Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02147
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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COOKLESS SUNDAY The Woman's-Club of Starke held Tho teachers' institute held under DROP SATURDAY:

their first regular business meetingin ESTABLISHED FOR BRADFORDVETERANS the auspices of the General Extension -

the new club house< Wednesday afternoon I Division of the University of Florida<
water everywhere! Roads Gasoline took a decided in'
Water, drop .
at 4 o'clock. The presidentof was of great educational interest
,covered with water, bridges under : the '' : It held in the auditorium price here on Saturday last, going I '
State Federation Miss Eliza- OF' WORLD WAR TO was Wednesday .'
travel suspended. Sunday was : IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I down from 28 cents a gallon to 23
water beth Skinner sent the following tele- FORM POST FOR BRADFORD of the Bradford High School,
Starke. Many housevve cents. Needless to '
a quiet day In I gram which was read on this happy 'OUNTy-oRGANIZATI01'l TO being attended by all of the teachersof say auto owners
court of
cookless Sunday. The following trials in rushed to the
called it a filling stations and took :1'
( occasion that realized "wheh dreams BE STRONG ONE LONG FELT I the county with the exception of 1
R. A. Green re-
wasn't a colored cook in the County Judge advantage of the bargain i,
There come true. "Greetings from ,the
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cently taken place: six.The The <
severe rains however
State Federation on the first meetingin principal speakers included! Dr. ,
cityTravel utterly impossible so pIt State vs Bert Johns charged with the country folks f rom getting a t :
was \
your new club house. An American Legion for ex- Uoemor, A. M., Ph. D., professor of: \
whose ?ulinl\ry ability assault and battery. Continued till gasoline bargain. Monday morning !
those negresses The hostesses for the afternoon service men of Bradford county will secondary education at the Universityof .
here by many families October 21st.R. found the price of gasoline back to I
pprcciated ,
were Mesdames N. D. Wainwright, be organized within the next month. Florida; Mrs Roemer teacher primary -
failed to appear. Many a meal was J. H. Ritch, A. Z. Adkins and W. E. This action is being taken by several P. Jones va Henry Thomas, dis- education; and Dr. O. I. Wood its old price of 28 cents a gallon. '' 'I, 4 1 1TIL'or'S

prepared by inexperienced hands. Middleton. world war veterans of Bradford who tress proceedings. Case dismissed on Icy, fotmerly president of Marshal .M;

Cookless Sunday abbreviated many a The president, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright feel the pressing need of a social centre request of plaintiff and petition suit College Huntington, W. Va. WHAT'S THE MATTER II\,\' ,

'ai' but at this writing we have not presided over the meeting, for veterans. In time of war sol started, which will be heard today.F. During a short business session, of- J j'

hearn of any cases of starvation. with Mrs. D. E. Knight acting as> secretary diers of the Stars and Stripes work D. Lang vs Seaboard Air Line ficers for the Bradford County Teachers F'iorht.IR. getting into the straw '..

and considerable important ed for victory, so now in time of peace Co. Plaintiff suing for the vaue of a Association were elected as follows berry game in real earnest for the '' '

COUPENING:. BUYS INTERESTIN :. business was transacted. Delegates it is a certainty thai an American I cow killed and was awarded $10 for : coming Reason. The old 1 stand-bys-! J tf\

TURNER'S DRUG STORE to the state convention to be held in Legion Post could do much for the I the animal, which carries with it double President S. S. Dowling Starke. Plant City, Starke and Lawtey-will\ f.
I Green Cove next month were electedas betterment of this community. In damages and costs of suit. The Vice President, William Craig, In their durndcst," and among the.. +I a. '

I E Corpening popular druggist I follows: Mesdames A. Z. Adkins, hundreds of cities and counties of the jurymen were B. M. Dowling foreman Brooker. new territory coming In will be Kis- I j,

at' Turner's Drug Store for the past "A. M. Darby and D. E. Knight; alternates U. S. A., the American Legion Is per- J. B. McNeal/ Henry Norman, Secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Geo. simmee with about\ 200( acres. Starke '(

,VHI' has purchased one-half interest Mrs. E. L. Biggs Miss :Mabel forming wonderful work in aiding! Henry Thomas, J. G. Boyd and Chas. C. White, Starke. has 1,000 acres already! planted and- "I, ,i I

-m the business from F, L. Turner and Weller and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones.It ex-service men wounded in action Cooper. \ It was moved seconded and unanimously more coming, whilo Lawtey has about $

1\,1i, assume charge of the business on was decided to give a bazaar the who- are unable- to. care for- themselvesAs .. I The case Malley Alvarez charged/ I curried that the superintendent 000 acres. There is still enough/ land

M.mber lat. Mr. Turner will do- first week in December and at the a social order, a club for talking I with possession pf buck capable of of schools deduct one dollar from suitable for the cultivation of the lus- (.' A t ,

i-.>ti his entire time in the future to same time to also sell pies, cakes over old times, creating goodfellowship being distilled Into intoxicating liquor each teacher's salary unless other- cious berry in :Florida to supply the k'' s

the( oroduce business, and Mr. Corpen- chicken pilau, etc. the Legion has become power i was tried for the second time Mon- wine instructed by tho individual, this whole country. Let the good work ( ,

'ini will have exclusive management The local Woman's Christian Tem- ful. I day. After a few minutes' deliberation amount to be sent to the secretary of go on.-Tampa Timed.WITH a".

If> the drug store. perance Union was given a vote of Strong Organization I the jury returned with a verdictof the Florida Teachers Association as

Mr. Corpening, Starke's newest thanks for $10 contributed towardthe It is expected thr.t a membershipof I not guilty. The following were the clues for which a membership certificate BROKEN HACK

merchant, is a young man, popular I rest room furniture; and DeWittC. at least 125 ex-service men will\ Jurymen: R. S. Humphrey, foreman will be issued, and later a book

with the trade and an all around good Jones was the recipient of a vote be banded together in the Bradford J. II. Moore, F.. A. Edwards L. L. of the minutes containing speechesof The DuboHC bridge, across the ''Ga ),r

:fellow. His experience in drugs covers of thanks for his valuable aid to the County Post. Such an organization Connor L. E. Miner and T. A. An- the principal speakers at the state tor, hn.s long stood as a shining example ..

a period of ten years, during building committee during the cOUl'seof should be able to assist in many pub- drews. The defendant was discharged. association. Bradford county teachers of how bridge building should not I

which time he has built for himself! construction of the club house. lic affairs. are anxious to swell tho membership he practiced.( The "pnginecr" who

a reputation envied( by many. His Jacksonville merchants and other Charter on Way of the state teachers association bossed.. the construction, wanted to

success in business here Is assured.Mr. out of town business men have recently Charter for the Post has been applied for thereby they will have'great- give it a "wifely" of BO, and for that '

Corpening is a native of North sent valuable gifts for the new for and is expected to arriveIn THE CRICKETS AGAIN, : er influence with the legislature con- reason put so many props under it

Carolina coming here from Marion club house, among the number from the near fi'ture. All ex-service cerning the proposed amendment to till, viewed from the side, it looked

about one years ago Since being in Jacksonville were: men are urged to watch the Telegraphfor Although the recent ruins must raise sub-school district taxes Dr. like H comb.

Starke he has made a wide ,circle of: Jones Furniture Co., fiber daven- announcement of the organization have caused\ the death of millions of Roemer is very much in favor of this Sunday it was under water. Tpes-

friends all of whom are glad to know port. meeting. crickets the millions left arc very active amendment which, when passed will lay found the bridge lying with a

lie is to become a permanent resident Southern Drug Co., silver donation. Every ex-service man in Bradford and ,strawberry growers have give the right to any sub-district of broken brick, like a cricket hit by a 11

here Furchgott's/ one rug. county is requested to file his name, their hands: full combatting the pest. the> state to increase, by vote of the switch. The safety precautions had

Mr. Turner's new business interests Chadwick Furniture Co., mahogany if interested, with II. M. Tnllmadgeat One grower told us that he has people of the district its taxation peen its undoing. Drift wood I had accumulated ., a

as member of the firm of Jennings & rocking chair. the office of the Bradford County tried a new mode of killing crickets.He from three nulls. to any amount up to against the props, and the

Turner purchasing agents, will take Cohen Bros., sofa pillow.V. Telegraph. Mail a post card, signing! makes small (Jrcs at night in different am] including ten mills. This to bo water make a passage beneath the

up his entire time. Leaving his busi- E. Jacobs, one dozen silver tablespoons your name as evidence that you are places/ of his strawberry f field, uwed for educational purposes only. debris by scouring (cut the bottom Y

ness in such competent hands as Mr. teaspoons, knives and forks. For an American Legion Post here. I 'and the insects fly to the lights. I The !gifted speakers from tho University md washing away Homo of the props.It .

Corpening's,' Mr. Turner has every Greenleaf & Crosby Co., reading Announcement of the organization Crawling thickly on the ground near '. carried out the program as can now bo crossed only by a hy-

confidence that the public will receivethe lamp. meeting will appear in an early issue the fires they cnn easily be killed by : printed in last wc'ek's Telegraph droplane. "

same high standard of service as Baker Holmes Co., silver donation. I of the Telegraph.! Each and ev- the pecks. This sounds. like a good,

when he was on the job.SMITH'S Duval Jewelry Co., half dozen< silver ,ery veteran of the World War is ask scheme and we recommend our grow- KLAN CHIEF INDICTED .
forks knives, teaspoons, tablespoons, ed to be present at this meeting. er-readers to try i it. A (GRACEFUL':; ACT -

GARAGE ADDS NEWEQUIPMENT butter knife and sugar spoon. At the invitation of the Gtiictj, Edward Y. C'liirfce Charged With U*. I
Rhodcs-Futch-Collins set of alum- .oQo ,0=0- OC a ing theMail..CI.lh.frludEdwarl /
management Dr. J. J. liullen paste r
inum .
B. Hubbard andirons for library. ; of the First Baptist church of Starke,'
,Smith's Garage has received a new, roHed About TownTraveling made a short dedication address t ir Young Clarke imperial
which Jacksonville Hardware Co., wizard i torn of the Ku Klux Klan
modern, up-to-the-minute lathe, the new theatre last Friday night, pro ,
set.JIIayr '
place ,
will be installed in their machine shop ;; which was well\ received, by a large has been arrested on a federal indict
Martin silver donation.
With this additional equipment to .._ .OQO. 1= .___ ____ audience. It was followed by a pray ment charging use of the mulls to
Fletcher silver donation. '
Senator vv'V "
this jobs of all sizes Then the t defraud.. He wall taken into custody
popular garage: er. good: pastor took a scat
be turned out. lion. P. L. Gaskins, silver donation. Traveling up and down the street nicipal! plant. After having looked I and viewed the at' the Imperial klan palace in Atlanta
can Holt Electric Co., chandelier for sun day by day week in and week out, over the plant the engineer went over pictures. and released
Mr. Smith is a machinist by trade parlor. 4 *. talking here and there, we learn many to the city dfficca and, put his propo- Many a clergyman would have turned mil.was immediately on $500 t
and with his of experience is in down of
the kind
years Other firms who have donated are: interesting things. Oftlmes what interests sition up to City Cleric I"ut'h. Now, a request either The Indictment that Clarko
of charges
to make any piece from traditional doubt of the
position now Nunnally Candy Co., of Atlanta Richard us would also interest you so remember, this story was "heard a pro md 4
With the installation of of it because of fear a "rukc-oir" system on bonds re-
machinery. of lIudnut, New York; U. D. Miner in this column will bo printed thingsof about town." "I will," said the engineer priety or a that, fulro.d of all high officials of the klan
this without the question a of the strait-laced '
lathe Starke mahogany clock Hoover interest Heard About Town. "erect modern electric sonic very members
; a now,
ttfoughout the nation.
makes Smith's Garage the best of his church Illustrating
doubt framed' might: not like I it.
Brothers Starke handsome light Ice and cold for
storage plant
the charge it asserted that while ,
and the only ma- But Dr. Bullen's views was N
equipped garage A.I I aro not restrlctpd -
picture of club house Gov. Cary Thirty Col. Peek madeone the city of Starke if the council will the bond WAS
chine shop in Bradford county. years ago to certain angles IU"III limited premium on $1,000 iic- u
Hardee, silver donation; ComptrollerAmos of the best mayors that Starke pay me during one month of thirtyone ; tunlly $1.80- Clarke caused a charge .
horizon he leader
Is and his
silver donation; George M. ever had. If a man improves with days, one cent on the first day flock likes: ;to follow'a the I lof $5 to be made, then pocketed the t.
shepherd.God .
VOICE TRAINING McKay, Ocala, silver donation. age Col. Peek's re-election should two cents on the second day four difference. I, tI '?!
i The club greatly appreciates all of mean betterment to this community.The cents on the third, day and continueto created the sun, moon and,I |' Announced Coming Resignation *
stars the I lightning and"the thunderto
Prof. Lyman Pryor, who has been the above donations for their new double the amount each day during ( The indictment returned,
| was only
I voice in Jack- and herewith return show us His. majesty But He also -
a successful teacher home publicly Colonel is starting off right month. created a few bourn after Clarke announced
the rainbow
I sonvile for a number of years now thanks for same. too. His cleanup program is one City Clerk Futch, in the Interestof thu placid I he would resign). from his klan duties
lake the
[ has a class of talented pupils I in During the social period, the hos- that meets with favor and should be economy wan about to ask the gurgling brook the songbirds I Nov. 10 and turn the reins back to
and the flowers to
i Starke. tesses served fruit punch and nut given the support of all. Let your man for bond as evidence that he please our William Joseph Simmons imperial

Prof. Pryor will give lessons! at the cakes. /good work continue, Colonel. would fill the contract but decided to Benson. He gave us plants and animals Wizard, whom he placed on the shelf
I residence of Mrs. E. L. Biggs/: on Wed- The following names have recently figure it out exactly. Hero is the re necessary food arid raiment six month

nesdays of each week. Those who been t added to the club roster: Mesdames Let there be light! sult. It was found that the engineer but He also gave us luscious\ fruits a statement ago. accompanying hill tIn
I him Mesdames C. M. Bell Ed Burns T. C. to show His love for us, and Christ
are studying are could build a city for thin amount resignation Clarke said that
IA. Z. Adkins D. E. Knight, Florence Morris W. \Vt Colson, A. P. Hoffman, The scarcity of wood leaves us in made from one cent in thrrty-one, said: "My yoke is easy and my burden than when the more
a attack
year ago, on
I Powell E. L and Missus Marguerite J. ,Sauers Nelle Hughes I. C. Cashatt Is light. All this and much more
Biggs total darkness during the early hoursof days. the klan its
wall at height and he was
Shriver Hilda Struth, Nelle Misses Elma Robinette Hilda and morning occasionally. This causes let day _____n_______ .01 shows that innocent: amusement is mil the ho J
Father principal target, announced his
Roberts Messrs. John Powell and Kate Struth, Aileen Alvarez. considerable gpecuation-What will 2nd day _____________ .02 forbidden by the or Incompatible intention of retaining his
with religious feeling position un-
Illarold Wall. the hew council decide upon? 3rd day ______________ .04 til organization of the klan machine J
By his act Dr. Bullcn showed
A number of the above pupils have PROVIDENCEProvidence 4th day ____________.. .08 enlightened walt completed. This has been '
modern Ideas and the done
een going weekly to Prof. Pryor'sJacksonville Oil burners for the boilers would 5th day ___.___u___? .16\ largess of dignity which he bestowedon ho said, and he Is ready to turn the 'j'

studio for lessons andre Oct. 20.-J. W. Tom- solve the wood problem, a newpump 6th day ______________ .32 our only ,place of will affairs over to others.
quite pleased to have him comet inson who isirking: in Jackson.. and what else? Will it cost $36,000? 7th day _____n.un_, .6 S amusement
not diminish the audience
we are sure,
() Starke. 8th ___ .\. <
day 1.28
ville, spent the week-end with bin uuu at his church services.A CARD OK THANKS
family here.Johnnie The rumor is that we will be able 9th day __unu____ 2,50 *

WOODLAWN Ward returned Monday : to have an ice and cold storage plant 10th day __u________ 5.12 We wish to thank our friends for

-- from Jacksonville, lifter a brief visit i included for that 36000.; Good news, 11th day ____u______ 10.24 SIGHT their kimjnens and sympathy during

Woodlawn, Oct. 20.-D. B. Brown there. if true but then this Is only a ru 12th day __u________ 20.48 tho death and burial of our loved husband -

ng:Vas a business visitor to Jacksonille Miss Myrtis Douglass of Trenton mor. 13th day ____________ 40.96 After the rain-Doc Biggs making and father. We thank everyone +

Thursday. is visiting at the home of her uncle 14th day ____________ 81.92 calls on honsback.IIAPTIST who assisted us, or showed their

Mr. Hodges, of Jacksonville spenthe and aunt Mr: and Mrs. Allison Biel- Heard atthe council meeting, "Let 15th day uuuu 163.84 willingness and sympathy by offering '

past week here with her daugh- ling. Charley do It"-and he does. 16th day _____.______ 327.68 CHURCH PROGRAM their assiatancc. We thank them for

er, Mrs. R. B. Osteen. Mesdames Nellie and Ida Forte, of 17th day ____________ 655.3 .... the beautiful floral offerings and especially -

i W. II. Norman spent the week-end Ocala, arrived Sunday to spend a Chief of Police Kite keeps agoln 1 18th day ___u.u 1,310.72 Morning service 11:00: do we thank Ur. Middleton,

u ere with his family, returning to his while with their parents, Mr. and oif-Ma wonderful record. Few officers i 19th day _____u_____ 2,021.41 Oct. 22, Going Fi.shing. of Starke for his willing efforts to

ork Monday.On Mrs. Henry Summers. of the law hold office as long as our 20th day nn______ 5,212.88 Oct. 29, Catching Nothing. give relef to our loved one. t

account of the heavy rains Sat- Charlie Fralick, Sr., died Wednes- respected chief. The ten year mark 21st day ___n_______ 10,185.76; Nov. fi, Discovered. Mra. J. M. Maxwell and, Family.

: rday the farmers are unable to do day evening at the home of his son, has now passed and Chief Kite looks I 22nd day Un________ 20,971.52 Nov112, Convicted.

t iy work in ,this section. The water Willie Fralick near this place aftera good for another ten. He'll stick, hol I' 23rd' day __u________ 41,911.01 Evening service 7:30: CARD OK THANKS: 4

fas six inches higher here than ever short; illness. He leaves one daughter says as long as he is atle to enforce 24th day -_____-_-___ 83,880.08 Oct. 22, The Scriptural Symbol.Oct. .

fore. Mrs. Sam Summers, three sons, law and order. 25th day __u________ 167,772.1626th 29, Their Formation.Nov. We desire to most sincerely thankour

Perry Hodges, of Jacksonville, J. M., W. T. and Charlie Jr. Ills I day --________-- ;;,!>41.32 6, Their Character.Nov. good friends who so kindly helped d,

ent the week-end here with rela- health for over a year had been failing The state militia pay roll, now only I 27th day __u________ 071,088.61 12, Their Variety. us during tho sickness of our entire

es. and for many weeks was confinedto several months behind, Is expected to I 28th day uuu 1,342,177.2829th family. The muny kind attentions

( R. B. Osteen was a business visitor his bed. Interment was held on arrive by Christmas. How about it, day u__________ 2,681,354.5630th The ditch running west from the will never bo forgotten. The people k

Jacksonville Monday. Thursday p. m., at Olustee cemetery. day ________uu 6,368,709.1231st I Intersection of Pratt and Sanderson of Starke are generous and helpful
Marvin Carter, of Jacksonville was A consulting engineer paid a visitto day ________10,737,418.21 streets is too small. It should be In tlmo of need, and we wish to express l 1
r usiness visitor here last week and Starke ,one day last week and It t tw'ce'! ax large In order to function our deep appreciation.

;k ale here* purchased home. Advertise in the Telegraph. ought permission to Inspect the mu- --------------21,474,836.47 ,well. Mr. and Mrs. Max KI() tel'man. a.

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4 WAT. U. < COLUMN \ Harnry do ......---- 58.no< Rail Executives Fared Uth,
Avant ,
; Open shop the only American plan W. O. Duvnll do -.n _.__u:::::::: KIO.no *k>
down of
: .. .. -.--. G6.00 Freight 'ivy
do -
making no distinction between members Pills Worst : ::
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The nation's ,
i 1IOOZE SHALL :NOT ENTER \ of unions and those who desire -. :: .::: transporijiii "*
, Whlt..n. ..,-.-. --- J4nFlorence i threatened with a hn .1|,
1 from union Inn --- :, '
to work without dicftion ... .
ll f A million Mntthows do -. :::::::: 711.M result of unprecedented ,,1, '
1 j; men Is the wav and must ultimately H, sle MrGrudvr do --- -- -
f When the hypocritical liquor forces) : bosses on .. .-.---- 8K.1I0 commercial
doj --- world.
Powell -- Itn: ,
; The National Evn .. :::. 66.110< | t
in America. ..
I., pointed) with horror to the fact that come Adinr. Ilullim Wuison ilo do...-.-.--...-.-::::::.__. U.OOI.IIb..1 lives representing th r>

Board wan: Association of Manufacturers ... .. __ ___ 6ro.00<' Id
States : do --
United Shipping -
Jessie Thomas -- ... flS.II010e' <><' Western roads
... .... meetingtort
the sale of liquor abourd J have turned having recently completed a surveyof Mil.....ret Shriver do -.._ 0.1111>
permitting to do _. _.__._.--. i ; for conference .
Hey -- 11 w '
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its vessels, the Journal prophesier building conditions in the country Loon Thomas, do .n'__'_._.._... One"' with 's
reports showing ,
'r that later the United States I have announced that open shop help:*' BhiMln llunni-tt .10. do--------.-.:: :
sooner or Mrs. O. L. Moroan. .. ....... __ IK"10 in car loading of '
I, would not only have to dry up its own building and declares that "if open A. D. 'Ihomiw r ...by do do --.-..-. --......::::__ SM'JLydlii | freight being broki '
A. J. : are
One Eleven existed generally the ...... ... 00.(1 jjOlllo i
conditions -
do -
into shop ; -
I ., chips but all foreign ship coming (;irnowr,, do .. .---. ..--.-_----:. ((111.110 IOUH high point in rnilwn
\ Hnguo --
\ -
be -
American ports The order came housing' shortage would more ... -.---..-..- 06,11 ,
r Doris Sciitt do --.- ..-.-- ."0Tarrlo lion was in October, t 1I2'1! ''

; sooner than was expected but it has .. speedily remedied and rents more J. T. Harm(Green di do -,.-...----.--.-----.::::: BB.OO( Government officials, W"I' "

