Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Established 1879. Subscription-I'er Fear, $2.00; Si,. Months, $1.00-Payable in Advan ce. E. S. Matthews I ,, Editor and Proprietor.MUMllER t tr *

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OM ME FORTY-FIYE. STARKEFLORIDA, .FRIDAY. JtLI 1.1. 1923.-- ': Th iIRF.E i ,I+t L ,1 I

PRISONERS, WOULDN'T WORK 1 Higginbotham Found I TWO MILLION MEN_HAVE EM- l a r,;ri{ :; 1

ON 'FOURTH IN HILLSBOROSupcrinlendent' ; '


BLAST IX: Guilty Of .
Resigns Predicting ALTON: CARTRIDGE Holds Hundred: of Patents.ith aCapitalization J. IIEKNAN: ::' : WIU.I.IC1AIS: : ,
Another Strike Soon of Fifteen Million O\\NEK: OF tHU! HOMESTEAD : 4j
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Painpn, July 6.-Declaring that hew First Report of Heavy Explosion Degree Murder Two million\ men in the United J. Heenan Williams, who a few '
From Old Shell Dump months sold his line farm and '
,,' gutting| while .quitting was States are employed in various industries > ago ..t' .
S.IcIntosh! superinten- moved to LnkeUml, has bought; it d
L. N with n capital investment of
u Alton
111., July 10. At least halfa i
back again and ho and and family
convicts for Hillsborough days. than because ,
u i dozen Sentenced to 20 Years Imprisonment f teen more $15,000,000,000 one i'
unto, corroborated his letter of reatfnation and persons are reported killed\ Motion :Made for New Trial The death of Tabert finally resulted man has a brain whose inventive ingenuity occupy their old quarters. 131r. '1 '4f f "
a score injured in an explosionTuesday.afternoon Williams found after moving, i '1
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read at the Friday morning
In an investigation of the whole has never been surpassed.
Cartridge Co. in East Alton
) home J ,
h.r.11". lacking in his
which stated that the new der in the second the than other him undo new 1
The degree, was verdict by the Florida legislature more any man, .
explosion occurred in the
and that old lirailfonl has equalin
rUles and regulations now in force, of the jury late today in the trial That body also prohibited corporal the comforts and conveniences of the no ;
salvage department. It charac- '
was soil climate nnd conditions. ;
which prevent whipping of prisoners, of Thomas Walter Higginbotham, punishment. Before the Florida legislature Twentieth Century civilization poaai- ,
terized officials of the t ,
by must
as one He wanted to buck. Through the
the real motive for his action. charged -with the murder of Martin convened, the senate of North ble. get ':-
serious! in the history of the plant. Dank of Stark communication was :: ,
In, his statement of facts to Chair- Newspaper men whowere denied Tabert of North Dakota. Dakota Vlopted< a memorial! askingthe Years! ago he invented a machinefor nude with G,,". O'h'.lIy'hollt: he bd, 1 u..
t T. Friend, Mr. McIntosh said admittance The jury was out one hour and twenty Florida lawmakers to investigatethe taking pictures on a continuous .:,
mal to the plant, were told by sold his place to, with n view of bu'f ,
strike of the convicts had already minutes. death of Tabert. I of When he
strip negative. discussed
that a employes that seven were dead and ing it back a.raln.fl'! U'Kelly, while
> 'occurred and that another one that the Injured would total between There was no demonstration in 'the During the trial the state charged ; the patent for it with his attorney, well satisfied\ with his purchase! hud ,
was due to occur Saturday. He made twenty-five and forty. courtroom when the verdict was re- Higginbotham with Jiaving whipped' the latter nuked, "And do you want a suffered from crop failures in Georgia I
statement to members of the ported. Attorneys for the defendant Tabert ao severely that It brought on patent in England, too?"
this The explosion destroyed large scale
a where he farms! on a large 1
board and they promised to visit the building. I immediately made a motion for a new traumatic pneumonia, which resultedin ""How much will it cost?" Edison and had, besides, nil he could attend t
Saturday afternoon to get firsthand trial. The verdict carries a minimum death four days later. asked
here and
camps his was
to beside holdings ,
sentence of and maximum The defense Admitted the ... ,. ,
conditions existing twentjr years a whippingbut -"
infcumation on SUDDEN: : DEATH OF :MRS. SHAFFER un, about $" .)11. I willing to make the deal. Ills terms :
among the prisoners who are be- of life imprisonment. Higgin contended it waa','within the law" Edison reflected.and, finally decidedagainst were reasonable and,' satisfactory, and j.
roads. botham was in court'.when the jury Basing this on testimony that only ;
on the county the idea! TfiS hecouldn't
mir!! employed wassail was> !Mr. Williams is again the owner of iC
announced its decision. from eight to ten lashes were struck.
It was late Thursday afternoon Mrs. Mary P. Shaffer suddenly spare the $MHH the famous "Ileenitn Williams. place" r,
Higginbothnm was sentenced to 20 The Florida convict regulations
rumors began to seep out regarding passed away early Tuesday morning camp Today, the moving picture Industry Their many friend, art glad over
the strike of the convicts, who are at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. years imprisonment. He was released permitted/ adminiifvring ten lashes. result of that invention, has a the return of Mr. Williams and f
on $10,000 bond pending hearingof The defense contended Tabert died
said to have refused to perform any M. Mitchell, on West Madison street. *' capital investment of $0,000,000, fly and wish them success., fam'I'I ,
appeal. from lobar pneumonia.Chsrgen .
labor on the Fourth of July. Wheth Her death was a great shpck\ to her ', employe 300,000 per sons, and draws '
The former convict whipping boss were made\by defense that '
this was a general strike of all the and friends the day 60,000,000 wt-ek to the > )
er family > as pre persons every% JOHN: DUNV.N1' THE n' 'flST If
was accused of having caused Yhe one of the state's witnesses had beenoffered i iCIiUIiCli
convicts or merely one of the camps, vious she was enjoying her usual good 15,000 moving picture theatres in the : '
death of Tabert as the result\of 'i s bribe to tl'stlfthat a "slush '
was not mentioned In the record of health, but heart failure unexpectedly country, the paid admission amount I .1\\
whipping administered while theX furld' had been raised in North Da
the commissioners meeting, but reports brought to a close the life of this to $520,000,000.In 1 1
kotaNto Throughout all time, John Bunyan
that all prls- Dakotan was serving a term In tm\ aid in the prosecution andtamph
were to the highly esteemed lady. i Putnam Lumber Company's convict s distributed, among witnesses 1877 Edison started planning a will bo known as "The! Immortal Tinker. I
.sere who had been worked on Shaffer born In'' little machine which in. now on exhi- ." of the wonders of the centuries
Mary Putnam was lease The'trial consumed thlr- to prejudice them. One '
simply refused to exert camp. .. .. .. .. *
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roads> :Madison, and was the daughter of bitjon! in the South Kensington! I M! this man, whoso early education y ,

themselves on Independence Day, and :Mr. and Mrs. John G. Putnam. Before( -EDWAtltTS;; \ .1.1Miss' I stun, in London, England lie IUU-j was entirely neglected, producing t
that their independent action was not I.ILLIAX: STERNIJERG'S [ IRTII1 IN HONOR OF MISS "cfonslder before $18 classics.
her marriage Mrs. Putnam was Sarah carefully spending the ihoicert of EnicUxh\. ,
thwarted by the circumscribed pun- Attaway Lewis, of Westmoreland >.\y. PARTY I I to have a model made because uioney 1'ilgrlm's Progress!" This, the most ti

'sliment allowed under the present Mrs.Shafier ., Madge Middleton entertained with him in those days. written has ,
county, Va., therefore, both of was scarce perfect allegory ever i
: Little Lillian nt the club house Thursday! evening
!Miss Stcrnberg
QW tine gave been translated Into language w
s parents belonged ok The machine/ talked. Today, the every ,
Mr. Mclntosh's statement that the Southern families, and she was also +a : a merry party Monday..afternoon at complimentary to Miss Dorothy Ed phonograph \industry in thu United' and almost every dialect of '

prisoners will again strike on Satur- direct descendant of General Israe' the home of her pnrl'ntIr.and! Mrs.. wards, of Jacksonville', who is the. States alone has a rapitnl investmentof 11 I Europe.': Such un intellectual giant rM

lai ,is taken to mean that they are Putnam of Revolutionary fame. N. Sternber, on North Walnut street, house guest, of Miss Florence Matthews $105,01)0,000: ) with nn annual payroll as Muciiulay said, : "There. were, many a to wr

trlvmg to get a Saturday half holiday \- In 1868 Mary Putnam was married, the occasion being the fifth anniversary ', I of $31,000,001)( and, value. of products clever men in 10 nn la ml in the latter $ Y' .I''

system In the camps, and may to Fcderick Postell Shaffer, son oi of her birthday.The The auditorium, library and nun i' totaling $158,500,000. half of the seventeenth century, but

enow later by a demand for Dr. P.. II. Shaffer, and for many yean decorations were of the national |parlor were- decorated with quantities Edison's experiments with electricity only two great creative! minds. One ,

n"''ur day. Whether they have forded Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer lived in Malison colors, red, white. and blue, verbenas of Shasta daisies and zinnias, the, and his invention in that Held, these minds produced, Paradlm 9fs''

.i. road, convict's labor union has not and later moved to Starke. Mrs and gladioli being used In pro uuditol'lul1b..lnll cleared for dancing are directly responsible* for electric" I I"t ; t the other, mind produced, Pil it '

been stated, but their solidarity indi- Shaffer was the mother of throt fusion. The lovely little hostess! and the sun parlor; arranged for railways, electric lighting' and, power Progress." 1 1It

ites a common understanding that children-two sons, Putnam and Rob gracefully received her guests, who bridge, which were the amusement!) and, allied industries. Were it not for is of this mint iiinl his unsurpassed q g,

have been reached previous tore ert, who preceeded her to the bettei brought her many beautiful presents,, of the evening. his uncanny' !genius. in his line, the / human composition that thIS y ,

ipi or application of a national land, nnd one daughter,: :Mrs. J. M. after which the children played games At a late hour the hostess assisted, year 1IIJ! :!:) would' he without some of sermons in the Baptist church are to t ,1, v$

charter, should they be striving to get Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer spec and had an exciting peanut hunt, in by her Another, Mrs. W. E. Middluton, its greatest conveniences: deal for several Sunday/ evenings. I
cl which Gloria Johns and Francis Alvarez Mrs. E. S. Matthews Misses Hazel t
me together fifty-three happy years In almost every branch of industryin TIe pastor has Hem by purchase u f

Abolishing the whip has lent courage married life, but in September, 1921! : won the prize for finding the Middleton, Mary Canova and Florence this country the results of his inventive splendid, set of slides! setting forth

to some of the more hardened her life companion passed to the proal most nuts. Andrews served salad, olives* saltines genius play a part. The min Pilgrim on his wny to higher and bettor .

prisoners not only in the camps of beyond. The deceased was a member The dining room was decorated in and iced tea. ing and use of copper in this countrywere things; and/ with the pictures to ,
HiltahorouKh county, but in other of Presbyterian church, was devoted red, white and blue, and the attractively Besides the honor guest, Miss Dor negligible until Edison ,!i"I.'BV- illustrate und, enforce the story, there 'i

camps, and guards have been put to to her family and home, and aranged table was centered bya othy Edwards, those enjoying this delightful erect, it wan an excellent conductor of la every indication, that these sermons I 4 ,

their wits ends in curbing the tendency being a woman of untiring! energy she large birthday cake, which was affair were: !Miss Doris Mid electric current. will be of the must instructive and Inspiring a' ,4Y

of prisoners to lay down on their spent much time and effort to make surrounded by individual* cakes. Ice dleton of Jacksonville, Miss Martha Ills inventions figure In the !glass,, kind. That will make their f

iohs. Some of them have yielded to home comfortable and happy. cream and cake were served, and Ilamrick, of Jacksonville, !Miss Wil- rubber, cement and, other appeal to all\ ages, so bring the chil ,

the solitary "sweat box" punishmentand Wednesday morning :Mrs. Shaffer1! the favors were cunning briskets fill- Hard Bishop, of Lakeland ;Miss Hazel He has taken out more in/lu"trllII'1 I dren. When the weather permits, the

the bread and water diet, but others body was taken to Madison for burial ed with candy. Assisting Mrs. Stern- Jones, of Plant City, Mrs. L. E. Robinuon any other Individual. The number has services. will\ be on the lawn, otherwise

have refused, it is said to bend accompanied by her son-in-law and, berg in entertaining and serving were,, of Lake Charles, La., Mr. and reached the 1700) mark. in the building. ''

under that punishment so mild In daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James :\1. Mrs. Alvarez, Misses Hazel Middleton Mrs. W. S. Blakely, Misses Audrey Edison was born in 1817. In 1804 Theodore Roosevelt read, Pilgrim's i

comparison with the swishing, sting- .Mitchell, Lucille Mitchell and Mrs Lucille Johns, Dorothy Alvarez and Johns, Ethel Griffin, Viviretto Floyd,, he invented and patented. his first ma- Progress once a year, and was known/ I'

Ing lash. Frank Pomeroy, of{Jacksonville, who, Ruth Sternberg. Louise Fernandez, Florence Matthews chine, an electric vote counter. It by many as "(;athart," one of A

I is a life long friend of the family The little people enjoying-itif par. Margaret Long, Hilda Struth, \Elms wasn't popular. The politicians of the Hunyun's characters In the story .

WELL DRILLER HERE While in Starke undertaker DeWitl ty were: Gloria Johns, S. R. Johns, Robinette, Clara Mae Shepard, Florence day did not want an accurate counterof Spurgeon, the greatest preacher since "(y

C. Jones was in charge and on reach Jr., Lois Adkins, Louise Brown, N. Andrews, Blanche McNeil, Mary votes';, the days of Paul, rend it through over '

Wednesday a well drilling machine, 'ing Madison, T. J. Beggs directed the T. Ritch, Jr., Louie Brown, Dorothy Canova, Hazel( 1 Middleton/ ; Mrs. E. S. He got his first bin: invention f moneyin one hundred times. The present generation
Rev. Robinsonof Margaret Neff Matthews, Mrs. W. E. Middleton, and little of this book and
owned by the Southard ConstructionCo. funeral arrangements. Ritch, Nettie Dowling, 1870, receiving $10,000 for an im knows ,

., of Lakeland, was unloaded in tho Presbyterian church conducted Ed Neff, Jr., Dorothy Turner, Evelyn Messrs. Harold, Wall, Kirk Lewis,, proved model of stock ticker. In 1877 this will be an opportunity for themto

Starke and moved by its own steamto ''I'' the last sad rites and the deceased) Marjorie and Lillian Stump, Lillian Charlie Johns, Jim Kickliter, Joe ho brought out his telephone trans- make its acquaintance. ,

the house lot. ''This machinewill was laid to rest by the side of her Garris, Fenella Snyder, Bill Chalker, Wainwright, Herbert Ritch, Remhert mitter and phonograph. .

be power used for boring a new artesian husband. Many choice floral pieces, Mary Brownlee, Annie Long, of Pal. Carradine, of Luwtey, W. A. Hesient, Today he does not have to worry HEAVY LOCOMOTIVEr;( ,

well for the town by the SouthardCo. were sent by friends and organizations atka; Martha Brownlee,. Alice Fern- Carl Johns, Laurie Edwards. and David about paying $14 for a model for an 4Engine

., who were awarded the contract. in Starke and Jacksonville, andez, Georgia, Haynes, Lucille Hodges : Moore, of Lawtey, Orville Griffis,, I invention, nor upending $50: for an No. :328 of the Seaboard Is

When it was found necessary to Install among the number being an exquisite ,..Mary Wiggins, Martiel Hemingway Gerald Middleton. English patent. attracting much attention when It e r )

consideredbest wreath sent by the W. T. Week! Virginia Alvarez, Katie Colley, Thomas A. Edison: Inc., with a cap passes through Htll rko. It Is 00 feet ,

to a new get puMp high, duty it was Worthington.But Chapter, U. D. C. Francis Alvarez, Minnie and Marion PORCH PARTY FOR VISITORSMiss ital of $3,000,000, did/ A $31,000,000) long, weighs 4
such a would raise the wa- The active pallbearers in Starkc Petit, Eunice Canova, Billy Powell, business. In 1921, and it has grown drivers ami all the latent im- +

ter faster a than pump 5-inch cas- were: J. L. Peek, J. C. Robinson! L. A A. M. Petit, Jr., Martha Powell, Frances Elma Robinette gave a delightful since that time.. provements. It is probably the heaviest t
*tag present well Davis, Jr., J. W. Andrews Jr., A. SCrews Lee Peek, Sinclair Peek, Jr., Leslie party Friday afternoon in "If the worst comes. to the .worst, engine ever used south of Jacksonville {

with could supply it, so that a diameter new !, L. D. Green; honorary: H. II. Biggs, Pauline Miner, Vera Claire I, honor of three charming yisitors, Mr I've got a good trade," he tells his. and on its initial trip a few t, l I'

was a casing ten inches In water Young, E. S. Matthews, A. Z. Adkins, Robinson, Billy and Lois Long, Dot I: L. E.: Robinson, of Lake Ctiarljs, La.,, cronies. "1 can always make $75 a days ago pulled 102 loaded i and 27'

18 found decided within on. If reasonable permanent depth it J. H. Ritch, Edward Burns. Bishop, Vonda Inman Louise Snyder I Missus Dorothy Edward. and Martha month as an expert telegraph opera- empty cars from Jacksonville to Wal J

u a will The deceased leaves to mourn her and others. i I Ham rick, of Jacksonville tor and I can live comfortably on do, where some of the cars had to be .m

expec&d that the new pump her daughter, Mrs. James M.. The bridge game re-ttilted in MUs that. dropped on account of steep grades 1
deliver ,
500 gallons.a minute.Mr. Mitchell grand daughter, Lucille BIRTIIDAY"PAR-I I Hilda Struth making high core and Edison worlea6 hours a day He further on. This nmd a string almost .
G. E. .Southard will supervise
the Mitchell; sister Mrs. L. F. Anderson, TY. I receiving a bathing cap a* prire. MUs has been known to keep on the job precisely one mile long, and .

drilling. of Jackson :Miss and Mrs. k. M. Du Edwards! made low and received the for flO hours at a stretch. north of Highland the train was at .' .
JT.. Quigley, chairman of thetown Lewis Put- I I consolation pxize,'a powder puff. The work cost three at
bond the Val, of Quincy; nephew, Wilson Hayes celebrated his! tentl His: devotion to his oncQo times on curves once. '
trustees Is proud of Spartanburg, S. C. at honor guests, Mrs. Robinson, Mist him the sums* of $27,000) when he forgot T. J. Griffin, the\ local station agent, If N
Peed with order for piping now, birthday by giving a merry party
which an Hamrick, were
Zdwards and Miss of
that he held a mortgage on a said that no extra reinforcements
tho home of his parents, Mr. and MrsE.
and! other material rushed by the
was handkerchiefs.
the charter to the troop, presented with dainty building. bridges or track hud been made on
contractor. the order W. Hayes, on West Madison street. ,,
Two after
days out registration cards to the Zinnias anti ferns were used for account of the enormous weight of ?
and host who will be
was sent the material was at the gave members of the The bright young ',lecorations on the porch, and also also. that It Is not '
following charter HWIMMINtt PARTY this engine, restricted s "
advanced fifth grade next term
Starke depot. But'then there Is noth- Willie Agln, Sewn Alvarez, in the ,I around the punch bowl, which was a* to speed. This shows that !
troop: received a number of handsome presents
"ifc\ ilow about Mr. Quigley. Edison Brinson Wesley Bryan J.II- of them being a gold watch presided over by Miss Ilamrick. The Kirk Lewis and Joe Wainwright the Seaboard track In In excellent condition C

Demorest, Louil one ', hostess served brick cream and home Friday thanks the of S. A. 1't
TROOP INSTALLATION Ian Canova, Robert and chain from his mother and father. were hosts at a swimming party to effort
TWO HOLDS Hemingway George Kite. Leon kite the made cake after the prizes were pre evening at Kingstejr lake, with Bryan and his brother roadmasters.
After playing merry games, i/
SERVICEAt Elmer McMillan, John Morris( : Fr d were invited into the dining I sented. Mrs. E. S.. Matthews as chaperone. It Is understood that nine more engines ; : + .
Mott, Carl :Mott and Martin Stnith. where the birthday feast wa The guests at this pretty affair After swimming and boating a' dell* of the same type have been secured 1
the last meeting of Scout Troop furnish volunteers room besides the honor guests, Misses of the r
was! asked to were, clout picnic lunchwas enjoyed.The for the Florida division
The troop served. The table was ,covered by a
:z t the held. '
for al installation was to assist the Woman. Clubto cake which burned ten Margaret Long/ Florence Matthews, guests! included Misses Elmn Seaboard, which shows better than J :
FrH',wing a few, words by the scout- and several boy large white on Hilda Struth, Vivirette Floyd, :Madge'
sell cold drinks, candles, and Mrs. Hayes assisted lloblnettc, Florertre :Matthews, MadlCerlddl..ton anything else! the enormous productivity
na'.r ,the scout oath was administered but. the rain pink Middleton: Clara Mae Shepard, Audrey -
were on hand to help Mrs. \7. C. Robinson, served the :\ Hilda Struth, Dorothy Edwards of the state.
to the candidates by the assUt sale took by Johns and Ethel Griffin.
and no and Martha HatirUk ft Jacksonville -
nt b. I held up the plans little people with ice cream cake and / e
scoutmaster Rev. L Simpson. Messrs. Carl John' and Gerald Mrs. J. S. Peek, of Locust Ridge,

3fr. Simpson Impressed on the boys place. ___ candy. Mrs. E. K. Perryman and little Middleton.Mrs. La., and daughter, Mr. L. E. Robin. i'. '

the importance' of the pledge they Sunday school enjoyeda The guests. at this party were Merrill .on, Emmett, are' at Kingatey lake son, of Lake Charles, La., left Tues '
Wel'G about to take and urged them The Baptist Thursday. McMillan. Julian Peek, Jr., Clara visiting Mrs. J. II. Ritch. !
picnic at Kingsley lake her sister, A. Z. Adkins 'was in Lawtey' day to return home after a delightfulvisit
tf keep it in mind and always live up attendance and Louise Peek Louise Hayes, Leila Dee and MM. C 1
crowd was-.in Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. M. E. at the home of Col. ,
and Vera
to i it large and eats were Andrews, Helen Sullivan, Louise and Letter Price, Etdredge .. .
fb. boating Edward L. I't't'k.1' .
swimming, Joe Edwards Jr. ,Claire Robinson. ..
Judge' Gree'n, as chairman of the : Fenella Snyder, -

troop committee, spoke briefly, then fine. I

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d Robs Calomel of BOOSTS THE "GOLDEN STATE"R.portcf r cnus'6 Candlemas wits u ,n i '
I expose a baby for. Fc-l>nn,. *
News of Florida in Short WRIGlEYSTale / j ,
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of touch Infant chec-ltn .
I Director of Agriculture \c-i\ rc.j -
i 4& rIsaeflun.daaaflaeaammusntffirflnnnnb.nnn -' Nausea!! {and Anger Callforna Cannot Be Otherwls. .

I flan EncouragIng Judge and Interpreter.
t. News Take it home to ---
I7 LLiveState I II In a recent trial In Loud, v ,
Medicinal Virtues Retained and Im- :| !1' the kids. In his nnnUl report Director of Ag- tlce Darling examined *

l I ..._.___...._ provedDangeroiiti and Sickening ,, I rloulturu 0;. lt. lIt'kf'< utatet that the Italian, and tranaluted the a .'

\ ; Told by Our Exchanges. Hf (ualities Removed. Perfected Tablet Have a packet! in Value of the :'arm cropn of the state the Jury. lie In also 'elllawyer '

called' "Calotabs." in 1022 was $ai7HW.OOW.: The production poet painter *
h 'your pccket ?for an HIM
1 mmanmnmmm mmam.mmrnlIQmm.: maJ .t, ', of the J'l'H''u... the ,gi"cutest in Yet, In a dfbateIt Inner 'iCu l ';
ever-reedy.. treat. i the history ot the, Mate but, of course
L IL The :Miami! list iiI stork The latest triumph of modern whether education was
.' papers prinN a ( ings, bought some before arriving i- i valuen do not final that of it some- '*
I : more than 223:: varieties of edible hure.Relatives. ence is a "de-nauseated" calomel] tab-i Nt- ', A delicious confection I smaller at peak war In life, he said : "I lIeVl'I'e,
,, what I uiiuige
: I fruits, besides many spice and peculiar ]- let known to the drug trade as "('nlI-) S p anJ an aid! to i prices. Tile vauies' given> are farm am school not; I un ntv..r"nt educate 1 to am' .

I tropical] plants] grown by II. W :\ ] of Albert W. Thompson, tabs. Calomel) ], the* most generaJIv !. the teeth, appetite, .!I, values. With u'l 1 lilt! development ofi be fifty years next year perv M< ":. f*

Johnson of Homestead. No state in 4.i, Jacksonville) : bridegroom of six ,' useful of all medicines thus enters on dig st on. :i I, cur fruit Industries< the value of field culled to the bur and hi-. 1';

-. the Union can grow us !great a number days, who committed suicide Thursday a wider Held] of popularitypurifiedand #i 1 crops hns hitherto exceeded that of judge for twenty-fix .veins ,

t* of trees, shrubs, vines, flowers night by slashing both wrists refined from tho4o objectionable ,i l our orchards nod vineyards but In other occasion lie told, 1 an an"' .J. ", \.

