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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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OLUME FORTY-FOUR. STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 13, 1922. NUMBER SIXTEEN.

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I mi'OR !MEN HELD RESPONSIBLE : I THE LAW BIBLE CLASS THE NEW GAIETY 1 BRICKS FLY FAST WilES PROHIBITION DEATH OF MR. HEMINGWAY:' HONOR:' ROLL OF B. II. S. FOX THE

FOR OFFICERS' MUKDEIlStroup 'I : / AGENTS RAID CAFE: I FIRST MONTH

I The Ladies Bible Class of the Baptist Real Theatre lies liven Added to the Saturday morning, tho 7th of pe-.
Declares) War on Pasco: County church held their monthly busl Attractions. of Starke > I Thousands Attack Dry Officers-Patrolmen tober, at the dawning of the day, the First grade Charles Henry McMil

Bootleggers for Crime ness meeting Saturday afternoon at Stop Angry Molt! spirit of H. D. Hemingway passed. lan, Freeman Wilson, Marguerite

1 o'clock in the Baraca room of the The new Gaiety theatre is now ready I I from this earth to his heavenly home. Prevatt, Julia Tlson, Lois Long,.Verna

Jo City, Oct. 5.-The entire com- church. The business meeting was for business and tonight (Friday) the I Baltimore, Md., Oct. 0.-Four pro- lie had been ill for the past two Wagner Miss Olive Ray, teacher.

in ..cv; was shocked this morning at I followed by a social hour which was opening screen play, "Out of the SI- hibition agents and two negro assistants -;, months at his home on Thompson and Second grade B-William Tison t t

h< +Jews of the murder from ambush very much enjoyed. lent North," will be given. The 'regular were beleaguered two hours I his death was not unexpected, anti Thomas Cason.

'rbhibitlon Officer J. V. Waters This class has recently been organized show will be given Saturday, and, tonight in the saloon of Henry Schal- i, came as a release from weariness and Second grade A-Sara Hope Haynes

u Deputy Sheriff A. F. Crenshaw with Mrs. Geo. C. White as teacher beginning next week, pictures will be Itzky, Barre and Woodward streets. suffering. i James Poppell. .

,... ..M-day afternoon near what is calls and the following officers: shown five nights each week, !Monday, Several thousand men and women attacked I Tho funeral took place Sunday uCI : Third grade B-Inez Tompkins, Le- '

I IK Sturkie stock farm about six President, Mrs J. T Quigley. Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat the agents and demolished the I ternoon at the Methodist church anti Roy Wilson Miss Jessie Thomas, ', ""
11 ?'. northeast of Dade City. Vice-President, Mrs. L. II. East- urday. plate glass front of the building in was conducted by the pastor, Rev. M. teacher.

These officers left Dade City in thoIf..rnoon I man. The new theatre, located on West repeated efforts to reach the. raiders. |11.. Smith, assisted by Rev. J. J. Bul- Third grade A-Ben Sternberjr Evelyn -

| with a search warrant au- I Secretary, Mrs. L. C. CaRhatt.I Call street, across .the street from I: Bricks were hurled by infuriated I len, of the Baptist church. Rev. Stump, Richard Long, Maurice

'1'> -zing the search of the premises Treasurer, Mrs. O. Jones. Turner's Drug Store, has been under : spectators both from the street and I Smith chose as his text, "Now is Morgan, Merrill' Williams, Etholin ,

tit stock farm for goods that were I The class has been named "The Law preparation for a long time, being the house tops. Tires on the agents' limousine !' Christ risen froan the dead and bc- 'I White, Jeannette Underhill, Paulino '

nup'-Bed' to have been moved from a Bible Class," in memory of two former former Carter brick block, thoroughly were cut and the windows and l' come the first fruits of them that Dubose. ,ll

building in Dade City just be- I pastors who were held in much remodeled. to meet all requirementsin I lamps were wrecked. slept," and spoke beautifully of the Fourth IIradeJames Richard ,

t',. the building was bumed. It is esteem by the church, and whose work moving pictures' or theatrical pre- I The trouble started as the agents life of the deceased,I, who was noted Wainwright, Glenn Wood, Avn Lou. ..

4 ?: >il that Mr. Waters remarked be- lives on among the members of this sentation. It is good enough for a were loading a small truck with twen I for his gentleness, patience, kindness Poppell, Lester Price Robinson, how-:,;,
foi leaving that he was going to church and especially among' the town many times the size of Starke. j' ty-fivo cases of seize.l, home brew. The i I and sympathy.I ard Colson, Alice Fernandez, ;, "2 i

"nid back the "Sturlde stock farm members of this Bible class namely: The owner, Sam Rosenberg, deserves I negro chauffeur of the truck threatened I I Tho choir, composed of Messrs. C. Cady, Hazel Adkins, Rachel Silcox. ,..,

iimrh< ," but it is not known whethernt I Dr. W. G. Law, now in the Great Be- much praise for his courage and enterprise ; the crowd with a rcvoher. In attempting I L. Peek and J. F. Kickliter, MosdamosE. Miss! !Marguerite Shriver, teachor. E '),

meant to bring them back under yond, and his son who took up the for the remodeling has been' : to assist him, the agents! K. Perrymnn, A. Z. Adklns!' A. W. Fourth grade A-William Brown, I. '

'ority of the search warrant or on work after him, Rev. Blanchard Law, a cosily: business. No less praise is were driven into the saloon, where ( Anderson, and E.': Philips, with Mrs.F. Merrill Futch, Thomas Gill, Thomas t

harge of bootlegging I now of Lake Wales The motto adopted due the management of the theatre, they were barricaded from six to 8 II. Long/' as pianist, softly sang, Williams r .\
'jtul Overstreet! reported the find- by the class is "And Itt11' not be who, to the end that Starke may have o'clock this evening. I "Safe! in the Arms of Jesim" and Fifth grade--Iris Brown, Louise t 3

i" it the dead bodies about 10 o'clock I weary in well doing, for in due season a place of high class amusement, has Forty police reserves. held the crowdin "Rest for the Weary." ., Hayes, Merrill McMillan, Clara .'i
n- night. He lives on the stock |I we shall reap, if we faint not." Gal. spared no pains in planning, and no check. The raiders were from I Th
arm and reported that as he was. go- 111:9.( : In their committee work the cost in providing all things necessary Washington. A warrant was shown, I' thews, J. F. Colley, I).. E. Knight, Isabel Bullen, teacher. f
nt home last night he made the gruesfind. has started out to live up to this and desirable therefor. (I charging the proprietor with sellingto A. Scott J. W. White anti) L. A. l Davis. I Sixth grade-Raymond Browning 4 '

., The victims were riding I motto. Class colors: red and white. The electrical end of the theatre Is one of the agents' intoxicating liquor I I Henry Durant Hemingway) Mrs. Adine Watson, teacher. .

i Ford car '.that was being driven During social hour an interesting handled through three switchboards on Aug. 7. No whisky was born July 16, 1818 In Conway, I lorry I Eighth/ grado .Sam Sternberg Jacob .. s,I
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i. Mr. Waters, and the a..sailantVas program was given, in which all I found.A county, S. C., and at the time of hiI'> Green, FrankPattee, Grace Wood s.i
main and From
operating room stage.
near to them that the face of Mr. I' of the members took part, after which these stations the current is divider! patrolman was knocked down by (I j loath( was seventy-four years old. He I Edna: Manning, Laurinc Cheshire, ,:n

rtnshaw was badly powder-burned. simple refreshments were served by and sub-divided and carried in armored a brick thrown from a house top, the was converted nnI' jolnl'd the !Mrfthohat Bertha Wilson, GiiHsio Mae Bennett, ''kr/to.l .
Ai\ >r>ut thirty-five buckshot entered theft the teachers and officers, who were bartender was injured on the arm, and ( church In 1808, and 1 lived a faithful l Elise Jones. Mrs Bessie McGrucler rI'J.
cable to its destination. The theatre
shoulder and head of Crenshaw, hostesses to the class at this meeting will be supplied with current by several others suffered minor injur- I member for fifty years. lie was teacher '
had struck waters Besides the regular meetings on Sun- ies. arrested. married Miss. Laura of Snellgrove
ind six or eight four separate circuits, thereby eliminating Schalitzky was to Legette, Ninth IIrllde-Thelma "
one going straight into his head about day there is a business meeting the any chance of having a "dark Marion S!. C., on April 5, 1878! and l Miriam Ortngus, Miss Florence Matthews ) I
and the others entering first Saturday afternoon in each to this union born five children teacher. ''I
mi left ear, house" through failure of any one of BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINWe were ''I ,,
hit shoulder. The car was in gear month. four of whom survive their father Eleventh grn: .-Isabel Fernandez,
the lines. If the "juice" is being -
switch when the bod- This large class Is daily growing in generated often of Wilson I I Alderman. Mrs. Geo. C. '
and the was on at the house It: can be hear It said l that the sermon namely: LeRoy Hemingway, Blanche ) "f'I
"i, were found Indicating that theyw numbers and in jnterest in the various made available power at the theatre, so without the preacher Is the gun N. C; .T. II. Hemingway of Fer.j I White, teacher. :.f/

\ re shot while the car was in mo- lines of church work. there will be no intervals of darkness, without a man at the back of it. With nandfnn; Frank G. Hemingway '1 I" !

tion. as has sometimes happened before, equal justice It may be added that the. Mrs. P. S. McMillan, of Starke. PorN.C1UE. \ TION :: \ /',
It( is reported that Mr. Waters borrowed METHODIST unless the plant completely fails.. sermon severed from the entire service The interment was at Crosby cemetery :

a pair of handcuffs before he The front of the building has the of public worship is shorn of a and the body of this. good man A negro preacher in Atlanta, after II "' :

started to make the search, and that Sunday school every Sunday morn- regular theatre lobby, of concrete, the large measure of its strength. Those was followed by a large number of I warming up to his subject on The Day r'', '
neither the cuffs nor the key belonging o'clock E. K. who attend the worship of God's sorrowing relatives and friends, who o
ing at 10 Perryman, su ticket office being placed in the centerof upon of Judgment' Is reported to have said:
to them was found on his body or perintendent. If going to Sunday the space. Large glass windows I; house for the sermon only are those carried many choice !flowers withwhich "Oh, mel! What you gwine U-r do "

in the car, from which fact many Hchpol is good for the kiddies, whyisn't light the roomy office during the day who are content with a picture with to deck the newly made grave I w'en you see du debil comin In a hai-1 .':
portions concluded that the arrest had it good for ? out a frame. The entire service Is the funeral arrangement worn inl I white houses ..
you and at night Is well lighted with in- storm, drivln' a pa'r er #
been made and that the officers were If you want better Fords, let them cnndcscents. i necessary, else not alone is the picture (: charge of D. C. Jones. I I wld da lightnin' fer reins, en him kick. l

returning to. town with their prisoner stand In front of the church on Sunday robbed of its frame, the picture J. II. Hemingway, a s'on of the Jc-1 In' the big hills out his way, en drink '
handcuffed when they were headed The operating room, \he heart; of i ceased came from Fcrnandina to attend J
instead of running over these is marred and disfigured also. I i in' up de sea at a mouthful w'en ho :
the theatre, was designed both for I
off by some friend of the prisoner,' rough roads. If we would have a Last Sunday the pastor inaugurated I the funerql.! fells thirsty, en tukin" de roun' worl ;
and that after the killing the key was I better town, we must have better peo comfort of the operators and the "a ten minute custom," which I in his. two ban's en pitchln' it at de
taken from the pocket of the dead ple. The only way to have better peo- safety of the audience. It is 12x13feet means be ten minutes ahead in all NEARLY MISHAP! stars lak hit wuz a baseball? I ax

man and the prisoner released. I ple is for them to have Christ. You in size iron, being constructed of corrugated engagements in connection with the 'you,. plain en constant, what' you

The errand of the officers is sup- them to have Christ. You are more overlaid with concrete church And Bible school.\ Try it and Last Thursday evening a new Buick gwine ter do, en whur you gwinu ter
throughout. Two
projectors of the
posed to have been two-fold-both to apt to find Christ in the church thanon latest learn the delight there Is in it. 1 touring car, owned by W. M. Edwardsand stun', w'en do debbil do lilt?"
search for the secreted goods and for the lake fishing or at'home read- type, stereopticon and spotlight The air-ship contest is on sure driven by his little daughter, Lois
illicit whisky, and it is thought that im*. the newspaper or running around I make up the main equipment of enough.' Nearly everybody was out I came south on Walnut street. The

the emnity of the liquor people is the country. .If your farm can do all this room. Observation and lens ports last Sunday morning to see the start i car wan filled to, capacity with girls. NOTICE OF SANITARY INSPKC: : ?,

what brought about the double murder right through' the week without you, will be equipped with automatic fire of things, and next Sunday all will I Nearing Call street the horn was TION
shutters. A large opening in the ceilIng rr
There was no particular criminal It can do better on Sunday withoutyou. be eager to see what sort of flight sounded, but it got "hung", In some
attached to possession of the extending through the roof taken The town ordinances authorize u
guilt their ship ,mode on its journey round I way and continued giving out its discordant .
goods, for George W. Moore, owner Preaching morning and evening on out the warm air from the arcs, and the world. Be on hand at 0:15: so as' warning. This may have tended house to house inspection of all premises -

of the burned building, was the only next Sunday. The subject for the with the aid of fags, makes the ope- to make a perfect count In punctual to confuse the driver, for the turnaround by ,the committee on sanitation. '
rating room comfortable.The have beautiful homes In
person being criminally charged in morning is, "Are You Willing to Go ity. The aviator In charge of the contest Kite's "silent traffic police" We many
that connection, and it l is not reasonable tho Second Mile?" In 'the eveningwe auditorium in. ample and the i is. Milton J. Brownlee. J Everybody wns not mada short enough. The Starke where the premises are kept

to suppose that the officers would shall have a short sermon with seats well arranged. The upper half knows "Milton""! and likes him; let us. right front wheel struck the curb at in excellent taste and good sanitary 1

have been killed merely for findingthe seven texts. Come. Let God's house has a sloping floor, upon which the keep him busy with the ships. I Bradford County Bank, and, climbing condition, proving local pride In the

goods in the possession: of someone be ypur house. seats are "staggered and these two ., At 11:00: divine worship will be the curb the bumper hit the inoffensive owners. Hut thor are also many t

to whom Moore had entrusted Epworth League at 7 o'clock, S. E.: features prevent persons from obscuring conducted by the pastor, who will con- hydrant with a sickeningthud / )I premises, especially vacant lots) sal
them until after he had collected: In- I Ritch, leader. the view of those who sit behind tlnJe his sermon of last Sunday on till the sparks flew. The hydrant corners and back of business quarters 4 r
surance. I them. It Is well lighted when the "A Weighty Word." braced itself and refuui'd to that show a woeful luck of clean

The body of Mr. Crenshaw was taken -I NEGRO RUNS AMUCK screen( In-idle, and six ceiling fans will B. Y. P. U. at 7:00: p. m., and the budge and the car stopped withoutthe Ii, liness. Weeds, rubbish, dilapidated"
Trilby for burial, that being be installed to keep the spectatorscool / evening/ service at 8:50.: ; This will be least discomfort to the inmates, fences and structures, scattered, paper

his home, and that of Mr. Waters was night Sheriff in warm weather. Auditoriumdoors the last Sunday that the evening service who calmly waited to have tho\car I and trash, make them not only unsightly i
Sunday Epperson wasnotiftl'd
interred at the Williamson cemetery, that named Walter are large and well placed, to will be held at 8:00.: The hour extricated. but unsanitary. A little local

near Pasadena lake.RAIWOIW Speed had "gone a negro bad" at the Brooklyn quickly empty the house, if necessary.The will be 7:30, until further notice. Dr. Tho incessant honking drew attention -I pride and small outlay of labor wouM

settlement and he and Deputy front drop curtain is a pretty Bullen will have for his subject "Howto to the car, and I In a few seconds change all this In favor of appearance
TO COUNTY TEACHERS : landscape piece flanked by be Rich Without Tho of and health.
KaisiTen went there to see about it. a large Money. two garage men and a number
On arrival they found that this negro, number of advertisements by Starke young people of Starke are invited to "busy" citizens were on the spot. The The town council, street committee,

had gone into a church with a shotgun business men. The picture screen la. be present, but this does not excludethe garage men sjlencud the horn, then Woman's Club, sanitation' committee
There will be a one-day teachers' and had scattered the congrega on the back wall of the large stage; older folk, nor tho childre i. This removed the bumper, and the car was and all civic organizations are heart-

institute held at the school buildingin tion. Then he went outside and shot the nearest seats to the screen being discussion will bo very Intorestinganil able to proceed, with one tire deflated ily in favor of a general; clean-up/ ,

Starke on Wednesday, Oct. 18,, be- and killed a horse and played bad all.. 30 feet away, making the front seatsas profitable. Come and learn thu but hurt very little otherwise. It and promise. co-opvrution. u
ginning at 8:30: and continuing until around.. desirable an those in the rear. secret of being really rich. had traveled slowly, and the obstruction I want each and every citizen _to

4. The officers arrested him and The player dano will be replaced were not hit squarely, but at a heartily join in the campaign and get

You are requested to be present at brought him to the county jail i 1ft'' with a modern theatre instrument, NEWJ.Y ELECTED OFFICERS OF very acute angles, otherwise. it would busy.
the beginning and until it closes. known as the photoplayer. These Therefore, notice in l hereby given
stay Starke. He will be given a hearing Instruments Til 6 W. C. T. U. have been an accident instead of a
You will be paid for the day as Green time are taking. the'nlace. of orchestras .. mishap. that on Monday, October 23rd: a ,4'
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before Judge some soon. Tuesday afternoon at the regular
i though/ you taught/ if present; otherwise : in the smaller theatres. of business the W. C. house to house Inspection will be ,
following
meeting
[ you will lose one day from your the country and their performance la. made by proper committees, author.
LAND SALES BY INMAN
T. U. officers elected "
J term, .s we will not allow this day HALLOWE'EN PARTY AT THE ARMORY delighting the theatre goers. On account were : (zed to do so by town ordinances.
President -
Mrs. F. A. Scott.
taught nor made up In any other way. of a delay in shipment, this Instrument Please get busy between, now and
G. M. Inman the
enterprising agentof
tat vice president, \Mrs Emily\ Phil. 1'I
This the state will reach' the date set so that tho committees
institute is put on by not Starke for
the K.: A. Strout Farm Agency has
I f .
nd we will have some at the best taint The local W C. T. U. will give aHallowe'en two weeks yet, but until it arrives, ips.2nd can make good report on your prem. .
sold
the vice president, Mrs. T. J. Hedges' recently property in Bradford
party Friday evening,
they can end us. The teachers I other music will be provided. Ises. .
the
: county to following :
/, ill have nothing to do but sit and :27th: inst., at the armory. There will I On the return home of Robert Dem.orest persons I COMER L, PERK, .
sandwiches and 3rd vice president! Mrs. T. N. Llm- Miss Ida Kurtz, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
listen. However have someUf'stlons be on sale cakes, pies, the well known "theatrical Mayor.
you may manager
Rer. James Williams Ala. L.
other good things to eat and drink. baugh.4th> Mulga, ,
that ask. scenes for speaking plays
you may Everyone requested to come: masked and vice president, Mrs. G. M. Sis- F. Smith, M. Q. Scheitlin, WashingtonD.
Remember the date Wednesday, opera will be provided under his
direction
K4UtT-IfAREWEI.y: .
C. W. P. of Tennessee'
trunk. Caraway, ,
will
fun. There be
et 18 out 100 and join In the a and the theatre
1922. Let us turn loving publicof
for the best masked child under Secretary, Mm. G. M. Inman. P. Tieruo, of Chicago. Mrs. Rachel
r vent strong at eight-thirty. prize Starke anti our sister towns Mr. Sam Kurt of Gainesville and !
may ,
Treasurer McArthur of Canada J. I Lang of
twelve old, and a prize for the \Mrs.! G. C. Sweat. ,
i Yours truly, years be assured of abundant amusement ofa ( / of :
very Seven Mrs. F. A. Scott and Mrs. G. C. St. Paul Minn Mrs. Josephine farewell High
H. B. WIGGINS. best masked grown person. high class during the winter. .... Springs, were quietly married by i
Sweat were elected delegates to the
o'clock Friday evening, the 27th. "
The Telegraph has frequently his home Oct. 3rd.
praised ST. MARK'S CHURCH Judge Green at
state convention which In
convenes
Admission 15 and 25 cents.: The
. ; WILL ENTER TRAINING: moving pictures for their educational Kissimmee A Mr. Kart is a man of sterling bust
cordially Invited. on the 31st of October.
public ) value. We are of the same opinion I(I!good crowd attended this meeting and Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity. ness) qualities, being at present the
', Miss Evelyn Colson will leave No- still. Not only do the spectators ; interest in the work la keen. Morning prayer at 11 a. m. proprietor of the Star Fruit &: Pro ++V
praber 1st to enter St. Luke's Hos- Tt e strawberry fields in this section see portions of the wide' world, its'I This Is the Intensive period of tho :, duce Co., of Gainesville. His bride Is

tat at Jacksonville, for a course: in look more vigorous and promising different peoples, animals and activities i J I is ever becoming higher and ; often Nation wide campaign. Special meetings I I the proprietress of a popular boarding;
'tr rein Miss Colson's numerous han ever before. While the cricketsare but the human interest element positively elevating. For this will be .held In Jacksonville on hoJjo at High Springs.' Much happl. +t;

''ti, ends are reluctant to see her leave a* numerous here as anywhere, is often so strongly portrayed that I I reason we hope that 'our only place of Sunday, :Monday and Tuesday of next J,, ores and success Is wished the popular Mn
tit ho: strawberry plants; show no sign the lessons taught will never be for couple.
are glad that she has decided up- I[ amusement will have the patronage week.
of Injury which: shows that our grower gotten. Whether or not it I I. .
i such intended
;) a pleasing vocation. : it deserves, and which was counted on j'
are able to hold their own- againstthe it la certain that each such: play by the enterprising men who made N. B. Hull. Is building an extension Miss Cecsll Hall/, of Hampton spent

[Subscribe for the Telegraph4 pel rles a moral. The tone of the ear-I[this boon possibU. to his. cottage on Front street. Saturday with Miss Free Wynn. '

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; r K 1! I pain more acute, the animal more uneasy I b 1 m.. r-1 J:. t 4 W. G. T. U. COLUMN o eI II and restless, often lying downon !i m 1iSJ ;
f I II the left side and turning the head ---.;; ,

II I back, looking; toward the right flank.
KATHLEEN: NORRIS !SPEAKS AT I'he Urge bowel lls affected and this is

RALLY IN: SAN: FRANCISCO: !II>tated on the right lid<.>. While stand-

I I him-elf}

Fifteen hundred women of San j I I

Francisco testified to their interest in I I I perature is above normal and breathing .' ,
the campaign! for the Wright Act to is faster and more labored than

1"' enforce the Eighteenth amendment hy I usual; the animal will often appearto II I

attending a luncheon at the Palace cigarette yawn. Perspiration flows freely.In I
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Hotel, with an overflow at the St. i I ft the last stages signs of great depression I
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Francis note I and exhaustion are shown.