Now watch for the howl from, quickly lowered.'tThis Moore. do .-.---------- or..nl 55
come. Duisv --
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.. return of prosperity
do nn n
Cigarettes -
made eliminating C. E. Crosby -- --- ..._._ BS.0(1( ,
was ,
the liquor forces disguised as Friends survey ... -
do ----
because of T"H.7. 1. Oitdi-n IMnholHter -do--_-__-...___0000'_' 8H.OU the unheard of tide of f.//. ,, r rings
York and Chicago
of Liberty and similar masks. Of New .. .... --..- 4n.Oil
do which is
Oliver offset '
there will be "diplomatic peculiar conditions existing in those WilllB Moo, do .. -.-.... "Jon ",,1 IT, I.
course protests 11. J. Thomas --- -- : '
:: : 45.011
.. constant increase in the
I liquor cities and showed that construction Alva Thcimns do --- -- B".0iElln. ( >I. ,f'
The much vaunted light verdict big do .
-a firm for cent greater in P. L.. Million l.istinger do .. -.-.-.-.-.--..---:::::::: 61':<10( box cars and other equipm .
bubble of "harmless" is sixty-five per ( -
Europe's do .. ... ....-.-.-... 45.011(>( Extend
-- May
drinking is fast being pricked. Observers cities Int'\vhich open shop exists. This Wm.Hoyt Ornlg Hull do ._-.-- __._.___.__ I''('"."" Embargo
Mi.00Kunlco ,
Railroad executives ,
t who wfll I surprise some who have Mrs.: T. C. Hewn do------- --.-- 6IUWThilma : ur< .u
admit they are none too figure ... '
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h l ( ashen do ---. .--.-.-.-... ...-- MOil the flood of business ir .vi,. .
thoroughly do -
the 18th quality. thought places Thomas -- -
friendly to amendment
are superior perhaps Ruby Cnlni'S do ...-..---.-..---.-.- 4"'lft' 'rare: in danger of being .
shocked at the depravity and miser; "unionized" are more progressive Arthur Mc Bee do .--...-.-.-...-...- lOD.dllI.cn.y ('|]
J Wnsilln, do .. ..--...-.- .....- r>(.''J(1 nre utterly at a loss hail '
bred of the English tavern and Investigators and excepting :for periodic strikes Emma: Andrews. do --....-.-.------.- 42.011( situation. Since the ,
__ i
,, in France, the land of going ahead rapidly. But it should Emma: Anilmws .do n.n.. ..' ::::: 011.011(l :
do -- is increasing daily it ,
Z. T. Goodman -- ---- 111UI i.i
1 light wines, put to sleep for all time not be lost sight of that unions at HillaJK, do .-...-.-.-- .------ 4r..00
-- --
Perkins do ___.._.__._.... G'MI'IK. sary to apply new and m<.:
Mrs. U.
4 the argument that light beer and : present almost invariaby limit the :. ThormiUMt du _.nn.n? __._ Kill.HO

I .)vines do not have their! effect on the i work of their members.An I.et,. Kngg do ._u.nu---n_ _.__. nil"BB Oil(' embargoes upon non''I)' I Iments. "
do --
y citizen after joining( "..IUo ("iulm-y u.n.... Ctn.dOMm. : .
American ...
health and moral stamina of do -----
a llazen -
peo Ix>n>nit --- -
.... .. fin.ml Government and ,
of the .1. T. Mourn. du -------.-- rnilm",,,:'
pIe. one or another of the unions ___..__ 0.KIV ( ,
i baths Nelson do nun::::: ::nil acknowledge the coal loaditu ,.
becomes absolutely dominated .limklna do ___.__. __. to
+ Last Friday an impressive ceremony country / O. .n... ....- .. 40 Irv M. I.. foul. do -- hag to the unprecedent"' d! i I.
packed the courthouse lawn in fit' by the rules and regulations which K. Kellv do --_-__--__.._._.________- 80'011(> (
| d _u ____._____._..__. 4(1(10Mn ( the roads, but general/ h." ., .I'' 1
i Dade City.. The whole city turned! he subscribes to, and is allowed to lay; I I C. 1 K.Chandler Kc.ly ?do -uu....--.-.-..--..---. -immilnsi'lihino : injrs are swelling: the tot1uatjon.is /
.. 4(1( J5II
certain number of brick in t a KMi'raon ilo ------
; -
l -
only -
out to tribute to fellow citizen a :
; pay a It Wliiirins siilarv supt .-.--.-..-_. ( made the mun-,

i who had given his life for moral decency certain time or to complete a certain II. H, Wiimlns incld board..service___n_.__'__.-..- NHOU 4'211 because the peak load !j- mpreaching .,
Kirklltvr -
I anti law enforcement. J. V. amount of other work In the specified L. J.W. Wynn do _______.....__-_ __-._._ S40A. with the ,
H'OO : ncce ,It t tlins
which be ...
seven or eight/ hours may A. Hiwn do --- ----- ---
Waters, prohibition agent who was Bradford I'....Jlllnk Inlvrvst. 2fin.71Ilrndforl the western crops.
of called a day. There is no chance, under printing--, UP (HI
the duties Co. Telegraph
while '
killed discharging cigarettes union rules for 11 man to b<'contl J. K. Davis Wynn'' hnnd I ..____u.. 2'80 The result of the prewnt' ?, I
/ his office, was laid to rent beneath Sub Funds
I. accentuated
; incentive for him 1601Gladys age, crippled
especially expert or Hurney Moline touching -------
I the folds of an American flag. The' -' 1000. service due to the
Avant dll -J u-------- strike i i'
could, .1 I Ilion
j to do anything quickly that he SO.IIII: !
adjourned .
and court roe..
t Hthools were1 closed sr.n II. I'lirfonl jnnitor -- ---- ------ -
: teaching .. 20.00 of traffic mostly in thiK, i I t
in 'I horn '--
l.con -
as --
; \ during the service to pay accomplish in a leisurely manner a a A. D. Crosby do .___.....__u__.._._ 10.00Olllo western roads l h I'I'
to ,
I : appear <- ,1
..... G.OO Iii
time.Unionism. llauuo il'i -- ---
sacrifice. given --- -
y tribute to this citizen .. .. 18'011 '"
.. Government
I 15 10. I Uoris tI.tllt do --- --- -- shape. spokiD! ,,
which at one time stood l .. .... .. 2.00r. ,\ '
P I t 'There is the result of and the answer for J. W. Morgan Incld -- -- --
i __ U'UG unable to explain the) (1"1>I .oJ ,
and dependability Roberta do
: '. to the forces which hold up to' 11-: & for efficiency and experience H. Ij. 'Ihomus --'hi;; ';r'o: ::: : freight traffic although d

which would an .gtas f/ now means that the man A Ion Thomas do ....--....-.----.-..- 5.00 it 'is r
i'I; 1 8 ridicule l the law put /. T. (romlman) do ._....__00........ 5.00 it is due in part to the tll"-in> i
I end to the business of the men who who can !get a union card, in one way c-lia, I.eo do --. ---.--.-------.--.. 5.JMI
!;, (" draw much I'. L. La.tingfr do ._..00...__...._ 18.0(1( shipments before cold \\1",t' 1
.1 1 \ .. murdered' John Waters and A' I or another can as Ruby (;lIln. do ...___n__.._________ II.(0

week after having ._._...._._____.__
Crenshaw. Of course they will yell acting independently of the suited! her, so he was taken\ before at the end of a Leroy. Wiuidln. do 10.00 '
pnrtmvnt Kmtiia: Andrews do n.u POOLED THE l'0 Ot! 1C
their heads, off and organize "libertyparties" forces. I the city officials to explain. lie became been a member for a week-as mj-Vi .'Ins. Kite, inciil -----.------ ....-.. 11'.G (;

WI 4'i that' prohibition I who have worked at the trade for tt I. Ogden touching ..,.--.---. '.--'-- 80.0(1( I"
the sluff
!;.t to legalize The first seizure in this district of very indignant and vociferouslyI Light riant llghta water ." -.. 16.20 A lawyer was defending I
beasts out of men. I denounced all Pensacola drawing long time and become expert.It ( Co. llnnll) Inturwt ______.._. 4.tn '
J ; I makes liquor abroad a United States shipping people, 1.1.. "' ,.... U.uik Ho _'__"___'._'__ 1JI.80 accused of housebrcakiriir. !
V I The nations of the world need, the vessels under Attorney I from his pockets a roll of bills means that when securing a painter ) Monri. lanltor ._._-.'.__.'__ Id 00 "
board F
; "I submit honor .
,: housebuilder must take whoever C. Jom-a Incid ._n.n____ , \' United States, its commerce and goodwill General] Dougherty's dry ruling was i "that would choke a cow" as Reported a ; '; Htv.i| Co. du.- .. ____..__....._ 2.8S lawyer "that client dot, n."' ;: '
l the job by the union boss, ._ ... _._____ my
: too much to ignore this act by I in the Pensacola Journal. is sent to J. W. WUlte "" u *'(
.V', made today by agents who visited the J. 8 Nommn du| ._______.____ ____00. H 2Hf' into the house at all. He :MI.a ." \h1,,
i 1 the United States to make its constitutional ; arriving from( and if he happens to be a green hand '. C. slnn' .*.H tin .___?.._?? I.T1} ; d

rf, law effective. In a letter addressed freighter Winonn : The Florida Realtors Association with little knowledge of the trade, ,,. d. well Innumnru ..__._.___;'II. 21,87 window inserted his at"m. j
? after evacuating refugees r'{:
Smyrna moved a few articles. Now m\ I'
I" tothe delegates! of the American will hold their annual convention i in grin and bear the loss of time and ma HILLS PAin IIYM'ITY (COUM: %
from the ruined city. fienrrul Fund arm is not himself. \\'ht' pir jij'1!

I Mining Congress now meeting nlCleveland Four of whiskey and a number Petersburg, Oct. 23rd and 21th, to terials involved and the )poor work I U. C. Jon." .mem council ._.._.00.... 10.("> *
cases when ,
i $, President Harding dr- I which\ the officers invite all who maybe done-or take the chance of a strike R. A. Hrynn do ___.__u.n___._._. H.0(1J. ( whole body hill ami' It't t'
j of loose bottles were tnken from 1 J. K. CV.IIiv do X ,0O member?"
clarud that the "world is crying for interested. 'During the year president which might involve every other work 1. (irIITm:) :do :::::::::::::::_::::: .00 ty ,

the Winonn's hold. The vessel's officers 1.: W. While do ___ _._.____.___.___. 8.00 "That argument is well n" i r ,
materials. They will protest, Ernest J. Hill and secretary J. man on the contract. .. ..._
." our raw said, they could l not account for' Slliw! Kile ftiilary and fees __ 101.nil
"I the
The administration mny of'other officers The greatest nuisance in the country ,\. I.. Alv..... do u.u.u...___ 80.0(1( the judge sentence .11 i
L. Wallace with
p of course tho ;presence of the liquor and that i it help L. A. Dvu mayor's fefs ....-_.___._. O.UV mohths' imprisonment. The w' ,
even lack down on its position and and directors, have organized, several today is the union labor cloud K, H. Johns reUiiruir. Cue say April 1, I!.:

: I probably had been brought aboard by the of to riupt .4(1( ____,__..____.__...._._.. 26.00 accompany it or not, a;. he i'I I "
General's action i the state. which hangs over inception every
proclaim the Attorney local realtors in
Association W W Kiilwlcn witnuis fro cane Dock

of two things: a cheap refugees enterprise. Where the workman Alvunis __.___u_, ___.__.__...._. .Wl\ The prisoner< .Smiled tool :h
; :for one W. 1. 1 Eppuraon do ._.___._.___.._.___ .51) wooden arm and walked! .mi.,,'
grandstand play! ; or a play straight ACTIVE: IV;/ GUARDING: I INTERESTS :: CORD WOOD BEING; IMPORTED: is paid according to his merits-paid C. A. I'titch HHlary. clerk treasurer, ;

for his skill and and enterprise tax collector and inclilontiils n'n 80.4iJ. .
; Into the hands of the "wets. HERE industry _.
(OF PUBLIC M Alvurvs, uiHpector o( Ioctilln 2.011 District No..1

forces working day building construction is going F:. W. Iliiyes do _. ._..__..____.._._ 2.0(1( Hulancu Sept. 1. 1U22 .
The liquor are f. C. Starling. do. _n_ .______.._. .____ 2.00 ItucfliMa( during month-.__-__
1 1 and night to elect "wet" men to office One car load of cord wood has already ahead "sixty-five per cent better"than (G. W. Alikrmnn clerk, fro \alldiitinir ._ t
been issued jointly by Warrants Issui'd
A call has ) and bonds' __..._____ u__ .._.____..... 475RmiKurd 11128Dlelrlrt''.'. .
4 ; this full. Ip New York City where the directors of the Florida Development arrived and two more carloads in unionized! towns cities it C... Telegraph> tux sulu ally __ l.KII Unlaiicu Oct. 1, No. SHalnncv \( .

4' [ practically everything in the way '"of number of businessmen are on the way here, to be listed toperate is" shown in a report made/ by impartial Brad fund O>. Telegraph, notice of \'aiditling Sept.. 1. ID22brelpln -
I Hoard a bonils,' unit election tickets -. 10.60 during month .__. __ o&y,
1 eating houses is in the hands of for- representing all section of Florida the municipal light and water surveyors.In C. ('. Johns I day special" police ._.iz2,1111( Warrants Issued -_____ d\ ,

the restaurant men have recently beheld plant. Wood shortage and the condition the places where the union boss Starke Telephone'. Co. phone service _. 2.6(1( UalnncB Ort. 1. 1022 ___ ", ;
Ij signers: for a state-wide meeting to C. A. Knight bill com on lll.il\ iw innt ._ 37.2 District No. 8 ,+

I launched a plan to organise a in Orlando on Nov. !Hh, at which of the roads around Starke, has, es rule the workers, and take from Bun C. .\.lloree KntKht' sidewalk com on J.IOUJ C. Hunt.liMHmnt_____'n__ 162.67 76.K4 stance Si it. 1. 11122\ -_ ,'.'

the board of th11a considerable amount of their Krccipta during month .-----------
the dry to
1 "liberty party" to fight become a problem Dr. J. C. Wills himlth i.iricer 26.00
those present will be given opportunity Oh ? Wsrrants Issued _00.._.__..._.____ .t'

amendment. That "liberty party" will to express their views on whether bond trustees and it was decided that theirpersonal Iliink of luke! Road pay and rolls llridg_ ___n..__. 100.1S Ilalancu Oct. I. VI22 n- -.

;, :., be appearing in every state in the Union Florida needs any additional advertising importing the wood was the only so 1 I J.>nn W.lloree White mick<4 Son cement supplies_nnn.._ .._._.._._, l.tU;I..*ro Si'pt. 1,IU.trlr.10.11122 ___.._7Ulllarpu .___ '.

in an effort to send THEIR men and if so how the advertising lution. The cry of the people Is for more J. !''. Col ley repair on grader __-___.n 2.60 1 R'cvipts during month _- .

,I to our legislatures and congress. campaign shouiJ, be financed and con The city is paying $3.50 a cord I f. homes and lower rents, and union labor J. A. Morgan. Waterwurk.Fund...rnry __on 110.00' Unlnnco WsrranU Out.IHSUIM I.! 11122-- ,rl,

b. shipping point, which moans the is holding down the work-demanding C.:: A. I'utch salary clerk bond I trustees J6.00 District No. t t\1''
1 Watch for it. ducted. Every person interested in o. 1 ,lone Sent. 1. 1U22 _.__.. .__ $ ,

? ti forces will ridicule wood costs about $4.>O a cord delivered the highest wages in orderto FINANCIAL: SrATEMENY Ki'celpts durinrt month ._._..____ .
i pro-booze the
bo welcome! at OF
will > COUNT
this subject
1 Wsrrsnts issuednnluncu __._..____._.____
,1i the prohibition law and in the Manic ml'etint.Charity. at the local plant. Burning) six: allow for a big slice to bi put into Monthly! financial t'UNUd statement of Bradford Oct. 1. 1022 _. ,

breath lament the killing of two enforcement :' cords each night runs the cost to the strike fund and to pay highpriced County ,for the month of September, UI2J. Hnlunce Sept. 1.District 1U22 No, 9 !

officers by the very forces entertainment promoters $27.00) for wood alone. This item for officials. GenersI fund Receipts ilurlnir month-----' 7
lluluncit Sept 1, 1022:! 6616.73

.. they aid and ubct. Those same forces have been mlciecto, list of schemersthe '\'a year amounts to 'J,855.\) : : Who said The workman has to pay the high Receipts during luued monthNarr"nls ..-_ -. -_- 36.76 Uulitncv Wsrrants' Oot iiisacd 1. l 1(122-(- -.. d'\

I will point with scorn: at the ruling of Florida Development Doard warns : wood was cheap? rents'! and suffers from the luck of Kuluncn Oct. 1.1122 .- -ff 3 H,2'7.H: gupt 1 I.l lstrtrt 102J, .Ne. Itllnlanco .j '

General which would ThisIs more accommodations-but the unions Fine and Forfeiture Fund ..u. 1..
the Attorney the public against patronizing.: dance. Sept. Kocvlpta( during. month ---- -- -
1 WATER OFF) GULF CHANGES! threaten the members if they Ii'cel 1. 11122 .._ 181.20) Warrants Usuerf .._ _.. ..._. __ f.
make the enforcement of the prohibition a new field for tho get rich quick even Warrants|>ta during"billed month._ 'l J.16( Italnnce Oct 1. 11122\! .,- .. _.__

I'i law less, of memiCQ to decent artists and was worked to sumo extent COLOR OFF FLORIDA C0.1S'ITampa work alongside a man who has nota i llalanco Oct 1 I. I l'iJ2- 3Ut.6ti 210.4(1! ( Ill.lrlrt No. Ii I

R Unlt.ne.. Sept. 1. 1022Receipts '_."_'___'_ II:
't lives. last The ----- "card" (entitling him to pay dues Road Fund ..__ .
in Florida year. promoters I during month ....-
: Kulunco .
Sept 1. 111.1 ._....
Oct. 12.-Something has .. 61.00: ____.-
more' Warrants Issued! 1
I and and r
has in St. Louisthat assessments -
The United! States just at became so active Receipts during month -- 30.64
to the waters of the Gulf of \*..rrants fnnued;; : llulnnce Oct. 1 1. 1U2J -.
i right to say "Itoozo I shall not come the charities: committee of their happened .) llalancw Oct. I, Bu22 __- District No. 12 '
80.11 nalnnce .__.__._______ I ',
Mexico off the west coast of Florida. Sept. 1. 1922
into our ports" as employers: have to chamber of commerce recently sent j Closed shop Is un-American and alone Sept Outstanding 1, 1922 __. Fund Receipts' during, month _..._________. ,

11"' '!iny 'Here is work, take it or (leave all charitable and philanthropic organizations According( to shipping masters dockI always will be; it may do( for some Ri-coipta during" month -...-_- S7 .33 Wiirranu* Issued --__.__-_ ,-_ '-. .. "

I lag their vessels at Tampa, the gulf who Warrants Issued __ ._.____ Ualnnce Oct. I'DI'N -' :1'.
r i it;" and us employes have to say, on their accredited list:' a foreign countries and foreigners Balance Oat 1, 1)124'-__- ;. 11 '
i 1711.33 _____ 1'
watersa. have changed their usual u. stance Sept. 1, 11)22) i
will or we won't"II that continued use of such have come here arc responsible for a I Drainage' Fund ;'
:' : "Thank you, we warning Receipts' during monthWarrants __......__ .n'I
1 indigo blue or emerald green Balance Sept> 1. 1922 ... 1.60 ............. .
They are open schemes result in being denied! azure or great deal of the viciousness of the : issued -- -- I:
t Here are our ports. during month _
II ? Halance Oct. I. 1922 _._._ ____ .,
the world-under conditions which endorsement.The to.-a hue strongly reminiscent of union system in the United States. I Warrants Issued ..__??....? ?.--_.... District No 10)x0,0 / '' ,',
I'' t to llnlanco Oct. I. 11)2.3 __ .60 ) ___ I
house coffee. The discoloration demonstrationof h" 1 Sept. 1. 1042 __.. u. .
boarding ?
I !t conform to the enforcement of our plan of operation is for "some, The open shop Is only a Widows Pension Fend Krcvipta during month fk
I' of the water Was distinctly noticeable Kalance Sept. 1. 1022 .... : :: _-_ :: : .
seek food voinn the first principles of democracy 2111. 2 Warrants issued ....-_ ____ {
j't I ", constitution. Come, or your smooth tongued party man or miles Receipt during month .__.....____... Balance Oct. 1. 1922 ... ... --- .
and clothing elsewhere. There Is little to approach one or more officers of at a distance of eighty the right of a man to work where and Warrants issued .__.-............ District Ne.-- 1*-- (

I t": m'so' offshore!', from Egmont Key, at the Balance Oct. 1. MI22 ....- 2111. 2 Halance Sept. I, 192a .?..._-___.._ I't'
question what the answer of Europe an organization/ and offer to( when he pleases and for whatever Agricultural Fund ttcceiptji' during month .....----...- t':"J

I must be-unless larding weak- to help their cause. After interest entrance to Tampa bay. Balancs Sept. 1. 1922 n_..._. 827.68 Warrants Issusd -......-...--.
j r money It isn't any little smudgy sort of seems to him fair compensation. Receipts durlnir month ....._...._.. Ualnnce Oct. J. 1922 -.-__ .1'' E;!,
Jacksonville Journal. has been aroused the promoter Issued _._ 527.M10 ulstrlrtNo. 1*
; ens.- is rich Balance Oct. 1, 1022 .._._.__ ____ ,'I''celpts ,
I I certain amount of mon stain. The water' a deep, Times-Union. .18 Bulunce Sept. 1. 1922 ..__.___ -
guarantees a Bulldln5Fond Ki during month ____.... _- .;.
START REMOVING: ALL BOOZE to obtain the right to use theatency's dark brown or brownish black coser Balance) Sept. 1, IUM -.- Warrants (Issued ...............-...__. f
e ( ,, ey inshore fading out to a diluted coffee Receipts during month 627.68 Balance Oct. 1. 1822 .__ ,"
the en Warrants Issued t.
J' 'fOUAY in presenting. .
OFF SHIPS name Na-17--
., I The sum guaranteed la color farther out. The discoloration NOTICE': OF APPOINTMENT: GENERALELECTIOY OF MANAGERS Balance Oct. I. 1B22 --.- 2a7 t3P.5ii.aplmdford HaJance. Sept. 1.DI.trl.1922 t -..---.--.- .'., 4
----- tertainment. and ANn CLERKS FOR October 1. 1!>J2. Receipts during mmneh-..... It.'
extends. for miles '
I New York, Oct. 9.-Thomas II. Kos- such a small per cent of the profitsof many up At Ilii regular imfting. October 2. IQ22. the Stale County.of Florida. Warrants Issued -...........- 'Il t i'elane. '

the coast.Explanation Oct. 1. 1922
bottom general manager of the United the affair, however, the promoter down' Board of County Commissioners i>f Bradford"' 1 hereby certify that the foregoing. statement District-No. IS -

