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: August 10, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02189
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Established! 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $$2.00; Six Months, $1.00-Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.

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slat) i 1UGIIT OF WAY DIFFICULTIES Prevail, James Kite and A. G. Brown 1 / k FIflJ 4 -- 'I "

HAVE BEEN: REMOVE-: followed with similar assurances to Several Delegate Appcari-d Before j ,

DEEDS WERE SIGNED WEE>. the board and on Wednesday all sign- Bund'l'ruste.es'I'ursdoy, to Urge i

NESDAY BY -MESSRS. WYNN= ed the right of way deeds. 'i7 Interests. of Their SectionAs ,*,

PKEVATT, KITE AND= BROUN. This action on the part of :Messrs. .. 1 -- -
Wynn, Kite, Prevutt and Brown now the work on the public remit! I'' '
begins to get under full headway citizens 'I \ t '...
"'! Everything is settled in connection leaves the trustees with only one ..
'S th the right of way for the Brook- right of way problem that is giving of the county are showing morn t i t .. \r.\; :
, will be oey.I interest in tho many piojocts in ; 'iI') I
.r -oad and work resumed atm hem trouble at the present time. I
charge of the board of bond trustees.At ;
carried forward This ""f. "
'i' and as rapidly is the ciise of :Mr. Britt Alvarez '
I JI sible.II' who forbids the use of a small strip their seatingTuesday delegationsfrom !' (\ .. "

1 last week's Telegraph mention t t' land off> of the south side of his several parts of tho county appeared 1)1)<
before the board.Brooker .
made of the refusal of several farm on the Lake Butler road. At q '

was along this road to donate the this point the road pusses through; a was on hand with a largo

'ithi .)f way. On more mature con- lane between Mr Alvarez's; place und delegation for whom R. A. Weeks act.

' 'leration of the matter all of these a farm owned by C. A. Crosby. The I t wr od ns npokexman. The Brooker poo- \ e ,
'tens donated the right of way and narrow road running through the / 111 plo were nnxions to have work on tho

, Wednesday signed deeds granting I lane has been the property of the toad lending tn their t.'no\ ahead +L ''y

. "?> and to the county for road pur- county for more year than anyonecan I mud !Mr. Weeks urged; the matter on "

Mr. L. A. Wynn was the Brit remember, but in the process of ,r1i1 ..IrX. the t attention! of the t hoard. 1the
i I' objectors to yield the point. He I widening the road to 0(1)(\ feet a narrow -II light of way tangle;( on tills road had. t"

in town lust Saturday and ad- strip off of both farm Is neces- j not !then been Ironed out the board.. t ;

.1 i Trustees Ritch and :Matthews snry. Mr.\ Crosby has deeded the strip a promised 1 the Urooher delegation" tn ) \ .

i< ht would offer no further objcciii on his side of the lane, but Mr. Al- I' ., r SD s4r4 tr lf M / CraM start work on the section! between s

the road crossing his land ) varez steadfastly declines to allow'the (] irahnm and IIroul el'. Tim right of "*"

iaid he had decided that the ad- use of his land. His main objection -I ( A ),, E i ,
would his bo that in the and! curly construction of the loud for "
''iiges.' that accrue to seems to widening
'tv would twei..h uny little road it will! become necessary to Its full length Is assured! I t I,'

t!try consideration that might; move a row of cedar trees that 1'0-1 A deloga on from New lover sec .

him in the course of condemi stand along the old roadside, ( lion, r'prosent.wforu\ the board, by !

e i. proceedings, and, that he was (WK that these trees, because of .1. r:. .'.!IlIaUl and. II, F. Itenfrm'! asked
that the rout leading from the I '
'II!; to tand in the way of the 1
cuing forward. :Messrs. J.V.: (Continued on Page: AI> Luke Butler road In Brooker via. J.

.I President. Warren G. ll.irdmg: died I II Calvin! ; S. Cuoltdge., vice president 'I'lluHinging rails burn. him bark to G. Colwon'a! place b.. changed/ to i y' Max

jut the Palace Hotel, San Fmncisco, was sworn in by his father and Is''[ the quiet town in Ohio whence hoI branch off further west than tho present .
...--:,....-....--..- I locution and run through the .
Thursday evening at 7:30: clock, now president of the United States. I came.
I town of New Uiver. This mutter ( tlj
: i'reI1 from u stroke of cercbal apoplexy. Mr. (Coolidge; issued: a statementin I I irim-volcfd. diatant /guns spoke| the) wu 1 '
First Yankee-Doodle '' laid over for further consideration + a
The end came unexpectedly, and after which he pledged/ himself to rnrry nation's! farewell ui tint funeral train ..r I
but the members of tho board Informally
I the disease with which !lie had, out the policies of Mr. Harding, and drew out. A legion of armed men
thu that Now
been suffering for a weok was belies naked the co-operntion nnd assistance: 'I 1 stand with rifles and sabers at snluta. expressed oplilluii\ e i
N r. |led to have been conqueijed. of all the Into president' associates' ,I: Great fold, and small, In their River should be (>ruvj scheme of road
i avab His wife was at his bedside. She I thousands, Blood silent and with Improvement l
I| 1 I'::. W. and, Berry Rosier represented 1
I had been rending aluud to him. Pausing I'lineral' Train !Mme on \\iiy to Last heeds bared in till fading light; of the f
th"lr with thlltImrn..liulo 1 '
Hectluit! a request
eta i in her rending she looked at the ReHtmg Plaie ;I evening und the dead president was \
lutlon be taken toward '
I president, who raised his hund and Washington Aug. 8.-Wnrrcn (J.lUnilmg J. gone. But behind him thorn in tiro I ,
of the road from Rosier sCrntwu.d
M ,I said, "That's good, read some more." < left Washington tonight, halls if thu senate whore long ho improvement .\I d
'i An instant later a shudder passed fort'ver. His short, eventful '' moved In his happiest' hours in t the --- tt

i through his frame, he collapsed and of power und heavy care was momcnt'l.. ; capital, or again thoro in the bleak, ( ( 'DII. l\ig/ o) .

I I the end conic almost instantly. his eternity of rest begun. i I 'lonely rooms of tho deHterli-il. White -. -- -

., I Mrs. Harding, who had been constantly Yd stcryear, tho flooding tide of des- : llotiso where were passed. tho heavy r ''

: >" M1 at his side since tho beginning till bore him eastward to take up days and nights of cure that broughthim ; i First Lady of Land t't'I

s ,j 1. .. c I I of his illness bore up bravely the challenge]] of !end''>niMtj( the millions I to his untimely death lingered and Her BoysCilvlit '

"I 1 um not going to break down" she of his countrymen hud thrownto brave memories such ut he would bu __ '
I II I told attendants, when she realized him. Todny, that tide ebbed went- I proud tonight to know ,filled men's I ,, N IIfttL"V.':' ..11. '! ,

I I: that her husband was dead. ward again! under, the netting nun. '; minds as they thought of him R rw n ji, r.

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I II I News: has reached Sturke of the I! MEMORIAL) SERVICE: Ton'\Y o'clock., I'

marriage of Mr. Clyde Lemon ands All buniiisn hnuncN. are requested to I

1 1I Miss\[ Gertrude Scott in Atlanta, Au- ', I close from four to live o'clock, 10 tho
.k ; ,.; .t' 1I I'gust 1st. The bride I is well known inStarke. '' A> will be seen elsewhere In the men may be able to attend thin ser I 1' .
T.-l'graphthere proclamation
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being the eldest daughter of vice in honor of our late prvnldont. ,
I Rev and Mrs Geo. F. Scott. They !Mn.'ir; Peek announcing a II1l1l\1uriull l( The pastors and, congregation! : of i+ 1f,
tha late President Ilardint I
will make their!! home in Burberv ille, seisne nil churches in town are cordially Invited -
be held,) the :Methodist!
to at
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after a trip to Asheville and llemler- to join in this union .ervI'e.1
\\II'h thin ( afternoon at i
: sonville. N. C, There will be music! by tho combinedchoirs M I I

-- und epeclal! numbers by William v t tr

i Oitughcrty, of r'ulton, Ky., John]I
; i UNION COUNTY EAGER FOR :. I'owelt, Misses. Hilda Struth and

I Florence Matthews The [pan ton of
y; x+t' ;'PY I the different churches will each give
,' r .i 4 t A SYSTEM OF HIGHWAYS :
W I u short address, also Kev. L. W. Kick-

liter and :Mayor Peek will add. to the

Lake Butler, Aug. 8-A large num.oe1' do' '-Iopmeht, us woll aJ! the economy I program. Public cordially invited to

of representative citizens of Un- '' ant' pleasure in using\ such hard sur- 'i :
attends II III e
,on county assembled at the courthouse .! .4
in Lake Butler Thursday afternoon UnereuH, in pursuance of such du- TKOCLAMATIOVWhereas
for tho purpose of discussing: ain Union county IB now making arrangements I

,ht proposed bond issue for hard surfaced to begin the building of : President: Coulidgo, has P +

r arl roads. I a !system of hard road, now, tnoiu- I I proclaimed Friday, Aug. 10th, fur '

;saIT"4 After listening to interesting talks I fun memorial services in all the churches

r by O. L. Mizclle, E. W. Miller, A. v.1 Uu it resolved, by the citizens! of ; throughout the United State commemorating -

Andrews and Joe Hill Williams the; Union county in mass meeting assembled President> herding, de."I'a"ed. t I RL -
that the state road department -I (-1 ej
following resolutions were read and '.J' f. 'v 'j 1 a; II t
be requested! to grant such aid
tS adopted: All citizens and all churches of the
j WhereeL the state of Florida hasI to Union county in the road constructionof the I' town are hereby requested to join inn
I I' a system! of good as
service at the
memorial union
I i made provision for grunting aid to great natural resources of thIS county
\ several counties: in constructing hard merit.ieeulved. ; Methodist church ut 4 o'clock Friday

l | surfaced roads> und under these provisions I : > that u committee of flee. I afternoon and thus show respect to

the state has developed and bo the dead president.
representative citiieiut appuintud
Cnolid'jtcshun The services will be appropriatemusic
r>resMe'trL Cafvht I in helping a large majority of tne to present! this claim* of Union county
Doodle Ptert and short talks by several citizen
CoolMgt of Unwaclnuwtli. U our first Yankee aC counties of Florida in such hara rouaconatruution I tu uie state road department fur such
dent belD. horn on the Fourth of July" nft>'.one years / <>riS"lontn. *.
It I and old.Resolved.
third YIC6-prOlOIc\eut\ from that! : State I
la a cotoddenc. Vt. ne that Js one the of the other two, CMter A. Arthur became Whereas, each of the counties bor- that a couunittea of All business houses'/ are requestedto art a i bSy
the awawluatUHi of Jamw A. Ilarftotld. The third waalw receivedsuch I .. and direct close for one hour at four o'clock.
rr-w-I upon deung on, Union county has : h> lie appointed tu plan
/ f Morton. wke-I'lealdliul|'; l ( to l'IU bleat Hurrlwu."OOLIDGE . of Services will begin promptly at 4
-J.. ... state aid, and the development campaign: to secure the passage
-)II, .."" \ o'clock and close promptly at five ,
.eon ol tae roads. of moose adjoining coun- the bund mua and approval of thegood v i r lay'Alrt

BUS drawn and and I roads bill tor Union county. o'clock.
ties more COMER L. PEEK,
<: REAL SON OF TilE Lancaster into Vermont. will continue\ to draw buaina away ine ineeticg then proceeded to or- :Mayor.TO .
the Coolidge family through; "a the Union County Ooud ICuucUAuuciation )
FA RSI Here ,from our county resulting> in great goni < tH>llJte| urtvi b
I generations tilled the soil, raised live material luu to the citizens of .Union I > of when Lir. J. I!:. Maine MEMBERS S. F. G. ASSOCIATION OMI'lrl'Ol| l nopliilljr. but .1"8,1 '
stock, produced maple syrup and sugar I wa elected chairman anti Jesse save nit) or her tlni to her 1
President born Independence county: andWhereas :
Coolidge was on IIn.I.811t1 nod two boys Open
of influence in Jr. The uppoint-
Johnson secretary.
and were persons : icolnv to WuiililiiKtoii, however,
day 1872 In Plymouth| in every instance> where -
their community. meat of ali vonunitUe: was l left to .10.. iv*.* I'KivnlUtl' If In.
Vt., the son of John C. and Victoria the state ha aided a county in such\ : The Starve Fruit Growers Aisocia- upon f
To him in boyhood came the usual :.. A. Duwling, cliairioan: of the mass" Butte In nodal elTnlr end
(Moor) Coolidge. Ills father descended -i; boy living hard road construction, a period of meeting, and lit. J. 1::. llamas, chair- tion will hold a special meeting on luu..lll1teI1 terninv a greet ;
from i experiences of a country I 2 toconsider r..vurll... John and I'ulvltiCo4ili :
John and Mary Coolidge I business activity and prosperity ha Saturday, 11th inst., at p. m.,
who had settled Watertown, M....,! on a lonely farm, the sun of the vil- ia and awn of the Good Rood Association. the purchase of strawberry followed suca county, .1
Tha mass meeting then adjournedto uim to play on the
about 1620. Ills ancestry runs thru) lag. store keeper. and to elect officer. All
refrigerators White House I lawn Kulo
born in him the industry Whereas, it U the earnest wish and! meet again a* the Union County dues
Generation of old stock who lived in'' Here was I' members urged to ba present. art Tuft was tlwre.
desire of the citizens of Union county Good Road Association on Thursday
ai.achasetta until the preaidenfa R. D. BOWER, Pre. .
to share in such prosperity and afternoon, August bibs .
great neat grandfather moved from I (Continued on Page 4))



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William Moran, alias George WilJinmB the captain deaf for about half I
and known to wire tappers hour, little damage was done.
a' and prison officials as the "Alabama ,
Kid" was arrested in Chicago for The tree blueberry is now {
the murder of tho "Waco Kid" in tho I ifr ing attention In various parts of '
j dining room of tho Granada hotel, state. S. Ilice, the nurseryman jAiwaETThR/
St. Augustine, in March 1921. I C'rcstvievr has developed a new and i
I riety called the Okaloosa which ,
? Four tipsy cow! and two others i( planted in the fall will give a I
with hangovers that any pro-Volstead I i of fruit during the following I
barfly wuold be proud to own led to j The tree grows in clumps is I
the capture Thursday at White House I and notably free of pests. Mr. 1
'e I of four largo moonshine stills and the has had 30 years of experience
breaking up of what federal prohibition this berry yielding tree md no
agents believe to be one of the ure was noted during that period.

,i 44 t main sources of moonshine in Jacksonville .
Pablo Beach needs more 5ulpB3OllC3MYgfyr

r1 I boarding houses, restaurants
j Approximately 100 gallons of crude amusement fcuiturca. The popular of them
water at sort has all of these things but
r ii v t L oil have been poured on the ,
1 Sweetwater branch which runs thru opening of the St. Johns river
the heart of Gainesville and empties and increase in travel by rail and I prisoner
q in Paines prairie, since the antl-mos- highway has been so great as to Brig-
quito drive was inaugurated. The oil it necessary for !greater' for the
was applied at the source and Is expected and more accommodations. The county
Qi+ to cover tho full run of the of trade is going to work for the ; the deputy
branch. sired improvements and additions that
the beach rtkort. in the

Florida ranks higher than any oth- charge of
er Southern state except Louisiana, A sea cow nearly wrecked a and dis '

.i I Arkansas Texas and Kentucky in its I light canoe party Sunday night up Sat I J',. ...
proportion of moving picture theatres Ted IIouHer of Miami ran over overpow- I '.
of the big mammals feeding in his es- C .. .
i to population. Florida hns a lar- ( ( ,
{ low water off Royal Palm docks. I itj;,,;
prisoner '
per proportion! of theatres than Goorgia '
Virginia Tennessee, North Car- big fellow, frightened by the went to I .tJ" .
olina, South Carolina, Alabama or swish of Houscr's paddle, headed barricaded
:Mississippi I the frail craft, tipping it nearly The deputy: I
rr" ( and throwing a deluge of water him,

,; Bootleggers in Tumpn the past few the two women occupants. time..
weeks have stinted 1 a cut rate war. I canoeists paddled furiously to GASOLINEBuy
t C Competition has kicked the bottom rocking canoe but on arrival the ;: from \Vau-
out'of'the ]liquor market. With the I had disappeared into deeper water. and

heated period and many who like the His
a Two checks, totalling more that of a
weather off the
in cold laying
a4 # booze in tho Bummer, tho rate cutting two and a half million dollars! he is as! at the pump with the Crown sign.
applied. principally to Scotch and also placed in the hands of the Several
1 Bank & Trust! Company late I him out of
'1 1 champagne, the latter owing to alight
1 .demand at anytime excepting afternoon The action marked the not ascer POLAR5NE OIL
d around the holidays. nal step in the acquisition by the of col
.i of the property of the Tampa said, his
Works Co and the passing of the be, but
S. I. T. Roberts, Birmingham and Best Lubrication
r Tampa capitalist and owner of the ter system from private ownership past two for
Tampa baseball club, announced the II muncipal management has not
completion of plans for erection of a and operation. and if he

Bradentown$2,000,000. hotel and Manatee midway on between the old Wednesday afternoon a colored two next years two

Adams estate with a $100,000 club ployo of the Putnam Lumber Ilia hair STANDARD OIL COMPANYINCORPORATED

house and casino in n 42,000 acre preserve puny who was ill with fever, mustache is
', as an adjunct to the hotel. not find a dry place to lie down white per
cept on the railroad track. He

( R. L. Dowling of Green Cove, and sooner laid down with both feet
Paul A. DcLong, of Columbus 0., tending over one rail than he N'k the former
t, have been named by the court as receivers unconscious or else dropped off Sidney J.
for the Florida Farms & Industries sleep. Soon after a log train he set forth I

Co., a corporation operating along running over him and to
extensively in Clay county and capitalized ). 'off both limbs. He was carried the coming of 313,000 cars and trucks, but production is the manner in which industrial and I, per cent of the output goes to tie
? t at $0,000,000. The appoint- Shamrock where his wounds were and though running at the high commercial interests hvae been absorbing farms. Sales of Fordsons for the
ment of receivers is for the purpose tended to. time to est schedule in the company's history Ford trucks. Sales of these first six months totaled 41,023 an "increase .
f of protecting the stockholders and he could not meet all these orders. trucks have been little short of phe of nearly 8,000 over the same
creditors of the company and to pre- The board of commissioners from all The June sales bring the total of nomenal. A total of 17,774 Ford period last year.
vent any wasting of assets. state institutions has awarded a his hat in Ford car and truck deliveries in the trucks were delivered to retail customers The
tract for the coal supply for the have like. nation-wide demand for Ford
i United States for the first six monthsof in June an 'ncrease of more
ing winter. The contract calls known. In products which hsa been greater this
Installation of the Tampa Times'new the of
i 1923 up to enormous figure than 6,000 over the same month a year than before is increasing
an aggregate expenditure of Catts ever steadily -
"Duplex" metropolitan high 894,078 an increase of 354,975 or and truck sales for the six
imately $21,750 for coal at the "after a year;: ago and in view of the prosperous -
J speed press was begun Monday morning about 65 per cent over the same per months since January 1 total 97,123
under the supervision of George and the freight from the mines to conditions prevailing promises to
iod last year. a gain of nearly 90 per cent above
Swann, expert for the Robert Hoe & different institutions probably of The increased volume of car buying the same months of 1922.! bring new sales records in the coming
makers of the lIe came approach that figure A parts of
Co., press at least so far as it relates to the Another feature which shows that months.
firm submitted the time make
to superintendthe
to Tampa especially I Ford, promises to continue. present prosperity is general in the
work of installing the press and which calls for the purchase of his candi
Aside from the increased demand agricultural sections is the increasing
9,000 tons at the of.
to see that the "first run" comes off proximately I Smooth Work.
without a hitch. The new press is the at $2.75 a ton. for passenger cars, a significant feature demand for Fordson tractors. While That job Is best done at which Out
latest Duplex sextuple 48 page model of the sales reflecting the coun industry is rapidly adapting the bossing Is least la evidence.-Albany

with a speed of 36,000 papers per Water in the Everglades !
hour. affected by the unprecedented over the .. .
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conditions of 1922, is now within which

Capt. G. Baclgalupa of the Italian inches of the flood stage of last at 9:30.: I w"SW! c CAN aa TAA1' THAT CATTVTHB NCI4H8oA
although the peak was not rifle HOME
the bridge a
steamship Sorl as he paced Voo'Rl UQI ORB ABOUTWHAT ACRoC "STREBTTHAT 4Np
n. of his ship moored at the Port Tampa I until September, according to O. his body.
phosphate elevators Wednesday, Benbow of Moore Haven president bullets in SWEET 'iOl"\enUN6." \ I WA* AN OLD ,

} was.. dumfounded as well aa deafened the Benbow Farms, embracing Lying 14 'IT ? nrtflwm 606SIPf I p r
It when a shower of wooden splinters acres less than forty acres of of the dead HOME 1 4 +
:w began dropping around, him on the are not under water. Water is is used by ... 4 it
deck. Lightning struck the wooden rising and unless something la night stick kqw '
L topmast above the steel foremast and to remedy the situation the fear at the
o.cu Made
splintered" six or eight feet of it into that losses this year will be (' net ten. wife I a R.Ic.t..war .5 OIII

kindling wood. Aside from making ably greater than those of the waiting. -
._ year. told of the
", done the ;
'..: As a result of an automobile own life. z&&

I dent on the Tnmpa-Plant City her hua- ., '
General Friday just before noon Mis ) the club. -ir--- _
i Floyd of Tampa, and Mrs. shot her Terry
Insurance Wilson of Burtow were then se- CillWoG d
killed) and other occupants of the room lk- M IY
t ., AND injured. The accident occurred a his body as AYrocaaraawRLwsRal
west of :Mango when the Dodge /

ing our which Mrs Wilson wits Aw CALM
.: ing skidded and rolled! over into ) :' 891,078 00114 vouasaroue, FUTILE.
Real Estate d-tih.; Tho slippery condition of cHS' 6e-I! ?.HAT. 1. .- CALM = TASKS

"I"i.f pavement caused by rain is : Over Same 'TUP. .. ? '{OU'R,& = = YouRSel *
r for the accident it being, stated NOT OLD! a
the car was mt. b"ing driven at
PEEK & BURNS than a moderate rate of spued. : .-Domestic!

Ford 1 Motor; (
,.i The boys of the Plant City were 161-
v "Not too big for small business
unit were all delighted) with their 1 increase of D o -
nor too small for big buMine".
periences at Fort Bragg last a year -
They were gratified nt the action :
i Your Business is. Cordially So- the federal authorities In represent

licited. horses to the battery. Those per cent C'MOi4
7 if. and other equipment have been cars and ,'f. pOwrl MERE _
Oflice with C. L. Peek & Son ped from Fort Bragg, They will sold had LIKt7 A \J1"MAN'
y"ol with those the I II {
to Tampa along of the com- II -
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Telephone 8JA er units of the regiment which fill all or- cut
?l : clude Winter Haven, Bartow i A ri4u41 wea4 A
< on hand I \ r- -,. CLAOS es GtA54
Lakeland. Arrangements will j an excess

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I the r'>ant>. 0.); Bradford on the AntI levied and assessed for the year A. I "1 n A3.' 1

:::i- Warren Harding's Favorite Picture I day .,f January, A. V.) I 1923.( for the l iy21: "n all the property! embraced Last Harding Pictures 3u +f

tine and t 1 forfeiture fund, to meet the 1(1:thin ,h* luiundiiries of each t lit the -'"--=- ..::. --....:. .. : ""- -. : '- "'; '-";; -: '
: ;:
;: :;
current. "Ilen"."., ,as, etunatrd I In the .."dl,1 rw"QI l ta" districts a* above -.-..,..' -----/ '-
Ynk ,. ...(
budget 'named, :yrnp anti IH-IIK In Bradford ,'' ".. v

To cover the amounts of tho estimated county, Florida ,'

expenses for keeping the roadsn leeched that the tax assessor in / f." '

n L'., >lt! shape and for the construct and for the county of Bradford and ( ,, .( 'tf i

try t and repairing of bridges and state of Florida be and ho is hereby 1,(,. ', :, :

ti y a other necessary expenses to keep the directed to levy and assess the fore : .I '..,' r t".': I j:
a roads of the county in good condition going taxes at fixed and levied by the x. < .. '''+ 1 i

iiui provide other roads necessary as board upon tho property as levied,

1. estimated by thi board of bond and that! he extend the taxes on the ." t'k : '

trustees of Bradford county, Florida: valuation of such property according

it is determine! and hereby doc-laced to laid nullage as fixed and determined

that a tax of four mills upon tho dollar by this, board on all the property

be levied, assessed and hereby imposed subject t to taxation in the said county

upon all of the property lying of Bradford, as to all taxes levied and IN i
and h in the of Bradfordon intended be entered the
the old home > mir/ county to on 11981'88'm'nt
M In
Taken Marlon
Ohio just afiei
the Presidency mud while awaiting Inauguration iluv hring thin picture Hecto,! of tn the first day of January, A. D. roll under tho head of county i

Mrs Harding liiiiiulxlvelv pluulug u firmer In his lin.elsjn nlwii a held ail Ui2::, to< meet the current expenses taxes and upon all property lying
>clnl nttnictloii for the( hate 1'rpal'lpnt. of the county as estimated.To and bonier within the districts tiS named

meet the interest payments and within the county of Bradford as

provide a sinking: fund for the ultimate of the first day of January, A. 1>. 4;
1923 ,; redemption of county bonds in 1923.

