Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02184
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1923
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: UF00027795:02184
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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1 Occurred on Road Near Jax CITY COUNCIL IN REGULAR : -+-
Jacksonville CAMPS
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When Car Let Highway LAST TUESDAY war on Trial for (C urru- .
1I II Successful Hidden for Grading Iht'rsIurd..r: in Tampa 1I.Y J-'OU CITIZEN TRAINING 1Buys
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IjjtKHonville, July Hurrying in- City council: of the town of Starke 1'ortone1iIt's: -
The board of bond trustees of the
met in regulSr I Tampa, June 30.-\\0 the Should Send! In Application. Ce-
tht ity Saturday strom Eastport session July 3rd, withall town of jury,
At met in regular session
members 'I regular monthly meeting find the defendant fore July 10th
I a marriage license before present as follows: T. 2nd not guilty. M
procure July lit 8
[ Judge Dubose's office closed J. Griffin, chairman, J. W. Andrews, Tuesday the bond trustees of Bradford p. Aa the jury. that tried Raymond O.

mnct, dock, James Thompson, a steel Jr., S. A. Bryan O. J. Griffin, J. C.,'I 1 county l let the contract: for the read Minutes and, of the.Ved.last* meeting were Bennett, Jr., for the killing of Herbert The government camps for boyn .1
Robi'ison. I stumping, grubbing grading and uppt; M. Carruthers on the night of this. sumnmr are designed; primarily
rker, the prospective bridegroom draining of The clerk was instructed to take for citizen truimfig!'; s '
I forty-one and three-tenths and the 'i' ,
Minutes of last I May 23 lust returned this verdict at program
meeting M
killed and his bride to be Miss were read
ai and approved. miles of the public roads of the coun up with the council the use of city eighteen minutes before 10 o'clock to- of work cells. for not only physical, ) .,! !
Morris was injured, when the
|I"i lot on M"lson'strel't: for pipe line
The roads but moral
Upon motion ty. included in the letting civic training/, as well J 1
Mrs. WUof
Alice an Irtvsprepsible
which Rogers night applause -
ton obile in they were riding, woo' connection.The .
allowed the widows' are as follows: the audience us elementary military training. Interesting I ; .
swept over
Irneii, turtle on the Eastport road. exemption 'I superintendent war, instructedto t tof
Road No. 1 from its intersectionwith motion pictures and lecture
tax assessment.The crowded, tho criniinul court
[With Arthur Lewis, the couple had take! room
council State Road No. 13 to Brooker. up adjustment of light bill the'highest/ grade will be used for j '
t.von into the city earlier in the day granted the bond trus Mother Son
: Road No. 4 I from Starke to the Con. with J. C. Robinson for theatre ser- instruction, and from 11 well\ rounded
Lt was told to bring Miss Morris' tees permission to use the lot on Madison \lCt'. Mrs. Bennett, Sr., mother of the a I
ner bridge across New River. schedule! it is expected, that young i\' ,
( them in order that she street in block 20 for Installingpipe whose for freedomhad
with The young man fight
other superintendent authorizedto
line Road No. 8 from Starke to its. Intersection 'lien will come to realize their obliga t.. ,
light, grant permission for the wed- connection. take up with council the privilegeof been wont threw herself on her
with the Lawtey-Raiford tions as citizens in every sense of the
Upon. motion it was ordered thatL. knees before her her q
ng. H. road north of Heilbronn Springs. constructing pule lines near the son, clasped word Major\ General Leonard Wood, .1' :
Partridge be granted permission arms qround his neck and burst into
License I ill Refused curb line on paved streets. "
to remodel the old hotel Road No. {9} from the Clay county : uncontrollable adjutant general of the Philippines,
It was 11 o'clock then. On Satur-I and to build property line via Lawtey to Its intersectionwith Superintendent was! authorized to weeping. In n recent letter stated that the civic tt
an addition bungalow on Bennett, his. face against hill moth '
ays Judge Dubose's office closes at 1 the lot.Upon. Road No. 8 north of. Heilbronn I engage poles for the reconstruction of function of the citizens' camp uppoarn. :-hi
lin..s.The er's cheek, hugged her with one arm,
clack: The clerk who issues licen- Instructed 1 Springs. inure Important that the thought! of
motionfthe clerk was while with the other, ho tried, to clasp
j-3, did not think: Miss Morris was of I Road No. 12 from its intersection superintcnedent was directed preparedness in a strictly militarysense.
to notify the bond trustees that his. wife.
Bennett's slater and his
Ice. With Lewis at the wheel the, the j wit!? the Peek road to the Clay coun-: to make arrangements for the crossing Professor. W. S. Cawthon,
council: recommended that the father at the other side
: line. This is \ of tho railroad, the Western Un- state of j
fcree hurried to Eastport. Mrs. Mor- I ty the old Middleburg superintendent public inntruc- '
light and
water service be furnishedthe petted and embraced tho brother and
ion lines und the Southern "
Bell telephone
Ji-t did not take long to dress. 'Her road tion, and W. H. (iIlSSl'IH. principal of I r
Woman's Club free.A son and shook hands with the
lines with the 2300 volt electric
Road No. 13 from Starke to the tho high school at Pulntku
us blind was called from his work and bill j ary very .
from i
City Attorney E. M. lines of persona, men and women, who
lined I the couple.. Laughing and dis- Johns Clay county line. This is what! is enthusiastic over the training received '
usaing whether they could reach thedge's was-referred to the council: by I known as the Peek road leading to The board agreed to buy 25 cordsof crowded up to offer:, congratulations.. I at these camps', which their nuns '
the bond trustees for $;; O.OO, the slabs from:' Roy Edwards to bot used The scene wan one of the mont dramatic "
I Kingsley lake. attvndod. *
office in the automobile
\ time same being for services in connection: enacted In the that
,ith Lewis still at the wheel, speeded The contract for the work was as fuel at the plant, at 42.00 per ever room The quota for this comity hllllot .
with the issuance of the
hall much
36000.00 seen BO of grim tragedy, ,
awarded to the Adams-Evans Com cord: at the plant. yet been filled, according to Major\ 1),
|wn the Eastport road, nearing the f
water and light plant bonds. The bill That clerk was instructed to write nnd which, since last Tuesday morning -
ernandian highway, the last stretchf pany, a well known construction firm C. Riley, civilian aide to the "m, retury ,
was sent back to the bond I when the
trusteeson /:, trial begun has been
Morse to route shipments
into'the of Jacksonville. The gross'amount of of war for the state of 'Florida. at
\ the road city.
the ground that the same was a direct -I 'of machinery for the new plant over the arena in which one of the hardestfought ) "
their bid for the 41 miles of road was Gainesville; who Buys "Application
They were a quarter of a mile from
charge: against the proceeds of I legal battles In the history of' I'I'I
: the Seaboard Air Line railroad. k
|he main highway, when suddenly the I $57,286.00.! This does not Include the I for tho C. M. T. C. will he received if
the bond sale and should be paid out Ilillnborough county has been waged,
Upon motion it was ordered that I ibetween
bridges which will add materially Until July 10th end all
nachine wheeled to. one side. The very young men i .
of same. tho result In the face ofInsupt'rablo
screamed. Lewis apparently to.the cost: of. the roads. the board only pay bills at the regular all proved. : seventeen and twentyfouryears t.
omen .
The clerk instructed to orderone odd the .11
wa against
meetings he firemen and prosecution -
bail lost control of the car. It toped There were two other bidders'for; of age who desire to enter 'I r
barrel of disinfectant from the : .
the work. S. R. Johns, of Starke and engineer ad they to be paid on the should!. semi In their name Im ,
came camp
) over and : to a stop a few Fenole Chemical Co., of Jacksonville. each Tbq case went to the jury at 0:20
first and fifteenth of month. :
the J. M. Johnson Company, of Jack-I mediately. Those who attend camp f,
feet off the road. The bridegroom was
Reports of the bond trustees treaszurer o'clock tonight. The jury out almost
Bill of E. M. Johns ; was
city: attorney,
head when pulled from the wrecked sonville, submitted bids. Mr. Johns ,, will receive transportation food, and f (,
and tax: collector were received exactly eighteen minutes, whenit .
for $540 referred to the council
city ,
was the next lowest bidder, his bid clothing and laundry free, and, they'
Far and ordered filed.BE.IUTiFUL the came being for services in con: was reported that a verdictliedbeen .I-
Several Are Bruised being $93 per mile higher than the I will not bit required Jill join the National R
nection with the $3(1,000.00( bond Issue reached. '
guards ,
Miss Morris was unconscious. Her bid of the Adams-Evans Company. Organizud Reserves, or '
parents were bruised and cut. Lewis PATRIOTIC... AFFAIR; The contractors obligate to ,begin and was ordered by the said" coun- any other branch of the service, just "
I cil. Tampa, Fla., June 30.-Raymond; 0 because of train
Miss work just as soon as weather conditions they take this mouth
also Moris
(una slightly injured. A beautiful patriotic affair was the make it possible. They propose -| Bennett, Jr., wealthy young citrus de ing.. e a"ML'CII
will recover, physicians say. meeting of the Law Bible'Class'' Tues- to throw several crews fn the TELEGRAPH'S: HONOR ROLL 'veloper was declared not /guilty/: of r t
Thompson was from Pearson, Ga. day afternoon at the home of Mrs J. : the murder of Herbert M. Carruthers, t :
His I field and to complete all, the road Inl" : : SOUGHT A1'TlmIIo.IS1'EIC: : ''I
[ father wired to
congratulations T. Quigley. The porches and rots the shortest possible time. Early Names of Those Who Paid Subucrlp-: prominent young lumberman by a tM'' ,
I.is son this morning and told Mm to of this attractive home were lavishly lion During June criminal court' jury here tonight, after It
will doubtless find the work going for- Dr. J. J, Bullen, pastor of our loral
bring his bride to Pearson for a visit.A decorated with the Fourth of July ward with a rush. eighteen! minutes deliberation. Baptist church, occupied the) pulpit of ,
short time later a telegram was red white and blue. White G. Hazen D. C. As the clerk read the verdict vio-
l-ont colors The county engineering departmentwill W. Stokes, A. A. a the First Baptist church Ip' Jacksonville
to Pearson announcing the youngman's and red zinnias with blue .hydran e8 now take up the location of Melvin, T. S. Stark J. H. Kelly, E. lent demonstration wall Btttged! in the last Sunday, find Judging, from- f "

I death.I'ELIGIiTFUL. were used in bowls and vases, and, er roads: included in the lateral ath-1 B. Johns, Geo. E Leonard, J L. Underhill center of the room. A deputy proceeded the report in the papers and what '

American flags held a prominent system and get ready for I U. F. Merritt, Hermas LeClaire, : to the scene of the disturbance we have heard, both preacher and people

[ MUSICAL PROGRAM place. them. Quigley Broom Co., A. P. Hoffman, and, emerged with George Wulli, a must have had a good time. I ;

: GIVEN AT LAWTEY Mrs. George C. White, class president I Hoover Bros., M. J. Green, Mrs. T. E. young school boy, In CUM tory. Wullis Not in many months. had, there been

---- presided over the meeting. There :MAY BE-CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF Underhill Mrs. W. II. Taylor, T. L. admitted having screamed whistled ouch a largo evening congregation.! N

The pupils of Mrs. Will Edwards' were good reports from the following Wainwright M. L. Smith, David M. and npplaudtvk :Some:; of the members of the church 4

]music class gave a delightful program committttes: Social, visiting, cradle Wills, M. D. Carter, Mrs. Julia He was fined $10 for contempt of declared, they were going to attend is

tat the club house on Tuesday after- roll and home department. After Although the campaign: for county Knight'A, C. Carmichael, W. E. Davis court. Ills excuse was "everyone else church In Starke after this (not a bad t

noon. The program follows in dc- disposing of various business! matters offices will not open for several L. E. Moseley, Mrs. E. D. Sullivan did, it." ndvertlHo, ent for Starke), +"

| tail there 'was a splendid! patriotic prog months, the indications already pointto E. -N. Walter, O. B. Hazen, T. Dr. Bullen has been urged to spend 1

Piano solo, My_Lesson Today (Geo. ram under the direction of Mrs. J.M. a rather lively contest for some of N. Kendrick, W. M. Harrell, Mrs. J. KING HAS ACCEPTED another Sunday with the First church.

| Spaulding)-Dolly Dinkins. : Brownlee. x'" <,- the places to be !given out by the peo- H. Moore, Dr. A. J. Johnson Col. W. PAHI.O BKACII PULPIT An effort was made to have him I

Duet, Goodnight (Carl Heins)- The program was opened by a well I ple at the polls. In last week's Tele T. Weeks, P. E. Canova Min Carrie upend his vacation with the church, i < i "

[ Louise Thede and Blanche Burney. rendered piano solo by Miss Iris Ep graph Judge George A. Gardiner stat "Uglow, B. G. Dyal, H. C. Sherman, Lloyd L. King, well known gospel '.but he has arranged to give his vaca 1

Piano Solo,. Twinkling Stars (Carl person, which was followed by Miss' ed that he would be a candidate for W A. Dubose, Lake Butler Pharmacy, linger und graduate of the Baptist \Ilion to the) Riverside church Jacksonville \ ,

Heins)-Beatrice Miner. Elizabeth Brownlee singing Flag of:' county judge, and now it Is learned F. H. Long, Mrs. Delania Jones, W. Bible Institute of New Orleans has of whlc'h'! Dr. W. A. Waldo Is I the

Song, Down Among the Daisies the Free. Miss Brownlee is gifted that Truby L. Wainwright, of Law- M. Parker, Mrs. Bessie McGruJor! H. accepted the pastorate of the Pablo pastor.Dr. .

(Matilda Bilbo)-Guitda Marie Thede with a lovely voice and this selection : tey, will probably be a candidate for D. Carter, A. O. Jenkins, !Mrs. J. J. Beach Baptist church and will deliverhis j Bullen'tt membership In .Stark .j

Dolly Dinkins, Doris Burney. was greatly enjoyed by her audien-;I sheriff. Cone, J. N. Norman, Isham Wilson, opening sermon tomorrow, it was are liberal men and women, and not

Accompanist. Louise Thede. Little Miss Martha Brownlee recited Mrs. C. S. McCornack, Mrs. S. J. Kelly announced yesterday. averse to hilt filling" other pulpit at
Piano Solo, The Blue Goblin (Ma- Our Flag, which was warmly applauded METHODIST August Stern, J. A. McKinney.! lIe succeeds. the Rev. Allen C. Schu- times To the contrary they are rather a

tilda Bllbro)-Hazel Futch. by all; and Mrs. F. A. Scott ler, pastor of the Calvary Baptist proud of heir shepherd being so e N

Duet, Come to School (Geo. Spauld- read an instructive paper Sunday school 10:00:( ( every Sunday ST. MARK'S CHURCH church in Jacksonville, recently organized much in dumaml. y
ing)-Doris Tracy and Dolly Dinkins. "what is one hundred per morning. L. A. Davis, superinten during a tent meeting at 'p..

Piano solo, Hunting Song (Adam icanism?" !Mrs. J. J. Bullen dent. Come and bring your children. Services on the Sixth Sunday after First and Liberty streets, where the BRADFORD

G.Ibel-Louise) Thede. excellent patriotic address, which: was I Preaching 11:00 a. m. and 8:00: p. Trinity at 11 a. m. congregation plans to erect a tuber-

Song, Rose, (Matilda BilbroDoris ) closed 'with a salute to our flag, In m. by the pastor, Rev. Simpson. As the rector will spend hi* vacation nacle. Bradford, July (I.-Mr. and Mr*. C. i

Tracy, Louise Thede, Hazel Adkins which all took part. I Prayer meeting every Wednesday at Utica, N. Y., the church will Mr. King had devoted his time dur M.\ Anrln-u, were shopping In Brooker ,
The hostess assisted by the social 8:00. be closed till further notice. During ,
Stella Barrett., Accompanist, Blanche evening at ing the past three years to song leading Saturday s 4
Burney. committee, served home-made cake "I was glad when they said unto August ha will officiate at a church In ami, has been asiioclated with Dr. Ray Fornyth, of Brooder) was In

Piano Solo, The.Shepherd Boy (G.I and fruit punch. I me, Let 'ws go into the house of the Syracuse. Schuler In many revt\alu.,( -Times- our community one day last wenk. q '

D. Wilson)-Doris Tracy. Lord." I Union, Saturday. Mrs. Blanche! Scarborough was on ;.
Duet, Barcarolle; from the Tales of SUMMER OUT-DOQR MEETINGSThe "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem; A MUCK LAND GARDEN the sick list. last week. ,

Hoffman (Jacques Offerback) Pearl I they shall prosper that love thee." HONORING MRS. McMILLANMr W. II. Harrell panned through' our r

Griffiths and Mrs. Edwards. I, grounds about the Baptist David Kite, who lives on and, tends .. communit Saturday en route to Jack V : ; '

Piano Solo, Slumber Song (Spauld-i church have been put in shape for BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN the Wynn place, has, on the south sonvillu. C
g)-Hazel Adkins. out-door evening services as were side of Lafayette street, a garden on ;; and Mrs. Ed. R. Neff entertain. MIllS Geneva Harrell spent part of i r
last The pastor will the pulpit, The land hall Vd at card at their home on North taut week in Gainesville : i
Duet Melody of &*ve (H. Engel- conducted by pastor year. occupy pure muck land. a
raan)-Doris Tracy and Mrs. Will Ed- These services on Sunday eveningwere on Sunday. At the morning service, light slope, so that it can be well Walnut street Thurnday evening in C. II. Andreu was in Worthington

wards. largely attended, and much good 11:00, the second sermon'in the series;: ,: drained The undergrowth wait. removed honor of Mrs. R. D. McMillan of lat week. ,f ,

done, opportunity being given the Infirm on "Pure Religion" will be given, the : but there are' still many cypresses Montgomery, Ala., who I I..* the guestof Dr. Noble, of Jacksonville, was In ,\i 4 ,

AWARDS !MADE FOR NEW POW- who could sit in automobiles and topic being "Its Revealing Power." : and gums standing, which Mrs. Geo A. Collins. The rooms our community one day last. week. s '

ER PLANT listen to the sermons and join in the The evening service will be held on II shade the vegetables planted there, of the lower floor were opened enauite :1 e?

singing of the Gospel songs. Inquiries the church: lawn, and an illustrated but do not injure them. and artistically decorated with rotes THEItESSATheroasa :

At a meeting ot the board of bond have been made as to when these sermon will be given. Songs will be On this black, damp soil Mr. Kite and Shasta daisies. .

trustees of the town/of Starke, Fla., meetings will begirt, and we wish to sung from the screen, and whether during the winter plants a variety of After several rubber of (fridge, delicivu July 6.-0. D. Moorer returned t; ,
that the first sit In automobiles or on the well the refreshment carrying out the tohi home In Jacksonville j
held on the 26th day of June, bids announce to the public you' vegetable, which: on *
were received: for the machinery and service will be held next Sunday eve- benches the tongs may be easily seen then warm soil and which are somewhat color: scheme of rose and white, were' Sunday afar visiting. / his brother in

supplies as advertised for by the ning, should'the weather permit. as weir as the pictures... This service protected from chill wind. by .erved: this community. I ,

board. Eighteen bids were receivedon Dr. Bull
the different units, and after due of colored slides on Pilgrim's Progress Bible school at 9:45: a. m< and senior -" this soil 1 Is cooler than the common were awarded prizes! Mrs. Adkina, a strange tight last Thursday night

consideration the following awards and these will be used on successive and junior B. Y. P. U. at 7:00.: sandy loam and the trees partly Mr*. Crews, Mr. Collins and Mr. Adkina. just after the mown had risen. There

were made: nights, the slides illustrating The ordinance of the ,Lord's Supperwill shade the plants from the hot sun, The nonore*' received a lovely wa a big cloud over in the southwest 4 i

Two engine units complete one fuel the wonderful story of Pilgrim on his be observed at the morning Mr- and therefore vegetables can be hand painted> candy jar. and a big, bright rainbow appeared

oil tank, Fairbanks-Morse Co.: way to the Celestial City. Should the vice. All member be present. grown on the muck'*which could not Mr. and Mrs. Neff who entertained in the sky. -

One booster pump,' one well pump, weather not permit an out-door ser- grow on the hot sandy loam. charmingly, bad air, their /fueste/ Mr. Fredia. Cloverettl. and Blanche i

W orthln&'fonC; (.pti1II and Machinery' vice, the same program will be carried CARl OF THANKS., All the way south of Lafayette and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs.A. Humphrey were vj(> itoisto; Hampton

Co. out In: the church. street, from Bay to Walnut similar S. Crews Mr. and Mr. G. A,. Col- Saturday.