r I' canvassing the communityin of the discoloration County. Florida appointed managers and of the receipts and disbursement of the Patance Sept. 1. 1922 ...__.___. '1- .1,
States Lines, operating passenger thoroughly clerks for the several election\ precinct nf funds o( >Bradford County for month-- .
offered by the local weather observer the month of Receipts' during ....... -
P. vessels of the United States shipping sale of tickets, that when the char. was aid county for the general first Monday election In to No beheld I September." IU22. is true and correct to the Warrants Issued' -.........---- I'' / ,J\\
for I and by several fishermen, who Tumilnr aftet the best of my knowledge and belief Balance: Oct. 1. 1422 _. .... Iy,:
board today requested prohibition officials ity appeals to the community vember. 1922.' the name being the 7th day O. W. -
stated it caused by the flow of of nilI 1 month and clerk. intruded( I to 1>lIh. I ( ALOCRMAN. Bond Ne 8 ,1
was < SEAL) "
those Clerk Ralsnee
later Circuit
to begin removing tomorrow all really substantial help of acid and clerks Court Sept 1, 1922 ___.._--
linn the namea manager v
I from the Hillsbor- Bradford Receipts during month ...... .
discolored water County.
-- "
follow ---
subscribe ,
/'i alcoholic beverages on shipping board who bought tickets hesitate to rivers and an District renulred No.1.by law 1..IMy-R.aa A. Btanchant. By C A. KNIGHT. warrants.. Issued __.-...._......___u t' .If:
river :
vessels in his company's service nowy' again.Following. ough W. C, Woot.". J. T. Reddish managers. and. Dej nty ClsrV. Halanc Oct. 1. 1922 k,
t f The exception. Interest A Sinking No. S .
streams into the gulf. 0. H. Pearce, clerk. .
Balance Sept. 1. 1923: ._.._ __ 'M' "
fnorth) W. E Dev.Is
in this port. District No. 2. 6TATEMRreCt1UNTT ? ?
; ,. is in compliance the request sent by the ally heavy rains' during September, T. P. Wall. Harold Wall, manager. *, and FUNDS : SCHOOL Rf'.etpta; during month *.-..--. .
o I Mr. Rosbottom's( request Wsrrants issued ...,.. y
e has caused great T. N. Kendriek. clerk. superintendent's : -? --
P .. these men say, fCcount financial statement Balance Oct. <"1S4
i with the ruling of Chairman Florida Development Board to mayorsof District No. 2. 8tark (south*-J. W. Mo .. school' funds for the 1. 192Z '.
flow of water from overflowed muck .1. W. Edwards.. R..A. Newaotn manager.* month of Interest eV Sinking No. IS
ten September,
that 19 :l.
r'' i Lasker of the shipping board, following the principal Florida cities and J. L. P..k. clerk. Balance Sept 1. 1922: ...__?...-. ,1J o'1\
ti t issued to blind maimed lands and from lands covered by part. District. No.. 4. Graham-.H. D. Wasilin, General School Fsad Receipts during month ........-.-. //I'
the recent "dry ship" decision, of no permits be Balance Sept. 1. 1923 ....___.......__ 048.18 Warrants issued. ..... __. '
into the Thos Olilhnm. Frank Abernathy. managers --- -- --- "
Mr. authorlzinllbegreinll' ly decayed vegetable matter clerk.District Receipts during month .............. Halance Oct. 1. luaj: ........___ M
General Pnugherty. or decrepit persons and W. T. McE" WarrantM ... r'
Attorney eoRee colored water issued ..__u___...._ .__123.47 ivi'l
Lasker announced today that he wishes or selling pencils, shoe streams, and this such vol. .1. V. Jones.No.H.ft, H.Hampton Hall -manager Jeass. Alexander.!. and A. Overdraft Oct. District 1.I 111R1 N....____. __.. 2DI.2 BR nFORD COUNTT.October 1. fl!
r' has poured into the gulf in I STATE OF FLORIDA.
vessels under his direction to strings or other commodities as an M. William., clerk. Balance Sept 1, 1922 .__ ...... ._. I j
all 1(9.8(1( hereby '
District No. 5, The..a-O. W. Hlnaon. D. certify that the foregoing T
j to stain the water for a long Receipts ,
ume an during month .........
alms. the .....
for on ment of the .
leave excuse soliciting W. Moore H. D. May. manager, and R. C.Helhereepl receipts and disbursements\
bon'dry before they again Warrant issued .____._. _____
t be distance offshore. As soon as this cl. k. -- 142.48 the school funds of Bradford County. for lit f
Balance Oct. 1. 1922 ___. _.-
been definite an- .._ .
I' street there has District No. 7. New RI".I'-O. W. Andrews, 27.05 month of September. soil cornnto
t 1922. I. true
Zone Chief Appleby the rains has 1lin .
due to 4. Ne.
Prohibition overflow water S
port. J. E. Adklna, 8. C. C.m.na......, end I the best beliefH. "
of my knowledge and .
thatno Overdraft Sept. 1. 1J! .__._....
in of the cities ..__ 8.61
nouncement many water will resume C. M. Phillip, clerk. WIGGINS
to be followed in re subsided, the gulf Receipts during month B. j
said\ the course District No. a. 8rook.-.r. H. Kelley A. _
..I i permits will be issued this year. brilliance of color and its L.I Green J. E. demons manager, and L.: Warrant Issued ..___?__.._ ...._ *" County Stioerintsndt1 J
not yet its
spect to foreign vessels has T. Ontven. clerk. Overdraft Oat. I. 1922 .._.__-_...... 8.8\
.. One of the early birds at Pensacola J. M. BROWNLEE.Attest Dlslriel Ne. *
1 been formulated but that whatever crystalline clearness. t Chairman Board. Balance. Sept 1. 1922 -......._....._ 10.61 666 quickly reliere* .Cold, Con Ii' \

secured a permit and the next day a CEO W. ALDERMAN.Clerk. : Receipts durlnb month ._. ....._ .v
,1 action is decided upon will be lO-ao.at-ll-3\ : Warrants Issued .__.____.-.___.-.-- 37.75 atlon, Oliouinv; and Headaches. :

P United' States customs deF woman complained that he had In- Subscribe for the Telegraph. Overdraft. Oct. 1. 1922 ______.______ 87.14 I Fine Tol c.
the .
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs : of shipping, who died last weekof !;; Copious Rain Gorged; !: Streams and:! i

njn .,INII,...... i I pneumonia due to getting his. lungs; Flooded Low Lands. J! j
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full of water and mud when he was t'

I I Live State NewsTold \ thrown into the water at the time of The frequent rains the latter part I .

the accident. _
of last week "hmh every pelting/ riv-

L--------- -- er made so proud, till they have o'or-

by Our Exchanges. There were seven sets of twins-. borne their continents," and lowlands. 1

fourteen in all-born in Tampa during have been flooded. Not much damage ,

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the month of September. Thisis
has been made to crops, as the water

Wednesday morning when Marshal For new equipment and improve- a record far Tampa, as the highest; moved away before it had time to THE UNIVERSAL CAR

of Wauchula came up end ments to its property the Atlantic number of twins before reported 1 in a stagnate, though it is likely that a

(iters beggar with an arm Coast Line Railroad Company is now similar period is four. good deal of sweet' potatoes! have
found a ,
} fce missing, sitting near the post- spending $13,000,000.( The new equip- "soured," where they were planted on 1 New PricesF.

leg Marshal Yetter Inormpd ment ordered includes 3,800 new The body of Ernest Nelson, Ft. low, flat land. But as an offset, millions -

fIlet beeging.that he would have to cut freight cars, fifty passenger coaches Pierce fishermen, who fell overboard of crickets have been drowned.

it him nothing of the sort was I and forty-five locomotives. The com- from a boat into Indian river and was I'1 I Those in charge of the road building O. B. DETROIT

mt, as in Wauchula this year. He pany is laying forty-five miles of dou- drowned, was recovered Wednesday in the county had, if they took advantage I

llowfd rilherLrth ble track and has purchased 30,000 morning. At the time of the accident -' excellent to Chassis
Eta I old him that trains going\ {pn opportunity .Regular $235
south left there within an tons of 100-pound rails. Nelson was fishing:: with three ace where high grading, thorough r

also or auto buses, and that he companions and were returning from drainage and capacious bridge art Runabout Reg. $269

hour either one of them and More than twelve prisoners were the trip. Nelson, according to his needed. We have had enough and too ,

&fcould her would take be no; trouble. The beg. released from the Jacksonville farm companions, jumped into the river much of expensive "piddling;" now Touring Car Reg. $298

/ Lr informed the marshal that he was today because it is said of a shortageof one time but was pulled back into the we want roads that will stand rains ,

frnvelmg in his own auto; went to his clothing at the stockade. boat. Shortly afterwards, he and J. and which will be passable and safe Truck Chassis $380

hotel and changed the peg Morgan, owner of the boat, fell over- at all times.

oom at a artificial leg, attached an Silver Springs, near Ocala, has board while tussling. Morgan was Starke people who have been out to Coupe $530
leg for an
Irtifinal and put on a nice blue I been sold to northern capitalists, the rescued, but this time Nelson suc- view the inundated lands and bridges
suit of cothes and left townik deal including! twenty-three hundred cumbt-d. The river was dragged for along the Alligator, believe that we Sedan $595

ergs< gentleman. acres of land and the steamboat line some time in an effort to recover the must have had a cloudburst when no ?

[ < my other between the springs and Palatka. Silver body. one was looking, as it dues not .seem These are the lowest prices of Ford Cars in k'

caused suspension of Springs are among the world's possible that so moderate< precipitation -
Heavy/ rains a the history of the Ford Motor Company
One subdivision of Palm BeacbI
the state and the wet largest and most remarkable and could cause such an overflow.

farm work has over retarded the development beautiful springs and if properly developed -I Bonnyview-just southwest of that Not; at all. The ground wile saturated Orders are coming in fast, so place yours

't bf veathcr-itrus fruits and damage to truck and advertised would becomeone I' city, is now practically under water, with water already, and when the promptly to insure early delivery.

south Florida has been heavy, of the greatest meccas for tour- and while the city is not at all to ruins caused by the tropical storm III

hccordinK bver to the federal bureau of 1, ists in the world. It is rumored that blame that people bought land and foil, no water could sink into the soil, J. W. ANDREWS JR., '
frop estimates in its review of conditions the new owners are to build a large built houses in low-lying land, yet indignation but flowed by more or less circuitous

during the week ending Saturday -' hotel and make other extensive im is felt by the residents i In routes to the Alligator. Starke's :<;> m
that section that the city has not been !
4} The condition of citrus fruit continues provements. to 40 miles of drains did much to
more speedy in arranging relief
swell that water course. This waterflow -
good to excellent, pxcept on
is standing. Realizing that Eustis i is unable to with the result that some irate residents is the heaviest in at least ten
flat lands where water
Vh is beginning to move but I accommodate the present population of the low lying section, placed years, but the ninny farm ditches con-
< crop
color I and the fact that the tourist season a charge of dynamite in the Okoechoboe structed yearly cause the water to enter -
not show sufficient as
fule oo Truck prospects have "I is at hand with every indication of a road, which at this time i is the canals at once, instead of GENERAL INSURANCE
record-breaking attendance in winter acting as a dyke, for holding the water more slowly us formerly The next
in south Florida by the worthr -
ipser, Much replanting will be neces- visitors, the Eustis Home Building up in Bonnyview, and blew up a rainfall of the same magnitude, under HAROLD C. WALL .

I Company has been organized. Arrangements considerable space in the road in or- the same conditions! will cause a still 91
|arand indications are that someill
not be done. /; have been made for the der to let the water off. The blowing heavier inundation, as increased STARKE FLORIDA

I purchase of two city blocks near the up of the road has occasioned great diu'hinactivity is sure to follow this

i Eustis High School and erection ofa inconvenience because it is the means wet spell. FIRE. LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBILEH
Louis Brown was fatally
number of buildings will be started by which West Palm Beach people Sunday morning every bridge was
several others sustained painful li
| soon. get to and from the Everglades.Property under water and the rapid currentwas
urts when two motor trucks collid-

]<1 at Plant City. Brown, a driver of washing gullies across the roads. HUME Wm. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON..... '
Edward Johnson, proprietor of the owners north of Home Physicians and others, who were +
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truck engaged in the service of the Praiidant sea & Tr.
Don Terka farm, a few miles out from stead are preparing to take drastic action compelled to go out of town, must reet cleaning department, died fromis if the of hunters in the Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry
Bunnell, has eighty acres of fine practice so by very roundabout routes. "Ilng-
after the acci-
injuries shortly
cnt. He sustained a broken thigh broom corn. The owner will not sell shooting of young quail around the aman's joke," as the portion of the Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

the product but will manufacture and citrus property is not stopped. They Hampton road across the swamp is
nd The drivers of the trucks
ami. Prompt Shipment y
sell brooms. This is a new crop anda have taken for their motto an eye for well termed, is an aggregation of ,
ire said to have been pushing their i|
accident. new industry for that section.A an eye, and if gunner/ gets a load of muck, sand, rotten logs, sticks and A.k your nmhbor"-li6;| knows e
fast the time of the
nrs as shot in him it is no more than the tin cans,, like a poorly made heaver Get New Fall price list Before lluying
an effort to get out of the heavy
new figure in real estate value quail are getting. dam. It was flooded and gullied as r
Bin. E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co Jacksonville FU
was u noted at Orlando when CharlesRock usual. It was begun in gerrymandering

I leased his home at $3.00 a front "Not guilty," was the verdict of days across the widest and

I Micanopy is to have a moss fac- foot, the lease calling! for 7 per cent the jury late Wednesday night when worst portion of the swamp and muck SKAI0.\I! TRAIN SCIIEUULB
A building has been rented and
pry i on a valuation of $200,000. The Rock after an hour's deliberation they and sticks has been added, to it from
'erything is being put in readiness i ii
begin the manufacture of the fin- i building is located on the corner of brought in the above decision, closingthe time to time. A much better route (In effect April 30, 1022)).

' Oak street and Orange avenue across much talked of case of the state could have been found a short distance 1886 1 Southbound

hed product of the green Spanish from the new eleven story hotel and of Florida vs J. Harvey and George/ to: the west. As "Hugunmn's joke" i
uss, so abundant in that section of No. 1 reaches Starke at 11:40: p. m.
another nine-story hotel. The lease Carlisle, charged with the murder of could not be made the foundation of
jio state. 'I I No. 3, 10:59: a. m. wI
I I was taken by Clifford Copening, ofI ; W. M. Howe in Baker county, Dec. an expensive brick road without tearing -
No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58: p. m.
i i New York, who announced that the 8, 1921.It it 4,>wn and l Hurting the rubbish
y fit was a bad day Wednesday for DAVISINSURANCE I No. 15, Limited), 2:15 p. m.
| would be torn down out and it the to
'Id animals in the Milton section. A I IIpound present building curves wrong way
i in the near future and one of the is reported in Plant City that the water, this route should! not bu 1 NorthboundNo.
black bear killed 11 :
and finest in the the passenger shed at the SeaboardAir risked unless the road l carried)
at lIes from Milton, the bear being I:, "largest structures win! 2 arrives Starke 6:10: a. m.
I South" will be erected in its Line depot at Turkey Creek fell ), the long bridge.
irhtcd by residents of that place. across swamp on a No. 4 at 4:00( p. m.

Ixt who the alarm. one day last week as a freight train A better way would be to select another No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47 a. m.
gave neighbOr-I I Suit for $50,000 damages against was passing! and injured one of the 'I route and to curry the canal,
1, ns soon trailing the animal No. 16, Limited, 5C5 p, m.
Sheriff Lindsey and his bondsmen crew. The cause of the shed, falling, which now ends at the S. A. I.. trestle Wanneo Branch
rnigan had the
,and two local policemen who were in It is said, was its dilapidated condi- to well beyond the road. In the first
Ik'J the unusual visitor. W. P. Brown, tion. STARKE No. 101 leaves Stark* 7:43: a. m.
the party that killed W. A. Hudnellin quarter mile west of the trestle the
led by his dogs, ran to earth a four No. 104 arrives Stark 3:15: p. ..
a liquor raid in St. Petersburg rtvI fall is over three feet, which in a
nt wildcat and after a fight the cats 'T. J.
I I cently. Formal notice of the filing of George Mosely, 22, of Delray, was canal would give a rapid .current and GRIFFIN
killed. It was the largest seen :
that the suit has been given to the defend drowned when his automobile missed I, prevent the! pounding of water in the

, suction. I I ants. The suit was filed by Mrs. EdIth I the approach to a bridge over a canal swamp, where obstructions of all arj11L

I I' Hudnell and his near Boynton and plunged into the I
IA in son,, kinds. prevent a free flow of water
spirit of optimism prevails
} Roy, the latter aged 13, were killed water. He was driving at the rate of It would also, at least to a great ex-

,' ncclenny on account of the many by county and city officers. about 35 miles an hour, according to tent, prevent overflow above the tres-

(provements that are now undery I the occupant of another car following tie.Vhcn the water receded from

hich and those being contemplated,/i Good catches of shrimp are now be- Mosely. The /glare of the headlightof the inundated lands. it leaves! a deposit
when realized will add II
1. uch ,to the of very the ing made and every shrimp canneryin an approaching freight train is of rubbish, the bud I odor, of which suggests ---a-

progressiveness Fernandina has been operating in thought to have aided in causing the malaria and typhoid.
3'n.. One of the best
t"r full blast the past week. The Daven accident. The writer planned the East Sturkc
undertaken in the town is a $2o $,- .
t' port-Brooks Corporation, which has Drainage District and made tho cost ea:
school building which is
... added a packing room to its large Cleveland Dunson, a negro, who estimates. He recommended in hill e I
being finished and which will be
ti and growing business, is putting up a hall been at large ever since last final report such a cunal extension, asit
dy to within the next five
eks. occupy dry pack this year in glass containers April, has been landed in jail in t would prevent the flooding of much t tA

which is said to be a delicacy. Brunswick, Ga., through the effortsof
low land and of the four public roads n
copper still', having it capacity of :MKDHAI: PUOHOSSION" ::\ AKOirS-
Sheriff W. S. Brannen. Jr.. and I I "
which the Alligator in or near '
Evidence that sulphuric acid is being Deputy Sheriff W. H. Brown, of Un- Starke. But the suggestion! was not J 1,000) gallons, said to bo the largestever Chicago, Oct. It. Aroused over the

ASPIRIN used in the manufacture of moonshine ion county. About six months ago when later on the seized In Florida, was located
considered. Again ,
I unique but frightful crime, the Chicago : !
I whiskey was disclosed when Dunson shot his wife and made his resignation of the engineer' in charge Wednesday in the Yellow Water section nicdicnl. profession today" volunteered ,.1 'Si t.

deputy sheriffs uncovered two 40-gal- escape. Sheriff Brannen left today of the excavations! the writer was of Duval county by sheriff's ofllrers. to aid ,police in bringing to y'!

iay "Bayer" and Insist! lon moonshine stills near Largo. In for his prisoner and will bring him offered the position, he accepted on The still was only recently put punishment the expert surgeon believed I .

; the distilling house the officers founda back to Union county to face the the condition that he should be allowed 1
to have participated in th first
eI in Near the still tho officers
two-gallon bottle of sulphuric acid, charges.The operation. i
extend the canal some distance
human gland, theft In history
I used and four acid bot- located 0,000 gallons of mash, : \ t \
partly empty west of the S. A. L. trestle. As, however -
On a hoHiital| cot lay tho victim of r
tles nearby. The mash consisted of Jacksonville Realty Board has about 15 cent was left which they di-stroyed.. About twenty-
only per the robbery operation, Joseph Woz- .',i,
corn, syrup and meal. Sheriff Lind- passed a resolution recommending a of the. appropriation, and much work five gallons lit "shine" were' also con niak, 31 I a world war veteran. .t)

sey reported that a druggist of Clear- thousand acres be set to pecans at the that could not be omitted was still fiscated. The still was dismantledand Surgeons: declared that the expertness -
water admitted having sold to W. A. State Prison Farm, located at Rai- had
left undone the extension carried to Jack-
parts of it were with which the operation war ,r
Hudnell large quantities of the acid ford. to be dropped. Now, however, It sonville as evidence should arrests. he performed find the cleverness in the

during the past summer. Hudnell and that the public consider such waded through
seems made. The officers stitching of the wound indicated that
his son were killed at Tarpon Springs People of Miami Beach have under
; for successful waists and) then
extension a necessity creeks up to their Wozniak was not kidnapped l and mutilated -
two weeks ago by state and city officers taken a good job in the planting of t
to locate
will through dense .
I road construction, and we hope it plunged for revenge.Police
in after Hudnell cocoanut and Washington
a battle, was palms on
nestled the
the still. It was on and
leas examining surgeonsngrecvl'that
you see the name "Bayer" on surprised it was claimed, in the act the causeway that leads to Palm is- come to pass II. Kl. 1
age or on tablet you are not get- banks of one of the many Yellow Water the vital viand taken '

the genuine Bayer product pro- of delivering moonshine whiskey. in land. A few days ago the property creeks and hud been operated during from Wozniak UH he lay helpless' under lor

' "y by physicians over twentytwoand the negro quarters. owners and others planted about 250 the day. The still stand about an anesthetic, was stolen for an \
proved sate by million for of these trees, and it is the plan tofill To Stop a Cough Quick Beneath it twelve
fit eight\ feet high. experiment in !gland transportation y
Colds Headache The of Maxie Roundtree in with oleanders. The tatt HEALING HONEYS a I
I body negro are 'I lIA YES' charcoal burners were placed t Toothache Lumbago employe of the Tampa Dock Com planted fifty feet apart and an oleander cough medicine which *u>p* the cough by A high j
[ Karaohe: Rlieumatiam, healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues. I fires burning night and day. \ with a stronger he met on bin way
[ Neuralgia Pain, Pain pany, was found in the Ybor estuary will divide the space between. f A Iww of GROVES O-PEN-TRATE pressure pump carried water from tho home when four men. leaped on him,

.ppt only "Bayer" package which when the cradle used in hauling the I I SALVE for Cheat Cold. Head Colds! and creek through the comiensor of nearlya threw a bal over his head) and loaded it

IDa proper direction. Handy boxeaelvo steamship Truxillo out on the marine Monticello is to have a plant established Croup Is enclosed: with HONEY.every The bottle salve ofHAYES' 1,000 gallon capacity.St. him Into an automobile. He regained

tablet coot few cents. Drugalxo railway was hauled out of the water. there for handling pecan nuts, should be HEALING rubbed on the chest and throatof connriouHnexx. under a viaduct, andstaggered
ell bottles of 24 and 100. and is well
pleased the
fm i la the trade mark of Bayer The negro had evidently been pinned over idea. children auffering from a Cold or Croup. Johns-The fair association at home, where a doctor wall t,
factii Great quantities of pecans are sold of Har...' Howe N. has decided for a onedayfair
re of Monoacettcacidecter el The k> DWt Ita-linf Hastings\ summ'') IlJ.
I hcacid."Je under the immense cradle when it, shelled and the Irte ih.tbtJl eoml>4i>.H wllto Ih.h. fnSaeeetof 11th
new concern will (, Ofra-Tnu Salv IbIUUllb.. Pn* <" at that place, November -
.1 with the steamship, slipped back in crack and pick them by machinery tb rov.ikin> ooo MOP a oouih. and) are already at work on it. Sign;'" in a garage: "l';<]uip your flivver "
MId the
Rutha.fke renwdlM. .r. per.k..t in onj Mrtoo with our cuckoo clock. When the
the water a week ago. Roundtree was and thus make them cunbiiiadlnMianitl*:Mo. -
? 'y One "BROMO QUININE" the third victim of the unusual accident ready for a special Just ask your druggist for HAYES Walton-Fair enthusiasm is run blamed thing reaches 30 mile an houc N
market. HONEY. the bird out and sings, 'Nearer
_I.R..niiIue.call for full ...m.. LAXA the others being Capt. C. S. HEALING ning high now; it seems we shall have comes
"HMO QUININ$. took'oc.l.n.tur L land. 1"c headache.r..,a.sd.ro.Y-.a Cold la ODe t>cold..T. 8tot tea>e Hyers, master of the craft, drowned Advertise in the Telegraph. Subscribe for the Telegraph the teat fair ever.

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',4\", ''f' 1' humus next spring, if years of oxpcrk'nce haustion when a human life was at-I(i The teachers institute held; Jiere--

tI i, '. Bradford County Telegraph ': ( teaches us anything," says ["take?1 The goal was finally reached last Wednesday was attended by the

-.- -- ..--.---.-.------ I I W. E.: Stokes, grass and forage specialist however, with Colson still in the lead, following' out of town teachers: Miss ..,

: of the Florida Experiment and the victim was at once located Willie Mae Olliver, Messrs. Ardell

i ;I Published weekly and entered a.:<= Station. with the aid of a pocket flashlight, and Claude Crosby, Wm. Craig, of l

l second'class matter, at the pout The foregoing statement Is being, ) but instead' 1 of the supposed woman, Brooker; Prof. Duval, Mrs. Belle

P office at Starke, Florida. sent to farmers of this state by Prof. the victim was a big: Billy Goat stand Wccst and Miss Cecil Hall, of Hampton r

-:- -. -- ."""- Stokes, who 'Is urgently advocating ing on a log submerged about six ; Miss Rhoda Bennett, of Theres-

i E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner I the growing of winter cover' crops for inches. Colson looked at the poor, PH; Miss Ollie Hague, principal Vanderbilt t jh

; four reasons: 'frightened animal still uttering' his school ; Mr. Thorndyke and A 1 ti -

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ,I First, a good winter cover sop will I cries,' for assistance, then turned to Mrs.\ J. T. Moore, of Lawtey; Mrs O. + y

i V 1 :SUBSCRIPTION RATE 'keep any but the most hilly Florida I the other fellows with the ejaculation, L. Morgan, of Pine Forest; Mrs. Per- J

I Per Year _______ _____-________52.00 land from washing. "Well, I'll be-" kins, Mr. Barnes, Misses Delia Lee, a g Waup.saaaadssaaaask Pe
Sl.c.lOd. a cover crop of oats or rye While all this excitement was in Leta Fogg and Minnie Thomas, Mrs. / lktl3..ewnlssq 117SSi9S1Ql1L5tlC6fi! !

