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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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i oinpuny "G-," 154th Infantry, ispreparing FARMERS: TURN I'lIun"i-: I is Unreasonable and Without charges for such traffic. If this procedure Adjutant\ General J. Clifford R. Fostor CAKEINE: I AM\ CIGARS ff";',

; to join the regiment at Any Good Excuse, ? can be followed by the car- :Makes First Announcement .11 t
Camp) Joseph E. Johnston for the Steal Eeach Other's Harvest! Handsin riers, then there could never be a 1\\- of Camp Thief Feasts Before Donning Stripesat 1t :

regular annual encampment, August I Fields. of Kansas Florida's railroad commission 'has "ill decision of the interstate commerce the Road Camp 1Ii.'!

I 6th to 19th. I marshaled all the facts and figureson commission in any rate case COL. RAYMOND: TUItt'K WILL t .,

Tin armory of the company is nowa In the hope of quelling piracy on the latest increase in railroad before, it. The carriers could apply! HAVE COMMAND: : : OF CAMP: Saturday night one of the light

r crv busy place on Monday and the Kansas highways which has rates the raise in the refrigeration for rehearing; upon rehearing being circuits was "aborted," with the result 1

Wednesday nights of each week getting sprung up in wheat harvesting re. charges filed with the commissionand decided against! them, they could filea Destination of units. of tho Florida that part of tho town had, lights ;

ready for the annual encampment "ions. farmers in outlying sections effective August 10, and has presented I supplement (as was done in this National Guard and oflicers of the and+tha remainder was. in darkness. .
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New uniforms have arrived and have appealed to authorities to take a strong petition to the interstate case) stating the increases desired, stair corps and departments to attend The streets were dark and many of 1 4 6

Suppl'! !Sergeant ,E'lery' M. Davis is action against forces in small towns commerce commission urging and thus procure a second re-hear. the annual summer enc'dmpment the stores had to .trie tallow dips. A 1 r

having the time df his young life fitting and along the main roads who have that the order be suspended.The ing; and upon suspension of such and training period at Camp Johnston thrifty colored ,man named Adolphus

out the men with the new goods> repeatedly raided trucks! full of har- orders increasing rates Is- the supplement they could proceed to file\ near Jacksonville August Ii to Parks who lives south of the Alligator 1 }

nile every man in thacompany has> vest hands and compelled the men culmination of a long fight which has another supplement carrying the increase 20, wan madq In special order No. and who was never known to %I
to stop and into been ,three times won by the Florida and BO on without en,1. Sum neglect any opportunity for enriching
constituted himself a committee of go nearby fields in 115 l Isued on July 11, from the office
one to secure recruits and is trying I stead of going on to their destination. railroad commission. It la not believed cient time should, at least elapse between of the adjutant general of the state, himself, happened to be in town and
I Truck drivers that the present increase Is a final rehearing decision of I' thought the 1 Egyptian darkness ought ,
to give the company clerk a case of operating betweenthe J. Clifford R. Foster at St. Augus I
writer's cramp in writing up enlist- Wichita employment agencies and based upon any stronger grounds the interstate commerce commissionand tine. Between 1,200 and 1,800() national -, to bring him something as
ment I wheat belt towns considerably removed than the previous attempts. an attempt to nullify such decision guardsmen will be encamped at Now, there was the store of J. W I -

papers. have been instructed to take Lack of adequate financial support by filing tariff supplements, as. to Black Point. I White & Son, where aR sorts of good y
of
and nights t
On Monday Tuesday the of I precaution against raids upon their is a handicap under which the Florida reasonably warrant the_ belief in such I 1 Colonel Raymond C. Turck, 1 tilth things are sold. Behind the store Is!

this week, through courtesy passengers. I \ commission has to labor. To changed conditions." 1 infantry has been assigned to command a warehouse, with a door on Walnut

the management of the of the Gaiety Theatre They maintain a high: rate of spied gather data tb combat the array of The chairman of the state I the eamp'and will\ have as his street After slipping out through I.

motion pictures receivd regimentwere with though all small towns and --omnium- ': statistics which the railroads! will offer !sion, R. Hudson Burr, says commis'l aides Major Jacob II. Spengler O,. this door hiding places can be found a t
shown and were I, would require thousands of dol rate increase "comes at a in I plenty. Adolphus entered thu store
the people'of Starkethe i ties through which they pass, and 1M. C., of St. Augustine! camp quartermaster
grat interest by skirt some of the towns to prevent I lars. This sum is not available, and the railroads of the country. ; Major Guy A, Kloik. M. on Home pretext and made a mental st
pictures being shown three I do Is to rely ing more trulllc than at any timu In of sundry things desirable a
all the commission can map very
being beset by forces wishing their I I C., of Daytona camp Surgeon; Cup
tunes and the theatre being crowded labor I upon witnesses from grower organizations their entire history, and also' in the tarn CieorgeM.; : Coslic-k, of the department to havi Then when the store personnel r r

each time. These films which were and other local sources of in face of operating revenues which aro I of St. Petersburg, camp were busy, he snouked Into the e tt -
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taken last year at Cantp Johnston are IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT I' formation at the same time trying to the greatest and most favorable to ordance officer; Captain George C. warehouse and hid.. Between 11 and 1 ? J'. r k

excellent and gave our people exactly -. I 1 show the weakness of the carriers'case carriers since the war. The Florida I Garcia I. G. department of Jacksonville 12 p. m. buyers becamescum1! and
J what takes place in camp; showing by cross-examination. railroad commission have felt encouragement Captain (Geo. the store was not well watched. Adol Xt h.
: Frances Lowe was charged with camp Inspector( ;
the different outfits at drill, firing being "delinquent and incorrible." After Florida's opposition to the increased because of this increased .1, W. Bassett, J. A. department of St. phus then made a raid filled. his

on the range,.on parades amt reviews : hearing the evidence in the rate Is bused upon its unreason- movement of commerce and theimproved Augustine, Judge Advocate and Captain pockets with bottles of grape/ juice '

and at play. Quite a few of Judge Green committed her to thc ease industrial ableness, and the fact that the same financial results from railway C*SU'on Fleming, A. G, Depart- and his shirt bosom with different '-

the men of Company "G" were recognized -i school for girls. question has already \been fully adjudicated -I operations, and if the present I inert, of Jacksonville, camp adjutant.. kinds of cuke. Then he heard noise vk;
by themselves and associates I e and decided against the railroads ratio of business and operating reve- The organizations attending the and quickly withdrew, to his hilling i ,
Johnny Walton was selling cornplaster
and friends, particularly Privates I toothache drops etc., with- I I Under this head the petitionsays nues so far in H)23\ were to continue : camp will be! the commissioned offl- pfnoa He was doen but slipped out. 1 ,
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L-.ui Moore and "Doc" Williams\ I : for the full calendar year, it would of the stuff and departments \%hen eat- to reenter tho store he I'
cern corps
out 1.cense He diJ-i t deny the
pui"ing (for all they knew how in a i iI charge a and was fined 50 und all coati: I I'e submit that the carriers are in scorn certain that some reductions, In the 151th infantry, Companies went buck" and grubbed two boxes often

''uu I of war which "G" company won, four months in jail. I the twilight zone of contempt of the rates might be made. "I 1)" and "I- '" lilt engineers, vent cigars and incidentally a t

1 rporal James Geiger with his ever or"Dr." Johnny Walton had yet an- I interstate commerce commission in "This" he says, in an earlier paragraph of Panama City and Centur; 114th gold watch lying closu by. The ,di' rk- I

-sent and pleasant grin Lieutcnum lie I thus filing a supplement to increase of the memorandum accompanying motorcycle company <>( Jacksonvilleand i I ness bothered l lam}, but he took anything .
other charge to answer. was accused
Wall and Griffis watching the of from tho ; refrigeration charges; scarcely before the transmission of the petition thu 220th motor transport com at bund that ha could hideaway
removing
'ittie. birdie, and Captain Peek and I county that had a lien property against, it. Up- the ink is dry on the rehearing decision to the press "shows very clearlythe \ pany, also of Jacksonville. I 1 + ,. 4
'1 The pictures are interest- determination of the carriers to, 1 1I
pipe and of that commission reported Service Company First. : Later it was discovered that the
I he plead guilty
on arraignment f
nif., instructive and historical and under $500: bond for his only a few months ago establishingjust be unreasonable In their demand up According; to instructions! issued in cigars and the watch were missing,

Clarke is fortunate in having had an I' was appearance put at the a fall term of the i and reasonable refrigeration Ion the public." I the order the first unit to reach camp and. the following morning the mutter I ryk 3

nportumty to see them. circuit court.Adolphus will bi the ,service company of the154th was laid before Chief Kite, and. the t
Company "G" now has on exhibit Infantry, less the band section I fact that Adolphus Parks hud been
luck
Parks has had bad b
ui the show windows in the Powell I'I of late. He stole a goodly number of COMPLETION I from St. .Augu tine. This... unit will 'I seen In the storo under. suspicious cir

building northwest corner of Call 'articles from J. W. White & Son's;!EARLY prepare the camp for the rest if the cumstances. Parks' residence being

and, Walnut streets the different store Saturday night, but was arrest. troops which will arrive in camp Aug. outside of the town limits, and. i
items of equipment of an infantry Constable Johns and G. Accompanying thin! organization Constable Jake Johns learning of the
ed Sunday by e
ompany and this. exhibit is attract. had to give it all up except a quartof OF HARD SURFACED will 'be \Major Spongier, who will be Incident ho went them! and noarched _

ing a great deal of attention. grape juice and a few pounds of, in comand of the detachment. Parks' home and. recovered the missing e

Recruits are .wanted by Company angel food cake, which he had already Jacksonville will have three ugun- articles and many moro that; 1 .
'G,' and all physically and mentally devoured. lIe plead guilty and izations. In camp, being the only.FIor-, would probably not have been missed. h

uund young men over the age of 18 was fined $200 and costs or six ROAD NOW ASSURED ida city to bo represented... by moro When Jake arrived Parks had<1 a pieee

years of age are urged to enlist. The months in jail. He had no money than one company in the training of cake in one hand a bottle of grapejuice

National Guard is now recognized as but had plenty of time at his disposal work. Company "F" of the 151th)) Infantry in the other and his shirt pocket .. lp rk

front line troops; Is a training school and accepted the jail sentence.TO STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT: ENTERS pedient. It is'; a very liberal contract Is commanded. by Captain C. crammed full of choice cigars.
in time of peace: its clothing and its INTO=" CONTRACT: WITH and one under which the two board W. Bunker with Frank Whiddon, tat Ho was arrested and when brought h i0Ile ebefore

equipment is the same as that of the THE CITIZENS OF STARKEI I COUNTY: FOR COMPLETIONOF =" carr work in perfect harmony. Lt., and, Harry E. Hare, 2nd Lt. The Judge "Green; pleaded guilty f.!
sentenced fine of
United States and it Is an organization in I was to pay a
army, HIGHWAY WITHOUT FURTHER That the} proposition made to th. 2-Hh! motor transport company
of which to be proud. by Mr. Matthews on behalf also a local outfit with John C. Byrne $200) and costs or six months In jail. -
Council Department
am requested by the town DELAY. I lie is doing time at road work'f
the now
The following is clipped from notify all tractor drivers that I of the Bradford county trustee! as first lieutenant and company com +
editorial page of the Times-Union to strongly to them is shownby 'mander and. Robert M.: Holder second ing. i
they are not permitted run tractors What is regarded as the most important appealed 4Jay
under date of July I, 1923: resolution offeree lieutenant. The 114th I motorcycle e
the fact that the
and down the paved streets event in the history of Brad 1 ,
=National" Guard to Camp up the : by Captain W. J. Hillman authorizing company is the third Jacksonville t Hugh Brownlee Jr., left Wednes. I
thereby to ford transpired Tuesday
of damage county
Florida's National Guard will undertake because Of course they have I II morning in Tallahassee when the the contract received a unanimous: I unit ani"is commanded by First afternoon fur Ilcndursonvillv, N. I
a tour of field duty on Aug. brick pavement. into vote lieutenant 1V.: Garcia and Second C., where he will Join N. B. Hull and i l
>th and going into camp at Camp I to and are allowed to cross a paved I':State contract Road with Department the county entered Board of Immediately after his. arrival 01 lieutenant Thomas R. Puyna. Both of spend, two Weeks, then Mr. Hull and eKy

Johnston, near Jacksonville will\ street when necessary. a Mr. Matthews Instruct! these organizations are> attached to Mr. Brownlee will motor hack here, '
I The council has ordinances requiring -i i Bond Trustees by the terms of which Wednesday '
pend two weeks in studying the du- connections for all\ soil ,' first-class hard surfaced road will the secretary of the trustees to send 'I the quartemaster corps. 't'hileIrll.: Hull will go to HempsteadL. I
'"..- of a soldier. The National Guardn ;closets sewage within reach of water mains.' be a immediately built across the county out a call for a special meeting of Every effort will b<: made to Insure I.I to visit relatives! t tot ,
this state, under the careful and I the board Friday afternoon at twr maximum attendance at the f '
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been served north to south becoming a
has
Ninety days notice from I better marks will be made this year al) .
apuhle management of Adjutant At this meeting the contract camp and employers have been requested ?
A good number of State and Federal Aid RoadNo. ) o'clock. t
on certain streets. I part and that the grade of expert riflu- (
G"neral and allow their employee their ihy
Foster is well organized will be to /
the state departmen pre
with
have complied but also a good number 13 from Baldwin to Gainesville.E. I man will be made by several individual qt'
,irobably measures up to or above i S. Matthews, chairman of the sented for the signatures of the trustees vacation! periods to coincide with the e1(>af
have not. )
tho average in the states. Interestha and of work mapped camp dates.. All men will be Inoculated *
attendedthe
1 1i board of.-trustees a program .
= steadily increased in the guard The mayor's sworn duty Is to see county meeting of the state out. While it is not known definitely! and vaccinated before the Governor :May Visit Camp 4y
that ordinances of council are observed quarterly their homo stations and Governor Cary A, Hardee will prol .fit
leave
the past year or two after a periodof i which convened In Tallahassee just what this program will be it I II troops. '
The and complied with.I department with disease will ably visit the during the trainIng .
inattention and reconstruction. Monday: morning. When he probable that the board will authorize [, no man contagious camp
.iuota for the state, as allowed by the have instructed the marshal to report I returned home Wednesday at noon he the engineer! to proceed at once with be allowed! to go to camp. period sad inspect the troops. ,

war department, has not been filled all who have ignored such ninety brought with him the much covetedcontraM the advertisement for bids on thegrading Combat Drills' Planned.A On this cession designated as novo )
but Florida stands well with other day notice, who are thereby subject I by the depart and drainage structures from I thorough Infantry training course ernor's day a regimental parade will w,
signed
states in percentage of enlistments to trial with fine and cost when I II : duly Starke to tho Alachua county line. If! will be Indulged in during the fifteen be staged. Parades will also b
and !general interest. I found, guilty. It Is hoped that all will ,' ment.the terms of the contract the local this section of be road is let to contract i days of the encampment. Close order I, at other times during the period

'The camp grounds, on the St. cheerfully comply as speedily as I By trustees are privileged to begin the convict force after completing drill will occupy: part of the program to further acquaint the men with the t 1

'Johns river, are in splendid condition : practicable. work at once and prosecute it as rap th* grade( between Starke and l' but the majority of the work regimental drill field formal forma r rEach

nd the citizen-soldiers coming here COMER. PEEK, Mayor. I idly as possible until the funds they ,Lawtey, will take up the grading t r'',, the encampment are assured of : hand are exhausted. When Highland from Lawtey. In this way 1 out military problems and tactics. In Infantry company will also
a'; reasonable comfort and every fa. CARD OF THANKSWe :' this have is on done the department pledgesto it Is believed that the paving contractors .. this cunection all of the auxilliary\ organizations be required to furnish guard details

"Iity' for studying the art of war andbecoming -- take the work over at once and may be put to work In January .'I i will be utilized. their during the stay at camp and the regular I $

proficient in the various sincerely thank all our friends finish it without delay. The work to I and that a well seasoned grade L'' capaclti. All branches of combat routine of guard, duty will be observed .

features of a campaign of defense. who sent flowers or so kindly assistedus be done by the trustees is to be of a may be delivered to them as rapidlj! !, work will be Indulged In while in the during the period. The for.
the time of the death of our field mal guard mounts and parades will
Besides many fine building, drill at by the State and Fed- as they are ready for It. I
I Mrs. Mary P. Shaffer. Several type approved less tha All oganizatlons will fire on the be to the public, and as these
grounds and roads, Camp Johnstonhas loved one '! eral road authorities and U to b. under It now seems lure that in I open
one of the finest rifle ranges In'' of the cards accompanying flow- their supervision, but the trus- two years the fifty mile stretch o:t nfl range In prescribed courses. are the most impressive of military!

the country and rifle practice is one era were misplaced, therefore it is t privileged to make selection road from Baldwin to Gainesville\ wll I Spirited competition resulted last i iI formations, it is probable that many
f the*Important features of the en impossible to write a personal note tees are of pavement and to begin be hard surfaced and ready for th
campment. The location of the camp to each one bat we take this means of where the type they see fit and carry on such the range and some excellent marks opportunity to lee the Florida, dtli a
of expressing our appreciation. deem (Continued on Page 8) were made. It In expected that even soldiers In action.
work they ex
of the as
Mr.\ and Mrs. James M.\ Mitch*!!. parts
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wp' JU'! ? nmunrn''mmm'IfiIJC'lt! I Ii6t According to Fort Myers papers, WIFE AND CHIEF FEEL FOUL; FATHER SOLD CHILDRENTwo

\ (I, News of Florida in Short Paragraph four human skeletons were unearthed -I PLAY MAY BE REASON=""l

I ; ) .. ._ a few days ago at Bonita Beach, Girls, and Small Boy Sorry Law
aM l'.Utl" Mltt
jMTMn Mfc >MWMMB U ---- (jjjLive in Lee county, while workmen
were Diligent Search Entered to Break Up Bargain for
Being :Made for Well
J i 4 State News I 1 digging roads. The shell skeletons for use lay on under the county about Known and Popular Police Officer Home Farmer Was Was' Better.Good to Them And *tf

1 LI I three feet of shell and were in a horizontal After
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Tampa, July 13.-DissappearanceElton
., i(:' I 11 Told by Our Exchanges. 'l'l 1( supposed position to, be not remains far apart.of mem-Theyare of the Tampa police department A strange bargain in which two sisters -, 7 Every He -i i |
has and little brother sold into I
15fJUlQ)4 bers of prehistoric race of Indians. resulted in the circularization by a were i**
; I ) < mm iIDIDaunmmmmlllMmmt\'Ilmm: olio The skeeletons :Major F. M. Williams, chief of police I bondage by their father in return Have
are perfect in
a packet
I every of number of Northern I for a horse, two calves, a shirt overalls in $
i Broward county with 6,631 acres in'Mrs. Walter Wallace saw a crowd way, every bone being in place, and a and eastern pocket far
actual cultivation, raised( various in no of cities with the missing officer's pho- and a pair of t hoes, has been uncovered -5 ever-n. jg
t gathering the street near her sign a wound or broken tone I I
.'I trops, having an approximatee value homo in Jacksonville, she thinking could be found after the closest ex I togruph and description, in an elfort! by officers of Cortland county, fS refreshment. $_
4 of $2,000,000 in 1022. i some one had been hurt, joined them. amination.J. to learn h.is whereabouts. j IN. Y., in investigating conditions on :5 Aids digestion.

II I In the midst of the crowd she found' Elton] has been misssing since July :i j bnckwods farm of George Shaw, Allays! thirst. **

I, The ntuilent< enrollment ot the UnIversity 1 her 5 year old son, George Elwin, fatally :M. Overton, 17 year of age, in 3, when he was supposed to have'i I 42 years old. I Soothes
I his annual leave. I I I :Miss Jessie Thorington, 23, HJO: thnatS
Since he
of Florida from gone on years
umpud 120 in injured as the result of having. the employ of the state road department j
iold I
:' the session of 1905-Oii:> } to 1,375 in been struck by tin automoblie. The was instantly killed when nt left his home, No. Ill west Amelia I ; her sister, Belle, and their brother For Quality, F\avnt\ tat. ,

4 \1922-23. There were eleven brick I car was driven by J. L. Thomas, who fell, while attempting to jump on) the avenue, the morning of July3, no'' Howard, 8, children of :Mr. and : the Scared ckagu, ..
fit buildings in use at the beginning of said the accident was unavoidable.Thu front of a large truck at the state II trace of the missing man has been i|' Mrs. Lurk Thorington, of Truxton,
the last sesion of the University.! camp, at Gainesville. The left front found, and his wife as well as Chief ]i who have been living o'n Shaw's farm
1 wheel crushed his head I: Williams and other members of the and working for him since last February -
the
Nassau Fertilizer although
& Oil Co.
Sheriff K. E. police department suspect foul play. i are alleged by the Investigat-
lioyce arrested W. B.Culbegc of Fernandina which driver stopped the truck before the I
t1i supervisor of registration I' concern is one wheel made Complete audit of Elton's accounts i ing authorities to have been !sold into
of the largest plants in the a complete revolution. J
'I in St. Johns county, charged with the Stutes prUdUclng fish and United fertilizer The lad had been cautioned about with the police department show that .I virtual slavery to Shaw by Thoring- r
I scrap
possession and sale of Intoxicating from menhaden, caught :38- jumping on the truck in this manner the accounts balance to a penny according -t| ton.
.' liquor. He will probably' be arraingi'd i 000 pounds of fish during the{ monthof lie was trying to catch hold, near the to Chief Williams, who had j I The investigation shows that Mrs.

