The.
I ; asked of me by the Union Signal!: Were many of the popular features attending -
;J w 1. It has been my experience and Let us not overlook the real issue / the death of a congressionalsession. i
observation that prohibition has! produced that underlies all the contest that now The gallery crowds were "
perhaps! its! most beneficent results wages around prohibition. In the last small and undemonstrative and there
on the home life and welfare] of analysis] it Is Americanism in conflict were few floor wrangles.! After discussing .
women and children. A great deal 'is with old world customs and concept; / the deficiency appropriation Telegraph
Always! heard about the personal lib- it is democracy against: avarice, ]lawlessness the senate had a number of minor
erty of the working man that is taken and anarchy. The issue divides measures and listened, to a few set
away by prohibiting his glass of beer men, not upon the question of speeches) while the house members '
When I hear such remarks, I think their appetites', but upon the question! made one minute addresses mostly for
.' always, "What about the personal] liberty of their ]loyalty to their country; it i is publication during the next few days y I
d'i of his wife'and children?" For rlo ]longer whether we are wet or dryit In the congressional record! and heard : II
usually)] the working man is obliged, of
Is whether we are American or : Representative Blanton, democrat, 'ia
s d ... because the wage: he receives in inadequate un-American; whether we are for the Texas, defend Attorney General I
R to secure luxuries for himself] constitution and the laws of our land, 3nujjherty and criticise\ republicans!
and children, to indulge: in this kind or for our personal convenience. or for' alleged neglect in that respect A
of personal liberty at the expense of self-indulgence.] A Ilavnca! Federal I few' political features marked the closing -
\ his family. It has been my observation Prohibition Commissioner. hour of the session-the 2nd of
that here are more family partiesat the ((57th congress Representative
I, he movies, more times when theorkingman'n RUBBING THE SOUTH Mended, leader in the house", and Senator r
r- ... family finds an oppor- Smoot in the senate, praised the
tunty to enjoy an outing together by It. E. C. Bryant, the Citizen's correspondent majority party's record, which was I .Is one of the necessaries
; reason of the. money saved by the at Washington announces attacked in brief speeches by Harrison -
r, father because, of. the closing of the that the Republicans are collecting tho of Mississippi and McKellur, of I I of life for Bradford '
Saloons 'nlUKh" fund with which they expectto Tennessee, democrats. Leaders, rank II '
'. i For several years I was connected swing Southern Congressional: dis- and file now go throughout the c<4m- County people, and that
d with the public] defense of women accused i-i'-U into their o li.im this fall. Us try to enter the fall campaign.. Trains
i of crime, in the Los Angeles l entirely characteristic of the G. O. and automobiles l leaving Washington this fact is becoming more
courts. Prior to prohibition there pie attitude toward the South that Its tonight carried scores of congressmen
would average: ten or a dozen women leaders think she can be won by brib- released( for the campaign. and more recognized all
brought: in per night for drunkenness. ery rather than by fair treatment. Mr Statistical] sharps tonight were busy
Subsequent to prohibition, and par Hardin 's secretary of war neglected calculating the work of the session, the time is seen by the
ticularly] during the years 1910! and his opportunity to render the South prominent in which was enactment of
1020! there would not average ten constructive service when he turned the tariff law and passage/ of the sol number of new subscribers ,
drunken women per month. down Henry Ford's application for a diers' bonus bill with its death after I
2. The attitude of by far the larger permit to carry the Mussel Shoals the president's' veto. About 300 laws constantly added to
+ number of women with whom I project to completion. were said to have been enacted, out of I
come in contact I Js! either secretly or "Henry I'ord," Bays .the Washington \- 3,198!) bills and 358 resolutions untro- our list. Join the proces- '. ,.
openly. ] in favor of prohibition It is Times in a recent editorial, "has duced in the house, and 1219 bills and
sion and find
I true that quite a']large: percentage of offered to lease the Wilson and a supplementary ) about 358 resolutions in the senate. J out whatis
i those wjio are secretly in favor of dam if the United States I About 9,001) nominations were sent to '
i ; prohibition statutes do in small ways will finish:. them and to repay in IOU]i, I the senate by President Harding/ and going on at home

commit technical violations\; of the(! 'years their total cost together with I were confirmed with but few except and abroad
Volstead Act. Opinions( on public! the cost of the power houses and installed tions. The administration marine hill
questions! of morals, outside of sexual! machinery. He also has offered j which was reported to the house, the F
morality, cannot be (divided. accordingto to pay $;)00,000> for nitrate and I amendment of the transportation act, ,
the sexes. By far the greater number auxiliary plants, to study the best j I coal ]legislation and appropriation
of men with whom I come in contact processes of making commercial .fertilizer measures promise to be the principal I
s are friendly to prohibition, as area and to sell the fertilizer at a I business for the coming session-which .
somewhat ]larger percentage of the net profit of never more than R per will end March 4th next. Members
1 women. cent. In time of war he would turn from agricultural districts also are
3. It is my personal opinion that the whole enterprise over to the gov planning'] to press rural credits re
,i ; national prohibition. promotes the ernment. form. Administration ]leaders said -
health, prosperity and happiness of) The Washington Journal concludes:: that if the president should adhere to
: family and social] life. I believe we "If Ford's offer isn't enough, who of- his present inclination to make a spe- Only $2.00 Per Year
are passing through a transition( period fers morel Ford( has named! a way. cial session about November 15, it ,
during which the ,minority who Let his critics propose a better, or would not be primarily for disposal of" $1.00 for Six Months "
I opposed national prohibition are unusually subside." But if his critics did sub the merchant marine ]legislation, but
active, unusually loudvoicedin side, the) Republicans would continueto to consider other important measures in advance
k e their opposition and restive under crucify the South by denying her, and expedite ]legislation] measures for
the restraint of the Volstead] l Act (imposes this development. It is not by Ford's the short session. I -
I upon them. But restlessnessand critics that they have been influenced. "
discontent are due to the violent The voice of large corporations, whose THE: STUFF TII\T COUNTS
w d' ac.tlvlty"l.f the minority who arc lighting dividends would he threatened\ by ----- I I ,
their last stand.) They are not what Ford proposed! to do, has, dictated The test of a man is the fight he
+ j due to increased! (crime. The cloning] 1 their refusal- makes, II I
I of jails and penitentiaries and the study The Wilson dam would produce, The Kilt that he daily shows; I
of statistics of crime establish! such from. 000,000 to 1,000,000 horsepowerof The way he stands on his feet and '

i a conclusion. hydro-electric energy. But be- takes1'ate's ,. ,
There is one sure element, In the (auHi the Administration thinks more numerous bumps and blows. I
American character that can be counted of corporate interests than of Southern A coward can smile when there's \ Address all letters and remittances to I

upon to tide us through: any period welfare! the government's property naught to fear
f nt unrest! which i f" produced 1 when n is allowed, to po to waste, the When nothing his progress bars, .
considerable!;,] minority ts t clt-fentfc! irt South Is deprived of a tremendous Industrial I Hut it takes a man to stand! up and Bradford County Telegraph :

the passage of a law, or the adoption asset and the farmers of the ; cheep" I
of a national policy. That American country domed t fertilizer at a. lower' When some other fellow( stars
jharpcteristlc of which I speak is. good price No "slush" fund Is big estomhi,,, Starke, Florida '
.l: '- frporUmanship. When you view thegood t.1< buy from the South foipetfulneas!! i It isn't victory after all I "
sportsmanship and deep-lying of that outrageous robhery..oshlvUle liut the fiiihl that a brother makes;
patriotism displayed! I by the Southern (N. C.) Citizen .The man, Who, driven against the wall ..... '
I. ; minority after the dune! of the Civil ------ Still stands\ ilp and takes ) I
War, out of which has been produceda ANOOHLAWNWoodlawn. The Mown of fate with his head held '
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xloynl South as devoted to Federal high, ,
interests an any other part of the ,' Sept 20--Rev, I>.. "t. arid bruised and pale, .. ''. ,
Ts the in the by and by, I 'I .. ;
''N" country, and when you further realize:: Phillips tilled hla regular appointment : man \11'110'iins .
For he isn't afraid to fail.: r, I
.' that good sportsmanship' and patriotism at Rising church Sunday. : I '".. I I
that I II \ 'I, '
had to struggle up through Sits Delia I.eo spent Sunday with '. .
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A. I intnaa social hardship, bitter financial relative in Starker.. V I It's, the born,.. you get and the jolts \ !' ',,, "' . ., ,

<< losses, and renol1l\1 l grief, occasioned Mr. and slyer Prank Cra.4j.ml va you .)p set, I I ( .,, .,.... ,. .. :: ,
I fey sacrifice to u lost cause, than turned to their home In Jacksonville! \ And the shocks that: your couraRft I "

H w you v!!ali.c that the niinorltv who op.. Sunday, after\ !ppending'sevornl] days stands, I #
posed the passage of the Eighteenth here with relatives. '"N, The hours of !narrow sad vain legr->, /: '
y Amendment If their opposition arose A daughter was born tr Mr. un4 I The prize that e.pelt.' your hah l-<. : ',:
1' 1 bc-CHufcs: of sincere dlff<*rcnc' of opinIon M--S Eodus: Thornton September! ) 12th: That test your mettle Mid prove your i
U( i'' will 111.11 Into line with tbe pro:- D. D. Browning: Van ij business \I.- worth; '. I
It isn't the blows! tHwfc yon deal,
runt of law .I\ItQl'ctment. itor to Jackii)n\tlli( Tuesday. 1-,
E'' Many of these ere foreigners; if so.e. M: :r Kilio Dru \ of Jatkwmnilli'\ root: the blows that you take on the / i :
s .,' they' have proved unworthy:; of.AmOTj. ,''i'i .. .. ", r hi'r p in i r ..?Mr': and, I1! ,i good old earth. .
can opportunities and should' be .'. S. II. That' shows if youe'stuff 1 is real. .
ik turned to a country where the peculiar W. II. 'N ,''I' HID.,.ll t h, '- -5eleci ed. II
? Pr -ties at the \ I I .. II'' ,<[ ,'.ico'itl ,, I r
kind q pfcraoitol liberty its thftrof type 'I -
\ Jacksonville! i : ester A two
Some folks don't atop to think\ that\
inin/" weeks' vneatU with his family. i
,I, N>" quartet should be IrLv.'tt: ffiEt ; their though to foul action tf today e

it group who opposed the Eighteenth 4 liui'hter was' born to_ Mr jmdMr : '' wK.;* be t'ep.llted' their children In _

Am' ndment: not from principle, but [ T Williiim, ><>pt, 19thr !i li, y's t., come 'm 1'') !>1' !;oi- ; :iA!;;'} .7I1ft''fjl-!! '' ,tr .J

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r.. Ii%I Friday morning. Tho new stack with ; :: :'- 0== :::-=-==:::'=::=':;':-.E-;: :;:;
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs Ij .
the new boiler already in planis rx-
."....""" .-.......... ..as'."a.........n ....,..,.....r... ..."."". .. ...... ....na.r. iv4uq,.. ,> pected. to add one hundred |hOl''P': '.A .T" I '. Ii ,

to the old emergency plant. { i

Live State New: Benjamin Tannebaum: of :Miami :, ; L' -'lj I-: !o t,...,.$, C"I-o//

!.,.................-.-.....--....- was drowned at :Miami Beach ;ihe. < ;:; : .. :

Told by Our Exchanges. was trying to assist Miss Sarah : : .**,A*' 1'tATOR::: i
Schneider, of Coconut Grove, who it

was reported was beyond her depth in BIO
,t MU I growers and shippers of the Fired< on by booze runners whom he the surf. Spectators said tho girl in ; l!ia r

are looking forward to an unus- surprised when they were attemptingto her struggles, kicked Tannebaum in ail ,

."T rood season during the market- unload a quantity of liquor from the stomach, causing him to strangle. ;

period of 1922-23 according to two steam launches on Stock Island "

.1'! more closely associated with the early Saturday morning, Sheriff Cur- Jane Augustine, 50. was fined $2:>0 "in<, }
wing and marketing of fruit, then ; ry narrowly escaped death, but start- in Jacksonville municipal court for night.

(," ondition of the groves and the ed a chase which resulted in the finding selling; whiskey to three gifts under 14 At
tiling prices being offered, lend- and capture of forty-five' sacks ofI years of age. Complaint against the plants :

''.. nore assurance than has been ex- beer and fifty demijohns of liquor Sat- : woman was made by tho three moth- ing
? I.d in some time. urday afternoon.A ers, who testified that their daugh- wore ('
ters had coma home drunk on several last'

'Merrill' Tingley, of Catawba 0.,1 200 pound alligator gar was landed occasions. The youngest of the trio, protest:

,dentified the body of the unknown i at Mulat by a party of fishermen: 11 years old, by way of leading up to ccssive frf

who was found dead near a tres- : who were after trout and fresh fish\; her testimony, said, "I like moonshine scenes

>f the Georgia Southern railway' The large fish had to be hoisted into so we asked her if she had any." The

aturday morning as that of his 1 the boat with a boat hook, block and plants I

,>r, a farmer, also of Catawba, 0.1( tackle. It is the largest fish of this! Taking off from the water an* N-9!) Ford, ,

11 Tingley, who viewed the body of : kind ever seen in these waters. seaplane piloted by Lieut Sherman of I> ..

,mrent at the undertaking parlors II I the I'ensacola naval station passedover who

Marcus Conant, was 1 unable to as- I' The mystery !surrounding the poi the fishing smack Dardunella and coal
cause for the suicide. lied soning of fourteen pure bred Duroc clipped off both her masts without Interrupting cinnati
o any
I that his father had apparently hogs at the Jacksonville city farm on the plane's flight. A large rators. ( i ie
i in perfect health and had left August. 27 has been solved. On the I hole was torn in the hull of the plahe. proved
day of the I A member of the Italian crew was (
i. under mysterious circumstances poisoning a physician wentto ", .
I the farm to I slightly hurt when one of tho masts
'eptember 3rd. city administer a serum Ford I
containing arsenic to some prisoners : fell on the deck. The fact that the who 1

-plosion of a 100 gallon gasoline I and made a solution for several. plane was not thrown to tho water is (' /

.. ul the shop of a welder in Pen- I.: The first prisoners treated became considered unusual to thoso familiar their .

.>la, following closely upon the dy-I sick and when- was discovered that i with aeronautics. wages

uting of tho homes of two shop I I: they had just eaten: dinner the physician .- : It1

,rker in the city, had the effect ofI I postponed. further treatmentsand Judge J. R. Johnson, of St. Lucie of S

'nng hundreds of people to. gatherearn I poured the mixture into a basin. county court was ordered removed Ford .

the reason for the noise which I The poison is believed to have been from office by Governor Hardeo for ; said ", I v
No I accidentally dumped in the hog trough "malfeasance and misfeasance in of- sion's
heard all over the city. one
.H r- hurt but several persons had nar- with other slops. The amount of liquid f Icc." The governor took no action in of fuel i This Low Price '

a escapes when the top of the tank thrown out was said to have contained regard to county prosecutor Carpenter ly put

war blown to a tree and fell some I between twenty-eight and. who, with Judge Johnson, was thll it pO! I. Known Before S

ards distant. The roar of the twenty-nine grains of arsenic. subject recently of a petition signedby ply of
explo-I) more than 1,000 St. Lucie county erate
heard even beyond
ion was
from Making his escape fr'om the county citizens, presented to the governor, more money value,
Imits and telephone messages I .-
farm the officials lax in the the Fordson Tractor
points sought information. prison Saturday morning utter charging were since
many I he had clubbed the convict guard with administration of the laws scenes \ low price. '.

The coming citrus crop of Florida' a hoe handle, Emanuel Edwards, 21, the buy will ;
negro, was retaken within hour Patrolman If. R. Lett of Tampa was can possibly
bo Of an prc.l>
estimated, at 15,000,000 : the total about 8,400,000 boxes will but not until he had engaged in a gun Killed Sunday morning in a revolver '.: no farm, regardless

tit oranges and tangerines, and ,<>0000 ,- battle with prison: farm officials and! duel with Jesse Glenn, a nepro.! Glenn few to be without a Ford-
had been shot in the leg during the encounter -
wounded in the right foot was e t
( < boxes grapefruit.hat sage
and abdomen in the exchange of shots. and was arrested on a charge of i the
is no time for delay or
About 7:30 o'clock Edwards first degree murder. Lett, with a'
: felled the
Florida has!' 230 different vari- report ; your choice the Fordeon. .
guard took his revolver and flee! Brother officer, had apprehended the { '
tits of clay has been determined by ing prove to you, as it has to I '
State Geologist Herman Gunter. Mr. Captain Spooner and others set bloodhounds negro in the negro section of the city routine light, compact Fordson is the .. i
on the trail and chase. and were about to arrest him for disorderly ''
Gunter has just returned from a tour gave It was : ever hatched to a farm tooL
I The black was located in a field and conduct when the ricgro broke .
f the state and with O. G. Bell, oft I
f> call today
or phone :
from Lett and dashed down a .
the clay after exchange of shots with his pursuers away duction
'nell univehsity, inspected
m I he took to a dense underbrush blind alley. Lett fired twice is the w
section. on
deposits gathered from every up '
negro drew his One of the two
thicket. During the firing the negro gun.
gathered and Mr. Bell I The
Specimens w.o take them were to Cornell to test their I was shot in the left foot. Captain bullets fired from, the negro's gun at puts ; JR. .
Spooner closed in on the negro from the officers struck Lett.: The other officer than
will prob-
alLle. The investigation but the ul- | the other side of .the thicket, the ne- at the same time fired at the negro Dealer, Starke, Fla
ah i- take several months, j i p
gro and Spooner seeing each othe nt wounding him in the leg .
innate result will be made known thru ,, /! that
the same time. As Edwards raised teen ...
Mr Gunter. I i
his pistol to fire, Spooner unloaded a I A full corps of machinists under the

A. precooling< and;; a coloring plant i) charge of No. 1 shot at him, the shell direction of Engineer Rogers have The .tv

\tieing added to the equipment of the i taking effect in the negro's abdomen.He begun the installation of the machinery of .
showed no further fight and was in the new meat packing plant of s,
Lake Dora Packing Company, and ex-I !ry; S
'i-nsive alterations are being made in captured and removed to the stock- the Southeastern Packing Co., at Col- In .5'
ade. But one bullet remained in the ohatchee, just north of Ft. Lauder- the INSURANCE t
thi building to accommodate them. !
pistol he took from Guard Stewart. dale. The buildings are practically bay! to ),

strawberry planting----< is now in full I completed, the boilers all set and the' C. WALL
stacks being raised. Those
Enrollment at the University of are con-
ring in the St. Cloud section of Osv."ola miles. ;
Florida has exceeded. even the wildestof nected with the plant estimate that the FLORIDA
strawberry plants job
county beinlt'I
I dreams, and has to the present date everything will be In readiness to be-
set at the rate of 20,000 per day.. MOQdt1 V'f
I passed the mark of 1114 and is stead gin operations November let AUTOMOBILE

ily climbing higher. This figure for
30 A.
eorge L. Thornton, was per-
haps fatally injured as the result of a', the first month last year and nearly Aside from serving a sentence of 15 has -
in session shows an increase of 35 per years in the state penitentiary, Jeff
street pouted
:oilision between two cars SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON Jr.
Jacksonville. Thornton was standing: I cent over the enrollment at he end of Pennington and Frank ]Hand were has ..ltl nt S... A Tr... I'
the first month last year. made defendants in a damage suit in is like ,
car -
01 the front end of a one-man prePAring Poultry
when heavier car '- the circuit court at Bonifay and the' Sprayers
ti to alight, a grave.A.
rashed into it from behind. Thorn- An explosion heard about !9 o'clock jury returned a verdict against! them Goods Fair Prices
ton was thrown to the pavement.> Oth- 1 Saturday morning for several blocks for $20,000 in favor of Daniel and B J Shipment

." iccupants of the two cars were un-I caused many peoplo in South Jacksonville Fletcher Jones, father and son, who licted '
I 'miured. to jump various distances up were prosecutors of Pennington and Moore --lf. know

in the nir, depending on the distance land[ for the second time. Appearing ing lid; JUST ISSUED.

large body of fine muck land his they were: from the source of the ex- against the two convicted men, tho May. Jacksonville Fla
TOM; been thoroughly drained and is plosion. Upon reaching terra firma father and son presented/ pitiable I poison ,

available for cultivation by the completion questions began to fly fast and furiousas sight. The father recently had one der to .

of tho Pearce drainage and to the cause! and answers from the arm amputated Just above the elbow; the ( 4

Lateral system just south of town. Thew blowing up of the bridge to a double the son had one leg amputated just Ga., -

,irk has occupied several months and murder were /given. A truck of the above the knee, and both amputationswere :! 1886

IB. Considered! ( by thosn interested ai Gulf Refining Company blew out a big alleged to have been caused, from two "

being the best drained in Manatee tire: while at tho company's filling sta the effects of wounds inflicted by Pen- arrest
tion. A skinned shin by the driver who ,
mntv ningt6n and Hand December 6, 1921, and
(got in the way of a piece of tire and when, after being ousted from the DAVIS

another slight bruise sustained by one Jones' home, they started shooting, cial!!. .
ASPIRINSay of the attendants at the station in a wounding the father In the hand and ; I .

like manner' composed the total casualty !- the son in the leg. Pennington ownsa ;

list. large acreage In Holmes county and of ,

"Bayer" and Insist! also is an extensive land owne'r in elation I I INSURANCEI

Mrs. :Minnie Rums, CO, winter visitor South Alabama. the

from Hot Springs, Ark., was killedat press I

ETr St. Petersburg when a pistol was! Fishermen, sportsmen and every one STARKE

discharged while she was examiningit. \ body: generally are trying to figure out an : ,

The woman had been shooting ata what strange malady .was aiTerting the : I

target and when the pistol failed to the big black bass in Paine prairie, been 1 1In
fire she looked down the barrel. The the body of water two miles south of the rp SEABOARD TRAIN SCIIEDULH

gun went off, the bullet striking her In Gainesville, that has been known for and -

the forehead between the eyes. Investigations years an one of the best fishing ( effect April 30, 1922)).
u by police showed death grjurcU In the state. Sportsmen who SouthboundNo. I

was accidental. went out in quest of the tinny tribe!>
1 reaches Starko at 11:40 p. a. l 'd
Sunday Annie! back and
reo>rf.'J ti iVl -v No. 3 10:59
a. m.
less see the name "I .iitrer" onpaokage l Miees .if. tli* prairie that h'l ; ,
you There'll be no circuses in Jacksonville '< rers ,f No. 21 ,
Cedar Train 4:58
Key ...
tablet are not getting take : p.
or on you beautiful black ,
the week before and the week of known in Flor- r
{ u the genuine i Bayer product pre- cough Nd. 15, Limited, 2:13 p. m.
I | onlxxl by uliyaiclunt over twenty-twa the Florida State Fair, unless the ida as fresh water trout, lay dead on healing / /
|, y oo.n and proved ante ty roillioin for owners want to pay a fine of $500;; or top of the water. The uportsmcn said I A : Northbound lNo j

Colds. Headache go to jail for ninety days. The city SALVE 2 arrives Starke 5:19: a. m.
f? Toothache 7.u m bagn council passed an prdinance prohibiting : Croup. : No. 4 At 4:0l p. m.
Earache RheumatismNeuralgia circus from exhibiting there No Worm !In a HealthyChftdAllchllilmn No. 29/ Cedar Train
:! Pain, I'ainAwept a I should Key 8:47: a. m. ,
during those dates! with the penalty trnnblril, with Wormi h.v. an un- of : No. 16 Limited 5:55
which lIe"'thyook.r.' whkb Indliau p. m. 1
package' Wood
only "Bayer" poor l. tail aa a The hp
t mentioned. It amended ordinance -
Handv boxes was an rule. thra IS morn or I >Yanne Brandt
contain direction duturbaim bio the I ,
of twelve proper tablets cost few centi. Drug- recommended, by the laws and UJOVCS; TAStEtESS: : CHJU-ToNK! 81"0 rya" : tm/vw. : : :: : : : No. 101 leaves .- '
Starke ..
10O. larly for twoor thrwecki wW! enrich the blurt' the ikla 7:43: m. ;
pta alxo t .n!! bottle rules committee.The .
a mark1at Improve tha'dJtJoo..Dd Both
) Bayer act an "ra.8tmi8th. "' No. 104 arrives Stark! 3.1S p. ...
; the trade .
4pin'itIs .
.to.Tonic to lh.i vfcoto aru.m. Naiura will then OMI of
Manufacture of JUolltOa-et.ic.idCtlt.er of throw 0"ne dlapel tba wnrm..a dth.Cblllhtlllbe/ JiMt I T. J. GRIFFIN,
I ti tt'bcylicacid.\ Clearwater Electric Company l.arkctbe.hb. P-.ot __....110o I*'botUa Agvnt. .
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,- t Mrs I. J. Priest Is having her residence i. John GrifHs died at the home of his last week transacting businpGainesville. "-,. n

t Bradford County Telegraph 1 repaired nnd] repainted. The son, Walter, last Thursday, after a .!\

workmen employed are M. L. Wetter short illness. The deceased was about A literary society has been organized -
son, L. J. Wynn and Will McKeever..IFF 75 years of age and had ppent nearly by the advanced pupils of the he Head

"'I',',; 1 Published weekly and entered as all his life in Bradford nrf.l. Clay coun school. It has been given the name

second class matter, at the post' / ties. lIe was father of Arch Griffia, of\ the Tip-top Society, and every effort

1', office at Starke, Florida. who died in Plant City a few weeks, is being! made to make it tip-top.