ADVERTISING RATES I' fhrow out a network of roots into .progress< ", our !notary R. A. Weeks, Minton, Messrs. Lastinger and Truby mil+Z i :rrmtLiII3tQlllli1RI

;a4 Display, per inch _________u___ .2' I the soil which hold fertility and humus was detained for a few minutes on Pinholster.
1 Plant food that would otherwise account of having misplaced his official -
Plate Matter, per inch __ __un_ .20 |
1 : be leached washed is taken seal. He naturally thought that
Readers, per line ______________ .10 I or away
j uil; the plants and stored. some legal action would be necessary PUBLIC NOTICE

'. j Third, such a crop furnishes green in such instance, and he was going Notice !in henalven) that Hi n mwtlnil of I

I i4 STARKE FLORIDA I I grazing: for livestock when green' filed fully prepared for any emergency.However the for board Bradford of county county rnrnmliwloni'rw Florida held In on and the S

Is the county scat of Bradford county ''i is scarcest and most needed. before he reached the river, I Nth tiny of Octot..... 1022. the following nmnpnmonn f

p i a town of 1500 population; located -,1 Fourth these cover' crops may be he met Colson returning And upon pol rulHtration! books wen nf ordered said. county atrieken for from the renBonn the.

4 in the best agricultural section of 1 plowed under in the spring, in which questioning the latter as to the trou- Further not opposite notice IB aid given nnrm that the hoard of

; the State. ,I: case they add to the soil valuable ble, he received the curt answer: county' rommliwloneifi. will be In Monition onWedneedny

I Starke Is beautifully located ; has humus and plant food for the growing "Nothing but a darn goat on a log"It from 10 ... .m.tho, to 25th 12 m.day. to nwtore of. October uoh. namonon 1(122

+ wide paved streets lined with trees; I I[ of other crops. Or, If desired, such a was after everyone had returned aid have books.been erronrouitly stricken. from the T
'i excellent light water and sewerage crop if planted in the fall, almost. from tho scene of trouble that II. R. J. M. BROWNLEE.

.3 stem well constructed building; always makes a good crop of hay or Brown noticed a Ford touring car AltMtt! G I. W. ALDERMAN.Clerk. Chairman

'It' 'I''I's and high school second to none; grain for feeding stock. making rapid circuits around Tom Prerlnrt. No. 1-LawleyAndfraon. I Juicy Fruit, Peppermintand

I churches, broom factory, national Either one of these four reasons is Stewart's garage. Observing closer Chan W. __._--Moved. from county Spearmint are
Anili-mon. Thou. n.Mov.I from county certainly
known mineral spring and the best sufficient to warrant the planting and this queer action, it was found that: Anderson fieo. ____-_.___Moved 1 from county I
; in the Two railroad had been cut into the Austin, O. S. Moved from county three
t stores ruts deep delightful flavors
country. great --
I growing of a cover crop for winter. Hrown. J. B. ::: :::___:________-... .TeadTlennett. to
I excellent facil! ground forming complete circle . .. .
supply transportation Oats and rye are probably the best a Hiram D --- --- -- Pond I ITlmwnlnK.
', _____ choose from.
Perry Moved from County
)qf'' ities. It is of the largest straw around the It with 00
one suited for this purpose; no other winter building. was Hraveni Gro. II. _.._----Moved from county .

) berry raising sections in the.South. {: cover crctp has ever been found much effort that the driver was caused HiUMniwr., Iili-lln Sam r : .:::::::::M''lin-; ;; -county'niilllmrer. ;Deminnlllfiirer. ;

1 j BRADFORD COUNTY that is better suited to Florida con- to bring the panting Lizzie to a Oha lwck! __________.__u__ .PeadBrowning. And WBSSIEY'S 1 P--.the

Is one of the most fertile counties in ditions. halt who proved to be Mr. Stewart. .Goo. Tililrn W a_.___'_______'Moved._U.h from_._. .countyCarter. Dead "

the state of Florida. As an agricultural After many questions were asked it Fetch Sieve. B. ________.Moved from county new sugar-coated peppermint -
1 Flitch, Henry _._______.____ _____--Dead !:it!
section it has high laurels found that during the excitement ._ .____ .
won EXCITEMENT: IN BROOKERWm. was Ferris Kale' --Moved from counlyfirlfTln. is also I
( _. .. .___ f gum, a great
JMMM. ____ .. __ PraiFlirin.
for its crops. Bradford county is the j Stewart rushed into the garage to Arch L_____________ _____ .-.PeaiCjrilfin
home of strawberries early crank the Ford. The self-starter refusing R. Lewll PeadOrlfTlii. treat for sweet tooth.
crops, in Dire Distress Culls your
G. Out I :
Samuel ---,:::::::::::: ==: Dead
which net farmers big returns. It Is ,, For Heroic l Rescuers to work, he proceeded to crnnk I OHffie. Rnvmonrt __--..__Moved from. county
the home of fine class of farmers it hand. And his II Hnmnton Kd: ____.___..__Moved from county N
a a by not realizing Hutchinson A. 1\. --____--Mo\ed from. county All arc from the Wrigley
_____...__ .__ __._.._
community in which people can enjoy' During the recent heavy rains, our : greatly increased strength, due to excitement .lohnn. Pavld B. Dead '
Wm. A. -------Moved from county factories
living. little burg has been completely cut off : he placed too much pressure 1 .Toyner. n. M. ____-_.-_..-Moved from county where perfection
K..n. Hnrley Moved from
Any information regarding/ Starke'or from the outside world, as far as travel on the front of the cur, which Mime, John __--_.____.__--Moved from county is the rule.

Bradford county will be gladly furnished by vehicle is concerned. No"one resulted,,, in a warped steering geur. I Minvley.rton. Th.filbert.. --------Moved. _____.___.____from_____.PeadMi "'

t by the Bradford County Tele- dared to venture over the treacherous Not taking notice of the damage donein Mnhofie. M. C. ___________Moved from county county < ....
11vvue..lcme. ______.___._Moved from county .'"
'i graph. ,, roads and bridges.! Every stream in cranking, Stewart backed out and McMillan{ ) J. M. _______..Moved. from county : ";
proceeded forward, only to return ina Overttreet W. L. _._..nMuv..d from county !
been swollen E
this has past r'
vicinity t'carce G. T. ._________________ _..Dead I :: W
\ FISH ANI'IWTECTOS/ : \ all previous high' water marks: from few minutes to the point where he Paul Harry _?___?_?.Moved. from county Save the N'1' \\

( the torrents that descended for forty- had started from, milking a cnmplet.'eclrde Padgett.Paul! J. F.Mdti.--.Moved. .__--...--Moved from from county county I I I .. '7 '

State Sh,1Fish\ Commissioner of the garage. It seemed he Rowe David M. __._..___Moved from county wrappersGood J .2
eight hours continually. Robert. Jamea. ____________PeadKeynirldH.
t r i'' Hodges, discussing the salt water fishing These unusual conditions naturally I I failed to realize that he was runningin lHaaa .u.nu -__Dead for ) A- I JROGLEY5

industry said: "The press of the caused a little excitement among our I a circle, because his one thoughtwas Sapp Starting, Leonard. Joe J. L._______---Moved______Moved from from county county valuablepremiums i; f

state has frequently mentioned editorially good citizens. Some feared that a ,, to "Gass-er" from the speed that Starlintr.' John II. .____..Moved from county m. plHy! f." : M ibW
___ .
Small Mary _____Moved from
county L. .az.
the value and importance of friend might venture into the flooded I he was making. The ruts around the Snpp' Myrtle _- .____._._Moved from county
t, ; the fish and game of Florida and the building showed beyond a doubt that Sttpp, Mary __ ______....Moved) from county
in effort protect propertyand
area an ThiimMimn. James ______Moved) from county ,
t laxity of the laws governing: same in get injured or j several miles had been made while ev- TiiuMl RaymondMoved from. county
some way per- White. Jno. K, ___._____._Mo\d from
l but they failed to segregate the fresh haps drowned. Others feared that I ery minute the driver expected to I Warren Tom D. _____--_.. Moved,) from county county iUJ' t 1
i. Wm>ten. G. C. ___ __ .. ... U
from the salt water fish. There cant reach the place where the cries of 00 Mov. from county p
their cattle were caught in the flood Wilson lantuh --__--____.Moved from county C31
be no doubt but that the laws for the and swept away. In fact every imagination I help were coming from. Prerlnrt No. 2-Starke (north)
Alvarri. O. F:. __..__...____. _..
protection of the fresh water fish Even though it was only a goat it ..
are ,
was full of disastrous fancies, Andreu.. Romeo J. ____ _Mnv_l from .....*,...
t lax and are not enforced but the of the Johnstown shows that in a case of necessity our Bryan. B. H. IZ-::==IIIIIlLV :::ILr"l: >:ad [
,. . mental pictures I Cox, Henry ......_ __ ______ 1 If r, (
fellows lend --- -Drnd !!JfmctI) [ rHOT llIJW.W'mll"; :><[)tI"'n' :""" )< )(''' [) ) ,] )
} j same cannot be said of those govern' flood, and other calamitous incidents are always ready to their (raimva. J. 10'. _.--_.-..- --Moved from county I flntnlx'srxwAnnouncement
ing the salt water fishing industry! assistance itchy, A. S. ..__00________.._____ ___Dend. ''
that have gone in history"" as the Durllnir. C. S. ..-----.,---____________Dend 'f:
"The laws for the protection of the', catastrophes of their kind, A READER. Deal, l.rookn i_..........Moved from county I
' greatest Edward: W. F. ----.-___________ _Dend : ,
' Halt water fish are adequate with perhaps were visible on every face. I Klli-mon.: Octavin --- .-----_______-_.Demi. ,rI jj I
I one or two exceptions and ,I ''''''InRn. Albert H. _?._-.Moved. from county .
a i However, the grand climax of all I Frcomun *r-".." Will _..M..etl. from county M '
g1 being enforced over a territory of approximately the excitement came about 0:30: Fowler 1..IAh ___------.Move.l from county K "
t I n..lwlne. Frank Sr. ------hovel from I ift
three thousand" miles of o'clock :Sunday:; nljt'ht.11': Bruning, Keep on the pavement, stay in Graham. W. H. --M"v... from county county t

e, coast. The Shell Fish Departmenthas who live but a short distance from Starke, wait for the coming o+ dry Gaines Harvard; ; Julv W. nnnnM..v..d R. --_____...Moved. from from county county. g i

+ no appropriation from the state the Santa Fe river was just preparing weather and don't forget that better Hnlllr( n. Ted If. ___.IW.I. ) I II
J nek II
A. J.--.Moved
,. ; government but relies exclusively: on to retire when a very unusual days are coming by and bye when I Jitcknort turn Alvin ________.__Mnve*...from from county county .I tt

;t \ the taxes collected from those engaged \ sound penetrated the calmness of the our roads wil be as firm as the Rock l.uw Ktthl.' ,Ii.W.0.It._:::..._....--....._...Moved Moved:: from from: county j *I ih I wish I :

: ..p in the industry to carry on the night IU was not sure at first from of Gibraltar und as long as the state I Lnw. Ally It. ._______Moved from. county county to announce to the public that I
Mott, _____ I I'
N. C. ____ ..
\ -- -- from :
work. The department has more than what "source" the noise came, but he 'of Florida. Have patience, our representatives / hlc'leneghnn J. H. _____Muv..d from county county t have sold interest .
; McLane Htreoe ___ an in drug store to S
." ;:j paid expenses, accumulated considerable listened with great interest after the are making all possible McLenu rare m. __nMuv..d___. ..move*! from from county : my .t

.:t property, enforced the law anddeposited first cry. In a few moments the sound i speed for betterment. 1 !Powell.'Shlpman 1 W.E. C 11. ----.Moved. ____ -_county_Demi I i! Mr. J. E. Corpening.
-- from |
t I) money in the general revenue came again und it was!: in the direc-! Tomlinson. J. Pitt ...__..Moved from county county iIj j
... fund in the state treasury during! (ion of the flooded swamn, just buck CROSBY-LEACH Precinct No. 3-Sl..rl.. (south) u Mr.
a the Carter S. A. -__.._____ .Moved. from county lit Corpening will assume full charge
present administration. --
: of his Held The yoke was, no doubt, Campbell R.: T. ____._____Moved from county" I i

i > "The fresh water fish and game are that of a human, and sounded! wry Mr. J. J. Crosby and Miss Alice Pnrhy Cnmiiliplt.Morgan Elhnlona.Moved.._.___.Moved from county ) having exclusive after November
-- from county management
: the greatest attractions Florida has effeminate, too. So while !h.<.. r.tood u.i Leach were quietly married by Rev.C. Dover... Perry. -_..r._.---._--._-__...____Dend I

to offer the many tourists who annunl- his porch trying' to decide what to 010,1 A. Crosby at the home of the r Kdwarilt.hoep., .AU lean l ert -'-.---_:_-?_-?-_.Moved. ..'n from. .county_Dell I| 1 1st. .,

a y ly invade her sunny borders, except the pitiful sound again reached groom, Oct. 8th, at 8 o'clock p. m. Futrh Futrh. -1 Mudvre. K.. _---.,.-__.___-__._.Moved_Moved from county ) ftt .
-- from
.' her magnificent climate, but they can I ears. This time a question no longer The groom is a prosperous l anI'' Cntlin. Mttrthn ___..'......_?...___.,,..... cOllnLv'I l I i:tt u i F. L. TURNER .

not be classed as an 'industry' while remained in his mind. It was a wom highly respected farmer of the Rising Lone F'ominopav, rmnk. 21 H.:: .D..._:-:::..Moveil:; -from..county'Dead :itt N:?:] tMerritt

1 4. the salt water fishing can be so classed an's cry for help. Mental pictures of section, while his bride is the attractive Allllji MHlfl.., J.Roht.B. .W._n_..._._-_._..,_-.Moved Moved from from county > I

i ( for it in the direct means of supporting some poor unfortunate whi 'hud ventured and industrious daughter of Mr.\ Prenrott, filndvft .- ._ Moved from county county ''F.I-TJ
nichnrd. Henry C, ::::. ::Moved:, from::::: : **
t morn people than any other into those mud rushing watersin L. L. Leach, of Starke. Richiinl., Clam L. .____.-_.Moved, from county county {j .

industry in the state except farming, t' an effort to cross the Ward Ford\, The ceremony was attended by a j I I I I Turner.Wells. RuHe W. M._. -'___-___.__Moved Miwrd. from from county | 1101' ...'.

.' and a great many farmers are altfI not knowing the condition of the river large: number of friends and relatives Wells. Hurry -. ._...____-.Moved from county county (
C rl' watetv fishermen In' common par came to his mind. He could see the of the contracting parties. I flurry. J. Precinrl C. _.____No.__..Grnham-..,..- .-..._.Trml) "I ,fr t A
11'k r' lance it jiienns 'grub while the other with the last I No,..",.,., Perry .-_Moved from county
creature clinging R
poor Price. M. P. --?_.. ___._.Moved. from
I i' l is sport"y thread' of strength to a floating wagon I.oke-Thirt.two members 'of the Surrency J. L. ,. L.Move.l. from county county I 1G1 lk: tnlnIC: :" =""I!'!! 'o)<')
r .. If anyone doubts that the fishing 1 body, the rest of the team being swept Leesburg Citrus Club, leading growers Adams. !...!?Prelnrt...,. --_..No._--6-Hampton_____-.-._ i r

1 laws are being enforced they should away by the waters; and perhaps the met Oct. 7th, to discuss die- Cowtn(;Clyrttt, G.F. W.H. .. ..__.?_--Moved-.-.Moved from county, /
---- from cotintv
"I take a look into Commissioner Hodges' back. Hick. Jo I
of the vehicle drown-
j other r
occupants -- ---u.O'a"
_____ .
Hunfnr. o H. .-.Moved J. R. _.__Move! from county
; "private cellar" in Tallahassee,1''t'd. Several times while he stood re- .lone. Wm. ._:_-_.._.. _from./: ---l county>ad I Murn.ll. Wm. B. .__._ __________ _._.Dead l
where he stores the illegal nets and Wllkulla-Thls la sendingan Msrw ell. J. M. Melvin C. C. __.___--____Moved from. county
t l viewing this horrible scene, the heart county Mulladv.John.Moved-- -from county' MHlnhum. H. T. _--______Moved from county Heavy HaulingI
I ( gear that are captured by his deputies touching cry reached him. exhibit to the State Fair, and I Salfl. W. G. -_. .._ _.Moved from Newvom A. O. --___._.__Moved from county 9
( !Snxon' W. T. ___Moved county I'almor. L. D. ..___.____..Moved, from county
i; :+ and shipped there for safekeeping He know that alone he would bepowerll'ss have been entrusted with its prepara- Saxon H. Y. __-.-,-_-_.---___-Moved from from county Ftulicett R. I*. .____--___--Moved, from county
4' when those engaged ''in fishing: in rendering assistance, tion. Smith M V. .,_-_...Moved. from county county. Plnholnter. W. E. .__..__.Moved from county am equipped for hauling of
(, I sa Precinct No. Purrinh. J. P. ._________Moved from county
flee to themosquito woods and leave their illegal he rushed to neighbor Andrews' "reh.' Ilnnnah River .rrloh. .J. R -_________,Moved. from countv, kinds; can move any and all kinds
( I over I -------------o.a" Plnhobiler." I. W. ___.__._____ .
Cariale W. M. ____.__-Moved nn -Dt'nd heavy'
1r nets behind. When prisoners phone and spread a general alarm His Edward: E. W------------ .Mov .l from from county Parrnlt, Mn. --______________ ---...(J I, are taken, both prisoners and nets Fornyth. J. H. ._...___-.Moved* from county Ru.n.*ll. A. B. ..__..____.Moved from county
for assistance not in vain ,
appeal was Sheppanl. 0 W. county RMiileraon. J. C. -___.___..Moved from
are turned over to the sheriff. You ----------Moved 1 from county Richard. C. M. ________
because,, in five minutes the entire lit Precinct No -- Moved from county
J It MADE AHhott. J. A. 9--Brook r ftAinvy. J. H. _,.___.___..Moved from county D. BOREE
will find this cellar from -.Moved
in, anything tale ?- from
tle town was scene of action. Every Androu. E. B. Jr. _.._...Moved from county Shirley. T. B. .-..-.-...-.Moved from county
a net to a gigantic seine I life-saving device was TO MEASURE Andi-mon. E. N. ...,-.__.Moved from county Shaw J.. Ma I. _____Moved from eounty
imaginable R rook., J. F. _..___-Moved county Surreney. J. L. -_-- ___.Moved from county
three miles or more in length and frog county Shaw. J. .B.
Rrnntia. R. _
quickly gathered together, flashlightsand -Moved ---------------.D.I!
9 capable of sweeping the entire waters the from the AU WOOL UNt Byrd., W. .P.wR..ed..n. :.--_--.-..Moved: from from county county Surrency. H. C. ____ __Doa lanterns gleamed in darkness. W. Surreney. L F. ------Moved from
j ", of a river und denuding''it of small 'Garage doors were quickly thrown Colaon II...,.,.. .F.R. 0.--------W.-------Moved_?_ ..-.----.-.-,.from.....-?count.Dead Sowell.Shaw. L.L.W.W.t..._*._._____.___._.___.Moved Moved from from county county

i fish anl. destroying the feedings from county Stewart, Joe S. _____ __ county
open and a dozen Fords sputtered Coition, J. <1. -----"___.Moved, from -- Moved from county tarns and scalds !
county Shirley D. P. ..________
rrounds. Some of these seines are Crosby. L. W. .___.Mnved -- Moved from county
n" -- from
their familiar exhaust from all county Stcphenaon. .
C. O.
{ ('lemon L. Moved from
: J worth three or four thousand dollars of town. No "body" of trained men Cntiw. R. L. -----------Moved,*-*..-,.:-._...Moved from from county Stephen:: Samuel ij-:-:::Moved from: county county MENTHOLATUM
; count ..._
Stfareon. Henry ..
Carver, .____ Moved from
- J. C. ----
.. piece. I -lIIov..d from county Shaw T. M. ____ ._.___ county
could have responded more< quickly ClemonH. My ..._.Moved from h" Moved from county cools the pain anaLJwalstheblistf
county smith Albert __._____
Cnlson -- Moved from
i The court docket kept in the com I G. B. (Runt) Colson was the tree 1I Cone. Van Myrtle --"--.Moved from county Tillta. H. F.*._-._____. county
missioner's office at the state capital + C...._. Virginia---------.Mov.d_... from Bounty. Warren. H. S. ----.--_..-_-.Moved-------Croon county
::1' hero of the catastrophe, as his Ford -- -Moved from county Walker. E. R. ___ .., _____ _. ,
Pouirlass, J. A. ...... ---- .Dead
shows many arrests and convictions Moved from county WlUon." J. H. .. ___
i 1 y was the first to reach, the scene of Dyal. F1. .--.Moved. from ---? --- -- --Dead
f fi for violations of the salt water fish "uk... S. D. county Ward. W. J----------.Moved from county
the trouble. With his searchlight ---- -- d Ward T. P. -
laws but the commissioner has not '- Oval""III. Harvey U J. .--_......Move---------. Weeka. J. G. :::=::::::__Moved from; _county.Dead I
he and
the ..
through -
playing swamp Watta. J. B. __ _.__Moved A TONIC
Donna W. R. ._. --- from
the fresh fish -.Moved from I
I jurisdiction over water him -- county Warren Ada _......Moved
who fmm
I several others accompanied Pysl. R. D. __.. --- county
of the state. ,, Fowler, O. H-.. .Moved.Moved from from county Woodard, John -.________Moved from county OroyeT..telesa chill Tonic resort
plunged into the cold dark waters, county I I
j Fowler. W. C.
Moved) from Energy and a.-.i
: ? ? Vitality
rli : ]i I( making all possible speed to the spot Ratlin. J. H. _.....__.Moved from county county: Tutt's by Purifying '*
r Gal ney H. --_ _.Moved front Pills Enriching the Blood. When you feet I
i FOUR GOOD! UEAhONS FOR A : from whence came those calls for help Ginn. W. I.. .-- .Moved from county. how
i, county 1 F strengthening,inviiioratlng effect see
tuna P. 9 __ .Moved. from
WINTER COVER CROP By this time several' other cars had Hudtf. ._ -. county" it
l I H. H. _--.Moved from county The fir* doe .-w... brings color to the cheek and !howit >
Hall. Daniel l ....... the Invalid
t arrived the all followed ,..
I anil occupants -
------ nd.D
--------- D
i Hall. A. I>. _.-._-__Mov.,l from eounty ihrini bninxiUle ..GeI, ....*.u.g Improves the appetite you vrta tb
"Mr. )Farmer, a cover crop of oat the course of Colson, guided by more Modire*. O. I,. ,_ -.__.Moved from county bowels Bad Jlg.eU_.....Inducing l I appreciate Its true tonic value.
Kelley. C. M. _...
or rye is just the thing you are looking searchlights. After wading for about I..wie. H. L. _?,.,,--__-.Moved-----from county.Dead Grove' Tasteless chill Tonic is /limpl

t- for to keep your land from washing five hundred yards, the men were all I r oxrw Lambric.Lynn. Z. 3.O. ._._..-------Moved., *.____Moved from from county GOOD DIGESTIONColds Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. S"

this winter, to hold the soil's fertility compelled to swim, as the main channel I.e..... S...,. .-....__.-__Movr.1 from county county pleasant even children like It. The bloat
Litrramnr G. R. ....._..Moved from Cause (Jrlp and Influenza needs IRON W
had been reached. It county QUININE to Purify It and
of the river
to furnish green pasturage for ? I.ynn. M. ..-...-..___M.v d from aunty
the winter was a battle against the strong current NAT STERN BERG M! .."tvin. O. W. _._,_.Mo e-mwra rh.iae Enrich, It. Destroys Malarial germs snd
ti your livestock through Murrheo.. a __ .Moved from county .. r.._ !* c land with too, hut whit was a little ex STARKE, FLA. Murrh**, W. L. ..Moved '.
months and to supply.your .7- -. _from county I ;: W.C Jvzs.Ignamr.io,opt: ;:a.: I[ sung Effect Soc.n .
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I Gaiety Theatre I.A-WTEY I of Florida said,county at tho and courthouse stole, on in Monday Starke--,, GET RID--OF-THAT-" --