1 before Judge Jackson this after. ;May, the fish being converted into lamp and missed his footing on one of the audit made as soon as it was Thorington, the mother, was given a
noon, it was said this morning. I and fertilizer. Another the large hooks used in carying learned that Elton was missing. In new dress and $1.30 in cash for her
scrap
product chains. his capacity of first seurgent Elton sanction to the bargain, and the older

rt :Mia Ellen Star-buck, eighteen-year- ,. h of the plant is_ fish meal for had the handling of considerable dauU'hter_ submitted_ _;_u__ on___ ri.paint_ ___.,,- "__' _A .52,.: .' "STATE VETERINARIAN:' :'

II old, daughter of) Mr. and :Mrs. ,J. R. I, feeding hogs thrive purposes on it., it being Bind that' The canals, waterways- franchises, sums of money. dress from Shaw. EXPLAINS- IK K \\w

'1 ; Starbuck, No. 821 South Orleans avenue -, lands, machinery, wharves and other First intimation of Elton's unaccountable Each of the children was given anew
( Tampa, i is dead at the result of holdings of the Florida Coast of their absence was when he fail' pair of shoos and the boy received Zones! 2 and 13/Thot-e In AMi, I"ad.
) Injuries* which she received in an automobile Orlando has doubled her populationin Canal and Trasportation Company, ed .to return to his home the evening' seven. cents as 'tin added incentive ication Starts First.
three years and, has a population : of July 3. Since that time transfer his allegiance and -
I accident near Lakeland Sunday owner of the inland canal extending no truce strength
l afternoon.\ of 18,000.( Such a /figure is estimated' along the East Coast through the/ has been found of him, though dill to Shaw's favor. Dr. J. V. Knapp, stui-

1 by the Orlando chamber of commerce counties of Duval, St. Johns, Flakier, I gent search has been made throughout One of the queer twists of the t an, has issued a statemc-i' ,
as u result of the election today when this section of Florida. strange case is that the children the recently enacted tick '
Howard Charles Lyman, 45:;. of the voters Volusia, Brevard, St. Lucie, I'ulm Not un express
I Orlando, lived only five minutc4 after overwhelmingly favored Bunch and to the headwaters of Biscay Wednesday however, was any information sorrow the law entered to breakup : Jaw[ and correcting
:e suffering a broken neck in diving I the increase of the corporate limits ne bay in Dade, are to be sold nt 'I given out at police headquarters the bargain. They declare Shaw which he says were .
it k from a six foot platform Into shallow ;j" of the city. The annexed territory, public auction at the Courthouse in) in regard to Elton's disup did not abuse them' and they had to I statements which purport,
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3,000!
tb I r : water of the gulf at Pas -a-GriJle sons and daughters St. Johns county at St. Augustine on pearance. work no harder} than when they lived I him.The
to the
: ( Beach. Lyman was one of the Lymun j j happy Orlando family circle. September :'J, according to a legal advertisement Elton's annual leave began on July at home. legislative act pr'> -
A twins, of theatrical fame. Thu two i'',. Tho city'spopulation in 1H20 was !9-> appearing in today's issue 3 3, and expired on July 5. When he They liked the Shaw house, which I 'the tick eradication work i I>
were known throughout Florida. I! 282. In 1922: : a city.directory gave of the Fort Pierce News-Tribune. failed to put in an apearance on the i is better than their own, they told the Met aside! an appropriatx), .
I; Orlando a population of 15,000.)() later date the investigation of his officers and looked forward to the t half a mill of the state's m.

I I accounts was mude with the result simple presents Shaw ry on the work. This .
It I t. A. :\larsnnii, 01 iiearnaier; > nan.ghippcd ; Twenty-five Tampa carpenters left : would bring .11"$210iiOO
'4 his fifth carload of peppers, Vance Sanborn, six years of age, Wednesday for east coast! cities, seeking that everything was found correct. them on his infrequent visits to town.CHAIN ,.: all of which ma;, '.,.

f this season and, hits many crates left.' son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Sli n born, of higher wages. Before leavingin Sergeant Elton has been a memberof necesary to accomplish :'h.
4 S .His ]last shipment was a carload ofC20 Carrabelle, was shot and almost instantly their automobiles the ; the Tampa police department for OF HEATH tion of the tick from Mm, ,
men stageda
'7 crates, for which he got six dol-, killed by his playmate, Joe motorcade through down town sts.! about three years. During the World -=-- tie. Dr. Knapp made no, n
t iw ]lara a crate. Peppers at this price Jirff Sarvis 11 I fears of age. The boys their curs displaying glaring chalk, War he was a sergeant in the U. S. I'.Iomly/ Italian Vendetta Has Claimed the number of veterinarian

; ;; t, ; very remunerative. I had gone with Mr. Sanborn to his signs, "going for higher Reports coast artillery. Another Victim ry to carryon the work i
wages./ -
I turpentine place, near the city, and here In the absence or Sergeant Elton, > he discuss details of the <'I M ,
are to the effect that West
1. "The new Dank of Evergliule: started -[ were playing wild west when the Palm Beach and other 'cast const Corporal'Roy: Hood, recently promoted Thu recent killing of V'invent Sa. necessary. lIe said:
I off in full blast yesterday in its shooting/ took place, Mrs. Sanborn i cities are forking under scales has been acting first sergeant lemi, shot dead by two men secretedin According to the pi"'
1 was! In Tallahassee attending the normal wage Hood is to remain in that the hallway of Chapter 9201 (N.O. 83 A- '
; new and up'-to-date home, at Everglade of $1 and $1.25 an hour for skilled position until a tenement in New ,)
y ," says the Fort Myers news. school, but rushed! home us soon carpenters. The Tampa carpenters action is taken to fill the existing York City, Is held by the police to Legislature of 1923, th..

? i "When the county of Collier was a notified of the accident. The sar- union recently put into effect a male vacancy. be one more slaying in one of the' comprising the state of i i

\ created by an net of the last legislature vis boy is being held pending an In of $1 an hour for an eight hour day, most persistent and murderously picturesque divided into sixteen zom i

f 'I. .' there was no bank to take care vestigation.Wednesday. with time and a half for overturn and CURIOUS; STREAMS nl nil known vcmrlftt.na_"n_______." the work of tick erndicat<
;, i, Pa I f, 01 me ousiness 01 the new county so ,dpuble. time for holidays. This is a This deadly blood feud had its birtha taken up progressively, ,
; one was promptly organized. afternoon, .a negro workIng 23 per cent increase. Nature is never reversed but there I full quarter century ago inthe sun the counties and parts ">i
on a log train at Cross City fell are instances where freaks are found ny countryside near I'alermo, Sicily, comprising Zones 'Nos. 2 ..uHO I

; i Attempting) to gut away from policeman under (fhe train which munitlpil{ both The American-Fruit Growers, Inc., that are somewhat puzzling, and this emigrated under our own easy laws in the present workinu ..,
t 4 A. N. Reddy of Jacksonville, legs so'badly it became necessary to next season will operate in Lake is one of them: A little stream called to the United States, and has flour- ''Gadsden county and that i>.n' '

4 K. A. Iwonnkl, 45: living in a house- amputate them. Dr. Jones was called !] county' with a packing house at Lake Dear Creek, flowing from the glaciersof ishqjj here in uncounted murders on val county lying north .u' d II l
; boat at the foot of Newman street, and with the assistance of Dr. Jem. News of this became public on :Mount Adams, near Husum, in the the lower East Side and Little Italyof I the Saint Johns river. .A
;,' fell Into the river, amfvas rescued Vassar, of Brandford) who happened the completion of an arrangement state of Washington, plays hide and the nation's metropolis. eradication has been compli-.
just as he was going! down the third to be here, the wounds were dressed whereby' the American Frut: GrowersInc. seek along its whole course throughthe The slayers of Salemi escaped by I above areas! it will be un.1 l

time witnesses said. The drenched and the man made as comfortable I' ., will utilize the splendid big; all I forest, slipping:; into a cave here, running up four flights of stairs, the adjacent or adjoining
L j' man was brought to police headquarters as possible. He died shortly after steel and glass builidng at Lake Jem, a crevice there, and reappearing below scuttling across the roofs, and thence, 'I tinuing in this manner
and docketed ,.; drunk and using profane language. fact that everything known to medical factory by the Citrus roducts Cor Ice coated nearly the entire year: on to liberty. I "The present dipping: eqin
&r L science was done in an pflTort to poration. This building is of Truscon the surface rocks float and inthe water The reports of the murder'stated I vats, pens, fences, etc., in !.
? i Arthut Johnson save his life. sink. that SllIeiAi\ WJin hrnthA_ ...in.lnur e\t about fifty 4
.. negro convicted sUf.'l construction and Is one u- the j logs Tho water is hricrht n mn u" "_ .. _. percent complc-i
or- tne l1Iurtlcr l"cllruul'y 2.1, of --. C. most modern bjildinys: ;: of the sort in, red in one place, yellow in another, one Vincent Morello\ who about eight systematic tick eradication \\
(' ) Cross, an employee of tho state!! road I $ixty per cent of the efficiencyof Florida. The necessary" alterations and /light blue when it flows into the months ago was killed on the street be started in Zones 2 and i-<.

department! maintenance camp at corrfiits now employed by the various making it suitable for a citrus packing Columbia river. by a shot from a passing automobile ping equipment will have t<

4 iainesville; Tuesday had only 10 counties of the state bat! been ; }house will be begun nt once and Bear Creek differs from other All the ramifications of the vendetta ,! pleted. The time it will tak
more days to /live, Governor Hardie lost since the new law to abolish corpora a complete outfit of modern packing streams, for it freezes at the bottom no outsider can sincerely] profess struct the required nuinlwi

: !having issued! his death warrant and ) punishment, nr whipping, went machinery will be installed so that /first instead of the surface. This is to know. Much of it has gone on underground -I in these areas varies, dop.

.. fixed July 27 as the day he will be into 'ffeet." That Is the opinion of the house can be in operation by the caused by a rocky formation similar" !' but there is ample ground, the number of vats and thi
!hanged in Gainesville. .! Hillshorough county officials! who have opening of the next shipping Reason. to a corrugated washboard, retarding for believing that the famous 'barrel of the present equipment "n
( I mado a study of convict lah..r and the movement of the water and forcing murder," which excited New York eral counties; however It ,ic

William Johns, thirty-sevn, was have been able to compare present LINCOLN=" PILOT OF WO ShRINE:' / the surface to move swifter. In City away buck in 190J: was a fore that this prelininary ph w'
hot. and probably fatally wounded results with the past performance of AUTO CARAVAN this way bubliles are shot downward runner. eradication work will not ex

\ early Monday[ morning! by woman prisoners employed on public l nighwnjs caryhig freezing temperatures, and The activities of the :Morello-Lupo nod of six months followim
Y ) ; aid by police to lie. Mrs. \I. H. MacDonald. where most of the county eonvkt Capt. Bernard .McMahun: Enthusiastic ice forms. Often in winter the stream counterfeiters, "probably the most upon which the fund provid'

I ) .> She escaped' and! county officers forces are worked under supervision Over Performance of' His tar:: flows while the bed is solid ice. skillful and dangerous gang ever Chapter: 9201, Laws! of Floru'

V bcli \ve she has committed suicide I of guards of the county. Which Han Twice. Crossed Continent. This stream also contains more water known In the country," the group of become. available.
The shooting occurred in a in one part of Its .system than in assassinations which between 1911 "Tkk eradication i is> a lives
tent at the outskirts of Jacksonville! ,To assure the purchase of a dredge another." A four-foot depth quickly and 1915 spread out like a gory spid itary development project, .'

i whore the couple are* nld to have lived and its use in mosquito control and With a record of having/ twice crossed becomes a tiny brooklet by the water er's web from the "mured stable" in in the various Southern state

I for the past four weeks. I IJ other improvement work In and eboutFort the continent and covering more disappearing into the porous volcanic Harlem, as well as! th< recent shoot-with the cooperation of th

Pierce, the city commission than (0,000; miles, the Lincoln car of bed rocks. Later It reappears and Ing down of Morello and then Sal States Bureau of Animal I I''
I J, For a week now Craven and! [Kim- formally agreed to go fiftyfifty with Cnpt. Bernard S. McMahan, Secretaryand resumes its. course. emi are all links in the same chain of Tick eradication Is essential''

awl, an engineering firm in Arcadia the committee. having in charge the Manager/ of the National Shrine Logs that readily sink are n species death, I it Seem operation of the cattle ownc-

have had three field! parties out nuik-j;1, mo.tquitu control work in the buying Touring Club, Is now piloting the car; of black jack pine with a specific state for its success. The ann
: ing the preliminary survey for thn of the machine, the toUil\ cost which avan which left Oakland, Calif., !May gravity heavier than water. They B.W EGG | penae in the state depends O'

f I, big drainage !project, which the piLl0 \ I will bt> about 1,700.> The machine 1, for Washington[: : D. C., to attend I''I are carried into the creek by land Jacksonville, July 11.-J. W. Gayle, operation of the cattle owl
flIer Corporation is through'near has already been omlered, and will slides. 13;;, merchant the
carrying the national Shrine meetings Rocks seen floating are a sort at 528 Florida avenue, I sixteen years tick cradicn'
Sarasota. This .drainuue diatriit i!' be here in about threo weeks' it is ed for June 5. 6 and 7. 8'hedul-1 of pumice or lava clinkers released by who has fiigured in a score of police 'I I been In progress there is no

project which is being finance-ill' expected. Meanwhile a scow is to be Following! tho Washington/ meeting, melting glaciers. I court cases, wi.H.!! be returned to the to show the legislation atom

'' ''f? solely by the Paliuers will cover'I' built on which to mount the machine.I Captain McMahan\[ will pilot the uut- I The yellow color is directly from the city prison farm todav-- --- +"*-\ -aA....i.>n tit....*.. I niinntml ticks front a state 'ol
!. something over 2>">,(H)0!) acres. I IJCt1CjGllMJCJlor I oists. over a northern route on their glaciers; the red comes from the red equivalent of a $.'>00 fine, imposed I The law- must be firmly anOI$
i Robert: (Jolt, son of :Mr. and Mrs[ return trip, the big white Lincoln I clay bluffs, and the blue is from the' several weeks ago, when convicted of ously enforced and the co-oii
( II' J. S. Golf, of Punta Conic, had a deposit of eing drunk and I of the obtained.
: 1lCm :st1.1 blazing the way as pathfinder. ,copper quartz through disorderly. cattle owners
'1>'f narrow escape!! from serious injury :Selection: of the Lincoln as the official which the stream has cut its bed. Municipal[ Court Judge J.J. Beck- "The 1923 tick eradication
'V
; about .1 I o'chictt, Monday morning,(, pilot car is notable tribute to( Tourists through Bear Creek coun-: ham made that known lust night Florida provides that onehnl'actual
II General i, when' the Ford lie was driving turned the sturdy and enduring character of, try regard this freak of nature as when informed that Gayle had been necessary and reasomu-
t i over in the ditch, a few miles this this car and its masterly performance one of tho most-curious to be found.\ arrested at 1 o'clock on charges qt pence incurred in collecting .,n r ring
Insurance ,I side of nartnw. tie was taking a' under all kinds of road conditions. being: drunk, following his: arrest said cattle to and from
1
party at that .
'j ungodly fcoirto I'olk Captain McMahan is enthusiastic it presents the highest! achievement Monday night on charges of using ping vats by such owner '
: AND I, county capital!; and, on nearing. hill'I ("e'- fhrj Lncln! and declares that it in automobile mechanics and con- profane and threatening language./ paid by the state live stock

'I destination! he fell asleep nt the has the most wonderful mechanismhe struction that modern methods can Gayle was fined $:>no on) June 2:>. such owners. This provision
who:"" with the result aUited. lie was I has ever handled. produce. Ire was released from the farmon eluded in thi law by the leg

.;, Real Estate i I the only one hurt: he", received; a sevI Aside from its matchless" mechanical July 5, when Judge:; Bockham heard a for the purpose of relievingtie I

fOre cash on hill right fore-arm which functioning during the entire time To Stop a Cough Quick plea of more' than 100 Fairfield resi owner of a portion of tin .

dollars a Bnrtow! to doctor charged; him eight! he has: driven it, the thing {hat impresses tahie. HAY! HEALING !IONEY4a dents, begging the court to give Gayle of) dipping( his cattle, thereby
_ new up, him most about his Lincolnis cough! medicine whIch stops the cough by another chance. "I told him upon his ing the co-operation. of said
: PEEK & BURNS the extremely high "mileage, a healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues. release, that if he was again arrested men."
Work
of installing the big furnaces -feature frequently A box cf GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE on) drunk charges. he would have -
I commented to
_ j.. and !pots of the Tampa Gas and by other Lincoln upon SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and serve'time.' Judge Beckham .i12\v./I/ ""J ..1l"'
owners. Croup Is enclosed with said last
I,' ":cot too big for small business, ': Bottle Company was compiled Sat In speaking of the performance of HAYES' HEAUNG HONEY.every The bottle salve of ,! night. 1 COFFINS & CASKETS
unlay, the work having! been done by the car, Captain : should be rubbed on the chest and The merchant forfeited
nor too small for big business" McMahan[ recently throat a $10 bond of
a corps of experts in the assembling laid! that on his last trip across the of children suffering from a Cold or Cruu I yesterday morning 6y not appearing And a Fall Line
of glass .me hraltag offM-t" tlt/.rl.lt.r. Supplies
of
'factories. Other machinery Ham Healing Honey InMt in
_
court to
( continent he consistently got thirteen" the throat mmhlned waS he I answer the profane language
Your Business I III Cordially So. ] and healing effect of
equipment for the
plant Is on the miles to the "STT O-Ptm-tntm Salva tiroutih UM / charge.
gallon of gast! lin. in porn u His bond
: liritrd.Offico.wlth way to Tampa and is )> open >k in ma Mop a cotuh. yesterday AUTOMOBILE BEABSE
expected
any Both afternoon for
country. raoMrik mm pscked1aon.estv! a and lb. his second arest was set Always on h nrf. Th. best C"
4 i i day. 'The company hns already assembled COM of tha o''DbiDeoItnelmeat U JSo. te $:-,00;
The by
high quality and Capt. Willis Ponder Sp-
I superior performance _June ask at Ira at th. toWMt price
C. L. Peek & Son large quantities of your druggist for HA YfS't.t.A1JNG
I lime sand of the Lincoln are daily HONEY.. Judsre Beckham's request."I Hal alt....... to telegraph ofn.
,' and other materials for the winning new" and enthusiastic! admirers haven't got a friend In this Recbtercd Embala"
Telephone 83 manufacture of glass, and it is expected who find in this car everything Colds Cause" unp enif ralluenza world." Gayle wailed to Docket Clerk

thtt operations will be started that the Lincoln division of thevFord LAXATIVE: BROMO OTT.TT' !: T-"I"J -,rw. tt*. Watkins ]last night. "Won't you do 1 DeWITT C. JONES
____________ t 1\\ by the latter part of September. Motor Company claims for it, that c....... Tlier"i\ only' eec "*....r. <*........* me a favor by killing me now ?" the FLA t
E. W. CSOVET: *5!m>...-4.o u.*. S*. merchant begged.! He was still drunk. .. 9TARKE, I"tIAIIU"'U
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FRIDAY JULY 20, 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PAGE TURBBriiskey I t

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- \\1LL1E O. M \I\E-: 'I KISSKs 5tt'GGLE; I DOPE I'OPHAM! HAS PURCHASED 1 I t ,.
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Can Be BoubI OPTION ON 81[:. VINCENT'S:' : I \
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0.1 1'I trans l U) A, hich Women Caller. Givet'om'irts ; I Vii1tERsM t':1.. ,
The sad n"wr'I": v.d by Drug I II "
:M. :MaiiH >, on July 1 I. of thy Meri>i" : *//IO'

In Miami For Five Dollars I illness of Willie O. Maines at Ah- I Handkerchiefs, ..,,patently new but \ ";, .;.
ville, N. C.., on receipt ot' which helmnuedtntcly saturated with cocaine, are one' I I 1 *,;
I left for that place, arming |t I
means b.luch. drugs are smuggledto v '
at 2:30: on July 2nd, only to prisoners in federal institutions, I I I I. .,
Per learn the sad fact that he was jUbt ( -.
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Says Writeri ton late. God in his infinite wisdom according to Dr. Hebev Votuw, superintendent !:' I ;
of prisons. and brother- ; : \ :
I having called him home at 11:45; n. ". }:
-- I in., there to rest in; perfect peace and in-law of President larding ,
Lh, Man Relates Experiences! in Buhunun." accord with him who loeth all things Prison physicians have discovered the j to I, ( di, ,
would virtually cut I I 4
that prisoners
.miuiny With Rum I Runner; Two Wasting Time on the Ocean Liners! well.
I Guard South At- cloth and that others would soak the .
utterOnly,, While pruhibitiun officials are sei- Ills l death came ail a great shockto handkerchief in water and use tho I ,... i \ '
ian),. Coast. Ing sealed liquor brought into their the family and friends as Dili Joe, water hypodoriuicaUy.i \ '.

hands. by legitimate ocean going vessels as he was affectionately called by "It was also found," said tho report ,, 1 ak I

I. ".. July 10.-Rum running I the! article said, there are bat his many friends, was thought to he of federal investigators, that '' I 1:. \\1

I ,hi", ,- 'he South Atlantic seaboard two small cutters to guard the 1,200 improving when he left his home just in many instances when wives, sweethearts !
l-
I ha limed such tremendous pro- miles of Florida const, "all made, to one month before for the mountains, or other women cullers were 1! ,. ,
that the inhabitants of pov- order for rum running." hoping to regain his health; after they uurreptitousl -
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1 I" permitted! to see prisoners .AI aM
eJ 'i .kcn little islands have be- l Regarding other measures to enforce having spent a number of months at > J passed to the men in their I \

.:. r, almost over night and the prohibition laws in Florida the the government hospital at Greenville parting kiss a small receptacle containing 7
has become known as "boot- article, quoting a Miami resident, S. C. drugs."Also I

h-- ,' paradise," the Chicago Daily said;: \\e had Colonel Nutt down He was World War veteran, having in other instances, when infants \ \ ."y

..%. ...,,ul! today In a copyrighted art here from Washington/ once I thinkit enlisted in the service of his were pressed to the burs for uf .

'l t, I.| ,-ribng conditions along theI was in Feburary, 1922\ : that the country in August 1917, being at that f fiiat coddling by the prisoners, they /:

I ,. ,110 'oast. colonel and an army of about 4u assistants time scarcely eighteen years of age. were the innocent bearers of 'dope'secreted 4 i.

I'' "inoity of Nassau alone, the swooped.1 down on us. They While in training at Camp Wheeler in the small. rubber napkins .. .

s. uid, official clearings of liqnd warned us in advance.( The associated he was !gassed, caused by a defective or elsewhere." I i 1
for the United States in. press carried an announcementfrom musk contracted hud quantitiesof '
gas and later pneumonia Many convicts large I /
.1 I from 37,821 gallons in 1U17! Washington that the prohibition from which causes and subsequently drugs hidden in the soles and heels ) .
1 40,113 gallons in 1922.accompanied director had declared to clean us up. contracted tuberculosis. After of their shoes when they arrived, according -!: I I

"Ir vriter by a boot- The bootleggers seemed to believe having recovered from this rather to Dr. Votaw. llo-un of I

1'ar' named Terry as guide told of what the Asociatcd. Press said in'' serious illness and having receivedsome shirts also have been known to con. I I.I

'I .? the rum fleets talking with dispatches at any rate they beat Nutt I months of training he went thin it.Others. to ( '

ti rum runners, helping transport to it and cleaned up tho town themselves across on Oct. 6, 1918 with the Dixie carled narcotics in their ;
I to, nquor and of distributing it in before he arrived." Division. I'mouths. Under thu folds of envelopesin

tin., I nited States. One of the two revenue cutters is When the \rmtatice was signed he mail arriving for prisoners fre- s,

Miami, first stop of the investiga- out of Key Went and the other out was in the reserve line trenches, and quently small quantities of "O I1j.e ".. '

rwas r, described as a "city, whereif of Miami, the article stated. A bootlegger though he never reached the front had been concealed. j yI

i.ui' feel the need of a drink and at Key West, quoted by the he made the supreme sacrifice for
nun't happen to have your own flask writer, said the cutter at that point his country. "Greater love hath no MAN FURNISHES CAR; (;GIRL OIL \ \ '

ih you, *U Jon seed to do is to had made no real captures for three man than this that he give up his AND GAS BOTH LAND IN JAIL (

nan 'n the shade of a palm tree un- year. Once the revenue cutter and arum life for his cbuntr." ?
i resident comes .ong, ask him runner were tied up nose to nose He was a young man of excellent Pensacolu, July 12.-L. M. Minis, '

whenyrou can find a bootlegger and at Miami, said the article, the runner character having become a memberof 24, of Clanton, Ala. and MissMyrtle cord."t.