IInd l plants] as Florida can. with a razor and then leaping into I I' its use. II i ; i 810,000( ( against lbOT22KO for fieldcrops. life too IItr lIuou". IM-, .. .
McCilrt's: creek, were being: not(fled Increased I t iyni( j ., ,
1'hls'a... duo largely: to -
rlster because It
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Information from Fort Pierce is biliousness headaches was the t n
to 01 his ilenill. ino body was found on constipation Into "t:.
the effect that a contract has been I Saturday. Thu bride, who told tho I and{ indigestion, and in a great bearing, but fruit, fruit wivuire i.rlees, were coming relatively (- I Jae could find.-London, lit,I'I '

f j awArded for the construction of a authorities her husband had killed variety of liver stomach and kidnin I Ii better than .prices of fleld crops. I -

Masonic temple] to cost about $:;0,000.() himself because he could< not support troubles calomel was the most successful II i' A large crop of wine grapes' at $75: to( One Sure Crop.
The structure will bo of steel and reinforced -I her, Is prostrated with grief. remedy, but Its-use was often 1 $100< a ton helped n lot. Concurrently Johrrt..IA, having to ,' .- ,In

c(>concrete three stories high neglected oh' account of Its sickening ; with the report ..f the director covering a dinnll! vlllitirrt for a trnln, ." ,rami

j and have four large stores on the bot. I Tho bpdy of James A. Hance, 40, a qualities. :Now it Is the easiest and ', last year's output the crop-re- vlHltlnit" was! with tivlng: oom to of nns tin, IN ." .

tom floor. most pleasant of medicines to take. l porting service slateS that the outlook -
I'inellna sheriff
: county deputy
I ,
I "Nice t little town you n v, ._
One Culotab] for the current year Is excellent. e
at bedtime with swallow
died in Jacksonville Saturday from a he remarked! to an elilerl,
c : :Marion Wheeler, negro, of Tampa, I the effects' according to attending of water:-that's all. No taste'j'' Wreetor Ilerke! unites/ the that most California rapid- ""...11. I suppose so," \ tl rtailmltteil.
now experiencing
met his death Thursday morning on physicians, of poison liquor, was shipped no griping, no nausea, no TilE GREAT ANNUAL SILENCE agricultural! development: In our history .

t the Bayshore boulevard when a motorcycle to St. Petersburg where funeral good nights sleep and the next morning 1 I" cultivated "I.ookd llk. It might be "! a ., '
I citi-;;;; ; Not only 1 acreage
t' on which he wu, riding burstin services will be held. Hanre If said you are feeling fine, with a clean "My: fellow Increasing, but better und more Intensive try round about too" U ".

AI' t flames and losing/ control, hit a telephone ]- to have purchased the liquor from a liver, a purified system and a big ap.1 When in the course of human events" farming H ni-ttlnif better yield!' tinned.

e : mle. It was Raid] by spectators St. Petersburg bootlegger) who is now petite. Eat what you please. (Biff-bang-bang-siss-bang-) Also morn people. arc arriving to help "Well, yes J fmetv ,"

kA; that the maililno\ vva going be' under indictment] there on a whiskey danger. I "So these forefathers, those whom we I till the *oll. During the lust two or nrouml\Vhnt here(l..s. ?"good: tarot I I.. > ..1 i -, i .

1. I twcen forty and fifty miles per." hour eharge.: / The name of the bootlegger Calotabs are !sold only in original, today-" three years we have frequently had occasion "%torr 'an It'!* worth:" tl I i iRnmvered. .

i t when it caught fire. was not disclosed.] sealed packages, price thirtyfivecents I (Boom-bang-crack-snap"-'.zoom) I to say that ('nU.rnlwas/ the II twltiltlw his. \ ." M
for the "The old ne'er yet-" most pntsl'trnhis.I't| ( In the world. or
( large family package grand flag I ,,withal Korlons.Hohcrts .
The Fourth's fint fatulity in Jacksonville More than 1,000( species; of the various ten cents for the small trial package. (Ice cold lemonade, right here in the That situation ehrunl"le.Ktlll contlIl1l1s.SanFraDl'I"co InuRliPil.,'

i came Wednesday at 8 a. m., members of the finny tribe Inhabiting Your druggist is authorized to refund shade) "Is the hind' vorv fertlN!

3 i with the death of George A. Hutchins the waters around Key We t 'the price as a guarantee\ that you will "Those were the patriots who unsel "Oh yei-tol'nhlp: tnl'-il'1","'! .

i ) C5, 'of Atlanta, in a local hospital, were loaded on the Mallory steamer be thoroughly delighted with Colotabs. fishlyLlcketysnaphangzippetyzade-" SOUNDED FAMILIAfi TO HER mnn assured, hi 111, "ItM I'I

; i :L from injuries sustained when he fell (:(,mlll which sailed Tuesday for New .-(Adv.) 7-6-13t* ( ) -- crop nlifh on to every vein, "h! .

- tvyJ rg Co from a train in the ]local terminal] Vorl.; L. Mowbray: assistant director I "And history has written most mdclRemember Letter of Old Sweetheart Had Recol. I titrea: revor fall"
That Created Embarrassing
1 I of tho New York SOUTH CAROLINA: (aWE ibly] -" lection I --- --
# yards early Tuesday morning. He aquarium, Situation.It .
v was enroute here to spend the Fourth |, who left for New York on the same FAST :MIGRATING N DIM II I ( boys, the cane you' ringis I As She Suspected

with his son, residing ut the local. boat, had been in this city since June the cane you get) was while attending. college that A woman wearing! an :in\
Columbia, 3. C., July 7-South Carolina have been borne out pression called a tan insin '
'd 11 making.I purchases of these fish, "And how they I met a )j'oung man who was a veritable i

Found lying on the floor of which have been kept in fish cars, long) a state in which the negro by the years ?" Herculi-N. Tlu-n, too he wad a one morning.

a gas- waiting shipment to New York. greatly outnumbered the white is experiencing : ( Siss-zz-zz-zz-zz-zz-set) westerner and, iiflVcted( a broad sombrero "I understand," she MI '.1. i
filled] room in Jacksonville! Mary
A a decrease in its colored ( (Theirs was the spirit ofItZ00I11Z00111zoomzool11 In which !hi- was especially no $5; I can insure my hou I' t r .
Townsend 2C, is in a serious condition -
following her to Sixteen: miles northwest of Miami, population that gradually/ gaming ( )- ticeable. Indeed, inxny fnlr young 0- in'your company."
attempt commit in volume, according to railroud and "So do ascribeBOOOOM eds wore their handsomest smile "Yes," replied the : '
4t on the west bank of the :Miami canal, reverently we nirem
suicide. The ill
woman a drug when he passed, rtlilrh I hud occasion
? i other officials in position to observe. right. If house burn-
:, q I'I where now sits one of the completed ( : ) your :
i addict police said. Last Saturday,
r to notice ou my frequent walUa] with
k L. mills of the Pennsylvania, company One railroad olliMul] recently estimated "I thank you one and all." pay you\ $l,000""And
F .... night she was arrested<1 on charges of sugar him. Naturally I felt singularly
... > million and half dollars that fully 22 per cent of the negro No.'of. course not. Who said it was i ," continued the vn" ""t.'i.
.1 costing
a a ,
l "... being drunlt and disorderly. bond. ,, surrounded by :a,600( acres of population had left, the stat! for in Starke ? ,, and was soon hopelessly:! In iou ly, "do you make any' n

H \.,v growing cane, with a capacivty for northern points, and a newspaper in Starke was as silept on the Fourthj, love. I had, reason, to feel my nffeo to the origin of the fire"
\. grinding; 1,500( tons of cane every '!.I a recent article, estimated that forth as the land Amundsen intended to go'to tlons vvero returned. "Certainly] madam," wit--i

ftjurien from a nhallowdive in Lake hours and the production of approximately first time in more than 100 vt-ais I in an aeroplane before he got cold | One week-end I went to visit a former "we make the most careful u i
Thoifnu>nussa Saturday afternoon was the white population of the state exceeded classmate who In "Oh!" and she turned
I % ICO tons of renmfl sugar daily feet. Thonewho had not gone out of i was teaching i"
the CIIU lti of the death of Herbert the I a nearby ton While there I received "
negro. office !
a sugar plant second! to none OP town were unable to leave home A | thought tin i
(:raves, ll<,Vj<.t Tampa Sunday after Not letter. from admirer. It
the North American continent in the only have scores of thouxatulsof merchant who had] a few firecrackers a my' it somewhere."
noon. Youn \Graves was u member wa. a thriller and I wanted to share
negroes left the state during the
point of modern equipment and efficiency left over since Christmas, carefully]] |
I of a arty> of lip I missed It with my' friend so I read parts of
) }vienickers. > past or more but the number of '
year :
one ]last Februarywas I locked] them up in his safe-he 'was Two by Twon
I 2 ; Jiis footing and dived too his I j It. Suddenly I imtlced' she wax laugh-
_ deep, wonwn and children leaving is on the .,
break Starke'soctal school clu--
merely] a spot on the saw grass not /going to time-hon-I Ing. I ti lfl what she thought nouinuslni. \ a Sunday n i
body striking the ] bottom. und
1 lake prairie of the Everglades of Florida increase, railroad oflicials state. At tradition of a silent Fourth.*. The i .'. i tern, town the young woman i I''
- t t breaking his back. I first. only males left for the nOrth. noise heard the 'us'ked' : "And how did Noah
adjacent to eight hundred] acres nf only was croaking of., "I thought you were rending one of
J growing/ cane.William Now, however, many of thoav who the frogs in the town clay pit, and myoId 1I\\'eNht'nrt's\ I letters, for It time in the ark?"
; Work on the proposed" now hotel for wept to the industrial] centers earlyin that from trains passing sounds just I iie 'I )n n.' "Fi'thinK," was the SU>TK' -t'

t, q Sarasota will be started within a few Edwards and W. L. Wright the exodus are sending for their The Fourth of July in Starke throUlth.l' "Dun
- r r days. The hotel project will provide negroes drew sentences of sixty days i wives and families, while* many others tirely safe though it is open "Why, iJim West There aren't two "A reasonable):] suggestion; '
'c .i t fmplojment for about 500 skilled. men are taking their women and children of him."
when haled before the justice of the tion whether it was sane or not. I teacher.
) \ ; for the next five und half months. ; .
a I peace in St. Augustine on tha official with them. :Men jiru! df'elvel's ever.-Detroit "But" continued the boy, i .
: 'The hotel project will tout $:H.0,000.; II Columbia apparently is a concentration Free I'reHU" I "
_ charge of vagrancy, but the unofficial SOUNDS CHl'RCIILY not have caught much.
The Casino or :Natatorium will cost
for considerable
point surround
I charge of sleeping in a house under "What makes you think thu
_ t about $86,000, and will be ready by construction. They gave thu officersa ing territory.. Practically every
.l : : January 1.Shipments. I merry chasu before being appre 100 or more leave from the railroad Two shipwrecked sailors were on a Electricity from L>ro\\ n couK.U. \! the Ingl, "you see he had ,'

hended. Shots rang out over the quiet stations in this city, according to S. desert island. They were utterly miserable bold undertaking; now being. put worms with him."

of fish aggregating waters of the lake as police officers\ H. McLean, district passenger agent!>: pinched with hunger and] cold. through by the government of1,.
"F : total ()f, 150,000 pound, have been for' the Southern Railway. The one more wretched than the oth- toria. The srhi'iiiH. provides for tilt
(fired at the fleeing negroes and residents THE COUNI
forwarded out of Fort Tierce" during "The negroes themselves are not er said to hN companion : erection of I H generating station on thernilfleUl
I in the startled
the' last two wt>eks. Tile shipment vicinity were inclinded to discuss their plans to "('an you pray, Bill ?" I with an Initial! rapacity ifts5) .
at the volley of-shots and strong ]language any "No." /; ) ( ) kilowatt, hutMpablw of doub A small boy came hurried!
Were comprised( mostly of mullet
grout\ extent, und make very little .
the breath!
which followed the would-be ling. 'fhe extlnuited/ street and halted
'OAt Is about
trout and bottom fish caught in the show in ]leaving," said Mr. :McLean. "Can you sing a hymn. ?
cacapers from justice. They were finally SKMNNMim' ) for the initial development. front of a stranger who was- "
4; waters of the Indian river. The daily "No.
cornered und taken into custo "They usually do not buy their tick- v. And over $::J-:;,tK".II movement is averaging. 50 barrelsor dy. eta tit the uptown offices, waiting instead "Well, said the first, "let's have ect. The firm '''','lIon will Include four "Have you lost half-a-doll'-i'
\ 10,000, ( ) pounds. until a few minutes before train I something religious;\ : ; let's have I u collection 12N:;. o.Jlllu"lItt turho-alteniators run : asked.

.. .. The court room of County Judje time, when they purchase a ticket anti ." ning at 3, The first then board the and with an o-kllon-iitt<>( set for minule'l '' .
bathing accident i.f thc train
W. Jo'. Ulanton in Miami turned intoa are gone. i the stranger, feeling in his "
1 :, : year in Taylor county happened Sunday impiymptu arena Friday morningin The majority of the negroes now THROUill; : THICK!\: AND THIN up theteel the bigger for/ thi ones.. The ) "Have you found one ?"

afternoon a little after 2! o'clock which John :M. leaving the state apparently are go- hullillnics are actually "Oh said the I
Murrellfought boy,
Attorney under i''uiwtrm-tlnn I and no,
when Jim Duncan, negro, wan drown- Into/ Pennsylvania with Philadelphiaand The girl of his heart had acceptedhim preliminary ,
with his brother-in-law] FrankC. steps are lielnu taken for the erectionof want to find out how many ha
fd .in Hock Creek near the Hampton I Clark, Jr., son of Congressmen Pittsburgh appearing to receive? and he was overjoyed. The next the. hlKli-tensiun/ triinxmlMNlnn lino lost today. Yours makes 1\\.)."

Springs bathing pool] and a short! dio- Frank Clark, until separated hy the the majority, although many are going : morning he wrote to her: of 11-: mllt'lln a I'olnt near :Mel-

tunce from the bridge on the Hotel. judge and lawyers in attcndanue. The to Detroit, New York, Baltimore, Darling-You have made me the hmirni'. Thli I I line is to operate I ut l.fi:I:!.. COULDN'T TELL A LIE:

_ Hampton grounds. trouble started (hiring what was to Boston and Dayton. happiest man in all the world. There ((55)). \nltu, and, will consist t>f alum-
is nothing I would not do for lnuiii-Mei-1
I -enforced" onhlp
you. strung'gitlvnitietl on
have been tho hearing of charges$ preferred Lady (just returned from I'
Lead Away, Parson would fight through the densqst and / /. ; Fleeing front home barefooted. to by Attorney Murrell against !Scientific'! und showing curious souvenir' I
I visit relatives" in Jacksonville.' Thelm.i Frank Clark, :Sr.: ;Maude] E. Brick!! A colored minister! In Louisville announced moat dangerous jungles to get to your American. bought that scarab from an Ai >
Hall, 1 II 1 old of \ I to his faithful flock the following side. I would l climb the highest mountain ,.
( years VnyerosnTa. and William, U. Urickvll, uxecutori) ,of who assured! me he thud stolen '
was apprehended. the and' : swim the wildest river to reach Old English Custom Revived. I'
by police the estate of the late Mrs. Mary self during tho excavations .
I placed] in the custody of her brother, Brickcll, amounting .to $7,0i)0uop( ) "Brethren and sistern dis mornin" you. ,An ancient .cnwtoni of ''rock I rig"/ I tha temple.) And I'm sure it must '"

Pr. F.1.: l. llrfll, of Echols, Ga. "I ;Just charging miniippropriution of r.OOOor ( I'so gwlnq to preach a powerful ser- Your Loving Dick.P. lowed baby,. In Ms i Ii pinch Hint It tot Iu'en al uine, because he had such an I
wanted to mon. I'ae gvvine to bind ile unbound- S.-If it doesn't rain, I will come to liipue for a centuryim re-
to Jacksonville
come amisee
more of thu assets of the t'stllte.I 'Ued. by the vii-ar. of little face.
; them,," she tod her brother. Sheet able; Pee ffvvineto define the undefin- anti, see you this day next week.. at tIp Sunday, Ulldworth evening service, England : -

] hr.nie Friday without shoes tnd I William I.ee Popham of Apalachicola ] able; I'se gvvine to unscrew de un- follow Inn: Candlemas. TIle latest born illS TURN: TO RULE

has purchased from the Pierce Borutable, and I'se gwine to lead you ON: THE INSIDE baby boy of tIle parish was taken to -

I I estate of Buffalo, N. Y., the entire Island all through de impassable paths to In- the church hv Its rmnmtH, on,) hI...>n.l :Mr. Blimp (to wife, rock ng t tby > 1-

of St. Vincents, lying in Frank \vernal] happ.ness.Cf ." Telephone] Operator- Sorry, sir, :Mr In an old uniil.ti': cradle,--e decorated; )-Remember./the hand thai
t. lin county, and containing 11,000 McConnell is at an important conference with Candlemas. Dowers situ with twocundlew the cradle rules] the world. Don, {,
GeneralInsurance acres. Tho consideration was $350-' TilE REAL OFFENDERA and is I hkcly to be away all af- on either side, that was dedicated get that my dear.
with local] by thin vli-ar (n bachelor) who .
countryman a reputation -
000. This Island is bordered by: the ternoon. "rocked" the cradle Mrs. Blimp-Then you conn
GuTf of :Mexico und 1 ni n vocalist, attended dinner CUlton1l'r-Cnn tell what times in whilt '
Apulachicolj bay you me the utter rails. The "rocking'1 I and rule the world a
I I And Is one of the most beautiful Islands I and was asked, to sing. Although he time: he will be back:? I not a legend hut n" Important vIII a got* tired.

AND on the entire gulf COli st. Them had no music with him and was as Telephone Operator (to office boy) ceremony that recalls! Christ's presentation .
: hvarse es a frog, he consented! to try, .
u thousand -When the baseball to the ----
over one wild deer, numerous |III game over, temple, and call Chris
1i 1--- wild! turkeys and in season but broke dqwn. Johnny ? Five o'clock? (Over tho thin parents to otter their Infants to I InvtalMe A.eet

i Real Estate thousands of wild dudvs. The late "Never thee mimi], ]lad," said an ]1- phone). I don't think ho will be bacK Ch.tlMt. J3'i' ', ceremony digit/ out r>!- She-"So you 'are engaged to Ml"Baggs.

r. P*. Pierce )purchased and placed on derly guest trying to cheer him up; before half-past five. This i I. an important To I'm sure I oaa't see anythlnl '
\, Iof- the !island several! ] wild deer from oth- 'never mind the breakdown, for thee conference. I'll tell him you Stop a Cough Quick attractive about that woman." H*""

">r narts of the world and in this has done thy best. But the fellow as called. take HAYES' HEALING HONEY.'* a "Neither can I see It: but It's ID the
way asked thee to sing ought to \be shot." I cough medicine which stops the cough by **nlt. nil r/J"ht/ "-H ,"ton TranM4'riL&.
; PEEK & ,'roused 1 up the native rinridii de r. healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues.. -
J There were several albino deer, roe ed. He was quickly lifted to the deck A TONIC A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE JIJI

.'1> u pure white with pink eyes. In addition l of tho boat and a fast 'run made to Oro".'. Tasteleas chili Tonic relOI'C'II Croup SALVE Is for enclosed Chest Cold with. Head every Colds bottle and of COFFINS & CASKETS

"Not too big for small business to its attractiveness from sporting this; port. Castangin was carried Jnergy and Vitality by Purifying and HAYES* HEALING HONEY. The salve of

nor tou. small for big businr''''" side, there are thousands of feet From the sporijre docks to the Butler Enriching the Blood. When you feel its should be rubbed on the chest and throatof Avxl a Full Line

of fine yellow pine standing! timber Heights Sanitarium in the car of strengthenIng, Invigorating effect/ see how children suffering from a Cold or Croup Undtrtakftt' Safpl"

Your Business. la Cordially So- that has never been turpentined. Chief Green where he is reported a,* It brings color to the checks and howIt aid,Tb:in..hralln Ihrout effect cnrablnod of Hym'with the Heallag:hulTng: Honey effect In-,of HEARSE

licitfd. :Manuel Caxtangin a diver employed improving. The man was beeingbndly ] improves the appetite you V.ill then (Uw...i.skIn. S (soon)-P...uopa-Tra.e a cough Sal.. through it,. pan* 01 Ahr.AUTOMOBILE.. on haarf. The beet .,

aboard the sponge boat Haritome- from the mputh when his helmet appreciate its true tonic value.Jrcve's Both ramadlr 1. parked In one canon and the ,.e. at tk. ...... price SP'.
nl, of Tarpon Springs, narrowly escaped was removed, and the color of Tasteless chill Tonlo is coat" of the combined treatment ie Mo. ertm. -
simply cfatl
______ _Just attntloa to Ulea-raph
Office with C. L. I'eck & Son ask your druggist for HAYES
death on Tuesday afternoon, his face had turned almost] black. Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So HEALING HONEY.!; Registered Erobal]. r.
; when his air hose became fouled in First aid restorative were applied] pleasant even children like It. The bliwxf

Telephone 83 the boat's propeller. .The dive. was >y the crew of the boat while it was needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to Colds:; Cause (trip Influenza De WIlT C..JONES

_.: down in about 11 fathoms, just off the running to this port, probably savingthe Enrich it. Destroy Malarial! germ anr' LAXATIVE: BROMO QtlXLVE:Tithu! .*!!><.,.i it.ceoss. >.
_cDlI1I-_ 'uu""lJImmlllllJllmlli! big banks, when the accident huppen- man's life. Grip germs .by its Strengthening Invfgty Tbewi I It only one """M"" Oulnir* i. STARK. FLAv Jsat
sung Effect.a udo. E. W. GXOVE S iMin mi bos. :SM.; :I(]

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FRIDAY. JULY 13. 1923. j

[ -- ;- SAMPSON CITYSi '-| visitor to 1\\ I
SES- ll n:() I '
I YEAHS-- AFa ezeTonic. (
M.-n-I Hvssio and Florrie Terrot! r-titAN- : : .
I mi;' ,on City: July 1 ;, Feed D'ai -I :kft"\.1.! spent the Fourta herd I 'f"t

SION WAS A BUSy ONE | Thomas ver, Mr! TV.:i-.nfned. J. ltuheri to Starke....im und Mondu\J. N., w. 'Ten.h t ti I '11 "-,'nt!*, !Mr and :A.' T 1 f 1fNfEi: ZHlTjBuilds) You Up I : \ ,'

-- I Mr. Timmons, of Gainesville, was a Mrs.: W. A. C .\" 't of Jacksonilicl I CHIL ,. TO.MIC Pr....taanciRelieves 4
.iurd of county cominisxion- nixed us I fixed: by the tax visitor here Friday. the! L *
i-uuntjr as- was truest: : Sunday of "
Monday, July 2nd, 1923, with i The board. recessed until L,) clock lie Lou have returned home from li Mrs. R. I.. Ilnnnon, of Jack nullcl t' ,. '1

,iibcrs present, as follows: J. a. in,, Tuesday, July 3 1023.i visit with relatives in Georgia. *" '). I'.
I win here :Monday. .
chairman Louis H. Hill j :Mrs.'itnrr Rues wai on the sl,'k Willie Rc.Miold"', of Wuliio.! ,I _
vulee, i The board !Messrs.\ T. V. Williams of Pulatka '
convened ,,
Tue-day, July Mrs.\ ( "rl! Anderson is spending list, la41uek.1 Hampton -,luml opened an eight 'i' .,
vscott, James Reynolds and :3rd, 1 11I2H!I:!:i, with the following and Joe S. Williams and Jim Varnes few weeks) 't''
mem- I a at Kingaloy lake.
;Mr. Kitchen, of Lvtfvhurg, wns> attending month term hero :Monday. Teachers I' rt
t, ,iiuney.m bers present: J. M.\ Brownlee. chair- Wl're'Isitors to Starke Saturday.Mr. Frank (ireen; of Waldo, spent the .. k
business here have been 4 .
of last meeting read andd. to during the employed as follow: '!'.k:
man, Louis H. Hill and S. J. Pi-cs- [ and Mrs.1 :Milliard Varnes and Fourth with friends! here week-end. Principal, Carl Lnwhorn. .', .
cott. Fred L. Deaver motored to Waldo on ft
Miss Marguerite Godwin returnedto G. W. Larrumore and family, of First assistant, Mm. Bessie IIr,:. .,
Susie; Lowery, whose applica- Wednesday where :Mrs. Varnes! had \( .
After St. Luke's hospital Jacksonville
examining ,
the tax assessment St. Petersburg, are hero visiting rvlulives. Cruder.. i ,
i pauper allowance was laid hook, the board decided to accept dental work done. after spending her vacation with her t

t month, was placed upon the the books as> made by the tax :Mr. and l\rm.R M.\ Cason! and parents, Mr. and Mrs\ W. F. Godwin. D. W. Kelly, of New River, was attending Second Primary assistant, !Miss Eva:, Mrs Williams II. B. Weest. $ l .

