Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02187
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Struggles for Open" Ten Golf Years Title Trustees Authorizebids !I r'I I New Ruler Grand of Elks Exalted C ndudingExperiment t Itt]

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('" 'JIi!! TRANSFERRED: TO 1.W1'I'\- RAISE:' ORDER REVERSAL: :' '''''. Conducting 1''Ih'rlnl: <''nl"I I .p tp
t .If' :,r 9o iiiniiLANitSECTION( : : OF srvrs: !'1'\lHiI>: 1UUIKS: HAVE A I- S +,
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'eF# .. ," Y ROAD :Meeting of Crow ITS of State to He \,. .:<'< -. ,\ extension of experiments to include .,. C.OOD) FAIRY A .

,p' t I Held in Orllnd.UI(. 3rd 'Ifi't jo'. "'t''!' turpentining 1t."n.I.ICI.O\\. yellow I -- ..,.
.. Bradford county's program <>f road, pine timber will br l undertaken i ',. :Mr. I II.: S' Humphrey\ one of '1-' ( s

"); ".". itk.'L ;tZ"!; improvement, will now move i forward : Florida fruit growers and shipperswill at the United States cu-operxtivui I '.I' 8t'U'k1I1.1' \ !known. and poptilar '''e II

.' I uninterruptedly, and will probably In-I meet in Orlando August 3, for stutuin nt Starke, according to report I citizens, is going to play\" t the '. ,

f{, ;{, ;l'l completed during the coming year., the purpose of discussing the general ; made by R. D. Forbes, director of the '.' part of good fairy to Starke ba- t

r" "J; 11"' Following his;; return from Tallahassee situation and taking/ such concerted it: '' ". Southern forest ,experiment stiifom ':, bite. class of 11123.\ : : Ills friend- a ,

After tell :Years ot struggle.\ Bobby last week with a contract between action as may be deemed 11 l I. outs &h .. with headquarters in New Orleans) log, .. whip for the youngest of our citIzens 'a '

Jove( of AtMnta.: Oa" long known the county and State Road D'part-I with regard to the proposed advnrjc.! i$ officials of the Florida development ...' takes' a very practical turn 4' F-rsmm
an the boy wonder golfer of the ment that assures the early construction in refrigeration charges: on fruit n .1\.1vell'etablts board. i'Mr. i. inn lie is not going to shower ,pi'

rnlted states has at last been of the main road, across the coun. and the order rl'lprir'the ; ( water I I them with cakes and, candy that A
National Open Champion., sorry O :\VcFitrlmnl Forbes, with Ll'nthul'man, .
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irouned title at New York lust ty, E. !S'Matthews: chairman of the placing of three straps on citrus town. S.: U. was, Hiftml' \ c.run.I Kxitltetl .' nt best bring only transitory e ,
He won the ftilviculturist in charge of the! experimental -
seek When 12 year* oM he won ,county board of trustees, culled "I boxes. Killer of th> It. I'. O. K.: for .... pleasure, and mayhap !pains that .-
heldIn I work in Bradford county,
a inlet! championship In the meeting of the board for last Friday The formal call for the meetingwas 1023 at the minimi, convention ..;. cull for soothing syrup along at '4-

/Soii'n'it until thin. year was nl- afternoon.At I issued by E. D. Dow, traffic! malinger Atlanta uoiuiuutuUMr.
.. Smiili: !Dakota
t the extension
defeated in Natloiml, COIUIHStitlou. : Master timber owners regarding '
\V"; '. this meeting thl.'l'e'l're presentE. of the Florida. Fruit Exchange.It lld..rlalld.'l'l' of experiments on privately owned fairy is. far moro practical than ,a '" "

Matthews: chairman, J. II. Ritch is understood that the Orlando timber, the work so fur having "thut. He will give every baby r t ,

\\'. E. Toroile, A. A. burden and J. C.i i chamber of commerce will provide a been entirely 01Keeon.1 growth slash .. born within the corporate" limits a'
GONE: :: ; .
A iOOU Cone. The contract with the State' room for the meeting. pine ut Sturke. I 'I of Sturke! during the year 11)23\) : a s m'j.

Road Department was duly signed, W. F.. Lee & Co. Inc., of Plant City,, savings. account of :$1 I at the
A. E Moitt Ouen; Finn! Call Wednesday after which plans. for carrying the us! well as other organizations have \ Louise Bessent and Mr. Dave Tho experimental work has been ..I' Dunk of Sturlce, the only coniliditiuii r 2

marirod, last Sunday established five-year continuingbasis ... ,
Afternoon Turner were on a being that the ;
work forward were discussed.E. been vigilant in looking after the interests money
I of the shippers in connection morning at !U I o'clock, Rev. Sutteride; which will give definite results .i> shall not be withdrawn until the o

A F.Ioitt: died at his! home on : R. Neff, county engineer, was I with the proposed advance. Mr. Leo of the Southern Methodist Episcopal that will he watched with Interest b)' ,... baby has reached its twenty-first .

tt Call street at 2 p. m. Wednos- instructed to proceed with advertise.ments tiled a protest with the interstate church oflicniting.! The wedding tonic the timber owners in Florida and in .. bnthdity.While', ,..

tvl : +) His demise had long been exI''d for bids for the grading and commerce commission immediatelyafter place at the home of the bride's< sister southern Georgia. ,. it is not a requirement, a. '

l i as he had been a victim of drainage structures on State Road I the publication of supplement and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ln\extiguting Stale Farm PropertyMr. .. !Mr. Humphrey hopes that the 5parents ..

11 ii.i li tu strokes and had been cant No. 13 from Starke via Hampton to : !lo.; i 9) announcing the new icing rate. Frank Ryan. "Forbes. told "Florida .development ,, of the babies will add .. ,

.. <,.1 t to his bed for weeks. the Alachua county lino and on the' Other interests have also filed simi The cuuplo were attended, by Miss board officials that he had, visited ,I' regularly t to, I the accounts her I 1

Arthur E. Moitt was born in Ham- I drainage structures between Starke I lar protests. Minnie Benin-lit as maul, of honor and the state prison farm at Raiford. starts 1 for I them until such time .. }

ii,, Bermuda, 71 years ago. In : anti Lawtey. It is intended to let They represent to the Interstate Mr. John Mnurer: us best man. : nt their request, to look over the possibilities ,. as thu children, are old I enough .' J

J is < ho came to Starke and worked this part of the work to contract in i iI Commerce Commission that if the order The vows vveio taken under an arch I for conducting soino observations .' to take up (the chu.n. end. keep s' + t

>Ir, Adams, the local blacksmith, I order to speed up the completion of becomes effective it will unduly, of exquisite! beauty between the living I on reforestation and, tire\ control .' the account building up, thus to #

P' Diiio time until ho bought out I 1 the road. The state convict farce, burden and impose hardships on cit.rUM and dining room of the house. I The conditions. seem to bo fuv-I I II.rahle I making his gift the foundation .. C' y wt

> m'lnoss. This shop was gitimtednnt after completing the grade between and vegetable growers. Furthermore Roses awhile mi, asparagus ferns were used for such work and, after then ,. of u good start in lifo. '. +

'' is now a vacant lot just eust Starke and< Lawtey, will be immediately i, they contend, the order Is unjust pulled plants were bunked, in turpentining season clones Mr. Wy-l I .. Tho 1 idea<1 is a tine one and !Mr.Humphrey n Wt

.il. Knight's law oRicmd !. He later transferred to the Lawtey- I and unreasonable, if not discrimi elaborate profusion und wonderful. man probably will be unsigned to .. deserves I rose N for i

.. his shop to the site now occtii ,Highland section. In this way it is natory. In issuing this order the efT ect. make some observations! and, a report':, .' his liberality II 1

,) i 'b) J. R. Davis & Co's. insurance expected, to be ready within a few agent of the carriers deviated from The bride's gown was a c-reution. A on natural reseeiling of the cut over Mr. Humphrey's! (plan takes In .a

", ,mud n few years later bought months to start the paving and to tho usual practice in not presenting two piece crepe; faille, with white hut urea there. I I .0 every bnby born In Sliirku! during "
have a well seasoned grade ahead' of i .. m '
1 >riek buildings between Cherry I the proposition to the shippers directly and tips to match, white roses were \\ h"1"onlCr SM failed, to pass"' the the present year without

,MI,! .' and the tracks, now owned, by the contractors. until the fall' length I and generally interested a public carried, her attendant using pink inkel.pilllC bill intioduced, by Senator Duncan U. .'' reference to nnutirial\ : circuniBtanc'es .. j w M 4

1 !h < olley. of the road is completed.The I hearing.; Inasmuch ni' this orderis with the color MLlieniu of the Fletcher for, establishment, of a forest "" or rare .distinction, and) IIt > 1

superintendent for, the contractors said to be one coming under the floral I decorations. exj'ei :"Il'I.t station In Florida, the ;! IIK auks. the Ti'lt'grnpb to urge t' r roil
'', :Moist
'I the fall of 1879 :Mr. mur-
> roads has arrived t
lateral .
the < ..
on receive t the gift +'
the board, persuaded parents to
category/ of emergency matters the immediate families and: "Florida development '
Mn. Sarah Edwards, daughter and expect to begin work Monday calling of a shippers' bearing would!' Only the United States t..I'I'Ht'i'" I' : .' for limn ImMi'n.. All thai needs. .. 1 It
:\ invited.
Too friends <
Win. intimate were
ili and Mrs.
morning the Brooker road. Ho .. ..
on oftlciaLs establish certain lilies of be ,done, Is li> have the baby's ndoctor
eem; to have been especially necessary left by car for11im to I
the followingM line couple
states a the date of itsbirth p ,
in view of previous practice in of the experimental work in conp.rationwith certify: r
!Mrs. :Maul l Ueasloy, doceus.- lieuch. A pretty capo
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the work will be put on and that a
interests that the j and. present this certificate
this line. private no in-1
: ,. material the wedding uownwas
of SttrkeIr.- us
11Ethel\ Johns, Nerve t
will be rushed to completion. .
handling at tho Hank of Starke. On thU s
Park Trammell and Senator formation best methods nf r
r Senator on
it cubit !
further < "
:Misses .
I' <>n, of Jacksonville, I Il worn,
I Duncan U. Fletcher have both growing timber might bit ,developed cei'lifiruto u savings book with ,n t *
of Russian
I binding
and Inez of Stnrlte, :Messrs. in beauty by n .
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l I'UOM: :MAJOU BROWN been active in protesting against! this and after looking over a number credit of $1 I will be immediately u1 f
\\1\1. Moitt .
Moitt of Durbin, erepe.Valuable
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rate increase. They have visited the of locutions wbicli bud been .i'T<>" 1 Issued. to the baby. J"P
: and Orville Moitt, of gifts were received from
iinpa Editor, Telegraph: I have just noticed interstate commerce commission in I'd, 61 r, Foibes selected tho territory 1 t

niville. Several years ago he ( in the July 20th issue of yourpaper \person and. lodged. complaint before many friend of the couple, who time around Sturke us bust adapted, to IhPprojects . . ,. *,' '" r A itr

in a widower. ( the pore' send-oft, !? given the local that body on behalf of the shipping well known in the city, Miss IVstu-nl needing btudy. r ,

n, deceased, while in the posses- and the National : having, tilled n position in the clerk'soffice : DIC.till OP I>.\\H CASON v
company interests of Florida. They have also brotherinlaw The forest products laboratory at i1
,f his was a While it I is not as assistant to her '
physical powers Guard general.\ taken part in all movements to get three :MadisonVi., also has become in-
"" M worker and very anteI'1 IrIHllt (. believed that a paper such as you issue shippers together and unit F.. A. Bryan, for the past underway Incomplete. information "rum-has usf
present a IctuHtccI iii the experiments
I Imiversal: kindness and square to receive thanks for articles years to the day. :She: has several hll,1Iils"' the death of Davis Cuson, at his
expects ed front on this question.The at Starke and, have :
all. His sisters in the city and has made, her Raiford Tucxday (evening, ,
k! >ng made him beloved by written about organizations: of ono near ,
state railroad commission, too, their mieroscop-
Eloise: Jerry( expert
s r reon
to home with !Miss Jean Bessent during Ullli. His. ,doulh is. Paid to have
advice '
I ludgment caused his is desire to commend uly
this Kind it my I I .
has done all that was possible under and. moth let, here recently, taking Homo photographs :
here. Her father
severnl her stay cauxed by blood poisoning thaesult
and he for excellent service ,
ought was the
paper the of lack of funds.
your handicap Theyhave and making reports on do-1
council er, :Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bessent, rev I "f wound in the hand! re-
he the a
urs a member of town rendered the National Guard! a.''''nlt elected time and again withoutan of such articles as is Milt, in Sturke.Mr. rived while butchering soma tinmKO. 'Jl
publication case to the public through the press, wood, under different, methods, of t's'
\ soliciting on his! part. HP was shown on the front page of this issue assisted in organizing shippers und : Turner Is at present with the chipping. :| i Of near" relatives. he leaves his +

afflicted' with defective hearing: which of your paper; and I assure you gathering data, despite the fact that Hector Supply Company of West Experiments Important j i wltl..w ami four children to mourn hit F ,

trouble grew worse, but this was a that same is greatly appreciated by no funds were appropriated by the Palm Beach, but formerly lived herewith ntimely departure.( The interment

gentle trial compared with the trou- Colonel Turck and myself, as well as legislature for the kind of fight in his. parents, Sir and Mrs. \. W. These experiments will nut. only L. I nolc, place at Supp cemetery Thurs-

of poo? eyesight, which came later the officers and< members of CompanyG. which they are now engaged.It Turner. of value to the timber owners und ay.Mr.

and developed into nearly total I is hoped that, in view of the Those who witnessed the ccromoiy! naval stores operators, but they Ill'I| Canon was n quiet, industrious! A

I'tndnesa. His fortitude and manli- Very truly yours, i fact that practically the same question pronounce it one of ,Fort Luuderdala's, productive, of nntnn-whle publicity i nan, whoso labor und good mnnaj('"- 1 'k

I homo weddings, the for Florida.. lent hud. brought him economical I".
n were revealed when he, despite'h VAN DELL O. BROWN, was raised and decided againstthe very prettiest
setting and the glory of The Florida development board received He was upright In his ,,
'i afflictions and the sorrow over Major, filth: Infantry, f mid"-. 2-1 carriers about eighteen months decorations, lepen.l..n' sh''rely

'I' death of his! beloved helpmeet,, 1 Battalion. ago, and no new conditions have risento the early morning( adding to t1'!J'e solemn a request last week. from n'' ..1"l1nl(". lenient, and kind-hearted,

''II! worked on at what he could do alter the situation since then, a occasion its vivifying InHuc-ncv. large motion picture company for Information ) :ruining:' him many friends. srho

th his hands and directing the work TROOP TWO .\W.lWEU1:';: suspension of the order may be effected Good wishes and friendly greetings IH to locations of good. tur-,i will bless, Inn memory.FOKD t m

..' BANNER:. follow the newly weds to their new pentining operations where some educational -
His employes, determined to do the nns.ItIWt.SU.l'I': : and a hearing arranged. for,
home front a host of friend !.- Fl.Laudcrdale films might bo taken. fur use ho could under all circumstan-
in which all interests affected will be : '
weeks Troop One Boy Sentinel. in schools and colleges, and. one of Lately the Tec! A few ago from President The Telegraph joins the many the .best. locations in the state has, t" not sundry! additions) mud* to
'HIlt fate, as if determined to crush Scouts, received) a letter achieved, there is little doubt that a r ,
the romit- Starke friends of Mr. and Mrs. Turner been recommended.AT I th" Ford. GUI'.ix" in Sturke prompted\ \
'I' shot another bolt at him. lIe larding informing good case can be made') not only fora I 1'
them all huppinuHit. b the constant growth of this Instlution.
anniversary in wishing iy:
that the -
,truck with paralysis and wasmined tee and scoutmaster cancellation of the order but for an
THE POWER: HOUSE! Since then J. W. Andrews,
had been I
to his bed for a long time. Round-up Streamer actual reduction of rates, as data ii (
MINUTES: OF COUNCILThe ; rr., tho proprietor, has, been compel( sprit
\\hal( he was still cheerful and not awarded to the troop for having increased gathered by shipping. organizationsshow hal
2.:. cent. The power house presented a i 1'd' to enlarge, his already spacious esaUishmint f I wl,
turned to complain over his predic- its enrollment by per that a substantial reduction Is
council met in adjourned this week. The defunct by leasing the big apart. j
to hear the news city busy scene
n ,ient. When he was able to leave Troop Two was glad warranted by the facts.
11 the least bit envious. Everyone session July 23rd, with all members dynamo and engine have been rnniove nent adjoining, hu garage on the i
bed acknovWlg
he but just
must reuctantly
of the smokestacks. taken oath, formerly uc'cupiiid. by R. Bur- ."
member and as a present. for
<- that his life's work was dune., went out a FROM GENERAL FOSTER: I
increased Inspectors for the charter electionto down and spaces cleared for the new owe. :Mr. Andrews Is the authorlzd -
ill mid could lo"trie the enrollment was
out his business and < result as the be held August 7th, were appoint machinery to bo Installed\ both for' Ford agent here, and as. the sal ." ,
words to 23: cent "poco pronto, Editor Telegraph: I have just seena e
except giving kyid! by per I
thi.ie,, he In contact with. Mexican nays As a reward, for their I copy of the issue of the.Telegraph ed as follows: J. W. Alvarez, A. W. lighting and for water Dumping. Radical if ears, trucks and tractors i Is ever
came and letter Anderson, A. II. Johns. The clerk changes. will bl made in steam ncreaning, it follows that the sale of
Mr. Moitt member of the I efforts the coveted streamer of July 20th, and write to expressthe
a have been sent 1 was instructed to have the ballots generating also, and we will soon icremtories, and repairs, must also d
1 hnstian church faithful in all\ from the president I appreciation we feel at this office
printed for said election. have an up-to-date water and light .Constantly I nl' ren 1". Hence the need .;
'hmgg' Though of an exceedinglyquiet to Troop Two. I of the fine support you are giving to v
wai i The council adjourned a* a boardof plant.G. for additional IfpIlC" -
risposition he was yet known An informal entertainment > the local company at Starke.
with aldermen and organized as a boardof E. Southard i III busy. dri'ling the F
Ind. beloved by all\, and all\ will truly held at the last meeting night | With that kind of backing Company +
the assessment vo..II closeto HUNCH CKAl'EHB. ;
tricks. Every equalizers to revise new 10-inch artesian sit
'a good gone".u some sleight of hand "G" ought to command< the Interest
man with rolls for 1U23. the present well that It will prob. Watsonig, who lives northeast i
the brought a guest of "from Starke and three
this in troop everybody t
writing finAl arrangements boy is When After reviewing the said rolls the ably strike the same "reservoir. By ,I >f :.Starke;! ha< brought: to town sevral //j ,
: you
the made, The Scout theory miles 'round, as Gus Long used to
funeral have not been him. I I
share It.HESIRBLE lama were accepted as presented by the time the well is completed it Is ? baskets of Concord grape, which
f.1* it +ia expected to take place Thurs have a good thing, say.With Tax Assessor N. I D. Wamwright. expected that all the new machinerywill : sell at a good! pricw. These grapes 1
.a'. kind regards and best wishes
afternoon. PROPERTY ON MARKET I Sincerely, The eouncil adjourned until next be here, and erection will begin 1 !Crow so well here that hey should be t

I regular/ meeting./ Immediately I brought In by the bushel Instead of
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A. Mitchell has bought a portion C. A. FUTCH, : by the basket. They would.) bring the

'' the flourishing pecan orchard, at -' has lately acquired -I Adjutant General. I Clerk. bUlline ". Mr. Fosdick has been connected Lash at a time when there Is nothing 1

'he west end of Call street, from Col. Col. D. E. Knight C. Sweat the old John :, This is very productive land and him < with several prominent Florida I else! to sell.
L Peek. lie is now busy erecting t from about 60 acres, adjoining excellent natural drainage. The land Allen Fosdick, of Jacksonville, has journals as advertising manager, ,

a 'ive room cottage in the corner of I Hall property, on the south I will soon be cut up into 5-acre Iota, been in Starke during the week, pros but wishes to "go back to the land." : Mr.\ and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of

1 all and Orange streets, to which he : the Dubose the place railway on the I I' all accessible to roads which will intersect pecting for a suitable small farm to lie will probably locate hl're.. as hs, is Gainesville, are at Kingsley Uk oc.

will move his family. This is a valuable i and lying between well with this section: the Weeks
property. I west and the public road on the east. the tract. lease, on which to carry on a poultry pluased I I rupying cottage,

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!4? gyp! rj t '.tfUFUfffltfl Ifflf tf l""" QSHfflWBflSUtfltft""'ll1I'IIInl'lHllln"'lIHmfttt'.mmu1JJl"'l.! ?<. GEN. VILLA'SCAREER ,| THOUSANDS OF I.V.. W. .VE.MUEKS care of city work, local) officials said of i I'J"! .-.....-...;;.::

learning that officials
I LEAVING FOR POUT today upon 2: :

? : News of Florida in Short Paragraphs L I ARTHUR. TEXAS the marine transport workers branchof .tI
7 I } the IV. W. have boarded all foot A universal custom
' / r"1 I I International Workers; Wil I Take loose "wobblies" to invade Port Arthur I thai: iicnef'U: /; :yerj

I'b f Care of City Work as Prisoners, in connection with the reported
t .J { i FROM AMBUSH Say Olliclal.s Hearing of Exodus kidnapping of three I. W. W.'s re- Every,

( f .' I cently. I Aids: dycleanses: ,'n

r'F( I New York 18. Firmly be- would make no other j I t1ea '
{li In !! I Il'rt'"ident of Mexico Orders Military July The officials ) t'' u,,
fievfng in the efficacy of "direct ac- statement. No definite steps have' '

;1 t l dtfl: torufluiltOGl! mt 1tOtr WaiS !i mDJ11lmnnmUIfIn.I( : ==mlmIlmmIDI, "CmQ: i I[ Honors for Former Bandit ShiefMexico ', tion," hundreds of members of the I. been taken to handle the situation, it I *, soothes\ MI d

ft + The Seaboard is building n $J.IOfoO. mutilated it so badly that amputation j :' City, July 20.-Francisco | ,v. W. are leaving here tonight on a is understood, probably due to the :I, : .

was crusade to Port Arthur, Texas, the .ibttencu of :Mayor' J, P. Logan. I )
\ depot at Dade City necessary. Villa, former rebel chieftain, was killed I ; WD; :
t I in ambush this morning near Par- I object of which Is the "protection of Four men with membership cards I I t ; .. ,

( Pinellas, the smallest; ; county in the : Unless unfavorable factors develop rnl, in the state of Chihuahua, it was I the I. W. W. constitution and the in the I. W. W are already facing : : !! )

tate, produced $343,010:; worth of oranges the 1923-21( & orange: crop in Florida confirmed this afternoon by the department i rights of three members said to have I vagrancy charges here. All are at 1 a. good thing

in 11122 and $803,79.1 worth of will exceed all previous production I of Interior. President Ob- i been kidnapped arid beaten there." I liberty under bond pending a hearing I

grapefruit. records and the same is likely for I "We don't believe in doing things tomorrow. remember: '-*.
r' I p regon; it was announced, had ordered ; ..
I grapefruit, even with slightly unfavorable that full military honors be rendered jhy official delegationhen there is Investigation into alleged mistreatment Sealed! In r, qel-

A new boat for service between Pa- conditions, on account of the at the funeral. a job to be done by the I. W. W. the of members of the transport its ruriy: ....' -'M'Packabe

is being largo number of rank and file to it without bothering division of the I. W. \V. here
t latka and Jacksonville now young groves just The official announcement gave few+ go workers Cdr.,\, u a

1 constructed by the Pnlatka-Jackson- getting into bearing, according to a details, stating only that Villa with I about their officials," is the was requested by state officials about I ......<.;. ,t.. ... ....:1; ...
and It will !' made the local bureau the exodus by headquarters John Shuskie New .;, !: :,'I ; ;;.
I I ville Steamship Company report public by his personal secretary and an escort report on given ten days ago by '<' ft

6 be launched within a few weeks. agricultural economics. had been ambushed while en route of the marine transport York vice president of the transport tJ: 1i

i branch of the organization. The
from Villa's ranch at Canutillo to workers workers organization. request -

An entirely new departure for the+ Police and pedestrians at noon on Parral at 8 o'clock this morning. How the men will cover the 2800 followed reports that John Holland, ?- l "r..F O

state university at Gainesville is the : Thursday extricated a blind mule Villa was instantly killed, together miles to Port Arthur is regarded by an organizer! and one or two other c.--''s r A."Of-Lf, i

I establishment of a school of pharma-j from beneath an expensive touringcar with four men of the escort party, including officials as a minor detail. More than members! of the I, W. W. had been "' ,,";)illl-. :r .. _

t { cy, the stato board of control having. after it had almost demolishedthe his secretary. 20,000 of them are on the move from miitruted by a mob. --.4-- .. .....s

I j decided to provide for this depart rear of the machine and then slipped all parts of the country, on foot, by I -

t1 I went, which will open :Monday' Sept. and fell beneath it. The mula LEE FINDS: NEW POWER freight train and by sea, according to f'EIJEIULCE; 'fS "DIG IN" Brooker Sunday.