=-= : ZifT, Sept. 20.! -Mr: and Mrs. A. ago, and is survived by seven chit The following officers have been elect-

>fiJ I F.. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner Dryden: and children, of Graham, and dren, three sons and four daughters, ed: of the

Ezra SwearinKen, of Council, Gn., Ely, Smiley and Walter Griffis, Mrs President, Fred Greene.

j 1' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY were guests Sunday at the home of 1 R..M. Prevail, Mrs. William Prevatt, Vice President, Livingston Russ

s t SUBSCRIPTION: KATE Mr. and, Mrs. J. B. Thomas.I..l'lancl Mrs. James Starling and Mrs. Harney Secretary, Iva Colaon

'l, Per Year ____ n_ _________---$2.01 Litchf\eld\ I and Willie For Forsylrt. Funeral services were con Sergt at arms, Prof. Win. Craig. Tractor'ass
ADVERTISING RATES syth arc able to attend J school again/ ducted by Rev. E. D. Boyer at the Critic, Mane Andreu.

inch ..2iI '! after several clays' sickness. home of his son Walter, and burial Program committee, Pearl Shaw,
Display, per ---------
I Plate Matter, per inch _________ .20 Dalathia Starling, of Cooter Pond, made in KlnllRley lake cemetery. Ray Andreu:, Dna Rita Ward.

r Readers, per line __nUn____ .10 was visiting in our burg Sunday af Friend of the bereaved relatives Organist, Thelma Thomas.
1 1 l STARKE, FLORIDA ternoon. extend their heartfelt sympathy. i The following program will be ren-

\i la the county Bent of Bradford county Ethel Dyal spent Sunday night: at 1 jilered by the society next Friday evening a -
t' ,I THERESSA at 7:30: at the school house:
,r f'' \ a town of 1500 population; located Graham, guest of her aunt, Ruby\ ; school.
Opening song
1 section of;
test agricultural
Dyal.Miss! Leila Dryden Spent ,Sunday as Theressa, Sept. 20.-Rev. Jones, of Recitation, Virginia Weeks.
the State. '
Lake City, filled his regular appointment Dialogue, Ella Mae Hazcn, Iva Col-
Starke is beautifully located; has: the guest of Misses Rhoda and Alva
wide paved streets lined with trees; Thomas. here at the Baptist church Sat. son, Ralph lIazen, Livingston Russ,

p excellent light, watw- and (sewerage Mr. and Mo. H.,' T. Thomas and urday and Sunday. Ray Andreu: 1 s -

systems, well constructed building; children spent the week-end at Water- Mrs. Prevatt, of Starke,,and son, of! Recitation, Alpha Hazen.
visited Mr. and Mrs. E. and
Jacksonville, Boys
I grade and high school second to none; oak, guests of relatives. tong
(" five'churches, broom factory, nationally Ellery Thomas and Hugh Butler, S. Sibley Monday.C. "Resolved, That Gen. Per- II II l

r ** known mineral spring and the best Crosby /attended Sunday school at M. Humphrey was a visitor to Bhinjr was of More Service During the INTENNATiONAL.I IIUI 1M18-1e
Hampton Thursday afternoon. World War than President Wilson. 816KEROSENE IcENOSNt
Two railroads! afternoon.
in the country. Graham Sunday
supply stores excellent transportation facil Johnnie Williamson, of Lulu, was I Affirmative, Cephus Harrell, Harley TRACTOR Ro TRACTOR

visitor here Sunday. Andreu.
of the largest strawberry NEW RIVER a
r I' ities. raising It is /one sections in the South. Dr8. Biggi! and Parks, of Starke, I Negative, Eugene Crosby, Fred d H t
% Wednesday
IHlAHFOttn COUNTY New River, Sept !9.-R. A. Andrews were professional visitors I, Greene.

\. Is one of |the most fertile counties in of Winter Haven, is the guest of his Reading, Elma Shaw. I
Frank Andrews. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, of Hampton Closing song.Cverybody .
the state of Florida. As an agricultural parents, Mr. arid Mrs. I
section it has won high laurels J. E. Adkins and W. M. Hodges motored was a week-end visitor here. : invited to attend. e
Rev. E. Williams, of Starke, was MarweritB' Shriver, who is teaching 0
Is the 1 to Raiford Friday.
I, for its crof'li. Bradford county !
called here Saturday to preach the funeral iii the Starke high school, spent
I Lake
home of strawberries early crops,, Green Moody was a visitor to
,: of Fred Cloversettle.L. tIn verk-cnd here with her .parents, I
It is Butler
which net farmers big returns. Friday.Mr.
L. Youngblood, and Mrs. B. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Shriver.Mr. -
and Mrs. II O. Rivers visited -
the homo of a fine class of farmers, a I C\\
community in which people cnn enjoy relatives in Starke Thursday.Mr. Powell, of Larkin, arrived here and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and I -- y
and Mrs. P. S. Crews, of Lake I Thursday to be at the bedside of daughter, Inez, Misses :Mane Andreu ------=---- 7r

r living Any information regarding Starke I Butler, Mr. and Mrs. iMvid Shaw and sister, Mrs. ES. Sibley, who was very and Eunice Hazen spent Sunday afternoon I

Bradford county will be gladly furnished little daughter, Lomu, of LaCro"se'l Ill, but is much improved at this writ f at Hampton Beach. '
i Messrs. IT. P. and L. R. Gainey and I The NewInternational
ant Mrs. II. O.
\ by the Bradford County Tele- were the guests of Mr. ing.Mr.
Rivers Sunday. and Mrs A B. McGilray, of I mother spent the week-end in Baker
4 graph. I
Dagger Jones of Sampson City, wasa Larkin, are receiving congratulations county. '

.. PROVIDENCE visitor here Saturday afternoon. over.the arrival, of a son Sept. 15th. I Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and 8 I 16

I-\ This community was greatly shock- The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. I i sun, Paul, spent Sunday with relatives -

r !i Y' Providence, Sept. ''.-Mr. and Mrs. ed Thursday afternoon to hear of the E. S: Sibley will regret to learn of. at Lawtey. -

,," John Smith and children spent lust death of John Ilodjroi. who passed the death of their little daughter on i R. A. Weeks and family spent Sun- RELIABLE ECONOMICAL ENDURABLE

7 week-end with the letter's sister, Mrs away at his home here at 4 o'clock! Wednesday. Their many friends sym I day afternoon at Hampton Beach. BURNS KEROSENE ..

HupTT1$: Markham, near Olustee Sta. Thursday afternoon. His death was pathize with them in their loss. John Pinholster and sister, Lubed-j

'r tion. : sudden, heart trouble being! the cause. Friday the community was shockedto la, of LaCrosse, attended..I'.ervices '

Miss Lou Amanda Pinholstcr spent lie has> made his home here for fifty hear that. Mr. Fred Cloversettlehad Sundav_ night. DeWitt C. JonesBRYAN'S
t' passed to the great beyond., Ho Sam Crews and son, Arthur,, of LaCrosse -
a t sevpi-ui days last week with her sister,, years, moving here when only a lad,
b .. leaves heart broken wife, one son visitors here Saturday
a were
with his from Georgia. lie
i. Mrs. C. O. Die IIin It, leaving Friday parents,
t and four daughters to mourn his loss, afternoon.
r morning for St. Petersburg where united with the Christian'church several
also one !sister, Mrs. Rosa Chase, oC Cards ate being received here
she will teach this winter. years ago was a
Wiley Lanier and Reside Smith, of member. lIe leaves to mourn his loss, Jacksonville. They have the sympa- nouncing the birth of a son to Mr. an-I ...
thy of the entire community. Mrs. R. L. Anderson, of Wa ..
e Lake City, were visiting frlencls-here one brother, W. M. Hodges, two sisters -
Wednesday. Mrs. Anna Qriflis, of Sapp and The deceased was born in Philadel- P. C., Sept. 15th. The little lad I

( s Mrs.\ Mabel Dowe and baby%returned Mrs. Laura Peddle, of Raiford. Interment phia, Pa., 58 years ago, but had spent been nahied Roland Lewis, Jr. Mr
; Most of his life in Florida. Anderson has relatives here, besides -
I to Jacksonville Sunday afternoon, after was made in the family lot many I

'a visit with her aunt, Mrs. J. C. : in New River cemetery Friday after n host of friends, who extend -

i; t"- Ward.John! Carter spent last...... week with I I'',,noon.Miss Onie Rivers has returndd from I UAIFORI- -.. congratulations.Mrs./ F. A.! Andreu, of New Rlver'l i '-

his sister, Mrs. Jesse Bielling! ]leaving. Starke after a pleasant stay with relatives. Raiford, Sept. 29.-1\Irs. J. C. Jones spent Saturday and Sunday ': New Policy-

n Friday morning for points in South and little son, Billy, left Wednesdayfor son, S.V. Andreu. I
New Smyrna, where she will visit M. P. Matheny and son, Emra, were I j
4w Carolina, where he will visit his father I Grace Cooper and George Rivers, of
her sister, Mrs. W. W. Farnell, for to Gainesville Saturday
y Z. Carter, who'formerly lived here, i I Starke, were visitors here Saturday. weeks. visitor nt-j j jMr.
4JF J. W. Tomlinson and Allison Welling There will be church in the packinghouse several ternoon._ ATMONEY
Mrs. W. C. Whitten and children, and Mrs. G. W. Andreu, of New
left .Sunday for Jacksonville to Sunday morning and evening "
I "harlene, Warren, Jr., and Eva Lee, River, were visitors here Saturday
Rev. Smith will
secure work. C. prE'Reh.o very- af-//
returned to their home here lust week ternoon.
J. C. WArd, J. J. Ward and Will body invited. : : GROCERY
after visiting relatives in St. Augustine R. A. Weeks and T. C. Hazen spent
Smith were business visitors to Lake
BRADFORD for several weeks. the first of the week on fishing. trip. I
t City Monday.Dr. Mrs. Jim Merritt and children, Robert F.. B. Andreu spent Monday in the 1
J. E. Maines was a professional I
/ visitor here several days this week. Bradford, Sept. 29.-Formers of our and Richard, of Ft. Pierce, are county seat. I SA VING SYSTEM
p visiting her parents, Mr.\ and Mrs
a' Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brown visited section are gathering their crops and :
I Warren Johns at thi stime. FREE FOR OUR READERS
I ,f at the home of Eben Rogers, near i, preparing for a fine pork season. % FOR CUSTOMERS
Mrs. W II. Andrews spent several We, have made arrangements where I
'Dukes, Sunday. Mr. Rogers has been | O. W. Barry Is cutting shingles this '
": days last week in Ocala visiting relatives by every housewife who reads! this paper !:
quite sick.Wilbur and friends.A. obtain of "Reliable' i iII
Smith is expected home on C. :M. and E. B. Andreu wer in can a copy I
I D. Andrews was a visitor to Recipes" absolutely free of charge by Customers of Bryan's will
Friday for a weekend visit with hlaparents Starke Monday attending to business.> / reapa
Jncksonville recently.Mrs. simply writing the Home Economics
Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Smith. Mrs. Gaines, teaching Bradford's.
Loncy Canova and children, of Department qf the Calumet Baking great profit and save $ $$
There is a siege of coMs, fever, school, ami Miss Geneva Kartell were many
r Jacksonville' were guests of !Mr. and Powder Co., 4100-28 Fillmore Street,
If chills and grippe in our section and I, shopping Worthington Saturday by the
Mrs. A. D. Andrews recently. Chicago, 111."Reliable new system to be adopted
i -not many families ,have escaped the [ Mr and Mrs. Wade Ilurrell were in Recipes" contains 76 pages .

1 maladies Worthinglon Saturday. They were BROOKER of recipes and other-information by Mr. Bryan on October 1st.
I t.' accompanied by their daughter, Miss I
J appreciated by every housewife. It "

r. ,, HAMPTON Lucilc. t 1 r Brooker, Sept,:29.:-Mr. and Mrs.! !!. is illustrated In colors and will prove )
J. V. Edwards and family have moved / Bargains For All
H. A. Andrews nnd children, of Winter |-quite helpful in preparing the daily I
Hampton Sept. 29.-Alonzo- lurden to Tampa where they will make. i
l Haven, have been hero for the menu. :

"of Jacksonville, Is the guest of his their home. I putt week visiting relatives. We have also made arrangements: I ; Every Saturday will be bar-

r mother, Mrs. T. J. Burden, this week. S. C. Andreu, of Midway, is visit Everett demons, of Jacksonville, with the Calumet Baking Powder Co.,
'' P. E, Henry has recently been a Infi his parents this week and assisting here with his mother f gain day at this
to Jacksonville In gathering the crops. I spent,Thursday whereby their Home Econpmics De-< store. Some special I
business visitor
1! :Mra. H. C. Clemons. partment will cheerfully all
i C B. Roberta, of Graham, was a Mr. and !Mrs. S. C. Andreu are the answrr article will "
Fred, union left Wednesday for questions pertaining to cooking, the sold at a' KnockOut I
R of daughter.
proud parents a
business visitor here this week. Otter Creek where he is doing relief kitchen equipment, etc. There* is absolutely "

4 r' Dr. Biggs, of Starke, was H rrfes- A. A. Edwards wus/in Brooker. Sut work. no charge for this service. price on that day. People I

I tonal, visitor here'this week. urday morning, Jno. Shriver had a severe attack of Write the Home Economics Department -

Elder RcdKraves preached at the C. II. Andreu, was in Brooker Sat acute indigestion Tuesday night. Dr. ofnhe Calumet Baking PowderCo. will buy here because -- WE WILL

Christian church Sunday morning' and J. W. Bishop, of Alachua, attendedhim ., 4100-28 Fillmore'St., Chicago 111.

"' evening. urday.'E and at this writing :Mr. Shriveris today) for a copy of ''Reliable Reciles. SAVE THEM MONEY.i .

.+ I .4'I Mrs. 'S. M. Simmons left Monday\ for :MILE somewhat improved. ." ''
i i -
., 'Millwood, where she and Mr. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, I I
Five Mile Sept. 2! -Mrs. C. I..
y, will be temporarily located. Resale and Misses Thelma, Th uias VICTORY BONDS is scarce. By paying cash buy
Varnes and children spent the weekend we can
Burke of Waldo will preach
Rev. ,
and Iva Colson, were visitors to the ,
in Johnstown, guests of relatives. cheaper, consequently sell cheaper '
both to
i at the Methodist church Sunday, county seat Thursday afternoon. The is exercising its our customers.
!Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Drawdy lire now We
morning and evening. the Whltehurst and Mr. and Mrs. R/A. Weeks were visitors option of calling in several series of want our customers to save money and so ,
Miss Eva Hodges was the guest of occupying cottage to Gainesville Wednesday.P. fifth issue of its have decided to
;: the Victory, or war run a strictly CASH STORE after
11', her ulster Mrs II. B. of Mr. and :Mrs Ardell Drawdy are occupying -
Wigging vacated. M. Barefoot spent Saturday attending bonds.. These bonds are to be surrendered OCTOBER lat.
the house they t I ',
Xi\ Starke, this week. to business in Starke.E. on ,December 15th, and those ,

) S. R. Swindel, of Theresa, was attending his B.family.L. Dukes spent Sunday here with M. Hazen spent- Friday afternoon who hojd them after that date will be We shall continue to give the public the use '

} to business here Saturday. at! the county seat. interest 'pay
entitled further
Sullivan returned to her Miss Hattie Dukes spent Saturday to no I of our free wagon delivery and all orders
Mrs. J. P. Mr! and Mrs. R. A. Weeka and chil- ments. The Bank of Starke has full phone

home here Monday, after a visit with and Sunday In Lake,Butler, guest of drj.i spent Friday in Starke.E. Information about the series that will be given our prompt attention., Telephone 32
sister Mrs. Josie
Sullivan of The-
r "r;, her son, Cleveland Norma Dekle and Ruby Proctor B. Andreu, Sr."spent the first of have been called in and will be gladto REMEMBER
': r ressa. assist holders in converting their : : Cash after Oct. 1st; No post-
here with the
ir Mrs. J. C. Keen and children were spent the bonds into cash. We will transport dated checks Same high j
A TONIC ; quality goods
J t visiting relatives at Yelvington last former's parents! Mr and Mrs. P. P. I only more
: week. Dekle. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores the bonds under our insurance without and attend for your money; We must have cash to sell at rock

Messrs. C. A. and R. L, Birt were Energy and Vitality by Purifying and I to all correspondence bottom prices. So save by
r charge. money trading where a
LAWTEY Enrtchintf= the Blood. When feel its I
W. Birt ofAlachua
1 guests of their father, strengthening.Invigorating effect see howIt BANK OF STARKE, dollar goes the farthest.BRYAN'S.

county, Sunday. John Dubose was In town on business brings color to'tbe cheeks and howit 0-22-2t:!:! Starke, Fla.
ai E. J. King left Saturday for Tampa I
Tuesday. improves the appetite, you will then
visit relatives.
where he will
,, Max Wimberly and sister, Miss appreciate its true tonic value.
A..A. Durden was a business vUl-
Winifred, were visitors here Tuesday. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonle is simply :
t.l Starke this week. ,
/ tor Miss Ollie :Mart[ of Matvtlle, was Iron !and Quinine suspended In fcyrup. So 666 i

.t R. L. Crews was the guest of rela the guest of relatives here Tuesday. pl *..ant even ihikfcen like it. The blood I

; needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to Malaria Chills and Fever "
Miss Fogg, one of our teachers Cure THE ECONOMY STORE "
Sunday pent the weekend at her home in Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and. Dengue or Bilious! Fever It kills -
Grip genus by Us Strengthening.lavlgor.icing __ t
were visiting in Starke Sun lty. i Graham. Effect. 30c.( the germ -
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I DeWitt C. Jones was a business visitor I II. B. Wet'st, civil engineer of ITEMS t FROM fcAWTEY i

I in Lake Butler Monday. Hampton was in town Saturday. -
I Telegraph representative calling

Bits of LocalInformation : O. L. Beasley spent the week-end In The special servces at the Presby- at Lawtey Tuesday, picked up the fol- ,

i .lacksonville. terian church last Sunday was both lowing items: COLUMN'S

interesting and instructive.

't.1h :Mrs W. J. Black has opened a,. It'4
:Mrs E. L. Biggs visited relatives in c
Luwtey and Jacksonville this week.J BASKETBALL TEAM: boarding house here. This has. beena 1 f

I 4 .s..l%/ Omr fmmitU. ..Aa..I long felt need for visitors in our WANTED---Missionary strawberry.