One well;;'-'Sonthet t ConstructionCo. This Is the schedule of service. for We wish to thank our friend and land i S. found, which it would pay the lint, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. FiAch, Mr. S. R. ''Swindttl and daughters, Ger

'. tle. 'church during July and August, : neighbor and especially Drs. G..W. owner to clear for.garden and Mr*. Joe Hoover, Mr, and Mr*. tie, Clara and Minnie were visitor to

MeUr and') transformers, Holt 'with the morning worship at _11:00.J. : Brown and E. L. Biggs' for their kind- Nat Stemberg, Mr*. Frank Hoover, Starke Monday. '

Electric Co.: B.4 during tk* long UlnM and deathof Mr*. P. B. Boatright, of Parlier, Un. Florence Powell, Miss Flonnce>> Charlie Phillip returned to his

0"-constant transformer and pole I C. Adkins, of Gainesville, spent I our wife and mother. California, came Tuesday to visit hr Matthews' and the honoree, Mrs. JIcMillan }. I home here Monday after vUitiag relative .

b ackds Western Electric Co. the fourth here with A. Z. Adkin f Louis Roberta and Children. parent, a.-... -and Mrs._ .T.-J. u.dps.....- in Miami.. 1a



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--aliDmII it in lifting or carrying: articles about SAFETY FOR GAMBLERS year exceed by $707,000,000 the estimates !-
.. An X-ray picture of the hand reveiled made a year ago/\ Customs receipts :\- .. ,.Ii-o'--"g'' d7PJ ," Jii:
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs I An %-ray picture of the hand revealed Game; Owners Hire Gunmen u" "Spe- advanced $213,000,000 to $563-
i tneagYYleellsweYgYefferlel.u esYY... ae.e.Yee YeYeeaat' through her body and became embed- cial Policeman" 000,000, internal revenue receipts increased A universal custom
M11 iJ ;; ded in the fleshy part of the right ;- $123,000,000 and miscellaneous -I After that benefits every.
Live State News : 'fi? palm. Gunmen, who boast of notches on the ;receipts went up $131,000,000. i' lIody'
grips of their automatic pistols, are The difference of $306,000,000 in | Every
I t y I e.qY.eYeYeeeYYYYYYY.eYIrYYerIWY YNMeYYYN.YYY1geMYeYAeIS {a Mrs. Grace Violet Ilowell, cnnrged I now acting as "police" for gambling total estimated expenditures was the ( Aid d igu ,"n

r, Told by Our Exchanges. :::J wth the murder of her husband, Tom house proprietors sari patrons in result of a reduction of $151,000,0001 Meal cleanses the
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h : Sda.sP11D Howell, in Miami several years ago, Philadelphia, as protection against in general expenditures, 15000.000 i j
." "'mn.mm.. m.... ....n..wn"'m"m"ll'mtl1lnmtllrnrnmmmmmtmrm'.. ......... >t''mmmm''mrmmn''''' I I S soothes the th"'dl
----- ---- -- reported deputy Sheriff:: II. Kofle bandits. :Several:) bandits already in Interest on tho public debt and a i i j '
r, Louis Ortngus, county commission patsy is putting down in South FcrnandinA about o'clock Tuesday afternoon.Mr: have been killed as result of attempted net decrease of $,170,000,000 in capital .
er of St. Johns runty, was arrested on in order to assist in draining Howell i Is reported as having escaped I hold-ups. outlays, operations in special ac-
I a warrant Issued by U.S. Commissioner that portion of the city. This is the from the Palm Beach county jail This unusual situation \vuis brought I eounta and the retirement of the public WRIGLEilrS;
er George Basset, Jr., upon application outgrowth of the efforts of the Wo Monday: afternoon when she heard about in the Quarker City, police say I debt required to be made from or-
I of J. Tom Daniel general man's club of Fernundina which put that Circuit Judge C.C. Chillingworthof : when bandits began an organizedwar i I dinary receipts.
4 prohibition agent, on a charge of violating up such a vigorous fight\ last year for Paint' Beach county had remanded' against heavy winners in gambling The figures on operations include I a \good! thing .

tho prohibition laws.\. better drainage; conditions in order to her to Dade county authorities. .Mrs. resorts. Proprietors of game I the payment of a drticit( of $32,000000 ,- remember ,,,
i assist with the important work of rid Howell told Jailer Rolfe that she had houses notified the thieves to "lay in the postal service and the refund Sealed in" z '"
l As a climax to a series of bold holdups ding the city of mosquitoes.; spent part of :Monday afternoon in off," but their warnings were no use. of approximately $28,000,000 in its Purity .;
the highways of Tampa West Palm Beach and then motoredto Then hired. '
on public gunmen were customs taxes collected oji sugar and Package "otK.- ,it"//
two men beat up Doyle Mercer; a South side residents of St. Peters Miami. She spent Tuesday on a I! Heavily armed men loiter in gambling other articles brought into the coun- .. ,,." .,'!.."'(' .
chauffeur, Tuesday, stole his automobile burg had in circulation six petitions fishing trip, she said. Mrs. Howell I halls for the express purpose of try In the raw state and prepared for ,..}-;1''i ,
and sped away toward Plant protesting against the establishmentof will be held for Palm Beach county. escorting players home with their export.
\ City. The attack took place near a municipal bathing beach for negroes No word of her being remanded tack I'winnings. Men who made a living by]I 1 Better Accomplishments, are Looked "
Selfner, where Mercer was thrown on anywhere on the south side. to Miami has been received here, operating games were forced to pro-|I I For 'PHErs1" r '\,,
the road, unconscious' The Sheriff Louis A. Allen said. vide the proteytion their business ..-
i women were in charge of the petitions ; The surplus this year is only slightly 1 LAVOR LASTS
which _____ % would have stopped altogether if less
1 were being freely sif'n.ed : than that of $313,000,000 at -
< Killing of a negro man and a negro today. They are up in arms Over Virginia Harper, Leona Douglassand they had not. the close oj? business last year An 1"J. ;J;!;
} > woman was the result of a drunken the proponed new bathing: beach, as Louis Douglass white girls, are The first victim of the gunmanbandit even better accomplishment is looked
'I I. party staged by employes of a they claim that the negroes would ; being held at Valdosta, Ga., by the feud was an underworld character for by officials during the fiscal year
; sawmill at Ross, a small settlement swarm to tho- beach half clad at -all police for authbrities in Ocala, from named "Pug Nose" Morrison, at beginning tomorrow. They feel there
i i in the southern end of Hillsborough hours of the day and night, using the which place they are said to have Philadelphia. Morrison attempted to is better co-operation now in all the
p county Saturday night The report streets that pass through the residence made their escape from the slate 'solicit' $5000 from a gambling house branches of government in effecting
I t reaching Sheriff Spencer Sunday section school for delinquent girls They appear proprietor and was ejected frqm the economies and in addition there will
I morning!, several hours after the to be about fourteen, sixteen and place. Ten minutes later he was shot be a reduction in public debt interest
shooting took pluce. Over six thousand avocado trees seventeen! years of age. The girls and killed as he walked along the I charge through payments) to be made
I will be needed to curry out the project were located when one of the number street. Police blame gunmen guardsfor by Great Britain on account of its!
s, m \ Mr. M. L. Austin, of Jacksonville, of which T. A. Curry of Winter came into Valdosta to purchase cloth- the killing.GERMANY'S;. war debt of nearly $5,000,000,000.:>
an experienced bus line operator, is Unveil is the head to develop a solid Ing. The two other! girls had parked -- _______
I I I running a line of passenger busses be- tract of one hundred and forty acreson themselves in the woods several miles PROPOSAL)[ FIND DEATH INORTH
t tween Lake City and Jacksonville Lake Hancock, few miles from south of Valdosta. A patrolman f
I I s1 daily. The fare from Lake City to Lakeland. The location chosen in on found the girl buying clothing and Germany now proposes to pay the Southern Colored Laborer1. Cannot
'fit Jacksonvillle" going\ or coming is $2, the south side fit the lake in a rich, found out why she was buying them. Allies 1,500,000,000 gold marks annually Live ,In Crowded Cities We Grind Our Own Lenses
i which Is less than the fare charged by( warm hammock, and clearing Is now As a result all three were taken into for 35 years in discharge of her
rail, and a great deal more convenient going on. A,,boundary system of custody. The authorities in Ocala, reparations obligations. Not only does Disease resulting from living condi- NODELAYQainesville.
? for travelers drainage/ is also thought: necessary to were notified/ and S. L. Kite, superin- she propose to pay such annuity but tions in the North are taking a heavy Florida
/ pravent the overflow from the higher tendent o Florida is one of the registration lands behind and ditches will be dug chief of police that the matter had her plan being to mortgage the Allies left their Southern homes because of
states wherein .records aro kept of m the cast, south and west sides. been reported to the governor of the tho real l estate of the empire. promises of high wages. Colored:: Insurance 3-13-2t F-- H.
d i births mend duiithl. According to Dr. State, who would take proper stepsto That is, Germany purposes to placea companies in the South report Two classified advertisements .
C. E. Saxton, assistant postmaster have the girls returned. lien on all real estate and improve that they have been called uponto lished on succeeding days in a S' n
it Key Largo, has written to Postmaster ments within her boundaries, thereby pay an unusually large number of Dekota paper. :Maybe: only Sikh
p there were 21,073 births reported and Hopkins of St. Augustine, Firemen probing in the ruins of a making practically certain of her ob death cairns on colored persons who evidence that "a wise man chan
12JO.: deaths in 1922.:!: All doctors asking if he has any surplus bats in houseboat on the Miami[ river at the ligations. have traveled North. his mind."
have the necessary blanks for making the attic of the local postofDce, and foot! of South Fiver drive Wednesday Germany was forced to this plan because Alarmed for the safety of membersof ..
M, I reports but incidents are known where offering to purchase small number, morning found the charted body of I her citizens had sent out of their race, educated colored persons '
; reports were not made Every year 'with the idea of obtaining several Joe Hale!, 22, lying in the water in the country practically all their liquid in the South are waging an active "To Stop a Cough Quick
however greater accuracy is being thousand/ within the next few months. the hold, with only the blackened assets. Immediaely the armis- campaign to inform the ignorant laborers take ]fA YES' HEALING HONEY.
ii observed. He TOPS on to explain that he has knees showing above the surface. The tice'was declared, they began to invest ) of conditions us they exist in : couiih healing! medicine the Inflamed which and stops irritated the cough/ 'n
I Ic heard bats are invaluable in conducting body had been overlooked in a search! in foreign securities and deposit the "promised land." A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRA tissue'
t I Howard Thvfrslon, of I few York, an anti-mosquito camps fin, and made at the tlmof:; the fire which these securities in foreign banks be- Ben Davis, secretary of a colored SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds tl.
r recognized ns the world's greatest for that reason he Is anxious to sea followed the explosion, and it was I yond the reach of German taxation. fra ternal insurance company in Atlanta Croup U. enclosed with every bottleHAYES'
4 v magiclrfri, is now the largest individual l- curl consignment.After thought that no one had been aboard Could Germany have gotten hold of I Ga., recently returned from the HEALING HONEY. The (ah.
should be rubbed on the cheat and thn
investor inTemp1e Terraces, Inc., during the explosion, which was attri- the many billions of dollars thus invested North where he made a personal in of children suffering from a Cold or Crout i
i of Tampa, promoters of the largest 1 a series of delays in connection buted to an oil stove. With the com- she could long ago have paid a vestigation./ In a message to colored The heeling effect: of Haves' Heallnl' Honpy -
r 'orange.grove in the world, and largest with the Installation of the proper ing of daylight, the search, was renewed considerable Installment of her debtsto I laborers"' he said: : side(.rove the a O-Pen-Trata throat combined Salve with through the hoalmg tba. porn effect t
I s growers of the famous Temple or machinery and other details necessaryto and firemen discovered what other nations, for she could have "Colored people are very susceptible 1 Cue Bkio area stops a cough.Both'Vinedles .
l ange. Saturday Mr. Thuraton consummated manufacture, silk actually beingproduced they at first thought to be a piece of confiscated the money. Deprived of to* consumption and I especially"' when COM of the cumbinml are treatment parked In is one.:35c.carton m and Hi
r._ a deal with the Temple in the plant of the American burned timber, but which on investigation money, Germany takes the land. they make a change from open plan- Just ask your druggist for HAYES
e Terraces company for purchase of GO Silk Industry Company In New Augustine proved to be a human body. Germany's latest proposal undoubtedly ations anal small towns to crowded HEALING HONEY.
acres of young' grove land The consideration across tho San, Sebastian river The body was naked. BeliefSvas expressed results from the allied ocupa- cities like Philadelphia, Chicago, and I
r was about $85,000.:> from St. Augustine Shining strands by the authorities who investigated tion of the Ruhr. Threatened with Dertoit. In one big city I found six JI1I! tOtOOGltutlsOR'stfff46'it7SB0tQusRRn'xhtaTtam; ; : .
are being wound direct frqm the co the tragedy after the finding financial ruin by this!: occupation the colored families living inp house built COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
: Permission was given the Fort My[ coons to four twirling looms and are of the body that Hale had been drink- I German people have been brought together for only two. Many others'were so
,ers Southern railroad company, a subsidiary beingproduced as Rhinimigry skeins of ing and was trying to prepare lunch and compelled through forceof crowded in tenements that proper) a Full Line of
s of the Atlantic Coast Line, by silk. This means that every operationIn when the stove exploded. The stove, circumstances to agree upon a ventilation and sanitation were Impossible Und .,t loeu' Supplies
r t the interstate commerce commission the production of sjlk except the badly t twisted, was! found among the definite' proposition. While Germanyis and disease spread rapidly ---
I- ', ., to build 40-mile retell of new railroad actual weaving of the finished pro wreckage. by no means "converted" she sees from one person to another." AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
I : down the western coast of Flor duct is being conducted in the local that her only salvation lies in doing Always on hand.\ The best aer-
ida. The line will be a southern' cx- plant. Tipped off by an anonymous letter, something, and the only "something" f Evidently; She head i t the Ad eke at tia lowest prices. Special -

.tension of the present Atlantic CoastLine Federal 'prohibition officers ,discovered possible is the pledging of her real Notice\ will not be responsible for ... attention Registered to telegraph Embalmrr.DeWITT or-.
il ., and will run from. a point at! or Forty years ago Susan Kessie was a 1,000 gallon moonshine still in estate.-Ex. any debts contracted by'my wife from
G near Fort flyers, Lee county, through playing with a group of girl friends the north end of St. Johns county, this date. E- II- I
);' Bonita Springs to Marco, both in Collier when a a small needle became embedded where theymade so successful a raid GOVERNMENT; CLOSES nOOKS 3-12-3t 55 JONES
county. The new line will open : In her knee. Efforts made to remove last week, capturing no less!'! than WITH SURPLUS OF $310,000,000 Notice-I am sorry I put ad in paper STARKE, FLA
up an area not now served l with railroad it resulted in breaking the slender seven big stills. But this one was the yesterday. I take it all back. 'tltfRntplf: tt'tsll gtfriRf R71ppRp'J! : .'0BR'SPT]
,. facilities. bit of steel, only a portion being daddy of them nil, being equal in size Washington, June 30.The federal .
,' found. The missing section was removed and similar in construction to the big government closed its books for the .
S. A Bryan, rondniaater for the from- her right hand a few 1,000 gallon plant seized near St. On-' fiscal year 1923 tonight'with a surplus;
'S\ ; Seaboard Air Line, with headquarters days ago at the Lakeland hospital. geville, on the, Jacksonville-St. Augustine of approximately $310,000,000 it was
x w i at Starke was in Fcrmimlina on Tuesday ""- ||I During recent months Mrs. Wasburnhad '' road last winter. The plantwas announced at the office of Brig. Gen. Everywhere-Royal Cords
U t ,', having come up to look after ant experienced{ some slight pain In found four miles west of Bayard It. M. Lord, director of the budget!
immense culvert the railroad' coax ''I her right hand, especially when using and evidently the owners we're quite bureau. .
United StatesTires
t, ; rrv careless as to their property, little ef- This is $110,000,000 in excess of the
: : fort being taken as to its!'! conceal estimate of surplus made by President Good "Tires
', ,. ment, the officers stated. When discovered Harding and Mr. Lord at the are
I the still had manufactured last business meeting of the govern-
,.I, ""),;cW: .1 eighty-five gallons of shine, which, it ment two weeks ago, and the results I growing
: : '. .J'I Is said, looked as pure and as clean shown by the final balancing of the THE Cord Clinchers'r
as if made in a government-ln pect 1 books!: came as a gratifying surprise!:
the roads
see on givesan
I .. '"' still The apparatus on this still-du- ro budget bureau' officers.
idea of how
i luxe included gages and testers, such Three Major[ Factors many car
S a\ were used\ in> the old days of legal Three major factors!: operated to owners there are who want
spirits, and evidently experts were in create this surplus in plate of the the best tire money can buy.
ir rharge of the work. No arrests were deficit., of $SJ3,000,000:!: Indicated a There weren't near enough
$ 1t Ifs made, there being nobody in the vicinity year ago by estimates of receipts and ClincheeRoyals to go around
I of the still. The outfit was expenditures. They were a decreasein last year.
razed,, including the eight square 'cy- operating expenses and an Increase lli I '
1 This with the
press vats, with a capacity for 5.QOO Itn customs receipts and internal ta\- year-even
I production more than doub 1 l
gallons of mash, about threequartersfull. es. 1 tl,
Despite -the reduction of approximately } I led-you can best be sure of
IA 11 .a 1i $300,000,000 from the early II I }I''l them by taking them at the
', J. L. SIMMONS e estimates of the government's run ,:\t, I : moment. I)
the federal establishment
ning expenses, '
I :
t CONTRACTORESTIMATES : still is a three and a half billion ," f 1'". .vl 6i ,
I I \ : : CHEERFULLY GIVEN:'{ i dollar business. Actual cash with .. A", _..., .
# Telephone 133-J drawal from the treasury for the year t ;' \ ".:'\ 8: .... {,"; q
.1 STARKE. FLA. : were $3,6!).>,000,000. "Appropriations\ ,.' _'J.-t-l )o.. .;,.J.!;:, "

I I' To ;' made by congress for !all! purposes for:
iuro a ColJ in One Uaj I the year totalled $3,9'1tJ,000VOO.)
/,, .. ASFAt StATE fake LAXATIVE: !: PROMO QIMNINK (TaM.Mrup ,> i The actual decrease", In n erating L
.'. *th!' rouuh' end Hratlaih and work* w. .,
MINGLES:" t'dd.j t W, GROVE": altnatun uu Men ua' & expenses this year as compared to

those a> year ago was $265,000,000 '..
J "The Shingle that never Curls" TONIC and! it was stated that this was the .
J .... Drove's Tasteless chill: Tonic.restore. result largely of executive pressure
r5 f \ Energy and Vitality\ by Purifying and on the departments for holding downof
,5 t'a s SLATE surface for spark-proof safety; Enriching the Blood.' When you feel l its all expenditures. There was an i
colors for lasting beauty;heavier strengthening,invigorating effect/ see howit even greater decrease In the ordinary
base for non-curling non-cracking dur bring color to the cheeks and howit operating expenses than Is reflectedby Where to US.TSns
gt buy
ability. Your roof deserves them. improves the appetite you ffijl then this figure the total being $207.-

/ Red Blue-Black GreenS appreciate [Its true tonic value. 000,000. This figure was reduced by
Groves Tasteless chill /Tonic In simply increases in expenditures on account 3. W. Andrew, Jr., Starke, Fla.
S.r .' I [Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup So of capital outlays,- She war' finance Smith' Garage, Starke Fla.
S f S Consumers Lumber pleasant even children like it. The blood corporation the emergency fleet corporation Anderson's Garage Lawtey Fl..
r Company needs QUININE:. to Purity It and [IRON to
Enrich it.* Destroy Malarial! germ antGrip refunds on taxes and the. S. 1). Morgan, Orange Park, Fla. .'.

STARKE, FLA germs by Its Strengthening, lovlgo like. .
ating Effect. 60c. Receipts: from alt sources for the

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FRIDAY JULY 6, 1923.

KILLS EIGHTEEN tlons The nxman continued his a'ril-/ I W1..1N RACES WITH DEATH ITO c ., .. __ .. ,
during 1U22. In Jm- .c th..tyear I .NO ,AVAIL.I.OMM:: ( m \) I.\ .! ,.. .. '' ,' _
1"/1. ,. ..txytrikeealgaabama ..City he entered the .hop f To-; H1REE \Mil FS -
Lorino and fl'Ul'd
-- from iwhind. His wile, attrucu-l i by Took PuiKuii l b>-Mistake and lieuli/-

II'' will the terrible axmanxt the the sound of the falling body, mured ing End Uos near, I trine Car in
store.The .
:" This is the dread quesimople Vain Effort to Reach Home .

of Birmingham, Ala., axman hid himself, and Ion I ,

,ng. This mysterious charuct- she cane in, he. attacked her. Other The story of u rum with death on .

t d I "liend'/ and "maniac" by relatives entered, one at a -hue.:! When the muddy Pioneer trail, between '

,,, whoso face nobody hasruck the murderer left, four bodies were Council Bluffs and Elliott Iowa, was I a 1 a.f

for the thirty-fifth time stretched out on the floor! of the shop revealed when the body of Albeit ,

lays ago when Charles Graf. Fortunately, Lori no and the c hew Godfrey, of Elliott, was found beside I .
f. ,.per. of a small store, was kill- recovered from their wounds, hut they: his automobile less than three miles I ,
n behind, his skull crushed inn were unable to (give n. description from his homer A note addressed, to ,,11
a the assailant :Mrs. Godfrey {
ax. a partly empty bottle
n? 'the police arrived at the dingy When Vttcsallo was kille.l 1 in Jam. of formaldehyde, a full bottle of J .f It

,,, .tore they found the ax, spatw ary, this year the axman did, i lot operate | pop, two sandwiches, and the muddycondition ,

.t t.tith blood, in a corner behindn for months, and it wax thought of Godfrey's clothing told s

a'or. The pockets of the dead he might have left the city, or that the story.

', were, turned maid out and the his inordinate lust for bled hal at The note said Godfrey had purchased .