"IT he is not one himself he will tell lade n with 40,000 cases from Nassaufor the Mountvocha Baptist church at Malone, 35; of Indiana, are in the I '

)M. where to go. You can buy all the Miami. the age of fifteen, and though for county jail facing federal charges of I ; wf
;v) existed betweenthe at a serious nature. C. C. Jointer, of j .t
whiskey you want in Miami at $ auarL Keen competition several years he suffered severly
ports of St. Pierre, a French pos- times, having to undergo an operation Birmingham! who lost an automobile/ I"i
; Flooding U. S. With Liquor sion, and Nassau, the article stated, in March 1921, from which he by theft u few days ago/ was tipped / ,

Havana and Nassau were described charging a working agreement between never completely recovered, he had otT by the police chief in Birmingham \ .

it but two of the ports that were the points whereby rum run- accepted it all in a truly Christian that the Pensucola police department 1
ficodmir the United States with liquor nrs clear from one port to the other. spirit. had .a car in custody which wan stol I

some of it from American dis- St. Pierre charges an export dutyof His bright smile and winning per. en property. lie\got in touch with
uuthoriticswith the result ; ,
tilleries.'Upon, $1.80 a case, compared to Nassau's will cause his friends to mourn the Pensucola the payment of the proper i $5.65: though an effort ia being made him and miss him in'their tircle.thp that hu made the trip establishing to here and ,' .t"

amount of graft," the writer said, by Nassau to reduce its charge to evidence of their love being shown! In had. little difficulty in \
legal title to the car. ,
with
clear out of a port $3.00. beautiful
\ >ni run the attendance and many for Mints
That mudu things worse ,
thousands of cases of whiskey billed "From Halifax to Havana, the boozu flowers at the funeral. ; ;
both of whom appear ( +
and the woman,
t'. legitimate point unload it on the is flowing into Atlantic ports," the The pall bearers were other veterans to be people of more than or- vY
American coast, sail into the aforesaid article declared, "and from sources who desired to show their re- circumstances and education, (
port' with an empty heard of there comes a comrade by dinary
legitimate you never pect and to honor their for In addition to the charges *>C 1 ,
ship and receive a landing certificate steady stream of whiskey flowing Into assisting in the last! sad rites. automobile and bringing ,

showing that you arrived therewith New Orleans, and !Mobile and from The remains were brought to Lake stealing it over the an state line, they face additional .

the very whiskey you smuggled Mexico and Pacific coast points we Butler, wrapped in the colors for charges now in the federal ;
ntl', <' the United States." are getting it too. It is not a gift; which he gave his all, on July 4th, court of alleged violation of the white ,

'In the course of out participation we are pitying a tremendous price for where at five o'clock he was laid to slave act. It is maintained by tho ;; ,

., 'this business on Atlantic coast," what we get; the money that is goingout rest in the family burial plot, the woman that she is an aunt of Minis, : v
continued "Terry and I is good American held at four I ,
'i writer of the country funeral services being but the latter is alleged to have denied ,
1 rlit' boooze in Havana, brought it dollars and the whiskey that la coming o'clock at the home of Dr. J, E. kinship with her. Minis alleges I 1

nu,.ugh! the customs at Key West in is of a quality that before Maines by Rev. Doyle, pastor of theBaptist 1 any me agreed to furnish the car 1 \ Fj1

ii 'Ient it to friends in Chicago thru prohibition Americans would not church at that place.A for the trip to Florida if, the woman : !
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'r'' (I''nited States mails. We bought I have purcshused at uny price. sad affair walt.this death, being would furnish the oil and gas. Thin vi. ,
'h. I t booze in Nassau and landed it I accenturated by the fact that it was is the agreement they. claim"u' to .navemade I \ 1 w4

Miami, at the municipal. pier get- GRAHAM the third death in this family in in u spirit of fun and it ended I 1, l ,11

I K i past the United States In. less than ten months. with both of them in tho Escumbia

-"i.M. '''>I at the cost of $5 paid a memo Graham, July 20.-Messrs Geiger May God give the bereaved; ones county jail, unable to make bond, ( t:-f r,"}tj.

I'M if the boat crew. We'lugged Bury, E. J. Murhee and Lacy Prevatt grace to know and trust his love, which has been fixed at $1,000 each \ '
nuor back and forth from city to were business visitors to the county making them wise unto salvation that for their' appearance at preliminaryhearing ,' : .
n. bought it and'sold it, drank it seat Monday. they may say in childlike submission, before the United States com- I'

it l nve it away until we gnew tiredf Quite a crowd enjoyed a fish fry at "The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh mlssoiner at early date. .

>f the entire performance, and no. the Price landing Tuesday night. awy, blessed be the name of the ,"

1 ,n.thing out of the ordinary." Hampton Tuesday. May the Lord lift up his counten -

All in the Day's Work Misses Besie Abernathy and Bunie ance unto them and give them peace The mistress of the Seas, the Leviathan \ : / ;;\ l'l, ..
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\nd when we were ready to re- Graves were visitor to Sampson, Friday now and forever is the prayer of ana having made a greater speed .

urn to Chicago," the article declared afternoon. who loved him. text than any before recorded by any : ': )

i left the Florida coast in a boot. I Thomas of Palatka, and Van A FRIEND merchant ship, Is all she nows stand I {:''fU.

-Kircr's.: motorboat, met and boarded Tom were visitors .i. I""U".,..,..1.,..t nut only\ at -an-- Americanine "
William. of Sampson"
schooner loaded with 2,000 but of Southern shipyard.
rum shipyard a

'metof Scotch whiskey, rode this I here Mr.Wednesday.and :Mrs. Thoy Dyal, were visitors Robs Calomel of Upon the rebuilding! of this ship, including .' ', +'"r"."" tA

<*tiii| to the New Jersey coast, bought courtly sent, Saturday.Mrs. the installation of oilburning .. .. .. a
!' uses from the captain, landed it to. Lewis the Byrd left Friday for Nausea and DangerMedicinal engines, the Newport News Shipyard l / & -
i, with 200 other cases on the : she taking a medical spent largely over $S,000,000.) ) ) ) Thut r
where
.-oast, trucked it to Newark, Starke Her many friends wish yard has given to the nation what FEANDSECUAE .

.i i it into trunks and shipped it treatment. recovery, and hope to : Virtue Retained and Im in effect' is u new ship, an exponentof y
speedy
her a of this
i "i-ry's customers. Nobody inter- few weeks. and Sickening' tho shipbuilding abilities
buck in a proved-Dangerous
'i' with us or questioned us. It was see Messrs.'L.her G. Hurry and Lewis Byrd Removed.: Perfected Tablet country. It la appropriate that nftri.: THE PLEASURE OF s
Qualities( could start on u
ithe
the day's work. visitors to the county her trial trip
{i'rtc Bahamas, poverty stricken were business. culled "Culotabs." maiden< voyage, carrying the world's! SAVING IS GREATLY rkcr

i ',. prohibition and with revenues scat Saturday.Rev. f Long Bridge flag for speed, on July 4th. She will
Crews, *
ill sources of less than a half Dock appointment here The latest triumph of modern science be an exponent of American power. HEIGHTENED WHEN II
in.. tilled his regular calomel tablet and\ American
.1 dollars, realized $2,798,000 church Sunday.In IS a "do-nauseated" American! construction KNOW YOUR SAY"s.
n dufies from liquor shippedi at the Christian of little Jack Byrd, who known to the drug trade as- "Calo- determination to build up a merchant I ) YOU 1' .

United States," the article' memory 1923.! tabs." Calomel, the most generally marine which will place this country INGS ARE SECURE ><
23: rf
'tuoting a Nassau official, who died June Ocoee Fla., useful of all medicines thus enters on in the first rank of the world.
Littlo Jack was born at field of popularity-purified not wish Great Britlan any
itlmating the 1,340.443 gallon of :Mr. a wider Wr do I '"
son ,
nor cleared from the Bahamas) Feb. 5, 1922, the youngest and refined from those objectionable harm. On toe contrary, we wish her The more you know about thl Bank; the d.)' r you t"I 4h
Jack
United States was diluted 5nt ", and :Mrs. Lewis Byrd. Little wasonly qualities which have hcretofer limitedits every possible success in the expan- examine its responsibility; thn better! able you are to + j
old when the SAVINGS here always tecur I
sixteen months and of her I understand why your are
this would mean that more of use. sion of her! commerce becomes keen Incentive to / y. '
and in a voico ... and the greater your openyour !
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i.600,000 gallons of liquor wered death angel came and kissedhis In biliousness, constipation, headaches merchant fleet. But the yunited I. '..1 A VJ.\'GS ACCOUNT' with iu and. al| the more '1
i on the market in this country compassion cured his paIR well 'tis! fin and indigestion, and in a great States has now entered the field of I I,' cajoy; its'value' to you ai a real factor in your luccesit. i. t

the Bahamas alone. ) brow, saying, "all !ia canbe variety of liver, stomach and kidney shipping under its own flag, and all The Officers and Directors of this Dank are too well t
"i.'ial\ document Washington ished now. All you want to tell troubles calomel was the most successful the powers, on earth combined cannot known to you to need Introduction. The invitation ,/ '
above when you shall knownau..ht often hand from the extended to account here I Is based! not
'. that these figures are conserbecause told remedy, but its use was make UII turn back our open| your and
and love. decided our alone on security; but, upon genuine' cordiality;
but peace of Its sickening have !
include neglected on account task to which we and
there do not ,. the spirit of constant 'friendliness in advising you, e
'quor cargo carried by 40 to 80 Card of Thanks qualities. Now it Is the easiest and selves. helping you to promote your wullfara. "
a month from West End, Grand WB wish to thank the many friendsfor must pleasant of medicines to take. Thu American flag will fly over the Don't look upon this Bank a* a mere "In-takei" of your Ny

of our little one, u'.I.'! No taste,
nr,. rum runner who do this busl- ,M'knea. and death of water-that's
the wr'tter'said, "are sore be- and the beautiful l floral offerings. no griping, no nausea, no salts. A A. 1'O'olIC: .
them all. and the next morn- .' Tasteless chili Tonic rei'-wr
London and Glasglow are send'ooze May: God bless good nlghtA sleep Oro" *
to America 30,000 to 40,000 :Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Byrd, Mr.[ and ing you are feeling fine, with a clean Energy: and Vitality by Purifying un fret l Iraatrenllthenlnll.lnvlw.ratlnl& sr.\ltliE '
and family. and a big ap the BkxxL When you 1.\SIi' 41.
s at a time in bigger rum ships Mrs E. J. Murrhee liver, a purified system Enriching: : how \ l
of be cemetery workingMt. Eat what you please. No || ( & effect see ,," i l '
a r'
will 'r'
ate' the Bahamas ever dreamed There petite./ and how b ;.s',;. IIIIIIlpf111\
all cheeks
August 23rd, color to the f
U bring
re; and dreams they come have true made in some the those. Sinai interested, Thursday are, especially requested danger.Calotabs are sold only in original, it Improve the appetite, you. will\ then !'4.IUit:. }'(,.\. .
.IUlge value.Grove'
and bring your It* true tonic
thirty-Rye appreciate
to be present sealed packages, price Tonic in simply
No Worm In neaitby Child Everybodycome. package, Tasteless chili
a working implements. cents fbr the large family suspended In lyrup. 'So
"' hllilraa troubled with Worm. have an un ten cents for the srry'll, trial package. Iron and Quinine children like it. The bliss.needs .i ."
sad "a
blood. even
iltb pleasant
y culur.which Indicate poor \
diatutba" -- Your druggist ia authorized to refund Purify It and IRON to
tlter u more or I I...* .wmach QUININE to
lIVE S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC iflv chabluvi.n fimfnrcwocwtbm \ Cured too to 1 IMysDnittkt the price as a guarantee that you will Enrtch lt.. Destroys Malarial j germs anc

Sve Ihedlt\Ntloa.ea4 weeks rxn wll a orlch.....,.L!!tfth. Ptlea*n-firi money If PAZO OIN1.'LIT fill be thoroughly delighted with Calo Grip germ& by iu Strengthening.! InvlgiEtTnet *-
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1 AGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 20.MV Inl!

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Bradford County Telegraph cumstances.! I the average individual. may at first ,I relatives. r please take notice that tlv >. "b'1
The decision too reminds automobile I 'a working ot the
strike one as I overdrawnexaggerated cemct< 1-r
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::;:::===: =:= = drivers of the rights of pedcs-1 perhaps-but is worth considering I With The Churches I Earl Middleton, of Jacksonville, Thursday, 26th inst. All! who r an nett;

ii tiiarm. The pedestrian has the same '' for it implies, ii it does not dir- spent Sunday with his parents, Dr. so are urged to be there or that dav*
Published weekly and entered
as right to the street that the autoist 'I ectly charge, that the average individual Regular services at the Presbyterian and :Mrs W. E. Middleton. with suitable implements and ;
i t 114 second class matter, at the post hllll. The majority of drivers seem to I mistreats prosperity: furthermore church next Sunday. Cordial invitation W. filled baskets for dinner ..r the nrem

'c office at Starke, Florida. proceed on' the theory that he jedes- that he mistreats it because extended to all. :Mr.: and Mrs! T. C. Morris and children ices

='': .--==.0-=._ '._-- -.. rlan Is u trespasser and must get out I he does not understand that he Dr. and Mrs. W.: E. Middletonand

K.. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner of the way of the swift cars. The pe-1 is, in a measure at least, responsiblefor :METHODISTSunday son, Gerald, J. O. Turner and(
r deRtrian must, and should use, due | ;prosperity and for continuance of T Truby Newmans enjoyed a fish fry I
b I Agricultural Problem f ,.
( care and prudence when walking on it. at Kingsley lake Friday evening. ;r j,
r PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I r school at 10:00: a. m. L. A !.lono study of oll._ ,'
1 1 1vn the highways or crossing them. Nothing touring the World V* ar evoybo-y, A. Davis, Jr., superintendent. shows that the relation I ih .rip

I more is required of him. And I capitalist and I laborer, was engaged in Preaching 11:00: a. m., and 8.00; p. Aubrey E. Moore and R. B. Alva- urul lit Hint crops liouin.' ;' yae,.

e SUBSCRIPTION RATEr this due care and prudence is u mu-J profiteering. Whatever patrotic pro- m., by the pastor, Rev. L. B. Simpson. rez spent Monday:: and Tuesday in euco for u crrtuln Hull |h' ,d f ',,J'(?,)'
i tual affair. testation was made, the chief businesswas Jacksonville on business. to the demnndu of these ,,,1 j fir
.r Year _____________________$2.00 -The I definite amount of gut ur, 'iunl!, : ,L'
decision of the court will be to "make money. So long as Prayer meeting Wednesday eveningat "'*

recognized as sound. It ought to serve money was nude by supplying other 8:00.: Everyone cordially invited. :Mr. and Mrs. A.V.. Moore and 1'lunt tlon. 1111,1 food,] OS Is tlii n eau t
1'' On July fourth trouble developedin as n means of driving people to a I o nations with war equipment, munitions daughter, Margaret, of Jacksonville, by inuii 110! proljli'in, is M.I.. i ,rd
some of the convict camps of the better observance of light dimming. and foodstuffs, moneymakingwas CHRISTIAN: CHURCH NOTES.' motored here Tuesday to spend some
state. The prisoners refused to workon 'Too many drivers' ignore this common not as reprehensible as when cash time with Sir and Airs L. V. Moore ..J ---

that day Th.e' former whipping I sense rule.-Orlando Reporter- was taken from Uncle Sam's pocket Owing to no lights/ in the :Methodist and other relatives. Furniture; Polish.
bosses "point with pride" to the allegation Star i Prices of commodities soared, profits church Pastor Simpson and 1 a For an excellent furaltur. i, ,III|
that they were right in upholding 'and wages reached unprecendented number of his people worshipped withus CEMETERY: WORKING together half a quart each -,.
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tine, paraffin vinegar and '
h a whipping:, send aver that since 0 FOR FEDERAL TAXPAYERS I figures regardless of value, and this last Sunday night. We were gladto o spirit in a plot' bottle. Win III'd,'..:"i "
I % w this privilege is denied them, they I ft sort of thing continued until the arm- have them with us. Come again; The many who are interested in the o shake well und sprinkle n, I J" ,\
cannot enf6rce obedience. Yet on the t istice an end to the' com- visitors. Kingsley lake cemetery including soft and well
The following statement is issued put game we are always glad to welcome rug rub oni I J ,,,1.|
I state farm, where many times the by D. T. Gerow, Collector of Internal pleted deflation and forced rcadjuA-:!' those who live in Lawtey and vicinity, ture. Polish with a soft Uu
i i i number of convicts are kept than in ment.
Revenue for the District of Florida.To A word to our members: Did you
14 any of the various camps, there has The n ensued a period of business
I : avoid penalty, returns and pay- ever stop and think seriously what
i ly been no such trouble. Probably the ment must be made on or before July and industrial depression. Capitalistand church membership demands of you?
e bosses, smarting from humiliation I And
labor blamed each other.
y 31, 1923! of. the miscellaneput occupational It demands that you do not consider
I since the loss of their prerogative, : both blamed the 'other fellow." It
taxes the special tobacco lightly.
and
{ your obligations privileges Old McGinnAsked
+ p: practice petty tyrannies that exasperate manufacturer's tax and the specialtax i took men in all walks of life sometime It demands regularity of attendance Cyrus
r, I' their charges and the latter, to realize that they had sowed to the
of boats for Lord'sday
on the use provided I of the Lord's house on the
f ? Ii remembering former cruel treatment, wind the 'whirlwind that
to( -
reap
Cy the Revenue Act of 1021. ;o and that you support the church .
I t tl miss no opportunity for teasing the Capital stock tax returns also must they themselves were responsible for "as the Lord has prospered you." 1 I
bosses, now when they are no longer Idleness of capital and unemployment .
l 1, be made on or before July 31, pay Cor. 1612.: Church membership demands -
,r in 'fear of the lash. '
of workers. his wife what she thought
s pi ment being required, within 10 days nothing but that which is best .
r i THE KAINS AND TilE ROADS: after'notice and demand by the collector Aa European nations began to rehabilitate for you and the churyh.: Every memo Of the different makes of the cars' to be bought;.

their finances and improve ber should bear'fruit. The fruit.bear For he'd learned in the years they had journeyed; through life

!' I, : i I The rainy weather that has prevail ,' The Revenue' Act provides that their credits they.looked to the United ing member determines the "glorification To take heed of advice from his kind loving wife.
e "every domestic corporation shall States to supply manufactured pro- of God. John 15:8.: Our meet-
pay
; 1 li ed until quite lately did some- good .
4 4 after all to Bradford county farmers annually a special excise tax with ducts and foodstuffs/ that they themselves ing begins August!! 5th. Let us pray ,
were not in position to produce .Now, Mrs. Mcginn was not puny or thin .
lyr l 4' for it exposed the weak spots! in tha I I respect to carrying on or doing/ business for it.Bible. .
grading already made for the roads, I equivalent to $1 for each $1000 Crop failures and other circumstances school at 10 a. m. But for any car she was a load

v'? and showed those in charge of the of so much of the fair average valueof combined to accentuate the demand Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject,I And she aid, "Well now, Cy, there'* but one car to buy
work where additional height of its capital stock for the precedingyear for American products of all kinds, "Jesus Looking at All Things" That will carry me safe on the road."
'' June 30 is in and this, coupled with the ability of: 8 m. "Paul's Prayer for Spiritual -
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ending
y banks, or width of bridges, or outlet' as excessof I p. .
j I ditches $5,000.;) In estimating the value American themselves to', consume, Power." Eph. 3:14-19.: All are '
',i4 ? '' The soil are necessary.of Bradford!! county was of capital stock the surplus and undivided j" sent the business and industrial pen- invited to attend.W. So the house of McGinn now goes out for a spin;
d I dulum swinging the other way. Capital DAUGHERTY And the pleasure they're having is grand
1$ ( t formed from drift, first from the profits shall be included. Ev- E. I
northwest, then from the cast. Therefore cry foreign corporation shall pay an- found investment, labor employ- Minister. For they go every day and enjoy all the way
it is of different/ realities. Some' nuallly a special excise tax with respect ment. Two weeks ago the United I In their brand spanking new Overland.

r ? a ; localities have course sand, othel's'' to carrying on or doing businessin States Labor Department made the BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINThe : I .
statment that "more labor is now em- .
l the United States equivalent to
fine; some sanls, have their individual i .
f ( $1 for each $1000 of the ployed at higher wages than at any
Bruins full of holes and pl'ojections'l! average usual services of the church I .
I time since the armistice was declared. \
: and they lock together and resist the i amount of capital employed in the will be held on Sunday. Bible school
washing to a !great extent. In other'' tnscction of its business In the ." This statement combined with at 'O..Jj a. in., J. T. Quigley, super- Quigley Overland Co.
United States during the precedingyear those issued by the Treasury Depart .
places the /grains are roundish and intendent. The school Is supporting
I smooth and Lave no cohesion. Pockets II ending(' June 30." ment and the large banks of the a splendid record for summer attendance Agent

,A' r of quicksand, are found every Eevery domestic corporation must country, when translated mean that with: some classes larger thanat oJ _
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where make a return on form 707 even tho the country is again enjoying! pros An
and when a tolerably] deep any other time of the year. STARKE, FLORIDA
k ; t: ditch Is dug through .or near such a, the law may indicate that it is exempt perity. hour in the social study of God's wordIs

4 pocket, the quicksand runs into Jt from tax. The question of exemption But with advancing prosperity his always helpful to one's life, and I S
u V 1 ;w and the land settles. is one of determination by the Com come another( development -demaTIt with competent teachers all class discussions -
Tho generally l level surface of the missioner of Internal Revenue.A by both capital and l labor for the are stimulating.

land makes it impossible to judge foreign corporation! is "carryingon highest price the consumer will stand Divine worship at 11:00: a. m., when ..... .. "
with any accuracy as to the size and or doing business" In tae United for products and service. This attitude I the pastor will give the fourth ser r'

location of drains to keep the roads States if it Inaintains! an agent, or notwithstanding the experience -0 mon on the topic "Pure Religion," the I

dry and stable. When there is little an office or warehouse in the United of but a few years ago, is 'regarded special subject being "its Sanctifying g @@;
water on the ground, the direction of States for the purposes of its bustnoes. / by the Labor Department and Power." I '

.j j the run-off ia only one way, while after by financiers of the country as forecasting The senior and junior B. Y. P. U. 'Ii .

heavy rains, it is often two or Following are the miscellaneous! I "termination of prosperity! meet at 7:00: in the evening, follower u
s Y Ye more, and a ditch accounted to be of occupational taxes: brokers, $;)0; just as they mistreated their opportunities -I by the hour of public worship. The ,

sufficient capacity to ,carry off the pawnbrokers, $100; ship brokers, $50; during the war period." sermon will be illustrated on the stereopticon I; i dy ENROLLS