.,," The ballroom and the red room at t + Death results from inflammation. of ..
the Palace Hotc\! and the ballroom at k5r. the affected intestine.

r? the Hotel St. Francis were not sufnI The best treatment is to give the ,
I cient to accommodate! the luncheon
animal a good and :
purge enema as
guests, and many were compelled to They are 1O'GOOD :: soon as follows: Give 1 quart of raw r q'q'I ',
, a' lunch elsewhere and return for the A
'I linseed oil or 2 quarts of natol or some ..
speeches I other mineral oil. This treatment
Kathleen Norris. famous author anda ,
I should be repeated within 2.& hoursif "
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San Franciscan of three generations -
the
desired results obtained
are not -
''t aroused the I.ET TilE CHILDREN: SPEAK '
and other speakers from the first done, as it is important I
r of onthusiasm. -
audience to a high pitch to get results immediately. From
other voice of
You can hush every
: 1 to 2 ounces of aromatic spirits of
t k national and individual complaint; ,
Mrs. Norris said, in part: ammonia might be given every threeor \
.,- "Arguments for or against prohibition you may silence every other tongue, four hours as a stimulant."
9 have nothing to do with the even of mothers of destroyed sons .

Wright law. The Eighteenth Amendment and daughters, and even of wives of NATIONAL KU KLUX KLAN: TO ThTelegraph

' +. is a purt of the constitution of profligate husbands! ; but let the children COMPETE: WITH OLD KLAN:

; our country, and California should Spt'okthl' little children, the ,

help to carry it out, as the constitution wronged children, the crippled children Former Official of Old Klan Orlt'ani7.el'll
( the abused children, the blind I
demands.
"High Class Organisation"Imperial
"After the San Francisco fire\ when children, the imbecile children, the de- I

I wo doing relief work, I was told by serted children, the beaten children, officers of the Ku Klux

b, a woman in charge of all the rehabilitation the nameless children, the dead children Klan at Atlanta, now admit they are I

f+ i efforts to be sure to find out, 0 my God, this army of little preparing to combat stiff competitionin I
for relief, hildren- Let their weak voices, faint
I in all the families applying the very near future. This statement -
who drank. She said!: 'Three months with oppression, cold and hunger, bi was made after incorporation of ,

"5 after a great catastrophe, wheneveran heard! Let their little faces, pinched the rival "National Ku Klux Klan" [ y I
hv want of gladness, he heeded! Let
application is made for relief, it with headquarters in Delaware but ,
'' r mean that somebody is drinkint' their challenge, though made by small authorized to orA'anizl'tnywhel'I' in i I

, "! Referring tothe, United States as 'orms-too mighty for estimate-be the United States, was announced by i .5
the in the world, Mrs reckoned with I Let their writing up- I .5'S
greatest country W. S. Coburn, an Atlanta lawyer, a
> the'wall of the nation although "'S'SI
n by
Norris declared that this very fact former grand goblin of the present I
made obedience to law imperative. tiny fingers, as stupendous as eternityhe klan. 2:

"When you hear women say-and correctly interpreted, and read that "We are going to discard the mask I
ho awful robbery of the lawful heritage I
there may he) some of you hero this and! other un-American features of .
!'t, afternoon who do say it-'We like our of their little bodies, mind and the old klan," said Coburn "nnd we :' I I II

cocktails,' I say to you, 'Californians, soul and hearts is laid at the door of expect to place high-class Americans i I I

'a. wore shame upon you.' ilc'>hol.--Kvnngelinc: Booth: in War at the head of the new order. We I Is one of the necessaries

9/ In speaking' of the light wines and I Cry. I are assured of winning over a great ;!

.. beer proposition, she said: : portion of the personnel of the old order I of life for Bradford
THE: PLAGUE OK CRICKETSAn : :
"Light wines and beer have nothing and from the way things look at ,

i to do with prohibition. That move- the outset there will be only one Ku County people and
insect that has been )I ,
' ment is a subterfuge on the part of always present Klux Klan in this country in a short that'I
'' the opponents. Are you women of Cal in this section, but seldom in numMrs time." this fact is becoming I
sufficient to much damages
ifornia going to undo two months cause The western and eastern states will i
from now what it took two generations the mole cricket. When full grown line up solidly with the new order and (I and more recognized all

t- of patient women to accomplish? it is a little over an inch in length heavy inroads will be made fin the ':

We must put ourselves on record as a and has a slender soft body covered present klan's membership in the I j the time is seen by the
close of I I'
with short hair a greenish
state whose women will not allow South, Coburn declared. Continuing,
bootlegging and all the viciousness brown color, the coat looking like vel I I he said: ; number of new subscribers -
vet. The head is and has strongaws
large
which goes with it. "The mask is a menace, and is one '
"America must set an example of ; ; the forefeet are strong and of the causes of the downfall of Cola I constantly added to .

respect for the law of the land.. I shaped for digging. The insect tunnels Simmons' empire. The conditions that I "

At the close of Mrs. Norris' eloquent its way from one-half to three have existed in the imperial palace our list. Join the proces-
inches beneath the ground, lives underground -
speech, a resolution for the and the lawless outbreaks in various I
formation of a committee to be known and is seldom seen above parts of the country accomplished thoI I sion, and find out what '
it. It eats roots of plants, and the
as the Woman's Committee of One rest toward making it possible to setup I
plants themselves when these arc tots is going at home
on
Thousand for the passage of the a new organization that will become j|
taste off and drag- ,
biting
Wright act, was introduced and unan portions powerful with great rapidity." i and abroad
them into its burrows.
'; imously adopted. Mrs. Paul Raymond gin

was named permanent chairman The mole cricket likes plastic soil, COMMUNIST: : ACTIVITY i,
where it can make its tunnels close to
.. -1 of the ,committee.Law .
-r the surface without the roof falling In. .
and LawlessnessMr. Recent protests of the secret'iriex I

Chester Rowell dwelt on the The incessant rains we hud here sometime of the armv end the navy a-Minat .

fact that the WI"'Ifht law applies onlyto : ago, which put the ground in I further reduction of the armed forces ) I

the enforcement of existing measures. good shape for thorn, is probably the of this country, have been made all I

: reason why these insects are now the more significant; by an article published .

t.i "It is not wet or dry, but )law or present in numbers never before si't-n. in the Army and,! Navy Journal.In .

lawlessness," he said "The only argument In some places they have burrowed that article the statement is mal

against the Wright law is under patches of Bermuda grass, until that "destruction: of the nation's armed

that California should continue to de- the ground yields, under one's footsteps forces is the first step in the com Only $2.00 Per Year

fy the constitution of the United and the grass has, been killed. munist program for the destruction of I I .

Mates. Its passage moans that whatever Some strawberry patches have been our government." Other papers quote $1.00 for Six Monthsin .
law Congress passes, California' invaded by the crickets, and they must from communist propaganda assurances -

will enforce" h. fought In order to save the plants. that "progress toward destruction' ,

? Dr. James L. Gordon, pastor of the When it can be done, Keeping the soil of our government is being made thru advance ,

First Congregational Church, was very loose Is a good remedy! for In'' the results of the disarmament conference .

loudly applauded when he declared he such soil the insects cannot make I and legislation by congress." .,
.
f'' wished to go on record in the battle their tunnels. Another good remedy I Many newspapers are inclined to tho ,' -
for the Wright law with nil his mind Is poisoning. Cornmeal, syrup and alarmist's views of future security of I I

and body. From now until election, Paris Green are mixed and scattered government..

he said, ho will devote every minuteto over the ground; it is greedily eaten While such discussion may in itself f t.
by the insects. and kills: them immed be
the success of the Eighteenth propaganda to preserve the EJ

amendment. He declared! that the lately. Land not occupied by crops army and navy as now constituted, \.
womanhood of San Francisco- registered can be cleared of the insects by hogs there is. no doubt concerning com- .

for sobriety and law enforcement So far the crickets have been found munist program. Evidence secured

and that California is not to In quantities in spots only. A gentleman through recent seizures of communist Address all letters and remittances I;

a become the bootlegger's paradise. of Stnrke, whose veracity and documents, of not only the purposesof .

"It is not only the foreign born powers of observation we cannot the commune in this country but ,j

American citizen whom we can reproach doubt, assures us that they can fly. its alliance with other organizations, Bradford County Telegraph

for not obeying the law," said This, then, explains their rapid: fully warrant Attorney General .. ;

Rabbi( Martin, )Veyer, in addressingthe pread. Daugherty in warning district attorneys .

assemblage), "but At''FiCftltf; who of the widespread conspiracy Starke, Florida !
LINSEED! OIL FOR "SANDED-:
have lived here from the fourth nail,] .against our government, and urging ,
*".h! generations who fling all respect HORSES them to activity. The arrests recent r 0
*"* S
for American tradition to the winds ly made in Michigan and Illinois have
Raw liriseeil\ oil M be used by the merely| placed a few communists un-
and flout the law, who must be educated .
farmer In treating his farm animals der limited '. r
restraint for they still direct
t this \
to cause. Freedom does not S ;,.
lie along the lines of disrespect fjt: I when they become "sanded," accord- the activities of their followers "
law" ing to A. !? Sheally, professor of vet. In every state of the Union.

At erinary science, :Florida College of Discounting the present discussionIs .' .. \
the overflow\ luncheon and ban. ,. .
Agriculture. In discussing this sub- therefore somewhat at '
qui-t, Mrs Anna Marden De Yo, corresponding dangerous \ .
.
I
ject, Dr. Sheally says: this time, at least. With danger confronting .' 'l.
S- : secretary of the California
"Horses become 'sanded' when theyare .
Is wisdom.
(north) W. C. T. U., president.Miss preparedness e I a
{ Annette Abbott Adams former allowed! to graze over deep sandy Preparedness costs money, but the
land where large amounts of sand are cost is not comparable to that which
assistant attorney general I, nM:
; eaten with the grass.! This trouble is the lack of it may impose. The lea
that those who claim prohibition in: a
more prevalent in the fall of the Yl'arI son learned during the World War
failure usually paid propagandistsof
: are
when the grasses are fibrous, tough should apply to possibilities of do.
the wet forces. She offered a resolution -I
and scanty Because of digestive disorders mestic strife. "Fight fire with fire,"
which passed unanimously
horses often eat sand. Is an adage that is pertinent.-Ex- .
that the committee of thousand'
one
I j jwr.itxn j I "This colic is often spoken of ascolic' change.
be increased to five tho')+-tnd II '.
i'alow in that the symptoms come
in the interest of the Wright law. I
on very slowly and persist for three The worst enemy of fall map beans
Assemblymen T. M. Wright and!
I I or four days, gradually getting worse. can be controlled. Test conducted at
Herbert Jones authors of the
mt.
sure -
were among those introduced at !I| "At first the animal shows signs!! of the Florida Experiment Station prove
unt'a14lneslslhl'ht colicy pains and refuses this. Bordeaux mixture, 4-1-50 for-
the meetings Large numbers of the: '
to eat. These symptoms may mula, plus a half pint of Black leaf
women signed campaign membership i
cards. .I he overlooked by the attendant for 10 to every 50 gallons of spray, is
the remedy. A special appliance docribed .
the first day. Then the symptoms of
in Bulletin 16-i .
is necessary to _
Subscribe for the Telegraph. iI i pain become more pronounced, the apply this sprny. ._- .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA. PAGE THRKBTHI.

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,_Itpull@alf; :] 1l1($ 1mII )I,!"rr and southwestern shores of Lake order until the hunters! get their quo .
I -. T ------.sowe -wmwwww. -.. '-...
Florida ij Okeechobec, are likely to result 11I'1l1 ta: of ten butts each, when the day in -:" ':;::- ..- ...= = '. =='1
News in Shaft Paragraphs tidally, after all, according to infor- C. .____ .. W.... .M.u..w.. ..;,;;,;,....... ..._ ----.w---1.
counted I
( a sta t'ess.
,. erw ,," n v ,
n .
ws ( mation brought here by Loiinunty: I .. _

I { truck farmers. These men etatu thai Who wants to buy a railroad? Hereis

I Live ig News j! I the torrential downpours that continued the chance of a lifetime. The Fells-

throughout the entire month of mere Railroad, running from Sebastian '

September, have freed great areas of to Fellsmere, fourteen miles! the ,
Told by ,
rich trucking lands from the salt that shops, fixtures, rolling stock, part orI I

ti ...... ..._... was left in the soil when it was overflowed all is to be sold at sheriff's sale at Ft.
.mnwwww. liII\I
mn.a.u. IlW.lIIWIW1IIIIWWWWUIIIIiI!
;C'.mJml'llllmn IIIIWIlll1UIIIIIIWIf by gulf waters during the tropical fierce Nov. 6th, for unpaid 1921 tax -: w, tr trC4w
m done. Please don't look for I ber totalled 31. The value of the improvements storm of last October. The result es'of $2,033.82. The railroad, built in 5,1 Aso k

If -ople." This was the explana- total 88250. according to these men, is that connection with the Fellsmere development -

' .,iml! final request of Charles E. immense tracts, which, it was believed scheme! ten or twelve years

IA, .I.rf.i who committed suicide some I With the war department's approval less than a year ago could not be cultivated ago is not doing; a rushing business,. HwaJaM

Monday by taking poison and plans and specifications were returned for two or three years, will be although operating only a gasoline

,load body was found Tuesday I from Washington, D. C., to the cultivable as soon as the water from propelled car. =* > / atr ,'
i trip of woods near the Hillsbor-, office of Lieut.-CoI.! Gilbert A. Youn- ho recent heavy rains drain off. V 1. r.O.B. DETROIT (
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'h river at Temple Terrace. Iden- I I berg for the construction of a lock and i During the fiscal year which ended :;

>f the dead man was gained thru dam across the Oklawaha river atMoss }o'. C. Elliott, chief drainage engineer September 30, approximately five mil-

.r'> found on his clothing. The pn- Bluff. Proposals for the improvement I of the state internal improvement lion pounds of fish were shipped out ,

-. however, did not disclose the will be invited at an early board, arrived in \Miami and is of Key West to Cuba and to points ,

III', ,", home. I I date, it was announced. The estimated making an inspection of flood conditions north. This Is a tremendous gain over ';

cost is $12.r!>,000.( around the Pennsylvania Sugar I the previous year.

i ;ears ago last May and still go- 'i Company's plantation, northwest of -

itrong as an egg producer, is the Because she could"not play I he piano that city. Reports from tho gladesare For the first time in the history of

,rd <"f a brown Leghorn hen own- I ho hud bought for her a week afro, to the effect that the water is ris- Tampa, a ship of tho Yugo-Slav nationality -

l G. Nettles, of Plant; City The Mrs. C. B. Jones, of Miami, was shot ng at the rate of about one inch every arrived Tuesday.One i

., ear hatched in OrangeburK, S. C., i by her husband 'Saturday night and is twenty-four hours. Reports from

Mnv 1912, and with two other hens in a serious condition at the city hospital Moore Haven at the western edge of hundred thousand dollars for a

hopped to Plant City the follow- with attending physicians wor- Lake Okcechobce, say that the citrus grove Just coming into bearing

"\-ivembcr.. ried over a bullet which has lodged in simmce river .I I is.a mile wider than KIS'I<<;: I"! the record grove transfer of High. "T" 1 ,;,

the lower lobe of her left lung. Her er before and that the towns! of LM lands comity, just announced by C. K,. f "

..til Lowery, Jr., is wearing a i I I husband shot himself after firing at Belle, Goodno, Dare Beach, Okelanta Lamer and C. A. Skipper, who sold (

< of satisfaction since the arrival her und died! from the wound. and Clcwiston are all under water. the 85-acre: grove to the Highlands I "

!I'timpa' last Saturday night Of the Just southwest of Moore Haven ii a Orange Groves Company. This year's '\ .f'.

mtmifent of horses to serve the Funeral services were held Thursday body of water forty miles long and t'rop-the first year of real bearing \ ,,

trtillcry battalion, 32 fine nnil 1 over the remains of Capt. C. S. half a mile wide. i is estimated to bo worth $10,000 and .. ', .,'

l h.mg in the shipment from Knni Hyers, 52, master of the steamship will run 2,500 boxes. !

"' These horses are all trained Truxillo, who was drowned Tuesday p. C. Waters! federal prohibition C

h4 maneuvers\ of the artillery sc-r- evening in the Ybor estuary. The body agent! and D. 10'. Crenshaw, constableof Three negro convicts escaped at

havmg been attached to regular; I was recovered, Wednesday morning, Trilby, were shot to death from Jacksonville after attacking Hen Harrington Your {'

minits,j until the order dccrensUH after nn all-niifht/ search. Captain. ambush as they were returning to guard,!, according to II report Buy Fordson NOW

army made necessary 1re-' Hyers was standing under the stern' Dade City from a raid on moonshiners. made to the police by the superintendent -

and I of the ruxillo, which had been hauled Their bodies were discovered liy.
equipment
''If>i in men I of thq city prison farm. Although At this amazingly low
| out of the water on the Tampa two men in an automobile returning ; the 'city authorities were informed price you can't afford to

'nrec Chinamen, presumably smUIIoi ;- Dock Company's marine railway, for from Lakeland. Apparently both had of the escape! a few minutes wait another day for your Fordson Tractor.

oi I> into HillsborouRh county, were inspection and repairs. The chains died instantly, as the car was in high after it occurred, no trace of the convicts There is no tractor made that can approach the ;

.iitured in a shack on a lonely road suddenly snapped, releasing the big geur. Officials at Dade City were notified have been found. A good,! description value of the I
money Fordson.
i.. miles from Tampa by S. B. Hop- wooden cradle on which the ship rested and an investigation is being of the trio is In the handsof Tractor Nor is there a .