11 Bits t.1 Lawtey, Oct. 20.-Mrs. M. E. Todd, the 6th day of November, A. D. Ift'JJ: : ,
of LocalInformation
of Fort ,
Myers, spent a few days here! at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m., of said

.. last week as guest of Mrs. M. E, day to serve as grand and petit ju1'01'11 |i "TIRED FEELING"DO \
FRIDAY. OCT. 20 Edwards. Mrs. Todd was a formeresident r for the I
body of the county of \ou fool run 'd half
PEARL WHITE in "ANY WIFE" having/ come to Lnwtpy wit!c Bradford at the fall term, A. D. l III! :22!: I sick all the tinu"1 Are vu' thin, I
L :MUTT & JEFF COMEDY: her husband, Dr. E. A. Todd, over 40 1 of our circuit court, in and for said |p.>.ii',! r.isily tired-no: energy, no
C..arwl Orr tr...,, p.., a years ago, where she lived until 1"; ambition no "pep" .
'-tJ.... .. .. C..al..4 T_ county, to-wit: I
years ago. She was one of the organizers 1. Silcox, David I Noi i is HIP lure to take Cude'3 1'
SATURDAY, OCT. 21 / of the V. I. S., through (2)) 1 IVpto-M.inK.in: It will brace you up,
2. Griffis M. M. (3H. ) give you a delightful
-- .. BEN: WILSON in MOUNTAIN: DEW. whose efforts j feeling viitor
untiring the
1 bountiful and] l
: Alvarez, Joseph M. .(2)) ,: ambition enruh your blOt>t.l buiUI
(s C. Sweat spent Monday in Ack- i I Sell\ your chickens and eggs to Kickliter : :MACK SENNETT COMEDY: oak trees of today make it one of I. Anlrpws.s. V. (II) I I I firm color: solid Hush mid bring thu healthy ff

nville on a business trip. I for the cash. I PAWNBROKER'S HEART" the prettiest little towns in the state. 5. Thomas!, Mallory ((3): ) ;,i Your back to your skm.
Her friends here > dniKKit-t: : has Gudu'll-Liquid
many ore always
i 6. Silcox: James L. (2)) or solid, us you palter.
Hauling: -We haul everything. D. J J. II. Moore, grower and shipper of i iI .\IONl>AY. OCT. 23 glad to give her a welcoming/ hand 7. Brown, Easter (.'O) :

lioree's Garage; Phone 60. I Lawtey, was in town Saturday. HERBERT RAWLINSON in Dr. G. W. Brown was a professional 8 Quigley, J. T. (
"MAN UNDER COVER"INTERNATIONAL visitor to Middleburg Wednesday.Mr. !>. lloyd. J. G. (CO: ) ii

Mrs. J. T. :Moore, of Lawtey, was a Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent Tuesdayin : and Mrs. Sumter Duresse, of 10. Neal, Ed I ((2):!) peptoMangan
uest Wednesday of Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Jacksonville. NEWS Charleston, S. C., were !nests last :11. Moore, Tom J. ((1)I ) ; j
IIni ,
week of their uncle
aunt, Mr.
12. Parker W. M. Tonic and Blood
arcs.o ((7)) j I ;
TUESDAY, OCT. 21 and Mrs. A. Ii. lIa1'1!'y. : r
Dr. E. 13. .
L. made Harrell
Biggs a professionalvisit J. L. ((1)I ) j I
Miss Nelle Roberts, of Lawtey, to Lawtey Sunday.Dr. CONWAY TEA RLE in John Roberts of Jacksonville, was It. Kemlricks: Thomas N. (2)( ) !!' .

went Saturday with. her sister, Mrs. I "LOVE'S :MASQUERADE"15th the week-end guest of his father, E. 15. Jones, J. V. ((5)\) \i-I
J. Roberts.S. :
F: L. Biggs. i W. E. Middleton made tt profes- Episode of "WHITE EAGLE"; 16. Phillips, C. M. ((7)) 'j .
sional visit to Hampton last Monday. A. Bryan, of Starke, was a visItor 17. Alvarez, Alonzo ((2)) KYANIZE

Mrs. 'P. B. Hunt, of lJamp"t;;, wasH THURSDAY, OCT. 26 to Lawtey Sunday. 18. Baylos, It.) J. ((6)) I i..

guest Tuesday of Mrs. W. E. Mid- Flour-all grades and prices-at Mrs. M. E. Edwards was a business 19.! Green: Lorenzo ((2)) i t
cilcton. Klckliter's.Paul visitor to Starke Monday. 20.( Parmenter, R. U. *'((1)) I' We have just received a new ship '\ .

Mrs. James E. Goodfellow and chil- 21. Wainwright, James II. ((1)1) I ineiit of KYANIZE, that \Lest of all ,

Mrs. \Vm., Struth is visiting her E. Canova, Jr., was a business INTERNATIONAL NEWS dren returned homo Sunday, after 22. McNenl, R. L. ((2)) I Vnriilshea. i Ii, '

daughter, Mrs. L. M. DeSha, in Jnckunville. visitor to Jacksonville on Friday last. spending the past four months in different i :23.; Groover, J. R. ((8)) I| AIm Phi'rwin-U'illinms pninti < 1'

Admission, lOc & 2.">c. Time, 7:1:>. portions of the North. I 21. Andrews, John S.; ((1)) I there arc nolle belter.We ,'

Miss Lucille Deal 1 I. visiting relatives George: Anderson and A. M. man-I 2;:. Alvarez\ Britt ((2)) I handle Lumber, Paints, HailJ- I .

Mrs. M. E .Edwards, of Lawtey, here, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINThe chard motored to Stnrko Friday af 2(1.(! Alvarez, Errol ( era' Hardware and Supplies.Ve : 1

punt Monday with her daughter, Mrs ternoon. 27. )Forsyth, J. S. ((3)I) I I give our entire time and, attrition to (. ,;
4 Z. Adkins.J. Mrs. J. J. Sparkman and Miss Alice regular services of the church Rev. and Mr. C. J. Haminitt were 28. Andreii, K. B. ( ) ,these I lines and will endeavor to please I. ,

i Agin/ returned home last week from wil be held on Sunday, the pastor occupying visitors to Jacksonville Wednesday. 2:1.!) l'arl1ll'ntl.Jalllcs\ L, (I) i iM. I'I )\' t I I.ou. .'

L. Jennings arrived home n visit with relatives In Tampa. the pulpit. The weather last Miss Bessie Terry, of Jacksonville, : Brown, Henry U. ((3)) I .
luy night: from a business Thurs-/ Sunday was very unsuited to air ship I spent Sunday hero with her parents' 31. KUkliter, James F. ((2)) | Consumers Lumber[
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. I
1 eorgia.; / Miss Mamie Everton and brother, flying, the result being that the dark, Terry. 32. Andreu, Iril VV. (CU: )

Otis Everton, of Chattanooga/ are heavy and wet atmosphere kept the Mrs. II. V. Skipper, of Jacksonville, 33. Mefood\ J. J. ( I U 1 ,

II. M. Click spent Friday and visiting their uncle, Rev. Daugherty.,: ships from ranking much of a (light. was called hero ]last week on accountof I :31. frown, ]Henry Y. (2( > :

urday here enroute to his sat-I' Some did well, however, as the chart E.; E.tho illness of her daulhtprIrM.! 35. Britt, C. A. ((5)) j I Company IJ i 3' .

Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brinson left will Indicate on Sunday; and all will Burney. aGo( :Molt, G. C. (1)t ) I tt

Monday for a week's visit with relatives be anxious to learn who reaches London Miss! Katie Douglass, of Jacksonville In witness! whereof, I havo hereuti i, STAKKE, FLORIDA.Removal.

Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long, of Pa-' at Bainbridge, Ga. first. Be on hand at !0:15: : for the spent Sunday with friends here. to set my bund and nfflxod t oho seal of I ----- --
Edwards returned homelnst -
'atka, spent Thursday with Mr. and song service. Edward our said. Circuit Court, on this I'.Hli'!))
:Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. Col. Floyd Green is in Bartow on Divine worship at 11:00: a. in., when week from Gainesville, where ho day of October( A. D. 1022.: : I
has been for several I weeks.
business before the Polk county cir- the pastor will begin a series of sermons employed G. W.DKRMAN) : ,
Mrs. Edith COY of Jacksonville,
H. A. Bishop and family have inovd cuit court. based on tho twenty-first chap- (Seal\) Clerk! Circuit Court! i I
week-end visitor to the hon
into Dr. Campbell's residence on ter of John. The general! topic will was a e ii
of her sister, Mrs. I R. :M. Tracy.J. i The Battery Charging! and Vulca- '
The Bradford High School's] bas- be "A the first !' .1
outh Walnut street. Fishing Expedition, t'I'LPKITKR) : COMING:; i ,
P. Hodges of Jacksonville, visited ; -
I ketball teams are holding daily prac- sermon being "Going Fishing." Thisis The pastor ban just received a telegram I Bur-aws ,
Half a carload of barrels has been tice sessions! at the court on Walnut] an interesting incident in the life of relatives here Sunday. from Brother J. B. Ciilpepper, | garage r-
Mrs. Kate Uoyd, of Luke Butler, Is II in Cherry) street, where it will he in
received by J. L. Stevenson to be used street. the dibciples, and the sermons pro- saying Unit he will be with us for a 1 j ,. I
spending. u few days at the homo of barge experts.! Call on us and
in shipments of pecans. mise to be as Interesting.The series of meetings beginning/ Thur-I .
her brother J. S. Andrews.M. a try-out. I
Miss Elma Robinette has returned B. Y. P.-\!. meets this Sundayat day, Oct. 2th.(! Wo have had his pro 1

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Brush and son, from her vacation spent at Perry, and 6:30: to correspond with the changein L. Loudholtz, of Jacksonville, noise fur some time to come, but n I

Francis, of Gainesville, spent the has resumed her work with the Bradford the hour for worship, which will spent Sunday here with his family. series of unavoidable circumstance! D. BOREE
The New River Baptist Association I
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. II.Vewsome. County Abstract Co. be at 7:30.: node it impossible] to ,set. a definite I
It China Grove church lust week
Dr. Bullen has announced a seriesof ''date. Several meetings/ he had runtime
Dr. Parks has recently equipped his was!' well represented by tho Lawtey '
for the next four 'over
sermons !; Sunday and sickness on the part I
Miss Jeanette Durden, who has office with first class operating room the subject being "God's church all three days.
evenings, of the! elder Ciilpepper; made it. Impossible ''HomeBakery
been visiting her sister, Mrs. O. L. fixtures and is now prepared to care Jewels." The topics will! be: Oct. 22nd, Jesse Reddish was a business visitor to announce the date enrlier
returned to her home in more efficiently for his ever Increas- to Starke Friday. (
Beasley, has "The Scriptural Symbol; Oct. 29th, Thu Culpepper evangelistic party/
ing family of patients.Rev. I Laurie Edwards: visited friends in !: You can buy Bakery goods from us
Tampa. "Their Formation; Nov. 5th, "Their l'onKlshIf Rov..1. B. Culpepper, Sr, I '
Macclenny] Friday.Mr. and pay no score than It mists you to
Character;" Nov. 12th, "Their Va- and his MOil, Rev..r. B. Culpepppr, and :
I. W. Kickliter is in bed with I and Mrs. J. J. Mc-Leod returned make them yourself.VIIY !
:Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, accompanied riety. Dr. Bullen has handled many their two wives The elder Culpepper $
from Melrose, where \ WORK FOR so'nus.OUI' ( .;:?
the fever. As his homo Friday
by her daughter, Mrs. D. T. presence thousand dollars worth of jewels, and ; is known throughout America, 111.1hEI,1 i
will be missed in places his they spent ten days with relatives. bread, is fresh daily. Wn .also y ,
Hark, returned Saturday from Jack- many has made a special study of them, and I meetings in Stinkn unme veary''!'
many friends hope for a speedy re- | Mrs. F. H. Simmons, of Jackson- int..1 I make rolls/ cakes and pies. Give us a' "
sonville.! in this series! of sermons will be able ago and many souls were horn
covery. to impart considerable knowledge of | vile, spent Sunday here. the Kingdom. God has' used this !goodman trial
Reddish was culled to TKADH: AT IIOMKTurner's : ,
Mrs. J. B. Godbold and little son,' them as he presents the line made of I Jesse and I thousand, and, thousands, of'. '
James, of Jacksonville, are guests Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor, of Camp- them in the Bible to set forth the I Wnterouk \ "sisteimMrs. of the souls have been horn into the Kingdom I

this week of Mrs. Go bod's sister,, bellton, has a 10 pound. baby girl characteristics of and the value God illness of her Tom Mor through his ministry He i is tins: BakeryDOTfNOW

Mrs.! S. S. Dowling. came Oct. 11 tho M r, Taylor] is a places upon those! who do Ills will. ton.Mrs. author of the well known book, "Some j '
Francis Wigguis, of Jacksonville -
I Starke boy. The little girl fs Mrs. Both series will be helpful to all who Women I Have Known." I
Mrs! L. E. Dowling, who has been |I I1V. II. Taylor's first grandchild. can attend. Decide to hear thorn. all. spent Sunday hero with her Let every Christian be much in

visiting her daughter, Mrs.! W. E. Bring your friends with you. A special mother, Mrs. Louise Lowery. prayer that God. will grunt us u graclous .
to her''I Remember that next Monday, the Fred and) David :Moore were transacting !- j jI
:Middlcton, returned :Monday welcome to newcomers to Starke revival. Ro much In prayer
home at Eau Gallie. j 23rd: the sanitary inspection of the and vicinity. business in Sturke Friday. strive with God. for the salvation! of t 1
: town will take Clean Mrs. Afrvil !Moscley, of C'luy Hill,
j place. up your souls, fellow Christians. am 1 preparing special bargains of j,
Carl Johns, who is attending the premises and remove unsightly ob- FINE SERVICES visited relatives here Saturday. There will bo regular services next I equipped farm. hinds including/ straw P

University of Florida, at Gainesville, jects. R. B. Osteen, of Jacksonville, spent Simdav, preaching/ both' at'.ncint!' :rind berry crops) in cultivation, hi be listedin

spent the week-end with his parents, Sunday here with his family. evening by the pastorRemi'ml : our nationally. iirculated, catalogue.Our .
:Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns. Roger Wells, of Jacksonville, was Despite the bad weather and threat- Mrs. B. L. Bnni'hard, and daughter, ) >ei. the special mi"initM t tl I hat must Inin the New York of- ,

in Sturke Saturday greeting his many ening storm, every Sunday school Helen, are spending a few day with I I, 'SMITH; I ,lee not Liter, than Oct. :201! )h. If you

Mr. and Mrs. George Dover and friends.. Mr. Wells owns property class room wan represented at the relatives in !\Ielrolle. I'aatii" I have nnv bargains you should list
here where he lived analhe Presbyterian church last Sunday. Dr.) O.V.. Brown wits. a visitor to
Ron, of Minnesota, who have been visiting formerly i m mi"- with me at once, and I will !give
his sister, Mrs. Fred Flume, is much interested in the town's Both morning and, evening servicesat :Maxville Sunday.Dr. von the bt-ntflit' / l "f the greatest adv/'roslng /
to visit MrsRohert' progress. the church were well attended and I';. L. Hijrgs and Leslie Turnerof JOSNWHiTE&CO, In the
have /gone to Jacksonville country. ,,
the congregation listened with great Ktarke were visitors to I.awt..yHun.hty. ...--u.n. .1
J. C. Starling, of Tampa, father of interest to the enlightening sermonsof ...-.. I. ttlr F L. ;
ulronl Farm
the Rev T. J. Hedges. Rev. tn the heavy ruins from Friday wwv Agency
Friends. of Miss Flossie Rigdon will C. C. Starling, passed! through Starke pastor I Owing Ln v. raw '
Monday his to Tallahassee Hedges on Sunday next will preach noon to Sunday night there were
be glad to know that she has recently on way I [C I
graduated in nursing./ Miss Rigdon is where he will take part in the upon the same topic as last Sunday no church 'services at either of the But Furs "!.afl/l'Ht Pnrm Agency in the World" t

ever ready to render her services to reunion of Confederate Veterans.! On morning. "Everybody's Opportunityfor churches here Sunday.Mrs. - G.; M. IS. IAN

the public. his return he will be the guest of his Things Eternal," : Charles Strickland, of Starke, Loral Representative ,

son for a few days. A cordial invitation is extended to visited her parents here Sunday. \ SI.HOO.IIIW) ) to he spent thin yrar in advertising

Mrs. Reed McMasters and little the public. rENT-A-\VORD

son, George Riley of Tampa, are visiting Little produce was shipped from GAIETY. ()famrUUA;: Y ..

Miss Kate Livingston/ who returned this section during the rainy spell. ,

Saturday from a visit in Tamp But Wednesday morning no less than /, WAVE IT The new Gaiety; Theatre presenteda I Hemingway'sCash '

i 88 packages were sent to Jacksonville, MADE TO line, neat and pleasing appearanceon 'I

containing peppers, eggplant, butter MEAURCNAT the opening night, last Friday. Market

Earl Middleton, who has been and crook-neck squash and chickens. +r :Manager J. C. Robinson was in receipt FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry i''

upending his vacation with his parents These came from Brooker.N. of scores of compliment an the plants, grown from pure mountain at the depot i iI
HtfM-k. $TGO 1,000.> L. T. Bell,
Middleton of his tireless efforts in giving
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. fruit I '
returned to Savannah Monday, where D. Wainwright went to Lawtey the public a real, live and modern Waldo, Fla. 1013.5t I 'Meats that satisfy 1 1j } '
Monday to visit his mother, Mrs. E. house. it
he Is employed in Knight's Pharmacy. motion! picture
J. Wainwright, who is ill with dengue Price, Reduced FOR SALE Fine bacon hogs also j I Vegetables : !

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simmons are fever at the home of her son, T. L. Not content with giving the public pork hogs!, from 0 months t<> ono All kinds fruit : :

spending this week at' the home of Wainwright. Mrs. Wainwright had a new theatre, the manager in also year old. Hampshire and DurocH i

Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Mrs. been to Jacksonville, but on arrival at / u; /giving a new admission! price, a price J. R. MooreRoute A, Box 72, Green i Free Delivery ,

Simmons was formerly Miss Ethel Lawtey was too ill to return to her within the reach of all. Admissionsin Cove Springs, 11*., or MMdleburg: ,

Hunt and Mr. Simmons Is night operator own home. the future will be 10 cants and 25 Fla. 10-13-21 I '

at the depot while Mr. Neal U cents It is hoped that theatre goers WANTED-Corn In shuck, 00 cents,, j I : We sell our meat H I I'I tat

away on his vacation. will take advantage{ of the new prices shelled corn, 70 cents, delivered,
amsasarwsaa \ that gives usa | -
TAa0111la4 C6I Starke Poultry Farm.132t.)( i a price
John Sauers, of Pittsburg1, who has I arwa.c.. a VENIRE ''I fair margin of profit. I II

been here his family, returned -
FOR SALE-Cabbage plants. Early \
We do not sell cheap
An ,
home Wednesday, and was accompanied ugly cut ? Grand and Petit Jury, Full Term, A. Jersey-Wakefleld. See or write J. '

by his daughter, Mrs. Wm. MENTHOLATUM I). 1922 W. Blanton, Hampton, Flal0.13.2t' I meats -. We do sell the I r

Knoblock and her niece, Dorothy :
best at reasonable t
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Brown, who went to their home in is antiseptic and The State of Florida, to the Sheriff prices I 1

Homestead, Penna. _healing_ of Bradford County Greeting, : FOR SALE a room cottage and lot I r

You are hereby commanded to summon at Lawt y.l. block from school-! Ir
Mrs. C. F. Sayles, who has beervisiting the following named thirty-six houxe. JICO rash."' L. H. 11111, Law I one 19 give

at the home of her parents; good and lawful men, who have been tey Fla. 10-13-It order and be II i iI
us vour
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Peek, left Wednesday regularly drawn from the list of three ; -

for New York where she wfl i 666 hundred selected names from the list GOOD MEALS; I convinced.Hemingway's. I

join her husband Dr. Sayles] a1 1 i of registered voters of said county, A GOOD; PLACE TO SLEKP: + klI

they will spend awhile in New Yo ''II Cures Malaria Chill and Fever, each for himself, to be and personally AT : 1 I

and Boston before returning: to" th Dengue or Biliou. Fer. *. It kill STEKNIJEIU appear before the judge of the circuit BLACK'S BOARDING HOUSE .
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'w,j IJ' ........,tflttt .......-" MAY SALIVATE YOU Notice .la )hereby !rIven that under and by WHEREAS: the Leirffllatur of 1021. undor r
1 virtue of a certain decree made and rendered the Constitution of 1885 of t.h. State of Floe'a.
II. I : r------ ---1 September 27. A. D. 1922, by the judge, of the Id did pass four Joint Resolutlona, propoaInic -
circuit court of the Blithth Judicial Circuitof amendment to the Constitution of the
: With The Bradford It la McrcuryQuickailVCr, Shocks Floridn, in and for Bradford county, In State of Florida and tho same were agreed
Liver and Attacks Your Bones chancery ulttinic. In favor of D. Davis cornla by a vot. of thrpe-flfths of All the mem-
plainant and) against W. J. Black and) ..ra elected to each house; that the voles.
d ; I HlBCk. his wife the underaliined will offer for on said Joint Resolutions wore entered upon
ala before the cotirtho'ise door at Sutlke, tholr raspeetlv Journals. with the :yeas and
Farmers Calomel salivation ta 'horrible. It i I Kradford county. Klorinu; :: bctw.MI the liltalhours i my thereon and they did determine and direct
( : ; County swells the tongue loosens' the teeth of "Hlo on Monday the 6t'l do> >f No- that the said Joint Resolutions' b* submitted .
>.. ,I..., 11122 to the hulhnt anil) lint bIJ'irfo to the elector of the Stt* at the
/ and starts rheumatism. There's no caRlo, the following ,describe hind, .ltunted General) Elrrtlnn in November, 1922.
1'L I .. .. ...... ..._---------1 should take sick In Bradford county floiida. tu-wlt: NOW. TIIEREFORE. I. H. CLAY CRAW
*** *> 4H reason why a petson Northwest FORD. Secretary of State
} The Northeast Quarter of the of the Stat of
1 ::::: : : ening calomel when a few cents buys Quarter and thnt portion of the Northwest Florida, do htrrvby give: notice that a
It Quarter west of the
; 'J of the Northeast
a large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tonea S. A, L. railway, lens three and one-half acres
DEAN "steal" seed i the northeast corner buloniilnir to R. F. be hid,) In each" county In Florida on Tues
L X TO KEEP THE !MEXICAN from your neighbor or perfect substitute for calomel. It in day next
Martin and,) one acre sold to Mary Jane Robinson Ruereedlnfr the fl nt Monday In No
% i 1 BEETLE OUT OK FLORIDA I from another section. Remember thatit i is a pleasant vegetable liquid which ; i said land lying and beln In Section v tho vomber A. D. 1922 the saId Tuesday being We grind Our Own Lens
of Range
; Township Five
i is a legume and that it, therefore, will start your liver just as surely as Twerty-two East and containing forty and SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER NODELAYqainesvile.

y Florida is still! threatened; by | tikes nitrogen from the air and storesit calomel, but it doesn't make you sick one-half acres more or loss. Also. oommene- for the ratification or rejection of the anlil
thei hundred feet west of the Joint Resolutions ,
,. m Inv at a point one proponhiff amendment to
( Mexican bean beetle.! It I is | i for the use of itself and ether and cannot salivate. Seaboard Air Line railway track. thence on the Constitution of tha Stat of Florida via Florida.

possible that this I inxuct I -if it got into | crops. And remember that your soil Calomel is a dangerous drug besides I the the Northwest north/ line. Quarter of the of Southeast Section Quarter Twentysixand of \ JOINT RESOLUTION Propoiilnir .n

the state and became firmly estnb1linhcd needs nitrogen more than it does any it may make you feel weak sick I running South and parallel with the said Amendment to Section 10 of Article XII
throe hundred and forty-five, feet of the Stat of Florida
railroad *
-would l do damage impoHsiblu other plant food element. and nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose thence west on the same variation ... the section Rclattnir, to ::1oth.

to estimate. The seed should be gathered in the a "day's work. Take a spoonful of at right line aflKlua six hundred north to and the aixty north feet line thence of the Ro of It Florida Resolved by the Leufslatur. of the State "IN A BAD V/AY"\

It is said that nearly all kinds of fall months. Store through the winter necessary. Your druggist says if you I above described forty acres thence east on That the following amendment: to Section
1 the same line to the point of bea-lnninit. containing 10 of ArtIcle XII of the Constitution of the
Dodson's Toneacts
don't find Liver I
beans and peaa-field and garden and sow in the spring, or about I nve acres, more or 1 lena ; all in Section Stata of Florida relating to education bend .