S'' i water from a given locality, may customhouse brokers, $50: proprietors Babson, the financial expert, In a and John Bunyan's famous : a
1 prove very inadequate after' all, as of theaters, museums and 1 con- recent statement aid that prosperity allegory/ from the time Pilgrim leaves a YOU
1 water will flow toward the easiest cert halls where a charge for admission might continue through the autumn the City of Destruction until he meets II

F e outlet. I is! made, having a seating capacity months, but was careful not to forecast the Three Shining Ones, will be giv II
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The old Romans were poor in mathematics of not more than 250, and not the future any further. The Na- en. "We are delighted to see the interest I""I'' \

t' but their bumps of caution exceeding/ 500, $100; having seating tional City Bank, concluding sum parents. are taking in these ser- "
f were well developed. Therefore they capacity exceeding 500 and n9t; exceeding mary of present business and industrial vices, in having with them the chil- I II

were sure to make their constructionso 800, $150; having a seating conditions, was equally cautious dren. This will mean much for the I ,

heavy and so capacious as to pro capacity of more than 800 $200. |I in its predictions. Other financial little ones, so. bring them along. Peo-
vide for any emergency. Our road Circus proprietors are required to i. agencies in their bulletins have pursued ple him" of hearing will get much

builders should be actuated by the pay a tax of $100; proprietors of oth- |' a similar course-all for this from looking upon the pictures, tho "d

sumo spirit. When in doubt, put on er public exhibitions or shows, $15; reason thut when inflation reaches they hear not a word spoken. Should

more dirt, make the waterways wider, proprietors of'bowling alleys and billiard a point where values arc not considered the weather be favorable, the service '' *
i' Why 'aste time for the
dig more ditches rooms are required to 'pay $10 reaction is almost certain to will be on the lawn, otherwise in the any more longing
S When a careful farmer sets fence for each alley or table{;proprietors of take place. Auditorium. pleasures you can 'get out of a Ford Carl

j i ,I r posts! he pours water in while filling shooting galleries, $20; proprietors of The people should have learned the :' Start now to make the Touring Car or any

r around the posts. This makes the riding academies, $100. lesson taught by their experiences In SEES "DEAD" SON:" ON:" MARCH e other type. you may select, your own.
?d sand in together and puck. Our late Persons carrying on the business of war times. They should have discovered I ...

incessant rains have cnu-A-d the sand'!i operating or renting automobiles for that inflation must necessarily Mother Finds Soldier in Pacing Soon you will have it to drive anywhere

in the road banks to settle and lock, hire are required to pay $10 for each be followed by deflation-reaction. Troop Although told He had Died you want to go-camping-visiting-picnicking
s 'making them all the more stable such automobile having a seating cap : They should have gained appreciation I I'' <
: work.
or to ,
your
I acity of more than two and not more of the fact that business law"con- A mother who thought her son was ,I'I'II'

,f DIM YOUR HEADLIGHTS than seven, and $20 for each automobile up must come down. If they had dead, and a soldier! who didn't know
Under the
having a seating capacity of more learned this lesson, if they had discovered his mother was nearby and mourning II, terms of the Ford Weekly purchase

.'. A recent dicision of thu Florida S<1- : than seven 'I this fact, jf they had gained for' him, were reunited at Reading, I Plan you can enroll for as little as $$.

picnic. Court ia of such: far-reaching/ With respect to the special tax this appreciation, they would today Pa., a few days: ago I'I'f'
importance to automobile drivers I (due in July) imposed'upon the use' be more cautious than they are about A regiment of regular army field ,f We will deposit your payments in a local

l.a. that the effect and purport of that ,,, of yachts, pleasure boats, power boats,; coma down again, perhaps far down artillery passed through Reading I bank at interest. You can add a little every

1 decision should be impressed upon the I I, sailing, boats, and motor bouts, the os, to produce conditions amountingto ;o o from the South on Its way to a sum i h: week. Soon the payments plus the interest,
; public! mind. ,1 Commissioner of Internal Revenue losses off setting/ all their profits. mer-training camp at Tobyhana. Mrs.: j will make the car
The case in point was that of a I I has ruled that a vessel must be both i Prosperity is largely/ determined by ''stavron.da Pertrellls, who had received ,, yours. .

pedestrian being struck by an automobile over R tons not and at least 33: feet in the pople themselves, by the use they a telegram saying that 'her son You will be surprised how little time it
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by night in which he was badly length" to he subject to such tax. I make of their opportunities, and of vas! dead saw the parade pass her
I: injured. lIe sued the automobileowner I These boats are divided into three the benefits they derive. from them. home. really takes to get a Ford after you make the :

for damages" and recovered a I clause's us follows: over 5 net tons! andover -.Ex. Suddenly she cried out, "My son! I start. Don't put it < -Enroll.today. Come J

verdict of $6,000. The ,defense" was : 3'J: feet in length, 111 t for each )I My son, he's alive!" and rushed Into "I in and let us give you full particulars.

that .th driver was blinded, by the foot: over I 5 tons, length over 50 feet ,; TIT FOR TAT the ranks, taking one of the troopers .
bright lights of 1111 approaching car I end not over 100 feet, $2 for each foot in an embrace that amazed him.

und could not !see! the man walking I over ;5 tare, 1 Itiintii100;) i'eetl for Two little Starke girls, strangers, Stephen Petrellis, the soldier, was Z.iAl .too

slung the side of the road whom l\a\ each foot. .... met. After having sized up each in a hospital some time ago, but re \
struck und injured f ...:.ur, one of them introduced herselfby covered.. Some one else in the same
'f .,The supreme court in sustainingthe .MISTREATED PROSPERITY saying, "My: father pays cash for hospital died, and the name of 'Pet
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verdict of the lower court holds I i everything he buys." rellis was substituted by mistake for 4% ap

i that the very fact that the driver was There was published iota current The other little girl, with 1. twitch the name' of the dead man. J. W. ANDREWS JR. ,
blinded by IIn' approaching light: put periodical un article in which the and an elevation of her none, went Authorized Dealer t I
,',' .on police that he was in 11 dangerous, writer said that *'th. average man or'' her one better! :Mrs.: W. Middleton: had as guests k'F

It position and he should have been thei I woman regards prosperity as something t ';That's what my father used to do this week her father, L. E. Dowling, LINCOLN STARKE FORD FLORID.1 FORDSOtf: (

I j more cautious in his driving/ even to apart from themselves con- when he was poor arid nobody dared and nephew Doutt Jones, o( Eau Gal-
stopping if' necessary., Re'nsonalije l dtiun! with which they have very lit- trust him." lie. ,
)', care and prudence, it is said l. requires! I tie to do." He went on to describe

,extraordinary cure under such cir- what he regarded as "the attitude of TilE FLORID.SAITARIUI' :Mr. and :Mrs. J. P. Dowling of

the average individual towards! pro,- Lake Butler, spent Wednesday at the
CATARRH i perity," which, briefly stated, U that Florida Sanitarium and Honoital, home of Dr. and :Mrs. W. E. Middle-
Catarrh Is a I..,...,, dlirni. irreatly Influenced he or she i II bound to obtain all that Orlando, Fla/;"Medical, surgical ma- ton.
by Constitutional "rcm.luion. is coming to them regardless of the 100 Equip
.r ,I HALL'S CATA1UUI MEDICINE con- ternity, capacity patients.
elm' of an Ointment whloh Klvei.Quirk other fellow. In conclusion he said ment modern rest, diet, physiological :'1.. and Mrs. S. L. Peek and children
f q; Internal Relief by Medli-lne.local application a Tnnlo which and acts the o that conditions obtaining today differ therapeutics. Unexcelled in the south Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones

+ r through the Blood on the Mufoun Bur- very little from those of war time east. 523tf.nvtvra have gone to Kingsley lake to spend
y faces and BMleta In ridding your By.t.m
of Catarrh. when every man .was bound to "get several weeks.
,., Bold by druggists fur over 40 Tear, his" whether the other fellow tIr ewI I"s1eya. aet r-
f got -
iy L anything
V. 3. Cheney .A Co.. Toledo O. '
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M"r or not. "ttantyaiw. n-Hy ky , ; v I I t...hlaj:the .baud. Ycj ...o.,<...a I<*.1 f.trrsr"_ Miss Madge Jacksonville -
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of I the PI'I'Il1switch, which had a (r green ciuetcry Thursday! ., August porn I ion line, and the council .should I 13
I To Cure a CuM in One .
Hay ,
lightning conductor. The\ pole was t 2nd. Thus interested, invited to be cause their removal. Even if n fence ,
fake .AXT1VE[ PROMO: QUININE:!! (Tnhlrtd
r I : Bits slightly splintered. | present with tools and l lunch baskets. is built so that it, theoretically, will .''' 'the louttli mud l Iti'fiiln\ Im mud works uf :; .4 ii eI
' ol LocalInformation I i ij) I I "..101, K. W. UKUN t;'" iitiiiMuro uu COL-II box, s..
' open to let hiiih water through, in a'

+Mllor t Col. J. E. FuUh writes that he is I MELROY-DRAAMJY; ; stream full of drift wood it I"i a* I

II : now at Ft. Laudvrdale and will remain lIudof an obstruction to water' '

there until August 25th ne-"t. Mr. John Melroy of Glen St. :Mary, flow as a fixed fence. Even if it is 'rENT-fWDRD' .

rddr II Concerning Our People, Business and Ile went there to tako care of the and Miss Martha Drawdy, of Starke, washed away, tho timber will lodge
I I practice of brother ] that R. A. Greenat somewhere else and cause 11 dam of''
!; Progress in the County and Town. a lawyer, so were married by Judge
trash to bo formed.
I L the \latter could take time to marry his office :Monday\ afternoon. at. two j r.
and the o'clock. Such obfttructionH elitist (he water sry
enjoy a wedding trip. After !
date* mentioned Col. Flitch Mr : of the in tho canal] to overflow its banks
., will Melroy is an employe t
A. Crowder spent Tuesday i in 1 j Mitchell: drug store. turn to DeLand and resume his duiies Glen :St. ;Mary nursery and is one\ of ufter heavy rains, when it would not I Iothewisu i FOR KENT Twn 'furnished cottages;; f s "
at the Stetson University. tho lending citizens of Baker county, do "0. When it recedes it .. '
< itv.gutter on Kingsleylake. Apply' to :Mrs.K. I{ .
v while his bride Is the charming leaves a miasmatic stench, suggestive -:. K.: Cunovii, Stnrke.. 7-13-21.

Wills, .of Tampa, was a I C. G. Sullivan left Monday for :Miami \ Friends here of Dr. A. II. Freeman daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Draw of malaria, and the nunivrouasUiffnnnt i

m < parents, :Mr. and Mrs ] breeding places for niox< uito8.
R. R. Sul from Glen St. ] ,
livan. ho recently performed n difficult operation Mary npartmcnt. Phone 145:; 1
While other towns spend much money -
1(1( -. F. L. Turner spent Friday In I that attracted much attention\ The young couple left on tho after1-" 7-C-tf. r
nville. ;, in Jacksonville. The operation was noon train for their home at Glen St. for draining malarial] .places and ,

Judge R. A. Green attended the on a small child who hail swallowed' Mary. Their many friends wish them exterminating mosquito} ., Stacks KINGSLEY L.\IE-Pnul F.. Canova
road celebration at Lake last all happiness.PA1KIOTIC. cannot afford' to lot anybody! even cottage: for r''
City rent.
a twenty-five cent piece, five days $15 per week.
'
iliF., A. Scott spent Monday I in I Thursday. though ignorantly, cause such conditions !
1 He was accompanied by previous to the operation, and Dr. Cash with application.\ Peek & __ t
unville. \ Revs. He stable Johns. had tho power to abolish; them.
consulted. He was only eight' minutes -
F. Stump spent Monday in Jack in the FUn SALE-.:Missionary\ strawberry N'
drawing quarteer from the Mrs. 1A.. Scutt entertained
.Is on a business trip. Mr. and ;.Mrs. chlll'm-I) FOKKST: OI't'lCI.1.'ISHS IN plants by the thousand or by thu
L. A. Davis, Jr., left place where it hud lodgued in the lower ingly Saturday afternoon, *,
:Monday for Ashville, N. C. where part of the throat. to six, by giving a patriotic tea lither STAKKKK. bed, cheap, K A. ]Kahr, route A,

i \I. Alvarez] and family are spendveral they will spend several weeks, then I home on Ninth st. This delightful ._Starke. 7. O.2L. ; '
< weeks at their Kingsleyottnge. ] 11. Forbes, director of the Southern -
/jfo to
'Chattanooga, Atlantaand IL OF F. ITEMS ] affair waa In honor of membersof RENT-At
Forest Experiment; Station, visited Klngstey 1-urk clean ,.
Koukymount, Ga. the local Woman's Christian Ternperance
and l several I mid comfortably furnished apart.
lust week
I Stnrke
:Mrs. A. E. Wall and son, William, Union, of whist :Mrs.\ Scottis spent mont'for 1 1Ii
ilrs( Bessie Grant, of Jacksonville, :Mrs. James Godhold : days hero with Mr. Wymnn of tho ]local small family 1\11'11. Flora i
and little son, spent the week-end at home, and reports the capable president. "f
I' Ciidy, Phone 402. (0-29-tf. h
Wednesday to visit her brother James branch., :Mr. Forties inspected|> thq
who
haws been visiting at the great progress in tho musical The guests were entertained! on the
C). L. Haynes. home of Mr. and :Mrs S. S. Dowlinir interest of this hospitable, home, the naval stores teAts at Sampson lake,
at the university this: year. porches i. SEEDS-lf: : :: not already on our mailing I
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also the laid out in
and 1
returned Saturday to their home \\n There are over ninety in tho public decorations being! of red I and white experiments list and receiving/ catalog, send
Mrs. A. V. Long, of Palatkn] is the I co-operation with L. O. Powell, just
Jacksonville.
school] music clashes this year, while zinnias, blue and whito hydrangea' name and address! for our InterestIng -
1 'if her motHer Mrs. aoutlvof Starke.' Already In-
S. E. sonic
lust year th .'\werc' only a few, and tastefully arranged in bowls] and suspended and iiiHtructivc new full eixla- .
nice. :Mrs! C.V.. Chalker and two little inquiries are coming in from over the baskets.. A ]largo number of, tcreslinu; results arc showing up\ in- Jog Kllgore: Seed Co., "Plunt City, '

sops, who "have been visiting her parents state asking about how to tench sight American flags were also in evidence.! complclu) ] records indicating that tho Flu.] 7-20-71-8-31 k
in Sapp, a prominent Baker i'ounnrmcr ,. Mr. and :Mrs.\ A. M. Darby, singing in the schools. This shows The inspiring patriotic program open timber will yield considerablymore
had business!' in Starke on went : gum than! trees of the sumo al Uo FOR SALE-Missionary find Klondyko -
Middleburg yesterday to vis. that Florida is not willing/,\ to remain was opened\ with Sounn's march,
day. it C'apt. Chalker's parent behind other states in any educational Keeping' Step with the Union, by grown in too dinso" Btiinda. Strawberry plants, any 'quantity s
factor. The chorus and orchestra !Miss Mona Alderman] which] was followed :Mr. Forbes and Mr. Wyimm spent growing on new ]land, form fresh

.itrle ;mss Betty McLane, of Co :Mr. and Mrs.\ Ceo. Marks returned also are doing good profitable work. by a rending, Our Flag, by Saturday in Jacksonville secinirmen plants, reuily .)iil\] 1st. If Interest,! ; P

came Saturday to visit littlei :Monday\ to their home In DeLand, after This is :Mrs. Wolfs second year as Mrs. Arthur Wood., Accompanied by Interested in turpentining work, nnd write J. M.: Truby, Stark-, ml( 22 10-28

\I i Hazel and! Lois Adkins. a visit with her t parents! :Mr.\ and supervisor of music at the state uni :Miss Iris Epperson, :Miss Elizabeth motored to Gainesville to. see M r.Wllnion I

Airs. A. :M. Darby. versity. Brownlfo, sang Liberty and Flag. of I Newell, director of the Experiment : FOIL SALE: .A desirable, place, corner i f
Station thero. NI Walnut and Ninth '
streets.
Miss* Ethel Griffin spent the week the rice, with exquisite expression. I '
Ivngsley] Lake with Mrs. A. Z. :Mrs.\ Jim Dell and] children, of Rev. Blanchard Law sang at chapel] Mrs. .1?' J. Bullion read an excellent' After leaving here Mr. Forbes wentto Four lots fronting on N 'VIII nut\ and c
Atlanta where u meet I UK of. tho west half block between Ninth$ and
"+ klnS Gainesville Patriotism
are at KinK-sley] lake und
occupying nt the summer school last Friday article entitled, Flags is
the L. A. Davis cottiitre.. Dur- morning. He wax visiting his sister, after which Rod, White and Blue Georgia Forestry Association was Tenth streets., Cottage: fir, corner J

O) P. Carpenter returned Friday ing the first of the \\'I'ekll's.:\ Dale, Miss Doris, who is attending the ses- march was (gracefully! rendered, by I i held Monday. An effort/ will bo minl North Walnut And Ninth streets J'' tl'

in+ a vacation trip to Cocoa, where of Gainesville, was the guest of Mrs.\ sion. Rev. Law Is pastor now at New Mrs. Georgo C White mail, Miss !lsabel | to pass Home forestry legislation; In Terms reasonable. Mrs. C. W. Lid-

1.vas the guest of Roscoe Mel.uno. Dell. Smyrna, and Miss\ Dofis teaches In'' ] Uullen, violins, with Miss Moiiu Georgia) thin year. don. 1 tf ya

tho school there. Alderman] at pinna accompanist. Mrs. YKOMKNIlrothorhood : : I !FOll' tSAI.K:-21 I sere farm, house nail; ;i
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.Mrs II. Brown and two children, of Mr. and Mrs II. :M. Snyder and lit A. SI.: Darby und daughters, Mrs C. JOIN 'I horse, 7 7 acres of corn and, peanuts, ,

ti: .w York City, are the guests of her the daughters, Fenella and Louise; Misses Aileen Alvarez, May Wilson W. Chalker] and! Miss Fannie Darby, Amerli'nn: Yeoman' also HOIIIU sweet potatoes. I will null! 1
ti-r. Mrs. N. Sternberg. :Miss Katie Belle Green motored to and Bessie Dubose are attending .'accompanied\ by Mrs. DeWitt.C. Jones of. cheap fur cash or would consider I
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the
Iowa will
of Des Moines, lieU you
Jacksonville Sunday and were guestsof I summer ,school from Starke. i, duligted their audience by singing, life In- ailtomoliilo IO"III.d( just west of
D. Hitch Green has none to Jack :Mr. and Mrs.\ L. F. Emery in Riv- I I i lienutiful] Flag of Liberty, and thesplendid cheapest legal reserve No 20-puy for Hani! Shell church on Water Oak.Ad.iresm '. 1

ille and la employed by the Hart erside. :Miss Hazel Jones and bliss )JnezMoitt program was closed by Miss Kuranro In Florida chariro :M. J. Hutrnui, 1 I'. O. Box '' }" a

Miture Company.: spent the week-end at White I J Iris Epperson giving a spirited rendition 'examination.! 222, Went Palm Beach, Flu
} month $2.17 21, ''t
:Mr. and, :Mrs. G. C. Livingston, of Sprinfs, visiting friends and rela] of Clayton's; Grand :March.\ Age 10 per ; axe 7-H-ilt:! k
Miss Harriet Ritch, who has been Tampa, :Mr\ *. J. S. Drown, of Plant tives. :Miss ;May Pock, of JjickonvHIle' $J.il:!:!; aiio 25, 2.17; age 30<, $2.70; .

Miami visiting her aunt, Mrs. City, and :Mrs.\ Susan Vorhees, of was introduced 1 us one of the ilnloi.ates j age( an! $2.KlIlO!) ; / 40, $:1,950age: 45,

inyles; ] returned home Friday. C'j Atlanta, motored here Sunday and MI{. ANII J :MKS. S. I.. Plum ENTERTAIN who attended the World's W. $i.80: ; age" 50, $1.12; ago f!>, $ ..2K1I. For, Sale,
were guests of Miss Kate Livingston, llisf. Ruby Proctor, of Luke Buts on West Call >t. and :Miss Peck responded with a 1 $1.20 less] per year. MISSIONARY I'L\NTH
Whole life much cheaper.See .
In Starke this' week on a visit ,, : Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek gave a delightful -I short speech.! $2.00 |per TliiiiiHiind. or by the lied
and insure
K. S. Humphrey
th relatives.Mis' II I I I :Mrs. Lorenzo D. Green has as guests auction bridge party Saturday I The hostess served very temptingrefreshment's IF \OU! WANT:" I'LAM'H, I CAN
I''this, week mother :Mrs. L. A. Dees salad olives :your life and protect your loved ones.l i 1
her evening at their home on Jefferson of chicken ((3 7-20-4t SKI.L: toil. SICK I 4'.
Perla Whitten of Raiford, was of :Mayo and four gisttom :Mrs. C. D. street. \ 1
fav-ors -
:. inping in town Wednesday aftern. (, Williams, of Charlotte, N. C., :Mrs. C. The gentleman's prize, n deck of ( .'11.... Ct-i--u; :t. o to J A Ilsvsn..t
F. Johns, of Perry; Mrs\ J. F. Hunt,/ cards, was won by :Mr. Edward, Burns I, The out of town guests were :Mrs.\ | I '.rrt, ',.'ym.-air.It P >ZOi "1"4'" 'Yo'" (, M. F. BROWN
of Ilnines City; and Mrs. D. J. Clark, while :Mrs\ A. S. Crews received the I I )Homer( U.] Llmbnugh, of Tallahassee, ,' i i, ,' i rI ,'iIti'Ini1, ,
t HTAKKK.; FLA.
Miss Clara May Durden, of Tarni. ,1 of Palmetto ladies' prize, u box of stationery.The I :Mrs.' L. J. Wynn, of Hampton, and ,: '

\i. visiting: her sister, Mrs O. L. ,, hostess served a delicious salad ] Mrs. C. W. Chulker, of Denver Col.! I .