K is, immigration inspector and a dep- and ship and cradle slipped quickly made. the police. Harrington was guarding made that can do more work for you. '

from the sheriff's office. At the into deep water. I more than a score of negroes: **! Remember, the very day Fordson arrives \"

arne time, N. J. Sthipmun, former ,, Jack Combs a guard at T. J. Knabb's I work on the city !golf links in Mon- it is ready for of the your 101 .
one it
any jobs can do-
Bids will be invited within few Sanderson shot and Instantly
-
imbibition officer, and H. Godwin, a camp near crief, when William Shepard, negro, either a.
| ",'..re arrested and lodged in jail, un- days for the completion of the removal killed J. R. Roberson, a negro slipped up on him from the rear and as a tractor or a stationary power plant. r :

I a< Charge of harboring the allegedmuggled of the rock middle ground at Key convict, after the' latter had made sent a stunning blow to his head. The Tho Fordson has proved to the 170,000 I I '
West opposite the wharves. The im- three attempts to kill Combs with a owners
Chinamen. I the
then
; !guard was jumped on by that it has not the
only cut of
I!: provements, it is estimated, will cost turpentine hack. A coroner's jury exonerated the cost field work
I other two negroes, procuring
ifty head of horses were sold Sat-...,, $00,000. It will give Key West har- Comb from all blame of the guard's gun and fled into the woods.A 30% to 50X but that it has made substantial ,

irrtay morning at Kirkland's stables bor a twenty-six foot channel 800 feetin killing. minute! later after the attack liar- savings on every job to which it is put. : }

I in Plant City at a sheriff's sale to satisfy width. ringtoft was on his feet and in the Fordson figures interestin -
a claim of the A. C. I. railway of \Major Carroll, who was about 18 meantime several convicts nearby, are -money-savers,

$)437.16 for their transportation.They Alfred C. Stewart, married, n for years old, was employed in the stockroom who saW'the scuffle and the negroes labor-savitifr, drudgery-saving facts you ought '

brought all together $1,050. The mer Jacksonville policeman, was taken of the Tampa Electric Company. escaping, ran after them. They were to know. Cone in, phone or write today. ,I ,,'i

horses were consigned: to Ben Thor- in custody by county officers on a lIe and three friends, whose names chased into the woods, where trace of
| charge of criminal assault on a thir- could not bo learned, went to Catfish!
son. W. E. Lee wa one of the largest them was lostTROUBLE
i buyers, buying nineteen of the an- teen year old negress. He was incar- Point early Saturday afternoon and J. W. ANDREWS JR.t
cerated in the county jail without obtained a boat from a man named *
'1>als. AHEAD: ) KOU HI .\
i bond. Goode. There were not sufficient paddIes I0.\KI> Ford and Fordson Dealer, Starke, Fla.

ontract for construction of the new or oars in the boat and after they -
Mountain Lake, which is known as had been short time the boat
out a
I river inlet and deep water harbor at A freight: wreck between Jacksonville -
p. Lauderdale was awarded to the Florida's millionaire colony, is win started to drift. Carroll being the only and Baldwin Sunday compelledthe 1 ;r i
great improvements being; made. New in the who could swim
Waldeck-Deal Dredging Company of one party Seaboard company to send its Ce- ,
residences, to the number of eight, are made to swim to shore for
I an attempt
Miami, and the Marshall-Hall com- dar Key train north to Yulee from t..j
pany. The former concern will do the being erected, costing $250,000.: One assistance. lie had covered about half whence It proceeded to Baldwin and if

irfdjjing and the latter will construct of them will be occupied by. Edward the distance when he disappeared. It then on. The passengers did not knowof i
Bok, editor of the Ladies' Home Journal is believed that he was seized with anattal.k GENERAL INSURANCE l
|'he jetties. The jetties will involve this arrangement at first, and tookit

"'iponditure of $87f>00 and this part of cramps.J. in good part after finding it out. HAROLD '.

>t the project is to be completed in That is, all but one. WALL
'( 1Ir.Vallen, chief pitcher of the W. Tiller, of St. Andrews. wasgoinA'
months. lIe was a tourist, fresh from the
1 Plant City team, during a game with west in his truck when he stop North, and a "one.lunger.Vlth bo- STARKE FLORIDA '
Bartow October 7th, suffered a break to drive home his lIe
ped cows. stop-
will be set in Vero to '
Fifty acres spectacled eyes he intently studied a \
I rapes. John Ott, who is called the of his right arm while throwing_ an : ped his truck on right side of the road pocket compass. He then turned to a FIRE. LIFE BONDS, AUTOMOBILE ; ,
"in-Khoot. It was one of few such I well off center of road. When he returned -
|rape king of Vero has made a great drummer sitting in front of him. I
accidents ever recorded in this section and was going around tho
ucccss of grape culture in that sec- "I want to know what the railway .. l'
of the country. Several Instances truck, a Ford car driven by Bud Pe-
and ftrill all who I
ion encourage un- means by this singular proceeding HAROLD HUME Wm. P. SIMMONSVloPmirf.nt
D
recalled where pitcher fracturedthe A. MORRISON.Jr.
are a terson was coming east and struck
[ 'frtikes the cultivation of grapes the he tells me we PrBidnt
but began. "My compass ,... A Tr.... 1
wrist throwing an "out-drop" \Mr. Tiller, dragging him several feet.
>
xt season. are traveling northeast, which Is diametrically -
in Mr. Walden's case, the break was Mr. Tiller was evidently dragged un opposite to the ,direction Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry
''(:between the elbow and the shoulder, der the Ford his ribs broken
as were Supplies Honest Goods
Great improvements will bo made in' I wish to go. My destination is Fair Prices
and the break was such that the jagged !:- and he suffered internal Peterson
injuries. "
he service and of the Lees- health. fJTIIKKKSSA
equipment Gainesville I go there for my Prompt Shipment 4'
the bone lacerated the
ends of i
stopped his car as soon as he
All the #
urg! Telephone Company. "Oh, the company Just wants to give
"ires, which are now strung up and, flesh and leaders, making healing was able. Those who saw the accident its passengers; a treat," elucidated the A.k your neighbor.-IU know. :

town! the streets on poles will be laid slow. say that although it was perhaps drummer with a twinkle in his eye. Gel N.w July tit price list, JUS'T ISSUED.

cables and it is stntM unavoidable, still they say that had i,
Ji underground "Just wants to show 'em the fine E. O. Painter Fertiliser Co
I that this will make the service! ,1 What is presumed to have been a the Ford been going slower, Mr. Til Jacksonville, Fl*, ,
I
leak in of the tanks of the floating scenery. .
one ler's life might have been saved.
lore efflcient. ,
i The tourist looked through the windows If
dry dock belonging to the Gibbs Gas
of both sides of the coach. The
I Engine: Company, caused the duck to The largest; buildi : permit ever issued I
Building issued by the city train was slowly wending its waythrough I
permits sink at its moorings( in the river at in St. Petersburg was taken out Theresa' Oct. 13.--Mrs. II. C. Powell I'i
f Lakeland for the month of eptem- the Interminable cemeteries( 1886
Jacksonville Saturday night The four by John N. Llrown. It calls for the northeast of Jacksonville. It slowed and children left Tuesday for their i

-I i masted schooner, VV. J. Patterson, wa construction of the Suwannee hotel at home in Larkins, after visiting their(
to allow funeral procession to
a
ASPIRIN i i[ in the dock at the time, and was Fifth street and First avenue,' north, up cross the track, and a funeral walt In sister, Mrs.\ K. S.'! 'Sibley, who hall
thrown against the Weincnfcld warp- att/ cost of $207,000. The contractfor been very ill, but we are glad to report -
I full swing in front of the window.
house. No one was injured, although: the construction of the hotel him her condition improved. DAVIS
"You must be an undertaker, sir, if I
[Say "Bayer" and Insist! there were several narrow eCRpes.! ben let to Holladay and Rountrev, you consider traveling miles through ) James Humphrey. Arthur Moorer,
i iVoungblood !
contractors. Miss Blanche Humphrty and Ncaliu ,
line II
Growing out of ill feelings between cemeteries as viewing scenery. motored over to Hampton I II I
do not, sir, and I'll let you know thatI INSURANCEI
a couple of neighbors, a shooting occurred Construction work is now well ender Tuesday evening.Mr. .
intend to the for out- I
sue
AJ I II late Saturday night northwestof way on four new building for the company and Mrs. Jake Leo, of St. Augustine i
ra'glng feelings and adding tn-
m/ my
II I Ku'l' near the Santa Fc furry In Florida farm colony for feeble mind- : Arrived hero Thursday to visit
to view
misery, sir, by compelling ml1
I that ftction. Word reached the si triT's ed, located about two miles northeastof her mother, Mrs.CoHins of I.nko-
the reverse of cheering conditions. I "
I I o.Tce! Monday morning through!;: a Gainesville. The work represents Mdn. who is ill.' I! STARKE

brotbvr-ln-law of the deceased by way a total expenditure of approximately! A spray of bordeaux and Black leaf Mrs Utihy Gaines spent Friday

of FaJrb nkll. Sheriff Ramsey went at $76,000. 40;(( is the thing to control the leaf hoppers and Saturday here with her parents, I -
once to Dell to investigate the,,matter. on full snap beans. Start spraying Sir. and Mrs. O. M. Bennett, return- SEABOARD TKAIN SCF1EDULB ti tit

When h. arrived ho found that J. (J. The continuous rains. of the past nix ; while the beans lire young. Tho ing to Worthington Springs: Sunday. b
Griffin had shot sad killed Val) Taylor weeks have the Mrs. Gaines
J caused 1400 lakes of Is teaching school at
I leaves m'at Ito covered completelywith (In effect
April
| [ 30 .
r MI, .. the name "Itnyrr" on Griffin was reported to the shernT to Lake county to be highest known In Bradford. 1522))
( the if
control
want to
ipray you .
>n tablets yell art not netl 1: bav ; made his escape over into .Su-. yoar While the larger lakes and the Arthur Moorer and John Allen were Southbound/ :.'

I 1 i> p''iin' nciana' Ha/ei u\er""'rodtict h nty.t\\"o lr4"I wannee, but it seeps that the con- streams aro well within the banks, hoppers. among the visitors to Hampton Sat-i, No! 1 reaches Starke at 11:40 p. m. i ,. '\

t I ill' proved mate Ly millioi!; ... for stable at Bell followed him to Bran-I' some of the lowland lakes have spreadover -. ------.---y ... urday. No. 3, 10:5U a. m. t
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'' Headache ,ItllIcbe ford! and arrested him and arrivd! in' vast territory. This has brought To Mrs. Fred Clovrrsyttle and daughter I No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:88 p. m, '":""
Stop a Cough ,
_l"mhnl.lo I Bell with him about the time the sheriff out a new sport and quite u few are take Quick Freddie, were shopping over in Nr). 15, Limited,'2:15 p. m. (,

51 r :c r. Ih"umati.m: reached that place. Sheriff Ramsey chasing fish on horseback and at the I HAYES1 HEALING HOffEY. a Hampton Sa turdajr.Mossrii. 'J-
.. fourth niAdiclna/ which NorthboundNo.
"uralgil\. Fain, Paine stops the cough l>y +
took charge of tho prisoner and ; opportune moment throwing the spear I[ beating the iaflauied end Irritated tissues.A R. If. King and IJ. C. Ows-! "
2
arrives '
e >t nlj\' 'Bayer" package which carried him to Gainesville and lodged boxof of Miami Starko 5:19 .. m. *y"
into theme Bass hounds are used! to GROVE'S; ()PEN-'fI ATE Ir-y, are visiting relatives
'sat(1' proper dirvctlonii I Handy boxes: him In jail to wait arraignment and locate the bronze-backed beauties, and :SALVE forfh !.t Colds, If"...! Cold and here. I No. 4 at 4:00: p. m. h
UruK-
tablets
cost few ccntu ,
also Bell!! bottle of !2I und Its>. preliminarytrial.Heavy they take up the chase under full cry. Croup t1A YF's'in HEALING enclosed: with HONEY.every The bottle salve of Miss Rhoda Bennett visited her par No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47: a. ot..
rim ,a the trade mark of.Bayerii ents Mr. and Mrs.. G. M. Bennett No. 10, Limited, 5.5$ p. m. i
The fish scurry the best they can over should be rubbed on (he chest and throat on I!
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vlieacld.Iy net 11 r of MonoacuticacidchUr of rains that have caused the and through the tangled mass of bon- of children offering from a Cold' or Croup Saturday. Wannra liranch a

inundation of large tracts in DeSoto ., The.h nllo .'n>:f of Hum' 1 .' y In- John Jones and family of Savannah No. 101 leaves! Starke 7:43 a. m.
( nets and saw grass, with the bounds Iri* III thou CMtiMilori rat h the heukeq tir>K.I of }
nly Ono "DROMO; QUININE" I i iI Charlotte, Glades and Dade counties close onto their tails and the 'UM....-.kin O-Fan-Traw won wopi a CflWlII.o k l-n. through ClIo pore cf Co., aro visiting at the home of No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15 p. ... I\: '
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the rnnfnc....11 tot full same, AXA t f and that have been specially heavy losing horses' >th mniwlle. ..r*p...k... ponesartea.ad the his brother, W. A. Jones. J. GRIFFIN, 1
vUINlua. Leoktord..t.rat l up on them from all wt nllh ctrablMd u"'_ In 3Sc. t A.-t.,
ea GYOt.04 :6; Cam a CaM In On< Uq. .Stop. In Lee county and along the western catch being made another Jest ask your druggist for HA YES'
he.d.ch*. aa.ar" alt !old !Saj'.t : chase is in ItEALINO IIONtY.:; Advertise In the Telegraph a Subscribe for the Telegraph. '

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1' rAG FOURBradford -
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I C. Oral and silent reading in primary HAMPTON Wynn Sunday. Miss, Laura Wynn has::
cr 'M persons, and the teachers who :Mrs Fred Jones, of Waldo was a
1 Teleyrapli I I home after a visit wtth- relatives
County ,iiosi"-ve some consideration also, will grades. Oct. 13. :Mrs. Marlon visitor here Monday. It
; Hampton, -
1 stood deal of Mr. Roemert. Therein Jasper and other places! and ha- .
he saved a annoyance. school curriculum. Bennett and daughter Teresa, of Miss Rhoda Bennett of "
-- The high
I 'ml expense spent Sunday with friends here sowed her studies at the B. H. JMra. .-
of friends and
books. Theressa, were guests
Published weekly and entered as The majority of Floridians. will 2. The newly adopted text

'I f matter, at the post 3. What history to teach in the relatives here Saturday. CARD OF THANKS --
second class vp are !sure eagerly/ embrace this oplortumty E. J. Dowling was a visitor to the J. H. Ritch spent TII"M school and how to teach it.
Florida. high .
at Starke, their children I an -
office to give
f week. Jacksonville; on a shopping t,
of view in teaching.Mr. county seat this /J itTo
i. The point We wish to thank friends for
'ducation! without asking for charity, our 1
OB.ZK _
Dr. Parks of Starke, was a professional
Editor and Owner Woodley- the kind attentions at the time
S. MATTHEWS! vhich voluntary contributions real many
departmental "islto'r here Thursday. ear eoatlv' ..... Ui. medicine
,imtnuits to. Tho fact that as much 2:10: -Song: and assembling in :; of the death and funeral of our loved newt b. "' .... than a ............ fctmurt
R, :M. King, of Theressa, was a bus contain tonic aJtereUv. and !
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 'in ten mills on the dollar can be OK' rooms. one, H. D. Hemingway. The sympathetic i cathartic properuea. I
saniu iness visitor in town Thursday.Mr.
s-Mi if desired need not frighten) 2:15-Departmental: groups, words and acts, and the beau-
SUDSCKIPTION!'\ KATE r I
roadway, of Griffin! Ga., is the TuU's
for the millage must 1 be as morning. tiful flowers helped to bring! consola- Pills ,
Per Year _________-__________$2.00 I my payer, 3:15-Song exercise, announcemetof guest of his son, W. J. Mull ins.
:
tion to sad hearts.
I voted for before it can be assessed.j our
I RATES!I It i superintendent and closing exer :Messrs. Claud Conway, Joe Beale, Mrs. Laura LeRoy po* *.. th... qualltl*. and p. irily) II
V. ADVERTISING j Those who have no children to send to and Frank Walker of Hemingway, rMor. to Kb* bow I" their natural

il f Display per inch _.. ___________ .2 1 :> school should still be in favor of tiamendment cises. Graham uf Palatka, were guests at tne home of Hemingway J. H. Hemingway/ F. G. function.Heavy.
Remarks by superintendent.
for an educated citizenry) / Hemingway :Mrs. P. S. McMillan.
I Plate Matter, per inch --------- .20 and List of Subjects for Departmental J. F. Johnson.
N the for
i' only guarantee peace
I' II J '1' Readers, per line __________..___ .10.1t i iI good will. Groups to be Chosen :Mr. and Mrs. Youngblood of Graham CEMETERY: WORKING Hauling

'" were shopping here Tuesday.Mr. .
: There is little doubt but that the :Mrs. Roemer.1. -

I, STARKE, FLORIDA I proposed amendment will become a Purposeful teaching/ in Primary and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan Those interested in Sapp cemetery, I am equipped for hauling .,

t ': IB the county seat of Bradford county part of the constitution and the Telegraph grades and wife of Theressa, were guests of I near New River will please be thereon kinds; can move any and all km)
I In mother Mrs J. P. Sul-
studies !Mr. Sullivan's
of tool ,
I located 2. The teaching
j i a town of 1500 population; is confident that Bradford | October 26th with suitable tools, heavy articles. Phone 60.

in the best agricultural section of count v will\ help to bring!': it about. primary grades!': livan, Sunday.D. I I for clearing up the grounds. Bring

[II' the State. j i 3. Value or appreciation studies I in W. Moore of Theressa was attending well filled basket"* for dinner on the

y'' I .i, Starke in beautifully located; has mmATEf'T BANK ADVERTISEMENT primary schools / to business here this week. I premises. I D. BOREE

ftl I, wide paved streets! lined with trees; EVER WRITTEN 4. The meaning of handiwork i in Mrs. C. E. Harper has returned I

I,, exercises. frum Jacksonville, where she has been
relaxation I
excellent light; water and sewerage r 10:15: >-Song and
tf/ 'I l well constructed building; \ the truest!': of !Misses Byrel and Leona j
; Bystcms, The following story was written I I
grade and hitchschool second to none; than 2000 It is 10:20: -Address by Mrs. Rocmer. Mullady. ]I
rs ; more yearn ago. one I Ed !Mrs. R. D. Rawley of Green Cove
I in Primary
nationally
"New
five churches broom factory of the best known stories in the world Subject .Ideals | Cartl
/ known mineral spring': and the best The best advertising writer could not I ucation.0:4r." Springs is visiting at he homes of | 2 or 3) Y

; r stores in the country. Two railroads saving bank \ : -Recess and assembling i in Mrs. C. E. Harper and Mrs.' J. Allen ]
prepare a better a<
supply excellent transportation facil\ tisement than this fable by Aesop departmental rooms this week. I' <<) '
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of the largest!': strawberry lver-I 11 :Department groups: T. G. Futch and family, of Lees- A1
J ities. It is one slave.
burg guests of his parents, Mr. : C9f; a: 1 1iill2 1Ffl"\ e1
I .... raising!': sections in the South. One beautiful summer's day a crasn'" Primary group !Mrs Tloemer. were m. ,
BRADFORD COUNTY Grammar group: Mr.Voo ley, and !Mrs. W. 1 S.:) Futch. ,;
about
hopping merrily ,
hopper) was
I, Is one of the most fertile counties II in singing with joy as if he had not a High school /troup11'. Roempr. Fred Dove of Love, Vn., returned Ark No; WosrSSi: tSae: :rcc oi Qne
list of here Friday. He to spend the
expects
I the state of Florida. As an agricultural i care in the world. Topics will be chosen from I

I section It has won high laurels Soon an ant pallll'fthat\ way dragging subjects below for departmental winter here a ain. If the and
"big
Bradford county is the groups. Miss Jeanette Durden( of Tampa they are can
for its crops. with effort Urte
!: along great a : .
'1 ""i home of strawberries early crops crumb of bread he had found by the 1215Noon." it the guest of her uncle A. A. Dur- che lp" kind because they
It i is I service. den.
l which net farmers hit return llrWV: lively sonic (In.

the home of a fine class of farmers, a wayside."My friend, wait a while" said the I 1:30-Address by Dr. H.i>enU'r." Subject E. Lee of Theressu was a business may mean baking failures.