t i, 10th. was hitched: to an ice wagon, and ac John Shuskie, the secretary-treasur Miss| Marie Raborn, wh''
cr t 1J I cording to the driver became unman er. j I visiting relatives in Gain'
ji" Seeks to Patent invention DevelopedAfter MYSTERIOUSLY UESTROYEDIJackson
i ageable. Coincidental with the X. W. W. turned Sunday.
n and harvest
The honor ginning I I 36 Years. of Experimenting I
p 1 I exodus came the pledge from the civil :lfr!!. V. Russ and soni i
ing the first bale of Florida cotton I IStorke
Lee who southwest of
R. B lives
;, + thin to Samuel W Getzen, I Ellis :Moody, a young man in the+ liberties union to the general defense Miss, July 10.-Armed Ernest nnd Francis pH i -i
year the line'
+ representative of Sumter county, and j employ of the Wilson Cypress company just over Clay county committee of the I. W. W. in California with machine guns and rifles, federal here Sunday enroute to. M
F1 is As Newton hit the
went down twenty-six feet in a genius. upon in the light against the force has "dug in" in Amite county ,
i a prominent farmer of that district, j I to help ; C. :M. Andreu and \Mf I ?Q
I r I water without diving suit or aid of law of gravity; by seeing an apple recent injunction which renders the where a cllttJedipplnlwar: is in services at Miller\ Fricl.i" ,,
fall to the ground likewise did Mr.
any sort Sunday morning, to recovera membership in I. W. W. in that state progress' according[ to reports recived -
l In attempting! to "hoot, a mad dog': Lee from seemingly insignifieanphenonennn Saturday.
) in West Tampa late Tuesday night, timber cone. Shortly after comingup a I contempt of court, punishable by a here. Livingston .Kuss and K
evolve the idea of "Lee'sNew :!
t i Salvatore Cnpello's' aim was! had and he started bleeding at the ears, AirEnglne prison term of six months. Henry Pruick, was shot and killed were in our community sin,

this continuing/ for several hours, so I Era Automatic Compressed The injunction which followed the by officers when it was alleged he
h I I++ the bullet from his gun missed the ." noon.
the at the depth} : I W. was attempting to blow up n dipping
/great was pressure declaration of a general I. W.
I dog and struck nil year old /girl, inflicting One Sunday morning in May, ISC''?, oswell i Ward, of Drnokpi
3' +t he went. strike in California as a resultof vat dynamite. Forty-eight
which the died I comes .
it injuries from j Lee went to Sandhill lake for some during Geneva Uarrell motored t" U .
have been blown near Liberty
I I the "pressure of corporations" asserts up
Wednesday morning.
purpose or other. There he had opportunity the last few weeks by unidentified ton Sunday.
t An alligator\ six feet long was captured the civil liberties union, and is
i : to watch a blur-mouth baR! Harley Andreu and seer 1 "
Dr. Wilbur McPherson -
near the center of St. Peters I unconstitutional. persons.
Laura Howard, n woman living 01 ed services nt Brooker Sat ,
breathe under a clump of bushes. The(
+ with the bureau of animal
( burg recently. When the captor calm agent
l the outskirts of Millville[ was found
fish swallowed the water forced it ninir.
with her head bat upon the gator a black cat was standing San Francisco, July 18-A party of industry, announced :Monday that I Imat.hine .
,y nI Saturday mormnjr through its gills, and what little air Charlie Ward, of High >*
; had been mounted to
in the middle of the street for Port guns
apparently L W. W. will leave tonight
1 j 3 tered in, presumably by a pipe. Several was in the water he kept for uste- in our community this WIM !.
the vats. The
arrests were made and it in understood hypnotized, and the gator was Arthur, Texas, as the result of the protect remaining
Luther Valbruin and II.ntrupBta
could not machine I"
nance. Why < a
walking slowly toward It, evidently York in charge have orders to protect -
1 call from New
ordering members
j. that two hive: confessed connection invented to do what the fish did ? Put at the home of T. V\
+ ) with the alTuir. intent upon having a feast upon hiacatship. to the !south to "protect the I. W. life and property, he said. '
f } in Bull creek let Santa Fe Saturday and SMI
it under cascade ,
A secured and the a Cattle dipping Is a federal requir-
Y rope was ,V. constitution, John Aaron, secretary .
1 1 it chew and spit out the water and Mrs. 13. Scarborough n
v inent in fever tick infested areas.
rounded 1
Bator of the marine workers
up. transport -
The wool clip of Holmes, Washington ;- keep the air that was! in it? This air Many stockmen refuse to dip their were shopping in Worth
branch of the I. W. W.
announced -
+' and Walton counties, aggregating* I
i water rower day.
could be compressed by
the cattle, declaring some cattle are hurt
estimate made by
According to today. :Mr. Aaron said he would
about 55,000 pounds, was Bold in Dc-I! I used close to the led by-
; f Funiuk Tuesday for -II cents a pound ,, in lu .trial, bureau of Tampa board of: I and place, or 1 head l the party. The method of trans- while being" bathed, cows are separated T
lines elsewhere or jamme l into pavWCtlttptCWt1\ :: ; UIL1Pu5Drec!: '
pipe swallow -
from their
will some
trade more than $14,000,000 ,'portation has not been announced but
This amounted to than $22,000( I
i more strong drums and shipped to the end the solution and become sick and COFFINS & CASKET
in and near that city during I it is stated the majority will travel
of three
for the counties.
+ ..d growers of the earth to set machinery in mo
I there is the and trouble ofounding
the next three on construction train. expense
years by
t mude And Full Mn or
are to be in August. a
I tion. The whole thing would run itself lfl
i i. the cattle for the frequent I
i work. This figure docs not include Aaron said today he was arrestedin up
I only oil for lubricating would be I! UnJtrtahtr S"I'T"/ '
j /
b General fJnrvnn, nc'Kro loKman; in I normal repairs and building operations Port Arthur last May for vagrancy plunge!

) of the Whitehouse Barrel I which are estimated at $2,000- necessary.Mr. and was "turned loose at night into :;
.: the employ Lee tsome books on jmeumntics REAR
1k % 11 Company, died Wednesday afternoon I 000 per year. Computing the two fig and!go hydraulics tools he had I the arms of a party of the Ku: BRADFORD t i iw1c4

i result of accident. He was: ures the sum of between $18,000,000( ; Klux Klan and unmercifully beaten." at the lowest prices. !Si!I|.

f as loading a logs onto an a cart when his foot and $20,000,000 is reached. in plenty, as he was an expert gen- : He said he was leaving to "get: justice Bradford, July 27.-Roswell Ward I eUJ attention to telegraph or
I eral repairer. He read and he work.
+ slipped from the lOll and tho cart I ed until he had an apparatus that for the boys." was in our community\ Tuesday. 'i un. Registered! Embalmer j.

Florida has over 3,000 miles of saltwater C. II. Andreu was in Starke the'
fell his head with such!
I tongue upon would probably work all right if he
1 : El force that death resulted. fishing shores in thirtythreeof could only it patented. His bumpof I Port Arthur, July 18.-Members of first part of the we>k. DeWITT C. JONES
get '
sixty-three counties. In this salt tho I. W. W. will have a place waiting Misses Genevieve Uarrell and !' is not well developed t. ,
secretiveness ,,
water are found many edible varieties for them on labor gangs to take rie Raborn attended services over at |
4 Tarpon Springs ig one of the largest and he spoke freely of what he aimed I J'I: { HafaiCtscCL'll,,pSCtaaO DRDaxC !1I1II!!
id I I of fish, not to speak of oysters,
of in the country I
uj producers sponges to do. One man pretended to be .
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1 clams turtles and xhrimp. Besides
9" and recently more than 200 boats interested and got Mr. Lee to tell him

.j were anchored outside the city waiting i Florida has the only American all about it, so that he could steal his .. l'J :.... .,. :: ...... #,
fisheries. No state except ... I IL
for the opening of the sponge ext sponge Invention likely. This arch 1.,. ..w >> .. t..1-f{ -.. ) rtttSI.
I't -
; Florida for the very -: : i """ =,.,(t= : : 3t1tt
ly: change. More than $25,000 worth of Minnesota equals abounding schemer had others to borrow first #L "........." t.o' ...' ) + .<# >'....... \\
number of fresh water lakes ;
sponges change hands daily in that then another of the machine .. :: .
: -
one piece, in Search of M"n ) ...
in fish. Nearly every town in our Nwer HUJ from nor oes .. ..
Uppi'rtun-ty .. f1 ."' .. .
thriving city.
and then succeed in losing j ,
a -
r state has access to fishing resorts. -.. ".... .
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them. Yet the dull intellect of the i.f, "yii .''! 10, '"

11 In view of hit wife and two chil schemer+ brought him nowhere. Mr. t.,.. art[','' f ,.
i Louis Peri sot, a French chemist,, The Unit Rule
dren and an intimate friend, W D. Lee had to make another machine, so I ;:t. :; '
who has been making an exhaustive I .. ?:
'JII .
of Jackson. ..
vice president a "
Bynum, shot himself study of the peat beds northeast of much altered and improved till it was ,T, I).-ir! r. C"-!. \I"r., S.r' 'erne, Court Justice, Strife of New, V ".'.. ; L; ?; "t1t":
vine\ furniture concern ? 1
not like the first one at all. .. !
the two-thirds rule by v :nui
the head with pistol at his Bartow, has made a report to the effect A'.tc'i'1: : ; Hi lit1 : hi onlltl.t < :Illt'lto 14bi
through a
I home Monday. He had been Buffering that the peat yields heavily of a During many weary years-36, tore .;: ,; ; I 1". .'..,'.'" HI" "t cl..i:: : the worst I'OIC-I'H of ltIVt.e: ,: I swgy: \
exact-the inventor has ,
base of which is .' ,,1.1"'c i [ \ .\e ii+ veto punter on the, 1t"liv1-: ? _, .
from heart trouble for some time and combust the a discarded rein ii:?a ..iu' jn ii.v. w v- .... tt* ,\ srr7, !f .. .
form of alsogones; which is productive changed, improved, t.-: d the' iJouiufnUic :NCI:: 'IIUI! l'uII\'I'nWol1. Through: tV.ti 1" \; R ..aA.MntlliAb
was vented his machine until water
: of vastly greater power than now no i I. .ii.:ll I I'lliiuc: : cf men i-':u eht'e: .it F>ublic' (lp 11j (! t r.A.t.L C. SB

gasoline, and that tht residue after Is used at all, only air-hot or j K..I, '1 !u'viiii. \\cir ir( >\\u the inujoiitv' w'IC -rVCAa/C0., :
A full fledged
company cold. It works! like charm automatically :, ; .
I l g has been organized by the colored the extraction of the combustile, the : a t O i! C!iieait, ; :::: Ji.il N.iUl'C'l1hc'lU iu d\ -:>,i'ii' 1 tot < sus.Ie. CRADLE OF RED
the lubrication is au
of alcohol even caiuii'l.ite: of the hu- .cs. II 'ever,
form lie tt
base of which is a t > ,' .1.t
of Gainesville and charterp' .t pvolutloiiohitlou
people a The hats\ are
tomatic. It is to be patented
p ready
edl'c! of lxi" 1 t.t:: t must
has been granted them. State Treas- has much value as a fertilizer. t it- :is.: .iiiotUur! s! .ru ; y.. thorn their

Industrial as soon as funds can be collected. I r ., in".1 I i infore: lice l jia'ni; i ifrivvu f to thu.ici' +?+ ,., : has given, 'n"' irIntfUlhe
urer Luning granted the Douglas Times are hard and the general ob. 9 'gram and Ulc I Insurance Company a With a thorough spirit of hearty r: 'I I,.: ("!. (-\ il. AiJ; that i. ;ilea nr'I: t rule. & } evolution :" W

do certifl-I I operation, linking together the ten ebly. :.1... is" ibc! means:: 1 l by which u gieat .aorit: ; i .. of 1 iiructltul' Hawkfl.who .
to from
cate of authority a Karl Marx, who got It
business in the counties of the western portion of the i I. c e ;,!ivut't :":1'-! an;' ii'iinl-ei' fchorl! uf oncii who Rat'
dustrial insurance
Mr. Lee and learned gut It fniin Spinoza
ing approached by -
.' a mud eflVPttvr'y 1 nonex'nt..
stato, the commissioners' associationof b., t ?+ \I'". woo
9 state.! Western Florida closed their two' the nature of the machine, had the i ir t tl!.:. \'. :a\i.i n I ih'tTt: "'.1) '.';-P{ heist tu lice bob It from the Greek phlloiopbers.' tcruft.
1r 1 effrontery of asking him, "Do you :,ic.1I tot It from the Kgyptlaa: prle
tlii't t
it "p'I\"Iltiol1
with th
J 1eel'3 : t'I :
I days session at Panama City : ; ;,
,, Albert Brown, 12, an inmate of ther know where Chattahoochee is?" The ; '..'." 'i t'roiu his' own who not It from the Babylo"18l.ricsrcraft
a embryo plans for what is probably ej : >\.t 'oj''v"< : the trnu"
;+ t Florida Industrial School at Mariun- only one who line given him moral I hfttwhich: nxi--" "! ''i... wrII-11'it'4: i.nd his! who taught
of development :
biggest programs :
one trail"1"-
na, lost his hand a few days ago. The support and substantial encouragement ; vilcrrenl v migration <.f ()tll. and the
: 1-r ,
and one of the most progressive i.i l ir't'nu
boy was in the printing department conceived by is O. L. Beasley, of Starke, who Thf.o. h..ve been time in tl', New York u.nltiP.ceh.L.t"Itgltion tenon of Hpecle., bep..aC"b -
moves ever any group all "
and was busy feeding the press whenone The heels believe, tbat
contributed ten dollars. for ', ""C'Ifort., of the
this section lili>
official of hto
of the sheets went in crooked. Hey of public Mr. Lee sent us a long letter and HOII of thi- nty from the State, have been madetLruuih and teach evolution
; jerked his hand in to catch it, but the the peninsular state. the above ia the gist of it. Give him the! nr.it rule! 'imply the tools!! of a party boss whom working for the world wide onw:"b*

press closing down on his hand andGeneral -. the Wauchula assistance in getting his machine pat t'in di'-p'Sftl.;',; i:n 1 111't' :'ssrtof( a eeye tees of control against! which \. of the Heda They laugh at'rny
r Tuesday of ented. We have air in abundance and rc\oHod. Vet because the boss had a majority rich and watch' them pay.
depot, a negro, Willis Randolph, em >! and collecUvl
know It evolution
QCH @S fl'12 be to in the ,1l'1ej.\'l\tion-he has assumedthe
it should put some use. it be only of one vote \
; a accidentally ore
of the may of "
ploye scompany
are taught In all grades
the entire drlvgatiuii] and has been Permitted
toot( ,
: shot a negro "girl, a passenger from the United States district engineer / < right schools that the uia s... wilt l I'ICVDII'
northbound train. In conversation tit Ice! so \by; the Convention. take ;....
the have
on stating that arrangements Uoo..i and will rile uy and
-ui-h 1 body represents anything: but the
I named by a
;No men rsl I
with the girl, he accidentally been made to place a dredge on the 'o'.ies--whitIl is i anotlieiVH of sii.vinn he hns been iMlon of all property and im"riwource '
( / '
will uf tl.P "
InsuranceAND dropped> u I'Utol ho was carrying, Suwannee river early in August, under chosen only I bv the niii 1 lPr! of the l,<.!s.ses. The unit rure is a *. TU. end of a rood

arising i it to explode, the ball striking the allotment of $13,000 which and it should. be discarded.I l.Citrus l. you where It ends.
i the bton-1 n c
cf ;;
relic i
Tho wound I t "*
the girl in the leg. was i.,""r SB allowed for improvement of Whenever you procUlm that

iiol serious. He va tried! Thursday > the river from Branford to the Gulf'ot Btute U everything aud the \I

i in county judge's! court for carrying\ '|' Mexico. Actual dredging is expected I Acivei'tisinjj:: ? Svicccssin victual 1* nothing you have ': *rlulnnl -

I concealed weapons and was fined $100 to begin in about three weeks, on a program of con'-1'1 1
Real Estate 'itrus Kxclmntie;: >" I.UllillllIII appeal to the
Cud! i eats or six months: on the roads., following which a boat line will probably thou
,* I be established from Branford to r.i'AO"t or': ":."i' I'vi'i' t., t 1 1 pern 1 : <' irisit-a.l! 01 compete in the When you nay that man's tf.10>

I TT.' .. [ti'or. ,.c ., .1 prnui.ient citrus! Cedar Keys: ..I ilc .tiiijr: o!! their!: ;wo11\\11<'t. atul sVte.s! that the keynote of its Is In the lower ('leOle..I.It ''"rrplunty

I nto i t'' "t' a:< he "i ii"in' '1 in new.tp.ipeir\ advertising. you iherel.y repudiate> the -
i i'i" neurlibor- i the rlsatra
j I io"er : '
His er>
LvV.-l "" it slurred to educate the of lad and
PEEK & BURNS"Not To '-.I l, \1.1'1' : n:?'e. e nys. he
r",1! wii fatally injured when a tractor Stop a Cough hand anil. have llcruworlil *-
.0 'u'.i..i: L'.uitee: > to t'1'' '0 he was driving reared up and fell take HAYES' HEALING ONEY.. a : to do at It iilcnww. ...
back on him. He was engaged in cultivating cough! medicine which tops the cough by f!, it. Tod.ty.\: : n.s :n r,' lit ot ncwsi.: per advertising" (1n(>fourth U not the cieature! of the err ,-

too I big fur sniull business a grove when a harrow he :Uoailng the inflamed and irritated cissurs. I. : (th) ::. / ":: '"h1 p"'ip'e qt prnpi Crlli!. There remain, how. hand of Almighty/ (//11
nor too .small for big> businvca'Your jl A box of GROVES O-PCST-TRATE; c >- 1 i. ::1 "t"-.'(1-th. o! the ptople ytt, to be reached. fpcuiilMUty! mid nrt'oiiiitiil'll"-, '.
1 vas! pulling caught: on a root, causing SALVE: for Chest Colds Head Colds and not' ILlI "market: \ for the i.innel grape fruit nlone is gone. If yuii ileniroy III&U' u< .
'p t
r the tractor to rear up and fall backyards 1 I Croup ia enclosed with every bottle of : ability to Ufo! ei l yon destroy
The of fruit ,
Business Is Cordially SoS* Mr. Forbes! was thrown on MALES' HEALING HONEY. Tho salvo 'i?*"'i't(> c-'jio-.Uil.\1-, ) cinini-'a; grape now line In novprinni-ut, wreck fan

licitcd. the should be rubbed on the carat and throat t : ?I.t '."\ pvithat : i.II'.1.C.dl ,l !per).t'tuuta an orgy of
the tractor falling on
of' children: suffering from a Cold or Croup. remains is to have the }people! told nbont i it The and ileiitb.

him, crushing his abdomen and Injured The .IIn.tSrtt of Ha.,..' H....IN. >|. ITpr..T laM exeharge b to he <* nplim. "ted on its vision i j' seeing The rationalist In the chnrr d
Ofiice with C. L. Peek & Son him seriously, dying from the the throat combined with th. biwiiDA.u...t of citrus eco 10
_' ... advertising: ; accomplish such mutually the red rmllcal In 3
< ,,,v O-Pa-Traw Sutra ibrouilU th "" oftli that >rdy newspaper'" / I
'r effects shortly afterwards.The .kn! tooo Mops a cauith. education. The housewives of every small tc-n. in world are twin Irother. Ths'their '
beneficial r ten l '
t Both ramedtri tire parked In no*carton mud th urtitlu In the same
Telephone 53oJmmml1"mnIlmDmr.wft. rout of tae combined U'"DII.:SSo. the country will learn through M-rtisinir in their local ne *> famous jmxnntiin) and their

Suwanne' River Improvement uJu-t ask your druggist for HAYES' all about grape fruit. Tuc-u. evu: ,)' ,u 'y: will profit "" "11 dutay UI h..::.
.m. .mIIJrnl1I' Association is in receipt of a letter j:HEALING: HONLY. -papers. -_



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s JULY 27. 1923. +.

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,',2' The Wild Bull of Pampas i| C.. T. U. COLUMN- -rl DRY) SUPERINTENDENT: : ( : INDH: ( "TKD ._

i I rOlc< I. XRCEXY-FO1K.. : ) "''''''. ., ...,.... ... ..... : .. '. ..., .. ", .,,., '

-r j MivE !' Phi I :\ I' 111 I I. I (rand .lur.. ICvcom;;mends Lvgi-l-ititi* .. 11

3m : .t. 1 'n Pnt: MI ut !League 'W M U. '

7'1.l ; I I : latIt"t: : '" ounS ] rt tm

.. of Illinois I I has ctos- Wlllinm II. Anderson, siipi-rintrn-! I .
1 I .uul the wet interests have not dent of the Anti-Saloon. ,
) Leairiu' of
. j i I I ),., a single point. They had fif New. York, toddy. was indicted une\ a3t1 YM IoUDth02!' i?

!, measures up fi r consideration. ,, eral count and the !grand. jury whuh ,
( of which was "-arricd. In the returned the indictments recommended l-1|
I i (',,11 not n >rcndicr. Just.. 11.1111 i' ,
"e, the juduiar.\ committee, to invent tlj'ation of the ] .1 '
league .
'1 Iiiisini"i lli.it'.s
mini through the
i 1i t all the wet and dry bills: were, !Mr. Anderson took its helm in it'll.' .siluml of hard Knocks" ami was ."; I'
r refused to recommend the, Three indictments, two ,charging! J able to overcome business obstacles : C' ',
!;,' of wet legislation. Notwith: grand larceny in the first degree and. I .: that stood. in I the w.iy lit my successl.Cf.uusc 'A

r this adverse report, one of one forgery in the third degree, were''' :\ I SAVlil). ,
;1 1I leaders of tho liquor forces, i in handed down. Assistant District I !srneil" juiliclously, syslein.'ilicall.x (>'
.. AI-I reKiil./ H'l.I'.M'rv. 1: "hv-Molliir") went 'lilt yk !
attempted to secure the torney Peconi also hail\ voted two into s
!' my .Al\t.SB.1NKACCOCN: : : : : .
) t If of a resolution insisting on dictments charging extortion. "
4y I'm Just turning 15. have
Ill-I 't : n r
II one of the wet bills before "Tor Political Purpose t i .. 'and! vver-expiinilniK liusiness. it i- j, .,'1'
IIII house for action. It was promptly 1Ir.l1dt'rilon, on hand when the ,' ,; .. S.\\ l'It:';(, has taught; me .. ;r' ,,
.. ', An attempt was also made indictments handed down I ; more Ih.in: nierrlv! sin: 'Ion.! It has ,
were pleadnot l D z" t nil Kilt t me CONSritUCriVUECONOMY. : : \ .; .
e a bill which had atached to /guilt> before his counsel, former ? h : oS Ah

w bFS'e'nis referendum in regard to repeal. Governor Charles Whitman, could I S I did! not !save munch nl first? ; lull the :\..; f
our national prohibition act. This open) his mouth After the dry crusader w r; 1, h.iliit 1 ,grew niitl strciiritliened; and 1 .' .: ,
Argentine. South America. failed of passage. Both house had .' slreiiKtlieneitilli' the ti.ilnt. Prospered. -
r'lrpo. lienv> wel hr 1t''ulug been released: in $ >.0dil brut: >!:,r<'
I; shadow over the rinpln- ruled hy ('hsmpbn| | Jnck % senate had before them resolu he issued through his publicity department :"
L .rim, serious never-lautfliliiK IMIJ.O liah l een third 'The [ : asking Congress to modify the I .5 :5 T And YOU run: .do us I have dour."t. J -. I
IIIIIHIH." His knockout out ?f fc i,, i luunt-lou, Jio' % a lung< / titiiteiiient which be 'l'hr..plrndtd" l 11.11Ih\ i II"\\i inv Iiul- a t-1 1
rounds makes him the lutfli il op nt for lieinpsey In a law and intimating that II. Kim: j \viirk. :My rriend. It slut/ lie \tt'IS.1;
'' iittle. stood for wine and beer. If "I shall \bear. us a medal of honor i .. Start Savings Account d. 1 .
b ) MU'lien' IMtl. '. -......"..".". I your !! :
these! were to be sent to and a service badge/ my indictment )
but also went down in for political purposes by the must "
FIRPO CONFIDENCE general wreck. orrupt and powerful wet political I >Nvi i

attempt by me wet interests organization/ in the world a.: part of I Ii I i, ." RINK III'> r\UKK:
to repeal our search and i the Tammany conspiracy to put the
I 'I In- Baulk "I l 1I'lllrlll service\ I II
DEMPSEYS act, also our state prohibition nullification governor of New. York,

( law, shows their !intent state in the Whit Hi use! in detianceof M.VUlvK. l'L\.
there should be absolutely no the canseienre, and aracter of the

; enforcement law on the nation. II| # :
, ,. I I-NT (GIANT FROM I SOUTH: I and Luis, decided to do his < books of Illinois. This in tho The first ('riui.l larceny indictment :

OIKKICA FORCED ATTENTIONM : ing. of the constant cry that if we charged that Anderson feloniously obtained ". 1 '
\ I II REAPED FORTUNE: IN; It"i> estimated that the return of wine! and beer it $ l I.!>78 from the league :March ...: ..... ,

Ell .II TEEN: MONTHS.: lected about $200,000 for not mean saloons. Thousands I tlf> 1/21.!/ I I

during the last eighteen best men and women of Illi Tltf .second ,grand larceny indictment .