Ueasley, this week. i Robert Daniel, of Jacksonville, was course after the prizes were pre>
j'''a gucjt Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. J. sented. Gorgeous. hued zinnias -I REMOVE; OHS'IKUCIIONH! j u $

G. S. Young, of Lake City, spent W. Edwards :Mr. Daniel was acom- used in profusion for decorations.
Wednesday here looking after his panied home by little :Miss[, ElainId: The guests Included] !Mr. and ; [ Fences have been built across' the'I USCO Users Stick a

usiness interests. I: wards, who will spend several] daysin ('po. A. Marks, of DeLand; Mr. th'S'1 Alligator canal, within the town corHas |
Jacksonville Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, Mrs. C.'
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Mr. and!, !Mrs. F. II. Long left Mon- Chalker, Mr. aWl :Mrs A. S. Crews,

"' for a motor trip to Palatka, St. \" D. Carlton, of Bowling Green, 'Mr.: and :Mrs. Edward, Dims, :Mr. I Good Tires aRF
'. wutine and Jacksonville. was in StArke the first of the week and :Mrs.\ J. L. Peek I are 4
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i', visiting relatives. :Mr. Carlton formerly r

'(" )1. J. C. Poppell of Plant City, owned a farm north of Starke, K. K. KLUH MET FRIDAY I can f.nrtch? ordinary q1 '
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'tr'd this but !has: for lived in Polk YOU 4
family have been in Starke many years : buyers from rarul J to
,v-ek visiting relatives and friends. I j county, where he la a prosperous :Miss Florence Matthews: charmingly i

(|, trucker and citrus grower. His. many entertained the K. K. KJub Friday ), I I brand. w e fi 1 ,,

Sire Stanley C. Carnell, of Ormon-1 (!I old friends here were glad to meet afternoon at her home on Ninth st. II But try to Bwitclt an U co

Q guest at the home of her parents, him. The guests were entertained on I user. Ilu Anoti'5. Duct Fabric k

Mr and Mrs.[ F. A. Scott. the wide porch, which was made more I settle the tire question wherever -

MM. Sarah L. Harnrick \< .. leave attractive with swinging baskets of I they arc tncJ. way

N, Sternberg and family.are spend- |I Sunday for a trip to San Francisco, ferns and zinnias, also vases and Built absorb w
'it? several weeks at Kinsley Luke where she will visit her daughter, bowls of the same bright hued flow to punishment f' I I

""d. are occupying -Matthews cot- : :Mrs. W. :M.\ Swinyer. Mrs. Hamrick ers. On the card tables were placed rt and they to. ItrlJ G ,
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lie wil! I Ireturn home the first of October dishes of Jordan almonds.At your insurance The MX, r'ui'Ycsl l Uscj Fuhrlc tit
and remuse her kindergarten class I II the close of the bridge game is honest nil thfs way through l xc
kept with
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:Mrs. II. D. Hemingway returned I / .- it was found that Mrs. J. C. Robinson pace new t no b.iryain' strcjkj under the

home last week, 'after spending sev- C. L.' Hodges has! moved his stock had won first prize, a leather purchases 7 surface. t r3 : ."
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ral months with her son in Wilson]I,''of dry goods, etc., to 'Macclenny, bridge scope pad; and to Mrs. Geo, From time to time you have. -
N C I II i where he also kept a store while having A Collins war. handed the Consolation made improvement in your house. //3 3 At the new prices C8r'tlally- i

I[ : / one in Starke. -He has moved prize, card table numbers. You have also bought new thiny, '1 + they area great money's worth*

Mr. and ;Mrs. J. L. Peek and chlld- ;!I back there with his family. Mr. After the presentation of the prizesthe Into your horn\ l Does your Insurance ak. I '

fen, Clara Louise and Julia, Jr., and Hodges, while here, gained an envi- hostess served chicken salad] potato cover ALL then thinituT' +
for fair dealing and chips, olives, t pickles saltines I
,
lias May Peek motored toJacksonville able reputation If Ore came tonight would you be
Friday and spent' the day. made many friends, who rpgret the cheesetballs and Ice tea. The favors paid enough to replace with new.
]loss to Starke of him and his excel- were dainty bunches of nasturtiums
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goals of like kind and chamctrT -
Charlie Darby, of Madison, and lent family. and asparagus fern tied with green I'

',corge A. Marks, of DeLand, were ribbon. \ t1"t #<
week end guests at the home of Mr. :Mrs. E. S. :Matthew entertained Those enjoying this delightful affair This agency of the llnrtrnrJ' v<

nd Mrs. A. M. Darby. the Merry\ Workers Wednesday afternoon were: :Mrs. J. E. Corpening, :Mrs. Fire Insurance Company will assist -
at her attractive home on N. Sternberg, Mrs. II. Brown, of New i you estimate values and will :

J. M. Mitchell is way on his annual Ninth street. The hostess served! refreshing York City, Mr. Geo. A.. :Marks' of MI plan your fire Insurance. that
vacation, and in his absence P.1 j punch, sherbet and cake. Besides DeLand; Mrs. C. W. Chalker; Mrs. It loss should come, it would be I, y

Carpenter and Mr. Coperth Waite j Iare the member of the club, there J. C. Robinson; :Mrs. J. T. Moore, of made good. $ .
JWhere ,
looking; after the' interests! of the were present Miss May;Peek of Jacksonville Lawtey; :Miss Marguerite Shriver, of FOIl SAFE -AND SURE I' -
MM. Wrf E. Middleton] and Brooke: Miss Margaret Long, Miss

1 ADVICETO AGED II :Mrs\ ; F. A. Scott-, El]ma Robinette, Miss Williard Bishop INSURANCE, CALL to buy US.Tlres '

I A.. .....Wlnnltl__h ..oIu..loh. I -, of Lakeland; :Miss Dorothy Edwards i ,
"....., WMfc Udnr* urpW !.... During a thunder shower a few !!!, of Jacksonville. J. R. Davis & Co. J. V.ndre", Jr., Starke, Fl..

Tutt's Pills night ago, the Southern Dell! telephone ] Smith1 Garage Starke;; f'a. ,
line was struck by lightning. v CEMETERY: WORKING Agency EntablUhed 18HIi Antlrrson' Garage Lawtcy, Fla

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; COLUNM six months you will prefer a milkshake FARMERS AND FRUIT GROWERS
W. C. T. U. to a mint julep."

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r----- "DADDY, WHAT IS A SAL. r, Term., News in quoting! the WEEK AUGUST 6 TO 11 1923

t4i (G. E. Cullen. Detroit.) i above, "is about the way the average ,
Bradford -
With The citizen of the South feels aboutit. College of Agriculture-' University: +of FLORIDA RICE GU\\Elt(

I was startled when my boy said ." Florida, Gainesville WATCH CALIPOK ,

S to me the other day, "Daddy, what

: County Farmers Is a saloon? I've never seen one'." EMPTY JAILS Growers' WueT Rapid I'rogrl.'MsIade: in I'a, ,'
f Formers' and Fruit
I almost shouted for joy. I had never During! Past Ten 'tears--(I. .1

....................-----. thought of that. My boy can never is designed to bring together farm New Industry Here.
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....................... sal- After forty years of prohibition, : men and women, in vacation time, 1 to
licensed
I. remember hating seen a
Kansas last year had seventy-seven better acquaint -
o.J mingle together, get I
l\\. oon. They were put out of business'I empty jails, says the Lafayette, Ind. I ed, exchange experiences, gather new i Tallahassee, July 11.--lii,
the touch of the trained hand he old enough to notice.
require before
'i \Dllm) $ OK) HA1IO' COSSIIOLO ; I i. was Courier "These" empty jails stand as ideas from each other and from teachers in Florida, a crop that ha n ,
much for
and mind in order to yield bounti- Prohibition has done that
UAIUI! oCT FOICO1'IOr I monuments to .the good worked by and scientists of long I experience headway in this state, an ," din !
$ fully The march of industry and all the children of my boy's age in
: ; :S; AUOU1ION! dry law enforcement. It is plain that familiar with Florida conditions.No the growing of the crop
competition has placed agriculturewith America. That in itself is a great
the weakening of thu prohibition laIn fees will be charged. All lectures fornia where it has made rapta
its back to the wall. When my boy asked+
which will confront ncomplishment. Kansas would precipitate an instant and demonstrations will be free. during the> last ten years.
the piublvms
Ono of The agricultural college editors his question, I felt all at once repaid
and would
in crime
farmers when the increase Accommodations and Expenses Commercial growing of rlc.
the dairy have learned that the newspaper for all the tiny efforts I had
'Li' of the Texas fever tick in mean many tenants for those now Kooraa in the dormitories, includIng Pacific coast state did not be,
question the first to help' make America dry.
makers are am >ng realize put forth to ask lorI
s settled l will be contagious uburtion of eighteen vacant cells Does anybody meals at the University dining til 1912 but by 1919 the value"> ''n",,
and appreciate the position The who are now
boys
is considered return to ancient evils? The average + increased to the high
secured $1.00
this disease be al per crop m.
/ and even now the farmer, and they feel that no oth- have also wonderfully aided. I know room, may
t with
of the greatest menaces to citizen has little patience day, provided Auditor J5:. II. Graham 21000000. Planting: of the cmi "?, ,
one
the by
for them personally
institution is doing more I know
er youth.
t that deliberutely
und politicians or vilh forces commercial basis followed three
in eastern dean of the Agricultural Collegebe
industry or ?
the dairy than his believe 1 conservatively
benefit of the farmer own the hundreds-I can ime
inidw extern states It is apt to be the thousands. I invite .-iwlessne-is nd notified at least a week in advance. of experimenting by the r.> .,

I in troduced into any herd unless extreme comunity newspaper. knew them say before, by prohibition and I by destroying social safeguards. These taking advantage of this rate States department.of agrlcultun!, "

I precaution* be observed in know them since. The'lads who are must bring pillow, bed linen and tow determine the possibilities of its ",i.
I'LENTY
''r t bringing new animals into the herd. THE MOO NEEDS FltESH WATER eighteen have in very few i instances + RECRUITING CITIZEN .EKS els. Rooms in private homes convenient ture in California Up to 1909. '!ie
OP I'UUE now
+ The seriousness (of the whole problem SUMMER started the habit of drinking to the campus may be had at indstry had been confined to, ni

s' of contagious abortion lies in the DURING TilE intoxicating liquors. All sensational Military Training Camps Throughout from $2.00 to $3.50 per week, and South Atlantic and Gulf State
external signs! The Country Resound Again to the meals obtained at nearby restaurants
fact that there are no statements to the contrary, ware Results of experiments with rune
iI of fresh water duringthe I
1 Plenty "
M it be rec- pure Command Of "Squads Right. thu dining room at 35c I I cultural
1 Y'' or symptoms whereby can) summer should be provided for I now rearing America youngpeople' or University ties fertiliers\ methods, 'era

I' ollni I if their expect
% hogs, owners "
1 IL to all outward appearances be perfectly water lowers are not going to sneak down back alleys "When do we eat? again is heard Courses Offered Biggs, California experiment stat,"n
du best. Dirty, stangnant
I is
I', healthy. Such an animal Is the vitality of the hog and causes at dead of night/ knock mysteriously over the land. The kitchen po\'e\ AGRONOMY. Farm managment, since its establishment form tha! '>aj.

t' 4 1 the one that often introduces the disease digestive disorders. Water from dir at fast locked doors, stumbleup again dishing up the glum; the bonesare farm and truck crops, rotation, grass is for information just published .n

into healthy herds. These "car wallows and mud holes is usually dark and dangerous stairs, re- again rolling over the barrack and forage, cotton culture and boll bulletin from by the federal agricul-
( ) ty floors: the "top kick" is again being 'I'
weevil control. tural'department.
of deadly concoctions
cieve few drops
conaminated with worm a
s+ i (\ which heavily are taken in when the eggs hog at outrageous prices all the razzed, but only behind his back; "re ANIMAL.; HUSBANDRY. Beef, Thirty-five varieties and strain, if

I drinks such water. These worm eggs time running the risk of detectionand veille" and "taps" are again being swine, and poultry production, diseases rice have been grown in tenth acre

I. will readily spread the infection; by I hatch in the stomach and intestinesof imprisonment. Our youth are sounded as the United States army of and farm sanitation. plots and ine-year averages nhtj,

d means of infected afterbirths and va- in- being saved in their habit-forming citizen soldiers forsakes workbenchand DAIRYING. Selection of dairy; ed for seven varieties. Tin.
worm
the causing heavy
i i' i Kinal discharges, according to A L. festation.The pigs. ){'ears. Prohibition is accomplishing office stool for training camps cattle, handling milk and butter, cor giving! the highest average: n i, ,I i

1 I j Sheuly, professor of veterinary old muddy hog wallow' that much. scattered'lrom Maine to California, I rect feeding, etc.POULTRY. the nine years it is stated na
dirty
,
+ science of the Florida College of Ag-! should be filled up so that it will not The homes that are now being newly from Michigan to Texas. Breed selection, feedIng teribune, C. I, No. 1501, n lat, ,

riculture. be a source of worm troubles, according setup are prohibition homes, formerly National guard units, reserve officers housing and marketing poultry turing, short-grain rice, yielilim) i,'
Dr.. Shealy says further, "There are a man could not and just ordinary civilians-but products. 301' pounds per acre.
Professor young
to Dr. A. L. Shealy many
i k w$ certain abnormal conditions present of veterinary science of the Florida resist tempation placed legally before all citizen soldiers-are being taughtthe Citru CULTURE. Fertilization, The fertilizer experiment conduc'.d J

J which would tend to indicate contug-! of Agriculture. Provide him so frequently and alluringly. His ins and outs of soldiering, for its management and care of groves, disease during a tree-yenr per;oJ, ">I4 "

j 4 ious abortion wihtin the herd, and College other containers for bride's pleadings were offset the policy of this country to rely on and insect control. 1916, inclusive, show that manure. .

+ when these are present the owner clean troughs or he by young too many and too" powerful enm- the rank and file of its citizens< in HOME ECONOMICS. A full weekis creased the average yeild R79 pounds,
drinking water says.
't should suspect this trouble. The act the hours of the day es. But today their power is clip times: of emergency.The provided especially for women, including sulphate of ammonia' 651 pouni" ,

e. "l of abortion Is one indication of thiiliuuno water During for the hog warm to wallow in means ped. The bride's power has all its regular army Is about 100,000 ,cookery, food preparation, nutrition dried blod 618 pounds, and coth,., .

(1 /...___.._. The Infected animal may comfort for it. A wallow for sucpurpose old-time strength, and the young strong+ A mighty; good little army household management, and | seed meal 583 pounds to the acre

v abort at any stage\ of pregnancy yetit should be made of cement or husband who forgets his newly given+ all critics agree. Military authorities conveniences, clothing, and I In the depth of submcrgcnci, -

1 ; t f usually occurs about the sixth or tightly fitted boards. Build a shed promise, U, thank God, becoming; would like to see it doubled in size., ing the home and its beautifY-I periments, the highest average\ eta(
seventh month. If the cow does not As William Jennings Bryan said,, COURSES. obtainedby
it to afford shelter from the sun. more and more scarce in these prohibition ARRANGEMENT OF 3,925 pounds per acre, was
clean up well, if she retains the afterbirth over Fill the wallow'with water and add a days. It is afar different however, "a million men will springto One may take one line of work thru + submerging: the land six inches

''I.l contagious abortion shouldbe layer of crude oil or kerosene. The matter for a young husband to stopin { arms ovenight\ if we are attacked out, or divide the time as he sees fit. deep druing the submergence\ pence
Sterility -failure to ," so what's the use of having abig .
working
suspected. oil or kerosene will help in killing at an open saloon with a few DailY programs will give opportunityto
breed promptly-is another* indica home from army, the ordinary citizen feels. will be
a mite. The water friends on his way know in advance what givenin
:ii i \. tion. Oftentimes udder, dieseases follow should lice and be mange changed regularly. If it is work and indulge in a drink or two, Military authorities in Washington each line of work at every hour of ASPIRINSay
I abortion the idea that the
,t infection with contagious the risk of have promulgated
I1 wallowof from securing liquor at : the day.
imposible to have a sanitary the
and
AT djpath.( Our new traditions and practices t INSTRUCTIONS. Members of the
boards do or
: cement or tightly fitted imprisonment
i be -
1 "In order to determine definitely; I not provide any at all, for the filthy, homes are sober homes. Prohibition knowledge/ of broadcasted soldiering must if the "mil-pretty faculty Experiment Station Staff Extension "Bayer" and Insist!

b whether or not contagious abortion i is dirty hog wallow is realy dangerous. has brought that happy result. generally Division and Plant Board will
within the herd it la essential the mora lion men" of imagination are to amount of their time and effort
present !I A sand wallow is satisfactory.. is Prohibition has shown us when the danger : give largely
to have a competent graduate made by using clean sand to which strength of the people. Without revolution to anything during the week. Prominent speakersand

ti I veterinarian take samples of blood I has been added crude oil. Build a and without civil war, we threatens. scientific experts, from the U. S. Q
1 : the officers
k; from each cow and send to a laboratory shed over it. have practically put from our midst Hence, the national guard, Department of Agriculture and other
determine whether or not this and most terrible reserve corps the citizens' military institutions will discuss national
j to i I I Farmers interested in buildingsanitary u one of the oldest ,
I I' diesuse is present." hog wallow should consult; .urses of humanity. The ballot has training camp. of the questions applicable to farm life
r The agricultural Extension Division great The military authorities RECREATION. A of each day-
l ff with their county agent and ask him Hufdcient power to right every part
d ) University of Florida Gainesville ,for a'copy of farmers Bulletin 1085. and. terrible wrong, however, ancient United l States: have divided with the Boston country will be given to music and recreation
has just published a bulletin on entrenched.The into nine corps areas and entertainment One afternoonwill
}e This bulletin may be had by writingto or deeply in the first
diseases and ailments of cattle. It the United States Department of issue is more plainly drawn Mass., as headquarters ; be used for a picnic at a beautiful -

,ei was written by Dr. Shealy. A postal Washington, I). C. than ever. Public opinion, painfully New.; York City as headquarters third in spring where facilities for bathing

li with your address will bring it to you Agriculture slow in forming, has now set firmlyin the second; Baltimore, Aid., ; and other amusements are ex

1 free. Ask for Bulltein 37. mold. Prohibition has Atlanta ,Ga., fourth; Indianapolis, cellent.
s 1 its new
r, EXTRACTS' KIIOU COUNTY .Ind., fifth; Fort Sheridan, 111., sixth;
to these United States of America LIBRARIES. The University and
s'' +I EDITORS OK COUNTRY AGENTS' REPORTS come to stay. Selfish men with the ntaha, Neb., seventh; San Antonio, Experiment Station Libraries with fates., you see the name tlyPT" nn
and San Francisco, Cal., pwknjfe or on t..hlot) you are not <"
TO I KAKMEU3 AID: it Tex., eighth, books bulletins \
COME; devil's own aid cannot remove their reference journals, tho pnxluet.. priaorilxvl
tm genuine Bayer
Hamilton-Our last car of melons in the ninth corps I and God will not. Let us be content as headquarters and papers will be available. 1 l hy physicians over twnnty.1W'yoars '
F' The newspapers of the country are rolled Friday the Oth. In checking up and hold fast. FINAL SUGGESTIONS.; When and proved safe by million i i.>'
find that we loaded one car to area.Each of these areas has a citizens
we
corps
devoting more and more space to ag reaching the campus! report at once tothe ('01,1, Heojlachn

riculture, that industry which feeds> every 12 acres planted SOUNDING THE SENI'l I -JNT; OF military training camp.In Dean's office, Roots 1, Agricultural Toothache Lumbago
and Duvnl-V. C. Johnson, Dinsmore+ these are now about 50,000 Earache Rheumatism'
more than a hundred million THE SOUTH camps I Hall, register and secure detail In- I'l.inAccl'rt
installing one of the absolutely Neuralgia" Pain,
which gives occupation to something dairyman, is young citizens, the majority formation.

like thirty million A 1Cricans. most modern and up-to-date equipments While the fate-of New York's state green in the ways of soldiering. Those who contemplate attending "Buyer Tablets of"Iurln'contain*

That conclusion can be drawn from in the state for the treatmentand enforcement law was hanging in the Some have had previous military experience should notify the College of Agriculture only. EaHi directions, unbroken. I andy package( bogies If t
is proper
; the reports and discussions made ut purifying of milk before It balance the editor of the Baltimore ; some are overseas veterans. in advance.ty twelve tablets cast few cent. Drill+g'
bottled. The plant will cost $7,000. the period of one month, regular btittlra. of 24 and 10'1.iAplrln '>.
the recent meetings of the agricultural to edi For glut" !. also sell! b
nUl'stionnaire
sent out; n
h of the few dairymen rn the ia the tr ul. mark' of U.IY'II'
Mr. Johnson is one officers will put raw officers <
army of in the
college\ editors of the country tors of the South in an endeavor to men reserve corps are MonoaoetioacidoBter "n
1 at New Brunswick, N. J. From almost here who produces enough silage!; bitterness over the issue of recruits through the steps, teach them of the World War or enlisted 8a1lcylicl1.oh"inufiu-tuTo of
arouse
l' every state came reports of the to supply his needs from .one seasonto state's: rights. He did not receive the, how to shoot, how to step, how to do men who have seen service duringthe -

whole-hearted manner in which editors the next. replies he expected. Here is a spirited squads right how ,to distinguish between World ajar. fbe Quinine l IIM Oot !Mot Atlect If Met JBwninn

are searching\ for the very best Lake-Bordeaux-oil spraying experiments paragraph from the answer that a shavetal and a generaland The greatest need in times of em- of Ifs tonic end lfi*..tv! .. tttert". J,.*.
melunose are showingup the thousand and TIVE UROMO OWNINf.: (Tab.el.) can to.
for do If
economics) how to one is sufficient number of of-
agricultural (and homo came from the editor of the Memphis ergency a by anyone without caunintl Dprvounnesffor r" .mg.
Information for the benefit of their very satisfactorily. Growers are Commercial, Appeal: one different things a soldier is supposed ficers to train the raw recruits. These In 'he heRd, E.W.GRovi S.igaetwenuI. l lWe > '-

readers highly pleased with results. No serious trouble with Baltimore to be able to do. reserve officers training camps are
"The you
The discussions which followed the scale infestations: have developed boys is that you insist on looking At the end of the month, the 50- meant to keep enough men in civilianlife

various reports brought out the fact 1 as yet, but growers are being! through the bottom of of a glass after 000 will go back to the bench and who are ready at all times to

that this j."rowlnj.attitude\ \ of the closely( watched. Dusting for ruts putting its alcholic contents into stool. They will be tanned/ hardened step into the breach and become efficient -
r !
newspaper owners of the country U mites Is fast becoming the rule"growsaytng mouths. You are all het up physically better and they will soldiers the moment they don
s realization\< "It's fin easy and quick. your and have learned the rudiments of soldier- the.iaform.
due to a more pronounced the about New York and Maryland,
the Marion-Some reports from In' of timo individuals whj
their parts that agriculture is consider inalienable course
on your
what ing.Uncle
basic industry\ of this country. They treated"cotton fields are fine. Onlyone right to you lap up a lot of liquor. Smith Sam does not ask them enlist have seen service in the citizens mil
man in the Fairfield covnunity in any branch of the service.They itary training will graduateto
feel that of all the! industries / ought not to sign that Mullan-Gage camps
a/otri-I properly treated his field. And his return to camp the followingyear the omcers' This Is of
may ,
culture Is the least organised. repeal law. Get on the water wagon. camps. '
i most in need. of the! moral is+ the only cotton that Is doing any Join the Anti-Saloon League and in if they choose. They are free course, optional, but the idea is to I

and asistance of the press of the land. thing in the way of putting on and agents, their vacation of one strenuous maintain both camps year after yearin ,

Too long. it was pointed out, has holding a crop. control many farmers having adopted : month having no strings attached readiness fur the inevitable day
Putnam-The county commissioners measure.JetferllonlIany It and given at the expense of the of will
farming 4*'en on r a_ hit-or-miss basis. this preventive to when tocsin war again be Lenses
It has been felt that n man could | have made an appropriation to farmers have decided -- the government.The heard throughout the land: I grind Our Own

farm when he could do nohting else,* send an exhibit to the South Florida to go into truck growing on a authorities believe that in this NODELAY"QaJnesVille.

that anybody could farm. But the i Fair next February.St. small scale, which may lead to the way, when it becomes: necessary to

i timo has come when the tables: are { Johns-A committee has been general growing of truck! here. Cot- muster into service the "millionm" Florida

reversed. No longer may the man ]i appointed to encourage, the county's ton treated for weevil control by the Bryan has visualized, they will know Insect Bites ? Habitual ContlpaUon cured

do nothing>4o make a sub- I exhibiting at the South Florida Fair Florida met Qd''' Is holding its own. .' how to stand at attention at any rate. In 14 to 21 Days"LAXFOS
that \
can from the soil. Today ,| and its sending an exhibit to be 'alton-Have been with the people They are of the opinon that when MENTHOLATUM WITH PEPSIN" Is a .pecla !>'
tantial living Madison Square Garden in home orchards. does the majority of prepared Sy rupTnaic-Loxative for tabltU4!
thousands of insects and I shown at this week locating the crisis come ">
f there diseases are which make agriculture\ a I New York. Committees are at work We are booking the largest/ orders the veterans of the World War will Stops the itching and Constipation should be taken It regularly relieves for promptly 14 to 21 oi :.

tel'hnlcabUlllneu.\ Destroyed forests I I I preparing for the county fair. for fruit trees ever made in the his be past military age!; and will have gives comfort. to induce regular action. It Stimulate'," '

?, 10nJ'erelll\ game and other' Santa Rosa-Spent four days this tory of the county, w\th June blue- forgotten all they' once knew about Regulates. ? Very Pleasant to Tak*
I 1 food: no in abundance\ Depleted soils week inoculating& hogs for cholera berries in the lead. Our forage crop slum and 'squads right." Hence, the e bottle.H .

will be a large one. A large are- raw recruit must be trained in anticipation -

-, I age to peas is being planted. of the time of emergency. HAROLD.HUME Wm. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON..
Brevard The comity commission Similarly the reserve officers' trainIng PrMid nt Vic...... < .... S... Trau.