,'; .._ community in which people con enjoy( grasshopper, "stop and chat with me. I "Why I Teach School. visitor here Tuesday.
I W. E. Baker of Lake Geneva, has

living.Any information regarding Starke What time when is the use! might of working be enjoying all the ('8It. S. A. Bryan has bought from been a business visitor here. '; F'jf
you $
I W. P. Birt, of Alachua county was flA f V r.U.1t/
m or Bradford county will\ be gladly furnished yourself in the sun?" Dr. W, E. Middleton, his residence on lJ
business visitor here this week. '
Tele u UC1a
County Dr. Middleton
by the Bradford "I am storing up food for the winter Thompson street and < nAt1Tr0
the .1, S. Rev. Hayman of Orange!:: Heights
), graph ," replied the thrifty ant. "You and family have moved into 1

"* _MM___ _4_ _w _w. had better be doingthe same" Brown house on N. Walnut street.NOTICK prpiuhed! at the Baptist church Sunday ( conomy f1lJffJG POWDEHI :

of good times i is morning and evening.Joe .
shortage / .
A serious "Oh I'll worry about the winter --- !,I
Prevatt of Starke, was the
reported. Don't waste any. when it laughed the foolish OF SALE OF $10 0(10.00( < PKR
l'om's. "
: CIT.T: TOWN OK HTAKKE. BOMMHiriby guest of his sister Mrs. J. F. Johnsop i I Don'tletaBIGCAN
; grasshopper. "There is an abundance i la riven thnl the hoard of
notice [
Now will someone please call a conference of food at Washington for the limitation will, n...clv .pnlo continm-d his to the nest. and Light Plant Rand I ""' mislead
(,I' on way tmOlio.(10: ( of Water you.
of all argument.One of the Town of Ktarke.. KloriilM. "I'n\ nnilInrliKlinic in Starke Monday.
,
t After a while the winter camp and day of Nowmher, A. I), CALUiT
lath
; the Dr.ldlIl'ton: of Starke. was u
the thoughtless grasshopper "soon, bean ly'L2. i
puzzle confronting': the British Mail.) Imnila are \In be date l tl" flrt day nJuly. professional visitor here this week. Experimenting an
to suffer the pangs of hunger A. V, 11122. nod aril to bo in the ilfnofnUnation --- uncertain brand is %
will call the House Mrs. II. of Alachua expensive -
k public is what they of tl.nnnoit each and' to bear Inle..tnl D.lay, county I
He recalled that the ants had
of Lord now thnt the ladies hove accumu- the rate. of 8 per cent per annum yayablv, was the guest of her mother, :Mrs. T 4 _. because it
Inted great: stores of food and called ?ml-anntmlly on the ant day of Januaryand ;
been admitted. July of men. year, with interest coupon M. Hogan. : Wastes time and
upon them to share their stores wi'h attachuil The principal. and. Intercut of aaiilImnifot
Mrs. J. P. Sullivan had her
f 1 him but would not listen. are pavablo! at the Hanover National as : l money.
The United, States government; I is they Ujinlt" In .Ihe city Hnd male of New York. guests Mr. and Mrs Johnny Jones }
Thc-n at last the grasshopper real The amount of bands oirereil for unto! la I
wiling wooden nhipti! at $2100 eachand (IK,linn.00, and the principal of .al to dispose lied that in times of prosperity it :If ihull be due and payable 2,000,00 ttlv flrat :.
doubt
would be willing no \> ; to prepare against! possible fu day of July' rash year heirfitnlnir with 11I2B\ .Mrs. H. J. Cribbs has as guests I are over 150%> greater '
head- for even esf with 1042. Hi.li will he acenpUnl
coil ending J
of fw wooden than that of other
j I I '. a ture n'eds.-FuRtis: Lake Region up u: two o'clock: e.fm.., on November; 15th, tins week her daughter Mrs. Stewart any
leas l'\>_>2, All bidder are reijuired to dupon! with ; BEST BY TEST baking powder.
\ C, A. Hitch, clerk of the board of IxindtrtiHt i and family of Lafayette county.

I It's getting so nowadays n 'farmer TEACH ERS' INSTITUTE: (Marl: >'-i.k: :: the for townyftf$ KIIHO.O, Slarke<>. nald.'I h k'n. err hemmlo I.. A. Wynn and family of Starke, I I'

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payiihle to ( eo. C. White Mllrer THE WORLDS: GREATEST DAKING POWDERI
can't tell\ what party ho belongs to' .>f tho hoard oJ bond' truateea of the town ofSlnrUi were /guests of !Mr. and Mrs. L..1. I
To K<> Held in Sturke For White -. Florida C !
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until he reads the market report.A VII hidden shall xpi-eify the time \\il1ilnhlrh
Teachers October 18th ,
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the hidden will comply with tale torniHthereof t
after notice l 10 iclvtm by the nil t'lerof ,..
girl's mind is something': like the the board of bond truMtoret that dell\er of i iunda :
A touchers'/ institute for all white .
bo made.Certltted
can
first dish of hop guey-you can never ,
check referred! to above u' to h
teachers in Bradford will bo
county '
4 tell what's in it. depotlt flu a xunrantue of full complianc,'
: held on October 18th at Stnrke. The' with the bid ul>inlued. and In the event ofacceptance
of ouch bid and the failure on th,' LIVE WIRE DEALERS
f To a F ive-Dollar Bill Institute will be held( under, the* auspices part of the bidder to comply with the I.rm.'ho.f. *
of the General Extension: Division Mime shall "be comtlderpd an II5uIJattdIumeues | :
With apologies to Phil: and) !b. retained by the b..d of bundtrimtuea.
1 Crinkle, crinkle little bill; % of the University of Florida, and i
Saul town of' Starke bonds' am to lie burned
b Goodnell8. gracious you'look ill! B. C. Riley, director has advised. under the provision, or !Sectiono' numbered THE
a County Superintendent II. R. Wiggins from' niia t<> 31112.: Inchulve, of the revlaednenural
pfrJrer? /
all
Are lowing your
you Xntutea of the elate of Florida of
You seem weaker every hour thnt n strong! faculty from the University 11211. and to "bo lanued for the puri>o.e of re"onHtructlnir -
ty has been chosen to conduct the. and cnlartrlnu the waterworksand
i-lectrle light of of
plant the town Starke

When the evening board is set institute. These teachers' institutes .Florida.'l'h. held board of bond truetere, ire..rveIhe > :

With the fruits of father's sweat, are a new feature of the general: extension riuht to reject any and all bd! STAR CARS
l Hy order of the aid board of bond tru>-
My small\ voice: is hushed and l still work and will be held in a limited l eta of tho Town of Starkn, Pluridii.J .

number of counties this year consequently T UUICLEY
till.
butcher's
s I am in the Chat i'man of the Board. of llnml Trui.1.I'own .:-.,
it is considered fortunate of Stark' Florida.Attetit .
,
Bill, take heart; your luck may that Bradford county is included in ,. :A. PUTCH.lerk .
3 the number. (' of the Board of Bond! Truatee,
t I change Town .if Stnrke )- -etJb1P About which have heard muchWILL
so
The general theme for the instituteprogram you
I'll\ ,admit that tinw.url! strunge. ... .
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Though/ you're weak I love you will be the enrichment of the BE ON DISPLAY

matter in the school curriculum
subject -
etillCrinkle

,'. ,-crinkle, little bill! and better teaching methods. Thurs. & Fri. Oct. 12th13thAt

The institute faculty has beenchosen .m f A close shave f

FOR tlaTCATION'SAIE: : that a specialist is providedfor

1 f t each group of teachers. Included( MENTHOLATUMcomforts
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Dr. .Rocmer A. M.' I'h. D.
ore professor -
At the ensuing general election four
and
1 heala.
of secondary education at the
proposed constitutional amendments
University of Florida Mrs. Roomer,
will be presented to the electors to be ;

," ., voted for or against.; Amonlt'th.'m is teacher primary education; and Dr. 430-432 West Adams- Street

one that experience has proved to be O.1 I. VVoodley formerly president of
,
:Marshall College Huntington. Va. VICTORY BONDS
of vital importance for the education
1' All schols In the will -
county probably
u P of coming generations of Floridians,
.' and which should receive a favorable observe holiday on the date Of The government is exercising its Jacksonville Fla.

I the teachers institute in order that instructors
1 vote. It is the proposition to change i option of calling in several series ofthe ,

1'i I section 10 of article XII of the state may be able to attend the Victory or fifth issue" of its war 1 I I
event. It Is 1 that hundred
expected one Made By
;' constitution, so an to make possiblethe '
per cent of the teachers of this bonds. These bonds are to be surrendered
of the millage for the
increasing
1'11 will attend Uie institute which on December 15th, and those
county !,
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r of sub-school districts to ten
support will undoubtedly, fV. : one of the most who hold them after that date will be W.C Durant
mills, if desired. Up to the last three .
entitled to further interest
profitable meetings/ of the year. no pay-
four the present limit of
or years
'
". three mills\ was sufficient together I'ronnim for Teachers One Day Institute ments.information The Bank about of the Starke series has that full The Star Car provides for the first tune a quality auto-

with the general school fund, to Rive
I ) exercises. have been called in and will be (clad
0.1)0
: -Opening
the children of such districts eightmonths' mobile standardized in construction and operation for
; schooling but of late Opening address and announcementof to 1 assist holders" in converting their a
; years
the bonds into cash. We will transportthe
has been greatly insufficient, and superintendent.
of
it modest
9:30: -Address by !Mr. Woodley. bonds under. our insurance and attend sum money.
in order to give them even seven
.. Subject "Some Reasons Why Teachers to all correspondence without
t t months the asking for voluntary contributions
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; has been necessary. Fail." j, large. We have an unusually attractive

1. The reading class inJupperrules. BANK OF STARKE

j This untoward condition should not f 0-22-2t ptarke, Fin, proposition to offer hustling dealers.
exist, and It can be eliminated by voting
"' i amendment to 2. Some Geography sUIC/te/ tlons.
for the proposed A TONICrove's
The fundamental dims In Write Wire
3. two or phone
amendment
the constitution. If this ,
Tasteless chill Tonic restores
work.
.4 l V be adopted, such millnge as the votersof language.I. The real aim of history stated Energy and Vitality by Purifying and

any sub-school district choose to its STAR MOTOR CO.

", tax themselves with will be assessed primary 5. Civics grades.Mrs. and. government': denned, trenttheniutJlnvitoratintl Enriching( the. Blond.( When effect you see feel how THE .

i; on all taxable property-just like the It brings color to the cheeks! and how

''y present milluge-within the district it improves the appetite, you vlUthen "

including_railway, telegraph and telephone E. J. Wainwright 1 is in Jack- appreciate iu true tonic value. Of FLORIDA

1 a' i r lines. Thus all will contribute sonviU! visiting !Mrs..- -J.-J. Williams Grove's Tasteless chill Tcyilc is simply

t 1 to the cause of education and the one Irovj and Quinine suspended in syrup. So

k- 9 or two months' expense, for which thc Colds' Cause urip and Influenza pleabant' even children: like it. The blood Jacksonville Branch 430-432 West Adams St. t

present millage cannot pay, will net I' '..11cAf VE BBOMO QUININE!:TsbleU' teaum t! needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to
'"...... Tror{ i* eel, oumirIt. Enrich it. Destroys Malarial!: \germs and

a come out of the pockets of a few gvn-: W.OHOVE: Uliiirnnt uu to..*. 3IX. G.-lp germs by its Strengthening. Invigorating .c- -J! <

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[ Galelyjlieaire RED CROSS HEALS I ? : : I with his family.Removal. '


i Bits of LocalInformation 1 I of WHtcrmill Ilardee, ,spent Oct( 13.'V-

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here
WOUNOSJF with friends. '

i FRIDAY, OCT. 13 !Sirs I). Thomas and. i
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FRANK MAYO in spent the week-end lit Unttery Charging and l Vulca i I.

i I "OUT OP THE SILENT NORTH" 25,000 Disabled! Ex-Service Men itinjr her daughter, Mrs. (' Plant purchased from R. Bur ;'

...eNl o.. ? I i ier. ., htis been moved to t1 )
&19 Thj ...., .. ... cC._""' ...., T_ I INTERNATIONAL NEWS .. in Hospitals After Four my garage }
Years of Peace. | 111 r. und Mrs H. Stokes Cherry street where it will be in

I | of New River, were (' : of experts. Call on us and f'r
.. .. SATURDAY, OCT. 14FABLE
'_ J- .. __ J mother, Mrs. D. Parker, us a try-out. '

Mr. and Mr*!. DeWitt C. Jones spent J. M. Mitchell spent Wednesday' in I WILLIAMS in CHAPTER::; FIELD OF SERVICE Mr. and Mrs J.

,,mrsday in Jacksonville.. Lake City and Jacksonville. "LUCKY CARSON" ._ y I I Eugene, spent the *
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D. BOREE
with the former's
I COMEDY son, ,
Veteran Gets
Every Needing Help
Davis of Arcadia Sun- d.1 L. Peck ( and Mrs. J. Brown i
Bruce spent !spent! Wednesday in ___ .
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"? with his brother, E. M. Davis Hawthorne on a business trip. I :MONDAY, OCT. 18 Individual Attention of Sym-. I Mr. and .Mrs. Alfred it ; --I" -li II T --

pathetio Workers. 1 daughters! Leona und
GLADYS; WALTON: in
,1 I. C Manning spent Tuesday in Bob Medlin, of Gainesville spent "THE GUTTERSNIPE" visitors to Lake Duller

,,ksonville on a business trip. Wednesday here with friends. I day lust week. !
INTERNATIONAL NEWS Wnen on November 11 the world
halts to observe the fourth annlver..ary .. can buy Bakery gootte/ from us ..
!MrWalton AI"arez and children, Chickens and eggs wanted at Bry I Little Miss Evelyn pay no more than it costs! you to
TUESDAY OCT. 17 of Armistice Day, and the American
.( an's st re. Will pay highest market Red Crows Inaugurates Its Annual I tamed the Ruby Davis them yourself. '

|pi'ice. NORMA TALMADGE! Roll Call for the enrollment of the dren of the Confederacy WORK FOR NOTHING;

"NEW MOON" 1928 membership, the people of the I afternoon at the home bread is fresh daily. Wo also

:Mif.. Marjorie Houser, of Hampn Mr. and Mrs, Paul Canova are enJoying llth Episode of "WHITE EAGLE" United States may well pause to thinkof Mr. and Mrs P. P. Stump rolls, cakes and pies. Give us a .

spent the week-end with Miss : the pleasures of a handsome the unparalleled contribution to the siin street Mrs. 0, I.. ,

i r n-e" Wynn.Mrs. ''new Buick Six. THURSDAY OCT. 19 cause of "peace made by our Army and j, siatant directress, TRADE AT HOMETurner's :
Navy In tbe World War. The'glory of | ing; and the president, ;I

F. L. Turner and Miss Thelma I I 1I Mrs Erne Miner, of Lawtc-y, spent CORINNE GRIFFITH i In It Is a common tradition ; but the | Mitchell, presided. Miss
wounds of war remain. They are not 7,
Holtzendorf spent Tuesday in Jack- Wednesday with her sister, :Mrs. E; L.Biggs. "MORAL! FIBRE"INTERNATIONAL In dleton acted ns Bakery
healed la day I ;year nor In four '
', : WE\VS ; j
...onville. ,eart. And un Armistice Day there ,! cc-ptlon room was ,

i i _______________________ I I will be under treatment Ip Government ': with \pink antignOn vine

Miss Hilda Struth spent the week- Anvil L. :Mud, of Scotland, Ga., is Admission: 15c: und 30c. hospitals over :U3.000: ex-service men, :| and l Mrs Stump served 1'I

,nd in Lawtey, the guest of M'w .the guest of Mr and Mrs P. S. Mc- i IJUOOKEUUrookcr broken physically 1 by wounds exposure r people. present with Ico. IT NOW ;
I Millan. nervous strain and exhaustion! l'uke.lIrs"N.. ;
Wile Roberts I Oct. 13.-Fred Hu.en and Incident to their service In the war. "

1 Lewis Shriver were visitors to Starke The Government without stint Is undertaking ,I inn preparing\ special bargains of J1 J1ri, .:
Sat- Miss Jeanette Durden of
Marguerite Shriver spent D. Walrrwrijiht
Miss (to rurnlsti these dliabled r '
1'UlI1pa'l 11'ednesdayafternoon. y. ( \
in flrooker with her parents, is the guest of her sister, men with the compensation and to' Jacksonville Tuesday i'
irday "' R. A. Weeks I spent the latter part of I crops cultivntion,, to be listed. ;, :1.y
Mi. and Mrs. Jolyi Shriver. I'easley.Mrs. teal care to which they are IIIl'd-// account of the, illness of '
last week in Tampa. nationally circulated catalogue.) ,i
I yet their espet III care In a duty Mrs: D. T. Clark / /
i' Casey Adkinson, of ]Honaldsville, list must ho in ho I New York of. j''
Red Cross. 'Why 11"111111(1 the "
Arthur Chase and family have moy- Robert Tanner, of Baldwin, -- -- "
I Fa., is visiting hero with relatives ernment cannot handle the cases of j I not later than Oct. 201 h. If you, ;
to spent several days here recently with
where they expect (
IIto I Stuart, Fred Hazen wus a business visitor ex-service men Individually ; It must' any bargains von should lint \ \
I
her Mr. and :Mrs. R, S Pow-
home. parents, ,
future A
n.ike their i iell. I to Gainesville Thursday handle these men In bulk under a racking with HIM at 01ulI,1 I will /give I r I.

