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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Established 1879T __ Subscription-1'er Year, $2.00;; Six Months, $1.00':"'Payable in .tdr nnce. E. S. Matthews: Editor and Proprietor.Nt.MHEIt .
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Memorial Services I AN EXPLANATIONMIHS : ,. I
For The
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I Selecting Presidential Candidate Big \'( \
I Florence ;Matthews, has been II\i\
Late President Harding misrepresented as not being iiualittadi \ t ,.
\ i teach in the Starke high\ school. Asa & *))1?

i Problem Confronting Republican Party mat lor of fact .she holds u special .,
\ the same time that the body tate of WATER STRUCK AT :NEWEL1: '. it'ttitlciitu which qualifies her to : g'r'

national leader, Preside !teach anvnhoro in the state, for fivoIUITCSMVII j 'ti

>\ Iran. G. Harding, was being laid t tt to Supily Appears Permanent and the. President i yearn the subjects namoil -I'
,- <'n Marion, Ohio, three was an Quality Good at :Jot) Perti Probable and Sure Republican Candidates for I "11 her certilk-ate. shu. having, mad J

'iropriate memorial service held I In I I an average\ of Of* on these subjects t.Ji .
honor at the Methodist church crke i After boring about 300 feet for the' I Miss. !Matthews\ has declined the 1'0'I-

I i new ten-inch well for the town, a copIOUS r'rTd. ( k I +it ion offered i her in the SUrko high .4

\1<- "of the ministers and congregcif supply was struck Tuesday af-I school fur this term owing to her }
the town and the public i In ternoon, the water ascending at I wish to resume her studies at the '
'ral were invited to attend this : to within fifteen feet from the suri Florida ante:; College fur,, Women. e a

.r ,oe, and the business houses clo1mring i i face, then falling to about twent; I 3 I It.( B. WIGCilNS. xt
the hour set apart for hor I feet and remaining at that level. The' I J* l 1

'mt the dead. The decorating com- I water came through a stratum of CARD 04"111.VNKSIt (

ttee, composed of Mrs. II. M. Sn>- coarse white sand, had but a very I i k_ ,
Misses Ethel Raulerson and Lois I! faint sulphur odor, but this vanishes .,,. .: Is' our desire to express through t

irnki decorated the church with I entirely upon exposure to the air. : J the press our sincere thanks to those t'' '

ited' States flags, vases and baa- ''I Mr. Quigley, chairman of the bond that were so untiring in their cfforU
,)f cut flowers. The music wader trustees! decided to find if the supply Who will succeed larding al party leader U a question being anked. to assist i us during the illness and after '
the direction of Mrs. E. K. Put i of water struck could be relied upor 1) "1v According to opinions or various party leader tile 'following see (he death of our father, Mr. .1.
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I listed as candidate. for nUt IfilN Uepubllcan nomination President Stephen Brown which occurred at his
as permanent. Wednesday morning ,
Miss Amelia had .
and Ray ,
i man Coolidge I sure to run : 2-lllram Johnson mir ; a-Chsrles E. IluKlio
u pipe was run down from the air lift Ya ( editor and "dirt" home, August Oth, 1923.
'urge of the program arrangement I v, ,,, probable ; 4-Will nays prohalile; <--Dr. Albert Shaw .
Rev L. B. Simpson, pastor of the pump down into the well to a goof I A r farmer ponnlble convention compromise; fl-1d}(>II1I1't1 Wood probable: THE': BROWN FAMILY.: ; ,
Methodist church, presided over the I depth and the water blown out. This fs % 7-Kolit-rt l.aFolk-lift, probable l ; and M._Herbert Hoover\ probable' .. s

urvice! which was opened by choi procedure was kept up all day and I "- ....... ,., J ... tiny night the clerk was Instructed to v

'nginp! "America, the Beautiful." I the water did not get any lower. Or WITH LEADER OF PARTY GONE cians. J.,1111..01wa.. blocked at Chic H'{])' issue script against tho water and -
Rev. T. J. Hedges, pastor of the I Thursday morning! it still stood twenty MANY: : SENATORS BECOME: three years ago in the famous three- light fund in payment of the bill.
feet from the surface.It Coolidge'H/ New Prestige I tho this
There time
church read scrip were present at
Presbyterian as a I AMBITIOUS: way deadlock between his forces,,,
ire lesson the first and twenty-thin is confidently believed that the Heading. tho "sure to run" candidates those of Governor Frank O. Lowdenanil action was taken, Aldermen T. J. ,

Psalm, after which Rev. L. W. Kick supply permanent, and. if the water JOHNSON:' : TO BE A CANDIDATE is President Coolidge who's newprestige General Leonard, Wood.. Of these! Griffin, O. J. Grilllii and J. C. Robin I v

iter, of that Baptist church, prayed. is good there will be no need to !! disconcerts tho plans of the t three Johnson Is regarded as n "sure" son. i'

Rev. William Daugherty impreiively go any deeper. Thursday Mr. Quigley Washington, Aug. 15.-With the Republican chiefs. They had never candidate. and. the former IllmoU. executive Starke ha.* nut limn accustomed to
sang, "Think on Thy Way;'" sent a sample of the water to the next national convention, less than a considered the possibility of the laconic potential one. paying largo attorney foe In connection '

and was followed by Col. C. L. Peek, state board of health to be analyzed.The year off one of the big problems confronting and reserved vice president run- It is probable that Senator I mayor, making an excellent opening : water tastes like spring water the Republican party in selecting ning for the party nomination. Now lette of Wisconsin, will enter the ring of this bill seem to have stirred r.
address.,) "Forever With the Lord' I and appears to be even softer than a presidential candidate is determining Mr. Coolidge is in a position to wield! with the radical forces ('om'rntratinjfIIruund u"|> u Rood" deal I of resentment among n,,
Misses Hildi : that from the old well. influence In councils. citizens who think the charge was 'I, r
was sung as a duet by the type of man to be nom- great party him.
rruth; and Florence Matthews, their inated. However, during the year and a excessive, and that In any event it ,
rare voices blending harmoniously.Rev. i :MRS. WALL RETURNS HOME: With the internal struggle now evident half President Coolidge has to serve haw Compromise' (PimNibllity was not regular to pay I ho bill from 1