4F1 F- GENERAL INSURANCE era have appropriated money to sendan camp. These too, are' established Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers* Poultry

exhibit to the South Florida Fair. throughout the country The majori-
,
INMAN & RITCH. Dusting and spraying for rust mite Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

I AUTOMOBILELocated control is on in full blast. 1. L. SIMMONS Prompt Shipment
LIFE BONDS, ELECTRICAL
t FIRE. Polk\ -Growers are spraying and PLUMBER AND

in building of' E. A. Strout Farm Ajency. Office open 14 dusting to control rust mite on citrus. CONTRACTOR Ask your ihborHejknowt%

Hours Every Day. Grapes are ripening and being cold ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVENTelephone 'Get late. price list bofor;b.ying.M

I STARKE FLORIDA on local markets for 23 to 35 cents a STARKE. 1SJ-J FLA. E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacllaouville Fla,

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KKIDAY. JULY 20. 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGUAni. STARKE. FLORIDA I 1'\(.E SEVEN: I

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LAWTEYi Those present\ wereli': : l of the company's! win-re end. lion -................_____.. Rnnoflmlvxln '.' 'J I'
Pearl I rapid it
Griffls Sunday. expansion might!: I .. ..-...._.................. 860.00 1 '
I Eunice Whitehead, Beulah and Fred Green of Pine Hill, was in plant at Green Island, N. Y., it Is Nut by subsidies !lies the right pathto KcrAed for Cnntlnitrncfn .____..1.600.00Total ) '. ,

i 1\, July 20.-Rev.. I. Tarirned Hazel Futch Beatrice and Elizabeth our clmmunitunlay.. Just announced< by the Ford :Xews.When aid the tal'mers.'e have bad too -----._....._._..___..I3.lia.OII J ta. V,1I

: home this week after I Howe Abbie Harley, Messrs.\ Cecil Ray Andreu, of, Brooker, and G<.>o. \ the plant is ready to operate much of this alleged: remedy already.In I EHrtVUTK! OP 1\'U'8.'jf FINE: AMI FOK.FMTUKR : J

three weeks with relatives Whitehead Lee Carodtne, David Boyer Parrish, of Linden were guests of nt its full capacity it will take ttsllLICe cooperation anti in tho furtheringof nml dt-iiutlM" cost FUNItShi'iIIT bills In orlmInnl .1' .l J

I ist coast, and will preach at Wesley Bryant, Roy, Herbert As- their uncle, C. !\l. .Andreu Sunday. nx one of the dominant' manufacturing facilities for building up enterprises I\'",h.hh.t...... .blll. ._In.__crlmlnnl..?___.............1,50(1.00 600.00( 1. .. "I

imrth<<; Sunday. The moriiintcII ""a and R. C. Joyner, Lawrence' Dink- institutions of the country of this nature is there a much c'u-i-k of tho circuit court cost bill In \, 3

/ he "The Victory of Rijjht- Bn.. William criminal' eiuc ....-..---- ---.. QO.OO
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Godwin Everett Loadholtz liKOOKEK the aiiiinuiu-emettt, says, itinl in the better way. And it is based on the louniy Jmluu., ,, ..;;t bill* In crltniiml :/ "

.. and in the evening" "The Hubbard and St. Clair Harley. volume of production will be second sound principle that those who expect I Juntiro Ca,... of- tlu- .,IHIKIcmt...__-....bill.__._.In__.crlmirml ..._-1,800.00 f.."" :., I!Io ';1 ; ")

(iri-atest Champion. :Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson are only to. the Detroit l>llInt. A feature help must first\ help) themselvell.-F.x. cn.i.. ... ...-........_.. 150.00 I,r.:,'T' I
Drooker, July; :JO.-Rev. Norris, of County iiroiocutinu, tlornvy, convia. ..1
spending ,
Mattie Harley spent n few a few weeks at Kingsley will cniplojmcnt of farmer help Uon tw lliil.l' ..... .. oOO.OO \ .
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lake, LaCrosse' and Rev. Proctor, of Lake County pnwi-ouilnii: luirncy. cnnvlo.tlon ; fj1
week with Dr. and l :\In.IIIJ"gs months permitting
ast: Cutler, are conducting a revival nt during winter fwxw IVltt --.-. .._ ._______..1.0110.00) -. .1 'il
I of Starke.W. 1- : them to. work on the farms during:' the The Woodlot. VVItnnul f,.... ......n__...... 800.00 "
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the : .,
Missionary .Baptist church this toiitt noKmpln 1 In inwolvvncy cruim Sil.Ol" .,
C. Wooten and children HIGHLAND: week. IU111 n1<'I'. The 'fllrJl1 vvuntlloi, emits furnIsh work HhorliT'4, ctitiiiiiiniUin: :I i on fine*, rto., ool. ,. !

l..t.,1* | ... .. 250.00
,41! week for JlcUae Ga., where Messrs.\ A. A. and G. W. Unzen H. At present production I is limited to for mon und I"'11"n" during\ I thi winter Fnxllnir prlnonura- ---.-.---._--._.-.._-.__-n.-..- un.oo >< '.

l II! spend 1 a few days with rela-I Highland July 20.-Misses Beth I'. Gainey and J. J. Morgan\ spent the that rad.itiors! ,and riptf gears' emliloyinu montliH \\lion ,'ithor work, 1 III ",'lIrl'" Bo- "l',ntul"' of jtutlce juror I in pvnro orlmlnnl cuurU,CIWI-A, county 280.00 _

Wimberly Ethel Ricks and B. II. week-end 023:!:; men, but this force will Rides flitting t tin- furiiu-r on th> latmr ltlulnfprtntt: --::::::: lutu00titlal : .11
Ricks attending the union meetIng quomlon. tlli> woiiillut t "mil, Miipply' a |' ir> \ at jaif "irr""ii ____..__ 4HO.OO ,
\Iary Williams of Macelenny I were visitors to Jacksonville on near Mucclenny.\ lie' increased us soon< as new machinery tlon of llii Imlliliuic iniiti-rliil.. tho hulk |14,5.-"', .'tl| Tor "..nil", ....noU
ueat this week of her sister I Wednesday. :Mrs.: P. M. Barefoot and Miss\ Vera is installed.A Of tin I'l'luiir' 11011 tIlill ami u Itiif.1, I'ul't. -r. tnl --.- ... ____ ._.__7.880.00NOTirK i
\1). Tracy. :Mr. and :Mrs. V. D. Lang, :Mrs. David department will soon be opened '. .5.- --'- .
Surrency spent Saturday shopping InIachuu. tf not nil in I tliiliul I usH! on tilt 11l'1'1IjI.rlll'.II. \ : : 'j. ..
Lang, Misses\ Stank fur the manufacture of springs: ,, OP' Al'l'l H'ATION 1 .,,ft"'T7, 1IFKO ,
and Jennie .
.\ II. Miner and children visi .\ In 'ddill ". tlu> w <>ll u.ptwiMxlIot I : J7.V Or' IIIK f

i rives in Baldwin several d.IYs Prescott :Mr.: and Mrs. Cha Wilkinson Mr.\ : mid\ :Mrs.: W. T. Lewis are tho and will I irive employment> to 400 ad- limy 11 in.ulr. u 8t1111','"- ni. outMlilt 'ltln:: ;: : HPAITTKH .0. _,. .
I lliMd.v I ,
ti.nl it' i" tlv.n I lout, |k W. Aliwra, J '
,'k. Miss\ Eliza Wilkinson :Mr. and proud parents of a daughter, born flitionnl men.Exten in.t .. i '. l I'> u., .t.I tllWl':: "....reh...., I' if in, .ftlv! rcrtillmton,. n..lla.-I l lll .

Mrs.\ II. C. Wimberly! Miss Winifred .uko improvement and devel.p.Illent ties, or i in i 0 .>.,rNOTUK 'IMM.-tlllj JI1", ). 84I" Hllll J' 1" '
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Alvarez and Friday July 13th.Marguerite I .
Hattie children li.l IKMUCII ly I tin I 111 % i-nlliK-tor. of Hrmlfordciiulitv. ,
Wimberly, Lon, Lish and :Melvin Shriver of the waterways/ in the Green .. MoriIn.. nulil. nut. I teat'u) lii.lnic. ilutoil 1- '( :
,iKi'i spent Sunday here at the : spent Friday : : OF APPLICATION H1KT4X IlkFIIL'MIKI .1 I tuli I I. I IllJt. riml, Inn iutg IIII. until curtlllciiUii) I t'
.it her mother Mrs. Louise Prescott, Barney Lang, B. H. RU-ks afternoon in Starke.' bland !section also is untl'll1piatcdby : HM1ION; 17V OK 1IIKUKNhKAI. In mv ntrirr. hnn tnmnniil>rntlim for tux ". .

and 11. B. Hudson were among those N. T. Ritch of Starke trans the Ford, :Motor: Company nnd will hTATIITKH: ,10",Snid-"" to iiwuiin. nccoriliiitciwith.. 1ft.... t
was: : rrrllflptir.niM'ctUolj, vmbrnw tho '
from our suction IIttendinthe, celebration include all all-water route to )Detroit. :ttotio,, l:: linn'by::: irlvcn Hint W. K. Ynrliiirruuirh : lillKuiiill u lnrul' in lliiiiiril" ) ,."lIlIv., Klnrldn, .. .
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left acting business! here Friday. of IRS ci'ttificNt Nn. 219..fltt..i !. .
.Io 'ce Terry Friday for \ purrliMner ..... .., ,1 nt tho ditto ,,f Urn I 1.,u.nc. of .'h I
at Luke City Thursday. :Mann Andrews relatives The property' will be flanked by a d ,h.. 4h ilny of July A. l II. mill\ him. 01. .'..rtlll.-....-. In I Iho iintniw rrain-ctlinly hnrvln-" .J'
where visiting '
Inu Va. she will be was -
II 1 nultt oprttflcut, in mv i rflc" end iua nmtlvHpplirntlim nui-r .. .
-.t I of her sister Mrs.\ J. T. Wy- Dr. E. L. BiKRS, of Starko, was a- at New River last week. ,itiHive t-t.m-rete water front and this I for, Inx ..,'...1 to iiwu. in Rcoorilntir. N (',''''pHrtlrulnrly,tlrnlo' No Jfin-t .forth i.iuriiri.| 'to-ultt.. onv( A In SW t 'i it .
professional visitor here Thursday.Mr. dock system will bu equipped with with 'tnw Snfil' rvrtlttajiui vniliritrtw thu r..l.1""lIIa Cm. l I..... half of Noutlii-niit Dunrli-r uf
L. T. Osteen of Plant hereon .
is
',ir several weeks. City I d..rt..dM'r. lluiitinl In UreilfurtCounty. M..lllh..o.ftrt.r.. 814Xt.. I IP. II. H. U. 24 ., '
E. D. Boyer left Monday/ fur :: and :Mrs. H. C. Wimberly; :Miss a visit with hrs parents Mr. and cranes and other paraphernalia to lie Fliirliln.. to witiNhw..t of Hnutlu-iuit QtmrtitrS Kii-t.; I urn. "ma.i| f. N lloldi-r) ."

where he will hold revival I Ethel Ricks and B. II. Ricks were :Mrs. H. T. Osteen. employed in extensive water ship I S.'.- U' 'Pit.| tjiinrU-i tI H., R. 23 I.ft.t: 40 norm. N ( ,l.-n un Ift.'ttt.ft uf' Nl, tOll omlirnna South of I SoulhKnutIJimrtri llnlf of t 11'5 & :
iw The .soi t l limit lii'lnit. .......".1 Hi the iliitaf N.'t..1"n'r .
visitors to the metropolis Friday.O. Charlie Marks\ of Aladrun ments.Construction. -. HIK. | J.! Knnt, lnunM. 4 .r
in the Baptist church during was in I tho) InNiinncit of Kuoh ei-rtificiiU in tlmnnniv Hrtni'imi-d. |'InlnownloitllUnto I II.
W. Marr\ of :Minis, visited relatives town Wednesday. of nil new Ford, plants uf tYntttit'" n. unlivw milil avrtlflcHtttfilmll No. .141 I Kiulirnn-ii North Unit .
k-. tio 'c.I'o..1 ..10..1wlI ,
nrcorilinir In Inw. tax or Northwrat .
\ Andrews Jr., of Starke WitS here several days last week ;Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Andreu attended on Sites with abundant water supply Isa,",.. thutvnn .lit, SitU dRy" of AuuUMt .'.' K.n l. HO) gunrtor. ......1.0. .I.Houthlirn Tp 7. I.e..It 1 4., .
A. 1 IX !I1S.! J
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less visitor to Lawtey ;Monday.K Lon :Moseloy was a visitor to Law- the funeral of Mrs. Andrea's sister is BiKiiifiuint of the part navigationand :I Wll...-.. ,my ufflrlnl .iwni\tim, > .,,01 itvul thin' tI"tl(.Vvillnir- Aid, To.certiHuHtc hnlt bo r.uIuwnel c tp&2''

ley :Saturday.Carl:; :Mrs. Hence Thomas at Midway electrical power will play in the Ii... I llh ilny of July, 'A. l II. Ml!'). .1".. to Inw. tnx di-rd. wl Innui- I J
> : B. Wells and daughter wen" ti. \v. Al.DKKVIAN 1..u.
on I llth: t ilny of Auirunl. IVia.Vitnr : .
Wednesday visiting Dr. and! Wilkinson, of W. Palm Beach, :Monday. future expansion of tho company. I|I Cli-rk flKiill. limit, Drmlrunt. I'uunly. Fl.. \ I .n my nirit'liil hiunntiirw: und soul) till i '

arrived' Thursday for a visit with his Lottie Surrency spent Thursday The Green Island hydro-electric 1 1'8"1 V.O Ihu) I nth ilny of July. A. U. 1112:1.: .5
ill, '. E. L. Biggs. u. W. Ai.iuiiiRMN.
.\. Harvey of Baldwin spen' parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ CViIki'nson.. and Friday at Five Mile.J. plant erected in 1U21! after the government :NOT1CF: OK ATIM .CATION KOlt TAX DKE1i'M > ,( I li.i-k ('lrr,11 ('..".1 llrmlfonl (',uuuuIy. 1.1. p I

Miss Saruh Grims of Lawtey, was' I. Dubose of Stake IIl.rll1l11iun to the i : 'nsis' 'Htrnov STB OK IIIKf.KNKKAL : >1.\ '.. Hy O. ,\. KNIlilir., 5 I
vIaitar granted | 'h
was a I''pulyck.rk.I
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"K qnd} here with relatives. II ; 'H PA rim :;..! : I
a visitor here Friday. i here Friday. to IIlili/(' the power from "......10. not(ft* i in H-vtn tl.iit \II. E. Knliiht. '
tnd :Mrs. Colon :Miller and chlnnved : 4 I cvmpun.v ,,,,"'rh...,',. uf tft'". AH It. rtlllciitii. mimtr>mlroHprctlvply :'\'IT\ OF .t l'I'I.1TII- .'UI T t I hEEl; : ,
here last week from Zul- Rev. J. A. Conway, of Green Cove. Malcolm\ Harrcll of Bradford, wan lam nt Troy, now houses four uniquely 811 anti 816 liMUirtl by thi tnivirlliN : It IIIK I IS

Springs held services at the Baptist among the visitors here Saturday.Mrs. flcsmned! low-head turbines which I >U>, ,_nf Hritilfnrd I county., Flnrldn. .tniil '" In I.KM-.IIAL h.'ivlw UM! MrAlirirriNitli ,, Unit) I II I. T. rarnoll.i.'iirln .
i and are located in the itiflriHfN liHnit dnUtl' July Jth. 1UJ1. tin Afll I
rings church Saturday and !Sunday, assisted : C. W. Colson and children of are the largest of their type In the :':! .ni'I: t c::irttMentis: : In my, otfirfi nnd I himniHili :: .,|- "I UK i-i'Millt-ali. Ni Ill. ilnli-il thw7th .
need cottage. ,'iiiiutitn| for, Ins ,iloviU tci IHMIIO I In I ilny July.. A. I II. I luiu.' I.HK. llUnl inlil
by Rev. J. L. Strickland.Ben I'll1e11_ were visitors at tho homuof world. They operate as ntTonlnnro,, with Inw.M .,'rtillcnti-, my .'ml'"..v ."tI, linn niii.lf ,-.,uiiI-, .
i II. C. Wimberly Missus Beth "doUbll..cur.1 I ,,ii| ..rlln"nh.. ( .'inltmciii i hnfnltmvfntr dillon fur IIM ,lul l, luau,. In nionrilniKiiwith
P n..pwtI.lv
Williams A. A. Crews and G I. : : ; : : : :
S. V. Andrcu I ,
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Winifred Wimberly and I!. C. Saturday. rent" uenorators: ( IniuU' I In llrniirnnl count. t'liirldiu, tin. SalI ri-itiflcnli i-mhriii-i-t! tin* Cal.ltwluig ,-
II. Barker' were visitors: to RaifordSunday. :Mrs. E. J. Lewis and children spent tf-rnatintf/ and dino ,
',-i-ly, Jr., of Highland motored c.- (,ii I lit tlu. ,,"',i..... rvi..i.ivtiv, .ly. Imroinuftir. futility, Kluriilit to.wlli i .
0 I Friday at Pine Hill. cl'llluu'jlY'| of the 1"wl'rhoU"t', It. **lIM) ) "imitiptilut' .l> tot fnrth.I to-\vil : I.." I .1 7 7 II i.r Hilt |U. '0.n nt Ni-w Rio... ,
'vtey Sunday. t'.l.t hiictt. Nn. 'MI\ I omlirtict\ .. N,,HhwcntQimrlor .."" I-I. II nf Ilk I u town of N.w Itlvor. 'II lit, ,
Mr. and :Mrs.: :M. L. Crews and children .
Several from here last Thursday hurtle, .
Mrs.\ J. W. Barber and chil. spent power nf Northwi-rtt QuarUT A *Hmith llnlfof t itt I latiil I 1",1" BHui-Hiiril nt tilt "ft'. of t h.i" .
Und of n.aii'ord. arrived Monday for afternoon at Hampton tuch. The plnnt area sib t Green Inland is Norihwet ijunrt4 A Nofihtnitt l/tmrlcrof l """,,. .of ,iturli ."rlh'ft' In tun nuina nf
Unknown.I'liliMN
ire spending this week with rel- 4nulliwi. CJunrUtr, H<<., 10. Tn. 7. H. K.II. .
a visit with :Mr. and Mrs.\ W. G. : J. 11. I Rancy spent last Friday anti HIP acres and the manufacturing : .' K.. Ito) liar,.., HMHt-MiitHl Mm. F.. 11 Ih.s. I;' ; milI\ i-.ililtrnti-:I : : Ito :*., >iliiciriKhnu
und friends in Valdosta Ga. I I (Vrtli.rnto; : No. flin mibrnmii; ; Soulh I Miilf I I of to law, Inn ill-'ltl.1 I inn",<> I r ..9
I busi- I Crews., : Saturday in Jackson viIII'. buililiiitf i la 120() by 1100 feet. It I Is: operated Nnrt hi-n-il Qimrlcr./ M..... Hi. 1'n" 7. S. U 22! ". llu. I:Illi ilnv of Aimiinl. l>. 1\23. :
i I. Terry wad transacting ...... ....... \\IIIII M. J. Austin, Maxville; was a Mildred Tompkins: of Gainesville exclusively by electricity even I I':.. Mum ft. "'.1 Mra. I It. n. Io.I ,
III)
n Starke Friday. I I'nlcNH' miiil. citrttllontt.. ulinll b< rftliwint'il, t" I ilny of July. \ l II. I\ 'I.)
1 visitor here :Monday. has been here on a' three weeks visit to th<' lira! intf. .,i'eortfl. to law lit* ilm., >il will IHNUI* tlii'ivfin (I. \.IIJRMAN..
and :Mm.' W. E. Torode! und chil- .. t li-rli, I Irriill finirt Fin.
n l he- i.lih dny of AuMUr. A U lOVl.t.: IrftM..1
i I :Mr. and :Mm. John Padgett: \ andchildren with Ella, Mile nllz<>n. \iimwH my rtfTiuinl' ni.riattirt( nml .,'ul thi iNK\l.l: ly !. KNKilll': I t., J _
moved to their summer cottage of Jacksonville left :Monday !S.' A. ryan of Starke, was in town I'liu'K: rixiNt 1 ; 1h,. lltlt ilay l uf July. A. I 1). 1\l2\ 7-I l-Ut-lt-ln .: I Ih-nnly (flesh. t'Norull.
". lake Monday where thijyipend G.V.. ALDPKMAN.Clerk C 4
ngsley { for their home after a pleasant visit :Monday. Circuit, I ]II li, if| ,, "| (Itmntv pin.SKA Tho '".. riiliniiil, of ui.. '1'"wl of Ktnrlii*. \ 45
the remaining summer vH ( I,} Cn"'n C.: A. uckittuir.7.l8.CtilIO. 11"10'1' will "-'pi nl lit,. riiv, Hall, In thus j
I here with relatives. 'V. Surrency of Graham was it The next congress is to be called upon Doiiuiv,' Cltrk.MITICK I ; olTlei, Mimilav, July 'a. III.' :! n> n .
:
tn Airs. J. A. Starling :Mr. and Mrs.\ business visitor' here :Monday: after to give, some assistance", to the I tuinnl Itt nf, I'ltnnlliH-ni. for tlto, puriifiHO :uui, hoiir 4j 5
II. anil iltr' U illniuny to
: an 't, ,
Flora of Jackson- h:1 I.
> Andrews : :
s C. B. Bennett went to Starke Tuesday noon. farnl<'l'M uf the nation. There are Not to. In tiirfby, alvi-n hilt I thi, ..",t..rol..1h. r'I.n: an .- liy h''r THM. AHai-iiiinr for .
waft the guest last week of :Mr.' ... I"',-.. npt'iiltitKl' ntltiilnlntriitrU of thi. ti'. I: :: ,, of nny' iiniprrfy rial >n.onal r ." ,,
: :
for a visit with relatives. G. B. Cui son and J. J. Morgan were comparatively'/ few who dispute! tho lam'*- ..1'' .1...* 1).truh'ri ilitfiimiil... Intiof Itrml- I tinviar HIJII.1 ftHiiltmt I luau; "p'or ;*