,"I' r nil, robbed. last been satisfied.But the bottle of formaldehyde to tretot ., to p

after six months of ii activity potatoes and hud bought the pop and
of 23
the morning Jan. 1923,
during which the people '..It relief the sandwiches to refresh himself
his"wife -
and ,4.
I. ,j and security, the dread ..hurnctcrsuddenly during the long muddy drive home
,, 'e down in their store at Eighth a
? adds to his long string of horn Council Bluffs where he had
and Twenty-fifth street.
Aunui murders by killing Greffeo.' :pow been on a business trip. I '
A; i, the GaffeD murder case, a The f .
they are asking: On the way he opened a bottle and
,11101, ; ix was found in a corner. It is
"Where and when will he tfike drank It was the formaldehyde. He
lr, ,i\,, dew the police have. Yet in "
next? soon realized his mistake and, know.
,, -i attacks the murderer has used .
ing death was approaching, drove as '
Eighteen have been killed and
all x A BLOW TO JUSTICE: fast as he could to reach home before ?
wounded this
rinusly by mysteru -
ii the effects of the poison gripped him.
) ,iiond!, who, the police believe is Telegraph .
But the mud
was too heavy and the
alKinn the streets of Birmingham One of the enactments of the recent
poison was too deadly.
and unafraid his superlative Lell'islature'hich escaped general no-
air When he became
I unable to drive he
leaving no trace behind him. tice, but which has become a law and '
unnmg scribbled the note, evidently to I < .1i
His victims have all been merchants is already in effect, requires that a preclude wwr fa.
theories of suicide and
of in obscure trial judge charge the jury to I any ,
stores streets prior
-keepers then /got out of the car. He had been .
the ::
their relatives. I arguments of counsel. Hitherto i
or able to travel but a short distance on
Such is the terror he has inspired the charge of the judge, to the jury foot before he died. "

that dome merchants are positively has followed the arguments of C"un- .

afraid to stay it their places after sel and has been the "last word" to FORDSO.V TRACTOR IS A LIFESAVER \ /
the jury before its retirement for e
twilight.! IN TilE CAUCASUS I
Others will wait on a customer when the consideration of the case. W

darkness is setting in, but they protect The Tribune has no idea what inspired n
Displaces .'arminltIl'thod.! in Vogue 1
this chahge in the law who \ #
their heads with steel helmetsof Since Bible Times. 4
tho kind used by the soldiers during introduced or sponsored it. The Tri
bune does know that is a bad chance
World War.
Over in he Caucasus of Asia Minor '
Not one of the victims have seen the and that it will tend t o Jef*lIt the the Fordson Tractor is more than a .: Is one of the necessaries '

face of the murderer. Slinking into ends of justice. power plant-it is a land redeemerand r

the stores, attacking from behind, one After the mass of testimony had a life saver. of life for Bradford t W

blow with his ax, a hasty rifling of been presented, after the lawyers on There in the,shadow of Mt. Ararat,

the pockets of the dead man and of the opposing sides had twisted: and it is the twentieth century Missionary County people, and"that .. ,

the cash register or till, and the turned and, analyzed and arrun.::'?d famed resting place of Noah's Ark, '

murderer, makes his exit, leaving no and emphasized and denouicoj. and to the oldest land in the world and this fact is becoming more '

clew to lead to his apprehension. discussed! and distorted: that: testimony brings' the most striking of all contrasts e .
Various theories have been advanced to support their respective ron- between modern power farm and more recognized all .. r ,

by the police. Four detectives have tentions-then the jurors could settle ing and the primitive methods in vogue t.

been hunting for him since he commit. back in their seats and from the for thousands of years. the time is seen by'the :

wd his first murder in December 1919.) clear, cold and impartial eminence of Introduced in the Caucasus a little .

One theory is that he is a drug ad. the bench, hear "the law >t the ,'ase" more than a year ago by the Near number of new subscribers ytlw i

diet committing\ deeds while under It was the final word to then:--free East Relief, the tractpr has revolutIonized M

the influence of dope. Another is of the prejudice or bias, (the ,usslon agriculture and, thanks to It,' I' constantly added' to .

that he is a fiend with a lust for human or personal interest, the zeal for conviction there is no famine this year. -

blood. Some contend he is a I or acquittal, necMsarilv, chutacterzin With the tractor and modern ma I 1 'our list. Join the proces-

maniac.All I ? the previous conduct of the chinery the fields, heretofore only ,

officials and many residents of ; trial. With this last impression of the scratched with the historic stick and sion, and find out what ,

the city are agreed that the man is majesty and fairness and impartiality oxen teams, have been plowed deep I 16 tif

walking the ,streets of Birmingham, yet the unvarying certainty" of and with less seed have yielded greater is going on at home

mingling with the crowds, secure in the law, the jury retired with higher crops than ever before. Hundredsof and abroad I

the knowledge that he will not be conception of its duty and responsibility natives, too, have been released '

,aught, that none of his crimes will and a clearer idea of the issue from farm work to enter industrial / .. Nr t

tie brought home to him. to be tried than it hud realized or obtained pursuits.A i r tf

It was the evening of Dec. 21,.1919, in all the previous procedure. note from Erivan, Armenia, tells *

that a merchant, John Belser, was But this is now changed. The jury the story of tractor accomplishments'in

truck down in his store and robbedof will get the law before it gets the '' striking figures: .. .

his cash}. He was the first victim.A lawyers. Its last impression will be "Ten American tractors ploughed a

few months later another merchant the one given by the arguments of thousand acres of land in eleven .
Wile killed in the same manner, his counsel. The "law of the case' will days" the message said. "To accomplish t '

skull crushed in with an ax. be followed by the twisting\ turning, the same work in the same ; 'j ,

During 1920 and 1921, a number of iiimlyzing/ arranging' emphasizing, time would reuire 1000 oxen and COO i l

murders were committed, the victims denouncing, discussir.tr: and distorting men." Only $2.00 Per Year$1.00'for '

being merchants or members of their of the attorney. The :V.TS will Under power farming tho crops in

families. In 1921, the murders avtragod !have opportunity to draw the attention the Caucasus have been 60 per cent Six Monthsin

one a month.On of the jurors from the charge!' of larger and one-third less seed has

Dec. 21, 1921, Joseph Manitone, the court and few jurors, by the time been used. Where Arme nia only a I

.1 t storekeepr, was killed. The police I the arguments are ended, will retain short time ago, with etgthy( per cent advance

rounded up a bad character from the any clear idea of what the court saidor
negro quarter, had him tried and .con didn't say only producing one-third of its cereal I .
tacted. It is a bad plan. It will make the requirements, it i is today producing 6
Small with courts less efficient. It will make just about one-half with far less men employed ., 1W
storekeepers sighed relief -
( verdicts more difficult to coraln in in the work. Itt
and the police relaxed. It was 1 : '
thought the dread axman had been Florida; than they have been in the The Near East Relief la now using t !
God knows they have eleven Fordson Tractors ,
tent to the penitentiary, safe for a past-and, :
long term of :burn too difficult and too influent. With !gasoline power, fed by the rich s

less than years.In a week, however, their It will aid the cause of I. icuilfy, Je- oil fields of Baku on the Caspian Sea ..

fc'nse\ of security vanished. Directly ftndant and not assist the cau.'O nan and with modern machinery, the Caucasus

aiTob" the street from the scene of innocent one. If the law was promise s to accomplish one of Address all letters and remittances to "

the Mantione murder, C. S. Crawford' passed in the special interest of any- the most interesting agricultuarl developments -
anything was in the interest in the history of the
body or
kept a small shop. One mornirg the .
polin., found the body of Crawford of criminal lawyers who pre world. Bradford County Telegraph
effective before juries. In the drama
nd his wife stretched out on the
floor, their skulls crushed in. of a murder trial, it will push the easy and, permanent place for himself .

judge!' aside into a mionr role and give by joining the army. The medical examiner Starke Florida ,
the leading counsel for the lefense found him physically sound ,
ASPIRIN the stellar part.Evidently and, asked him if he had ever been ill. e JI I

the full intent and effectof "Nope," came the emphatic answer 1 a s

this act was not realized by the "Ever had an accident?" asked the I ,

Say "Bayer" and Insist! legislature who voted for its passageor examiner.
the Governor who signed It.Tam "Nope; no-sir-reel" came even more ,

emphatically."Well ?
Tribune i
pa what's that rag tied around ? ay

QCnkee Lion in Sheep's Clothing your finger forT""Rattl"snake e1 j ?
of the Southern bit me. t
A negro in one y w M
arrested for speeding. "Don't you call that an accident?" 'r
states was .
Ras- asked the doctor. .. "
"How fast were you going, .
the judge. "Nope; the durn son of a gun did 1 I ;', :
tus ? inquired : ; \ I ,
"Tol'able fast," opined Rastus. it on purpose. '. :

"Thirty miles?" I I 3
han dat. ther and mother."
"Yes-sah, I wuz coin' moh
Oh, yassah, I wuz goift' moh dan for "Maybe: I haven't but the ones I "' .
goin seventy. Oh, yas, I have !got love me as much as yours
ty. I wuz : '.
wuz goin' all of seventy, jede. late you. .
\ tEe have you?" I "They do not. Ours are our real .
you sag name "Bayer" on "What kind of a car
P'Wl.al/8 or on tablet! you are not gut- "A Ford." I .." ,
tans the genuine Bayer product pr'- ," said the judge, "Well, mine love me more than iei
JAaf9 rrde4' by physician over twenty-two "Preposterous seventy miles in a yours do you, 'cause mine picked me L .
and for couldn't go
proved safe by millions "you
!" out of 'a hundred other babies, and
Ford. That's Impossible
Cold Headache impossible at yours had to take what they got"No .
Toothache Lumbago "Oh, no, sah, -
Earache Rheumatism all. I always makes ma seventy. Die' ( Worm In a nelthy Child ,
Neuralgia Pain, Pain Ford jedge. It .J t.
|18 'a special kind of All cbUdraa troubled with Warm. hive ... na-
A.'. fpt "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" Ford body and Pierce-Arrow hea.tbF.. ....'. which IndintM poor tkaeandS" .a ;
111I'' Each unbroken package contain. got a rule. tttrn. ,s man or I AM KamKn disturbno.GKOVC .
r'P-T direction Handy boxes. of Utnda." :'9 TAJTCUSa: : CHILL TONIC ...... rep. i
tw, any for(woof ibm wot wll .Mh the Mnd.
tablet con few cent DnigUo \forethou ht Improve th.eIItloa.aDd Ida...(.......( !f'ftta ( sell\ batik of 24 and 10'). With Malice TaalL'tath.whole .,...ni. N...... IhmlhrowoTrrdl w.
A'r'lrl 1. th. trade mark of Bayer' A cowboy out of work because of a ( o.l thonn.,.odHi.Child wad;beill ,
MftMlfactun 01 Uono cetioacid<>*ter 011 decided to make an oarfcct\ bMlth.! PlMMOi .. .**-.!NIC 9cboate
Sill yhcaold. slump in cattle, I- -

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shoalHo "jjTet a good grip on the whipsfor [r speeches: he presented other argu\ 'Gs hereby expressly made the duty of I I A landlord] a certain town foundit principle that an American ,. ,"-

$ Bradford. County Telegraph the slender ends snap of easily. I means for the redemption of Repub. the said board of public instruction no easy matter to collect his rent a free agent. It will demand .

Re t; .. Then it was the moray seized liim. :| Mean purty pledges. of said county to set aside the amount with unfailing regularity.One turn of freedom, liberty and Individ"ual ,:

VI i' Iii: pulled out his hand and ...erkirulyunfr Already it is evldlnt.the, announce- so estimated by it to be necessary for I woman was particularly tryiog responsibility woi io glorious!)

Published weekly and entered as '\, ir\ *-
second class matter, at the post down .before he succeeded in shaking was for the purpose of "studying the of said bonds as same matures I selflucky if he only received from her then. until theses "balance of not ,_

", office at Starke, Florida. iff the moray. | Alaskan conditions! is more or less a to be used in the payment of said part of the rent due. minorities insidiously Q"'" <

t ," ==- =- -'=-- -- -- While he jerked hia; ,hand, the teeth | political subterfuge. The president principal and. interest of said bonds, One morning when he called at her from within.-Ex.

J 15. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner "!1'1'< through his flesh from just below really has undertaken single handed, and that the said board of public Instruction house she offered him half a dollar.

the first joint of hil(, right forefinger I or nearly so, to enlist the people in shall use the said sums so "Is that all you've got for me ?" he '

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: PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYSUBSCRIPTION his finger nail. The quick was so severely 28 "
I Republican senators! aside as aforesaid for the payment of much in arrears.

t r 9'9't. injured by the bite that half oppose that plan. The success of his said principal and interest of said "Go on, now, and be satisfied! was

of the nail turned black, and for several I trip depends on the measure with bonds as same matures and shall use the reply. "You wouldn't have thatif COLUMN ]

e ; t RATE ] years afterwards only a semblance -I which he succeeds in winning over the the same for no other purpose. my old nTan hadn't sold the backdoor

Per Year __________________.$2.00 of a nail! grew from the part of people. If he can create public! sen- Sec. 3. Said bonds shall be in the ."
the quicl/thtt) had been injured. And timent in favor of hillr world court he I form, except the necessbry variations Pului

rq that moray was not more than six cr will compel the senate at least to I to indicate the different numbers The man stood in the hotel lobby FOR SALE-Pure 1 t
k. Tampa Is becoming/ more and more eight inches long! modify its opposition.The searching the telephone directory fora stock hog, 1 year old. $1') 'i. ;
dates of maturity of and Interest
principal -
t' a really broad-gauge/ town. The Eve. A moray can crawl fairly fast on president's western trip Is the with in number. A man had been in one of Pattee, Route A, Starke
andmoved coupons, as set out
Timed has just completed
Mini land, too fast for one's One first move in a big political, the phone booths for several minutes -:
game RENT
into handsome and commodious Declares Senate Bill No. 30(5( passed by the FOR : -Furnished .or ur ;;:
t Key West fisherman that which will culminate at Washington and, although he held the receiver attentively -
and the Morning Tribune legislature of the state of Florida, at nished, apartment. Phone i ,
quarters while he and another man were fish I at the next session of congress.-Ex- to his ear, be was not observed .'
fir.. in half column editorial) felicitatesthe session of 11)23! and filed in the office -6-tf..
a .
at Pelican Shoals twelve miles
ing make of the mouthpiece
change. to use -
of the
of state of the state
Times on its! growth and prosper east of Key West, they were chasedby WANTED-Labor. e:
r ity. That's good.o'irst thing we of Florida on the 12th day of May The patience of the operatorat Inquire L.
a tyg) green moray. SCHOOL, BOA!U OFFERS BOND:: A. D. 1923. last exhausted, she turned to the Development Co., Brooklyn !
t know both of these excellent newspapers -
b They were fishing in pots as well:< ISSUE OF FORTY THOUSAND: door of the booth and rapped on the 6-15-41
will come to realize that Tam- Sec. 4. Said chairman and secretary -
f as with lines. As one of them pulledup lass. When he had opened the door
: r pa's growth is to a large measure dependent of said board of public instruction !(
1 / ) his pot, he saw that it contained Board met in regular session July she politely inquired, "Are you speak- KINGSLEY LAKE-Paul E. ( .1 p
ll on the growth of the outlying for Bradford county, Florida, are
the green moray and also several 2nd, with all members! present, viz: ing to anybody?" cottage for rent. $15 per rte,
,. territory, and particularly on the outlying hereby authorized to publish the no-
marketable fish. lie opened the rIoo'rof L. W. Kickhter, A, A. Hazen and I.. "Yes," sadly replied the silent one. Cash with application. 1'. d
tice of sale of said bonds Bradford
in the
tl J territory having easy communIcation -
the pot with the intention of turn J, Wjnn. "I'm speaking to my wife""VERBOTEN" Burns, Starke, Fla. -.r d
III with their city, When this ing the fish into the boat's well and I Minutes of last meeting read and County Telegraph/ a weekly ,
, i dawns on them fully we will hear no newspaper published in Starke, Bradford -
"i then the back in the
dumping molly approved.L. ='" FOR RENT At
Par |
t p' l, i more complaint of the gasoline taxI county, Florida, for at least 30 Kingsley ) sand I
sea. But while he was trying to do W. Kickliter was ordered to have comfortably furnished
the ]less days prior to the sale of said bonds i t.
; which is intended to help populous ,
: that the moray, as quick as lightning, the site of Boatdrain school surveyed. which I Here are a few facts for your con ment for small family. Mr rt
ft. counties improve their means is hereby set at and including
snaked through the door on to the Notice of bids for the sale of $10- sideration. One adult American in
B. Cady, Phone 402. 6-2'!' "
} .. <>f communication! with the business deck. the 6th day of August, A. D. 1923, up I
000.00 of funding bonds were ordered every 20 Is engaged in the functionsof -- --
I J .'; ..I"I centers of the. state. lie dropped the pot and rpm toward published in the Bradford County Tel- to two o'clock p. m. in accordancewith municipal, county, state or national FOR RENT="' -Two cottages on K ,j.
the form of notice of sale
I I the stern with the moray close at his egraph for five weeks. !set oat government. What is the result ? sley lake. Mrs. E. E. < a.
j in Senate Bill No. 306.
a THE HAT!'I.ESNAKK OF THE SF.\ heels. The other fishermen was at The resolutions us attached hereto, Excessive taxes, you say. Correct, Starke, Fla.] 0-22-2

:1 the stern handling- line, when the were offered by Mr. Hazen and seconded Sec. 5. That said refunding bonds but that is only one. > Do you know, FOR SALE-A place at Lawte

" t "It's !" pair appeared, and instantly he was by Mr. Wynn and on vote was when duly executed, shall be deliveredto also that Americans are required by n.
a moray \ the slating 4 1-2 acres all fenc: '.d
II j on his feet, too. carried unanimously.A purchaser or purchasers upon law to do more things and! prohibitedby
I That is the most fear-exciting cry the a good house, near depot.V, ;
I Both men ran fast enough to keep I resolution providing for the sale payment of the purchase price. law from doing more things than'are
rt fishermen
I that is made by in the waters Sec. 6. That said bonds for cash! or terms can be arm "d. 1
out of the,reach of the but the refunding
along the Florida Keys. The ex moray, and issuance of bonds in the sum of today required or prohibited in llagan-Peters Co., Jacksonvu, r |
second man jumped overbear 1 after Forty Thousand Dollars! by the boardof are authorized to be issued under autocratic ? Do realize
Europe ,
shark you .
clamation "It's a when a under II. R. Sapp, Lawtey, Fla. II 1. it
this resolution issued
yt ;, shark !ia hooked, either angers or disgusts he had circled the deck half a dozen public instruction for the county of are : further, that nearly all these repressive -

the fishermen. But the instant times. Hanging to the martiiigalo he Bradford,, state of Florida, to refund Senate Bill No. 300 of the Florida oppressive, transgressive laws FOR SALE-Missionary and Kiay., .

3"', he finds out he has u moray on his called to the man who had taught the the outstanding Indebtedness of the Legislature passed at the session of have been forced by !selfish! minoritieson ke Strawberry plants, any qua n tv

." hook he is his guard. It the moray to jump also. Instead the fisherman said board of public instruction and the legislature of 192J, and filed in lawmakers and administrators in growing on new land form ,a
on was
fishermen of the .Florida Keys who stepped into the cockpit, grabbed providing for a sinking fund with the office of the secretary of state of deadly fear of the political power of plants, ready July 1st. If inter. 1 i.

rh r I -at! nicknamed I. the moray the "rattle- up an ax, and wheeled< about justas I I which to pay the principal and inter- the state of Florida: on the 12th day such minorities? Does not the suspicion write J, M, .Trubrj'starko., 6-22 ..'6
of :May: A. D. 1923. ',
crake of the sea." the moray was coming over the eat on said bonds as same matures, ', come home to you that this democracy "

'coaming after him its teeth bared. 'land specifying what interest the said Sec. 7. That all resolutions or or- of ours, presumed tote governed FOR .SALE-A desirable place,

t t .' The name in well suited to its owner lie swung/ the ax with all his, might, bonds are to bear and date of maturity ders heretofore passed by said boardof by the wish of the majority, is /rer 'Ul'* Walnut '.and Ninth street

i for the moray is a snakelike fish, striking the moray on the back of the I of the same. public instruction for Bradford rapidly becoming the slave of minori- Four. lots fronting\ on N Walnut 'd

P which moves through the water, over ,I I head and almost severing the head I Whereas; the board of public in county Fla., that are inconsistent oat ties? west half block.between Ninth ''d
vd the bottom, or on land like a snake. I '
t from' the ,body. I county of Bradford, variance with this resolution are A new struggle/ for American freedom Tenth streets. Cottage on -r

I It has four sets of needlepointedteeth I L| There are evarictles of moray in state ot-Florida. has aim outstanding to the extent of such inconsistency' is impending. It will be a battle North Walnut and Ninth sti) "

capable of tearing into the Florida waters: the brown the blue amended and repealed. Term reasonable. Mrs.'C.\ W '.
t I indebtedness in the sum of Forty I for freedom from laws and regulations
flesh as easily as can bite \\nto an
you the green, the yellow and the speckled. Thousand Dollars which is evidencedby Sec. 8. This resolution shall be in from the increase in govern- don.
j S apple The does not inject I __
i The last named has a brown outstanding notes, warrants rftul full force and effect from and niter ment paternalism, and from the interference _
fie',, poison into a wound like the rattlesnake ?' e 6tatsrM grit: !: i_
body plentifully speckled with whit Mother' forms of indebtedness and is its passage. in normal American life of I t418'e <

r p sults., but the bite causes serious ret epota. Morays, particularly the green j bearing\ from six to eight per cent Interest The following bills were audited government functionaries. It will be :rirMn.e.:t&e,: the vitality blood.ant y""neruby. .tin won urlfytoa1 feel i.Inn u'

variety, often grow to be six feet per annum. and ordered, paid: a struggle to reassert the age-old I a.t..1t tvlfloracioJ: ET. ,. Petra aa

,v r Besides the teeth in its upper ajid ]long.-By Samuel Edward Harris. And whereas the said board of public Bradford Co Hank borrowed money__.120000 -
4 : lower jaws. the has throat( Brailford Co bunk do _--*--..20U.00L ,
u moray instruction Is unable to operate W KiPklitcr board, service-_ ______ 4.20 .... .
teeth. The latter are smaller than CHEAP MONEY: A A nHaen do _.. ._._ 8.CO - -- -
I r the public schools of the said county I. J Wynn do ......-.....-.___-_--n..----- 6.40Nrtulfoifl :S. r
the jaw teeth and flunk the entrance and off indebtedness immediately Co JVIt'irrnph j>rintintf -____ 3.00ttrudford
J"" pay Co Telegraph' do ..._.__,. 06.50 cNow Easier Than Ever to
to the throat either side. Each --- ;
on The Farm Labor
Union, a political ; therefore H II VvlirxilM, alary upt ___n_____ ISO O.I h
(r? plate into which the throat teeth are organization now virtually in controlof Bt it resolved by th< board of pub A A .'I b"brd.revaira' ____- _____- 41.28
j 8 H I material, fur repair; ::: 12.00:<. > "Ownalii
set in double rows is about one quarter the Oklahoma state administration lic instruction of the county of Bradford D (Tone incidental/ ___________n___- 1.20
__________ ____
of inch wide and two inches I'exiw Co.. material 288.72 hII
an has taken a stand for "cheap money and state of Florida
.. : H H Wiggins payroll for B H S 2H 00 II
long in a large size moray. The movement and plenty of it." There have been of H II Wiggins inoid': ____________.'... 22:05 r
Section That for the
1. purpose C N Cooper work _________________ 2.00
t I of the plates is fftverned .by the many experiments in "cheap money"but i j raising funds rn the sum of Forty PoI ....hn. legal Hervico _____...____ 6.28 ii9 bict.
y y muscles of the throat that when J J MoLeoil, repaint, ______________ 284..SO iiI
so a few indeed have yielded anythingbut Thousand Dollars for the refundingof \ A Diinlen material. repair, -I 1 n____ 18.00
\ moray swallows food, .the plates, cut- an unpleasant experience. Before the outstanding indebtedness of M L Wnl.ter.on. repaln, __.-..____ 4a.l 87Urailford
Cu. Hank Interest _________'287.43 I 'lhroulll the
tint and grinding, press against each the World War fouSr German 'e said board of public instruction, From Sub IliltlicUBriulford .

