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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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UNION I IN MONTANA WILL SANITARY INSPECTION REV. F. C. EDWARDS I FORMAL OPENING OF WO "\: 'I TODAY'S TELEGRAPH: in1 ILIUM(; noon--SLATED- ;

DRIVE OUT TilE RADICALS I DIES AT AS11KV1LLKKlssimmee CLUB HOUSE 'oi'I'I'I'I I r FOR CITY (OK STARKE! i iSftcs
Monday, October 23, the chairmanof I This number of the Telegraph is
I oe Owners offer to Assist Workersin the sanitary committee, S. A. Oct. 23-News! was, The Woman's Club will formally only half! the usual! size. We hope Purchased for New Buildings to
Forming UnionI Bryan, Marshal Kite, and Mayor C received here today of the death of open their new club homo Friday I for our subscribers' indulgence when he Erected; in ItiiHinoss Section
L. Peek mi..lo< a thorough inspectionof Rev. F. C. Edwards, which occurred I evening, Nov. 3rd, at 8 o'clock, and the rl'nRon'is explained. First. some -
I Capital and.\ labor in Butte, Mont., all lots in Clarke. Said inspectors! at a sanitarium Asheville.', N. C., the club is making every effort toI new machinery for the press! 1'00111'WIIS Two important real l estate deals
Le joined. hands to drive out radi- found that a great majority of citizens where he had been for several years. make the occasion a success in every instilled, and until it was in running were cloned, this week, which will institute -
lis front the district and unionize had cheerfully responded to.tho Mr. Edwards was born near (Chrysta particular. The following noted club, nrdt'r, ,110 work could be done on a building boom for Starke.
II mines so that the men will have clean up notification of the mayor River'in Citrus County, and was 60( workers have been invited to be present the paper. Then followed an illnessof Indications are that several new
:interrupted work at living wages, and feel gratified, such response. years cf age. He wa a graduate of and speak on the opening\ night: I our linotype operator and the work homes will hi erected In the near future
| .e from outside dictation. For.years But the inspection committee found Stetson University, and for several Miss Elizabeth Skinner, president of l was again temporarily stopped. The besides two new p laces of business. ,
L miners have been forced to pay forty-three cases where no response ;ears edited the, 'I'ir' "'d.v Haptif-( Florida Federation Woman's Clubs; I only way to issue any paper lit nil .
,huts to the Western Federation of had been made. The majority of these Witness. He has filled several pastorates Mrs. W? S. Jennings, vice president I this week wail to make it only om-- D. R:. Knight, local attorney malt
iners, contributing(: a high percent- I. cases Is lack of weed cutting, and a in Florida, amonj( them being ., General Federation; Mrs. J. T. half the usual size. both deals I I.+. C. hail ingsworth purchased -
'g of their wages to maintaining good percent useless old cans and Starke, Kissim-iiet, and was sectional vice president F. F. Monre'l However the most essential, news IH u corner lot nt the internee., .,
riles in distant parts of tho county boxes, bottles and all sorts of worth- very much loved by the members of' The following local committee chairmen /given, anti we hope that' hereafter tion of Walnut and Madison, streets
At last the revolt came, in 1914, less truck back of business lots and these churches, but for the past several -I' have been appointed: nothing will interfere with the timchohorod J. I.. Simmons purchased: the lot nextto ;
bid, everyone thought a new era of on and near rairoad frontage. years he has ueen spending: his Program, Mrs. E. K. Perrynmn. regularity/ of the Telegraph, Mr.\ Mollniffsworth.[. / !
Lsperity was at hand. Owing to unusual wet weather all time in North Carolina !in Guest of Refreshments, Mrs J. II. Hitch. both as to time of Issuance and to Both !Mr. HolUngsworth( and, Mr. ...
On tho heels of the grafting union delinquents will be given until next I health. He married Miss Mary Leilner Decorations! Mrs. C. F. hoover contents Simmons will build places of business '
I'Tlclals; however, came the radical meeting: of council to clean up before of this city who was at his bedsidi. Receiving committee, Mrs.! N. I). the former to erect it modern, up-to- T5i '
Lment, and the I. W. W. found any published statement will be made. at the time of his death, and is uur Wainwright, Mrs. J. H. Ritch Mrs 1 PERSONAL date electric shoe shop und the latter
A Socialist COMEU L. PEEK I 1) E. Knight, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell See the shoos ut Stump's. t
Lite a fertile field. may- vlved by her and two sons. Henry a plumbing whop. Each building will r P
|,r ruled and for a time Butte was in Mayor. and Franklin C. Edwards His remains The opening of the club house will he n one-story structure (
I.e hands of the most radical element will pass through this city be a purely social occasion( and, f1 Turner's Bakery has inaugurated\ An Addition i ii
I America. They called strikes to MRS. BIGGS GIVES 'BRIDGE PARTY Tuesday, onroute to Bartow, where general invitation is given to the (cit. a daily route for their mica cur. Arthur Williams, proprietor of the i
Lit their whims, extracted toll from s I funeral services will be held conducted I i/.ens of the town and community whoa Williams House, Is making plans to
1 by Rev. J, R. Holt of Arca "1.' interested in the club. The sxn. Ladies' huts nt ron bargain pricesat enlarge\ hiM hotel) so "x to uceommo- ;