? w c._.. efI4 T_ I J \ Andrews, Jr., received another Athletics of Bradford High School town. plants; second runners preferred t

will organize a basketball team for G. C. Cady, Starke. 0-15-tf; t
iWiBrliiniiMBi carload of Ford cars Saturday. ,
_. the coming! season it was announcedthis Airs Sara Loadholtz will add 1 a
week. There is some fine mater- complete stock of groceries *o her I FOR SALE-Our Walnut street residence ,

Mrs. Linnie Thomas is critically ill J. S. Starling, of Lawtey, was a vis- }o'. E. Chase is confined to his home ial from which to'select a team and market in the near future. at a bargain, if sold at once r

at her home here itor to Starke Tuesday. by sickness. the boys should make a good record. I Write Jay S. Brown, Plant City, r

I, Prof. Dowling ia' already in correspondence Dengue fever seems to have a large Fla. 8-18-8t-10-6
r Mrs. O. L. Beasley left Saturday for Sam Rosenberg was a business visitor number of the sick .
L. Hodges spent Thursday InllIcclenny. with school teams throughout people on list. I .
} u visit with relatives in Americus Ga. here on Tuesday. the state, booking games. ,J' .FOR SALE-About 40 berry refrigerators ;\. t

I I Miss Beatrice Allen popular clerkin sixty-four quart. Dirt

Government canned meats cheap at Ed R. Neff is having his residence Charles Moitt, of Durbin, came up, There will be the regular services Young's Department Store, spent cheap fop cash. Brown & Son, Plant ,

Kick, lit or'3. It on North Walnut street repaired and- to see his father, A. E. Moitt, Sunday af the Presbyterianchurch next. Sun- Sunday at Hubert Springs City. Fla. 8-18-8t-10-6 .l e

remodeled: Subject both morning and !
day. eve :
Miss Ella E. Manning is visiting her L. M. Loadholtz business vis in
I fling, "The Glorious Gospel of the was a '
R. B. Neal left for Roanoke
Mrs I No. 1 condition with second set of :tit
Raiford of sister Mrs. L. E. Moseley at the itor in Jacksonville Monday.
Sparkman, Tampa, was Lord Jesus Christ"PRESENCE -
Va. Monday.Joe tires tires practically A.'I .;
are ,
; new.
? I
j in Starke Wednesday on business and State Farm during tho week. I '
Wainwright, Route 1, Starke
Wainwright to renew acquaintances. OK !AIINDSunday Mr. and Mrs L. Wntteraon! ofDeLron f 9-1-tf.. f .
enjoyed a pleas. Fred F. Stump, popular Starke merchant Springs, are visiting friend!I
nt trip to Jacksonville Wedne, day I
A sidewalk has been laid on Church was a business visitor over to evening, while a crowd of in Lnwtey. FOR SALE-A practically new piano. '. "

Harold Wall returned last week street in front of the Methodist parsonage Gainesville Tuesday x people were at the depot wuitjng for Will sell cheap. A..: A. Wainwright, [ ,J' .. ,
and Mrs. Emma Richard's lots. "Doc" Brown's strawberry patch I Route 1 Starke. tf'
the belated northbound limited, a boy, 9.1-
from a trip Waynesville N. C. Harold C. Wall, lotal insurance ,
appears the best of any in this locality
I whose name could not be learned rode
agent motored to Jacksonville for the "
Col. A. Z. Adkins has had the fences A cleaning-up spirit has struck week-end., around on a dilapidated bicycle. Once WANTED-We buy L. L.. Y. 1'. ran. .
around his premises overhauled and Stnrke. Let the \good work fro on, but he went south close to the track to the dom and green botffila.' : Write us't' L t. J,::
don't' forget to mend the old, fences.i Ninth street crossing. A box car stood USED PHONOGRAPH TO QUIET I {
partly rebuilt. how much of this yo"u cut and If
I i iI J. W. Andrews and Misses Audrey / ;.1 3
I close to the crossing, so that the boy NOISE OF BORING INTO SAFE .' \ '
i i Johns and Madge Mlddleton\ motoredto you can cut schedule as well.Ve \ J.
Mrs. J. L. Warren left Saturday for :Miss Emma Hicks, of Hampton, Jacksonville Sunday. I could not see an automobile coming! .1

Madison where she will be with herm spent, Thursday and Friday with her I II from the cast as a fait clip. Hut his New Orleans, Sept. 25.-Mrs. A. ,want regular shippers., Schell-Sasso! y

E. C. Warren. i sister-in-law, Mrs. Carrie locks.i i J. II. Moore- and T. J. Terry, of brain was active. Seeing that he I Remington today discovered' why n'ounn' Manufacturing Co., P. O. Box 1092 .\ o.p",

i ] would be inevitably run over if he man who rented a room in her Jacksonville! Fla. 8-22-3t. oj
Lnwtey, had business in Starke Sat : ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Powell}!, of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Richard, of Pa-' relay. ,. staved, on his machine, ho, quick as house in Dauphino street a month ago )7 t

.Uuchun, spent Sunday here with her lathe, were here last week visiting lightning, jumped off. Tho car rim was so fond of music. With the finding !- FOR RKNT-Attractive bungalow, 7' .;yt ,',a

brother, J. W. AndreSr.. his mother, Mrs. Emma Richard.I Mrs. Era Tyson returned to her over one of the wheels and bent it, but i of an acetylene torch, a snfo in rooms, 2 baths. sleeping porch ga-

home, Jacksonville; Sunday, after a it was well battered before, and "the : the clothing store of L. Mercicr'si Suns rage. Either: unfurnished or partly r. t li,

I pay cash for chickens and eggs. I Mrs. II. Tomlinson, of Lake Butler, : visit to her father, A. E. Moitt.R. I. boy mounted it and-rodo away: not next door half drilled through and a furnished. All modern convenien- l

.I F. Kicklitcr. 9-29-2t!) 1'fig spending the week l with her daughter dreaming that ho had performed an hole in the wall between tho young ces. Mrs. S. I.'. Hamrick, Starko It' r4',

Mrs. E. R. Poppell. A. Collins, civil engineer in the action, much out of the ordinary. man's room and the clothing store, the? .

:Mrs. Alice Langford, of Alachua, employ of Bradford county, spent the % police are now seeking the musical\ WANTED-Several hundred cord eri'

vas the week-end guest of her moth- I j I E. R. Poppell, principal of Melrose wf k-end in Jacksonville.Miss :MILLAGE FIXED. BY COUNCIL*" roomer. four foot wood delivered at the It

".r, Mrs. E. J. Wainwright.Mr. I school, spent the week-end with his roil ENSUING YEAR "He seemed! like such a nice young\ Light & Water Plant, Starke. Parties p;

i family.Col. Maud Manning and L. W. --. man," said Mrs. Remington, "and, so interested,} in the above will

and Mrs. Merrill Powell, of Strickland enjoyed a motor trip to the New! Tax Rate Explained 'to the Public / fond of music. He had a phonographand please address the Board of Band ,

Gainesville, were guests of J. W. Andrews I A. Z. Adkins left Sunday evening State Farm Sunday. : -MillaRC Made LowerAt two records: "Under the Southern Trustees Starke, Flu., C. A. Futch,

.\ Sr., Sunday. | for a business trip to Lakelandand -"" Sea Moon and 'It's Up to You.' were Clerk.' -21)-2t( .

Wauchula. .' I II FreemnJ Registers locjxl 1 Buick representative n meeting of the town council j the names on them, but he never .

J. M. Mitchell will leave Saturdayfor has received his first new held Sept. 25th the millage for the + seemed to tiro of playing them when ANNOUNCEMENT; -Having closedmy

New York, where he goes to purchase I Mrs. Mary Wynn, of Charleston, s'l l Buick Four for demonstration.Miss ensuing year was fixed. I he was in his room. And to think that business in Starke ulP unclaimed -'

goods for his large store. C., has returned from a visit in 1 There seems to be some misunder- all that time he was taking bricks watches! clocks and jewelry pro ,

I ua, add is again with her nephew, J.j Elizabeth Brownlee left Friday st{nding on the port of some citizens 1 from the wall to rob a safe and playing left with the Steam Pressing f,.i.

Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones spent 1 W. Andrews, Jr. for DeLand, where she will be in as to the blanket raise. on all previous the phonograph so I wouldn't hear and mast be called/ for within 3l(> + 2'

Monday at Worthington Springs and t school the coming term. While in assessments on property in 'tha town him." i days, after which time they will bo ,

other places in Union county. I I Lawrence Ray and Pitt Tomlinson DeLand she is pleasantly located at of Starke. The council feels that the The musical roomer, who gave the Hold for cost of repairs. Staike 1

I two former Starke boys, are attending the home of Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch. public should be advised as to the position name of Mr. Lorenzo, only wanted his Fla., Sept 28, 1922. A. II. Brown I

Miss Margaret Godwin, of Lawtcy, Emory University, Atlanta, this taken by them in this matter.It room cleaned twice a week Mrs. Rem lee. Its ;
spent the week-end with Miss Iris Ep- i year. .. "" W. A. Scott, of Starke, arrived Friday was and still is the belief of the'' ington said. This morning when she ,

person, and while here attended the I .and is pleasantly located on West council that it is better to have a high I I went up to clean, the young man was OF I INtEREST TO COTTON GROW. .

carnival given by the Woman's. Club. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children Rich avenue for the season. Mr. Scott valuation and low millage than to gone and acetylene 'torch and\ gas ERS ''

I. of Brooker, were here Friday has Accepted 'the position as instructor have a low valuation and, high millage I tank and a hole in tho wall confronted .

Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and children, attending, < the carnival given by the in the grammar school of the De- and it was'! th) purpose of tho council i her. Police found a detective story Raiford, FIn., Sept 1, 1922 f1R

James William, Milton, Jr.,*and Martha Woman's; Club. Lanrl public st'hool.-DeLand News in instructing'\ the tax assessor to i i magazine with three stories marked. Editor Tchigraph, ,

are in Gainesville visiting her sister _)I make the blanket raise on nil proper- Tho titles were "Horning Clues," Starke, Fla.
Mrs. S. T. Dell. Miss Eunice Robinson, of Jacksonville BOX SUPPER 'ty to lower the millage | "Sinister. Shadows," and. "Scented' Evidence -
as near on a Dear Sir-Will you please allow me
i ispace
is few this weekat "
spending days
a ,
basis to the valuation'' .
compared new in the
put following notice inyour
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis and their the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. A box supper, given by the W. C.
MS it was under the old valuation and .
the benefit
for the
/ of cotton
T. U. at the paper
tonight ("Friday)
guest, Miss Josie Hoffman, of Jack- Robinson. 1 armory high 111 ill age. CHIPS '
tonville, and Charley] Powell spent the promises to bo an enjoyable affair. To illustrate Tho growers.

week-end at Kingslcy lake.A The U. D. C. will meet next Wed- The boxes will be auctioned off by G. to be assessed: the rnilluge old valuationwas yequired Handle newly dug sweet potatoesmore I am prepared to buy cotton and I

nesday afternoon, Oct. 4th, 4 o'clock M. Inman, the king\ of'auctioneers, and on like eggs than brick-they will will pay i the 'hlgh(>IIt market price. I 1
22 mills the '
daughter was born Monday to ut the residence of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell he will see to it that there be no dull or tax on $1,000.00 ;keep' better.' n m ready to gin either Sea Island or
valuation amounted to It
Mr. and Mrs. Ellery M. Davis. The on West Madison street. -moments. A part of the proceed will !, was Meade cotton for anyone who want -
the of the council
to lower the
young\ lady has been named Jean Pat be donated to the Woman's Club. purpose I A big woodpile will he worth money cotton ginned. I do not handle short '
millage to make
as near us possible '
terson. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children were The eyent will begin at 7 o'clock a this winter. cotton ut all, but miflto a specialty of i'
/ valuation $22.00.,1,
$1500.00 to
.-- --- v I Iin Lawtey Sunday visiting at the promptly. Come and have a good I Tinning Sea Island and taking care ; ,.
As above stated the
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Crews, of Miami I home of her mother, Mrs. M. E.: Edwards time the old assessment,walt millage 22 mills. and It's all right to trust in Providence of the seed for any ono who want to c !;

motored here last week and spenta to make the millage correspond : if you yourself have already done your alive/ their seed. a
few days with her mother, Mrs. J. L. CIVIL WAIl? best, f Tho Sea/ Island cotton market has
above outlined would be 14 mills.,
Warren. On their return to Miami I !Miss Bessie Pearl Tompkins, o:f % I ____ not opened up yet and I realize I cannot '{
Rut the council has farther and -
they visited relatives in Jacksonville. Lake City, has entered the B. II. S. lic, w would such a "notis" effect gone | Vegetables and fruit put up in the pay morel for cotton than anyone p
I has reduced this
1 mill the
-- I and while here will be with her aunt, conditions in Starke, do you think? making fall help to keep the garden and orchard else, but I can nnd will pay as. h Jh'n '

Mesdames W. J. Epperson, ]h L. Mrs. II. O. Brown. e The following is a fo'rm of "Notis1 millnge under the new assessment'! : on the table all the year. price for cotton as any other buyer ... ; '
13 mills. In
other words! in the
Brownlee, T. N. Ltmbaugh, Emily I .--- posted conspicuously] not one hundred and, will save you tho kind! of seed you

Philips motored to Lake TJutler Thursday N. N. Thomas, the express man, had miles from Clearfield( : '"If any man'aor place of n taxpayer paying $22.00() on I The fact that the' farmers furnish want. If cotton prices! advance any

and spent the day with Mr.., nd I his wrist )badly: sprained a few days woman's cow or, oxen gits' into a $1000.00 valuation under the old assessment the raw material is no excuse for giving where it will advance at Raiford, ai'

Mrs. Joe Hill Williams 1 ago when cranking his truck He Is these here otes, his or her tail will be $20.02! and old millage, ho will pay, them a raw deal in marketing the we expect to compete at all time In
on $1500.00 valuation under
rapidly improving. cut off as the case may bet I am a products. buying. We are glad to servo onyonu I
Four one-horse wagons\ now ready I Christian and pay mi taxes but darn a the new assesHment. Therefore, this who has cotton irt the way of buying ,

for sale; 1% and 2 inch tread, 1'i Mrs. Alma McMillan: left Sunday man or women who lets their crittersrun will show a.saving of $1.38> by the new j The heavier the;; firewood tho more or ginning. It in no use to ship your I i

inch axles. Made of selected oak and I for Jacksonville, where she will take luse say I.-Tyrone (Pa.) Her assessment.The' heat to the cord. One good cord, of cotton off from home when you can ",4L\
charge of the abstract business of the ald. citizens: understand that a few .
hickory. F. M. Rivers Plow Co., I Heusoned wood I has a fuel value about get the same prices and accommodations ,
months bond,
issue to tho
929tf'The i American Agricultural Chemical Co; ago a
Butler Fla. BAPTIST amount of $::1 ,(OOO.OO) () was voted for equal to a ton of coal at home.
I BULLETIN Yours for better prices for
Wednesday A. H. Brownlee who has had a jew .. certain improvements, and it was the -
Mot auction sale on -- {9-15-4t A. D. ANDItEWS.Hemingway's.
I ,
and | dry business in Starke for a few Overflow duty of the council to make provision N
of buyers ,, congregations were
drew a large present A good thing to think about when '
| months, has closed the business and on Sunday for taking care of this extra bond Issue .
excellent prices morning and evening
the goods brought ] considering/ the cover : "But thi {
moved to Winter Haven. last, to greet the and in order to do so, it was necessary crop ''I
G. M. Inman cried the sale in. ,, a fir pastor who had returned I say, he which goweth sparingly shall -I II
from his to assess additional\ millage for I .
manner. |' The na also sparingly."-2nd, Corinthians I
II I Walton Alvarez, formerly of Starke ture of the morning service brotghtsome interest and sinking funds. 2'4 mills reap I

Hollis Knight left Monday for At-I i now of Jacksonville, spent Sunday to the place of worship, it being was the least millage that the jounci 9:6.: I Cash Market I tat \

i here. Mr. Alvarez is a horse dealeron State Mission could assess 'for taking care of this I
lanta, where he will attend Emory j Day in all the Baptist "The farm; best home of the fame the depot ... I
bond issue. This is
millage extra
completed both a large scale. : Bible schools in the South. A I' \
University. Having\ ,! splendid the 13'%" mills, but would have had to liy; main source of national wealth; I
freshman and.junior work last year program was .renderedthe foundation of civilized
Capt. S. A. Bryan is enjoying the parts'being taken have been made. under the old valuation : society; the Meats that i ii" '
he expects to graduate at the ofI i( by men and women, natural Providence."-Inscription satisfy
comforts of a new Overland ]light four as well as by children.On and to raise the amount of mon over
this scholastic year. : doorway of Union Station Washington i" Vegetable .
touring car, purchased through theQuigley Sunday next the pastor will oc ey necessary for taking care of the ,
j bond issue If the council had D. C. I
Four one-horde wagons now ready Overland Co. cupy the pulpit. The morning service maintained All kinds fruit >

for sale; 1% and 2 inch tread, 1'. I will begin at 11 a. m. The message the old assessment, the millage To keep sorehead out of the poultry Free Delivery d
for this would have been <
at !
oak and Col. D. EX Knight received a message will he of a special nature in view of purpose I ,
inch axles. Made of least 3Mi mills where'It is 2L.The flock; hang a piece of canvas over thi .
last week from the secretary of the opening of the work for the now 4.
hickory. F. M. Rivers Plow Co., Lake fall opening of the feed hopper. Cut Flit '
the Board of Pardons, stating that C. and winter 'months. The ordinances total millage under the new assessment -

Butler Fla. .. 9-29-tf S. Douglass, who was' serving a life established by our Lord, Baptism and is' 11 whereas, to raise the In the canvas and keep tho slits welrreascd l We sell our meat

sentence had been granted the same revenue under the old assessment with an antiseptic salve! Thirds ,
a pardon. Supper will be
returned to observed. All that
Captain Horace Wilson a price gives usa
__________________ f members are asked to make the millage would have been at > in feeding get the salve on their! J
Gainesville Monday after spending of his a Jesse G. Johnson, Jr., nominee for effort to be present. a special least 25Vi. In summing up, the taxes leads and thin put a stop to the sore / fair margin of profit. I I '
week at the home parents .
or more head.
tax assessor of Union county, was i The evening service for the ensuing year property *wnrs We do. not sell
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wilson, on at 8:00: will cheap I' ...,.
visitor to Starke Wednesday. About be will pay $21.00 on $15.00 valuationwith !
fever. a memorial to Mr. Perry
account"ff) an attack of dengue Dover Now don't become peeved when we meats- We do sell the '
the bond Issuens
seventeen Mr. Johnson hada whose new against
years ago sudden ,
to pauinaway\ is '
Horace has recently been great tell you that some people's memoriesare '!
breakdown in'health and went to ly felt by the church a" well 22.00 on $1,000.00 old valuation without best at reasonable '
a the office of captain in the military as by better than They
yours. re memr -
the West to seek After in the said bond issue.
recovery. many Starke. Dr.
of Florida. Bullen would prices'
company the University > things that never happen.A '
i spending fifteen years' in Colorado, like the Masonic lodge'of 'which the GOOD 3IEALt .

, \ Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Farmer stopped Arizona and New Mexico he returnedto deceased was a'' faithful member to A GOOD PLACE TO SLEEP miser and a spendthrift should! I Phone fiive \
t Florida. It U compliment to his attend the
week a service :
I over in Starke the first of the on > as a token of re- ATBLACK'S work a. a team. With each' pulling\
their nood qiuUHIfij; *.> a citizen during the pect for their departed brother. us vour order and be J'
Petersburg The
\; way from St. HOARDING 1I0USrI: I against the other they might, strike a '
home to Jacksonville. While here earlier days of'hi residence at Lake sermon will be based on the well- LAWTKY. FLA.cola's I seneMe convinced. I '
pace. I
Butler that'the people, of Union county :known words of I
I they were guests of Mrs. Adaline Jesus 'in John! ].I' ::2-3. _
elected him to one of their most responsible 1 the topic cituso' and farfuenza l
friends"of Mr. yap
"Preparing :
iBaisdenv ]
; The many a Place. Smile when you feel a grouch .
- offices so soon after his retlrrn. There will be BnflMO TiblatJ ...m..1.ho com-I Hemingway's: ''
l atfd MM. Farmer were glad to greet i special musk for the LAXATIVE QUININE." I ing on. They can't both .t ,
occasion. sees! Taro U ualf. eeC "wOafoiu'
c'' hem again. t W entrees: II'".....**04 box. Kit.( t the some time. .
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Mrs. I. J. Priest Is having her residence John Grime died at the home of his last week transacting burin n
Y : Bradford County Telegraph repaired and repainted.) The, son, Walter, last Thursday, after a Gainesville.)