m allowance of $2.00 per assessor, no person> having appeared daughter, R. Lee Gibson nnd Miss She is taking" a course in nursing to business herd last Saturday Everything looks favorable for \ 'j. .
n .
tn to protest or complain about the valueas Mamie Hull\ motored to Starke Saturday Miss\ : :Mary Boyer visited relativesin afternoon :
successful term of school. The principal C >>
Wilson, a pauper having be- fixed by the said tax assessor.! afternoon.T. Jacksonville Thursday. Stl'lIl1Iae; Ward was a visitor to :Mr. Luuhorn, comes highly tvconmionded >

o i. ,invalid and upon request ofA The board then adjourned R8 a boardof V. Williams, of Palatka, spent F.. M.\ 1 Futl'n'S transacting business Aluchun. ono day last week I and each of this assistants I J' .-' .
Durden and others, an allow- equalizers and several days here last week visitinghis In Jacksonville several du of L. I K. Giilney :Monday afternoon rA
organized as a 's, spent have work in the school' previous to ,I ,' ....Ii'
t t' $10 per month was granted !board of county commissioners mother, :Mrs. Josie Hall. last week.E. transacting: business at the this term and proved their ability 1 'r
R. L. Gibson, of Gainesville was a
r Thi clerk was instructed to notify M. Click, of Jacksonville was a county site Attendance is good.
Frank Starling having died visitor here last week.R. : ,j' ,;
M' the insurance agents that the businessisitor, here Math\ 1-
firm\ of Friday Mr. and Mrs.! Gilyartl were A. A, :McDonald, who lint been attending ,
stricken :M. Cason has
ordered from the purchased Gray
n u"u Inman & Pitch write $->.01/1)/> on court automobile. a J. I. Dubose, of Starke, was a visitor vistiors to Starke Monday.Mr. \ to htifinos sin Puval county t .

roll. I house; Peek & Burns $:?,;;Otl, and J. to Lawtey Sunday.Mr. and Mrs.\ E. M.\[ Huzen were in for 1'1'I'l1'l'k..., spent the week-un3 J t +
\ solution received from the R. Davis & Co., $2,500 all of whirh :Mrs. Jim Varnes and children, Ramie and Mrs. L. A. Mare and children Hampton Sunday afternoon. x with his family here. 4Y

., -: if public instruction of Brad- is due in August, 1923! : then 81t the Hubert and Bessie spent the and GuN Loadholtz were visitorsto An election was held hero and 'at This week woe stir about week nt :i ;
the board week-end in :Starke::; with'friends and t
? 'r( unty asking: to ns- insurance on jail and furniture comes relatives Sanderson Saturday and Sunday Tine Hill Saturday. for the purposeof Hampton\ K. Henry and family left

'en mills for general school pur- due same to be divided so that each Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newsom, of consolidating these two school dis for ZI."h 'I'hillll. where they will nmko t S /
Mrs. B. B. Sanders of Atlanta Ga. r,
ordered filed. ,
md same shall have
agency equal share as friends.Jim Starke, spent Sunday here. tricts. It wu unanimously carried. their future home. C. E. Harper and t
is here .
Mtiniates; received from special nearly as may be. Pine Hill school will be transferred ton
Prescott, of Highland, was family located I in the Henry residence
Vurnes spent !Monday\ in Palatka -
pool! districts numbered 1, 2, 3,
u The hoard hero and this will Rive the pupils of
took up the matterof town Saturday on business Main street K. B. Watterson and
| -7 I 8 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 15 on business.
4, both schools better advantages and
making ,
an estimate of the neces- E. D. G. W. Roberts was a visitorto family moved In the Sullivan house.
Jones visitor
was a to the
18 and 19 asking that certain
1 ii sary expenses for the fiscal year from county site Sunday.Mrs. Jacksonville Saturday Brooker school will rate as a junior J. D. Wnrd located in the Jones residence ( Jg

ni'iiiK' be assessed against all prop- October 1, A. D. 1923, to September W. S. Nabb continues ill to Graham Boyd, of Starke, was in high! school. ) and K.: Williams und family

I lirll:> n said districts: 30, A. D. 1921:! I, and having consideredthe the regret of her friends.Mr. town Monday.Mrs. Tom Mills, of Graham, was transacting located in the Griffin cottage Hump- 1

V;" t'for 3 mills. receipts' estimated many Leonard Wilson business here Monday has Tilled and there
by the clerk and Mrs. W. II. Smith motoredto of Jacksonville ton up is a d@o'
for 10 mills.
:Ni 2 and the valuation of the property of Starke Friday. I IL. spent Saturday and Sunday in wand for wore\ houses. '1
Ni. .H for 8 mills. the county as shown by the assessment II I Lawtey with relatives. FIVE: MII.K Mrs.\ I K. L. Dirt wan shopping in j, f

No .t for 3 mills. rolls Mrs. 11. G. .
prepared by the tax assessor Rembert, of Jacksonville Starke Monday.
:Nfor' > :3 mills. and having given full consideration .\Wn Y i was the guest the Fourth of Mr. Jo'iVl'Iile! July 13.-Among those Miss Jennnctte Punlvn of Tampa! I '

NV., (0\ for 7 mills. of the needs and necessities of and, Mrs.\ T. J. Terry. spending the fourth here with relatives was the guest of her uncle, A. A. Dur-

N" 7 for 3 mills. the county and the requirements for Lawtey, July 13.-George F. Young Clarence Marr, of Highland, was in and l friends! were ;Mr. and Mrs. den, Sunday. I 11

Ni. K for 5 mills. the different purposes to meet the expenses returned home Sunday from a ten town Saturday. George Williams, of Trilby, !Mr. and J. F. HouHcr is spending u few daysin

Ni 10 for 6 mills. during the said fiscal year, days business trip to Baltimore. Clyde Moseley und James Godwin Mrs. Louis Williams, of Manning, Fnbius und Flntrock, Alit He win

No. 11 for 10 mills. have determined and do hereby declare A son was born to Mr.. and !Mrs.\ J. were visitors to Jacksonville duringthe Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Ernest Johns, of Okn- once n resident of Fabius! und write "

N(. 12 for 3 mills the following to be the expenses G. Joyner, July 3rd. Fourth. humpku, Oscar I'arrish, of Ocala, hi is hits tog a pleasant visit with "

No 13 for 3 mills. and all special and extraordinary expenses : Miss Eunice Dinkins visited relatives Dempsey RigHby, of Titusville, wns I.onnie Thomas, May Holder, Bennie friends and relatives.

No 14 for C mills. contemplated for the fiscal in Tampa last week. here iSundiiy on a visit with relatives. and l barney Waters.S. Supt. 11. B. Wiggins and son, Or-

No 15 for 6 mills. year next ensuing and for which the Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his appoint- Mr. and Mm. Marion demons, of M. Carver, of Jacksonville, who rte, of Starke, were bunnies visitors i

Ni' 16 for 6 mills. revenue for the year 1923: from ad : ment at the Baldwin Baptist church West Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. C. in visiting relatives at Miller, win hero Monday. I

Ni(; .. 17 for 6 mills. valorem taxation, and the estimated :I Sunday. demons, and Mrs.\ Andrews, of Lake renewing acquaintances and shaking Prof. Puval, of Gainesville, spent 1

No 18 for 7 mills. receipts! from other sources will be Jeff Griftls and Andre Crews, of Butler, were guests Thursday of Mr hand with old friend in Five Mllu the week-end with friends, here. F r '

Ni. 19 for 7 mills. available: II Highland, spent Sunday here.W. and Mrs. Truby Willis. Monday. Mrs W. 1'. flirt nnd children, !Marvin 1

Resolution received from the vr,-( ESTIMATE': EXPENSES GENERAL FIND I E. Torode was transacting busi- Miss (j ate Wilkerson, of Maxville, M. A. Dukes, of Duties, celebrated and Florrle Belle, returned to
of public instruction of Bradford For the Floral Year Ending Stplfmhrr 30, nes sin Starke Tuesday visitor to 2nd din
1924. was a Lawtey Thursday his birthday July by a l''nie their home at Louise Saturday, after '
,'aunty, Florida, asking that a levy of Salary nf clerk of tho circuit court Dr. and !Mrs. W. J. Chandler returned Mr. and Mrs. Louis! Futch, of Vanderbilt ner. Among those from here who attended a visit with !Mrs. Dirt's sisters'

mi: I mills for interest and sinking an auditor and clerk _to___county___ __eommiMionera ___1.600.00- here Friday after spending a : were vitttiors here Saturday. were Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Draw- Miss !Eva Hodges. left Sunday for, I a

fund! be made upon the property embraced Per cliom.,_ end_ 00 mlleaice, __.___of_n eommUalonft _____ 600.00- few months in the North, and are the ; The W. M. U. of the Baptist church dy, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pukes, T. J. Wutertown, whertl she wiM' be the t

within the bonded school district Pay i>f nhrrlir, for attendance on county guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. God will serve Ice cream to the public on Dukes anti children guest of her sister, Mrs Milton :
ritmmiMlonorft ____ .___.__ QO.OO l t
numbers three and five, Stnrko SaUrlmi of Other Officere and Employee win. I Saturday. B. F. (1a ino/Y is spending, this weekin '$. R. Swindol, of Theressu, was in '

and Lawtey, all of which were ordered Attorney t for county commiMtlonem. 40 00Sufmrvlttor Miss Pearl Reddish, of Starke, was I 1 Ocala nnd vicinity in.search of a town on business' Saturday., I j

filed. .. of registration. _nn.. 240:00u.pa' : a visitor here Sunday. I BROOK ElI locution for u future home. W. I'. Diiughcity, of Sturkc, tilled I ,

The following resolution was re- to County. ._HulldlngatCnilrthoiue __.__.________._._ 10000 Quite a large number from here at- Ohio StokeH is visiting relatives in bin appointment hero Sunday.. k? '
reived, from the board of bond trustees ; Jail'/ ..... --------- 10000Furniture tended the entertainment at the state' this section while taking hm. vaca
-d-iit; ;;; fort Brooker, July 13.-Mm. T. C. Cle- !Master [", sHo'uk'h! who has been t i t
'Jf Bradford Florida and ___.______ ___... farm 4th.
county, fourthoUHe/ n 100 0(1( July mon.s, of Miami, was in town last tion. visiting Ills uncle, T. G. !Futch, of .'
anu, ,ordered filed: Jail Eiiirnin" of-County; i lidj .*I------- 100.00 After spending a few days! on their week visiting relatives. Mrs. Cle- !Miss Vera Dukes was the week-end! Leesburg, returned to, his. home here lt.
.limit.in and other attvndanta ____... 40009I.mht. Mr. and Mrs. G.V..
tour Pekle.
Starke Fla., wedding mons was once a resndcnt of our town guest of Miss Norma
fuel and water _.__.___?__ 4'10.011( Saturday. ,
June J9, 1023. Insurance -----nn-noo------ 100.00 Roberts arrived home first of the and will be remembered here as Miss Mrs. Atha Williams and, daughters. W. (h Seals and family, of Juckson. '
tare of County Poort
The hoard of bond trustees of Brad. Allowance madu to pauper. otltaldo of week.R. Mamie Pin holster. Lois and Alice, are guests of :Mr. and vine, have been visitors to Hampton h K
_____ ____
"ui, ounty, Florida, met in adjourn. C'oroner'a poor hoiMm InqueiUfrtee --- --- 1.600.00 1\\[. Tracy and Truby Willis were Fred Hazc-n spent the Fourth with Mrs. Juhn Williams. recently.Rev. .

v i' tension with the following named Insanity' of olfl.Inquiries...... Jurors and wltnoM.*. 200.00 visitors to Starke Sunday. friend, in Gainesville Jones, of Luke City, will lilt

nt-mliers present, as follows: E. S. t'_ nf olTtCfpi' end committees -.__ 100.00 Mr. und :Mrs. J. P. Wyrick and lit- Jno. Shriver spent part of lust week HIGHLAND: hm appointment here Sunday, July a.

Matthews, J. II. Ritch, A. A. burden, ni>ral Htationery.and Printing blunlul. .te_ 0000. 310.Oil" tle daughter left Friday for their visiting relatives. I' 4 1

n E Torode and J. C. Cone. Kccnnl Ailvertmintf. books. required. .___by...law.__._and__...paid... 850.00 home in Alexandria, Va., after spending Everett demons, of New Smyrna,, Highland. July 13.-B. II. Kicks, of 15th.Mrs.! A. M. Williams was a visitor m

Chi following resolution adopted, : f
Be it resolved, that the board of Tax aiwmuir. ; _. _dto"_--Officer____--_*--t___.__._Z.200 00 T. J. Terry. J. A. Surrency, of A del, (/a., was weeks visit with II. C. Wimberly and Tho dlllccrs, und teachers nf the .. ',

uiit commissioners of Bradford Tax Sheriff collector, RMivral. court. .work.____________.__.____1.80'.00 600.00 Edward, ;Marr, of Moore Haven, visited : in town lust week visiting relatives family. Methodist :Sunday school entertained, I / ItI'
\Jnt, Florida, be and they are here- Clerk circuit court, recording 0000 and gen relatives and friends! here Tues- ; und friends E.': Wilkinson was u "business. visitorto the school at Lnko Geneva July 4th l 3, /

'> requested to mako an assessment EXIWIUUM eral:: court of primary work: -and--general----- -destine ';- 160.00 .:Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clemons, of Lnwtey Thursday. with a picnic dinner. All report a j'
____.____ __ _. 80000 day.Hr. !Mrs. C. II. Kennel .
18 mills upon all the property of Iniluxini nn. 260.00 and !Mrs.\ E. L. Biggs, of Starke Key West, were in here last week visiting Mrs. J. A. Starling, pleasant time.ClIAItirV .

l Bradford county, Florida, to pay in. : Reserved for Contingnnclea;;----;;------,-::::::1,600.00: were guests of relatives here Thurs- the former's parents, Mr. and t und Miss Gladys; George r.turrl'I'd
orrat on the road bonds and also to Total -- ----------M.KIOIM' Mrs. J. E. Clemons. Thursday from a visit with relatives HATH ITS KKWAIIDS!: ;
rente a sinking fund to retire said ESTIMATE OP ;:ipF. FUNDE! AND FORFEITURE day.Miss Ethel Drawdy, of Jackson- L. R. Gainey has haij' his store re- at Lawtey.C. .

bonds at maturity, and that an assess- For the Final lear Ending September to ville, spent Sunday here with rela- covered.( A. Guess, of Jacksonville, was A shabbily dressed man was standing I +

ment of four mills be made for gen- Shi-riff and deputies. ItU cost bllb In crlm- tives. Mrs. Nellie Gainey spent the weekend transacting' business hero Thursday., on the streets of Washington, D. rat? 0C

'ral loot caiioa --_ .1,600.00Conalabloi. at Trenton. J. L. Briggs, of Jacksonville, was window of nearby house ) '
road At the a
oases and
purposes. cwt bllla In criminal 600.00Clerk Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lang "
The clerk of the circuit court hav- of the circuit. .court,_coat.. bllla.__In 50.00 baby, of Maxville, were visitors here Marvin Huzen- of Winter Park, and a business visitor here Friday after- a woman observed persons who were ; '1
criminal Coors *-- '
mil prepared estimates'ot revenuesand County Judge.. set bills In criminalJiinticii Thursday. Vascoe Hazen, of Gainesville, spent noon. passing occasionally step up to him
cues ____ __.____ .1.2011.00 the Fourth here 'with their parents,, G. II. Barker left Monday for Jack Touched at
from other than Bliss and some
receipts sources of t'he'pcacei coaL bill. In criminal Mrs. S. A. Bryan and Ollie pass money.
from taxes to be levied reasonably to 150.0Q Marr, of Starke, motored to Lawtey Mr.\ and Mrs. E. M. Hazen. sonville and Tallahassee, where he expects this scene, the woman hurriedly wrote :

b',' ''xpecfed from the first day of Octolll'r County tian (_praerutingattorneyconvlc. VtU _______..____---.--- W-W Sunday.Mrs. J. S. Forsyth has moved his family to be for a week.D. a note,."Ncver city (die," und placing st" +

A. D. 1923, to the 30th day of County tinn (...proH...
September, A. D. 1924, and the said, feM .?___...---_-___- BOO.OO the! future. relatives here Sunday. out Rnd1'1/ \VII it to the man t
Court ateniwrrapher. in insolvency eases 60.00Sh.If' Macclenny[ Sunday, after spending a Sev..ralattended the social given at Mr. und :Mrs. W. G. Crews, O. II. t
'stimates col- Four days later, returning from .n ,
having been properly cer- communion on lines eta.
I lieattOfl .__..._-_._____ I 50.OU few days'with'her son, J. B. Rowe. the home of W. M. Harrell, of Bradford Barker and W. L. Dixon, spent Sunday she accost '
'I'x-d under oath, were ordered spread pWonir---__.____.__ 7M'M Mr. and, Mrs.[ Doyle Boyer and babyof shopping expedition, was
F..hnor the
r with relatives and friends at
the In criminal ....., countyami I Thursday night.W. ed the who said 1 us he hand v' .
upon the minutes of the board and 1'oy of Juror by man
.. _____.._ Jacksonville, spent a few days here
courta" "
.irigmnla filed as a part of the records! Juatice p_ice____.?____.___n._. f5Dimnfectant JanftrtnuaM F. Atkinson left last Friday afternoon Mate farm.C. I.d her a roll of bills: v 1 / ,
___. ...._.... with relatives. for Donaldxville Ga., where E. Junes, of Jacksonville, wenta
Jail "J'JXKiaorved ,
: Never
if at $31.
) the "Here lady-
board, and in words and figures contingenclee _._._....LowingTotal you
for !Miss Eva Reddish was a visitor to here Tuesday afternoon
business visitor -
lie has for month's visit "
a. follows gone a Say Die' won the race at 10 to 1.
: ____-_.-__._.___.___.-7.8SO.IIO Jacksonville Wednesday.Tate 'relatives. ,

Jeneral Oc Fund: It was thereupon resolved that the Blockman, of the'I. H. C., of !Man and Leila Mae! Andrews were 11. Wilkinson went to Muxville on

fal.: upational and railroad license clerk of the court be directed to have Jacksonville, was the guest Friday of /guest! of relatives in Alachua during/ Tuesday, ; for a visit with his daughterMrs. ASPIRINSay .
the foregoing estimates as made by Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. the: Fourth. T. T. Blackburn.

A r. 'iii! ,
f"II' $1300.00. this county by one insertion and town Saturday.J. David, Lang were visitors to Starke I "Bayer" and Insist! II
and Forfeiture Fund: certi-
!I. that a Copy thereof properly W. 1... Pinholster, of Pine Hill!, Saturday. ,' '
I fu nes, $2500.00. fied be forwarded to the comptrollerof RESULTS TELLThere attended the Masonic lodge last Sat- Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Miss Win- A "f f N
board then adjourned as! aboard
of Florida.It in the
the state urday afternoon. ifreil Wimberly were shopping

of county commissioners! and was further resolved that a meeting R A. Andrews, of Winter Haven, metropolis Tuesday

'reranized as a board of equalizers. of this board be held on the 6th was! visiting relatives here during the A. K. Williams and, B. B. William !

The tax assessor having presentedhi day of August, A. D. 1923, at which Can Be No Doubt About the week-end. were business visitors to Jacksonville 9'
books showing the assessed valuation shall be Result In Starke. .
time the foregoing estimates with Saturday.Miss t.
Result tell the tale, Royce Gainey spent Sunday :
I" the of property for examination taken up and considered and acted up- All doubt Is remove,*. friends: at Graham. Winifred Wimberly, B. II. t.I
board in compliance with on, and at the same time the levy for The testimony of a Starke citizen. Nelson Green, of Starke, was a visitol' Darker and II. C. Wimberly, Jr., motored I)

requirements of Section 23 of Chapter the year\ A. D. 1923 shall be made. Can be easily\ Investigate{ to our town last Sunday after-; to Lawtey Monday.
--96. Laws of Florida and the the
The clerk was ordered to see Wuat" hotter proof can b.. hadT noon. (
board t
of county commissioners hav- sheriff and arrange contract tot the W. E. Dougherty minister, Cherry J. E. Clemons spent the week-end. ,_ HAMPTON

"fcriven: notice for fifteen days by plumbing needed at courthouse and St.. Starke. says: "Doan's Kidney near Trenton.A. -

Publication in the Bradford County I, jail, as the old plumbing is in a very Fills did ma lute of g "leKraph at backaches caused by tJnt- urn the nom "Bujwr" mpattksgar t
published terrible
a newspaper bad condition. from Plant this week. Brooker, was a business visitor to you
at City
'tarke difficult time to got or on talilnte yet are not (?"*- la'
in the county of Bradford, business the malaria I had a
that There being no further could! not work much la The election for school trustees was Hampton this week. intf the jprnuin* (layer product prnnrUml J
and I
this around
board would meet on board adjourned until the regular of the terrible held last Saturday and the following; Mrs. P. B. Hunt was shopping in by phyoiciaA/ Her LWt1OL-tw. )
day as a board of equalizers for the in Au- my garden on account .( safe by million fur
meeting on the first In the mill of my back. The were elected: II. P. Gainey, T. C. Ha Gainesville; Monday.Mrs. your an prov '
"Tose of i hearing complaints and gust, 1923.!) kidney pains secretions passed tOt of tea zen and R. A. Weeks. S. M. Simmons has been visiting Colds. Hi-adieehii.. dj p'f '

feciMving" testimony as to the value G. W. ALDERMAN: and were the color of rll,1 brick. A Ina Colson, of Pine Hill, was in \ a week In Waldo. Toothache LiunbagwEtvrscho Rheumatism

jj any property, real, personal or Clerk and Auditor. friend told ma to try Iun'a Kidney town the first of the week visiting her P. :M Geiger, of Theressa, was attending Neuralgia. Pain P.,ill 4 ,

No Pills and two boxes cured mlt of the) aunt. Mrs. G. B. Colson. to business here last Satur t
Worm In a nealthy Child Accept "n y"r Tablets of Aspirin- '
A'lrhildraa' troubled with Worm have a..a .uam 'ife-It.s great to be a man. One attack." Mrs. Jno. Surrency and children, of day.Cleveland only. Each:. unbroken &(f< contain ,
.-' ... Price 60c. at. all dealers Doa'tsimply Sullivan of Theressa, handy ", ,.... of t
.JL" "*'***** Isdkae: poor blood sad and years whilea Graham, were visitors here Monday. pro I"' '' dirwtionn.
thoore disturb*!** suit lasts for years ask for a kidney remedy-g t .. low wnU Dnig'
mon 01'1 Momach for E. T. Stewart was a visitor to Graham was the guest of his mother, Mrs. J. twelve t bl U MeL %
evE. S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC Uv..i re5aIarl woman must have a new dress Doan's KUaey Pills-the same that also evil biitbw of 24 and lilt' ).
<.r '"oor tb... weks wltnrlcb the bluart. Dnujrbertr bad Fonter-Mllburn Sunday. P. Sullivan, Saturday. mute in this tra.1. ma.rk of Bayer +.
In party. Mr. Aspirin
imveth.d4sabe.aadectaaateaerustreaatb-: every T. C. Hazen attending to business Miss Eva Williams has recently MwoaywIteaoiJwTW of
'." Ti that's why one suit nato : ?Mfr Buffalo. N. Y was Manufacttim of :
J' >nirtotK..iol..y". .n,. Nature wlllli! Wmwoitrrdl.oUh,worm*..odiii.Chlld.l! I. man for years and years. in Macon, G.., first of the week. been the truest of her cousin, Mrs.I Salieyliuaeht. \ Aw
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; ; [tars read;"A Good Sustention !" Care of County Poeri --- _
\f: 1 1 i these canals which, in many cases, will not only be a crime to die of I invited to Allowance made to pauper ,,
Bradford outs d
\ County Telegraph of'fertile Robs Calomel of ," by T. DeWitt Talmage and poor hmum "
lands also -
drain vast but -----
areas typhoid fever, a crime to die .. I Coroner'* Inqueti ----------..; It
'I -:--.. ,:_::..=:::==-=- nerve as! canals for moving crops to under seventy-fixe years of age/ toms l'In..nlt{ ;Inlqutrle1i' :: ! mil centers by boat. It is said thatno of diabetes, Eright's disease, the Nausea and Danger DiWitt Tal age said: Fore of officer mid eommi'ttc, il II
Published weekly and entered as to preaching. Peter and 1 lot ,
1 state in the Union offers so many various cardiac vascular diseases "La: us all go Stationery General; Printing! ,
( ,
UiUonery blank .
I "j' second class matter, at the post inducements! as the state of Florida and possibly cancer. Researchesat was rover a sophomore, nor John n Kword book ... etc- -. --. Ir ,'I

i office at Starke, Florida. in the matter of drainage canals. the present moment point in Medicinal Virtues Retained and Improved freshman. Harlan Page never heard Ailvertlamv for' by county required_ byTaV'un__ ,! I;;d ;,It

$ = __ -_ -- The larger prospects referred to the direction of a far greater -Dangerous and Sickening that a tmgent to the parabola bisects Tax C omml aafleflior scone paid. .to.Officer_ "t 't'
t, I E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor I and Owner are the waterways from the interiorto length of life of singfe cells than Qualities Removed Perfected Tab the angle formed at the point of contact Inc eulluctor ".:::""-------- .: 1"1 I II
1 I the icean. THemany fresh water has been supposed. The complexity let culled "Calotubs." by a perpendicular to the' direc-, Sheriff Clorl""lreull court, wording work ,in, | :.t'I'"'II 11
$ .1. lakes and the natural contour of the of the human body together trix and a line drawn to the focus. If Ural, court work ____ aExptMra '. '
PL'DLISHED EVERY FRIDAY country makes it possible to build canals with the problem of harmonizing The latest triumph of modern science George Mueller should attempt chemical lion primary-.._____and_. Btnei.ii; ?<. *
is "de-nauseated1' calomel tablet in a philosopher'slaboratory Indexing :I"" __,_ K"HHcntrtkd +
i f from the' interior of Florida to human thought with body func- a experiments for Contingency- _""_ ::a-**
1' ; at moderate known to the drug trade as "Calo- he would soon blow himself =
water better
deep points very tion must be understoodby
b SUBSCRIPTION RATE Total ______n_______. _
cost Interior Florida is, after all, the human family in order to tubs Calomel, the most generally up. And hundreds of men, grandly ESTIMATE sas' ri'
, Per Year __- _________________$2.00BRITAIN the great productive district of the prolong life. useful of; all medicines thus enters on useful, were never struck on com- i O'li i FU\D t; tip r'oG
' wider field of popularity-purified mencement stage by a bouquet flung." ShfrilT and dVpiillM, colt bills 'm", cr.,, ,
state. If, as the physician quoted, say it u i innl coati .
SUPPLIES PRECEDENTSeizure : It is of more than passing interestin is "crime to die under seventyfiveyears and refined from those objectionable from the lad'es1 gallery. Quick! Let I. ConMHblim, cut blib In crime'; ,':'" 'M,
Clerk of the circuit
r I"j this connection to take an accountof of age," of certain diseases, qualities which have heretofer limited! us find our work-you preach a sermon I criminal...* .court_curt._. ,J, '
j ; its give a tract, you hand a County Judge, cot !'Iila I in 1IM."+ ," ,.: i
j by the United States of liquor the possibilities for interior Flor- which he names, then it is a greater use. you I J onatj .
In biliousness constipation, headaches flower give n i l Jute: of th-----------: ,; :"' 14inul
in British vessels "under seal" ida In connection with the deep water crime to live and suffer from preventable you sing a song/ you "

i l' ,. has) resulted in diplomatic controversy. harbor at Canaveral point, near Cocoa diseases as do many people and indigestion, and in a great crutch to a lame man, you teach the I c. /'a'lIilnir:::: -attorney j: ,",? /tN'