| workmen Friday evening Mrs.. E. L. Biggs diaMr. tlemen of the town are especially( invited Slump's. date his. ever Increasing,:( bIlMin('"". Ho fcil
Radicals Driven Out I gave a delightful bridge; party at her Edwards was for several years to be present, at they have 110 expects to build an addition that will
But during the last two years the attractive home on North Walnut the pastor of the First Baptist Church generously contributed towards the Harold C. WAn has purchased a fine bp divider) into nine rooms, each to be ,
teals have been driven out, the f street. The guests included Mr. and of Starke. Nine years ago he was club building./ bird dog. quipped, with bath etc. +
rl tiers have developed their own lead- j Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. A. compelled to give up the pastorate on More I Plan a
and the Z. Adkins Mr. and Mrs. E. M. ST. MARK'S CHURCH Miss Clnrn Mao: :Shepard Is confined .
Johns
l-s. who are conservative!, account of poor health. Ills many Local lumber companies; sluts that 1
,ins operators have helped form a I I.T. W. Andrews, Jr., Marcus Brown, Starke friends regret his death and to her homo with the dengue/ fever Ihey have furnished ,1& ,score or more
from .the us- Misses Nelle Roberts and Hilda Twentieth Sunday after Trinity. Dr. liiKK ia in attendance.If of
timule
'W union, a departure feel deep sympathy for his bereaved e and expect building opcratidiiM .
.11) run of affairs between. capital and Struth. Mrs. Beasley won first prize, family. Morning prayer at 11 a. m. here soon to be In full swing.
-..bor. which was a deck of cards:'.and to One of Mr. Edwards' former parish This is the time when special inter- you need. garage/ service call ---
The operators are running theirnctal Mr. Beasley fell the booby prize.' ioners asks us to print the following! est is manifested in the nation wide number five dozen HALLOWEEN PARTY
[ mines at only GO per cent of Mrs. Biggs served her guests with acknowledgement campaign. It has always been the AT THK ARMORV
I opacity and are offering $4.75 a day chicken salad, sandwiches, saltines, This his last church. Mr. Edwards aim to make it largely inspiration L. C. Powell was in Jacksonville, on ss

oJ miners but can get no response olives, cocoa and whipped cream. said many times he loved these peorlo and educational but the budget is business Monday. There will be a Halloween party
of the country. They necessarily a part of it. The peopleare Friday evening 7:3() '.
better :
oVIock
from other parts than any church*he had ever Miss Icln Kurtz who recently at the ;
Insert that many miners who drifted BIRTHDAY PARTYIn labored with. When he resigned the asked( to read carefully the litera- the R. A., Koon place, IH purchasing repairing armory/ \'t'n hy the local W.C.T.U. \
families with ture that is issued. Formerly the Admission 10 and 25 r
took their church did eenta. Uncle
way and not call a pastor for sev- and remodeling! und will soon i
hem when the I. W. W. troubles be- honor of little Elaine Wynn's eral months,-hoping that ha would be work was done by comparatively few, a Florida home. Sam will bo there, also other noted
back if fifth birthday her uncle and aunt now the aim Is to reach every communicant cozy persons. Everyone; ,
lan, would be glad to come able to return to the work. requested/ to coma I
Ihey could be assured of protection Mr. and Mrs.' F. A. Scott, gave a fam- Se was very much beloved by not and everyone interested in Dr. Boss, of North Georgia/ la a masked! and join in tin fun. A prize
gainst the radicals. ily dinner party Sunday at their homeon I only his church, but by every citizen the church. Formerly the budget' was Starke visitor thin week und while will be /given to tho l best masked child
Urged OrganizationThe Ninth street. i who knew him. While here on a visit about 2 million a year, now it is about here U looking over his pecan grove. under 12::! years old" and to thu host
operators urged the miners to The table was beautifully arranged ) about eighteen months( ago he remarked 7 millions.- This shows the awakened masked grown person. There will: boon

Lrganize, asserting that there would and centered by a white birthday? cake', several times that he felt he interest in the church's forward work Mrs. L, M. Hasnctt has received ,I Halo bilked beans, sandwiches, pie trakes

lie either an organization affording surrounded by pink flowers, and on had come back home and ho was urg- word from her former home that her home-made. randy, hot cocoa,
,rotectlon to the men and allowing the cake burned five pink candles. ed to accept a call but he thought best 1 PERSONAL father Is seriously ill. and cold drinks. The public, cordially }
Ihem to work in peace, or there would Seated on the cake was a come-back to remain In North Carolina. He will invited
strikesnd 1 baby doll which of numberof J. W. Andrews, Jr., spent Mondayin (
''e a radical union making for was one a always have a warm place In the )\11'. mid Mrs. H. A. Bishop have
mines lovely gifts for the honoree. Jacksonville. $;;.1100 SIIIPMKNT:' GIVEN; ::' A
all its attendant ills. The young hearts of his people here.U. returned from a brief visit at Green HATH i iI
| organizing a new union Besides little Miss Wynn, those en-
by
replied Cove '
saying they were tired of out- joying this dinner party were Miss n.'C. SILVER TEA Mrs. Elizabeth Johns returned home Springs A $!i/l1I1I) fdiipment, ;::;; of goods from ,

lide. domination and that they wanted Doris Scott Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn, last week after a visit with her Curds have been received" from I New York City, consigned to Stump'sDepartment s