York, July 27.-Luis Angel I liuht with Willard I netted are discovering that the propa alleged that he feloniously; obtained A Fine Tonic.Builds .

i a joke yesterday, maybe. aM i, 000. His two other. big/ of the wets means the return I $1 ,nil) on February 3, 1021.:! !I lrV1i: ',
tomorrow. 211 pound: ofi f.vear: were his knockouts of old saloon system in our state. The forgery indictment. set forth : tMnltS You Up ,
''I i 214 pounds of that which I'' nan and Jack :McAulilfe splendid work done at the last that he had falsely ordered' $1,100 I tobe VI d

rid, has always turned to anteiithting which were staged/ in :New- election by many church entered! in the leagues bunks\ in I C'YLL TONI < > Prevents and Relieve '
superiority. temperance people resulted in the March, 1921, as tho hotel! and u'//I' ..' '
itI -Hi-en months ago the mention I Now Firpo tht'rCumt'nt\'s Dempsey! of a legislature which has InC! expenses. of O. liertHiill Phillips, >: Malaria-Chills and Fever Dencue I J :

i I",'s name meant nothing-exnicker its work without having a collector for the league. '

I i from the "wise ones" The discussion amongst a single wet measure, while Grand jury investigation of Ander : i-onimi.sHion: splitting which 'originally ZIIT.ilT

inn, to know all fistic Iloyle. i is over the land now is strong dry bills met with success son's handling of the league's funds .tut led. the investigation of Ander,

if we wait for bird ready for Dempsey;; are now awaiting the signature was pressed after ho had steadfastly 1 HOIl'8 Use of league! / fUlllls.
11.' to fight, we're going to have he would stand against governor.-Helen L. Hood Il refused to be more specific conrern- Phillips' nppearid' before the grand! / July 27.--The annual meeting .
"y as champion until his whis- pion ? Is he at all W. C. T. U. President. lag/ the expenditure of $:!I.jnO than I jury in connection! with the.so' indict- which wan held( at Rock church I-'ri- J

,irr\ down to here." Such was ttunie ? Can he "take" to state that it had been used. "for ,, 'llelltS Illxl/ Stilted that 111 hllll split' I ,day, Saturday' and Sunday, was well if
'mil punches ? etc., etc., etc. 4"W.; {:' { SMITH'S: GEOGRAPHY luhlicity IllU'Mlll'll.Mrn. I I
summing up. purposes. his commissions. with the league chief |
I I Hi" Had Just One Boosters :None- of these questions LESSON Praise. for I'eceruThe I because In.' feared. he woulil lose bin i I Alhu 1'yal' of iraham, Silent r f

o I- Months Ago. settled until Dcmpsey jury handed, down another presentment job otherwise lust week at the homo of her part'iiU t b
crawl through the ropes clipping bureau bill for the last .denying any friction with I j Mr. and Mrs J. W. Luwls. .1
nuge, bulky, sulky scowling The Face :J5: War Ti-riii
/ old saying, "a has been unusually large. The Mr. Pecora and praising' the manner !I If these inilutmciits should be !Mrs 1 to::. J. 1I.wliliCIn.1. / l children, of 1 n
5 stranger was a nobob)'. A opinion makes horse
a ought to be charged to Gover in which he had presented. the case I JackHonville, are spending a whilo in : e
uthful and inexperienced sol- true in the land of filed, :Mr.: Anderson, if found /guilty, }
wallops. Smith, for the of the The two extortion charges, chargedMr. ]
>r fortune far from his South press / would face n possible term In prison' tibs: section, /guests of her sister, Mr ; 1 I
; Firpo is not clever He )', from the Golden Gate to Anderson, obtained, $2,500 in July I Nita Dyal.?
IIn home unable to the of lifty-llve! years, tho iniiximiiin
; speak fust for a big man. lie can Rock, and from Medicine 1920. and $1 l,17!> in :March i 1)2I!):! from I
'lire of the land he was in; he .penalties t being ten years on bush of I !Mr. and I Mm. !I'. W. Reynolds and t i
Whether he
hit fast Dortsnll
can a to Palm Bl'a'h.1ha\'e contained o. Phillips, collector for theleague 1
If the only person in this the /grand larceny charges/ ', lice! yearn I i: mm, !Mr. 1111'llr.\ : ... Itritton liroovor: ,
elusive target: is yet to be le editorials on the high/ I who made the< charges of I
Q'! bury atmosphere of ours who took" all Jess Willard and act of New York's chief exec- for third. degree forgery and fifteen I"f S limner, altvndi'd. church nt Knelt r ;
in he could fight. Vest or the South, nor elsewhere! in'' for each l'"tul.timl chaim'. I Sunday.Mi'HHrs.. '
could out and
nan serve in signing! the repeal of the
'I. that was eighteen months ago. ed once. And, this is : prohibition enforcement his own state of New: York I I Although/ Investigation! / of Phillips I 1A.'vy and Chailio Prem'ott t'

II. pretty well fixed financial. est asset, the factor that With every mail a fat bundle Tho opinion of the dry states was, and hi' charge/ originally/ brought I and III. A. Sturlillw'ro\ on a fishing

uik you, even though a battle dangerous even to Dempsey clippings has landed on the ve believe. voiced by an editorial inone thu menti-suloon league/ superintendent. I trip. near Palalku Thursday. I' '

i nnmpion Dempsey does not II..... likes to fight.Interviewing/ desk, but on sober second of Kansas' leading, paper, which into the affair, the evidence upon ) Truman Ijal and daiiKliter! Ktlu't,

nut the clash with the tham- Firpo! today we are not sure but after all, rain : ] which ho was largely indicted was wen visitors to Hampton+ Saturday.MenHr M ,

oming.. It has to come. Pub. readers of the Telegraph he received" for our outlay "The Volnleud, act has, every sane-: given by William :M. Potter, former I *. John Kigdon and. son, Arthur

rest is demanding it and pub- to say through his man : through the searchlight lion of law and precedent., It has become auditor, and bookkeeper of tho 1"leu"l Drew Kcddmh. and N.: D. (;rl'tln,
apart of the bedrotk. of our national who provided. material which\ '
/i-rest will pay the price askedit. "I never went into a fight on the sentiment of the public \Vnteroak, attended church at Lit-
charter Jt is an inviolable ashe basis of definite\ accusations. 1
heart tie Rock arid
< >>(> language of the street, Luis charter! itself. Hut a few. men! Phillips charged. that Aiideison in j
dent I was going to win. ) of the papers have roundly J. C. and, Warren Dvnnison and BUU l .
Kirpo is "sitting pretty." Luis: i biggest fights recently I (,... Governor Smith. We sin representing. It single/ state -one of forcing him to split commissions extortioned 'r, Nishi I.w', of Midway, spent the.
full hose: its governor, under oath to sup about $7,000 and that In al-j
appreciation of the dollars "
say: hope that he patronizes us good wrck-enil here, guests of their !grand- t'i' tl
the constitution of the UnitedStates the .bucks this action
port lering to cover ;
'nt bout with is
!! a Dempsey I
|i "I thought I could whip bureau as ours, and has ta purnnts Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Luwls. ,,
and that state calling itself! he committed third degree
to bring him. He "no spek" our Brennan; I thought I could time to read these commen- rOI'It.'ry.// Miss: .Oil IP Kelly attended. churchlit 14
-hbut in his Buenos Aires the empire statt"--have the! temerity, The league chief credited. what he received -0
ter :MeAulitTe; I thought I on his actions. If he has, he bat I breaker Sunday. night. I
\ .'itina, South America-our doIn !- if not the etfrontery, to challenge/ the from Phillips as "expenses"! :
i Mes-ter Willard, and- learned that the boundaries :Mr. and :Mrn. ('. !'. LiUhflcId\. and
be understood. Luis knows charter and to give aid and comfortto the organization'/ books, it was sai.l.One .
"I think I can whip United States are not those of children, of Claynn, wore bits guests
I all those who violate any ono of of thu chief ileius Htill to bediscovered
se).." York City and that the beer and of :Mr. and Mrs. J. li. Thomas. Saturday F
1! those versed in fistic maneuver- its! provisions. They are openly, if according to Pecnra, In
i desires of Manhattan are not
!1 So there you are. If not avowedly, in rebellion against the what became of. $21,700 which Anderson evening F'
methods and first imm
systems, in the Middle, West, the Far
< was that Luis was a bull in .all fights/ Firpo is some day pawn and authority of the United admitted, he took from the so- Rev. and Mrs.[ O. K. Sheffield anal ;'f .

in shop, so far as getting much oe champion.Records States and the public sentiment of its counts of the league, and which ha I children, of Vcro, were attending, serviced pl,
show however ." to at Rock Saturday' and. Sunday.
out of our American fighting/ Calomel of people 'charged "publicity. i $-
mighty confident! men t }
as conducted by experienced
"lifers, promoters, etc. However, their names with their
of the 24-foot and AND / NteD SOMA
I reamed floors Danger
ins given them all something to O5CAI2 I wA
"The Wild -HOME NtiW CLOTHS{
In conclusion,
about. It didn't take him lone You WOULD MOW 714ELAWN
arrived. The AND THAT4 Q/LHT/
ale that he didn't want an Pampas" has AND FIX OPTMAT / 'I.1.c"
of eighteen months ago is : Virtues Retained and Im SWEET You 1,0 WIts
"Ian manager. He decided to R.O"-SN" ALL ,
DON'T 'fiU
Will and
\ Dangrroun Sickening
today. -
those t
'i- his own affairs. lIe couldn'tEnglish SCREEN!! RIGHT Q16HT w YOU crO45 ? '
-but be could hire an tame him? Removed. Perfected Tab. HOME AWAY OLLIC Af4iuMSMt 'M

:>retcr for a very reasonable sum Your guess is as good as called "CalotalM. I'LL DO I"is'n
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American liberty." latest triumph of modern sci c
"iltKUMANS/: ARE URGED I j Oscar, B. Y.er vI
Canada and, "do-nauseated" calomel tab-
I "Both in is a 1
I 10 WAGE WAit ON: KLAN: MII..Arl. +
States," he .continued to the drug trade as "Calo- Y MT Point .1
.\MONTREAL: : MEETING I erance was the keystone of Calomel, the most generally i1rG

I of all medicines thus enters on
Declares no Greater Duty Faces j!i field of popularity-purified + I t n je.o t

"'ler Than Exposure of Klan : '' from those objectionable by

1i.i.1 ---es Cooperation With Unity i / which have heretofer limited TerryGilkison ii Ih
biliousness, constipation, head. ,
I and indigestion and in a great AUTocAirm
itreal' July 18.-Th e ancientf ;f ,? of liver, stomach and kidney b'
.. Hibernians was urged at to- calomel was the most successful y
n-'suion! of its convention here! I .'rt anJ over is remedy, but its use was often I WANT YOU TBry 7AIl' 1 YES LOOK. Heee O'CAR HAULFRIPAY. / FUTILt ie

age war on the Ku Klux Klan. .V""W" Jla.. town neglected' on account of its sickening /M. -' THAT Mu4CAL' GEAR THCRt'S ,OMeTHsN6 wQON6. a
'silent James Deery, in his an- qualities. Now it is the easiest and AND TO 'Io\e LITRARY. WHA? EVER WHAT HAVE YOU 8tlN DQINQ TASKS. 1''

report, declared no greater duty #OeI ",It.i ..1"1a.... 1. ,..11. most pleasant of medicines to take. LIITUR AICKTM" \ (lC! YOU 4AYIII 4 THAT NAV6's 'IOU 'l-4QLP'1'T 5'

the order than exposure of the I One Calotab at bedtime, with a swallow f' '(1 "/
Specifially he urged support of I / of water-that's all.! No taste, IIqIs' q p ZA1 'f

nity League of America which, I : "Pill N6Iyh. ; no griping no nausea, no salts. A o 60 ; "
''id was organized in the United :. good nights sleep and the next morn Ic.

to combat the klan there. I / ing you are feeling fine, with a clean .c.,..:
I 9 N' .
the United States" he said, -; liver, a purified system and a big ap 1 e, a ell *

klan questions the right of Jews, I +a nP ? petite. Eat what you please. No 1'roarr '

lies, negroes and foreigner! to ; 41 danger. ,

the right of American citi- I Calotabs are sold only in original,

hip, and has entered successful- sealed packages, price thirty-five
he. field of practical politics in cents for the large family package j P cit.cotrTiNb

states. It appeals to the imt i- ten cents for the small trial package.

and prejudiced mind. It is Your druggist is authorized to refund S

financed and well led.t AMK'' rM the price as a guarantee that you will Ti.EPttMT9
is not the Jews or negroes or I be thoroughly delighted with Calotabs. /N APUNCIL .

holies who are in danger. It is .-(Adv.) 7- -13t w

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bers have uhted with the church. Everybody over to Starke Sundu.;; >

1 Bradford County! !Telegraph P f 1'I About invited. tend preaching at the H ,. "

i I Something to Think I Sunday evening the Christian congregation there.

' 9P : : organized: a Sunday -school _. '-
oJ r'r" '" '
Published weekly and entered as with an enrollment of thirty. t '''tlr
:Mrs. W. W. Packhum i is visiting r,'. 'ree ,Malty Sw '11\1
j second class matter, at post rldilniithblood ". at
t relatives in Gainesville. ; \ 0
office at Starke, Florida.. T.I.JII,t )lavlduratloii. C'For." J v.
1 i C. A. Youngblood and J. II. Allen

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were visitors to Starke Mondays ,
', K. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner I
2) Eunice Bennett of Sturke is visiting -
her sister Mrs Floy Sullivan. I Sale

' r Pl' LISJlEU EVERY FRIDAY W. W. Packham and P. M. Geigerwere

\ visitors to Starke Tuesday.
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jff Vf fff t Y r \ Elmore and Theo Padgett and Eugene -

1 SUBSCRIPTION! RATE fipk ,..I't. Koon were visitors to Starke Sixteen shares in the

t Pet Year u_____ ______._______52.00 t Tuesday.
to&s!/ > > capital stock of
II. E. :Moorer was a visitor over to

jt ; Hampton Saturday. ERS AND
ONE UITilE HEsr: PARTS 't/t'V-i' '
A. :\11'. and :Mrs. Frank Johnson andlittle ,]
+ : BEST STATE > W ..- 11 -- ? v laughter and friends of Hampton ,
attended services at the Christian -
1' Fla.
1 "" I it, I G: Under the* above heeding the Times church Sunday evening.
Union Monday: has the following I
:Mr. and Mrs. McGruder and son, -
reference to the short lino
editorial in
I 'lozelle, Mrs. Manlr and sons Cecil

," :. I to Tampa, of which our own State and Cyril, of Hampton, attended services Lockhart & Malhis'
\ II Road No. 13 is n part: here Sunday.
the line of road
0., ''I people Mr. and :Mrs.\ D. W. Moore motored Haines City Fla.
i Ill}r I which is to be built from Itnldwin in 11I ,

I I southerly direction to Tampa or to
I, one of the fine roads running north
' \ j!,1t :' from Tampa are showing great enthusiasm -.
4 t',
il 1 4 .. over the prospect of development -

s \ I Ih, that the road afford In fact John WillysStrong

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deckii 'r IVlHEA .
f, r\. :1: fested by rin unprecedented act on the i.l I

4:' Ij' { i part of one of the counties through i
,t \i I which: the road will run. Sumter :
iv f '' } {1// :f'1"' county gave ,to the state road department tz.'y A Iy y desire ;in the years that we have passed I

.1 I i t. I JI'i, I' J" a completed link through that Was to build a car for service and yet, one that had clas. !

I I I' I I county and there arc many more ofJ :_ .+. WetiS +eti Avreca.et SeRVIE It must have lots of power and strength to mike it stand.

I I the stretches of hard road that are al- --- His dreams have all been realized in the new Overland.. I
ar I i ij ready available as part of the plan

j ji a i'i'I' I It ia rather a mutter of filling in links the world. Devoting his laboratory Jo; OI{.lOl'S FORD PRODUCTION: ; I They spent most of the time with relatives -

/f1'! than of building a complete road work to the humble goober, he has I in Charlotte and :Monroe. The baked enamel finis on the Overland today

> L "The part of the state. through been able to extract from it at least Detroit :Mich., July 23.-A total of | Mrs George White and little daughter Will resist the mud and weather, for it is the only way I

pl : which' this road will run has been !set- 115 different foods and articles use- i 1,0.10,183:; :) automotive products were i Dorothy of Jacksonville\ spent I'' To hold the glossy richness; so that in a year or two. I

) 1 tied for a lonv tll1'elnd ball been ful in the trades. In fact, he has built by the various divisions of the last week here at tUu guests of :Ml1. The finish on an Overland will look as good as new.

r, ;, rrll "t'rOfor a lonjf: time, but it has shown that it is quite a rival of ; Ford :Motor Company duirng the and :Mrs.\ J. McLeod.:\ Mr. White I I

I not hhown the speedy growth of some> petroleum in the possibilities it container first. six months of the present year, j came Saturday and all returned to I II

L 1 parts of South Florida., This was not according to figures: just compiled. I their! home Sunday. I II The semi-IIoaling axles are made stronger, yes by far I

''r'I: due to inferiority of advantages! but The indefatigable work of this! The output for the half year was I W. E. Torode was transacting bus- Than the ales: on a Jones or Smith or any other car, I

a s probably due in part to the fact that member of the faculty of the leading I, as\ follows: I iness in Starke :Monday. The cost of which is several hundred dollars more in price.

;' ., ,, the count*/ \'a' already nettled. Tnc negro college of America hUll produced Ford cars and trucks, domestic ) I
| It's these things about an Overland that help to make u 111<'
i' heavy stream of immigration: pener-1" addition to the familiar peanut mid foreign !0il,25) ; Canada 40,871; ; |visi-tor II

: : ally flows to sections! that have a very !butter, ten varieties of milk, five Fordson Tractors 58, 557: and Lin- I :\ and Mrs. J. W. Barber and children -I IIr. I

; + n largo: amount" of undeveloped land. I' kinds l of breakfast food two gradesof 'I coln cars, 3,512. returned home Sunday after ai .

; ; I Home seekers! often prefer making a11l'lClnninA' Hour ice cream in all fluvprs; !, candy New monthly record for production i i week's visit with relatives and friends I

r I after their own plans to salad oils ivedifTorent( kinds of was established by the domestic in South Georgia. Quigley Overland Co. i

t, 9 going! to a community that i it! already punches, !JisIIUl''v'orcest"'rshire" ,I assembly plants in June with +total i i Bradley Green of Jacksonville i, ,

k 1 developed. With the facilities for sauce, Chili sauce oleomargarine 'hof 175,010: Ford cars and trucks, exceeding spent Sunday with relatives in I.a"-I Agents I

it 1'' Ii seeing the country, however (that this! chl'ese-al I for human food-and i the output of :May\ nearly 5.0 ,- tey.

u ql, road will give to motorists! it is safe four kinds! of cattle feed, uccordim, ) I :Miss Louise Dlunchard of ;Mac-[ I STARKE, FLORIDA I

i to say that its! development! will be ''to I'opuur Scit'nceIonthly.: which 01)0.New production marks have been clenny is spending a few days with II

a.. rapid. gives an interview with him. set up almost daily since January, her parents I

il "There is a great deal of !good, land From peanuts he has also made u but there hasn't been n time, when I :Mrs. James E. Goodfellow and children -

I and considerable amount of poor variety of useful commercial byproducts manufacture even approximated the aro spending a few weeks with

4 land in Florida but this road, will run including nine varieties of demand. I relatives in Tennessee.

? n a through u territory where the variation wood stain, nineteen shades of With production increasing in an I I :Miss O. Tanner Maeclenny: )', spent rIl a ;
will lie between food] and better leather dyes! nii'tnl polishes), axle mA
ii endeavor to meet the demand it is lost week here with her sister Mrs!
I rather than between Rood und poor. "grease, toilet and laundry soans, ink expected that the company will fur- Lily Tanner.
Even: ut the northern end this road tannic acid, glycerin and h is nowperfecting
l I nish with at total I approximating 1- I J. J. McLeod was transacting busi-

will start from a ,section of as (rood several peanut medicines i $OO\JOO\ Ford cars and trucks for domestic nes >\" Jacksonville-Monday.:
in the : and making quinine from the rtd
be found anywhere
land as can alone.
use Graham Boyd, of was a
i No better land outside skins of the nut. And he is
United States. can I
I This is the opinion expressed by visitor here Sunday.Mrs. .
dr be found anywhere than that around still investigating the 1' lInct. officials in view of the
present prosperous : R. L.. Hannan of Jacksonville,
( Baldwin where the road will turn to lie has shown how to take an ordinary
'; ; t |, conditions, the increasing spent the week-end in East Lawtey.The .
1 'tc the south from the one leading west tumnerful of shelled peanuts number of orders .and the outlook W. :M. U. met Tuesday after-

from Jacksonville. Then through and produce therefrom a pint cf rich for even better timej: prevailing during noon with Mrs. B. L. Blonchurd. After -
i t after county it will thru milk the rival of the best cow's milk ff
1' go
county I the coining months. the regular business meeting ice
fr the bC'8tl'nl'rol farming section of Of this product he says: I
) In bringing up production, efforts cream and cake were served for refreshments. + ENROLLS
: It is rich and! palatable: '
ti. Florida-a section that !is also fa- creamy all along have been devoted to + \
and it contains three times ,as much' \
for fruits and vegetables. The a
t 'I mous building better. Aa a result many Services at Grace church only next YOU
three times as much \\' !
which this carbohydrates
of the state through
part I improvements have been made and Sundaq. Everybody invited.
{ and twelve times much
( road will run comes nearer being able protein
though Ford cars and trucks are today -
The annual Baptist Sunday school
fat cow's milk and only onetenthas
p to live on its own products than any as at the lowest price level in the
I held at Kingsley lake last
picnic was
d much water. It in udistinct
other, section of the state.
of of
history the company they are
afternoon at the Torode
in the dietary of the Thursday
"There l ia no doubt of the fact that product higher", quality and present a greater landing. The occasion was very much 1
values in the part of Florida that will human family. For culinary purposes value to the purchaser than ever be
with large number -
enjoyed a present
) be served by this! road will rise rap- its. posibilitiea are practically un-
limited. The sweet end the sour milk fore.The and plenty of good things to eat.
idly. It ia to be hoped however that demand for Ford trucks and
'- both be used in the same waysas Baptismal services were held at 4:30
l they will not rise too rapidly for can is .A
light delivery cars particularly
optimistic -
the Rev. Boyer four can-
t cow's milk the U can be made by pastor
I that would interfere with the development. ; since it reflects the attitude i
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Dinkins
sl The demand. for real estate into many fancy types of cheese and of business well farmers '
as ,
men, as
and Mrs. Carl Prevatt
will be greater and its value will naturally fillers for pastry. toward expansion and greater effi and daughter Place Your Order Now Fora9bJecl
being baptized.The
rise with the increase of the Prof. Carver says this surely vegetable -
ciency. Sales of Ford trucks are more
Ladies Aid met last week with
drink "forms bodybuilding.
demand. If it should be jumped up -
than duoble those of last year which
:Mrs Catherine Teare. A very profitable
nourishment for invalid and children
suddenly to speculative prices it indicate the extent of the general
"' ,would come down again. ." It makes bread rich in 'l.ivor. prosperity. meeting was held. Refreshments ;
served after the business
food he poundof were
Of a
peanuts aa says .
11 For months Ford dealers have hail
RISK 01TilE LOWLY PEANUTOnce them contains a little more of session. :'
no stocks on hand buyers absorbing
nutriment than a I Mrs. Annie Lee of Raiford was the

fi familiar to the public' as a pound of sirloin steak and nearly I they the cats are and turned trucks cut: as of rapidly assembly as guest :Monday of Mrs. L. A. :Marr. :1 Father starts it-mother finds she can add

favorite by-food of boys and young twice, as much heat and energy. They plants. With this"condition continu- SAMPSON: CITY a little-even the kiddies will contribute

men when toasted and sold in small contain an abundance of proteins, ing production In certain to remainat their pennies and in a surprisingly short

j paper bugs on the street corners, the "as well us the much-priced rumin.l ; to aid the dealers in mak- II
capacity I
and amino ncida." Sampson City July 27-Our schoolis time, the whole family is enjoying the
has become of the most lysin myosin
peanut.generally 'cultivated and profitable Several months ago Prof. Carver :, Ink deliveries as quickly as possible. progressing under the managementof I pleasures of owning a Ford. Here is how

trolls' that are raised. Its rise to lectured before the negro students of LAWTEY J. I. Ogden, of Graham. you can do it through the
Mr. and Mrs. R. :M. Cason and lit-
the Agricultural and Mechanical -
... that position Is largely due to the State
\ tle daughter Mollie Lou, left Monday
devastations. of the cotton boll wee- : college of TalUliasse on the subject -
27. Mrs. W. J. :McCormick
Lawtey July -
| for Elko Ga., where they will make :
I '
of the of tile peanut
possibilit'ei> I
vii which forced the Southern farmerto of Gainesville pent a few their home. I I..
turn his attention to other crops and sweet potato-from which 'a\ratable -
days here last week with her sister
I J. G. Wynn, of Jacksonville motored -
he has also developed an 'limiting : i
than that which was the particular Mrs. A. A. Smith. '
here and spent the week-end with
of the weevil. The market for variety of useful'' products-ami"
prey Enoch Griffis and A. :M. Blanchardwere i
the extended rapidly, when showed some specimens of th3 products | relatives.
business visitors to Jacksonville I
T. C. Thomas
4 Mr. and :Mrs. and
of both. The Times-Union mentioned
its virtues were dimly perceived by the lecture ut the time or i Wednesday I daulhterIabel.: Doris and Ouida-< I Bring the first $5 In to us. Enroll under the termsof

the discovery of some of its proper shortly afterward }!utV u i nal le to I Alonzo Strickland of Kingsley, was: i Van of Palatka are visiting her ,i the new, easy way to buy a Ford. Select the cat

In town Monday.Mrs. Mrs. Josie Hall. you want. We will deposit in a loca
ties.It (' fuller :*' i mother your money
secure a |
remained for Jeo.V.. Carver If only a few of thee' new products Knabb and children, of Man ,' W. II. Smith was a visitor to the bank} at interest. Add a J little each week. You
of agricultural science and
professor visitors here Thursday I will be
; ning were seat Monday. surprised at the rate the money piles up
iof the 'e recur'd on
laboratory can
S husbandry at Tuskegee institute, to I l, i and were guests of Rev. and Mrs. E. when everyone is helping. Soon the payments,
show to the world Wh.ltI\ ('* wrappedup l .1 commercial scale, this negro aril I I>. Boyer I TIIERESSA t plus interest paid by the bank will make the cir
in the rough and brittle shell of .ntlut .bus added i-norin 'sly to thepotential 1
Mrs. Francis Wiggins of Jacksonville yours. in-let us give you full particulars.
wealth ut 'he ')uth. Although -
He i is said to know I
the peanut. moreabout was a week-end visitor at the Thereasa July 27.-Rev. Brown and
peanuts> than any other man the peanut can a 1'uwn in I home of her mother, Mrs. Louise wife of Jacksonville state evangelist ''I'I''I I
countries the ; lulh will I
United States therefore, in many
in the > "- Lowery.
I alwys lead the world in its oJuctionni for the Christian (church are here to II i I .
-- Mrs Mary[ Rivers and :Mrs. Annie I
conduct a series of meeting at the
of Times- '
It has in that -ot'on.- 1
CATARRHCatarrh Curley and baby of Green Cove Christian church. Already ten mem- J. W. ANDREWS, JR.