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t'J b son, L. J. Wynn and Will McKcever. 75 years of age and had ppent nearly by the advanced pupils of the
Published weekly and entered as __ all his life in Bradford add Clay counties school. It has been given the name At The. Head
i second class matter, at the post ZIFF lie was father of Arch Griffis, of the Tip-top Society, and every effort -
t fry' office. at Starke, Florida. who died in Plant City a few weeks is being made to make it tip-top.
:-= Ziff, Sept 29( .-Mr: and Mrs. A,. ago, and is survived by seven chil- The following officers have, been elect-
f ,w F.. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner Dryden and children] of Graham, and dren, three sons! and four daughters, ed: f theTractor'
\\W,' Ezra Swoarinfren, of Council, Ga..,, Ely, Smiley and Walter Griffls, Mrs. President, Fred Greene.
'; PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY were guests Suiidiiy at the home olMr. R.,M. Prevatt, Mrs. William Prevatt, Vice President, Livingston Russ.
I SUBSCRIPTION RATE und Mrs J. B. Thomas.! Mrs. James Starling and Mrs. Harney Secretary, Iva Colson. r
Per Year .- --- ____________2.00 I II Leland Litchfteltl\ ] and Willie For Forsyt(! Funeral services were conducted Sergt at arms, Prof. Wm. Craig.
I ADVERTISING:; nATES1 Myth arc able to attend} school again:( ,,, by Rev. E. D. Boyer at the Critic, Mann Andreu. Class
.. Display, PIT inch ______ _______- -2r! after several clays'' sickness. home of his son, Walter, and burial Program committee, Pearl Shaw,
f Plate Matter, per inch. ________ .20 Dalathia Starling! of Cooter Pond,. made in Kingsley lake cemetery. Ray Andreu Ona R ta Ward.
t! Readers, per line ____.._________ .10 was' visiting in our burg Sunday af Friends of the bereaved relatives Organist, Thelma Thomas.
L j I! STARKE, FLORIDA ternoon. extend their heartfelt sympathy. The following program will be ren-
) Is the county sent of Bradford county Ethel Dyal spent! Sunday" night at fSered by the society next Friday eve
,I v S a town of 1500 population; located I Graham, /guest of her aunt, Rub| TIIERESSA ning at 7:30: at the school house: ,
in the bent" agricultural section of Dyal. Opening song, by school.
1 the State. Miss' Leila Dryden Spent' Sunday as Theressa, Sept. 20.-Rev. Jones, of Recitation, Virginia Weeks.
/'of" Starke is beautifully located; has the guest of Misses Rhoda and Alva Lake. City, filled his! regular appointment I Dialogue, Ella Mae Hazen, Iva Col rYffllYi
1 .1. wide paved( streets lined with trees; Thomas. here at the Baptist church Sat- ; son, Ralph Hazen, Livingston Russ,
; excellent light, wat*. and sewerage Mr. and Mca.: 11... T. Thomas and urday and Sunday. Ray Andreu.
,t :. \ systems, well constructed building; children spent the week-end at Water- Mrs. Prevatt, of Starke,,and son, of Recitation, Alpha Hazen. .
r' trade and high school second to none; oak, guests of) relatives. Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. Song, Boys and girls. jIi ,.

f: five'churches, broom factory, nationally El1ery -Thomas and Hugh/ Butler S. Sibley Monday.C. :Debate, "Resolved, That Gen. Per-
." ** known mineral spring and the best Crosby )/Utlcneled. Sunday school at M. Humphrey was a visitor to "nlung was of More Service During the INTERNATIONAL INiERNAlIONAI
f. stores in the country. Two railroads Graham Sunday afternoon. Hampton Thursday afternoon. World War than President Wilson 8 f6 ntRosENE
\ supply excellent' transportation facilities. Johnnie Williamson, of Lulu, was Affirmative, Cephus Harrell, Harley NEROsruE TRACTOR
o. It is one of the largest!' strawberry NEW RIVER a visitor here Sunday.Drs. Andreu. TRACTOR
raising!' sections In ,the South. Biggs! and Parks, of Starke, Negative, Eugene Crosby Fred d
BRADFtrtjIO COUNTY New River., Sept. !9.-R. A. Andrewsof were professional visitors here Wed- Greene. H
Is one of the most fertile counties in Winter Haven, is the guest of his nesday. Reading, Elma Shaw.
$. the state of, :Florida. As an agricultural parents, Mr. mId Mrs. Frank Andrews.J. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, of Hampton Closing song. .
section! it has won high laurels E. Adkins and W. M. Hodges mo- was a week-end visitor here. Everybody invited to attend. --- _
for its crcrh. Bradford county Is the tored to Raiford Friday. Rev. E. Williams, of Stnrke, was I :fllnr I home of strawberries*' early crops, I Green Moody was a visitor to Luke called' here Saturday to preach the fu- Ing in the Starke high school, spent '\
/ which net farmers big/ returns. It is [ Butler Friday. neral of Fred Cloversettle. th) vetk-cnd hero with her parents I II.
f '. the home of a fine class of farmers!, a 'I Mr. and Mrs.!\ II. O. Rivers visited L. L. Youngblood and Mrs. B. C. I i iI !\I... and !Mrs. Jno. Shriver.Mr. .
community in which people can enjoy I relatives in Starke Thursday. Powell, of Larkin, arrived here last I and !Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and ...---
living I I, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews, of Lake I Thursday to be at the bedside of their' daughter, Inez, Misses Mann Andreu --::.. .- -..-:.
Any information, recording Starkeor ] Butler, Mr. and !Mrs.\ Knvid Shnw and :sister! Mrs. E.-S. Sibley, who was very and Eunice Hasten spent Sunday afternoon -
Bradford county will be gladly furnished ;J little daughter, Lnmn, of LaCrosse, ill, but is much improved at this writ- at Hampton Beach. .
by the Bradford! County Tele- were the gUCts.of! Mr. and graph. I II | Rivers Sunday. and Mrs. A. B. McGilray, of mother spent the week-end in Baker
e'' I I I nuggar Jones of Sampson City, was Larkin, are receiving congratulations county.
R PROVIDENCE I a visitor here Saturday afternoon. over.the arrival, of a son Sept. 15th. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and

'i I This community was greatly shocked The many friends of Mr. and Mrs'i i sun, Paul, spent Sunday with relatives 8-16
Providence, Sept..29.!) -Mr. and Mrs Thursday afternoon to hear of the E. SI: Sibley will) regret to at Lawtey. 1 -
'' ,. John Smith and children spent lust death of John lodge1( 1 ,*. who passed 1 the death of their little daughter on R. A. Weeks and family spent Sun- RELIABLE ECONOMICAL
".' week-end with ,the latter's sister, Mrs. away at his i home here at 4 o'clock Wednesday. Their many friends sympathize I day afternoon at Hampton Beach. ENDURABLE.
I Hiifrh/ Markham, near Olustee Sta- Thursday afternoon. His death was I with them in their loss. John Pinholster and sister, Lubed-I BURNS KEROSENE ..

tion. aMiss sudden, heart trouble being the cause Friday the community was shockedto fa, of LaCrosse, ('services :
Lou Amanda Pinholiter spent! lIe has made his home here for fifty hear that, Mr. Fred Cloversettlehad Sunday night.
y t 1 sevei-iu days last week with her sister, years, moving here when only a lud, passed to the great beyond.! He Sam Crews and son, Arlhur of La- DeWitt C. Jones
Mrs. C. 0, Biolling, leaving Friday with his parents, from Georgia. He leaves a heart broken wife, one son Crosse, were visitors here Saturday
morning; for St. Petersburg, where united with the Christian church several and four daughters! to mourn his loss, afternoon.
+ she will teach this winter. years ago and was a faithful also- one sister, Mrs. Rosa Chase, At Cards are being received here announcing -

Wiley Lanier and Resale Smith, of ,. member. He leaves to mourn his loss, Jacksonville. They have the sympa- the birth of a son to Mr. and
a Lake City, were visiting friends.here one brother, W. M. Hodges, two sisters thy of the entire community.The Mrs. R. L. Anderson, of Washington, 1 \
Wednesday. '| Mrs. Anna rims of Sapp and deceased was born in Philadel- D. C., Sept. 15th. The! little lad has
w e Mrs. Mabel Dowe and baby returned Mrs. Laura Peddle, of Raiford. Interment phia, Pa.;, 58 years ago, but had spent been named Roland Lewis, Jr. Mr. '
i to Jacksonville Sunday afternoon, after was made in the family lot Most of his life in Florida. Anderson has many relatives here, besides
r a visit with her aunt, Mrs. J. C. ;! in New River cemetery Friday afternoon n host of friends, who extend 'I
t Ward. RAIFOKD congratulations.Mrs. .
( John Carter spent last J week with'! Miss Onie Rivers has rcturnt'd' from -, I F. A. Andreu, of New River 1
t his sister, Mrs. Jesse Uielling, leaving ''( Sturke after a pleasant stay with relatives Raiford, Sept. 29.-Mrs. J. C. Jones spent Saturday and Sunday with her ,
i Friday morning for points in South and little son, Billy, left Wednesdayfor son, S. V. Andreu. I I New
6 t Carolina, where he will visit his fath- :j Grace Cooper and George Rivers, of New Smyrna, where she will visit M. P. Matheny and son, Emra, were I PolicyAT
?L er, Z. Carter, who formerly lived here. I I j Starke, were visitors here Saturday. I her sister, Mrs. W. W.. Farnell, for visitor to Gainesville Saturday :
.a J. W. Tomlinson and, Allison Biel- I 1 There will be church In the )packinghouse several weeks. ternoon. af-
I ling left Sunday for Jacksonville to Sunday morning and evening. Mrs. W. C. Whitten and children, 'Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andreu, of New
secure work. Rev. C. Smith will preach. Everybody f'harlene, Warren, Jr., and Eva Lee, River, were visitors here Saturday
I J. C. Ward, J. J. Ward and Will invited. returned to their home hero last week ternoon.. af-// ,
i Smith were business visitors to Lake I after visiting relatives in St. Augus- R. A. Weeks and T. C. Hazen spent BRYAN'S GROCERYMONEY
d a City Monday. (BRADFORD tine for several weeks. the first of the week on a fishing trip. '
Dr. J. l K. Maines was a professional Mrs. Jim Merritt and children, Rob- E. B. Andreu spent ;Monday in the I
t \ r visitor here several days this week. Bradford, Sept. 29.-Farmers of our ert and Richard, of Ft. Piercp, are county seat.
I;> Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brown visited I I section are gathering their crops and visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I SAVING SYSTEM
:;," t at the home of Eben Rogers! near i, preparing for a fine pork season Warren Johns, at thi stime. FREE FOR OUR READERS ,
'7 y\ ". 'Dukes! Sunday Mr. Rogers has been |I I I1 I O. W. Barry Is cutting shingles this Mrs. W. H. Andrews spent several We have made arrangements where? j FOR CUSTOMERS
4. / quite sick.Wilbur I If week.. days last week in Ocala visiting reln- by every housewife who reads this pa ,
I f j Smith is expected homo on C.1and E, B. Andreu were in lives and friends. I per can obtain a copy of "Reliable I
Friday for a week.end visit with hIs Starke Monday attending to business A. D. Andrews was a visitor to I Recipes" absolutely free of charge by Customers of
Bryan's will
;p; parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Smith. Mrs. Gaines, teaching Bradford's Jacksonville recently. :simply writing the Home Economics reapa
1 .a. #O!' There is R siege of eoMs I fever, school, anY+ Miss Geneva Hariell)) were Mrs. Loney Canova and children, of Department qf tire Calumet Baking great profit and
,. chills and grippe: in our section and, shopping in Worthington Saturday. Jacksonville! were guests of Mr. and Powder Co., 4100-28 Fillmore Street, ; save many $ $$

of .c .not many families ,have escaped the Mr. and )Mrs Wade Harrell were in Mrs. A. D. Andrews recently. I Chicago, 111."Reliable by the new system to be adopted

., maladies, Worthington Saturday. They were I Recipes" contains 70 na-
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accompanies by their daughter, Miss .BROOKER I ges of recipes and other information by Mr. Bryan on October 1st.
r' HAMPTON / Lucile. l I' I appreciated by every housewife It
J. V. Edwards and family have moved Brooker, Sept. 29.-(Mr. aDd Mrs is illustrated i In colors and will {prove
)# Hampton, Sept. 29.! -Alonzo'-Jlurden to Tampa where they will make,. R. A. Andrews and children, of Win- quite helpful in preparing the daily Bargains For All
ter Haven have been for
hero the
their home. menu.
of Jacksonville, is the guest his ,
mother, Mrs T. J, Durden, this week. S. C. Andreu, of Midway, is visit past week visiting relative! We have nluo made arrangementswith Every Saturday will
p F. E. Henry has recently been a Inn his parents this week and assist Everett Clemons, of Jacksonville, the Calumet Baking Powder Co., be bar-
,. business visitor to Jacksonville. ing in gathering the crops. spent,Thursday here with his mother, whereby their Home Econpmics Department gain day at this store. Some
Mrs. H. C. Clemons. special
C. B. Roberts, of Graham, was II Mr. and Mrs S. C. Andreu are the will cheerfully answer all
business visitor here this week. proud! parents of a daughter. Fred Hazen left last Wednesday for questions pertaining to cooking, the article will be sold "
Dr. Biggs, of Starke, was a professional I A. A. Edwards wasin, Brooker Saturday Otter Creek where he is doing relief kitchen equipment, etc. There* is absolutely a Knockout -
visitor here'this 'week. morning: work. no charge for this service.! price on that
Jno. Shriver had attack of day. People
', Elder Redgrave preached at the C. II. Andreu was in Brooker Sat a severe Write the Home Economics Department
& Christian church Sunday morning and urday. acute indigestion Tuesday night. Dr. of"the Calumet Baking PowderCo. will buy here because WE WILL
t evening. J. W. Bishop, of Alachua, attendedhim ., 4100-28 Fillmore'St., Chicago, 111. --
Mrs. 'S. M. Simmons left Monday for .-n'EIII.E: and at this writing Mr. ShriverIs today for a copy of Reliable Reel- SAVE THEM MONEY.Money
somewhat improved. .
''Millwood, where she and !Mr. Sim. lps
mons will be temporarily located. Five :Mile, Sept. 2!).-Mrs. C. I.'arnes Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, '
'i Rev. Burke, of Waldo, will preach \ and children/ spent the weekend Resale and Misses ThclmaThomas I VICTORY BONDS is scarce.
at the Methodist church Sunday, both in Johnstown, guests of relatives: and Iva Colson, were visitors to the paying cash we can buy
) morning and evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Drawdy are now county, seat Thursday afternoon.Mr. The government is exercising its cheaper, consequently sell cheaper to our custom
i Miss Eva Hodges was the guest of occupying the Whitehurst cottage and and Mrs. R.-A. Weeks were vistors option of calling in several series of era. We want our customers to save and so i
l her sister, Mrs. II. B. Wiggins, of Ur.. and) Mrs. Ardell Drawdy are occupying to Gainesville Wednesday the Victory, or fifth issue of its war have decided to money
Starke, this week.S. the house they vacated. P. M. Barefoot spent Saturday attending bonds. These bonds are to be surren rUn a strictly CASH STORE after

R. Swindel, of Thereasa, was attending B. L. Dukes spent Sunday here with to business in Starke. dered on ,December 15th, and those OCTOBER 1st.
to business here Saturday. his family. E. M. Hazen spent- Friday afternoon who hojd them after that date will be We shall continue
1, $; ) Mrs.. J. P. Sullivan returned to her Miss Hattie Dukes "spent, Saturdnv at the county seat. entitled to no further interest pay to give the public the use
't: i home here Monday, after a visit with and Sunday in Lake Butler, guest of Mr and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and chile! ments. The Bank of Starke has full of our free wagon delivery and all phone orders

r '( her son, Cleveland Sullivan, of There her sister, Mrs. Josie Stewart. dna: spent Friday in Starke.E. information about the series that I will be given our prompt attention..
sa. :Misses Norma Dekle and Ruby Proctor B. Andreu, Sr.,spent the first of have been called in and will be gladto I Telephone 32
; t y Mrs. J. C. Keen and children were spent the week-end here with the assist holders in converting their REMEMBER : : Cash after Oct. 1 st; No postdated -
visiting, relatives at Yelvington .last former', parents, :Mr and Mrs. P. P. A TONIC bonds into cash. We will transport I checks; Same high quality
week. Dekle. Or ve'. Tasteless chill Tonic restores the bonds under our insurance! and attend for goods only more I
I v };' Me srs. C. A. and R. L. Birt were Energy and Vitality by Purifying and to all correspondence without your money; We must have cash to sell at rock .

guests of their father, W. P. Birt, of LAVTEY Enriching the Blood. When you feel its charge. bottom prices. So save money by trading where a t
+ 1 Alachua county, Sunday. strengthening. ,Invigorating effect see howit BANK OF STARKE, dollar goes the farthest. 1..;
r E. J. King left Saturday for Tampa John Dubose was in town on busl- brings color to the cheeks and how 9-22-2t Starke Fla. .t
,. where he will visit relatives. ncL'S Tuesday. it Improves the appetite you will then
1 ii wt ,' A..A. Durden was a business vlsi-( Max Wimberly and sister, Miss appreciate Its true tonic value.
?, ; "' > tor t\ Starke this week. Vlnifred, were visitors here Tuesday. Grove Tasteless chill Tonlo is simply : BRYAN'Sk
:Miss Ollie .:Marr, Muxville: was Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So 666 ,
1 ; R. L. Crews was the guest of relatives -
the guest of relatives here Tuesday. pleasant even childfen like it The blood
,: t and friends In Starke Sunday; Miss Fogg one of our teacher! needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to Cures Malaria) Chills and Fever ', \.
t :r:: W. B. Alexander) and W. H. Jones I spent the weekend at her home 1n Gvip Enrich germs it. Destroys by Its Strengthening Malarial germs Invigorating and Dengue or Bilious Fever. It kills I THE ECONOMY STORE i irnJwuwi '
were isiting in Starke Sunday. Graham. Effect GOc. i I the germs.

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=- I DeWitt C Jones I II. B. Wcst, civil engineer, of ITEMS: FROM fcAWTEY. '

I itor in Lake Butler Hampton, was in town Saturday.

I : A Telegraph representative, callingat 'ENT-A-WOR1

iriS of Local : O. L. Censley spent The special jiervces at the Presby- Lawtey Tuesday, picked up the fol-

,Jacksonville terian church lust Sunday was both lowing items: COLUMN
I interesting end Instructive

II InformationOmr : ;Mrs. E. L. Biggs Mrs. W. J. Block has opened n .
BASKETBALL TEAM: boarding house here. This has beena 1
I.iwtey! and '
long felt need for visitors in WANTED--Missionary strawberry,
I II r- Omr 1%._ .. 7./M..sd. "" our
PNtINJ/4 M ... c._.'. ...., T_ I Athletics of Bradford High School town. plants; second runners preferred.G. .
J. Andrews Jr.
W. will organize basketball team for C. Cady, Starke. !0-13-tf; f +,
carload of Ford
I cars it announcedthis !Mrs. Sara Loadholt. will add a II
the coming season, was
l week. There is some fine mater- complete stock of groceries to her I FOR SALE-Our Walnut street residence '.

Llama Starling, of Lawtey, was a vis F. E. Chase is ial from which to' select a team and market in the near future. at a bargain, if sold at once, vl
Starke Tuesday. by sickness Write Jay S. Brown, Plant City,
here.r should make good record
lit hoi home the boys a
I, Prof. Dowling fs' already in corres- Dengue fever seems to have a largenumber Fla. 8-18-8t-10-6

O. L. Beasley I left Saturday for Sam Rosenberg I pondence with school teams throughout of people) on the nick list. '
[I. with relatives in Americus, Ga. itor here on Tuesday. the booking FOR SALE-About 40 berry refrigerators .
state! games.
jtacelenny! /
I Miss Beatrice Allen, popular clerkin sixty-four quart. Dirt

Neff is having his residence Charles Moitt, of There will be the relCular'81'rvlces Young's Department Store, spent cheap fojr cash. Brown "& Son, Plant

(government Walnut street repaired and. to see his father, A. at the preHbyterianchurch next. Sun- Sunday at Hubert Springs: City, Fla. 8-18-8MO-6 ,

icKlilrr's.._ I I day. Subject both m..ninand!, eve- FOR SALE CHEAP Buick Six
n' ____________ Miss Ella E. I ning, "The Glorious Gospel of the L. M Loadholtz was a business visitor In
i No. 1 condition, with second set of .,
Mi1R.\ sister Mrs. L. E. in Jacksonville !Monday.Mr. '
Sparkman, of Tampa, was Lord Jesus Christ. tires; tires are practically new. A.
\'? Monday. I! Wednesday on business and State Farm during I
A. Wainwright, Route 1, Stark:
acquaintances. MINDSunday and Mrs. L. P. Watterson, of t'I

jot i _________________ ____. Fred }. Stump, i DeLron Springs, are visiting: friendsin :,I

nit trip to I : has been laid on Church chant, was a business evening, whilo a crowd of Lawtey. FOR SALE-A practically new piano. '

in front of the Methodist po.r- Gainesville Tuesday. I people were at the depot waitjng for Will sell cheap. A.,, A. Wainwright, \

Harold Wall and Mrs. Emma Richard's lots. the belated northbound limited, a boy, "Doc" Brown's strawberry patch Route 1, Starke. D-l-tf f,
trip to i i Harold C. Wall, the best of in this local
fruni B appears any .1 ft t
I whose name could not be learned, rode

spirit has "struck I agent! motored to around on a dilapidated bicycle.! Once ity. WANTED:"" We buy L. L.,: Y. P. ran- ) I,
> "I.I A. Z. :week-end.
Let the good work fro: on, but i he went south close to the track to tho dom and green bof ds. -rite-AI'' !> "
his ,
,iroum1! '
the old 1 fences Ninth street crossing A box car stood USED PHONOGRAPH; TO QUIET J. :
?ir I II ( close to the crossing, so that the boy NOISE OP BORING! INTO; SAFE '
I I Johns and Madge I you can cut schedule as well. We t ,

bars\ J. L. \ : Emma Hicks, of Hampton, to Jacksonville ]I could not see an automobile coming want regular shippers. Schell-Snsso ::1 t (
Thursday and Friday with her I from the east as a fast clip. Bert his New Orleans, Sept. 25.-Mrs, A. I' .
UmliHon where : brain wus active. Seeing that he 'Remington today discovered why Manufacturing Co., P. O. Box 1003! :
K C. i Mrs. Carrie\ Hicks. J. II. Moore anti !\ a .

____ _________________ I would be inevitably run over if he young man who rented a room in her Jacksonville! Flu. 8223t.,
Lawtey, had business
staved on his machine, he, quick as house in Dauphino street a month ; I>
and : and Mrs. II. C. Richard, of Pu- urday. ago ,
Mi here last week visiting I lightning jumped off. The car ran was so fond l of music. With the finding \ FOR RENT-Attractive bungalow!: 7'f
,, were .
\"in'hua, spent Mra. Emma Richard. !Mrs. Eva over one of the wheels and bent it, but of an acetylene torch, a safe in rooms, 2 baths, sleeping! porch, ga ,} a,
u.iiher. J. W. Tyson...,
: I. home Jacksonville it was well battered, before, nnd the the clothing store of I., Mcrcler's Sans rage. Either: unfurnished l or partly '
i mounted it and-rodo "not next door half drilled and furnishl"All\ modern( conveniences. 4'
I boy away, through a
visit her father A. '
I cash I It. Tomlinson, of Lake Butler, to "
pay 1 dreaming that he had performed nn holo in the wall between the young Mrs. S. Haiurick, Starka It } ,
the week with her daugh
I Kickhter.I !
H action much out of the ordinary.IIUAtiF. man's and the \ the 1"
E. R. Poppell [ R. A. Collins, civil room clothing Store,
Mrs. Alice ; employ of Bradford t police ore now seeking the musical WANl'ED-8e\'pral hundred cords> of I

four foot wood! delivered at the '\
.it- the -(. : Poppell, principal Melrose: wuek-end in :\ ; FIXED BY COUNCIL roomer. 4
"Ho seemed like such nice LightVater Plant, Sturke. Par-
"i Mrs, E. J. ii spent the week-end with his \ Poll ENSUING; YEAR a yotingnt4n \ .
I Miss Maud ," said Mrs. Remington, "and so Men interested in the above wilt .