,W Wf ,. ; :'" The United States claims that it Here is a deep water harbor -those who do not safeguard their variety of liver, stomach and kidney I Sabbath class their ABC, you knit i|Ci.ruy Jon fc,.m.>-cutinic 11I2J: .attornrc--.. ., ', :*
Wi troubles calomel was the most successful of socks for a foundling, you tlon fee.r 1'JiiS ___ _-_ -
:' health a pair -
that has the Florida east by using ordinary commonsense I "
i I ; is,, within its legal rights under international no equal on 1 Witnc, fee* _.._.. B
y much less consul remedy, but its use was often pick a splinter from a child's finger.Do Court 6'
\ agreement, and perhaps it is. const. This is not a matter of con- by frequent itenonrapher In inaultcnrv'T 'Ii,
, Lloyd George former premier of England jecture. Engineers; from the United tation with their physicians for the neglected on account of its sickening something!" Sheriff IwU'd commission_on fine.. (Ie. c.?
qualities. Now it is the easiest nid W. E. DAUGHERTY, Feeding prUoners_ ._,_ ,,.
: States after makinga i of keeping in good physical I '
r holds: the same view.. The present war department, purpose Pav of juror In criminal coat*-. ,mun. ; *
j British premier, however, questions thorough survey place this high estimate condition and thereby avoiding many most pleasant of medicines to take. Minister. and J I18tl.. peace court .
lnfctnnt l ._.
s J/ American authority. on this harbor. With Florida of the ills to which flesh is heir. One Calotab at bedtime, with a swallow -- Guard at tail II
./ of water-that's all. No taste I for
It rapidly coming to the front as one of nil well to call of :Miami KuHvrveii cuntgencie/
; has remained for the Rev. _Dr. Ifs very on u physician Sixteen miles northwest ,
I Wilson, Washington, to show how the best producing states in the Union when one is sick, but it is n no griping, no nausea, no salts. A j on the west bunk of the Iial1\ll'allsl. Total '

1/ lame the British premier's position is. this port is bound to be made a great deal better and less expensive, good nights sleep and the next morn- where now sits one of the completedsugar II ;NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I I'tY; ,
(/ He has recalled the fact'' that when large use of. A railroad will of necessity to seek the medical man's advice when ing you are feeling fine, with n clean mills of the Pennsylvania com U.NDEII !HFCflON S7S OF rur Ugly

fl Great. Britain pained", the Plimsol act be constructed from the InterIor one is in health in order that illness liver, a purified system and a big ap- puny, costing u million and a half dol- Hereby notice GENERAL I la green STATUTES thin'; 1 U' |I' 4 i

' !, 1 making her merchant marine load according to the port. There is also ample may be averted. Enlightenment con petite. Eat what you please. Nodnngpr. lars, surrounded by 3,600 acres of I. respectively purrhiwer of 811 tax and sale 8tS.ci"ilifltnt.booedcuutelur ,' s"u, ,. ..5 M,

to law, !she refused! to allow inducements for an inland waterway cerning the physical body is as important growing" cane, with a eapaciyty for of Mradford count' I I" t ,.,*I
Calotabs are sold only in original, ciTtlllcBlm. being Unu-.l. .1 I.h, in., .
t any American vessel to land at net! connecting with this harbor.-Orlanlo as enlightenment of the mind grindinur 1,5(10( tons of cane every '! 1houl'l Sled avid cortlllcatr In my tin. y;
i ports unless loaded in accordancewith Itaporter-Star. -many people do not seem to think sealed, packages, price thirtyfivecents and the production ref approximately HcCfinlnnce made application with Inw.for tax ,.1.I < '1 t

that act Dr. Wilson not only so, else consultations with their physicians for the large family package, 150 tons of refined sugar daily Sitlfl certificate rcKpectc'following ) ,'\' '/0/
ten cents for the small, trial package. land* in Bradford I .',...?, I iHxawMod
cites the fact but reviews the ensuing WHAT JUKES: BAD SPELLERS? would be more frequent. I a' sugar plant secofij to none on at tho dare of the t- ,i..rv It t
Your druggist) is authorized to refund certUICtt In the nami i. ,<..' ...
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11 I controversywhich resulted in Another evidence that people are that will the :North American continent in the fnaftvr. particularly ft.t huh,
American! compliance with the act. Can you spell osteopauthyrosis ? If indifferent about their health, when the price as 'guarantee you point of modern equipment and efficiency Certificate No. Ill .ml",..." s ..,
be thoroughly delighted with Calotabs. Quarter of Northweat Quurtt t ,\ '* Hal
'It Great Britain could compel the not, can you spell bed ? they are well, is in the fact that they one year ago last Februarywas of Northwest Quarter & =Num.' .. ."
.-(Adv.) 7-fl-13t .... .
' or Southwest Quarter. St K. I
( American merchantmen to load according Some people can spell one as well do ninny foolish things that, while merely a spot on the saw grass iJi E. ICil acres, assntsed Mm I' II I li,,,,. R.
to law enacted by her parliament of the of Florida Crrtlflrnto No. HIS embroci," < .," 0 _
us the other. Some can spell onu as doing, they know will impair their prairie Everglades; Northeast Quarter St"' 10. 11, -!M i .I
most assuredly the United badly as the other.A physical condition, bring on sickness adjacent to eight hundred acres nf E.. NO acre.. asHtst.cd M.... E H l I''"- !

... States can compel Great Britain to successful business man who can- and drscase. Thus, people eat things I With The ChurchesMETHODIST Ii growing cane.BUDGET according UnltSH aiiiil to law.certificate tax' deed hell,ul.!1 i I I"." ',,,4.

,an forfeit any goods! contraband under not spell the simplest words, when they know they should not eat, or --,- -----. --- ,--, on the IHth day offlcllil of August \,,. lWltnMW l I' _
slKnntui. .
my i'I l
i ,). 'i,4 American law, which British ships college wrote his father for money they eat more than they know is good FOR BRADFORD COUNTY the 11th day of July, A. D. ll.jiO. '

\.. bring into American ports. No soyerelgn and signed his! request, "Your lovingsun. for them to eat. And they suffer. Clerk Circuit Court. Drool W.U I .d'I>1'-'1.M, t' ,

f i a. \ nation can claim a right whichSJu ." His. father returned the letter So it goes all along the line of Sunday 'school at 10:00: n. m. L. For the Fiscal Year 1924.Ending. September 30, 7-13-Ct-S-10.(SEAL) ( By C..1 I I KS), ,'Ml/

I.\ is not perfectly willing" haveotht'Rsovereign with the statement that he would get: health impairment, when the application A. Davis, Jr., superintendent. .:..:_ +

fit ." nations exercise. This no money until he could spell correctly. of ordinary common sense, und Preaching 11:00: a. m., and 8:00: p. I. ESTIMATE EXPENSES: GENERAL FUND Notice 1 In hereby NOTICE Given that II. n i ,J
n Is a fundamental principle of Inter. The young mnn bent his mind! to occHttional consultations with a com m., by the pastor, Rev. L. B. Simpson. Salary ..f clerk of the circuit court tin* been appointed. admin,IM,, *.
natlonnl'r.iw.-Ex. HN auditor and ,clerk to county ovmmiHHlunfn 'tutu of Joe Dtlmeherl dccfiiMuil I I.r I hi-
I the task and finally evolved "Your petent physician, would assure con- < -1.500.00 ford county l'l..rha.. and nil >.. d l '. .a*
q Per diem anti mileage of oommiBittan- ,twin, cliHtributtfCti and heir ,n"t ,,1 I
; loving soon." His[ father gave up and tinuance of health, avert sickness, Prayer meeting Wednesday eveningat ers era600.00 10'the hnvlnw eluinm or dronui' i non
A l.ERSf'I.IIF.HlC.I: : :\1 I the disease death-the latter for a rca Pay of Cherie for attendance on county until pBtut will prcnent them, t > "t
sent ,
1 money. 8:00.: Everyone cordially Invited. cnmmiiuminera -_-__...--_... 60.00 Miirnpd. duly, nuth':nticfitutl.MM:; :,, ,:> n. ,;;
I Tim. man is one or the best wing sonable length: of time, n.Ie nt.me Salarien of Other Officer and Employee from dnte or the Name will In, nu 1
-. --- -- cited thin the 11th day i i1Q..3. ,
.1. Hamilton Lewis, former congress- j shots In his state. The thing that number of deaths due to preventable Attoini-y for county commlwilonora40.00( .
'Vman from Illinois, distinguished makes him a good wing shot makes I diseases is appalling. Dr. PRESBYTERIAN PtlpervUor, of reirlBtrntinn ._._____ 240.00 ORTELLA>1"(..11, alA
Repair* to County UulldlngnCourthouse I "
among other things by his ornate, him a bad "speller, Burrett asserted that "the preventable 100.00 X. ADK1NS
carefully-groomed of pink whiskers : Suffer the word of exhortations. .i..tl .. _.? 100.00 Uorney .for: Etatu.Ir1eVi .
crop of death far in
i Now why can this man not spell? causes are excess Furniture and Fixture fortCourthuu -
arrived in a small Iowa city to Obey them that have the guidanceover ._ 100.00
of deaths
Why can you not spoil ? Possibly! by war and gross accidents"und for watch for Jml( -. 100.00 ( 1-lstCI.1u! Call: Fea,
: they
address the state bar association. Air. you yoursouls -
like Andrew Jackson, you think "it i Is yet we shudder as arp recounted Exprniti1 of County lIulldlnlr".lunH.'I ? .
Lewis into town as they that must give-account, < and othur attendant 100.00i.ight. rratore vitality aut jueciiy oy fdtlfruutrlchlnti
dropped ununnounc- -
that cnttitrpell the terrifying losses of human ,
mighty ignorant man fuel and water .__ 400.no the blood. Y n jnfee
,t Hl I, and the only vehicle to be found a word more than one way." upon the fields of battle. The word that they may do it with joy, and not Insurance .. --_ .__-._ lQ .OO H.iiL Mvliiurattaa, : Err. "

1' w 'at the station was a butcher's truck, Hut, in nil probability it Is because i "preventable" is not liS well understood with grief: for that is unprofitablefor

't 'f i; so he gladly accepted die otter of the when you were in the first grades/ of as it should be, else would more you. Hebrews 131722.:

f butcher's young son to drive him to school trying to learn to spell you hat people bo 'in good health, free from Sunday school at 10 a. m. I:t '.
his destination. The lad, apparently Preaching services 11 a. m. and 8 I tI
: defective evesiirht. sickness and disease. If the people
; well]) read in the topics of the day, You were probably far-sighted or will let them, reputable physicians p. m. Ii IiI '
t I, took one look at Mr. Lewis' famous Cordial invitation to till ,I ,
M near-sighted or slightly: cross-eyed. stand ready to help them to keep well
whiskers and then and there decided You saw the words indistinctly or and live even beyond the allotted T. J. HEDGES,
; that he had nt bin. side first class Minister.
1 a crooked. They were; photographed on three score and ten years.-Times- ,
example of bolshevism your brain cranked. You remember Union. ,
At any rate the )'ounJ.l'Illlp\ began them crooked. As a conllt'luence'you BAPTIST! CHURCH BULLETINLast :

1 talking earnestly to the former congressman spell them crooked and always will. I.'Jm\ITIIE: SANCTUMS:

'I l, about the greatness of According to Dr. Lightner Witmer Sunday was another of the

S G. America und the privileges of American of the University of Pennsylvania, Disgorgeoa Said It good days we are enjoying in the _

I citizenship The boy wag so filled this is the cause of at least one-hull Several of the gubernatorial candidates work and worship of God. Bible

!F with the old-timu pride of America probably three-fourths, of all ball were able to disgorge( able addresses school' was large/ the morning congregation -
t and all things! American gupporte'dby spellers.! on the F'ourth.-I'lant City extending into the school

a knowledge of the privileges nnllol'Portunitil'K Albert Edward Wifrpta'm made these C'ourier. i room, while the evening brought out a

? L nlfortlcd, that he could statements in a lecture at Cham- full house. To many, the First Day ;

i not let slip the chance to make a con- aign! 111. The chairman was one of! What Have the Ividt Dime to You? of the week la still the "Day of all :

vert of a man he assumed to be an he: most brilliant preachers in the We want better men and women the best, emblem of eternal 'rest."

alien, with u mind fllletl with hatredof state. Ho sprung to his feet and said: and a higher rate of mortality in infancy :Next Sunday the usual! services will 1!

nil government. For once the speaker has told the and childhood, and to get thesewe be held. Bible school at 0:45: ; a. in., II

f, We of the later generations are truth.: All my life I have been unnble must give our girls every opportunity followed by the hour of worship at ,I
prone to look lightly\ even contemptuously to; spell. Recently the greatest ocu- : to become better mothers.- 11:00. The pastor will present the ,

on the old-fashioned "spread lint i In Europe told l me it was) all because Dade City Banner third 'sermon on the subject of Pure '''I'I'I

eagle" .style of patriotic oratory, but when I was a child, my patents V Religion, the topic being "Its Prac I'' Starts \bu1bwaid the Ownership of a

1 ; it !Is n question whether these grandiloquent lid not know enough: to fit my eyes Aw, Get That tooth I'ulll'dvery tical Itower.' '

1'e outbursts did not do more to with a pair of spectacles" How long will !it be before we will B. Y. P. U., both senior and junior, ,''I

; foster pride In our country and respect We learn music by ear but we lenin have a tobacco, tea and chewing gum will meet at 7:00: p. m. e

' for its institution! than they to; spell by eye. Columbia University limit on the high seas ? Surely not The service at 8:00: will be conducted

II,'.. were generally /given credit for. We has found one method U as good as long at the present rate of fanaticismwe on the church lawn, should the

have quit boasting, of which we may i another. The old fashioned spoiling are traveling.Macclenny Stan- weather be favorable, if, not, the Illustrated
and in short time will Have of
have done overmuch, to pick flaws, : bee can't he improved upon. (lard. sermon will be given in the a you a car

i and as a result we have !grown careless Hut why 'Iin not children tell, their church. Bring the family, friends and your own. Then all "out-of-doors" will- be

I 5t in thinking und talking about folks .ihnut their eve! ? It it> heeunce Loafing tin His Job visitors. I yours to enjoy with your family.

\\I;, And in appreciating the priceless pos- they think the world looks that way Booze, gambling and lewdness run. f Think of the comfort the and
i f "'": session we have. We need more of to everybody else ning riot (ever the 'mini. Five churches HOLDING: REVIVALS pleasure
the spirit of that butcher boy. We Three children out of ten are svf- in our own little city and not sufficient J happiness which will be yours.

I can stand more of the strutting pompousness feting dreadfully from eye strain. religious activity to even make Mr. Walter E. Harman, professor Buy under the terms'of the
i of the old-tim Fourth of of Biblical Literature and William D. your car
Pain in the eye Is not a rare symp- the devil's work interesting to him.- j
July ora ton who made the welkin tom. Inverness Chronicle. Daugherty, singing! evangelist: both ;

i '1 ring with their praises of America, Give: you Swn child a fair chanco. pf Millegan College, closed! month's t

J and less of pink tea radicalism whispered Fort Myers Press. What' Eating You Krother- meeting at the beautiful nu'v brick\ ,

""r o behind the close drawn curtains There is nothing so bad in the world church in Butler, Tenn., on June 2i, ,

of a secret room. Give us more butch. A CRIME TO DIE BEFORE 73; an selfish contention. And in the with a total of 43 additions: increasing hP
i'' er boys with the1 heart of that one in whole range of human imagination the church membership( 30 percent

r: town, even if their minds are befuddled An eminent physician, Dr. Claude there is nothing to vompare to a sel- and they are now engaged: an For as little as $5, you can select the Ford
by J. Ham Lewi*' pink whiskers.Ex. A. Ourrett, of Rochester) told more fish nagging woman: She can'make evangelist campaign at Mountain( 'City and order We
want place
s _, then; a thousand! members of his pro- the days blue and the nights hideout.> Tehn. After Ita'close, Mr. JT lau .herly' you your at once.
will this
f*,?alor, cssumbletl in convention in She destroy the real Incentive to live. will go to Starke, Fla., to assist his put money in a local bank for youat

FLORIDA ENT.INRERINCJKCTS:: : : 'HO- Atlantic City, recently( that the "time ":".la bj'ngs tfp children with none of father W. E. Daugherty in a revival interest. Each week you add a little

; is "near when It will! be n crimeto the qualities of a normal child. She there. more. This also draws interest. Soon your

die under, seventy-five Y"'UII' make), death a welcome visitor to I It is scheduled to continue throughthe I payments, plus the interest earned, makes

A writer in an engineering! publication of age*' Members of the family which Is subjected -* entire month of August, after the car your own. Come inl! Let us give
h" says that Florida furnishes a The medical profession today, more to her evil influence. She hunts that "Bill," as he is familiarly known full
about this
rich fielil for big engineering projects.! than ever, perhaps Is working hard for causes to create disturbance. She in Rockwood, will enter Phillip's Uni- you particulars new plan.
t ': According to this. writer, there are rind unceasingly: to kce,) people well, sees but one side of any question, thatIs versity at Enid, Oktii., to complete: I
qt r RO many undeveloped acres! of rich I I to prevent rather! than cure dif ease. her side anti comfort. She makes his) education.-Rockwood (Tefln.j! ,

Boil that are dependent upon engineering \ ,'Enlightenment: with reference to. the life hell for the home and the com Times! I ;

y alone to bring them into prof. right ways of living in health, la their munity, and dies in green old age I, '
itable cultivation that engineers will method of accomplishing that which without having done one good thing) <'IIUSTBCIIIJItCH :NOTES II I Ii

i. be turning! to this inviting Held soon. they are trying to do. Not until recently hat would claim a lasting memory. i J. W. ANDREWS.JR.

h The further fact ia brought out that hat the medical profession 1"t." Lauderdale Senti el. Sunday was a !good day at Hampton. I Authorized Dealer '/,

; the engineering projects necessary to awakened to the obligation they owe -- Large audiences and fine atten I LINCOLN:: FORD FORDSON '
the proper development of Floridaare to the public in the matter of health NOTHING:' TO IT dance. The"' fifth Sunday conventionof I STARKE. FLORIDA : '.

not expensive as compared to similar and enlightenment, said Dr. Burrett. "Do these 80-hour dancers really the churches of Christ of Union '

I projects in other states.: This is Further along In his address he Raid: dance?" inquires an exchange. We and Bradford counties will convene in :

t' I .'. due to the fact that in dredge work We are at a time when having suppose they do, if Willie's description Hampton ort July 28th and 29th. Plan ff .

)) \ and canal work there Is so little rock saved the Iivt'lI'ot, children, the I is correct. "Dancing t is easy," he to attend. ,

j.. to delay with and so few heavy cuts problem of continuing the lives of told his mother, after his first lesson. Bible school and preaching ,at the f

to make. adults is confronting the race "All you have to do is! to' turn around I church here' next Lord's Day at )0 '--

!\ It is interesting to note, too, that The time Is near at hand when itt and keep wiping your feet. and 11 a. m. and at 8U': p. rn. All

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ma Robinctte Hilda Struth, Messrs. i i enough but there's" two different classes I -- -- ,' !! ',\\1

Laurie Edwards of :IrnmisTlrru i Ii it'ij.t.1" "1., \ireonmen anf Stew rturavn. n ts unlit. ure tnru .11i.:
1 and Wilmot Brown, I Presbyterians in this place and likevouknoKM'N able enough to puy the allied dent In .to
mid ootT l both bn\e"
I of Lawtey, Curl Johns "'. :M. Wain- so they had to have two churches" "" ? Tboy
I aid I these Islands la tic exquisite ouniaifua !1',
Bits grunt! iiualitlos,
of LocalInformation (Q) I
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I wright. "What's the difference in their religious are similarly ufTvclod under certain rtr- I whn.o wood Is 3'<< lIow and black, like .//.e : .'
views ?" tortlll ellhell. There Is the molnve U'fff' "
I cuinstunccM."BtioU
i I'AlRIOriC TEA "Well, go far a$ I can find out," go on fret ; s') \10\' men. : which roHlst tho sea slug and white 4.:

drawled the native,, "ono bunch believes "HnotM have salts ; n'> hove hWh.I I ants, nail the bonutlful red and yellow i r" ''OJ':

i A social event of the week will be I that Adam got bad after he ate "Hoots sometimes' get tight, ; so &' I narrnh (mnhoRnny), the red nanumlng \ j'J,
I Concerning Our People, Business and' I I a. deep lustrous wine color when It !I. .' Ire y
given by Mrs: F. .\. Scott at her homo that there apple, while, the other men. {III
!II I Progress In the County and Town. f on :Ninth:'; street, Saturday afternoon.The bunch i i" convinced ho was n darned I "A boot will bliln,, If polished ; to I InimorHPil, In milt water. There III) r.]' ;t 1 5 ti t' 'I;
Iniin. which makes huge( musts and I a
following invitations have been rascal from the stn ft" will a num."Some I .
I dungnn, which Is the hardest wood
boots have roil tops; so have '
received by members of the local W
,I.. I known. There I t.. bnloto, a sort of fig : [
) C. T. U.: our 'ISIllS' some men. which grows around, other! trees, kill \

i(itch Green went to Jackson- I the ice cream factories. From Brook- :Mrs. F. A. Scott, at homo, Saturday "Some boots. lotto their' soles; so dosonio I ing thorn and feeding en the dead I', "
fhursclay afternoon. er clime some egg plant, peppers and afternoon, July 11th, 4 to C. Honoring A feller isn't thljikln" mean, ore tminoil ; BO are men- trunk until It Is entirely ronsiuueJ. to.' "h

eggs. } W. C. T. U. members. Patriotic Out /Uhin'; mostly in their yuiith. t !OIl:
1 Beasley went to Tampa Satin His! an' clean
I tea. thoughts ure mostly good "Some boots "nin't stand water ; '

a business trip. :MrsV.: G. Stringftllow' \ and daughter Out fishin'; neither can sumo men"When I To Cure n Cold In One linymkr. o' : ,

|I left Wednesday for a week's visit "''.'0. \V. :MEETINGS.Members : He doesn't knock his fellow men, u boot Is 1'1lIoak.1\ It is a p"T1"F.f'InMOQII"iISEIT hl.t." '

> Andreu is having the fences: with Jlrs. J. E. Wilson, of Gaines- Or hnibor any /grudges then; bard cam ; so Is (it until.' 'u'n i tlK' l.mtili nail tlcnitni'liv.. mot wurliufi I'
i h 1. I.KUVK" apuauroauragir bus +uu, I '' '
nis premises overhauled.E. | ville. : of \\ O. W. Camp :No.:'; A feller'a at his finest when "A boot to be .of much account must 1

I 138, are notified 1 that regular meetings I Out fishin". have a rmita ; no uiiixt u wan

y. Johns spent the first of I Rev. A. E. Dunham will leave this will be held l during the months "A boot who i \\ill heeled always t 1 :';

,'k in Jacksonville. ,I Week for a trip to Washington Syracuse of July and, August on the first and The rich are comrades to the poor, feels comfortiilile, : xo dues a man.

i and Utica, the members of the third Friday nights, Out fishin'iAll ; "'1'lle less undorMlundtiiK! there la In CNI.A4Y0HII J
I a boot the bllite 'IIt feels 1 no>> It la I t
St. :Mark's W. MORGAN brothers of lure e < ;
r.: Stump spent Tuesday in Jack-: Episcopal church having J. a common ,

> looking after business.! granted him a vacation. Clerk.IIOL'I'ZENUORI' Out fluhin'; with a mna. : 'a f' i

.-___ e- The Urchin with the pin and string
farmers, having! made a par- :Mr. and Mrs. Raiford: Epperson, BUILDS Can chum with millionaire and king; PUT ''

'nilure with other crops, are now who have been guests of his parents, Vain pride. is forgotten thing, ---Llnera Engage FOIL: RENT Two furnished cottageson t'.J
Travelers Ocean May
Bunting' sweet potatoes m :Mr. and Mrs W. J. Epperson, will return C. S. Holtzendorf is having! a six- Out lishin'. Hotel on Room Far In Advanceof Kingnley laidApply to Mrs o!