: pursuance of the requirements of the I Resolved, further, that the clerk of

STARKE DISTRICT PAYS 58 MILLS law it IH determined and hereby declared 1 the circuit court and clerk of this

that a tax rate of eighteen'' board, be and he la hereby directedto i

-- I mill upon the dollar be levied, assessed furnish to N. D. Wainwright, tax I rS

'i<,.and of county commissioners met Sunday, unless excused by' the and is hereby imposed upon assessor of Bradford county, a full MrW 0' t1Y,

.?,itular session Monday, August> 6,, at $23 per month. all the property lying and being in and complete\ copy of the foregoing t 1 1f

'. with the following members The board then took( up the the county of Bradford on the first minutes in so far as it relates to the AA "

., ,rot: J. M. Brownlee, chairman, of the estimated budget and cons day of January, A. D 1923. subject of levying taxes, etc.

I i. ,1 lh II Hill, H. P. Gainey and Jas. ered the contemplated expensed To meet the current expenses Incidental Resolved, further, that the clerk

R&,,l1olds. the several funds for the fiscal }' and necessary to the operation and auditor of tho county be notifiedof

Minutes of last meeting read and beginning October 1, 1923, and of the public schools of the county the amounts to be appropriated to

appro*ed. ing September 30, 1921, and and to pay the salaries of teachers the different accounts out of the total

Bund of A. S. Crews and W. M. consideration adopted the and repair schoolhouses ns estimated taxes levied for all purposes. tW, ?, ''I 1,1r r

limn approved for notary public. budget: bv the county board of public instruction List of errors, double assessments! ..

Report of inspector for county jail ST1MATE EXPENSES: GENERAL: :'\ it is I determined and hereby declared and insolvencies presented by the tax +

-i,ad and ordered filed. Salary aa! auditor of, clerk and clerk of tho to circuit county court com that a tax of ten mills upon collector and after examination, the % t"S

Report of inspector for convict mitiaionera ----...__..._.I.BOO. the dollar be levied, assessed and is same was accepted. and the clerk ordered ,
Per diem and mll'alle
amp read and ordered filed. era, of coramiaaion......... 600. hereby imposed upon all the propertyin to allow the proper credits upon t 'i < stlrla''xa( +' kYa
The Bradford County Telegraph fay. of shortl' i-;; attendanq i; on countycnmmhwiononi the county of Bradford on the first the account of the tax collector ns! e FRib:, ,
I ... 60. a m
.vu.i designated as the paper in which Salarlen. of Other lli..rd"i binAttorney day of January, A. 1>. 1923. follows : / ? WeiY

'III'' general and permanent laws of'i ploy..t for county. comraiMionera. 40. To meet the outstanding indebtedness Totul amount of state tax for Y
Supurvigor of regiatrntfnn _n_______ according to the estimate, it in which credit, was allowed, $*>02.12. r
acts of the legislature 1921!) are Kopaira to County Buildings kxr ,
It. published. Courthoiu* ____...___nn____.. 100. determined and hereby declared thata Total amount of county taxes for *
Jiul ------------------------.- 100.
A report received that Mr. S. J. I' niiua Fixtnrea fort tax rate of two and one-half mills which credit was allowed, $ 1070.07.( t

Courthouia __ .__.._.___... ,
-- -- 100 upon the dollar be levied, assessed! Total mount of special district ;
Prescott member of the board. had
a Jllll ..... .. 100: JI
'-- --- --- --
peen stricken with paralysis, vvhereipnn tspenaea of County;; ; liuildinoaiJumtont and is hereby imposed upon all the bonds taxes uncollected, $OO.t) 02. err # .
....... .
and other attendant
the following resolution was Light, fuel and water ............ property in the county of Bradfordon Total amount sub school taxes uncollected -
Insurance __ .... ggg: of A, D. .
----- ---- --- the first day January, $12023.Total
I Allowance made to paupers outaida of 1923, to meet the current expenses. $-1807.0 I.
Resolved, that we, the board, of poor houses ..................l.COO.
unty commissioners in body, assembled I Coroner Inqueatasri According to the nullage BO deter There being no further business,
..t. of otficem, jurors and ..ltn_- 200. mined, fixed and assessed, the total ,
the board until
do express and extend, tour Inanity. Inquirieasrpea adjourned next regular \ -
? brother member, Mr. S. J. Preset -,I of ollicera and committee .... 100.In'I millage to be entered in the column I meeting on first Monday In September J
Matlonery and Printingsunerat !
...... provided, for county taxes in the assessment : _
heartfelt sympathy and wish < stationery blank. ate S50 .": '
our -: ::::?!: -
:: = )
H-conl books ____._____________ SCO: I roll for the year A. D. 1923 l')21.G.. W. ALDERMAN: ; 1) '
H T a speedy and complete recovery, AtivertiainK required by law and paid I These photographs are some of the lust taken of the lnU president Curing ,
for 300, u -HVi mills upon the dollar to cover Clerk and Auditor.
by county
tad that he may be able to meet with Commiitaiona paid to-Officer t I II 1 the Alaskan trip. The big picture reveals the typical and pleasant

'. again. I Tax wear ... -_.__-_......-.____2.,200. a total estimated expenditure of $- ; !larding expression, Below, left, Mr. Harding explaining his World Court
1 800 the
flee eollpcu been made
--- Estimates having by I\ 1E Jnl.\\1) !
Petition was received with several I i Sheriff, general court work, :::=::::. 500: 1 plan to a western audiome. Right, 6i r. and Mrs Harding, with Scott C. i 4
trustees of the several special tax
I Clerk: circuit court recording and general
hundred, names asking that J. C. court work ...__________. 150. IS Hone, Governor of Alaska, enroute to the transport HomlurMin which
numbered 3 4
school districts 1 2
iinflis be released from jail sentence txiMnt: of primary and general alec , Willie Ouch l Mames, July 2, 1921.! : brought them back to the United States two weeks '
I can ._.___._________._______ 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 11, 15, HI( 17, ago t t' "
which he is serving. Also a letter lodging| ___._____.___........... ZBO. For twenty-five years continuously,
'. ,n Drs. W. E. Middleton and J. C. i Reserved for Contingencies. ______1.600. 18 and 19 asking that certain millagp save for hit term of enlistment, he 4

IV -Us\ stating: that. the physical condition Total -.-----.._.--._._....la.e 40. be assessed! against all the propertyof has been in our home, where he hat wife Ho went to Florida, assumedthe I the bent viuietios, how ti,> grow them
I ESTIMATE OF FXHfcMlrH" '' FINE AND said districts as follows : exerted Influence his name of Tori'ester, and lu'CHino II'': and above dt .
of J. C. Griffis is such that hon FE1TUKH HIND an among many successfully, all, how tn ,i,.
,mid be released frmo prison. The i Shi-riff and dcrutlea, coat bills I In crlmInal No. 1 asks for 3 mills. friends, based on true understandingand model citizen. : make $100 I to $1,01)0) 1 I per aero liS other Y
; :l.SOO) No. 2 for 10 mills.
card not having the power to par- Constables caw. coot -il.incriminal cases 600. friendliness, as well as being Recently n young man in the neighborhood ,I are now doing Soimi pooplu grow i'i
I of the circuit court, coat billa In No. 3 for 8 mills. fault. sought permission to bananas only for home and for
J. offered the follow- Clerk to a marry use
'inn C. Griffis generous
criminal ..... ..___.__________ No. .1 for 3 mills. I .r
:* resolution: County. judge, coat bills in criminal But fur those who loved him, those hm daughter. In fairness' to the youth ornamental/ purposes, and thin. nowpamphlet
__ ..... ._.. No. I 5 for 3 mills. y j"
-.1 200 !
Resolved, that we do recommend cages --billa ----- who lived, in the home with him day the father revealed the secret iif Ills will tio found very useful.We M ,
coat in crim
I J"I'h."': peace ] "> No. fi for 7 mill! !!. after month there the not
r novo Cary A. Hardee and the board attorney. eunvie- after daymonth past, whereupon youth only
? pardons that J. C. Griflls he parol- I County tlon fees prosecuting. 10 iJ ------..-...---..rWOO No. 7 for 3 mills. was so much more. There was his. broke off tho engagement hut int.1'
County. proaocutlnn attorney, convio- No. 8 for 5 mills. oil the authouties. Hall rondo effort :
I constant to family no
loyalty our
ii 'it granted a full pardon for theme lion f..... l. )2. great ;
No. 10 for 6 nulU.
W .0< his to to aneHt. "I'd rather
-) of which he was convicted and Vilno.il fuel there was willingness cooperate escape ,
Court aumoiiraphor In insolvency cam O No. 11 for 10 mills. ,
now serving sentence, that of selnij I, Sheriff, cummuwion on fine, etc, ollevdinn in anything\ that w uld furtherour spend twenty years with a chain r
I,,et a'd ---------.-------------- No. 12 for 3 mill!!. interests no matter how much extra ," ho said, "than have hud inv ,
> intoxicating liquors. I pruonera .-._.._._.______ gung 1 .f
No. 13 for 3 mills i 1 ,
criminal canea, county work devolved himself. Therewas daughter miin who lielruedme. ,1 td
Petition received from citizens of lay nC Juror in on \ marry a
__.___ .
and l justice peace courts n ?52 No. 14 for C I mill. "
to Commerehtl.
that hIs! perfect scrupulousness as -LecHburg ,
Lawtoy and community asking I (Di.infectant Juard aL Jail .-_ ____--__._____. JJJJ, No. IS for 6 mills. others his of a apt
the right of ---
Katherine King be placed upon the llesurved< for contingLnclea _____-__l.UOO. power I II.lf.III.R
No. 10 for 6 mills!
nauper roll and after consideration ____.._.... adaptability under changing conditions V.\ .FHI.K HOOK 1 .
I Total _________.._ .1.8HO No. 17 for I 0 mills. "
and his to 59
done and the clerk ordered :
was board then proceeded with
The mills.
i No. 18 for 7 without We
burden .
to draw a monthly allowance of $3. I matter of fixing the rate of No. 19 for 7 mills "Commercial Banana Growing; In

Petition received from citizens of ,. for the county and school Boundaria of above districts recorded have, too, so many happy memoriesof Florid is the title of n helpful new i
and the
I..awtey and community asking that our life together, memoryof pamphlet which Is heing sent out free ,, I ,
;i for the year A. D. 19.3J!) and in this book (Mo. 6) on pages lifewill
the of Mrs. Jessie Griffis be his noble, generous, helpful W. .K. Hollos. of a
name I careful consideration of the 112 to 119 inclusive, minutes of boardof be to UM. to all by Secretary grind Our Own Lenses ,
placed upon the pauper roll and after lof receipts and estimate of expenditures county commissioners.The always inspirational these his tho Florida Banana Growers! Aasoelutlon Y tCdainesdille
Over and beyond was NODELAYFlorida.
onsideration her was ordered Oldsmar Fla. It IH the best
name I it was the determination of trustees of the several districts that ,
placed on said roll and be paid $3.00 : board that the rate of taxation above named having certified the rate 1 beautiful inevitably, won gracious affection personality and kept it. practical treatment of this subject .
per month. **IQ1 such I I ever published, describing in detail
essary to meet expenses of nullage voted to be assessed ad and dear and i
The two I He was sweet good, I 1
board to purchase f
agreed be for each of the following above set forth, it was determinedthat lovable. Fun-loving instantly responsive -
lectric ]light poles, one to be placedat ed purposes, the amounts the tax rate so fixed be levied optimistic by
to any gaiety,
southeast corner of courthouse declared and levied, viz: and it is hereby fixed and assessed nature and habit, he possessed also OhmwhDdyBIance[
yard and the other at the southwest
all the of each of
I In order to meet the estimated against property the tenderest kindness in tho world ,

order of same. in penses of the county, it is the above named special tax districtsfor for any one in trouble-though his ,
The board had an application and hereby declared that a tax the year A. D. 1023!) In the countyof troubles he kept to himself. Thru'
thejanitor's j)91\ShoWS
Person from Ernest Byrd to do I .my.Banil
Bradford and state of Florida. lying
and of five mills upon the dollar be an illness of Intense suffering he was \
< work at the courthouse
all and being within the boundary of
the I and it is hereby imposed upon brave with a fortitude that sprung
jail'. Mr. Byrd agreeing to be on property lying and being in the each of the several l special tax school from the depth of a great soul.
job i all day each day of week except
ty of Bradford on the first! day districts above mentioned and de To those of us who loved him it Consistent, regular SAVINGS

January, A. D. 1923!) for the scribed.To doe not seem to us us though he can bring happy results before you're d'q k
ASPIRINSay fund to meet the current expenses I meet the Interest payments andto be gone. And he is not gone. He '
the county, and to provide for the provide a sinking fund for the ultimate lives on In our hearts. aware of it. Women are the real i
I of the bonds in the "thrifters" and get keen enjoy
penditures at estimated. in the redemption Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Maines and
and Insist! hereinbefore set forth. I bonded special tax districts numbered Family. ment out of "seeing their bank 1

"Bayer" To meet the expenses estimated : three, Starke, and six, Lawtey, account GROW." ,

be necessary to be paid of the the boundaries of said districts above LONDON TIMES:: CARRIES t.

and forfeiture fund, it is I' named being duly recorded on page STORY OK. LF.ESnUUr.fAS! Many a young woman has gone f ,' '
and hereby declared that a tax 113 and 118 of book No. 6, minutesof through college, or followed the r. -' '

I two mills upon the dollar be I' county commissioners, it is determined Proving that Leesburg is knwon to direction of her "bent" or talent

assessed and J is hereby imposed and hereby declared that a tax the outside world the Item appearing through her "Savings Account."

''all the property lying and being rate of five mills upon the dollar be below which Wall clipped from the Women feel the pleasure of a

i I London, England, Daily Times by R.F "personal Independence"] and I r c

lntSI I E. Cook, of the State Bank. It nothing more safely Injures I it .

I Letters Lead to Ward's truHctmem } concerns the Georgia man who was than a SAVINGS ACCOUNT.
arrested at Wtldwood for a
I recently In Your account I it cordially welcomed at this Bank
crime committed ten years ago
It becomes a real earning power the moment you ,
I Georgia. The article at it appearedin
the London paper it given In full. make your first deposit. s'' ? {

New York, July 3.-Through: an act MAKE THAT FIRST DEPOSIT TO-DAY. "

I on of generosity, a prosperous! citizen of
nlesa. you HM the name "Bayer" I (
package| or on .tablet you are not !gutting Ii Lee burlr, Fla., has Just been returned
the gnnuine Bayer product' prcHoriliwI II i to prison in Georgia to spend the BANK OF STARKE '? "
by phywielaju over tvwntytwo.tears I
It rest of hU days therein for an almost
and proved safe by I '
The Bank of Helpful Service
Headache M I It I forgotten crime. A
Toothache Colds Lumbago t Ten years ago Mr. I. B Hall was STARKE FLA.

Earache: Rhoumatiiim t convicted of murder in Georgia and r

Neuralgia Pain,. Pain I II I was sentenced to death. On his wife's h
a1AAD I fi ')'{ A Fine Tonic.
Accent "Bay Tablets ot Aspirin1 plea, the governor commuted the sentence V l.Art'-S i ildTiasMITH

only Each unbroken wwkagfl "ontaID""roper I to imprisonment for life, and '
direction Handy DO"* of of letters. moor from renders ot tbla aewspeper. Dwttn I chain lift Builds You
Thousaubt of dism4w1 Hall was sent out with a gangrepairing Up ;
cents DrugRiaU tantUzf 1arssuilattoo <
twelve tablet coat few net. Pmith, bf .iew York $
also Mil butt I". of 24 and 100.< t. on 8 too f baktr. : the road A year later be
Aapirln if. the trade mark of Bajner' : I ra I n ch a ltc w IndictmentNsher lag flrst dagree J murder i G7aretnoexulted was picked up one day and carried off iff CHILL TONIC PrenntaandReliens!
Manufacture of, MvnoaceUoicuieater of Ii *-m lZ1 Ptoto show. Walter Wrt Ssjicyliaacdd Posted &T brottWT. glrfcm self no at J haws Ma aria Chills and Fever DenGue
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'COOJ.IIH REAL SON OF FARM: j third grade certificate may be exempt :

Bradford County Telegraph I j ji 'j from examination on orthography I Getting to be a Big Boy

) .-.-: :::-- .'! --"-= ':' ( Continued From Page 1)I ) : reading and physiology providing the

i frugality and self reliance that became average grade on those subjects la 80 _
1 Published weekly and entered as or more. '
| noticeable in later )'euril. Ills -

k econd class matter at the post [ mother died when he WHS 13 nnd four Any applicant when taking for a :
I office at Starke Florida. i i i years later he lout his ,inly litter but first grade may present a valid second -

,I | there always deep affection and grade and be exempt from all
=,- -'--= ---= '- = I I waR ; .
: E.; S. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner ;' a warm bond of sympathy between those subjects providing the average J4'

: him and his stepmother.After is 85 or above, if not they will be exempt -

i attending the ungraded country from all subjects with a grade 1P r' : cc4Ik \

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I : school in his district ho attended of 85 and above. It

I ,' L --- -___________________________I Bine km er academy in Ludlow and I: B. WIGGINS. ':
1 I
later went to the academy of St.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I IJohnshury. ..:.\:
From 'there he went to :

; I Per Year _$2.00 Amherst college where his career ---r- .
I \ : ,
wag marked with persistency and Persons interested are hereby notified : E
that there will be work i
a public
OUR NEW PRESIDENT: frugality./ He paid $3 a week for his "';"

-- board because he could not find a ing at Hope,church cemetery, at The- ::,./ t';

recall, on Friday, August 17th. Come' (4 I .J I
house. He .
Calvin Coolidffe, who became president cheaper lodging was a '" ..-
,.o : "(,f the United States upon thee I keen student and a great reader of prepared to spend the day, and bring I er, :. -

I hook, especially those on history and! working tools. Committee. 8LO2trE'NTAVORD )
demise; of Warren G. Harding, was j I '\'. /
government. Only in modest .. .i ... '
I one of t the few vice-presidents; whoso way I ;
I did he enter into college activities. He ''
not forgotten n few days
name was .J -
took; no part in sports. \ I _
after his (election for it had an echo ;
r In the whole country. It became In his senior year, in open competition ; I 'Sij

;3 with strdents of all American I
: known when as governor of Massachusetts -

in 1918 he quelled the police colleges/ he won the first prize for \

strike in Boston at a time when the the best essay on the cause of the 0

4: 1 roughnecks of the country got into Revolutionary war. In 1835 he graduated :

their hoods that they could do ai and, not having enough moneyto FOR SALE-CO Plymouth Rock pullets --

they pleased. The malcontents in go to law school, he obtained employment
\ I 5 months old, price $1 each.
) Bofcton brought to terms toot of Judge Hammond one of
f w/ere/ Mrs. W. E. Knox on Kingsley road,
contrite to ever try that again. the leading lawyers of the state. He
t /game 1 mile from Starke. It*
Thin action showed that Mr. Cool- devoted his attention assiduously! to i

,, :, tdire is of an independent spirit and the: study of law with the result that FOR 'SALE-Underwood typewriter, i

in times of emergency will not hesitate in 20 months he was admitted to the used about seven months, in good I

to tnke both the reins and the mr. He has continued since then to condition. Sell at a sacrifice. Apply -
whip in his own hands. While !governor practice law In Northampton. On October at Scott's store, Starke. It* oJ'

of the TIny state he strove to t 4, 190I, he married Miss Grace : __ -
AUTOMOBILES buy and sell old e
bring taxation to a minimum and toe Goodhuc of Burlington, Vt., makinga I' -

S bring about on anti-monopoly law, home for his bride in a two-family automobiles and parts. Write or

apartment house which they still occupy cull. Alfred Gurcy Route A.stllrke. __._ ___ __ h ___ ______ __-_ ._ -- --- -- ---________ __ .m
I which should prove that he has the I ,
i in Northampton. He has two Fla. 8-10-41 lawtry. Florida aim all of Lot 24. E tlawtty. In town of New River. Src. 23. Tp. 0. S. R. Alachtia county line. Approximate '*
Rood of the at heart. .
1 / common people Flnridft. alao weat on. acre of Lot 20 ;a.t. natueteti Unknown. mllei.Approximately.
4 4 4 I The Telegraph! suspects that Mr. sons, John and Calvin Jr. FOUND-Automobile tag 1923. Owner 41. Bout Lnwt" y, Florida, also the Emit Half UnleM cold curtiflcat uhnll bo redeemed 60 acres clearing am.Iting. >.
of South Emit Quarter of Northwetit Qua. according to law tax flood will l issue thereon .
c : Coolidge is not enough of a politician"to In 1889, Mr. Coolidge was a member can have same by giving number u... S..... 22. Tp. 6, Knnve 22 ."....1, containing on the 3rd dnjr of RUIlA>mber. A. D. 1U33. Approximately 68000 cublo yardx
of the Northampton city council I 2U acrca, more or Irea.REBECCA. Witnc, my oiriclal signature and seal this excavation.
hurt, and that he will favor all and paying for this ad. Apply this I WniTEHEAD the lot day of AUarUlt. A. O. 1123.G. I Approximately! 240 cubic yarda elan
measures that are for the !Rood of the and In 1900 and 1001 was city solici office. i Ouanllan of Cecil and Eunice Whltehenti. ml- W. ALDERMAN concrete for truoturea..
non. 8-8-61-8-81 Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County, Fin. I! Approximately 20000 pound ,iclrateel.
; ; whole country even if he must step tor. In 1001( he was appointed county (Si-Hi) By C. A. KNIGUT. I, .

on the toes of republican partisans. clerk but declined the nomination to FOR SALE-Missionary and Klon- NOTICE': OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED K.S. t-.R.81. Deputy Clerk. 1 Five catch basins complete with coApproximately .