J".> t.! a I-non I ean. greatly Influenced Union. spent last week with their parents, 1 Authori/ed DealerLINCOLN' '
I' by C..nRtltllllonlondltton.' .. Til K t"1.OIUD.S.SI'fRIt.1::
:Mr. and :Mrs David Durban. 1
r) HALL/8 .\ ;MKDICINK: con- Habitual Constipation; cured: 'I'' FORD FORPSONSTARKE.
.lit* of an Olntm, .nt which save and* Quirk the jt In 14 to 31 L>.y"tAXFOS I E. J. Roberts spent! a few days last FLORIDA .
lo 'nl application
Relief by week at Kingsley lake the Florida Sanitarium and Ho r>itat, i
Internal Medicine. a Tonic, which act' WITH PEPSIN" is a a r"claiy.preparedSyrupTonlcLaxn'JvefocHabitu as guest ( I'I't' :
through tile lilooil on the Mucous Surface *' of hU daughter :Mrs. W. E. Torotle. Orlando Fla. Medical, surgical maternity
Catarrh* and aaeista! In ridding your Systemof Constipation. It relieves promptly but :Mrs. David Durban and children capacity 100 patient Equip- r

Bold by druggists for ever 40 Tears. should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 darn I David Jr. Laura Mildred Eva diet physiological i
anti ment modern rest
F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, O. to induce regular action. It Stimu'aie*and I
I K"tulate9. v Very Pleasant to Tai r t 6Utbet I returned Saturday from a three therapeutic Unexcelled In the south ,",
tottle. week auto trip to North Carolina.:: east 5-25-tf. 'w



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:Mrs. L A. Dee, of 1-:\Mayo :Mrs. C. T 1RS. BHiUS TEltT.\lNEL-Z; ; K.KLt'It K.- L. Birt and family, C. A.- Dirt. I Starke. 7-20-2t. i R I'

"" """" "" "" i M ** D. Williams, of Charlotte, X. C., MrsC. and family, E. L. Prescutt and family ( ---- --.-- : : t

) Bits of F. Johns, of Perry, Mrs.[ J. F. Huntof and P. J. Pearce attended services at LOST-One collie dog. white' with I. ; '.

\, : Loral] @J Haines City, and :Mrs. D. J. Clark Tile 1.... K.. Klub \vus entertained' Rink church Sunday brown ears, named Jack. Satlsfac- J, ,; ,!t.., j\..(.

of Palmetto, who have been 'I I reword 1 for return J, F. ....
guests to
Friday ufernoon from 8:30: to 0:30: by Mrs. J. C. Dubose and 1 son, of V'ero, .f '
XiiioriiisUioii nt the home lf11':\ and Mra.\ Lorenzo 1 :Mrs K.; L. Biggs, at her home on N. are guests of Mrs.' Uubose's '(' Kickliter I Starku, PI a. !It ""1I'( '\\41' "' "\,
D. Green, left !Saturday for their respective I Walnut !' ____ 1':-;.; ": 41(1111'
n i street. :\ and Mrs.' David Jones this ", ,'('1// ...
homes. Jo'OUo.D--OIlt:: large also:: yellow mare .:
Five tables .
I for
n Concerning Our People, Business and I were arranged I Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Hunt has '11" .
'.;: Progress in the County (" ), ., bridge and at the close of the game their guests Mis. C. P. Saspr and mule has been taken up by me. The I r", :"
and GJ
Town. Friends here:! have recently receivedthe it was found that Mrs Nelle-: Hughes :i daughter Clara May, of I owner may have, same by "roving. '

r following announ'pment11': : had won first prize, u sandwich troy,1 I Ga. "allollta'l property anti paying for feed. O. .,'I\ i 'NII,.

'I John Morgan Darby :Miss Regina and Mrs.!\ Ed R. Net had made low, I :Mrs C. Sweat, Stiu'.ke._ 7-27-2t =. 'I ".t '.
'--.JJ James Cason and daughter\ I ----- ... $
:Marion BylusUa their 'j
and \
announce mar
i I' nuts below cost. Shoppe Elite D. E. Knight, I was presented with small ivory MSH| Mona: of Jacksonville, are this' FOIl RI': Furnished or unfurnished (pj
,, returned Thursday! to rlagu on Saturday, June 30, 1023., trny. .
her home I guests of Mrs. Cason's sister, Mrs, O. attractive modern bungalow/ fit'
in Lakeland.Mrs.
'heM. I "
j Fort :Myers, Florida. Mr. Darby is The
i hostess nerved
E. L. Biggs and little son, I charming punch I Haynes, this week. close in, delightful! sleeping porch, t< 'Iii
Monday in Jacksonville. well known here and his numerous throughout the afternoon and at the' Mrs T. J. Ihirden, had her and l all conveniences. Apply
pent I [ John B. Neff: as guest garagu '
and .
son, Tom extend .
congratulations.II. close
of the refreshments of
Jacksonville game > Sunday her daughter/ Mrs. Fonnull, to :Mrs.\ Nolle Hughes, Shoppo Elite: i ,t I4of
as were guests the first walnut devil's food and l I
cream, plain "
Mra. Edward Durns I" Clint Durden and
and daughtei" -
spent the
week of: Mr. and :Mrs. Ed R. A. Bishop, owner of the Starke cnke Vases and bowls of marigolds! :, FOR nF.o.I'l't:. Klngsloy Parlc I clean J.
of : 1 111's.\
er i in Gainesville. etr, on N. Walnut 'lalitI'll.h', and : o. L.Ueasley \
street. and Lawtey telephone exchange. was and zinnias were used for decornitions. 1 J I of Starke" and I Miss Itiihy1'yal and comfortably furnished npnttment .:"

in town Friday looking over the situation I for small family I Mrs Flora ,I 1'

,\ .i garden seed at J. F. Kickli- Lewis Hoffman, of Jacksonville, here with a view of putting in The invited guesti were Mrs. H I 'Kev., of Burke Tampa.will preach at the Jlothodi U. Cndy Phono 102.: : C2'tf.:: > __ I

It came Saturday afternoon to visit his a telephone exchange giving tWl.nty.fuur Brown of New-: York; Alias: Clara I t
t church Sunday I'EDS-It: not mailing
aunt, :Mrs Kate Davis already on our 1! .
who is at her :Mae burden of Miss, Dorothy
service. He endeavoring to Tampa;
is I
.. "I>. F. Brown of Tampa, was cottage at Kingsley lake. make Edwards of Jacksonville club ,, .\. Sullivan, of Vero visiting his'" list and) receiving! catalog, send 1 f
a trade with G. M. Clayton thepresent ;
afternoon. mother :Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, this name and address' fur our interesting -
-jiturday of the members :Mrs.\ Edward Hums, Mrs
owner system here to wI'l.k. and l t' I's
Miss instructive new fall cata
Laura Wynn returned home Florence Mrs.I O. L.
take his Powell Hnvnes,
over holdings.-MacclennyStandard.
Mrs. W. G. Seals of Jacksonville 1
!, log. Kilgore Seed Co., Plant City,
\ ale at factory prices for the Saturday after an week's visit with :Miss FIIII'ellllttht'w": } :\\'r' .. N. i e' '
was the uf friends here thin rin.
guest 7-20-7t-8-.il
?1Ire' month of August at :Mr. and :Mrs.V.. A. Drown, of Mid- I I tel'nLII'IIrs.:\ E. R. Neil, :Miss 1111.1 I v eek.Mis.. ,-_.-___ -.' I ,

MMi-hell's, Drug Store. dkburg.The/ da Struth :Mrs..1. W. ,\ndrjws! Jr., F
Jonteel (Combination Creme Jessie :Morgan and sons, liar- FOR SALE-:Missionary and Klon
for. :'Me on the Factortoyousale : Mrs.I: I F. L. Turner, :\h'.. A. /. Adluns, man Earnest, Charley: and George,! ke Strawberry plant, any quantity t

> Brown, of Jacksonville, spent :Methodist Sunday school had :at Mitchell's Drug Store- :Mrs Nclle Hughes Mrs. 0. .\. Collins\ are visiting :Mrs Morgan's I brothers, growing on new land, f'rlfrC'sh t

I, end here with his family. an enjoyable picnic yesterday at entire :Mrs O. L. Beasley, Ihs :\lnlel,1-
? month of August. Messrs. Emery and llurbert, Priest plants, reutlv dal.\- lot. If interest!. I
Kingsley lake, at :Mrs., Flora II.Cady's ler :Mrs F. F. Stumn. I
of Green Cove Springs. write J. M. Trilby, Stark, H-22:! t 10-20:! { 4 ,
''I I I' rt.iJu spent Saturday In resort, Kingslej- Park. The Fiddlers class\ of the Baptist -- ---- -- -- .
:Mrs S. It. John and, children, ofStuike ----
I ,;
'I'll EI.11A! : .\ \\Il-l1'-I: : BIKIIIIY I
< .t with relatives. Sunday ,school entertained last '
ty was were visiting hero this weik. FOR 8\I.f'-A: desirable! place, cor O
Mrs. J. 1.. Hood, of Mulberry, has Tuesday< by their te'lchp.r.Iis'i: Isabel PARTY J. K. Johnson and family, II. J. 1'1''r Nl Walnut and Ninth streets." A s

1. Crowder (is spending: two been ,'I.ltlng11'8.: W. W. Damdcn! fur Btillen, nt the Baptist t ar'onage. Various \att and funnily, of Stoke era 11..hI'uur. / lots fronting, on N Walnut and !

,Hi Lake City. three weeks. Her mother, Mrs. S. B. games and content.i .ere tn- Miss, 'llielma Andieu gave a nwrryparty lug in Clay county this \\eek.Mis. ) nest half block between Ninth and d
Denmark, is very sick at the Homo of Fiiduv afternoon ut I the home
lifter which hostess '
joyed the served .
J. C. Ihomas and children, of Tenth streets. Cottngo on corner ,
:Mrs[ Ial"den.Irs.:: :\ Hood left for her I'I of her parents, :.Mr. and :airs OttcnrAndreii ,
returned :Mon-
J. W. Morgan n daintily arranged ice course, carrying 'Valdosta Ga., ore guests of ;\Irll'i, North Walnut and 1 Ninth streets.

i in a visit with relatives in hume :\IUIIlIIl ". out the class colors, blue and! 1 I on Cherry street, the occasion Thump parents, Mr. and l Mrs. (O.I Terms I r'IIMonll"lo.Ir.: .. C'. W, r.i
I II Ie gold. All who were present enjoyedthe being her eleventh) birthday. I 1I11}'lies, this \\eek. I i iMr don tf o .
A I\.-\\ntlt'l'(" Hot Water bottle afternoon I The dining room wns! decorated in t
I and Mrs, J. V. Jones
I luul /111 i $$;
i Ueorge C. White is the guest I for :Sl.is:; ou the r.uortoou( ( I !pink, blue" and white, and the at- guests: lant week ;Mr. and l ;Mrs. C. A.Uurling \\\N'l'JoP.' :l > MUM with car to cull, 1

I Sinclair I,. Peek and Mrs. D. I "sale at :\l1tI11) Drug: :Store.; I Wednesday nflernoun !Miss Isabel triii'tivc-b' ranged; table was centered of Lake City. Complete'I line high; I I quality tires

i Month of \Ulut., by a large birthday cake which and tubes' .\ staking -
ut Kingsley lake. Mullen entertained by giving n thimble Mr.: and :Mrs.! C. I L. Houscr[ nnd II. money proposition
tea in honor of :Mrs Homer I K.l.imbautth was surrounded with cunning little II. \Veesteie: business visitors to fur either full or part tiniu. t

I I Turner has had a garage Just received (ruin factory beautiful of Tallahassee. The afternoon baskets tilled! with candy. Cut (lowers \VaIdo Saturday.Mrs. Exclusive I I tcirilory., SteilingwurlhTire

I "M his premises on WCT.I Call ( lii-c. \ Jam' iirgiiml.\" dresses, lat- was spent in pleasant conver- I and }potted plants were used in I'. L. Kilt wns (shopping I inS & Ituh!>I'r ( II.? Hast Liverpool, ,

: est styles 1 ; rensonable. Shoppe Elite. ution and ",sewing, followed, by de- profusion. tii iKe Tuesday.Mrs. Ohio. U* ,l .i

.... I l liirhlful refreshments, of rolled fruit After several games came the pen
-- -- I TiiuNl ot Waldo
i was shopping FOR)[ S.\ 1.1'-21! ncre furl, housu and
ellshelly- : fur truckers are preparing for sandwiches ti"-l I nut hunt in which Gussie Mne Bennett
i 1 u vith vellow ribbon
i re proof Garage :; :; hero Tuesday horse 7 of and'
ncros corn < permute
litld Tires at old price. I j largeacreage of strawberries for and. fern iced h'u. fancy cakes, fruit and lay Bone won the prize for .
Mr. :
p in l Ii and '11J.. H, 1I'Grll.I'r11': '' nlso some sweet potatoes. I will sell\
next Plants to be had finding the, most nuts. Ice cream and,!
i i sea.-n n are in .lello anti CHmlii'H. Th included '
:M.\ I I.. Mamri: ( ('l'il. Cyril and Verl cheap for rash or would cunsidoraiitomnliilo
Hike market is now well sup- I: plenty besides Mrs. Limlmugh, Misses! cake were served. Assisting !Mrs.Andri'ii :Manire'[ ; attvndfd services. at Chrl,- located .t.iiml I. went of J.i.: f

i th egg plants cowpea, corn | \Elizabeth Hiownlee Monu Alderman< in serving were Miss Swin- tiiiu church Sunday !Hard Shell church, Water Oak. J
:Mra. Ivu Lewis and 1 children who del, :\1.. ". Alvarez: nnd Mrs.I Newsom., f
,, Jessie Thomns Iris Kppei' and! Is-
.t I. !Mrs. .1. .1. :\lcU"lmhlleft this weekfor Ad.lrcss M.\ .1. !llutson, P. (O. Box t't' '
i have spent the past several weeks libel Bullen. The. :young I folks enjoying this !party
ikson\ille< where she will spend 2'22: : Went Palm Bunch Fla. i
I I with Mr. and :Mrs.: J. :M. Crownleo und wren'. June Bullen 1'lIulhwIiner.; ph
1. :sLtt; and family lire spend-1
some time and go from, them to 7-ia-st: : 49!
I II 1 Mrs. S. Brownlee:. returned Leila Den Andrews, Vivian Kite, iris: eye
r ( week at their Kingsley lake : yes- SK\\IN: I ; i Aitn! Swit/erlund to bo with her liiHlnind. i P.

.. teidav to their hume in Bui tow.Mm. Brown, Annie Belle Turner, IMelJciKcndrlck : : __ -------_ WANTr.DTO rnrr.'rollg.:: lr't't

--.- :Mrs. F..1. Scott gave a delightful\ fjussie :Map Hl'nllt.tt.loro.\ 'JU"'IIII" a Out.I aut r.notl: .Ir. t"4 I healthy innn, uxporlonred, in growing ?

I crisp wash dresses latest ma- : Robert iJarnetl Neal-: who has Hewing< party Friday afternoon com thy Tuiner, Evelyn, :Marjorie and, I'.. nt"i* r h. hn.l..: "..II.'v" i IT*'.I. t HtrawlierrleH! and raising 1'oul-
!Lena Belle and Clco us ,hI.UJp't: ,' .I i,., ,u i iI I.' "
md styles. :Shoppe: Elite.Kleno pent tl'e past two months with her plimentary to her daughter, :Mrs. S. Lillian Stump, I I d'e I '. i ur,, try wishes ,In 'lent Hinull farm oil
pUI'cnl"I.\ ... und Mrs. J. C. Will\ left C. Cornell, of Ormond. !Shepard, I'enella und Louise Snyder ..n Ii.,' I Inj, t.:..W ';h'i't.I I I. '. .11! MIUI. I.. ',turnthr. .. ,'\crvthmg Is. till'E '. ',

Dental Creme for 19ci Tiif-ilfi'i for her home in Roanoke, The guest were entertained on the Mary Brawnier Martha Brownli-e, xhr(1inrhuling 1 house.I Mai, ried, y, c

i I the factory-to-jou "sale, at the Va. porch' which wan, decorated. with baskets :\llIrA'l1rptVilliunll., Virginia Alvarez I (::rand: :; worker: : will muku::: money. : for:: i

ffcxall/ Store Jlonlh of August." of crepe myrtle and nasturtiums Allen Long, J. O. 'I'urn'r1'I'rill: Mi\ PENTAWORIUCOLUMN E 0 (In ntv I u'r. I ItoHl I t of r"'rl'u''R. AdIni :T dl's

I LI//: ett's Opeko (Coffee, two while bowls of zinnias were used in I !Millan\ I Merrill Futeh A. I E. Wall, Si- n-nI I Allen Fimiliik, 32t-B:! Knsl: (

R. A. Weeks and children ofr pounds for ,">?: c on the FadorJ- the dining room. Ins Kite, Stanley Bennett, (ChaileKickliler '' 'Hind St, .larksunvlle), Fin. It* 1.

sale at Mitchell's The hostess J. Junior McDonnld: ) Roy, _
<- are at Kingsley lake occu- I toou :; Ihug assisted\ by Mrs T. -- ..
the Weeks cottage. tol'e.Ionth: of August.& Quigley, :Mrs.\ A. W. Anderson and Randolph! and Henderson Mores, Paul 1'- To Cure n Colil In ()n" I If,,yfako )1

:Mrs. Homer B. Limbaugh served iced Knight. AXAFIVK: 'IIKIMI OIIININK!: I riiMiMn VM
I ""iflth' H I'uiirili amt Shoal li,.. and. nrk4 ftff h
dis I E. K. Pcrryman and little son I.utiun Wainvvright, who for several tea and sandwiches.McRAENEWSOM. WANTED Good, renter fur twoImrne .1,1, h W. .. / "I"oanaorouaealhu: l ::0,..,
flA\II''I'O: :>l
"n.'U, have been at Kingsley lake years has been employed in the farm within -
mile ofSturke. 'I'IIE:; J.o'N'
O'Henry Hotel at (;Greensboro. N. C., : ; 1 JOINItrotherhood) : : v"I
week visiting Mrs S. L. Peck 27. The school is B.I I E.: Knight 7-127-tf:! }, t9
is the guest of his sister, :Mrs. J. F. Hampton July TI

R. Poppell and family, of Luke Kickliter. at Kmgsley lake. The spacious home of Mr. and Mrs. progressing under the able management FOR RENT-Furnished _or .unfur of American Yeomen( [

cr, were guests Saturday of his G. B. Newsom onV"sl Madison of Prof. C. T. Law horn. The wished, apartment. Phono 14" of Pen Monies' Iowa, will well yon the
enrollment is more than one hundred I cheapest. legal reserve 20), life insurance -
The Woman's Club benefit wedding pay
a the t 76tf.
street was
"nts, :\11'. and Mrs. J. II. Poppell. gave seen" : a betty -
card pllrtIonday: evening nt the Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock now in Florida! No ehurgo for M
:Miss Daisy Moore of Theressa, was \FOR SALK:-Concretu well curbing, examination.Ag A
Mi,, of DeLand club house, and realized a neat sum when their daughter, :Miss Eula Mae
s Evelyn Taylor
to visit Miss Elizah towards the building fund. became the bride of Mr. Russell Sage the guest of Mrs.! C. E. Harper and 2i inch. Concrete cradles. and 1(1( per month $2.17; age 21,

i come Brownlee.today McRae. :Miss Hattie Turner eat Saturday. mnikers' for children' IIrllve".1 2.i.lj: : ; ago 2fi, $2.17:! ; age! no, $2.70;

Clifford Blitch who is attendingsummer Little :Misses Ethel and Inez: Mc- M. B. Bryant and :Mr. Raymond of jmgley Ilrovin Co. ago )5) $2.UH; age to, $:l.r)5:) ; age 45,

school at the University of Rae, of Palmetto nieces of the Fort Myers who have been visiting $.1.80; age r>0, $ 1..12; age f fife I), $...:.11! ; f. -i
Mrs. J. S. Brown and son, Harold, groom FOR 8/\I.F-.1\I1IIMlullllry and 1 Klon-
in Griffin Gn.; are spending a few age CO; ft.ni. Every: additional thou-
Florida will tomorrow to visit acted as flower girls and lavishly
f Plant here this week at dyke strawberry plants, $1 I
City, were per
'ieir Kingsley lake cottage. at the home of his aunt :Mrs. H.L. strewed the path of the bride with days with friends and relatives. here, thousand f. o. h. Green Cove. Heady' sand $ I.20 less per year. _
while on their way home. : Whole life much cheaper ,4
Hrownlee. rose petals. for immediate shipment. J. S. Mar-
K. B. Watterson was a business : See R. S. Humphrey and insure *r
Miss Josie Hoffman of Jackson- The bride Is a charming and attractive -I maduke, Green( Cove Springs, Ma. yf'your
visitor to the county site :Monday. life and! protect loved nisi
tie, came Saturday and is the guest A 30c tube of Hexall Shaving young lady, was attired In I 7-27-Ht-tl-U*_ 7-20-4t '

I '>' her aunt, \Mrs. Kate Davis at Cream given away with every ITiry" canton crepe trimmed in lace
\ Kingsley' lake. purchase of a special 98c shaving and carried a large: bouquet of roses. KINGSLEY LAKE-Paul E. Canova

I, Miss Ethel Raulerson, who is ntndmg brush. Mitchell's.Mr. Her sole attendant was Miss Lily Mc cottage for rent. $15 per week. For Sale

Rae, sister of the groom, who wore fr Cash with application. Peek &
summer school here, spent Va.
week-end in Lake Butler with her : and :Mrs E. D. Davis and sons, blue satin. Mr. Jesse Newsom, of fr Burns, Starke, Fla. 6-11-tf\ MISSIONARY, -"PLANTS u a

Edward and Corbett and daughter, Jacksonville, a brother of the bride,
i rents. FOR KALE $2.00 Thousand the lied
-Missionary strawberry per or by
Miss Jewel :Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. Bran- was best man.
the thousand IF \0I| WANT I CAN
plants by the
or by PLANTS
i and well and son, L. A. Jr, If listings.Mr. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell bed cheap. I.. A. Kahr route A, :SKI.I: (011. SEE: : .
''uiirhter, Lucile left Monday for ator : and :Mrs. A. B. Davis, of White M.; J. :McRae wile reared in Starke : e

and Springs were week-end guests of :Mr. and is well and favorably known. I v tnr.
trip to City
Piles. Curvet rr. o to 14 OLJXI (
and :Mrs G. C. Sweat. The impressive ring ceremony was
'ulosta Ga. 'i 0 i .if P, ZO OINTVEVf: '. M. F. BROWN
performed by Judge R. A. Green, In' . .
R I I. I h.;: .1J tutrixlll: : tut I'liitrUiluiH I i i ii I
Buy Kelly Springfield Tires :Mrs. Nelle-: Hughes has returned the presence of relatives and a few v V. i..IU.. >e ''Kit.':nit !>.,: a.aud. ; 'u a'. writ irK E. .'.,,\.

home after a business trip to Balti- intimate friends of the contracting 'a.
only standard tire that has pa ,
not advanced. Fireproof Garage ..::.;o -:mid :'cw01 k, where she purchased parties. The young couple will! reside t 'IIE Iof,9I S ? .
goods for the !Shoppe Elite. in :Starke.:

Mrs J. T. Small and children Ger- While away ;Mrs. Hughes visited )I
D. C.Mr. H. 1'. I'. (J. PICNIC
friends in Washington Insured but
de and Willie, of Jacksonville, yes
:e been visiting \Mrs. Small's slllr. -
for how much HIRE
:Mrs. T. C. Morris. : and :Mrs. J.) C. Poppell and children Thursday evening the B. Y. P. U. &

Ruth. Isla and Joseph, who have enjoyed a picnic at Kickliter's landing The question of how much innuranrc .

Mrs B. :M. Teppe and :Mrs. Stark- been visiting!! at the home of his par Kingsley lake. The committeeon you should carry cannot !a dt
: J. II. Poppell l left<< arrangements were Alvin Beck
ather, of Jacksonville were guest ent-Mr.; and Mrs. be answered until your insurance
mday of Mrs. Clyde Alvarez at Saturday for their home in Plant Misses Eunice Perkins and Blanche gent known. how much it would
Alderman who did!
everything possiblf -
lake. City. rout to replace your property.
'_ I make the
/ to evening pleas
; pass
When you have settled that fart ,, y

Mrs. S. T. Dell and children who I :Mr. and :Mrs\ F. E. Robertson and antly. you' have answered. your IIU.II' "
the After a swim in the refreshing waters Hudson Super Six by
,. been spending several weeks at family of Tampa, are spending tion. ii" j4.
the the sat down
at Kingsley lake. :Mr.Robertson of lake party
''Ksley lake returned Saturday to I Ilr week camping
; ,
connected with the to a supper of fried chicken sandwiches Adequate insurance means a
home in Gainesville. IDaira lice department is of Tampa and 1'0-1 I salad cake and! fruit punch. cure indemnity in a biff, well Trip or Hour

1 at Kingsley.Ra.pberry Those attending this. pleasant af- known company. 'Ihm agency '
second summer
Talc for 19c!) on the is his L'Smith's
fair were :Misses Beatrice Bullen represents the Hartford Fir In.