other like the blades of a pair of marks would buy one American dol. there is hereby ordered and directed ,I W Morgan Co Hank book noto. __-___._.._._______________ 40 BO.fiO.50 : ;j Oji 1 91wclzaJethan

i. scissors. lar. Now it takes 70,000 marks' The J W piurxan Inold ______..___.-._ 8.29 ; .
to be issued
forty negotiable' coupon Hractford' Co Hank payt on note __.___ 63.00
I have seen wounds of several persons money is so cheap andfso plentiful in refunding bonds! of Bradford county, Hampton Htnte Bank do ...____..... 181.00 '
I Hank of Starke note ........_..... 40000W : ,
i -who. had been bitten by morays, Russia that ,It means nothing. Men Fla., each bond shall be in the denomination C Women brlnulnir returns ___ 2.00 ,
hut the worst in the starve to death becaun. million. of 1 I Hank of larks note ____________. 225.00 -will enroll
were right forefinger .... ( of one. thousand dollars, and Hampton State Punk payt on note 121.Oil 0 0 you

3 \ and middle Angers of .a boy rubles will not even buy a .crust of ''be dated July 1, 1923, and shall be A burden of Starke window transfer_ ..to.._bond____...-....... 8HQ 10..61linnk 25Uriilford ." and start you on

r scout at Key West, The siUiat l and bread. Here are two modern examples I, numbered from one to forty inclusive! Co Hank do ._____________ 4 7.:IIBrailford the

another boy were diving for crawfish, of "cheap money and plenty of and the first two bonds aggregating County County Telegraph Tvleuraph do printing.......__.- 3 3.00.00Untiirord I way to owner-

when the scout came upon n suction it." Do we wish to duplicate" such I $2,000.00hall be due July 1, 1921! Hrnilforfl County Teleirrnph do ________ 800Krailford II ship. We will put'
County Tvlctcraph do ___._. 3.00Hmdford '
of two foot piping, in one 'end of conditions in 'America? Hardly, Theorists I and $2,000.00) of said bonds shall become County Teleirraph Ho .--.______ 8.00 the in a
H mil ford County Telegraph do ________ 3.00 money
would have
,which hu suw the protruding whipsof it that money can duo on the 1st day pf July, each Bradford County Telntraph do .__n__ 3.00 I C local bank
a crawfish. Ho shot to the surface be made to represent anything, to do year thereafter until the said bondsare Bradford County Telegraph do ........ 8.00 at in'terest.
Uraitford CuunljTolow..ph do ........ 8.00 I
!i r 4, t to tell his companion about the dis Anything./ Experience) teaches .usthat, paid in full. Bradford. County Telegraph do ____-._ 8.00 Each week
Bradford, County Telegraph do ___..... ,:l I.nll)
covery. money represents only what we put in : Sec. 2. That said bonds shall bear Bradford County Telegraph do _.....__ 3.00 make an additional Soon :
to it, that it will do in return Bradford County Telegraph do ._. 8.00 e payment.
"We'll down '\ he only interest at the rate of six per centumper '
together :
go sug'gClted.
Bradford County telegraph do ... 8.00 plus the interest
t "and! I'll poke my hand into what we do for it. Working, not wishing annum, payable semi-annually Bradford County Telegraph do. ..-..___-__. 8.00 'I' your payments paid

t.S one end of the 'pipe, while you stay! / Is the basis of all prosperity.Hx. .- the. first day of January and July of H Bradford nut,'ford County County telegraph Telegraph do do ..._......e.8.00... 8.00 jI by the bank will make the car yours.

'* at the other to catch the crawfish as each year the first semi-annual payment Bradford' C"un'j'r.I."raph do ........ 8.04
There being no further business the So plan into the fields and woods
to get out
they come out." of interest to be due January 1,! II

The water was eighteen feet deep, UNUSED: : LANDS: 1921! and ending with the maturity'I board adjourned! to next IrstIonday.:\ ,,i -down to the beach or stream-the family

q which was looked upon as ordinary of the bonds, each year as same mature Have automobiles registered and you-in the Ford Sedan. It is ready for

depth by these boys, both longwinded the The secretary of internal, affairs for respectively, and each installment in time and your avoid trouble. Blanks carl I I business, or pleasure anytime you step Into
divers. state of Pennsylvania has discovered 1s to be evidenced by attached
Down they went. Reaching proper be had at the sheriff's office.. the<<7 driver's seat, and put your foot on the.
the pipe, they did just as thy<: had as the! result of a survey QJ this coupons to each bund; both \ starter button.

t planned-that is, they started to do state that this year there will be over principal and interest to be payablein INTERESTING--- SEJfMON;: : SERIES

it. As noon, however, as the i yr.e. boy 300,000( acres:l.of farm lands thin will currency, of the United States of :;' It is a car for all weather with real comfort

thrust hit remain: untill.. The reasons assigned America at the banking house of the
hand into the he felt ,
pipe for
The following series of sermons are I'' everyone. And now it is within
by. the of these lands for
that owners Hanover National Bank in the city
something hurt scarcely More to be preached in the Baptist church reach. Come in today-get full details.
allowing them to remain idle
than are: and' state of New York.
a pin prick. Then he saw a be .ginning on Sunday morning next.
speckled' moray about three feet long First, scarcity of farm labor, and second Sec. 3. And the said board of pub. "Pure Religion." .

wriggle out of the pipe., whereupon prices for farm products that do lie'instruction for the county of Bradford July 8-Its Practical Power. .
not yield 1 the farmer a profit. The state of Florida, has on the '
dAt the boy shot to the surface. =Not"' until July 1&-Its Sanctifying Power. J. W. ANDREWS, JR.
then was he aware how badly he secretary rightly calculates that these first Monday In June, A. D. 1923, and I
22-Its Vital Power.
4 was bittvn. Of course, the reason why unusued lands will make! a difference must on the first Monday in June of July Authorized raler

r he had not Kenned much'pain at the in trlcrlfcrnl living in Pennsylvania. each year hereafter up to and including THE FLORIDA SANITARIUM: I 'aq LINCOLN: :: FORD. FORDSON:

time of the, bite wits due to the sharpness A: y apcrsj,! end journals the year 1939, insert in the itemized

s'.,' of the moray'a teeth have. from time to time contained' articles i statement said board is required

The three making similar estimates of un- I tt m.ka and"r sub-section thirteen of Florida Sanitarium and Hnatoital l.

S M fingers, between the drat "sod farm lands. in other, state It'' $ectlon105.1 of revised! general stat Orlando, Fla.Iedlcal: surgical ma-

t' : joints to the and bone knuckles, both in,the were under cut through and is pi' ihible that millions.. of acres of utes of Florida. 1920 in addition to ternity, capacity 100 patients. Equip. :

,t. v upper farm lands will this year not be ,used the amounts\ and items therein required mentmodern, rest diet physiological
parts. swam for the shore
at Unexcelled the southeast
with the result that the which therapeutics. jn .
I crors the amount necessary to provide '
speed jumped into
top !, a taxicab and! 6-25-tf.
i. was taken to a doctor, where the comprise fooditi'fi! will Ve considerably a sufficient sinking fund to meet the .
less than those of former '-
years. payment of the principal and interestof
; wounds cauterized.
were It was n MASTER'S 8AL8: -
h after the This! Is not n prosper (that can be said bonds as' same matures in the Hereby. notice !Ie riven that under and by' I,
year or more wounds' had final dec., of foreclosure
viewed with virtue of that certain
healed, before that boy regained i the complacency by people next ensuing scholastic year, insert- made. ) and entered on July 3. 1921. byHonnrsbl.
: who have to purchasetheir vegetables Ing the amount in mills on the dollarof A. V. Long judge of Circuit I Court
free of those finger
use which hade of Bradford county. Florida in that certaineaune
had! a tendency to remain gtlT. because it all means' that prices are taxable property of said county, wherein W. E. Knight ur-4omplainant.
and H. R. Brawn. C. C. B.vlll and S: .llie
going to be high. Families
with home
which shall bo less than
The moray that attacked this scout not three! nor Bevlll are deefmlanta, that" underpinned. will
gardens will,And them worth all the more than ten mills and furnish a offer for eat. and all for ...h, to th. hlgheet I
i was three feet long. A baby of the eourthoua
muruy and Suet i front *
d which bit 4' caused time and labor they have cost copyof the statement! to the assessorof door in Starke.BI'd;: county. Florida' nn
man hint moreS Monday the Dth day of Augvut, A. D. l ia.
trouble than the larger moray caused taxes of saidcounty: and file a copy during the legal houra of tale for the pu".... i x
14)) THE PRESIDENTS; : TRIP in the office of the said l board of public of atlafytnir aid Anal deere th. following
,the boy scout. eI..l'I_ real ..taJ* In Bradford county.' Florida
President ing's'western trip is instruction; and the assessor! shall to-wltl
( This man was looking for crawfish manifestly South Half .f Lot Twelve of Rection Seven.
a "political swig l around assess the, amount so stated and the In Townahip Seveit Sooth. Rang Twenty -
in water up to his knees! when he the circle." In the first speech that collector: shall collect the amount assessed Eaet. leu HU feet .... and ....t by)' 210 feet sI
I ran across a small shoal, out of whicH he north .nd aouth. old to Annie Simmons In
delivered he made
a a plea for a and pay over the same monthly Southweet corner of said lot.
he saw crawfish whips ticking. Ho -A. flr CREWS. \
r. world court alon'linn \
pledged his '
; by to the county depository which is Special Muter In Chancery..

t ; slipped, ,his hand cautiously udder *i e party three years ago. In succeeding also: by law. school treasurer; and jt,! D. E.Solicitorfur XNICHT. Comulalnant.: 7-<-Gt-l-a I I0r

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FRIDAY. JULY 8. 1923. t
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t day for Albany, Ga., being called to grandparent, :Mr.: and Mrs. G.'W; by the defense today in the trial of was his opinion lobar pneumonia was
1 I attend the funeral of :Mrs.: Durden's Alderman Thomas Walter Higginbotham, for the cause of death of a person having c a '

; Bits ol JLoealInformation (Q) mother, :Mrs.V.\ A. Broadaway. mer convict whipping boss, charged received a whipping numbering
I IN CELEBRATION:' BIRTHDAY Y win the murder of :Martin Tabert .of from eight to ten licks with n strap
:Mrs S. B. Denmark lies ill at :Mrs: N. Ritch a'I'I '
very T. entertained at North Dakota, tended to show that weighing one> and] three-fourths
the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. W, : children's party Saturday afternoon i j' Tabert came to his death front lo- pounds. rrM14
Blll den, to hence she was moved at her home on North Walnu street, I II bar pneumonia and not from traum-,< In answer to another question of sr F

Concerning Our People Business from her home af Raiford in order to :j honoring her little son, N. T. Jr., who i I| atic pneumonia, in tho state Is con- about the same number of words ns +
I ando ( enjoy perfect medical attention and. celebrated his third birthday anniversary tending.The to whether a man could receive from *
f .Progress In the County and !
Town. nursing. I at that time. ,, six experts also corroborated JO to 11U licks of a leather! strap
i : A profusion of daisies and zinnias I!i I: the testimony of Dr. Capers Jones weighing from six' to seven and one- '
:Monday's' : heavy rain caused tho I were used to decorate the rooms of i Putnam Lumber Company's camp half pounds! and perform !hard' labor
'J east ,end of Call street to be flooded the lower floor of this handsome rcsjidence I[ physician, who attended Tabert while the next day, Dr. Greene stated it
l I. E. Bohannan, of Highland, was Alvarez. and gullied. The town now owns a As they nrrived each little I I he was serving a convict sentence in would\ ho impossible, us his injuries

n-n Monday. tractor and it is. hoped this piece of lady and gentleman presented the l I the lease camp of the company Dr. I would be too severe. This hypothetical '
Oscar Alvarez, of Jacksonville, street may be filled in high enough to popular young host with alovely present Jones testified that Tabert died from I question was in line with tho contentions -
.1 H. Saxon, of Hampton, had bus- spent the Fourth here with his wifo not suffer during floods Sawdust Is and the afternoon passed merrily I| lobar' pneumonia, and that on makinga of the state.For r
' ?. :n Starke :Monday. and son, who are guests of her mother poor material for roads through the with games and contests. In pinningthe thorough examination of this body t
MTs. Lalla Chace. swamps. tail on the donkey, little Lois Ad- I I' he found nj trace of trautnnism.I .
1119h|, Hilda Struth spent Sunday in kins hustle first price for the "girls and I I I Tonight .session was hold In order Sale ::1.
." with friends. :Mrs! Annie Brown Barrett, of Jacksonville Messrs. L. C. Powell and John Pow was given a box of stationery. Edwin'i,, that the case might go to the jury r ga

spent Sunday with her sister ell have gone to Asheville, N. C., for Green and A. W. Anderson, Jr., made by Saturday morning It was cx- MISSIONARY;' PLANTS
:. ,mid Adkins left last week for :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, at Kingsley a sojourn during the heated term. a tie, and after drawing for tho prizeit 'ectcit tonight that ho defense would $2.00 per Thmitiiml, or by the Bed
itilla where he-has a position. lake. They will visit relatives in South Carolina was found that O. W. held the for- be able to close its case at a late IF IOU WANT:' PLANTS I CAN
and Georgia before returning tunate number and was presentedwith houP.'
:SELL: : MLSEK: : : ,.
')1'a. Enoch Grills, of Lawtey, was day:Mrs.:\ for Fred Sapp and baby left Tues home a mouth organ. Dr. Ralph N. Green, tormoriy state t 4
Thursday. Leesburg, where they will The fourui ot July colors wero carried health officer, told the jury in answerto
.1 wn visit her parents, :Mr. and :Mrs.: Stev- On June 21st :Miss:\ Ida :May Williams out in tho (delicious refreshments, a hypothetical quotation propounded M. F. BROWN
ens. and :Mr.' Troy Hewitt, of Jacksonville the individual cakes being of red and the defense which
Davis spent the weekend by was approximately fi
1 fii son I S1AKKE, FLA.
,, ksonville with friends. were married in Ocala, at white, and stuik'in each serving of I fi)0) words in length that it b3 ,
:Mrs.: J. E. Wilson returned Monday the Baptist pastorium, Dr. Collins cream wall a tiny American flag. Assisting .s
to her home in Gainesville after visit performing the ceremony. Miss Williams
a :Mrs. Ritch in serving were her .
of Ocala --
Shepard, ,
spent \
iiimes at Kingsley lake with her sister, has been a vistor at Kingsley; sister, :Mrs. T. J. Griffin, and :Miss\ '
day| with his family. :Mrs: S. T. Dell. lake for several summers past, being Viviretto Floyd Gal)' colored paper I I I

the guest of :Mrs F. A. Scott. caps were given eut.lt: little guest, and | -
A. Collins spent Wednesday in :Mrs.: R. D. :McMillan:\ the guest of the fa\ors were fourth of July whistles 1 Discriminating Buyer .
li tsonville.Mi :Mrs. Collins, has been confined to her Mr.\ and Mrs. George Kosel and chil- for the boys and dainty fans for ,
bed for the past few days with tonsi- dren, of Redlands, spent last week the 1 girls. 1 I, t lit
'' litis. with :Mr.' and :Mrs. N. 15. Hull. :Monday '
'. and :Mrs.: Sloan were visitors The guests at this merry party were I I
', irlnndo, this week.de I Mr. and Mrs. Koscl and children, :Martha Ilrownlee, :Martha:\ Powell, I Of a motor car today
:Mrs: W. II. Lowman, of Jacksonville Ma: .. and Mrs. Hull loft for a motor Lois Long, Lois Adkins, Dorothy Knows that to buy for price alone is not always the way .
', Alvarez of Jacksonville\ spent came last week to visit her sis- trip to' Hendersonville, N. C., and Ritch, Frances Lee Peek, Eunice Ca- \ To ..conomicallran'porlation he has found out ill the 1
., ... days this week with his fainn jral I j ter, :Mrs.: J. F. Colley, and while here from there' to Hemstead, Long Island. nova. Lillian Sternberg, Lillian and ; pant I
I! .it Kingsley lake. was taken critically ill. \1. !Marjorie Stump, Lubiso Brown Fenel- I That the way to cheaper mileage, is to gel one that will l I'I rsi. ,
I Mrs. S. E. Brownlee returned Saturday lu and Louise Sn.derIl'nti.:: .. I'pttit,

r. I J.. Turner" is spending the week Miss Natalie :McCann:\[ and :Miss\ B. from Palatka, where she visit Gloria Johns, Katie Colley, ,Billy I \Vulys-Kninril, is noted! for (lie silent valve-less engine
Cady of Jacksonville, spent the fourth ed her daughter, :Mrs: A. V. Long. Chalker, Long Powell
.1I1c'ks\nville. \ ( Billy Billy : That glides along wild speed and power, one ncvrr could imlgine;
I with :Miss: Cady's mother, :Mrs. Flora 1 I :Mrs.[ Brownlee was accompanied Dome Louie Brown, Sinclair Peek, Jr., Ar- ',
I Allhjugh carbon trouble in the ordinary ,
M. _- Williard Bishop, of Anthony, Cady, at her Kingsley lake cottage by her little grand daughter, Annie thur Darby Jones, A. E. Wall, Jr., S. causes type
n, guest of Mrs. Ed. R..Neff. 'j jMr Long, who will spend several weeks R. Johns, Jr., A. W. Anderson, Jr., I It helps increase the poser in n \VJIy silent, Knight. j
jt Mrs. L. E. Robinson 7 Lake with her. :Merrill FuUh, Leslie Biggs, Edwin yi.

t Charles, La., and Miss :Margaret Long Green, :Marion\ Pettit, A. Z. Adkins i "
It matters not haw deep the mud wheels always spin. ,
and :Mrs.: Guo. W. Anderson, of.Ui.uv ( ; your
W. N. Johnson left for
spent the past week at Kingsley lake Thursday Jr., Ed Self, Jr. .
I are spending several weeks with :Mrs.:\ J. H. liitch. his old home in Tennessee He will i While tithe.. cart are scoring out a Knight. is wearing in; j

i Kingsley lake. i I return .to .Starke this fall with his The Baptist Bible school will have I And for a good investment you will find a Knight will pay;

D. P. Carpenter. !Mrs. L. E. Hob'I- family. He has just completed his their annual basket picnic at Kings- Every owner is n booster; you should! order one ,tod.iy., ,
\hssThelma Brinson, of Fiftone, I I
son, :Mrs.: F. H. Long, :Misses Elmu new bungalow in the western portion lay lake Thursday, the 12th. All members I .
f ,Here visiting her sister, :Mrs.: J. E. I Robinette and :Margaret'[ Long motored of town, and on his return he and his of thechurch and Bible school i

nening. to Jacksonville and Pablo Bench family will make their home there. invited, also members and. friends of h,
i I The people of Starke will then greet the congregation./ ..
fudge R. A/ Green was business.in Orlando i I P. A. Crosby, J. J. :Morgan, L. R. :Mr. Johnson as one of our citizens.! I I Quigley Overland Co.:

f'1'' -da.on) professional Gainey and T. C. Stewart were among 1.0IMR, PNEUMONIA( :' : CAUSE; ;
the Brooker men having business in Miss Aileen Alvarez, who is a stu. T.VHKUT'S: DEATH. EXPERTS. Agents '' L r
Wainwright is camping for a Starke :Monday.: dent In the summer school of the University FOR Tim DEFENSE:;' TESTIFY .. ?
lev I .days) ut Kingsley. /Ike.1" j of Florida, spent the Fourth STARKE FLORIDA

I Mrs. J. :M.:\ Fennell and sister, Mrs. here with her parents, :Mr. and :Mrs.J. : Luke City, July J.-Expert testi-!
\ B. E. Jones, of Jacksonville, Daufiherty, of Gainesville, have been M. Alvarez. :Miss: Alvarez was accompanied many from six witnesses presented ,
.- i guest at the home of her son, enjoying a stay at Kingsley lake at home by :Misses' Mabel }
'n ,Witt C. Jones. Shurpley and C. Williams of -
Mary -
'the L. A. Davis! cottage. --- ----- ---- ,
__-______ __ ____ Key West, who arc also students at Ji <
\1>'. and Mrs. George Wiley, of ,,. :M.' Coporth-Waitp, of New Jersey, the University.Mrs. Jii''lli
i n) 'n, spent the Fourth here with "
is employed in Mjtchell's Drug Store i
"I'I""e' ,. I while D. P. Carpenter Is'away on his : A. :M.\ Darby and daughter, REPORT OF CONDITION '
vacation :Miss' Fanny, returned home Saturday
MiGeo.. A> Collins, entertained at a from Denver, Colorado, where they
t h rday! eveninpr in honor of :Mr.' and :Mrs. Horace S. Wilson and visited Mrs. Darby's daughter, Mrs. I,I. of .

h'l i "west, Miss. .Theo Fields, of Jack- little son, Horace, Jr., of Gainesville, Charles W. Chalker. :Mrs. Darby was ]
die Fourth with his accompanied home by Mrs. Chalker ]
>pent the parents,
I Mr. and :Mrs.: E. L. Wilson. and her two little sons, Billy and : The Bank of Starke
(. W. Alderman and E. M. Johns -- John, who will visit several weeks at i

"'i"''at the Fourth on a fishing trip at ,!;i' Mrs.[ Edward Burns, :Mrs.' J. :M. the home of Mr. and :Mrs. ... :M i Dar- I i
.S i> th lake. :Mitchell and daughter. Lucile, were by.

i guests the /first of the week of :Mrs.A. I At the Close
M'is' Iris Epperson was a guest last Z. Adkins at Kingsley lake. :Mrs. U. W. Alderman and daughters of Business June 30th, 1923 I M
-i' of her sister, :Mrs.:\ George W. :Misses Mona and Blanche, returned \ '

'H.'rson. '' of Lawtey. | :Miss! Lula Wilson, who Is attending the first of the week from a ,
trip to DeFuniak and Crestview. In
I the summer school of the University RESOURCES'
-. T. Dell, of Gainesville, was here lof Florida, spent the week-end with DeFunlak they attended the West
W', dne<; I le 'Uke. son. visited :Mrs. Alderman's daughter,
:Mrs. E. R. Marshburn, at Crestview. w
Overdrafts 123.88
D. P. Carpenter left Monday for :Mr. and :Mrs. Wilmer Holtzendorf Little Miss Louise Marshburn accompanied "

< '>a where he will spend a two I assumed, management of the Starke the party home and will spend United States and Bonds 32,550.00 llP
.v''.*ks vacation with Roscoe McLane. House July 1st, and are prepared to "v'ral weeks at the home of her \

| furnish rooms and excellent table Banking House and Fixtures 9,187.69.
.r. C. Adkins., of Gainesville, spent ], board at reasonable rates.