,ience in the Butte mines. Misses Free and Mary Lee Wynn, The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C. daughter, Mrs Ervinn Reynolds, of Miss Evelyn Colson by her many Store, of this city, was.,
ILt was pointed out that most of Arthur Darby Jones and Mary Brown- gave a most enjoyable sliver tea on Raleigh, N. C. friends. Mills Colson announce! that given u bulli in Nassau Inlet Tues-!
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I he miners owned their own homesnd lee. Thursday afternoon at the handsome n she enjoys her position as student day. Thousands of (11)1 liars worth of
that they would rebel against residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davison Mrs. O. L. Iluusley was a visitor to nurse In St. Luke's hospital, Jacksonville cargo was I thrown overboard from tho ,
urther exploitation by radicals and BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINThe West Madison street. Hostessesfor Jocknonvile Thursday. ,stranded steamship I.cmipo of tho r. l k "

Business' profiteers. The miners say this occasion were Mrs. L. A. Clyde fine which went on u sand, bar .
ihcy are ready to give and take and weather last Sunday was just Davis, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Miss\ Virginia Weeks, of Brooker, spent T. L. Williams and sister-in-law, ten days ago. All the goods were .1
I hat they will have certain demand!s "ripe" for airship flying, and next Etta!: Then. the: week-end with Harriet Ritc-h. Mrs. J. D. Radford and Mrs. Butler, saved, though/ partly dnmngud by wa : 1

In( make on the companies, but that Sunday will indicate some surprises' The reception room and hall were Col. A. Z. Adkins made business of Live Oak, passed through Starke ter. I' ,
all differences In the positions of the ships. The decorated with u Mr. Stump has stated, that 1, '
Hhe new union feels a profusion of glowing Jacksonville Sunday enrouto to Green Cove, milking aa soon :
to Thursday.Mrs.
trip;
Lan be adjusted In a satisfactory many "Livingstone" plane leads at present, marigolds, while in the dining the trip by auto an tin" goods. arrive they will he placed .

to both sides. an dthe boys in this class are determined room Paul Neyron roses were used. DeWitt C. Jones and daughter on Halo/ for whatever prlco they ,j P 1
New Kind of Union to keep to the front. The contest The hostesses were assisted In serving Bilge in Jacksonville G. B. Column, the Brookor merchant( will bring. The prices will he no low I
The new independent union digers is exhilarating; and if you are by Hazel Middleton! Mary Canova : spent Saturday md business In Starke Monday., that people will want the Lanapo to> I fi '
naterially from the so-called "com I not a member of any other Sunday Lucile Mitchell Harriet Ritch and on a shopping trip. J. R. Howe, of Indian (Head, Md.. become utrandud every day In the i

pany unions," in that the members dohot school come in with us, and the class Elise Jones, who are members of the Miss! Loca Sweat returned Satur- who is Interested in thin section, wasa week. \
work for one company but for all you enter will have its ship advanced. Ruby Davis Chapter, Children of the day from Arcadia, where sho bas pleasant (caller at our office Mon- !
Bhe companies In the district. It is Two or three have reached London Confederacy. The delicious refresh spent the past three1 months with her luy. l'I1IWIIASI'S' : INT1IlRST:;;
Veally a regional union, independent while the advanced ship has Paris in ments were of cocoa and whipped sister. Miss Sara Sweat. .
|''f any outside organization and free sight. Put on the "gas," boys, and cream' chicken and tomato sandwigh-; lire. Gee.! < A. Gardiner und, mother, P. J. I'earce has 'bought the interestof
[from employer control. 4 It satisfies keep the rest of the ships where they es. Mrs. Florence Powell and brother, Mrs. II. Austin, returned, Wednesday, J. J, Johns In the City Barber Shop sr
fcll the necessities of collective bar- 'have a good view of your tail. To The silver offering amounted to Paul E. Canova Jr., visited rcatives from a 10 day stay at Huntings where and in now to tie.found. them. Mr.
training and gives the workers a di- get credit in the contest, be in your $23.13, which will be used by the in Lake City last week. tfrs. Gardiner wus called to the hod- I, I'Cllrl'III no stranger here, having
act medium of communication thru place[ before ten o'clock. Chapter in defraying expenses. Mrs. side of her daughter\ Mrs 7.. J. Rol>- formerly been identified with the establishment