I Uctory-to-you sale at Mitchell's'drug \ ''' Jam two for ific Blanche and Mona,[ Alderman, [Isabel .uran'e ('"mp"ny. For over a 'i

Store entire month of Au the factoryto- !ale entire Bullen Mildred' Gill, Ruth and Islu century thin.
gust. > on month of .august at Mitchells.Mrs Poppell, of Plant City. Ethel Rauler saving the victims of Are from J

son, Midred' Crosby Jessie Thomas, financial ruin.
Mrs Charles Larsen and little son .:, -
mrtck Lucile and Louise
Eunice Perkins
have been visiting her sister, :MrsPREVENTION Sarah L. FOR SAn: AND! SURE I
that will inrlude Griffin, of Bronson S. C., Eunice Bennett -
for H western trip INSURANCE:'>I : CALL I
1 1i. m npoints of interest, among Lois Drake Messrs. Charles Garage '

titer Pin takes la I Iremody them being Yellowstone Park and Darby Willie Agin, Alvin Deck, One & Co.
tlus ellT" Tott' J. R. Davis
I Wiggins, Charley Johns, Hamilton Il.tgency i
Uau. i.not only a for but pre-not Pike's Peak. It will take the party,

SICK' HEADACHE I of which :Mrs.\ Ilamnck is a member.two Hitch Herschvll Crosby Barney }Ie-
.oI-._ eo.uieutl tumJni. SUM* \ weeks to reachBnn! Francisco, Rae Charlie Cooper Thomas Limbaugh << Established 111MSTltKE. PHONE 12Oi

Pills whets ,tie will viiil; her daughter :Mr. and Mrs Geo. C. White FLA. j

Tutt's Mrs W. K. Swinyer. j|i Dr. and, Mrs' J. J, BulUn

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je ii t ,1 I! t r i' : r : I \ t St. LUC \!-A county-wide dairy a- 'j SIII.TS WITH. UNRULY. CONVIETS I in Fall FrocksI
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With The Bradfordit' sociation was organized here this I
1. :1 week, representative dairymen of the J
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I :1 county taking part. Experimental No' Effort Made to Protide a "lied of II .ene of horror greeted him. The ,
I'i Ease" for State Convict* :Maine was Hiiiking.
County Farmers if 1I i demonstration in killing weeds along I
of began
The naval career Sigsbeo
our drainage canal by means of sodium I -
I J No' effort was made by Florida of. when he was a boy of 11 years Born .
arsenate was given.
!.._.......... .......- spray I ficials in framing( the law that abolished in Albany, N. Y., 1845, he entered I

,f, I "ll l : IJ!I 'l_ :: :T.1.. Hamilton-Slight improvement in I 1 ease tho which whip to the provide recalcitrant! a bed prisoner of'- 'i]'four Annapolis years in later.1851)' ) and He, was was> /graduated: (issiirneii I
our cotton has been noted this upon I
d l I DANGER (It' ROOT KNOT Ul RAL COMMON( : SENSEIhe crops | could recline at will. At the : to the West Gulf Squadron' and at I '
., t 10 CHOPS LESSEN::; : I week., duo to improved weather conditions same time every effort was made to the nge of W' was following! /dmirul 1 1I 1I aiI ;t r

) d I '1 Johnnon Family Attends Farmers I tind the happy medium between the I Farragut as an ensign: through the I I I
)1 ) Recent Tents !'rfl\'" Conrluitivoly That and Fruit Growers' Weekly tI I harshness! of the lath! and the other battle of Mobile bay At i0:! he was '
Putnam-Truck growers are preparing -,
Bunch Velvet Meant and Constant' |I fall Cow. extreme. Such is the ubstance ,f fighting under Porter at Fort Fisher
their land fur crops. I
k ;. Cultivation Reduce Losses. From ( Spuds Johnson) 'pens' corn and peanuts are showing I expressions by official! who were instrumental and at 23: he hud been promoted to ,
I Nematodes I in reforming the Florida the rank of lieutenant-commander.
Yes, I'm going Aren't you ? It's up well on the higher lands I
meet me in Gainesville! that I'm saying convict: laws.
Beaten at their own /game is the to my neighbors now, for I'm I St. Johns-Organized a juvenile I The law was framed after thoroui/h! TOO MUCH MONEY

I kt i case of the nematodes against/ the milking preparations to go up to that Jersey calf club with nino members, study of the penal institutions in the I
farmers of this state. Or, at least it city to take in the annual week for all of whom own purebred calves. The I j Southern states by two cabinet olU.als (! The money stock of the United
is now possible to beat them at their : farmers and growers, AUA'ustJ.ll./ membership of our cooperative truck- : of tho state gove; nnient J. C.j States including coins and currencyof
3 own game I Yes, sir! And I'm going to take ers' organization grows daily. :Met :j Luning state treasurer, and W. A. nil descriptions, totals $8,603,000-
I A year non the Results of experimental the whole family; the wife and all the with the county agent and a delegation McRae, commissioner of agriculture.They iioo. That is an increase of $3,284-
j work conducted at the, Florida children. We are just ordinary folks I of potato farmers from Volusiutuunty visited virtually all prisons located 000,000 since 1914 The United I.I I.I I.
( :; I I in the South it is stated. They States Treasury so. vft'
I' Experimental Station were announced --this Johnson family is-but we are : to confer regarding; the formation says
t t along with recommendations! to beginning: right now to having our of a cooperative association: did not go to the northern and wes- This litle exercise in arithmetic a tliA
I I the farmers! particularly the truckers J'! vacation at least once a year And, among the growers tern states because of the differencein suggests itself. If you will divide
I .' ( I whereby a stop could be made to i by /gum: and by golly we've selected : climatic conditions that make the the 8,603 million dollars (our present LJ J t
this very serious post of mont common j the state university's annual farmers Alacliua-Held boys club camp on methods used in those. sections impracticable stock into the 5,312 million dollarsour I '
I, h field" and truck crops. After another week, for that regular vacation. Wauifhburg lake 2i boys attending in the mild climate of this ( 1914! stock) it will bo seen that
in which further tests'', .tate. the 1914 stock was just about 62
year Being just ordinary folks we are with several local citizens. Had a
were conducted along these lines J. I IR. going. to combine pleasure with bus! !- good time. After ubsertinir the actual operation per cent as large as our present .
'''Watson cntomoligst in charge of' noss on our vacation. There is no '+ of the various system of handling stock. One of our 8,603,000,000 dollars JjI
1 I the work repeats his statement that I worry about the business end of this .lIlton-Our grape crop is very prisoners by the different Southern buys just about as much now as
i II t the method is a success I i| vacation for those professors up in fine, indeed; harvesting and shipping! states collecting' / data on the subject 62 cents would buy in 1914 accordingto 6 I : te
oJ I In Professor Watson's own words, C'ainexville can give you more hot now. Crops are looking fine but the and discussing various phases of the anal; sis. ; ab $
l I I'.+1 "The tests of the year indicate that '' farm stuff in a day than neighbor Sf boll weevil is making good headway the .subject with official charged with If some three billion dollars were

a fl, j 14 we hnve in this method of trpatin" Smith 'ind, Ian chew and spit tobacco with the cotton. the administration of prison affairs withdrawn from the present stock I sv
r 17 infe"tt"soil\ a remedy by which the over for a week They can tell! the two officials returned to Tallahassee by some magical process would
trucker in n single! summer can reduce you the latest '.ml the bent, on just Clay-Plans are being/ made to set .' and submitted their findings to prices recede to the 1914() level ? In I
f I I 11; tho root-knot trouble to such an about anything/ pertaining to Florida out a large acreage of strawberrieshere Governor Harduc and his cabinet. the disruption of business they prob- I
f + I extent that he can !grow susceptible agriculture and, I had n letter from next year; most growers have That body then threshed the matter : nbly would. Not having enough mon # 'vr
H crops on the land through the following t the dean telling me that they had their fields worked out clean to grow out, giving consideration to all angles ey to carry on, business would stagnate .S19s: ...gy I
winter and spring./ This \\i by nil some special! big "guns", who woulnhoot < runners. Hundreds of acres of cowpeas of prison discipline. It was finally until it reached a level where: it
odiN< the most economical method of off this time have been sown here for soil improvement agreed! that the consensus of I could adjust itself In that period !
t ( ( freeing the land of the root-knot neI1l11tode. I! And for the pleasure part, the letter and for hay. The only opinion pointed to isolation and confinement :, no $000,000 purses would, be thrown I .'
( ii ." | said that Brown and Ayers and trouble we ever have with club boy us the method producing the in the lap of bronzed gladiators and '

r, The method consists of growing Bluckloek and Lord have a lot of stuff about pulling fodder is when his father maximum effect of discipline upon I' itself? Well, one prize-fighter received r, '' krl bunch velvet beans on the land during planned for us country folks. They requires him to. the stubborn prisoner yet doing him $120,000 for 40 minutes' work _
i I the summer months keeping/ the are going to put on a barnyard golf: the least personal harm the other evening, and another was ul>ove creation la'' ,i ir.iem r.. 'I
1, soil constantly cultivated in order the tournament. I ,don't know exactly Madison i -All treated cotton field.- The plan of punishment as adoptedwas paid $SO,000 for roughing him up. .'atlndaee.l fro >'. : .
) y t nir may enter to make possible the what it Is, but if it's pitching horseshoes will make a good half crop, while untreated designed, for discomfort those in I The promoters had left $200,000 to | l leads ti-liiunliiK which tflng catches a K ?l ) + k' hatching/ of the nematode eggs. The J! I'll be there to win all stakes ones in most cases are absolutely charge of the prisoners say, and it is : pay other expenses and for profit. I of circular skirt info a I'linei' ) '
9 velvet bean is immune to the netnur ;( Just about everything/ in the diction ruined. One thing our demonstrations declared to be extremely effective yet In the ambitious West a few days pwk and short -deeves with .,
Lode live' have taught the farmer is far less severe than the lash. When ago they paid a husky gentleman flounce wise. complete IliNm, ,t
that in, the worm cannot (
plan-ned \t I K
upon its roots! as It can upon those of I to plant a smaller acreage to fertilize the prisoner !becomes unruly he is $300,000 to entertain the cowboys for I gown.hat n.Mut't': topped: dy a iiinl brow i ibeailiil nn'hi It
/ many other plants such as cowpeiis.j sortment for the women boys and to work fast and to treat. merely placed in a cell 6 1-2 feet long a single hour. And another who luiK. lei.J coiilm i ; <
1 okra tomatoes, peaches and, potntot' girls and, babies. by feet wide. There! he is forced to fought for nothing received a purse I outfit.

( : i jl jli ''. The eggs and. the worms require Yes, we're getting ready to take it Brevord-The orange crop is especially stay until he agrees to obey the rules. of several thousand dollars from his '
q 1 heat moisture nnd air in order I all in. The old colored man is goingto promising in both quantityand By the insertion of a small partitionhe admiring townspeople. ,
f 1 to hatch and live Therefore, to treat tend to the horses and cows and quality. Farmers planning to is forced to stand in a restrictedarea Those figures indicate one reason I
the land Is such a way that these requirements 'chickens while we are away. The plant large acreage to fall toma or eke sit down on the floor- why it takes so much money to runa i Suffer
are supplied! and then to wife's fixing/ up a batch of sorter halfway toes. he is not provided< with chair or cot- country.
grow an immune plant (or no plant clothes for us to take along, for until he makes up his mind. The Such statistics bristle with les- from sunburn?
t for that matter) on the land, is to we don't want to ruin our best but Santa Rosa-Present dry weather prison authorities do not deprive him tain simple little truths suggest
r F h force the eggs to hatch out and the we plan to look pretty pert, we John- makes cotton prospects especially of his food, but continue to give him themselves. For example when pricesare MENTHOLATUM
EIa I ,, IF young worms to starve to death for I sons do. promising in the face of recent bad full rations except as a last resort above normal, more money is re- cools and heals.
prospects. when he says he nosiHvr.K-_ will.. .. null, nniraa..; tit .. .. Km :.. ,. f\ &L.Aother
+ want of roots in which they; can live. po' o ..-. -- I'-ntflfld. ., .. UWA"* "n."f.. VII* ...'"
In further explaining his method ALL AROUND PROGRAM: FOR work or obey rules.: hand, if a flood of money be I

!Prof. Watson says: "After applying/ GENERAL .'AIOIEItT STATE Wakulln-Farmers are all enthusvd This method! is said to be effective unloosed or an unsuspecting/ market
))4 T t this method, last year to certain plots UNIVERSITY FARMERS WEEK over cotton prospects. Crop i is I yet comparatively humane. Officials would prices Advance ? Certainly. I*
r known to be badly infested with the I good with few weevils and fields in I here say that from thirty minutes to the relation between the buying power ASPIRINSay
,' i h worms, sunflowers, which are badly The farm crops program during which Florida method was used i is three or four hours usually sufficesto of money and the stock of money
5u 1 4i attacked by the worms, were grown Farmers'! and Fruit Growers', Weekat sufficient proof that cotton can be cause a change of mind. venerable athletes.
y' on those plots this spring. They have the University of Florida.. August : grown/ here successfully To some sentimentalists the method Free spending indicates prosperity, I "Bayer" and Insist: !
s just been harvested and their growth 6.11, will be brim full of information, : of punishment may look. cruel officials in broad view. That is too bail when
l And yield were such that there canI' advice and suggestions of value to HIGHLAND say, but they have found it impossible the spending is foolish. The timeto
no longer be any question as to the the general; farmer and stockman. to yield to sentiment; they make hay is while the sun Is shining .
t effectiveness of tho method. I This program will deal with the Highland July 27.-B. H. Kicks declare that the change/ must get re .-Tampa Tribune.
4 t i "The method should, be started as important crops adaptable to a practical left Wednesday for hid home at Stuart suits 4.1
t I noon as the spring truck crop has diversified farming system suit. after a two weeks visit with, relatives WOODLAWNWoodlawn
been harvested. The velvet beans'! ''able to Florida conditions.In here, ADMIRAL SUiSUEE.; OFFICERON

should be planted in rows about three' speaking of the Florida farmeras Mrs. Richard Lee spent Saturdaythe ILL-FATED MAINE, DIES July 27.-Mr*. J. S.
feet apart, dropping the beans six related to this coming farmers'I guest of relatives at Starke. Norman and son, Francis Howard,
inches apart In the rows This Is I week, S. W. Hiatt who was instrumental Joe Mare, of Lawtey, was a visitor New York, July ll! .-Rear Admiral and :Miss Debbie Phillips left for Miami
F much thicker than Is ordinarily recommended in arranging the program for here eMonday.: Charles D. SigsUee retired Friday where they will visit relatives
for running/ beans but it farm crops, said: It. D. Prescott E. L. Griflls and II. captain of the ill-fated battleship and friends.
is nccensary to plant them this thickIn i I "Results obtained through experiments C. Wimberly Jr., attended church at Maine died suddenly at his home !Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Starling of
order to get a good stand which and practical farm operations Hiddleburg Sunday.G. here today. Highland visited in this section Sun-
will thoroughly shade the ground, j will be thoroughly discussed for the II. Barker left Friday for South Admiral Sigsbeen had been in day. !Master Allen Starling accom Unless you see the name "Bayerpackage 'sqe
i "The beans should be cultivated at benefit of the farmer desirous of bettering Jacksonville for a short visit with his poor health for the past two years panied them home. 1 or on tablets you ore n'" .;
twist once a week throughout the season 'I his general farm practices. sister, Mrs. E. S. Carpenter.Mrs. though only yesterday he was out J. S. Norman and little daughter ring i the genuine Bayer pram ,it' ,'
and In our tents they were hoed ''| Our program is based on the best J. A. Starling :Mr. and Mrs. riding. His death was due to heart : Myrtie went to Lawtey Sunday af-, I sunned and bv physicians over null'twent1years ,n' "+r""r'
prevail afby
once or twice to keep them nbsolute- (' practices and Is planned for the par- C. B. Starling were vision to Starke failure. Arrangements for the funeral ternoon.
ly free of all weeds or grass in the' ticular benefit of the small dirt farmer Thursday. have not been made but he :Misses! Beatrice and :Marguerite attended Toothache Colds Headache, /
." Messrs. Bonner and C. :M. Click of will be buried Lumbago
roots of which the worms might live. in Arlington ceme- church at Lawtey Sunday. Earache Rheumatism'
.,u This! treatment keeps the soil aerated. Farmers are urged to bring their Jacksonville were business vision ; ter, Washington, probably next 1V". E. Torode of Lawtey passed Neuralgia Pain, Pain
so that there U. always plenty of oxygen families with thsm to Gainesville for here Friday. :Monday. through this section Monday. Accept "Bayer Tablets! of AS, '
for the eggs.. Never allow a'' this week of farm and home study Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Starling visited Witnessed Tragedy :Misses :Musbeth and Dannie Lnrra- only Each unbroken 1' .',>" I "
i I) crust to form on the soil, or the air and instruction as there will be some relatives west of Lawtey Sunday Rear Admiral Charles Dwight more of .Aachua vl"itedIiss! Low proper direction. Dandy 'I.." 'I'-' ='
twelve tablets cent"
supply will be cut otT and the eggs '|thing for all to study and benefit Sigsbee rose to fame through one Norman this week gists; also| sell cost bottta\ few of 24 n '
will lie dormant In the soil and. thus ,; from. Board and lodging can be secured Mr and Mrs. Jesse Chesser and) of the greatest naval disasters in D. L. Phillips visited Lawtey Monday Aspirin is the trade mark of ''
defeat the success) of this method. A in the university dormitoriesfor children, of Winter Haven arrived American history the "blowing up afternoon.Mr. Manufacture\ / of MononeeticaciJtfiiSnlieylieaoM. ,f
: 4i iiingle hard rain will pack the soil u dollar u day, or just oft the Sunday for a visit with her parents, of the Maine." He was 52 years old and Mrs. Dan Starling and lit : _
hard, enough to shut the air out. Con. I campus or up town at reasonable! !Ir. and Mrs. Mryant Wilkinson.Ben at the time a captain a veteran of I tIe! son, Edwin of Lawtey, visited in
tant cultivation is essential, to suc- 1 rates. Williams spent Saturday and the Civil war,, and an Inventor of 1 ,this section Sunday afternoon.
cess Sunday with friends In Jacksonville.J. deep-sea exploring and sounding Misses: Edna and Nettie Osteen
i "As soon as the beans. have matured i A TONIC A. Guess, of Jacksonville, was apparatus. Carl and Oscar Carter of Woodlawn,

.1 1 stock shoulJ be turned in until the Grove's Tasteless clilii Tonic: res.ores transacting business here Wednesday Captain Sigsbee commaniier of attended the baseball game at the
,,'' beans are eaten and the vines well Energy: and Vitality by Furifyinit and afternoon. the Maine was ordered to Havana 'tate Farm Sunday.
'.' broken up. Bunch velvet bean. decay Enriching the Blond. When you f""lilll Mr. and :Mrs. F. D. Lang were visItors harbor to protect American lives and I p.a.
more rapidly than the running to :Middleburg! Sunday.The property during the crisis of the Cuban
type, strengthen!! !, Invigorating effect see how --
f and If the trucker wishes to tho rebellion against in 1898.1 flow pin
pick It brings color to the cheeks! and howit Spain () Got Name.
: seed he should pick them promptly improve the appetite. you 111: then On the evening of Feb. 15th the | Spain etymoioKlcnJIy) means( Rail
nt soon as they are ripe. After picking appreciate Its true tonic value. Woodlot big white battleship had been riding 'Mt Peninsula. The -vord is, accord.
J the beans turn the rest of the Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply The farm womllot can furnish work quitely at anchor for more than I \l Ins to good authority derived from 'I.
t;: crop under." I t, Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup So tor men nail teams during till winter two: weeks. Captain Sigsbee went to the Tunic ShHfan-rabblt. This aol-
pleasant even children" like It. The blood months when oilier murk Is soiree. Besides his cabin shortly after 8 o'clock and mal hoe been very numerous In the We
ti :;{ the QuInine Teal Docs hot Ailed lit? Reed! needs QUININE:' to Purify It and IRON to alilln the farmer on the labor wrote a long letter to his wife. country, often de-troJ'lnVllol.. Grind Our Own Lcn-os
f' BM-a..... of Its took end la..tlve. .1'1..... LAXA Enrich it. Destroys Malarial question. the \\oixllot\ run supply a portion By crop African ferrets
". TIt HROMO Qbl:>llltTab: "'.) can bt taken germs anr of tin Imildluu material, the bulk the: time he had finished many of the drive the were kept to NODELAYQainesQille

1{ I 1 by< "onyime'. h.......wIthout t;.W.GKO\cnuHinil; 8 n'nmuiiiu."l4l<, Strengthening! Invlg.r. of th. _r."lr. nn| lililtMrlul m__. p._. .and._-. .u. In.....ft.".. .niirf..... ._. J28 men and 26 officers were asleep. we nnd the nnlmnli rnhhlt out often of their hol_ Fiona ,
1 If not nil, of the fuel used ou the average The captain had just enclosed the let %) old! Spanish' cotta _
IItf -I[ (urill. In ,1.lItlllo. the well-kept ter in an envelope and started to
1 woodlot may be umde a source of out seal it when a deafening; roar sounded
GENERAL INSURANCE side (.iiinme throng.. sales of timber, through: the ship. The great vessel H. HAROLD Prmdrat HUME Win. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON.
ties or fuel woad! began to list. Groping ills way thru Vie.Prmd.nt 3... .& Tr....