'.". week-end with, his family at ) Cash on hand and Deposited in other Banks 280, 065.12 : '
< ii-sley lake. I :Miss:\ Dorothy Edwards"" r' Jacksonville : / !
is spending the week at he home ( & ,
\l Martha:: Hamrick, of Jackson- of her uncle, E. S. :'olatthews.liss: \ '
't\ Total
." ,is visiting :Mrs. Sarah L. Hamn Edwards graduated last month from $460, 759.52 .
... the Duval Hign School. ': -.

I i: "
4. Z. Adkins and family spent the :Jlr.' and Mrs. Ralph Rhodes and little LIABILITIES'I I
-k-end at their Kingsley lake cot- son, of Tallahassee\ arrived Wednesday t ,
UOT.! evening for a visit with :Mrs.
Rhodes' parents, :Mr.: [ and :Mrs.\[ J. :M. l Capital Stock $ 15,000.00Surplus ()

Miss :Margaret: Godwin, of Lawtey, Alvarez.J. and Undivided Profits 8,598.90
WHI- the guest Friday of :Miss: [ :Mar-
r,..ri't Long. E. Robinson of Bronson, has
been here this week on account of the, Deposits / 437,160.62

Attorneys E. M. Johns and A. Z. illness of his daughter' :Mrs.\ W. H. When you can only

Ankins+ : went to Palatka :Monday: eve Lowman. While here :Mr. Robinsonwas stand '
and e
wish. '
:Mrs.J. by I Total $460,759.52
n-ia, to attend to legal business. the guest of his daughter,' \ I a
F. Colley.Mr. .
Without fire Insurance to relyon --

Tent'"harles:Monday: Ensey.Sr.here looking, of Jacksonville after bus;, :: and :Mrs. Ralford Epperson, of home after-reduced a tire it has to burned a mass your of"' Our resources show a gain of 54525.53 since January I 1st. ;

I Petersburg, came,Tuesday to visit
ncu. We thank
ruin_you can only stand by- you. :
his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep,
Elmer:] Adkins, of Gainesville\ spent person, and also :Mr. and :Mrs. Geo. helplmi.
"*urday and Sunday with his broth- W. Anderson at Kinicsley lake. Do not 'let. fire find you uninsured t e Ill
Buy adequate fire insurance
"' .\. Z. Adkins.
:Miss Thelma Snellgrove went to now for both your home and OUR SERVICE INCLUDES! lS e "
\ and Jacksonville Sunday to visit friends, household good", Insure them lathe .
Messrs. J. W. Andrews ,
Oscar Andreu motored to Jacksonville and from there will go to :Macon Ga.,, Hartford Fire Insurance. Co. Bank of Star1..e Checking( Me-: 7' :
I leiday. to be with her sister, :Mrs. O. G. Coop that for over a century ban. paid SavlnjM Department. "
er. every honest claim. A Hartford C Safety Deposit Boxej.Amp'rlcan i

Mrs.' LaMira: Graham, of Jackson policy provideMfsound indemnityfor Express Traveler Checks i 1t.
1141) has been visiting at. the home The Kingsley lab house party, you in time of hiss by fire. payable anywhere on the Itn"! "l- if w

," nwparents: Mr. ap&11rs.,} J.,.M. composed Ogletree of .Mr.and and Mfs.Mrs.Leo Brannen Blake ,I FOR SAFE AND SURE A small town Bank withCity Orders.Western Union Telegraphic :Money:
Mr. '
/ft: iP.-.youH'Ave: and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins have Bank Travelers Check<, payable ,
1sr4..pg ." 0 I returned to their homes in Gaines- SerVICe everywhere. '
1, W.H--.C'-" '
.Bvgmd Bkj.ar: i t I So...d. =-..= ,- vU1e."" .:'" J. R. Davis & Co. Coma to 'see us when you want et--' I) 1
.ui.Hsb rw .. I tick'nt and courteous banking service
I mother, Agency Established 1886 r.
:Mrs.: O. L. Beasley
JuM I Mrs A. C. Durden, wed Miss Wednes Clara STARKE, FIA.r r.= _
of Tampa,
MMJ, .... traubk. Mae Durden, ,

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----- -------1 !Maple Leaf Brand of Beverage!; Popular

r honey bee Is a marvelous little in Michigan

With The Bradford creature, and it Is fully entitled to being -

# known as tho hardest working Liquor ia the biggest single business -

friend man has. The worker bee actually legitimate or otherwise, say

Farmers works itself to death, or wears those in touch with the rum tide

County its wings out in flying to and from I which is: steadily Rowing across the

J the hive In its ceaseless bringing in Canadian border and from the Ba
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+*+.*.....*..**-***..-.---*******---- of nectar for honey. hamas. Although the recent treasury I

'J The workers are female bees, but ruling regarding liquor on u foreign

t --- their sexual organs have not been allowed ship may have some tendency to stem

'd FAKMEKS'ANI: : > FKl'Il GROW llOfi CIIOr.Im.C.S liE1t.I'T to develop. These organs develop the tide so far as the maritime tradeis Teach the Youthful Feet to
IUWi"Elm1: : .
EKS' WEEK: :AND VIRUS ARE APPLIED only when the bee is fed certain concerned, border smuggling Is said Tread the "SAVINGS STEPS !1".

food in its larval stage. The work- to be increasinally/

6 ;j I College/ of Agriculture L'niverHlty ol l leI's provide a special cell, known as More than 100,000 gallons of bot- The "Child is father to the man" ia an 1

Florida Gaines\tlle.; Keep Yards and Pasture Sanitary; the "queen cell," in which the larva tled in bond Canadian liquor has crossed expression that emphasizes the (importance

Bury or Burn Dead Animals that hatches. from the egg deposited the border into New York state of early training of the ;youthful mind that

The' date for the Farmers' and frjil\ there by the queen is fed this special since Governor Smith signed the state SAVING is the ultimate salvation of success. --

'U Growers' Week, to be held at the: Low prices for pork may have a serious food by the workers. This larva develops prohibition law repealer and it is Start a SAVINGS ACCOUNT at this Bank for I

University of Florida, has been sel. effect. Farmers may become into a queen bee. said that booze. worth $100,000, is ;your boy or girl; and make part of their daily y .

for August 0 to 11. This annual event | lux in observing sanitary precautions However there are bees in every entering the United States everyday education the lesson/ of THRIFT and the power of R
'and using the best of feeding and hive unless in this the dollar saved.
is aranA'ed to Rive Instructions, that never work mating area.

inspiration and entertainment to mcr[ I general management methods.f Hog with! th e queen bee can be called work The 100,000 gallons mentioned cross .dLlL

i i and who are especially in cholera, therefore, may break out and These are the drones and not tolerated the line between the Vermont border
women ilANK:
numbers of STARKE
destroy great hogs. by the workers except during mating and a point on the international frontier C' -
terested in farm life. Special pro
of this most seriousof Bank ut Helpful Service 1TfI'li I' !: !
/ | The symptoms
At other times few miles north
I being arranged in dairying: seasons. they are a of Malone, N.
grams are all swine troubles, according to driven out of the hive the work Y. The estimate does not include the STARKE, FL.\.
't poultry, citrus culture, bee keeping,,', by '..,...
Dr. A, L. Sheally, professor of veterinary vast amount said to be the St. H:1:
} 16 crop improvement, home economics,,, ers. % crosing @
of the Florida
and other subjects! related to farm, science College In speaking of honeybees, Frank awrence River' from Ontario despite \

I of Agriculture, are a loss of appetite, Stirling who has made a close studyof that province's dry law; it does ...._ ./
t life.The a cough, eye discharges!, jerky move- ..-
College of Agriculture, the Airricultural this industrious insect in his con- not take in cargoes that enter Ver

Extension Division! the 'ments of the body and a staggering nection with the state plant board of : mont.

Florida Experiment Station, the State | gait The animal is constipated at Florida, says that bees gather nectar Business Well OrganizedThe _.==
but later has diarrhea and in !
I'lant Board! and the Home Economic i first, and pollen from almost any flower or* rum smuggling business Is well A

I : the last stages! of the disease red 'blossom that Providing stores organized and moves with speed and 1
Department of the Extension will grows. a ;:-o-->r
contribute to the program. There will spots are noticed on the akin of a for the colony, and in fact all the efficiency which baffles the officials. ,;

be help from other departments of light-colored hog. When food is taken work, falls upon the workers. But The principal problems are econo-

the University of Florida and from at all, it is usually vomited up only the older workers go forth to I II i I mical transportation reduction of expenses i 4r "k\_ .4_

outside sources. There will be special immediately. There 'is always a hgh I the flowers and blossoms for the load II increase of the demand, and o

,t t features throughout the week with temperature, and young pigs often I of nectar and pollen. The younger sale of the goods at the bent market, -. -

prominent men and women in agricul have convulsions. workers remain in the hive to nurse Most of the New York rum-runners I .-

% ture and home economics taking in Upon examination after death red the baby bees and perform the func- convey the goods in trucks apparently were shopping in Starke Saturday. short enough.

d'' the program. The instructional mat spots are found on the skin, and the tions of housekeeping and "ladies-in- having little fear of the state Miss Lily Stokes, of Jacksonville," When those now in middle! ag, 'n

.ter will be divided into sections, witha surface of the lungs and heart are waiting" upon the queen. troopers and police officials since the, spent last week here the guest of hei young there were no moving pic>"
leader and program for each. covered, with little red spots. The The fielder or honeys-gathering bee, governor repealed the "dry" law. sister Mrs. S. H. Tho.npson theatres and unless they moved out IT

"3 Provision is being made to otter accommodations spleen, or melt, may be enlarged and upon arrival at the blossom draws the The city of Detroit, Mich., is said Mr. and Mrs. 'Troy Bennett, of f the "little burg" they had no chan

.r in dormitories of the covered with bloody spots; and the nectar into its honey sack. Then, as tu be the gateway through whichmost Lawtey, were visitors here Saturday. to see a good show, but looking back

I University, where people can spend, kidneys, after being removed, may the bee journeys homeward, the nec- of the Central West is supplied Willie Hudson: of Wildwood, is the,I through the years the little famin

, the entire week at a very small cost. have bloody spots on their surface, tar is partly converted into honey. with illicit whiskey.. A mosquito fleet guest of his uncle J. S. Norman this!i parties and "taffy pulls," almost ne

The dining hull will be open to the appearing like a turkey egg. The I On almost every trip to the woods of 30 to 50 small boats is supplying week.D. er heard of now, seem to have been!

a lymph glands are reddened and the and fields bees food than Detroit and its suburbs from far from unpleasant
# ; visitors and they can get! their mealsat gather more with 14- B. Browning was a visitor to affairs and to
actual cost.Farmers' inner lining of the stomach may show they can consume. But through an 000 to 15,000 gallons a day. The Jacksonville Saturday. have possessed pleasant features

and Fruit Growers' Week raw areas. The inner surface of the inborn instinct they seem to realize booze is carried across the river in Mrs. Katie Drury is the guest of We got along pretty well with all*

Is intended to bring together the farmers large intestine may have ulcers uponit. that the days of bright sunshine and barrels, kipfs, cases, and the smugglers relatives in Jacksonville this week. our handicaps and there was far more

d and fruit growers of Floridaand The bladder may show tiny, pin- blossoms are numbered, and that in guarantee safe delivery.The Mrs. D. B. Browning(i was the guestof sociability when there were fewer
everything will be done to make pointed. bloody spots.In order to avoid starvation (maybe for beer transported by the miniature relatives at Raiford Sunday. paces to go than now, when even

their stay in Gainesville exceedingly the treatment of hog cholera, their master, too) and maintain life rum fleet is supplemented by occasional staid folks who were raised under the

i profitable and entertaining. the well animals should be separated something must be stored away. It carload shipments, which Messrs. Harold Pearce, Theophilui! more decades ago have been partial!
from the and Reddish and Phonso Griffis of Law
sick ones, immediately is for this reason that, when its own come into the United States from carried away by the growing craze for
for WomenA
Program inoculated with and virus. The tey attended the sing at the home of
serum tiny appetite is satisfied, the bee does Canada by way of the railroad tunnel amusement, to be entertained, to tu
strong program, In charge of.home sick hogs, which have the disease in Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips Saturday
its labors and lie down to doing
not cease under the river, according to the something and to be going
economics specialists and dealing the early be vaccinated evening.J .
stage may as
rest, but works on and on, carrying rum runners. somewhere.-Tampa Tribune.
t with various phases of home economics many so-treated hogs live. Keep all : S. Norman left Tuesday for New
load after load of nectar back to the The fleet has as Its Canadian tter-
is being arranged. Every sick hogs within an enclosure, as such hive. York after spending a f*w days here.
inraal, Petit Cote, a sleepy harbor, InformationIt
care and comfort will be offered to animals spread the disease. Burn or
'I ,1 five miles down the river from Win was a dark night and the
cyclist 1
the of Florida wb hereto THE SMALL TOWN
women bury deeply all dead animals, and use
dsor. The craft
r the week. comprising the fleet was lost. Presently he saw a sign ,doa
spend disinfectants very liberally around -
are decrepit rowboats, rigged with post.
'i Farmers' Week last proved successful One hears
year the premises. frequently the complaint
Social reformers used thatno out board motors and
tjp say small launches.
I v from every standpoint, Being voiced by the very young memh/rs' of With great difficulty he climbed th
+ married to feel it
woman ought Their
capacity ranges from 15 to 200 I
' new it was something of an ex COWPOX EASILY SPREAD; the community that they are fed.up post, struck a match, and read "Wei
necessary for her to leave her home cases, and some of them make several :
Several additional feature i SIMPLECowpox with the small Paint.
periment. | THE TREATMENT: : cares, and take a business or shop trips day. town and that they
will be added this year and it will bi 3 --.- her family. a long to get out into the big world
position help support The Canadian breweries have loadIng
? bigger and better in every respect. is a disease in which small But the cost of the where they could do things and enjoy
on present living, docks on the three slips at Petit
The and definite announcements life to the full. e
program more vesicles or blisters appear around the Tired
difficulty of giving a family of children Cote. The running is done in broad
i will appear at an earl)p udder and teats of the cow. It is due is Only experience can teach that
adequate support so great dayligth, as most of the beercarryIng aching feet ?
I date. to a specific germ which may be eas- that a large number of mothers, probably craft get regular clearance these juvenile hopes and aspiratinosare
t ily transmitted to other cattle within than before 'tak- in the majority of cases doomed MENTHOLATUM
more ever are designating their cargoes as
PECAN TREE BORERS the herd, if proper precautions are .. to bitter disappointment in the reali-
hold to the bills.
Ing help pay family "beer for export. The rum runners
not taken to prevent it. zation of what the great outside world soothes.cools and
Social workers that most of the
say prfertto l Itpep within the law in Can-
The pecan tree is attacked by two When the disease first appears,, money thus earned goes into the homeexpenses ada. holds in store. The majority of this relieves.

kinds of borers, according to Prof, small, red, swollen areas may be observed and is used to provide a Lookouts for the fleet are stationed juvenile army of longers after life

J. R. Watson, entomologist of the over the surface of the udder and excitement come to the stage
higher standard of life for the chil
on the American side When the "fed
Fliorida Experiment Station. One> and teats. At first these areas are where they' would give anything to'
dren. In N. H. for Instance
Manchester eral is in
sight '
navy" signals are
girdles the trunk and the other bores i back to the .
about and
the size of a pea or even smal it found that 68 cent get simpler pleasures
was per flashed to the
warn runners. They
directly to the heart of the tree. ler, but they soon grow larger. In a real friends of the small town onlyto
of these
women livingat 'I.
wage-earners boast that seldom and
they are caught
The girdler is most destructive to short time they form small blisters home all 'their find that they are carried back by
were earnings the records show that the officials are
young trees. It feeds just beneaththe h I or vesicles which contain a thin, clear to their home. [I a current which renders the backward
aside from occansional
bark and can be dectected by the doing little swim feat impossible of
waterly-like fluid. The blisters even a accompishment. -
The existence of this willingnessto I aids.
blackened areas which run spirally tually break allowing the fluid ;\ Indigestion
toil and struggle for better condi- In fact, United States District Judge
around the trunk. The best Perhaps the restless
young to escape, leaving behind,, a raw sore tions, is a wonderful testimony to Tuttle has ordered investigationof youngsters are
an *
remedy in this'case is to dig the grub surface. old enough and big enough, and
the devotion of womanhood and "I had
the charges of Earl J. Davis, United very severeattacks of
out. It is also well to paint the tree know enough to for themselves '
The treatment, according to Dr. A. shows how a multitude of modern States District Attorney that care Indigestion, w"teaMr. M. H.
trunks with whitewash containing L. Shealy, professor of veterinary mothers will sacrifice to but it usually Is the case that those Wade, a farmer of R. F. D. I,
some salt as a precautionary measure science of the Florida college of'ag- bootleggers receive advance informa who brag about being able to care for Weir, Miss. "I would suffer
give their children a decent:chance in raids federal for months
tion of impending/ by a time. All dared
Shading the trunks of the young tree riculture, consists in washing the affected life. Mr. Davis asserted themselves are the ones who need .the eat was little bread and

t3* : with boards, sacks or moos has some parts with a mild antiseptic Many observers feel that this tendency that"dry" agents. and most restraining. butter. consequently 1 suffer

s value in keeping the worms out. solution, drying thoroughly and applying frequently lawyers profes- Whip those who have gone thru ed from weakness. I would)
must lead many women to neg- sional bondsmen in behalf of to eat
then the
appear terrible
rvM, The borer, the deep borer, Is, not carbolated vaseline zinc- the experience. can sympathize with suffer
or ,
lect their home and that it is ing la
cares, men not yet arrested, but for whom my stomach I I took
t sp easy to reach. If the tunnel where oxide ointment twice daily. Alwayslet extremely difficult for woman to been those who chafe at the confines, and medicines! but did not get any
a warants had Issued.
a s the grub works is not too crooked the the affected cow be the last of the restrictions of a "little burg," yet better. The druggist recom-
run a home in good shape and at The liquor runs from $30 to $.10 a
grub may be killed by gouging with bunch to be. milked. Even then, the they can assure the young people of I
the time take
same a shop or and delivered the American
a wire. A surer method is to put in hands must be thoroughly disinfect- case on today that they have in that "little mendedThedford's
position. It is claimed that the children side about double that '
it brings just
the hole a wad of cotton saturated j ed after milking in order to preventthe burg" nearly all the things and near-
are likely to be neglectedand of the
very In fact most smugglersare
price. ,
J i f; with carbon disulphidv. In this case spread of the disease to other when ly all the opportunities which the
wild the times
run during
their entire time to
, 1 the hole must be sealed immediately cows in the herd. now devoting young people of a couple of decades
the mother is close maintaina
not by to Before
the trade.
," {i' with paraffin or wax of some kind, to liquor prohibitionthey ago thought they had to go to the big BLACK-DRAUGHT

!t. keep the gas from eticuping.STARTLING 781 established on May 23.Fordaon firm hand over them. o smuggled in Chinese at from city to get. Young folks of today
It would be a fine thing for many $300 to $1000 each, but they have
' ?! 9 : Tractor production for the have pleasures and opportunities and I decided
I' t families if more part-time jobs couldbe Chinese. Every- to try ft, far, n I
stopped smuggling
\ : FORD PRODUCTIONTwo week was 2, 698. manyfold- greater than those which say. I had tried others for two

w., h .... i| The Lincoln divVion of the Ford arranged which women could take thing else has given way before the were presented to the young folks of or more year without any Im
i up for perhaps half of a normal work- great American demand for booze. I provement In my health. I
. : new production records were Motor Company produced 174. cars for yesterday. In the "little burg" todayare found soon
ing day, while their children were in to Eu- the Black-Draught was
It is said that a man can go
established by the Ford Motor Company the week ending Tuesday. all the things that would have acting on my liver and
'of t;, during the week ending Tuesday 1 Ford Motor No. 7,777,777 was turned school thus earning a considerablesum orse, a1 small town near Detroit, recognized made contented the young folks of the terrible pain.