,, His straight-forward honest, independent succeed hinrmelf. In 1907 and 1008 he dyke strawberry plants $1 per li.NDFK SECTION: SDI OF THE: NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS I 12 Inch. in diameter.Ap"roxlmnt.ly IfiO lineal. fcot concri '
I thousand f. o. b. Green Cove. Readyfor GENERAL STATUTES Si>Ak-d. bida will bo received "by the Bnnrd 200 lineal feet concrot.is .
k character foreshadows that, served Northampton as its represent Hen'by notice I. given that H. T. Parnelliinil of liond TnuiU... of Bradford County. Flor- I inchea In diameter.Appro'tlmatoiy .
and( until we find that xmr trust in ative to the general court and in 1910 immediate. shipment. J. S. Mar- II.. F. Ronfroo.. purchasers of tax sale ida at the" office of the secretary of the boardat 3400 lineal feet
civtlncatca numbi-red rmppctlvely 98 158. Starke Florida until 2 o'clock p. m of
trewtle plica.
iJ him has! been misplaced, we wish him and 1911 was mayor of the city. He rmtcluke, Green Cove Springs I Fla. IU7 and no l honed by the tax collector for September 4, 102J and at that time publicly Approximately 73 M. F. B. M. treatx,'
I 7-27-8t-9-J4 llmdforil. county, Florida crrlilloata No. opened for tho following Items, on State I turnl timber.
elected state senator in 1912 and :: .Iu" :
A Sucre( **. was ( 08 being doted u'R: and mid oertlflcalv Road No. 11 In Bradford county: Approximately 5 M. F. B. M. un i iBtrliPtural .
I Ik served In that capacity during the No 10.1 "bring dated July 4. 159*. and Section "A". Drainnua dtrurturei StarkeU timber.All .
,I FOUND-One large size yellow mare cold certificate No. 107 brine dated July 2. Lnwtey. D.", ,,... Lawtey to Hmhlnnd. Approximate work to be dona In accordancethe
,. t TilE DEPARTED CHIEF I three following years, being president mule has been taken by me. The IU"P4... nnd nail! certificate No. 90 being dated lenirth, 12 mlloa.ApproxlmaU plain and attached instruction. j.provlitiona. .
up July 7, 1UOJ. ha filed aid certificates In my yarda Class "A' Hpeciat provlaions .pc.lnc.-
of the state senate in 1911 and! 1915.
owner may have same by proving office, and lion mndn application for tax deeds concrete. for atructurea. ) and propnunl and. contract.
; A A 42-word acceptance speech he U> Ittsue In accordance with law. !Iho said Approximatuly, 1GOOO pounda reinforcing' A certified chcrk. or a bjtl.lom bond M.fd .
".i' :Y Another president of the United property and paying for feed. G. curt Ideates renpt-ctivcly embrace the follow. .tool.Four I on the attached form. In the aum of ".'
made when re-elected president of the C. Sweat Starke. 7-27-2t log lanila, in Hrndford county. Florida assottNcd catch boalna complete with cover. and made payable to E: S, Mntthewn ',.. ,
; : States has died in harness-the sixth senate became a classic in MussmchusettH at. the date of th. iiiauanco of suchcertificates Approximately 200 lineal feet concrete. pipe I I man. board of bond truateea of Bradf-r
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-- In the 18 inches In
names respectively hereinafter diameter.
.- by the way. Mr. Harding i III no more. state craft. In this and in FOR RENT-At Klngsley Park clean particularly let forth to-wit Apprnicimatelv 700 lineal feet concrete pipe I' county.. Florida muat accompany
i While he lived, he was considered a Certificate No. 98 embraces Lola 1. 8 and :21 InchL in diameter. lfins and flpeolflcatlona are on fib I,
the speech of acceptance the preceding and comfortably furnished apart- H. Illk 9 In town of Now River amcaned Approximately 2300 lineal feet treated tree- may .be examined at the offlco of theengineer
good head of the nation by the republicans for small Unknown. tie pile and mar bo neeured on npp"
he used which ment Mrs.
1 who elected him year two phrases family. Flora Cvrtiflcato No. 163 .mbr...... Lota 2, 4, Blk Approximately 84 M. F. B. M. treated for the sum of Five Dollar (f IS.not)
and the his friends regard as his creed, "do B. Cody Phone 402. 629tf. !ii( in town of Now River. aueaaod Unknown. Btructurnl; timber. i I The right la reserved to reject any .,
c (democrat tolerated him, but swore Certificate. No. 107 embrace! Lola 7. H. Approximately l 8 M. F. B. M. untreated bld" -
the day's work" and "be brief. Hlk U In town of New RIVer. aweMed, I. M. structural timber. !' E. S. MATTHEWS
.t that he should not have another term Won 17 Vote SEEDS-If not already on our mailing llnrnaiie.Certificate. I Section "U" Clearing and grubbing grad C. A FUTCH ('hnlm.
by .000
,\\i In the Whito Home. (By the way, the In 1910 he became lieutenant governor list and receiving catalog, send No. 90 embrace Lot 0, Blk 9. I ing and drainage .truclu_. Stark to the I I Secretary 8-3-Ct-8-l

fact that we have two great political name and address for our Interesting - --
of Massachusetts and
parties, saves us from over-swelling was nominated and instructive new fall cata ...- -- '".._ -,,-_.... ,F ;_, __ On ..__ ...
the for
by Republicans /governor -
-like the frog in the fable-from log. Kilgore Seed Co., Plant City
in 1SI17) and elected by 17,000
self conceit. As long as one-half of Fla. 7-20-7t-8-3
votes. Under the now-famous sloganof
4 tho people call the other half knaves "
"law and order !growing out of FOR SALE-Missionary and Klondy The
t1l anti idiots the frog episode cannot President
the Boston police strike he wai re- Speaking'Warren
I well be repeated). Another president Strawberry plants, any quantity
elected In 1919 by over 125-
growing on new land form fresh
F is gone; but before his remains had
( hardly hail. time to become cold, his 000 votes receiving the largest vote : plants, ready July 1st. If interest I

successor was sworn in. "Le Rol eat ever given n candidate for governorin write J. M. Truby, Starke 0-22 10-26?
that state. It was his! stand in the
: snort vive le Roil"
I police strike that won him nation-
So far Harding the president. But Nolle la hereby given to all persons In-
wide reputation. When the crisis developed ferreted In the nutate. of Laura WhlteheadilrvciUKxl .
Harding the man, could not so well of flradford county. Florida that I.
and responsibility for action Rebecca.: Whltehead, guardian. of Cpcii:: i Whltehtatl -
be spared. Tie stood as an example passed to him after the failure of municipal anal Eualco Whitehtrad. minor*. will on
of what man's unaided August 81. A. D. 1928 at 10 o'clock In th.
powers authorities to settle the trouble mornlnir. apply to the Hon. R. A. Green
1/ Accomplish anywhere, and to what county judge of Bradford county. Florida.At .
he publicly branded! the strike as thw courthouie In Starke. for an order
heights a citizen who has ability, tnl- a desertion of public duty and restored I I to fII I at private' >al* all right title I and Intemt -
ents and rise in this of Cecil Whltchead and Eunice Whilehead I C.
energy may order by use of the state troops. minor helm of the said Laura Whithcad. .-
country where only a man's true : .. ......s..d. In and to the following named .
President Coolidge's belief in the real mute altuat* and lying in Bradford HardingThe
worth l ia considered when
important county. Florida, to-wltl
philosophy of government is based on
places are to be filled. Mr. Harding, All of Lute 7 7 and 8, Block two Town of
.' his reading of history and his conclusion -
L in assuming the
presidency, stepped
that it is the moat effective! .
into what of his political faith _
a man
method of achieving' the ideaU! of a

I regarded as a chaos. In straightening democracy. He know his Hurke almost 1-
C out the various tangles, and put- !
as well as his idol-Lincoln.
ting his house in he worked
order i He has mudo special study also
hard and and did his
unceasingly dutyas
of economic questions and one of his
he saw it, despite vituperation .
notable accomplishments in Massachusetts -
and ridicule from political
I was in connection with the
Ho his thankless work '
pursued uncomplainingly -
reduction of taxation. He also was
_ and the milk of human 1 .
instrumental in
I having placed upon
kindness of which he had an abun.
the statute books an anti-monopoly
'w I
dance did not lie accessible -
sour. was
law, and he materially assisted in a
and considerate and had he been
1 codifying.. of the state banking laws.

,.: permitted to live longer ho would, no. In physique the new president is I same words of advice if spoken thirty years ago by the
doubt have himself
proven a preai.I' spare but enjoys vigorous health. His youthful Ohio printer would have been just a's BUT .
dent for all the veople.rf --- --
hair Is auburn, his nose prominent ., .
Ills death is but another ""Tomor''I his eyes' gray, his lips thin and his they mean more to you today when as President of the United

row and tomorrow and tomorrow," I!I manner dignified and reserved. Ha States Warren G. Harding said to you:
but another case of leaving earthly'life '' .
has only one hobby and that is study. 4qd
before ambition and desire could
He devotes all his spare time to reading "/// could the
be realied. Gaining the presidency ,I law and .4Nze, urge upon American people a tingle
., was not he end of Mr. Harding' ambition on government rule. It would be to learn to spend somewhat lets
history. Although a member of the
{ ? ; it was his ambition to be ("I governing board, and a regular attendant than your income all the time. If 'you have dibit,

good president. Believing. this, of the Edwards congregationalchurch reduce them at rapidly at you can; if you are one of

; recognizing the dead man's efforts | of Northampton he is. not a I Old, Scarred, Floor the fortunate few who have no debts make it ruleto
I to that end, the Telegraph joins all Boards-Hide Them a
communicant. lIe hlne.r! joined n "
I something
_ j other American papers in pronoun j fraternal society save every year.

ing far him the words, "Well done, ( On today Jt'a dry tomorrow-*

-. thou good and faithful servant." I NEW TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONLAWS coating lmnt that to injure.deft. heels and th. President Harding. like all of our nation's really successful

TilE FLORID.SANITARIU I KVAN12E Sanitary Floor Enamel men. always spent "somewhat less" than his income. It is a

$ covers th. old loft-wood floor with a rule that cannot be ignored if you would succeed.

For third grade certificate, an applicant glIstening coat of waterproof beauty.

:, Florida Sanitarium and Ho oltnl, will take examination on orthography U.. it on porch floors too. as well
f ''Orlando, Fla. Medical surgical ma- reading, arithmetic. English .a on concrete or stone inside or Permit us to co-operate with you in building your success

:; ternity, capacity 100 patients. Equipment Grammar, composition geography out.value,It's guaranteed solid in to color satisfy.solid Nine in Bank the difference here and allow us to unfold plans and suggest

L. modern, rest diet physiological U. S. history including the constitution handsome opaque shades.
investments which will bring to the the
g therapeutics. Unexcelled in the south of the United States physiology you biggest returns.

east. 525tf.HOWS theory and practice of teach slur.'. Oar Trial Off.i 10 You
I Cutout thle advertisement. brio, I It to
ing.For the eior below,pay JS ceote(or a.good
Lt TIllS ? a second grade certificate they bruati to apply th* Knit. You II. r*>
clv* FR fc. b.II..olC.o AtfaaJM
will take same as third grade with aanlterv Floor Enamel., enough lor your

I 'do HALL'S what ...CATARRH claim tor It-:MEDICINES ria your ..y.tetnt will the addition of agriculture, civil 1I'0v-1 eolnn.Consumers pan try.dour. or.It.lv... UiuiceolcKhi Start Today This Week...But Start
of Catarrh or Deafness cauaail by I
ta h I ernment and algebra to

HAJUL/9 CATARRH MEDICINE: con- For first grade certificate they will i .

I _ ,Jlollovea aJsta ot the an calarrhnl ointment Innamtnallon.which Quickly and I I lake same at for second grade with I Lumber Co. Bradford County Bank

pP2 the Internal Medicine. ,
a Tonic. which the addition of algebra, quadratics''
q a.t. throUKh the Hlood on the Mucous Lumber, Paints and Builders
k 4'i Burfacee conditions.thus). assisting to rvatore norI j I and beyond biology, psychology I Supplies. STARKE FLORIDA
# $old by druwKlals, for over 40 Tear j I general; history and rhetoric. I

.' ., X\ J. Cheney A Co., Toledoi O. Any applicant presenting a valid !STARKE FLORIDA .




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=- I I them out to make room for an enlarged been; spending the past month with 1 I 1 I"and to :Miss: Fannie Darby wise given going on slowly but surely. At- -this--- "

fall stock that is arriving: from 1-relatives in Jacksonville, has returned the consolation prize. Those enjoy- writing the depth reached Is about

i- Bits of LocalIiilorimitioii !Q) New York. it home. Miss\ Middleton was accompanied ing this pleasant party were Fannie 100 feet. No permanent'body of water *' VI
by her cousin, Miss Aileen Darby, Hazel Middleton, Harriet has been encountered as yet, but .I
William Daughurty, of Fulton, Ky., Dowling. I Ritch, Lucile Johns, Hamilton Ritch, next week, probably will see the well
1.1 is the /guest of his parents, Rev and Carlyle Bitch and Eugene Matthews. completed tit
:airs W. E. Daugherty, on Cherry :Mr. and Mrs\ Z. J. Roberta and chil- A tank of !great! capacity, intendedto

.f I u Concerning Our People, Business and I II' street I! dren, nf Hastings!'!, are spending sometime Everett Waid. son of Mrs J. R. hold furl oil, bus arrived from a
Progress in the County and 1. visiting her parents Judge! and Halllgan, a pupil of tho U. II. S. seven factory in Palestine, Ohio. Tho fuel ;
N Town. g.: Mrs. J. B. Xelf and son, Tom, who Mrs Gco.; A. Gardiner, of Starke, as years ago, graduated' in Juno from to be used for the new light und water
.. I I1. have been visiting at tho homo of Mr.\ well as relatives at Lawtey. an art school in New York City, andis plant will be crude petroleum instead I, ; s
and Mrs E. Net have returned to in Paris With his
'jI V now uncle and of wood, n" at present.
\1.\ Johns spent Tuesday in Jack- their home in Jacksonville.W. The People's Grocery Co. have put) aunt he will travel in Kuvopo until d
guests her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. in a large refrigerator for perishable )
II October Mr.: and Mrs. Ilnllignn
'e. Prevatt, of Green Cove are U" (:I 'fl\TIU)' NOTICE '* 1 1it
I Springs. goods. They have also bought a new living in Whittler rn{ ;
S. Blakely) has charge of the local Calif., where they
2i' ton truck for hauling their (goods I II have beautiful bungalow home. The M' a
office in I '
express Agent Hoffman'sabsence. /
'i1... Ruby Dyal, of Tampa is the Miss[ Eva Powull I from Jacksonville and do their other sit v ,
Ethel Griffin. is at home again :Mr. lilakely iJ quite competent family have many friends( in Staika registration books of tho town I
.of Miss after a lengthy\ visit in Cocoa with for the position. hauling with. who are always pleased" to hear of of Starke will cloto August 11, 1923.() ? .
her sister, Mrs. T. G. Carter. their success, Parties desiring! to vote at the general s
'11'. rs. L. C. and John Powell have The evangelistic at the 4
Mr.\ and :Mrs. F. i... Emery and lit- city election September} 1023,'
_turned, from their northern trip. G. O. Branning, of Atlanta, spent I tle son, Mrs R. P. Mattox, of Jacksonville Christian church are well attended by s GlNE'I'll: KNCAMPMr.Vr; : ::.; must be registered, and; have paid
Sunday here with his sisters, Mrs J. were week-end guests of Mr appreciative' hearers.!'! The stirring poll tax for lUIIl: und 1922.!: ( a
M.V. R O. Daniel spent several W. Morgan William Duugherty
nnd Mrs. Lalla Chace. songs by
and Mrs II. :M. '
Snyder.J. ( "G"! Left :
0. Early Sunday MorningFor
:n i Jacksonville!'! this week. are attracting ninny people to the : .\ID 11-:II MOB TOOK 1IIUKK;

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Williamson and M. Truby and niece, Miss Mabel church.A Camp Johnston MEN FUOM DKI'UrY: SIIKKIKF '
,vt' J. T. Hickey, of Plant City, family, of Honduras, have moved to Weller, left Tuesday for Emlenton
''I. neen in town during the week. Starke and bought the Boyd place.N. I Pa., where they will spend the remainder -, supper was given last Friday Company "G," Ifllth!\ Infantry, left Were Bring/ rnnsfrrrtil 1 1 to Leon Jail ..
of the evening fur the benfiet of the Wom on the early morning train Sundayfor I From Wnkulln County t ''
in, W. T. Weeks is having the B. Hull and Hugh Brownlee, Jr., summer. an's Club house fund. The committee Camp Joseph E Johnston, for u R

around his premises painted. haVe returned, from a visit in Hender- Harry :Miner and family, of Jack- in! charge\ were Mrs. Frank Hoover fifteen days' encampment with the Crnwfordville, Aug 2.-While attempting 1 '
sonville, N. C. sonville, have returned home after and Mrs. Florence Powell. The sum other state troops. The boys will hu to remove throe prisoners S s
Mrs. Alma McMillan spent Sunday few days' visit with his parents, Mr.\ of $12 was realized.! I trained there in muss tactics, such as from. Wnkulla county Jail to Leon
"i relatives in Starke.d :Mrs.\ L. A. Reynolds, of Raleigh, and Mrs. U. D. Miner. cannot be done at home, camp man county jail lust night, Deputy Sheriff
N. C., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Hollis 1 Knight spent the week-end II A'C'nlt'ntI1l1rksnmnship., etc. This is Cooper was met in tho road. near tho '
Morrow of is in Lake Duller with his friend J. E. an annual affair/ and though tho work '
Waldo, spend- Elizabeth Johns. bL\ 's, :1l. M. Parrlsh and :airs Larkin I Leon county lino and disarmed by u Y
ms. week in Starke. Carter, of Gainesville at Maine\ Jr., who has recently arrived is rather strenuous, yet the boys en- masked and firmed posse, who took ;
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns, Mr. Kingsley lake occupying tha E. E.Cnnova home from Tulane University to I neily\ look forward. to tho encampment the three men from him and directed Br i 5'
Mrt. L. A. Ritch, of Plant City, is and Mrs. J. C Hoover are at Kingsley cottngc. spend his vacation with his parents, with its ninny diversions. him to return down the road an quickly ,'
lesT of Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth. lake, occupying the L. A. Davis cot- Dr. and Mrs J. E. ;Maines. Captain Peek cad his ollVcrs/ hud MS possible, under threats of bodily w ,,
tage. /greatly exerted themselves, to get:\ new harsh {I
Miss Aileen Alvarez, who is attend-
J' ,i'. Hollingsworth and family the summer school at the Universityof Rev. George: F. Scott and daughter; members for the company, and hud! This it SCCMIH, the deputy did, and ,
.>< Sunday; in Jacksonville. Oscar Alvarez, of Jacksonville, Florida! spent the week-end with Louise, are spending the summer at succeeded! so well that tho organization ,\- this morning it ifl lint known what .
Clayton, Ga. Before returning to hud! its full quota Tho boy disposition was made) of the prison
spent Sunday here with his wife, who her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Al- S
H .. May Peek went to Jackson- i is the guest of her mother, Mrs Lalla varez. their home in Lakeland they will stop spent Saturday night at the armory, ers.. The deputy dheriir says ho heart! ''
his morning to spend the day. j in Starke to visit his brother, F. A. so ns: to ho ready for entraining in no shooting! or otitoiies. Same are sj

I Chace Mr. and Mrs A. M. Pettit and children Scott. time. of tho opinion' that the prisoners wcio
lla. it Brown, of Tampa, was here J. L. Peek and family went Wednesday Mrs. L. A. Reynolds' of Raleigh Tho ofllcers\ in charge! of the company thrown In u ink ndjiKiMit to time scene VNN+
,if the week visiting friend. to their cottage at Kingsleylake N. C., Mrs. F B. Johns and !Miss Hazel Jones left Thursday for are: of tho hoMIt.hit.\ .. others are of
I where they will spend several Mrs. G C Sweat spent Wednesday at her hone in Plant City where she will rommlslaoned-Captain J. L. Peek, tho opinion that it wall I the fiionch 3
\1 Hazel Middleton has been at weeks. Kingsley lake at the Pettit cottage join II party of friends. and visit in First Lieutenant Orville. (l i. GritTls. of the prisoners who took Him method :J- S 1 s
1 le.v: lake visiting; :Miss\ Elise Atlanta, Gu., and the mountains of Second: Lieutenant frank" C. Stern. of effecting/ I their release. '
Mrs.\[ Clydo Alvarez and children, Misses Florence, Elizabeth and! Leila North (Carolina. While in Starke sho N'on-commiHMionod sergeantWm. / The men were In Jail I MOID chargedvith !:' h
and Emmett J Kelly<: have returned Den Andrews left Saturday for was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Wil- R. Crosby, supply sergeant Klliry : \ l being illicitly intimnto with a '
\1Leila\ Dyal, of Jacksonville, this week from a week's visit in Jacksonville to visit their grandmother mor Holtzendorf. ;M.1 Duvlx, moss sergennt: \ Lncy R. young/ married' feniulu without her "
,!tunday; after a visit with Miss : Jacksonville.Miss :Mrs Emma Alvarez, and their Edwards' Company clerk, Corporal consent, mind had waived, examination! ,
'" 1 Griffin. I, aunt, Mrs. Will Powell. Little Emmett: Pcrrymnn, son of Uawson J. Davis! svrgonnlK Joseph nnd /hud been roninndi'il+ \ to jail in default 55 S +,
:Margaret Long: gave a dance :Mr. and :Mrs. F.. K. IVrryman, celebrated /. rulers, Lonnio U. Lyhrntu!, Levy of bond), several\ ) days/ IIK'<>. I '

I r. II Long and family will go to Wednesday evening complimentary to Mrs. E. L. Biggs and son, Leslie, his birthday anniversary last Alvarez, Jon. A. Conway Barney !McKuc Mr. Cooper( says that there were J t
I, stay: lake today to spend several her guest, Miss Margaret Godwin, of left Sunday afternoon for Asheville Thursday afternoon. This bright little >, Th..... Kclwurdn, Corporals Ja,. several cars, three or more, and some
,,,'ks. I Lawtey.Mrs. and Waynesville, N. C., where they boy war one year old, mid n mm- Geiger, Benjamin J. Starling!, Untie ,eighteen/ or twenty of tho posse' thut it
will spend the remainder of tho sum- ber of his cousins, aunts nnd other ,11 MvRae, Perry Kite, !toy (irlll'm.MUS. : the posse Heomuil well organized and I s ,
Mrs. G. A. Collins left this week I Jim Dell and children, who mer. relatives came to make merry on his acted I In unison. a
''ii. a lengthy visit in Jacksonville and have been spending several weeks at first birthday anniversary. JONES:' AND I mc!';. I'KKK KN1BKTAI : Tho threo prisoners wero ono Ito!- a W.'

Bh untstown.J. Kingsley lake, left Wednesday for Miss Enza M Blanchard, of Law- NAT KINfiSI.EY; loway, a white man, and Berry Williams + ,,4
their home in Gainesville. tey, left last week for Lynchburg, Memlames!'! J. :E. Maines, P. M. Pad I ii nil Shelly linos I negroes.! :
(I'. Robinson and family went out Va. where she will enter Piedmont gett, G. W. Epperaon, of: Lake Duller, Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, and Mrs. Sin n.bltua'.onllUrIlUO"' : cured r lq It' t + +
Mi..nday to spend several weeks at Mrs. Thompson and daughter, of Business College for a secretarialcourse. Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson, of Lake Wales, clair L. Peck entertained charmingly! in 14 to II Days"LAXrOS l
the for Mrs. I D. E. Knight and Mrs W. J. Tuesday afternoon at their cottage\ at $
nirsley lake. Jacksonville, were visiting WITH FKPSiN"': la a n;pwl ilyprepnrailSyrup i ,
I mer's grnadson, Verl Manire, of Epperson, of Starke, will compose a Kingsley lake, tho affair{) being given 'follh>-Lull1'.lvQ "for l ilaliiuiiilConstipation. '
house party at Kingsley lake next for the Merry Workers club and n It relluven jroinpiJy, but r qy y
Miss\ May Peek will spend next Hampton, Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. J. S. Butch and son, Clifford/ ,
.liuuld bo taken regularly for 1 1-110 i n: l days'
week. at Kingsley lake with Mrs J. of the State Farm, Mrs. N. A. Blitch, week, occupying the Canova cottages. number of invited /guoiita. tolndureregular union. It Stimulates uml t. 4
L. Peek. and Mrs. J. P. Robinson, of Mrs.\ H. L. Brownlee and son, Hugh, After the sewing hail, been laid N"INtlllflll. Very 1'luuniuit' to 'flilu. fiUu
Jacksonville, are spending the weekat Jr., are spending today at Kingsley! Walter Wills, Gary Ennis and Miss aside, the hostesses nerved, chicken our bottle,

Miss Margaret Long was a weekend Kingsley lake with Mr. and Mrs.J. lake with Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh.Miss :Margaret\ Ennis, of Tampa, motored a-ln-king, salad, jelly, hot rolls and J. L. SIMMONS' w a, 4
guest of :Miss Margaret Godwin C. Robinson.Dr. here for the week-end. On )MondayMr. Iced ten, the favors being xmall !gilded PLUMItKIt AM I Ki.KCTKICAL: : 1
al Lawtey.A Iris Epperson)left Wednesday Wills, Mr. Ennis and J. W. Morgan palmetto fans, tied to tho tea glass CON"I'UAC1'OItESTUIA..JH '
and Mrs. W. E. Middleton spent for Madison, where she will visit her left in their car for Asheville, with :yellow ribbon. CHEERFULLY; raVEN

daughter was born to Rev. and Wednesday in Jacksonville, Dr. Mid- uncle, W. P. Knight, at the Merchants N. C., Miss Ennis remaining with I Telephone I.):!-WI I ISTAIIKB
Mrs. L. B. Simpson last Sunday evening dleton attending the Shriners meeting Hotel. Before returning home Miss Mrs. J. W. Morgan.The TIIK rilAKTRIC: ELECTION: FLA.

while there. Epperson will also visit friends in I ,
Georgia.R. following house party nt the Tuesday the citizens of Sturka were No Worm In a noaltliy Child
Genuine imported hand made Irish Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., went to lake returned Wednesday to their called on to vote for or against! the All chlhl.u trnulilml with Worm Suva mi uii- Jt
Kingsley lake Wednesday to spend S. has homes in Gainesville: Dr. and Mrs.J. proposed charter for Starke, which h.'nltll uuliir. wllli" 'II Irulli'uuit iMiur l luml. uml I ...
linen dresses reduced to $9.95 at Humphrey given his cottage ode Ilirm l IN morn. nrl I.MA .unnueh dkicurhitrirv.I.KOVKSlA.SII'l.h.VMHII.I t
Shoppe Elite. several lays with her sister, Mrs. W. corner Call and Broadway, a M. Dell, Misses Inca Brooks, Dorothy was passed by tho legislature of 102.:! ; 'IONIC: iflvvii rtttnInrly -
E. Torode. new coat of paint, and on top of it a ) Lartlgue, Mary Virginia! and The provisions of thin charter did not Iminovethe.Iid.ttunand. furlwutirtlirra,, w..-'.*,'1.0.nil'/ rnrli'h rnr'CJIStrp.c.trlllnll .. tin' lilwl.. !, 'r, 1, '

B. E. Rosier, of the Lawtey section, coat of varnish. This cottage is one Bessie, Dell, Mrs. Red Cooke, Maxey seem to be satisfactory to the voters, ''fonlcto. th/ whul0 i,.'lf,in. Nu'..,. wi'Ita..i
office Ford Prescott, one of Starke's well of the neatest and cosiest in town. Dell, Billie Boltin and Lucas McCor- for when the ballot were counted!! throw miner iil>iMtl tin. woInnorfnthralth. ''''",uud was a welcome visitor at our I'I..m .,.......'000 nM. .
Tue day. known citizens, will be a member of mick. only Mix were for Its adoption, while
the University of Florida faculty the Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and 160 were agninxt it. Thin leave the JOIN THE YEOMEN: t f ?