*hich grievances and disputes maye Divine.worship at 11:00, when the A. Z. Adkins was in charge of the Mrs. 1>. T. Clark, who haa been vin- rta. At this writing Mra.. Roberts Is I mentioned but huts of
bandied. pastor will present the second sermon following delightful program: iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. i very much, improved in health. late been living at Hampton. Ho 'Is
I The operators, In their eagerness in the worning series on "A Instrumental solo, Humoresque D. Wainwright, returned, to her homo a skilled 1 and l up-to-d. barber and '.
jto get a union organization underay Fishing Expedition." The topic will Mrs. E. K. Perryman. In Jacksonville Sunday, and was accompanied The Woman's Minslonnry Union of n rapid' worker.
which would act as a bulwark be "Catching Nothing.. Reading, Our Hired Girl-Miss Hazel I by little Miss Martha I'ow- the Baptist church met Monday afternoon -
Wainst the I. W. W., offered to bear B. Y. P. U. meets at 6:30, and evening Middleton. ell. and, the following officers were '
ENJOYED:: : SKUVIf'K:
Ihe expenses, sof as to make it unnecessary worship at 7:30. The second Vocal (a) By the Waters of Minne- elected: President, Mrn. J. J. Hul- I A
to pay dues in the new union. sermon in the series'on "God's Jew tonka, (b) May Morning-Mrs. A. Z. len; vice president, Mm. J, 1,'. Kick-
The union officials, however, politely els" will be given at this service. Last Adkins. Charles Darby, who has just returned liter; secretary Mrs. T. N. Llmbaugh; I attended the morning service nt \
the church lust
declined as they said it mighte Sunday evening the Scriptural Sym Reading Lee to the Rear-Mra. L. from a trip to New York and treasurer, Mrs. S. L. Peek.J. Presbyterian Sunday.
northern cities arrived here on The sermon was unusually good andwell
other ,
misconstrued as an obligation and holism was studied; and having established G. Powell.
they wanted to be independent, witho the scripturalness of the Vocal, (a) Carlssinna (b) A Dream Saturday for a short visit with hit S. Blitch the popular superintendent forceful attended. Rev. brought Hedjreii, In out a very the .
manner
strings to embarass them. symbol we shall, in the following sermons -Miss Nelle Roberts.' brother, A. M. Darby.W. of the State Farm, has recently ,
facts In the lives of the rich man and
I Enthusiasm over the new plan runs trace its appropriateness bothIn Reading, So Was I-Lucile Mitch returned from Detroit, wherehe Lazarus showing to the congregation
high in Butte, as it means the end of the science and history of precious ell. M. Wainwright, of Tallahassee, attended the Prison Conference. the necessity. of people living for each ( .
11 strikes, acts of violence and the stones and pearls. The topic will be ON DISPLAY spent the week-end with his parents, While In Detroit he visited a Ford other and not for themselves alone. 9,
eign of terror which, has crippled 'Their Formation"" Teeming with Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. factory and saw them making a cara the evening. service this speaker rAt

Ihe district for years.. The miners Interest and information is this subject R. S. Humphrey presented the minute. dwelt the absolute necessity of
Pay they are tired of being called outfn as well as full of incidents illustrative Telegraph with a sweet potato of exceptionally The U. D. C. will meet at 3 o'clockp. honesty upon In our every day business life,
strike at the whim of absentee : $f the position ,and prospectsof fine appearanceand m.next Wednesday at the residence Mrs. Ko '<> McMasters and baby, explaining how business. men could do
feaden, and the new organization those who are called out of darkness weighing five pounds. This potatowas of Mrs. L. A. Davis. All officers who have been! visiting Miss Kate so much good if they would only devote -
sans untinterruptEd work for the into God's marvelous light. Audiences grown on his premises corner are requested to give written reports Livingston, have returned to their more time to the church and the
mere and uninterrupted productiono that more than filled, the auditorium Call and Broadway Streets, and ha of the year's work. There will home in Tampa. They were accompanied church work and I feel that If more ..... ,
heard the opening sermons' has others like it. of officers for the com ,"
rthe operators. many be an election by Mrs. McManter's grand- of the business' men would attend ,
last Sunday. If you were benefited, The potato is now on display in the ing year.N. mother, Mrs. Mary Rauch, of Jack church regularly we would' have
LOWENS-BURNSED bring your friends and neighbors on Bradford County Bank. sonville who has also been a guest of stronger churches and a better com p
next Sunday. But do not forget the
D. Wainwright, Jr., and his Miss Livingston. / munity. AN ATTENDANT.
children The ladies of the sewing circle
were schoolmate, Jack Ives, of Miami, came
Hiss Nita Burnsed and Mr. George
pleasantly entertained on Monday evening of Florida ,I Trubf brought to the Telegraph -
Lowens of Jacksonville wets -luUtlv\ BAPTIST CHURCH PROGRAM: by Mrs. F. L. Turner at her up from the University J. J. Friends here of Min A. Price will
home of Mr. the first ripe
married October 12th, in Jackson Morning service 11:00: home on Call street. The evening was and spent Sunday at the office Monday bo Interested to know that she la In a
ville. Rev. Rufus Russell, pastor! of Oct. 22, Going Fishing.Oct. cheerfully spent in a social manner. I and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright.P. strawberry of the season. As the hospital In Philadelphia, where she
rule
the Christian Church performed the 29, Catching Nothing. The hostess served refreshments. strawberry plants are, as a has hud cataracts removed from hereyes .
E. Canova Sr., left Sunday on a much vigorous this season thanIn ,
ceremony. They will make their home Nor. 5, Discovered. Among those present Mrs. more The physicians are hopeful she
were
in Jacksonville. Miss Burned: has Nov 12, Convicted. II. M. Snyder Mrs. J. C. Robinson, business trip to Chattanooga. former years, we may expect to I will regain her sight and If the op-