I Strickland fond of music. He had a phonogrnphnnd please address! the Board of Bond, ,
Mr. andrB.! a New Tax Rate Explained to the Public '
I : State Farm Sunday. I two records: "Under the Southern Trustees, Starke, I'lu., C. A. Futch, 1
'lainesville, A. Z. Adkins left Sunday e\e- -:Millage :Made LowerAt
were I Lakeland .sFreemiA- Sea Moon' and l 'It's Up to You.' were Clerk. !-2'J-2t! "y,;
Iri'ws, Sr., | a business trip to -
1 1 the names on them, but he never :i"r
Register, <<
n meeting of the town> council r
I II i seemed to tire of them whenhe ANNOUNCEMENT Having closed, a '
resentative has playing !
[, held 23th: the for the
J, M. Mitchell Sept. millage I '
I : Mary Wynn, of Charleston, Buick Four for : fixed. was in his room. And to think that my business in Starke, all'unclaimed ''l.,;,.
for New York, s'l ensuing year was
returned from a visit in ___ ___________ i all that time he was taking bricks watches, clocks and jewelry are 7 ;
,hase goods for j There seems to bo some misunderstanding .
II I is again with her nephew, J.j| Miss Elizabeth on the part of some citizens'as from the wall to rob a safe and playing left with the Steam Pressing r..,. ;, '"

DeLand i the I wouldn't hear and be called for within 30days ,
Jr. day for phonograph so midst
Mr. and Mrs. to the blanket raise on all previous
t rj school the coming him." < after which time they will be :J
Monday at assessments on property in the town
i Ray and Pitt Tomlinson, DeLand she is The musical, roomer, who gave the sold' for cost of repairs Starke, *'. ;.
other. places in j I of Starke. The council! feels that the
Starke boys!, are attend 'the home of Col. and public should be advised as to the name of Mr.. Lorenzo, only wanted his Fla., Sept. 28, 1!l22. A. II. Brown- ;I

I i ___ __________ position "
University, Atlanta, this # room cleaned twice a week, Mrs. Rem- lee. It j
Miss Margaret taken by them in this mutter. ,
I W. A. Scott of ington said. This morning when she- :
belief: : "t
pent the i It was and still is the of theronn11
and I day,and is pleasantly] that it is better to have a high went up to clean, tho young man was OF INTEREST: TO COTTON GROWERS ti.:

person,armv'al l I and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and, chil! Rich avenue for the valuation and low millage than to gone and( an acetylene 'torch and( gas,\ \ '

given Brooker wcro here Friday has Accepted a the tank and a hole in the wall confronted -I ;
have a low valuation and high millagp .vl
Mrs. J. M. I the carnival given by the tor in the !grammar and it was th. purpose of the coun- her. Police found
Club. Land public school.- instructing magazine with three stories marked. Editor;: Telegraph '' :
James William, cil in the tax assessor to ,
nn are in a I make the blanket raise on nil property Tho titles were "Burning Clues," Staike, Fla. ,

"I"i.a : Mrs, S. T. I Eunice Robinson, of Jackson BOY to lower the millnge as near on a "Sinister" Shadows," nnd "Scented( Ev- Dear Sir-Will you please allow mo ./.,'

spending a few clays this week A box l"I basis compared to the new valuations idence. space! in put the following notice in 4 ...ii,

Mr. and Mrs. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. supper, it was under the old valuation and your paper for the benefit of the cot- f '
T. U. at the armory ( ) Cltll'9Iihndle ;
ouest, Miss I f promises to be an high millage.To ton glowers.! 17' n

onville, and Wed The boxes will be illustrate: The millage >'''lulr- I newly dug sweet"potutoo I 1101 prepared to buy cotton and! '
U. D. C. will meet next
ed to be assessed the old valuntion Jam
rl -k-end at on will market price. I
!M. Inman the IIYllho I hJghest
king of like than will r
afternoon, Oct. 4th, 4 o'clock, 22 mills, the more eggs brick-they .
I'P was or on $1,000.00valuation .
either Sea Island
residence of Mrs. J. :\. Mitch- he will see to it that keep butter.- ready to !gin or 1
amounted to 2200. It
daughter was
moments. A part of Meade cotton for anyone who wants -
Mr. and Mrs. West Madison street. the of the council to lower the .
j : short
be donated to the A big woodpile will be worth money; cotton ginned. I do not handle 11rotton

young lady has A. Z. Adkins and children were The event will bel<\ millago as near as possible to make aIMO.OO this! winter. 'IAt all, but mitfta! a specialty of rJ.tinninA' .
$ valuation amount to $2200) "
terson. : i
visitingat the promptly. Come Sea Island and taking care
I Sunday I -
As above stated the under
her mother. Mrs. M. E.' Ed time. | It's all right to trust in [Provideno of the seed for any one who wants to :
Mr. and Mrs. the old assessment was 22 mills, and their Brad.! .
if have already done
imi, motored CIVil. to make the mill lle correspond as best you yourself. Your The Sea Inland cotton market has 'J:.

few with above outlined it would be 14% mills. '
a days and! I realize I .f.
Bessie Pearl Tompkins, of | not opened up yet cannot ,.
Warren. On But tho council has farther and -
!gone II
has entered the B. H. S. IIw would such I Vegetables and fruit put up} in the pay more, for cotton than anyone' M1
has reduced this 1 mill the
visited making
they ,
I here will be with her aunt, conditions in Starke, new ,fall help to keep the garden and orchard else, but I can and, will pay as! high n
millage under the nsle'ssmpnt
m '
Mesdames W. O. Brown. e The following is a l on the table all the'nr.. price for cotton ns any other buyer,
13% mills In other words In the
posted seed
conspicuously and will save you the kind of you

Brownlee, T. .-Thomas- the express man, had miles from'Clearficld( : place of a taxpayer: paying $22.00 on I -The fact that the farmers! furnish want. If cotton prices advance any-
motored $1000.00 valuation under the old "
Philips I badly sprained a few ,days or woman's cow 01. a assessment the raw material is no excuse for givIng where it will ,advance at Raiford, as'
day and spent and old millage he will
these here otes his pay
i I cranking his truck. He is them a raw deal in marketing thq we expect to compete at all time In
:Mrs. Joe Hill cut off the $20.C2 on a $1500.00 valuation under
as case to
improving.! products.The buying We arc glad serve onjono I
Christian and pay mi the new assessment Therefore, this who lama cotton In the way of buying( I

Four I i Alma McMillan: left Sunday man or women who I will show a saving of $I.3S by, the new I heavier the.; -firewood the more< or ginning.\ It Is no use to ship your

for sale; 1V4 will take luse I.:' I assessment. Ji
she '
where run say ( ) heat to the cord. One good cord of cotton off from home when you can ,
inch axles. i I Thfcitixens understand that few
of the ald. a '
of the abstract business I seasoned wood has a fuel value] about get the same prices and accommodations ,
hickory. F. M. Chemical Cod months ago a bond issue" to the
i Agricultural at home.
equal to a ton of coal. '
Butler, Fla. BAPTIST amount of $:!6OOO.Oo was voted( for
Yours for better prices for cotton. 1
I -
certain and it the .
Brownlee, who has had a jew- ,..- improvements, was !0-15-4t A. D. ANDREWS
The Moth I for few Overflow duty of the council to make provisionfor
in Starke a .
A good thing to think about when
day drew a large has closed the business and ent on Sunday/ taking care of this extra bond issue -
i the "But thisI
the 1 goods<\ I Winter Haven. last, to greet the and in order to do so, it was necessary considering: cover crop: ;
G. M. Inman } turned from his to assess additipna, ) millage for say, he which soweth sparingly shall. I Hemingway'sCash i I '
also reap'sparinCly.2n.I/ Corinthians I
interest and sinking funds. 2'4 mills'was
manner. II I ] Alvarez, formerly of Starke ture of the morning .
__ ______ I I i the least millage that the council 9:6.: Market
,i, Jacksonville, spent Sunday some to the place of I i iI
Hollis Knight could assess 'for taking of this
is horse dealer ing State Mission Day care ..
Mr. Alvarez a I.
"The farm best home of the fum the
lanta, where he \ I I I scale. tist' Bible schools. in bond issue. This millage Is extra to ; I at depot i

University. splendid the 13% mills, but would have had to ify; main source of national wealth; I
i program
foundation of civilized the
have been made. under the old society; '
freshman and valuation Meats
I S. A. Bryan Is enjoying the parts being taken by natural Provl.lence.-Inscriptlon. ? that satisfy
he and to raise the amount of over
expects to of a new Overland light four as well as by children.On money I
doorway of Union Station, Washington Vegetable
this scholastic car, purchased through the 'Sunday next the necessary for taking care of the f. I II
D. C.
I Overland Co. cupy the pulpit. 'The bond Issue. If the council had maintained All kinds fruit ;,

Four will begin at 11 a. the old assessment, the millage

for sale; l4 | D. E. Knight received a mes will be of a special for this purpose would have been at To keep sorehead out of the poultry I Free Delivery

inch axles. week from the secretary of the opening of the least 3V. mills, where* it it now 2'i, flock hang a piece of canvas over tho I 'I, w
opening of the feed hopper. Cut: slits
hickory. F. M. of Pardons, stating that C. and winter'months. The total millage under the new assessment I :

Butler, Fla. who was serving a life established by our is ! greased with an antiseptic salve. The I
been granted a pardon. the Supper, will be same revenue under the old assess rat that
Captain : had members are asked to ment the millage would have been at birds in feeding get the salve on their ll a price gives us .

1 heads and this put a stop to the sore a fair margin profit.
Gainesville G. Johnson, Jr., nominee for effort to be present. least 25'At. In summing up, the tax head. I II

week or more at >r of Union county, was i The evening : es for the ensuing year,property ,wn- I We do. not sell cheap : '

ents, Mr. and to Starke Wednesday. About be a memorial to err vfill pay$21.00 on $15.00 valuation, Now don't become peeved when wo meats .. We do sell the ,"

account af an years ago Mr. Johnson had whose sudden passing with the new bond Issue,,as against

Horace has in" health and went to ly felt by the church $22.00 on $1,000,00 old valuation with- tell you that some people's memories. best at reasonable ,
4 better than
are yours. They remember
81 the office of to seek. recovery. After many in Starke. out the sa'd bond issue. things that never happen. prices .
( of the
. S company fifteen years in Colorado, like the Masonic coonlEL! .ebt

Mr. and New Mexico he returned deceased was a' ; A GOOD PLACE TO SLEEP; :: : A miser and a spendthrift should Phone 19 111:
and Mrs.
to his attend the service \ ;
Starke It is a compliment as AT work as. a team. With each' pulling,!,
over in for order and be : '
citizen during the spect their us vour
',their from as BLACK'S: HOARDING HOUSE against/ the other they might strike a I 'r,
way of'his residence at Lake sermon will be I
home day LAWTEV, FLA. seneVIa' pace. I convinced.Hemingway's. 'l,
that'the people of Union coun known words of Jesus : r I

F' they Baisden.were. him to one of their most re the topic being .. bolds Cduso' ucip: .n4 rnthienza Smile when you feel a grouch com.j I I 'if

The offices so soon after his re- There will be special LAXATIVE! BP.OUO QUININE Tiblaa remove Uu can't both t t
ing They
aifd Mrs. Farmer occasion. ...._ Tt.. I* only on. r3wQulati.*.' on. -
them again. W CXOYC.I a!"*" "< +<">bo*, soujflfr the same time. -
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: ..... ....._ l'-I WHEREAS. the Lrwlalatur of 1 1921 under
** **** ** ** ** MAY SALIVATE YOUIt YARD the Constitution of 1HH5. of the State of Florid I

r.----- I *, did pass four Joint Resolutions proposing -
amendment to the Constitution of the
is Mercury, Quicksilver, Shock The United States government ii. State of Florida and the same were agreedto
' With The Bradford by: a vote of three-firths of all the mem-
'UL Liver and Attacks) Your Bones busty! demolishing the famous Hog Island hers elected to each house: that tho vote

shipyardnear Thiladulphia. On on call. Joint Resolutions vr entered upontheir
respective Journals. with the yen and
Calomel salivation Is horrible. It the spot where, during the days of nnv tWroon. and they did doti-rmln and direct
k County Farmers that the said Joint Riwolution be sub-
swells tho tongue, loosens tha teeth the World War, 36,000 men built ships milted u tho electors of the State. at the

and starts rheumatism. There's no at rpcord-brvnking speed 50 men are Ceni-ral Eli-etlon In November." 1 022.
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,.b _*.*..#*...***..*........_._.....___..__.__-.. .. ..............._ reason why a person should take sickening now busy tearing down the big ways Sncretarr. of State of the Slat of
III P1 T: few cents buys Florida do hereby: give notice that a
l'I I : calomel when a while the government holds auction ELECTION

/. I : a large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tonea sales to clear the land. GENERAL .
will be held In each county: In Florida on Tiiesday -
.t i ON'T TRY TO TEACH OLD DOGS !! ..'umm.TUUCKEltS AND BERRY perfect substitute for calomel. It Twenty-five of the 50 huge ways, next succeeding the A rut Monday In No.

,j ji :NEW: TRICKS\: GROWERS PLANNING- is a pleasant vegetable liquid which representing feats of engineering;, are the Vfmber, A. D. 19.2 the said. Tuesday being We grind[ Our Own Lenses

I BUMPER CROPS will start liver Just as surely as SEVENTH DAY OF" NOVEMBERfor
; your already down, and the general appearance -I

I There was a farmer who did not calomel, but it doesn't make you sick of the biff yard is that of a !I Joint the Resolution ratification. proposing or rejection amendment of the said to 5 NODELAYQaincsVillc.

\ He 1 The truckers of Florida looking and cannot salivate. the Constitution of the Slat. of Florida, via:
1 1 7 wear shoes, but who wanted to. are tornado swept place. It is expected Flondex.

t4 ir read that shoos were made from a i forward to harvesting one of their Calomel is a dangerous drug, be- that some large manufacturing, or \ JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing an

.L cow's epidermis.. Hut! the hides collected biggest crops, according to A. P.Spencet' sides it may make you feel weak, sick tornge plant will locate on Hog Island of Amendment thp Constitution to Section of the 14>6tat of*Artlcl of Florida.XII -

vice director of the Agricultural and nauseated tomorrow. Don't losea i Relating to Education..
his woods critters cleared
from were BO when the government has
of the SI.t.ot .
Be Legislature
of It Rmolved by the
full of holes that they did not make extension division, who has just day's work. Take a spoonful the ]sand Florida i "IN A BAD WAY"If

r k /good shoes. I made a tour through one of the maintrucking necessary. Your druggist says if you When bids for sale of the entire J 0T o.tA th iel:0 XII o? the amendment Conntitutlon to Section of the

sections of the state. Being don't find Dodson's Liver Tone acts State of Florida rolatlnir to education be,
He also did not bacon and low it decided -
t "' put up No salts yard wore extremely was and ths same .la hereby. agreed to and shall --
ham, but he wanted to. He read that asked for his impressions of the will wake up feeling great. to hold individual auctions. Everything he submitted to the elector* of the Slat. at
.. the general election of representative* In 1922 your bade gives out.
bacon and ham made from trip Prof. Spencer said: better than treacherous calomel, your
were : from a piano to a 100,000 ton for approval or rejection; iSection Become: lame weak or "ihing:
I hofjs. lIe found only a few bones under "The vegetable growers of Semi- Dodson's Liver Tone instead and you lot of steel can be bought at the auc- the division 10. The of any Legislature: county or may counties providefor Into If urlmu'y troubles sot in.

F the hides of the hours that he killed nole, Orange and Osceola counties are money is waiting for you.Adv.66BlII" tions. Household furniture also is convenient biennially school of districts three school: and trustee for the election who- Perhaps your klJne.SH .11" ID.

.1 after running them down with now in their busiest season preparing shall hold their office for two years and who bad way."

1 doirs. I to plant the usual large acreages\ and sold.Dec.. 1.. has been set as the limit of hull within have the the district supervision and for of the ell levying the schools and Doan's Kidney Pills are I''01: weak

lie never filled his barns,' but he with some increases. There is an optimistic PAID BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS the Hules and about $25,000,000: will collection of a district school tax for the exclusive kidneys.
GtnsrJi Fund woe of public free. schools within the .
'I wanted to. He read that you cut hay feeling in those sections I visIted Martha Rlgg pauper -.____'.___.____. 2 JJ have been Pealized by that tjme from district: whenever K majority 'tIf the quail- Local evidence proves. tilt'n! unit

and and store it in lofts. But last week. All the available acreage L. L. Ragan do _______..__.___-_ I.an estimated. fled electors thereof that pay a tax on real L. H. Eastman r tir.r tl"i > .>ttn|
i grass Martha Wllkln.on do ___...u_____.._ s.on steel and equipment, it Is or personal property shall" vote In favor of Main St.. Stance I
; x it made his hands. sore to Rather\ the about Sanford and Winter Gardenis Wada Wynn: do ......__._n__._____-- 4.00ICflado One of the largest recent purchaseswas such levy: provld.d. that any tax> authnrlxeil man 'u"1": imv ,:
_________-_____.._____ 8.on by this section shall not exceed ten mill. on a grent deal of I trouble: w1, k,
. sundspurs he"frrow in his fields. being planted as usual. The farmers J O William do a' ________._______._____ 8.00 by a New York City steel brokerage the dollar In any one year on the taxable. neys In St.t .'otercljiiig, 1"0.1) ' __________.____ 8.00> property of the district.A ,
Children do
H r hud to to town to buy corn. are'fcrtilizInK heavily and makingall Newman J tons.
i.. fro house which bought 150,000 aso. There was i '. '
Martha McDonald do .________________ 2.00 years n"Hi
: He read that some farmers. grew sufficient preparation! fqr bumper crops. E C Bvrd do __... -__..______n__-_ 3.9? of steel. S JOINT RESOLUTION to Artlcln) V of ProposIng the Constitution anAmendment -I acres tha small of my b.i< :. 1 <

I to feed their horses but "At Kissimmee about hundred I. K Melvin .do _______ 4.00Marg.r.t Florida" Relative to the I nff>, reil, ,
_ 1 corn a Roberta do ___._.n____"___ J-jJJ "f the State of felt pretty lumt.

: it was not worth while to harvest his and!, fiftyaeres of strawberries are now Willie Martin doMrs ____._...--.....-.---- -'00 KILLS PAil BY SCHOOL BOARD Ho:Judiciary It I Ilmnlvcd. Department.'by the Left-Mature, of the Stat vere palnn In the back 01nnJ I II and,
Marr Ty,. do ------------ --- Klokliter board service _______ 4.20A I
few cars to-bo eaten by the weevils being set out in addition to large -- -__ __________ 0.00 L W __ :of Florida: everything: seemed in i A
M... Tom Pyal do ___ nn A llama do ______n____________ 8.00) That the following amendment to Article
___ ', before the horse saw them. acreages of truck crops. Through the Mrs Sarah Kiitdon do v-------------- '.00 I. J Wynn do _______________________ tna'na 6.40 V of tIle Constitution of) the State of Florida neighbor advised me to I u I I I'> m >
1Tarrlo ... 00 ____________ )) '
Kate Collins do ------ --- ----- --- : II II VUxulna eolnry. curt .relative to the Judiciary Department to henumbered Kidney Pills and they 1 ,
.. He was. ready to ask the county to well-organized Truck Growers Asso- Albert do ------.-------------- on H U WiuKin bold _______________ 7.SG Section 43 of said: 1 Article V. be and
____ __________ c.'oo. _______ liom the stirt Ono box I 's
Rachel Mulphur do n Iradford Co Bank. Int _________ 260.77 th I. hereby nnroed to end shall h*
take rare of him, when !his daughter\ elation the Osceola truckers have purchased 1.1..le Hall do ____n_______________ -0'00: IS!: M Johns Ictful service _________._ B.2B submitted-, aim to the electors of the state nt the cured me"

: married a. slick book farmer from : their plants co-operatively and S Si.oedo ______--__________--_- --- "" ..District FundsI4rudford renernl I election to he, hi-ld on the fleet TUPS- .
GrifTI do '00' _______.__ 1.9)1) Price 60::. at ,\ dnnl S I I
Bdward Co Bank Interest lay after the first Monday In November A.
Gainesville. are getting a reduction on their fertilizer Mru Ruth Brosky ;r.-: :::::::::::::: 5 "" Llank of SUrhe do n.._______-____.__ 7.0. 1 D.; J922. for ratification. or rejection. to-w.t. : Hi"(I. i rtlitl" 'r'i's. i iDonn'n get
._______._____ "" ____ ______
do 60.110
But Ainandu Canady ; Hradford Co. Hank note n Sec. '43. The Legislature may from timeto .
: the hook farmer put in a dipping purchases. The merchants'and Mra R H Ivan do ---------------------S:( J W Moritan todd ____._____-.-____ .60(; timo and na the business of any circuit requires Kidney 110:, mat