Mils Lydia Williams, of DeLand, coming school year.M. children, Milton, Jr. and Martha, returned Comer Long gave a rook party on: town still without u barter after (M S
came Monday to visit Miss Elizabeth Monday from Palatka, where Thursday evening at the homo of his years of existence. Brotherhood of American Yeomen, J .
Brownlee. J. McRae[ was called to Frost- they visited Judge and Mrs. A. V. parents, Mr. and Mrs. ]F. H. Long. A of Heft Moines, Iowa, will sell you tho ,,
proof Monday by a telegram an Long. box of candy was presented Miss Hazel AT THE POWER IIOUSK: cheapest legal reserve 20-pay life insuranco s
Little Miss Lucile Torode, of Law- nouncing the serious illness of his lit- Middleton for winning first prize: | in Florida. No charge for s v

tey, has been visiting her aunt, :Mrs. tle grandson. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley have A number of workmen In charge j examination. i' ',
J, W. Andrews, Jr. had as guests this week Mrs. R. L. of a competent foreman, are engaged ;i Age 16 per month, 2.17; ago 21,
P. E. Canova and family, T. N. Whidby and children, of Albany, Ga., in enlarging; the foundation of tho $2.33; age 25, $2.47; ago 3D, $2.70;
The W. C. T. U. will meet Tuesday Limbaugh and family, :Mr. and Mrs.F. Mrs. W. I. Polk, of Arcadia, and C. former dynamo, to accommodate one ago 35, $2.08! ; age\ 40, $.'!.35!;; age 45, r vls
afternoon at four o'clock at the Meth- A. Scott are among the number at C. Hoppe, of Tampa. of larger '*lze. Murk, concrete work $3.80; ago r,0, $1.42; ngo 55, $3.28;
odist church. Kingsley lake this week. is under contemplation and every ago 00, $0.51. Every: additional thousand s
Lucian Wainwright, who has been available space in the power house Is $ 1.211 less' per year. d
T. A. Brinson, of Fiftone, was a Mrs :Mary Phifer Pond, :Mr. and visiting his sister, Mrs. J. F. Kickliter filled with sacks of concrete, while Whole life much cheaper r
truest Monday of his daughter, Mrs.J. Mrs. Addison Pond, of Gainesville, left Saturday to resume his po- OUtRide great bins full of: course sand See R. S. Humphrey und Insure 4 y
E. Corpening. are at the A. M. Darby cottage at sition as assistant manager of the O. and broken stone. your life and (protect your loved ones. ti t
Kingsley lake. Henry Hotel, Greensboro, N. C. The boring of the 10-inch well U 7-20-41

:III'. and Mrs. G. M. Inman were in 54 -
Lawtey Tuesday looking after real S. L. Peek and family and DeWitt :Miss Eliabeth Brownlee and guest,
estate business. C. Jones and family have returned Miss Lydia Williams, of DeLand,
home after spending a month at the Misses: Isabel and Beatrice Bullen

L. A. Brown, prominent merchantof lake. and Mrs. J. J. Bullen went Monday to
Brooker, had business in Starke Kingsley lake and are occupying theJ.
Tuesday. Mrs. Annie B. Barrett and daughter W. Morgan cottage. Who pays-you or the FREE TUBEWith

Stella, of Jacksonville, spent the Insurance ?
Mrs. J. L. Jennings, of Jacksonville week end at Kingsley lake with Mrs. Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely left Wed- company

has been visiting relatives here dur- A. Z. Adkins., day for Washington, D. C. She was Are you prepared to pay for I a
ing the week. accompanied by her mother-in-law, r
the garage or any other outbuilding tire
buy L
Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and ions, Pitt Mrs. S. A. Blakely, of Waldo. They that got up in flames? A every you duringthe
Messrs. Hollis Knight and J. E and Laurie, of Lake Wales, motored expect to return the latter part of dependable Insurance company in month of
Maines, Jr., motored to Gainesville here Wednesday and are the guests August.Mrs. prepared to pay at all times. August. Why pay.,
Tuesday. of :Mrs. Nelle Hughes. for
II. L. Brownlee and little It I in, good hu ineN to he Insured tubes when you can get them

Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Prevatt and :Miss Jeanette Durden, who has daughter, Mary, John Powell, Misses against fire Ions, because If for "
children spent Sunday in Waldo with been attending the summer school of Isabel Bullen, Elizabeth Brownlee, fire comes, you' are able to start nothing. S
relatives. the U. of F., came Tuesday to vIsit' and Evelyn Taylor, of DeLand, mo- rebuilding without>> delay A
her sister, Mrs. O. L. Beasley. tored to Gainesville Friday. Hartford Fire Insurance policy We carry in stock the following i' '
:Mr. and :Mrs. L. Wyman and lit- !gives you' absolute security from
tle daughter left Monday to spend Misses Helen, Willie Pearl and Miss Evelyn Taylor, of DeLand, financial Ion by fire Michelin, U. S. and Ajax. For ,l'
several days in Gainesville. Damaris Wilson, of Jacksonville, are Messrs. Chandler Stith and Frank This agency in. ready to tell
!guests of little Miss Clara Louise Derger, of Daytona Beach, who have you about prDt< _ aIr and Mrs. H. A. Bishop have as: Peek at Kingsley lake. been guest at the home of :Mr. andMrs. h -
II. L. Brownlee, have returnedto FOR SAFE AND SURE
PERFECT HEALTH Col. D. E. Knight has had French their homes. INSL'HANCECALL .

T..... PIli. k..p .... .,+.. a p.rr eeor' doors and additional windows put into SMITH'S GARAGE
.A. .VIGOROUS..... .... b.. ...1.& BODYA and ......-. his handsome residence on Walnut Miss Madge :Middleton, who ha* J. R. Davis & Co. & MACHINE SHOP ,

street. C. N. Cooper did the work.
---.. ....tf rev .leklull's .h..d.ok. fifes Cure in o to 14 VaTs Entabliiihed 1886 ,
0--. .. Agency PHONE 120
tlrua.e'.r frdnenr7r I? /,7V) 1'1'(1t.)
Big i; bargains In summer hats and to cut; lu.hin'. IM.nil .3V.tJ.,.4r f-infrwlinil. >->MH STARKE, FLA.
Pills dresses at Shoppe Elite Must close ;,::.;.;r./ .' 'II1'u'UJ 'ir.. as.tawtaa.fl'r.n.c: : I


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,' 'rOOMDGE REAL SON OF FARM i{ third grade certificate may be exempt ----

I Bradford County Telegraph i II ... I from examination on orthography, I Getting to be a Big Boy

__:: --_. __a._ ".:::C. I (Continued From Page 1)) reading and physiology providing the

I I frugality and self reliance that became I average grade on those subjects is 80
Published weekly and entered as ,
or more.
noticeable in later years. His
6 ll f second class matter at the post I mother died when he win 13 and four r Any applicant when taking for a rb
4 v
I r,
i office at Starke Florida. yearn Inter ho lost his inly ister but; first! grade may present a valid second -
I I grade and be exempt from all
there affection and
was always deep(
t"'t--; I those subjects providing* the
E. S. MATTHEWS. Ec Owner !; a warm bond of. sympathy between average
r y f'i 1'him and hit stepmother.After : is 85 or above, if not they will be exempt I

from all subjects with a grade
i ; attending" the ungraded country -. I t
,I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY school in his district he attended of 85 and above. I KAttdO
N l lh Ulnckriver in Ludlow and II. B. WIGGINS.
--- I .
later" went to the academy of St. -- 1
t he to I r
I Johnsbury. From there went rtnt I

Pn Year _.____________u_____$2.00( Amherst college where his career s { 1> qI

r was marked! wilh persistency\ and Persons interested are hereby notified -
I that there will be a public working
OUR NEW PRESIDENT frugality. He paid $3 a week for his

board because ho could) ) not find acheaper at Hope church cemetery, at The-

I ream, on Friday, August 17th. Come
I He
Calvin Coolidge, who became president lodging was a
I prepared to spend the day and bring
keen student and render of'I
; of the United States upon the a great

I { demise of Warren O. Harding was I books, especially those on history and I working tools. Committee. 8-lO-2t

one of the few vice-presidents whoso I I government. Only in a modest way '

did ho enter into college" activities lie '
+ name was not forgotten a few days 'rENTAWORnlLJCOLUMNUI

after his election for it hnd an echo I I took no part in sports! %

In the whole country. It became In his senior year in open compptition -

i with students of all American
known when as governor of Massachusetts \

i in 1018 he quelled the police colleges he won the first prize for

strike in Boston nt a time when the the best essay on the cause of the

roughnecks of the country got into Revolutionary war. In 1895/ he grad

L their hoods that they could do ai I unted and, not having enough moneyto FOR SALE-50 Plymouth Rock pul-

I ,I they pleased. The malcontents in go to law school he obtained employment -
.r I lets, 5 months old, price $1 each.
Boston were brought to terms too ; of Judge Hammond one of: Mrs. W. E. Knox on Kingsley road

;k f contrite to ever try that game again/ the leading lawyers of the state. He 1 mile from SUrkc. lt.

I This action showed that Mr. Coolidge devoted his attention assiduously to

+ is of nn independent" spirit and tho study of law with the result that FOR 'SALE-Underwood typewriter,

i in times of emergency" will not hesitate in 20 months he was admitted to the used about seven months, in /good,

to take both the reins and the bar. He has continued" since then to condition. Sell at a sacrifice.! \ Ap-

# +, L i whip in bin own hands. While gov- practice law in Northampton. On October ply at Scott's store Starke. It*

4, 1005) : he married Miss Grace
ernor of the Day state ho strove to AUTOMOBILES buy and sell old

4 i I bring taxation to a minimum and to Goodhue, of Burlington Vt., making automobiles and Write or
f I homo for his bride in two-fnmily parts.
i bring about an anti-monopoly law, a a
t cull. Alfred Gurcy Route A, __ ._ __ _____
house which they ntlll occupy h --- -
apartment --- --
( which should prove that he has the I ;::;I--'I;: ;
Starke Fla. 8-10-41 In town of Now River See 23,
( in Northnmpton. He has two lcl. liUo all of Lot 24, Emit Tp. 8, 3. R. Alnchua county line. Approximate
t good of the common people at heart. I I.awtc'y. Florlcln, alto! wcet "one aero of Lot Jl> Kn: t, naaeaacd Unknown. milra.
i 4 t The Telegraph suspects that Mr. Kons, John and Calvin, Jr. FOUND-Automobile tag 1923. Owner 41, Eaat; Lawb-r. Florida, alto the .n.I : Unties. mid ccrtiHcah-a shall be redeemedaccording I Approximately 60 acres clearing an .
of South Emit Quarter of Northwest Quar to law tax deed will laaue thereon
1 Coolidge) is not enough of n politician In 18S9 Mr. Coolidge was n mem- can have same by giving number ter Sro 22. Tp. 6, Noose 22 tuat containing. on the 3rd day> of September, A. D. 1033. Apprnxlmotoly 68000 cubic yards

$* "to hurt" and that ho will favor all ber of the Northampton city council and paying for this ad. Apply this I 20 acres, more REBECCA or 1_. WHITEHEAD the witness lilt day my of official August,"signature A. D. 1021.! and eal thla i I excavation Approximately; 240 enbfo
yards eta\
measures that are for the good of the and in 1900 and 1901 was city solici office. Guardian of Cecil and Eunice Whl"'h nI. mi G. W. ALDERMAN > concrete for etrueture.Approximately .
Cl >rk Circuit i
nors. 8-8-51-8-31 < Court. Bradford County Fla. 1
d, whole country even if he must step tor. In 1901 he was appointed county (Seal). By> C. A. KNIGHT I Bteol. 20000 pound el'|
clerk but declined the nomination to FOR SALE-Missionary and Klon- 3-ll-rb. 8.3l. Deputy Clerk. Five' catch basins
on the toes of republican partisans. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED complete with cc .
tfr dyke strawberry plants $1 U.NUKK:> SECTION 71 OF TUB 'I Approximately 1AO lineal feet cone
His. straight-forward, honest, independent succeed himnplf. In 1907 and 190S he per GENERAL STATUTES NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 12 inches In diameter.Approximately .
thousand f. o. b. Green Cove. Readyfor Sealed bide will b. n-cpived by tho Board 200 lineal feet '
i character foreshadows that, served Northampton ns its representative Hertby notice In given Ihnt H. T. Parnell of Bond Truittera of Bradford County Flor I ) inchee in diameter.Approximately concrcIf
to the general court and in 1910 immediate shipment. J. S. Mnrmadukc and li. F. Konfroe, purchaavra of tax BaleCHrtlflenUa "ida, nt the office of tho ccretary of the boardat 8400 lineal ,
and until we find that rfflpiwtlvcljr
> 98. 108. Florida until 2 o'clock p. m. of .
and 1911 of the city. He Green Cove Spring, Fin ? and UO issued by the collector September 4, trealle pllea.Approximately
him has been misplaced we wish him (I was mayor jo tax for 11)28 and at that time publicly 73 M. F. B. M. treatilurnl
Bradford' I
Florida. opened
7-27-8t-9-14 rounly. ami! certificate No. for the following Items on Stale
nucceiH. was elected state senator in 1912 and 08 being dated June 7. 181)7. and cold certlfl.cut Kxmil No. 1.1 In Bradford county: timber. .
i I Approximately ff M. F. B. M.
: served in that capacity during tho No. 10.1: being rlntal July 4. 1808 and Si-ctlnn "A" Drninuue atrurturea, Slarke tlmlier.All mstrtrrtnnl >
FOUND One large size yellow mare cold certificate No. 107 being doted to ,
July 2 l.uwtoy. Brldicra Lawtoy to "",hlon... Ap- work tn be done In accordance.
three following being president lum, nnd cold ccrtlflrnta No. 00 being dated limximate length 12 ,
years mllra.
THE: DEPARTED CHIEF I mule has been taken by me. The the ohms and attached Inatmction,
up July 7. 1001!. has flied cold certificates In Approjclmau-lv ISO '
my yanla Class "A"
1911 and 1915. provlHinna. Kpecinl ...rom Ion.. epecifn'and
of tho state senate in owner may have same by proving iilrlco/ and has mudn application for tax davit concrete for atructurra. | and n
proposal contract.A
I"" rf d' I A 42-word acceptance speech he property and paying for feed. G. to inue in riwpi-ctivcly accordance with embrace law.the Tho followIng eaiilcurtitleatoa steel ApproximnU'ly 15000 pounds rolnfurclnv certified check, or hjddem' bond ued ..
Another I ,
of the United '
president the attached form. In the 'f r rnnd
on aum >
made when re-elected! president of the land in Bradford county Florida MMHrd with cover. ,. ... ,.
C. Starke. 7-27-2t made E. S. Matthew
Sweat ppoxfmntnm2n0 final payable to
at the dote of the
States has liutianoo A
died in harness the sixth of suchcrrtlllcaue
( feet concrcU pipe I
senate became a classic in Massachusetts -- --- in tho namee respectively, heroln- IB Inrhea In diameter. )i' nan board of bond truatcea of Braitf-(
1' l ft, by tho way Mr. larding is no more. state craft. In this and in FOR RENT-At Kingsley Park clean after particularly> eel forth to-wlt: Approilmntely::; 700 lineal feet concrete pipeApp..xlmat.ly penal.Flnna county. Florida. must accompany each
I. While he lived ho Certificate No. 98 embracra Lot 1. 8 and :/I luchra in diameter.;
was considered n the speech of acceptance the preceding and comfortably furnished apart- B. Blk 0 In town of New River aa.OM.d 2300 lineal feet treated tr.... and apcclfleatlona are on HI
be examined at the office of the
good head of tho nation the Unknown. tie >..
by plt
republicans <- '
ho used two phrases which ment for small family. Mrs. FloraB. engineer and may be secured on inn
year Certificate No. 15,1 embrace Lou 2, 4. Blk Approximately I
who elected him, and the his friends regard, as his creed "do Cndy Phone 402. 629tf. 9) In town of Now River ........1 Unknown structural: timber.I M. F. B. M. treated I I I for The the right corn rf la Five reserved Dollars to reject("5.00*nor
Certificate No. 107 embracea Lots 7, 8,
democrats. tolerated him but Approximately" 8 M. F. B. M. untreated
swore |
the d.iy's: work" and "be brief." Plk B in town of New River, aaaeucd I. M. structural timber. ', bids
that he should not have another term SEEDS-If not already on our mail- HnrnRfre. Section "B Clearing and grubbing grad E. S. MATTHEWS

1 in tho White House. (By the way the In 1910 Won he by became 17,000 lieutenant Votes governor ing list and receiving catalog, send, Cortillcate No. 90 embraera Lot 0, Blk 9, ing and drainage atrueturea. Stark to the I I C. A.Secretary.FLITCH s-s Chain-It.'.*

fact that we have two great political name and address for our interesting ---- -- -

parties saves us from overswellinglike of Massachusetts and was nominated and instructive new fall cata- -- "' _.__._._-,: :- ,)...:..;. ..:.. ._- ..:..- -- ------ ..
by the Republican for governor -
the frog in tho fable-from r log. Kilgore Seed Co., Plant City
in 1917 and elected by 17,000votes. (
( self conceit. As long as one-half of Fla. 7-20-7t-8-3l
a Under the now-famous sloganof

u the people call the other half knaves "law and order" /growing out of FOR
and Klondy.ke The
and the President
idiots frog episode cannot
tho Boston police strike he was re- Speaking'Warren
Strawberry plant'!
well be repeated). Another president any quantity
elected in 1919 by over 125-
1 is gone; but before his remains had growing on new land form fresh
000 votes, receiving the largest vote 1st. If interest)
plants ready July
f hardly had time to become cold, bit
r ever given a candidate for governor write J. M. Truby Starke 6-22 1026NOTICE
successor was sworn in. "Lo Roi est
in that state. It was his stand in the
snort,, ; vivo lo Roi!" T
police strike that him nation-
tl' So far larding tho president. But won Notice I.! hereby> irivan. to all penona In.torvettfij r
wide reputation. When the crisis de- In the ratate of Laura Whitehead
Harding the man, could not so well deemed l, nf Bradford eounty. Florida that 1.
veloped and responsibility for action Rebecca.: Whitehead I guardian. of Creli:: i White
y, be spared. He stood as an exampleof passed to him after the failure of municipal s-ail and Eimiep Whlt.h..ad. tnlnora. will on r
v. what man's unaided) August 81. A. D. 1829 at 10 o'clock in. tha
a powers can authorities to settle the trouble morning apply to the. Hon. R. A. Green
!, accomplish anywhere and to what county> Jud.... of Bradford county.> Florida 4a
1 he publicly branded the strike as I I a
at the courthouee in Stark, for an orderto
heights n citizen who has ability talents a desertion of public duty and restored roll!! at private male all right, title and In-
turret of Cecil Whltehead and Eunlea Whlteipad. -
and C.
rise in this
energy may order by use of the state troops. minor heir* of the said Laura Whlte-
country where only a man's true bred flvceaaed. in and to the following named -
President Coolidge's belief in the real relate. situate and lying> In Bradford I
worth Is considered when important philosophy of government is based on county> .Flnrida to-wltl HardingThe
places to be filled. Mr. All of Lot. 7 and 8. Block two. Town of
are Harding,
his reading of and his
history conclusion --- -- .
in assuming the presidency stepped that it is the moat effect/o! I urtaco and Zr..wuerr
into what of his faith
a man political
method of achieving the Ideals. nf a

I f regarded as a chnos. In straightening democracy He know his Purke almost -

out the various and
tangles put-
as well as his idol-Lincoln.
ting his house in ho worked
order a
He has made u special study also
hard and and did his
unceasingly dutyas
of economic questions and one of his
he saw it, despite vituperationand
notable accomplishments in Massachusetts "
ridicule from "
political opponents
was in connection with the
lie pursued his thankless work uncomplainingly -
reduction of taxation. He also was
and the milk of human
instrumental in
having placed upon ,
kindness, of which he had an abundance .
p' the statute books an anti-monopoly
idr did not He accesni-
sour. was
law and he materially assisted in a
ble and and had he been
... codifying of the state banking laws. I
permitted to live longer ho would no same words of advice if
In physique the new president is spoken thirty years ago by the
3 doubt have proven himself a presi I

dent for all the people spare but enjoys vigorous health. Ills ... youthful Ohio printer would have been just a's true-.-BUT._.
hair is auburn his nose prominent 'AR.woe'

1 M. His death Is but another "Tomor";, his eyes' gray, his lips thin and his. they mean more to you today when, as President of the United

row, and tomorrow and tomorrow,' '| manner dignified and reserved. Ho .ra.Ykmnw2i States Warren G. Harding said to :
{ but another case lit leaving earthly. .
i has only one hobby and that is study.
; / life before ambition and desire could
{ I lie devotes all his spare time to read- "'III could
.t" be ronliod. Gaining the presidencywas I I I lag works on law, government and urge upon the American people a tingle

.' not he end of !Mr. Ilarding's 1'Old rule. it would be to learn to spend somewhat less
history. Although a member of the
t .1 bition; it was his ambition to am-I than ;your income all the time. If
(I governing! board and a regular atten- you have debts,
good president. Believing this, reduce them
dant of the Edwards congregational a. rapidly; as ;you can; if of
recognizing the dead man's! efforts j I I church I I'I Scarred Floor the fortunate you are one
Northampton, he ia not a few who have debts
to that end, the Telegraph joins all Boards-Hide Them no make it a rule
': communicant. He has never joined n to save something "
other American papers In pronouncing ('I'fraternal society every ;year.

for him the words "Well done, I|I ______________ On today It's dry tomorrow-
thou good and faithful servant" INEW TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONLAWS laments coating that to Injure defies basis and the President Harding, like all of our nation's really successfulmen

TilE .\ SANITARIUM KYANIZE Sanitary Floor Enamel always spent "somewhat less" than his income. It is a

covers the old aoft-wocxl floor with agaet.ning rule that cannot be ignored if would succeed.

For third grade certificate\ an applicant coat of waterproof beauty. you

Florida Sanitarium and Hnnoital will take examination on orthography Us it on porch floors, too. aa well

Orlando, Fla. :Medical surgical Ins- j reading arithmetic English as on concrete or stone, inside) orout. Permit us to co-operate with you in building your success
It's solid in solid in
ternity capacity 100 patients. Equipment Grammar, COmlositlono'eol'ra.- value, guaranteed to color satisfy. Nln. Bank the difference here and allow us to unfold plans and

( modern rest diet physiological phy, U. S. history, including the con- handnom opaque).bade*. investments which will sug-
therapeutics. Unexcelled in the south- stitution of the United States physiology gest bring to you the the biggest returns.