-are attacked by this Insect pent. It time you are laying-by your regular will wake up feeling great. No salts Twenty-two Twenty-..ix, East.Township Five South of Range e b .ubmltt th* seine d to U the hereby dieters agreed. of to di.and State shalle at 1 If back Rives out;

is already wide-spread over Alabama, crops, if you plan to grow the beg better than treacherous calomel, your E. M. JOHNS. t.h. general election of repreaantattvca In 191.2 your
I lO-B.Ct-ll-3) Special' Master. for approval or rejection i Becomes lame weak or neb Ing;
Georgia South and North Carolina garweed on the same land with these Dodson's Liver Tone instead and you I -_ Section 10. Tm LegIslature. may provide If urinary troubles set In,

1 I Tennessee and Kentucky. While it haa other crop. money is waiting for you.-Adv.-63 NOTICE Of MASTER'S SALE: convenient for the dEviaion erhool of dintrleta any county, j :and or for counties the .Into...- Perhaps your kidneys are "in a

I ', not been seen in Florida, it has been Notice .is hereby decree given made that under and rendered and by I lion biennially of three school trua....*. who bad way"
virtue of a Anal hall hold their otflc for
two and who
i repord; as dangerously clone; and I TREAT OAT' SEED FOR SMUT September 19 1022. by the Judge of the Circuit shall have the supervision of years all the schools Bonn's Kidney Pills are for weak

for it be out of the state al- CONTRACTORS Court of the Eighth. Judicial Circuit of within the district l and for the levying and kldncya.
to kept NOTICE TO Florida., In and for Bradford County.: In chancery collection of a dintrict Bchool tax. for the exclusiv .
together will be nothing short of miraculous I I Oat smut may be easily and cheaply Sealed bids will be received hr the Board ot r ol tln". iit favor of J. T. Hickey. complainant us* of public free schools within the Local evidence proves their mertt.
-a of Bradford County. rlorida. and against A. TL ftrownlee and I dintrict.
Bond Trustee'* ; whenever a majority of th.
a in the opinion of the State prevented by proper treatment of the 1 at the office of the secretary of the board at l Joe Johns ,defendant the undersigned will I electors thereof that pay a tax on quailfled real- L. II. Eastman, retired travelingman.
seed before Stark Florida until 2 o'clock p. m.. Nov ; offer for sale before the courthouse door at 1 or .personal property shall vote In favor of Main St., Smrlio! says: "I had
Plant Board authorities. | planting. The formalin I 7. 11144 and' at that time publicly opened for Starke Bradford county. Florida. between the such !uvy: provided that any tax authoHxed dfnl of tro-ilj'o! with
A public hearing was held by the method is probably the best and easiest clearing and grubbing Bradford County Road legiil hours of sale on Monday the 6th day of r by this section shal? not exceed ten mills on a great: rtiy kid
., No.1 between Brooker and L. A. Wynn'e. The November.. 11122. to the blithest and best bid the dollar In any one year on the taxable: neys In St. I'etersbuig. Jorll. sum
State Plant Hoard on Oct. 9th, for the ;, to apply. Formalin may be put work include* furnishing all necessary labor 1, ler for cash subject to that certain mortgage property of the district.
team, implement. and equipment and dointc : held by the Federal Land Bank of Columbia years age Thll' ''1,8 a sOI'pnp8'
purpose of considering reasons for chased from any drug. store and is used such work of clearing grubbing. plowing and I for the sum of Nine Hundred Dollars. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proponing, an scrota the small of my back and I

and against the shipment into Florida { at the rate of 1 pound to .10 gallons I harrowing aa may be called for on the plans. I said mortgage recorded In Mortgage Book Two Amendment to Article V of the Constitu felt pretty lamp. I suffered, with
together. with the satisfactory disposal of thitmaterials ; ,at I'age 12. of the public records of Bradford I tion of the Ptr-te ..f Florid Relative to the se
I of such farm produce rfft would probe of water. removed all In strict accordancewith county. Florida the following described. lands Judiciary Department. vere pains In the back I my hedand
the, plan and apecllleatluna therefor.Thn I situftted In Bradford County. Florida, to-witt Bo It Resolved by the Legislature of the State .
I seemed In blur.
ably bring the beetle into the state. Spread the seed out in a thin layeron length of the lection to be cleared and'I The Northwest Qunier of the Southeast I of Florida i everything a A

; As a result of this hearing the board a smooth floor and sprinkle with grubbed .Is II.. mile and the principal items Quarter and the South Half of the Southwest That the following amendment to Article I neighbor advised my to try Duan's
of work are approximately an followatClearing Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section V of the Constitution of the Slate of Florida and
passed a rule which prohibits the the diluted formalin. An ordinary, and grubbing. 470.R stations.Plowing ,, I Ihlrty-nve, Township Six South of Range ,(rt-Intiv to the Judiciary: Department to he Kidney 1'11 they helped mIrom .
and harrowing 12 (6.2 thousand Twenty-two East containing Sixty acres more numbered Section 43 of said Article V. be and the nturt Ono box of
of beans Dot
shipping green and green sprinkling pot may be used. The square feet. or .. thf sume is hereby agreed to and shall be cured me"

o peas into Florida from the states grain should be thoroughly and even Each bid( must be accompanied by a certified E. M. ;?aMVSasU submitted to the electors of the state st the
check, on m bank in Bradford county made) A. Z. ADKINS. Sp | >r. general election to be hold, on the ft rut TUPSday Tilco COo at all di'il"ra. Don't
'I mentioned above. j ly wet. Then shovel the heap over payable to B. S. MatthewH. chairman. Hoard Complainants Solicitor. 10.6-6t.-1I.a. D. after the first Monday In November A. <:'ini>l\ -I I Klilnex tenuity, --ge>t
I of Bond 'Trustees" for five per cunt of the 1922. for ratification or rejection, to-wit
It has
been shown how the beetles several
times to insure an even distri amount of the bid. a* evidence of Rood faith ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn Sec.. 43. The Lefctslaturo may from time Donn's Kidney Pills-the same that.

could enter the state upon shipments bution. Cover with canvas or bag and, as a Runranthat if awarded the contract Circuit, Court State of Florida. Elxhth to tme and ... the btwineHS of any circuit re Mr, Eastman lm ,
i Judicial Circuit. Bradford Chin quires, provide for the : I..lltr.lilbur
the bidder will execute the contract and County in appointment of one or
of such beans and peas. Once in the ging and let stand fer six to twelve give) bond) an required.) eery. more additional Circuit Judges for such CIrcuit Co., Mfr. nulTalo. N. .

..j' state, gaining a foothold would not be hours. The seed may be sown Immediately bid The.. right .ia reiierved to reject any or all Empire Lumber Comp.a corporation..". be appointed. Each such by additional the, Governor Circuit fOnd Juiltre rnnflrmed ihall --_ --.-

difficult for them. And once established after treating, but will run Plan and specification may be seen at dif Complainant. v the Renrnfe. and bold office for ala years,,
office of the County Engineer, and copies VII shall receive the same salary and allow
_____ ,;)J authorities have grave fears better through the drill it allowed to the specifications may be obtained from the S. J, Register.l Jr.. and his wife. ancos for expeniies .. other Circuit JidKes.: NOTICE TO BIDDERS FOR FURNISHING

that the agriculture of Florida would I dry first. secretary of the board at 12.ISO per copy. Defendants.Mrs. S. J. Register, Jr.. Ho the shall duties have that all the powers and perform all I STANDARD WOVEN FENCE WISH
E. 8. MAT rlDWS. are or may b* provided or Sealed hide will received by
the Boardof
be seriously affected. Care should be used that the seed Host: Chairman.C. It appearing by affidavit appended 'to the prescribed by the Constitution or by statute Bond b Bradford County Flor
: hill filed in the above-elated for Circuit Judw. and all True. :
I A. FUTCH. Clerk. 10-U-41-11-J cause that S. J.I statutes concern
I.' \ Beans and peas are not only money are not brought in contact with oat Kfirlster. Jr.. .nd his wife Mrs. S. J. Register '.r Circuit Judjrea hH apply to him. When Ida.board at at Starke of the until secretary 2 o'clock: of the.
--- ever there FI.rlda nm
Jr. the
defendants are two
o crops but at the same time the smut before planting. This may happen NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED non-reaidenta of the Htate therein of Florida named, and are .0POI"'ed for a Circuit 0" more the busInese Circuit may Judyru be I ., November 7. at that time pub.iiili' .

best soil improvers known to farm. by sacking the grain into old bagsor UNDER SECTION 575 Of TUB they are residents, of the city of Valdoata. in dlviIed. among the Circuit JudlC" having jur. opened for furnishing F. O. B. Stark,
l GENERAL STATUTES the State of Georgia and are over the age, of I.dlctlon In the Circuit and In any County In Fla'
ers. They take nitrogen-the most putting the grain into twenty-one years; it .ia therefore the Circuit u may be prescribed 1 car of .tandar fence wire. wire U> he
dirty bins I ordered that by I.w. end I
R. Bill,
Hereby notice b given) that L. purchaser 4A
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where wrapped 10, 20
said) non-resident defendanta be no provleion ..... boon .
and hereby made 4
vital are
plant food element-from the, according to H. G. Clayton, district of tax aale eertlficatea numbered repeotlvely required to to the distribution of the businms rod rolls.
issuedby appear the bill of complaint of the Circuit t ..
195 and .
? air and store in within 165 169. 189 188. f filed in said cause on before between the Circuit Judges of the 4 wire .t..t.h. .
their roots, agent of the Agricultural Extension the tax collector of Bradford county: Florida 6th day of November or A. D. Monday the of any County in the Circuit Circuit and I 20 ken ataplea.Hiililers .

r stems and leaves and thus fertilize, Division of the Florida College of Ag mild certificate* being dated Aug. 2. IOM) the allegations of said bill will 1922.be otherwise taken ..Is ment or awiitrnment. of matters and and the cases allot to to submit ."iRc.Uo. and price
________ I has tiled Bald certiftcaUw In my office and baa. confessed by said defendanta. be heard, decided ordered. tried decreed of wire It In ". furLth and the
the soil. Any disease or insect that rlculture. mad'lo application for tax deed to .iaau in accordance It..la further ordered that this order be pub adjudged shall b* controlled or made whir or amount thi-y will l In the ear.

Z'L : destroys these plants![ destroys the Where small quantities of seed are Said certificates with law. respectively embraces the !lished in' the. once Bradford a week County for four Telegraph consecutive weeks',L commission necessary: by earliest the Circuit In date.Judge No holding the and The all Hoard bld ..r. the right t reject any

w farmer's best and cheapest source of t to be used the following rules will bo following lands In Bradford Issuance county Florida I;; paper. published: In said county and state.a news Circuit Juifve or Judges shall be authorized additional: E. S. MATTHEWS.
osseHseil at the date of the of suchcertificates to be Attest
I fills October 2, appointed In a Circuit. :
plant food. | useful: One gallon of diluted foi.. In the names respectively hereinafter 19Ja.O.. W. ALDERMAN. 75.000,, inhabitant by the last Federal' less or State than I C. A. FUTCH Clerk. -Ch.l.an.- t-ll-3
particularly set forth to-witt the
maim will Northl".t Clerk Circuit psiasge of 1
treat Court
one bushel of Certificate No. 166 embraces the
grain law NOTICE
1''; t '. ', ,' I BEGOARWEED A VALUABLE one ounce of formalin to three gallons Quarter of Northwest Quarter Sec. 12. Tp.B. .. }oJ. M JOHNS By C. A. Deputy KNIGHT.Clerk. Lripiaturs may ieprnl say appointment.law ;providing. Thi foi: UNDER SECTION :T Of THE
; a. R. 22 B.. 40 acr. aaaea>ed W. L. 0. : Solicitor for Complainant. the appointment of .n additional) GENERAL STATUTES
: "WEED"The lo86tH9NOTICE Circuit .. .
of water is the strect.Certificate. Julgu. 0" .lditlon.1 d'
"tl proper dilution. Circuit Jud.....
: for a Cir- f I. hereby given' that Maud D. Crew .
N"te *
No. 160 embraces North Half of suit hut .huch reo..1 .h.n. ..nO ...._. .i._
--- Formalin purchaser
is irritating to the skin Kant Half of Southeast Quarter of Northeast term, salary and Jurisdiction of" : of Tax Certificate No. 232. d...
f beggarweed is one of the best so it should be handled Quarter A West Half of Southeast Quarter of Hereby notice Is given: that on the 25th day an appointment. a Judge holdlag said the 2nd day of August, 'A. D. 1820. has .
carefully. Northeast Quarter A South Half of North of October, A. I). 1D2J, .... the certificate In my office and haa made, ap-
i" "' soil improvers known to the farming Whenever the spring of the year In. Half of Southwest Quarter of Northwest will apply to the Honorable A. V. undersigned Long Judge \ JOINT RESOLUTION Proponing plication for a tax deed to Issue In accordnnce -
with law.
t world. Called a weed it is in the wet Quarter North Half of South Half of of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida. In Amendment to Section 8 of Article XVI an Said certificate embraces the
oat crops are usually good. How- Southwest Quarter of Southwest Quarter A and for Bradford county. In h... office' in the the Constitution of the State of Florida.of ford following d.c..lbd property situated in Brad
)I sense that foothold Is West Half of Southeast Quarter of Southwest City of falatka. Relating to the .., to-wttt
once a gained, ever, moist weather favors Putnam County: Florida. at Time of the Payment
of Lot
the 7 Block
: I,/ devel- Quarter A Northeast Quarter of Southeast we o'clock p. m.. on said day ... Salaries of State Officers. 2.1. In Temple' Add to Stark..
.. it grows and reseeda itself from of ... or soon Be It Section 2H. Tp. 6. R. 22. The
year opment smut. Therefore precaution Quarter of Southwest Quarter A West Half thereafter we can be heard for an order R..lve by the of the asiiejtsed said land being
J or Mouthoiuit incorporating pf Letrll.tu. SI.t at the date of the Issuance
of of
to year. should Quarter Southeast Quarter A ua and our associates and ... such
be taken to treat oat seed South Half of Northeast Quarter of Southeast inUi a body corporate of the sunceHsom That the following amendment to Section c.rtle. in the name of James Green Efct.
1 I Hut it is not a weed in the sense of j before planting in the fall. quarter See. 12. Tp. 5. S. R. 22 E.. 110 acres Florida. State of of Article XVI of the Constitution of the 3 Unl.. said certificate ahall be redeemed a
State to law. tax deed
t I aflseased Unknown. HENRY MITCHELL Florida relating to the time will Issue thereon oa
f being an enemy to good agriculture. Certificate No. 189 embraces Lot 12 In Ott's Wm. FLOWERS payment of the salaries of State officvers of the Is the 1.1th day of November, D. 1922.

<,;. It helps the farmer too much to be NEW GRASSES AND sub dlv of East Lawte asseaatd .1. N. S. A. RANDALL hereby agreed to and shall be submitted the Witness my official .t' and, seal this
rj LEGUMESFOR Williams. W. A. ROSE the electors of the State for adoption t 13th day of October D. 1B22.
'\ classed as an enemy. It improves his FLORIDA Certificate I No. IDS ". Qtlar. TOM McBRIDE. jection at the next ...n.rl election of or Q. W. ALDERMAN.
3--s'! .. repre (Scan
\ :: :::
land and it furnishes tor of Northeast a : Quar ALLEN SPEED. .n..tv.to b held the year A. D. 1922 Clerk Circuit
\j 0" his horses and ter Sec. 26. Tp. 5. S. R. 12 B.. 10 acres assessed JERRY PARKS. Tht section shall be amended 10-13-St-ll-lO Bradford .. Conr., .
J cattle and swine with excellent More than Ella Williams. L. C. BOGGS. ad as follows
: graze a hundred new grasses Certificate No. 1UB .embraces 8 A of North R. T. BROCKINOTON. Section 3. The salary of every officer shall NOTICE OF HALE OP llfl.000.00 I PER
.11" ) ing and forage. It spring up-If it and legumes from every corner of the Half of Northwest Quarter of Northwest Quar SAMUEL O'NEAL. be payable monthly upon his. own requisi CENT: TOWN Or 8TAKKB BONDS
; has been allowed to ter. See. 26, Tp. 5. S. R. 22 E., S urea assessed MILES ROBINSON. tion. Hereby notice 1s given that the board of
world have
I itself
: just been planted on the T. 1.. Gusrry.: JAMES THOMPSON. A trustee of the Tow of Stark. Florida
on the land-without the care or worry grounds of the Florida I Unless said certificates hall be redeemed ae> MARY GREEN. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an I will receive, sealed for the purchase of
I .1 c Experiment cordinir to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on ETTIE THOMPSON. Amendment to Section 8 of Article VII of I1 .nil0.ll0 of Water and Light Plant
: 'i of the farmer. In order to let his Station, the purpose of which is to the HOth day of October. A. D. 1022. R. W. WASHINGTON. the Relating Constitution of the State of Florida. of the Town or Starke, Florida. up Bond
,' t \ ; regular the Witness my official' signature and Beat this FERMAN O'NEAL to Census and Apportionment, and Including the 15th day of November A. D.
to find
crops pass growing stage try to Number
new hay, forage and pas. the 20th) day of September. A. D. 1022. LIZZIE JONES of Members of the Senate and 1922.
l j he may keep the beggarweed subdued ture plants suited to conditions in Q. W. ALDERMAN CHARLEY CLARK. Be of It the Resolved House of Representatives... Said bond* are to be date the first day of
this Clerk Circuit. W. by the July A.
: Court Bradford U. Legislature of the and
County. Fin. State are In
? until that has been done then is state. (Seal of Florida 122. h the denomi
) nation
; '. \ ; By C. A. KNIGHT. SUSIE CARTER. 9-22-51-10-20 That the of ".010.0f each, and bear interest
.11" enough ordinarily, for this "weed" Florida stockmen 9-2tt-5t.lQ.27 Deputy: Clerk. Section 8 of following. proposed amendment to nt per annum,
have tn''I
been VII of
the '
looking rlcl. Constitution the c:
of the State enJ.rd of
i,j; to make a good crop. i ii for grasses and legumes for NOTIEC TO BIDDERS NOTICE OF ELECTION of Forid.relating to census and and .ch. In.t :
grazing To the apprtlonm.nt the attached. "
Sheriff of number of The .
Bradford memo and ... .
i 1 Beggarweed should grow upon every purposes which will stand conditions The hoard of Bond Trustees of Bradford State of Florldal County of the and of the House of Rep honda are payable at the Hanover of
I farm. If have County Florida will receive sealed. bids. until lie it Known That .ntatlv.be. and the same Is hereby agreed \ in the city and N.tlon.1lnk.
S you not this val. peculiar to this I. H. Clay shall be Mate of Now York.
state and 2 Crawford submitted
which p. m. November 7. IH21. for Secretary of to the Tho
can fumishlnir 2600 State of the electors of amount of bonds
11 uable plant land hold their own fence posts. for rpfeneinir, fields on the hereby. "' notio Slate of. Florida, do the state of Florida for approval or rejection SIR) 000.01., and the offered for sale Is
upon your see that among the native, wiry hard surfaced road between proixmxl 'lv.o 1c t.tEtECTION ta the next General' Election of Representa shall due principal of said bonds
Stark. and
: 0:,( it or tough grasses LawU-y. and Will be held) ) tives to be held on the first Tuesday ilny of payable 12,000.00 the first
; gets there. Beg borrow, buy or The nature of In Bradford County.. State of the first Monday In after July each year, with 192S
Said post to be Florida, November In and boonnln"
six feet long and .. on Tuesday November, ending with
Florida not J. next A. D. 1042.
soils succeeding: 10
and climate : the first that Is be
is such that heart than ala Inches in diameter at top. to be Monday In November. A. D. 122. the said. Article .H. __.. ,..h.. to r-say.....that... Section- -. 3_of mi- Ij.- Own- -n'-'__. -Pl _m.Blda..1 accepted
'luiaday P 16th
.I many plants that are suceesafnl_ tn cypress or pine. and to be dullvermt_ ott beinir *h. hAll be uiiBuiuuon or l'orld. G"A. Allbiidm.'a Nov..mb.. ;
; j -n ___ ... me nniila along said route. .n -- bEVENlll"l;: OP NOVEMBER Section amendl to read as follows i CI"%' W.1 withteas ;
'I -, other states do not do well here. W. Bidders can secure further Information from For United' States Senator from the State A. D. 1923. and Legislature that shall meet tnUl.Jo'ulh tow of .board bond
of those
C. that Jo.lorida.
A. Futch. rlorida for shall Surk. a eer.
E. Stokes, and Secretary, at the office of the six years from March 4. 19JJ. ten years thereafter meet every: chock for 'I )
grass forage board) For on. 010.011. check
at apportion
/: crops Starke Florida. Representative of the Second resentation ahaJ the rep mtto payable (6 t b
Con- In the C.
specialist believes The Hoard resorve the groaMlonal District of the State the whole number cf the White. t..u. .
right of
to reject of Florida. Senators b..rd of bond
among the and all any the Sixty-eighth In not to exceed 88 of the
bids. members lltarke r.
: Congress ,
of and
.r the !
st the
States. same time Florid.
large For shall
: number of these Superintendent .ro apportion the All
new plants will E. S. MATTHEWS. of Public Instruction 'Mentation In rep- shall
Attest, the State of Florida of the of apeelfy the time within
Frequent he found several well adapted, to con i C. A. FUTCH. Clerk. Chairman. For two Justices of the Supreme The more counties having on.. Representatives or thereof which the..Ct.hldder. wi comply with the ter
:0li4tUSHamilton Court
tie. of population shall ntic.
SUM have given
ditions here. of Florida four of the 1 by the said clerk
For two Railroad: *.h' the co..ntl.having .P.nte. I.ard or bond that
delivery of
Commissioners thousand bonibs tr'
These State of of the not more than one can b mad.
Florida. hundred
grasses and
legumes thousand
J i wereplanted For two Mumbers of the population shall have three Representative Certified check "r.rr to above Ie to be
Headaches late House of the deposited
A September/ Two of Reproeantatives eh. having a. a ..
J and
early carloads of hogs ror the State of Florida. hundred eounte ten thousand five with the bid of full eompU.nc.
in October and will be under the and one of sweet County Surveyor. population shall more than thirty thousand acceptance' of .ubmltt. and In the event of
o I Io constant potatoes were ship. For Five Members of the have two and the failure
Board of All ..p.ntatlv.each. Part or on the
County counties the
Commlas having bld".r
o : j "I suffered with chroalc observation of Prof. Stokes for ped co-operatively this week. Many Fur three loners.Member five hundred population less have. n thousand b.rf. same shall be to comply with the ter

'.1 I I : constipation that would bring onT the next year or two. farmers are also shipping cucumbersand Publia Instruction. of the County Board of sentative as each. The .h.1 apportionment one Repre and be retained cn.ldored by. the .1.luld. ...

i .I'. rjr savere headaches: jays For Justice of the Peace In and for the. provide for in this. amendment, shall) be M.4..__ brd bnd
( the
peppers. /low in.*. .IUft_ 1M--1 _.- fol- .Jo"eeral Cenaus. of. !BI..I.-. _j_ ..
-- preeedlna -
; Mrs. ---- -wbcivw. via i --. the *Mtnr --- -. ...
I Stephen H. KJncer, d COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS No. One, iwninenc made by the Le"I.tu.Ev; under the P"I.ona of t ss .
E: I R. P. D. No. Two. County shall have ; front 32U6 Seetioni
I. Cripple Creek Va. at least one I t 3302. inclusive.' number
,: I li1'1' I "I 1 tried different medicine Madison-Three No. Tb .. tive. The Governor shall, by fP.n' .n..nl of the of .vlae
a4 "atu.
.... 0 community meet. No. Seven to each House at the message 11)20.) .. .teta of -
: .
appropriate ismumi
o I I ) did not get relief. The headpchesbscameveryfrsqts.oL tags this week were held in the interest No. Eight the Legislature direct I the attention session of each of constructing and I enlarging for the P n>ose of re--
I "COLD For Constable; In House to the provision electric' the
II IN THE HEAD"Is and for the of this light plant W."rl
of following of
Juatlce and the
a.sraol county fair. Eleven communjties Districts vis I the Legislature that shall a.ne.nt. Florida. town S..rk.
; }- 1 an acute attack of Nauuil. Catarrh. No. On. I 1V23. or any succeeding The .Id
more than ever before, will ex Those; subjm't to frequent No. Two. meet every: ten ,years ..I.tu.. that shall h. to board of bond triateea .
i hibit this. year. One head" will tin.I; that the um //d't1'Lt: No. Th.... or fail to apportion the refuse rlht order reject of any end all blda. .
carload of cooperatively CATARRH MUDICINU will built' th* No. Seven. Senate of representation In the tees of the said board of bond true-
: ; Thedford'sBLACKDRAUSHT sold hogs shipped this I System anil render them lesv. lIable up tin No. Eight.: herein ::vt3.htJlh1: be Representative the as Tow or St&rks Florida. .

week. cold. Itepeated) attack of Acute Catarrh la testimony whereof. I hove hereunto Gv.mor Legislature duty In of the Ch.lr.n of the Board..1. T. QUIGLEY.
eel Spe
may lead to Chronic Catarrh. my hand and singed Bond Trustees.
the Gnat ': purpose of
HALF'S CATAlUUi MEDICINE: I lit State: of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Seal Capital of the t:ntr and by public making proclamation such Attest! Town of Stark. Florida.