vat, and made the cows take a bankers of Kissimmee are financing Mrs:: Martha Gallin: do; -----------------S 00 N II Hull do ._____..______________ 1.00A < prnvldo for the appointment of one or Eastman hat .1, ''I.(. ira
Med E Thoma do ____.______________ 8.00 D Crosby Uacliinv ..n___________ 60.00 mom aildltiunal, Circuit Jude for such Cir 11:
1 : bath regularly, and he put a fence : those who need help. Several new people Mr Matilda J. MoClellan do __n____ Sot| It C Moon do .____-_____._.__________ 11.25 cuit. Each; surh additional Circuit .Tud shall. JZr.ru.. Duffnlo, N >
around their to make' farms and Mrs (loorgia Hilllard oil> ____________ <11.011> '' K C Moon do .. ._-_____n___________ 62.75 bo appointed\ the Governor and confirmedv _n____.
I playground have opened up new Mra Frank Starling do ----------------S 00 (i W Alderman) Incid ________________ !2.70S ( the Senate and hold office for six years,
L I them stay at home. He made them divorce the county agent is holding the cooperative C L Dyes witness) Inq Frank Lewis _. 8.80 R Swindrl. do .__.__________________ 22.45Unrn..y and ahull receive the same salary and allow.nnccs -
Kirby Smith do -,._...._.____________ 880 McRue teaching _____.....u__ 711.110<) for expenses a* other Circuit J'ducs.He .
their scrub bull and married association together. Mary. Lewi) do __u________________ I.OU'' Gladys) Avant do ...___________._____ 5.01) shall. have all the powers and perform all "COLD IN THE HEAD1'
them to white face. He also killed "The optimistic and () a growers are J M Alvare. do ..._____.________- 1.00A Cxwisumers. Lbr Co. do n____.___-____ 8.4'' prescribed by the Constitution or by statut Is an acute n tack of Num.1 Cutarrh
the sow's runty mate and brought\ in feel that conditions !justify the prep- 0 Andreu. do .._________________ 1.00 I. K Unmey" do ________._____________ l.TO for Circuit Juiliim, and all statutes. ooncern.in Those frequent Vuld> ,n v
A M Darbydo __________________ 1.00 Ilnn ier Hwd Co. do ____.._______.__ 8.16 Circuit Judas ahall apply to him. Wherever head"' will hail Hint tile me of lt.CA'rAIutft .\ ., "
a regular guy, and then had some ba arations they are making for the production T N Kendrick do ________________. ___ 1.00 a W Alderman do _--_______.._..___ 24.75 there are two> or more Circuit Judire aIE1)iC1Ni' wil build '.1'' '
con. He bought some selected corn of several hundred carloads of Wllmer Moil-endorf do ...__________ 1.00It C J Yowell do _____._____________... 4.00 .appointed I for a Circuit the biwinni may b* System ami runclur I '"
: A Green do ____________-_... 8.30 H Plafonl do ___.__________-a_____ 1/.00( : divided among the Circuit Jude having jurisdiction tolda. Uvpeated attacks of A i ilarrh
seed and planted it; made some and i vegetables." W J Kpperaon: do ___-_________________ 1088 Loon Thnia4. do ---..-n_____-.____ 20.00. 1 in the Circuit pa"e:1dnt/: : .Ir.: in may loud ti Chronic ..1..1.,i
_ C A Knight supvr rcg ___.______ 211.00 K 2.. Lee do ______ 1.60 the Circuit as may be HALL'S (.'.\TA Rlti t PtEIHl'lM'I
--- --- -
I fumigated\ it.; He bought some essence John Mack jnnlUxr ___...____u___ 25.00 where no provision has been made by law.. taken Internally .ml, acts ihroui: ..
fit and a spreader [ OF INTEREST TO TRUCKERS City Light Plant lights ___________ 828 the distribution of the business of the Circuit Mloo on the Miivnim BUI'Cacef ,'
manure *
r guano W W Baisdi-n ear body Frank Lewis. 2.00 Nonce between the Circuit Judirrs of the Circuit and bystcm, thus the mil. nun-:
; to put it in the fields and raised (, I) Barnard Co suplie* clerk __au 1607/ Hereby notice I I. given that on the 25th day; of any County In the Circuit and the allotment and rt.dleinl ruuturliit i "I 4.
The state plant board has Informa- Walker. Evan Cogswell. Co do ._______ 0.75 of October A. D. IM.: we, the unjenl.ned or assiiinment of matters and eases to aeolKtlnl.
.some hay.MoralI. Walker Evans Cogswell Co do ...... 0.25 will apply to the Honorable A. V. Lonir Judge: be heard, ,ciilrd.. ordered. tried decreed oradjudiied. LiruiiRlHta. Circular. fro
tion the bean beetle
that Mexican \1
If can't tonch old a (I W Alderman salary: clerk postage.rec of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida In shall be controlled or made when J. Cheney u'u Toledo. Ohio
I you an dangerous insect attacking beans, convictions, etc .....-.____ ISO.78 and for Bradford county In hla off Ie. in the necessary by: the Circuit, Judge holding the 8
: doff new tricks, kill him and buy a Drew Co supplies oounty judge ..____ 1.84 City of Plata. Putnam County: Florida, atone cnmmlsslnn 'earliest in date.. No additional.
peas and other leguminous crops and .1 L Simmons repair courthouse jail. ...ISO o'clock p. m., on said day. or as soon Circuit Judir or Juduea shnll be authorized NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
pup. G W Alderman deposit case llradford thereafter as w* can be heard for an order to> be appointed In a Circuit havlnir less than UNDER SECTION ITS OF TUB
not now known to be present in the county V* Arch Johns .)t al Incorporating u* and our associate .and *ucccseors 75.000( inhabitant. by the last Federal or State GENERAL STATUTES
S state of Florida, is prevalent in very N D wainwright' :: advance tax -i;;;;"; r loggg: into a body corporate of the Suit. of census "occurring next before the passage of Notice la hereby: given that ". F. Pliimapurchaspr
COUNTY AOENTS: REPORTS ; I) C Jon.. supplies court house _....__ 1420 lorlda.. the law for his or tlu.lr appointment. The of Tax> Certlllcatn No. dated. !
_ extended areas in the states of Georgia Telegraph pub .report .............. B.OO I HENRY. MITCHELL L'tore. may. repeal any Inw providing for the 2nd day of AURtwt. A. D. 27., libel
A Starke hone Co phone rent Aug Supt 11.00 I wm. FLOWERS. the appointment of an additional Circuit certificate In office and haa mudo
I J Flajrler-Our county commissioners Alabama South Carolina North old my application
., W J Kpperaon, fees case Bradford county A. RANDALL, Judve or additional Circuit Judges for a Circuit for tax deed to Issue in *ccordancwith .
I have granted a request for an appropriation Carolina Tennessee and Kentucky. : vs Arch John. et al _-..__..._. 840 W. A. Itos,,:. but shuch repeal shall not affect the law. Said certificate embrace the fri
term salary. and jurisdiction of Judge holding -
J W Morgan supplies clerk _____-__ 1.26J TOM MCBRIDE S a lowlna h-serilx'd property. ituated In Bnia-
F : for tho expenses of a county It; appears necessary, therefore, to
-: fair and to Bend an exhibit to the consider the advisability of Louis) K Hill I day com and mileage __ 5.40 JERRY PARKS.: South Half of N 420 ft of Northeast Quarter
quarantining James Iteynolila do __ .__.__._._. 6.00 r.. C. BOGGS.K. Proposing anAmfn.lm..nt of Southeast Quarter Sec. 84 Tp. 7, S. R.2 .
: State Fair. said states in order to preventthe II P Galncy do ____.___.___u g.OO T. UKOCKINGTON to Section 3 of Article XVI of E., iracrw.. The said/ land being aiwnweitnt
J M Brownlee do .___...._....______ 4.HO SAMUEL O'NEAL the Constitution of the Slat df Fiori,)... tho dole of the Liuanco of such ccrtiQcatIn
introduction of said insect Relating to the Time of the Payment ofSalaries
pests .1 W Andrews Jr do ... 4.00 MILES ROUIN.SON. .
----- ----- -- the name of Unknown,
of State Officers.Be
Duval-The recent annual conference Into the state of Florida in accord- W J Epperson' 1 day with contra. -'- j.. 4.00 MXRY JAMES GREEN THOMPSON. It Rnmlvcd. by the Loiclslatur of the State Unless said' certificate shall h.I.mo according

i cf county and home demonstration ance with the provisions of the Florida Total ...._______________.__-_ B9.-D S It.ETl'IB W. THOMPSON of That.Florida the following! \ amendment to Section 3 on tho 9th to day law of tax October deed A. D..1022.. th..rcQ

; f ll agents. proved-particularly from Plant Act of 1915 Chapter 688: County Fin. and Forfeiture FundA WASHINGTON.r'ERMAN of Article XVI of tha Constitution of the WittwM my offclal .I"nalur and seal this
% C Strickland case M Edward!: _____ l.BI O'NEAL. State of Florida the the 4th of Sept. A. 1822.O. .
the agent's\ standpoint be the I! of the Laws of Florida by declaring W J Epperson do ..__._....._-._.__ 2.1.40 L1/.Z1E JONES payment of the ailarle-tof State time olfievers of the'ki cay W. ALDERM\N.
A 0 wit do ........ _._____ CHARLEY CLARK
Andru 1.00
ISi'al Clerk Circuit
u hereby agreed to and l 4.,..II! be I )
most helpful and generally satisfactory !said states to be areas in which the I' K John do -.__-_._.....___.___... 1.00 W. H. THOMPSON, the electors of the State for I submitted to B-H.r.t-10.8. Cur
Florida have had i W J Epperson do ......____________ 1.00 SUSIE CARTER. -22-5t-.0-2 jection at the next ) election adoption of or re. -S
agents ever said Insect pest is prevalent:, and pro W W Baisden do _______________--__ 1.00 to bo held venom In the A. D.repre.'entatives 1022 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED!
since this work was organized in the hibiting the therefrom W J Epperson feeding prisoner ._____ 71.50W year
AS shipment into NOTICE That la to ssy. said auction shall b* amended UMEK SECTION 67. Or TUB
W /Kaisden guard at jail _____... 40.00W OF ELECTION
'tate.Dnde. the state of Florida of green (snap) W Ilulsdon washing at jail ___u__ 2.00 Slate To of the Florida 8h..riir of liradford County of the to Section read as 8.follows The :salary. of every officer shall. Notice I Ie GENERAL hereby. : given STATUTES that G. W Androw.purchaser .
& W J Epperson dpi J..... Altman to reform be 'payable monthly his of Tax CertIficate dnte l
beans No. 106.
; upon requisi
green peas and such other ________ lie it Known. That I. H. Clay: Crawford own
school _.....___. 85.00 tion. the lad. day at August A. D. 111-0. hits flM
-The Ive Dairy has just received plant products, plants or other materIals W K: Mlddluton Co physician. ___..._. 4.17 Secretary hereby vivo of notice State of that the a Slat of Florida do said eertiflcaUi; In my office and has made *pplication
from the local medical Mitchell Drug Store medicine for .nil. 14.75 GENERAL- ELECTION A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an .. for tax dead to Issue in accordance
pormisBlkin as are now or are likely hereafterto K A Green" search warrant tot H A Amendment
Will be held In to Section S of Article VII of with law. Said certificate embraces the _!' commission to sell certified milk. become carriers of said insect pest R Scott A Green and do Ossl Simon. Canon ..__......__ 8.82 .Florida on' Tuesday Bradford next succeeding County., Slate the first 01 the Constitullon. of the State of Florida lowing diwcrilxMl. property situated In. Orm''
Jones and
Chas. nelntlnir to Census and ford .
; This is the first certified dairy in the until such time as the state plant JVfcKinney ..._..*......___._- 3.83 luiwdiiy Monday in November, A. D. I.... the salt to Number of Mombers Apportionment of tho Senate and and South County Half.: Florida of twt of Southeast .

"' 11 11htAY OF of the House of Representatives.. Quarter, Sec. 23, Tp. 6 Q..r 20 East, .0
state. board shall have determined and declared Total ____.__________________ 218.40 For United ,,ltea Senator from the Stat Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State acres. _

it that the said insect pest has Mug Building Fund of Mnrida for six year from March 4. 10... of Florida The said Innil. being aaieaied at the date al
contract bu.ldln'wood 1'or one Represuutaliv of the Second That tho following proposed amendment to the Issuance of such certificate In the name
y Os'eola-The Osceola Growers, Inc. been apparently eradicated in the shed garair etc .........__._______ 230.Sd RrtiMlonal. District of the State of Florida/ Con, 1 In Section S of Article VII of tho Constitution of Joseph Sterrlcks. Unless said certificate)
is receiving; 50,000( strawberry plants I l.nreus described. Consumer. Lumber Co paint _______ 8.75 the Sixty-uluhth Congress of the United Slate of. the Slat of Florldn. relating to census andapportionment .h..1 be redeemed according to Inw. tux ...e
VIle Superintendent of Public Instruction of and to the number of mem I.au.thereon on the 9th day of
J ': daily from their drawbed in Plant Notice is therefore hereby given Totnl. -----: --................ ii.Gi ; the Stata of Florida. hers of the Sonata and of the House of Representatives ''A. D. 1022. "
I For two .Justice of the Supreme Court of be, and the same is hereby agreed Wltn. my: official signature and sonj this
;: City. That a public hearing will be held In BILLS PAID BY CITY COUNCIL th.\ State of r lorlda. to and shall be *ubmltted to the elector- of 8th day of September. A. D. l'2.
General Fund I For two Railroad Commissioner of the tnt slat of Fiorina for approval or rejection O. W. ALDER.N.8..1) .
_____ language hall, University of Florida, D C Jones __. State of Florida la. the next General Election of Representa clorl Court
: mem council _____.... 8.00 Circuit
The price of hard coal is out of in the city of Gainesville, Fla. at 9:30: S A llryan do .-..........-_-..__..__ 8.00 For two Member cf the House of Repro. the tives first to he Monday held! on In November tho first. Tuesday. after O-K-6t1.8
J F Colley do .____________________ 10.00 lentative* of the Stats. of Florida In November. -- -
sight-and so Is the coal. 1922' A. D. IS! that I Is
o'clock a. in., October 9, by the O J rlrtln: du ___________________ JO.OO for County: Surveyor.: Article 1i: of tha:: to say. that Section 3 of GUARDIAN'S NOTICE TO SELL HE VI.
For ;
_ said State Plant Doard in order that J W White doL __________________ 10.00 CommlKsionurs.Five Member of the Board of Count shall b* amended to read Constitution as follows of Florida ESTATE
A Duvls mayor fee* ........______ 4.00 For three Member of the Section' H. The Legislature that shall: In Court of County Judge, State of n..rl"
any person interested( in the quarantine A L Alvare salary and fee .____ 18.00 Public I truetlon. County Board of A. 1>. lUand those, that. shall most Bradford. County.:
SItu. Kite do _____..,_____________. _._.?? For Justice vf the Peace in and for the following !- ten Iran thereafter shall apportion moot the oiery. In a, entat of J. S. Dixon Minor.
and be rep
may appear heard either C A Flitch Notice I bo
I salary and Incidental Aun 60.82 Justice District vial resentation in the Senate the whole number hereby given to all whom I may
in person or by attorney at which Stark Telephone Co phone service __ :u.do No. Ono. of Senator. nut to exceed 88 members ; .and .on..n that M"tlhl. IJIxon. a* guardian of
| '"''rry i Johns wit fee Levy Alvare* .. .SH" No. Two. at the same, time. shell also apportion the.... Lucile Dixon E.t.. Dixon and Maggie Mar.
FrequentHeadaches ':time the said plant board wilt take II eU Mtuion;: do ..---...... -.. BO No. Three .."ntalion. In the Hans of Representatives.p. uixon. minors, wi on the llth day of O>. -.
I$ action in the C wit fe; Dan E.lerson ...... :.80 -iu. Seven. The counties having one hundred thousand. or ber. A. D. I ) to the Honorable '
premises and consider T I' Wall do and mIleage Levy Alvsrws 1.2. J.O. Ki.ht.Fur mora population I shall have four representa A. Green, county judice In and for said .
| the necessity of establishing such a lelrgrnph prlntlnir and publishing __. 61.00) \ countable In and for tile following Justice tives each : the council: having thirty tlioiwand) :: ty. at his oHio. In Stark,,. In said county )
E M John. ally fee* _______._____. BIS.00 District via I and not more than. one hundred thousand' I 11 o'cl.k' a. m.. or a* soon thereafter so
: I quarantine and the adoption of rules U I W Aldermun. deposit. vaL bond ____ B.OO No. One. ( population. shall have three Representatives be heard for authority: to .ell -<
I and to No. Iwo. each. tho Counties having ten thousand five public or private sale tho Interest of Mid
regulations enforce the same. Total I------------------:4'i' .i2 No. Three.No. hundred. and not (nor* than thirty thousand. minor in the followim. described real l Mtau
I Road and Bridge Fund "8e\en." population: shall have two repn' i>nlalivea rnch.. in said county: _..It,
I "I suffered with chronic II I) C Jone* uck cement .__________ I.b No. tUht All counties having |lois than ten thousand South Jlnlf. of the Northeast Quarter jf
I I GOVERNMENT: : FORMULA: Consumers Lubr Co sand ________ 1.00 In testimony. whereof I 'have hereunto let five hundred population shall have. one Representative Northeast Uuarter and Southeast p. eonslipntion that would bring on FOR J W Whit. A Son suppll .._____ 8.24 my: bund) and affixed the Great Seal of the each. his basis, of apportionment. Northwest Qunrt of Northeast Junrfc
j very severe headaches" says I WORMS: IN IIOC.SThe J A !Morgan salary ......_________ 00.011) Mate :of Florida, at Tallahassee the Capita as provided for in this amendment, shall be S... 1(1. 'lo..n.hll Six S. R. 2- E., whish .P-
Mr. Stephen J II. Kincer, of II I J F Colley. repair to rollel. _______ 8.116 this the twenty-fourth day of August, A. D: the Federal Census next preceding. the ap plicntlon bawd upon the 'itlo">r
flunk of Starke pay: rolls August ____ 18".26 1322. portionment mad by the" Loirialatura. Every such sale now "n Ale In said court.
R. F. I.). I. 'Cripple Creek. Va. j United States Department ofI It 1) flower atreet work ___.___h___ 4.00 H. CLAY CRAWFORD County shall have at I least one U-prrsfnta.. Dated. Sept. 11, A. D. 1922.
!(',*- "I. tried different medicine and (IS..I I) Secretary: of Stat tlv*. The Governor shall by special message MATILDA DIXON.
did not get/: relief. The headachesbecameveryfrequent. I agriculture( recommends for worms: ToTal .._.?_._.__..__.._._, 268.89 'J'., W. J. Eppernon. Shentf Bradford Colin to each Ibm::* at the appropriate session of 1 G ....
I i Charcoal, 1 bushel; hardwood ashes Waterworka' Fund ty. S-l-Mt-U- I ho Legislature I direct I the attention of each. 'A. S. CREWS.
:; C A I utch clerk. bond trustee* ____ 25.00 House to the provisions of this amendment Attorney; for Guardian.15otlOU
heard i I I bushel; salt, 8 pounds; air-sfakcci Pound Fund ? ? and -If the Legislaturethat shall meet A. D -- .
0L Alvare. pound fee ___._ 1021J. or any succeefllnir Legislature that shall NOTICE
1 lime, 8 sulphur' 4 ? 1.50 OF APPLICATION SOR TAX DEED
ofThed.ord's : pounds; pounds I; NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEB) meet every ten ;years. there after shall refuse UNDER
i pulverized 2 pounds. IJ.NDKK' >F THE or fall to the: representation In the ( SECTION 87J Ol. THH
copperas! ,;i'otll..f1IOTl 5u{ s I Senate <"I in tOrlo": of Representatives Nnlica 1E
as I is
_ I Thoroughly mix the lime, salt' and NotIce la hereby given that T. C. Itsenpurchaser herein "",viti.,,,. It shall be the duly: of the : 1>uruh.hereby.ArIn .. ekRt1
Jt11T1'IPD1? 1IDtQt.'f IJXl! date.I Governor to convene the Cmplnr. "
i Certifloate
No. In
.152. Spe .
it i sulphur; then mix with this the char. the.: Oth day fol August, A. D. 1V48, has nl*< cial,. Session for the purpose of makIng such J2X1.d, baa.t'Hl the "" day of November. A.

: I coal and.ashes. Dissolve the COFFINS & CASKETSAnd said cvrtitlcat In my office and haa made appiicatiun apportionment and by public proclamation. and ham said: ceruflcata-i my olfm.,'
BLACK-DRAUGHT copperasin .. for tax deed to Issue In accordance and by communication tn each House to direct, sue In .Id. ao for tax deed to
1 gallon of water and sprinkle over a Full Line of with I..... Said certiucaM embrace* the fol the attention of each Hii.e to the provisions wltn law Said certificateembraces
\ j lowing described. property situated In Brad of this amendment. i" /"owlnit described pmtx-rn S
the whole mass, mixing completely.Store UtJtrlaktr .' Supplies ford county Florida to-wittCommonolnit I s..... 2. That any and all p"vl.lone of the .It.t 'In Br"lfo"l county Florlds. to-wit
in a barn! under : .00 ft W of E line of South Constitution in conflict with this provision be S.1i _; nai' of Lot 8 See. 7. Tp. 7. R. !'
I shl'lter.I'ep -- of sail the ssrn hereby. _. bid land __ L
:. VPC.I viuarler Southwtat Quarter on N aid 1. are : repealed .j .. T. blnl
k alld took It lor a headache, and I Some iT'shnllow trough constantly AUTOMOBILE HEARSE of Ky right aj*+.*r and run N ;074 ft. 200 the d..te. l "uanee of oertiacate -
I, the relief was very quick and I .ft. 8 to right of way, thence E on *idWri The votes cast In compliance with said pro. th. name of J. H. Joh.
t It was go( tong; before i had beforo the hogs. Alwi*. un hand. The best se..Sge r- of way to the point of begin Southwstjunrtttr ,posed amendment and the canvass, declara Cording tniosa said CertifiCite' ba ....d.mel l M I,
headache. Now Dr. A. L. of ae the I Ifltwcut prices. of Southwest Quarter Sec. tf. Tp. I tion and returns thereof shall be subjected Uw lax* ll issue the" >
_ another I just Sheally, the Florida Sp.- S. It. :.0 E. 1 acre.. tq the .an' ....ul"Uon and restriction ss the !16th day: October A. D. .
; S '? keep the/ Bladc-raught. and College of Agriculture, says that the dil attention to telegraph or- The said. land. being asuessed at th. date pJovhl.d' by law for general electiona In are the Witness mr .otTlc''.l signature.. and thiS
,' don't let myself! get in that na.. elrlHtered Embal of the Issuance of such cortlllcat. in tb* name 8 tate of Florida.SN. the 16th day; of September. A. D. ) .ea.
S condition. worms come from eggs taken into and I er. of B )'. Gainey.' TESTIMONYWHEREOF, O- W. ALDERMAN
hatched In the Unless said certificate halt. be redeemed ac' I have hereunto set my hand 'tSeal> Clerk Circuit Court.
i S S ; Thedtord's JMack-DraiiRht;: digestive system of" 'coaling to law. tax devil will .uisue thereon 00 and affixed the Great Seal! of -15-8t-10-l3 BradfordCounty. Florida
SS (purely vegetable' ) has been I hogs. Some of the worms are at DeWITT C. JONES the Ind dar of October. A. D. 111.: .. (Seal the State of Florida at Talla .
U Witness my: official stiinatura and seal this S h...... the Capital thia the -
found to rell :\1. constipation, times! carried from the intestines to 'STARKE, FLA the tilth day: of Auuust, A. D. Ifi.U.u. : ;192' y-flfth; day of July, A, D.8.4.UtU.a NOTICE OF A
.S and by stimulating) tie action ot : S other I w. ALU':KM\N. "INISTRATOI'S IAL
4 S the liver when IllS torpid helps parts of the body. The kidney Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford County. Fla. H. CLAY \WFORD. In. Court 0' .' \

.. to drive many poisons out of worm is an example of this type. Af. (Seal) 0-141-5-28>> Secretary of -State. ti'. Slat of Forda.eln. Judge. B"dfonl Cm" '.