I : vast. 525tf.HOW'S theory and practice of teach .....'. Oar Trial Offer to Yow
Cut out thle adYcrtlaemeaf. betel 1 Ir lo
ing.For the afore below, rev Sc..,.Ior tuoti
brush to epply the AireM** You'll receiv. *
second certificate *
a grade they
THIS? : .
rMFE a hell-pmicaa of AiomJje
will take same as third grade with' Saallarv Floor' Eoaiaet..........Inc your
HALX/a CATARRH MEDICINE will Itooco ehelvea. Chute el eight
4I 'do what we claim for It-rid your aystem the addition of agriculture civil rov-I color pantry. Start Today This Week.-But Start
of Catarrh or Dealneaa caused. by
Catarrh. I ernment anti algebra! to

HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con- For first grade certificate\ they will .
aI.,. or an Ointment which quickly Consumers Lumber Co.
Jtell.".. the catarrhal Inflammation and take same a. for second grade with' Bradford County Bank

the Internal' Medlrlne.. a Tonic which the addition of algebra quadratics'
Lumber Paints and Builders
seta through the Wood on the Mucous |
jnal Surfacee conbtlon.lliua. aaalatlna to reatore nori j!i i and beyond biology, ps .eholog.1 I Supplies. STARKE, FLORIDA9.n

Sold by uruKKUte for ever' 40 Year I I general history and rhetoric. I

i\ J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, 0. Any applicant presenting a valid :STARKE. FLORIDA


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FRIDAY AUGUST 10, 1923. 1
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them- ; :; 1, - -
-fl I out to lker for an enlarged been spending the past month with and to hiss Fannie Darby was given, going on slowly but surely. At this
fall stock that is arriving- from reluthes in Jacksonville, has return the consolation prize. Those enjoying writing the depth reached is about:

1l Bits ol LocalInformation (Q) New York. It ed home. Miss Middleton was acco 'n- this pleasant. party were Fannie 400 feet. No; permanent. body of Water -
I panied by her cousin, Miss Aileen Darby, Hazel Middleton\ Harriet has been encountered as yet, but:
William Daugherty, of Fulton, Ky., Dowling. Rltch, Lucile Johns, Hamilton Ritch, next week, probably will see tho well
1.1 is the guest of his parents, Rev. and I Carlyle Ritch and Eugene Matthew. completed.A +
Mrs.\ W. E. Daagherty, on Cherry Mr.[ and Mrs Z. J. Roberts and children I
tank of great capacity, intended
I ,.. Concerning Our People, Business and street. of Hastings: are spending some Everett Wntd, son of Mrs. J, R. to hold fuel oil, has arrived from a y
Progress in the County and Town. ,j-.01 time visiting her parents, Judge and Halllgan, a pupil of the U. It. S. seven -' factory Palestine\ ..., Ohio. The fuel ;1\1\
If HI"I Mrs\[ J. B. N'eiF; and son, Tom, who Mrs. Gen, A. Gardiner, of Starke, as years ago, graduated" in Juno from to bo used for tho new \light and water f'.
have been visiting at tho home of Mr. well tib relatives at Lawtey. an art school in New York City, and plant will bo crudo. petroleum; instead ''1 u v

'JII. and Mrs. E. ),2. NetY, have returned to is now in Paris. With his! uncle and of wood, liS at present. .
I their home in Jacksonville The People's Grocery Co. havo put aunt ho will travel In !
l. Johns spent Tuesday in Jack- guests her I Europe until ;
parents, Mr. and Mrs. in a large/ refrigerator for perishable {I October. Mr. and Mrs. Hallignn '" t
s. I'revatt, of Green Cove are UtmSTItATWSNOTICE: : !
Springs. good They have also bought now 'u ,
I W. a living in Whittier Calif.
S. Blnkely has charge of the local where they Ij ;
2'4 ton truck for hauling their goods I :
have/ beautiful
express olllce in Agent HofTman'aabsence. a bungalow homo. The
\1'1 l< Ruby Dyal], of Tampa, is the Miss
Eva Powell is from Jacksonville and do their other '
at home again family have friends The registration books tho
., Miss Ethel Griffin. :Mr. Itlakely! ] is quite competent many in Stniko / of town rl L
after u lengthy visit in Cocoa with for the position. hauling with. I who are always pleased to hear of of SUrko will close August 11, 1023. sC
her sister, Mrs. T. G. Carter.G. their success. Parties desiring to vote at tho general ,
ii.! Mr. and :Mrs.\ F. L. Emery and lit- city el"etlol8l'p11II1I1'r\ 11, 1923, ii
.turned from their northern trip. O. Branning, of Atlanta, spent tle eon, Mrs\[ R. P. Mattox, of Jacksonville Christian'! church are well attended by ? GONE: TO KNCVMI'MK.NT: : : : must be registered, and have I paid I I
Sunday here with his sister, :Mrs J. were week-end guests of Mr\[ appreciative \hearers. The stirring! pull tux for 1921 and 1<)U2.AUMKU '"

i] R.Jacksonville O. Daniel this spent week.several] W. Morgan and Mrs.\[ Lnlla Chace. and :Mrs.: II. :M. Snyder.J. gospel gongs by William Daughertyare Co. "(;" Left Early :Sunday; :Morning I,l J d
: attracting many people to the .
I'or Camp Johnston.. I W :
:Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Williamson and II M. Truby and niece, Miss Mabel] church.A :\IIS11(01:: ( IlEI'l'TY' SHERIFF. $ ;
J. T. Hickay of Plant '" '
i Pt. City, family, of Honduras, have moved
left Tuesday for Emlenton]
a..1 wn' in town during the week. Starke and bought the Boyd place Pa., where they will spend the remainder -, supper was given last Friday I Company "G," 151th infantry, left Were Iteing Transferred' : to Leon Jail e ,J I-J
of the evening for tho benflet of tho Wom on the early morning train Sundayfor I From "'11 I.nil" County "
,.'. W. T. Weeks is having the N. B. Hull and Hugh Drownlee, Jr., an's Club house fund. The committeein Camp Joseph E. Johnston, for u it ..,16-:
irouml his premises painted.Mrs. have charge Mrs. Frank Hoover f fifteen days' encampment with tho
returned from were
a visit in Hender- Harry :Miner and family, of Jack- Cruwfordville, Aug 2.-Whilo attempting tj ,
sonville, N. C. and ;Mrs. Florence Powell. Tho sum other state troop' The boys will lie to remove three
sonville, have returned home after a prisoners ,
Alma] McMillan spent Sunday of $12 wan realized. t trained there in mass tactics, such as from. Wnkulla
few days' visit with his parents, Mr. county jail to Leon
relatives in Starke. Mrs.:: L. A. Reynolds! of Raleigh, and Mrs. U. D. Miner cannot be done at home, camp management county jail lafit Illllhl, }Deputy Sheriff .Ji'
X. C.? is visiting her mother, Mrs Hollis Knight spent tho weekendin marksmanship| etc. This l is Cooper was met in the road near tho f. \\

d Morrow, of Wajdo, is spend- Elizabeth Johns. Mrs\ M. 1\[. Parrish and Mrs Larkin Lake Duller with his friend, J. I-.. I an annual affair, and though the workis Leon county lino and Unarmed by.s :t ,:,,,,
'm,- week in Starke. Carter, of Gainesville, are at Maine. Jr., who has recently arrive. rather strenuous\ yet tho boys en- I masked and armed posse, who took -
:III'. and Mrs. Edward home from Tulane University to Kerly look forward to tho encamp- the three from him I j' 1
Burns, :Mr.: Kingsley)' lake occupying tho E. E. men and directedhim : 0
\tlr-, L. A. Ritch, of Plant City, is and Mrs J. C. Hoover are at Kingsley Canova coUiigo. spend his vacation with his 1)/Lr.'ntJ,1 nn'iit with its many diversions. to return down the road as quick ''1 b' i ;
mat of Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth. : lake, occupying the L. A. Davis cottage Dr. and Mrs[ J. E. :Maincs.: 'nplain Peek and 1 his officers had ly HI possible! tinder threats of bodily. .
greatly exerted t1ll'llll! Miss Ailecn Alvarez, who is attend-
.' unday; in Jacksonville. I' Oscar Alvarez, of Jacksonville\ Florida, spent tho week-end with Louise are spending tho summer nt succeeded so well that tho organization \ this morning it is not known what:

spent Sunday here with his wife, who her parents, :Mr.: and Mrs. J. M. Al- Clayton, Ga. Before returning to had itt full IJuot II. Thu boys I disposition| win mado of tho prUonern. -
ti May Peek went to Jacksonitif I i is the guest of tier mother, Mrs. Lalla varez. their home in Lakeland they will stopin [ 'spent' :Saturday:; night at tho armory, \ The .deputy nheriir says ho hoard '
morning to spend the day. I Chace. Starke to visit his brother, F. A. so as to lie ready for entraining in I no "shooting, or outcries Somo are a IJ

I I __ Mr.\ and :Mrs. A. M. Pettit and chil- Scott, time. of (lie opinion that the prisoners wero
\\li,. i* Brown, of Tampa, was hero J. L. Peck and family went Wednesday dren, Mrs. L. .\. Reynolds, of Raleigh Tho oflU'crs! in charge of the com thrown in a sink inljacvnt to the scono l fill
if the week visiting friends. to their cottage at Kingsleylake N. C., Mrs. F. B. Johns and Miss Hazel Jones left Thursday for pany aro: |lof the hold.lit., wlillo others are of 1
I where they will spend several :Mrs. G C :Sweat:; spent Wednesday! at her home in Plant City where" she will COIIUulllisoned-CaptAln J. L. Peek, the opinion that it wan the CrioiiiU
vi Hazel Middleton has been at weeks. Kingsley lake at the Pettit cottage join n party of friends and! visit in First Lieutenant Orvillo G i. Grim, of till prisoners who took this mtJlh'I'I r
Atlanta On. and the mountains of Second Lieutenant Frank C. Stern "'I I t '
-> lake visiting Miss Elise od of effecting their release. +
Mrs. Clyde Alvarez and children, :Misses: Florence, Elizabeth and Lei- North rnrulina. While in Starke sin Non-coin ntissionwl-First Sergeant Thu! men wore in jail hero charged /H
and Emmett Kelly have returned la Den Andrews left Saturday for wan the /guest of her sister, Mrs[ Wil- Wm. it. Crosby, supply' ( sergeant l 101-: ; with being illicitly intimate with, n oY

'1Leila\ Dyal, of Jacksonville, this week from a week's visit in Jacksonville to visit their grandmother mer Iloltzendorf. lery M. Davis, mesH sergeant Lacy H. young married. femalu without tuyrcon.sent ;
-undny after a visit with Miss Jacksonville.Miss Mrs.[ Emma Alvarez, and their Edward: Company clerk, Corporal and hud, waived examination {
Griflin. aunt, Mrs. Will Powell. Little Emmett: Ferryman, non of liawson .1. Davis, Hcrgeanln Joseph> and hued been remanded to jail In default y
Margaret\ Long gave a dance Mr. and Mrs E. K. Perrymnn, celuliruted X. Anders I !!, I.onnio U. Lybrand. Levy of bond Nuveral days ago. j 'Ii

,. II. Long and family will go to Wednesday! evening complimentary to Mrs. E. L. Biggs, and son, Leslie, his birthday! anniversary last Alvarez( Jon. A. Conway, Barney Mc- Mr. Cooper says thnt there worn
tics lake today to spend several her guest, Miss Margaret[ Godwin, of left Sunday afternoon for Ashevillo I Thursday afternoon. This bright little Rite: Theo Edwards, Corporals. Jai.Geiger several earn, throe or more, and some
...'K>. Lawtey. and Waynesville, N. C., where they bov was ono year old, and! a m!+n- ; Ilen.l.iniin J. Starling, Russell eighteen or twenty of the posse, that i '
will spend the remainder of the summer her of his cousins aunt! and other McKae, \Perry Kite, !Roy Crlllis.SIMS. the posse scorned! well organized and

Mrs G. A. Collins left this week :Mrs Jim Dell and children, who relatives came to make merry on hill acted In unison. ,,
", ? lengthy visit in Jacksonville and have been spending: several weeks at first birthday anniversary : JO='lI"NII :\IItS. PKKK: : KN-: The three prisoners were ono Itol- ,, 0,

1)1.!)) intstown. Kingsley lake, left Wednesday for :Miss Enza M Blanchard, of Law- TEKTAI: NAT" KINfiSLKY;'\ ;! : loway, a white man, and, U'rryVII, r RJw

their home in Gainesville.Mrs. tey, left last week for Lynchburg, Mesdames J. E. Maine[ P. M. Pad- liana and Shelly 1 linen[ negroes. j. q 'F
,1 I i r. Robinson and family went out Va., where she will enter Piedmont gett, O. W. Epperson, of Lake Ilutlcr, Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and :Mrs Sin .
MI, nday to spend several] weeks at : Thompson and daughter, of Business College for a secretarial Mrs.[ J. P. TomlinBon, of I..nko'al". clair L. \Peck entertained charmingly In 14 constipation to II Hays cured 4 s t"
K'ngsley lake. Jacksonville, were visiting the for- course. Mrs. P. I:. Knight and Mrs. W. J. Tueuday afternoon at their cottage ut "LAX-JOS WITH PEPSIN" U n wwlmly-,
I mer's grnudson, Verl Manire, of Epperson[ of Stnrke, will compose a Kinitftlcy luke, the affair being given lirviMirudSyrupToiiiCLaxa'.lveforllaliiUlttlCountpatlon.

:Miss: May Peek will\ spend nextwe Hampton, Tuesday Mrs. J. S. Blitch and won, Clifford/ house party at Kingsley lake next for the \Merry Workers club ,and n It riillovoM ;rompily+ but 4 L> r
ihoulil be taken r" !ularly fur I 11 ft 2u i fays
number of invited |
week occupying the cottages. guests.
,'k at Kingsley lake with Mrs J. of the State Farm, Mrs. N. A. Blitch, mhnluroregular action., |It Ktimutiurunj!
L Peek. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Robinson, of Mrs. II. L. Brownlco and son, Hugh, After tho Hewing had. been laid! J KV"ulii M. Very Pluunaiil to 'I'ulu.Mlu .
Jacksonville, are spending( : the weekat Jr., are spending today at Kingsleylake Walter Wills, Gary Enni and Miss aside, the hostesses served. chicken bur" bottle .f''

Miss Margaret Long was a week- Kingsley lake with Mr. and Mrs.J. with Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. Margaret Ennis, of Tampa, motored a-la-king] salad!, Jelly, hot rolls and J. L. SIMMONS. J
end guest of Miss Margaret Godwin C. Robinson.Dr. here for the week-end. On Monday Iced tea, the favors being small gilded PLUMIIEIt: ANn ELECTRICAL: : b j'CONTIt.tCTOlt )
at Lawtey. Miss Iris Epperson, left Wednesday Mr. Wills, Mr. Ennis and J. W. !Morgan palmetto funs, tied to tho tea glass' It

and Mrs. W. E. Middleton spent for Madison, where she will visit her ]left in their car for Asheville, with yellow! ribbon. ESTIMATES: CHEERFULLY: / GIVEN:

A daughter was born to Rev. and( Wednesday in Jacksonville, Dr. Mid- uncle, W. P. Knight, at the Merchants N. C., Miss Ennis remaining with Telephone! 132-W ,
Mrs L. B. Sjmpson last Sunday eve- dleton attending the Shriners meeting Hotel. Before returning home Miss Mrs. J. W. Morgan.The Till) ('Ii AIt'I'EIc: ELECTION: STAUK!':, FLA.

ning. : while there. Epperson will also visit friends in e. i
Georgia.R. following house party at the Tuesday the citizens of ,Starke were No Worm In a riunltliy Chad

Genuine imported hand made Irish Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr., went to lake returned Wednesday to their called on to vote for or ajainMt.he\ Allclillilrttn' trnutilmj with. Wnrnift .lice nil' ....- +
to homes in Gainesville: Dr. and. :Mrs. charter for which hPanhra.kri .hie" lmllrttto. lMir "liluml. und... .1
lake Wednesday spend proposed Stiirke
S. has ,
linen dresses reduced to $9.95 at Kingsley Humphrey given his cottage nd.. tltrm In nitir 0'h.. ,ntoinvi'h" '' '' cluturhnnr, t rd
Shoppe Elite. several days with her sister, Mrs.\ W. corner Call and Broadway, anew J. M. Dell, Misses! Inez Brooks, Dorothy was passed. by tho legislature of 192.:!. (;fWVP'S' : iAsrr.iJ'S.s mix -IONIC vivmt r.au-
E. Torode. coat of paint, and on top of it a Lartigue/ Mary Virginia un,1J"ie The provisions of thin charter did not Inrly rut twor., throe vwlm wll'. cnrlih tf blwf.ImpnnniihHilhimiiloii.anit '. ', 1
DI'I. !
B E. Rosier, of the Lawtey section, coat of varnish. This cottage is one Dell, Mrs. Red Cooke, Maxey seem to be satisfuctooy to the voters, "lnll'C".lnlo thfi ..h..1.n., Niacin wl'l l,1t..i h i
was welcome at office Ford Prescott, one of Starke's well of the neatest and cosiest in town. Dell, Billie Iloltin and Lucas McCor- for when tho ballots were counted, threw tiffrr' dUiwI, (ho wtnu'.an visitor
a our In rertrwa" h".Ub., Ple.ws.t, ..aea'se, "... ..... .
Tuesday. known1 citizens, will be a member of mi<-k. only six were for its adoption, while

the University of Florida faculty the Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and e 1 ICO were against it. This ]leaves the TilE YEOMEN: ,

:Miss: Lydia Williams, of DeLand, coming school year. children, Milton, Jr. and Martha, returned Comer Long /gave a rook party or t town still without a charter after (00)/
ame Monday to visit Miss Elizabeth Monday from Palatka, where Thursday evening at the home of his years of existence Brotherhood) l of American Yeomen J
Brownlee. I M. J. McRae was called to Frost they visited Judge and Mrs. A. V. parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Long. A of nell) Moines, Iowa) will sell you tho ; $; Ms
proof Monday by a telegram an- Long. box of candy was presented Miss Hazel AT THE: POWER HOUHK.: cheapest legal reserve 20-pny lifo In- .

Little Miss Lucile Torode, of Law- nouncing the serious illness of his lit- Middleton for winning first prize, | surunco in Florida. No charge for

tey, has been visiting her aunt, :Mrs.: tle grandson. !Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley have .... A number of workmen, in charge ; examination. {1
J. W. Andrews, Jr had as guests this week Mrs. K. L. of a competent foreman, are engaged 'I Age 10 per month, $2.17; age 21,
P. E. Canova and family, T. N. Whidby and children, of Albany, Ga., in enlarging( tho foundation of tho $2.33; ago/ 25:;, $:47; ago 30, $2.70; ( 4
The W. C. T. U. will meet Tuesday Limbaugh and family, Mr. and :Mrs.F. Mrs. W. I. Polk, of Arcadia, and C. former dynamo, to accommodate one ago 35, $2.08; ago( 40, $3.33; age: 45,
afternoon at four o'clock at the Methodist A. Scott are among the number at C. Hoppe, of Tampa. of larger 'size. \Much concrete workis $:.1.80! ; age no, $1,02110(0\ ; / ( 6G, $5.28; '6 ti
church.T. : Kingsley lake this week. under contemplation and every ago W), $0.ni./ Every: additional thousand v
Lucian Wainwright, who has been available space in the power house H $ 1.20( less per year. Sf
A. Brinson, of Fiftone, was a Mrs Mary Phifer Pond, Mr. and visiting his sinter, Mrs. J. F. Kickliter filled with Hacks of concrete, while Whole life much cheaper. f'
guest Monday of hU daughter, Mrs.J Mrs. Addison Pond, of Gainesville, left Saturday to resume his position outride grout bins full of course sand See It. S. Humphrey and insure r
E. Corpening.Mr. are at the A. M. Darby cottage at ai assistant manager of the O. and broken stone. your life and protect your loved ones. el t 4p
Kingsley lake. Henry Hotel, Greensboro, N. C. The boring of the 10-inch well It 720.4t '

: and Mrs. G. M. Inman were in I
Lawtey Tuesday looking after real S. L. Peek and family and DeWitt Miss[ Eliabeth Brownlee and truest,

estate business.L. C. Jones and family have returned Miss Lydia Williams, of DeLand, lrl' a
I home after spending a month at the Misses Isabel and. Beatrice Bullen ,

A Brown, prominent merchantof lake. and Mrs. J. J. Bullen went Monday to''

Brooker, had business in Starke Klntrsley lake and are occupying! theJ. '
Tuesday. Mrs. Annie B. Barrett and daughter W. Morgan cottage. Who pays-you or the FREE TUBE

Stella, of Jacksonville, spent the Insurance ?
Mrs. J. L. Jennings, of Jacksonville\ week end at Kingsley lake with Mrs.! Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely left Wed-

has been visiting relatives here during A. Z. Adkins. day for Washington, D. C. She was Are you prepared to pay for

the week. accompanied by her mother-in-law, the garage or any other outbuilding With tire
Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and sons, Pitt :Mrs. S. A. Blakely, of Waldo. They that goes up in flames A every you buy during -

:Messrs.: Hollis Knight and J. E; and Laurie, of Lake Wales motored expect to return the latter part of dependable Insurance company i I. the month of .
Maines, Jr., motored to Gainesville here Wednesday and are the guestsof August. prepared to pay at all time August. Why pay .,
Tuesday. :Mrs. Nelle Hughes. .
Mrs. II. L. Brownlee and little It in good business to he Insured when you can get them '

Jeanette Durden, who hat daughter Mary John Powell Misses against fire less, because if
:Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Prevatt and Miss for
children spent Sunday in Waldo with been attending the summer school] of Isabel Bullen, Elizabeth Brownlee, fire come, you are able to start nothing.
relatives. the U. of F., came Tuesday to visit' and Evelyn. Taylor, of DeLand, mo- rebuilding without delay. A

her sister, :Mrs. O. L. Beasley. tored to Gainesville Friday. Hartford Fire absolute insurance policy from We carry in stock the following- it
give security
:\11'. and :Mrs. L. Wyman and lit you
tle daughter left Monday to spend Misses Helen, Willie Pearl and I Miss Evelyn Taylor, of DeLand, financial Ion] by fire. Michelin, U. S. and Ajax. For

several days in Gainesville. Damaris Wilson, of Jacksonville, are Messrs. Chandler Stith and Frank This agency III i ready to tell
guests of little Miss Clara Louisa Berger, of Daytona Beach, who have you about protection.FOR Expert Repairing see Smith.
lake. been guests at the home of Mr. and
_Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Bishop have asA Peek at Kingsley
Mrs.,! H. L. Brownlee, have returnedto SAFE ANI SUItE

PERFECT HEALTH Col. D. E. Knight has had French their home INSURANCE, CALL

To,,'. rill. k_ Ik. Mss la p.rf" doors and additional windows put Into SMITH'S
.....A.. .... th p. ........BODY ea.* P..*,.. his handsome residence! on Walnut :Miss :Madge Middleton, who has J. R. Davis & Co. GARAGE & MACHINE SHOP 1''

VIGOROUS street. C. N. Cooper did the work.
.e.dp r..dv V.r ...10 h..d.ck.Tutt's Plies Cured in o to 14 Uajr
Established 1886
._01......_. Agency PHONE 120
nrnuCar-hrdn .'' PA7O nim* ,
Biz; bargains in summer hats and lovers Itching.: Iwo:n T 3 Pills dresses at Shoppe Elite. Must closer i::'Y my ar *
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= it thinks that Senators Brookhartand r new sweet potatoes went out this

;f, ." 1 1f --..--__.....-.-......--.................... ...n.....----1 Farmer Wives f 1 1These fighting LaFollette husband are around going in to their lead leg her ,I week. _
I Sunburned
U. S. Senators islative ranks. "He has a mind and Dmal-A farm inspection committee ?

With The Bradford ideals of his own," she says. composed of prominent membersof

li ..,..- The Johnson home loves books. Every the Jacksonville Realtors Asscoia- MENTHOLATUM

I .li ']" member of the family is a great tion will go with the county agent, cools and soothes

Farmers reader. I one or two at a time, on his visits to he parched skin.
County '
I v Lillian, the oldest girl of the family the farmers for the next few months, I

.1 f will the house when studying conditions. The (ommittee

}t.+*+*...**......................................................................-...... I her, mother keep and father go going to Washington i will later plan definite cooperative .

o ; 1 J) I l o 'tJ. ; Victor, 21; Francis 19; and '' action with the county agent with a Robs Calomel of

$ ., Magnus, Jr., 14, will run the farm. view to developing a more stable ,system -
H.OItIU.SWEJU POTATO i i through the vines for it. Harvesting I .. \., 1A. ...t t" "No; doubt, I will have a very pleas of farming. Nausea and

)} 1 PLANTS I'OR SHII'MKNrIIAM5 : I I corn from among the vines.. late in the 1 'f\\!;"'"'' : 1ft "i(, ant time in Washington," said Mrs. DangerMedicinal

10 HE INSPECTED; ,, season serves to tear and destroy the i 1 -...
I f ft It': Johnson, "that is, as pleasant a Semlnole-Probably more celery
,, I vines thus injuring these valuable I ] any mother could be expected to sown here to date than ever before. : Virtues Retained and improved ,

Plants Sent lc, Other Southern States crops.. d0 have when her family is divided, as An effort is being made to have early -!Dangerous! and Sickening

t ,I ;Must 'lie "Certified Plants" So, taking everything into consid- + t ours will be, for the first time. Yes, celery in the belief that it will\ be less Qualities Removed. Perfected Tablet

I oration, it is advisable to get into the I am in favor of women in politics, liable to attacks of insect pests and called "Calotabs."

( : fields and remove the corn just as .l ...... 't, but I have had time for it. Six diseases. Optimism prevails.
Florida farmers who contemplate ". .,.. .....- r never
I Get it out 'If.o "
I sweet plants! or need I soon as it can be done. v. ,. ". -m,. .. -"\' '. a children and a busy life on the farm The latest triumph of modem) ,c.'
f growing potato .
this should get in I which can be closed tightly and fum- "' 1"I. '1' J was all I was able to handle in the Okuloosa-Laurel Hill truckers ence is a "de-nauseated" calomel 1 tat
market -'t'-
for year
p, :
well ventilated "
store in cribs -o\: last bought their seed this let known to the drug trade as '"<'.
board at '' "' jo' thirty years cooperatively no-
touch with the state plant '1t,. _. .. '" "
\ igate with carbon dmulphide in order '\". '/1' % I their cost tabs." Calomel, the most
1 week saving 25;) per cent on genera
a absolutely to kill the weevils, the advice runs. ".. '.-\ 't W' ,. it tii/ Mrs. Johnson Votes Yeson thereby. useful of all medicines thus enter r

necessary of the of An ounce of carbon disulphide will t'.,: .. .. ." .. ,. Jt Hubby's Platform a wider field of popularity-punt-i
certified -
as a grwoer
+ desires to qualify
r I seed, or plant, as well as of the prtoect a bushel of corn. These are the things Magnus John- Leon-We are planning a fair for and refined from those objects:, .' .,

I dt farmer who intends. to make shipments son !says! he will favor and oppose at November and all amusements are to qualities which have heretofer i hl11luoj: !

,+ i of plants into other states. VELVET BEAN CATER(>ILLAltA"I'EIU Washington: be by local talent. Each of the five I its use.