Mrs. G. L. Futch. ;Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Miss Beth attending) to busines sin Starke/ :Monday. fact that farmers nci-d )help but Considerable fonl ritunly. l-loriiln. Mnil .nil en.lltnni. IfiKnUHUI. of '"01, uroiiarly. 'I -
T J. | Li
nine : and Arthur Wiliii .11.11<,,,1.,-* anil hal,. Mt Inw nnil' nil GUI"I"IN. I "n.
Moseley Wimberly, 11. II. Ricks and H. C. .discussion has peen provoked pnrltvs hn\ir" nlnfnm or ili.mnniln. mrnlnntnlil A I i.i'I : (|h"I ,,, "I lloaril I

of Highland w.cre visitors tot Wimberly Jr., motored to GruenCu'e Mrs. I.. Morgan and children, who< ns to this form this assistance .U.mint duly' will nuthnnlicaU-il.1'.1, thnm within ui tha unc uniltrNIVII yvitrfmm > f..A.('I.FU'rCI.. 7flllt.720nurnt :

,-\ Sunday. have been relatives of remedies dntc, or tlin .ft..... will IM, fon-v Imrrul.llntod t ; ,,,
Tuesday.Mrs. / visiting! at Sampson take. I'lenty ;
Dinkins" Mattla\ Springs fdniuM i I thin the I lllh I dny of J tily. A. II.IIIV3. >. II "'UTI( I' OF BAI K fTP >Tll,.1100 Ito si i lt (
>ie>, Eunice anSI \ T. E. Engebretsen and baby returned to their home here last have been propoHi'd.but\ none that ) ( SuIT IIOMIHIl i
returned to Jacksonville Sat- OHTKt.LA CISKOWSKt, .iiby nullop In thnt' tho Ilonrd' of S '
of Stuart left Tuesday for their home Friday.f seems to meet with anything like AdinlnlMtmtrUA f'ubli, Inntrtinllon: r.iPh"; colinly, nf Itrndloid -
1 i. to resume their course at :St.:; /. AIHUNS. I, Stnli- of' I' ..111 "..Iv. nonloillidi
after a month's visit with her parents :Mrs. I'arrish, of Lindi'n, is here on oPIII'ovlll.Thl .
popular for .' of '
Attornity. fur rjiliile.: 7l'lfitH10HI > I it piimhiiriu 4'MHIO' Oil of bond ,
training school, after a two- Mr.\ and Mrs.\ E. Wilkinson.Mrs. a visit> with relatives. new congress is certain to seea --'- '-" ::f I h,. county:: of llrmlrKl.1 141:nit: of Horliln.up i' f 5
1,1 nnd Inrlinlinir Uio Oth tiny of Auifiiiit.A. 6
K.V vacation. : Richard Lee and daughters, L. Morgan was it visitor to Sampson revival of bills for government price 'IH.KT; Foil IIIIAnFOKI> Ol'NfY n. lllL't,:, : Hail:\ I.IIII H urn I In bn duli-il I : July: ( ,JI
'Ii' W. E. Torode'was a visitor to I I, I llil'l.! nnd nrw to I IH* In ili-notnlnntlon, of onoihoiiMund ?
:Missus Ruby und :Mabel of Raiford Thursday. afternoon. lixinjr (tfl grain, with a jfuuranlocil, return I dOUM' onoh, nnd Ui ion IntomotTrom I,

'K. Wednesday. arrived Tuesday for a visit with her Fred! Huzen made a trip over to to the farmer. At 11 rut !glance For lh. H..r.1 l. V..r 1924.I.HTIVIATK Fndlnir:. Hrulitmhrr .10) ilntu nl, thi rnlo' of Hlx tivr oonliini porinnum .
,
"(' trainer, of Lake Butler, lilleil"gular father, J. T. Marr.\ Worthington, last Friday afternoon., this. idea .may look tfood but closer Int nnd;' Jrhlt of tttnliinnunlly rarli your: with on Inl ,';

appointment at the Meth-\ :Mrs.V.. G. ('rew:! and :son were T. C. Hazen and family are spending ( examination reveals many weakneste ;" lsr'F.M'PGso.aIIAr.; : :: : FITS nt uouponi anld filtni-biid bomb, nn.Tho,'pnvnbln tirlncipnl nl Ibo nnd bnnklnifIIOIIMI lnl. ,

,'hurch, South last Sunday. lIe shopping in Starke Saturday. the week on fishing/ expedition. < that would surely prove fatal. Snlnry. of clvrk of Dm otnmlt' court of tin, llnnovor. Nntlnnnl, llnnk of' tho I 1 ... 4
im Hinlitor sail clitrk to aounly com- ally' uml. ut Nuw York.
companied by :Mrs. Cramer.E. J. R. Groover of near Graham was! '[ta- federal tfoveriiment'n, experiencein ml..lni.rH. .. .. ... .__. .1.000.00) Thr Hniolint of honiln otrirrcil. for Halo I I.
D. Boyer filled his: appoint- I'vr ilii-m and mil.....,. nf oomntlMlonra (lotty thoimnnd dollnr, anti two of at,1,1 'liond I
Bll.\lIFOIW) attending to business! here Saturday. grain price using\ during the war .. .. .-.-. IMIOOO nri, duo nnd pnynblv on thus Unit dny of Julyof ,
II the Baptist church Sunday. Livingston I Russ and Orville Ward' would) seem to teach UII that, onceWshinKton I'ny of nluritror) nth-nitiince' on county ,-...h nnd ovory yvnr for thus llrnl cloviinyijirM
i-ornnilrtnlonf.nl ..*_...._-._-. flO.OO bi-wltinlriK' with the your 1112 I l. anti ondIriK (
md l\lr\ >l. S. A. Bryan, of Starke Bradford, July 20.-A. A. Edwards were in Alachuu Saturday.Mrs. \ be fiim buying up the Hnlnm-K of Other 11111.... .ti.l KmAlUirnoy : \ with tli',. your lull I I. *nd I Ihnn-nflKr )thri>. I 'tj.1'
.,... of ,ft1., bnnilo nlinll I bo dui. nnd 'on
njd" to Lnwtey Sunday. of Palmetto! und wife, who have been Lee Crosby anti children who (grain surplim ut a figure nulHilently "I. for county eommliiiloneril 4000Siiinrthior Liu- nrMl dny of July of ni'h nnd pltfthl.floury your S

:Mozelle left for or ri'iiliilrRtli'n, _____.__ 21000 until nil of tail bondM, hnvibtin "IliiU
Browning visiting friends and relatives here have been here on an extended visit high to be profitable, thu (rowing of pniil. I
llullilliiK I ill hi- ., clock 1*. M.
1 lri.>.1 lr |a County uni-otilod up to two o on
,mville Monday where she willi left Thursday for Gainesville where have returned to thi rhome in Gaines Kruin would expand even more' rapidly iiiirlhiiUM. .__ _.'._ __d 100 tin tin- lxh tiny of A uugut. A. l I' l IIIW"'l. All I I bldilirn S
.. .____..___... 100.00 S
weeks with relatives. Pail I ,| I nn impllrod. to ""- with I II. II. Will'irlim
i few
a they will! visit the former's brother ville. than it Mi, and Mrs. J. Vfc Barber and :Mr.'; fourthouiio .__._ lOfl.On ntfiuillon firtlfh-d tiln-rk l"ft,1 < of th bunk
Mrs. R. A. Week Hpent' few days' become neceMsnry, a *
a
I II. C. Edwards det-il it noon niiifht .InI, ..:: :: ::_:::::_ 100.00 in until llrrtdrord I coiinlv, rlorlilil.; : ftir, llvo poP ;
Mrs A. M. Blanchard were in at- :Mrs. Hose Parrinh and son, George, of last week in Starke having dental to bttfin dumping/ !grain Into the Atlantic Eapo'ns.s; | of maniC llullillncmliinlnir of tho Mmount of tlu-lr bid. nlil CharS S
.. ntumdniiui. ...... 400.00) .
and olhor to bo mndo luiyiibln Ui It. II. Wlirnlnnc.
lance at the road celebration in Jr., of Linden were the quests of ;\IillsI'lIrrish'II work done. Ocean in order to clear warehouses l.lHht furl and w.u-r __..n__._ 4no.mi' i-i-tnry of bonril of publla Instruction for I Ihocounty ,,

'ity last week. brother C. ;M. Andreu the \ for oncoming crops.i'.ut lii.iiriliic, .....- .._____..._. 1IIU.OO) of llriulford.' Stale., of Florldn, Airunrnntro a.
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f sri of (fount PourS of I eoniplluni-o with Iho t p
I"H junior B. Y. P. U. gave a party ust week. ZIFF there in nn even greater weak- Allownnui. nm.le to p.,il|'.m ollUliM ofpKr .til.uii' li.H. nml rlli bo .', l.lrn..l n* Iliiuldntrd t
l> hntiM .._.. .-.____._.__1.800.00 ,ilnmnilr .h,1 vviint tha ,.
he home of Mr. and :Mrs. A. II. Fred HazL-n of BrooKer, passed ni-"M. If taxpayers are to be levied ('..rnrr'. IniiuvnUIVrm of Ktinh, blfl. mid I tho fat' Ion. on I MOC.lftlr.. piirt lr .

; 'ey Thursday evening from 8 to through here Friday. Ziff, July 20th.-:Mr. and :Mrs.' J. upon for It subsidy fur grain growers ln nlly of ..If ImiulrlMI,. ''. Jiiran unit ...Itn_. 200.011) tin:, \' ,: to* comoly slush, np with,>clfy I thir the ti
(o'clock.' During the evening Rev. Proctor, of Lake Butler and r". Lewis and son was -visiting: their then why not for: potato ffrowers, or I'-fH-n: :of olftrrnu: find nommltUic --.. 100.00Ht 1\'ltlrI..t". a n.1 tin. tlnio when Iho bldilnr, ,
....... anti I'rlnUnfl ill with hi. bid.
.r" 'S ""Ily
ne* were enjoyed. Refreshmentstea I Rev. Norris; have been conducing a daughter Mrs. Ethel Kennlson) of for bricklayers or for department, flxneinl l.uoi.-ry. blnnrii. rte------- silt") 1"l The unld tionril of public innlruetlon rcnri S 5

and wafers were served. revival meeting at Bradford Baptist Midway Saturday and Sunday. st.inclerks ?' The name argument l Ailiortlnlra
church. :Mr.: and :Mrs.' L. t). "Dyal and family wtnild hold good in all eases Farmer for liv rounly ._.___ ._ HOO.OO \ : < 1IL1'illiI.1.t : j S
f'nmmliiilnnii paid to Officers\ I.i..u.1 M VVICiCIN.S.HirrMliry. .
". :Malcolm Harrell was in Brooker ;Mr and :Mrs.' II. L. Thomas and family -, number but ,uni'-third the |1opuhitit.n MtumnoT ..__"._______.__.___2.20000 I 7- -Ht-H-.1 S 5
and this '|1... uulIctor ..n_._. .....1.0.110') ___.. ... __ I:
!Saturday.= Aury Starling Ruby Dyalwere of the eountrnnd( time Hhorltr. .n..1 l court work. ._.__n'"- 500.00) KIIKIIIH--H MVIKNolle 'p
the fact that the river is vlxft.ors to the State Farm Saturday prlce'fixiri' Idea taken hold 1 of the ('Ip rk rlreult cfiurt. r.oIl"l.nll Bonrnl NfTlrl. I 'wlvon' tlml ,linilur ond bylrluir
m Despite Court work. .._... .--- t80.nO< I II \ I of that o."ftl.. ixi.tfiiilf u.n UnuHd u".r'h. I
QueerFeelings full bathing w! being enjoyed by our night. other two-third there if no telling I .KxiM.ii: I
_Mr.__.. and_ :Mrs. S. L. Prescott and _.. I M cirtln miino. wlivn-ln Adam. llrlnaon I* 0
community.Mrs., u I noil 1 J. J. "ft..hMI I i. dt-funilnnt I 11 ,
:M. D. Harrell and son, :M. D. children \ ere guests of Mr. and Mm.'' r.I.r "n.j, iipon .. || to tho hlirhmt S

W. M.\ Uarrell :Mrs. :M. A. Starling of Cooler Pond followinit ,l. criUd 1 lands" will h. olil lit itublU iwllnn I t blild-r, for rail In front of tho courthoiuif 1\
Mrs. ,, that .
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Jr., are visiting and Sunday. M V-IHST.:; hrrrhr,,nlv.n In 'r.t\'r\ 11123.\ : it b*: / tI., -ll)i 'lay ,.' suhl! month l.f.,,* thorlls door MondMy I In 1'.k., ". llrndford n. ID20. county tlm nmo, Florldn. boiltir -
this week. Saturday In ('"un 'v. fltft' of. I"I"rlo'' o. .0 : ..., ,. limnlhoura
li-vnl sat anti iM-twoon
at n duy. thi
Ei Irregular"Some,"time write ago': Mrs.I was Cora very Roswell Ward and sisters, Minuet! ;Misses Rhoda and Alva Thomas ; :: '::; : = to un4's.,r.?;:? due CU, I.... sot ,upytt'slte C.J A.lb.FUTC'It.usmi'. s j! s: .h. .tnllylnir. of ...1.saul. tho bflntf t"II..II"In Irftlf iliniarihrd, county.Horliln. ronl. I C j,' Ii

10 Stella :Maiand Florence attended er-" Ethel Dyal and Aury Starling Mes. 4
Kobie of Pikeville\ "I T... ..It' -
1 Ky. l anti Pelothia Starlingwere .,. Mouth halt' uf Hnithwi- Qu,rti I Thursday eve- srs. Bill I lImos> 0..r A ( 0. t S
/ luffered a great deal, and knewII vices at Bradford lost O..rtptlon JI... T. II. 0. .. i-ii-it tjiiorlor of Nn.h..t t"I"r" : nlno it S.ini
I for this visitors to Brooker Sunday L'-T'- 'sub ..t lutid' tho rout
must do something ninR' Lnt I "r 'I k4 t.t w.lr ""
.lolius JhtI.r _... 2.13ale : '
------------5 II U --- -- end of Houth lislE of Houthiouit tjunrlor ofHoulhwil ii
condition., I suffered mostly Russ and Oswell! Ward evening.Mr. .try .t NF"r Nktti 4LIairu t9 Csnuva ( of Northt-aot all
Junrt-ir Q" "
Livingston 8HI. "
T.n4nios sl'l' --- ----- : : ::::::
--
-- : n ; _
weakness .
with back and a ; ; ; ('nIl ------- 1'i'lnif In Hiwtlon ( S
my 42A, Townnhlp
[Itrailford Tuesday \( anti :Mrs. C. S. Kelley are receiving lt Itilu I N I.. 'r. a C..t's sub ilv..2S Twontynilic )
at ..... 611.53
my limbs. I would have dreadful ) attended seivues It. J filM 7 o.ht to..n .. ._.____..28 8 2:1: J I' c'o""a -- ---- Hv. (46') South llniro Twonty-two ttil Esat: f
II headaches. I had hot flashes night. congratulations upon the arrival IIn.. Itt lOll tt so In SW Cor 01"I W. J. BtPt.liaoN.flhorllT '

very queer feelings, and oh. Prof. and :Mrs. Brinkley Hayes and of a fine son born on the 16th. .,% 1$'I 5. 'Tjf: d.1 sob._._dlv--.::::::::-: : 22 22 H w'M Tviv.ri'mll.rUOn: ; -Eat: -.:.:::::::::: I 11'": A. H. CltKWH.Attornvy Hrmlford C.unIJ. rlorhl 5 J s.

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how head hurt I I read of 2J LUCY English --- for Plnlntirf.. 7-6-lt-H-J
my Eloise of Gainesville, spent Rev.( J. Kelley Attended Church at I..", J Ilk 45 I. 'r h Co' sub dlv.28 8 {
daughter, ... _.
Lot. 2 1* 51k 13I. -
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"iomnt. F."munlh
former's Pleasant Grove Saturday and Sun Tt. : 23 -- -
the week-end with the parents I. Co's atiul -----------------2 8 Ei14'rt 0....." .. ...... 431Lot. "OTICI or FINAL I.IHCIAKGI I
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G. Hayes Sr. '...... '1 4 ,IS 0 or HUh r. RItoln,, .ld2R II 2A I' Lu hicks, ._.________._ ..81 ,. I h..hv moon 'to .h..1 mnyftrjnetrn
:Mr.' and Mrs.\ N. day.M. .1 7 5 "t !Ilk C Rltoln, ,,'. ....1 ._..25 8 2J that. on th. 8th dny .i Amriitt A. I I'. h ,
.CADUI I Misses\ Lucile Harrell aol, :Mary (. P. Matheney' and son of Brook 1.,1 I of' 5415 4' r. T I Co' sub R.m".cI Jachtiatn .. '.Rl IU2I. I ahull apply to tho Xonornlilo, 1C A.
.Iv, _... ._ _--__ j ---2* II 2:1: -- -- (iraan, county jtulic judifw, uf p"hat. for S
demons left Sunday for Alachua to er was in our burg Friday.Mr. 1." : of Silk I 32 0.' '1' k Co's ttbI. 2:1 1.ln.: Jackson ._._m_.__ 5110 my final .1..h..".. an.admlniatratrlx (>f' tha a
while with friends> and rela- ( and, ;Mm. George Larramoore ,I., --_-.-- --- -----.--28 8 : "'nt. of 1. Bahlolah. dt-ci-ruiod ; .nl th.t :
spend. a On '.It 52'. tt F. W by tM ttSA" at the .. Urns I will, prvoont ray SinaI ao- g
and (children of St. Petersburg were lwund.I E by J 0' Rhnuh'n.I count a* ....minlt.t'l. of Nalil ... anti
tive.
His Women's Tonc! Alvin Raborn, of Jacksonville\ the guests at the home of J. B. Thomas :; by Mr.- -. .Alvarri-- --- --'..S u S-.-by--Hoyttr.t ---n 11 u C fl Ma.ko -___.......... 7.111 ask UatufJ for tholr Juno t, 2523.'I'. j V'4'

this Lou 32 83 U in _..____ .. 7,47wu MRS. MAl PRYAM.
visiting relatives in our section > Monday.Mr. "" 7n"m.0I I _--. I.-_ a.---U 4 22 C U Marks --- --- Ailmini.lralrlx.MAHTEKH .
;::i and of others who seemed to : '. Bill hedge and family of New nr ,...t. I 2 4 all Lots It 4of 8-1.11-1.2 .
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have the same troubles I had week.Walter 141k' 17 h W4' or I..... I 2 is ',,
to Raborn of Gainesville wan River was visiting relatives here N I Lot 4 Silk 15 In t. I & Co's D P P"lIum _______._..___ 21,51L.'tu HAI.K S
r being benefited, so I began .'ii, dlv ------------------2$ 8 u. llvroby .'.. I. rnvcn that .tind, anil by
l use if. found it most bene- in our community Sunday. Sunday. :2 & 4 tf Blk 36 L I Co'sub vlrtuo <*f' that certain Hnal ,ilHir o o for..loa.ur I,'
I hcial. I took several bottles Harrell and wife were visl- Mr.( and Mr.. H. E. Thomas :Misses / tile ._- .-._- _----2' I 22 H a Pi"ror,1, __.o.------- 11.711 >, madi I,* and ontorml 1 on July: IU2.I: byMonnrahln ',
W. H. f'nurtuf
A V l. judvo if flroiilt'
>nr.
. and was made so much Worthington Sunday. Lois and Toledo Gainey of Brooker 5..,,j/ _of 11e. .1 _.t._::_ &Co'S--- _pub--2 C U John "alen ____ 11.1'Li llraiironl county. .'1.,1.11. In that curtaIns S
better tors to -- .. whomift. W. t:. Sought U oomplnlnant. I
I didn't have anymore the of friends here : of fitS 5. A Co's pub _.. ....... I "
trouble, cf this kind. It regulated :Mrs. L. L. Cook was numbered on wail guest ; ,, -_.l.l. -..I.- -2I II fa H C Richard lUTI and, II. N. ", .".wn. f. C. ll.vlll and. HallloHfvlll

week. Friday. nit I is l DIII 1. T a Co'saib lI..all. __ ._.___..... SMSmm ar* ''''ftn' tho iiniUmlnnod wilt .
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me. the sick lint last dtvJoI'it.o 1.. -_- -2I 8 23 F 5 ofTi-r for ala and. .I to cash, tn tho hluhrotand .
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Cardul found i lIarrell left last The annual meeting of the Primitive -- bout lildi front' uf th*
has been very :Mrs.\ J. Q. Wi4 r .uu"hou.
i :Mr. and : : : .
helpful t the correction of many Baptist Annotation will be held ,.( :b ..E.c"JOt & von 204ft dfior In Htarko. "'ftlt.ro county, rloriila.. nnMondiiy. .
week for Raiford. ef thonra S 241'f tho 6th "" A. l> 1023.
to point -I "Mal S
a
(V cases of painful female' disorders and ft durtno thrl ,Iviral 1 hour of *al*. th* purpmoof
Sundayat at Rock church today Saturday W I.tSt tto :'l 346 tto F. toe t.
:? such as Mrs. Robie ,!) :Miss :Marie Raborn spent ,10 lV .. --- .-. .--_21 8 22 Gonous TOWN .-.---- atlfylnir( ald Hnal door... the followlndmwrlhod < '

c3i meiit'ans: above. If you sutler 1k' Worthington. Sunday. Everybody invited to attend. I.t'ti 4 01: 101k 54_1, 5 --- sub 28 II 22 AI... M..rl.tc ._._..._.__.. 10..1 tfwlttScnilh roat .otat In Bradford. county vlorlila. S
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as she. did, 'ake Cardul-a Sir. and Mrs. C. :M. Andreu were :2 A Ii \Iii- 7o/F.- '" -,-,1'-' -KE'- -,- hound.d.----E-.-.-" /f,1 of Lot Twolv of Hortlnn Axvon. -

purely vcRetitile( : medicinal the first of this EXPANSION! ( OF FOKO BUSINESS! ..,..... t4t. S "y .tVot. W 0two.tm.w.ir5 ,. In Townahip. 'Soup" South. Ran** TwonlyICiut.
ionic:, in usa for more thin 40years. In :Midway during utrout by Ga.. ... .39 ira< *. foot at and w ot by 210 f.04nurh
Wm. Monil.n! ,,, Simmons
kin. sulti :_ ._ ._ n 11 22 -- and u'h. old to Annla In INttthwt
I It should help week.T -----
you. ri 5W ,1 cornor of laid lot
., NW Car ot .
who have Detroit. Mich., June 16R4quirf-( I A 0ii
8. CREWS.
A.
Sold Everywhere. B. Edwards and family WM ran. E 44 ft. II 42)4fIW45' ) Wm. M"nuVnO ____._____ ts."* Special) In Cnancory. S
I E tit friends and relatives In I merits of the Ford Motor[ Company for "slSfttOb.f.I 8 2<< .t S
be-a vUIUair: Lots 1 1 H 14 b.. K iiu ft t % > ..t ....... 3.20 KNICIIT.
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will
; Increased manufacture bring a -- o'o, for Complainant.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY
i VAGE EIGHT 20( 1923 I

j I It could sit comfortably, cooled by LOCAL MILITARY CAMPANY EARLY :III -1'1"110..1 _
J! fr ACTIVITIES OK CO. (i" one COMPLETION OF lAJtD -1
a t electric fans, and see all the proceedings PREPARING FOR ENCAMPMENT ROAD OSSUREP
w'I f I At the end of each '
: (\ t, / ; New Efforts :Made to Increase :Memberxhip. exhibition"close Captain up. Peek mounted the (Continued from Page 1)) (Continued from Page 1))

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if .t; I stage and after a few explanatorywords Is'healthful and the strict discipline ,..
of
use the public. Alachua county hasher !J : "
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!! I I IU The annual encampment of state thanked the audience Warm for their and routine: .! ,of camp life bepeflcial tonearly part of the road completed and ''J .
applause
interest.
p To t I r troops at Black Point is soon at hand manifest beholders every member of the guard Duval county has provided for her
of the
V, : and Captain J. L. Peek of Co. "G" 154 expressed the thanks attending. Being easily accessible part in a large bond issue recently'

,, \ j I 1 I infantry till :Stat I'I ko company, is I for being enabled to better understand that the citizen-soldiers are visitors in the voted. While in Tallahassee Mr. Mat .