4 fs S your sysu) >i.. Biliousness si: ter this worm gets to the kidneys, nodruor S Cure Malaria, Chills, "d', .. \ .". .Julia WainriBht, dR >

ft'f indigestion! h.-ada.lie, and.imiI"f : can roach it. Habitual Constipation cured NOTICE All ._TO. DEBTORS AND CREDITORS Notire ''1. hereby given to all .
trQu lell are often 666 Fever Bilious Fever. p in Indebted I to the estate. of George. .. .ho" I may .
P $ S 1 > Filthy hog wallows should be In 14 to 21 Days"LAXFOS !Schlolch.! law of Bradford County. Florida .ncer. "OIIh 7th day nber,
J relieved in thi_ It" the avoided J922. I
vi way. apply
Colds and ** to : .h.1 to tios Honorable
LaGrlppe. < < their
WITH PEPSIN" ?ShwlMf r7'u T.w pay: said debt A Gr.ea
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aural way. Bo natural: Try | as they are fruitful sources for a 510C1Bfl7.preparedSyrupTonicLaxa'1ve '' all n.4sona having claim Probate.for' 01 said euf.Juice of .
Mabitua against said mr: af..
estate hall In.1 u adminunMa
lack-Draught. ftle.th.
I trator .
:; worm When becomes the _
eggs. n pasture auth.ntlcale.1. '
with the admlnuJ
Constipation. It relieves but undersigns -
promptly deoease-j Juli W.lnlah.
Sold everywhere. 1 Only Ono "BROMO QUININE"Fa and that "' tb. .
infested with .Eiriiw'ih"1. one front date time "'
change to anoth. ? hereof .
_EJ1 eggs should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day 'JI "", .. barred or peleenS. my final .<"smi><" a. administratorvvt
t \er ami-plow the infected pasture very "get the mulne. call for fall name. I.AXAriVK to Induce regular action. It Stimulates! and Dated this 11th .day of August. 102J.4dmlnl.tr.W. 01 said _tate and .I fop their .pp.L
BKOMOQOIN1.SK. Lookforilvnatureo. R. Very Pleasant to Tah.* SOc MR. D.t Soptembe, A. D.
g\intes. 11I\1 BRYAN .
deep. 9. W. tiKOVK. Cure a Cold I In One Dsy. Blop.louall I 11.
sot bendsche. and w.5- 08 coIL ISa. per bottle. .......... of the "..te of G.o. Sohiejeh. Adlnltrt 0' the 1. KICKLI
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he W. O. W. FISH FRY .
KITCACfl f1I1JJk 'ti'tiS
I 1A 7 I'M
The I local camp W.: O. W. will have : '(

A INET a fish fry on the night of Thursday, 'cE

Oct Sth at Heilbronn Springs, to

Cui: > rifcht. I..t, WiMtpinf, NP..p.r Uniun which the> public generally is invited F1

I think If thou, otildat sue All Woodmen are requested to bring
.OYnI W III! thy Inn mi.ital" 811ht
j i How tni-anlnit dark full baskets-other folks may do so
SAFN BQNNER. l 'to hiss
-wnuon- n VUIUM MtVtMFt* M.HIMeIDDLE'S Are shadow, hiding light if they wish. There will be plt'nty.ot

Truth' i'lTor"8 crossed and vexed, fish for all hands. During the evening
I LJfo'B
purpose' nil pirploxed.
NEWEST TRICK j| It tho.i couldMt ..e thorn Hunt u campaign for new members will be I

I think that they would earn. all pushed to the limit. There will also .
Virginia, tile walking doll," Mid tear. and wine and brlnlit. .
-Adelaide be addresses. by some of our local
pptkl},. belong.to!! a little girl named l'ro.tor.I
speakers that will int crest you. Come all f
She: also had and join us in a Rood time.J. .

another doll nice Randnlch: which the children W. ,MORGAN,

', numed Frnncls, I will like und. which Is easily wade IB : Clerk All Friends Camp No. 138

who looked Just Grape Sand. ; '

like a baby. wlchei. Butter Never complain about the weather.
low effective today
Francisure 12 slices! of bread Other people object to having you New prices 1, r'

little black patent und spread with steal their thunder. If make Overland beyond any '
leather shoes grape marmalade .

I ? with buckles and chopped world is of doubt the
white stockings } nuts and chopped Why worry over what the F shadow greatest
I won't be here to see .
and when Kitty I apples, using four coning?! You automobile value in America.

7 t would move his I tablespoonfuls of it flop off.Borrowing. 11

head he would grupe preserves one tablespoonful of CO.STARKE' ii

say, nuts and two tablespoonfuls of money is easy when you QUIGLEY OVERLAND .

'1\10\ DIll,' a r I chopped apples.' have it to pay back. FLA. ) '

Papa; just as Pineapple Cake.-Creiuu ona-half cupful New Prices : : :

nicely as could of butter, add one-half cupful of FINANCIAL, STATEMENT COUNTY SCHOOL

be. sugur, one cupful milk: two and one- I| FUNDS' TOURING ''i'
"Never Got I County .ul. rlntendon'" ",......,.l .l.t.'mont Was Now
"Then Kitty half cupfuls of flour, one teaspoonful of nt cmmtv nclioul fundi for the month or
Tired." bad another doll baking powder one-fourth of a teaspoonful Auiruiit.. 1022. I $550 :

celled Marlot named after a great of suit, the whites of four n.lnnoo Auu Grnrr I. 1922 l Reboot-fun_.____.<17Z.!! lp 1. "t
.Mil! and bake In ._____.13'9.57! Was' Now .'lv 1
friend of hers. Marlon was a very eggs. : a 1 lout or In twola'ers Ucci'ipU' during month -- !
Warrnnla I IHNII..I ____.__.________.___.74A. 2 50 : $525 +
much smaller doll than the other two using vanlU for flavoring. Hnltinco 8nt lot. 1, lfl2 _______._.....__ 9411.18 $? r e ,k,,, ,
tm' she was a great pet all the same Cover the top and hides of the cuke Dl.trlrt N.. IRulnnrd I
___..........__ 2U.78 SEDANow
with the following : Soak one-half Auir 1. 1023 '
in fact, Kitty: took her three dolls> n''I"durin... month ___-.__.__..__ 9.116
aluumt' everywhere with her.They box of gelatin two egg whites, one- Werrnnta h..mo,1 ----_.-__- 60.2t $895 : $875COUPE I
the half cupful. of l sugar, two cupfuls/ of Bnlnnr Bfpt 1. 11)28 1811.DO 'i
were greatest friends In
Dl.trt.t No. I '
I day .i .
pineapple./ If baked In two layers 14.01
tin world. nuliincc Auir 1. 1'I22 Was Now
use whipped' cream and pltieupplu/ for Ki-nlnU ilmlnir month ---------------0' '
Francis had little hands, Just!: like mini\ *;. Wniriinla lB nrd _-.- .2.011 $850 : $795
8 bsbj's. and when you took hold of Ovfriiraft Sept t. 1H2J 8.81 fat. 7..1<<1. ''
Prune Mince Pie.-Tuke one-half Dl.lr.rl No. 1Rulanco
Fronds'! hand It almost seemed
us 4. 1922 406.11H.celptm
cupful of cooked beef, one half cupful", Alllt -
....... 19\1.22!
though his lingers curled around | daring month
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of orange! juice, one tahlespoimful of Warrant. Imtui-d' --_*"--... BRI.74Hiilnntv r vt ,r4 4 Pdl6."M .,ypl.f y 1 li
as a baby's will. I He hud
a ;
yours 1081Di.lrict
orange rind four tablespoonfuls' of Sfpt I I. 11122 -.
bead shaped just like No. 4Hnlnnce
a baby's too ,
half of cinnamon
one teaspoon
sugar: AUK. 1922 219.R2!
and Kitty thought he 'was a most nutmeg and) cloves u little salt. H'h'u during. month-...._...-*-...- 4.2fXVnrrnntii
adorable baby doll. Imui'il. _- _-.......... 811.71Unlnncr
Put tile
prunes and meat through a
Si>pt 1 I. IIIJ'J
"As for Virginia the walking doll, meat chopper.' Lemon Juice und rind DUtrlct No. Inalnncn

A".... 1. 1022 __ .__. 20S.58
( tired of her
Kilty never got walking are liked by souls better than the orange ?-- -- ---
KiTolptM durlnir. month ___.__....._..
up and down the room, taking hold of juice !In this combination and Wnrranl' Wnuud .________._.... 2011
her band so that she would stand up the prunes' need a hit of acid to give Hnlxncc SiTt. 1. 1922 ___ _________. 289.69D4.tdet
No.. .
quite straight. them 1l1I'or.Almond Mnliinrn AUR. 1. 1022 .._......... U.7M!
"Now Kitty was visiting her cousins '' Cookie.-Tuk one-half Kitculptii), during' month _._....... Al HIWnrninU
Imurd. \n.78Hnlunco
the Itlrdsalls, who owned the cut cupful of butter cream It, add one Sept 1. 11122-_._._ 41)).81DUtrlct
known as Diddle lilrdsnlL" cupful I of sugar, to which one-fourth No. Tllnlnnco
Auu 1. 1922 .___........_. ini.114t
"Oh yes said Nancy "we haventuturd of u cupful of almond paste bus been U during month __...--...._. 22,.DO
about Itlddle In ever and ever rubbed, until smooth ; add. one-half Warrant IHHIIII. _______________?.__ HI.07Miilnnce '
of milk three cupfuls of flour Sept. 1. 11)23) -._ 1B1.25
to long and Blddle Is such a clever cupful Dlitrict No. I

caL" three teaspoonfuls, of baking powder Balance Auv. 1. 11122 _?_........ 101.A I!I IK I Tl
of ,, 11'and few dropsof ,>ct.li.>t. daring. month .._..._. 8.00WnrmnU .
one teaspoonful u ------- --- --- --
"What has IHddle been doing this liuiuoil. _...._...._._ 2884Knlanov ----r-----
time?" asked Nick. almond extract. Mix and roll out fli-pl. 1. 1022.--- -__-------. 79'Dl.lrtrt <> i AM A nun r
"lilildle, has been doing something one-half Inch thick und, cut with a No.; IBnlancn
Auu. 1. 1922 _._... 141.87Itcceipu
Interesting," sold DniHy.'I doughnut cutter. Pecorate with halves during. month _._..._. sect I have the 1 1
and _.._..... spent clays of my life s
almost feel us If I had seen that af almonds ; sprinkle with sugar Warrant Inmiril 8700 l .
Diilunra Suit. 1, 1822 _?_._ 11049KUtrict building my business. I have boon n
cat, said Nancy, "and looked ut his!'! No. I 10
great and smoothed his Data Dessert.-Stulf dates with a Ralnm-0 Auir. 1. 1022 _..._ 117 fl slave to that business.; My waking
green eyes
ftocrlpta| during. month _.._. ..... R:10
mixture of chopped nuts and cheese ; -- hours'have be 'nlso* full of business
soft gray fur. Warrant. linucd _-...... 84.78 < my .
'I can almost hear, his bell tinkleas roll In sugar and serve four to six llalanea Sipt. 1. 102.3 _____ 108.111 that I have lost touch with my fellow

he walks along the bell which with whipped cream as dessert. I Auir I.lM.trl.-t 1D22>> __No.___.UIliilnnce ....._._... 407.22TEivulpl man. Tho night is tedious' and long

jingles when he moves mi the birds flurlnir month ___________._. 47.22 and restless with worry that I cannot
Warrant lnut>d 8H HI
will know (hint he 1 la coining and I llulnnou: Supt, I. 1022-: _741811)Pl.lrlrt : ) shake off:, for I have no thought but
wlilih he wears on his collar No. 12 ,
I Hnlnnoa Auir. 1. 1022 ...._._.... 4011.2Ki my l business. My great city around
4 'les, I feel as though I knew Middle i I )Ki...Hpli. during month .........._. ...14I me nothing to than
Hlrilmill, and all of his ftiiully. Warrant. l 1.0.,1. l .____J.______________ 05.44 seems more mo *X
d I Halnnpi 8i.pt. 1. 1922 ..._._.___ 417 fin'' vast collection of prospects' I hear
"So: do I," agreed Nick. "Do tell Tf1EK1TC11LNyi I District No. 11 ''
us what he has been doing now, nalanc Auir 1, 1DJJ -________........2HR.(II of men and, !groups of men who are SaSSSSS
I I I<>Y>.IPU during month ___...._.. BO.07 saUl to be citizens n..Wo..w.. Fo.
earnest spirited
i Uudily< Wm-ranln l 1..u..1 l -. _. ..---.--------- 73. )ll ....,.,..,
Well," suld Diitldy, "IHilUle, Birdcall I Kalunrr Si>|>t. 1.Ul.trlct 1822 _-No_. 14____.___.. 214.80 who nre seeking to achieve the

said to himself that he simply Copyright 192a. W.m.in N.w.rnir. Union. Kulnnct Auir 1. 11122 .._..._i_._. 142.RK things that mean nothing to inn for IMoe
+ couldn't stand fur all this attention I H.."I"t.| during. month .-.-.._....... H.lit no Immediate return in them to
UarranU IHBUIX! ._ 86.2)i ..
\that the dolls were getting He wanted TIs not what man duos which exalts i 1 Uillanw. grpl 1 I. 1022-____?_ nu.7T my business! Yet those men nre far "For Particular Men"r
Dome of It himself. him but what man woulil do.- Rl.trirt' ) No. IS r
Drowning I llaliince Atiir 1 1. 11(82( -----___- 148.04 more successful than I am. And as
'Now one day the fumlly were all Hi-crlpi) *. daring m"nth _...._._ 200' they pass from the community (great .

titling about admiring Kitty's dolls EVERYDAY GOOD THINGSA Iialnnre VViirmntii: Ki.pt lanunl 1. 11122--- _._---- -.-..--.- ug g/i/ .34 M Industries halt and, men linger on "JOHN C. ROBEI TS" shoes

Blddl was In a corner of the room I IM.IHrt No. It
and no one had spoken to him, and, good, ,'ul((! that will keep and be palnneo I Auir. 1. 1023: __n....___w107.81) their busy way to mourn for on. who have in them all that the particularman
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during .
tt.h.l.: month ---- 14.31 has' been friend to the community.
---- n
Kiddle didn't like that particularly'. moist mid<1 tiislv until It .Is all eaten til ix.uerl| -.__?.___ $H jjKulnnco wants-style
".1'o be sure lie hud just had, an Black Cake.-Take one I R"I.t. 1 I. mza. __.______ 88.5> Should l I palls on tomorrow only myimmediate appearance( ,

excellent meul und there was nothinghe cupful of brown sugar, Colon,, A"If. 1.IH.frlrl 1022 _No. IT 4 1 811 family would miss me anti comfort, reasonable price-and. they 1
needed except a little attention four tablespoonfuls of "nwlliU) during. month -. 18:1'8or..nu.S :, }In my business there would.! be Home
iwnjp.1. .n* are .
and a little praise.'Ile butter one'luilf "cupful of I U It;;: .-1'1. 1. 1922-----.--------.--------r-- 41 19.ij\ slight speculation its to who would be I a '

didn't know what to do. lie grated chocolate dis Ill.trlct I No. in T the boas but this' II \
hew great city,
Halane* Auir 1. 1022 _. 274 I Be sure shoes are as carefully r
a (little wa ------- -
purred quite bard but they didn't pay H.f.pU| during month _- which has been bread and butter
any attention to him them, as Francis, I the cup being I Warrants. lmu..l --.__r_.--.----:=--"--. a}( 55Halnno. lay I selected as your hat suit etc.
'' milk, one and, 81.1.1. r. 11.22. ...._..._ 17:90: that has made it possible for me to ,
the" 'Mania baby doll' Taps wus ,saying' over: und over mlIolvt'.llu/ cupCuls of sifted, I Italnnro Auir 1. Bund 1D22 No.----*__.__."- Ties raise and educate my fnmily, that has' Wear" John C. Roberts" shoes and

again teaspoonful of I Warrxnl.ItfM-rlpbi: during)ianUfH .lonth.5.. .?______ given 'me everything thnt T have and you will have shoe satisfaction."It .

"It was just too much for Blddle., 4u u little Ralann H'pt i. jnga! --_--------------------"-- ..,. which 'my family will have after! tae.

So he got up and jumped over on the \\ liter und spices to rtnlHnim A.Intorail..... I 1. 11IJ2.. Sinking_ No. S will not care and will not miss me for Takes Leather to Stand
taste! (Sake In Ji sheet ami Ice. Cut rTC..iu( during monthI. !""" 8100' IK
keyboard of the pluno."And :: IH201 J[ have been narrow and selfish In myIculingH Weather"I
ThIN Warrant Iiuiuxl ___ ..
In small squares when serving. ------------14$40
walk -
what did he do but up Dxinnoe' S.pr I 1. )022 _. with city und l witti thon'en
three : 81B4' 7ll
cake Is better when two or days --- I
and down that several times, Interest pR
shin Sinking No. worth i.
that have made City
with his old. COM with the follmUnfC icing : Raliino i Auir 1 I. luls' .. -/117871)/ Iny
trying to strike note :: -" -
every Take heaping Jhwlnl* during .;btl.------ v.hill' I have failed to rciiliu thatm i.e
Chocolate Icing.- one -- ------ 9A
paws! |H.U."| .. .
'Now If you won't' notice DIe S' he teaspoonful of powdeieil. sugar two ,I Ilulnnee Rent I. 191/2- /- ----------;------------__-.ire -840H.711OFOII" 11.07 ;;: city could 1 be no more prosperous, !h

was trying to nay. tnblespomifuls of hotter, three teaHpnonfalH \ ro'Wml"'l'';; J. 1.a'r1)TR 1)22.. no better than the men and, business!

"'And to be lie succeeded."No of grated chocolate. dls- i / OF I.ORIMA.: houses In It. I have tint been broad
sure soltedIn two \tiiblc''poonfuls of hot I month afb thai.. ......
one paid any more attention to I lheerte andsdI< bun.em.nblot enough! farseeing .enough to realize
of vanllln. Bent rto
coffee teaspoonful
the dolls but they laughed.. ut Diddle one cn'Imy.I I l I the school .. the sugar and butter until I
sad, thought It then add the other Ingredients und, rtih., &tA.r. m" JJSJ .I., ,.true and and bt.Ih, .correct.. business without u great city behind

was (he greatest!: spread on the cake n B WIOOIMS It. I have been too selfish. and\ toomuih r 0
joke At first County ButrBrlnUnd.-nt
they In affairs to know
had Jumped with Bran Coffee.-This Is a good wholesome my

drink. To nui! quart of bran add<1 fINANUI. that other men were! facing the same
surprise as they STATEMFVror
couliln, two'beaten eggs and, one-half cupful, FUNDS COUNTY troubles!'! and difficulties as myself and C. L. HODGES STARKE
Imagine;; 3- other, cereals Monthly nn.nell ...........rh >,f Rr.iror4' ,
iuolasChicory of could l only
who 'could\ be t (? J County, lor the month of Auirimt 1923. hat simple solutions T
playing the DillY bencldcd If dl! lrt..l. ills well ".n....' fund j Down the street! i i mo y f m ** ** ************ ** *!** ,
hrough co-operation.
k and placu. In a moderate oven, stir. flalanet-' Ana I.. 1922 -------.-.______(W42.B.* '' '________r______ .______ __ A _. u
Dlai! ._. ll.-eO'lrt.| during. month __-__________. from mo H a man in the sumo him- .. .
ring often" until It U browned evenly Wurnint. ....._ Jr! .i --- ---- -- -- -- -
And Diddle J luuxl ___..__.__ the same YetI 1
"."n.. 8<'Ttt. I. 1729. ness His' problems! are
and lightly. ---.8818.1'
w..., delighted. He A y 'I I' Fto. and Fo.r.lluro -Fund do not know him rind bel'au5le I do i I SEABOARD PRESSING( CLUB
had, tniule them Picnic Salad.-Take two cnpfula of Pahine. Autr. 1. 19U2 .?_ _t204.84
nenlpts darting month ...JUT : not know him I slhlfn"uJtC him. Iboweasy ,
look at hint In- diced tongue, ,.
5 >It at th... cIWJ'! ,ed meats one cupful *,t diced l I,:Axinriee Warrant I II.PI.ts.lod I. 1922.------._-"-"----".=.-d.lhr@0 it would have been had we met the station i
--- at
of Line R..d. fsn. and tailed, I '
dad' too. celery. one cupful mftyounnlse. I aalane.' i i on a common, footing i
Au.. 1. IfIIlS _
hi i l r de up a paiallln cups wlt} n 1/1oS-IIIt'n/ > square'> j 7)e,out. daa4ng m.nt'i--"-..-.:. -_:._- 411.17 18.114 things over. What fin* things; ne and!
rut of purulHu. pniHT! KMT with the V rr.nts asg.rl. ... .. .. .
HV did l and pVk.STV lit) lettuce {,R514'i,,. ....... N" liI22- ___-._-_,,y. 661)0 r court have done by co-op*/ fating far I : Expert service on all kinds I
Ilt 1 'li'Y ........ rover 1I'lIl1d'1 1 tnAtlmline..Fonts hff road of war city. And by making i Fi
Jurul.. .... adding that \\ Palm .
af d wh.m the U'lt ( .Alrll" I. 1'0 -- __ ,,_ 676.89 i
to he "rveU. Itt.'Mpt. .In, ''Inv' mums __.__?-_?_ better Hty how w< f "a" "In a Cornsr." mind I Is I leudy tracxhtr ;......... ___'_._ 'r:_....___:.. ed// our bunities! Alt around rue aril of tailoring cleaning pressing i
t\I":' ',,1 Celery and O eon Supper (prone Srpt. I tft. __ : :: ___ 814.96 ; .
"..... 1'tay ,. Men who
, him or when hen cupl'nl'C( celery cut lt .1(DI8h'-j ., slJl'l'Py"ul business men.!
scald' Cook
n Ri1lanut' Aug I..IlIa\ ____ :.___
i ,one .,11 much attention a* stir It Into u cii/ul| of flew a: t.i, .'N dni"p, ou1nt11'-.v.o-2'- -- _._ 1.10, err thickets and hairs the confld.'nccdf dyeing arid alterations. i I r

k, H I,,' oil.;11l tl> lllUg.i matte\! >I'\,' 'r'inltlng i together! t\l'(. table f N'..9rnrto i.ou..d. ....____"__; the puWVTh R men and I, what X
l4alinee 8<>N. I I. 111I11 _..\ .
,; Use fumllr told t oft spntihfiilM .>( butter and Hour nml /tIld-j wtdve. rehslhi) Fni4 \ .1,6Q I. there that working" togeth/ w'e I !