Livingston Russ was a visitor to standardized (pulley The Governmenthas I r nervous I13It'C thu benefit of tho greatest adver
Mrs. J. !S"." Johnson has returned neither the> authority, the funds j I *
I I'not City after visiting her parents, 'I I MeAI Clemens, of Miami, spent problem of the Individual man. There
and Mrs. Wm. Struth. Poston, of Florence, S. C., arc visit-
Mr. end Mrs T.vA n few days here last week with hi* Is. where the American Red Cross chases it Farm
ins; at the home of Mr. Agency
Barrett of I BriiiEon. mother, Mrs. II. C. Clemens fade Itsrl..I"/ .. t (held for service', aidIng -
Annie Brown ,
:Mrs. H. S. Warren, of Hardeetown, was! through Its very motive Oliuptem
Gainesville, was a week-end guest of I In reaching the dlNHliled mnn with Immediate Knrm Agency in lhcorld"
Mrs. A. P. Phillips, of Newton, transacting! business! here last Fri- { I IU. iI. ,
Z Adkins. practical help' assisting his
Mrs. A. ,
fir sister! I !I. Rl. IN MAN ;
Katituix, who is visiting:: her father, day. family while his <'\latin I Is emerging from GOO! MKALS I It

wanted at Dry- Mr. J. R Moore, of Green: Cove, was Ralph and Vasco Hazen left last the process. of. adjustment, furnishing GOOD; I [oral ItrprcHviitalhe! '
Chickens and eggs! I'LACK) : | he thin in advertising c
l'Iarkl't'' In Starke Wednesday on business Wednesday for Jacksonville. articles of comfort, funds to tide over / () ( to spent )ear .
<
in'a store. Will pay highest ) i Dr. Bishop, of Alachua made a full the dllHcult periods, the friendly, touch A'I'

i"'iceS here Thursday of personal encouragement, helpful IIIAI1I0AlmlNf!\ : I I, .
of the Woman's Club
The meeting recreation und, worry-dispelling amuse 1.\W'fEY. 1.1C ,,\ .. _. ..u
Mrs. W. J. Osteen, of High Springswho .,
has been postponed until next Wednesday
R. Johns has vented the lower ment. It U the warm hand of sympathy
building fOI'l afternoon, at 3:30: at the club spent a few days of last week and < imderMtuiidrng which the Hemingway'sCash : I I
Fellows i
Odd
story of the here with her mother Mrs. Emily Ab- Keil I I
I house. American I Cross extends to the
tbe btorage of baled cotton. bott, returned to her home Friday. majority of 'those disable* ex-service' O ] Market >

Miss :MiW., E. Middle-ton had as recent Among: those spending Friday afternoon men, some of them friendless In the C t II',
Mr. and Mrs J. E. Wilson, whirl of life, thousands of them with
the
at Beach Misses at depot
,
vvenk' guesU.her! mother, Nrs, L. E. Dowl- Hampton wero I ; ,
:Mabel Weller and J. J. Truby wives and rlilMren dependent upon
trip last' week to the lakes Ing, of Eau Gallic, and sister-in-law, Mana Andreu, Eunice Hazen, Vir- them, find. hundred, of them frequently I
on a f fishing Mrs.V.. Q. Dowling/ of, Jacksonville ginia Weeks and Inez Abernathy and helpless In the face of grim necessity that satisfy 4

near 1\f'lroIlP. Messrs. Fred Hazenv Lwii Shriyer, I -.- --- -.. I I i iI

', have Livingston Russ, Mrs R. A. Weeks. I FOR Vegetables J
of Green; Cove 1- Matthews: and family retained 2,879 Chapter. Aiding' VeteransIn SALE-Klomlyke t
>. I
l Rawley
;Mrs. G. to their home In town, after and children, Murda and W. T. Jr. this work, upon whose accomplishment (plants' grown from All kinds fruit
of Hampton -
!Springs, and :Mrs. Harper, Harriet Ritch of Starke last I the American Red Cross Is Atlll'k. .')I.GO
of Mrs. W. KMiddleton. : spcrdirs: : four months at. their Kings- spent $ ) per 1,000.( I I II
I
were recent guests l..yltk" cottage.S Saturday here the guest of Virginia! urging/ n word I rpaklng enrollment lathe Waldo, Flu... : Free Delivery
\ Holl fall which opens on Armistice | I
Weeks, and was accompanied home I

Egg plant squashes, sugar cane, TJ. L. Lewis! of Jaspei, was here by Virginia, who spent the week-em. Ing/ Day Duy:!nnd.lIitl) ,r rinses ni>ters with In all Thanltsglv-parts' of I''OR)I SALT---fine: [ hacnn ;; : :,; : I' I ,

and strawberry this week visiting his daughter: Mrs. in Starke. I the country' lire ,nKHKd.' This( U .150: pork hogs, froin 0 : We sell our meat "

Japan persimmons Starke daily. The J. C. Robinson. Marguerite Shriver, of Starke, was more than were working for ex.servicemen ( .old. Itampxhlru 1 i iJ. I

plants are leaving supplied with the week-end truest of her parents, Inst jour ;when approximately' R. Mooi-c-.Koiifu A, I', a price that gives us I I
local market is being: :Mr. and Mrs John Shriver. $IQ00fiMN1( rims oxpemlpU l by the National Cove
by J. Ileennn Mrs E. T. Campbell left Thursday Springs, Kin., or fair margin of profit. t
new white potatoes for her home in Weluka, after spending Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Oatecn spenSunday Organization und the Chapters 1.'ln.! : : do
sell
luiriiinnloiiN
Williams I working together In unity. not cheap
a week with friends, here.J. with relatives at Graham. For the fiscal NntlonnlHeadquarters I
current "
yeti N1'I'II-Corn;
In shuck We do sell the
Mrs. R. A. Weeks and hildrvn -
( .
R A.Veeks and children, of were l | roprlnted) | V'::1.0.111.! < shelled '
Mrs. Sunday with Mrs. J.1C I II. Flint, representative of UmJacksonville Sunday guests of friends in Staike. 0112 OIl), nn I1l1'rPII of $503,6xt84> over' tUurku corn, 7O cents I best at reasonable

Hrooker spent here to I Journal, was here Tuesday Lucian Ilazeii; of Alachua, "P'IIIt, the nnmiint. spent for the work among Poultry Farm
Weeks ..
Ritch. Mrs. came ex-service men In.tho ondml,' Juno --- -- I prices ,
who in the Interest of his paper. fie week-end, here with his parents, jenr 1
Weeks .
meet her husband R. A. .. Mr. :DO lust Since It 14 pHllniuteil' ,,' that t' ; and Mrs. G. W. Hazen.
returning from a fishing trip with Chapters will expend clone in $1M() ,- Jersey Wakedeld. See ,
was Will H" Harvard, of Tampa. II. R. Witkovski, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs Jno. Shriver and I son, CMM) ) from their own funds, tin !grand ,V. Itlnnton, Hampton, Phone 19, give i' I

came Wednesday for a chart visit Lewis, were visitors to Starke Sun total of. Red' Pnws" p'tlwnllIurpH I for io-ii-t: I Ir'Oll1 order nnd be A)
.
-and Mrs. A. V Long, of Pa- with his sister! Mrs. E. S. Matthews day. this single work I I. expected again to I your I I' I ;l

Judge Sunday night here with R. L. Crosby, of Jacksonville, has. reach the $IIHUHIIIII".l'Iorl( '" by .Fune ::10, [ SALE: I (' ., I II I. l.III l.
latka, spent Mrs' R. S. Johns, !Mrs.! Coleman and beer hero for the past few 1023, I IHoipitSl B room ('
Mrs S. &. days/ at- I :
mother, I !Ii
fit .
Mrs. Long's end District Office Work Lnvtley I block ,.;;
of Lake Butler '
to business
his :Miss Georgia Epperson, ruling affairs
Krownlee, Judge Long; being; on Hllrlnthp Imiim- SUM() cash J. If III !! Y ii
where he will preside spent) Friday here with relatives Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Russ and sonErn.'pt IHrnl year/ a total! of over I I, :
way to Macclenny 1OOO 1I''Mllnl1"ld' ( and volunteer/ 1 has tt-y. 1"111. () ,
/ were visitors to Alnchua
circuit court in session there Sundry been engaged, III Red.. Cross duty" In. -
over Next Sunday and after the evening ..
i .
hospitals\ or ,II lit 1'11 ofllrea, of tin 17 S,
this week. service of the Presbyterian church C. C. Scuff, of Hague, was n pleasant Veteruni' Ilnreuun 'iivi-riiif of 8,000) ) )

and Mrs. Wm. P. CluRon, of will l begin at 7UO:: instead of H o'cloik. visitor bvfp Sunday. new faxes riMiilrps| definite and par.tlculnr j.

Mr. last Sun Several enjoyed the social' at the aftt'iillon. eiii-li' month" The demand
N. Y., arrived j I
Dobbs Ferry, winter with their The subject for the morning service' home of H. V. Andreu Saturday l'Ve- for Chapter-Hindi,* article for 1 s-I
to spend the hospital Is' constant. '
day been at the Presbyterian church will lie"Everyone's ning. (patient !
son, Wm.- A. Clnson, who has a During lust \"lOrIel'VlI'e: Clulm und
resident of the Starke section since Opportunity for Things Marvin Ha.en was a visitor to the Information M n rtUa( at National\ Headquarters ol\.i AIM

when he bouuht the A. J. Eternal." Cordial invitation to the county seat Wednesday. .bundled, '' :.17,_( 0 eonipvnHatlon
last spring,
few m.Ies west-f public. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Matheny were snd Inmiruiirp claims, 2t.r-- !O allotment _
farm a j
Jackson visitors to Gainesville Friday.Jno. and ullowiincp cases, and' 0.7OO( ) nilxrrl- 1 THE ECONOMY.STORE" :)

town. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Shriver is on the sick list at lanHlu..I'hthu.In'e, : KflTiniry' HUB. j i

busy man, !'! daughter, Miss Iris, Mrs. Gee A. Anderson this writing. It has disposed of H-1,174 allotmentchecks 1 '
Milton J. Brownlee is a I 1! I puyulde'. to veterans which the
and his work and !Miss! Blanche Alderman The Tip Top
Literary
with his splendid farm '1' society will Post Office Di'piirtmeiit, reported undellverabl -
commissioner, but he seems attended the Carver-Cilson wedding render its programs next Friday eve I, *. S peclals\

to as county find time for other things to do. :|: Ip Lake Butler Thut day. ning, 7:30: at he; school" building. A The Clmpter, l 1'1 the unit of the Red \.\ 3I -

added to his many duties the ,, special program has been arranged Cross orgnnl/arion which I.! accessible .
He has '
Airship Con : Friends! here ft L. L. King will be and a cordial Invitation is to every disabled veteran or his family. -
olllce of "Starter" in the extendedto Hetween" July I, 1021, and Jun. no, I
interested to know that he in now in
Sunday all.
test now on in the Baptist I 192'-: the Chapter! had reported 1MI3 Saturday Oct. 14th !
from
Avon Park, where he was called Services '
the same Sunday and
school. No doubt he'll put Sunday evening 079 Instances 8f service! to ex-service
"pep" into it as he does into,nll his New Orleans to assist Rev. Albritton at the Missionary Baptist churchby men and their dependent} at a cost ,
.
work. in a month's revival meeting.Mr. the pastor, Rev. .S. S. Proctor, of estimated from report now st hand of \
Lake Butler. more thin $;.1M40HK: '

has and Mrs. L. E. Miner and little Jim Mott of Worthington The hull of this far-reaching work Sugar dl Flour
of Tampa attending
Mrs. J. B. Cahoon, ; was -
daughter Pauline have returned of the Red Cross I III tbe Individual
T. J. to business here
been visiting her brother" Rev. one day last needs of the disabled veteran to the
relatives in Co-
home after visiting week.
J }Hedges, pastor of the Presbyterian I end that bl! may obtain his right ender
few days. Mrs. Cahoon coa. Miss Nellie Stearns, who accompanied Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Andreu were the law, that his especial. want)
church for
iU' spent the summer a in Harwich, Mass., 1 them to Cocot, will remain visitors to New River Sunday. may be Immediately supplied, that has $1 15 Ibs. Best Sugar $1 'i'

north she attended the fir" several weeks longer. Willie Mae Olliver spent the week- own and his fnnilly's situation may be
On her way rendered happy and cheerful, and that
end with homefolks
I at OglethorpeUniversity at Pine Hill.

'", graduating, where exercises her son graduated County Judge R. A. Green has been Little Ernest RUBS has been on-the their visualise outlook Incentives for the for future Independent., may Only $ I J. worth to a customer

t with the honors of being the valedictorian confined to hit! home for the past ten sick list tor the past few days.. Mad fruitful effort.

I of the class of 1922. days on account of dengue fever andno

has been held this week. His Last Thursday evening Mrs., ,A. W. Spread Christmas Joy Abroad
court
Hamrick has growTni; Anderson entertained the members of More than 100,000( Chrlstmai boxes A 24 Ib.' lick BLUE ROSE .
t' Mrs Sarah L. 92c If92
fine many friends are gladthat he l-j rapIdly the Epworth for the children of Central Europe '
League. flour. C.
jc( on her place a number of very A large number were packed by the Junior Ked Crow rising Pay cash, save !money
improving. of the
heav Leaguers
that have borne / and their friends
banana bushes
last year. The spread of Christina
1 ily this year. There has been five enjoyed the evening, which was spent joy through there boxes will be largely These are only our Saturday specials. All other .

large bunches with two to four dozer with games, music and contests. Mrs. Increased (this year because of the
'goods equally low. Ask satisfied
"r bananas on each bunch and the frui 666. Anderson served sandwiches and Ice plan already under way as our customersof

is of fine flavor. Mrs. Hamrick's horn .- t tea for refreshments. "" last Saturday. Our flour sale is continued '

is on Lafayette street in the beautiful Cure Malaria, Chill and Fever "all Your you PaTlm('an,- but"Bit"Not your-"bit.; this week because jour country customers did not i

Oak Crest Beetlon. Bananas requir Dengue or Bilious Fey- It kill fUude Und rhill and family-have $1, HMKMI for strength of the American receive: our_ ad in,time last week. | .

T little or no cultivation ,and should b- the germ motored to Frostproof to visit relatives Red Cros In pesr.-tlm..rvlce. A
Strength In nniimbers. \ multiplies .eV<
, raised here extensively! Y
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;t ,''I' j PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCT<>nER 13. 1922.! :!:!

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j ', NEXT DOSE OF CALOMEL NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE NOTICE OP ELECTION

i' ................................-............-....---................. MAY SALIVATE YOUIt Notice la hereby nlven that under and by WHEREAS. th" Legislature of 12. under I
I' ''i'' virtue of a certaIn, d,........ mad and rendered the Constitution of 1885, of the Florida
r j.r.r R."ternbcr: 27. A. D. 11)22. by tbo judge of the did paw four Joint Resolution propoa-
JIIhcll l Clrcutor Inc. amemlmenta to the ConHtlttition of tho
or the EIghth ,
:' r\\ With The Bradford ia Mercury Quicksilver Shocks ol..lIIlt. 1"lorldlIn court and for BrnMol'd .ounl,. In StaUi of .Florida and the some were agreed. .
.
Liver and Attacks Your Bones .huncJry, .ILlIn. In favor of I). Davie cornplimInant. to by.a..ot of thrcB-flfthi of al the mem- .
and a"nln.t W. J. hutch und AlIce Item to each house : the voteson
101. wife. the unde.n".. will otter for Haiti Joint Resolutions were entered upon '
\ IIInck. .ourtho".e door at. Stalkme.ltradtord I their respective .ou..n.I.) with the yean and ,
; County Farmers Calomel salivation Is horrible. It cab before C000lY.the 'lo..ld". b"lw', '. time h'.nl'. nay thereon, : did determine and
teeth the 61'1 dims ..f NoIeP recb tho saIl Joint Resolutions be dt'j
jt ewells the tongue loosens the of jab on Mond..y. lhl
hours ,
the highret zmti.I, .I.e.t\ bId'c l .rr. the ,]uator of the State at '
and There's no \'''', 1ts22, lo Innda. eltuItcl General ElectIon November. III22
I starts rheumatism. fullowlntr ,lcoeriho t

t'l' 'i. _.......................__......_..... ........................ ...__.._...fliIi J reason why a person should take sick ." ,cacli! In Bradford the coullly. of'lolldu.the "Nurthwual....IL: FORD.NOW. Sol'Pta"THEREFORE.of State I. H of CLAY the State CRAW-of I

T The North."t Quarter Florida, give notice that
,, ening calomel when a few cents buysa Qua..r and Lhnt portion of the west NorthwrnbQuaVt'r or the hvrby a
Quarter
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tonea or the Northp..t GENERAL ELECTIONwill
large and on..hRIf acreim
I WilY OAIHYINf( WILL PAY 9. A. L. railway. Lemma three to R. F. ba hold In each county: In Florida on T".I
I-'AKM ; lon"lnlt
this I
; try meetings week in six communities perfect substitute for calomel. It In ibm' north..t corner cold >to<> Mary Jane Rob. day next succeeding the f rut Monday in No

-- of the Intense which Martin and one acre vember A. D. 1922 the laid Tuesday being
I county. Interest ts a pleasant vegetable liquid land Iylnll .n.l butnit In Section Our Own
+ .hl the
In.on Lenses
Qrind
Firm dairvinK should be ongagedI I; was shown,by all who attended. will start your liver Just as surely as Tweniy..lx. 'fown.hl"and 'Iv.containing SOuLh. forty of RangeTwentytwo and SEVENTI DAY OF NOVEMBER

in by Florida farmers for at least I calomel, but it doesn't make you sick one-hnlt acNe.Eact. more. or I...... Ale' corninenctng -, for ratification or rejection of the saId NO DELAYQailesVi11c
Joint
weat of theSi.eboard I RfMolutlona proponing amendment to
g:1.L) four reasons according to H. L. I j Marion-There seems to be a widespread and cannot salivate .t a point Air Line one railway hundred track.feet thence on the Constitution of the State: of Florida vlit/

111 Brown, extension dairy epucialist of:| desire among :farmers for the Calomel is a dangerous drug, besides the no"lhIn.\ of the or Soulh.t Section. Quarter Twnnly..lx of \ JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Florida

4 tt the Florida College of A'grlculture. : co-operative purchasing of fertiliz it may make you feel weak, sick the Northw..t connIng South Quarter and parallel wIth the saId Amendment to Section 10 of Article XII
and
rurLy-fl. feet, of tho Constitution of the State of Florida.
;, I These reasons are: ers. and nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose railroad three. hundred varIatIon an,1 0" the eection Relutmir to Education

t, ,r First, it makes possible diversified a day'a work. Take a spoonful of thence line weNt alit on hundred the same and .Ixl f'tt. thence Bo of It Rolvl by the 1."llalu"of the Slate

nifriculture I Suwannee-This week 259! hogs/ were ne elOBary. Your druggist says If you "t above rIght described angios north forty 10 acros.the north thence IIn.easton or. the : 14 .Fo"a Article following amendment to Section "IN A, BAD WAY"\
ot XII of
the of the
1' 'ond, It Insures a permanently Rold in our second co-operative hog don't find Dodson's Liver Tone acts the clime line to the point of bednnln"all, In' SectIon
I fi-rtile. noil. I sale of the season, tops bringing/ $7.85 will wake up feeling great. No salts twining 1'wenlv..lx.. live tt moro h.p ftiT ; of Range 'I and be submitted the same to.la the hereby a..ro the shall at --

) S Third, profitable employment for a hundred pounds. The farmers saved better than treacherous calomel, your Twenly-two East E. M JOHNS. the for approval general election of r.p.entatve.Slat,) If your buck gives out,

k twelve months out of the year Is pos more than $300 through this sale Dodson's Liver Tone instead and you 10.6.Ct-ll-8 ''L"- '. Section 10.or rjeellon.Ll..lalu. may provide Becomes lame weak ,) nlng;

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for the
division of Into
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sible. troubles I,
1 'of hogs. ollnU. urliittry not u
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MASTER'S SALE convenient school distrlcta for the alec.tlon I
Adv. 60 NOTICE OF ; .
Fourth raw crude material on the money is waiting: for you.- Notice .U hereby that under ansi by biennially of three ani t.' who 1't'rlll' your kltlnev ,1'0' 'in a
decree and rrnIereilSojitcunber hold their office for
of final l made .10..1 two yean, who
J I farm--material which otherwise is St. Johns-J. A. Sanchez, of HastIngs virtue a 111.) 11I) 2. by the Judge of the Clr- have supervision of .I the schools way

; wasted-U converted into a hlKhirrndu after .ulL court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of 'within the district and for levying: and Doan's Kidney Pills! me lor weak
trial treatment of for '
corn CONTRACTORS .
NOTICE TO .'lo..I ;, \ \( finished product. weevils' in a barrel, has decided it Sealed bl.ls will be received by the Board of err)' .Illln. h. favor or J. '1'. HI.key. cool111iifl.nt elusive tome of public .schools. within the kidneys.
lorlda" .. Brownlee and district whenever of the LOCH! evidence' proviihclr: niPit
Bond Trustees of Bradford. County. and a""lnllt A. H. majority quail-
In discussing! farm dairying, Professor pays and has built an airtight crib. to at the office of the secretary of the board at Joo Johns defendant, the underalitned will I, fled elector thereof that pay a tax on realor J.. H. Eastman, rail:! trll\ """n&!
Brown Slarke. Florida until 2 o'clock p. m.. No>' for sale !before, the courthouse door at personal property .hal vote In favor of a
: offer
says treat all his this
M corn year. 7. 1HJJ. and at that time publicly opened for Bradfonl countr. Horida. between the such levy; provided tax authorlxed man. Main St Stnrlte uvs'I: h,, '
"T>uiry farming fits into a system clearing and grubbing Bradford County Pond ulTal, hour of sale on Monday, the 6th day of 'by this auction shall not exceed ten mills on 'a great ,I.'nl! of ticnibiu \11! mi kid
I,. A. Wynn The hiKhest and best. bWder : the dollar in any one year on the taxable
and
: i No. botween Brooker 1022. to tho
1 November
of diversified farming, the one sys- FlaJler-A local potato growers work include furnishing all necessary labor for ca"h. subject to that certain mortgage property of the district. nlYS in Si Pet or burg I'lorlila som