II to their home in St. Petersburg room cottage erected on his lot on Their Landing.A E.ll E.: Cnnovn, Stiu-ko. 7132t.FOIt '

M.* Thomas has lately installed today. the south side of :Madison street, be- A feller gits a chance to dream, .. __ t .

ute sewei'kge system for hisie tween :Myrtle and Westmoreland Out fishin'; \loading l'pw'rk hotel Is advertising KKNT:. -Furnished! .ur ..unfurlnlsheil :) ,

i in Thom u vil1e suburb. :Mr. and Mrs W. L. Cunningham, streets. D. Borec furnishes the KimIIM He learns the beauties of a stream, R list of Mnrronl! cod words In apartment riiuim 14:i 'I "'.

of Ellcnton are here visiting at the and is tho contractor for the Out fixhin'; an ocean travelers'!! giiltlo to Induce the 70tf. s L ,

K W. Harris and 'little sons, home of M Mr.and Mrs. G. W. Lewis, building. An* lie can wash his soul in air making of roNon,nilona by wireless WII'..

-kBonville, have been visit her north of Starke. This is: the fifth residence erectedin That isn't foul with selfish care, from bhlns.. lay the line of tho wordsa FARM: W\NTEIJ--Wllntl'.1 to hour i J ..''J:
tho western passenger. Is uhf, to reserve anything from owner of farm or uniniprovodland ,
Dr and Mrs. J. C. Wills. ,-- portion of tho town An' relish plain and simple fare,
I within from Hip bridal suit to the grand bull-\ for sale for fall I. '
Mr. and Mrs L. A. Weekly, of the past few months. Out flshln. delivery .
-- I for the triinmrtls-'
I room by pnjlng nub| Jones *
llox 351 I III.
Dvnl, of Jacksonville, was a ,I Ocala, were guests last week of Mr. lIon of a single: rode word plus his -

Thursday Mr. and Mrs. O. J. : and :Mrs. E. W. Ha'es.11':\ and Mrs.! KOSIEKSPPMr. :: A feller has no time to hate, own imine and, the niiina' of bin vessel. .

lini II I Weekly' were enroute home 'in their Out flshin'; The hotel, by .ruiimiltln lists of liner KINGSLEY: : L\lU-Puul: E. Cnnov.i. '

I II: car after a trip to St. Louis. : Fonzo Rosier, of liar Raiford, He isn't eager to be great, arrivals, la Role l'n toll the date on cottage for rent. $15 per week.

'I"| Frank Pomcroy, of I. and Miss Katherine S'app, of Sapp, Out) fishin'; which the roNorviiiloii goo Into elTect.TbuH Cash with nppliontioii. Peek & {

the guest of Mrs. J.1.; Jackson-I.: I D. liurec, after having been confined were united in marriage! by Judge l R. He isn't thinkin'.thoughts of self, "imlios", IN t the code| word for Iliirns, Starke, Fin. /5-ll-tf 1
A. Green "reserve, two doulilo bedded" "rooms, two
to his bed by rheumatism for three at his otllce\ last Saturday 1: Or goods. stacked high upon u shelf,
afternoon at live o'clock. single rocuiiH, Killing rooms' and baths FOR SALE--51 I HO-nunrt strawberry' r
I I1. I weeks, is able to walk about with the But he i" always Just \himself, for And \
-, Hrrlvlnt Mteiinndilp.!
'I :Mr. Rosier is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Out tiMhil '. refrigerators prattieally new; sumo
aid of sticks. His
: two walking
Si. Wainwright spent Monday many "aEuro" H the eoili-\ I'ur'pM"I'VO" three
parents, Mr. and Mrs. :X.:.; D. friend are glad to set- him out again. L. Harris and is a prosperous> youi.ir serviiiito' un'iix" The mutest patron only nnuli'' nnu trip. I If Hold imiuodlatoly -

,right.; I farmer, while his bride is the daughter A fell'r'II.luol to be a friend, whoKo reiiulreini'iiiH lire only a single, $llI endV.! (5. Thompson,

Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Swift, who if :Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Sapp, and Out lishin'; room, rubles dark, ," nblrh means J'lnnt City. Flu. It.. '

A. Z. Adkins and daughter! ',have been visiting her IHII'NltS.11':\ u granddaughter/ of the lIon. John A IIPpin'! hand he'll) always lend, "resirve Mlnglu 1'"ulII.1I'V'ol'k: FOIL'ithNT-At- --- ---- -
Siipp, of Baker county. She is York Sun. KJngsley clean(
a meather -
were visitors in Jacksonville and Mrs. Hans Austin, will leave on Out fisliin';
lay. i Saturday for their home in :New:'; Or .. of one of the oldest and best families The brotherhood of rod an' line and comfortably furnished! H"lIrt'I,' ; t

leans. of the county and lls esteemed by An sjan' stream l"-i>lwnyn firm; Judy. W11 moth Goes Home. meat for smnll family. Mrs. Flora (
I Delbort o. Wllinrtli. Judge of the H. Ciuly, t'hone102.: f-2'>-t f.
a large circle of friends. Men cxiiu1'" real close to God's duFDen! e_ lr
''liam Fuzzard, ofIIIII1I.: spent may ouurt, lincl IHM-II holding"' : an overrtime ,-
U 1 -la:, and Tuesday\ with his niece, I Judge and :Mrs. Geo. :\'Gdiner The ceremony was witnessed by n O\\t iishin'. court. >, .liu. wife hint Incited FOR SALE:-A place at Lawtey consisting t

Robert Swift large number of friends of the young friends for dlnVr of 4 1-2 feneptlInd! ,
I L. Wyman. and )Ir. and :Mrs. Robert nurt the juiliie wax acres all .t'

I of New Orleans, motored to Hastings couple, each wishing them all happiness A feller Ihb't> \plotting schemes, In n hurry to gfOtune. lie culled on u good house, near depot. Will sell t T

-* Fernandez has had his regi, I yesterday to spend the day with rel- through life. Out Rshin'; I Curtain I'up4. wlmNviis, li, s4urge at for cash or terms. can bo nrranired.HaganI'utors : (. h m"
He's only holy with bin dreamt, the pollou Btntlun, tut.* trnnHfioiittloM.Tho Jacksonville
,.Water street recovered afid atives. I Co! or
JONESCOOPERMr. ( driver of tin nil1'vulil ho w. ,
Out fislin' 't *
.ired. ; H. R. Snpp', Lnwtoy Fin. (0-22-41.: IJ vfF1'ln
ii with tin-
I. Ills livery i.s u coat of tan; not very fiiintlliir 1I..IKloho"'l 7'H '
G.V.. Snellurove is now II. II. Jones! and Mrs.: Celia His creed: to do the bent he can; hood' whore the )ridge, 11 V,'" SALE-MiHHionary and Klondy-! '
\ lumber of young people met at good heart cypress shingles at his porsunH Ihlntf tln-i-f. sal|"IHIII| till! mi ke h'f
Cooper, both of Sampson City, were A feller's hkwberry plants| nny nunntitygrowintr
always !nvwtly man, .
lack of ,
nth\ house Monday evening and mill, lie is handicapped by the poll, to iiiljilM Iholr rllllllly11,1"\ ,
united l in marriage by Judge: R. A. Out fl hinf. : n now |land|, form) fresh I :i iphnt's
dance. material, as the high water in the enoes, and It IH pusdlble I || | I Mint hi- \\ m
i i delightful Green at his office last Saturday afternoon -Selocted..VE TMu road ,lulu| Uli M |Inh'rl'st'"l i
timber 'reHponxlblo. for wlutt Imppi'iiHil.' t
swamp makes getting cypress at 6:30: o'e ock. : driver. mild, nn Miiloniiilillo, wim (uirkoil' write J. M. Truby;<, tnrl ,,, ,11-2, :! ,1U.::,? 'i' ,
Mi, W. J. Mr. and :Mrs. a clifllcult,, matter.
Epperson, i '
!Mr. Jones is an upright/ young man )l IIIK FKOM IIKAT; :b In front of time U'lliiietli' liiniii', HO he ----
rll l Epperson spent Tuesday in I and holds a responsible position with I ARK KILLED IIY MRUTNINCi:' stopped In front 1 nf the IIIHIHK next FOR "LF.-\ di-nirablu, ,1'11'1', I'or- b 5th

''inville with relatives Mrs. D. E. Knight has as guests the G. S. & F. Railway, while hw I door. In Ills' ilffeiiiw, the Judge says nor NI| Walnut and, Ninth ecif n.

I this week( her mother, Mrs. N. A. bride! is an industrious and charmingwoman 1 the two houses are 11111((,. Al any rate, Four lots fronting on Walnut ....| (' "
i 1.llrlClrell of font nilest Keenly
'. n:, Poppell and family, of tike I Langford, and sister Mrs. Charles and popular wherever known. It l is MiiM.. lliii Judge eiirofully roiiimoil wont half block, between. Ninth and I

"' ', spent Tuesday with hU. pa- Larson, of Lakeland. Mrs.\ Larson :The couple will he at home to their .Foil" High Temperatures his ovrrxlKK'N cm Ills nflftliliuf'ii, iluor Tenth streets. Cottage: on corner t r ,+

"-, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. PoppeH.Mrs. I and little son, spent Tuesday in Jacksonville friends at Sampson City.A mat and, walked In nn tliom nni'oreinonloiinly. NorthVnlnut and Ninth utroets. '
Chicago, July 11.-Lints of deathninu.sc'd .-tnillnnnimllN No\vn. Lid-!
shopping.! Terms 1"111101111),10.Irll.) : C. W,
by the uxcusuive he"t in many ---- ---.
James Godbolt and little 'on t\\) don. tf' ,
U.\! : FROM 'I'llISTmr: :
of the yesterday were of British Artfetn.
,Ii, ,, ., of Jacksonville are guest of Since the theatre building was torn parts country Century c
L. Eastman's residence (added to Wednesday's with reports of The Ito>ul Nut-Ie1, v df, Itrllluli ArtUtuIs FOU)I SAI.K:-21 nero farm and ; 4p

1 iter :Mrs. S. 'S. Howling.vlr :. down, well.II. Mr. Eastman I is! de- A stranger: visiting n little: villagein casualties received from states which making iireimrntlnlie to hold an exhibition horse, 7 nrroH/of corn and ptmnutH, ( "

shows up it a !Scotch: settlement for the first Tuesday night broughttrelief, to Keetons In celi-bnilou of I UM I uno hundredth aim Home sweet potatoos.' I wig foil a f
*. \Vi\bnr Lassiter of G.vne; bvating the occasion by giving a time was surprised to find two large sweltered unnlvpi'Miiry." 'Iho agilely will t
Dulwo. (Is / which have for the cheap for cash or would omislderautomobilo
\ l"" vfal the guest this week of "Mrs. new coat of paint. W. A. Presbyterian' churches facing each exhibit works by I'Iwml"'TI) anil exblb- R
t l past two ilayH. Twelve persons died Inenteil Just west nfHiird
I I. Dell lake. doing the work.A !hors ranging over the hundred years 1
other on the main street. Hu sought
I from the heat Wednesday and! five\ of Hi exlHtmice. Time treeing of works Shell 'chuali on Water Oak t

I verypleasant and interesting service enlightenment of a passing native, recites deaths cuusud by lightning: were reported I of Importunce. by HHIIII, i i.f the |pant CKblbltiMs Addrens M. J. Hiitson, P. O. Box: ,
; of Uirming'-uiu.
A. ;
Ferryman, the Presbyterian Judge."What U'odnuHilay. presents. ninny (llllcnltli'H! uml '.}i'i, West Palm Itviirh, Fla of
\ .i was the guest this week. of hi* was held There wa the reason for buildingtwo In Buveral sections record: of years I tin Miirlety. would, he glad to hear nf 7-IU-.1t: : I

'i 1', Mrs. L. A, Davis. church last Sunday evening. big churches of the same religionin In Londonon ,
I accompanied by standing were broken from high temperatures owner ([preferably or near .
was special music, a place this size?" he asked.! "Surely TuoHduy. The mercury In I ucTininr of the.. dllllrulry of Irimn- f'k
Dr.) Dunham, of
Misses! Olive and Amelia Ray returned the saxophone. Rev one would accommodate the entire Oklahoma City mounted to 105: duo part. ) who would IIH wIllliiK: to lend For Sale )

Monday! from Jacksonville, I the Episcopal church, preached a good village." .nmiiloH: by tin fnllnwlnit aill"tn : I.'. ,
rtVs. proHtrationM were
although nn
that was enjoyed 'hy all pres- II. .I'oltor Henry \IxiwmiiiV.' J. i
"hn they visited tho Misses Allbrit'i sermon "Yes, you're1' right, admitted thenative. reported.\ Iowa hud one death, with ,
ent. A good congregation attendedthe Million, J. Clover; lleorgM llunlor/ KuteOreoniiwuy ( :\USSIOSAItI'LANTS .
'i' in' Springfield.Mr. "One would be plenty big ;4
service. temperatures averaging: clone to the I>. Itoberm. "KillnhiirifbCiiHtle : / '2.1111( per 'IhniiHiiiid or by I Dm lied )

-- J 1110 mark. One man died in :Miclil-\ From( HIP (InisN. Muikot"( (exhibited IF\ YOU WANT! PLANTS I CAN
-- I
and Mrs. Roy Turner andu R. A. Green left on 1132): II. H. I"avl "Cori.nntli.il. !SF.LI. 10U. SKi: ..
"i.hter, of Sumner, motored here County business un.Five deaths. occurred Nebraska:-': I'noHHlon, of II./ M. King, Wlllhim IV"

t "it) her parents, :Mr. and, Mrs. B. Sunday on a profesisonal and I r ,incident to the heat three of wbifh (exhibited 1:12)-In.loll) (ibNorver.' mY'
trip to Washington, Philadelphia 4.r1
hud four '
were drownlngs. Illinois M. F. BROWN
points in New Jersey. He wi'1 probably Valuable Tr....

"I'me' Green, colored, is building! a return home this week. Duringhis death IVitukegan., two in In Chicago Chicago and U." degrees two in 'o -.r'..... .oS stirIhn- "-- J..n.t. STAKKK:, )FLA.Agents4 ;
G. .\. Gardinerlooks I J
Judge .
'"< w'' cottage in Keno, and Nat Shaw, absence was reached. Excessive: heat was confined en
after the legal business of I l;
I neighbor, is extending! and repair- I! to the central section of thewith

in', his residence. office and art other matters are taken collate y. th...eexception's eastern states. few_ ;
of by Miss: :McNeil.I' :'; .
care !
I having high/; temperatures

Mrs. Iva Lewis and sons, Henry few day I if lea! than '!'JO degrees thu Rocky j Old McGinn 1 1I
Starke lost fine citizen a Cyrusy
d! A. guests of I' a
J., of- Bartow, are F. Brown removedto :Mountain and Pacific Hections escaping ;

Mr and Mrs. J. M.: Brownlee and Mrs ago when Marcus where he has entered the with low temperatures. j I I .
:- E:. Brownlee. Tampa Lightning claimed three victims In
M.\ Shacklefurd Jr., one
office of 't
of South Michigan and two in Iowa which was I ,
John Shriver and daughter ;Miss of the leading law firms I ,
of 'renercl in the lake section I, /II.J; ::1j
Marguerite, of Brooker, were guests Florida to take up the "practice : Asked Ins wife what lie thought!! J ;,..,

T'I' (' day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. law. 'Ir. Brown is a graduate from of But suppose Fire BOOTS Of the different, makes of the. cart l It> be bought; 1I," 1.
school of the University UNCLE JOE TALKS ON j .
'E.: s. :Matthews.Miss the Florida law, but had not heretofore engaged should 111tcl'1'Upt. For he'd 1 learned in the year they had journeyed through life .-j :iTo

actively in the practice of his ExRep.'ntative Cannon Stirred toR.'nIK.nc. lake herd of f advice from his kind, loving wife, sNow 4 ..4:
: Doris! Middleton, of Jacksonville Fire has Interrupted abUlllnt's. ...>> :
and Pair .
is a guest this week at the profession. His fine character ..._ In Home cases' fire ha.* by Sight. of j J 4
win of Cowhide
home of her cousin, Dr. W. E. ;Middle-! mental equipment are sure to stopped a bimlnemt. enterprise! for- | Mn. Me Kir* wan not puny or thin t/I/ .;:
ton. him a place in the ranks! of the me ever Is jour plant adequately!! Insured Several niombvrs. of conntro t 'wore But for any car, the wan a load. 1

who are making Tampa a great city. sic that if lire! comes, (It tfu the western' utoi.H of the I Ioopltol she t
sitting i And said "Well! now, Cy thrre' but one car to buy ;1ss
:Miss who has. watching an unusually f Loaull- .3
Dorothy Edwards .
UKINS ENTEKT: .VL>'E FOR would be only an t..mporaryln wooded hllli of That will carry me safe on the road. .
been visiting :Miss Florence Matthews, MUS ful sunset beyond the

returned Wednesday to her home in :MISS EDWARDS ; rruptiun in routine Virginia an they chatted upon varl- iCu. I 4.t,. +

Jacksonville. You need both adequate insurance subject, accordltu to the National / So the house of McGinn now goo out f for a spin; : M
A. Z. Adkins entertained Informally and reliable insurance. Tic Kepubllcun. The talking Wi look-
And the
pleasure thry're having is grand, e
at bride Saturday evening agency reprrnents the Hartford loir however, came to a suddeu malt F
:Miss Eva Rigdon returned home on rolled by wearing a For they go every day and tajoy ail the "
i to her niece, Miss Fire Insurance Co. and for more! when a Btraniror way ?

Tuesday after spending several weeksin I complimentary Dorothy Edwards, of Jacksonville. than a century that company has pair of old.fa'"hlonf Plant City and other points with with' his pants (no, not trousers
of this attractive homeon boon demonstrating both it,. wil-
friends and relatives. | The rooms stuffed Into the t,..,.. -
I :N..; Walnut street were tastefully linltnt' and its ability to pay romarkofl "Uncle 4
"IkoyN" slowly
daisies At the lasses caused I fiy fire.
with shasta
About all that Starke exports just decorated found! Joe" "that's the tint pair of cowhide '

new is empty containers returned to 1 close of the bridge game It was first FOR SAFE AND SURE Pre seen In Washington In a dozen or i ito Quigley Overland Co. '

I that -\Vilmot Brown had won INSURANCE, CALL years. How well do I member : '

IF YOU HAVE prize. The honor gUl'IItUu: Edwards the old days when I wore them and

If also presentel! with a greased --.PIIeeSIc..H..h..c-:-. 1.aw.a.,1.i 1. was
A.... Sour StmMa prize. At the clone of the evening J. R. Davis & Co. tallowIx And, (.h. what a job It w.. C '
.. B.lch.., T_ f..t ..... x.. dainty delicou !ice to work a shine! on theta out In the STARKE FLORIDA I
.... I served a up
Nd.il.a. s.,. .. R. .. ta. the hostess
"Agency Established 1886 woodshed when I wanted to go on a .

course. STARKE FLA. little' courting trip I ITr 1 e
Tutt's P I i I included :Misses Dorothy .
The guests
Vt llsJ Edwards, Florence Matthews! Fl- itejij, iki ."11' roallte ttat..a

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t -1 Suwannee-Watermelon crop show.
} t' '?: ing about 35 per cent of normal, and '

----......-...--..-......... .... .... .. ... '--1 some cart selling as- high as $650 each a
Cotton crop looking fine, especially '
those treated for weevils. LLOYD GEORGEA 0 P fi
With The -

Columbia have inspected l four policy of strict noninterferencewith

t; I Farmers I II fields of cotton this week, where the regard to the liquor seiures in
County s Florida method of boll weevil con- New York was advocated by former

trol was applied. Our demonstrations Prime Minister Lloyd George, speak- .me f

I l .....................................-.......---.....----.1 !' are convincing. that the Florida meth. I ling in the Welsh Baptist Chapel, in
od of boll weevil control wilt control. London on Sunday, June 24. .

I ( l\\. J I Very little infestation is showing up "We should keep cool," he declared '.;. 4R r '

MARK PECAN TREES THATllK lowed to remain in u strong antiseptic -' at present. I have instructed my men "We must not get excited. It U not "I/'Itp'l'f''I -''\' ''' ..: :. :::::=: ftin i llIk; r/i/ ''ill 11
solution for five ten minutes .t'l' .
or all fallen that America seeks to keep .-
4 IJllm.l'KD: PRUNE) l I i to gather up squares. merely ; .1..1t .. ,- !II 'lh'' -.,'
a qb THOSE TREES NEXT FALL before being used. : within her rights. We ought to extend : 1 51 ,- :---.--::: I'llI );;J1Y V" I.'i I.

1 i ii Many warts may be removed by I Polk-Grapes are ripening. Growers a certain measure of sympathyto ''I. "- -: _- ..._" "Ir.:

A disease smearing them thoroughly with cas- are spraying for rust mite in her in her difficulties. It is not a.. '1 c. ,I'. rf L o ::"-<
t ; Pecan diebuck is fungous tor or oilve oil after each milking. some localities. Heavy local rains question of whether or not we are .t v.oria'8 biggest- J
which is recognized: by the
J Each of these oils often' give better continue. About all citrus is picked prohibitionists, but America is makIng successes began -
i of minute, blaCK crusts cracks embedded in results if 1 part of salicylic acid ill'' and shipped. This county has ship a very bold experiment to deal : at the bot- fill

tures somewhat in the elongated bark of the diseased or rup added to 8 parts of the oil. ped in the past season over 3,000,000 with probably the greatest curse of ,"j tons and by

limbs and dead twigs. Toward the boxes of fruit.VolusiaCitrus. modern civiliation. : slowly measured steps
t FODDER PULLING IS .\ "Sho has tried other experiments. reached the zenith of development -
base of the diseased twig the bark often -
t .WASTEFUL 1'KACTICE conditions are excellent They have been only comparative successes & and blazed
has a water-soaked, waxy appearance
and there is usually a definite although mites showing up as and she has made up her mind t forth in the full glory of

1 marking between the infected and the Suppose you took the lungs and per schedule. It is surprising how with decision and courage to make il I magnificent! achievement. ;I

healthy tissue.Numerous stomach out of a man? Would you few people recognize their enemy, the such experiments as never have been :I P j A SAVINGS ACCOUNT is rarely begun

I young/ shoots often start be surprised if he died? rust mite has largely taken up my made on this earth before. Well, let t i I in "big figures." Indeecf. its object is to

i ai 4 out further back on the branches However, such a loss to a man of time this week, showing grove owners us give her a fair chance. I' encourage THRIFT and the regularity

11 which have been partly killed, and as vital organs is not different to the how to detect mites, and to know "Let us te very frank," he continued .i of SAVING EVERY IDLE DOLLAR ;

11 the disease, spreads these shoots become loss of the corn plant when its leaves when to spray. I with evident earnestness. "Oneof ;i and fastening the habit of frugality on

f infected and later die. From -its lungs and stomach-are strip Grape growers are harvesting the her greatest difficulties has been i' the boy or girl, man or woman, who can.: step by step
R. W. Munson this week the which has been in by "GOAL-D" of successful achie'ement.
"( lii these clusters of short branches dieback ped off for fodder. And still many variety liquor pouring i reach the
i is often mistaken for rosette farmers persist it is said, in removIng fruit all being handled in local storesat 'surreptitious means from Europe. It i i!I This Bank cordially invites YOUR account.
35 cents pound and Grape is all wel lion to this liquor .
a us
However, in the case of dieback thereis the blades from their corn plantseven up. very say ; .
fever is running high in this Bounty is merely for our sailors
no deformity or crumpling of the before the work of the leaves is own
finished. just now, and i it looks like there IIa, aboard ship. Fortunes have been made 1 ..
> I leaves which is one of the common t BANK OF STARKEThe :
f ''I symptoms of rosette. I The leaves of the corn plant are its 'good future for the grape industryhere. by smuggling liquor Into the United ,
lI States in defiance of a law that country Bank of Helpful Sen ice
e factories. No matter how rootsa
Dieback may be controlled by pruning many I I
I out the dead wood and burning It.1 plant may have these roots can do I passed by a greater majority than STAKKE, FLA.

1 V The disease is not easily recognized nothing unless leaves are present to Santa Rosa-Four days of this week; almost any great law ever passed in L

when the trees are in the dormant manufacture them into plant tissue were spent at Floridatown where w e any count!')'. Give her n fair trial. In .
held our annual club The the United States are a people of
I the food taken by the roots. When camp. camp
y j t, stage, so it is advisable to go over up
was a in -Mr. Bla- than 100,000,000, highly educated -
success more |
hfaW { ( the trees during the Summer and to the blades are removed the corn ear every way .
therefore it - -- -- --- -
never fully develops. lock spoke of it as being the best and progressive, and
mark all which show signs of
any / Fodder is usually pulled soon after camp that we have had in this countyso is in the interests of civilization that NEW CERTIFICATE LAW certificate covering the branirv-.
c dieback. In this the is
able to prune out way in fall quickly grower and the ear passes the roasting ear stage. far. We had twenty-four boys,,, they should be allowed to have full FOR FLORIDA TEACHERS be taught by the teacher. And a ', '.

ea' thoroughly all the diseased wood in The ear is not mature then and roots and several others who came in on the, time to test their efforts to solve the tificate covering high school bran .

f the tree. I' and stalk cannot mature it when the last day. problem; which is just as much ours Below is given a summary of the is unlawful for use in the gram,>iar
'Ri f. as theirs. If they succeed they will grades; a certificate covering gram
In pruning for diehack it is leaves are gone. Because the manu- new Florida certificate law for teachers
4' peces; BRADFORD have the gratitude of the whole world.If mar grades is unlawful in thi high
s nary to cut hack the branches well facture of material taken up by the which will be of interest to teachers -,
.m p beyond the visibly diseased areas, for' roots is stopped when the blades are they do not succeed they will find and other school people. This law school department.