,, June 12 The Ford yet; being absent only part of as the headquarters for "In two or three weeks I
! n announ- out at the Ford Motor Company on yesterday.The .
.. the time from their homes. Modern smuggling, place his order, and in a found I could go back to eating.
ces. June 8th and shipped on that date to household conveniences have reducedthe booze will be de- girl or boy today who hasn'tan I only weighed 123. Now I
of hours the
II} i The total domestic output for the Los Angeles Branch of the company. couple automobile in the family feels that weigh 147-eat anything want
tolls of housework to some extent'and livered to him, direct from Canada.In to.and
I by
t' ':>, week was 10,310 Ford cars and trucks Providence has been very unkind, to taking*Buck-Draught
are thus promoting the tendency I do act suffer.
is willing to
Habitual Constipation Cured fact the smuggler
783 than the last mark him. In
; more high days not so very long ago Have
la 14 to 31 Days married women to take his you tried Thedford's
among up let the customer own shopping
that ending May 29th with its total the two-horse rig that could be driven Black-Draught If do
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN1 is a specially. outside tasks.-Gainesville News. In Canada and then will bring the not. so
{Zt of 39,563. prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitus.: with one hand was thought quite sufficient today.

J' : Daily production went to a new Constipation. It relieves promptly but purchaser and cargo across the border for a Sunday afternoon's plea Over 8 m7Mon! package sold,

tt r:; high figure Tuesday when the Ford should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day POOR MULEA at $3 a case for whiskey and $2a sure. We didn't get quite so far alongon a i rear. At dealer
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and for beer.
assembly plants turned! out 6,788 cars case the road but the time didn't dragon / '
R-gulates. Very Pleasant 'to Takj. Bile cart containing several negro
: and trucks, beating the record of 6- IX* bottle. field hands was being drawn by a WOODLAWNMr. our hands and the road seemed

mule The driver .- -- .
says an exchange. --
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--I was endeavoring to induce the muleto and :Mrs. T. B. Browning and HAROLD.HUME Wm.SIMMONS D. A.MORR1SONJr.

GENERAL INSURANCE increase its speed, when suddenly. sons Lee and 'Henry of Plant City PrMidral Vic.Pmid.at 5,.. .A Tr....

I the animal let fly Its heels and dealt the week end here with rela
Best Fertilizers Insecticides *
; INMAN & RITCH him a kick on the head he was stretch- Sprayers Poultry

'r de on the ground in a twinkling. tives.Misses Lois and Gladys Norman Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

} I FIRE. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE: "la he hurt?" asked a stranger r Prompt Shipment

anxiously, of an old negro, who jump. ed from the conveyance and was _
in E.
;, [Located building of A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14 Ark
n.iahbor-He knows
standing over the prostrate driver your
Hour Every Day. Colds Cause.
ana Influenza
"No boss" was the reply; ""da mule "Get Uu price lift b.lor.lbuyias"| ;
STARKE FLORIDA walk kind o'tendah fora
fJ' "11M. Then.. only on *3!...w* QuIDIc4. will probably E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co,
} / B. W.GLOVE'S: m_"..,,.....a bo* Kiu: day or two but he haint hurt." Jatllio.y e, Ha,
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JULY 6. 1923.
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:MAN IS FOUND TteT.-Wirn depeiffirhl t --... : ':':'':''' ;;;;; .
oTTTTeTTTTnmen ; 10' nmn I tnrry: UioutiLt i : iimt was l'1ut belt Ttf fouroiJ.: out two glasses: of Cldci of the company, great lIiI it is. : i

to America FirstClassVitl him are for upon women. !She! bore with policy. !Ii>\Mni-r there was a little and tin. twu men (nt down at tIll tattle The high production which has 1 been

Mother in Steerage realized what year At last, when we" !1 Job lie meant to pull' off nrstt. Will ant! dlppiHl I h(>m. in effect the last few months, however -- .
we inennt to each
u-anest man in the world" has resolved to elope together. the proceeds lie thought he could PIITt'Ibo,1 certaInly; invented a permittela)' to show 1Itllin of: I:1:1r8' General
tackle his trade, with Its dollars process of vuNimlzlnn rubber at on*
seven .
lid Uf i is a Spaniard of con- "She left him. and we went to ('1111. 41,243 retail deliveries over the corresponding
a day with lourUi the Mnrtlu udmlttedllui
a lighter heart. cxpoime. i
means, who came to this! fornln. We were very Imppy- together month last )year, and i It InsuranceAND : t
There were MHIU. new apartment <. "Hut\ d-n It, 1'lIkl>ft. he shouted
for a month two months- marks the fourteenth consecutive
a ftrst. lass cabin of a big rorhaps \ "
in three. houses put op' iiiton|, n. and Larry, "I ti-ll YI)1I I vim ronfront you
\shile bin mother was rIding with tin- who lint'tucd the month in which sales have tone above
"X ow It III a singular! fart friend. prowling by, hail seen one on the mnn process 13
II the hold. that human my ground floor, apparently empty for this for tin-, lu my own works 1" 100,000.
; are teach <>
in nt ihu port of New York,, other, not In accordance necessary with summer. There uere two big windows I'l kulT >IHI\ good at culled him a liar,, May deliveries bring! the total of ,

d his:! mother, leaving: her ill the nppcnl that they make to each to the Ulnluu-rooro, and! through and "1111'1 m, a powerful tnuu, lanpud Ford sales in this country up to 7'32- I Real Estate .

i them he hud seen what looked! Uke to his fi-i-t In fury live'' j .
">Ii the immigration. authority other, but strictly according' to the 850 cars and trucks for the

,t lillis:: Island. amount that thov associate. together silver left out un tile buffet. "I'llkuff. 1C you weren't the ''fen. months from January 1, to Junul nt I ,. ,..

This first A little haul \lllie this wouldn't (come ened Ilitu- rnt you are I'd] break :
irnorities arranged! that the man and this woman had l increase of 322,005; over tho same <
the amiss, and Larry th.night the Job was cry buntlj\ your body for that I" hi r
I'. uld be sent back to Spain,, by mere filet of living In the sump an Ideal fthouted. months a jt-ar ago, and presenting u PEEK & BURNS .

The of im- house for a few years formed an Inalienable I one. roconl-brt'uKins Mali's figure. .
quota ;
our.try. bond that I was unable to In the/ first place It wns on the "Sit d l.m\ a," mild 1'llkotT. with an I ,,

from that country had been brook." I ground floor, then. It wui on the out. evil grin "How much are you pro- t'nder the constantly growing de.mam ,

there was nothing' do but "I can understand. that," said the Ids of tho look, and opposite\ wen imred tu puyr* ], Ford! sales for the prrwnt years'ihi "Not tmt big for mini 11 bUMJnemi j ,

i r on the next steamer. othpr man. "00 on." some vacnnt lota. On a dark night,, "Not n c-put," nnswcreil Mnrtln. \pass the! million mark in Jul.lljrure .\ a ( nor lint Ml1Iull for big biislnci r.| ei

l was another son, a puor) "\Ve loved. each! other we were 'nil with the putrolnmn half a mile away; "Thi-n > ,,u wcm't live the night out." which would already havo been ,4

king in Elizabeth, N. J., re- In all to each other hut that inhtle It would be the easiest thing he hadI "UhV": >.tiiiiiniort-d! Mnrtlu. attained had it been possible for tin lour HiiHiticHH is i'ordially So I if

"rd( from friends in Spain bond between them wns a barrier between I ever tackled. "Tliu ililt-r tlint you buyS just dnmk Cllflhltflto hiring, production\ uptu R lid It'd.

anther had gone to America, : un. At last we recognized, the nut terminally the scheme developed. contnlni-il n deadly poison. It kill In the order. ; .
lne"lInbll'Vp resolved to part." Why not make a clenn daylight sweep about two hours., No. you'll be dead .
,if promise. Ollii-c with
C. (L. 1'ei-k &
"Yet" with a furniture van and s-ell the lot before you cun rt-nch the \tllnge. The .9

nond son, head of a family, "Ye. So' ( we "separated mint,! WI'knew to Flnkelbaum. who had a storage minute yon nio\t about It start to Knew It of \ <>re ( ,

il I $315;; from his earnings. that we should, never nee each warehouse downtown Larry estimated rlrculatp. Hotter sit, still," The young lady palmist at the bin : Tvlephoiie 83riS.iu. 1 : '

.cuted. his mother at Ellis other again. There was nothing else that It ought to be worth a Martin's jaw dropped ; the financier church bazaar said to.one of her girl

interested the League of to do, but of course that finished 1 1mp. I, thousand dollars to him.I stared nt tIm,' other. lie knew Pllkott el llonts: ( ;..Jl'Jl:1mmmwmWWCQCl1mmWWljltlIIlIIDI.1UlI) :

-. of Elizabeth, in her cnsu. Life hnd no more meaning for I He went twice to the apartment for a di-Nperiitc 11I11 n. "I svt by your hand 1 you uro going/ .

Iety got busy, with the rti me. I run through whnt little. monev house, and rung the bell, but each "lIo" "\l'r. tlieri'1 un antidote. Martin to be. married."Wonderful witBni1 It'lmi" '" Unu"or'1 lloum', .

I' the old mother will stay in I had left drifted herp-nnil here you; time there was no response. The ," I'llkniT rt-siiuu-d. "A sure cure. .. p
i $
ioulli I Hair nf ,
tne of South-
sum T
see me, without far, and without re family must be determined I'u taken Into the Get firl."Yon
i and KO to live with then ; nwny. Larry It must systtMii. camel giwrtw iif Nonhoiut IJ.mrlcr., ; alit '
try gret. The past Is simply n closed to wait no longer./ He entered .your chi-i-te luiok und write me a check are i-nKraKed to j man numid strIp, of, iRml. Ihlrlv wt wl, ...,"",. Ih. ,W7vil.l
and his little family. I of Houlh. llnlf of .
SmaiuHut Duiu-Utr of
book that's nil." Iinto I negotiations with Flnkelbaum. for fifty thouHiind.. I'll give ;you Wilkins, continued the amateur si-i-r. Moiilh. "...it Junrlnr ot Nmtlmut lju.irlrr.I All||

"Pld, she go hnck! to her tiiiHhand, who sent a motor-tnick for a clean-out. enough to hold \...u till\ tomorrow. "How amazinu:," gasped, (thu gIrl,, Iwlnn,, In fknilon 'TmntyHiU; J6)!). Towrahlp '

.. '.+4 "lie had ,11..np'1 i <>nrf'rl. She wanted! I Accordingly; one bright morning \Then I'll 1111111 tIme i-herk to my bank "surely the lines on my hand 1 cnmiutrevenl \ Hv ((6) South, HUHKO w- Twltiilv.l JK '|'KKSON, > (Ht'l)! bimu .

roO "A: It hd.;: ; to j get: him to take her, hiicU. .111"t| to Larry appeared' on the scene with his and then I'll give! you the rent, enough the riimu-" A. 8. CIIEW Shnrllf,; Jlr..dro.'d| CoiiI.y Flarliln.Atlornvy 1

lIve under the same roof with her. !Shi-' friend Skinner and having rung the to coiupli-lo' \ the i-nro." "Lines HiiilVi-d the I'l1lnli8t.Vhl? ) i tat 1'hihitHr. T-H.lt-! -HNOTICB

to Them felt that essential! 'need! of his presence. bell and ascertained that no one was "Wluii If I refu."You' ...-?/" "

I And she wanted, to atone. Hut at home, he and Skinner proceeded to II he n 11 'lId mnn In two hours' I mud anything about linen ? You are !\ OK FINAL I'I"CII"HI ,

wennntf the vilikf I returned. to Mr. NotIce .IH lii-raliy ...lv.. to
n nil uh.un
she couldn't mid him. time :Mnrtln, but It !Isin't a painful it mnr'
"cURTIs"LAN remove the, contents, of the apartment. ,
MYRA E rmicnril Ihnt un lli. 01 h lay of AuutKt A.
By. .....>....>. "... >*> '!. .." >. >......IOS "Where' did they come from??"" i Larry's mouth watered as he looked denth. Tin- dix-ttn's won't find any \v il k his three weeks ago." \lu f.\\I. I nliHll mu>ly to the Hunornhlo Ii. ,\. 0 '1
I. "A little plnco called Cnshel, In at tem. Herd silver If Larry knew truce of the i,ol* 923. Weatorn Nawapapor UnionPIMlI.K .) my llnHl illKflmrii. lu ndnilnl'.t..trU of the
O'Menra county. Why ,hut's thO'I I I, silver from llv,>r.plntft I The furniture Ob, I'm sufe 'I1I1Ul\h.> And uf course, IVrfectly riuin Mint of :.:,111'Cu' brili|' 'li-h, .|i'ceuseI| i ant lint "
grow friendly In the Old I matter with yon?" nil too of I sluill still carry through my suit- nt I I.i ..mmtint.. .. I will prsvi: ,:( my llnnl; no.munu I
was new, none .
i : your M .lminl..I..lx, of ...1.1 I .
"'elute. nl
s, hotel It is un enormous The, other laughed." "'h'? OIl, Installment stuff. They stripped the : und win" .\ young! tencher in n rural schnol" nub fur their sm.i'r."nI.,

pll' lilt for the workless and the nothIng! I-I've lust t thought! of place to the bare floor and the wall "You i'uw iinlly murderer I" in the Tennessee mountain was much Mti-il> Juno ft, IU.U.t .MRS. MAl '4

ver i pol'<> You can get a bed In a something thnt's nil. Where Is this the neighbors looking out behind their l'UktltlII1..tl\ lint? bowed ironically in earnest iibout his work. One ont ,.,.....,.? AJnunlntrnlrlM.NOTKK tlRYAN. I

> .. twenty-five cents a night, nnd this tack occasion smntl -'- "-"
ce woman rtaIM.Y I 111m "lily gottlni! my own hearing u boy say : "

Bit > >. ''or Incredibly small suiim.Strn "Oh Mhp'Ilt buck to Oiishel., !She': Martin" "I hnin't1wlnt! thar the teacher OK ELECTION
dollars? Flnkelbmim / ,
A thousand Ihu
lly pow..r VMI.II I in Ihnm' by tIle lw,,
g'i ?men frequent the Old State. hal, an Idea that some dnv htr hns.hand ought to come across with fifteen Martin put his IKMU! In hut hitnds said: ..r Iut":o 'rU of ,al.Iua itulmctlon ::mf ii r

KsI'ssiors;> Inventors dow u.nnd., 1 might: ,'"IUI'II I there. Wluit'syour, and briuiili-d., silently for a minute or I llrnilfonl, county, hi-nihy. anile .Ixollotm' lo k.
hundred Larry thought; ns the ponderous "I am not going there, you art not hi-lil onii In tint. llnmkrr ." ...,,101| | In, school
cn c-n l temporarily stranded Jostle hurry?" to Ho two. Tlu-u I.l'. riilHt-d It. "1'1do\ It," dl.trl.1 '....llIn. In rino Kill m...wlul u< Kihool'
van befr/ .n move away !going; theru, ho 'is" not going! there, we ,11.110'1. In iM.rmlmt wh.lh.r
I'm ) or nut tlmlr
? I'm In no hurrv. .
'tlier.I smmll.l'Ukm.It
"Hurry he
ta had the to two thousnnd .11,1,,,'let. nlinll
lia ,
run price
tip not going there they not ) ooluoldlnUd. to .I..t thraa
ore\ (
I men In early middle age, fell lust !unlng! out to see what sort of a by the time they reached! the ware.house drtnv II revolver from his arc gming I lriMlvi.ii nilU lo dvti-rnunx Iii,, liiniiiint, of mil.)

im. "unverHntlon In the huge read- night! >t Is, thnt's nil.! downtown. porkl-t and covrri'd him. "No trIcks," there ]Do you understand, 7""Shore uiwo h..hlI"rurdllY.I". I 10" Mnel'uPclI. "i'ils ol""lIun shell b. '
July 1. 11127.f :I.
leg\ mil mucking room. 1.othel'e: I Flnkelhnum to thirteen lie en Id simitili'ntiily.Murlln I I ," replied! the buy,, "I tlU .' W. KICI Larry ran op -
ihu .'- derelicts both were pilucnted, Not Seeking' Trouble. hnndred and after paying Skinner I i lii-inii.'lit' his cheek book from thur ain't nobody gwinel" .II. n.S.ruliiry waoMa., :_ "'I4t1.__ Ch"l.onn..

h'' "ii'-veyed life with a certain grim The wnmnn picked np thp little thousand ant down to brenthe. his dt-xk uml ttNik I nut Ms fountain pen. _- -
:i I. II'! detachment.n white, fluffy doe mind' begun tnlklnubiihv lie was done with crime thencefop.ward. "I 1.111Iru..t. you in I lt tim tintldote?" Frugality lit E'tI: rehire To tIm PKTI1HIN llor.nl: .'of I'uhllo FUlL Kl Inmrurtlun.'M: TION of Bra.l- %

'J,: s. I suppose they'd call no." talk to It. holding, It agaInst. bet- i ,!. And he liegnn thinking" tenderly : he uski'l."AlmiiliitLly.. A Scotchman was Bitting by thu fool, County Mnrldn.Nv s.
; "Ink In on" You sou"-I'llkolT lIme uinlimlunxil. CD '. iiof them. "Downandouti.Di cheek and generally: :: 0"1'1'I I of Mary and the kim,!. (lce what H-dsUlo. of his dying wife. On) the tl-, Dronli.r uml I'ln., 11 *iih Hithoul illntrlnli. I ?
know my friend, the morn I the creature. grliiiu-il-"I may have' unolhor, Invention hi-rvhy .livtllliin, I, ,, I I.,",. ll. llunril 10 -
fellow kid must be .
the getting
a big ilo at the head of the boil !stood! a .
JIBSK ''iniiigli i] life the more I come to Turner, notching, gnve n grunt of I to sell, you latt-r on." lirant im nn .I"n ..I..ml" wl.lh.. ornut 4,
He was feeling In fine fettle. He lIj'htetiInlIe.. Ha sat in silence for ocr illMlrluu' dhnll I. ooinolfilntvO to ulvcttlirnn I -
rita rtlmt Mt'i)\\ Ie'l und' wrote out a lrimti, inml il,
tin n luHlon thut men and women .1IfOltu l. In touch with !Sue.; > ''rniln. II.. ,uinciunt ufinillnitu '
arc "ti' IIYS the victims of clrcuui- "Don't you hate to m>e n womiin got check for llfty thousand... I'llknlT took, Home time, until nt length, the d, r- lo bo iuiiii UnMihnriI' MliHlwnvil I

it ,,s, making n' fool out of 'herself over n "Sure I'll Ox things.with Mary, Sue It. "It look all rliclit. :Martin," hoBnld. n-11 rung. r"m. M. 'II. \100'1|:

> i wouldn't, cundcuiii dug, / ?" he domnndPil. of the than ,'stnnd- answered' "She wns !sayIng! to me "If I >'ou liiivo I jilujed' nna rIck "Koso," lu Htiid, "I've got to go und (I. II.A. (WEEKS.. .
only yesterday she's going! to move I
N'I ,-r." lair near by. -oh, I'll gut ymi. I'll strIke without answer, the bull. U'yv hear, me ?" V. W. l'INII'.8TEI1.' Jll
I ,lr, the mnn nereeil! rca.1II'. Into the new place on Saturday. warning: nest time." lie put llu check ('. \ ,
'I'' him,* to take the Imnprsonnl "Yes. I Say I" Sue reflected, "I was to jro to The poor wifo noddud! feebly. I.. MO HI)" .

poi nf view on all oc'n lol1..." "nub I'' Turner ext'ii Inn''I. "I nmeisnw 1' i In his piH'kct. "I'll be gone but u few Minutes," II. I'. (lAINKV I : .
the 'movies' with her tonight. Why t ). !.EiVIS
"I l Is eh? nnvllilng .unite so ,disgusting.Wouldn't "Thu antidote, Hiiid, Marl In I Impa : ,
lifiMiidwhoso ox gored, M.e .
'' don't you come along and surprise he snlil, rising< "but In .tho meantime, 1. WAnIi: I
like to give thnt womnn tiently."llulf. M I'. ; I
"sten to me nnd see. you
her?" I'I illOtY pwrcct- It ye feel yerm-lf iilip('lng, blow out JNO. HIIKIVI'.K. 'h
''menrs I wns happily marriiH n niece nf vonr' ",1",1-11'11! her n few. I hum nnll .
ego J 1.. 8IIKIVr.ll.
I luul a wife whom I supposed) things; ?" he I ilenvindi'd.The Larry spruced, up met Sue outside ed taking II powder fro III hN pocket the rutulle. l I'. W. \7KN..

.i. ill-voted. AliHolutely devoted to tnnn smiled. rather wnnlr."Vo. the picture palace nt eight./ With her and pullIng/ It Into ;\!all'UII':1011.... (1.A. M.A. HA7ICN.UK VI I .

rnVe, were a very hnppy couple : I "tun't Know ns 1 would.," h.. .in- was Mary-hln lout wife, his love "The rest tomol'row--lIft.l' that cheek Sonu-thing Like 'UnitA H. V. ANI"WS.I.": i.i:,,

li ''ie "plnlmi' of all who knew us.w wered. "V "," ",,1'. she's my \\'Ifp.- whom he hal regained., has been depimlti-d. In my hank unit P- I physlcl.-in's, little tia'ughtur' ( was J.I I.. l K). IIAINhY.. .