INMAN & RITCH No Worms In a nealtliy Child the dark Sigsbee reached the deck. Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry

dJ Al 1 children trouble) with Warm have -- Supplies
FIRE. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILELocated tit unktfii.thycnlnr. Honest Goods
which Indicate poor blowl.and ass J. L. SIMMONS Prices
mln. (hire M mora o.I Imu Momirh diiturbic PLUMBER AND ELECTRICAL Prompt
/ Farm
in building of E. A. Strout Agency. Office opta 14 tRO\ES TASTELESS: CHILL TOMC area" t.-nu- Shipment
Hoar Every Day. 'laxly fortvourthra track wll> tnricb the muul.eupriw CONTRACTOR Ask
; tb.dlaeetbnsadaltarss.o...:StreaPh! ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN your ighborH|.ki _.
f'I' ; STARKE, FLORIDA mint T..teto. ih*l whole taauams.aadth.Caa.IMtt1.Wpat .y...ro. Natursweltbsnthrowoaerdbnl ,; | Telephone 133-J "C a U .. price lilt 1>>b.for4bayi. "

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l.i' 'i I I __... 847.93 ;I. 1..1 do _--. __ .. ._ Pay of *h.r.tT ; tU'ndnne.a. "
t I H Thomas on 912 fence late 61.00 S S .. ._ _. ; cm County
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--t- Y4': "hjgowf I III .size hammock I on"d'rit- 164.52 on |.li rr.i j"
do you mule* __ .. .- __278S.OO M h). "" 'h' ; K ,vli F" IllIthiand> road __ ____. )-_..; 1.00 Attorn.v t fi>r eotitttv '
j want'! Bank of Stalk one half on for l x US,00 W I B: 'loradv ela for _____ 388 SiIlm'isir .n.nmllonpl. 40.00
I d.r ---- ------- '- '7".11"i1 I Summer (Uirl. nutlw "_u ___ -- .__ __ _276800 M : ): 'ivipi\ed li; Town of Stnrkc l Irew ('n. *ui>plli4 brllwu.uu... 9.77 K.|>Mlni ( County ml .. HO.00 I
7) \. \ -Oh, small ham.i Cmli,,. one half frt for lumliir Jv luldln. ._
\. a. and ehantra on 94 403 Monfan scratch pad .._____. .76 r ulirIl.oue _. _. ... _.. ,
'. I ..f i mock just big enough fur but mul.) __.____...__..?.. 23770 April 3. in-rlvpd iWuJ" Canh tamied. | envclolie (Ilvl I .___.. 94.SO .Uil ..,,. 100.00 -
0 ''''" one, <.H | half frt and oh. Stnrk leli'plionn ? -- --------- --
Co. Ilh. -
84 852(14 ,
I ". on ( \I. .HO I'llFlllItirO ROll t'li fort 1001

: (( : :r.; :" er-strong' enough for two. \ mill.M' r arlw); .onp- --irni 2--ear----r::: $217.HO%M 07 .1 I1.1 I \- ;;i-t W of Starke... 1." A A Dllnlcn i ISIWIISII May I.Iruate 1121. meeting 8,Oil .lal CourtttotiHM' -;----.a..,......, 100AO '.

| \ M riarhv Aiiril' 2ii, h'i; ; W K -- -- --------'-"-- 100.00
( c I' one half on 2 ear feud __ 631.60 : ; To.v do __ _"_n___ 800 r. l"n... of County MuUd.nvm( .
(1.r-; .. ;{ ) \ taxo* .1 I I .... I
36426 4
Matter of, Pound-t March I. I ( "n. cn -------u sOn trml.ciK And ...h. ntirnilniitn .......... 400.0(1( t. _
'" .''' Cheer Prow CP .n"".' "' .2_ 10,OS May I 1. ..I'V Taye* t1 Kutch .Ia. Knttary __.__ ) I l-iiiM, find '"11 wnt.-r ._.. .__. '

J ., \ \ up old man \\ hy doii'tyou Axihurn H.wl." .. 1'\1..____.__.._.-. HO,HO 'tJiae .- 608,31)ltiqv C A Fuueh .ril'n'.I. h_ u." 7.117 liiMiirnttci' _--,_,--........... IO.I". I
.tIh ,' 0. ? 10 reccued from county' commi M 1 n Carter La*ley Itnl- tar of ( I
: | drown "Wil < .._ _. 23B B2 I.b In .10 'nul"? I.u.
) .u'.I. :
jour sorrow ?
ford .
., '' 1000.00 rond 10.6" 40 ,.
M A --- -
S.n mute a,01 --- nmdo to
1.c -'\ I That would he murder and Florida Machine) .. pun driver cant. May 16""iiweUed ;r; Alarhtia countyon ? ll Carmlcbael .'bi; ;* \"no., i-mii-iT autnldtt of ,1
be. ". ;; h.I.'a ,
I I 'loan HI! 00 I :' --- --- ... M 21 illltllCeUfl.e.l .. ..' .100 ('. I iurUirwi ---------.1.000.00
..sides *he'n binder than I am. W R Warren -bulldlna--$ ,- --fvnra- ---mail---; --:::: May 25 rrrn) HV Hiiye J K Johtinon I labor on roatl -.- O.oo nt .. juror ,
1 10 00
: and .
: .Ir.v" _..
i 800.00
: Tfiltl'a lane 209747 A A Ourden nod I* _:::::. :.till( ) I .1.
Slo. ____ 207R ------ ----- ---- -- nim.tity 111411!rVn t
I. \
r.--<;;: 'I Mark) ( .. ,' .1.1.? $ pecan trre--_-_ 200 May 80. received ; ttlate road de.partnunt M \\nUcraon laimr un road*. 1/:6 :*r oirw: tr. ,,li t PoinmHtc .....
m.'ln. .. .. niadfoitl. I 1 Contilv I ndr 100,00 .
: RenardVithout Labor F n NVir "'., .inrV ._ _. 000(1( ?' camp 12 .' 24.80 IMiuM.ih for I intry unit lr.itini I I
/ ; V Collina awlntant. June ft, received from G W hays.toes. bid- 11( I"H.k'r bilthci s h'hl .;:*m mi ,lnt : .
w, enirlnrvr iciiicH blank, ,
< nalary y. ptti ...... ,
"l> 1000 I lioy I' . tHll Oil
ain't .
\'e no justice in P 98640 .. 4.4ttHtnrko ) KtTdid, ,
I.m' '
dis Nmkn .
I world, K..hlh" .T,. ..t.. __ __ -- --_ ................ UAU.OO
f 'J (. : '1 ejaculated] Liza Jane I .1 < dn .. _.-_ __._ _0._____ 6P 01) June m. riviKcd for blank book 760ToUll : 1..I..h.n. Cn. phone aervlco fill* \dvt'i.fuh.ir, wqulrvd by l law end paid. '

; sighing, as she R Tlioman 107 fence No, 8 _. ,40 t. 1929 for, In' rounly __... .. '
punt 8S .
.. "Jt : 1, ,f......,. .,. departed from the I rai na Garaae Him and oil __ __ 781 ,. IIl'lC, -_... . A \ Inirden expi'nae tru.tc. mulinT n.oo CamniUii.im.. tmld- (o -Officer.-- HOO.OO I
\n.1 '
,, after K Tot-ode, ._.__ _______ __. i ,
-- -" "" I' 1 roll..y do .. .. .. .. iahurement \ d. h :Pnx: niu.'Mm.r, I''
6.o I .........
p (
her 16.1' I --- -2,2Of.00
husband t' Omni do __. ____._
l _. ___ I
ShapeI had been granted a di. .1 I .\iid rowe .Tr KB. oil and 80.7I> January, 2. I 2S A Flitch, Tncollector ? :::.-...,.....,-... ( ., '?
.1.1. ,
vorce. "Here's mah Smith; ) (.arnitf; do ....._ .. .. 7,nil A V llurili-n,, i>' Ir".I. meeting 1 n ( aatmy eoretMi-v fur M.v (n Oil Sh"'rifl"ui'DiM'n( ) court work _. & ) '
old .n. -----
( -
-- saw Tubby Turner going man, he Kits Hrailford! Co fl.nkay roll. -____ 2820* W E Tornilp, do ". *.00 llarh'1..n .lIving bridges, Itrouker I C U'rk vlrruii court ".. and n ncrnl 10.00 f "
:fJthinj.store..\ Is he ninh house mah furniture, do money Hank of Starke do _..___ ___ _____ 811.85 J. r Cone dl, &.110 II lalior. on -. --._._ 1 BOA 1 "'iOit work __-......... 100.0A ,
going to l.BO l-.MuMUHH; ,
Hoy. A tlttrnvtt engineer, catlmate 1t; W Unison labor on road .._ ( I'.fl .1.1 i f prlninry and Konvral ..
ady-to-wenr suit? an' mah three chillun__
ob dem hisan.Viffy." .1 I W AndreSr trokeraire A* mule 100) .nn O W llinnon hullnir lumoer ,-_- 1.t)0I l.iltluH ______.. ._ ._Iw.to. Indixinic - ft(l ( ,
___. 0 N, ; 1
r IGoh1 not The only thing .IV Andrew Jr Ford car .. 478.2a I I. .1 \\\nu haulinor) labor on road 460 J I P noni-d .n j ;; .i.-d: : : 3g3: -
t.lrlnl ini-mlrhnel Inbor _
Tl H Thnmn, \ \ t>unli .10 ... ._ .. on rest 5.21? I
,, one half ) fence 'n nail -- ._ .60Town 4
that fits him W K .
-wear is a hand- \ poMa 102 ______ __... ___. lOflfln of Hiimnlon, lumber. for brldtcca 5.*'(n1.I"h"I..r brldit.' Toroili4u, .p..u.ur._ nail_ Uinlilltlil_ 2 Tolal l l .... .-------_.__ _1.1,040.0(1( .
Warpath Tt H .. ) Ilp.,' cli 0" h.. KHIIM\IK:
half 8644St..rn or :
Tlinmna one on 1211* fencenonle 6 1 ,lo KXPKSHK.M UNK
llnuleiiiiin/ Hi. AMI
1"J __ ___ __ lnA.nOA Hr.* .1. ._ t ..HOhiMr.il 1.IH.r on ldintr brlduo 2 26 t'Kiri UK EnS'l'l
Found l-A ;!
lady'H I leather n A do .._ _
handbag ( U.wn.. I Ml Ult1 't '
a. 1921 A Ilitrh( pti'mlum on bond B S fnAI'n ) nIT COIl ..
) do ._.. _. __ crlmiiinl
left in Ford 1 I W \ndn.. Jr oil and, .. 117.401'nnk h.-". _.. BO.OOJ ---. 4 cu,... II .S
Top Said NoV my car while parked on giu repair "..I .1 ( Slnrlmx dii -. ----."'--- n___ H.Ofl CiinMiHliIfH., u ..---...._.I.6i-0.0(
of Stark llrown lumber
\ ,,uld you accept n pet mono Park Ave., two week* ago. Owner lliailfi.nl;, County roe hank roll do* _:::::::--::: 147 79.10 l> ., -.New-Hopebriligl' I 1497U I /,1.l"Watteraon""'.,,1. luinbrr hauling for hrldue road. .. 6474 16.48 I i'lurd .r tlm cottt c ire Mil nil 'in or Im coat inn I nut In 600.(0 i

con havo sume by calling at office\ r I N.f engineer iialary __.._. 30000 C e..n. Inlmr on brl...-* __ --_ _. H.00Hulln A O..d.n at handle: on tIC .-.- 3.VH criminal' ". "lrt_._. _11.... BO.Oit"
my .
n..l. .
< ( a* (latant engineer alary 1)000 Kepi Store _. 800 County jmlMf. cont b.lU In orintitml

proving the property and paying for K' K.kl'.r.lr. nlnrv __'___"__ 711.on <' A Kiiuh. In.hl.nll.! .._. 7.4"> 1.\ Van, OI.lne hh'_...on. ___ I II I 26 pimoa -- ---- ,l.C.it.OO! I',
VVell you'd better ask papa. this ad. T. O ____.__ __.._. 00.00 ( A Fiiti-h, ..1.. ....1... ___ 60" .On( .Minion. do -_-.-_._''. .h. __ ___ *5.51)lek "'I .J.liwtirtof the |n aci'. ctwt bill-. -In-crimtiiml -- ,

( If she will explain to my I F KI.kl..r. Jr .o hire hOI.\.ln. I. .I.hl. liibor nil C.nn J.hl." t6.50 I.h.n. Fort tin ._ ___ _____ BOO i'ttMtr ......... ... 1(10,0(1( ( I
wife that I hat! .." ___h__._.. ___.... &.00 Ilurnrt WUKuninn labor on .. I .1 F n.h Con iily |nxN Iliiuaer till .. ..
nothing to do ole for truck 6.1IA
with iia ( \
Environment its II R .. lion r. .
I Th"m. S4 fine at I ISo .1,1 1 1.6) Tnwti *., 1'tji: .. 6000i
1'01 I i.f cilMrke' .
being there I rnad. _____ Polling labor Crawford road nne h.i npalion (fount 'r 4'
will pay for the nd -_ .n.. __ on 2.2 I imituiMi.ii.il' mlurnuy ounvlotlnn -
? ,--! don't want you to uetiguae. myself 1 IT Thomnn, KV: fcnne, | ,|* at 20amad 4tf W H '.".,. noll ................ .18) Toon Allluntur ht.I", .0 __ 840 fees. luiiJ ._ __ _.1.00n.pn

).-Want ad in the Idaho Fall 1 ___h.h_.__,___ __h__ 120.60 A M ( ', on Rnlfunl A brlilH at lax "_ pro.__ _r.1._'_.road___. and I : Wlimva. tcffl .________...0...... OOD.Oil _'
I Htern Tiro* 474A Ihr for mu),, lot .n.l .ii mad 600 -_ 71.RN C'oitit .1.n..I'r, In ifl..lvmuy .
| (I r / '- CIIK ".UO
) Staike 'n
'uird-Well, I'm only repeating barn ____-_.____h__. _. ) \VWlna( ,;:: II.r on ('rewfnrl rond., 225V II n... lalior phonit krldm. SlmritT, uu.iuiiii..i.n .n II.,... rto., .. *
107.tl Lawteynnd
Stem, Iln>a 21S1 ft lurnher for pile \ It McKlnnry ofl road .contract 40.00I ( I Kniiord mat,.". __ ___ C li-rlvd- -__ .__ -.....__ ) ,

< i peare. driver frame _____u____.____. RO.07 I I' A Wlllininn Ilml.v.. for l'.lwnrlICI"idKl' : J A hiss,', road .__._ ... 8 I 1.60,HO iWillfiir' i'rl..lur. ._ __u- -... 10000.
tho I'm !Il. Fdnnnlii .____. iiigc' 1.1" on lay tif juror ,
6A' ..
"101' Then guy laying for > ft Ibr mad) 102 __ 2.n2) 40.70 In erintlnnl OIUIIM, caui.ty
stop associating muttered the hen Rw Ed''ard. Ol>47.ft Ibr road J _. 097.114 rt It (amni I.h" "1 brliliie --. in.oo Total ,libleaenlenlm .",! Jiwtimt, |0"nicoiirU .----. (
m. as the farmer crossed CiiiiKiimem I hi Co lumber for brlitirr$, ., W n." ..WM, oi. oil L'I.k.1./ ill.in Recapitulation ..U7A.13 PlHlnfvrtHnt\ _..___.__.---_.__ 280.0't (*

the yard. etc mad 102 ...__..._._??._. I C .1.. ".,H .u"I., ..<" rond department Jnn. 1. tu amt on iusnl..4tO'lR, 57 C.imnl. Ht JII ---.u.- 4-.il.oo. ,
..n."m.*.! Ihr) Co. do ._-____u_ I.P. I _. _... IIR ..l.inn0: \ nmt rcci-lpta: ,: fl.fia7.I2.June : : I. "'I vi-it 41 ront.nwnoltv .. _,I.OOnOo( :
Whew Pmlth Garage repair on ear .._ 4,00 II C.li>m auiMdhHi, i
-and V hew u. :in. by ami) 82.71M.11
I' \ ('rn.Ie in ,Ulna .t *2 _--__ 4u.no llradfniil, rnlnly Itank aupplle. nndbnulinic Hy nmt to toil _iliibunicd. 7.BH7.4H) ,, Ti.li.1' ._ -___--_ .7.HJO.flll( '
Mowpay (angrily)-Well, take rr. rhime 70 ft "cll nt & ._ _- B''.O slab road rh-partment .... gsoo I, 8
I F C'olt'v linn oil etc 14.76 ftiadford Ciiunyt, hack pay roll roadwork ,
me-you can't get blood out 'I Invitl&le Asset.8t )iJiiva' ] Hurnc Co. -l-l lact-----leothi-r------ .. 0....- 12.00 10.01.61 IIO.OIB.6II. NOIICKC'K: MM'JK'\1ION! You TAX I lKrl" ,

irnip. >e.-"Sn;; yon tinui'!I1?.-('f1 to :MlsiBfigus. ,-lc., ____..__u.. ____ 1.700 rinnk of Starlte hauling, .t.... road doperlo.l.l June Ill, In amt on hand, I LM".1. :\Mtlll: S I. >HT.\\ hIll I OK I IlK I
'I I D road machinery ___.__ .. __ ._ in nol ( 7.HI7,01 1111:4:
Ron KB
I'm lire ,
"liftI ,
) ain't m-o nnyttilapKttiacllxu tin. ? i-j.: $ M.IllfVS I : .( ntttifP) It tri\itt Hint, P I W. Mourti. '
i tor-You misinterpret Sii.nly| Gooila 8 amlilli I SHOO February .. 111 ('. A. .- f I
lit valtt
my nliniir I 111111"IUIID.." I lie-.. .1 I IV '%Xnilrpn, Sr 6c01 Iba Muulo S'k A An" ,I.'n i-xpi'lme' truatev noW FJTI. ",. I.d"rtHpi'tMlvrly.lOll O"rII",<. niinibwrrtl

madame. 'Tis my task to "Neither' Vood ______ ____ 600 m..tn" I .o.ln I IMiriCK I I 8IH. nnd,
can I < <. 11. but It's In the TH. h R T..i.d i. ,dn -.- .. ROOK.OO( I till Intuit by the n ci.Ui>oti r "f Uraitfur't
from beet. n'r n'1 store I 11 sum .1 P rone do .1 II! .'. tinl' ) I I' ,. miid.' ,
dead lnrtilii. .
'WY a sn1t. Itll)| rio-iii' -.11.. .oo. rtrlii.rntc 'tti'lnur ilulnd
.I l'rll"'rl tldn ,
on & __ ____ .
L Tl K! | Inh. and .1 lily
u -h I.n < MHII ln"ln. : A 'rDKH: 11l' 4. I JtJl I I. mid II Hind, CHill
Irninn HItch' inu-r.. on car )' Stai-kc A T.awl'v __ 0' 1111' TIO't'nt IN h..vl. m'rtidrHicii( )
Fo. road _. 21 BOeoo Flt 571 1 IlK to' oifict1. hn. tnidli' iii'i, .tu'Mt.iin ,
., I. .\nI'.un road (".mn. road 102 0050'tovil I. .y ril,',nriln' ,Ir liilmr on Stark t (. : KltAI. (' t" I .,.'.1. I.. I..,",* I lit HcorilHilce with ,fur, tux I
You Win Dickie & nurni'tt rat nn .on.t roail,) 1 632.R2 l.a t "\. ,rond . ___& ,: t'I''IJU.1 I e.' .V ,
". -- Slid itMtPutr.iHHinTiKwty' ,, ,
MrMi T.lvi. Notice la hereby tliat I W. K. "fB I tlio
Rtorli) ahen Varbor.roiiKh.
) mini Thing-Cnptain. what Agricultural Problem Solved. rend S .(__cnirr__h iiitlmnto_--___-oncitntrnct __ 41SOI F.Mrl .,,'" art.n.l.)" Inbtir. .on._R'a.h"_ 4 no )purchiiHer: : 01 taT 0,1,1 tlfleatt I N,.. S :II.! C.H, MUNI.* o...1| nt Inmlii I Ih.$ I tti, Ih'n.I.,1 .'.eml.1", I I' i Utrutu.
.1 Jr ron r"W. slssl.oi! l tht. 4lh dny of July A. II. ) Ina fll- 0,1. .I I i Innll.,IlC'5 of atiuli
) .. I ni.il.
I hat those hilli I I .
on \ T | lilt
top over A close study' <>r guilt ami \.I''w. .I.k n6.01 1.,1. labor on Slnrke ( it I uil.'o I. I .
cropsshows .'.1 unit) ,'1 (In ill .. and hlia I.. n.m" rralls'rIiv..iy lorai
May 1. H21 T ."I ,,ntntl. -. 4 onW..b.III'h fro' .f 1".1. ll.( i r I'h'lln'ly| ni't 1 Viol th. "
li.-re? I ll.tit the\ rtlniliiii) l Ia. jJIII ely nut- IIt Vi'jf aalary .-n-in'-'r ..._-.. 100.no Co labor on road ._ 2.ill apidiention. r.r I.< .h',"'" ,. ,. I In I accortlutietiwith .', I"I 0' .. UUtt,\ "' h"WII utiw i A In ,
I ( \ Colllnn) Inlnir romln, and brldire 200noo nw Hnld ..rtI..I. "itnbrace the f.lInwlnir l- I i I ... 1" \ P
S. Captain-That is i saow.I I urn!, In Hint i'.'I'liiliuwlng u jjrcfrronce I .101 .I."t vn.ln.r lM.OI on Ilnlf nf H.MIIIi.-Hut, gnni-t.-r
I I' Klckliter .1.." enpr d..t _.. 7\ .lobn ltii\i" ,liibur on road nnd bridge ,,' ( deHcrlliid, l ''',wrY .I.. ..! in HrndfordCounty. :i.iilhiiir.t, ;; iJtmri.T., ?4C.: .. I In. 41. H It r! ,
[ndame. for' n <'1'1:111:: ">li Is ilito entirely i <; G..wln do __ _-. _Un_ soon K: r S".om.n.' labor, on Lnwtcy" aol. Moriila. to : (1..1 i I I 1(11', IIMMMH.d I'. N. Ill.lllltr.
.1 I IV ., aalnry b.II,,.. '. ., !>7l( [l N.h..1 f'I""r' of Hmilhfm.1' QiniilerKration i ( Ni.
1'That' to Die "!li 11111 IIi< <>f Hi.. -< rp.pi fur a '..m'nl 1JU.00) "" 1 R. 'rll".I.( It Ill rnil.ni.'wji HiHith I Ihtlf of
'" hat I Haiti but ) 13 'I'll. 22 ]I..t: 40 acrcaTho I ,
Ir.o'.1 Cotmty Teli> | h ,,' Tee HIIIIIH labor mi Laxvtry and ItiLh* I I nf NottlunHt tl"",","' nf '
di'tlnllo I'tnuiiM! ni'atcr, iiml wnrmtli. ___ Inn.I .I i no) anltl land bclnar aaaeaned al the un). UIIHI, St. t"'h..t
un upper I'lnnt, t fund In :n "!'II".iiitii, ry <'ol.I''ru.! ] .In. Klip M, plllnir) on T.ak Putlc-r road .loIn 1'nrl, *r Inbor on Lawlpy pndllulilit I nf. the (1"1""'" i>f uch, certiflcnle I lit the ..,.i'.'tt. .....'... d I I""k..vn. I tlo. ,
said it "t.'in Itroa U..n l 1.05 inline of I t.k"1 II, unlua aaiil curtiflcRleImll .
.s was Fri-ece. lumber road 3 ... / rond .. [ rirlit.cf.li No .11.1 I niMbrncru ,
tic.i. .. I .PI, I II! .' 'ii fii'llj. I I I.. "illi'd 1 1b Sm thft tiiirnKii, ira and nil -.-._-___- 4.57 t:.....,. Itroun Inbor on t.awtr ant I b." I I.I..m. HirordinHT' to low .. di>ed of N.iHhwv.t llm"c., .iri.( N.,1. 8.Hulf U. I '

; }' : "t." i i.i,III'H' 'n 1.4' snl, ; .\ u."v cupa ilivtmyril on right of lllirl-land road .. 1.25r ( A ulll I). ''' theriHin 11. 2uth day of Auvuat 'J t-iiril.: Nil ",'... ....., tlm 11" ,

Fifty-Fifty : \ny ..---_ ________-- Jl.SB A IVirdi'M:, n"l. nnd Inbur on brldKeo 1'28.Wln. (If fdlni.T ('0.Unh. ,0 M.I.1 C.t ,l '
C io'cintmnt Surplu* Good Co. four .. ._ .. 11 no22ft my official altiiiHture and anal hue '.. ...d cvrtidcalci iihiill h. tcf'niKil! I.
'nxi dashed adilli _.._ _.. < IliiiHuti InlHir road .. .II," 1lh: day of July, A. 1) IU2U I II II '
wildly up to the : -. '. ""r..o; .111" j.IiZ.AX6Ii :.. .. 3H.OO on n [ I W |:| I iirrfirfJiiiH' luw, IN 'I ili'i d I will (MMIMI tht'irvfin ,
Goivrnment ,, Men,,) road 1 507K ( AI.I\\N the _, ,8I
Surplim) Oood Co 2 rie'I' C liibor m an lllth dny ft Aliiillsl A. I .lU-.lt.'
and stopped. An old lady open- :' \'I. lJlI'.. t') :;tiola"I"cl: : >> .cu.ov..',1.* urunn .__.-.. ___ ____ .- .. ItOOOIi Karl Vi.n ,\ll'in, labor on roadC .-: I (lerk <'I Ircull ( .' Ct 1..onrl ..1". lIe. Wiin.'M. my olf'rliil' Hiiiunturt', I.itud Hfiil tbU, 'k t :

'u door and alighted. .a.u". 1"",":, '" .. .j ".If .....- -I1r.' I I i road 102 __. 16.70 VO..1...- liihor, on .,.t I 12.50 I I! tt819081.MITirh.. .... .h.. It'll dny" of July A. l II. 'ti'HO. ,
,. \U ":'1"""" '. ,"... 5.... 'b A 1 Pnrby do brlilve vnnu mad II ___ l.toi l .. 111? premium on bond \ KToniili. I: ----. -- I W. AI.I'ftrtMXN: -
.... .
_.. _. .
1 I Lady-You know that's the' .i i 00 ..,. i....11 MMH i nifiiiit-r' -limn- -if u." . ___. _ /.00( OF AI'I IrT'O'' FOIl TIIKFO ( L ,iti I, Circuit Cuml t. 11r..M.,1 County., I'lu., ,4
Fllla Curtia Kookur blue, prinl* roal I H 90)) I I |lIeh'i I Co premium tmnda I I I 1 axi I ever rode in. I Anilir*.nN, Garaire gee oil and. repair 570 A A ',"," J II Hitch _. .._ 1000 t\IIEI". MTArIITIshI'ru'by I ::1.11:". l'l I 11.1,1St ,I
| \'er-\'a ain't nothin' KEEP THE RICHEYS! WELL .Sum Moll 41 I plliMx on road I -. ', 121.00 l Ii W Illnnon lumber, anil nalla forhrldwra i notice: t I:* iiiven that, ,II, V. Knlubl ___ __ "._ llu.k: I -

got on me, T r- Colley truck body on pile driver / _n__ ..._ 002 1 |iurchai..., ..f tnx ..1. reEl ,IliCilila nuiiiburvdreapectlvelr ,

It's the first one I ever and .'.nl., ____ ___ -_ 76,00 (' A Flitch, aalnry ." .>tary __. __ 50 (on I 811) and 816' laud by the tax K OK "HA IK OP "IlIOllOlIl1Hlp.il:, %
drove.jg CV G'I..1' t,. repair roml 1O2 '_n .60 l'i '.,,.h Incidental office( efciicnNMi -_ \1 70( ',, volliK.tor of llrndfiinl county Florida. .aldrertlllrali CKNT I10M.H ,
-. Health la Worth Savti1' | and Soma .1 F C..I. .I".fn. horac. and mule -. 12.76 .1 I W Mura-an .typewriter paper. 506K7 I ( l July III h. 11421, hiss / lit :Ii. i idullnm given lit, tlo lI'is el of ,
Heavy f>rew *) ) envinner nOire .... 17.831 \nnliln A .lone* lumber for )lirldiri I I Illiil l ald, .-f.'lln,:: :: my olTiea; and ha* 1.I, ,jI jII.r"' t.j. (or "ot CillilIl V or Ilrn.l.; ,.
Thinking Starke r-.o.le| Know How to Roy Kdwardrt lumber. fo pile driverniMil Clock,> Telephone' phone aervlcel 7(1( tiiatli/ ",application' ,( for tax deed tl lnue Inaieordaiice f'li 0? 1.lda., will reech'" ."