'k the fungus often penetrates Into the J removed, the corn ear is found to be Bradford, July 13? T. B. Edwards where the difficulties are and that went into effect July 1st, and abolished Teachers will be required to UKI>

yi wood for some distance beyond Its': light and shrivelly when harvested. and family, of Palmetto, are .visiting would earn" the gratitude of the en- what has heretofore been known as the examination in the count n

t _. outward appearances. All trees that It-has been greatly -reduced in feed- W. M. H-rrcll. tire world. the "Flying Squadron." which they reside, unless the state superintendent -
i 7 Lee Harrell and wife of Jacksonville
< show a tendency toward rosette Ing value. in place of the Flying Squadron grants permission lA'> do
must I fodder should were guests of Mr. and/ Mrs. \\.
be removed, as they will form a At a matter of fact, PROHIBITION NEVER WILL BE holding examinations, it provides examinations otherwise.The .

boring place for the diehack fungus. never be pulled. It the first place, it H. Harrell the Fourth. REPEALED be held by the county superintendents law provides for a reading ir-
Miss Mary Clemons, ft Heilbronn,
Itom the plant its factories ,
removes cle which teachers havi their
of the various countiesof by
i ( ps the making of plant tis- is the guest of her cousin, Miss Lu- "There is the '
'l and not slightest chance
USE II EA II. NOT HEELS j cile I II the state on the first Thursday in certificates extending each year l by>
/ ", 1 "'! : Second, it removes from the Harrell. that prohibition will be repealed,"
FARM WOMAN ADVISES J J1" each of the month of February and raiding books prescribed by the state
soil valuable humus and food. Miss Mary Avinger is the guest of I
said Chief Justice
1E hv'ars plant William H. Taft toa
OTHERS OF TIER June and on the third Thursday in board of education. Certificates may
Third, it Is a much more expensivemeans Mrs. M. Harrell. Yale alumni audience June 20th
,,' be forwardedto also be extended by the
,. August. Papers are to attending
!' of getting forage than is the C. M. Andreu and family were in reported by the New Haven Register.
The problems of the fa'*11 woman the state superintendent to be state normals for a period otMX
the growing of hay. Worthington Sunday.A "You know that and I know it. At
t r Ij are many and varied-1 graded by a state grading committee. weeks.
party was given at the home of
tempts at the slightest amendmentsof
j1 vexing one is the ,"*k of equipment Mrs. Leonard Cook in honor of the I Section one provides that no person -
.uaUy duties that EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS OF that law are. going to meet with
.to carry on th. con Misses and shall be permitted to teach in the WOODLAWN
Ruby Elma Edwards
t front her-" the homoThi charge COUNTY AGENTS the greatest opposition."It public schools of this state who does
r: charming daughters of T. B.
young I is not he least and
t' !titly made by a Florida house intelligent
'j wag not hold a valid teacher's certificate
j: Edwards, of Palmetto. Refreshments those least with Woodlawn, July 13.-J. S. Norman'
W wlr to a gathering of women in a Brevard-Several fine groves have charged responsibility granted under this act nor.shall
; any
rural district of this state. recently changed hands, and the new were served and at a late hour the 1 whose disregard of law is most se- I county board of public Instruction returned home Tuesday from !Now'
guests departed, expressing themselves rious. These be restrain York, where he spent several dajn
/ "We have few running water systems owners are making extensive Im- as having had an enjoyable people can employ, contract with, or pay any business.D. .

: lighting plants, oil stoves, fire- provements. Spraying for rust mite evening. led. person a salary for services as teacher .
lens cookers and steam control is in full "But when there B. Browning was a busine-1- r "
pressures, sway. Clayton Weeks and Odell Harre I is a disposition to who does not hold a valid teacher's
she declared. "We have little knowl feel that law itor to Jacksonville Monday.
and constitutional
statutory certificate, granted under this 'act.
were visiting friends and relatives i In ..
:- S edge of what really constitutes our Leon-Work on the county farm ,' s not to be observed becauseit Section two provides for fourteen Willie Hudson, of Wildwood. n+

,f ; profession of housekeeping; and we progressing very favorably, despitethe our Several section of last the week. folks of I, infringe son the tastes, likes and I kinds of teachers' certificates: Temporary tarried to her home Saturday afar

tt i lack the desire to learn more about twenty-nine days of'rain. Ship- community,were Worthington young Sundays our. dislikes of those properly charged primary, third grade, second visiting relatives here for *ex>'ra!

1'1 a it. 'And what we know about thrift ped onions this 'week, netting 'shippers I with leadership, the conditiop becomes grade, first grade, professional, special days.

could be said In a dozen: words.. !Many $1.02 per bushel. One of our W. H. Baxter and Miss Ina Colson. grave. When the law is treat graduate, state, life primary, life Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman and

j' of us do not seem to have the desire best paying: crops. of Pine Hill, motored to this community ed with contempt, when you say 'it first grade, life state, life professional niece, Gladys Norman spent mst

,p to spend money wisely. I dare say Saturday I contract my liberty and I do not Intend life special and life graduate state. week at Brooklyn on a t fishing trip.

this condition' is largely due to plain, Osceola-Held two Important meetings Misses Andreu had as their guest to keep it,' if you say that you A third grade certificate will be Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips return- .

(.' unadulterated. indifference on our with truck growers this week. Saturday afternoon Misses Lucile are laying the basis for anarchy in granted any applicant who passes a ed home Friday from Valrico, where

.r t 1; part. One meeting at Kissimmee and the Harrell, Mary Clemons, Livingston our government."I satisfactory examination on grammar they spent several days with their

"No doubt this \Is the situation all other at St. Cloud. Russ, Ray Andreu, of Brooker, Geo. was opposed to prohibition" continued grade branches and theory and practice daughter, Mrs. Eddie Hilliard.

over the country, to a certain extent,, For fall planting the growers will Parrish, Jr., of Linden, Luther Har the ex-President. "I thought of teaching, and makes an aver- J. S. Andrews and daughter, Miss

but that is no excuse for its existence plant peppers, strawberries and egg. rell, of Pine Hill. it would be too difficult of enforce age of 70 per cent, with no grade below Emma, were visitors here SaturdayMr.

i i+ anywhere. Salvation lies in our putting plants. C. M. Andreu and wile were in ment. 50 per cent.A and Mrs. R. M. Osteen left Fri-

4, our homes on a business basis, The Osceola Growers, Inc., has laid Worthington Saturday. "Yes, I opposed it. But I intend to second grade certificate will be day for Jacksonville, where they wil'

} and in having all the modern equipment out definite plans for marketing the Livingston Russ and Roswell Wardof play the game. Prohibition is now a granted to any applicant who passesa visit for a few days.
i; ( t' we can afford. We must user crop this season.JeffersonIn law and as such it should be obeyed. Mr.\ and Mrs. C. S. Dubbs, Misses
Brooker attended services here on satisfactory examination on the I
; ( our heads instead of our heels. I "When you make fun of prohibitionand branches for Susie and, Lois Brown, of Jacksonville
i Sunday.A prescribed a third grade .
l P "There la no excuse for our lack of checking up on wee. party was given at the home of attack it, you tend to support certificate with the addition of agri- spent the Fourth here with friends.
information with'so much good readIng vil control work I find results are excellent those engaged in other violations. culture civil r .
W. H. Harrell Tuesday night and a government and algebrato
I matter in our magazines and the in spite of the bad And there are people who are glad to fhe Quinine ..n Vote nut AIIU.I ... He. .
1k free literature sent out by our state I Held a very enthusiastic weather'j large crowd attended and reported a take advantage of the opportunity to quadratics, and makes an averageof taraiim[ of Its tonic and Im.Hv! .. rn".t. .
'nice time. 84} per cent,.* with no branch below riVE BROMO QUININE (Tabeti) can hitil. o
and national home demonstration Aucilla with Mr. L. M. Rhodes presentto demoralize all law. 60. by anyone witnuuc eau.isQ aervuureeeorrndlna,

workers. Then, in addition to this discuss the marketing end. ZIFFZil1' "The law is on the statute books, A first grade certificate will be In the head. E.w.Gk0y5 S .ikfxilum l b. "

i free literature, we may have the free its there by vote and you can't get granted an applicant who passes a eWe
services of home demonstration Dado On the rid of it. You can say'lt wasn't
agent Thursday Pennsylvania pop examination
July 13.-Mr. and Mrs.\ Brit- satisfactory on all the
; + who come, at beck and call ular. That's like the
our to Sugar Company entertainedthe disputing results -
I 3 ton Groover and little daughter, Mar- branches prescribed for a second
i our thresholds to help with Rotary Club of of a baseball in which
very us Miami at luncheon game two
garet and brother, Menzie, of Sum- certificate with the addition of
_ our problems." after which all members were taken good umpires have acted."I ,
algebra to and beyond"bi.ology
ner, spent last week here with rela- quadratics
through the mill and all phases of tives. am appealing to a Yale audience psychology, general history
WARTS ON TEATS OF MILK making because I believe that it is
I sugar was explained by the aailghly.
and rhetoric
Mr and Mrs. II. E. Thomas, of and makes an averageof
COWS USE SIIKAKS Olt Oil. resident E. inspired as in the
manager, Graham. any country
I Brooker, spent Friday here with their 85 per cent, with no branch below
and I ask all of you present to do 60 '
I parents. per
I Warts on the teats of milk cows Flall'ler-A local bank has agreed your utmost in creating a change In ,
Rev. J. H. Kelly attended the annual Special certificates will be taken in
cause much trouble and irritation. to Increase extension of credit to the 'meeting Grove the public attitude toward prohibition.We A
at Shady Saturday groups. special on English will in-
They especially interfere in the milk Flagler Potato Growers Association and Sunday. can't afford to have prohibition elude all the English taught in the ,

ing operation, and in many cases the over last year -by reason of the asso Among those spending the Fourthat wreck our constitution and our gov- school from the eighth grade through !,I

teats are kept sore as a result of the ciation's conservative farming operations Hampton Beach were, Misses Alva ernment. the high school, likewise with; mathe- grind Our Own Lenses

.. continuous irritation of the warts. and co-operative marketing and Rhoda Thorrtas, Ethel Dyal, Avy matics, science and languages. AI, NODELAYGaines.'ille
If the warts are not too flattened, plan .
Starling, Messrs. Harley Thomas, Bill teacher cannot take one or two of I
R ; they may be removed simply by clip- Hines, Delathia Starling, Mr. and blanches> as formerly, but must take Florida

plinsr them off with a sharp pair of i St. Johns-A thorough visit to the Mrs. T. D. Dyal. v Sunburned ? the entire group and[make an average I Iof

v scissors and then cauterizing the cutS principal dairies around St. Augustine Mr.< and Mrs. Ervin Dyal, of Graham 83 per cent, with no grade belbw | Habitual Convtlpanon cured

surface with lunar caustic reveals :many rew addition of spent Sunday here with rela MENTHOLATUMcpola 60 per cent. I I in 14 toll: Day
i Dr. A. L. Sh ally, professor of vet equipment.; tives. The substance of the new certification -LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" U a specially-
erinary science of the Florida college has and soothes prepared Syrup Tonlc--Laxa> ve for Habitual
Sanitary inspection been arranged law in
MiRee Rhoda and Alva Thomas attended regard to certification is Constipation. It relieves promptly but
of agriculture, says that the teat is by the city to encourage the the party at Brooker Wednesday parched akin that no teacher wil Ibe permitted to should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day

to be cleaned thoroughly with an antiseptic dairymen to closer observance of san- night at the home of their brother teach in any of the public schools of.,) to Induce regular action. It Stimulates. amiR'gulates. '

solution before the warts are itary measures in handling' the milk H. E. Thomas. the state, who does not hold a valid tier bottle.. Very Pleasant to Tak d<)*
- cut off and the scissors boiled al
or products.
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Miss Mary Mott, of Hague are here J. L. SIMMONS .
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I Visiting her sister Mrs. Rosa Kelly.
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Bill Hines, of Cooter Pond, was the D. A.
r GENERAL INSURANCE guest of friends here Sunday. CONTRACTOR; Praid.at VIc.Pr..id.nt S.e. A True.Best .

ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN Fertilizers Insecticides ;Sprayers? Poultry

a IN MAN & RITCH INTERESTING SERMON SERIES Telephone 133-J Supplies Honest.Goods Fair Prices

The following series of sermons are STARKE, FLA. &
FIRE. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE to be preached in the Baptist church, Prompt Shipment

i ,j,, [Located building oi E. A. Shoat Farm Agency. Office open 14 be ginning on Sunday" morning next. Ask your -i hbor-H.'know>
"Pure Cold In One \
Religion. To Cure a Day
II "C. !lat.- lilt **
Every Day. price before .
r rr.hlet. buyinf.
July 15-It* Sanctifying Power. .I r.H LAXATIVE
- ,. a STARKE FLORIDA July 22-It* Vital Power. I MiHMIhefoiUh'C.wTCROVE": -ad:Hradafh 14UCU4oaMd:* .ori work> :.off. W hriiM E. 0. Painter i Fertilizer C., Jaek.TiIl, Fit, '

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}'RIDAY. JULY 'J3. 1923.


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COUNTY FINANCES I.\IiE BUTLEK games nnd contests! were enjoyed and van and little ions, Percy and Felix I ....11 the Southern Cat \

,BRADFORD COUNTY all had a good time. At a lata hout !1 spent the Fourth with relative at I I.f ........ hall. be redemeil .,i 1 J:,

PERIOD ENDING MARCH :31, 19'3 Lake Butler, July 13-Another hero the social committee! served chicken I I Raiford. on the lath dny of Autru.t.tl..l A.wm l>.l 10.11128 iw thereon J .... ,t't'

ron"wlna ...port or tb. .....Ip'anel dl.ba..vm.. "' of tb. fa"Ja laid to l'eat: Willie O. Goolsby 25 chicken pilau crackers pickles and :Misa Janet Grant, of Jacksonville, I I \\Ilrn.... my olr,cial. elunnture anil aeal this/ J .'' t- ,_...I
'nr tha porl",1 .ndln.., MR""h :U.t, : of BRADFORD I U 1II loth( day of July. A D. 100.1 '
11123. wllh 0 \ears ufage died iced tl'8.i'110BP. leturned to her home after
] Sunday
nd .mount of July 2nd in Aslieville '
,',,' .nd a 'I..tum.nt "r tho .....t. .nd lIobiltld, ; h. w..o- O. W. Al.DKRMAN. .. \
.m '."00or tho ..Id Brndro.d COllnly .. .i.n Ihr l1.t v. II or wunllp."nl,. N. C., where he was an inniata present were Misses Thelma visiting rtlntues and friendvh fl'e for ('Irrk t'Ireuli (Court rirn.lfonl ('""n.y. Fla. .. ,.;
,10Ma..h.. 1928. by 'KIIAI.: Dy C. A. .1 "
("omml..lono.. .nel c'I.rl o/'t Con KNIGHT. ,
-d of Countll th. ,
>"vl.lon. of Ch.pter 8813 "r th. L.w. of< Florio",. ::::tocrlU9t8h..bll ub\l.h.\ un. of the government hospital. Ho enlisted and! 2Ilal.
ERNEST AMOS. Complroll... in the World War from Seminole Cii-mviove; Rivers-" Col.MiJSmith and :Mm\ Ja, :Moore returned /NOTICB: OK AI'I'IIC'ATlO... FOR TV IIKH:- .: "- I."
to their homo in Ga. \ L'NI': >m KKTIOV IT! OC' TUB : ,;C,
GENERAL FUND county and served his country Uut>N Proctor and! Messrs\ Tom Vuldosta :Mond 1.... tH\I.: HfAlI1TP'J: (.A' ', "'

for quite a while across the water He I'roctor, \Vos, |,'v Bench Leonaid Sum- ''t o after \isltnitf! Mrs. J. ]K. Owsley.Mrs. Notice In IH.I-.LIJ Kit.n that II TW rarnell. ",I

I nlnpce October 1. 1025 ...______h ____ HOBY.tided :\ J. G. Williamson purehaavr' "f IMX, certlllratp No. ill, ilatml! Urn I :'!I.<....
\ not presented Oclob.r i.ii I .-o ?_ _n'. ---00-""_.;:_"_: 46.00 was gassed, and as a result continued iiH'is HnviShullar, Winifred Loadhultz was transacting 7th day of July A. 1>. 1911*, hlta. nled said :\ i ,\... '
._ pulmonary tuberculosis which ca'used Howard John buaineti* in f'alntka1011.1113':\ certlllDiite In mi' ,.'il>e and him "'RI > enppll. : ,
..warrant. October I. 1(122 ... Priester Smith, c llon for tax. ,U. .
llnc ---- -?-.._"__ _._. >cd In l I. ue In acor ---- : .
-? B7 00mci his death. David nnd Francis Richard Wdlionnd \ Stella] Clovcrsettle\ vlmtintt/ with Ian Maul, eritlncnlK <.iiibraei-a tho fol,> '" .

Octolar 1. 1022 ______________----.. ...____ __n_._____ I relatives In Ciuiulm.Mr. li>.....jiiB di..d In rail. ,.'
THE BIX MONTHS! i '*10 The remains were brought to Lake Amuti. llrnnncn and others. f. M county. Morliln. to-wlti

qj''F.IPTS1:0R From: tax collector taxes -, Butk-r) for burial. Funeral services! D'llenils, of :Mrs.\ A. C. Strickland :\ Hcnsloy and mother, of Flornhonu Inta 1 1 70 of I Illk 1(1.( loun of Xe ni r r. !It .I(
:: : n'i;;;; .-.-.- ----- ------- ------- ..088.18 and Lol B of Hlk U town of New Hiver ThiMi .
From .
rmni comptroller.: : :railroad. \llcensi! : -:::::::::: ::::::: 4 :: were held at tho home of his uncle will be i-lad to know she! is improving tln ', attended prcachmsr here Sun '. tho of
From clerk.1 Floor oil .. nB1"O \ .
Dr. J. after .
: "-'' -"""" -.- 10.00 D. Maine", Rev. W. G. Doyle, a < serious Illness in a sanitarium
Bradford, County Afcstrnot rent; .I "I Charlie I nl,... "\' ,
--- -- 3.00 O\\nli'.v : Hid eirllnimlu )
-- -- g.M0.MVaMnir of the Fim in Jacksonville. h'ftlond.1Y for .hull he recU-enuM .,
Baptist church officiat "''" ,'.""" l<> 1 In... tux .h..d! ..lll "In.ue. tlraieun. ,"'
halnnee' ? VuKloata, GII., where hl! will spend "" 11" 1 I.lth day nf AIIIIIIHI .0\. l II.
E MFVT3 FOR THB' SIT MONTHI--------------n-----:; s. o .08 ing. was made in Lake Miss i onnlo Padgett entertained afow Wiim.H .
n'.I! iiiticlul
nl sexerul nit slvmitura and aval. his I
days re'ati\e
visiting .
Salary f clerk of the circuit court u county auditor and Butler cemcteij., a large concourse of of her friends! at nn egg boiling tin 1 l.ih .1.! > uf Ju|>'. A II. 1H21 .
clerk to county commissioners I vnn Mrs: Henry Koon and Children otPlintn OV.. ALUF-RMVM: .
TfT diem' and mlli-aire of commlulnnera-.-.--------_-_-_-__--_-_ 9juj( friends and comrades attending out on tin lawn in front of the Pad .'I"'k ,...,,11 """. IIrAIf",' .", ".v. ".. .
Officer. ..< n Gordii :Mra. S. Bull and childien "1.0\1.: ,
", ,"..r', .f ether Ep-- Pallbearers were oil eX- l.t'\'lce men NIt hO'1I1'' Filday evening at eight II. l'. A. KNWUT. "
Attorney for countv rommlKntonei* ___n _______.....__ IB 71 of CIOIIIKM .in. \ i j...tinir their .18.81. .lu lJt.PUIr: (',.,rk. ..
Suporv'' .or of registration -.-________..,.....-....._.._ 120:00r as follows.: :Malcolm\ Riherd, Ilobeitr. o'clock. :Many out-door' games were 'I'h. :ro.tlTIC. J
B IMIn parents Mr.' nnd, Mrs. J.P. Padgett.Friends ) Tn..n found.i of ine Town of Sturke.i .
Cointr *t
.sirs to Rivers Lcemnn
Rivers (, W. .
____ eo. enjoyed while tho eggs cooked. When I"lorhl.III '"' "' *" lll.11 I" thai
Courthouse. _n __________.. -.- .. __ J2.M of Mr I'. 11. Neul 7' V .
Tnil ______.. _____n__. ..-_ : ??? 1 hit Coleman John Delegal DuWitt T. they were done crackers pitkles! and : will ;' nfflciMoiilny:; : luly, s. lujl. ns a
Furniture. and fixtures fgr _n--i-------: ;; ; IJg.OOriprniM :McGill.Mrs.\ I be Kl"J to learn that slit) hUll rfturnud tna iHianl ciimnlainia of ruuallsnra an.l for the, nunniea of : t.
Bnlldlnnt eggs were served. l> ono greatlyenjoyed'the nsitMnit tosllmimy aa In
ef Connty ery to her hcic mix.il .M llxed by Hit. ,, .
Janitor* and other attendants. 00 _...__r __..__......._.. 190.00Lights Sunan C KIwcs returned to evening. Those present homij eufttlr uiulorKoinitnn Ih. *...h', .. Inni' Tux .A'Mi-esor for ,
fuel and. water --n______._____.... _____...__ lo2. lImurnnco operation for appendicitia by l r.Middlcton ihu: !"" fii >5l"I.Jl.l7H.rl.1i.. ?|. 01 4iers"" I orof '{ .
--...- -. -..... ._..-.. ? ................ 60.00r J'ksonviJIoIonday: after a visit with were Misses: Willie Mae: J Johnson, :t"I': | operty.Attmt ; o"mni or a""n'. .
of Stnrke.Mr. .
.n >' fo ntr PertAllowance her brother J. E. Harper, and! family Frankie( and Olga Priester, Perbeth, T. .1.I OIIIFFIN .
made to rauprrs outside of poor bom* and pall' und : c'h..h'n.n. of llnari. ).
by warrant* -._______ .n__._.. .... hn.......... ''TS ..Mr for about two weeks.Jlrs. Williams Louise Rc'ed, Clarice Long! :Mrs.\ H. I';. :Mnorvr ami lit C. A. FUTCJI

,,, nen InqneetatFees V. S. Pogue returned to her tle daughter, Lynell, wereUitois to ('h..k. :
of officers' jurors" and witnesses .......__.... ....... SI.00 lletiricttn Connie and Dona Padgett) 7.8.8111:0't
fn.snltr Ino.olrlealFrea home in Fulton Ala., last :Monday, Viola Davm Carotin Duncan and Jhnnpion Suturdiiy.DO.NT NdlUK; 01'rh. R.GI; TIIA nOilr

of offlopra and aommltteen. _........................ la 5atstlencry after her ruihirntlon Im.ka or thn town of
and PrintingsOenera visiting daughter, :Mrs.\ W. MeH rll. Aubrey and James! Kennedy, Rtarke.. l'l..r..ln.11. .\ he i.pin .nl., tho olfne' nf

etatlonery, blankp, .t booka _____00 _________.. ___...__.uu__ 21. MAdy..rtl.ln. :Misses ttm i-vtfjatriitliin July II lonuun' |11.| nmn' fMr
Onuu, and Lula of irUctor .
reonlred by law and psld for by county.__._. 208 01 Scarborough Rosenbeig, John Townsend, Cu'o. o.* A.* I
r ,mmlwlon paid t. OtlreraiTa and :JIiis\ Perbeth Williams left Tues Johns Ilavmond Doyle Winifred and A common expiu/nion' ia, "t won't lieuMmi'Ion Oiricor\ for iho Town F'UT"II.of

.* assessor .. ______.__.__n__....... .______ ____..... 1,414.74 build now us oust of construction in Hoi.:Ida -II. t. -akO. I
Tax collector -. _____ .___..____.._..?......, __...-... 610.(tl day for DeLnnd to attend tho Baptist Delmer I.oadholtz, Haiold Priuster, ,

Sheriff' '. general. court wt.rlc ____00___ _____.._.. ___ ..._n. 2M.80rlerk assembly. W. C. and.] Wilbur Townsend] and others. too hitch." NOTUK OF HAI K OP $11111110 fl x-rF.ii I
efrcnlt' court. recording and eeneral court work __- H4.19Frnrnse Iniomes have im'rl"lIled C'KNT IIOMMllvii
of election ___.______n___._____. _____.__.... 804
.. _. ______ ___.......___ __________... 44B 17 entertained nt the humcof :Mrs G. Mrs. \\'. A. Dekle and children hu'cret to cost of construction and the 1'iilillc. Insttuollon. for the) county of Iliadfor. -
). Stuti of Mnrlila. will nvnlve
Pay herlfF for attendance on county commissioner. __... 200 6081.07 sealed
M. Richard Tuesdiv ,,\'pning.Iany: urne.1. home after an extended" visit mAn who does not demand/ evary new lildn fin. Ih.' imrohime. of (4111)1101)11) of hiindsof ,

',jlnne. ___ __..n_._ __ 'n' _____00 ____.____ 1.M4 WMtled fnnttlod cntraftlon CUll build with his 'Hi.ooiiniy' (,f llni.iri.nl. Stato of rlorlila.
but not presented .__ ___________.- 8"."0 with relatives and friends at vmious up" lo ami Inoluillnir II'" fill,, day of AIIIl".t'I
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1 fst iit-day inconiu and hnvo a Inr'l'rmarin are lo be dated July

...March 11. IM'! _______________..__________ ____n___. 1.7M. points of South Carolina.Prof. lift Hum would hnvotiHililu bml1 thousand 1. in.!,,"l, mill. nn. to he In idnomination of nno
"utatandlnir. March 31 1D2T .._______.______ __ _.____n_ 7000halnnce S'I| ]II. 1'adgctt spent this vveeRCHil 'from, ilnle ilnllnre eiti.h. anil. lo luar. Internet'
the .
In 1913. ? nl' iiilv of .Ix| |.er eilltiim poennniint