ived in Starke for a number rf yvavs Evening service, 7:80: Mrs. Nelle Hughes, Mrs. J. W. Edwards snip some berries by 'lranksgividay. < eratirn U successful Mrs Price xpecU < \
and her friends here are interested' to Oct. 22, The Scriptural Symbol.Oct. Mra. J. L. Jennings and Mrs Horace Wilson of the University of to return to Starke to spend th J .
hear of her mariage. 29, Their !\Formation. Turner. Florida, spent the week-end at the I
Nov. 5, Their Character. Mrs. Edwards will entertain the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Miss Penis Whitten in town of Raiford Tuesday, was Advertise in the Telegraph. I'
Subscribe for the Telegraph. Nov. 12, Their Variety. circle on Monday next. L. Wilson. visiting friends

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We move anything. Just call 00 J. V. Jon.'., IT H. Hall mammon, and A. f Imiiteca.Hulil town. of 8tarl< bomb. are to b.. issued] HOW TO GET BACK I

i t ; County Telegraph! I and 'vo do the rest. Borea's1027tf. Gar'IiCe.I' I I\f'D Williams I No.clerk.e. .'h.-O... W.. Itlnnon.and U. F C.. for the the iiurponu watvrworka of rcconnlnictinir and electric. !, and light enlarging plant-

t W. Moore II. I> May. mananrra. I of the town of Stark. Florida, Said bomb

Holbenref.DlH'rlct I No.clerk.::: 1.: New Itlver-, <3. w....Andrewal |arp I'he to bo said'noli board! for not.of Ipafl bond than trustee par reserves. THE "JOY OF LIFE"LIFE Now smck\d
weekly and entered a'" 1. R. Ailklm. B C. Crown m.n.
I Published and all blile.
; thtt right to re jet t any
r I I ( Don't forgot our garage, battery clerk.Rletrict if you're so
\ I C. M. Phillips fly order of the said board of bond truU'IM isn't worth living
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I second class matter, at the post charging, tire vulcanizing. Moneyhack i .. No.. r.s. CIcmonR.K.korv-.l.manaKcni.H Kolley.and It.T. of the Town of SturkiFlorliln.. and run down you can hardly
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office at Starke, Florida. guarantee, on all our work. Bo- O.ten. clerk. drag yourself around. by amen milti
I' of the Bo f Bund Triuteea '
k ; I -u ; Phone five dozen 1 I I. M. BROVVNLFB.Altmtt hoard.CIO. I Town: of SLarko, Florida If the rich red blood full of health I
I rsa"" = VPP'S iuraRO. Chairman
F S. ATTIIEWS.. Editor and Owner : I ; W. AI.DKRMAN.: 11.8 Attest C.: A. FUTCH. and vigor, were pumping life would through come back your
_ I' 10-211-.t. veins, the joy of
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Clerk who
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Whun Cleric of the Board of Bond Trustees low
'I' you go dove hunting thin 1-- -- Town of SUirka.. 1U-13-DI-U-10 soon enough! Gude'a Pepto-Mangan

\,"1 l ( PUBLISHED EVERY FKIDAYSUBSCRIPTION season make I'ryan's) Store your new NOTICE .OF MASTER'S BALE has worked this magic for thousands-I
I Notice la hen by given I that under and by I it will do the same tot you. Take
RATEr 'tinjf place. lie will meet there. I made and renderedSeptcmlwr 1I'f'4'fQ/W/ TWWIDiA1GIIf@IDtSlttWtDLir"RrcJJkSCI
it f mc< you virtue nf a certain iliTree. I it for a short time and see how your I
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I I Circuit COFFINS & CASKETS health and strength improve. Your
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t I I chancery lltlnir.. In fnvor of I>. [).vl.. com- And a Full Line of 21 )
/ t I Il olalnanland against W. J. Block and AgeeBlack. you

"l r STAUKK, FLORIOAIB Every day is bargain day at P. F. i sale .before his wife the, the courthoune undcmli door'"l will nt olTnr SUlko.for I UnI.rtakera' Suppler ?! prefr.Gude's