1 __wonder if I could get Jack I S. u ___ __ -____.___.___ 0.68 l/ ( .1.1' KUppHiaMarrh, 11 28 I with law "h. ru. liii' iiIIi'ClIsse .I 'il.nnn.I" "f .1.0, I
Save It.StIrCl' HrVMon 1.lv. Stock' Co. engineer. eati- (1. 121 I Haid ..Wl.at. t-iwpectlvely embrac.. III. .r ill. ..hilly .r llrn.lflri.. MINI. of 1"I".h.,,, '
,me over to my party tonight ? mnte ron.---------------------1 A Diirdrn trustee i POW land In Bradford 'ii,. ,, 1" VT .
1607 1H expiniio m'ln. county. Florida. 11111 of
f.U.wln. Auglol,
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take theirHOH ;
Mum r:
r.im. -I doubt it. I heard he had : : [r' i",i''J .r I W Andrew J,. .11."h. __-__ HO.2ft K: Tnrodi' do :i ( ,, .. at tint dale of the laBuanoe of aiieiiformicate A I I,1121. 8.4.1:: hIH: ar., 1li 1111 ,I lt,1; J lily I

a I in Ufh 'ii.uvlb" t>' &"' .,iMfng' the Knnk of Wtiii-tu' lay roll eta. __ _. .- 1)III!.DO :I r Tone do -- -- 5'on I In the n.m. reapecUvely, hereInnfler I I. 112( 11,111 RCe 10 .I.. In ,I.'n'nnetioi' ..f ......
.t. of tonsilitis. Uindfunl., County Hank do ___ _h_ 270111 '' \ Ftitnh aalarv ai' ,.i.-. :: : 50 on particularly net. forth ,Ui wit, : I Iil.ieii nil 'pncb/'iinVrTu'Vwn. r 1"1.rMl L,
kidiif> w'len tlif.v Itno ti-ene! organs 1.Wlt C Joni* .uII.. .___ ._ 62.85 ,- Futch incidental/ .' 1774 I CertinraleNf' >. Ill I emhmci* Northweiit from Hntc) ni tliv asia' i>f nitt par eniituin liar [. ,
Mil'' -Gee, I ain't got nothing but j nooU( 1 lie p' \. esk, kniu.-yn are An'liTNon mad. foreman K r Antlrcw labor and hailllnvTItrnilfiirfl 10, 'Junrler l of N.r'hw.o Quarter Houth Half I nnniim. Hyulilu ..t'ml-Hnnuitlly. un January

I rood. 102 __ ___0 --_ 78.00 County TYIi'frrapti. |.,hl.hln. of N..lhw.t .a A N..h..1. guarler. Ut nnd;1 July Ut of each yt ni*: with I I.I.-r.ai
reioiiMbla| loi u Vast tu mill IIi huttoi'liiii Elipinuer", A R".I ereoaote lumber no A ,,'ml nnnunl .tat',* .nt and I I ..f Moulhwet' Quarter Hec. 16. 'Ip 7, H. K.H cuupnnA ntturliftl. Til. prlnnlpnl nnd Intonrat _

: and* 111 h'-ultl! t t..f: Bl'gUtettt piling road ___-____._--__1284.70 mv for biila __'h_ 8600 .K.: mil acrea. atiaeaaeil. Mr*. K':. H. l II.*. of sail bond* nif myHliln at ill., Imiiklfiir _
I Epplnircr A Ruiiaell creoaott. lumlier Aplllnir "'Sleet Toliribone Co. .h"n. .o.lr. 40 ( erllflaatn No. IllS embrace Houlh Hulf ....tN..II..I h.".. of Ill. llnnnvvr Niitlonul Hunk of the
Literal Luke delay: Ia dan';' re .t I'il l) an K KM- I road 10J) __ __ __.U1I.70 t ft Crew lumlier i 74 Quarter. Id ''. 7. H. It. I tiity and sials t yf New York. '
'he What would nay I'1I1s-u I iei)' tli.it) ,' ha, tieliiedIhousacJH nil,.) tfiirnrjiii Co 10 eullara nn 66.00) 411)1'l ".n limilH'r for Iti'ddinir liridire 20 Ofl K DO acre, wnKUnd Mr. Tim mount of ImniU o[Taped, for .ml.f (I. -
you call a man flroolii-r Lumber Co lumlier' mad I ... 121.Hfl (c' '. .". labor nn I.awtey" nnd hId'f.rl I lInt, ..,.* *ald eertitlcau( :h..I'/.I..on.d j jnecorilintr foity, I Ihoutmnil d..la. "nd two of ail Id bund
hid behind a woman's skirt ? of !1:1( ?> v t-ilffiers& Hare a.),). Hunt Co. In.p Ibr road 102 _._ 2.H6! road nn_-.._._.-- 528 to law I, deed I arc iii.. mid ''1".1.1. I lh. ii eat dny of July 1

Is a MLI.I I'.c i'it.I'E r< Cut ,.\cn He-Well, in this day and age; I'"a N n one-half on ear of wi. _-_ 1162.noW IUifi.nl mad ..._ 6,00I Witniwa my olficlnl, alirnnture. *eal thi ynr U'vlnnitiir with '1. year litJI, nml .n.lItiK j -
tlon : H EilwardH iraa oil etc 102 ... 4.20June II Mtecn' labor on T.awtvy and. Rnl.ford I the llth day of July. A. I. 1U2H with the yt-nr 1UIH, soil thvrvmfittr thrr ,. 1
magician. :M.: 's :\t. I.t\I I011.: l'ht"'fI PI XIIVH : S. 1128 road ___ 900 O. I.HERMAN.. i>f ..hi bo ml. shall Im h.. .nil "..".hl. I .
; F: R NelT ..I.r engineer ._ ___... BOO 00 I J Thornton tntxir on I.awtey andItalfi Clerk Circuit Court 1.lt..1 ( ." .. Fla.HEAL Hi 1;** lIlly *>f July' of *ni' nnd 1 *very yvnp.
I "I hnd .T n PII if'' tit f '.:'ii-u- fack I hat;, r: X Colllna .o'.r' awnliitant. engineer lOll' 00 .rd road n'.' 8.2) ( ) lly gp4llIIr.1.l.1.It.5lO. : II:11 of acId! 1 hon
Now For Some Poetry Wits very IInDo11111'Yh..u I a'tempie.J' F K Neil'( Incidental' for M." ___-__ 451 'I S Thornton labor on I.awtey. .1'- I Deputy Clerk wil ......|,(..1| un to two o'alopk I*. M
J Klrkllter Jr alry engineer di pt Ralfnrd roail' -- .__..._ ., 3.7 I ; dny .? AiiKtmt. A, U. lili1l All I '
said Mrs. Francis DeAugbe La. 'in .tooi or, I"i'' I i I'll !1",1\\ ml Ian I Ci ne* .Jackaonvllle for II IIi NOTICK I lire rtiiulrvd I 0 i ilfiionlt with ..4.j

June gv.ld t 'iiaol lioun' 1,1,11,'.' l'iii: R II homaa 1 HH f"ne. poat at -SOC l,14)ils. . __._ _______ 6,80 J Notice I I. hereby iciven, that the undcrliinedh j; Nccrttnry f>f inlrf bonrd nf"j."Iil.W: :ln* *>
road 1 _.u .___ .-- 1760 I W Andrew Tr bnl 1 on truck 82000 been ."(.".In".d admlnltrtrlx. of the a.. .. "" it errtH.i'vl clink on onw of the bnnkn
ked up and ran off with a boarder. uril l th''i' ,: me '.t t.u! ..Ha nt. 1 R M Thoma 183 fence pota at 20e- April 3. 123 I INto/ of Jim 111.rh.I. ili......., Inte of Bradford In nnl.l I 'Mrmlfiird ...tr'tt' tin for five ir 5

r false I fcol j 3tilled: :n s--- .1..... n I. K: 'ichortb road S. _.u._-__ 360 4 A nurd, *n enuenai truatei* m".Uno 8 00 I county. rloriila. and .1 I creditor. lewateea. rent of th. u j'h bid.;, nuld I l chock
and unfair and
malicious; a S I. Anili'raon ..1. road foreman W TorndH dn .. .. StIll ,dlNtrihutee and h.lr at law and all I to bn nind imynMn, to II II. WltiiilnH, n..
slander H \\ )' i.ninl.. : vt'S.! : miaul l 102 ____..._ .- 7500 I (P f'ono"" -.-. 6 Ofl ,partle havinv claim or demanda., againstaalI r,>lnrT of ..... of |>iibhd lnitruiMlon for. thoCiillflhy

I Pi-: 0;. .. '" <1 I. .i'e' M Don't Cofnumer, Lbr ('n Ibr for n.road 102 _. 22.01 A ritteh nary ...., .._- nn .eetat .,1 |>reent them .. Ih. underalvned. of lirmlfi.nl. H.. of Florldn.$ mi n )
Know; it was only a roomer. J W Andrewa A Hon rent on I' A Fulch IncMrntal I duly .th.nle".I., within one year KiiMnml. of full eimpli.ni'e I with th. bid
sIiI': |" I. .J U :' I iij m d i'. --got room until Jun. 7 ._n___.Ior_-_ 20.00ronMiimeni ) linnfe of 8trk lumber for rmp t 84 00 from date, SIC the .sme wil be forever barred .,"mll..I. nnd ntinll Im .0nnHlilrn nH lliiil j 'i.

fronn' !." '. 'T."' :.I'M" 'that f.br. Co. lumber eta a H7 Itank nf Htark pay rolls brldv.} re- I Hated. thi the llth of July. A. l>. o.lw.1 oamo".. In the vvnt of tint ofritnna| >f ,,
That' What lie Said I K (',.ii.'y nh.H-Inu 4 mul,. --uu. sou A.n 1B1M', 1.10 niul thn f..?I". on the |itrt of I JI'
:Mis.C" tn' 'I'i .\% j'h'rD' ('0.. I.t P ('. ... ,labor and atlpplli, .__ -__ 7,13 II,,lail'----------------------., 1. -- ORTKLLA CISKOWSKI.! tli. > ..m"I" with tli. trrnn .I.r. a.

Woman-I'd like a box of cijrarifor !1.: v D Moody grader anil 666.7U -. 28.60 Admlnlitratrlx, All btdilfra .h.1) m,..' ilfy tlm .n'". ;t ld ,
:Mfrr .t. .i
: .1
my husband. etc __ 0-..____br.h. _.nai._ 2H 51 ...1.. Coujt T.Ijj__..... .. '95 Attorney fur rotate, 7.1.1-IH-8-IO will comply with hi. bid I'

1 lerk-Mild or strong madam ? REPORT OP THE BOARD OP BOND: TRl'S. ''A M nrky oil for tractor ___-_. 26.10 WtevKllch .al.n. Scout Hole .. Th. .infd iMmrd,' of publlft lni.iruntlon r.. ,
'. ......1 4W IIIHIWUIIU COl'NTV.! FLA.. M I Leviton curtain and cushion for hrldve n .... th. right 'lo rcjHet nny nnd' nil 110..

FUN MIX l MONTHS.! KNOINCJl'NE truck ___ __n___ ____.___ ion r Cone InaiM, .llmr road.* and hrldite 7.n Ill'lfIT; FlIlt nRAI IF(11 COI'NTr I. W K'GKITICI.'
30 I9J3.flnort Amlerwm GnriiKe ".nil and ...i. 492 I ,I' Homer meal F B ," .' and \.*, I
FondKvrrlpu Hull )Store bal nn *tple) and ,. .. 1028 I K I' Net I ll'fl Fur .9... Flarll Yes. Kndlnr September 16. II. H. WI'M'tlN.I.: 'i
( A Fuleh f.loh. on na'ln.' h.iUt, etc R.M" % C Hick ."lln-, ,tint rN.m roHdw- "0 124. Hwrwte.ryK ___
Jan t I. ...,...lv..1) from th. Itank of Itryaon Live Stock Co engineer eatlrnali H "Perkins "rhl." lumber _. 2$ 47
hUrhu intrnvt on ih. .mutt -__..._ .1' 05.94 on contract road 8 __-.-256001 I' A Prlniln lalior. on Router, mail I anl I NUTI(' OF HIIPKrFK'H! AAfR '
Jan. 1. recvivtd from th. ..nmilfonJCounty Stern Ilrow lumber mud S h....._-. 67.64 Wm Prlmrlo do ..811 TIMATB RXPRNSEH ftKNKKAL rt'M! > NoU. ta hereby ntv.n that ullihip and bylrt
Frequent hunk. tnt on di'f><*lu ._____1913.6HJnn ItrMker Lumber Co 'lumber ___. 2HH( 16 \ Ihh..1 do I II i.l'II \1 I Ifi r....1.... from the Lawtvy Suit 1, W. Andrewa Jr Kail oil ami repair* !116 ill HiTrflnrorn .. I..v.. do 25r.ti Salary. of clerk .f the ol.ul court tht (Irani ('.",. of Ir.I",1 clilInI y. Florida. '

Hunk. intrmt on ,ilcpuait .. HO.noJnn. t'ounty Hank tiay ,al. ___ 111.30 'In rtrtaln raiM. "h..ln llrln.on I.llot't la ,
17. re..$lv.it from the Hnmpton8lnt Flunk of gtarke do ...__.___ --. ",/ .,ml, J. J. !,.liMm, U dMfvndnnt., I C '- .
.. Bunk. In.....".'. on deposit .... 118.26 n ( ..Tone tea oil eutinllefl, ___ ____. 4627 NOTICE ,..'ii |l.vl..1 ui on and will awll to thw hiuhr. _

Headaches April t. "", ..Iv' from the Hunk ofStarhp P Jon.11 l>al onI.. driver ..._.__ 126HO Notice I I. bereliy gIven that the following ile-crllied 'lands will b. *.10 at public auction I and brut Imldfr. for ..h. In front of tb,. rwitir. ,

lnt.. on deixmit.. __.-___.181238 Ft'Hnr-r road 102 .. 677.Ol I the FIRST MONPAY In AI'OUST. 1921. I biiiiit' tin fOb day of *. month before theCniirthoue (lillIaN <(nor In II.rh. 1Moo .enunty, Flu*
Bradford I W nalarv, _. .. lila. on Monday. .,. the
from the .
April 3. rvevlveil I'.u n 1..1( at Starke. In Bradford ty, SlaUi >f Florida or 10 much thereof ama .
dpnit. _.1828.60 Hank N Y l..o auI .. ... lOiS u Ii'i/al thi l.
lntmt Ejchanve the with bftwpirn
County Hunk on 1 pay (ill be Ut ray the amount due for .a.'* **t (oppoelt me 'o..lh. .1. 00" .1" ,
"I. April 1. ri.(.fv. d from the .taI' iai4 infr.fft .0..1. July I .__ -_____825000 of 1.uch. ... and ailverttalnu., ( C A. FUTCII. Tax CollectorDeacrtptlen biMira of sal!. .h. 1.1..in. h'arIiwil rraotat .
suffered with chronic rf"n.nripnt. BII. 'O lirenfM* I.T ___7541.01 Bradford County Hank N Y P..h.n. mat '' **. lying anl b. I.a.", euunty. ,, ,4'
constipation' that t would] bring on AprIl U, from SUM pay Intereat coupon H260. I'rlorlda./ towltfHouih ,
very severe headaches" sayiMrs. tmnk, rw d.' 'Lwp -_ lfil.00 !i.e. T. H. 8. .O* 1.t of Mmtbw., .., t/J>iartr of Routh I .j
Total __ _ _A.2 ,Kittit of Northriuit Uum-tit.* .) ,
of A'-l I in '...I..eI from Hnmpton State dl.hun.m.nt h ',D2S.11 t" .- *->. ,
Stephen H. Kincer, 41 (. T Co' *ub strip land thirty feet wide ;..
Bank. Interot on _____ 114 II .r ace the caM 111 r 2"t
H..Unl.UAn .
R. F. D. I. Va. d.I. of ._ u.2. J'lllua huller _ 2 II rnil f Htnlth .
Creek l-in nf .
Ciipple June 4ut tv.1 ," .'. nad.kiiarlment. I to amt NEI/ I 2 Fiinlc' B Canova _.__ 6141 't filth ai t ijuarter of
"I. tried different medicines and ... auto license fund ......8924.22 Jim 90, to ami reed9,4Kit.20 W to Tmplee ; -- --:---2" : 1" Cox *. __ ____ .__.. rbiulhweat ( "" f'f No'th.a.t QuarUtr.; all I
Inn 'I Illk I. T aub dlv ...2 22 I. d M'lMli In tlun
". hy dlnbuned \ 72
amt 40.1126 00Hy ) C 1..n'.I.; (J4). Townahlp I
did not get relief. The head 7 nriir ___. 2S 8 22 Cantna .___.._.___ five ,III Houth.
Total rrceipM _____._--...1048320 + amt bal 4II6.54H I-.t 2 Rill llno. J'wnty-two Illl' K*.t. ..
aches became frequent. I One lot lOll ft In SW Coy of J. ICPHt-KHON.
very Dliihnniriiienti -' --- -- 5 "
K: W Prliiiien Et __. I 143
hsard of January 2. 1933 1646.4764 476.94 SWt{ of 8VVM ----- -- 2H : 22 .. HhrrllT Hrailfiira County, ..10'1.... I'5'
: --- -. 141 Rlk 36 fTa Co'* ;ilb dlv( :::-:-:2H 24 R M I..r..n .__u.._._. 11 II' A. 14. (; i
Bradford County Hank d.r.a"1.113J 4. Hlk I'I' 4 Co1 aub 6 21Lot Lucy ( -.nn....... Ita IIFWH1 for Plaintiff. 1, St
I w Whit A Son rn..t on the bfind IMW for the Seal lot 2 4H 0.2 7-fl-lt-H-ll 4
.' ndpmnnn (!nraue .uppl.' .11 _no.__... 110 year wa* paid 1 out of the bond fund, pendinilta 8<"| Lot Z U 1. I --- : -. ___ '
Q 10 : florenl ...___ 61 It -
'. adil .. 2 8 22 '
___. Thefcr'sDLACKAUOHT R C Cone foreman fence ".nl IS.00 fund .1..1..Intereet and altiUlnv ,...T'II1o 9 of IllS--C--Rialna-- -- ttiI Im..rt __...___.. 451 I NOTICB Or FIlIAL MnCIIAKGK -

K. cl I H..n.n ..noln.r .tlma. con With for a year amount to V. .' Blk C hislnv'a ..10.21__. I ..........___.-_._ 4.31 Niitlie le hereby given to all whom it mayeonrern
thl I IA" 1 II.k.
Iraot .1 ._O.n_____ 293aH .3a.OO. tranrerrerf hack) the I I. a.I' 2 that rn the SIb slay. of A. I>
_. 8141 l the actual balance In that fund I l.t. 1 of 4ft L T .ub ol.t.
Ptvw Co ajpplkpnujr ln.1 < l I02S. I shall .. ,
Jaekaon----------- < apule to the ,. .
0. Raymond 8.81' 94.
__ .__ 6 21I A.
.1 I W Andrew" IT do _. __u-_ 140Bradford ai'th( w.$4211,541.N8.Inman d'v __ 0 '. Green e unty juilwe. "
roll road A R premium on hoed C H ." I 4 of Blk 11 IT Co .ub I .Juiltf of prtibate* fee -
County pay Edna Jaclmin ........ 860 my final leharwe! admlnUtratrl* th.
8 .u. .
__ __ 'un 10 to amt lv r
,1' _._ --.n u 1 2 h.n..II.S1.5I..o. --------------------2 .lal of Ceerve Hehlelrh." ; th.Iat
., d..I
Bank roait .
County pay .I. 5. r p th. *am time I will .
prenfc my final ancuunu .1
olor -- --___ --_ too Kecvipt* -* I h"no" P by J .Rhl.n. administratrix of .. _
__ _. '.n. I. 1921 In amt Kan.I by 4 S said 01. and
Rank of StarVe dii u on 961O.02 ... 1."t ak for their
1.4 C Mark .. 773 anproval.
K tl Thome 1690 r.n.. at 1eoul 'Inn 2. rfcefved from E. W INyea. l-eel _. ___.. .. 2 8 23I J --- -- --- Paled June I I C

and took it for a headache and j i .- "n. ___ __ph -- 251 SO lo la.. -.. 421. 8 I "'a "il M HI 82. _83_ 34__84( HI_.-In 2* 4 22 C I Math) ___._.__.___..__ '.41 itiiaMRS.. MAl BRYAN. i
y .. blu. prInt ...... 43.44 )17 received from R W Hnye Howllnva -
the relief was very qUICkl and y Elba Curi. Ko..br. .. Inl '1.... ...-.- 3SI.84 W' of I...co 2 4 ill Lot. II 4 I I 0-1.017.27 AImo..tratrl.M4STF.I014 <.
it was so loiff I had I Dan Puree and oil fence guns Keb. 6, ..Ive from W fye ,.r Ilk 17 VV''" of 1 I.1. 1 2 -- ---.

8 another he:1h: ( 'he. Now I Just I .. _.. _' _n__rol. 1485W lair. .Y. _.. _. HUH n'l'I 4 Ilk. ID In L T 4 Co'* O P Pull ..._..... 2161K '$AIM
> oil eu __.u_.___ 1.7 ". h. I*, receheil from C: W Haye ..1 dlv _ _0_ ..2 4 23 urn -. I Hereby not I.. I Ia ttiv.n that 'inleiand by i.4,'
1 keep the t1a3c.Draught.! and J F"w."r Tare ._ ,, of .1ft I. T Co' virtue. of that .,
truck ... 86404 I 2 4 4 Ilk certain 1 SinaI .1.* of fon'ri.a-
don't let inyteif! get;: in ttiat mlh'Rd'ranui .p.rn" i/ae and' nll_ A.4D Care) 9. received from B W Haye ..h dl .-_- 2 4 S3f 0 Fi.I.d -.---.---.-. 6,10 I I ur* made.' and enlriu.t.I on JuI .H. 1U2I' by .f ) I.

con itIon." I IThedford's f Guilty rupairinn. .tin.In r.. .. ta'e* -.__._ ..... 27720 4 of Hits I L T "'o'a eiib.lie Iliinorahle. A. V IJ.nK. J Indue 'Circuit Court f' 1 C
1. John rrk.e .
.. 1.79
_. ." I. O \.h I'. received from B W Haye ____ _H' -_ .- 2. 2 ? ? of Jt.o",1 eoimty, 1'0.101. that certain _
Cack.Drau.htV Pllle vane Cnrtlii Kouke'r blue print TI.'J 2H- InDre t.. 6BB1Ipel : I.. 7 Hlk 11 T 4 .'. >ubllv Richard _. .au.. .,. W K I I. flomplulnant.Itad ,
C .. .
(purely veiel-btc:; ) 1 has been '. Co do ___ ...__-_ .____0 2'150 \ |, 1. reeetveil from K W Haye* .'_ .. _- -2 2 J __ 117B II. II. 'Srnwn. O. C.. Reelll end 1.lh.
p found B bal m car .'lre at.C -- 0 .7H tat.. 0. 8D36 M nn: .* N'' ;, <,r Hlk- 41 T Coa.obdI. ..I are ibefmlanla. the unileralunrd
to r..lteve constipation/ 4 N B .1f .._... ._
I H 11,1% til fence poet road 102 11H hoAndenone \ r elI 'IS received from F W __ ._.-.. 21 8 2: h. O.AI' .I. for .1. and sell for eah tit the hluhfetaad ,
and by stimulating t the action! of Z .Uaraif oil and repair. 8.88 sane. .-.. I.18U,1 *t f- Wl/, of VW>4 beat? IjiiMer in front of the rourihouneiltwr > I

the liver when it U torpid helps: i Joe Moirta eonrract.movinif fence HenDelle MIIV 't. .. .d from Y W I. r'.7 4 run W 200 I In fltarbe. Prdfori ..unt". Plurlda.) on -

fr i 1 Cos contract moving- hotu* .>fMnruen Hue 2$. receforf fr.m E W Hye* 't W 41 ft. E 101 ft SlicIng the learl hour of ale, for the t IlurpIwn 4

cIr tys., )biliousness IA _.__h._._.._-.. 80.0 tawa .. ._ . .4t. 85luna I, .t hrr .. _. __ -_-.2f I 22 Geneva TWne \ ?.??-.--. 4 17 I of .. ,' aald Anal decree, the MIowInK
indj .stiOt1. vrfache: and 1 Nell.alary engineer and Incidental I IA '. 94 nf Hlk : L T Ed R
:1 _
t Ale. ..._ .. .
_. ) ._ __.2 4 10 It to-wltt
similar trcu' 3 are often January __"'__ uuu 300.08 Ill, amr en ---------23,060.11) die t :1..101 l.l* -
0 A Collin alary anautant engineer General P... V In NFI'/, nf HE' hounded- I by 4if.ilh Half of Lot Twelve of flaetfon Seven
b the
relieved In l-Ma: wijr. It Tanuary -- -___ --_ u.12S.00 %Myrtl $>. "by *trt.. t"W..mo.l.nd ,la Townahlp Saved ttouth. R.",. Twenty
mtur&l: : way. tie natural! Try J .K keklltr, .alary- and In.ld.n..r$ ,'Ian. 2. 1023. received. Prom E. W. H." .. t by a. n-t, lea Ill) foal saM and' weal hy >llt ferlnorth .