Mnrch 11. 1129 _____ __:_________ .__. n l..n8.1 0 rWkil' at : :Mildred Roberts who attending
m i"minima nttatthed The pilmilnnl and, Interestof
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND summer normal at :Madison, eosts eiTtirely, on to lumber iui.1 labor.Kcinomliir said honils nri 1'1.1.. nl. Iliv liiiiiklnil.
honsv of the llnnmer. Nallulinl llnnk lit the
ifled. not presented ':ept. 80. 1922 _____________--..--____ 2" ''> was cal!.." 1lOme on account of the illness thnt in nine casen out often i'It v smil, stale, of Nnv York
balance Sept. 80. m22 ____.________________________....__ 3"" '" .l> -roulntandlng W. Back jour ideas of whut you want hiivuexpandid 'I'he alnoiint of Ininde. oiremd' for sain Is
aaUk of hei mother Mrs. A. C. Strick lonv t"In.imn ml diilliirs. and) two of snlil ,bunds

Sept 10. 1122; ______________________________ 92.10 land. with )jour liuonio and you aniliin.. and paynhle" on the firm iluv of July ,
Mr* Mildred Pipkin Of would not bo satiHlkil' of eiinh and uvury. >.tat. fur tho. that Helenyvur
....,net. "ept. to. 1022 n_ _____.___________................. IV TirrFtPTS Ip I !Sir. nnd ]Mrs. John Aldciman and. today thoI'.ll.J linKliinlnir, witli tho Mnr h'24' and ./ FOR THE' SIT MONTHS, I R. F. D. 3, Columbia, Term., \ : hlJn lIl..w. Tnxus Jit $100 t Inn with thu year ION: and. thnnmflir thrruof .
rrnm Tnx Cnllertor. tiixiw ____._ ___.._.......... 162 S5 with daughter Misxes Sun and :Mnrthn, % .Hld' luiliilH. nlliill bo due and payallln" oil
From heriff.' IIn... __. __-:_____ _____________._______ 1.8u..09 2.02181Maklnir Myc "My experience j MHI son, John. of Jacksonville, spent suitrice at $::111)( repiurs anil upkeipat .Ihi. Mint, dny uf. July\ of null and. every year
CIa covered number of nil of said bonds 'luiitf Hide
Cardui has a flOO nnd 7 cent interest IInll 1"1 11,1,1.
balance. __._______ _________________.___n_______ 2.307.40r B! Sunday: l1I'rt.Vit1 Mrs....Susan TownBend. per on nriHIl hi* iicmiiUid mi" to two o cluck I I'. !. on
year*. Nineteen years ago. I """ *" ( ( house ainiiunts to $."iSII a ..veiniuu -, tin. "Kill' dny of A".t.! A. l II. 1'JJI. ,\ hid
')r Brn! .. ">, Trlmlnal Pro..entlon.i nr4t I got down 111 Mr. ''III(! Mrs.: N. L. Vaines and '*- puv Sheriff': and deputlen. coot Mill In criminal ciuea ........ 81J.71Conntahleii was run-down and BO weak and I mmye "Fr- ) imvo 1(15,100( \ worth of Hun n eiTtlllrd check on om' nf thn hanlia
eo.t bill, In crlmlnnlwe.. ____.........___ 41.40 in bed. family vpi'nt th > week-end near Hulfoid In walil l'ro..1' cminly I'Inrlda. fi.. live per
Clerk of th. circuit court. en.t blll In criminal ca.....- 4iJ.Vi .nervou I had to stay i iI wilt Mr and :\11''''. HloodHworth.MiHn rent receipts.. tor hjitiuio;. if Jou ,put. com uf :' : '.:. of :Ir hid/said chuck
___ __ ____ M7.* to Ininn.I. 1 imynlili |u 11.I"i Wluulim |
County lililK*. com bill In criminal caiea __ I read olThe $;j11 n month in u !i'J fvs : n SIHrutarv -
luntlco of tho peace, do ________ ._n_...___..___ 11.47 .c I ('tariff Long entertained the Hvo years, of ".." tif "," ".lr.'I.' for 'the
Wltneu feea __ __ ____n.___...___________n_____________ 840.20 even if it wai \ni"Cfsnn( i to kit : riiunly' of I".M..I. Hliilii, I'I".hl., aa auiliiranleii
n ..__. .__,_______ Senior I pvvmth League at her homo full ei.mpllnnre .. bid'
Court itenovrapher In Innolvency caie JJ 8J few thcatro | >
___ _.____ !I pnID} ;; partleH or II> "' OH to 1''IIkl'// ..loll.I. and ahull he o..hl..d Iliiul-,
Sheriff' a commUiiloni on dne., etc. collected ,- n -I1; ; Thiirstluv evening! nt H o'clock, ]IJnch: .. In th A
Feeding pHionera ___.____.__.__. ___- .. .___-"";_____ 2U.4 UI was nieuKuied! and charged, six I up intert-Ht, etc., i until the .\ 'if such. dainaifiii hid. ami, I'h.. event failure on Ihu nccM iiaib,>1aiia of
Pay of iurora In criminal ...... county and Juntlce; of person would' hnvc''Hii comiily with tho teilus thereof.liiindM .
peace eourta _______.___._____..________uun___ 34.00 lJ1 R in ; l D cl'tlb11'1'\ foot fur their Iwi ht. A : wall paid for you nxset. \biilihr' ...... slliill\I aniwify. tho aniouiit, of
Guard at Jail __________n_______ __________________ __4Contlngenciea 240.00 ... .. a o'' worth piobuMy morn than $'1.111(1fit ( coi'if bii. r"r "'"' ""> "ni" whin tlm hldilerTho
.. ______._______________.__._______' ..__ .d.82 I good: s'im was loul'/.uil. which went will h '
the end of niiiiyuars and YOlh'tllmiJy "f
__ ___________.____ '".'icrtifletl the 1":1:iicui). Many .delightful! games ".n.. I ;.i|'rlt .'| I'mhllc Instrunllon Be."L .
Innclt _________._____._____ __ would! Imve it roof ovei it* '4 "". ..n,1 ,
not presented __n.nn_ .____..__._____..._.. .-___ 29.89 WonoVs! Tonic '3m and inli'resting content were .enjoy .. \ l\l'KI'ol( I .
head which could.! not bo taken away ,

flclt March 81. 1921 ____________.____.____ _......__________ 4611idina : and sent for It. I took only one R ed. At a late hour the hostess served, from ihl'llfllr\ failure to a rent ii. ii wn.niii.Hoc reta rysorifK ; "hAI'.n.

March 31. 1823 ...________n_____._______.__________ ___08.IQ!_ rJ bottle at that time, and it helped iced tea and sandwiches. each month. )pay or_' ;' 7- -.(-ltH'lAtU'st I

', n balance March 81, 1021: ______.__nn_____.._________- *7.*9 me; seemed to strengthen: and I Those piesent were Misses! Henrl- Don't kid yournelf' ; you can own u Nnlliie ,Is hiiri.liy vtvell ;>
IiI I WilIn \lrtlie of that neilnln, .til Inn'*" and liy
,I'tta Connie and Dunn Padgett 1 .
ROAD FUND build me n!(lit up. So that laJU I home ilK well toilny UM" you could tenveurs tin. f licult ( iiurl i.f I"M.r.1, I i-oiiniy":'' m"r'
how I first knew of Cardu[. !Mae | Johnson. ]Krnnkie I'riesterAilii'n In a certain cniuio, Adiim llrl" i"1!' *.

_______________.____ .70 I of Jacksonville ", UK<>, if you wunt to. It is not i.liilnliir, and J. .1.I Cuuiiluiin Is d'lunll> I.hR' 'I.
titled not preiented Sept 30. 11)23) __n Lit.) when I began to E2 : Rnlght Lnuinu Reed, .
After .
bnlance Sept. W, 10J2 __...___._______.________________ 00.\1 '1'.1"'" | that the cost of building. muterlal' nnd lnlior ,levlvil ilium anil. will sell tn th.
I front of courthouse
ill] .. bunt hlihh f oaeh. In thn
get weak. and 'no account', 1 LjUJjr Rev. nnd :II I'll. F. W. Cramer .i t
that it is the .lInt.I.I.I .
will door In Slnrlie Hradford -
__ ______________ ...... l"'."' prevent you .
atnlandlnit Sept. 80. 102.:! nn ?? ] sent right! tot Caidul\ and It nnHJ Mi"'srs. Aubrey and Hldred Duncan, .. Idn' on Miinday, AiiKiist tf. III.! !, thn snme ,
coHt uf sutisfyini your inflated. dimands I and;1 hftwoen the ,.
ulfince !,ept an. 1B22 _..._ __.________.___..._?..__..__ 7tl."" [ never failed to help! me." J'tlJFJ !' l Raiford Rosenberg, J. C. PrieKler J. for ItixuritM and modern ixtrava Inn hours a /if,litial elite sahw. the day following. disrrllieil' :I

KEfEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS I :j wcslc and suffering Mil U TOW Hl'llIl.Vinifred nnd. Delma mint", lyititf and lielnic, In llradfiird, county,
__ ......________ 12.08 | If you are .
From comptrollir redemption ......_ {rr 'anio .-Industrial News: Hurcuu. 1 loriihi. to.wltl'
From comptroller, auto tax ___________________________ 80600 aionu. ,''J3 (rom womanly ailrients Cardui UU l.nuilholtz, Harold Piiester, RomioIiekle Hniilli U,1 of R.u'hw..l' Quarter' of H,ulhenfit > .

wliat nee d. SSUU I I and J;> had n ,"" of Ni'rtluaet tuiuliir : also, a
.7rilSRLRSEMENTS may be just you others.> eryone
t < Untune. .. .. .------------.------ UU strip" of hind thirty fin t wiile aitroes the vast
: FOR TDE-'SIX MONTHSfLeavlnB Take Cardui. It has helped good tlmo and voted, for unuther par i-tid of Hi.mil Half of NII.IIlumiit. ."r.r ofHnillhwest

__.___ ______________ III I I irsr' IIIKt : J11"JmSI': Cjiiurlir" .at Northeast Quarter, all .
----------------- -- to
and help .
ought .
thousands nnyou. ty xnon.ThereBsn. I In'Inif in Kectlon ..n".I." I Al. rowushlplive \ .

balance ____00 __--_._.__ ______________. 808.07 IJHAt I (151) l.uth. llaliiie I'wenty-two ill) fast.W. ; .
'rtlrteil not pnnented> ________. .___.___.___.. __............. v .T.iO dealers' It should not to dilllcult for moth 1. H'lt.UMDN.fiherllt I /
and Morlda.
all drug;:isls' TJlrmfSS.\: 1''Ad'.r,1 County,

ince March 31, 1923 *___________nn_._________._______... SCO.83'mir UM j ers to pernuuili. icirU. not to wear M ip- A S. CKKWMAlUn I'lalntllf. T-H-U-H-a

warranta March 81. 1U23 ________._____.___.________ 19.10 uL-.. '''r.tr.::: ::n="'etCl: r oJ'" I per <.'lothea." 'n"1rnr --- --.
'o c r-rra::::: f csi: ra nv: c==aa July U.-Mrs.: C. Sulli- -
', -. balanca March 31. 1023 _nn___________...._.....___. UOO.42 .-...... "It Isn't I.j'plied1illlt: Cnyennp ,' op risAi.. i>mniAii.KNotice .
.- l-hiint lo all whom It
>y "
"but it's, rather hard for KirU to ulven mn
eoneern that on Ihe 1th' dny of \uiit' .\, .
AGRICULTURAL FUND ASSETS AND LIABILITIES sunile! Momu of the mothers' t.. quit| 1UJJI. I shall apply to the klonorshle ,( /..
rirnen. county judun, aa jiidvn of 'l.n.liut... Ic rmy

.y balance Sept. 80. 1922 ...____._______._____.....__... ..18I ASSETS dfl'lIsinl( in that manner. final dlsaliarue as adinlnlHtratrlx I if the
"I n 00 -- ncollicted taxea, current year _____.. ___ .. ____00 _.._.n__ 14.004.70 at ihe sntno time I will prisent my llnal 1 sicounla --
administratrix of said estate, andauk
;'" I ulnnce lept. 10 1922.. .. .18 inn C.SCOT: an
REtFIPTS FOR THE .SIX MONTHS! ------------- -- ----------- Total available aiseta ________.____ __ __ -.____ .___________ llt.lal.7J A hotel nmnairer In London coining: for, Ihnlr June approval.Lialed a,/ I .

From ___.__ ... '*6 LIABILITIES 1IUJMfi
From comptroller tax collector,redemptions taxes un.n....--n-----n-n-r..,..... h r ** $ 1.00 Warranta. outstandlnii for current eirpensea _-__ _. .-_-___.__ 414 astlu nloni the corrldur,) saw the "boots" MAI Aritniiilstralrlx.NOTICE nnvAV. .
,. Union County ___________nn.. ___ __ _.____ 'IS.OOO.OII!! H-l-Ot-7-27
>'.. .iv balance ___....... till T .ilnaire honils outstandini, .._..__..........___.....---.. 2,41914brainair kneeling on the floor and clcumntf a -- ._-
'"1 .uu ouutandlna ._ ._. .___ ___ ___ H Hi OF FlrCTIONlly :
cil------- WarranU
I'-IRRStMtNTS FOR -8ixM Xj ; ------ -- ---- pair of hoots. outside n bedroom ,ilunr.H.iven't .

_ ___________________ ____._____________. th.. iiower vMU,1 I In them uy the ,laws
n Total ....__..._.-___+.?---------.------- ____ ________ l .781.70 I 'told' you that you 1\ro nut nf f InrlTu the bnanl. of puhlle Instruction. ofIlindfiird

'. "ry balance. 1I1..h.81. 1923 ____.___n____ ____00 ________. 1-la to tlean the bouts in the corridor but held county In the' h.hl.1.. ...Unn.tax school. 4e
to take them downstairs. district and one In I'lne Hill\ ) taa schooldlstrlirt.

WIDOW'S PENSION FUND 110118. .____________.____.__________ 10.000.00! \ lo ill termlne whl.Ihur or not their
V"rt;; _.. ..::::::._::::::::: 18.onn 00 Yes ..II'. districts shall be to elict thrxtrustns
__ .. ._. ___ ..._ _.. __________.______. .nn.nldl..
"ry: balance Sept. 30. 1922 ...____......_____________.___._ 291 -12 lurniture and fluttiraa _.n__, ?._______... 1.2M.OO Then why are! you dolnjr( it ? And' ",.t.mln.. amount of millairi -
mil unrranu September 30. lll.'J .._._.___-_ --------. ____ Other, property of county. ____...___.----.__----___........________ 500.00 t/> ... flila. elenllon .h.1 b
J"II7.. 192.t.L.
Because the mnn in this room i i.< ..1SioUhmun h.11 l.hmll.
... .t* W. KICKLITF.R.
'l 291
RECEIPTS ice FOR 1 ptemfcer THE BIX lo. M S1'OSj------------------------- Otal -. _.___- nq _______________ _-_- 811.700.00 air', and) hl)'. hnmiinif onto H. H Wff.OINS, __ .. Chairman.MSTEIt'M .
A-I "
.ry. 1-4"
------------ ------------------- ------- ------- --- thi' laces. .

>'<. .. nnUntu ______ "PI l <.-, HAI.Kllfifby .
----------- mn ilmcrlbed Isnds will\ he sold at public auction\ notloM t* uivvn thnt utidir itn"l byvfrltiti ,
ni'BlRSEMKNTS! ijB MONTHS Kotlee' la hereby irlven that the following
_____ ___.___ 14700or ihe rTRT, :MONDAY In ACOUST.! 1KJ1. II I"Inir the Klh iluv of said monlh.' h.fi.re the Out No U.o Sending Wm. .1. II. .f thnt crtnln. Unit I ilvrrv* .f for aliM.* ,
ance ._________..._______.._.. n en thereof "l vnivrvit un J'lJy A. tu :l I. by :1
much *n
Courthouse Door at Stark In Bradford. County, Slate of Florida, er so aa I'rens disputihus. tell that the ". m.. 4
.., with the us A. V. .. of ( t re nit Court:
balance March 81, 192J ___.____.__.______ ._____ 144.12 will be ntceenary. .o 1'.1tho amount due for UIXM set opposite the n.. together .. I.n..II. .. I.nl., lu. In ttmt c-rti lncttiiriw
A. 1C TCH, Grand la
C "llCht of the f'anyon
KZZBUILDING ;"' '''K ''_.rII1 cost of such sale and advertlalnu. nun wlmrnln I W B. Kniuht: tn
FUND .. Tsi sDescription ('r.. ltlent IlMnlinir, Hpepthlexs., Would' unil II. ft. (I..wn. O e. l"vll nml H.II"
M... T. R. Ow et *: C.nn l<.vll| nrv | r'.lnn..*. ill* IIn..I.n*'1 .
itory balance Sept. SO, 1922 ___..____.?__.._.-._____._.__ 2" .*!* -- that ull our politlrlons, loulil visit thl! oT( .r for ..1.) ft nil tnr ... I. hltrhimtnn

inriinv varrnnta Sept. in I9iitlnnee __ _-_..._____..__-_n..__.___. .. --- Lot dlt'J of<.r NE'/i Hlk' of 4l NE L >
.- *" ot Ho Inq a ............ __.n.__.. 287. .q '> Temi l .. add ._____T.....____28 8 S2 Mr*. Fnnlee B Canova.KttMit __'___ U 4 .---- M..mlMy.in. I.k. "'1nf AuuiiMt., A. l>. 11)23.durlntr .
....._____ 721
II: nik 61,. r Co sub dlv 2* 22Uit Con .
I a
F1PTS FOR TOE SIX MONTHSl"n All: .2 Blk T ariatown; ::::28 : 22Omi J K Canova ._n__.________. BO.1I8 NOTICE or API-IK/ 'ATION FOX TAX \IlKFIILSDKH th. IrHul hour* nf Mali..fur the purtwrn*
....-.----- ----------- .------------ ----------- UK. THIN,. 571 IIP THE of .Mtlfyinir mii
balance -- .___n________. -287.89- S\M!kit, of 1/18:ft H s.<] .In. _8W- C<-nor..2R : 22Blk F W PrliAers" Esl ..________ 1.nl .by notice(.rNKUAL la vlven' MfATI that TfHII ll. W :Moore, Mm. ti wtt.r..al ...t.t..tn HradfuH county Ktor
::: :: 11Ixit K !M Fllenon; .__..________ lll'flS43' ** .
'" all t, T Co a sub dlv 2H fl nHnn fl. .
'HI of
RSEMFNTS FOR TIIE'slX STHS liaeer of laa sale eertillratea' numliere" l lmi Mouth I. If nf Lot Tw v n.fn
______ pur
__ .
Contract for paintlnit. court hou -._.___?_.-..._..__ -?'.'n 2 Blk 41t I. T 4 Cos sub dl"U 82 Lucy Entflleh -_ t :rrtively I 2111.' Sid. HJ1. 3.1H. H41., 141 and -.b'p' l.vn. Mouth, lUnvn Twenty
--" l"'i'Tl 14 'L Lota 2 13 Blk l _._.____ (Ml 141' kssuinl 1.1the tax collector of llradfordenunty. (..*.*, btw .11' f ., ami wat by. 210" fitI
FrwymunthFlherl _
Itory balance. March 31 1923 __:.________. ___._............. .19 Co a a< _'. 24 II 22 Plorent r .dd28 II 2JIx
Ixiu 3 5 It of Hlk Kudnii s I
4 .. of ....d .I"t.
4.31R..m..nd 4. KKI I. and havlnal nlnd said .ertlfleae corn. .
__ H [> Illcka. ... _
>ls f1 7 II of Blk C Rlslnve in otriee. ha miil aiiplieatlon for taadMilM
OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS FUND Lot 1 of Blk 4(1( t, T Cos aub my I .
Hpeclal Master In Chancery.U I
div .__ _____.._______._____.__.28 8 22 Jackson.. _____ 881I .to Insue 'In BCeonlanee> with. law8ald B KNK1IIT,
tory balance Sept. SO, 1922 _______..____._________________> 2"*.53mu Lot 4 of Blk 32 L. T Cos sub certlllcatea reapeetfvcly embrarea the. Molleltiir for (:omplalnanl.
ouutandlnaSept.. 80 1923 ___00 ____.-._-.-__-___.__._ ____284.n2_ dlv ...__________-__.___ ____.__2* II 23 Edna Jackson. ____.._ .(IIIC fohowlnic Md at lanilit the date In llrndford of the Iheuance ounly.. of rlorida.asi auehcertirtcaUe I M.at'3I
One 'lot 52t, ft E W by 108 ftV In the .........U..Ih.r.I.. ..
.".. fi' .Iltlfl22 _____ __ __________________________ lti >l l"FrtlPTB S. "hounded E by J F Rhoden aflrr particularly, set aamea forth towitiertirirate OKIPR fflK Pl'lll.ICATION
V !Mrs, Al. ..s, .* 8 by ttiytstr I tn Circuit. .ur Mtste of Florida.
by ar
From FOR tax THE, collector SIX MONTHS, taxe* ______ _________-_____ 14 -,'.' ...t ,._______._________.__28 II 22 .H Murks. ., .__________ 773 <' nf Kant N Half.. 2Au of emliraeea ooutheast. one Quarter A 'In flWor offemlhiast Judicial. Circuit, llrsilfore1 Coumy. in oh.".

086.87 Lou Dnwllnes SB 10 add 31 82_ _M____U_._85___S6__._In_2. .. 21Wi C H Marka -------- 7.47O Q"....... fee< 41. T" 1.. H. It. tiKaHt eery.Illanche Jordan. '
V.VIn. balance ------ 1 .''''. aeeeMMl C. M Holder I
nr"HI TBS----------- of Lorn 1 2 all Lota a 4 Complainant.ea .
HSBMENTS FOR THE I BIX Certificate No, 119 ernhraeee Lot 1 In Kralers J
__ ______________________________ 8.00000 of nik 17 Blk* W"j 18 In nf L Lota T .*1 2 Coasub .A Add to Hamil..n. Hee. III. to 1, B. It. .. R Jordan
all Lot 4 P Pullum _______.. 21.M 2J raHt: an.esi...d Jnhn C. Smith. E
dlv ____. ____... .28 8 22 Defendant.
'1.1 lance March 81. 1923 ..___________. ____-___________ *5t'l.i 1. T COB
'.ndinn warrant March 81. 19J3 -__.____.________________.___- ____ Lou sub 2 div.A 4. of. _Blk____II.._____________28 .22 H C J'i.ford .. .. _____. 871 of( Vorthwmt of Nurtheant Quarter,Quarter Ht if and, Pp:North 7. S.Half K.It i 1 filed In the. ahove stated cause that B. RJordan .
defenilant therein aI
Hory balance March 81, 192J _________,_.._____ ___________.____ 1.190.8' Lm,||I"4 .of. .Blk.__1___t.._T_____"Co'____._.sub__28 8 It John Parker. ..I -. 579 tertlAeaie rant 120 aeree No.; ,tilt aaseesed emhraeM Faul Bra Northweafriiy I I resident, of the the elale, of I'1..rld.a.m", .eon-.