In fact a grower of certified plant H IN THIS STATE Favor fixed prices of grain, mak- civic clubs is to take charge of the !, In biliousness constipation, n ,.<>

can make (shipments into any of the ing possible fixed profit to growers. entertainment for one night. There t I aches and indigestion, and in a ;n"at

( states to the north without the danger -I Favor diversified farming. is to be no midway or carnival; just a variety of liver, stomach and 1 It.';n "'

i I I of having his material intercept IH Three Weeks Ahead of Schedule Favor government ownership of clean wholesome community affair j troubles calomel was the most successful
Farmers Advised to Dust With public utilities. remedy, but its use was "uleglectfcd .n
a ed and held under 'quarantine on account -
l of improper inspection or certification. Lead ArsenateThe Favor soldiers bonus, recognitionof Suwannee-Accompanied a partyof ( on account of its sickening'

? I Russia, wage increase of all railroad farmers t oAshburn, Ga., to investigate qualities. Now it is the easiest ana

that feeds and men, woman suffrage, retentionof the farm dairying: program most pleasant of medicines to take
board caterpillar upon
i i Some time the state plant
t Ago national there. AI Ireturned enthusiastic and One Calotab at bedtime, with
offered to furnish the Florida far often destroys velvet bean foliage hu < political parties, budget, a awa.-:

d mers with the necessary inspections appeared in Florida as far north as ) ? ))5'W1o; brotherly love amongst nations, classes efforts will be made to establish a low of water-that's all.! No taste,

Gainesville In destructive numbers, < and individuals, any educational similar program here. no griping;, no nausea, no suits A
provided< for In the Arkansas plan.
as which books to good nights sleep and the next
this measure gives morning
to destroy
4r, This plan requires three inspections and is threatening
statement J. citizens, unanimous decision in the Escambia-Friday piloted a score you are feeling fine, with a iieacliver
according to a
of the plants and plant !: crop 1't
j ti United States Court. of business and purified system and a bin ,
1. An inspection in the field prior R. Watson, entomologist of the Florida ; Supreme men women throughthe a ap

( % to digging to determine the freedom experiment station. ;, r yril ..s Oppose the league of nations, the county, the purpose of the motorcade petite. Eat what you please. :\'u
world court, military training in our being to acquaint the city with danger.
of the vines from the disease known This pest is ahead of its usual annual -
wilt. schedule by about three weeks, schools and war. the farm people and Escambia's agricultural Calotabs are sold only in original,
t as Mrs. Johnson smiles and says she possibilities. sealed packages, price thirty-live
which makes its
2. An inspection of the tubers In Prof. Watson says,
the banks", to determine their freedom appearance all the more serious. The r votes yes with her husband on every cents for the large family package
tenderer and issue. St. Lucie-Prospects are for the ten cents for the small, trial package
from the disease known as black rot plants now are younger,
3. An inspection of the tied after smaller, and the worms will have a largest citrus crops ever. Growersare Your druggist is authorized to refund

t'' the tubers have sprouted. longer feeding season, all of which two women are mighty EXTRACTS FROM I REPORTS( OF mowing their groves and con the price as a guarantee that you wn:
proud of their farmer husbands COUNTY AGENTS; trolling the rust mite by the sulphur be thoroughly delighted with Cao!
that the farmer will have It .
f I In addition the plantings must be means Roth know that they played us important
certified to be free from the presenceof I harder fight on his hands this sum- part In the successes which dust method. tabs.-Adv.( ) 7G.l'tH. !
with this Th next winter will take them to Washington Palm Beach-Over 800 acres of av-
if bothered enemy.
the sweet potato weevil. There are mer
I I). 3., as their husbands nit ocudoes are being replanted. Farmera -
other requirements, mostly of a sanitary worms ordinarily appear about the In the United State Senate. a are putting in seedheds for fall HAROLD.HUME Wm. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON, Jr.
f't measure, to be fulfilled before middle of August. Uolow Is Mrs S. W Brookhart of Pr_dant VicePratidant Sec. A T,.....
I the farmer qualities as a grower of Unless the friendly fungus, which Iowa, whose husband Senator truck crops. Outlook very favorable
certified plants or seed. usually controls the velvet bean cat Brookhart when free from official from canal point to south bay for Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry
duty, gives his attention to raining large and this fall and
The authorities of Mississippi and erpillar in September, should also appear prize hogs. Above Mrs Johnson, of winter.acreage crops Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

South Carolina require farmers in earlier than usual, farmers will Minnesota, whose husband Senator.:

"t t Florida to comply with the above requirements find that dusting with lead arsenate elect Magnus/; Johnson leave his Prompt Shipment

"' ii before permits from the is the only safe course to take with farm to go to Washington Dade-Two outstanding features Ask your neighbor-.-He'know.
he is advised not here are the rapid growth of the dairy -
ntnto Inspection otllcinls will be issued the pest. In fact, "Get late price list beforejbuying."
industry and the avocado. A trip
to ship sweet potato plants into their to depend or hope for friendly fungito
4 territory. tnke care of the situation. lIe MAGNUS AND over the county this week divulgednew E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville, Fla,
dairies established and
Y' It In, therefore, very important that should l secure a supply of lead arsenate being a

My farmers who desire to ship plants or I and a dust gun at once in order heavy acreage being prepared for av- -. u" .... .
!need certified as free from insects' that he can meet the enemy prompt! FAMILY TALKIT ocadoes. Moneyed Interests are Investing t 'I Ir

and diseases, as well as those who intend and effectively upon his arrival. heavily in this fruit. ;; :

to ship plants into Mississippi Farmers who have had dusters for ALL OVERWritten ?a'O:) ;
Jefferson-The nut in the coun-
A the Florida method crop I
and South Carolina make arrange use in applying
I I control will find the ty promises to be the best ever har- I I,
( ments to have their fields inspected of boll weevil II Ii
t this fall by the Florida authorities. same duster all right for dusting the ( for the Telegraph by Aleda vested. More spraying cultivatingand I,

The stuto plant. board has but a limited caterpillars. But he should not use Chamberlain) fertilizing done this year than' _

U number of inspectors availablefor calcium arsenate as a poison for this I ever before. :! .. ,. ENROLLS
Kimball w.
Aug. 8. Mrs.
t this work. It is necessary, therefore I purpose. Neither should he use paris Ii
Magnus Johnson is human. The Polk-Good for .
prospects a large YOU
burn bean vines and
Both the
'f for the growers to give ample green.
mother of six and farmerwifeof
strawberry acreage. Mass meeting of
notice of their desire for inspection. leaves. !
Minnesota's new U. S. Sena growers held to protest raise of
should l be made to the : ;
Requests Alr-lllaketllime may be mixed with
tor-elect has
her mind
changed, freight on citrus fruits. Growers are ,u ,
Plant Commissioner, Gainesville, Fla. the lead arsenate in order to make
She is not to the
going stay :
on spraying citrus with lime-sulphur for 'jc1
at least thirty days prior to harvest- it go farther. But there should not 'i .f,
farm and milk cows while her control of rust mites. '
( ing the crop.LONGER be more than three pounds of lime to husband is in Washington. Sheis <

i one of the lead arsenate, and when going with him. Taylor-Visited four cotton fields IlI;
CORN LEFT INFIELDS there that much lime the dust
is Il/
The has talked it where the Florida method
family over. was applied "
should be little thicker. !
applied a ;
DAMAGE 11Y WEEVILS Six unselfish children wanted and no signs of weevils were I/ ,. ,;11'. ,

mother to enjoy some of the seen. 'I c::... ,"y,

KILL SCALY LEG MITES; fruits of victory after 30 yearsof -
should bo
Corn gathered
fields and stored in the cribs just as DON'T LET CHICKS SUFFER hard work on the farm, and Hamilton-Our first shipment of ''II Whyaste any mOre time longing for the '":,

soon as it Is dry. they finally won. :Mother decid. 1 pleasures you can get out of a Ford Car? I'I'I '
ed to go-and with her will go Start make the ,I
left in the field will now to Touring Car
Although corn Scaly leg of chickens is a very common I or any
at least two of her childrenher
suffer less from the weevils. than that condition in the farm flock and ,For SaleSixteen other type you may select, your own.

gathered and not fumigated, this one that causes considerable loss in babies, Agnes, ten, and .,I I ,

practice is unwise for a number of Florence, nine. They will attend j I!! Soon will have i
the egg basket. It is caused by the school in Washington this winter you it to drive anywhere ,
reasons. boring of a small mite into the flesh ; want to .
quite shares in the you go camping-visiting-picnicking
'' t To the largest amount of corn an unexpected change II
of the fcct and legs, causing a secre- ''
II' -or to work.
\ from the district school not far your
harvest M anon as dry, store in airtight tion which hardens on the legs, and capital stock of FARM. I ,' .
1' from the Johnson farm here in ''I'
cribs and to kill the
fumigate '
weevils. forming scales. Meeker county.Mrs. ERS AND DEALERS I;; Under the terms of the Ford Weekly Purchase
I The mites are embedded in the flesh
Thus is the eorn, its curly or late )I of the legs and feet and In order to i Johnson and the six childrendid BANK of Lake Butler l II Plan you can enroll for as little as $5.
a good job of running the farm ,
t harvesting and its protection summedup I i kill them they must be treated witha
by J. R. Watson, entomologist of penetrating oil, according to R. C. while Mr. Johnson was campaigning Fla. ''I; We will deposit your payments in a local? rt

i the Florida< experiment station. Blake, poultry instructor of the College during the early summer weeks. It t L; bank: at interest. You can add a little every

'i I In addition to being attacked by of Agriculture.The was as a result of this that the report I, week. Soon the payments plus the interest
weevils in the field corn is liable to became> current that Mrs. Johnsonwas ,
best treatment U the constant will make the
not going to Washington if her Lockhart & Mathis car yours.
destructive molds particularly if the
I application of an ointment made of 1 ill I

j .J season is a rainy one, Prof. Watson part of oil of caraway to G parts of husband was elected. ::1\\ You will be
nays Rotting may cause a loss even white vaseline. Use until the legs are I Senator Magnus Johnson is happy Haines City, Fla. II surprised how little time it
that his wife is going with him. He ::1 really takes to Ford after '
greater than that caused by the wee clean. Another method is to take a get a you make the ;
I' quite frankly admits that she Is boss.. start. Don't
vils. quart ran full of kerosene and dip the THAT KNIFE-LIKE PAIN ', put it off-Enroll today. Come
Then in this day and when Whether he remains in public life after L in and let us full
age legs to within an inch of the kneesin give you particulars.
many of the best farmers are grow-I the ojl.! Great care ohuold be exercised serving this short term dependj (
altogether, he what she
velvet beans In their says upon
Ing or cowpeas in preventing any of the oil U Only' One of Nature's Warnings of
corn as a land( improver or a stock from getting on the feathers as it decides. /
Weak or Disordered Kidneys. ,tthtl ....
I feed, the longed the corn stays in the f j will blister the skin underneath.The The UO-acro Johnson farm is: a typical ( -
lame back, ;
i field the harder it will be to search mite that gives the most trouble Minnesota home, equipped with and you a aching day .
IJI&hl Do you feel sharp pains
( ,
i modern machinery forty head of cat.tie
is found where fowls aro confinedon ; after stoopla-i1' Are the kidneys

Habitual Constipation Cured ;| dry barren runs. or on soils. filled twenty-four of which are milk sore? Is their! action irregularUse: t J. ANDREWS1.: : JR. : vf..1e
In 14 to
JIVay. with ashes or cinders. Baby chicks cows; forty Duroc and Chester White Doan's Kltln,' l'lIIs-tb medicine Authorized Dealer : A
LAX-FOS prepared Syrup WITH Tonic-Laxative for a specially.Habitua. are also affected by the mites, catch- hogs; 300 chickens and eight horses. recommended by so many: Stork LINCOLN: FORD, FORDSON; 'I

Th ConntlpiUUm. It relieves promptly but lug them from the mother during the Every member of the family is kept people. Ask your neighbor: t4 STARKE, .r.-Y Itl1f J

!! should be taken regularly for''14 to 21 days breeding period The mites appearon busy running the place, Mrs. Johnson Chat. CrutentlolU, farmer, Stark: 1 FLORID.Jtil
induce reguleraction. ItStimutatessoul: says: "I can baldly describe the
j 11. the legs of the little chicks in twoor milking seven cows at least once a
Regulates. a Very Pleasant to TakJ 80c day, misery I endured (rom lam bock.

i per Ixiule three months. Magnus Johnson was born in Swed- When I triad tti lift It felt a* though t 1 cwt
+ 1 someone had stuck a knife tnto the t 7, e
/ en and came to America an immi-I rp
small of my back I WM nearly past
rant in 1801. Mrs. Johnson, however -
going. I got up at night! to past the
r ;; GENERAL INSURANCE is typical gray-haired, pleas- kidney secret!, n. and they containeda :

nt-faced and ideal American mother red sedlm.ut I read about Doan's

h INMAN & RITCH who traces her descent back to Kidney ni'J' sad, two boxes, purchased

General Israel Putnam on her moth.er' at Tin'r's: Drug Store cured
1 FIRE. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILELocated side."Magnus. me."

in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office apse 14 Has Own Price 60c. at all Joalers! Don't
simply ask nor' a kidney remedy-fee
Hour Every Day. Ideals"Mrs. Johnson. Doan's KUli.e\ riU!' -tlio same that

STARKE FLORIDA Mr. CrutcbfleU bail' Foster-Mllbuni
Mrs. Johnson is very positive that p
Co., Mfrs3ut vlo, N. \
the nation i is going to b. surprised if


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Al'Gl'ST 10. 1923.

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Presidents Dad I W. C. T. U. COLUMN :Mr.: and 1\lr6. L. G. Silley of Putnam -- -- ------- :..= ..... a t ;.J' '1.'
-1 ea T
ence, is a guest;< hero for a few days } .
Hall Tuesday Cod tIJ.. Canso tnrlp Doti 'Iucnz.. .
r t le.J tmss of Rev. and Mrs. W. I. I'owcll. ,a ; :,1.t( !
I Mr. iiiTteer4 '
Cherry returned to his homo mow idNETahklamenu: a 1.4 I 'i j,
PRESIDENTS ATTITUDE: GRATIFYING hl'reIondll\ )', after visiting relative I Miss Ease Dlanchard left Thurs- k u.... There. !Is only one *'3tir.iE. .. Qutalrn." : : J',

I in the north. ; M4.MN A, 'e1ArJ day for the mountains of Virginia W. Gtioyl 's tiir.iitnn nn !hot Sllu.. J, t ,:,f: b Q

There will be a working at Hope CCOe. TM. 4Tl' ; ;:(P4A' where she will spend a few weeks To Stop( a Cough Quick :-I ;;.

President Marling did some very cemetery at Theressa on the 17th day IN .,t.'.-.:|4 .Ol WI\TI"Q. Mrs. M. E. Edwards! and children take- HAYES' HEALING \HONEY'" n :

plain I speaking concerning !prohibition of August. Everybody invited to como ", "-- """ are spending few days at Kingsley cnuiili inmliclno which stops the cough by

durinir his western tour, and has! not and help clean and beautify the --:- -:-:-.;;<> y r.J J;!e lake. houlmrf the inflamed amt Irritated tissue" ,1 I, "

left the Brounds. "\ ,... I .. I A > of CKOVE'S; tVPEN-TRATH: *
people In doubt as to where Dinner will be served on "-1 Miss :Mary: Williams of Mucclenny, SALVE + Ji
he \7. ( ,1' or Gust Colds !lend Colds! and. 1, /
stands on this much distressed the grounds. Come and bring well- 1 r Awl .v rI. is a guest this week of her sister I (:map I Is rni-losod' with every IxnUo' of 1 l''

question.. Especially gratifying has .IIlied! hasketg. -I.. ." : ''I--' ,.. Sirs', R. M, Tracy. JlA Y :S' IIICALINU: : HONEY. The nulvosliuultt 'I. i "

been his plea for the observance of :Alfas Xealie Youn blooit po\: "' '.. I" ......" ,....\ It. P Fred Sassc of be rubbed on the chest mid throat .J. t .'.t L
; gave a Kingsley wan In
I the spirit as well as the letter of the merry party Tuesday afternoon at 1"I. BIZ, ( M.M' I IKtl .d town shopping Saturday ( atifforlntt from n Cold or Croup. 1lC 1\' \ : ,. .<
1 rnVrt of
lli law | i-
I Iall.
backed a.ytvHW: fr.1
as it is the !
home Ad0tliethnlatrnmhlnndwitIi ;
by the exampleof of her parents, Mr. a.nd Dolly Dinkins returned homo th.heellugeenct uf ," ;'v,
Sunday i.nivr
total abstinence :Mrs. ": 4(+b til.elav' ,1.' ., I 0 Oiyu-Trnlo Salve. tlirvnmh' tha some uf ,, : .
that C.
ho is setting A. Youngrblood the occasion .. from Jacksonville where she has the skits wan ntuf couith. .; i". "+
'1 in his official and being her ; r "' -.1 lloth rommllrn urn. parkoil 'In ;'
personal life. His 14th birthday The OUR carton cud the <
dming 1. been staying a few days with relatives. com ul t ihnnuuliluml. l"'n'III..I.If., : ... I'' t
stand Wt ,
I ought to shame table II 1 .
those decorated ,1' \
John Calvin ('.() lltllte. father of American | was with vases of cut leJuat' BIlk your druggist.: fur UA YES' t:
citiZens ; t
iirel! who are placing their desire flowers and the attractively .. otfJ\ 1,1: \ The tnAUNI IIONKY.NOTItK ; .
air new < eat. ImJ the honor i arranged Lawtey school which
'for | ... ....... was toopen ..... y .
of dilinlnlsterliitf the oath of office indulgence in n glass of liquor table was centered by a large birth. ,...( ... .0" ..1'I' \ I ::
of above i "j, .., ;. ...... ... .. Monday, was postponed until :: lK 8IIKKIFF'H: 8A1.KNiuli'i "'
I'restdent the r""cd states their "1.. .. .. 1 _
ft | allegiance to the constitution -j day cake surrounded by large pink 110''" ;;; I.J I :Monday, Aug. 13.Mr. ,IH hrnl.T "even that Slider. end ,

tu hi* son. j i and their country roses and surmounted with fourteen ..:.._.....!._.--..:.. : IIIItI1: rs. II. J. Thomas were "lliiciicul Irtui*, il I Unit ci.urt riiiUiln. of llradrunt n\is-iiluiit, iiiatiiHl. out by uf .I.'I '

r--- ('burning candles. Plain an A. n. C. visitors to Williston iil, .. in n n.i ,nun, ,.Bi..,. uhon-ln County J.V.. Flue Anijri.wa \, ,". .
'I \/IIHSrrIXTII, :: I'KESIDENT i j I YALE LE'I"fER'CO ; After Thursday.MHS Hiiil. .1.I W, "n.to......, Jr., ...u-uarlni-r. ... e r I d.
WHO DIED) IN OFFICE:: .! PARENTS HAS''i several games the guests Young {'Ife-Yau were at one of : |. Mattiu :Moody of Bolmoro, of uiililK J W.Illinium I, under, the Or... nama amt. .,y I.. ., f '; .

i GOOD EFFECT I II were invited to tho dining: room anda those stag parties last niurht. weren't was hero Sunday onroutu to Flitch A. J. HrjKii Amlrawa i:fa UBfumlnnt.: A. Hun.: 1 ara Imva plnintlirn.lnvli.J: uuon mill ;.&, r.i ,

I real ftunnni uprverl. rnnftdvr.fnfr- of ? school where she will touch. anil.. _Kill Mllll. .111 ,1%.. hl"h..t .nd b..t I..!.!.!_.. ;:
jirri-n G. Harding was the sixth' Dr. James you i r ram in rout or taw cuiirthmu ilcmr In iI ,4 '
'I I R. Angell, president of chicken and rice, pickles, bread( and Young Mr. and !Mrs. Charlie Hurch were "Shirk' llrailrunl County: Florida nil. MonI.,.. tT
'it to die in office. The C1thersV'lIiam -Yes. How did .. ..,
Hr l inli
Yale university, declared the cakp. you |> r a. IU2U, tha ......" "being a local v
recently visitors .
\ Henry Harrison, Zach-'I I| know ? to Jacksonville Sunday, i> nh* tiny, cud. livtwrrn the Neal lumra of .. .
poet college year was better than !! Those enjoying the party were J. oho followniit i il.cnli.l reel 1 wink., lying I
any :
J. :: :
I. Pubose ; :
)'avlor) Abraham incoln, James year since prohibition (I. Young Wife-Why, you were staggering of Starkr was a visitor bums, In llrailrunt I : County: loruln: lu- "it."d t
: came into existence i|I I Allen :Mr. and Mrs. H. E. :Moorer: to The S.iiillnii ljuarupr. of Northwrat '
when Lawtcy CJunrtur -
Garfield and William you came in. Sunday. .. .. S
i and th
McKin-j j i and that the and little W> t quarter uf Muiithwrat ?
attitude of the daughter, L 'ncll. Br. and 411.rIIr ,
Mr. and :Mrs Otis lr NnrthrNHt
of jimrtvr tif .
Norton Jacksonville
Likewise Calvin Suuliun hour.
Coolidge will student body is better than that of I :Mrs. E. S. Sibley :Misses: Stella Clovtrsettle 'Jo>vnnl\li. \ | N Hoiiih. I It.."... JU .Kiiil..: coiMulnlnK ,r
'\' sixth vice president to succeed the Ground i For Divorce wore guests Sunday of Mr. bu tI.... more or h_.
general community. It i ill believed Blanche Humphrey, Kathleen and Mrs. G. W. Stokes. W. J. KI'I'EIISON.
n, highest office. | that one of the factors in bringing'; and Margaret Packham, Jessie Isn't L'ragg d an awful egotist? I.. M. .v,5h"rllt, of IIr.du.I:0.11I'( : ,.. 1>'1". t II .,
.. >ln, Garfield and :McKinley ''about this Yes indeed. I understand :Mr. and Mrs. J. J. :McLood: were JOHNS .. .J S
Improvement is a letter i Owsley Freidn Cloversettle and B. his wifeIs Atiorm-y for I'lHt I..II" 8,111.8081M.1I1'ER'M '1"s
assassinated' but Harrison and '1 sent by Dean Angler to the parents I II 'C. Owslo)'. going to sue him for alienation of visitors to Starke Monday. '

..1" died from disease, the formern of all incoming freshmen. ) After n few the affection-he loves himself so much. )Dr. F.. L. Biggs/ of Sturke, was a !'oOTI1'': OK BALK: y 1 I
From this games guests departed Iforuliy, nut lea In |tiv. bilious pleurisy, exactly one letter we quote : i thanking Nenllo for such a professional' visitor to Lawtey Sunday vlrtuo of list (neat I J."" rvu of fort-d.-iiun* mn.tu 1 I,

n after his inauguration March |i I "If at home or in his larger social]I i pleasant occasion and wishing her lllimdo n1I1I Opine Mrs. Digits accompanied! him. liy Nrndfnn'unty iho Jinlao I .of ,oho Murulii.''''11..11. in." "ebunrrryd i nit for I Nr..

I I'I and the latter from bilious circle Oscar :McCulley, of Jacksonville, tong. on flu lltli tUv nf Alnrch. A. l U. UU'.t:! JI
the laws of the country con-1'I 'many moro happy birthdays. "hby'a wearing his sportmodel in. riiMir uf Amfrlonn I Aitrlaulturn: ::: Cluanlcal\:; ,: t,
-ixtccn months and five I spent last week here with his undo
days Cniiipuny, ,
j corning liquor are there I : a rurpurnttim.' OM aiunulnitmiU, an.t"Ir l
respected is t
'1., look, the oath of office :March less 11t1He only buys one and aunt !Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Dnvid Dur HuntiiNt KltaUilM; lit b,-.t. a* ,iloft'tiiiiintutitit ::, '

> "I'i i liquor likelihood and the that tho boy will seek I MILLER gallon of gas at a time" ban. ,l'hu rue.ala>r)::'iuiiHlt lu:, front Nil :I"w( ::: :;:;; I in
bootlegger in college Nlurkv. tlvnilfonl : ,
; County' Klorfdn' .
Jurlittr' Ihit
i r i ion, who was the ninth pres.u.d I' if, on the other hand l. a boy knows Miller Aug. 10.-Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Ask Al::ii'; Knows :Mrs.. S. A. Bryan and, Miss Ollio I' \Iuu. eul. houni.to :thu uf hluluwt mitt on mill Momlny.bent UdUr l.StM'li'inl.yr H, y e
for ctwh,
". I the first to die in office, was I full well that his father and his fathor's Thomas spent! the week-end with hermother Marr, of Starke, motored to Lawtey the follow in* lnurUt. purport|' .y. tfttiMlml In / \\. tt ,
friends :IIrs.:: Belle ,
habitually violate/ the law Johns of Long N."lh. ,"*L giinrti-r "t NurlliMiwt. 0>i.irt. .r, ,
'l i. .,-, his age being 68. Taylor, II it Is small wonder that he, the impressionable Bridge. Al, what's a stole and. Mrs.\ Colon Miller were I Nmnhrant S.cltnn; I, lit.'. rownsthlp:: /INnrlhwe.t Kitnuu tt Ffint. nlm 1 1

ifth chief executive, and l the applies these habits in Quite a number of people of this Al- MigoHh but youso i it dumb. A visitors to Starko Friday afternoon Mellon. I qunrtrr, 'I'"wn.hll'ofin T, Range g.inrtvr Ul Ewt,; t.f a,

.1 I to die, was the third oldest in I his new sphere of sudden, liberty. It community attended l church nt Providence Stoic is n bald what carries babies. Mrs. Georga Anderson ,returned! to tSehly acne. morv or li.1'.;... M. .IOIIN!!. I Ixyealol I e p
i ring 61. is of obvious that last week. her homo Saturday from Kinguluy M..t.r.
course the college
I I J. C. 1'I'I.tLf.. 1- t
.1 i i oln. the first of the maityredI cannot condone drinking by its students I :Mrs. T. :M. Pinkaton, of Worthing where she has been spending, a few Hi.tiottfir for CoinplninnntNori .J.Gt,5.dL .