( t 1"01 of fiirinmtr that build. rural communities association! to be affiliated with the teams. Implements and equipment and doingHiioh and l held by the federal. Land Hundred Bank Dollara of Co-, A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an years nso. Tliore was I "-''''nt'u
grubbing plowing of Nine
work of clearing sum
on a permanent stable bnsi Hastings association is the result of harrowing. .... may be called for on the P""|". saTmortKaKe .recorded! In M.wtwiw Book Two Amendment to Article' V of the Constitution across thr- small of im bark and
With and suitable together. with the sntlnfaetory dlsponal of the lit Pane 12. of the public records of Bradford : of the Stain of Florida Relative to the felt 1 pietty IUUP. I Bufferedii. \h .
i dairy cows Department
two held with farmers
meetings this nmu-riala removed all in strict accordance HorldB. the following described. landss'tiintiil Jud.la.
/grasses we farm all the farm and week. with the plans and speciHcaliona, Iherefor In Bradford County Florida. to-wit: Re of I Florida n."I..d by the Ln..I.I.tur of tho State vere pnlns, In the back: of inlieu
The length of the section to he cleared and The Ncirthwmt Quarter of tho SouttuastQunrter and, every tlt log I la i h i n i Anghbol'
have no waste land or wasted crops. item* Half of the Southwest That the fol".lnar amendment to Article "el11
irruhbed I. 9.1 mile and the principal and the South
I S V of the of the State of Florida ; advised me to n"al'Kidney > >
of work am approximately as follows : Quarter of the Northeiwt QiiKrteV of Section Con.ttuLnn l'
maintains the fertility
"The relative
..
: dairy cow Putnnm-1o'lorahol1'le snap beans! of Range Department to ho and h.II" ii 1
Clearing, and. gruhblng, 470.11 stiltinnii. 'I hirty-tlve. Township Six South numbered Pli they i> > 11.
Section 4:1: of said
Article be
lj of the soil and provides a basis: have advanced Plowing. and harrowing 128H.2 thousand East containing Sixty acres more V. and '
) per cent in price i Twenty-two the same la to and ahall heotibmittud lioni the iii ti't. Orus bo'J'' Doan ,

for producing; maximum yields! of any 'within a week.LibertyLocal. at.iare'Bach r..t.hid mu.t be accompanied by a certified-- or 'loss. E. M. JOHNS, ifenorul election to the to r"f the latnta at the. curedme."
on the fimt Tu -
farm crops at; a minimum cost. Soil cluck on a bank In Bradfoid county made I, A. Z. ADKIN3 Special Muter itay after the flint Monday In November. A. Price fine, at all deal'is' IJon'
V. payable to E. S. Matthews chairman Board! Complainant's Solicitor., 10-6-lit-ll-3
D. 10.12, for ratification .
rejection
or to-wit .
: huildintf< is not only possible but .practical I' farmers this week of Bond l Trustees for five per cent of the SUB 41. The Legislature may from time: till, \ mute |I. lKftt
I of the bid. as evidence of good faith ORDER FOR PUBLICATION to time and Doan's Kldn" Pills--tin that
; amount aa the business of circuit y
with farming."Dairy any requires .
dIl'
dairy made a co-operative order for 50() snd guarantee. that if awarded the contract In Circuit State of Floridti. EIghth provide for the .
I as a l .uu'iirll: : In Chan ""olntm..nt of one or Mr. Enstmaii had "N i di burn
the contract and t County.
'> farming affords: year around pound! of carbon disulphide with the bidder, will execute Judicial more additional Circuit such Cip.Cuit. 10-
.\ give bond aa required. cery.Empire. Earn such additional Circuit Judue hall Co.:, Mini, ncllal( N. Y. .
employment with a monthly pay roll. which to fumigate for corn weevils. 'I'he right Is reserved to reject any or allblo Lumber Company. be appointed by "the Governor and.confirmed I ----- .

So system of agriculture can' I a5 coriioration.Complainant. .the Senate. and hold office for six. :yean,
prosper 'plans be at the .
even
and specification, nay ana snail, receive the same salary and allowances .
\. and permanently endure that does not Manatee-Much early celery is already office of the County Engineer and copies orIho va for expensea aa other Circuit. Jrditcs
specifications may be obtained from tio| i S. J. Keitister. Jr., and hIs wife. Ha shall have the powers and perform all
'J provide this steady all-the-year em- planted. Several carloads: of secretary or the board Dt U.IIO ppr co.y. Mrs. S. J. Register." Jr.. I the ditties al ... or may be provided ori'rexrribed "COLD IN HEAD"
;; E. S. MA'rTH.WOl.: I Defendanta.U l by the Constitution TIE
ployment. grapefruit; and a few of oranges were ... Chairman. appearing. by affidavIt appended to the for Circuit Judges. and all statutes or by statute Is an acute attack ntarrli,.

J "The dairy is a factory on the farm. shipped before the last of SeptemberPolk C.:A. rUTCH. Clerk. 10-l.Mt-ll-a I bill KeiriMter flied in Jr.,the and above lila"wife.tated M.cause... S.that J. S.Ken-J. ever.. Circuit there. Judaea are two shall apply to him.concern- Thoae will Bubjoct lir'l ,in.it', C..e'luen'tliu| u. I<.'jdn| IIALLltCA't'Alttti In thnbeau"

It converts and the crudest -- Jr.. the defendants therein named or more Circuit -* I.' 1 "P thu,
hay are
grass ( later appointed for a Circuit the business :IIOlt11 <
\ NOTICE OF PPUCATION, FO t TAX DEED non-residents of Stat. of Florida and whe..1 System iin.i !" Uubi '
the divided I'n lum
\" raw products of the farm, into the -Many acres of grapes will be UNDER SECT ON 57S OF TUE they are realdenta of the city of Valdosta In isdiction among in the tho Circuit Circuit and Judges In .. cohl H.I."l"d| ".a'I v! ttarrh -
.' I GENERAL STATUTES the State of Georgia and are over the age oftwentyn the Circuit any miiy Imul t'. I.. .i. or''- Catn..h.HALIS .
''J most highly finished article of food., planted this fall, the demand for cut as may be prescribed by : -:
CMIA'Hr'EI.ICIM ii
Hereby nolle. I Ia given that L. H. Hill perchaser >ne yearn; it Is therefore ordered that where no provision has been made by law i
'. And this is done nt a minimum labor tings being greater than the local sup of tax Sale certificate numbered re..peetively said non-resident defendants be and Are hereby the distribution of the husineM of tho Circuit tRlle. I l' nr -t...j through ttuHluoil .
1011 and 198. issued requIred to appear to the bill of complaint between the on' Iho .2' aiirfarog of tnSyBtem.
180. Circuit
168. 160. Judges of the Circuit and < :
a cost. ply. Grapefruit shipments are moving b" the tax collector of Bradford eounty. Flor.Ida. filed in paid cause on or before Monday the of any County In the and tho allot tliur, .. .; Innumfnailo 1
I i( Professor Brown further explains from the county. aald eertlncata. being dated Aug.. a. WO.ruu 6th day of November. A. I). 192J. otherwise ment or assignment of Circuit and cases to and iiHulHtin .o.! i i .inii uurniaicondition
: r filed aald certificate. In my olfice and has the allegatIons of said bill will be taken .. bo hrr. decided, ordered tried. decreed or *
that by farm dairying is meant themilkjnK mad application for tax deed to .issu In accordance confessed by said defendant shall controlled or made when _A'I UrubtrlBta. (lre\I1 frcp
with law.: It la further ordered that thla order be published necessary by b Circuit Judge holding the !1.. J. Chuney & 101..10. Ohio.
fc of from two to ten rood( cows, Hamilton-An increased acreage/ is Said certificate* respectively embrace the once a week for four consecutive weeks commission earliest In date. No additional

I using a cream separator to remover being planted to cover especially following lands in Bradford county tlorida. in the Bradford County Telegraph a news Circuit Judge or Judges shall bo authorised NOTICE TO BIDDERS FOR FURNISHING
i. crops, HHSeased 1 at the data of the .Issuance of such p".lr.r.P! d In aaid county and .la"' to b* appointed In a Circuit having. Iras than STANDARD WOVEN FENCE WIRE
the butterfat, selling the cream to u I in the cotton fields. certificates In the namea respectively hereinafter October 2, 18JJ. 76,0110 inhabitants by the lost Federl or State Sealed bide will be rmlvxl by the Board
the particularly sot forth to-wit: U. W. ALDERMAN. aensas occurring, next b.ro. passage of of Bond Truatona of Bradford County Hor-
V. nearby creamery, and feeding surplus Certillcate No. 165 embrace Northwest (Seal\I) Clerk Circuit Cou..t.Dy the law for his or appointment. The lila at tho office of the of the

'ct skim milk to calves, poultry and OATS OK UYE UEST FOIt WINTEK Quarter of Northwest Quarter. S..... 12. Tp. C. A. KNIGUT Legislature. may repeal any law providing for oar at Starke. Flurld. unll.erola.o'clok p
5. S. R. 22 E.. 40 sore*. aaseased W. L. Over- E. M. JOHNS. Deputy Clerk. the appointment" of an Circuit .. 7, I time publicly -
pigs on the farm. COVER CROP; IN FLORIDA( .l..t. Solicitor for Complainant 10-6-6t-ll-3 Judge or additional Circuit Judgea for a Circuit opened for furnuthinK. F O. B. Stark
"Farm he Certificate No. 16B embracea North Half of but shuch repeal shall not affect Fla. .
I dairying its lh
says pays East Half of Southeast Quarter of Northeast NOTICE tr. salary and jurisdiction of a Judge I car of atamlunl fence wire wire to bf0x12.

,; way as it !goes. Good, cows, whh a The winter cover crop in Florida Quarter A West Half of Southeast Quarter ofNortheiu.t Hereby notice, Is given that on the 25th day appointment.A 444 inch comblniitlon wrapped. 10 20 10

'. :: ; creamery accessible, returns dividends -i should be planted between the middleof Half of Southwest Quarter A Quarter South Half of Northw..tQuar"r of North of will October. A. D. 1U2J. we.A.the undersigned, JOINT RESOLUTION Prp.lno an rod 4 rolls wire atretchem.
apply to the Honorable V. ,
Long Judge l, Amendment
( Your banker will A North Half of South Half ofSouthwest to S..lon a of of 20( ke... ataplea.Hiiltleni .
:. consistently. October and the first of December, Quarter of Southwest Quarter ofdl the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida In the of Florida.

it. agree that this is true." according to farmers who have been West Half of Southeast: Quarter of SouthwestQuarter City for of! 1 Bradford 1'alatka Putnam county in County his ,office Florida In'the atone Salaries Relating t the Time Officers.of SI..1 Payment of wire It t.la submit pro"ed'.1"fcDUon.lh and and prl.I.or lho

t _ _ A Northeast Quarter of South..tQuarter o'clock aaltl .Slal' amount they l the car.Thi .
: Ho
:J most successful in /growing outs ana i iryethe of Southwest Quarter A West rialf p. .tn. on day. or a. soonthereafter It : Legislature of tho State wi the right
aa w can be heard for an order of Florida Ilanl .urv. t rj.t any
COUNTY AGENTS' KKFOKTS two which of Southeast Quarter of !Sontheaat: Quarter A Incorporating ua and associates and That mil all ...
.;$ plants are recogfliZel South Half of Northeast Quarter of SoutheastQuarter. our auo- the following amendment to Section 8
I Cfssors into a body of of Article E. S. MATTHEWS
the State XVI
as the best for this purpose. Sec. 12 Tp. 0. S. K. 22 E. 110 acres, I lorida. corporate of State of Florida of relating the Constitution to the time of of the the Attest: Chairman
assessed Unknown.
St. Lucie-Several growers have Oats and rye are planted for three Certificate No. IHff embraces Lot 12 In Oil'ssub HENRY. MITCIlELLWm. payment of the salaries of State ofrieven. U C A. rUTCH. Clerk. 10U4I111NOTire

: had their farms or fields diked and major purposes to keep the fields div of East Lawtey assessed J. N. S. A. RANDALL FLOWERS. the hereby electors agreed of to the and Slate shall for. .ubmlw.i. re t OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEPOUM

William. W. A. ROSE, jection at the .. >KH; SECTION S7T OF THE
next I .
are now pumping excess water out from washing in winter to provide Certificate No. 198 embraces Southeast Quarter TOM McBRIDE. to be held .n.r the election year A.of D.rrpre.sentativea 11122 GENER. L STATUTES
of Northeast of Southwest
Quarter Quarter.
with power pumps, thereby greatly winter grazing for livestock, and to Sec. 25 Tp. B. 3. R. 22 E., 10 acre. assensed -- JERRY ALLEN SPEED. to That read Is to say: said l section shall be amended Notice la hereby given that Maud D Crevn.purchaHer .
PARKS aa t of Tax No. dated
rollo. 232,
i protecting their crops from recent humus to turn Into the soil in Ella WlihaRIII.Cnrllll.al. L. C. BOGGS. Section .. of the Certlfe.t
supply !WOo 1116 embrace W C A of North .Ia. every officer shall 2nd day of Au""t.. 1. 1V20, baa flint
H. T. be
heavy rains. spring. In order for one of these Half of Nort eat Quarter of Northwest Quarter. SAMUEL' BROCKINGTON., ONEAL. .payable upon his own renuiHltlon. said certifloate my .. has m-tde application -
S,.... 26, Tp. B. S. R. 22 E., 5 acre, assiiised MILES INSONJAMES for a. tax deed to iiwue in accord
nO
crops to do all that-is expected of it. T. Li. Ouerry.Unless 'ITIOMPSONMA A JOINT anco with law. Said certificate emhracea thefollowing

i%, Orlll1l'e-BL'rry growers at Taft it should be given a good seedbed and said certificate .hall .be redeemed according RY .GREEN. Amomlment RESOLUTION it, Section 8 of Proposing Article VII an of county descrIbed: pro"ry.. aituated in Brad.ford .
to law tax deed will iaau thereon Flord. to..lt.
on
near Orlando have set out a total of planted early.V. the HOth) day of October. A. D. 1922. Ell. W.IB 1'HOMPSONK. the Relating Constitution. to of. the State of Florida. Lot 7 Block Temple1 Add to Stork.
WASHINGTON. C.n.u. and, Section" 28. Tp. 6. R. 22. The said land !bring
Witness official algnature and seal thla \p"rlonmcnt
my
E Stokes and forage GERMAN O'NhAL,, L Number! of ,' and .raiied at the date of the issuance of such
; : 10 acres to strawberries.They expect grass the 20th day of September A. D. 1922. LIZZIE the House of .
; JONES
Representatives. certificate in the of James .
name
Green F
t.
specialist of the Florida Experiment I O. W. ALDERMAN CHARLEY CLARK lie I 1I."lved by of the Unless said .
S'at. certificate shall
: I to ship co-operatively with the crops Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford County: Fla. W. B. THOM or FloridA t Lel..lalur be redeemed aceordlnir
Station that land for eith'r'of ('Seal By C. A. KNIGHT. ISW' That the law tax deed will issue thereon on
says SUSIE following
berry association at Kissimmce. 0..9.111-10.27 CARTER.22St1020 proposed amendment,...., to_ tho 1:Uh day of November. A. D. 1022.
: Deputy: Clerk.SIIEItIFF'S MneMnn- --- ff n nf_- A_rorl.l tnt"U _.e. n__ Witnes. &Tliial, ,, _._,: ... _., ,.
these crops should be prepared early of the State of vllBlllULlun my _....I. ___. .._
Florida
relating to cennus and the lath day of October. A. "
I 1422.
in October. Then the seed can be SALE NOTICE OF ELECTION apportionment, and to- the number of
Lake-'Co-operating with the home Hcrvby notice is tflven that under and by tfTo the Sheriif' of Bradford Countr. of the tiers of the Senate and of the House of mem Rep. I Seal) G. W. ALDERMAN
o'r harrowed in virtue of that certain writ ... Clerk Circuit Court
drilled in, sown and of execution Issued tat4 of Florida .cnlallv.be and tho'lamo Is hereby
demonstration agent/ and assisted by the middle of'Octohcr out of and under the hand and seal of the Bo It Known That I. H. Clay Crawford. to .hal bo submitted to tho electors agreed of IO-13-lit-ll-lO Bradford County. Fla.GUARDIAN'S .
any time from < County j'ulice'e court of and for Bradford Secretary of Suite: of the Stato of Florida do the state Florida for approval or rejection
; Dr. Sanborn and Miss: Floyd, extension till tho first of December, the earlier county, rlorliln on the 20th day of Septem hereby: give notice that a tn the next General Election of Representa- NOTICE TO SELL RB\L
ber A. n.I 1UJJ: In that certain CDII.. wherein GENUtAL::! ELECTION .Lv" 10. held on the first ESTATE
poultry specialists, we held poul- the better. Ken boll. Is plulntiir and Washington Hankersnn Will be held In Bradford County Stato of fret Monday: In November Tuesday In November, after Bradford In Court! of County Judge State of Florida
pi is defendant the underpinned. haa lev. rlorlda. on Tuesday: next aucoeedintr. th. It...* A. P' l".2,2. that .ta to say that Section 8 of County.
Prof. Stokes says further that if led upon anil will sell to the hiirhvat u m__ _and Un k_._.._., .Monday: in November, A. 0.iiif, ; the ;acId Artel. VII of tho Constitution of Florida In re estate of J. .S. Dxon. Minor.
the is for winter grazing bidder for eiwh at the home oftheinldwaah.p luesdny I amended to read as follows : Notice is hereby: all whom It may
-I1 I crop : grown Innlon Mankrmon. about throe. mil from : 1.JhtA Y OF NOVEMBER Section H. The Legislature that shall meet concern that Matilda Dixon guardian! of
more seed Is required than if grown Htarke In Bradford county Florida on the For United glatra Senator from the State A. D. 1923. and those that shall Lucite Dixon, Easter Dixon Maggie May
Sharks and Sanderson of lorida. for ten thereafter meet every Dixon minors, will on the 14th tIny of Octo
public years :
I road. six yeara March shall
on Mon. 4. 19JJ. apportion the
'I'j'j |I I for hay. In case of rye from six to dHy the llllh ilny of October A. D. 1BJ2: JurInic Fur one Representative froc. Second Con minntation In the Senate the whole .p ber.. A. D. 1922. apply to the Honorable R.