1' I exerting himself to have the full a phase of state activity city occasionally, and there are always thews talked with Colonel Coe, coun- .

tr,, it I membership of men for his company ''with'many of them had hitherto viewed thousand of visitors from the ty engineer for DuVal, and was told '

J 1 at that time. Elsewhere in toduy' indifference and the fact thutStnrko's city to the camp. that the road from Baldwin to Max NoticeI

,I I Telegraph many reasons are given own company is an important "Florida's National Guardsmen are rifle would be completed within ,
t. unitJn this splendid organization elgh-I'
eligible men should join members of the
I I why young best families in the teen months. The contract
; For information of those contemplating could not help but awaken the prideof state and the distribution
i J of units is the local trustees and the State Department -
.
; enlistment, as well as for the our citizens and fill many a young general, making the encampment a makes it certain that the wish to express my appreciation
Captain Peek hit man with a resolve of becoming a of the fine efforts of our board
I public generally, place for meeting of the varied sec- Bradford county suction will be built county
upon the novel idea of having, an exposition member of Co. "G. tions and bringing about friendships with all possible haste. of Dond Trustees and our Senator

I of the articles worn or used Our young men are patriotic and that,are desirable and useful in the Not all of our citizens realize the and Representative in the State

; by the enlisted men. The* large show many of them have probably wishedto building up'of the state. Young men importance of the road across the Legislature, which have just culmi-

; el windows of the store recently occupied do do something for their countryand who have enlisted in the guard are county as a part of a great state and nated in the assurance that we are

I ? by C. J.... Hodges were just the state, but could not see how it understood to be doing something for national system of roads. As a mitt soon to have a first-class hard-surfac-

j thinift; for the purpose. There are exhibited could be done, as they were without the public good and their work is gen- ter of fact it constitutes a part of the oed road connecting us with the great

the tents! clothing, bedding, means and influence. But the thing erally appreciated."The great coastal route from Washington, highway systems of the State and i
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1 utensils and tools used, also arms and in easily solved. Enlist in Co. "G, necessity for the maintenance D. C., via air of the important sea- Nation,
ammunition. The include two and no one will deny that you then
arms
board cities Jacksonville and
of this organization is admitted by all to on to
automatic rifles which are confer a great boon to your country, -
,
Browning
I i i intelligent citizenif'and there are few Tampa and South Florida. When i It

1 j real)} portable machine guns, whicl state and community. who do not feel a particular interest is completed it will probably be the I G. M. Inman
squirt a withering fire that nothing '
i in. the young men who the most traveled road in Florida with
- J r Ij t can withstand. Of articles used by HAMPTON: I guard. As attendance; compose at camp 1 Is the exception of the road down the REPRESENTATIVE OF THE E. A.

I i the company as a body are signal compulsory there is no' longer cast coast. It means that Bradford STROUT FARM AGENCY,
flaws" electric signal lamp, field telephone Hampton, July 20.::" Miss Audrey need to appeal to employers to any county is on the map with both feet
ll release -
n I t telescopes, etc., which all Johns, of Starke, is spending this men for this/ tour of dutybutthe and, that our development within the STARKE, FLA.
show that the company is well equip- week with her cousin, Miss Erma
j' 1/1 Johns. leave.of absence can be granted next decade will eclipse the develop-

ped.The with a smile and good wishes and ment of all of oUT past history. .
,
windows attracted big crowds, Rev. Jones, of Lake City, filled his
this should be the custom-and wher- Our great pecan industry, already
1'' I Monday and explanations of the different appointment at the Baptist church
beyond the experimental stage,
t ever it is possible the salariea. shouldgo years 4sea
1 articles when asked for, weregiven Sunday .
1
our general farming, our strawberry
; II on an' usual. The gufirdsmen are
, I j ''I by Sergeant Lacy Edwards, Mrs. L. J. Wynn attended the pa- pledged to stand between the citizen industry truck growing, and the .
4 I I who had been stationed there. triotic tea at the home of Mrs. F. A. wonderful possibilities offered here
and the lawless in em rgency-they I
But the most interesting was yet Scott, under the auspices of thj W.
I i deserve good treatment. for dairying will all come in for a ._ I '
to come. Captain Peek had a few day C T. U. Saturday evening and reports share of and the net .
4 Following Is the personnel of Com- recognition, result -
+ before extended invitations to all to a pleasant time. She states the
i will be of
I 1" pany "G" as of July 17th: an era/ developmentthat .
'I : 4 come to the Gaiety Theatre Monday program rendered was fine. Captain Julian L. Peek. will astonish even the most optimistic A

,J night to view, free, moving pictures Miss Lucile Johns was a viitor here of our citizens. r
1st. Lt. Orville G. Griffis.
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of the different military companiesof this week. -
2nd. Lt. Frank C. Stern
of the state, taken while training at Rev. R. E. Burke, of Waldo, was :MRS. BROWNLEE GIVES PORCH frequently' produce. a renmraanieefiecl I"" uLi t"4rl1r'i'4er.
y i Black Point last year. The first ex- here Sunday. 1st Sgt. William R. Crosby. PARTY upon the tide along neighborIng germ general. "In the larger part of

hibition was given at 7:30: p. m., early Miss Ruby F:yal, of Tampa, is the Supply Sgt; Ellery M._ Davis. coasts the country the only data available

t{ enough to allow visiting, farmers to guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. A. Durden, Mess Sgt. Lacy R. Edwards. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee entertained When tempest Is approaching or are baaed on newspaper report Nor-
punning/! out on the ocean, the tidesare over the disease Is rather
Company Clerk:, Corporal RawsonJ. easy to
see it, and the second at 9 o'clock. this -week.
s i 'A Davis. Wednesday afternoon at Kingsley; noticeably higher than usual, as If confuse with some other disease, and
Both exhibitions were to crowded (0'. M. Johnson and family, A. A lake to Mrs. A. V the
I complimentary water had been driven In a vast Its prevalence Is, therefore, likely to
t houses Futch and family J. H. Saxon and Sergeants: Joseph Z. Anders, Lon Long of Palatka, and Mrs. Iva Lewisof wave before. the /storm.! The Influence be unduly magnified. *

1 The pictures showed reviews of all! family, J. Allen and family motored nie B. Lybrand, Levy Alvarez, Jos. Bartow. extends, s great distance from the cyclonic "Thus In an Investigation mad by

r, fi i t (' the units of the,,15lth regiment, then to Theressa Sunday evening.J. A. Conway, Barney E. McRae, Theo The party were entertained on the storm center, so, that the possibility Dr. H. F. Smith of the public health

P i r the units of auxiliary bodies, such as! C. Lee and family who have dore Edwards. porch. of the Weeks cottage, ',which ( exists of foretelling\ tire approach service, of the 1918-10 epidemic 2J

the Howitzer company, the machine been the guests of friends and rla- Corporals: James Geiger, Benja- faces the placid waters of the lake of a dangerous hurricane by per cent of the supposed cases had to

a gun company, motorcycle company, tives here for several. weeks, left on min J. Starling, Russell McRae, Per and is surrounded by splendid oak, meaDS,of Indications furnished, by the be excluded as being really cerebra
j tide situated far from
hospital etc. Drilling marching for Suniica.M. Kite Roy Griffis. gauges away the spinal meningitis cerebral syphlllli,
corps, Monday ry bay and magnolia trees. The hostess
'i place then occupied by the whirling brain abscess tuberculosis :
target practice, sports, Governor L. Watterson Is having his wa- Privates 1st Class: Kelly Ashbrook served tempting 'sandwiches, home- winds. poliomyelitis, hysteria meningitaepilepsy or

A I y V Hardee and his staff, General Lovell ter tank put in first class shape by Lacy R. Edwards Jr., Albert Leach, made cake and iced tea. The fact that the tidal wave out acute alcoholism
4 and his finance department "paying Contractors L. B. Bryant and Ray Ellis W. Thornton, Ras Brinson, Berry -
i 1 Besides the honor guests, those en- strips the advancing storm shows how "The disease appears to be only
t F off" and, not the least interesting the mond. S. Johns Diamond J. Duke, JamesM.
joying MraM Drwolee's" hospitalitywere extremely sensitive/! the surface of the difficultly communicable. Not a fllngla
+ ,; target pit, where a crowd of young George F. Young was the guest of Edwards, Bert W. Johns, GeorgeW. : Mrs. J. Y.I Kiich, Mm. J. F. sea Is to 'the changes of pressure secondary case Ii la known to have occurred !-

r soldiers were working as for life signaling friends here last Monday. McArthur. Kickliter, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Miss brought to bear upon It by the never- In the Immediate tam lies of

f the scores during target prac- R. L. Birt and family were guestsof Privates John C. Brantley, Leo Amelia Ray, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, resting atmosphere. I the patients reported In 1918-10 although

'Ii: { ; i 1 tice. his father, W. P.. Birt, of Louise, Cooper, Theodore Crews, Eugene Edwards Mrs. Clyde Alvarez, of Jacksonville, some- 000 persons were ex

ji This was the annual military en- recently. I Guy C..Edwards ,Edward F. Mrs. S. T. Dell, Mrs. Jim Dell and To Keep Ratio of Warship. 1 posed '1

campment brought home and Mewed Prof. Duval who Is attending the Hewlett, Robert C. Johns, Travis': Mra. Dale, of Gainesville, Mrs. 'S. E. The captain's cabin of II. M. S. Impregnable "The.fatttllty la rather high. Of the
at a close range. Visitors to the University at //Gainesville spent they King, John C. McNeill, Donnis 'J. Brownlee. 'one of the last of the old 150 cases /studied! by Smith death resulted -

F encampment can see some of the features week-end with friends here. Mann, Jesse E. Newsom, Frank E. wooden warships has, by a happy decision In 40, or 29 per cent.

from a distance! and all of them Nelse Dowling of Jacksonville wasa Rowe, Owen Sweat, Thomas A. Turner not been broken up. Instead "It Is Interesting though perhaps
LAND YET TO BE EXPLOREDBrazil It has been erected, In the basement of not significant that the peak of the
1 if they stay the entire time. Here business visitor here this week. LeRoy Brown, MUlard A. Cooper 1 outbreak
a Westminster store and' was opened, of 1918-19. was reached la
r tYtL. I Mrs J. P. Sullivan had as her guest Robert E. Demorest Rogert Gqin, '
P11 Ha More Wholly Unknown a* a wireless demonstration room by New York City In January.. In Virginia
1 Saturday her grandson Guy Sullivan Henry E. Griffis, Carl Milliard, Enoch : i Louisiana,
c "mmWlIlWllllll mr.un Territory Than Hal the Entire Admiral Sir K. Freemnntle. The cabin In February, and In
v of Theresaa.; Kelly, Thomas T. Lee, Arthur McRae, African Continent. complete In every detail, Is fitted with Texas and Illinois In March. In (California -

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson haveas Joseph C. Mott, James D. -Phillips the original brass lamps, both oil and the largest number of cases

11.. : a--- their guests this week, Mrs. Wat- Green L. Sapp John Torruella, JamesL. Just as the most remarkable development candle. Outside one of the portholesIs reported In any one month was In

fir terson's nephew, L. B. Bryant, and Wester, Raymond Brown, Louis of the Nineteenth century took 1 1 a movlrtg picture. of what would he April. Whether this progress was related -

Billy Raymond, both of Fort Myers. Crews, Albert A. Dyal, John Hall place In North America, so the most seen If the shirt was anchored oft to the season of the year', or wn
Gibraltar at night. This merely a result of the spread of the
moves
r. I Ernest Jenkins Warren Kelly David wonderful developments of the Twentieth up
,
D. W. Moore and family, and Mr.' and down la
and disease not Comparison
known
represents the roll of
Allen of Theressa, attended church Luke, James W. McRae, Truby New- century are destined to take place the the with the throw
: 25 cent In Latin America, Samuel O. luiiau ship, while at same time the present spread may
here Sunday. mans, Sanford E. Bitch, Martin W. write In Current History Here la wlh of an artificial wave Is heard. some light on the subject.
Misses Pearl and Struth, Calvin L. Triest, Thomas E;. The .
Corine
Clayton room for the overcrowded populations Impregnable was built and "The disease' Is slow In development

Wheeler, who are attending school in Williams. of the world ; here Is power to produce launched, at Pembroke In 18(10( and, and long/In duration. The period

Gainesville were visitors here Sunday the food and raw products fur about 1800 she served under Admiral of convalescence Is variable; In some

I Want Ad LINER LEVIATHIAN ENDS the world ; here Is ,a great market fYeemantle at Plymouth.-London cases recovery 'ft completed within two
TRANS-ATLANTIC TRIP AVERAGES place for the manufactured goods of Times. weeks! after the subsidence of the acute

I LAKE BUTLER 23.65 KNOTS the world and finally In these countries symptoms but In others It I is prolonged .*
I
t Is found one of the most remark Wiped Out the Gopher.. I and leaves Its record on the

able circles of Intellectual leaders In A* a prize: for the township killing'' mind on certain muscles and on the
will sell a Lake Butler, July 20.-Mrs. James Southhampton, July 10.:-The American all civilization. the largest" number of gophers, Linden nerves of the cranium.. The mental

Preckett of Auburn, Ga., is visiting liner Levithan completed her Beginning at the Rio Grande and township won purebred Holstein bull troubles, however usually pans otC

I her parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. J., Frank- first trans-Atlantic voyage as a' passenger stretching on down through Mexico, liven-by Cavalier county (North Da- eventually."The .

Bennett ,, ship under the American flag over Central America, beyond Panama, knta) In Its 1022 gopher campaign, according appearance of encephalitis In
Horse Mrs. Josie B. Herndon, who has through Colombia and Venezuela, the to reports to the United State I epidemic form halO, except for one epidemic
$$200 when she arrived here at 10 o'clock '
been attending school at Medison,' Is Andean countries, Brazil, Chile, down Department Agriculture.. The gophers reported from Austria, always
) visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, tonight. Her speed averaged 23.65 through the abounding plains of Argentina > were well cleaned up saving the1county I been followed by an epidemic of Influ
J. Frank Bennett. knbta an hour. The mayor of Southampton to the Straits! of Magellan Is the 410.0tx> bushels of grain on, enza. Forty-six per cent of the rose

Miss Amelia Harper reurned home' boarded her and was receivedby largest expanse of undeveloped fertile a conservative estimate, and, every studied by Doctor Smith had hud Influenza
or a Albert D. Lasker former chairmanof land In.he whole world.* There Is farmer In Linden township has the and 54 per cent had not. TIle
Monday after a month's visit with the'United States shiping board. more undiscovered territory In Brazil privilege of breeding to the hull for a Influenza attack rate has been ascribed

her brother, Ellsworth C. Harper, and' The big liner brought 8,000 passen than there la In the whole continentof email fee charged to help defray the to the lowering/ thevltallty of the

family at Sanford. A part of the and crew, safe, sound and happy Africa. One state In that mighty expense of keeping him. The prize patients by the Influenza, but lies flli
time was spent at Daytona Beach.F. gers of republic equals the 'area of Great promises to be of much benefit to the been explained as being really due to
the waters Southampton
$$1000 Car S. Osteen,. of Orlando, was in Into harbor and quiet dropped anchor* few Britain, France Germany, Austria and dairy Industry or* the township. another attack of Influenza which has
N a
j of
e 14 Lake Butler Monday. Mr. Osteen was Switzerland. If Argentina were ait. Invaded the central nervous /system
a J pr. formerly' manager of Hotel Edgar of hundred yards from where the pilgrim densely populated as Is the state of Require Much Grass Seed.It j the body. Whether or not there l III un?

t this place. boats set forth from three New York-and U Is far more capableof la estimated that golf clubs will connection between the two dlaeawe

or a K Mrs.' A. C. Strickland who has been tunes ago. caring!: for a dense populationItwould use 2OIH,00)) pound of grass seed this has not yet been established."

The voyage wa a complete suc- have 22 ,OOOOOO Instead. of Its year for seeding the 2.BCH/ link In use
critically ill at St. Vincent hospital,
Jacksonville has recivered sufficiently cess in every way, both to the passen- present population of 0,000,00) Venezuela and for pluming the approximately Childhood Lovers, .73
Ia not considered one of the 2IH new courses. The old
courses,
to return to her home. Her husband gers and who"officials of the shipping largest republic, but It has three comprising some" 2OO.OOO acres use an and 72 Meet, Wed
their to
11TA board
expressed delight
$sioooo'JH Judge A. C. Strickland accompanied ; times more territory than Japan, while average of -ItH pounds", a year, while sev
who boarded her. Sheridan, Ore.-deorg Marvel..
her. newspapermen Japan has a population equal to that the new require 3,000) pounds for the .
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. McGill and little Throughout the trip the giant ship of all South America. Argument first sowing. Most of the seed, used nty-three, and Mrs. Nancy Shlpl a.'

daughters, Marjorie\ and Sue have was as steady as a rock, the report might have been made In the old day or"1 fairways I Is blue grass and red seventy-two were married herethe of nearly

returned home after a visit with relatives ers were told by Mr. Lasker, who of against the dense population of some top.hlle on the velvety. patting culmination of a when romance they sari
all aboard, appeared to be the most of these lands because they are trop grounds the bent variety finds favor. sixty years ago,
Farm in Pelham Ga. old home"In
: chlld-nweethearts/! In their
pleased with the Leviathan's perfor- ical, but modern science hal overcomethe It la said that the outlay of golfers
Mr.' and Mrs. T. C. Chastain. and 1111 not*.
dlflleuHles of the tropic for men. for grass seed Is about $1.11tJOOOO> a
little son, Carlton spent last week- mance. The Island of Santo Domingo 1* laid year. Their youthful romance tfecam
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1 end in Jacksonville with friends.T. Up until midnight two hours after ; to be more capable of sustaining a blighted and each married a chum of

': .p M. Riherd 'assistant cashier of her arival no British law officers I dense population than any other 1mIlarsized USUALLY FOLLOWS". FLU the other They loot track of "ca

the Farmers & Dealers Bank, is on had boarded the ,big ship to serve territory In the world. Now other after "that and finally came MV

Y TtLiIz his vacation with relatives in South summonses upon supposed deserters that the United State Is severely restricting arately to Oregon. Eight yeah ap at

'lorfda. from British ships who were reportedto Immigration; the overcrowded Marvel lot his wife by death sad "
/ Surgeon General Cummings Tells abont the same time Mrs. Shipley *
of Eu-
of the Orient and
E. M. Adkins, of Gainesville, spent be among the crew. Mr. Lasker populations husband ma-
died. a
z the week-end here with his parents, 'said that if there 'were any English rope will very rapidly'turn to the About Sleeping Sickness.Washington. friend Marvel recently Through learned that
What is treat fertile fields and friendly climates -
more economical Mr. and Mrs H. S. Adkins. .. deserters aboard he knew nothing of these Latin-American coun- Mrs. Shipley lived here. From his

J. W. Priester spent Sunday in Jes- about )t.Miss trte! .-While report of home In eastern Oregon he wrote her-
and cases of "sl eplne ilckne "
profit ** are reach.
his Correspondence ensued between them
Ga. with parents.
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up
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from
Carl Brown, spent the week-end at Bertha Moore Sundayat The couple have 40 grandchlldr"1and
spent
able than want GIVE WARNING OF STORMS various parts of the country, Sur- m&II1
a seven great-grandcbildren.!
Mililer with his parents. the home of her parents Mr. and seen General Hugh S. Gumming Mid of whem attended the 'wedding.Seaaon .
P Mrs.,J. It. Marshburn has returned Mrs. L. V. Moore. that the wrvlce' had
ad in this ? Tide. Said to Show When Unusual At- no ttlatlc .
I paper visit with her Dr. ufflclently reliable --- ---- -
home after a ion. meepherla Disturbance May B* to warrant a statement
What have E. R. Marshburn, of Crestview. O. Jr., of Worthington, spent the Look.d For. 1 a. to the extent of the disease s-,. _

J you Rev. W. G. Doyle delivered a v.ry week-end here with her mother, Mr*. throughout the United State. for Rejoicing.

sell? interesting sermon at Guilford Sunday C. A. Roberts. It has been *shown In the opinion "Encephalic letb........ or' el.eping '" Rlghteoamesa tried by adversity M*

i '. to afternoon. H. F. Priester spent SundajinJacksonville of certain scientists that West Indian I sickness. as It I II popularly known, .M I good' << grounds for glorying In its *orroOvid. -

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