".l Iitn: was shot in Ford's thea- and thus become n party to law ton, spent several dnys of last week Smack! Smack week 1

\\ inhington, D. C., by John Winks infringement. with her mother, !Mrs. E. B. Bielling Clarice! .Tlllltw,,< -I worship my George 1"'. Young was a 1 businoB "I.NllMt K: OK": AI'IM HKI; Ica riON l'lflS ATI K Ol>H TAX IHK: :UK'U fP

j'! a"ti. on April 14, 1863:;, one month The for here. visitor' to Williston Thursday., (.t: ..II.\I. Hf.\rtl'n:: '
penalty drinking or having tiiihhnml.Jealous. Not ire IH I b. ftby. .riven tlmt M. I-. JohllM. .l y
i MM days after his second inaugu-l' liquor in the rooms at Yale is expulsion N. II. Stokes was a business visitor Thing-I've heard I offer )Ir. and !Mrs. A. H. Harley: !Mr. I'iitvhiui4>r of law an.lltI"ato N.., 5rt, ,...10.,1<| oho "
!1. He died tho following morn- to Lake Butler you and Mrs.\ E. It. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. nth lny oT lum. An, 15 iii. IIIM 111..1 l enid .,
and it is thought that such punishment Mond.iy.Miss up burnt offerings to him three C.lIfI."h.I I"( my air ru end| inn mnilti, 111",11.,
.Lin a little house across Tenth i :: Annie Belle ; L. A. Marr and! Miss Dolla Iliumhardwero \ ml]Sun tar In,, tired. | to IHI..." In .oo".I.n. I
i Peeples
in has spent
past cases gone a long times a day. I with law, Enid' ci'rtinrnti, rmbrerr.'. ilit. fo,1|. ,
'n t from the theatre building. The way to help better conditions last week with :Mra. TI. Bennett of among those from here who< at- lowing .h..lh..1. l 'property. .It....... In, llriiilfonl .

.1 -.i I ,sin escaped from the theatre! but i j Bland. !Head o' I the Clans tonded. tho ball game nt the State Ix-t con four my, .llluok Horiilii.:82 t In to-wltj Now lifter 'I'h. .1,1|.| ?

\'. :.1Killed near Fredericksburg, Va., I TIIERESSA Miss Carrie Belle Brown, who at. Farm Sunday nunnoo Tend iKtinii<>f ..",)'III 11.,oertltlrnlw...,1| nt the lit the lair. rmiim of. the of Un I.- Sr'. 1

\ ..I". days later by Sergeant Boston tended! summer school at :::Madison Is Jimmy--Say, dad, who was King Henry Burnett! of Jacksonville, known. I ( I ,
Tut ? U"..... mlil orrllMcaln hii1l h. "ti?<,1|pftntN| .... ?
wag business
( (orliett.Ciarfield. Theressa, Aug. 10B. C. Owsley, at home with her parents, Mr. and transacting In town on con U uu to IHW, tax tired. will IHMII tht ron '
(; / was shot in the Pennsyl- Mrs. J. L Brown. Dad-He was a poor excuse for a Thursday.Mr. on lh. .in.I. iluy of H-pl.-ml. A. U. hails iI s'i
Misses Blanche
Humphrey and Neal. Wllnpfm
my nlTlcli.1 I nlicnnturo mill t i'
anni] railroad\ station in Washington | ie Youngblood rtotore.l to Melruae on :Mrs :Myrtn Douglas and sister, Elsie new u-tha's all : arid,' !llrs. J. W. Andrews (IfRtnrkp. cm the:: Hnl tiny of ticplmiitwr: : A. l D. .1 tUUD.e.l this ', K

in July 2, 1881, and l died at Elber- I TU -8du '. Stokes attended church at :Midway wen guests Sunday of R J. O.Clerk W. Ar.lHCItMAN.('.....,," (:"/lrt.,31.MH' ,
Boy, Oh, Buy! Roberts. "-" Hrmlfur.1. .
ton, Long Branch, N. J., on Sept. 19, Cecil and Cyril Manire of Hamp- Sunday. .minly. Hit

18S1! six months and fifteen days af- j ton, visited friends here Tuesday eve- The woman was very condescend Preaching services at Grace church NOTM K III"" APIM.ICATION F
t-r hid induction into office. The as ning. HIGHLAND inl!'. Sunday morning and 1 evening !Dr. UMIfrK' HKI 'I ION alt OK 'TIllK R W
i ( "IoJoIIAI.I'fA;
sassin Charles Jules Guiteau husband Pearce, of Indiana will preach In the Nollrw. U hereby given that W, _1
was I :\11". and Mrs. D. W. :Moore visitedten "My is very Jealous, she K Carbon*

hanged at Washington D. C., June I Highland, Aug. 10.-Mrs. J. A. remarked to her partner as they fox morning and 1 Dr. Powell In tho evening liilvl rmmh" ,tlwlih iiumlnwii'r. day of of July(a* ci-rtMflrat A. l I1. 11*41.N him,. KIJ flltt -, W + '

'iO, 1882. I days after his second Inauguration. Starling and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bennett trotted around the ball room, "so I at 8:15.: Kpworth: League program "Hiipltriitliiii until coriirtcHitt for in. my. ..rr,... ...01) h.. mailv v st.
tan tired to le.ron/ ocorttano'
McKinley was shot twice on Sep- [ Louis Czolgosz the assassin were visitors to Lawtey WeJnesdny. ;! dance only with exceedingly plain will precede tho evening service, with law, Haiti ".rlII..,. ....11.".... the fol I r
lowing iliwrrlbfd, ttroin-rty Biu' ..tt* t In Uraitfonl, i ,t.
electrocuted at Auburn state beginning at 7.t3.Tho : <
tember 6, 1901 in the Temple of Music ]I was I people. Cfiiinly: Morltla, to wit:

of the Pan-American exposition prison, New York, on October 29, Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss Ethel "It's a fine system," ha said "I annual )picnic of the two Methodist Northwmt Ijuarlor. of mthi'wt' quarter. .
; 1I..II..n
\\2. Tn. (I M.. R. 22 Kant 41)) .......
at Buffalo, N. Y., and died in that 1901. ] I RUks were shopping in JacksanEtIQUette hue followed it for years. Sunday schools was held Thursday 1'h. aal'l land brine. ... .
at Strickland's. landinir. An abundance of tit. I.....".. of ,&, curtifiritt In lh"nnm. .
or IJnkn"wn. "nl_ ..,.1 ...lIlI..... M
--- Lazy of good things to eat and a .hull h. r""lt< 'm,,"l eoortlmir, to;,',law.t.i;iletl 1 .
Larry Again
RICHARD LLOYD JONES large number will IMIII thereon the Illllli liny of Au.iut '"
wore present.Mrs. A. n. 1IU3.Wltm 1'
Larry's full of cold root beer : Ilimnan of Jacksonville Inhere .. niy. nfflrlnl. Hlvnnturfi unit. arch! this ,. t .T1
SAYS ?c2> ; Ho don't what tt Mth: liny. of July, A. I) men. .
care days here.
are for few : '
u days. () W. AI.OKHMAN "i
&::lh.an Reach beauts, they will keep Clerk Circuit Court; flnKlftml. Cminty, Flu. 't

Be of Single Purpose e ft A_cis { For he must catch up with his sleep. r-WO.Gt.II.tJ-. '- i d( .t i r

;=- NOTIfK or area irATION FOB TAX DEED ) ,,
y J'L. ww --. ,. Ed UNDPIt: HKI'TION STa Of 1HK .
Panty, just returned from I.KNKKAI. i 'J
It h 1 u ('UIUJllolllrtlc, : ,: to l l.liimo] till world fur our Irnllrldiiul faults Ann jufttli-n on ctiiurlta/ Europe: the short skirl In Iforthy mitten. .IN alien (h.. I*. K Knlirht.MirrliiiMf ,,,1I. i..I', ..
and failures. :Notlilii I Is nmro tutee tuuii to orltlclxo circluentJIrvs.t trill bet /t/liUlii. an mi'rrfit inIII Maya A | >r of live .nl<* rvrllflitntt. nmb.rei \ 'r' .
elKiuld te ooinini'iKkil. hilt dltuourHKcuiciit a?l'm unt. / if twlttmn. if litrrmiil lit coming bark.! He Maw a whole I cullrnr r.uM::>tlv.ly iif art and 815. lewd. hy the (.. I .. I

ISlruiiK wen are 1I'erlII..II..t. with their uchievenientx nor oniitcut with Ali'ild., cat a vf tntu ttvtcipeptr. army wearing. "em in( Scotland. : IH.IHII:Itrmlfortl d.bd" l cixinty July 4th MurMit., lull' anlilwrtlllrati hu
mulr opportuiiitleM. Great men] sro e\er eager to do /greater IhliiKH.' -- fll0fl. mild anrtulnal.a: In my oiriaa 1 nn\ hiumiuln '
The runiiueror triumphs "", 'alll-e he him, loiiruwl/ bow to otmoeiitrataeffort. Wish Hpiillciitlnn, for tax dealt, to Umia In 1.
Talent ix ,,wnrtliliwnl 1 n Intent Talent newt he applliM,, to be hear Alwln : In. It proper| for nyouiiit ville Wednesday. reorflurirw Meld onrtlfltlltfM with law.rMipMltlvrly' .mbrwe the 1,1M'd

I>rmeii. KlimvlnlfCL/ \ iuitltln;* i nlosH" uql'tl :Sere Information U never.. l Ift.Jy to Invlle a tc-i'tli'iimn :Mrs S. A. Bryan of Starke, visited r..U..lnuI.n.. the equivalent of action. The man who pick, up knowledge and him Iio who IIIIM taken her out lu tU evening relatives hero Thursday "1 have taken Cardul for ran .il 1 Nt thN dab of the IjMunnc. ot miolterrtlflcHtm "

Idea what to do with It. In u. helpless uu a man lu a cuuue without a into her home? ((2)) If the LVn Williams spent Wednesday and 1 down, wofB-out condition iiNrtltfilliirly'In Urn n.m pot ,..forth r..p.aUv./y tfi'Wltt/ .. here.indbr .
parents have .
paddle. retired (3)) If they C.rtlae.t.' N". lilt .mhrao.. N..rlh.tI..rt..r
lift a goal. It la the. first t-HHentlal. lu waking a life ffood. A fllnulopurKH : Bro still up? ((4)) DOOM the hour Thursday in Jacksonville trarnuct'ntf' nervousness and sleeplessness, ( of Nurthwrat quarts 4k Bnulh' half
i.i.ik any dllTerfiicu?--Tlmnk business.G. and I WM weak too" uyt ,if Northwiwt quarter 4k Nnrthcfut Himrtvfuf a
| IM the Brut ossentlnl. of IIUCMIW. Who want what be wants you, Houthwwt ..... t
UunrUr It 'In. 7, M. If. .
when he wants. It and wants U Lad enough to go after It and keep after C. P. II. Barker and II. C. Wimberly, Mrs. SUvie Fetes of J tit B lap 11 E.. Ill) ."".. mmniiii..l M... F.. It 1_. ,
It will usually pet It. The hour Is the whole thing. Fur Okla. "Cardul did m. |Just lots Ctirtlllriit. No HIH/ .n.h...... H Every man la given brawls and a backbone with the Idea that be an example HIIPPOHV a couple linvn Jr., motored to Jacksonville Saturday. Nurthi'Ut: Uunrtcr: : FU.'. III.. '!I'>. 7, H. It. :22
of good much that I \ K. Nil .
irnne to o IlltYe arm omr.l Mr R 11. DM .
will UNO holh. You u.veIOf', jour muscle ty, rontrnctlnir 1 It t In the application an early movie nod! are \IJnln old,\ ortllleNt ehell be, ........m.,1, 4
of Its power. You develop your inlml hy "ooncontrntlnK on the home 1 by uluu-tlilrty-Uiou the girl G. M. Robinson, of Jacksonville, wasa to m 1 daughter. She complained ...'....,hn" b. hew tat iliwtl will iRmii., thnrvonon I
uiiiHtory of a single U"JL-ct. You cannot aped and multiply In the sane way Inrlte the l boy> In wbotiu lor business visitor of' a 8Or.ne..ln her side the Kith 'I., .. of Ainrunt. A. K. "\''Ia.
here Friday Wltiii ,
iilflelnl ilirnntur, and 0".1! this
have my
family retired! or not. If 'I
breath. Ctmcvntrntlon 14 contraction lu a cultivated quality. Some of the other on J. T. Marr returned from and back. She took three the nth tiny of July A. I.l I'121: J
our Rreatput Inventions have bern born In the dlHtructlntf dill of machine hand they have gone to Thursday bottle ol fl.; W. AI.DKIIMAN. 1
hop* but where all other activities were lost to tho mind and hand a picture from which they n-tiirn. ateleven a visit with relatives at Titusville. Clerk' Clrrult: Court Ilr. .lf..rl Counlv.' .'1.. t JJ
she IAPAL/(! ) Hy O,
that were fixed on the purinlt of A alnide, thing. lnTlt-atl should not extciiii( uu P. L. Kigby of Titunville spent 7-1,t-tt-H-lO_, A. IJrpuly KNKIIIP.. Cl.rV.
enter. A ,
The iluUtrrnlnml mInd detleii. hindrances an a trained racer will hnnll Kcntlomsnmlllntf here the r
Saturday of relatives
handicaps IteslHtdnce la eHm-ntlal to development. You do not sharpen usually rotidml his visit guest NOriC'K ;X r' t
between n-thlrt7 sail 'Iev > and friends. NiitleN IN hi>r. ( ( n. Never >y '.n the uniliiniltfnm! 1
;your chisel by drawing It across velet. The teen edge( omee only CARDUI haN hi*<*n aiMMilntwl NilmlnUtralrf nt p eat
when ground against the flinty lit one. The oft soul never tackled the later than eleven.IHELPFULHEALTHHINTS. :Mr. and Mrs. e1. E. Morn-. vr.\,\ nun, .t if Jim flunirlii'rl. II..,.>IUIIH|. '.I..r the llrNil-alMt S ,

hard Job. J Ross, of Bronson spent Sunday here font ennnl y. CloriilM, and Nil ertHllton.. I...-
I. diatrlhut.ra! end help at law anil) all Q
History baa been molded and made by men who had an Idea and j jSpltnlvr the guests of II. C. Wimberly and parts. bavina, .1.lm. or demnnhr." ...ilnataalil 4p
were willing t<> endure whatever confront l them In their effort to reach rNtaia will pr a.nt then to the undvrHlitniiil t :
that family. duly. atith nti0aUil.I within. ona yea! t
l"nt yourself to work to do Borne worthwhile Job and stick tn !It until in the Skim. A needle T. T. Blackburn Maxville: was a Theoman's\/ Tonic tram I'uUil deb tea nr the lb.aama will ..b. forever. barred.l. r ,!4 J
llth of .
day July A L)*
It 1 III dune That Is tha only way to wlu O.e .lIce...... that ""11.."..*. will iiHiinll remove a splinter from visitor here Saturday.S. s 102.1. .

Capy'4;,lit 911 by Richard Uayd Janet four akin. Pint waul bund In aOBf) M. Griffin of Lawtcy was a vie and her condition was much OliTELLA ClHKOWSKf.Ailmlniitratrlx.' i In

and hot water and paw nifilli thru better. A. /. ADKINfl I
I a flame In uvoM, imKHlMe Infm-tlon. itor hree Sunday.Mr. "We have lived here, near r Attorney for !:e...... 7-13-nl-S-ia i mNOTICR
If the. U. not and Mrs. N. L. --- -- -
muwHMful Starling
returned -
try n pair "
,d Jennings, 'for 26 years, and now OK APPl.irATION
O Of (llrirtTH.Poii ; roll TAX I>KKI' ) 5 wf
n Saturday from a week's visit we have our own home In 'town. UNIIKit: METIOV Sit "lf TI1K

on Iirjr-In a very tri-ucheroiK. with relatives at Lawtey. a I have had! to work pretty hard, ICornhy Setae.KNhKAI..la shwa\ HTATIITKH that l U. W M M>r* r 41.b '

plant. tone DillY handle It at OHM Mr. and Mrs. Chat. George spent as this country wasn't built up, puraliwHir vf am fat, aal artlrtcMt 841.,0.riiiratMir, and irmuMtlvaly i 4

limn with no III elTi'iM and| the Peat several days visiting relatives in aid it rrmde It hard! for us. 341 .laau..l by the ta* time ( eeNVt-fNY jjcilnoniMl.. An. ,n't Jacksonville. aounty. .1..1.... add ffftrtlneataa hvlnir, ......'1 % l
trevtmcnt and aiwple l Its "I 1 WISH I could tell weakwome July 4. 11525, and havlnic. flt.d ..1,. ....111....a )
The Miifir .tax we have to ly. ain't _i'7.1] + Wafti the IIJI''tu..1 kin lu .
Nirlt OViHla. to I..... ,In ...or" .".. with law. + '
It'Vlml 1 1 on our out' an' hay nor middlix 1< '>o nrlil itolutlun lu wtilrr.' follows] liy relatives in Jacksonville during lait that helped Rive me the strength Maid' ertlllratca ....p.ctlv. .ly .mb,..'.. the .

our fal'n1ll. The dread exs: -dear of the "'1..rf 1' II.: :x union, rinu soma. onllnitry zinc olntnicnt week. to go on and do my work." se.e.aal following' at lanila the dab In llrailforit of tha laauane county. of rloHihi.aunlirtlflgat s

law may strip UII till were fei'lin" raw: rt r I' ? ; "'- on I lie hkin. over thin withn ft Mt .* .. In tha namm raaiMWllvi-ly, haraln- d1 ,'

but thpHo are trivial harm our tnti" f;;:)}f.i.:"' .1 !I.c'tl.in"'n olulh.h.,1 tiff The daily olntuii'ttt rating ahead Ilinomutpr. 1.\WTEY I .i'd.'l! t 9 i. miter rrtlHraia liarllvutnrly\ ". site set .forth mhrama....wltt ona A In 8W L '

may I* Mxxer'n! rent-ami take the wW- :;=. t",, ,. .. ;: 'k""= Tho akin .honl I tam Ie for Hfiutnraat"of Kant: Half of Houthm Qinrt i>f
tjuaruir. 11.e' il \n\ 5 a, K. 22
.iler'n last red cent, sr.' /grow with fronzlod ,l,..rpule .Irll'fl.| and rl.olil. vawlliw' H* I-awtey Aug./ 10.--:Mrs.:. W. H. McCormick Rant. I aura, itaaMM M| C. N. llolilfr.;
The .sheriff attach our rj rya1'a 'I\- nn oluuiu-ut el.plioII. A K'Mxl oltl- / ( !I1CD1DfIJt1ICDalLIWQGj{ )+ !) Dt'" CvrtldeaU N.. 8411 ....hr...... Month Half of
may returned her
: to home in N 42(1 ft '
time U Mai-fr lOt .Snuthaant
pelts, an' drive us ort to nowewhere'ii else, \ wt C. penny' nniiily\\n. Home vinegar!iiudw.: l.y and I put one tinH this;, Gainesville Sunday after spending a COFFINS & CASKETS aeraa gu.rt* .aMMaaml.. See. 14 Unknown.rtlnnata 1'". 1 I.. B. R. 23 ,....t. 1 i'

-but that's a minor ca*. ... f'c. '.v un u fr''lup''t w'h. few days here with her sinter Mra. \ And a Full Line 01U"J.'oll.ra'Sflpplir. <:t. No MI: KmbrNrra, North Half"
c., of Northwnt Quarter, H.... ax. Tp. 1, B. H.
Ire notbln' less than truth. to Bay, the '\. ... J. ,J' A A. Smith. :OJ' Feet IU c ,....... aawaaij the Southern Cramp.-A crump' ] In( often cao1 l tl. idn" To.UnlMa 5
heaviest toll Wit have to pay-In on (per : :: \I ty tiKjiKentlLle, teal or hy told, ee.eciahy Mr. and MM. George Roberts spent sell ..rtinnat.a .hall be .il rnailacconllnif //1 1M

verted Lrauu. We pay a blame Nlgat # L ...:1 !Ir one ectn overheated l In l..tw."h..r. Sunday with relatives In Starke. AUTOMOBILE IIEARSEAJway. to law .... fwd will .land. thrwnon
... ... ...\. Ilia 1.1th Jay of AtMf'iat. A. D. lJi.1.'
heavier :Never drlnU lot of mid l Truby Wainwrlght was transacting on hanH. The best f
tax on CaULan and Jyrorax, then .. ... a a rvtto Witnrta my ulf vial I ilirnatur* and seat Ihllt
on our fertile plains. We hnrdly over hoar y few J water utter acme atromiouH exercise. business with the school board at at Ui. lowest prices. Spe- the loth day of July.O.A.W.U. lltul.\
) an this will orti-ii AI.URflMAM.rrult .
quote the penalties of grano-horn vim 1.:- Y\. the latmillnf* sad cause In quite a upaiun < f Starke Monday.Mrs. dill s.ttratlon to telegraph or- Clerk ,: Court. UrarifonJ Count/ Fla.
| rfunifproil WEAL
vote,-.o deaf w.e seem! to Le. It costs. k- :h" la mints or hotter yet a Edith Cox of Jacksonville Registered| EmbalBcr.DeWITT 7.1.1.al-K-li, By C. A. Iteputy KNKillT!. Clark. ,; '

a sight of coin fer clwoLt, but, forty tlioeamuch v. little hot water wltb a bit of syrup' 'nt Sunday hen with her titter, --- -

as fer fools. an' rascal strategy tr { of 'ginger ran be taken "'or a mid I Mrs. R. M. Tracy.: C. JONES To Cure a Cold In One DayT
cramp a hot water hone placed o.
tau aWoolen will, often give relief Itev. Dr. Pearce: a retired M' tho- STARKE. FLA t >ka LAXATIVE' PROMO OCINIMB!: (Tahlata > .
Y < oiiiiti ami ItrailAi/ he aii" wane on "-
. dial minister cf the Indiana; confer-: ""e ,."..",."". o'o"t Vi _?:tVC tikuatiua i>u ..*n bun. NA:


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,t \ : : ; WORK ON BILOKERRO.tI1( interested only in spending. Peoplenot LAKE BUTLER of Miss Minnie Hodges Sunday. evangelist.

? ) HE IMMEDIATELY( ( RESUMEDContinued only want to get rich quick but I Gordon Wiggins, Jr., of Mobile, I IWith The Churches f Meetings continue indertmt,.

I I ---- without working. People are buying Lake Butler, Aug. 10.-Mrs.\ Chas. Ala., is a guest of his father, C. G. I All are invited to attend. <
.'F From Page 1)) recklessly without any thought about r. Rivers was painfully injured in an Wiggins, this week.

%l ; r J, ( where the money is coming from with I automobile accidunt Wednesday afternoon -I Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Thomas, of (PRESBYTERIAN I HARDING MEMORIAL SEln.
afford i. .
1 their beauty and the shade they h
which to pay. Our young people appear while out riding with five i I Miller, were visitors here Sunday af

j' : add materially to the value of to have the idea that dollar bills children in her car. I ternoon. There will be services at the Presbyterian A service in commemorattoi, .