I With n little, ,'h..ldnlcry. \ :Mary ran drawn out by m<-." From i-ln. I Itlll I
\',< \\.I'e. In n way. Only-well. Knnsns CIty !Star.Larry's. I I.t' lI"k..J) by a visitor to King. :
Into his ormM.n.1. they spent a supremely Martin KUlpil; dire n the draught. K H. liHEEN..
shvent off with another man. That 'I "You ilo very nicely, she I'oniment MRS. K I J. I .SON, 9
I happy two hours at the In the inoriilng1 I'llkoff tramped off
U. .1. U. GlUtEN;
tihed me. Thnt made me what "I. 'I' .-................................................-.. "movies" watchIng n thrilling melodrirtnn to the vIllage; amid! postiit the I letter to ed. "I suppose when you grow up \. I. Ht'KllhNcY, \ ,
In I had nothing more to live for. I tut. ?" I,. ClIIRKN,
+ you'll n great -
of crime. hnnli. I He returned to flnd Martin Hoprnno \V .
?" the II. R.
'r. -i I", wouldn't< take her bnck 'C.AL1oRl
Big "\Vhy, no, answered the child. 'I. : ) 9. 8-IH-4t-7.
I him. 'IOM
what's the mutter with nwnlllng
"Of I would If I knew where "Say Mary, gloomily
lonrse __ __
.hi. ui und If obe wanted to come. I< 'Mistake 1 you: nnd,! me (going Htrulght t<> th> new "'!'h,' rout "f t tho antidote.I, am going to be a great bellu ""'11111. OIIIIKK FOR u |-1'liriCATKINIn j ,

1 of "Thin Hftprnoon. That rhni-k will --- 4' I
It i ml rates what I was saying about .. .. .... apnrtment and, havIng II sort honeymoon -- I ('lrslt (,"r' SI ole tf Florlihi Eluhll
till Saturday" asked, Larry. arrive nhmit'' four., Then I'll (give you NOTICKThi : Juillcliil CI"ull. IIrtoM.r.1 Coiinly, 'In
the .niiiei-Monal,, point of'h>w. nut :: By AUSTIN FLEET Tiiwn Counall of the Town ,,,f "Stark. rury.Hlnliuh..

lh wouldn't' come. No, sir, there wits ... .- -.. .".' .... .- .. ...... w> np'lI take cnriof the kid-won't the rest. Time i-nouuh. I-'eel nil right Klollilit, ( III, in.I nt th. Clly (full In 'Ihuilrrh'a .lonlnil, I ..'il j (
niriiti Monihiy, July : :
don't "0111""ra.tln.lt1'untp'J ::1:1. IOM. nt itiHiaril CoinplHl, unlit.,
? ,
I srrt i>f flnallty nbnnt her Action ; It u U. 1923. Wotirn .ewapaps r Union) yoTT, Sue m tit ('.|''nll..*... -fur Ih. tiiinii of himr I 4 .
wit* -no calculuted.l Sue wns p rMllnll'd. and they; left ) niorom-ly. Tim two INK cmnpliilnla, onil. "rr ilvlnir ti-ntlmitny ... to I: R. J.r.h g.,,(. \.
otherm iii:: ; Larry lapsed Into crime the picture house. Mnry wanted, to nil'" loll fimi" nliont.llio l cnmiw At four mi..* "Whnt would, you tin to the W th. .luv of propi-rty r "il or pitmonnl .irIhi. ,
told! him with tho rest of v any It. nppi>nrlnir )hy nlfliliivlt ai ppn Site I'llkolT .'
I left him. o'clock ciimi .
>'f vou found 1 .him?" Mary take a'car."Nothing. up :' ynr ItlJ.-l.: MuHlnHt, tho owni.ro n,' yKitntanf nlml In the, Hhnv.. Hinlml, cpus, that B. K.Jonliin. 't ''i
,1' -' Whntcm uliu wus tlifouyU wiUi thut l\l urt oftrilng. doing" "mild, Larry, with tin- iiowtli-r. Martin drunk It down Htii-b pr',11514y. th. .1.r..I.ol thir..ln nnmu'1. U arMldi'nt ,
Nothing of course.'
of I .n,1 l
''np do, ? lip was as much the Ue'U learned u trade! In the a wave-of the hlln!l. "1 guess a tntl's /jtr"','.1II.V. .\ I Clinlmmn' of Moaril. htmnolf th.no thnt.tn.r! I'r...II..rl" h. p.rv ooncunlH

.li' myself. I pen su why not exercise It honestly none too good. for you." "You're sure It will complete the C'. A. rllTCIf ..il upon hIm nnil I In over the UK. of tw.ntyon. p. .
"u of circumstances as t'I".k. 7.8.lt.1-l0: : ,
yuan* It I. th.rvfor ..h.r.il. Ihiit nanlmhltnt !
WMi\ in?, Things just linppeneil thnt Furthermore, she gave him u Uptown the taxi Mlwd.hllorh.,1 In euro? ---- .f.n might to uiitko up hi* mind whether, he'd run each other they. wV-ro unconnclous, or "Mmoliitely, my ilnnr fl'lIw." ('II. SllTICK' I>F RKI.HTRATIONThoi : nppviir, .to the hill of eiimplnfnt nlml 'llIlr.r 1..1 l 3'
18thot's nil. Any one of us \ ri-irlrttrntlon' bonda of tic. town nt hi.fnm Munilny, III. lulL), ilny I
ruts' on' or ,
ba in that fellowss shoes." straight with her or crooked with direction until, It Htopped.' ,! Larry7 /got ItalY "", lIpll. "Voue, It'ij perfectly Slarkv, lorlilri... will liu "|"'n at Ih. ,,"10'0 of July, A. It. I 192.!: olh.rwlH. the nll..uull..n. off'f f.nhl 4

"be out her. paid,! the driver and! nearly hiiriiileH1 Tlii-rt1 never wan unypoison. rlnrk Hi thi City llnll I I In,, th. town. ofKuirlie l hill will I... luke n. eonfuMoil by ..1.! 1
Tw other nut
inking! said the from, July 11 to AuKiwt I II.I tutu: trI
cause 'uf something that happened with Now; came word through her friend Inted.! They were outsIde thebuirgle thi I > ruirlitt rut loll of vli-clonl.. .h""n.hli.It In further onlrrml' thut Iii onli-r b. pub p I
know !her old :M-irtln\ threw back his head nnlInmI1t'I. ('. A. FUTCII. liiihril one* A wpiU for four tiuniioaiitlv. weeks
Be T played the role of the other Sue. "lee.! Larry, you apartment. lUul-l. i.fit Ion Oltlc.r for the Town nf Htiirko.Klrl.lii. I lit* ltrnnl' CtMinly rli uriiph., m ll.wpupir .. p
Inst month He's left her "What's the matter. Larry? naked. 7.< 1-7-1a: ,
-rnnti fete was Ii splendid<1 woninn tied milD died' ") county nml ntnl. s ,.7
and, she's flied: the "It: I.. funny_ isn't It !I" wild. IMlkoff. Thl. .j., IhiJI.Irua.
up tenlrly."II
'<' who failed, utterly toP four thousand Mnry 4 ill
Uf' a man Martin. MITK OF SAP F. OP 110,11(1(10'( ( Mix' PER. <}. W. Ctp
II "mate her. She bad loved him swcllest little apartment for you' and forgot somethIng muttered "A -renm, ace CKNT" IIOMlrlltwriby : ("",'01) ('Iurk AJ'PI'UI..,
furniture ana which( -which wns!' our I've (lr"n'l bankrupt nnd! your check notloi* la irlvon that thu lliMril; nf Dy Court
Binloved" wns the kid.1o'lne, classy Larry. "Siiy ; KNKJHT.llvputy
him still but there I'tihHc I Inntmotlon for tli.I miunty of llrail.fnnl. a
not .IIB' of the finer side of life the rail silver. I tell you, din's! done It In npnltment" him gone tl.-tl, nnii-lnl reci-lver.( Ml".t. ,,,I Klorlilii. will. ro..ilv. nwlpilhlib E. M. ) Clorl. ,
of $In nlill.( .," of "ItAnilM Slur
It's I fur thu piirrhfiNti HnholUir HI.1BI71.1NOTICR $
atiotit hi' "Oh. a
that girl. He wise, Larry ; can :Mary looked l' c"mlIIJnanl
P'ntuul essence of It. gtjle, "f I hi. county' of llraitroiil. HtnUi of lorliln.
"'1" ,. wst It wns he !loved i I, the gumu uml uu hack to her." block further nlong the street" she Originality. up .. ami! In I'.nH' '' Ath ilay of Ainriiftt" .
of that : : : :
!: ,
\ 1 1. 1121 I Hul.I mrs to l I.. ilnl 1 il July It.In
nnswered "fifth floor tip. The stupidmnn If I could glee an account of nil I.- 11,2): anil a... tn tm In il.nominiitlon, of oititIhonHiiit CircuIt Court. Klirhth: Ju.llclul CI..llt.
mnde) n rnl llItlp.1'11 nren't feeling that I owe to treat predecl-Hsurs. nnd I ilollHra mimeS, anil' to Iwailnt..n*.itfrnm HiuilT'inl County., Flurlila. In Chnnc.ry.; ff
JIm 'lh.ili>. hi.lnii 'Julie! hy K. II.Th..J. .
of alx ri-ntnm
"' ilnt it thff rto' pur iiornnnum I
NOTICE lck. ,Inrllnar? nteinporarle, I there wnulil,! be but urml-annilally, on January I h'. hr hiwImiMl. anil n.Htfrlwiiil.
,a-'crlt.'I landi" will b, sold at public\ auction whoopnd' Lnrry. ; J'c r".bi:1 with I lnt >,riiilci I ., comtilalnnnU.W .
I la hereby thnt the following' .I of mid mnnth. lufonthi- "Xo. fine n small hnlnnr-e' In my favor tut anil 1 of iSMiwyvar. I I
HIST \ 'Yorn AUGUST. 19J'I. it h.'lnw th Kth iliiy ,.n. Htlnchifil.. Th. ffvnelpal .nd tnmro.lv vs
D .. >iip
of Flnrlils. or 10 much tln-nnr In point of fiict we are nil collectivehetigs HylvMtrr Kanil.rann. J. K.CitmptH.il .
ua Door at SUrVm. In Bradford (oun ly, StiltS with th. .. alil bonibi. mrs ,*y"hl. at th. banhtnuhoufld I
"...u,..ary to pay th.. amount du. for tOWS it ophte C. A.tho rU'lCH.name, toiri-thiir'm.< Colli-mor. Could Bo Dispensed With. mb I"'h, t wo may ; for how rltv ami of utat.the llHiyivrr of N.w York.Nutlonal: Itnnk of the I .'''., ,ilnfcmlnMa..nl' ,Unknown p.. j ,

ich tinl. and adv.rtlainff. Tn.. Tommy was m-nt to the .store to get Iltt!" have we and urn we, thnt we Th. amount nf birmla olf...... for Hal. I Is 11111 to rvmuv.. olouil, quiet title and other $$1

.. L..ta of fish The fish con strictly, rail our own property? 'forty thouuanil. dnllani ami two of .nlil 'hnml nllef.
Owp.ritik nnd n half! h. To all In whom It .
n..rtplon II... T. R. a pound nr.' linn anil payahl., on th. flmt icy of July may .ooen O..Un.I
by the cleric was found? to AVe must nil rpcu'lvinn'i lenrti both "f <**uih anil mer, y... for thi* list. eleven It by !),. sworn bill torn
4.1 L T Co'a pub _.__ __ 2.11 ryelirhed plaint, "V, that art knowui
J..Uwo. II"Uor -- u. those who wer hefnro us and iHiclnnlnawith tha y mr 1112$. anil! .n.' .r".rln. .. 'ho.
,F.' 0' NE __--________25 8 U Mr.I, V.unicu E Olnors _n_'_ oa.ln wet eh a little more than a pound and from inc wura with the. y.ar "Illtl, anil! <-raft.r (brie opined h ." to is Inl0rmt.il' Irt4ti. :ijf
mkp. sl.t ______________28 8 22 Ro.. Cox ------------------7.2.1 hnlf. from those who are with lie Even the if sill l t"nd. shall hr ilu.* anil. payahl. on I nroptrty thnln ih.orllH-il. whoHu plan ofrvwlilvnii.
.: T. Co'a pub dlvn2S 8 2J J t. Canova __ a greatest ,genius, would nor /KO fur If the flrac ilay of Jul/-" of Mich anil ...." yrartintij I I. unknown, and complainants al. ,
town -----29 6 22 "Will that be alt right asked the .11 of aatil bonila h... been ".101. PIlls I.".. th.rrin that they ilw! nut know, anil a.f 4
:.01 of p in jiw--Cor; of F: W Driuteorl E.I ____00____ l.n8 Jii willed tn draw everything( out nf will IMo unipUnl. up to two o'nliM-k I'. M. nn icr (llllo..nt .,o.r.h coil In..lry. h.. not been 4
r .______._..___28 8 22 1'1.3- man. l Iiu l to .vrtaln If of U.. known.
SW'1 R M I Ello..on. ------- ------ his .wn laternnl "..If. Hut many very Ih. ixth ilay of A......&. A. D. IIKM. All hl.l-' any nam
I T co's pub die ---------4 8 2J -- S.49 "Well." came the reply "'It the mjulrMl to ilfpo.lt with ff. II. Wiir. |t raona Iwli.v.il IMI InUirMiUil In aalil
lucy j'nitulh ------------ tiers ar
15 I. T Cn' ."b l dlv2S 8 2J taIls "ff. My mother doenn't. use them Iniple-mlnrK-d nimi do not comprehend irlnM, aviiritlffry nt laid, bfMiril of puhlla InHtrurtfon i-rty, I. In .l.l.,. or ilHH.. anil thai th.:
;i. '! S'4: Jp 2 13 BIk Ufl 'Flo..nl. -.ymunlh _____u_ 61Ita HIt and they grope In ,dnrknens? a. af-rtlflml chock on on. of th. l anlta .r.olhor ... believed lo b. ''nwl. "
: I pIf --.:--_-_--._---_--2 6 U Con.nn _____>______ .M anyway." ; ; al'l Klorlila. for flv. per inhl "p.rty. other than th. n..d 1 ;
of Blk (' RI.lff"" ...lI25. 8 2J: Ellwrt)' I) Hloko -------------.-- ..81 for half a life with their dreams of c>n it* of h'If-eu'l': ::,: :: thflr hlil; aalil hr k l'fsnlanta ami! the namM and r.sIlcnr. of
,.f Ilk C RIringu. ,p'l.l ____2S 8 2J: ortgnalItl.-lm't.the.! to .h.. owl tmyabl lo H. II. Wiuwlna aa .<..- Rich p.rwinM afw ,unknown to the complain Ip
flu 48 L T Co' mbc Raymond JaoklOn_ .-..... LIZ ; ;: ..... ..,--- --- rrtary of hnaru of pulilin InatrurtUm for th. .nt.. .n.i In saIl Mil nll.f la pray.il aiialnaliiiuri j
_______________._____._28 6 \ 2J: Were FairlyMatched I county' of llrailfiml. HUil. of Klorlila. aa airunranM known namml. and n
Blk B2 1., T Co'. sub Edna J.on ______n____ 1.09 rT *. of full vunpllnn with th. bUI ''Ihi-nfor II ,. ord.rrd that n.lf.-o.a j
______.___. .___________28 6 2J "I sul.mittod.! anil ahall b. ...*,,.101."" 12',- ft EW b" Inll fl :MAY ItltlNCS; SAI.KS:: OP 17I..10S: 1 dMnnntrtw. In the *v.nt of LI,. axevptAno unilvr or throuiih, them or other of (them or ,
-, thrrwl.. and. all! unknown ,
boundpI E b" J F Rho.Ien.rm ....h bill and the failur., on the part nf pvraona claiming .
.. ... if
AI...... S b" floyt C It M..rka ------ .------- 1. 1 . . FOKDS the hiililcr. In ...mply with th. terms th.r..iof. iny interest In the property h.r.lnaft r .|_ I S
__-____.______________.28 II jl: L. Cr MORRIS SCHULTZ All hlililf-r.. shell apvrtrlfy the amount of icrllwd, or any p.r Iho..f. undnr W. Hylntlirw .
30 81 82 88- 84 83 88 -lu C H Msrks' ______-_______a- 1.t7f1' .. ._. b"nil< Mil for anil the tin. when th.* bliiiler 8amli>n>un. Camphnll. or sIllier p
"5 ad.1 _______________28 6 22: *- I. e- eee-.e.en. H will ."101.1" with h... bl... "f ibm. or otherwIse. and all pcraona know.
1 2 : i ('; ]. 1K2J Weetcro Newepaper Union. ) I'roduction! Only Limiting Factory lo Th. pall. SeerS. .f pitblltf Inntniiitlon r4 .- named or unknown claiminv' a .. P
W',, o"IL.r.'i: .,.",.. the rfwht III ..,,,et any and! all! h...... ,' u I,, h.ralna/l.r' dnerlhnl I'rup.ruy, or any
4 Blk 18 In L T -'. D I' PuIlum .___--_____ 21.51 1 1fa illS claim of yours In all non- 'DelivrrleH, KO fireat; is Demand L W. KICKLITF.K.' tarl thsr_,'. lylntf and brIng. In llradford SI ,
__ 2. 5 22 "T \tttft : Chairman. coUnty, 6t... of Fn.h''.. fli>.rltml follow. .
I of Dlki.j Cop H 0 pl.ord ._______.____ 8.\1\ SenSe, you L.IIUW. IMlkott .al ___29 8 0.2 "1 never, 1.1t : nf the Houthwvit Quarter of the
warmly of S.erotry.NtvlF
Jlartln ,
J Sales
----- Deroit Mich.: June 28.! '.
: .4
.t Blk t I. T &Co';. sub ..19 "' ". nf the Noraiil Quarl.r '
____________________U S 2:1: John Pirkif ------------ lnfrln"<..l your patent, I used the r'- Fonl. cars and trucks in the United : Of SHfKirr'S (Sth.ENotiOn of, thvtlon Twtntr-four 1241, 'fownnhlp rive 4 t
'.. Silt- 11 L T -' sub 11..1 In own laboratory o I.l h.Kbytv, that under and by J Ranu. Tw.nty-twu kut.
JI C Richard ------------ suits obtaIned our n $
_____ 28 II 22 States for the month of :May totaled171,30d virtue of that certain. .i.ution IMU-I! out*>f b h. ., tit the ial.1 I bill of complaint on
," N'4otBlk4tLT&Co's- : E E 8n.11 _______..__00__ 9... :Oow; you demand fifty thousand dollar accordingto report just Ihe Clr.ult Court of Bradford county.' Florida. >r th. meson.! day ut July. A. D. 191. j'
h .------2$ S 22 when I don't owe. you a crnC" a In a certain: I aua.<* wh.rwfn Adam llrinann laplalntilT b -' rule day of thla court or
SE Co, f--w-if- NW'of snui-il by the Ford Motor Company.The and J. fiatfvham; la defindens. I laid bill will,n' taken aa confeworl analflattnu
Martin had Invited Pllkoff up to hIe : ;; and .. ooi..r b. publuihetl in tn.Itradford .
NE'" .. run W 20upolnt than 5- beep lvlv l '' n ,and will aM\ to 11.. hlvnMt ,
of b.y th.n. II 245.me \ In Maln to IIINl"tJiIIf the matter.l'Ukol't May sales were more ind best bidilvr for .aflh. In front of tha rourshone. County Telrvraph. a weekly nawa.ferr
'e. N It E 100 tt .. ..\1 camp due I fitark.. Bra lfonl ... Flor, of mineral u InWlln.
US C.nova TownS --------- 500 greater than those of April, dony In < .nl" fftmdford :
for flarke.
8 Ii. 22 had befQ pentej-InK. him i Ida.. on Ma"""". Au.uat .. ItUI. th. aam. "b.* .nor.hr. -d"bl.h
I of BlkTi; Co's pub: '1// Alo" M.ntole _____..,____.__ IC.n weeks fuukliiK bin lIfe arable. Add.il to Increased output.Production I In/ a IViral anlim lay and :b.twwn the l ialhoura of the .scud the CircuIt" and also. the 0"1rl.1 ..
p :.s
2' jnilulng
8 5 of isle! th.' d.Mrlbi| reel
-- -- oa been the only Iftnit- ., .. of the well .. the T|.
.F-4: 01 i E.--bound.dEV1l to thin the Martin. company wall has .w. 010,1 o>

S.. II b" .1..... W b" the rock.. PUkvff didn't know that. Inc factor in the sales o/ Ford cars .May tal semi A. D. 1(31.. '01' II"* the 2nd day of $
.... 4,19
.treM. b" C_ Monden ---------- Piles Corea in 0 to 14 Dsy
Wm. O. W. ALDERMAN.ierk
J._ .. 28 S 2" "Let'M. have another glass flint tooften and trucks: sine January, for at all
-- '
I If PAD OIN7"tMT ." Court, Bradford County, Floe
"''" at NWj;;;: .WftW' "t 'Oro-lr'fuoii money! CI.uf
a the asperity of oar meeting, been in e Xces d. (
.. pun E 484 f. 8 418t..o "Wm. foudeo ... .---.-- 11.9 times orders on hand have u t p.-- o'uol 45PrirIS A. S C9.1
i 4U fto N 411 ft to .... .,. .25 8 2Z lURgected Pilkofjf.! "* of the manufacturing capacity 'R" Compialnan.
A 2. 18 It .... i: IU It '; G C 8..e ---------- 1.20'iiIt'I 11.11. ..9181.
..A.-\':. E Corof SE4' of $E..29 I 2% I.


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"\r. home at Louise Saturday.. WATERMILL: 1'ijniiiill' irrrrwn nT ten and went liei U. "I'un all Know me. MYTi.

,.. .' t I H. D. May and family, of Alachua I "' Into consultation with hU pxeoutlres. her, was 'sheriff, f qr a good many

\ county were guests of Mrs. May Watermill July .< Rev. Crusoy, of "What we wnnt Is new blood he ,years. He never!?'' done wrong. Nor

f, -. parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M! Hagan, Starke filled his appointment at De- mild n"f want you to keep your eyes me. rye took my oath to serve tile
rr 1 and on the promising youngsters and select !state eadIaserwhbr-.here, !"
Sunday.Mrs. dan Saturday Sunday.
Items them for promotion. Who91'do ":; Sheriff!!' The
IllY. leader
County R. L. Birt and daughter Evn- and children !: t
f' ( Mrs. J. F. Turner returned for Rlokmnty's piece, when he takes half-atep forward TnV old

i line, are guests of Mr. Birt's father, home last week after H visit Dalnel's 'place pointed! dend at his head map'spistol "on.