DRAINAGE FUND Lot rilv 7 _of_ Blk 11 L T .4.__Coa_.---sub. ..28 22 H C Richard ,_ .. ____... 10.87 .|pr nf arf.iithwvet Quarter, Hee 114. Tp I 1 eeala'upon himself him .. th.over process the a"e of be'... .
n.n 40 PaulBrcM
1,8. R. 22 East Berec, asease l 1.,1
Blk 89 NiJ cf Blk 41 L T .* Coasub yean ; it la therefore ordered that.n.r.
.J..ee. balance Sept. all 1922 _________________ .. '.*" dlv ...___ __-_ __. ___._28 22 E E Snelt ___.___ 9.88It.aav. Certlncau, "' 0. I4U emhraee* South Half of rnldenl il"fendant he and la hereby ,
oubttandinv 80 1122 .. -.---- Cor of Wl$ of NWUof I to appear t<. the of complaint Hied laidcause
Sept. ,j- ------ ------ ---- -- Com at NE N I.II ft of Northi-aat Quarter of goutheaatQuarter f hi
1"I* __._________.__ 2.31314 g.32114 W 2'i* on or I.f" the Kith dec of
onutan .
ft to a point of .br, thence. 8 24ftft ejieeeeed Unknown.Certltieat July, A UII13. IMOho.
-11' aaldle'urther
fl.1I.tt "' "" 1P S* .... --------------.---- -
--- ... _.__ 4.17AI. 'n. *
... __
T. .
flFr"'PTA' THB BIX MONTHSlv b> .ber ___ __________ ---. _____28 ItLot. of Houtaeaat", Qu....... Bee IS, Tp. 7, S. K. ordere that this order. lu publahed -
..... .......-.---- ---- t 4 of Blk 84 L T .eV Co's tub 22 hast, ell asaeaeeil O. M. IlennrttCertilleate "
-------- -- -- 28 j 23 .* Merrlck __.....:._- 10.88 ; once a week for four consecutive
? ,,,??'? ." -._____'_____.______ 2.3U.84 2 'A"I In NF't .;'"EH bounded. .;; ; F by *) of Northwest, No.Quarter.844 emhraee 8e*. MM,* Tp.North 7. It.Half K.Hilea Ihe Hradfortl In County said lounty'relenravh and ,.,a...n..a.
"BIRSEMEVT3: FOR "TB 8IX"MOVTHS! | V-rtle gu K by sir byWtetinon pllbl.h.1

._ _________-- ..____ '.OAO.OO add.. nd. _._._-n_.._N___by_ __Gaakiaa ____>M 22 W.... Manden _______ 8.31 Cured in O to 14 V CI..k "
NH.: .fI.|" ____ _______._.___. 2.819.4 4 A he* at NW Cor of SW4' ntWL (".1 n. Co".
Maeh 31. 1123 _________ ? .. E 4>4 ft. 41ft. !'r....tv* rrf"r' J money If PAZO OINTMENr fall By C .A. KNIGI'r.P"'I
O ".tandfner *."'\-t March. SI, 1921 -__-.____________--_- 8J1X14?? ......14Trnateea W 4f4* ft run V 4110 ko* -_.21 t 23 W.. Mo..d.n. _...._____ 11.81a I. '. 'f" 'd! ."'. t (fttcr flntlvHttPl'-<< ,, .. .
___ .
otandlna bC nel. _____
Mitnh 1923
> 1. 2 IS It 1-ee E: 20 ft 4A .1. M. JOHN
1-M Lots In 1 NE Cor of SE>. ol BE 42* II 23 ___.__ '.20 _. ..-. I' 1. Solicitor Cumplalnaat. '.Ia..7.13
< ___ .__ ,
kalane* March. SI. 1923 ... .__ ; 'H


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_" -", .. N.. "W -' L -- .;.;r.--;;;

X 04 .,h w ae>d r< nipK ," rA.+v+sP ,. T ,. .,







+. f a ath understood them.I of "JT>,l oU HfiJu.r.iV.1.,' -.uiUuTTa-ov WUIi > IJO......,..'''''',.". ," '. tl,.....,....."..aAln,.1.' 1 -T CTt i'i .:.--:cnrinnon ,>' 'en f
T first saw such a law in operationin 087 were large: ray wolves., 27.W i OtJII.II KI.I' "',I"","''M.\lUU.lIUIJ.UI..I".I""I.\ / -I' fftl'tf1 revs! That !Is, It Is 'l\'OMDfI''

I ,";, r Ford Leads In Conservation Michigan and in Colorado. In both coyotes, 2.827 bobcats and Cnnudu (M.I"N',(U'.e""'.IM MI.UIII.I. 'I In Now York by that much. l* It i Dot
states the owners of cars were loudin lynxes 173 mountain lion! and 111 That Is. It i H the answer given by slble that the use of soft ..ai nth
bears. Hears are generally: regarded,! Pr. John Itoners MiiHtwliniin, uH lstnnt smoke hanging like a blank, '
their praises of the law which had as game animal> and are protectedby professor of niatlu-nmtlcs at John.* : the city, has a tendency to mnio "over iJ..
I e-- Vi of Lumber Supply proved absolutely a success. 1 Imme'diatt"ly some state laws. No effort! In. mad, Hopkins university r. cold?"

sent for a copy of such laws to to take any except individuals knownto It's all very 'simple, according to It would take a long and precise u.rles .

+ r Michigan, Colorado, Indiana, Maryland be destructive" to stock. In addition the inntheniurlcluns. You luunuge It I. of experiments to prove -su.l

I -' and other pieces needed for shipping and Oklahoma and began sludg to the dead" -anlnmls secured U by loKiiiHIiniM. and there would still be till'I' .rrih3!(, !

I Great Auto Company Salvages Approximately \ Only the other day a Ford foreman ing them. :For about a year I worked Is estimated that not less than il1,0l1O( How do you say It In words! There" Ity ''that the higher ternperatur.\ niiiht, (
1 1; !90.000,000\ < Feet Annually work at Flat upon a law and roughly framed it to coyotes! were killed In connection with "ain't no such Cum'* There re millions I lip due to other Cannes! We ,'nW(
i visiting some company
,. pile of old meet Florida laws and conditions. I extended: poisoning operations. but billions, trillions, quiirtrlllloim.qulntlllloiiH that the city is hotter In the in" .,mar
Rock, Mich., found a great their' were not 'found. huiiiun thou the country, but that .
carcasses Hut thu. U ,
and aa on. I
Mich. July 11.-Salvaging then took rough draft to Comptroller I to
Detroit had been used as pilingfor my
lf, logs which predatory
of about 80OOt) ( > for figuring the reflection from the
The killing Imagination hiisn't gone bo \\u /r paxem! wj,
r approximately !00,000,000 feet These Amos, he ""'vas delighted with
of a temporary bridge. wero animals represents a saving of dollars' to the sinusquoted ', sup('rhonte4 walls of bulldlni.-.
+ of lumber annually at its Highland to the salvage the idea, was working out such a law the year enlth'of
I immediately shipped live stock and game for above It would exceed the \\ I( the "tmioke pall" k"-e-| the
Park Plant Is the 'Ford Motor -.comI department and sawed into usable himself, and gladly ironed out my amounting to over $1,000,000. Skin the world.! i greater atinopht.ilu tiuniiin: It

f' a pany's contribution to national for- boards along with the old lumber us- rough draft into the form In which sold during this period, yielded $Jt,- wyuld possibly be explained 'lie,

'; t I, estry conservation. ed in construction work there. that law passed. 202.75, of which $:::1J75'as! : derive* GRANDDAD OF ALL ROACHESInsect same lines that a smoke mnudi! 'm, ).

Aside from the wood used in manufacturing Standardization of shipping/( packages My law was then endorsed by the from skins taken during the same tects peach and orange orchard 'I01

automobiles, the company's has dune much to bring/( greater tate, automobile association! and associations year. Believed to Have Entered Safe northern blasts In early spring.

y 'e requirements for packing and shipping I efficiency in the lumber conservation of dealers and owners all over Seventy-Flv Year Ago Still Cities live under a more or less ,et-

run into enormous figures /and I program. the state. Tallahassee was! flood LIGHT GIVES QUEER EFFECTS i Ie I I In E lftenc.. petual smudge. The "smudge ,D..W
I I are always going I but If
1 to provide lumber for this purpose the wall with from prominent we could
,tf Three years ago company ed telegrams Strangely have our air from heaven
i every bit otllcrl.pI, is utilized through using' 000 different sized boxes and men In support of the law: The Florida Development of Photograph. Atchison probably baa the oldestcockroach of smoke and the strained!
Affected by Color Under the Globe sun-rays fulling upon[
the salvage department, even to the crates for shipping. Today 91 I: per cent state league of municipalities at Are Taken. la the world says ua instead of the soot, we should liixir-
of Jim Dyram
little Which They of that city. In the office
smallest posible pieces. The of the dame shipments are being madeIn their meeting In Miami early. ,in the ", Robbins Is Iron safe that fully accept aero Instead of ten degree
Bed John an
''l c that cannot he salvaged is used for boxes of 14 different sizes, some I year endorsed and urged such a law. Curious results are obtained when I was opened the other day for the first 'I above.

fuel. filling as many as 100 different need! You see that others besides myself I I certain objects are photographed under time in 20 years. On that safe is a
J The department, formed principal and 45 hoxei! and crates of different saw the need thereof. different lights. For example, lock that had not been taken apart NO AVAILABLE WOOD SUPPLY

+- 14 ly as a means of reducing waste, Is' sizes! meet aH the other shipping re- Now how does it work and what plates of a landscape: obtained by In- since 1849, the year the safe was man-- 1
conducted purely as a conservation quirements.At hardships are entailed? The comptroller fra-red light gives the sky a Jet black i ufitctured. And yet when Bobbins and Investigation Show' :That United

j agency. While it was not the inten- present the salvage; department", ) wil Isend blanks to all car own- and trees and grass, ns white as snow i. By ram took that lock apart the other I States Cannot Rely on Foreign

y1 tion.of the company to make it pro- w turning out an av'erajte of 15,00( 'ers: The law will not be clamped Ultra-violet photographs or pictures day they found In It (i huge cockroach Importation of Lumber.

.- i f fit-producing, yet by putting it, on an boxes and crates a day and !it Is not I down until such blanks are mailed obtained through a quartz lens white heav- I which seemed to be dead but'revived .I
i silvered on one side show few minutes and Is now ns
efficient" basis) It has progressed to I uncommon for a box or crate to have and the owner has had time to fill ily black. within a i A unique and exhaustive compilation
i t \5 point whcre it is now self-sustaining. three or four kinds of wood In its I same out. Then it costs him one small garden flowers as quite were due to pert as a ilapper. There was that no lock way : pf {.lie forest resources of the world<<
moon's whiteness Into
If the for the cockroach to get baa been completed by the Forest
An overage of 800 men are employed I make-up. Recent introduction of burlap I dollar and he receives a certificate of the presence of zinc oxide then the after the lock was pot together In United States Department of service

(.' working twenty-four hours a bags for making certain shipments title good for the life of the car whilein localities In which this substance was 184U. You may doubt that a cock- riculture. This reveals, among other Ag

I t day' in three eight-hour shifts, and cut the box requirements to his ownership. If he sells the car present when photographed by ultra road ran live 74 years, but your doubt things, that so far as our great strao.

Nl F + the work includes the operation of the I about 5,000 a day. ,. he transfers his title, and the new violet rays would not appear white, Is list answering the question. now tural and all-purpose woods-the .oft

lumber yard, sawmills and the handling Salvaging proceeds, 'in a building owner gets a new card from the comp- but black. This plan has been tried I did that cockroach get Into that lock :I woods-are concerned we must bo-
r i i 'j a of all new and old lumber fort 80 feet wide by 700 feet long, on the troller upon payment of a small fee. In the case of lunar photographs and after the lock was put together In : come self-sufficient or go without u
s t : i In the neighborhood, of the crater 1840T Prof. Charles Kennedy says Itdoesn't all the available Siberian tlmhe ,,
IIto shipping. well-known Ford continuous production If a thief steals your car, he cannot that : 'pre
i (I ( While every day the Highland Park system. As the old lumber sal- well dispose of it in Florida for he Arlstorchus It Is clearly shown whereofthe mete" possible that a rourh put ut the undisputed, call qf 'hp "'//11.|
to there Is a considerable area; could live to be seventy-four years old ted States 'the
G plant uses more than 200,000 feet of vaged from boxes barrels), boards and cannot prove his ownership and the surface material differs from that and yet he Is not taking a positive hardly supply one-fourth yearly export of would+
new lumber in making shipments, the scrap wood of every Imag\\ >le kind buyer purchases at his own risk, and our ai.
It I\;\ In Its proximity! stand In the matter, and says hit 'nual timber need There U an im./
salvage department daily re-clalmsl' comes In, it is sorted nod placed\ on a recovery will be easy. The thief must -In ordinary light this shows no vanation great-grandfather bad a cockroach that meats reservoir" of ImnlwoocN, in the

v, nearly 300,000 feet of old lumber and continuous conveyor which Yarries i it take the car out of the state to safely ( from the rest of the surface, but was sixty-two years! old, when a big- tropics which can be used for UniM!

.., ? converts it into boxes, crates, cleats, past various sawing stationi, Workmen I sell it and other states will soon pass repeated photographs taken with the footed woman stepped, on !It. and special purposes and secnreil' at'

14 f J braces and other pieces. on the line pick out boards of such a law, making theft almost an guartt lens and sliver lens prove that mahogany prices. Hut the struggle for
; Every factory unit in the Ford org- most desirable size for their needs impossibility. If the thief changesthe ode unsuspected substance exists on New Guinea Rich Country. the world's supply of soft wixwl, < will
I anisation, constantly strives for 100( Qto aim being to always saw the\ long- number..on 'the engine o; chassis' Sat spot. The difficulty 1 II to determine Fortunes In cocou rnuld b<' made! In ; become more and more Intensu and)

e4 p r a per cent lumber salvage. At the River est piece from the available boards. I he can never'- s 4dy__aeU'the': tar consists photographing
> present It seems Wisdom, who states that the Roll and! use their suitable ,
Lincoln and waste heals
the plant
Rouge plant, Scraps move on to the end and Into no ritle! .clI1! be! produced. different rocks until one Is
climate of the country are well suitedfor for growing coniferous woo.Is. limit
i at all branch plants throughout the great shredders where they The aeujniMnmd'dealerin: Iprge4 tie II 'I
are put "! the same characteristics .
r found that present* growing profttn vpitetntlon.. hireIs study.! shatters the dream of those nhirely
1 "u I"'I" country, every bit of lumber possible into small pieces,. then cniw.** upyyfa le"' Often. a fence for the'' disposal of as those I of this district! of the Imported Into :New" Gulnoii. though::; ; on importing the timber) we n.M

4 Is used for shipping and what remains a suction tuba and blown over to the stolen cars. Under this law be is put moon. There have been" unnvwIIIngly rice could be grown there In abun I when our own Is gone.Standards .
{ w( is sent by the carload and the furnace rooms' tc? be used as fuel. under rigid' inspection and% nURt de- tried lavas, volcanic debris and minerals dance. Another opportunity lay In

t, i truck load to Highland Park where Complete 'box $ move on to the de- scribe,. <<6h car he buys and sells. A I of many kinds.-Washington the distillation of cumml'TI'11i1llc"hnl.. of Measure.

facilities permit the utilization of partYnt requiring them man's earls' safer than it ever could Star. The nepu plant containing: 2T per cent For most of us the knowleilgtluit I+,

smaller pieces than at any other / fate pletes! cleats and braces are I be under old conditions; It certainlyis alcohol grew nil over New Oiilnen. a meter Is. 3.37 inches longer rlian a
'" place and where salvaging is cnjfr sawed to proper wiles and are sent to very little trouble to fill out a sim- Free Ride Brings Suspicion General Wisdom said.l the country yard is quite sulticlent. We mint

I rigid l to the extreme limit. yr': the several departments each assembling ple blank, to send it to the comptroller The snow had cluinnwl: to rain and teemed with opportunities for men of know as much us that hecnusi- 'tie
l 1 'd r in mx01" 1 its own crates. the streets were full of running enterprise und with a small amount metric
Employees! engaged and to keep the certificate of title system of measure IK H"My!
t'ucted to water and slush. The hour was lute of capital. I.lIhor.nll rhenp, nativesbeing
M i Two employed; that Hi, 'he! It
s Incoming shipments are Pf departments may be used to in one's pocket. And the fee of one onu constantly
and Fifth avenue till but des&I'telVh n paid uliont 1.2! week and
with per
/ I OSI illustrate\ the necessary" toturn meters Into ;e." >r
all VT great daily require dollar is certainly reasonable enough.
carefully remove
the flivver driver hastening home noticed the center of the 'Nlnml rnnld be .
16' per- ments for this kind of lumber yard But threJlnellt'lits! of m torn
The Now what will this law ?
little damage as pi" accomplish
dense ..
standing on a street corner a cleared of the mnngroxswamps. .:,: science demand ,taccural.'Y
to' a far higher deer
department >
't milling the SIlI.-ge radiator assembly department utilizes In 5llchigan, the first year of its operation man In evening dieis! who was vainly Tl..reV1're two ,,"\'IlIhlp: in than ,
measurement i- ere
utilize thenvfthe tmost- I twenty-two pieces of wood In every it reduced insurance rates 30 seeking to find u tiixl. rivers one 'l!"(00 and l the other 200 I haps ever dreamed, of In the .ittllunrr;

4s ,+ Lumb t'fro'u' more than 1,500 worn shipping crate and afl average of 2- per cent, reduced theft fifty per cent The flivver man drew alongside nail, miles! bug soil,! !If men with tropical walks of life. The pains taken 'o I .>b-
out tv'cnr8 from the J1- T. & I. has 200 of these crates are sent out ev- and resulted in the recovery of fifty said : "I'm going down as far ni experience cruild be got the country ,I tRill precise standards of measure are

pg l ,,,'n its way to the salvage mill to ery day. per cent of the cars that were stolen. Washington Square. Glad to give youa would de\pl(Tji: Into one of the brightest I almost beyond belief of one who i I- not

/f converted into boxes and crates I In the carload shipment of 100 mo- This in spite of the fact that other ride, If you wish! British P"RC'M"lnn! familiar with scientific metioik,, ,

) tors, 750 feet of heavy lumber is required states surrounding Michigan had no The other wltutcil., But the" rain Everyone knows that so an,>l
for was Increasing. "Thanks he answered British Boilers. "standard" bars, on which the 'u,-)
opnmnuntnlllllfJnuwww.uun.n = .r.IIIIBIIIIl1m! proper bracing and pack such laws which worked a much
With than and climbed In. In some parts of Engtand, there are length of' the yard and the meter are
M I ing. more fifty-four of thecars greater handicap than it will in Flor-
All during/ the jimrney the man In steam boilers mill working( that wereInstalled marked are In' the possession of the
going out daily, a total of ida. Moreover it resulted in several
4 over evening clothes! sat tense and, poisedon 1 ". from fifty to one hundred governments of the United State
a--- oo.uuo feet of lumber is required ev- hundreds! of thousands of dollars for the edge of the back seat. Ills years ago. They provide active\ witness Great Britain. France and other ,nun

ery day for the shipment motors the road fund" ft cost 21 cents per sensations! been me apparent to tbs to the excellence of British en tries but every one doe! not know

alone. a certificate to put and keep the law in driver, who turned roiiuu. gineering. A short: time+ ago a leading with what care these standards have

Lumber conservation, as practicedby operation, in spite of the fact that it "It's all right, ($buddleC he said. British boiler expert had the curiosity been compared and with what patient' (

I t 25 cent the Ford Motor Company, "has was a new law and much red tape "I'm no holdup mnn. And anyway In to subject ,twd J old Iron boilers, proba- they have been minutely measured

,4 th '9 proved a practical business Invest- had to be entailed, hence netted the offering. you a lift I took as big a bly about sixty: years old to careful again and! again.-Washington Star
i ment, but of far greater significanceis state road fund 76 cents on each dollar chance on you as you did on me.-" tests. lIe found flint the old Iron

the saving in forestry it makes possible paid in. New York Sun.Dennla stood up astonishingly well under Should Grow Timber.

and the example it sets for {private Now there is no reason to suppose heavy hydraulic pressure! and he noted The national lumber shipment In
NiRiti"V Want Ad and public will in Suddenly R.ald.! particularly that the slight cracks 102O:! was about 2,070,000 earlond, !Is I, and
enterprise throughoutthe that it work legs efficiently which had been formed round the rivet
At Life's celebration on Its fortieth the average haul for each oarhmil 4.1(
country. Florida. If the one dollar and a little holes In the original punching had not
anniversary one of the stories told was miles. According to the best estimate
trouble the expends will extended during the life
owners of a call made by President Wilson atLllo's working of of the forest service United, State
AUTOMOBILE REGISTRATIONLAW his theft chance cent tile boilers. Thus tie that
reduce 7J5 per office while he was passing proved the Department of Agriculture, the freight
L, will sell a EXPLAINED BY AUTHOR reduce his insurance rate 30 per cent, I through New York, to see a former old kind pf Iron used In these British bill on lumber fur that year was $JS:

_1 and will net the state over one hun- classmate In college. Robert Bridges. boilers was hardly surpassed by the 000,000. A fraction Of this sum says
The law that has brought the greatest dred thousand dollars for roads-then He asked Dennis the elevator man, for iqaterlal employed! by the finest of up- the forest service, wisely Invested, each

I+ measure of critlclsgi on the last \sn't this a good law and worth the almost 40 years, If Mr. Bridges were to-date plants year In forest protection and rehabilitation

$ Horse legislature, because of the Inconven- small amount of extra trouble it en- In,' and was ,told that Dennis would would grow timber where It
$200. ience of complying with its provisionsIs ti tils ? Read the law carefully, then see. Nation's Forest Problem. Is needed reduce the nation's freight
Every year makes the forest problem bill vast
cheapen and release
ry the automobile registration law. In look up automobile theft statistics, "What nam? asked Dennis lumber
"Just say the President" remarkedMr. of the United States more clear amounts of railroad equipment and. lifer
view of this fact a discussion of its automobile insurance rates, etc., and Col. William B. Goal
Wilson. says Oreeley chief of for unavoidable transport.
or a burdens and benefits' by its author I believe that you will be convinced. "President of what?' asked Dennis. the forestservice United States De- and Iron cannot be. grown, but tluibor
will doubtless Interesting to the And in figure the additional of
prove passing, Then Mr. Wilson fare Dennis his partment Agriculture. The problem can be.
J jlr readers of the Telegraph. Dr. W. A: sum for good roads. card, on which was Inscribed "Ihe has two mnln features. The first feature -

MacKenzie, who introduced the bill No state that has passed such a President Washington and Dennis Is the rising cost of timber products < Invisible.

; Garsiiiooo in the house of representatives writesas law has had anything but praise for took it upstairs.! II* came down its'">a which Is due primarily to heavier A peculiar machine Is exhibited In
: r $$1000 follows of it In the Leesburg Commercial It-from' owners and dealers, and no few minute with' the word that Mr. transportation charges from more America by Peter Davey of England.I
: state has ever thought of repealing it. Bridges was out. anti< Mr. Wilson left.:: and more distant sources of supply. It's called the "oscilloscope." An electric

Judging/ from your editorial in last sn't that the proof of the eating? It was not until an hour later that The second conditions feature Is the unproductive sewing machine Is nm at rap
Friday's Commercial do wholly -. Dennis realized whom he had been entertaining ot Immense areas of speed. Light rays from the oscilloscope
you -
ij land which are not adapted to agriculture seem
make the needle
: unawares and consternation : fast-flying
approve automobile theft ..
Life when perfectly motionless. Switch the light
reigned In the building he I
I law. You are so ,generally right in i told of If.-From the Outlook. off and the needle la seen darting up
'your editorials that I fear you may Florida Sanitarium and IIo oital, I Affects All Countries. and down.

; have misunderstood the reasons for Orlando, Fla. Medical, surgical, ma- Lonedale Rode With Circus. I The: International chamber of com- Light vibrations thud deceive th.

$ this law, just how it operates aid< just tfrnity, capacity 1013* atlents. Equip- Lord Lonsdale, well known as one ol merce Is a federation of financial, industrial eye. Makes you wonder about the

what it will do. Therefore, I know ment modern, rest, diet, physiological England's foremost sportsmen, recently and commercial forces of the forces and "thing, around' us that are.
will world modeled upon the chamber of Invisible because our five senses ar*'
you pardon my argument that therapeutics. Unexcelled in the south- confessed that In his :youth his
this law was needed, that "it will workno east. 5-23-tf. love for horse drew him Into the circus commerce of tN United States for not sensitive" to their vibrations. Tile
uniting business In the work of removing sixth sense (psychic ) may i hetime
hardships upon honest car own ring and for a year and a half .
Farm ers and that it will result in good for WAR ON PREDATORY ANIMALS he traveled with a show aa a per- cles to artificial trade between and unnecessary nations and obsta-overcoming ability to "feel" these vibrations.Peanut "
dealers and for former.
; owners. foreign trade resistance. It Crop Worth While.
+ The theft of automobiles, especially Organised Drive Agalnet Eneml of BEYOND has more than l.nuo members in 23 The value of the pen nut crop !In 11VJ2Is :
Fords,!, has reached a point whereIt 8tookmn Yielded flood Results WEALTH countries! among which the United estimated at $1!.222,00:;: <> by rime
Is a most serious menace. An automobile In the Pt Yar. State. U Included. United States Department of Agriculture
the Valuabl.. Found In "King Tut'*" ,
represents quite an outlay I lu lilt: the value wan estimated
IT of capital yet the smart thief can Daring the past year an averageof Tomb Had Ben Invested IS THERE WARMTH IN SMOKE? at I33.0II7.0UO und In 103O at ,.u.2.>d.'
200 hunters trappers and poisoner When H* Died. '
> rob you of this capital in the twinkling 000.
I r was employed under the supervisionof Matter Over Which There Seem to
i of an eye and by changing numbers the biological survey United State ,. It has been estimated by Lord Car B* Polblllty for Conelderabl* -
What is on the car, can make it most difficult Department of Agriculture, and many narvon, who- has been superintending Difference of Opinion. Line to Be Remembered.
more economical of recovery. Our only protection thousands of stockmen participated In the excavation: at the tomb of King Today Is your dIY mid mine ; tho

l and is theft insurance-yet thatis the distribution of poisoned balu durIng Tut-Ankh-Aiuen n.4r Luxor, Egypt It sounds rather unreasonable and, only day we have ; the day In whichwe
profitable getting 10' high that it, {is almost pro- the organized drives against predatory that the total value of all object anyway, we would rather be colder play our part. What our part may
hibitive and is getting higher each animals. Part of the men employed found In the tomb Is about 15000000. and see the sunshine. We refer to the signify In the great whole "'. may

s than a want year. The. insurance companies have were paid by the federal government Somebody with a mathematicalmind A-led discovery by a suburban. New not understand ; }lit'I'p are here we to
considered and part by the states and. popped up and asked : Yorker that coal! smoke makes the Play It. and now is our time. >
ad in this paper? seriously against theft.discontinuing Many states insurance other 'co-operating agencies. which "How raucti would that have amounted city warmer.' He writes : "Several know: It Is a part of action, not not of
contributed UX3,4Ofi to the work to If. Instead of bating been burled owns: ,, on the south side of Long Island whining./ It is a part of love
got busy and passed! laws aimed at cynicism. It !la for un to express love
with the thirty-live centuries ago
king have
What have Hunters are required to turn In a* noticed a greater, discrepancy -
you. the protection of cars and in each evidence the skins. or scalp of animals It had been put out la safe 6 per cent In the weather this winter than In terms. of human belpfnlness. This
sell? state such laws have proved. a success, killed when found In suitable ground rents compounded Interestup ever before. Instead of varying) three we knew for we have learned from
to not only successful but very gratify condition. Such positive evidence was to the present day?'' oP tour or five degrees! from the New sad experience that any other courseof

t ing to owners and dealers when they Qbtflla. "d_ dudng the year.Jn .thecae!! Ui-ni l< tli".ausa..e. .,.. "qqOt1tlooo.. foni sUs .tjuuixirKiiiro. it tr n >ted -DavId life leads Starr toward Jordan.decay and \\'l4td.

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