Clolek.Dr:;.. ':t.Cb 'lanuary _-_. _... 1888 .... __ __ .___ ._....1.0 nn.( add .-- 2 4 2: Wm. )'J.Ir ".--.'_._ ..81 and .louth. nd|. to Annie' Himmon, In
.. .j 1 Godwin J.nua.- ..__ 8u.00RI fan ,.a. received E W Hye l al VW Cor of SWIJ ofvvi. %.",h..t ...n., of .., .lot
: Sod! everyw'ieve. I .1...|. u-ai'i rlntlniifi .... .. ISIS .aa ft II 11* ,0 A 8. CREWS.
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21290. received from w to U ... 1 ..' Wm. MofxJen .. -u.n U..I SpecIal! Mter .
,.. ._ F h 1 ala. I ft. i' 1\,4r 2 In Chancery
.-- 0 oil, and ,'repair 4054 ". 'iri I r .0 .' 1 2 '5 1 Ie I 2u' ft 4 r : KVir.HT.'icttor .
.... 1 J W A.d.J. ". 'mR' .0 .up j O : Hwfat ._____.___ 1.2) P
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.. -.- Hank of Start pay rolu January .. 174.87 pile amp U 0 79.98 A In NE Cur of ?K'. b-- -- -- 4' ," n.... i.at'B'3

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J/JI/ _. - ---- The Seaboard Is building a 314,0110depot 'STA! !orcby IB, Ur ccrll.'y FLORID lh.II, l r.r.adnrt .( I w,, AI.DIItItAII!: )

r. Dade ,inc'nt t the nwni and di?bur... ( gle. < On
I at City > im'J'a 'rt,
\ Fighting Gypsy Moth from the Air. I i me: no'lool! funds of Bradford County? ( 'I rasa i,

I With The Churches I Ii I I II -\-'C'HI.tiTATIC\.11: : FUNDS t.U.MIY SCHOOL! I ICou.I muii-ti i the' h.."f.. June.af my" IMS.knu..l.d. Ia true-and sad bullet 'I .,_-'..... '

I n. II WIGGIN / ..'. ,taumentft o. I
MuptTintfnftvnrt. "'.a. County Suverlnlan COtNR ,
1' ''t H coumv. Kcliool fun-l f >r tin "month of
<,' Undo Sam : I atatmint
4 it i, IMlESItYTEKIAN; #_ ;11 aiding I : In the Jan. lV 3. Gtnerel School rand --- -- of J-;, .. Inge,.

4 y fUht being wageduiculiiMt I Balance, Juno I. 1923. ... .. ... .... O'I.UR CLERK'S REPORT run. ,]
j-'f!) the drcndo ,-.'.lpt during month _.............5.602H Starlto, FI..... July 1,
Though God he good and free byp i Warrant issued ..._..._..___.__._._10li-9I Report of the Clerk of the Uin-uit ) '.
heaven ; I i} which has: bream ( No. t ,! at tnv" *.**tied for H2S.'' )
i And though the sons; of sins forgiven I I doing\ great damn 'Balance Juno 1. 1923 00__......_.____ M.07 thewYearNA YM N i ', n, '
4 J. during month .............. a.gl Tat 41
r1 I' No force divine ran love compel ; : _. -,}a j J <" to crops In Warrant Iteevipt 'luuml' -................ .('0 Bradford Counl- ", ,'
I De heard in lowest hell; ; I Now Hampshire Ualanov July 1 I.: 1023: ---------------- 91.19 Connie Proper \

of God's voice 1\\ Photo shows army 1J1.I"oL0.; / a lune I. to bat due ___... .. .... '', '
j I, The sweet persuasion d t' air I service balloons nnlanee Receipt: June luring: 1 1. month 1923 --::-::::::::::: M5-IJ.J! !: by') nmt collected .n?_.____.._._.._ ( I I! !l |
Regards thy sanctity of will, I"*) ........ ... ,
anchored .uwued --- 1 '',
Warrant !
1 r 1 lie triveth day-thou bust thy choice I t feet above ground, llalance July 1. 1978...._._...__...__ air 6 -I Iin.lrict /luly( I. to bal Fine duu and'__ForfeitureFune _'_--.__.____..--. ,

Pl To walk in darkness;. still.JohnjGreenloaf. l h\' an tmiiHualrUelng June I. 10M _.AH.......1Ualance ........_ 4T1.23 Jtbcrlpu 1, to bal duo __.___..._.._. .0._ l ; I
( while theyCHI.II ,luring month __....______001080.84 I iy amt collected ._..___.000000.--_
i ) I Whittier j Yy -.s 23: I Warrant. tuned ._.......___.__..10110.88I'almwe : r : .___. u. ,
Sunday schojl( und {Sreuvhintf-i ervi. f 6 e spray \ July 1. 1928 _.._....._____.. 821.43 J''u\\). I. to hal due __n.n..-_.___ .. .
pounds of powderto I DlirlrtO.: County Rued and .indKe'lino _
eta at the I'ri'sbyterian church at th r r hs the acre every balance June 1. 1'2S .....____...__ 141.28 J 1. to bal due ?..._...... ..... .. _'.
r .. _______...__.._.__.. fund
I It.-cclpu. during month ............ 2.10 l ly amt collected. I .
r usual hours. 0 minutes. I tt ,surd ..... .........- O'hh'u.
1 Cordial invitation to all to attem 1 U.Iance. -....___.._ 14S.88 j illy 1. to bal duo ____..__.___..___ :i'3 ._..._. "

V I t/e/ I services :I I II Balarm( June >,District-No.Iu2i _..._..t....___.. 2"1." June 1.Outstanding to bal due Indebtedn..-._-..._.._Fund..._ .._.u......
{ T. J. HEDGES I I, needled durtnic month .............. 11.87 |iy amt collected ........._..__..._ .,Fund
/ Warrants IMUIM) ......... .--.... : :: ---?. _u... s
@ it if i Minister,' ; Miss Ada Register, who i. attend P.ltOOKERi \ I Blanco July 1. W -.No.___.IUalance .....___ S'Jlt.20 .1.1Dlotrict luly,' 1 I. to bal due County......School 00......_.___ .__._-__.__. .

; ''in.umm.. .... school ut Oairiesille, Jun. 1. IIIld __ .______._...__ IStUi\ rune 1. to bal due .........__..... : ; .; _
CIIKISTIAN: : CHURCH NOTES( / i Brooker July 27.-R. A. Weeks H.t.'iptu, during month ......__.__... 642.N1: iy amt collected __.....______..__ __Fond_
spent the weekwith.! her parents, Warrant* iMue.l _n.u_.__... 8.00 h. h !U
:Mr. and Mrs. C. .I. Regi-tsr.! spent a few days: of last week in Unlnnc.it July 1, 1923. __._<_>-.-_1_____._-- 824.4. jIM.trlrt 1 luly' 1 1. to bal due ___..._____..__.. .....__.. .
Owiiiff to the 5th Sunday convention : I :Misses, lilttnche Roberts, Christine Jacksonville.Mrs. HnlancD June 1. 1923 .__.00_......._ 1H3.CI5 ill'tpipu 1, to bal due County...?_.?__ ?_.
of the churches of Christ of Un : R. A. Weeks and children durlnn month ---......-..-. 9,24 ly amt rullected .... ....... i Fund
I -----
I I Townsend, Estelle Rosenberg and Warrant iiivurd _n___00_.._...... _.__. u.u.. 1.1
It j ion and Bradford counties convening, Oirrie. Hells Brown, who are attending i were in Worthington last Tuesday\ af'l I Uulancv July 1...ni.inct l'>:21 --;NO.- ;-.-i-------- 192.29 July 1 1. t,. bal due ___.____________.. i ...._.....-.- ."

I (' at Hampton next Saturday and Sunday ) summer school at Madison, spent i i ternoon. I Ii Ralanoe. June I. 1U23 ...--.--..-...-- 6H.19 J, I. to bal Total due Dub u_._Schoollune ._......... ___hO ,
I' there will be no Bible school or j :Misses Geneva Harrell and Marie : Kt-.iiptA daring month ___.......--_. .15 Dy amt collected ....._____.__--..-. )) 1, 1923
9 the weekend with their parents.Mrs. Aprrant iiiiUMi ..................... II
i morning worship here. I Mizelle Knight! who is attending ) i i Raborn of Bradford attended services :' Balance July 1. 193 .tni.--- ;....-.-. 68.33R.nnrl Jul1 1Hulance ,I 1 1. to bal due __.._______...__

14 jI I There will be preaching!, however,,, summer school at Gainesville here Friday night.In I' Jun. 1, 1923 .................. 76.75 lune, I. to bal Sub due School.__.floods_.._" ..--... ) tn.diabura0m forcitc-mit.>ui.mrni' >.f tie

I li ,, at H p. ni., ns usual. the week-end here with her last week's notes it was stated KcrU during month ___--.--..'__._ 2478 'iy oil, collected ......___-_....._. .. (, for the moots 4
spent __ 600 ,
141 would Warranln I iuiutd "-"- 0000'00" correct *' 'bl001,
of the Starke church are of LaCrosse us- :
f : I Members children! and mother. I Rev. Norris 1 Balance July I. 1923 -:No.; : i ..-m9US luly 1.. lo Iml due ..._.___--.___... belief.
l ti expected! to attend the Hampton convention list in the revival meeting at the liuinrt IV Road Bond Tax, W. ALDERMAN.
,,1'(' I' I :Miss Katherine Epperson, of Gaines j' but ) Balance Juno 1, 19.13 --_....----.--__ 18294 'I limp' I.0 bal due ..._..?__.... ( ) Clraoit Cain
), IF1 i orI t least send delegates. vine spent the week-end here with :Missionary Baptist church owing 11 11I I Ii I',reipt* during iMUfd 1 month,._-._:.:::::::::: 4 1.82IVnrrants .00 1Ilalanee Iy amt .IIl..oI ..................-. C.Bradford OoaDth. .
I The public in general and our membership I Ito' misunderstanding he way in By A. KNIGHT,
her parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. G. A. Ep- some July 1 1. 1923. __.__. ._--._ 193.28Dl.trlrt July 1. > I due ......_......__. :62 I Dual CltifaII
ii in particular will pirate remember revival meeting in south Florida,)! No. II
? I) v person. i I a llalanco June 1. 1923 --...._.--....__ 290,CS ,
i that our meeting will begin i I and Rev. Proctor of Lake j K.rripu. durinir month ______._.u.n 6923

l ) on August 6th. My son, William who the John week-end L. Smith with of friends Dade> City here.spent J was assisted by Rev. B. F. Dutler'I' Warrant Ralancv July imiuej 1, 1928__un.n_____...___00... 32953

j is expected to arrive in Stnrke July Starke. 1)1.1 netn.. uBalance : MR.
1 1" Mrs. :Margaret Townsend spent Fri June 1. 1929 __.?.....__00.. J57.21Kvceipta ERI
i' t, 31, and who l is a singing evangelist J. W. L. PmhoUter Mrs. R. J. Ol- I during. month ____.-..__u__ 10,50
I day and Saturday in Jacksonville on ,iKBUvil .. ..__.... .
ainlnIn Fulton will have and Iva Wairanta -
} now ) Ky., liver and daughter Cantey,
1 I business. j Balance July 1. 1921 ___.._.._?.00__ 367.71
charge of the singing here. The meetings of Pine Hill were among District No.' 13Halancre
I I I Mrs. S. S. Proctor has returned Colson June 1. 1923 ___un_.______ 26004 Do you realize? you are the I WL bi-
y may continue through the entire home those attending services here last R.'pla' durinir month ._....____._.. 101.97 i of the world \ r
after visit with relatives and mportant man
month of August. a I Warrant imurd ...___nn_...__._
) I'' friends in Columbus, Ga. I week. Balance July 1 1.. 1023 _.,,__U 862.03 ][>o you know that it :is YOU : truck "
All, without regard to church re- :Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Harrell and two Dl.trlct Ne-14 I
q? Mrs. W. T. Wright spent the week llalance Jun. 1. 1923 __... OS.21 should be the most independent mak<
!: I lations are Invited to attend these! end in Jacksonville with friends. |I children of New River were in town'' It.""t>iit* during month'000000....__.00_..... 72.03 all men. Instead, there are
__ .......
meetings. Why shouldn't we have a i Warrant umutd nnnU"
Rev. G. T. Walters and wife are I Saturday. llalance July 1. 1923 _uu..n.n 17024 vho, are less important that hold )' to
t sort of religious carnival ? j in Lake Butler .,
I i S. V. Andreu was 01.1 rI. No. It
';/ guests of Rev. W. G. Doyle and fam Hatance June 1. 19J3/ .--...._____.... 177.67 I IK rank which belongs to you. Why and w ",
4 ) W. E. I1AUGIIERTY ily. Rev. Walters is pastor of the !|I Friday afternoon. .ce>pu ditrinir month _'_____.__..__ 13.AO Nothing in the world but will
; Minister.METHODIST P. M. Barefoot R. T. O- warranta iuuvd __ 6.0U< <
Baptist church in Tampu and the par- :Messrs. Palance July 1. 1923 ___...__n....._ 186.97 I IIM.trtrt nent and the lack of proper he <
I teen and E. B. Andreu attended services ) No. 14F1al.n.
I ty had been to DeLand to attend the .. Jun. 1 1. 1923 ._.__......_._._ 110.40 iient' in securing: your need or f.u'm' '
'n I Iy Baptist Assembly They were accompanied at Harmony last Friday evenincf. Kfceipta Warrant during iiuuvd month .__............. 3D 80.AO.07 The American Agricultural led t" "

by :Miss Annie Freer. / !I Ualance July 1. 1923.------::::::::: :::: 114.97 I cal Co. have (rotten out a little ,
\, I Sunday school at 10:00: a. m. L. L. T. Osteen who has been hereon t No. IT \ -'' t.
I' MillS Gadys Tronbly of Mayport, :Mr. and Balance Juno tli ; ..--'n.......... 30.23Rticciptii I et that we feel sure would! be I ; are Kvtt 1I1 I
A. Davis Jr., superintendent and Miss Maurine Jarrell of Port a visit. with his !parents during month __._____.____. 23.94 nuch helpful aid to our farmers ,
11:00() and 8:00 :Mrs.' R. T. Osteen has returned to Warranta I iMUi',1 4009 "
Preaching : a. m., : p. .nn.nn
Tampa are visiting at the home of' Balance July 1. 1--------------------- 13.58 J Bradford if they would follow
'. 4 m., by the pastor, Rev. L. II. Simp his home at Plant City. midst l .N'm. I 1
i Rev. Doyle and family this week. j Weeks and children Balance June 1, 1923 _._.--__........ 21.23 I IMncelpu cachings.t: For a loner long and
1 Mr. and :Mrs. R. A. : son. Misses Onie and Lula Scarborough during month .__......_.___ 8193 t hose fertilizer people known as
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening spent Thursday in Gainesville.E. \ .wants Imiued _._...n.nu_.__.... 57.Oil' for our' i )JD
and Miss Perbeth Williams who have I Balance July 1.. 1923 _.__..nU_.._ 48.21 Iinl.re.t l r nakers of the well known A. A. -
r 11r at 8:00.: Everyone cordially Invited. J. Lewis has purchased the J. ft Sinking No. I boln -
been to DeLand to attend the Baptist the Baptist Hnlance' Mar 1. 19.1 __________:__..8121 87 )rand! fertilizers have been
6.: I R. Groover cottage near month _.._..00.1036.89 than ,
r Assembly, returned home this Ituccipta during < active in the
f t 'M HAI'TIST CIIL'KCII ItL'LI.ETIN: church. Mr. Lewis Is having repair ,S arrant Uiued ................_.... II in part t r"
I d
week. I Balance Jun. 1. 1923 _..--._.........9486.33 t he farmer to a higher and a \ n ir It'
t after which he and family -
work done
Bund No. II'nlanco .
:Mrs. Lilly Richard and son, __ __________ profitable plane. Ask any man > i
1"ran.1 May 1. 1921
their home. j i ii 00
; church in
work of the will i iI
The worship and move new
l S via, left Tuesday morning for !Receipt! during month ..__uu__... p l tae> ever availed himself of their
'( I Rev. :Moody and wife of LaCrosse,j Wnrrantu ).,1114
d Sunday Oak to visit relatives I i Balance I June 1. 192'3--:::::::::::::... U3'ice and he will tell you that he I word-
? i next. The Bible school meets at !0l) i t3: Plenn who lived were in town Sunday.Mr. Intemt Bryant near !l I sways heen greatly pleased with tau
s a. m., with gradi'd. classes for all ages but- : and :Mrs. P. :M. Barefoot and Balance :Ma 1. 1921 n..n. 3027.5 7
lander died Saturday and was Receipt during month 324.40 ,
Following) tho school at 11:00: there R. T. Osteen were in Lake Butler on Warrant: : :[fwucd: ---.-._:::::::-:::::: iUlt.- vim
s led in the Sapp cemetery Sunday. lie i I Balance Jun. 1. 1923 .. .._______._.-.343490 \Ve surely hope that our hen'
will lie divine worship, when. I the ;,14 '- Sunday. July 13. 19:3IIRADPORD
hud of
a stroke paralysis about two
\till be able tll u-e good fertilizer
tor will conclude the series of sermons weeks ago. Mr. Bryant was an old I :M. A. Clemons spent the weekend COI'NTV. 'r'a.
on Pure Religion The topic: citizen of Union county and will be with his! family: at Theressa and they -- -

i k will be "Its Vital Power." missed by many accompanied him home :Monday, after -

i Senior and Junior :M. Y. P. U. meet J. E. Moines, Jr., who has been attending a two weeks' visit with relatives RICHARD LLOYD JONES

t I nt 7:00:( p. in. Last Sunday evening the Tulane Medical! Collegein there.I. SAYST,

i we were able to hold our first service I New Orleans returned this week.He W. PinhoNter and E. It. demons s

outdoors and a )large number availed were business visitors to the county '
completed his first\ course and will [ "Be Master of Your Job'
comfortable afternoon.The .
themselves: of this:! way attend again when college opens. eat last Saturday

t'' In which to worship God. The illustrated Charles F. Rivers owner of the revival meeting at the Missionary .. nlV1'P./'O'/ nl;'.

t slides church closed Sunday / ... Ilia to- ', '<
on "Pilgrim's Progress" I Baptist .
Rivera Plow Works left lorI ;No job Is
i I Tuesday so dltllcult and none so disheartening as that of avoiding ,'" you :lip *"
Jr 'I carried us from the time Pilgrim left night. Although no members were < rwifv b.,.'
Charleston, S. C., where he will purchase work. The Idler is the wan above all others to be Ila your
'r his home, in the City of Destructionto I added to the church it is hoped that avoids pitied. who (
of material for the work
h a supply never lives, for he never coints to know the joy of dolait,
with The derived. When -iarn-
his meeting on the way much good was the -
plant. { contentment that comes from creating, nor tho glory of
l serving. crochet 'con n.
Ones Cross. S. of Lake Butler
'1 Three Shining at the Mrs. S. Proctor Without
Hal Y. Maines of Sanford was work there Is no rest. and will. 4 i I These slides will be quickly shown on attended part of the revival ser
I visiting friends and relatives here Every man wants to think that ha U. worth something. ;No in the wash
'', in order that who here last week. man
Sunday nl'xt. any this vices can know what ho la *
week. worth without work. Work la the : :
I them will have the and Mrs. W. :M' Karrell of test. Man'record ;
T. I did not see opportunity Mr. Which Stick
:Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dell and son, this world Is the record of his work not of recreation.
to see them. We will accompany Bradford, attended services\ here on Work .i of melted :'art
Ernest :Mr. and Mrs. S. :M. Driggers'and man's noblest expre lllon. All men wish to be nobla. All and casing md
Pilgrim still farther upon his Sunday evening. men wish to leave I;
daughter Ruby spent Sunday at a record Therefore even they who are Idle feign cord.
and witness the charactersand F. L. Colson and Clyde
journey Worthington Springs.Mr. son, work t they wish, at least to appear as workers.

obstacles he encounters along the : and Mrs. G. E. Spires of Eau of Pine Hill were visitors here Sunday Genius fa sometimes looked upon an a God.given mean of making a tendency t?
'. record without I"I"a ;: I t. To prevent!
way.To Gallie returned to their home this work However Ood-glven genius be
u'' these services the infirm and Troy Andreu spent Sunday with may neveraecompi5shes !f with vinegar
week after a visit with their parents. anything without work. The man of greatest genius have i I .
be and in New j '
aged remain River.
brought relatives at
may ,
Always been
Mr. Spires is cashier of the Eau Gal- amongst tho most plodding, hard working and !Intent
6 automobiles. There U no need to Royce Gainey made a trip over to their cblefect genIus )- ': If haVe a
lie bank. being their genloa for work. It la men of thalr :: you
dress for these outdoor services a. M. J. Sapp and family\ left Monday LaCrosse Saturday.All kind who know that no true work la menial. They who look ; : t o f. houis and,
d feels should when of B. Y. P. U. upon :
one > one worship is members are urged their work (t
't for :Mulberry to visit relatives. as menial are they who fall to tjxvest In that work the a ofotheeplants
r conducted in the church. The conventionality Sunday, July 15th:; the angel of to be present Sunday evening as patience, I persistence, and power which lift them: above it. ,

of indoor worship [Is absent I death visited the home of :Mr. Rance new officers are to be elected and it is .lost Man who was not made for work I work was' ma4 tot man The niaa th.
and freedom that make all be Is servant to hIs work. The l.
a prevails Thomas and bore away the devoted is requested present. of bU job. strong man alwr mftstw
the service helpful and inspiring. I Alvin Clemons was the guest of !! psopla use ,
wife and mother Mrs. Lula Thomas. Work Is an educator, and he. who would bW tirin r.! It wla:
sjvf\ y. t***!
Care will be taken during the ser I She was taken to St. Vincent's hospital friend in Lake Butler Sunday. work which is above Mm to which aa mot grow MOM* than wait old towel Of

$t vice of horses and carriages by means Jacksonville where an operation i; !Messrs. Guy PinhoUter Carl and beneath Real him to which he must descend. i between the

} of which any of the friends from the was performed, but despite the Clyde Ward, of Jacksonville spent gain our bread.rent cornell We have through other change of work. We have work to do to rubber sheet
1 work do
to for
our delight Both
country come in. Sunday here with homefolks. mini
may be
bent of medical attention she passed iloue hearty, stretiuouxly. and with a will\-*1 tt we taIL .

away there. | Sunday school every Sunday afternoon Copyright 91) by Richard fJord Jonci } If you han

LAKE BUTLER Mrs. Thomas was born in Union 3:30: p. m. Everybody invitedto rOM \ the score"
I scrubbing witlt
county July 29, 1888 being 35 years attend. the
Lake Butler! July 27.-:Mrs. O. :M. Then soak
of age. She was a faithful and consistent j I An iron
Kelley and daughters. :Misses Ode! member of the church of NIX OX POETRY I @ Jb be removed by

and Kathleen of Bartow, are tho Christ. She leaves to mourn her loss 1, I of oxalic acid

guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. a devoted husband and four( children Very frequently the Telegraph receives ,4.. ". to the fabric.

F. P. O.lum. "In :Memoriam"' generally __
an (
d Inei, Geneva Wilbur and Del mar, -First wash
Mrs. Lilla Scarborough! and daughters mother Mrs. L. L. Cone of Alachua ; spelled "memorium") from a friendof brut:
( *to<>d on a grassy kll'lll-
Misses Lennio and Bernice of three sisters and three brothers lrs.1 I some dear departed. Such effusions in the shade! or n friendly oak I with of oxalis aCid

Jacksonville\ are visiting Mr. and S. V. Andreu Mrs. C. W. Colson oft j are generally in rhyme. Sometimes look of tlHdatn at tho dtiry :laae. ho a f .; *clear> water
11 Mrs. J. II. Scarborough. )' they are copied from old newspaper le
Brooker :Miss Van of Alachua hand
Cone '
suPTal! I at the ser: and '''..>'_ai.l.! iuhlli Never
Mr. and !Mrs\ Dave Pinholster of clipping that have been usedso ,.. scarf,
y J. B. Cone, of Lake Butler W. F.I i 't swear that ho Bhiil! ,I i tear-bnt as
p i St. Petersburg are guests of her uncle Cone of Plant City and C. R. Cone, of'' often till they would be known by these are the word, ho s(>okr): on the line to!

and aunt Mr. and Mrs. John Croft Atachua. j heart-If they were read. The rest "Time wns. .ht'1I dent" wblziln: ( by them flat entire be-!

W T. Chestnut spent the weekendIn Interment was made in Midway'' are strictly home-made, and althoughthe -wlih the milky abaft uiy bl'<'I.. them

Jacksonville\ with friends.Mr. subject is serious they provoke I raise! a dust like it whlrtUust. IIH I pnn
The friends of the
cemetery. Its
many n-sillent\ wheel For I
and :Mrs. F. L. Wise, of Ral- family extend their deepest sympa-1 i much mirth by their halting meter, stud Unit IrvlnluP'l\ In SIMHS' !-thtf same ITU'n a s a cami

ford motored over to Lake Butler this. '] far-fetched rhyming words and incon my dally moul.t. 1 aI' bs or any eating( ,

Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Rivers en- gruities. "Theu. my master proud would joer at ee +4 pin. or what "s

and Mrs. II. F. Priester are receiving tertained the Christian Bible school Death is too serious a subject for the crowd sad tt.iith hi* roll In their tare collar pm.
ami heel
frequently state, that
congratulations on the birth joking, and such poems are nothing
their home from
at Friday evening 1plseethat 1 towel
weren't a skate In the county- ">r i folded
any ,
of July 21st. The little man but jokes. Therefore we do not publish
a ion
seven to nine-thirty. Over sixty enjoyed muM ponml the dirt In a two. of the dish pan
has been named William Wallace.Mr. the occasion. Refreshments of them, and their writers ought to aide "spurt, like mIn the trot tin scwt! 1V. i I glass or snina

and Mrs. M. F. Eddy of Alachua fruit ice cream and cake were served thank us for it. When you send u* SOlV.; JUT former "hoes ha* a henrine # \

pent Sunday here with her parents It is the purpose of the school )I an obituary, give us as many facts hoM-tfa me for tor the curio loci) My tailshall .

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Epperson. least each month about the deceased as you can, but grow the IMdl.bo.-mT hoofs } -Old whisk-
entertain at
{ to once ,j for the rile glue-pot. AM my glossy, double s.*
Mr. and Mrs. N. L Swanson of leave out "sob-stuff." whether in belt-it's a
during summer. A welcome to all who J1t'lt-t fat man's embarras I bscom*) worij
Pierson, are tho guests! of her parents are not members to enlist with us in rhyme or proie.:! By that means the :!lID..,. 1* It not?" 1 1 a'toO'

.{ Mr. and Mrs. J. Kennedy. this great work. 'dignity of the subject I I. preserved. Offlq ..-nlI1rr .

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