I 'Ill Putnam-Flornhome taken Blood. Internally and act. through the thin lUlL the twenty-fourth, day of_ ,... A.! O., and the by to each House to direct C. A. FUTCH.
En growers ship on the Mucous surface of the each House the Clerk
!is} ped 2000 hampers of beans bystem. thu* redung\ the inflammation H. CLAY CRAWFORD of thin. amendment. t P""lon Town of the I 'nl0' Bon Trute.
this week,I and aaalvtlnK Nature in restoring normal (Seal) Secretary of State. See. X. That any and all provisions of of 10-lS-St-U-lO
", getting $3 a hamper, f. o. b. Workon condItions.All i t,.1o W. .1. Epperson. Sheriff Bradford Coun Coil Constitution the In conflict with) thl provision th
Uruufftata.! ore hereby
I CIrcular. free.
& repealed.'
4 the B-l-lOt-ll-
; Md took It for a headache, and grounds for the new county F. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo Ohio. Th NOTICE or ADMINISTRATOR'S
? 1 the relief was very and fair has been started. posed t vote east la ioaiinc.; with said pro' DISCHARGE FINAL

r It was to long qUick.I had Iln aedmnta.return thereof and the shall canvass be d..I. ty.In State Court of of Cunt Judge, Bradford .

,'.' another headache. Now I Just Marion-A local bank is Habitual Constlpatton Cured provided some by rl.tlo.and .ubJe In re estate of : Julia
1 1 keep the Black-Draught, and offering In 14 toil Da'sftLAXf'OS State of Florida general election in the sasd. W.lnrab des

__ J don't let myself get in that to finance a home-owners! two-acre COFFINS & CASKETS WITH PEPSJN" is a specially iN TESTIMONY WHEREOF Not.. I I. hereby given to all .hO H may

4p j condition." citrus club, the same to be under the prepared SyrupTonic-Laxa'Jve forHabitua1 I have hereunto set my hand e..c.r. m2. I on shall the 7th day November,

r Thedlord's Black- DraullhI plans and supervision of the county And a Fall Un. of ''PjUonIt relieves promptly but (Seal)) the and State affixed the Florida Great, Seal of R.Probate A. Green.. .* of apply said Court to the HonoraBle Judge of

tl :. (purely vegetable\ has been agent. UitJtrtahtr SappHt. be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days hassee, Capital/ at Talla the trator of for the final discharge ..admiala
$3 found to relieve constipation/ to induce regular action. It Stimulates and a tItr.fttb: day of thr. D. deceased, and .I.te that of Mrs. Juli Waarbt
A the
: and by stimulating the action of Regulates. Very Pleasant to T kj.' 60o H. CLAY present my ln. account.m. t
the liver when it U torpid helps Suwannee-Five communities have AUTOMOBILE HEARSE Der bottle. S-t-14t-U-l Secretary CRAWFORD. of sold estate oak for their a* .arlD1'

to drive many poisons out of voted to place exhibits at the Always; on hand. The best service of Stats D.t S.rA A, D.
: your system. Biliousness county at tb. lowest pricfft. Sj>.- Administrator of the F. lJiLI
fair and have Estate
l, : } iitdizestlon.. headache and appointed,.committeesto dill ttcntloa to telegraph _. No Worm In a Healthy Child W.ricba nsssassit t-l*."

4 i similar troubles are often arrange their exhibits. Registered 1Emb.IiDeWITT All children troubled with Worm have an ..... -
I relieved In this waIt .la theo healthy color wbkltndle.rea
poor blood.and
I *J o natural way. Be natural I Try Okaloosa rule, there Is more or I esa stomach disturbance.sea Cures Malaria Seminole. ...Many farmers are having
1 Black-Draught. -Thursday, Oct. 5th, the C. JONES GROVE TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC given realarly Chills, their fertilizer -

Sold everywhere. county had its second co-operative fat for twoor three week wU enrich the blood. O 6 6 Fever Bilious Fever. celery and sampled. Much

1----- hog sale with results which satisfied STARKE FLA Improve dUemloa.and act ss a general Strengthening Colds mud About lettuceil being planted.
Tonic..the whol.system.. Nature will then LaCrippe. five
.. the farmers. ....... throw offer dispel the worms.and theChlldwtllbe I are hundre acre of new land

__ ? la perfect health. Pleae.aiwwae.S a4ief. bottle.V. J. M. Truby 1 shipping* cane north yer.beil& cultivation for next

by the carload.
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RED GROSS WINNING I According Pittman to Striking New Red Cross Poster I Dd&1 ) 's I $1,441,486, A YEAR'S' i


Stronger Citizenry Now I Copyright Professor Ula.Atkinson Western of Newovnpur the CummIngs Union. I Fairy Tale Cross Aided 146,000 Victims wj

Emerging Out of Work In Business college was' fifty and, as he dY.JV\NN GRAHAM HQNr1ER In United States-Losse*
.. .
-eunxex ,."""" ." ..-
United States.The bad always been u bachelor, the probabilities Total $30,000,000. m

were that lie always would
fit # / JUMPING MICE _
be one. Ho wren tall, lean earnest,
American Ited Croat ag ID and a crackerjuck on bookkeeping.UowevieY "We "' 4'nnt.t\\o! disasters with hnndreiti .
are members of the
evangelist of better health has looked he was also strong on ,, AP? nnnmrcx"yt I I Mice family," mild Miss Joan Jumping reported killed and Injured and ,,41\ )

Its problem square In the face. How : shorthand, for which reason Ml,w Cum- log \Mouse! Jump. more than U'lVM t ) either homeless or "l "'

accepted the task revealed to It In mlngs hud asked him to take Howells'place if-hm, requiring HiislHlance, called for emergeney
it "Instead of .
people\ mi Ing alwaja
ysy-at t'I } they relief
while that professor, wee cm his : mvusnros und the n.
nation's physical condition
the U vacation. Hovvells was forty-flve, dark Jupip when they see a mouse pendltur of $IM1.4SJ( by the if

brought out during the World War, energetic, and reported to be engaged they should hear of the mice who are American lied Cross during the nwal" i

mad conscientiously applied Its actlvl- to Miss Cummings known us the Jumping Mice. It Is our year ending June .10, lufj, according

tied to correction forms a vivid chapter Elizabeth Cummings family name" to a statement based on thll forth- H
was forty. Why
In the forthcoming annual report she had never married was a constant "It Is Indeed" wild Jullrt Jumping coming annual report of the Red .

Historically and practically nursing lea theme of speculation among her pupils AI 011110."WiI're. CrouK The "greatest toil! of life waslakea .i'

baaic work: for the' Red Cruse In Its -Iho feminine section j for Miss Cum- relatives I believe, of the by hurricane and tornitilo,
Jerboa family of Europe' said AlIIiI while the overflowing of rivers the ,1' i
health nursing service In Instruction mlngs .
public was decidedly peuchlsli. It was '
,' 4iL1 1 Joan Jumping .Mouse "Uliere aren't breaking of .dales and torrential rains ; :1\
In home hygiene and care of 'generally agreed, however, that she'
tuuiiy of us lu lists", country drove the greatest number of .people. \
sick nutrition Clausen bad met her tate In Howella whom ,
the :, first aid ;
from their homes The Ions
\\e .J
have property
M curious M aye, I believe.
they l full detested. I .r
and Ufa saving courses and health centers .1t. C4 .
They don't seem urlons' to us because was estimated ut more than $'t(),- '1\\

the American lied< Cross U applying old I'rofessor dear" which Atkinson was tilled, "an they are 011r13'S., but folks any they DUO.000. I if'! 'j
the lessons summed him up very The dlcnstcrs J
effectually learned are curious- 'lous year's reported InCludixl -
tut: to them no
during the war and making for a nicely. No one knew bow romantic a doubt because t"nl-III. floods nineteen tornndi '
heart I they are not their 1''j
beat under his
healthier stronger and better nour- old fashioned w ways !>".., fifteen firm, four epldeinlcti, t i .
waistcoat two theatre collapses two shipwreck '
toned citizenry j "That Is '
f The professor had been six months I If always the way It Is. People (one an alrililp, and a bridge collapse -
The task of the Red Cross Public think others are curious whoaren't
at the college and he
was ( j I' !, mine explosion, railway collision -
Health nurse In tb.. 1,240 nursing services afraid of Miss CummIngs.The I like them and a I1rutllht. Of the flood \In t

now operating throughout the Avenue school was only one of j TSow. Will UilnU! Hint people" are curious the United States that at Han Antonio +

.country Instructing their communities three which Miss Cummings t e cud people think Unit Jumping Tci'iii. canned the greatest '.r

In health essentials unj disease prevention tended In the town. Uvery .upel'ln'l 1 r Y Mice tire curious amid strange: and so property hoes. $ttOOOOOO and the high S

1 s demonstrating the possibilities and every Thursday morning she appeared at there It Is. mark of fatalities. \ 1OO. whll. the

of human betterment and the great and) went through the building, I "l'hey think It Is titriiiiKe' : that we flood lu the U'lnlty' of Vlikshurg and! I

benefits of enlightenment inspecting the bookkeeping, the 1'iencli, Charfered bYChn ress' like to be about always lit night like Niitcbe.1,, !III.| .. forced, 3t,(MX( ) persons
'. the owls from their limiies''
During the lust year 313 new publk Spanish and Herman departments, and.) '

health nursing services were established the shorthand and typewriting section, I "\\o like to live lu great meadows, .A National Calamity I

from which so ninny roses blossomed fToRelieve Pxeuent Suffering or near tbe pialues' or lit the outBklits Ire this; lied: ('roH. dlnaHter. relief I
bv Red Cross Chapters, and l several
periodically Into Cite stern, nipping air of huge lotcttts v\u'te nut In records then will probably remain fir
hundred services so convincingly proved of business life. : the least suclnble 1'uuple (needn't be for essay vcars ono. calnmlty Which

their effectiveness, that they were I It was onTfie second Thursday morn 't/'f In Peacecandm: War afraid vvu'il Jump at them us they touched niniU" every state' with a 1' .

taken over by public authorities. In ing after Professor Atkinson bud taken < : 'dr .
order to promote thin work .10,000 was over Ilowells' job that :Miss Cummings It : AIIfonie&Abraad :- because we ,"1'1 go: near them, the dlstri..i.lnir lollnpHti of the root

allotted to provide women to prepare appeared She stood for five full min.utell l and they wont HI u us unless they ft the Kin'! 'kerbotker\ Tlieatr In t t

themselves for public nursing( The listening to the professor's exposition ft'\, "*1i-4e'" v"; :':'' COllie u-looklng lot. us anil seeking! / us XVaiililnitliiii. |P. ('" resulting In ninety .

made while Atkinson .L ': ." ; :' f'liLJ; ,"jL., S Where they are to fled -all den His iiiid 12"i: pcrnoux' Injured. a
home visits by the 1,240 nurses ProfvHHor grew ,j" ...... _"' __ ::! .. .w putty time us
aggregated nearly l.BOO.OOO: visits to redder and redder, and stammeredmore t I In some of the mills of places" Yv. Rltuated In I Hu> tvnlvr of tin buHull- I $'
Ful Northnr-l ldentlal us'tinibhis
schools numbered 140,000, and In six and more. Riveting the attention of the beholder on the fact that the American mentioned."! motion ,pbtine theatre WAS (pntronliedV
"That won't do Professor! Miss" %Vo wear reOillsli i>ll.}w sulta andtie
months 1,250,000 school children )
were Red Cross is chartered .
by Congress as an official volunteer relief many IIIM IMIH of prominence bothIn
Inspected by these! nurses and where Cummings !spoke with her usual sharp organization the 'dome of the Capitol Washington, upon winch is superImposed hiue Uilu bodies, mid very' thin the ollli Inl HIM! civil life of the National -
found advised ness. "This (pupil Hindu u wrung ginmnmlogue large Red Cross is the central tails-that Is one tall/ a1'I,I.We lime ,
defects were examination a figure of a new poster for the ('Npltnl. whoso fiiintly and personal
by physicians In rural communities on the I blackboard!, and. you Annual Red Cross Roll Call. The poster, which has' bvun pronounced one long hind legs maul 1..1litdl help us rnnoouflns radiated, out over
service made allowed It to pass." of the most striking of innumerable to Jump. We cun carry our food In The hnrrop..u '
this has a very : representations of the famous dome, I the entlie "loimtry''
marked advance and hns won thou- "It's-It's-" begun the professor I'I is the work of Franklin Booth, A New York' artist of wide renown., It will our puuchemi. Ue have two of these ntennlfled, !hv n terrlrte snowstorm 11

sandi of converts to approved methods "It's not according to Pitman;" re- be displayed throughout the country during the Roll Cull period') Armistice either side of oin mouths, and they which, tlmnitli It retarded did not jt

of disease prevention. turned Miss Cumnilngs sharply. I Day to Thanksgiving, when the Red Cross membership. for 11)23:) will be come In very nlte/ old handy us marketing block Ked r'i'.,'.s relief, t

In home hygiene and care of the sick "It's my way to allow the pupils to I enrolled. baskets, Airship Crash Finds Aid at Hand r

Instruction which ills the student In nuke their Kiuminuloxuc'S Miss Cum- -.. --_ "I don't see lion "people' run botherto The rntih iitnl ileHtriictlon of the D

methods of proper care where Illness Is minus," Bald Professor Atkinson."In shop amid cam I heir fund. under S. Army's 'lui'';(airship Kuniii til Virginia ,. r .

not so serious as to require professlonul future, professor you will kindly Junior Red Cross' ended) June :"!:0. rii2: will show 21,128. their arms when they iiilgbt linve nice last I 'I.hl''lIry with the Inss of !MoRlcers i

service, the Red Cross conducted follow Mr. Plttiiun," l'etorte,111118: Ndiools eniolled with u total i of -I.4S1-: l'Olll'hlby their mouths and store It \ and. men. and 11 InJiWrd\, .. was

3.8S4 clauses during the last year, C'munnings. for WorkInfluencing i, 815 pupas wearing the "I Serve" but- nwn.v Hint way. mind! lien I tilt> It Into thin! first dlmiKter! of Its- kind In call for

enrolled 2,350 Instructor OM43: students "Tlie test !U whether they cun rend Praised ton of the, Amerlinii Junior Rod Cross heir( mouths as they vvuutril. to out Red ('ro n relief In this country The !

and Issued 42,050 certificates I tlal'ml" paid the professor.! -the badge of unselfish service earned It suddi'niiPM. of time accident. lusted the t

On June 30, 192-, nutrition service ; Miss Cummlngs, whom locks were PeaceThe 1 by eu<'li Individual member through I "Our long lulls help ,its so nun'b preparedness of the orK nlriitl.! >n and

embraced llUdu"sel\ with a total of i auburn was a little hasty. personal I sacrllice. I \\'111'11e Jump unit \vi "run liinUe grout: ot the rliaptpr, at II q 111 pI nil, Va., but r

27,523 children and 2,581) enrolled advancing, standard l of time Junior enco 7'O:! clauses! and schools engagedIn I .. ulna funds for
tians. Seventy-eight food she said finally. "It you are not satislied. "I'V111111 a line winter's nap, has' I furnlNlied the Hiirvlvnrs,
classes graduated l 7.T5: who received Professor Atkinson nobody Is detaining American Red Cross made two uut- friendly coniiminUatlon with 0-U:.!: }ou?" the ,11'I'IIH"|' "ii relatlres of the >a'l' "

Red! Cross certificates. In general jou Illonlnstlur will." standing gains!' during the last YI'lIr-- schools) In l European countries, 00 I ")'es," wild D II teN Julia ..lumpingMOIIHO who came from long distances to claim (
health one In the Held of domestic activity, schools!! In United,. States tE'I'rltorl..s.
activities Red Cross Chapters Time class tittered u* :Miss Cummlngs "I bine. Mi fll.t11" so nhu their own I
maintained 377 health centers, serving went nut hut the professor Slit like a which is rapidly Unkind up the schools 13 In South Africa mind. 10 In I a miscellaneous hid \\1I1'rn. .].III'I liHIe under the In the yenr n oversee record for aidrendered
as communities, provided 38,751: with the Junior program, the other u list of ol..llon countries The In, the Hed ('1'01111 are two
many ,
tl rill oftruss
biokon man until the recess' Then hepaced ground/ 1 IIIK n //1 II lining
health lectures for large audiences everywhere -I I the class room In desperation.He gain of a dozen countries In Europe work In foreign Melds\ In establishing ( for It I also' bud. n morehousihnlll I fires In the I'lilllpplnen, flume In Manila, I
while cliulcn numbered over pledged to organize Juniors on the ptiiygronnds. school l llbnirlcn sewing IlclolmKooillen which iIi>Htinied m l.fNK tiomri. with a
reviewed hit position. lie was olT in* nest ulilcli hold l di' i
10.0UO. lines of the American orgjnl/utlon and manual truining clnsites, homes Ions of II .-,'"HH") quirt. nixxt persons
he would! have In I smith as 1"'I'I'I..s mind iml' ..
fifty, dllllculty HO
.... .' For this urrmupUshmenttheAmerleun for wur orphans, siliool' reconstruction mad, hoini lcs the other. at lonlo,
cut INK another position' sits, he luid. nocapital "I"'ve 11<'111'11." Hiihl Miss .""111 Jump"
Junior. earned the hearty endoiseroent III devastated' areas. encouragingrnmmunlty' i which drove :KKKI t I from, their dwellingsIn ,

Red Cross Gains with which to open u school of the League! of Red Cross Societies girdens: and 1 assay other lug Mouse, "llnil' mv lliotber Jumped" niudtinl\" ,allot that was quick unit 4

of his own. for Its "creation of an International activities was financed through the and tiiiide u line esciiim once when! rfTe<'tlv.. the miuillpns' epidemic la Sun
Oil the other hand, Ms authority over rhllilien's Fund raised ,1"11'I'" Him whoa I WIIH hut n of 22(5sIcevle.
in All spirit of human solidarity/ National by Domingo, which hud a total

Strength Ills pupils( was gone It was Impossibleto among young people, with u view to the Juniors" nt a cost of )1t2t740: : :! I with :22.! !'. ilMrttb In a single day,

fields retain both Ills nelf-rexpect and his preparation of a new clvllUatlon:: for During the year S I1.tZ.711VIIB): : contilhuleil ( Ito I If tested' the i-CHiUnm of the Red Cross i,

Foreign : l>osltton.WolHt. peace" towaril the find: InVhkh DII for aitlon sad, the same run be anlil<

of all he knew now that he The fortliMunlng annual reportof July 1 there was a balance, of |JOl: ,- of tile :Sun'; Iwinlngo", hurricane, which '

In Insular possession's of the United II-had always cherished. n very warm the Aineibun. Ito,] Cross for the year 301.:.18.; klllvd 12 (MMinns, and rmliirnd the

States land In foreign hinds the Amerl- I feeling for Miss Ciniiinhigs. 'Unit was ,, "tyb hoaifn of l ht" persons, to wrpikugi A
during the clowning blow-the way she had) ) flood In $,.I" !!.I1\"or. with a death 1
run Red Cross scored heavy gains -
the tinned against bins He nut down and toll of !V an'! .MHN;! refiiMvis, wan alsoefTcitUHllv
the last year, passing previous
mark of 1913 Indited her a note : Children liniillrd, by I the marsh Chapter
membership high Greatest Mother Summons Her
I of the 1F"' ..n Red fross
"Dear Miss Cummings : I II II
by 4,2H and advancing! the figure to II
156,408.: The Philippines take the I "Tills letters Is to say good-bye," he I 'R IUf Machinery Prfctail (

lead, gaining ,nearly 100 per cent, now wrote. "I cannot help but leave you w The Ylllir hue' seen relief the further udmlnUtrn 1'1'1"f'lInn t.

baring 1l .911 members.' In and IM leave tomorrow, but llowellj f of d'niiHler
Roll Call enrolled EuroP'1: take place tlve memureii In every Held of American y
the 1921 CUll my on Saturday. swork
I Kud ("roes n'tlvlty, and that 1)r
with the Constantinople Chapter reporting Tlien a diabolical' Idea occurred to
hf'urrl..d on to still greateraccompHHhiiiiiiiii '
005, a gala of 33: members.! hums lie would write It !In shorthand may K dCroiis
I the "
China ..,aa 1,732:! members, a gain 01'' :Mlws dimming would understand the a, ya -- +X'r
fur wblewprmil renewal -
Is appeillng
606 ; the little Virgin Islands have hint. And the professor", win only human ', dqrlng the annual -
of rneniltemhlp
1,000 while the Dominican KepublU lie did so and bad posted' the letter i
conducted. thin t t1ear
Itnll ( 'all, ''o be i
with 2,927 advanced from Its previous before his heart begun to beat rapidly )
Dttr. l ( November
"Good-By My from Arm' Mire' 1111'
high mark by 1,423: new members at the thought of what he had done. j ., Thanksgiving!
end n.
11) to,
Haiti organized In 19:"0, now hal SupposeMiss: Cuniinlngs coma round little tot with my sisters and) brother Day (November :30)\, ). '*

nearly 1.000 enrolled Mexico reports In one of her\" naming rages; ? Just MS small tun. She was such s ,