1' the county sent of Bradford county Stump's. Bradford county Florida, betwnpn the leijiilhoura '
on. "f No. AUTOMOBILE\ HEARSE
of ann! on Monilay. the Ot'i ) .
p fj'I' n town of 1500 population; locat vjmlier 1(122.( to the hlxhcnt and lest bid"'". I Always on hanif. The best er- ..ticigareHea
.q the best agricultural, section of Children's shoe sale at Stump's.Ladies' for caHh, the following. doncribpl liindn. rlt- pepto-.Mangan
od in
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+ gated In Bradford county Klorida. t wit: Y eke at the low, at prices. Spe-
the State. The Northeast Quarter of the Northwest I i I Ia.
:, li I of the Northwfwt ami attention to telegraph or. Tonic and Blood Enricher
Qunrt and that portion
""r ,'I I \ is beautifully located; has : shoes on sale at Stump's. Embalmer /
'f Starke I Quarter of the Northeast Quarter wait of the .s. Registered ...
i t wide ) streets !lined with trees; 9. A. L. railway, ,ere throe and one-half acme I
.I } paved tt F. I
In the northeast. comer b li nnlnic to
I excellent light< water and sewerage Men's shoes on sale at Stump's. Martin aol one acre old to Mary Jane RobInson DeWITF C. JONES me Quinine. .laIIIUU j nut /.tlvct, | tic. j
\ building said land lylnir and, hclnir> In SectionTwentyalx Bii-ni'do. of Ua tonic: jnd li< r.v.' elTett. .. t I I 1 systems, well constructed ; Township Five South of hangs STARKE, FLA ; UKOMO QUI.NINh;/! ; (Tab ta) con hi- taken ,
) grade and hitch school second to none;; Ladies, see the bargain table atStump's. Twenty-two Kant and containing. forty and by anyone "witliouc (niiKlnJ,,ni'r\inianneuor. nnjlintl
,
f 11 i one-half some, more or I..... Also, commeno N'MR1'4Aff tP RD> f1CE1QUi1L",,,,,tl@,! ; f lilt Ih" lii-ttd. E rt,GKOVESaUlaotui-Bo.i'i.t: : a osW'e '
nationally
,;f II five churches, broom factory, Inu at point one hundred fort went of the I II
'I I JJ and tho best Seaboard' Air Line railway track thence on I II
:, : known mineral sprint the north lino of the Southeast Quarter, of I
I
; stores Ira tho country. Two railroads OF MASTER'S SALE the Northwest Quarter of Section. Twentylx
NOTICE
\ .
.1 I and running South and parallel with the said
.: I supply excellent transportation facil! Notice 'In hrifhy nlvcn that under mid b" railroad three hundred anti forty-five feet, 666C
I I virtue of n anal decree rondo and rcndrraaRi thence went on tho same variation aa the tec.tion .
I ales It is one of the largest strawberry !' >l>loml>i-r II). 1022. by the Jmltm of the Circuit line six hundred. and sixty feet thenceat
'! i raising, sections! In the South. Court. of I the Eighth Judicial Circuit ofKlurUIn right. angles north to the north line of the Malaria, Chills and Fever, I
; J I In and for Bradford County In chnn- above deacrllied forty acre. thpnco eaah on 1 15 forlOc 1
.( \ 1 BRADFORD COUNTY conr nlttlnir.. In favor of J. T.. HlrkcT. com- the. name lino to tho point of beginning. containing Dengue or Bilious Fevw. It kills II
fertile counties in "".Innnt, and afmlnHt A. H. ftrownlnft and five name, more or lend ; all\ In SectionTwentyelx I the
> if i Is ono of the most Jon Johns., drfendnnta. the unilcmlunod' will Township Five South of Range. germs. I
y tho state of Florida. As an agricultural [ otrt>r for sale Moore the rotiHhoiiHe door nt Twenty-two Kant. L ,
z
i Stnrlt. Bradford county. Florida, between tin E. M. JOHNS ylNtwaan' P : ,
; section it has won high laurels Ifiral hours of Sale on Monday, the nth day nf lO-fl-CUll-l Special Muster I ,
I J
the November 1R22 tn the hivhrat and heat I bid ,
: i for its crops. Bradford county is err. for rash aubjnct t.. that certain mort- NOTICE OF SAt.B J OF lea 1100.On ."""'PER I I
i home of strawberries, early crops,, cairn held by the Federal Land:: Rank of,(Coliunbia. > CENT TOWN OK. STAItKK BONDS Habitual constipation Cur,
I for the calm, of Nina Hundred rtollnra.aid I
in 1-4 to 21:
+ returns. Itasthe fTcrehy notice In, given' tlmt the board of Days
which net farmers big mortiraice recorded In Morgan Book Two
.I farmers 1 I at Pairo 13, of the pllhllo record: I of Btadfordenunty land. trustees of the Town of SlnrliK, Florida A close shave f LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" lu, ,
of a ,
home of a fine class Florida" the following dewerlbed landjia'ttmU'd will receive aenled bids for the iiurchuiic oft '
I enjoy In Bradford Florida towlf .nllo.no of Water and Tight Plant Ilomlni Our Lenses l>reparcdSyrupTonic-Lo.xa''K
which can County Own
community In people MENTHOLATUMcomforts Grind ,
It relieves .
f. e Thu Northwivt Quarter of the. Soutlieant i tho Town of Startle Florida up to end Constipation. ,Ia"
,
I living. Quarter nnd the South Half of the Routhwnt Including the ICth day of Novrmbor! 1D I should be taken regularly/ for ; i ito \