I J j I his property. It U believed, however, /grow on trees and all they have to do I It appears that a cable used in the : Miss Maud Crews is visiting Eunice church Sunday morning. late President Harding, wh, n,,

S t, ,t I, that after carefully weighing the advantages is to pick them off. Almost no one loading of logs on flat cars was JIcKinney, of Long Branch this Sunday school at 10 and preaching timely and unexpected death '
of the afforded by I' 1''
\.1 drainage wants to work. Very few want to stretched across the street and not week. services at 11 o'clock.BAPTIST ken place a couple of dux 4.
rond construction and the enhancement -
: i the new produce. Earnest and industrious I noticing it, Mrs. Rivers drove the car I I Mr. Holland, of Ocala, arrived here was! held( in the Baptist chur.,
: follow
I In value that must I
Alvarez manual laborers, such as we had 23; into it. The cable caught the top of Saturday to open school at Long CHURCH BULLETINOn day morning1. The edifice wu In.;
the completion of the roml Mr. -
lj yearn ago, are almost an unknown the car, tearing it oft and sti.k"g: Bridge Monday.Purtis filled with hearers, whose "mine .
: will deride to donate his ,
yet quantity. Everyorro wants to ride in Mrs. Rivers. Mrs. Rivers' nose was Lewis, of Ziff, was visiting I Sunday the regular services of attuned for solemnity by th<. '.i- "

t part of the right of way. I the curt and no ono wants to pull. broken, one eye injured and face cut friends here Sunday. I I the church will be held. Bible school' tions, placed by Mrs. Bullen. *i itor's
; ,I definite The trustee by hnve which decided( they on will a very be Our percentage of producers is steadily badly, rendering her unconscious fora Among those who attended the party I at 9:4.: ; a. m., J. T. Quigley, super- wife. There were a larx

;, policy ; decreasing and the percentage of few moments, but after the car had at the home of G. W. Andrews un I intendent. trait of the .dead chief, flags! III': '

ill. governed in the future in the rrtattor ,middlemen) is steadily increasing." run about 100 yards, she was able to Saturday night were Misses Jewel ,I Divine worship! at 11 ::00 a. m. and( ers. It is difficult to keep i I'

4 I (It right; of, way. Hereafter! they will Here is the result of careful investigation stop It.She Wiggins, Aphie, Ina, Minnie and Rose at 8 ::00 p. m. The pastor has begun erdoing things on such an ,

I I r road not finally and begin adopt work the:>n location it until of the a that is, or ought to be, a was taken to tho office of (Dr. Hodges, Thelma and Estelle Parker, I his vacation, but the pulpit will be but Mrs. Bullen has a sen&i"

/ right of from one end to the other warning to bo heeded generally, for J. M. Mann, who, assisted by Dr. J. Mana Andrews. occupied each Sunday by visiting fitness of thin _such as few ,I'

I f way deed. Thin at Mr. Babson says in the paragraph: E/'Muines, dressed the wounds. The Messrs.\ Floyd Crystal, Lawrenceand ministers, whose messages will be | and the decorations, while ,
has !been secured by mma
will leave the board entirely free to I I I following that above quoted: "Such children in the car were not injured. Norman Wiggins, Purvis Lewis, heard with pleasure and profit by alII made each unit express a im s> ,

i, locution between I'conditions! cannot continue forever." Her many friends will be glad to Grafton and Clarence Adkins, Joe who attend. It is hoped the members t I a remembrance.Dr. .
select and adopt new -
a Then he adds: learn Moody, Henry Turner attended the will continue their support of the services -[ Bullen's
where such a that at this writing she is very remarks on h
J given points
J'f' InconvenIence "A dog may live on his tail for a much improved.T. party Saturday night. so generously given thus far exalted leader presented man ,
change would not seriously :
I 1 while, but it cannot continue this process during the summer. that seldom .
enter the mind of
In D. Proctor editor of Union coun-
; the public generally. caseM ,
for The senior and Junior B. Y. P. U.
indefinitely. People a
4 ; a 1 where tue public would be seriously may ty Times, spent a few days in Jacksonville HAMPTON erage citizen, and they wen :''i,
will hold their
ill while get a living doing one another'swashing meetings eveningat
to with great interest. Thu-,
; i inconvenienced' by a change of locution this week, visiting relatives. '
but after the clothes are 7:00.: To these meetings the young
10. Mrs.\ had the of
Hampton, Aug. privilege being
Margaret '
f condemnation will pr< <
: c Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stewart, of
will be people are cordially welcome.
worn out there no washing to Martin of Plant City the of this service brought home
is guest wiU
) 4 I be started at once to acquire the right; Nokomis, were visiting relatives and
of I I do. A certain number of people can her son, G. W. Martin\ this week. new thoughts, which made thci
; way. friends in Union county last week. I
t y Under this policy the matter of ) exl i"t as middlemen. Middlemen area B. Haynes and wife, of Winter Haven TilE REVIVALThe ter men and, women and bettei \
They were accompanied by their chil-
road work will be sort of "first necessity and serve a valuable eco are guests of his parents, Mr. leans.
: a
dren, Curtis and Cecil Bennett, and
I nomic function, but America's( great and Mrs. O. Mr. is I We need in town '
G* I tome, first lIene proposition, and Miss Edna Stewart. Mr. Stewart is'' Haynes. Haynes daily revival meetings at the our mor>

; citizens who feel un interest in having need is producers, especially men and owner of a mill in Sarasota county. assistant postmaster at Winter Ha Christian church' are well attended. "taking occasion by the hand
; women filled with the desire to pro- ven. Both have friends here 1 Their Dr. Bullen is to be
many inauguration Sunday eveningwas t
; the road by their property included I> The party left homo in their car two I j
in the first work to be done produce' and with the joy of produc weeks ago and have been visiting relatives who are glad to see them. I auspicious, the church being 1111-1 feting the people a chance to harc/' t
tion. America's !great need Is a revival Miss\ Bessie Martin\ of Plant ed to the consideration of
City matter
may find l it to their interest to volunteer and friends in several counties. capacity by an appreciative i ir
of the joy of work. America'sgreat who has been school i in dience. )f nafonal! interest and
attending : '
deed, to the right of i unit"'
j < way. They left on the return trip Sunday. "
need is revival of the desireto
Madison: Is few
children spending a days with These meetings will be enjoyed by
Pascal Fouts and of Lake- j
t serve. America's great need is a
I OTIZKNS( MfCII( INTERESTED INROAD land, were visiting relatives and her brother, General Martin.W. I all who attend. There are no attempts | HIS 73d MILESTONE
.. revival of the habit of saving.
11. Griffin Webster has
PROJECTS friends in Starke and Lake Butler gone at grand stand play, over-awing orj
is no call for comment on
last week. They were accompanied in as partner in the mercantile busi. accusing, only plain and self..evidentinteFpretation N. G. Hayes, a well knov

: I (Continued From Page 1)) what, because Mr. Bubson it is so says plainly, us stated hero quoted and by Mrs. M.\ J. Fouts, mother of Mr.\ I ness his with! family A. A.here.Durden. He has moved of the Bible and can. I of Brooker, celebrated his7'tn: :

Kchoolhouse to connect with the state Fouts. did and friendly advice.! day Sunday. All his child*
i of corroboration. But there is
HO easy Rev. Burke
of Waldo
1 lOUd just north of Lawtey. This road cull for serious attention to what he Hollis V. Knight, pf Starke, waa I the Methodist[ church ,lust preached at I' Rev. Win. Daugherty, who aSllilltslhilS ]! grandchildren: were present, '

4 I lead Into a thickly settled l4edlnn.I says, and for application of the necessary the guest of J. E. 'Plained! Jr., last I and Sunday father, Pastor W. E. Daugherty, i i iis the occasion a family reunion \
I I morning evening. a minister of modern training eloquent those present were, '\'. II. Iii
While it 1ms, been a public road! for week. : -
remedy which he in hU
I says Miss\ :
Margaret Smith of Plant
Dinny years it linn been very badlyneglected Mr. and Mrs.\ Jim Wilkinson, of St. and convincing, of a pleasing' family and :Mrs. Geo. Keene .inn
concluding paragraph, is "industry, 1
City, is the guest of GeneralIartln's:
i personality. Besides he is excellent bund, of Gainesville E. W. ilnv
and W. Hnnier stated I it service and I thrift." Will the "younger Petersburg, were guests of Dr. and this nn ,
I family week.
r tin n fnct that during the past season veneration" be' wise and see their Mrs. J. :'1. Mann recently. | j singer, and such an energetic i i ij family of Starke, P. O. Ha
J. W. Nimmo
\ I n number of his neighbors; were un- folly ere it Is too lute, and take the Mrs. W. T. Guy: of Clearwater, was I of friends, of Clearwater, is theguest i j! and skilled leader that he not only ,I :family of Dowlintf Park, M -
and relatives ]
tt .c able to move their crops to market indicated toward ? the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. 3!. Pud- hero!: I i gets the best efforts out of the well | and family Of Moore IInvinHayes
course safety
this week.
(,n account of the impassable condition i. I Tln1(> -lJnln. gett last week I I chosen choir, but makes everybody and family of Man\ '.
R. F. Saxon !
of tho rond. The board promised i Howard Mann is the guest of Wilbur -) of South Florida is' sing, and such hearty singing has'': G. lra)'eJr.., of Brook.>

.... { visiting/ friend and relatives here! never before been heard in that friends) of the '.
Mr. Hayes
'. Hosier early attention to the HKOOKF.R: Townsend at Orange Springs this this week. j ven- family)
.j Mr.' G. W. Spires, chairman of the Brooker 10. Arthur of Mr. und Mrs. W. M. Johnson and l I Miss! Bernice Hughes, of Panama l.. That these meetings will do much spread under the venerable <
Aug. Seay has
City I'
board of courtly commissioiem of Un- Wuldu, was transacting business here daughter' Willie Mae, and Connie .; assistant:, in accepted the school a position here.E. as first I;; good is a foregone conclusion.Of the )yard, and the occasion w

ion county, met with the trustees to hint Padgett returned to Salt Sprint ; Wednesday.
t' I arrange details, in connection, with Simpson, of Tampa, passed through I Friday after a few days at their homo\ Hall., F.is transacting Andrews, in business charge of in Jacksonville Hope.. (Ky.) Daily Leader had the following siding widely apart again nv '

the repairs to New River long bridge Simpson, cJf Tampa, passer through here. this week.J. to say in a recent issue: honoree was warmly congrai

'1' How being made by Contractor J. Ii.t hero Wednesday enroute to W ,nnee. I Misses Estelle Rosenberg, Blanche\ W. Nimmo and sister Miss\ \ William D. Daugherty!! the great I In spite of his age he is still I h, ,

\ Crews It wus agreed to go ahead Mrs. Colon Knight\: of LaCrosse, Roberts, Christine Townsend, Carrie Mars evangelistic singer, will be here to hearty and, apparently, will '.
were (guests of their sister, Mrs\ W,,
< ; with th<' temporary repairs now In spent u few lays of last week at tho Belle Brown and Alberta Bielling returned -' shower upon us the sunshine of a enjoy many more: mml'ur' > "'
I P. flirt, of Louise last
.1" course) hut that the bridge must soon home of her father, A. B. Surrency, l homo! from Madison Saturday I' A. Wynn and, Wednesday.L. have Christian love. Mr. Daugherty will and see around him his children, c-i'

: I be given n thorough IIv 'rhaulintt.In near here.Charlie where they have been attending sum family moved bring with him the glory of Florida, j are all useful and esteemed
p here that their children
.' addition to th' work now under Cone, of Alachua, was in mer school for the past two months. 'I| tend school. may at. which l l.i Ins! native state. lie is a ,

It WilY on tho Brooker rond' ,!, tho ,\damse town last week. Mrs J. M. Mann is visiting friends" The Ladies! Aid society of the ., I man, full of energy and music, certainly -( NOTICE OF TEACHERS' E\\ \1'I'
j Baptist
Evans Company have started Worthington this week. you cannot afford to miss his
u Iva Colson of the Pine Hill section NATION:
| church met at the home of Mrs. I
; 'I stumping, and grubbing force on the was hero Thursday I I Mr. and :Mrs. Tommio Hewitt and i, C. E. Harper last The j "delightful musical programs in each

g Sanderson road between Starke and) Grace Green, of Pine Hill, spent j|I children, accompanied by Miss\ Es ,| was unusually Tuesday.good.J. attendance service, as he is the most pleasing :i There will be a teachers' ",,,!

Hellbronn Springs. With the CCHHII- last week here with her sister, Mrs. telle Rosenberg, motored to Jacksonville Allen and family of | singer tuat has ever stood before an tion in Starke at the high

'.I I 1 tion of the ruins tho road work is beginning E. J. Lewis.C. Sunday. their sons, C. B. and are V. guests Allen of: audience in the evangelistic .vork His I building/ ,, beginning nt 9 a. m. T

to inovo nif at a lively\ pace 3!. Andreu, of Bradford, was in Herbert and Monroe Doyle, of San. Bushnell. work has always been a great success day, August 16th. All apnj'

t I and the full Mil I winter months will town Wedno sdny afternoon.Inez ford spent the week-end with their I, Kc\ival: services will begin at the everywhere that he bin !gone. However -I must come supplied with III-II,

t see! a lurge i.ui'ibar I! of the projects A lie r na thy spent Friday in parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Doyle. II' Baptist church next this will be his list ip to this paper, pen and ink.

i I completed.AOUNG Alachua shopping. I J. S. Howard and son, Marcus, tf I 13, at 8 m. They will Monday be conductedby August part of our state, but we are sure it I 11. B. WIGGI'

5 Dukes, were business visitors to town p. will not be his last, when the peopleof It.
i Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Turner, of Clay- Evangelist P. C. Taylor of Se- County Supermti'i"Dally '
I'EOI'LKOllK.:: \ AND no, passed through here Friday en- Saturday afternoon.Joe bring. His brother will have, Fulton hear und see him11'! : I

WENDINU( route to Alachna. Jones, Jr., of Jacksonville, wasa chargeof DauHherty will have charge all
the music anti tho Rev. A.
--- week-end guest of homcfolks. pastor, music, directing the meetings and
-I- : Mrs. A. B. Surrency, who has beenon S. Jones, will assist. People of tho
Roger W. Uabson eminent statistician a two weeks' visit with relatives in J. W. Townsend, of Orange Springs his programs will be delightful, instructive A Thought.
surrounding invited single grateful! thought turnedhenrenwerI
country are to
J nnd observer, friend of Florida South Florida, has returned to her spent a few days of last week in Lake attend."x and filled with the love of i-. lIe moat p"rsct pt ,]I'lussln *

: j and, n purl-time resident of the stutc home. Butler attending to business. Jesus Christ. In each service; he will ; !:,
A. B. Surrency of Brooker
\, in diacUHsing: "Aniericu's Greatest Eugene! Bryan, of New River, was Mrs. Castles and daughter, :Mary was visiting here Saturday., have special music. As a soloist he

: Need" In the Thlll. .Unlon last Saturday hero Friday. Christine of Palatka, are visiting relatives / is unsurpassed. 'NOTICE OF ELECTION

says that which all and here this week: The Masonic Hall on Main streetis Pastor W. E. Daugherty has the I. C. L. Peck mayor or Stark
young Messrs.\! S. A. Pinholster and W. IL xlrtuu of tile
undergoing, aii_ JI. B; Weest I uulhurlty' vratud In m.
old, should rend and "inwardly di Thrush, of Jacksonville, were guests Kurio Brown, of Miller, was a visitor ; '. following to soy about "soul insurance lo horehy cull an election to bo hold ;
I contractor.D. town hull In tha "
afuronid town by
gest." He knows what he Is talking of friends! here during the weekend.Mr. here Saturday afternoon. W. Moore of Thpressa :" Itktl \ni, theruln. on

about.. lie looks facts squarely' in and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and, Miss Christine Townsend left Sun. business visitor,hero this week.A. was. a "Starke has scores of men who have lor the TUESIJVY.puree of SEPTEMBER vlcolhw thu follow 11. 1 11''!-

f the face lie is not unlike the heroic son, Paul, were visiting relatives at day for Orange Springs, whero she Sullivan, who has been the guestof not been reached with the gospel. com One:. :Mayor.

physician who realizes:!: that severe ills Graham Sunday. will spend the remainder of the sum They are not church men-not Chris. One CMnrk. Trvtuurer and Tax Coliu -
mother \
Mrs. Josephine Sulli. ,
; ,
0) Mnrwhnl.
<*> ; require drastic treatment. Hence it E. J. Lewis and family spent Sunday mer.Mr. .111, has returned to his home tians but doubtless would be if some Two Aldermen.
is, that with all his admission of opmsm \ with relatives at Pine Hall. \ and Mrs.[ F. L. Wise and Miss at one went after them. Few men carrying On. .\..... ..
\ .
with referent to the business Mr.' and Mrs. E. W. Hayes, of Dora Johnson, of Raiford, were In Mrs. S. R. Johns of life insurance policies today, .Inspectors.C.! Starling, of ami imld T.election N.: Kvndrlok.: Tdwaro. *B'I '

situation of this country, he places his town Sunday evening. Starke, was :a would be insured if not some agent In testimony whereof. I hereunto uhsumy
Sturke here
_ passed through Sunday visitor here this week.W. name and cause the Hen I of tha sniil.
finger, to to speak, on a glaringly' enroute to Bradford. Mrs. F. O. Rnwl Worthington, earnestly, kindly and finally succeeded to be hereunto affixed this 7th day of Am,
R. Jackson left :Monday for Macon \ ll'.:l. C. PEEK
t "soi'e >lt" on the body was the visitors here Saturday in selling them insurance. 1"
t r S1 politic, more Messrs. R. T. Osteen and P. 11. among where he will visit friend 'S.'aI.; Mayor of StarkrlJ.iOOt.9.7

r I .. particularly nn affliction that has Barefoot and families spent Sunday relatives. and "Soul insurance is better than life I ___ -

I fallen on the "younger generation," with relatives at Graham. J. L. Brown, of Miller\ passed thru Insurance. But men will not insure :NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

: ; the young men and, the young/ women Rev. Dukes, of Dukes, was in town here Friday morning enroute to Jack Sidney here Tuesday.Baker, was business visitor their souls unless they: are earnestly t\DEII:! GENERAL SECTION STATUTES S71 OF THE

; of the United States. Saturday. sonville. I and lovingly entreated to do so. Hereby notiue is gwen sane T. J. "..dorm.'

Mr[ Hubson studies not only purely Vance Russ was in Worthington on Miss Lota Bielling returned l home FIVE :MILE "Scores of men in Starke today, purchaser of 209.tax 2HU* sale SOU eortiflcaUs 3J$ and S4U.numberccrwiwttlvrly ,'. -.<

*. business conditions and requirements Saturday. Sunday from a visit in North Carolina. out of touch with the church can and ,by iiid the.""ll\c.tax\ collector,.. being* of dated liraUford July. county.4. 11U1 "'I.I>*

_ but he delves into tho "spiritual for Mrs. C. J. Crews the sick will come into the church when the Hied said certificates In my ollica and ti"
was on
Five :Mile\ Aug. 10. D. J. O. Green 'made licatlon isu< '
a for tax deeds to
ccs underlying business" and exposes list last week. :Mrs. Seth Roberts and little daughter men of the church become eager to accordance. with law.

1 to view that which in this instance, Mr. and :Mrs. J. I... Gillyard and Vivirette, returned to their home' und family here Sunday., of Brooker, visited relatives leach them, and go after them with following Said certificates landa In renprottvely Bradford. county.embraces Florid.fl

; is generally known and recognized sons, Raleigh and Robert, are visiting in Avon Park Sunday. Mrs. J. II. Whitehouse and Miss earnest hearts backed by consistentlives. certificates bummed. at In the the date namoa of the respectively Issuance of, twr-ucr.

_________________ but that Is not HO generally admitted I relatives at Stuart this week. Miss Virgio Thomas is visiting relatives Mae Duke, of :Florence, S. C. waiter particularly. net forth towitCertificate .
_ us a menace to prosperity In general! !Messrs. H. I' Gainey, A. B. Surrency and friends in Jacksonville \isiling! their Mr. and \are "All men out of the church are not Quarter of Northwest No. 20!> Quarter embraeva.of SimthQuarter. Houtlu-. -'
parents Mrs
and to the welfare of the individual, I, E. II. Andreu, G. B. Colson, C.H. this week. B. L. Duke. antagonistic to the church. The day .,..Sec....d JR.J. B.Tp.Abraham.6 S. It. 22 Eust Ira..a.

t: Mr. Babson asserts that "the attitude demons and L. I n. Gainey were Inman Harrison, of Worthington, Miss( has come when the biggest, brainiest, Certificate No. UD9 embraces 4 A tTJM'nlnn
Pearl ,
1 t of the younger generation is distinctly transacting business at the county visited, friends here Sunday morning.Mr. from her vacation Roberts in has returned most influential, outstanding men of Southeast. at SW Quarter Cor ami of North run N went(10 Quarter ft. 1 >''

-: harmful to the present situation,'" seat MondayMr. and Mrs. George Tomlinson and, trip Tampa. the nation are Christian men. N'9 ft. S 4M It.. to land line thence W U3 !:

I and sums up his reasons for guying and Mrs. A. A. Hazen spent 'children, of Sanford, are visiting relatives :Miss Miss: Johnnie Rimes and friend, : man should. be ashamed to be knownas to bea.i Sec.R.: O. 3r'n; ;::; .6, S. R. 22 E., 4 acrafasseued

I I so, as follow: Monday at Starke. this week. Durrunce, of Lake Wales, wereguests a Christian. To be u Christian is Certificate No. tog embraces all ex Noun' :
of east Cjuartrr of Northeast Quarter. Set-
Miss Norma
Dekle Thurs-
- ; "I have offIces in twe )'t-slx large Mr. Dukes and children, of Five day. no sign -weakness, but is the announcement 1 'I'|.. 1. a R. 2J ESOO acres asasesed Cl.Southern .

/. cities and correspondents in two hundred Mile, spent the week-end here. NEW RIVER of strength." I Orthlcau.Catlle No. Feeding 3i\ embraces Co. West Hall
f other cities. In Marcus Dckle. of Lake Butler, and Bible school 10 !Southwest Quarter, Sec. 28. Tp. 7. S. R ->
every locality I G. W. Andreu of New River at a. m. I .,
_ was Dewey Duke of Union I f. HI acres. assesned Unknown.
; : find that the avergae man today is transacting business here Monday.J. New River, Aug. 10.-:Miss Irma City, spent Preaching at 11 a. m., subject, Certificate No.a:4f: embraces West Hall .1
#r here. Boutheast
Andrews Sunday I Northeast Quarter
has returned home
W. L. Pinholster, of Pine Hill, attending "God's Power to Save. Northwest QusrUr and East Halt of Souf
MM A TONIC school Madison.: Mrs. J. M.\ Dukes visited relatives east Quartet of Southwest Qpart of Nortvest
8 "Christ in All.
p. m., I
attended .
the Masonic
; lodge here list Lake Quarter. 8... 11. Tp. S. 8. R. 22 E.
______________' flroy,' Tasteless chili: Tonic restores Saturday. Mr.\ Turner and C. G. Wiggins, W.M. in Butler Sunday. Monday\ 8 p. m., "The Four Big- acres assessed i. O. Hlllbra.dt.i .
_ p. : and [. II. :Misses Mae Duke and Norma De i Unlras said, certificate shall be ,1.l..nwaccorIin "
Vitality and T. Parnell
by Hodges motored
Purifying and Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown, of gest Fools in Starke, by the singing to law tax deed will Issue there"
) Enriching the Blood. When you feel its : to Long Branch Sunday. Ide attended the Saturday evening on the' 10th day of September.' A. D.dt"-
the : I,1o
Watermill section, were guests of Witness my official. signature and *'
services at Sardis church. Butler
4. atrengthetIng.1nvigorating!& cffcctsee how friends here Lawrence Wiggins made a business Friday. I the 8&h day of AUKtist A. D. 1928

% It brings color to the cheeks and how Dyal of Wednesday.L. trip to Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. Mrs.\ S. S. Proctor, of Lake Butler, B. L. Duke left Monday for MIdway Cterk Circuit Court O. Bradford W. AL BRM\N.County. 'Fl"
it improves the Jacksonville was in and Mrs. P. P. Dekle attended services to do carpentes work forIr.::\ SEAL
-it appetite, you will thenaPl'reclatelts town last week. II. B. Kerce, of Union City, H-IQ-ltUU.T By C. A. ENIGWr.Curt_

., truo tonic value. Little Marcus is visiting relatives her this week. at Snrdii Sunday'and were dinner Shaw. _

l Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is dimply Hazen has been ill Miss Neta- Turner was the guest guests of Mr. and Mrs. A, I. Dubose. Dr. J. M. Mann, of Lake Butler, NOTICE TO BIDDERS .
for the few board of bond trustees of h town
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So past day Mrs.\ B. J. Thomas is visiting her was a professional visitor here Sunday ilJk. Florida: win'receive blila : the l ;tI
pleasant children like Mrs. Hobbs la having a new fence put around her home which will add Tommie Thotnaa been called day of September.. 10S3 for eontraal for a
even It. The blood son, : at l-'t. Call, this having to attend L. year's supply of fuel oil for the. two 100 =
I needs QUININE to Purify It andiRON to The Quinine Tilt Outs Not much to her place.J. week. G. Johnson. Internal combustion ena-tnea, .to beat I..*'*' ;
Affect; f irj I: l1uJ the light and water plant. BId_ to furnish
Enrich It." Destroys Malarial germs anr Because of Ira Ionic i and la. ttv.. elT.vt. LA.(V I. Dubose, of Starke, is here relieving Mrs. P. P. Dekle and daughter! Miss Mrs. Etha Williams ami daughter, all necessary Information reiardin the

::4 G/ip germs Effect.: by GOt Its Strengthening/ Invigorating lIVE by aurune lIROl\l() Ol'l.MNE' ; :;,: (T.b.1 avotiiw: nn,u-rt be> liken tnA section foreman P. M. Bare- Norma, were guests of her parent, have joined her husband at Jacksonville oil ". .h.h bIll .to _de.J. T. QUJOLEY.C .
: f."ra"v
t : u the < : t1 auuitiu*04 t ix. &*> foot this week. Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor, In Lake where he has secured a position. A FUTCH. CnalnoClerk. **-

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