)' DUrlne--: W. P. Birt. with relatives and friends In the "There's that young chap Hep- well-I" ,He stepped hack am' at

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it'' Regular Correspondents.I to Zephyrhllls this week. Mr. Reba Brown was numbered' <>.. ..hi.? and-" he had been coverlnar ntnii "'.,f
(1 Henry has accepted a position> with sick fist last week.J. "Which Is he?" demanded Tolmnn. sheriff on the head felllns htn M

l I"" n. -rte the railroad there. I They were walking through the, office the ground.In .
!J\i!\ tlr )1''" I I n ,_ Company W. L. Pinholster Misses Virginia .
---- -- and nil heads were bent over their instant the, moh
The1 revival service which began at n n .hnd onrs LAWTEY I to the county jail in Starke.A the Christian church .June third clos- Colson and Cantey Oliver Clarissa work-nil except llepworth's. Hep- the old mono, tern the pistil) "n",

.---:. ( pound party was given Monday ed Sunday evening. This is said to I and, Laura Carter attended church at worth was thinking' of the girl In the his hand torn away his. keys and a i

Moore evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dedan Sunday. "L" and pollshng his nails. warming Into the Jnll. The cries if
Lawtey July. 6.-Mrs. J. II. have been the greatest revival held
last V. R. Reddish in honor of their guests Saturday evening pleasant party "That's the one," Bald Roger the few frightened; ,. prlnoners. In ., ,.
and Paul, left in town. The meeting
and Robert our
sons, was conducted -
r Loraie Hicks and D. J. looked nt Hepworth and cells romp to their enrs.
er few Misses Ethel and was given at the home of Mrs.\ Tolman
week by automobile to spend friends a in friend, of I'lant City. Forty-two were by Rev.; Quinton an evangelist / O. Green in ,honor of the 18th birthday sniffed, -nothing more. But Tolman'ssniff In a trice they had unlocked! t T\\
""i weeks with relatives and eveningwas of Chipleyl: He is' a well read was very expressive. and drunafHl out five trembling ern'nmen.
and a pleasant of their daughter Miss Rubye
Alabama and Tennes ee. Mrs. W. I. present very man, has a fine delivery and the'ability Hepworth went out to lunch. Ho Sheriff Hale 'was, sitting up 13

'Powell accompanied them to firming- spent to hold the attention of his con- Green. Music and games were enjoyed ate at a cheap lunch counter. CarryIng the ground wiping the blood from MS

tl ham Ala., where she will spend ten ItROOKERBrookcr gregation. Attendance was unusually by a, large crowd, after which they a bowl of milk and a plate of fare. The mob rnme surging mane

I days. good and much' interest was mani were invited into the dining room crackers, he caromed Into Ulgglns, him dragging Its captives with It

l tastefully decorated with cedar and above him, who "For the love of Bawd, men rm
to'the the man Immediately
fested. It treat other
Bennett and daughter was a
B. Colson
visitors toStarke Monday. July 6.-G. wasa denominations who enjoyed working magnolias.! Cake, pickles\ and chicken bad a piece of coconut pie In his hand. Jim Washington./ rm here for taking

Mildred were visitor to Hampton last Wednesday pilau was served. Miss Green received The pie slipped from the plate onto Ms' lister's algs. I ain't done nofh
with him. There were sixteen addi-
afternoon.E. tions t'olhe" church.; Several friends many beautiful and useful gifts. the floor, and was Instantly trodden Ing-"

Mrs. W. M. Redding returned to her S. Gainey and family, of Plant All reported a nice time. on. "Sliet up !I" They faced the sherlT!!
from Starke attended and worked in
F home in Sanford Monday after spend City spent part of last week here Misses Rhoda( and Reba Brown were "Confound you, Hepworth snarled "One of these men Is the mon we

ing about ten days here with her relatives. the meeting. shopping in Brooker Friday after- HiggIns. want Which Is. It "
I 1 mother Mrs. Louise Thornton. Rev. Quinton left Monday for his John apologized, and Hlgjrlns went "ni>ys, I ain't going to tell yon."
Mrs. Lee .Crosby and four children, noon. another of "See:I here now. Sheriff, unions yoj,
I L. II. Hill attended the county commissioners home Chipley, where he will begina _back and bought piece pie
M in, Starke Mon of Greenville. are here on a visit with tent! meeting in a few days. Casey Atkinson of Brooker wasa this time custard since they were out tell us' which one of these It was, we're
t I. meeting relatives. visitor here Sunday.J. of coconut. going to burn the five of them."
Rev. Daugherty of Starke will hold
I day.Mrs. Misses Cantey Oliver and Virginia M. Goodge-was a business visi- The afternoon paused drearily Illg- A chorus of terrified walls ,went tip
regular services next Sunday
and baby of morning *
Curley of Pine Hill vistors to tor to Lake City one day last week. gins was offenAlve and exasperating; from the squirming captives
i't Colson were
Green Cove Spring/ were guests on and evenlngi. the Christian and John wished he would die, so that "Shet: up!I" They turned to Hale!

'. Sunday of their parents Mr. and Mrs our town Saturday afternoon.Mrs. church. . . . he could get his job. Walking backto again. "I guess you know when yon'r

L; David Durban. R. A. Andrews and children Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Johnson had as the "L," John kicked a pieceof beat Sheriff"

,. r t f Misses Lena Frigo and Louise Post and Mrs. H. .C. Clemons of Winter their guests this week their daughter I The Chances He paper, rolled Into a all Into the gut "Wai., I guess I do."

4 of Jacksonville spent the-week-end Haven.. are here on a visit with rela- Mrs. E. E. Graham and granddaughter Had Taken ter, not knowing that It was a Ufty- "F! -wlilc up then. Which of them
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i here with relatives and friends. tives. Betsy Graham both of Wil- ............................ dollar bill. the It ain't none of them hove."
\ J. B. Rowe was transacting business I Sarah Kelly, of ,New River, has lington N. C. He sat on the stoop of boardinghouse -
JOHN Sheriff Hale "Th
By PALMER said triumphantly.

rb in Starke Thursday. I been here on a few days visit with Mrs. Josephine Sullivan Is visitingher -. . ............._-.... ..... Smith .and that declined night with a hint little that Miss he man that you want-why, he'.. halfway
j. I, Mrs. R. M. Tracy it spending a few I her sister Mrs. A. A. Hazen. sister, Mrs. Willie Sullivan, and .
i. (iB. lift, W..t rn Newspaper Union.> should toke>her out on Saturday. Nobody to FItchburg now, on the freight
with relatives in Mdcclenny.J. of New Mrs. of Waldo! "
+ days Reddish Andreu River, wasn Gysinger, took much notice of Miss Smith train.
that'fortune knocks three
v P. Wyrick arrived Here Sunday town Friday.L. Mrs. A., L. Sullivan and children THEY.say at the door of opportunity who was a good little thing, and simply Sheriff Hale was. clearly speaking

night from Alexandria Va., and will R. Gainey was a visitor to Jack who have been visiting .relatives and I SOT every man between the ages of pining for affection Miss Smith the truth. They looked( at each I other,

spend a few days at the home of Mr. sonville last week. friends here for several weeks returned twenty-five and forty, but some people was going to Inherit half a million bewildered

4 and Mrs. T. J. Terry. to their home. at Vero Tues- think she really knocks oftener than dollars from an unknown uncle, who "You-yotl fooled "1'1.' d-n you !I"

V. R. Reddish was transacting. business : Wilma Surrency, of LaCrosse was that only one doesn't hear her. 'III was going to die In Idaho the followIng "I guess I fooled you all right."
visiting Opal Uazen during the week day.Fred I replied the sheriff doggedly.
in Starke Saturday.and Mon- Dove who has been at Ze- .Let us follow a day of the life of month.
ran "I>-n you you ought/ to be lynched
not at the office next
Higgins was
'i I day. end.C. phyrhills for several weeks was a John Hepworth a year out of college, "
of the
yourself one men.
E. Crosby of Alachua was attending day. and John had to work overtimefor
ti p ? Miss Iris Epperson of Starke, was to business here Friday. ,business visitor here this week, John had a minor Job In the offices" a week. Higgins was 111. He came "O() ahead !t" responded Hals "do
,' the of her sister Mrs. Miss Rhoda, Bennett of Theressa of a large corporation 'downtown. ,
{ guest Sunday ahend. Finish your Job you sknnks"
back looking like shadow of h former
Mrs. R. A. Weeks who has been in Sometimes a s i
he dreamed dreams ofmarrying
George/ Anderson. was the guest of Mi J. P., Sullivan! self. They looked at him uncertainly
Alachua for the past'two weeks for
5 > ,- Rev. W. I. Powell is spending. this Saturday the president's daughter and ."Guem was sort of mean to you Admiration was creeping Inti their
,. medical treatment was able to be BO taking a short cut.! to wealth. Hit
ttefe ., week with relatives near DeLand. Master Leslie Futch is visiting his the other afternoon Hepworth he hearts, difficult to withstand. Hnddonly -
dreamed of number of other
brought home last week. a things.
M Mrs. M. E. Edwards Mrs. W. A. Mrs. cousin, T. G. Junior?of Leesburg this. John's dreams always centered how- said apl>logetlC'olly. "Fact Is I was n man plucked the. leader by
Melvin of Cawtey has been
sick with Intestinal the arm.
Barrett and Laurie Edwards visited week. pretty indigestion
abut'succeA. and love.
here on a visit with her son, J. J. ever, Not appendicitis know. Just have "Leave the old mon alone. !'Say d>>
I relatives in Starke Sunday. The public school Will here you
open lie got up with a yawn. lay In bed "
Morgan.Mr. you know who the woman is?
to get along the best I con. It was
Miss Delia of Knoxville next Monday 9th. All till
Goodfellow : July patrons the last and
minute then dressed
"No and !It don't make dllTpl'oI'n'e.
and Mrs. I. W, Pinholster spent some custard pie I had for lunch that no
4 Tenn., is a guest of her brother J. are invited to come and. bring .their hastily. When he came to shave he i She's' a woman and-"
I Friday and Saturday at Lake Geneva.C day. Good thing It wasn't coconut.
E. Goodfellow. children found that he had used the last "
on day. up his darter
ttmt- nit.
The doctor said If It had been coconutIt
t Ir yT W. Colson and Jno. Douglass of !
bit of hilt
Misses Eunice Dinkins and Mattie H. B. Weest was a business visitor shaving-stick. would have, killed me." I
Pine Hill!, were transacting business --
'.i Muttering a torse, John Inserted a
; Harley trained nurses of St. Luke's to Starke this week. I

hospital Jacksonville, are spending here Saturday afternoon.W. Mrs. Rowe of Macclenny, is the sew stick In the holder and flung the \ Dreaming of an Absent One.
H. Baxter of Bradentown Is Into. the waate baeket. The Lord Help the Wildcat. of the air
wrapper To dream grieving over
:'A two weeks of vacation with their pa- guest of her son, E./D. Rowe this
Two hunters In the North Carolina
here on a visit with relatives. wrapper was numbered 210000.) Every sense of anyone Is. suld .> be a surf

rents. Messrs. A. A. Hazen, H. P. and L. week.E. wrapper bearing three noughts at the woods had chased a wildcat to a clearing sign that the person you dream ui will
i Mr. and Mrs. William Thornton ofAlachua J. King a business visitor and terrified to the beast
was were see
R. Gainey, J. J. Morgan and G. M. end was redeemable for $25 but either soon return end with friendliness ir
spent Sunday here with rei !- tor Starke Mondayf Jump Into the window of a cnbin'from !
i Seville were! those in Starke John hadn't heard of this or he dhn.tUlInk love grown ell\ the stronger' throughabsence.
i atives. among The music class here under the direction he'd have one of those numbers. which the sound of a woman's voice But to dream of rejoicing: tit
A "
Bud Prescott and sons, Lonnie Lije Monday yP. of Miss Jessica Hendry, of He hurried through a boardinghouse had Just been ,henrd. On the porch anyone's absence means that you wl*

and Melvin of Highland were in ; M..Barefoot was a visitor. to the Waldo, is progressing nicely. breakfast and stopped at theclll'or rocking comfortably and apparently shortly receive flea you would rather

ti town Saturday. county seat Monday. shop to buy a packet of ciga unperturbed sat Friend Hiinhnnd.. be wlthrxir.m .

al l ,Jules Eunice of Okeechobee spent T. C. Hazen was on the sick list ... LAKE BUTLER rettes. He bonnlc'l! the elevated and "For heaven's sake Is your wife In
t' last screamed of
week. there? one the hunters.
was whisked vptown. As he stood
., his .u"lIJI"um
Sunday family. .u.m..m.u.u.u..u.g.u.u'n.u
tv Frazier Shaw, of Tavares, was in clinging to n strap a very pretty girl "Yeah.
David Moore of Starke was a vis- Lake Butler July 6.-Rev. and MrsF. "Good Lord mnn, get huiyl I A wildcat -
town Monday afternoon.E. stumbled against hIm.
. itor with relatives here during thee W. Cramer have returned home after just. Jumped In the window
J. Lewis and family spent Sun- "Oh I beg pardon," said John
,, '?, r week-end. attending the Methodist Sunday "Yenh? Well: let him tit trot the a---
day with relatives at Pine Hill. Hepworth.
.'. Henry Burney of Jacksonville was school conference held in Jacksonvillelast best! WAY he cnn. I got no use for the
Mrs. L. Morgan and children "Sly fault I'm afraid, ," answeredthe .MttprA
here ',Sunday with bin-family. are week. pesky and! dalntefl If rm !goln'to
visiting relatives at Sampson this girl. I him."American
Seeber Of Jacksonville help Legion/
A. A. Smith business Thomas
was -
week. John wanted to say some more, but :
in Starke Friday. spent the week-end here with "rela- lacked the nerve, so he forgot about Weekly. 25 cent
Mrs. Abbott has had telephone
a -
I Mr.; and Mrs. Fortune Moulin of tives and friends. her and when the first J'acaot.Mat'' ..,. y

Jacksonville.were guests, Sunday of installed in her home. Inman Harrison of Worthington occurred he plunked Into It. When I Law and ;i:

V Mr. and Mrs. M. Padgett. Dr., Bishop of Alachua made a call spent Monday in Lake Butler. lie got up to go out he saw the girl I

$ J. II. Moore left the first of the here last week. Messrs. Leeman Rivers Carl Brown standing In front of him,> looking at His Demand .1

week on a combined business and H. R. Drown'ant! H. C. Bruningwere and Hal Mainea were visitors to LakeCity him. John felt ashamed of himself a.......... ..v.--... Want Ad

pleasure trip to New York and other visitors to Starke last Thursday Monday night. and hadn't the nerve to offer It to her I I By JOHN PALMER

afternoon. Jacksonville BO an aged woman slipped In. .. . . __...___.._
i cities in the North and East, to be Mrs. Tate Powell of r
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crews of Bradford "I shall tell Daddy he'll 'simplyhave (e,, ItlS W.. .rn Newap.per Union.)
i and
gone for a month. is the guest of her parents Mr.
to leave tile car for me In the
visitors here last
;' Rev E. D. Boyer filled his appointment afternoon., were Saturday Mrs. F. M. Rivers this.weejc.} mornings" mused Muriel' Tolman. 'HOARSE yells broke from the mob will sell a

I at the Lawtey Baptist church P. M. Padgett and daughter. Miss "Daddy" was president of John's as came In sight of the little
Miss Blanche Humphrey, who has in Jacksonville.Mrs. prison at the edge of the town among
Sunday. Dora spent Saturday corporation downtown.
been here visiting her Mrs M.
sister : the
q" Rev.' Cramer of Lake Butler did Linton Edwards of Ellington pines."Get
A. demons returned to her home at him boys!" shouted their
not fill his appointment at the Methodist Is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.F. Horse
Theressa last week. Robs Calomel of leader, and the crowd surged forward $$200
4il' church Sunday on account of Masonic lodge F. & A. M. M. Rivers this week. Inflamed to madness by the rumor that
'; the bad roads caused by recent heavy No./9./ Mrs. Dennis Roberts of Worthington had quickly drawn them together.A .
will hold its Saturday
rains. regular meeting Springs spent ,Monday 11 Lake Nausea and Anger A had attacked a woman In .
a afternoon 3 o'clock. All membersare
Truby Wainwright was transacting Butter. an Isolated cottage at the other end
asked to be or a
tJl \ business in Starke Monday with .the present. Joe Jones, of Jacksonville, spent the of the town. Sheriff Hale had ar-j
nchool board. Messrs. E. B. Andreu Sr., of Plant week-end here with his parents ,Mr. Medicinal Virtues. Retained and Im- rived on the spot and made tbe arrest.:

City and ''W. F. Cone of Alachua orored-Dangeroua and Sickening The wretch was In the Jail.
i W. H. Burt of Hawthorn spent and Mrs."' W. Jones.
were visiting at .the home of E. B. Qualities Removed. Perfected Tab- "Bust open the gate boys I"
I Sunday with friends in Lawtey. ,Mrs. Mlzelle Knight who is attending Car
Andreu, Sr., last Wednesday after let called "Calotabe." But the foremost recolled'for the $$1000 t
C. B. Gore was a visitor to Starke summer normal at Gainesville ,
l noon. gate was already open and In the
Sunday. spent the week-end here with her
Cephus Harrell of Bradford in gateway pistol la hand stood Sheriff !
was The latest triumph of modern science -
M. Davis of Jacksonville, was look- mother and children lie!..

ing after property Interests in town town Monday. Carl Brown spent the week-end in is a "de-nauseated" calomel tab- There was none among the mob who
The Shriver Co.'s store is being re- let known to the drug trade as "Calo or a
first of the week. Gainesville with friends. did not respect and fear the old man

Mss Rogers. of Jacksonville, was painted. The work is being done by Miss Ruth Richard who is attend- tabs." Calomel the most generallyuseful'of whose bright blue eyes gleamed fire

;h, the "%cst Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Brown of Worthington Springs ing the summer normal at Madison is all medicines thus enters on for all his seventy years. Sheriff Hale

Charles Dinkins. Luther Gilyard and family are oc home on a visit until after July 4th. a wider field of popularity-purified I had never done a crooked or cow-

'i Joe Fields negro local preacher; and cupying' the Pinliolster' cottage re- Prof. 'So D. Padgett has returned and refined from those objectionable ardly thing In his Ife nor yielded an $$10,000

y farmer was shot and killed by his cently vacated by J. S. Forsyth and home from DeFuniak Springs wherehe qualities which have heretofer- limited '_Inch to right.any man In what he consldered -

wife at his home Monday{ morning family. attended the West Florida B. Y. P. its use. "Well ?" e
Mrs. Harrell of New River ,
was In biliousness constipation headaches -
From what can be (learned from U. assembly. He was accompaniedby "Sheriff we've come to get that tallow -

neighbors their domestic life had %nt shopping. in our town Tuesday morn Mrs. G. W. Alderman r.nd daughters and indigestion and in a great I and we want him quick. We're '

been one of happiness cf lute. Late ing.N. Blisses' Mona and Bis'v:he, of variety of liver stomach and kidney going to burn hIm In the market Farm

,t Sunday afternoon it is alleged that E. Baxter, of Smyrna Ga., has Starke. troubles calomel was the most "suc place."

they had a quarrel and Fields had run been here on a, few daVs visit with Hal Y... Maine of Sanford la the cessful remedy, but its use wa often "Listen, boys!I" The old man's ,

relatives. J. neglected on account of its sickening I voice was fearless and unbroken. "The
her away, telling her not to comeback guest of.hi. parents Dr. und MM.
1 oj qualities. Now' it is the easiest!; and first man steps forward>tUe ,"
threatening her life if she did. E. Maines; this week. ,
fl. She went back home Monday morn HAMPTON Kiss Sybil Hitch of Raiford has%|) most pleasant of medicines to take. Tilt pistol covered them. Everyone
swallow knew Sheriff Hale to be a dead shotAt
ing after Fields had to work. returned home after a pleasant visit One Calotab at bedtime with a
least three lives must before
Hampton July 6.-3. A. King and all. No ta.te.no go
of water-that's ,
Fields was plowing near the house with friends in Lake Butler. they could rush him.
and made several trips to the house family, of Tampa are guests of Mr.Klng'a After spending the week-end with griping no nausea no salts. A "Now. listen. Sheri We don'tknow

r e during the morning renewing the brother, E. J. King here this parents and friends. Misses Mildred good nights sleep and the next: morn- who the woman was but It was What is

quarrel and when he started to attack week. Roberta, Christine Brown and Blanch ing you are feeling fine with a clean a lone woman. We know you got the more economical -

her she ,fired fiv. times at him, two Miss Jeanette Durden of Tampa Roberts have returned to Madison liver, a purified system and a big ap- man and we's going to burn him. and
was the guest lIner uncle A. A. Dur petite. Eat what ;you pleaao. No Better give Aim up Sheriff. !I" profit-
.taking effect and killing him almost where they are attending the summer
t' den last Sunday: danger: Sheriff Hale made DO reply No
normal. able
.. instantly. Rev. Burke filled his appointmentat Townsend last Calotabs are sold only in original, reply seemed neces.***?:.. .')Bl I(. pistol than a ,want
Thewoman surrendered to Deputy Mrs. Margaret spent I
moved delicately\ In hit Brak .fingersas
the Methodist'church Sunday both thirty-five .
r I Sheriff V. R. Reddish telling him of Tuesday in Jacksonville shopping. sealed packages, price .b* turned It now 'npom ,ne man. ad in this ?
I morning and evening. cents for the large family package, paper I
she had She
,. what was taken now on aiiothtr. Trial the rear oflIe \
Mr.\ and Mrs. L. J. Wynn were business ten cents for the small trial package.
I r a Dally Thought mob came an nnesaf ittrrlu*. What'have '
The QaWM Tittt Dot Mot! Antil 1',.. tkcfHeaaeeof visitors to Starke Monday. .AU OM greatest ._ live to Out Your druggist!; is authorized to refund "Ltatesi tajtf. boMi:" Sheriff Hale you I

IM toolr anJ< l luo'l.| _"""t. I.,.:(". Miss Elsie Birt who has been the i parpewi and effort'more than It U possible the price. a guarantee that you will bad decided to speak, to Justify hlm- to8ell?

TIVE.by crew ARUM.v( /hrotr.nvtne<3ulSrNe' (|f.l n.>rwu..","..
la cli,luHtil t,..W.Wt'Vr.S.Wlrnln...tb.a.m. L. Birt, this week returned to her tabs.-Adv.( ) 7-8-13t;


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