: Any l Information regarding Stnrke OunrU'r TMrty.flvp.of tht Township Nfirthennt Six Quarter South of of Section Rana. .. HIM'Bald bonila" -are. to bi dated l the first dny. of I and heals.., NODELAYQaines induce regular action. It SIIII&R"ulat,8.
t khatt'" furnished July, A. D. liiw, and are' to he In lh. denomination 1 4 Very 1'leasant to < <
Bradford will be gladly Tnenty-two Kaat containing Sixty serer mnro
\ or county or 1.... of $1,00(1.00 each and to hear Intercutat ille Florida. ocr bottle.
.. by the Bradford County Tele B. M. JOHNS. the rate of 6 per aunt per .annum pnvahlo I
A. :Z/: ABKINS, Special Mauler irml-nnnunlly. nn the Cent day of .Inntmrynnil .. .
.
I graph ComiUinant' Solicitor. 106Ct113NftTKR July of each 1'<;I\r. :with Intercut coupon.attn.h.d. -- -" ---
I ,
Thu principal and Inter t of said
----- -- hcds are payable at the Ilnnover NatlonelHank
t
ql, NOTICE TO PEBTORH AND CREDITORS OP APPOINTMENT OF "" 'SA- in the city and. elate nf New York
AH indebted. In tho MtHlo of J. M. GRItS AND IIFKKS FOR GENERAL Th* amount of bonds oiri-red for sale Is
k ,i Maxwell.pcmons,lulu nf Bradford' cynnty. Florida' tl-ECTION I 1MB.UOO.IIO. anti the principal of odd bonds Foremost Center--
f ( diwcmtf.il. are n..wried t" pay the:r saul .Iu\ w At Ita reirtilnr. mooting October I Z. 1022.! the shall be due and payable f2.00n.nn the Bratday Alachua County's Shopping -
t forthwith and nil persons having claims Board of County CommlHiilitnuni! 0'' Brndfonlrimnty. of July, each year beginning' with ma.
k .I against mill eatiiUi shell file the dime duly I I Florida appointed manager anti and ending, with 1842.: Dldii will accepted
Authenticated, with the undersigned ailminIxtralor olerka for the several oluctlon rreclneta of up to two o'clock p. m., on November 15th
I within imii your, from data said enunly for the general election to he 11'22. All bidder are required to deposit withC. Our Mail, Order
I or they will h.. forever barred held, Timdav. after the heat Monday' 'In No. A. Futch, clerk of the board of land Shop Through Department.
Thla 27th tiny of October. A. D. 1 D22.h..or.l.I M'mbcr.W2.!I : the same belnx. the 1th tiny IruDtoea, of the town of Slarko, Florida a certified
"I { w. n of nld month' and clerk. Instructed to pub.Imh check. for $1.000.00. aaid check to bemnilu
Administrator Estate J. M the names of paid. tnnnnirnra and clerka pnynhlu to Coo C. White, treasurer
-:. I ceased 10.27-Ot-13.2Z rat retniintl 1 by law, .aa follow : or Iho banAl of bond trustees of the town of
niKlrlrt No. 1. TwI.-It. A. Blanchard. Starke. Florida.All .
i f W. C. Woolen J. T. Reddish mnnaxora. nn.j blddera shall specify. the time within
( PtIIIMC NOTICE (;i. H. Poarco. clerk. which the bidder will 1 the 'terms Quoiay
t notice. In given thnt the Board of nintrlct No. 2. Stnrke (north)-W. E. Davis hereof: after notice :la given:ltyw the said clerk, : --
s \ County Hereby Commissioners of Bradford' Connlv.Horl.ta. l T. l I'. Wall Harold Wall manager.*, anti if the board of bond truatcM that delivery of J1ir/ I
I nn Monday, November H, 1122.. at Mo'clock T. N. Kemlrlck. elerk.Dlntrlet bond can ba made Service I
,I i'I M. will olfer for unle' to Iho hlxhest No. 3. SUirke 100..lh\--J.. W. Mor- Certified chock referred. to above la to be
,
y Iran J. W. .Edwards It. A. Novnom, lepoHlted of full
and best bidder for cash the ol'l county Jail manager aa a guarantee compliancewith !
y ,, site end tirlck hulldlntt or will sell themsiinraU'ly anti J. 1.. Peek clerk the bid submitted and In tho event of GAINESVILLEFLORIDA
reserving. ,the right to relent any DlHtrlet No.4. G..hom.-Jl. D. Waidla, acceptance of such bill and the failure. on the.
and nil bids Held lot b-brg" described asfolloWHt Th7",02llMm-! ..Abernathy. part of the bidder. to comply with the termshereof
W. T. M. Ever. clerk. name shall be considered aa liquidated '
FIfty-flve t feet north and south and 210 f..ti District No. a. Hampton-.... man..e.I damages and be retained. by the board of bond' Goods ''and
Stock of Ladies'
east nnd went hounded Kouth by .luhn O. Largest Ready-to-wear, Dry
i .
Karhclhnofer.. east by J. It. Alvnres/ except
/ 80 feet for Bromlwny street. north by dividing -

I r I' tor's Una Innil between and on J.west L. liy Gunklna luml of and.J.Mra.Oi Kachvlhoofor. Fill-- O m CgJl.JCDtnr.ummmmnmmmn:1nmammnnl'lRlll! :: : {=lu'cJlIKDm.JI'IDWQl.lL'\: Notions in Central Florida.Because .

except Aft feet for Tlldwn. street. boint -
In South Half of Southwest Quarter ofF
"
_d Suet Northwest. QnertxrSee. 2H. Tp 0, H. R. 22 r THE NEW r -

tI J. M. BltOWNLER.
Chairman. Board of County Commissioners,
Bedford County Florida

'\ :. Attest 0. W. ALDERMAN.
I _Clerk| ._ 0.72tll3ORDER Internationalt:
; I
,i FOR PUBLICATION :

a eery.J.mplru Juillclal In. Circuit Circuit Court Bradford Stato of County Florida..,In Eighth Chan- Why this bank offers