I eight pecks of seed is necessary, while the legal hours of sale on said day: the gressional District of the ii. of Jo'lurid. In "f B'nato. not to exceed 88 m.mbe., and A Green county judge. In and for said, eounrly. -
at his
following the office In In
personal property: for the purpose Sixty-eighth Congress at asms time shall also apportion the Sl..k. said county at
flentL from eight to twelve pecks of oats of pnyinir miiil Judgment and coat*. to-wit Pu,' bupirmtendent of Public Inulruction". sentatlon In the House of rep. II o clock a. m., or a* soon thereafter an ,b
All crops grown upon said farm known the Slate of Horida..i.Kou. The counties having one R.p..cnltv. matter can be heard for authority: sell
aa
must be planted in order to insure a the old Ben Dell farm and upon which the said Iwo y1,11013! of the' Supreme Court of more ,imputation shall have four representa\ public or prl.al sale. the In".L of said
sufficient stand. Washington. Hanherson. now rallies which are tls..'IIta': of Jo'lor"l. lives each ; the counties having thirty thousand minors in following real estate
In
I unimthered. and consintlni of come 10 to lift Ha..0. Cn.mllon... of the and not mom than one hundred thousand, said counly..It..
"Keep hands off Northern seed ," acne. of corn and ".anu"' 1.c..... of potatc Stale of ('Iorld population shall have three .. South Half of tho Northeast Qilartqr of the
Headaches"I ... small patch of cane, about three to, live For two .. of tho House of Repre each, the counties. having ten JuP..naU. Northeast Quarter and Southeast ( of
warns Prof. Stokes. "Native and Ab- hundred bundlm of fodder that in iratherad sentative of ths State of Florida liundi-ed and not mor than thirty thousand Northwest Quarter of Northeast u"r )f
L the l best and. ten head of how Fur County Surveyor.: population shall two ... each 5\. Iii' Township Six. S. R 22 E.. which apPiic&tion -
TU7./.I are unquestionably vaI W. J. EPPERSON. For Tue Mumutira. of the Board of County All counties having loss .p..ntalv.. will be bniied upon the petition for
I rictles of rye for Florida farmers to SherU Bradford! Con'ml..on.. ... live hundred population shall one thO..nd Rep_ such tale now on file In said
suffered with chronic: I I P. E. KNIGHT. County Fl,5. lhr.Members of the County Board of entatlv each. The basis of la.apportionment. Dated Sept. 11, A. I). IflJJ. .our
'. F constipation that would bring on {f grow.; Texas rust proof or Fulghum Solicitor for Plalntlir. 1042t1O13NOTIEC Public Instruction. a. provided) for In this shall MATILDA. DIXON.
tor Justice of the Peace In the arnen.h".nt b
anil Federal
for the fol C.n.u tho Guardian.
L very severe headaches.saysMrs. the best of oats.
are) lowing Justice Diatrlcui. viI >ortionm>nt by the Legislature. is. S. CREWS.
Stephen II. l Kincer, of I No. Oue. County shall have at hast Ever for Guardian.
for Attorney
"Oats intended hay one RepresentUvo. 9-18-51-10-13
!I Va.f1 01rye or TO BII>PKR9: No. Two -
S F R. F.D.I I I. Cripple Creek. The Governor shall by special.
should not be grazed later than The Una i',1 1 of Bond Tr..uor No Hire. a each House at the message
-- "I tried differr it meiiicines, and i-rruin : Bradford appropriate session of NOTiCE OP
Coullty. Florhlu.' ... the APPIICATIOV FOR TAX DEED
will receIve crated l Lecblature, direct the
did not get relu-f The headaches X 1 t-Vbnian. About this time it I is often 2 p. m. Novtmbor,: 7. 1UJ2. for fuinlshlnic l'kla unt":amm( No. tight House to the provisions of attention this of each UNDER HrCTlUN: n Of TUB
i became frequent. I renco post for inc Coiutabie In ant for the and' if the amendment GENERAL STATuTES:
very advisable! to give II top dl"'s8InC'I..t' refenclnir fluid en tha propoe.I following' Justire 1."I.IIIt.i .. that shall meet A. D. Votlco b '
J- heard of -1 *urf".! : No. One r"hh.t,1 .h..1 FiVirV"2"1't.P"1"' '"'" -tat
150 of nitrate .
from 100 to pounds I II meL every :year oUrUlc.t Nodl.
I Said "". No. 1 wo. or to .r.o d."1 the 41h' day of D
feet apportion the
II I of so
$ Bedford's[ "On light: sandy land, ryeAvill prob. I liii'ho.'l Helrts.y". "alonii'?* or said pine.routa.i and. '10 be delivered at Na.. J"hl Savin.No. Governor lereln provided.to It ahall the be Legislature th... d l ily of D. > hR aconrdanco mode application avitn law.
nisalim L where*'. I have hereunto ,',tel env.n In Spe- .' the_ fbllowlnn. '
set hasiilon V. '71
hlv' do better than oats, particularly i can gvcitre further InfonnnUon thy of making described property
1"j from such
C. .\ 1'\1.10. Siorvfery.' the my hand l ami aUU"d tho irvat Seal of the apnnrtionmiml. and turpo. .111"101;L B"Jor'; counly. .lorll. to-wil .
i when It is dry. bo..d nl St4rkmi Flltrlda. oiric -' the Slate lt Florida] at .. .... the Capita! and by communication: to sash House proclamation 16 f) s"" 7. "0 .
Th. Doar! tIiii.i day August, l>. the r Iloh Hu direct S. tE. 41 acr. The said 'land being I ',
1
1'"t'rvwi' '"" right' A .,alh'nlon o to the
OLAGK-ORAU6HT | "If the ,cove crop follows cotton or *.,d nil bide! to reJ.L any of .mundmrt. provisions oil the date of the issuance of iiuh gertlfl-..
II. CLAY CRAWFORD, S..c. 8. e.1 In (". name of J. IL Johns.
and
any othor crop where the cultivation E. S. MATTHEW3. any all pruvalons; of the Vole..
(
of State. "" certiilate
\II..L Sal Secretary Constitution In "h-a
ndrenied.
with
I [ liaa been unusually clean, the seedmllY' C.:A. F0TCH. Clerk 10-l3-it-U-8 Chairman; ty. \v. J 1p".ou.: Sbr"r .BiaJlord V-l-lOt-U-3 Coun and tho.sarao .eOItf.t b.rb" repealed.this provision b. cording tu day|.w of. lax October dred Wi.( b thereon ac-on

I k and took it for a lie) .\ulnehe, and be drilled In the middles with -- Tha- H_ vntna_?., cant?--, In... .w.ii......._.u.'_" .ivim.j.L pniii_ nrn_ Lhw_/ n M.AV.V''V.__...'| _"iwimvure i, D. 12-' scat. .inia. .
.' the relief was very quick, and out breaking the land.:: This should ---- ''Bd .mcn. 19'a.

1 It was soIl-;.( bcl.'te' 11" ad) not b<> attempted unless the soil Iswi tun. and annul return. thvrvof.ami shall b.. ubjucu! ((8..1 Clerk W. ALDElt.\N.
!UIt'J'UISIiT, I) rjntulatloii restrictions .
< u ., .
headnciip: Now I .II'\Ctr'! llaDlttal cured flrovl.iei' by are in.ti. n Cour.
I.another just and, free from ,on"U5"0" .na..1 ltMllon' In the 1
keep the UlclL.-lJr'hl.'lt.: and ,ll broken l is grass COFFINS & CASKETSAnd ItPl4tu2ltays'LAX : Slat" 'f FlorIda. _.
'. IN
don't let my".if .ct m that -nibble.'." (HIS Vrllll PEPSIN"! U a- r0in./! 1 have TESTIMONY hereunto got WHEREOF hanj NOTICE : .

' ( k condition." a Full Line of rrp.red Syrup I'onic-Luxa-.lve I for HabiiuaOmatipntion and affixed th, Great my Seal "f OF J FINAL

I Tliedford'l nicck: Draught X U. iul o .r.' Supplies It relieves promptly tut (CSe..t the Stale of Florida, at Talla- In taurt i of Comnty Judge DraMor" 'Coon.

_ 1 1 1' (urtly) vegetable) h.'s been r If there appears 1n' yonI' snap beans; ----. should ba Wrten regularly for 14 to 21
I e found to rlieye: constipation which regular action. It Stimulate and 1023 oul .. .lat of Mr' JulIa W* rUiht. .
a triangular burned area soon'I .
I '! and by ".timulstincf: the! action! 1 / .AUTOMOBILE HEARSE K'-fiulates Very fleasant toTaki* 6 Ik il-'OLAY CI\W 'ORO. Notice 'I. gIven 1

; ( the liver, when.tU[ torpid helps' rum bac't: along! the margin of the Alw.ra on hand. The but wral per bottle. 8-4-14t-l: of Slat. Concern A. hereby on the 7th to day all: of whom November It may .

_; to drive many poisons, out of leaf aol( moves inward toward thv cite the lowest prices. Spe- R. A.D. tlO2. I .10.1 apply: to the 1Inorsble

4 T your system. iSlhoulnesl1: mid. ,rib, the bean leaf hopper' Is the T a I alteati (o telegraph or. Plb.t.G.n.for mp ju: final of sad' court, ..' Jud"., "f

I indigestion, headache and ..r.. Kfatlatered Embalmer. No Worms In a nenittiy Child .. tr..r 'h. estate of dl.cba.e., JulIa. Imln'-
similar tKwb.e are often trouble. Spruy. them with ,4.-50. bordeaux Allcblldna .....d. .nt that .t the same W.inri..h..
troubled with Worm have
relieved in this way It.1 Is the mixture, to which all a half -'- healthy color wnlcl indicates blood and an un Cures Malaria, Chills, of P..nt said : In.1 accounts cc adminIstrator

., natural way. /Ue naturall! Try pint. of luck leaf' 40 to every 50 gal DeWITT C. JONES ij rule. thee, 18 more or I eva stomach poor dlsturbaace.. 6 66 Fever, Bilious Fever D.t estate September... A.for D.theIr 192.pP.a

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Most completely equipped garage in Bradford County now open for Service 1 :' (t


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the People of Starke and Bradford County :

It is a pleasure to announce the opening of my new garage on Saturday, October 14th. I make this announce

ment with a feeling of pride because I have something of value to offer the public....I have the only real modern and complete garage in Bradford County

This garage isto be a garage of service, where everyone will receive quality and a square deal from myself and my employees. It has been my effort to build j"

and equip this garage most completely, so that under one roof a car owner might have his car overhauled thoroughly, efficiently and economically. I have '

spared no expense in putting in the best equipment that money will buy. Next important, I have good mechanics, men who know automobiles and how to re-

pair them. Mr. Hartman, my foreman, will care for your needs. I, personally stand behind every job turned out of my garage. I am giving you good :"mechanics, '

good equipment, fair prices and in return I ask your patronage. 1

yours for service, DAN BOREE ,

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WELDING AM)) URA.Z1NG VULCANIZING HATTERY: WORK RKPAIKING: ("

We have a new, up-to-date welding: We purchased the outfit of the* We have ho only reiil battery repair Our mechanics know their business. i,
mend old Sturke Vulcanizing Works and are shop I in the) We 1
outfit, one that can your county. repair They are hero to nerve you.Ve hall t ''
from ready to handle and all jobs. We recharge, overhaul make of bat V
part> and save you buying new any any use you right. Pay us fur wh t.
Mr. Hartman is an expert welder. guarantee: our work. Quick service t tery. Our prices lire ri'ht.'e\ ex- know, instead of paying others for, r
Give him a trial. while you wait. col on batteries. learning ,
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\MERICANS DROP\ A FORTUNE hood. This means that 10 out of every WEALTHY, PAID HEAVILY GOVERNMENT ISSUES FIRST
BUYING; GERMAN MARKS I 115 men, women and children in BONDS SINCE WAR CLOSED I
j the United States own or have held Four :Men in Country Had Income of [

Invested Now$900,000,000( Almost Worthiest in !'up'rIoney: |German i $5,000,000: or More Half Billion Securities Dollars in Offered t 1-1 Per Cent i i! :; ;; ; ; ;; I I, :

;< ,thousand in 1919-21.! 1 1I Two persons paid income taxes in I .

The staggering/ sum of $!CO,000UOO> | Future of Mark Clouded I II Pennsylvania in 1920 on incomes of Washington, Oct. 8.- The first government \.
nas been invested since the war by I The German speaking population of between $1,000,001)) and $5,000,000.One bond issue since the war was ,

"-.,J.uts of United States in Her; f.n i: the United States began the buying I is. supposed to be Secretary of the Announced tonight by the treasury. '
naper money now virtually worthless. I I and remained throughout the hulk of Treasury Mellon who is regarded as Secretary Mellon offered! for subscription ) k

Those Americans who had visions of I the, market. The millions of American the richest man in Pennsylvania by an issue of about $500,000000 ,-
wealth through a quick turn over of dollars they poured into paper statisticians. fifmiliar with incomes. of 4 1-t per cent thirty year treasury ,
their 'invested" capital paid ten cents:: '!: marks, purchasing as soon as the Versailles Three persons in the state paid on bonds ns part of the program for
five cents and one cent a mark, buying treaty was signed in midsummer incomes ranging from $750,000 to $1- 1 refunding the short-dated debt.
80,000,000,000 paper marks at an ', 1919! !! attracted the notice 000,000 and 17 on Incomes from $500- i The new issue will be dated Oct; / KILL THOSE GERMSHave
average of 1 1-5 cents a mark, $12 a' and soon aroused the cupidity, of fir8t'l 000 to $7r)0,000.:; There were 02R persons 16, 1922) bearing I interest at 4 1-1 percent
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German observers.. who hud incomes of from $10,000to 15 and Oct. 1 15
thousand. payable April on furs and fur trimmed
your renovated i
I II garments
Paper marks now sell below 70 I; Germany did not market her paper I $r.0,0)0:; () in 1020. Four persons In 11 semi-annual basil. The bonds will

vents a thousand. America has left !I money jit home, but sold it abroad. In I, the United States paid on incomes of mature Oct. 15, 1952, hut may bo redeemed cleaned and steamed by the ;

what may be worth $ GOOOOOO. The i|'fact she noM it so fast that the out- more than $5,000,000) ; three on incomes at option of the United States STEAM PRESSING CO.
American victims of this gigantic financial side world took all she printed during !' of i,000,000: to $1,000,000, and after October-15! 1917.!)
delusion have lost upwards:: of '! one period of months, February to' four on incomes of $2,000,000 to $3- The last previous bond. Issue offeredby --

$001,000,000.( Stocks and bonds bought ,I July, 1921. The majority of bankerssee 000,000. Nineteen had incomes' of $1- the treasury was the fourth Liberty .
in Germany with marks:: represents ,I no valuable future for the mark. !i r.oo.ooo to $2,000,000.( lure in October, WI R. Bearer ) nr i
ubout one-third of this! loss. It' I isiaul :: ,1 They look for an arbitrary readjust-1 I Ford and Rockefeller Lead bonds of the new issue with interest i
that mark buyers have (given to''' meat !sooner or Inter unless! n colossal > The four who paid on incomes of coupons attached, will IIP issued in I r'wwE TIi R--- I
much crash comes. I II more thnn $5,000,000 residents of ." '
Germany; more than twice as I are denomination, of $100 $ )00), $1,000,
told as Germany has paid in gold in New York and Michigan, two from J ,.I .
war reparation payments to date,, I COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS/ ; \ ; ( each slate One in Michigan is supposed reg-istered I "

$3(55,037,000.( to .l>e Henry Ford, while one ofT.w +I will be Issued in denomlmi'ions, of Is Here
The sum American investors have I The city council met in regular/ IIelllIlon i York's largest taxpayers Is JohnI I $'00, $500.t.t.. Or. $5.00)) ) :$10,000; I ) i
for marks is equal | Oct. 3rd, with the* following niem- Rockefeller. All will '" 1 1t
paid to Germany I I $!iOOnO und $100,000. carry I.:
vo one-third of the total American civet 1: hers present:: D. C. JOliet, chairman, New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, i the usual tax exemption provisions.\ New Perfection
war debt, $2.815,907.: !! !, Aug. 1. !, S. A. Ilryun, J. 1-. Colley, O. J. Griffin.I Massachusetts and 'Michigan\ paid B7.108 .- Discussing what hut already been ) \ .

I 1805. This country, one of the vic- I Minutes of last meeting were rend per cent of the total income and accomplished) in the funding. of theshortl : : Stoves & Heaters

tors over Germany, has paid her a* ''and approved. i I corporation taxes, while 11 states' ated. debt, :Mr. Mellon recalled t 4 ; ;
collected I The tax collectors' delinquent list California Illinois Indiana, Iowa 1 [ 4 f
much as Germany in victory that on April 30, 1921, when tho refunding I
from defeated France as indemnity I was approved, however the said collector |Maryland, Massachusetts! !Michigan, ; program/ was announced, the ,ill 1
after the Franco-Prussian War ;in [ vas instructed to levy on any Missouri, New Jersey, New York and 1 gross! public debt Amounted to $21- [ffi
personal property on which the taxes I 35.83! cent of
j Pennsylvania paid per
of which $7,500,000-
1B71-$008,000.000. I 000,000,000, over ar rr cal ,
of this wild buyingof were not paid. the .total taxes. ter' cal rah r'h j
The true story I I I I 000 was maturing within two yearn, 1 MTc
German paper money by Americans | The records showing that there was while on Sept. 30, 1921, the total debtwas ,
has been shown by a canvass of the 1 $ll.!>5 on hand in the pound fund, NEW RIVEK $22,800,000,000 and about $1- )
and the which had been in said fund undisturbed -
big cities of the United State I (00OOO,000 of the early maturing
scrutiny of eminent, thoroughly experienced : for a period, of one year, upon New River, Oct. 13.-Mr. and Mrs.' debt had been retired or refunded..

banking and foreign/ exchange -I motion said $41.55/ was transferred to ,, tien Kerce, of ylustee, are visiting This fiscal year, he stated, there\ will j jc ta
specialists. Official; statistics the general\ fund.! friends here this week. full due about $1,800,000,000 of Vii!.
the The treasurer was also I instructedto Mrs. C. A. Johns visited Mrt.
of Berlin foe; Sept. I 0), 1922) form I Royal tory notes, $025,000,000\ / of war savIngs -
basis of the estimates !supported by transfer from Waterworks fund : George, of Rising, last week. certificates and, about $1,100,000- I)
record of German mark to the /general fund $1,000.00. 1 J. E. Adkins and son, Donald, andC. certificates, of which
the latest! OOO of treasury Come
distributors in the United States. Upon motion the matter of side- A. Johns motored to Starke Sat $18,000,000 represent Pittman act in, look them over, prices I { 1

Foreign Gold Saved 'rash I wdlks in front of property of estate of urday afternoon. certificates, which will !be retired this reasonable. J
Up to the ninth of last month, Germany 1 R. R. Wynn and J. W. Alvarez on 'I Messrs. Driggs and Hoke Turner I year through the recoinagc of silver r Buy Now!

had circulated 245.000,000,000 I South street was. laid over' for further left Monday for South Florida where bullion, while about $100,000,000 of

marks, the unguarded security consideration. they have employment. loan certificates maturing Oct. Id,
of paper a war-beaten, insolvent governmentThat The tax assessor's books for 1022) Mrs. Mary Peddy visited friends In 1922, and include about H70,000QOO DeWitt C Jones 1
probablyis were accepted and warrant ordered Lake Butler last week.
the crash has not come i of ready on hand. i
due to foreign gold, gold investedby drawn for commission, less 5 per cent 1 M. J. Sapp, of Jacksonville Is visit I I Retirement of these latter certificates -
America in which was retained for doubles, errors ing his mother, Mrs. B. J. whole Ie
England as well as I' Sapp, he said, wilKleave only tax certiHcate I w011mnlDmcl ufO1tg9089f/01 r,)
Germany's bubble money. In America | etc. I ill. outstanding and with tax payments -

been alone marketed.80,000,000,000 marks have I'I and The! tax report collector ofthe was ordered treasurer filed., clerk parents Mrs. ,J.Mr.J.arjd Thomas Mrs. Charlie is visiting McKInney her- I as desirable large as for they the are treasury, it is considered to I I{ about $275,000,000 on June I 15, 192-1,, TELEGKAjTirS: HONOR ROLL ,
both of which
The old council adjourned sine die. j are covered by the income I
mark spec of Green Cove Springs.Messrs. > ---
British losses in German outstanding least $1,000,000000 ,- I
have / and profits tax .
payments estimated : Name of Those
at Warren and Mills Who !Paid
London reports Kelley, Sub"crlp-
ulation is fixed by of tax certificated, which correspondingly for those .
buyers of THANKS( TO STARKE; Oscar and Lester Crosby, of Rising dates. On May 20,, I lion During SeptemberN.
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$672,000,000. American I reduces the amount of necessary 1923, he added
the remaining $930-
German marks, it Is estimated,, were visitors here Saturday and Sun. refunding into other securit- ---
paper Editor, The Telegraph: 000,000 of 4 1.4 Victory bonds! ma 1>. Wainwright
hold 30,000,000,000 in America, own I day.H. J. S. Griner, G..
20,000,000,000 held In Germany, 5- I Kind Sir-Wil! you please. allow me O. Rivera made a business tripto ties.After Oct. 16, 1922, Mr. Mellon ture. W. Lewis, J. M. :Truby, M. Rhoden,
Par. in your much valued columns to' Starke W. H. Perkins J. F.
;, 000,000,000 held In Amsterdam, space Wednesday.Mr. said the next maturities fall due Dec. Kickliter, L. O.
CHIPSDisease
Is, etc., and have invested 25,000.000- extend thanks to the citizens of your Porter, our saw mill man, spent 15, 1922) and include about $870,000000 ,- Hazen, Fred Beck, E. R. Net, A. I. i
n, 000 of the marks they bought in buyIng |I city for their liberal patronage during the week looking after business in of 4 1-t cent Victory notes Sullivan, J. M. Smith, A. S. Strick 1
per the
af German bonds and stocks.At the fruit season. While Starke Is Palatka.Mr. and about gets bruised und cut land, Mrs. 1>. Lung, Joseph Bolt, :\u.[
the current price, 70 cents a t small in population she is not small and Mrs. D. W. Kelly and chil- called for redemption of maturing, tax certificates potatoes first. If you must store this Annie E. Ward, W. II. Groves, H. B. r

ti, thousand, all the German marks In in liberality. I did not ship any fruit dren and Claude Crosby attended the $420,000,000 against which the treasury will mix kind,with let it be to themselves; do not Stokes, D. D. Woodard, Dr. E. T.
/ good
Of ones.
about this ; sold all in Starke. Corener-Colson Campbell, Mrs. )
the world are worth today year marriage in Union receive In December about $250,000- Mary Brown J. Frank
American money, lest course, some times I'd get flaring quo- county Thursday. Thoman. H. Kerr, W. K.: Webby L. H.
1. t $175,000,000, in I 000 of Income and profits taxes. How about
,' tKan one-fifth of the sum America tatlons the same as my neighbors, butI 1 Messrs. Enoch Kelly and D. Edwards he said $1l2 ,(OOO- I a campaign to keep in Futch, V. R. Prevatt. O. 'Prescott, M.(
On Jan. 1, 1923, Florida the fifteen or sixteen million
cost of carriers, packing F.
one-third of them. It is declared considered were callers here Saturday af become I II I Brown, Jacob Bundel, Edward
for
paid York City alone has: transportation charges, etc., and sold ternoon.Mr. 000 of war savings certificates dollars.we pay other states every year Burns, A. F. Philips, W. C. Wain-
New the
that for
s m sunk $22,500,000 of the $21.000.00.: all in Starke, and found I realized a$J Mrs. Royal George, of Rising payable, but special facilities I fur milk and milk products? That I 1 wright R. R. The V, J. B. Rowe, Wm. r