S54, a gain of 327 In one year. Th However It was done, and that afternoon good mother to us

American Red Cross has spread IU he faced his tittering pupils like : "'1'h'r4'1''' -veii In our family J I Red Cross Roll Call .
70 foreign
membership over some a man-a broken man, but still a fine number I
lands and Its Junior membership oat
That evening lie remained lung mon'l "It IK the odd of the winter that I I Heard World Around
aide of the United States Is close t.
desk, poring over the accumulated exercises. don't like. It It wer warm I woiildn'l
700000. -
The professor was conscientious I cuddle! up In a little bull arid l wind
Call of the
AnnualRoll Amerl
; he could not leave this mass I myself all up to keep the cold' out. 'Ihe
l I'r'e', fur rrilstratlun. 1t.,1 i
of work to Ilowells. "Neither would) I," mi I'I Miss Julie inn J
Red Cross Water < 10 '< will .begin cmAiiaiHii
Inl''I'.h i I- <> >
lie was about to depart at last whena Jumping/ !Mouse "The meadow mice
I'e" l I'.V, November 11, and !
soft tap came at the door. I r Mem ,Y f : our coiiNlns. are different They nil A
First Aid MakesLifeSaving "\''HU on, mk'Klvirs I ;' iMy' November
"Couie In I"! called the professor. quite differently from the WilY we do
,,0 'Ibe' /iiiund' work for Oils atupvmliMM -
And It was :Miss Cummings who "(tut I must bi ircttlnit hark home tt
GainMore :,i .1. or t vnrolllBf intm-
entered. But there was no fire In Miss the nest now," mild Miss Julia JumpIng h..rMhll'| ilii'iiiulinut" the world has bn

CummlnKs eye. She looked at him as Mousse "Sin a nice home as whave. <
laid In H pi.>n for the tint complete
than 325 Chapters engaged ll It possessed, approached, and suddenly a w Very pleasant. rooms and fini and romiivlieniilve' system of rrgtirtratlos &

life saving or water Drat aid last yeas flung her arms about his neck. food stored away Wo expect to tai of the Red Oress membrrsMp lanil

with the result that the American Red "Darling," she whispered!' "It was n ".rt'nt, deal thin year as the custom Us i.'l'io: :\ active Chapters' at hwm. ,

Cross Life Saving Corps has set a new only because I loved yon and yon always" hoe been wftll the Jumplni und abrusilAa !l '

lICh mark for enrollment and tbs seemed so cold that I was horrid to yon Mice. linportunt feature of the round-

numberof qualified life savers de this morning. Was my sweet boy Jealous "It makes. sleep so plea mint wile the-world, lUdl Call campalga will b*

veloped. The Influence of "learn tl of IlIIy' Mr. Ilowells, then?" 4 "t h .. one has eaten a great drat I" a uoiversal effort to re-enlist' the ..rv-

swim week": In many localities la reducing Professor Atkinson, lost in amazement ,0 "You're right", voting Indy" sal
the water fatalities through In felt Miss\ Cummlngs'' kisses on a Miss Joan Jumping :Mouse' "Well J the peace program by their pectin

atructton and the wider dlssemlnatlog his! cheek. 1 of All 0 must b* Jumping home too flood, patlon In the Koll Call la this! way

ef resuscitation method demonstrated "It was so brave of you to wrIteme my dear, no glad to have had a hilt!, the vast .arinv of volunteers will one ,.

fey the Red Cross representatives. ET that darling letter," Miss Gumming chat. more atHllHte with the work of the

cellent work has been done In teschlnj continued. "It burned Itself' Into "(100d-b1, my dear. rttl'l Miss Jails Ked ()Vena In Its manifold phases Cooperation I

a large part of the American popula my brain, and then I knew that 1 Jumping Mouse and Jumped off toward al.n! has ">,,'n assured by

tlen bow te take care of Itself In the hud found my real affinity. And so horn. Government and prl'i,,t". maritime !In- (-

water Growing appreciation for this' terser In .a short and plain and simple like all "I'll Jump to m" house."
Red Cross Life-Saving Service !> II reach memberor
things( that are real. gang Mice Jumlll" Mow., I. de gnil very
sl .w. the compulsory Inetructioradopted mainbor In every part of
by This letter I. to good-bye. 1 And atrat.htway' she did. potential
la many cities for members 0: say And In the long .r... a htdtimproved I the world who may be ..a voyage or
cannot but love and I'd love
the police and Ore department la lb.pr.ne you -.- temporarily In any port.Thoul.nc.l. l h
to but Howella take
method of resuicltaOn. marry can mypiece ideal) is Specification of Chapters will adopt ?
pressure ] on Saturday'"That's An allegorical concept of the Red Cross as a peace-time employed -

a classic love letter," said by the American Red Cross in a new and striking poster for its Manager (to applicant for office boj' the home canvass. pl.o of enrollment

Miss Cummings "But darling Annual Red Cross Roll CalL Spread out before the herofe sue figure U the vacancy)-"Aren't you the boy wh which .Inlll..d! la Pittsburgh where to'last

Help te Hslp Others put In vowels at all." youdidn't outline of the United States with a Red Cross superimposed upon it while applied for thin position a fortnlgh year It rmultrii In a membership' p,
of no/ cent All records
Ton can't "give until It hurts"- ? Professor Atkinson, who was a man around its borders are sketched scenes depicting time chief activities of the ago?" Increase per
dollar tlArtna of the World War, diN.t.r Boy-"Yes. sir" la this year' campaign will bll kept
giving aa American to Join occasion."Whet's Red Cross today-service to disabled veterans
to the .
Red Crow helps yon to helj; relief and promotion of the public health. The poster is the work ef Manager-"And dldn J say 1 IwilDtI'd ca standard slue csrds to be died by $,
few vowel between .
other who are hurt and who need re a ourselves Lawrence Wilbur, a New York artist and will be displayed throughout the an older I boy 7" each ( '''apt.r for future us .
? he answered, as he kissed !lei
Uet. p..ae"'lIke Ups. country. during. _enrollment. of the Red Cross membership for 1023, "Yes, air. That's why I'm hen >
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Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowling, Jr., of -
New River, have moved into the

\: I I Dowling Mrs. P.cottage P... (Ookl in BaRt and son Butler., Marcus, of-s
; fI bank
: Count News ItemsInteresting ,I of ness Five in Mile Lake, were Butler attending Friday. to bus I.I Why this

"I t = i Miss Inez Faulkner of St. Augustine -
"' w.-: i spent several days with her'aunt,
i[ : 1 Facts Gathered During the 'bj Mrs. Miller Vonzont this week.
(: oj I
l'\ f '. '' .' Regular Correspondents.If Mr. and Mrs. Wilshire Brooks, of fers this positive -
-"" Providence, motored to Lake Butler you
f l,
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r '- Saturday.
1' -7 ; -I Jones, of Hampton. On April l- 16, Moss Hewitt of Worthington was
I 1921, she was united in marriage to transacting business in town Mon-

I' 1\ Hampton Oct. 20-R. E. Lee of I, Mr./XT.. II. Hicks. Mrs. Hicks was a day.Mr. protectionBecause ...
Cummins visitor to town
kinoT and loving wife and a useful was a
: Theressa, was business
this .
I here Saturday. 'neighbor and was a faithful memberof week.L.
the First Christian church. S. Dekle and son, Ervin motor. ,
: ,' W. II. Jones and J. II. were
j to Starke Tuesday. The body was laid to rest at SantaFe ed to Five Mile Sunday afternoon.Rev. .
business 'visitors
Miss Daisy' Moore, of Theressa, cemetery Saturday, funeral services W. II. Doyle filled his appoint-
I 'II' one of our teachers, was the guest of being conducted at thu grave by ment with the Baptist church Sunday
Rev. N. T. King, of Hampton. morning and evening.:
her aunt, Mrs. II. B. Weest,
fi I
r. Youngblood, of Theresa, was I Besides a host of friend' =! she leaves Miss Mae McKinney spent Saturday -
\\ J here this week. to mourn her loss her husband W. II. and Sunday the guest of Mr. and of SUPER-SAFtJ ,
visitor I
believe that the
, I It a positive safety -
; ; [ M. L. we
,, :" '.1"I There wasn't any preaching services Hicks, one brother, F. M. Jones, of rs. McKinney.The
f. ;?\ at the Baptist church Sunday the Waldo and four sisters Mrs. Hester : Woman's Missionary Union of the 1000.00 bond for depositor
: pastor. Rev. A. S. Jones suffering Hall of Hampton Mrs. Georgia Lake Butler Baptist church will serve every
I I t\ I from a severe attack of dengue fever. Bcckum, of Cedar Keys Mrs. II. M. oysters at the club room Friday evening without charge is much better
j I'il The Ladies' Aid Society met at the HuUhinson, of Baxlcy Ga., and Miss I Oct. 20th, the proceeds to go toward a
home of Mrs. F. E. Henry Tuesday Bessie Jones of Tampa. I paying for the electric fights installed policy than "taking chances" that no eq P E R
, afternoon. The subject was "Work The floral offerings were profuse ,, in the Baptist church. Everyone -

For Missions" and the following anti beautiful completely coveringthe I i is invited to attend and help the losses occur on uninsured checks.
rendered: mound. The relatives have the Indies to lift ths debt. may
j .. program Members.Hymn "How Firm a Foundation" sympathy of the entire community. Mrs.a visit Wright with left Mrs.Tuesday Orestes morningfor Fralick 'We believe it is good public policy to

Prayer Scripture of reading thanksgiving-Presidt'nt.j for. past 11ROOKER of Eurie Palatka.Sapp' of Raiford attendedthe do everything possible to give depositors -

j ( Brooker, Oct. 20-Col. W. T. Weeks institute Tuesday. and
I blessings.Song "Onward Christian Soldiers." of Starke, spent a few days of last I I I Mr. and' Mrs. Futch and Eustis greater positive safety pro
; ; week the of his R. A. Crews of Raiford were visitors toI
i Sentence prayer For progress in Weeks.here guest son, I I I town Tuesday. tection for their, money.
W. M. U. work. '
\ Topics on Lesson Foundation-Mrs.I Mesdames P. M. Barefoot and R. I| Miss Moore of Lulu, was n visitor We believe in insuring against check-
.1 ''to Lake Butler you
Russ Tuesday.
W. B. Alexander. T. Osteen and Livingston were i;
I Thy Kingdom: Come-Mrs. J. ( W. visitors to Gainesville Friday. I I 1 1 I I Mrs. C. L. Varnes and daughter, raising menaces. For your safety's sake we have
.i, f Bedenbaugh. R. L. Osteen and G. M. Bevill Wl'reI Miss Lucile, teachers of Five Mile
Select Readings-Mrs. A. A. Dur- attending to business affairs in the school attended the institute held discontinued using unsafe checks which we had

t \ den Mrs. M. L. Watterson Mrs. Lula county seat Thursday. I I I I here Tuesday. in stock to avoid needlessly exposing our customers -
Wynn Mrs. F. E. Henry Mrs. K. B. Mrs J. G. Kelly and daughter, of i|I T. D. Proctor and daughter Miss
Watterson and Mrs. V. B. Wheeler. Gainesville spent last week-end herewith Ruby and Miss Norma Dekle spentI to risks of any kind whatever. .
r relatives. I I I Saturday and Sunday at Five \Mile,
The attendance was excellent.
I commercial of this f-rf
'' Every account depositor
Mrs. C. E. Harper is the guest of Mr.. and Mrs. M. P. Matheny were : guests of Mr. and Mrs P. P. Dekle.I .

I friends in Green Cove Springs this visitors to Gainesville Thursday. i I I Bank receives a vest pocket $1000 insurance aSPFPpolicy
:j week. B. F. Hazen and M.: F. Hazen were HIGHLAND
him from fraudulent alterations e
of visitors to Johnstown Thursday af protecting V
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Simmons : I SliP i.J.t
I South Florida are guests of her parents ternoon.R. Highland Oct. 20.-H. C. Wimberly ciJc$
'J. Mr. and Mrs.; P. B. Hunt, this A. Andrews of Winter Haven, 'Jr., of Island Grove spent the weekend 1 S .
'\ week. was here Thursday. i I, here with relatives. Bank of Starke c -=;=-.-.
r. i' Mrs. R. D. Rawley, who has been News WH received here Wednes- Brown Bennett visited relatives at -
'' 1 the guest of Mrs. C. E. Harper and day by R. T. Osteen of the death of l Lawtey Saturday' and Sunday. JI
I Mrs. J. Allen has returned to her his brother, Roy Osteen of Mobile F. D. Lang Arthur and Chas. Wilkinson -
home at Green Cove Springs. I Ala., which occurred Tuesday. Mr. and D. E. Bell were business
The people of our section have suffered Osteen has been in bad health for visitors to Starke Friday,
sometime from but Bryant Reddish and Laurie Ed- The Bank of ServiceE.
I i from the unusual amount of j I suffering cancer, Helpful
1 a rain and especially has it been hard his death came as a shock. He was wards, of Lawtey were visitors here

on the farmers. Some suffered be- once a resident of our town and his Friday.W. S. MATTHEWS, President GEO. C. WHITE, Cashier ,
cause of isolation/ and many truck many friends .grieve to learn of his M. Wimberly visited friends. and

x crops were injured bytotanding water. death.J. elatives at Lawtey Monday.
The roods between here and the surrounding M. Shaw Jr., was!' a visitor to Geo. Robinson, of Jacksonville, was ,
l I, ( towns were impassable for Gainesville first of last week. > business visitor here Saturday.
I' several days. Our people would be Claude Crosby of New River was Mrs. W. G. Crews and son,.W. L.,
glad to know that their children and in town Saturday enroute to Starke. 'vere shopping Starke Monday.Mr. 1
grandchildren will have better roads, Everett Clemons, of Jacksonville and Mrs. Elbert Griffis and lit-
even if they are debarred.k was here visiting his mother Mrs. II. tle daughter of Tampa arrived last Alachua County's Foremost Shopping Center==

; 1 H. D. May and family of Alachua C. demons first part of the week. Tuesday for a visit with his parents ,
j"I county were visitors here Sunday. Mrs. Dell and, children' of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. John Griffls.
j Cecil Moore, of Theressa who is attending spent the week-end here at the Bailey Lang of Sumner spent the Shop Through Our Mail Order Department.
school here, spent the week- home of Mr. and Mrs R. A. Weeks. week-end here with relatives.Mr. .
end with his ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. F. L. Colson and daughter and Mrs. W. H. Hudson and '
D. W. Moore of Theressa. Virginia of Pine Hill, spent the weekend children, of Jacksonville; spent sev-
Death of J. M. Maxwell here at the home of G. B. Colson eral days the guests of Mr. and Mrs. lit r I
The people of Hampton were greatly Thelma Thomas spent the week-end H B. Hudson. Quo _
shocked Thursday evening when it with homefolks at Cooter Pond. Alonzo Strickland of Kingsley SerVice
was learned that Mr. J. M. Maxwell I W. Andreu of New River, was attending Take visited his brother J. L. Strick-

had died suddenly at his home in the to business here last Thurs land, Monday and Tuesday.The GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
j southern part of town. He had been I day. very heavy rains of the past '
helping with his farm work during: Cantey Oliver of Pine Hill spent week have not damaged the strawberry -
the day ate and apparently enjoyed / the week-end here at the home of her crops through this section. Wateris Largest Stock of Ladies' Ready-to-wear, Dry Goods and
r his supper and was sitting by the uncle I. W. Pinholster, Jr. standing close to the railroad station -
t fireside with his family when he died. Quite a crowd attended the partyat here for the first time In years. Notions in Central Florida.
II A physician was called but to no the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. This being the second highest pointin
avail. Colson Saturday evening, and reported the state we are not usually troub-
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N. C., Jan. 22, 18.51 He was united Dr. Bishop, of Alachua made!a D. Prescott and family are convalescing It was a bad day Wednesday for
in marriage with Miss Ida Porter of call\] here Saturday.R. after severe attacks of the wild animals in the Milton section. A m=mo"'WG'mmlII "D"'Gn"'m"='IDllInr.n rmumm''D''a'mnlmOn''D' 'D''a'mmm' swct J.;

o h ,Egypt Go., and to this union were T. Osteen has purchased tho G. dengue fever. 300-pound black bear was killed 11
td t born seven children, six of whom survive M. Seville cottage In the west end 1 of miles from Milton the bear being* GROCERIES ,.

t him. lie was a kind and loving town and expects to move there this RAIFORD sighted by residents of that neighbor' Our variety of groceries and foodstuffs is so great that we

,' husband and father and will be niisa- week. hood who' gave the alarm. A posse can supply any appetite. Our prices are so reasonable, no pocketbook n
\ ed by our community. Mrs. E. J. Ward has been on the Raiford Oct. 20.-W. H. Andrewswas was soon trailing the animal and Mr. need feel the strain. This is a good place to come, and a '
I, Funeral services were conducted at sick list for the past week but H a visitor to Jacksonville last Fri- Jernigan had the distinction of kill- better place to keep coming. I IBOYD'S
I'l the home by Rev. Burke, of Waldo somewhat improved at this writing. day. ing the unusual(visitor. W. P. Brown
pastor of the Methodist church and P. M. Barefoot was a visitor to Earl Whitten was a visitor over to aided by his dogs, ran t8 earth a four GROCERY STORE J
the body laid to rest in Santa Fe cemetery Starke Sunday.W. I Starke last week. foot wildcat and after a fight the cat J. G. BOYD Prop. '
j beside,his son, Porter, Maxwell M. Moody of LaCrosse, was I Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dowling of was killed. It was the largest seen Hi
who preceded him by ten years. A here T uesday. I Lake Butler" were in town Sunday af In that section.
I : large procession of friends followed On account of bud weather the lit- ternoon.
the remains to its resting place and erary society did not have its regular I Johnnie Jones of Baker county was I UNCLE SAM'S: NEW BOND IS- FLORIDA STATE FAIR
I., I the grave was decorated with many meeting Friday evening but met Mon- a business visitor in town recenty. ,STRAWBERRY PLANTS SUE WAS OVER-SUBSCRIBED

'.1 i., ) I beautiful flowers, as the last token of i I day evening at the school building.The I J. C. Jones and Mrs. A. D. Andrewswere Supvrb 100 genuine Everbearing Progreealve Plant delivered or Al? rail lines operating in Florida
"} love and respect. program was carried out.B. visiting near Glen St. Marysone to your door at proper Washington Oct. 11.-The govern have announced one and one-half first
Ii. : I I lie leaves to mourn his loss a wife Y. P. U. Sunday evening, 7:30: day last week. planting Writ for time a copy for only of our 75o.four ment's new bond issue-the first class one way fares for the FloridaState
in charge of two. Everybody I[ Miss Loca Anderson of Lake But- color more since the war-has been oversubscribed
';)! Mrs. J. M. Maxwell and six children, group than 80fo .'Jetl-r planta.U. Fair and Exposition which will
W. II. and J. M. Maxwell, Jr.. Misses invited i I ler spent last week-end with hew parents C. WALLEK BROS. Secretary Mellon announced be held in. Jacksonville November 17
r Margaret Julia, Bessie and Rebecca; S. A. Bryan of Starke passed her 922.gtlt.17PERFECT Jl1DI O/loJA. ARK. tonight. The total subscriptions it to 25.
to." ', "' I" also two
,I .}i j i I 1 t Mrs. Julia Black and Ida Livingston chug I Brown were visitors to Glen St. HEALTH $1,000,000,000 on an offering within the state of Florida, and will
Messrs. George and Neal Maxwell\ of Marys Friday. limited to about 500000000. be good for use only on November
I Tail. Plll kee. the IB perfect
,i' '1' 'I\ Raiford N. C., and Dan Maxwell, of LAKE BUTLER Mrs. D. C. Cason who has been ....... Reiulat lb. bowls erttem. and produce Preliminary reports received from 26, prior'tt> midnight of which date
Hawthorne. I Dialling in Jacbonviile. has returned A VIGOROUS BODYA the federal reserve banks Mr. Melon return trip must be completed.
ti ''I t, 1 The family has the sympathy of Lake Butler, Oct. 20.-Mrs. John I to her home here. .o'er lea reneoV ,sick. headache said, show that the subscriptionsfor Children of five years and under
I'I the entire community. Bielling of Miller\ was! In town'Tuesday Misses Bessie Kennedy and Kate ....-. the new 4 1.4 per cent bonds of twelve, will be charged one half the

t !, \ Death of Mrs. AV. II. Hicks attending the institute. 1! Epperson spent last week-end. at their Tult's Pills 1917-52 are well)) distributed over all fares authorized in the tariff covering

t+ t I Many hearts were made sad Friday Misses\ Kate Epperson and Russell i i! home in Lake Butler.. sections of the country.Notwithstanding the fair excursion rates.It .
r I : I .., morning when it was reported that Rivers of Providence were visiting -- - | the over-subacrip- is expected that these low round
t II. Hicks had passed to the homefolks In town Tuesday. I CARD OF THANKS tion of the issue the
Mrs W. secretary an-
,1, I No/ Worm In a Healthy trip excursion rates will attract many
'I She stricken with Dr. Roemer A.M., Ph. D., Mrs. I nounced investors who subscribed
was for
beyond. I
;1 great All children troubled with Worm have an no- visitors to Jacksonville during fair
'' : I 'I\ -, lung trouble a short time before her Roemer and Dr. O. J. Moody of the | We wish to thank the kind friends healthy color.which Indicate! poor blood and..a. amounts of $10,000 or less, or who week, as it will give them an exceptional
Gainesville University were speakersat rendered, their rote, then la more or tow stomach dl.mrbaaoe.GROVE'S '
who faithfully ser- desire to
I \ death and good nursing and the core so TASTELESS!: CHILL TONIC given ......- exchange their 4 3-4 Victory opportunity to visit the metropolis
"I'( the institute held here Tuesday. I vices during the sickness and death laxly for two or three _k. will enrich the bloody) notes or December 15 certifiCates of the well its to
; (. t of skilled\ physicians availed no. Her Miss Perla Whitten of Raiford was Improve the dltfeitkm.and act aa a aeoar.l strength, for the bonds state as
w new still
I her home 1 lof our loved one, Mrs. W. H. JIlcks.I oinil Totjlc to the whole tynom.. Namn will then, may get take in the big fall)) show.
1-1'a, ; sufferings were ended. at visiting friends in town Tuesday. 1 throw off or diced" the worms d the Child will be. an allotment in full upon their application -
I t Billy Roberts, of Five Mile, was avisitor We thank the kind friends for. the Deflect aw". ',*. Fle *>at to.*>&.' 730 per boul* if tendered -
j to
'r Oct. 13th. promptly fed- The
j '. 1 names of Misses Iris Epper
'I beautiful floral offerings which they
\ here Monday. j
!; eral banks.
Bradford reserve
y : I' Mrs. Hicks was born son and Eunice Perkins, of the elev-
( I J. S. Howard and Tuck Andrews of placed on the mound where our dear
1 County Oct. 15. 1891 where she spent I, To Cure a Cold In One hey" enth grade were unintentionally
: I, t her life. She was Dukes, motored to Lake Butler Tuesday ; one sleeps. Take LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE: (Tablets DeWitt C. Jones wad a Thursday omitted from the honor roll of the
'J the greater part of .top*tho i'cnitth and Hvailnrho nod work* off .fu
\ the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. I I Mr. W. II.: Hick,...Miss Bessie Jones. CoM E.W.1.ROvE, dUMIure on aaih box. 9Jc visitor in Jacksonville. t B. II. S. in last week's Telegraph.

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