; Lumber Cornpnny. '
o r a corporation n
,S, Complainant." I I
vaS A io
J. ReulnUir." Jr.. and bin wife.Mm. ry .
3. J.:' Rviiisler, Jr.. this
Defendants. you
t II It appiarlnir by affidavit. appended, tn the pos-
In the above-staled cause thnt S. J.
$ t' Itrgblelr.. Jr., and hill wife III.... 8. J. RIKlatar .,. .. -- -- o .
Jr.. the defcmlanra. therein named ant
t ,c-----I'-= .....,
F .
non- ldenla of the '
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: :.r.iia.a: ey.salc5 ati .caoua".r": ra
+ ; a.ilyo .
: they are residents of the in .
'M v It l The mete of Ceoritla.: and am. over the aico. of "I ,..... .t: .' J
A' tw..nty.ne years' ; It..li.. therefore ordered that
l c aid non-rettlilent defendants he and are nurvhr lllve I
4 I rtMiuirctl. to appear to the bill of ontnplatrit'. 0 II.I P. Engine: pulled the Linotype machine and presses of the'c protectlon1'i
_ filed In old caiiHo, on or bofor Monday. thnth t
day of Novpmbpr, A. I). 1V2J: : olhurwlaa Bradford; County Telegraph this week. This> new engine, very
I the allPitatlona of aid bill will bo taken a*
1 T oon .... further dofenilanta. powerful, burns kerosene and handles the machinery at the Telegraph -
i' It la or "; nnro a work for four con.ociitlv w....ki office with ense. '
., In the Bradford County Telegraph a new
iinimr'' publlnhed. In acid county and nlulu.Ihfa Tho International engine/ will lit your needs nlao./ Its new con-
t Ootobcr 2, 1022.: 1 1
U. W. ALDERMAN ruction Is such that they will lust a life time.sl, about it. Q Qf
Y (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court;
; By C. A. KNUUIT.K .

it 1 < M. JOHNS for Complainant. Deputy lO-O-Bl-11-3 Clerk.Hollcllur we believe that the positive safety of 51lPER SAFETy

l 1. GOOI1; / ( M12ALS DeWitt C.: OuO.OO -XT3r-.- Sirteiii5iri

.+ A ROOD I'LACE: TO :SLEEP.ImAIi.'S 1 Jones the $1 1 bond for every depositor -


; BOARDING AT 11OUSH / without charge, is a much better


I- LAWTEV. FLA. Hardware Farming Implements f? policy than "taking chances" that no PALER

pa1G111fP1PJit@II] ( MiciCTrHAUCTION CC1C1m 1IGQ:
,' No Worms In a neaJtUy Child losses may occur on uninsured checks.

All children troubled with Worms have nn unhealthy -
11 cukir., which Indlcatea pour blood and ass
We believe it is
I rule llHn. is more or I earn stomach disturbance.CKOVES good public policy to
I ; TASTELESS!: CHIU. IONIC given IvM-,
I ;', larly fur two or three woes* wil' enrich the blood l loR. SALE do
improve the dieastlunanduttaeaprnrrmScren.ah-\ everything possible to give depositors -

enlnil Tonic the whole system. Natvrn ...f'' on ,
throw offer dispel. the wurmn.ndrh.ChlldwIDba. | and
positive safety
greater
OtI. '. 0 In.t bealll.. Pleaaaut.-.Meddaro or protection -


1 ;)\ ASPIRIN Ten ;head of colts 2 to 4 .years old, for their money.


i We believe in insuring check-
o'I' ;' you against

Say "Bayer" and Insist! weighing from 750 to 950 pounds, to raising menaces. For your safety's sake we have .


,. ua be sold at auction at 2 o'clock P.M. discontinued using unsafe checks which we had

in stock to avoid needlessly exposing our customers -


I' Monday November 6th to risks of any kind whatever. '

.
Y Every commercial account depositor of this ,611

Bank receives a vest pocket $1 1000 insurance S"
,
J.W. Andrew's

+? at Livery policy protecting him from fraudulent alterations. p t


{!nl..... you sea tIe, name "Bayfr" ca

package or on tablet you are not "getting STARKE. ,
the genuine Bayer product pr"- IN Bank of Starke Jc4The
x cribed by phy.iclana over twenty-two( t

1 t years, anil proved safe by million. for

ColJs TIeaitacheTootliarlio This i i. a grand opportunity to get young hor>. .t your own price and break

Earache: Lumbago Rlll'lIm.tI.m; him to auit your own notions, for they are going to be cold and told at the high

Neuralgia Pain, I'ant dollar. Come early, look them over and make your pick.

t Accept only "nayer" package which Bank of Helpful Service

contain proper( direction Ilanily boxes R.A. Andrews
of twelve tablet coat few cents. Drug-\ Owne/
,Rita alllO l Sell buttle of 24 and lOt). E. S. MATTHEWS, President GEO. C. WHITE Cashier

r l Manufacture Aspirin is the of trade Monoaceticacltleator mark; of Dayer, of G.M..lnman Auctioneer I Il

} SalicylicaoiJ.te. ,

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