3r ahe paid for German paper marks. better prices net for the season than visited his sister, Mrs. C. A. exchange for the new treasury savings ;, would be home missionary work all Kalch, A. Hercules, Chas. R. Ensey, h I
number .i neighbors\ who hipped. ,Johns, Saturday and certificates/ are to be announced [ 'I
T, ( An estimate places the my. Sunday. right. VV. K. Jones, Mrs. Julia Knight, J. J.WI.lon .
t buyers of marks in America a' R. B. LEE. Mrs. W. Turner visited her daughter shortly while the only treasury certificates ('. $'
paper A. Boyd W. .F. Godwin
'1 10000000. Four out of five of then I 1 66ft quickly relieves Cold. Constipation Mrs. J. E. Dowling! of Lake Butler maturing in 'the second 'half Chickens and--:;; : wanted at Ul'y.1 A. J. Thomas. ,
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ji speak the German language as an Sunday. i 1923, are about an'* store. "Will highest '
lJiliou"n..'" and Headaches.. A if the fiscal year pay j +r'
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II. Monday in
-- Rosenberg spent
.I')t' LI ou' Jacksonville
Intcr .Hnf Facts Gathered During the Week by
i\ Regular Correspondents. Lum Hewitt spent Monday in Jack- I

sonville.Mr. insuranceto
and Mrs, Rawls, of Worthington -I perfect
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'j.. 1.\WTEY LAKE BUTLEIt day. Thurs'I
: l It ___ I Jim Ritch and W. II. Hunter 'I
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\ t 1 R' Lawtey, Oct. 13,-J. L. Harrell was Lake Butler, Oct. 13.-The Baptist ford, motored to Lake Butler funds

\ transacting! business, in Valdosta, Ga. church: was the scene of a beautiful day. checking
I'' i Wednesday and Thursday. wedding last Thursday afternoon, Oct ,, Mrs. W. C. Townsend, and Henry

Mrs. Wimherly, of Highland, was I nth, at 4 o'clock, when Miss Lillie Col- Sprinkle Jr., are able to be out again

\, veiling friends in Lawtey Sunday. son, of Jacksonville became the brideof after several days illness
". Mr. Schell D. Carver, of Jackson II. L. Sprinkle, of Jacksonville, visited "
I :Mrs. Starling 1'et-ples and children, I
I I.I ',; ; of West Palm Beach, are upending a ville. The ceremony was performedby Mrs. W.. C. Townsend and. family We'give each commercial depositor -
tf r Rev. A. J. York grandfather of Sunday.
here with her Mr. I
few days parents, '
ii f and Mrs. Sam Mathis.MFH. the bride, assisted by her uncle, Ilev. '' Dr. J. M. Mann made a business without charge, Super-Safety Insured
{ II George H. York. A profusion of cut trip to Tallahassee this week.
11 : M. E. Edwards: and Son, Lau- Mrs C. L. Varnes and daughter, 'SUpER SAFf ,
.1 flowers, palms, potted (flowers and checks together with vest pock
j with relatives in
", ]1 ,ent Sunday fern were used for decorations.Mrs. Miss Lucile, of Five Mile, visited rel- ,

'1,1,+ f t. Jacksonville. W. H. Lee and Mrs. T. ,JM. Ri- atives in town Saturday. et insurance bond for 1000.00 pro- _=
a George I'. Young transacted b uslI Schuman Marcus Dekle of Five Mile visited 1
herd rendered
i4 I II, I i ness in Hampton several days of last. after which The Traumcrri Bridal ,Chorus by from ': relatives in Lake Butler Saturday. tecting him against loss through fraudulent 11--
j'I' week. Duke of Five Mile was in
i' Dewey
\ Lohengrin was played by Mrs. T. M.
\ .: I Rev I. I). Belt of Macclenny, filled Riherd. The wedding party enteredin town Sunday. alteration of his checks. This PA i?E R

.,..,t. his regular appointment at the Meth- the following/ manner: Ushers, Hal Mrs. Mollie Philips, of Elco Ga.,
}k dint church, South Sunday evening. MaineR and Eldred Duncan pillow arrived'Sunday evening and to spend relieves our depositors of the menace

,,J I While here he was the ,guest of Rev. bearer Donn Padgett/; ; ring bearer, tha winter with Mr. Borum.
f I C, J. Ilummitt. Master James Lee, carrying the ringin Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his appointment (of;f "check raisers"a menace that cost
and Sunday'; at New
J. S. Starling and Truhy Wainwright the heart of a rose; the bridesmaid, Saturday
\ were transacting business In Miss Jessie Mao Colson, followed by River.S. the American checking public last
j and daughter Mrs.
Carver
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Starke Mondny. the flower girls, Ella Mite Strickland
i Reaves of Worthington, at- the of $30,000,000.00.A
David Moore returned home Sunday and Alva Fowler; the bride, with her Richard year sum .
: I Carver-Colson wedding on
the
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I I"" from Mobile, Ala., where he has been father, who gave her 1n marriage; the

0 l,1' ': i I employed for several months.Drr I best man Sfhell, Mr.' D.Proctor Carver.Snow and the Thursday section Tuesday on professional busi- special insurance certificate issued by the

," ahd Mrs E. .L. Biggs and son, groom, Dr. J. E. Maines motored to Olustee .
'I Mrs. W. It. Hartford Accident & is
the Indemnity
During Company
: v Leitlft, of Starke, visited relatives in1 ceremony

j 4' Lnwtey Sunday.J. II Lee Love's played Old Sweet sweetly Sung on, accompanied the violin ness.Elzy Loadholtz and. sonClyde and furnished. If you are a commercial account depositor -

,; Louis Brown, of Waycross, Car, W. E., visited Jacksonville last week
by Mrs. Riherd, pianist.", of this bank in and
come .
get
i! spent several days here last week I The maid of honor wore a gown of for medical attention.: yours.If

with relative He returned! home. on I pink crepe do chine, trimmed: with Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Peeples of Miller -
Saturday motored to Lake Butler Wednes are not a commercial account depositor -
I cream lace, picture hat of pink ma- you
Jlr. and Mrs. C. T. Burck arrived I line with ostrich bands as trimming. day.J. of this bank bear in mind stand
here last week from Ocala and are Her bouquet was Killarney roses. i S. Howard, of Dukes, motored to we f,1"i
t located for few days at Mrs. Black's'! Lake Butler Tuesday. this t1
a The pillow bearers wore pink organdie. ready to give you positive protection immediately Sf4'
k I of Midway mo-
) hoarding house. Mr. Burck recently The flower girls were dressed Horace Crawford 11 l
( purchased the Churchill farm where tored to Lake Btitler Tuesday.Mr. on opening an with
de chine
: in pink maline over crepe ,
.li they will move aa soon an their furniture with veils similar to the bride's. and Mrs. Russell Chastain hadas i

arrives. I The bride was lovely in her wedding; their guests Tuesday, Mr. Chas- tare-I--:

_ Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barber and children gown of white Duchess satin trim- tain, of Lake City. Bank of
\ Jim of Gainesville motored -
Dr. Colson
/ Y spent Sunday with relatives in med in Spanish lace embroidered In'
to Lake Butler Thursday.
held in ,
Macclenny. I pearls. Her bridal veil was j I

+ Mr. and Mrs. Jor ey Higglnbotham place with sprays of orange blossomsand ,

of Maxville, were visitors here last her only ornament was a string RAIFOIinRaiford .

Thursday. of pearls, the gift of the bridegroom.She .

Laurie Edwards and Louis Brown carried 'a shower bouquet of roses !, Oct. 13.-Miss Perla Whit- The Bank of Helpful ServiceE.
motored to Starke Friday. and lilies of the valley. ten is visiting friends at Jennings this

? W. E. Torode and son, Edwin were Mr. Carver is a son of Mr. Sam week.

i visitors to.Starke Thursday. Carver, of Worthington, and is with Mrs. W. T. Andrews and little S. MATTHEWS. President GEO. C. WHITE, Cashier

'., I W. J. Click, of Jacksonville, was attending the Myers-Crimminger Drug Co., of daughter Billy Katherine of Jack- '

: I to business in town Friday. Jacksonville. During the war he serv- sonville, are visiting relatives here -

i George Roberts and sister Miss ed overseas with the A. E. F. lie has this week .

I I Nellie were visitors to Starke Sunday a host of friends, who will extend con W. II. Andrews was a visitor to

i 11 ,gratulations.The Gainesville Thursday.

: Suirmr pluck, of Jacksonville, was I bride is the eldest daughter; of Misses Bessie Kennedy, and Kate

.!r 1 the Sunday ftuest of his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs.\ : J. J. Colson, and has a Epperson spent last week-end with Alachua County's Foremost Shopping Center=
: and Mrs.\ W. J. Black. wide circle of friends who will wish their parents in Lake Butler.

1 i Mrs. Jesse Reddish spent Thursday her happiness.Mr. I Dennis Andrews, of Jacksonville

t ,j I I with relatives in the Wateroak sect Carver and his bride left Thurs- was in town last week. Shop Through Our Mail Order Department.

I tion.Mr. day afternoon for Gainesville, and returned Mrs. W. I. Roberts and little son.
: and !Mrs. P. G. Haigler left on to their homo in Jacksonville' I Bob, spent several days last week at

-I i Thursday for Hawthorne where Mr. Friday. Worthington Springs,
j Halglcr will engage in the mercantile Mrs. J. E. Maines entertained at', A. D. Andrews was a business visitor -uJ' ; I
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r y ,) business. Mr. ICaigler recently traded a reception Thursday afternoon in I' to Jacksonville last Wednesday. 'go. __
I J ; his farm near town to George, F. honor of Mr.\ and Mrs. Schell D. Carver Mes rs. Frank and Arthur Whit- SerVice f
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k } h Young for the Hawthorne property. being held immediately after the I ten of Daisy Ga., were visiting their I

Adam Andrews and Truby Willis", wedding uncle, W. M. Whitten, during last GAINESVILLEFLORIDA '

t'' a i 1 s were transacting business in Lake Mrs. Annie Snyder, grand matron I week. ...
: a Butler first of the week. of the Order of the Eastern Star, will I Walter Valencia and little son, Stafford >

Frof. Ernest Thornquest spent the make her official visit with Lake But- I of Jacksonville, were visiting Largest Stock of Ladies' Ready-to-wear Dry Goods and

i' \ week-end at his home in Starke. ler chapter Friday evening. !r relatives here last week. I .

I' Melvin Prescott of highland was 1>1'. and Mrs. Maines had as their :: Mrs. S. B. Denmark, who has been Notions in Central Florida. ,
In town on business Thursday. guest last week. Rev. A. J. York and I i tn Jacksonville for several days returned '

Rev. C. J. Hammitt preached at the son, Georg<<( II. York, of Hastings. here Sunday.Mrs. I
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j Saxton Methodist church Sunday. Among those attending the Central I : D. C. Cason is' visiting rela- ----- ---- --- ----- ___ ____.
1 j I was accompanied, by Rev. Belt. Association held with Pine Grove tives in Jacksonville this week. CARD OP THANKS!, -- -

,t j A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. church Friday, Saturday and Sunday I, Mr.' Limbaugh, "Starke, was a I I 1JmM.1m< ''''' """" uu""lutlWrummummfDwmmmWIDwmmm""mmrUIDIJlIiIn '

"' t, Julius Eunice Friday. were Rev. W. 11. Doyle, Mrs. II. J. business visitor in town Monday. I wish to thank my friends throughout :,

: While there has been a large number Scarborough and Miss Marshall Proe-I t Miss Loca Cason spent last weekend -/ the county for their constant and GROCERIES '
ik of dengue fever cases in this vicinity tor. I with her efforts
parents untirirjR to assist me in secur- ; Our variety of groceries and foodstuffs
I. during the past month, there has Mrs. Schell IX Carver, of Jackson-j :Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dowling and ing my release from prison. I will can supply arty appetite. Our prices l is so great that we

II I r been no fatalities reported. ville, was the guest of Mrs. J. E.I! daughter Miss Clarice, of Lake Butler be triad to meet you all and I assure etbook need feel the strain. This is are so reasonable, no pock-
I' !Mrs M. E. Edwards> entertained Dr. Maincs Tuesday and Wednesday were visitors in town Sunday afternoon. you that I shall ever strive to increase better place to keep coming.BOYD'S a good place to come, and a
and Mrs. G. W. Brown and Mrs. J. T. Miss Ruby Proctor entertained sixteen I and merit your confidence. II

f Moore at dinner last Friday, which of her friends lust Saturday afternoon Yours very' truly, GROCERY STOREJ.

was in honor of the doctor's I C6th at her home on Dekle street' BRAI>FORnBradfo'rd C. S. DOUGLASS.The G. BOYD, Prop. F';.

birthday. in honor of her sixteenth birthday.I : w<=, ,
; W. H. Hurt, of Hawthorne, was a received. I .wUJm""lullmmmmmmmWm"'ltIlllIJU''UftlfllUJf'lfl"ummmmm''u"' : ,
; Many pretty presents were Oct. 13.son was born less you expect the more pleased !
visitor here Wednesday and Thursday Home made cake and lemonade were --
to' Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards. Oct. you will be with what you get. --
r served. I'3rd. Unhappy in Frl nd.hfD.
( I The death of !Mrs. II. J. Thomas I Ouster Boyd, of Worthington, was a i ibusiness I Mrs. E. E. Edwards is visiting her STRAWBERRY PLANTS : Many people expect too much froa Copper In Ancient Day ,
occurred on Oct. 4th, at her home two visitor to Lake Butler Tues- [ daughter, Mrs. C? M. Andreu this 100 genuine Proffreaalva or I their friends. They may themselves Copper among the ancient Hebrews
_ Superb Plant. was used In )
Everbearing delivered making helmets fpenrnand
) miles west of town, from dropsy of be so thoroughly
', I day. I week. t to your door at prop rplanting genuine and sincere other implement of war. The expression
j I the heart. .She has been seriously ill\ The many friends of Mrs. A. C. | Mrs. W. H. Harrell and daughter, .a Write for tint a copy for only of our 75o.four that they expect nil their friends, ) to be "bow of steel," found In Job.
tJ months. She had reached O the Bump, and when they discover
'". fur several Strickland are grieved to learn that I ucile, were visitors to Worthington eolurolder doioribinir mora should be rendered "bow of I"ol'per.-
t than It :' the age of 43 years. Funeral ser she is yet confined to her bed and wish Sunday. o O. C. WALLER DUOS.JUUSU.MA. they.feel the Copper could not have been applied o)
disappointment
vices and interment were at Bethle her a speedy recovery I Dr. G. H. Bishop made a professional SMStUUPERFECT : ARK. pitch jour staodurd most too acutely.high, then Do yon not these UHen without the artisans possessing
hem cemetery In Columbia county. little some forgotten secret for rco
Mrs. Roberts and daughter call here Tuesday*, are less likely to have your Idol shattered. .
Mrs.. Thomas> was raised in Columbia': and Mrs.\ Alice Langford of Alachua I Try dertng the metal linrder and more ela
Mrs. R. J. Andrews was the guestof to remember that frlendt I .
county. She leaves to mourn her loss i were guests of Mr.' and Mrs. H. L. !her mother, Mrs. Murrhee, Sun- HEALTH will never disappoint us If we t< than we can make' It today

r'a' husband and 10 children besides Fowler Tuesday. day.i .Tatt'......... a.alllate Pill k.*tbe tJ tlta bow.mjit)"._sal In produc Prfe two simple rules: <(7) to find Obse".j out }

Ltt .other near relatives. !Mrs Harris Tomlinson was calledto i C. M. and E. B. Andreu were in A VIGOROUS BODYA what they are ; (2) to expect them to1e .

At the annual election of the B. Y. the bedside of her daughter Mrs.E. 1 Gainesville Thursday and Friday. A .......1.. "us 'Iy ef.k .......OM just that. Lines to Be Remembered.
P. U. officers last Friday evening, the U. Poppell of Starke, who is ill. | Mr. Norman and children of Starke conplp.uos, Today Is your day and. mine the '('
only day have which
we the In
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following were elected: i Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson and I on-In-iaw )
with his
spent Sunday and Tutt's Pills
) To Remove the Mot. we play our part. What our port may
I President, Miss Mary Boyer. daughter, Mrs. Geo. Anderson, of home I
were accompanied by Mrs. Norman When traveling one should alwo'lIleal' signify In the great whole we may
I Vice president, Dempsey Edwards. Starke, motored to Lake Butler last understand, to
who has been visiting In this la mind that cinder are apt to .not ; hut we are here
Secretary and Treasurer Miss Eva Thursday to attend the Carver-Col- section.T. No Worms in a Healthy ChildAll !Bad their way Into the f''eII. An eye play It, and now li our time. This we ;

I Keddish. son wedding; L. Willis was in our section Sun- children troubled with Worm h w. *n DObtallhy rap a lotion for bathing and a few know : it Is a part of action not of
i Organist Miss Joyce Terry. Mr. and Mrs.\ J. J. Colson of New day/ color,which Indkau poor blond and a.a flawed should be Included. In you whining. It is a pnrt of love, not
1 Miss rule, then. is more or lem ttomich disturbance. cynicism. It li: for'u,* to lov
Captain Group Eldridge River, attended the Carver-Colaon r.tnlcolm package. A borsch add solution will express )
1 Harrell Coy Edwards and
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alnm' regularly In term.* of humnn ThH 9
t I Reddish. wedding Thursday. Barley Andreu were In Brooker Sat- for two or three week, will enrich tho blood. be found soothing for eyes that are ID helpfulness. r I
,,4'' ,I" Captain Group 2, Miss Marguerite Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Kelly."of New urday. Improve the dillt-'atloa..nd set as a geneis SttengtbentngTonIctotbawhole flamed from dust, wind or foreign mad sad we know, for "'e have learned. from};'
lynom. Nature will then tar. experience that uuy other courseof
I Godwin. River, motored to town Thursday to Mrs. M. P. Matheny and children throw offordlecl the worm* 'QdlheCblld will be life feuds. toward decay and waste ,
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Their motto is, "Go Forward." attend the l l.... ""t be. '".. fMewai la..'a. 73o per boulo '
wedding of her Miss David
niece passed through here Saturday en route SUrr Jordan. 'i
? I' Tho union will be held In the Baptist Lillie Colson to Mr Schell D. Car- to Worthington.Send --- --- "t
r I church every Friday evening. vcr. t To Cure a CoW in One "IIY Worth-Whlle Quotations.To I
*. Tale be good Is noble bat to teach More Metamorphosis.
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