"- 11'1'k! and I/I.Idle. wits lug a ciipf\d otrlch milk.: Swmnn salad.. Pug ,I. 10w4,4..._.__........_._...: -.AS ionM not, acc-ompKIi for onci, < ': '' PRICES REASONABLE. GOODS .CALL ,

l : -.'d.| .tt! niuJ ,urenAe. I'dur Chili sauce over 1 .\r ,.alpl.....,. during......r.. dtt_ ..._,..___ _--.r- And ni *tinsr them for an hourntc .t I ED FOR AND DELIVERED AT NO EXTRA <

t "'I. yUe;\ thum a new tricklule. bnttttrol 1 luiiot and place llcvn. of I potato hM. I. I i0@?: .._..__,j.jjz:. 211.1@Ilnlanr. ''we wand! l hi <
himself..milt .i ( '\ week, knowing" thorn, MI I' CHARGE. PROMPT & RELIABLE SERVICE. A i.j i.
+ ald to
ho .< each. M I.rvll at
>\ winked bn< i>i> on oace. j timr"_
A i. ._... ___ /. i
( ?1.41 eafeh lth talking 11 3
r :
Tack awl Joe to < ,
-, them BO, they Slice- ae.4pt. during mmtta __zrrn: TRIAL WILL YOU : .
asses@I Cherry Bread PJ<*41ng.- bread J --- 10.118 I G CONVINCE i
'' i is I Wortents iau"red __ ___.__.__ ,onlv -frfeiuiii' can tipfe" low wo would j .
: butter It und, pl'i: >'<* Ie l a li'! 'p "...nOlI tttjrt, t, 1092 '_
s '.:It.- wad really right. Be' pUdlll"1 1@1.tesnafrord .. .lIch hale Hl.' JIM ELLISON PRQ
dishi :11''; ."t'1, a layer; jjf .Iiei... ioms; pront :
'I !I' >.n many fine tricks that 7 7yl I Ir >> fi.p until) bread ; ; rni.itF. :. I AM A liUB.J Patrick M. T vmrnnny : i __. ,_ ___ .. : _,_ __ ._ __ __ ._ \
i ino fresh or cooked ; repeat !II-'. of '. . __ __ .__ ._. __ __
: th -- - - -- -
but mrrnitis / 'uh '
i i.' expected them, enough has been used. Pour overeh.nry I tuinbf crr t'h' lddMAn Ie ......... Sacwtary! Khf nl Clrih of flt'- '

: .k-iitied. and surprlaed, .IIrillir juice '" ncIx tell and set foS .r the. pqIptt" j .. =:5. 01 stye I IAu. tele' Wa.h. .
fendm elt.Mnre far e
ti sn i.ftich new one. 8..tn. reither hot or, cold\ a< .....if h.... Ie t....r U.fr..F -rtlo She mtMH the bout of : Piles Cured In 6 to M Uay rile (fuuifne -..,45UutrlrstAllact'318. ...t/ fIF

x -- dash'ed. at my kaowtaOVA ..11.,. 'CJ.k ...... w.abrt, MBray.ms
,. Different Poles. +:Itr -0. -'tV. A LDn...UI. 064pation) Cjuicl.h' reherei Gam'i 1'n1. :r..J.. !'f1M'! .1 E: "'.t n"llr. N; '

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Lake Butler, Sept.; ;;.-Mrs. H. 1.'t1j.

County I i lot Five Mite motored to Lake Butler

tl; i : News Item1 i,' Tuesday. Do njoy-this'

Mr. and Mrs. Wright have rented you

: :.ci' the Blake cottage and will be at home

I' InUrestfntf facts Gathered taring: the Week by Oyr J | next week to their friends.

'l Regular Correspondent 1 Dick Davis, of Five Mile, was in. .

1t" I town Saturday. perfect insurance

u'I '""'-'" .s.....-- ---' 'I''I Mrs. Othoe Mizelle, of Jacksonville,
u.J. attended the funeral of Mrs. Touch-
LA1YTEY J. T. Reddish was transacting boat
i held here Friday. -

ness in Jacksonville Thursday. l I Mrs. Hudson Herndon, of Lake City I
Lawtcy, Sept. 2J-Bliss Eunice Dln- Edward* Edwards left last woek for"
is the truest of her parents, Mr. and
i... kinK. of Jllckllon'.lIIe.( .spent Sunday Gainesville, where he has accepted a ; Mrs. Frank Bennett. to checking funds

I I here with her parent; Mr. and Mrs. position.Mrs. .
The burial
| services of Mrs. Pearl
Chas Dinkins. fortune Moulin, of Jacksonville I
It, Touchstone, of Jacksonville were held
t 1-, I Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Carrodine and is spending this week with her ,
at Dekle .
cemetery Friday morning, .
/ i) POM, Lee, returned here! l last week fromf parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Padgett. : after which the remains were laid to

/f t a visit to their former home in Yazoo:!: L. D. Dorman, of Jacksonville, was'I ', rest. Mrs. Touchstone leaves to mourn We give each commercial depositor

I .City, Miss. the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Si i her loss four children and a hu hand.

MI'''. J. B. McCulley and two children las Brawn.o I!, without
To these, deepest sympathy Is!' extend- charge Super-Safety Insured
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I Frank and James, spent th Arthur Rigdon, of Starke, was abed. '

week-end! with relatives here. visitor here Friday. I l Miss Crawford, of New York, heaccented checks, together with vest pock UPER AF _
I Miss Veilio Supp, of Starke, visited II. L Qrownlce, of Starke, was attending
in the
Hlijh s"ho rl -
friends here Saturday and Sunday to business here Wednesday insurance bond for -
j I Blake has located in Jacksonville et 1000.00 1
;id I I Simon Howard, of Crawford, and Mr. Fogg, of Graham, was a visitor and Mrs. Blake will join him protecting -

: I Jern Howard, of Mactlenny, were here Friday. | there Thursday. We wish them suc- him against loss through fraudulent
called here last' week on account of The Woman's Baptist Missionary
, | cons in their new home.
: '{ the serious illness of their brother, Society met last week at the home of ,;, Charlie McCall, of Guilford, motored alteration of his checks. This PA P E R

Henry Howard. Mrs. George Anderson, and was prof to

Mrs. M. E. Edwards and son, Laurie (itable to all who attended. Alter boa: ( Mr. and town Mrs.Saturday.Joe Green, and Bob relieves our depositors of the menace

J were visitors to Starke Friday mess was transacted, delicious fruitpunch &
,' Green, of Brooker visitors here
I were
t 1'l' K.. J. Roberts attended the Primitive -I and cake was served. Thosepresent t ; Monday. of "check raisers..amenace that cost

n Baptist association in Baker Mesdames
were J. L. Harrell
|i' Air Brock, of Valdosta, Go., was th-
county last week-end. J. B. Rowe, Carl Wooten, T J. the American
I ., Terry, truest of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Iln-rell] checking public last
I' W. E. Torocio was transacting business J. A. Howe, George Anderson, B. L.
Friday and 'Saturday.
in Jacksonville Wednesday. Blanchard, V. R. Reddish, E. B. Wells, I' Preston Williams of New River, visited year the sum of 3000000000.:

I Mnt. Albert Moneley, of Clay Hill, Misses Joyce and Claudia Terry. 'I ,
relatives in town Sunday
spent the week-end, with relatives and 1 Last Sunday at the Baptist church 1 I
Russell)) Hewitt visited his
the parents A special insurance certificate issued the
friends here. following state mission by
i program
Mr. and Mrs. Moss\ Hewitt, of Little ,
!Misses Mary Williams and Emma I was rendered: i! Hartford Accident
1 Springs Saturday and Sunday. & Indemnity is
I Z Powell, of Madclenny! were guests of .Song, "Call the Roll for Work.." ; J. Company '
Rev. D. Major delivered art interesting -
} Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Tracey the past Reading;-Mrs. J. B. Rowe. I furnished. If you are a commercial account de-
I I sermon Sunday morning and
i weekend "When We work Together"-Five 'evening at the Club Room. positor of this bank in and
a come
Misses Eva Reddish and Loren Juniors. get yours.
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I Mrs. J, S. Howard and daughter,
j' Itazen:!: were shopping in Starke Sat Song, "Jesujj Includes Me.:" .
Miss Annie
I of Dukes, motored to our
'}:. urday. State Mission facts by the pastorand i towri ;Saturday afternoon. If you are .not a commercial account depositor
Helen McLeod of Jacksonville seniors.
'Po'g f spent Sunday'wIth relatives here. Reading-Mildred' Bennett. I Lake Dennis Butler Argo, of Five Mile, was in of this bank, bear in mind,,we stand
Saturday, looking after.business
N' \ Lonnie Prescott, of Highland, watt "Go Ye and. Give"-Primary girls. affairs. ready to give you this positive protection immediately f,11 d

:. f transacting business in town Satur Vocal duet, Give, of Your Best to ,1 Mrs. Willard Parker, of f New River, S
the Master"-Misses Eva Reddish and on opening an account with
day.Daniel I was greeting; ,friends in Lake Butler us. FEa'r
II Futch and son, Sydney, werepuests Mary B yer._ Monday. 1

l r, 'j r during; of last relatives week. in Jacksonville I Talk Offering on Mission received.statistics by pastor. I I I after. Dr. J. M. Mann has returned home S.. SI.Ii"d'S:

a visit with relatives in Geor-
1 r Fortune Moulin, of Jacksonvtle, was Sunday school at the Baptist church Bank of Starke f '

.t the Sunday guest; of-Mr. and Mrs. M. every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.j],I gia.Miss Norma Dekle and Ruby Proctor t"-

Padsett. Preaching services at 11 and
a. m. spent the week-end at Five Mile,
f J. J. Byrd, of Maxville, spent Sunday 7:30 p. m. on first and third Sundays.A guests of relatives. -

ww here with his parents, Mr. and cordial invitation is extended to Ligha of
Douglass, Palestinewasbusiness a

.' { Mrs.Mr.J.and W.Mrs.Byrd. all.Mrs. D. L. |. vlaithere Tuesday. : The Bank of Helpful
Emory Wood, of San Rigsby and children, Profs. Hurner and iGeiger, ,school ServiceE.

t derson,* were guests Sunday of Mr. Miss Myrtle Reddish and Mrs. S. A. I \inspectors, were in Lake Butler Tues

: and Mrs. L. A. Marr. Bryan, of Starke, were visitors here | day. S. MATTHEWS, President GEO. C.

...... Julius Eunice of Jacksonville Tuesday. Wf11TE'Cashietr '
Mrs D. F. :Floyd -and daughteiss ; ,
Sunday here with his Miss Hattie Black of Wateroak -
r t family. was M Madie, spent Saturday and Sunday t -I
i Dorsey and Buford. shopping In town Tuesday.
at Guilford, guests of Mrs. Mann. .
r ( j .. of Maxville, were visitors. here Sunday Jeff Griftls and Clarence Marr, of Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son, Marcus, -
Highland, were transacting business
of Five Mile visited
relatives\ } in Lake
t I George; White, of Jacksonville\ was here Tuesday. I ]Butler Tuesday. ,

I k :. 1 s transacting business in town Satui Miss Viola Thomas was called home | Rev. S. S. Proctor visited'the Stat Alachua County's Foremost

1.' day. from Jacksonville Tuesday on account Farm] Sunday. Shopping Center=a

( I, ,. Sydney Futch of Raiford, spent several of the serious illness of her mother, !| A. E. Sapp spent Tuesday In SappI

I days here last week with his parents Mrs. ]h J. Thomas. x I j looking after business. Shop Through Our Mail Order

;> Mr. and 1l\1rs. Daniel Futch. Carl Wooten received his npjwflnt- !{ Math Dukes, of Five! Mile, Is transacting Department:

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children, of ment this week as carrier for the nij i\. business here this week.

p f Starke, were guests Sunday qf Mrs. ral mail route from Lawtey lIe wilt i i Nelson Dekle, rf Starke, visited rcl 1

'ft k, M. E. Edwards. commence Oct. 8th. This route has I ativcs in .town last week. c 1 r

4 Mrs. R. L. Hannan, of Jacksonville... been in charge of Jeff Dowling since 'I 1 I Miss Lillie .Colson, of Jacksonville' TQUtlll t
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/i iItf spent the week-end: here., it was organized several months ago, I spent the week-end with Mrs. John E. SerVice 7LThh16 U .

.I Mr. and Mrs Mack Howard and! who was appointed as temporary carrier ;Maines. / b

children, of Jacksonville, are spendinga until the civil service examinationcould I(
Harry Long, of Five Mile, was a
C } few days here with his parents, Mr. l be held. 1 business visitor ncre Saturday. GAINESVILLEFLORIDA:

i I 1 and Mrs. Henry Howard. s Mr. and Mrs.%J: W. Townsend.' and

Deputy W. W. Baisden, of Starke,p HIGHLAND I children, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith, of Largest Stock of Ladies'
4 11 Ready-to-wear
1F I was in town on business Saturday. I Dade City, spent the weekend at Orange Dry Goods and
? Mrs. J. J. McLeod was shopping i in '
Highland ; S prings. Notions
Sept. 29.-Mr. and Mrs in Central
Starke Thursday. j D. E. Bell and children were visitors :I Moss Hewitt, of Little Springs, was "' Florida. .
('I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and son, of (to Jacksonville '1'In town Saturday on business. \

Jacksonville, were ;guests Sunday of Friday morning;, returning | Oscar Rimes, of Five Mile, at- --- - .. -.. -. .. _
d ( that afternoon In their car. was - on __ _. ___ .. ...
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,t Mr and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. -
\,. Misses Beth and Winifred Wlmber- t ending to business in town Satur STRAWBERRY* PLANTS I -
Supt. H. B. Wiggins; of Starke was '|day .
100 genuine 1RII1r.!
11 Proirrtnalv
.' ly and Max Wimberly were visitors or "' ";"'('''''''''' ''' '''' ( '' .
'9 u visitor at the Lawtey school Mon Suiwrb Everbvarlnir Plant clelivvred tv to Starke Friday. 'I I Billy Roberts, of Five Mile, was to your door at prop.

l. day. Mrs. Pompey Padgett and Arthur 'greeting friends in town Monday. planting fins' for only 76o.
; ; son, .i" Write copy of our four REMOVAL
r. f. Gray ami Daniel Tusca, of Jackson were buslness'visltors to Starke 1 I| A party of Confederate soldiers, 11 ol'lor folder dt.cribln.r. more NOTICE
ville, spent a few days last week with than 80 varletlm of plants.
'composed of Rev. S. S. Proctor,John Our
Saturday. I j' O. C. WALLER* BROS. patron will find in
',, their grandmother Mrs. M. 'I us our new location formerly
E. Ed
; Rex. J. F. Conway of Green Cove( Henry Dowling, and iBilly Rob- 9.22.st-11.17 the Brownlee Jewelry Store. Steam
wards. I 'erts motored tft Starke to pressing is the only
I f I' Springs, was a visitor here Wednesday \
: Sunday.
sanitary method
George F. Young sold what i ia Aire Glenn I laU'nd the veterans meeting. non-injurious but preserving to clothes
t Crews and little
son arrived
#" known, as the.Churchill farm in East NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED ,
Brady Brown of Miller motored to
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Saturday from Keysville to join UNDER SECTION 571 Of THE
s I j Lawtey last week to a party in the Lake Butler GENERAL STATUTES STEAM
Mr. Crews here. They will visit F. M. I I 1 II CO
North who contemplates moving here : lIe ft., notice Ie given that L. H. Rill purehaner -
t Tommy Dukes, of Five Mile
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fry; \ Crews and family for a few days and I of tax iile evrtiilcate numbered re.neotlvdr -
.. within the next few weeks. He has than start housekeeping. l j| looking after business In town Mon- flip/ 189. 188. 191 and 19S. laud
I also closed a trade with P. G. by the tax allmtor of Bradford county, Ftor
Haigler, .
k ", Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Misses Beth ' i
trading a store buildingin Hawthorne I has iliad aid eertifleatea In my office and baa
Gordon Johnson, of Five Mile,
c r ,. for a 40 acre farm one-half mile west k I' an,1 Winifred Wimberly, Air and AI i was made. application for tax deed to uume In aaconlnnc YOU CAN STILL
<. I George Wilkinson, Mr.\ and Mrs. t transacting business in town Satur- with taw. SAVE THAT $12.50
i of town. Another trade was I rot I'' Said eertilteatd Napectlvely embrace the ,
closed day.
I'rvtt. Bennett, Max Wimberly,' t following landa In Bradford county Florida, The
;4, Saturday when Mr. Young became the I Mrs.W? H. Bethea and children, of waved at the date of the taeuance of such Tampa Business College I. obliged to organize the Second Fall
tyid Pasco
Grime cprtillcatee
and Andrew Crews j In the names Term
o', reapeotlvely herein* opening Oct. 1. The
owner of the Walz property, composed all attended church j Perry, "visited relatives In town Frl after particularly let forth tu-wltl reduction of $12.50 on life scholarship offered will
at Evergreen Sun Certificate No. hold good this t'rm.
I 16S Tilie
of two houses'and one-hall of pmbracea Northwpet old Institution
1 6t' \, acre day. day. Quarter of Northwcet Quarter. S... 12. Tp. shorthand for bookkeeping, auditing, banking,
.r, land two blocks from the depot. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bell and I Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle and son, Hen- .6 trrvt.Certificate. a. .K. Hi E., 40 sores, waved W. L. Over of and touch typewriting, offers the latest and'best approved COUl'1'e5
chit! \
t Truby Willis and Graham Boyd were drne, Mamie, Frank and Ed J ry, of Ocala, spent Saturday and Sun- No. 189 stab....... North Half of, study. It has made more improvements than other colleges by adding' a
motoredto Emit Half of Southeast complete supply of
business Quarter of Burroughs
f' visitors to Jacksonville last day with Mrs. W. C. Townsend. Northeaet Bookkeeping Machines
Cash Point Quarter Weat Half of Southeast. Calculating Machines
Sunday and Quarter
spent the 1 and other modern
t. Thursday. day with relatives. j Dewey Duke, of Five Mile, was a Northeast Half of Southwest Quarter A. South Half of North office devices. You will get the belt at this school, one
1 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Briggs/ and little II. C. Wimberly, Jr., returned Mon1-1 I I I business visitor to town Monday Quarter a North Half Quarter of slhNH': : "'of I, scholarship covers the entire! course. We get you a position as soon as you

daughter, of Jacksonville, spent Wednesday day from Green Cove Springs, where Ardell Drawdy, of .Five Mile, was Nouthweot west Half of Quarter Southmat of Soulhweat Quarter of Quarter SOuth..t.Qua..r A graduate-no waiting. Get' out 1922 catalogue and arrange for your college

? 'I and Thursday with Air. he has been located for the ; 1 1 I a business visitor to Lake Butler'Sat- Quarter of* Northeast Quarter of Southeast course at once.
l. mother Mrs. past threemonths. Southweet Quarter A West Half I : h
.Brlggs' M. E. Edward
a !? 1'I urday. Houthraiit Quarter of Southeast Quarter A !' tTAMPA USINESS.COLLEGE

'S ., Fred Conner returned to his work Mr. and Mrs. Wimberly, Miss Win' Henry Varnes, of Johnstown, was Quarter.South Half See of 12.Northeast Tp. 6. a Quarter B. 33 E.of, lie Southeast"'_, I,I The Accredited School of the Stale L. M. flatten President, Tampa rim.t .
in Jacksonville first of the week, after ifred and Max' (J I looking after business affairs here on Mussed" Unkni ,
spending! a few days 'here with his Wimberly were visiting! Saturday. cenmcate dlv of East No. 189 embrace* Lot 12: In Otfs'sub '
friends at Lawtey Sunday. i Williams.Certificate. Lawter. assessed J. N. 8. I No Worm in a Child .
''I family I J. J. Colson, of New River Ur-ver. l4teHvt! ceiffl i_ '
motoredto .
Friends of George Parker will be i in- No. IPS embraces Southeast. Qtiar I All children troubled with Worm have t
Lem Sapp, of Jacksonville, was 1 in Mterested town Saturday. ter of Northeaat Quarter of Southwest color,which Indicates an tiohaltr nstorecvIulUraoc energy by porirrtoa and t"
,- to learn that he has ter. See. it poor blood.and a.a
accepted'a Tp e S. R. Quar-I
22 rlchlnd
.. town Sunday. I seat Ella i E. 10 ac. rule then U more or less. stomach: disturbance. the blood. VooacaQlIOOoc..lltatnnat'I:
I position as marine with i GROVE TASTELESS 014211| laviyiuratlna .. /
reporter the
Certificate' TONIC .
,. Rev. Hemmitt preached at the Saxton Jacksonville Journal. CARD OF THANKS Half of Northwest No. It Quarter* embrace of* W 8 A of I for two or three. weeks, will enrich given the blood.refolnrly i

church Sunday. :i ter. 8.... 26 Tp. (, S. Northwest.. Improve thedlgat ooaod act a.a PERFECT
Mrs. H. C. .... R it E., 8 ... leoeral Strenitth'enlnii HEALTH
Wimberly t Is spending .ed T. L. Ouerrjr. Qua'j Tonto to th whole
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Lamar plack, of Jacksonville, was I few days in Lawtey with Mrs. Chas. '1 We, the undersigned hereby extend Unless, said certificates shall be .. ...... throw off or dispel. the wormy 'od theCbUd. will then be -Tott'a.... Pills Lass the system In perfect
va '4 -r the guest of his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Dinkirw. ( our heartfelt thanks to the kind, the cortlmir Both to day law of tax deed will cans thereon oa la perfect b..I1.' Pleas ul to*\*. 73c per bottle Reiulale the bowel and peodueeA I
t" t I A. D. 1923. I VIGOROUS BODY ;
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W B. Black, Sunday. friends Wltnna
who my -
so nobly their officialsignature -
gave us and seal I -
i' J Mrs. Will Alford and children, of S. A. Bryan, of Starke, was a bust ;,i assistance and the, 26th day or September. A. D. 1922. this To Cure A soverelan. leased fee sick Jteadaeka S STuft' ;t
ness visitor here Tuesday. sympathy during our Q.-.W. ALDERMAN a Cold in One flay
f i :-, Sanderson, spent Sunday with Mr. i sad bereavement. We also thank Dr. (Seal Clerk) Circuit Court, Bradford County. Fla. Take LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE!:(Tablets .
b : and Mrs. L. A. Marr. I Biggs for his I f.a9-11t-1O..a7 By C. A. KNIGHT. '''P.the( outfit and'jtn.darhe! .and word ot?! .
,' ) You can often tell unremitting services. Deputy Clerk.j E W. GRpVe .n.t. .00..each boa ate\
l'l't"" r a man by -- -- -
the 'j Perry Dover, Mrs. F. F. Flume
... .Subscribe for Telegraph the things he doesn't K '
say. I money is so plentiful, why dii'iwe The
I f Mrs. R. W..Mills.\ Subscribe for the Telegraph. less you expect the more pleas il"
r 1 get ours.
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