W. E. Daugherty, pastor of; each of the various divergent he will become the arbiter of his own Among tho farmers and 1 publishers ) the water and light fund, which they i ,t; ,

th, Christian church, made a 1I'00d Mrs A. E. Wall has returned home groups-Progressives, Conservatives,, fate. He has inherited the herding ninny leaders see In Dr. Albert claim U assessed specifically\ for the I j ,

address, reading several extracts after a successful term of teaching Old Guard, Radicals and other ele- administration, has pledged himselfto Shaw, note editor and publisher if operating expenses of the water and r ft; '

from President Harding's speech de music in the summer school of the 'tnents-are anxious to influence the carry out its policies and there are "Reviews ow Rcvii-WH" and successful light plant. Acting on this view of 't ,,

livered in Denver. These extracts University of :Florida. While there selection of a candidate for presidentand many progressives!! who sympathizewith "dirt" farmer, a strong !possible. 1 tie matter a number of citizens culled / '
acre relative to the enforcement oi she taught over ninety pupils in public the determination of the platform his difficulties, especially the convention compromise nominee for TrBusurer\ C. A. Futch to pro- .' .

the 18th amendment, and showed the school music, organized!! an orchestra -, of principles and policies. more conservative of the ,group.: They prenitlent. tent against the payment" of the 'J.! +t\' t :
president thoroughly in sympathy : and directed a glee club besides The majority of leaders felt confident would like to see his. administrationa National political leaders at thin script issued to Mr. Jolnm. Some of !1 i ? ++4

with national prohibition. Following' I !giving private voice and piano les that President Harding would success. time are coating covetous eyes on tlll'.ptI'' \ I'ns threatened, to. bring Huitagainst '.\ 4 if, ;( 4
"Lead sons. Pennsylvania's 70 votes for the next. (he truasurur'g bond if ho '
this address the choir sang I be nominated at the 1921 Republican Favor Progressive Candidate 1
I. dry Light," and Rev. Kickliter addressed I The summer school edition of the convention.As convention. and urn wondering where ) a'i It! the 1)1 'm'nt. After consulting :f '
the audience, speaking in the Florida Alligator has the following 'I president he held in check many While it is early to forecast, however i they will g o. It is. recalled that this legal counsel, he declined, payment of s

Richest' terms of this great and good : to say of Mrs. Wall: of these divergent elements of the considerable portion of the par- ', vote carried herding over the line in the script, and, there the matter tl
nan I Mrs.! Wabel Wall was born in Terre party and, influenced the progressives ty's leading men scent to favor givingthe \ Chicago in 1920. hang It in understood, that Mr. 'g

Tohn Powell sang! the inspiring solo Haute, Indiana. Her father, IT. M. and conservatives alike to such an extent honor to some prominent Republican Governor; Pinchot of Pennsylvania, Johns was in Palatku Thursday to Institute i

!Pace to Face" with fine expression,. I Rice, was at one time a prominent ; that they stayed in line on major who appears to bo reasonably is well known and is ruled a Progressive. proceedings In-fore Judge I's

Ro Wm. Daugherty composed a lye I. merchant in that city. matters of party policy. progressive, but not radical. Others This is regarded, n good appeal Long to require; the treasurer" to pay
rentitled, "The Nation's Grief i Mrs.: Wall attended the public Now that this actual and titular think that if Coolidge Is turned down to the Westerners! not yet of n the script.In '

,vh ih he gang to the music of "Amer- i schools followed by training: in a Baptist leader is gone, a political turmoil of the party organlzatlqrt may turn to variety which would. alienate tom connection with the present imbroglio .

R" Mr. Daugherty possesses a : College at Franklin, Indiana, almost unprecedented proportions has Huirho or Hoover. cast.Plenty. it will\ doubtlesH bu. Interestingto

mderful voice, and a very apprecla- I where she pursued a musical course. been precipitated in the Republican :Secretary' of State Hughes in theealinet of Favorite Sons f render of the 1 Telegraph, to know' t 'mot' "tG
1 i I' audience listened to both his so- I After returning to her home, she stu- party. was defeated by the history wlmt Attorney fees have heretoforeteen
instructor in l hairbreadth muiitin in 1M! >1. i A number of Republicans are expected 1
'''IP died with a prominent I Almost overnight the 1921 nomination making ) paid! In connection with bond 1 1'U 1-,
Mr. Simpson next introduced G. :M. piano, Prof. S. Anderson. She also I situation changed from that ofa Hoover has been a loyal supporterof I to bo brought forward, UK favorite ('" lii Starke. For drawing the resolutions r
took in public school music late I'rcMidont\ Harding and ban sons. The senate IH full of potential l "
a course nomi- with the
tnman who paid a short but A'lowinA'tribute placid affair as planned to In connection $10,- ufr ,
to the fine qualities of under Miss Lela Parr, musical direc- nate \Mr. Harding, to a wide open made I this department of commerce n l'lIn.Jitllltps-Senlltor James H.Wutson /000 school iitHiju and, securing, the val. $
many
Warren G. 'Harding, twenty-ninth tor of the State Normal School of free-for-all with no less than a dozen business organization.It I of Indiana, Senator norah.I .elation. of the liond-i J. E. Futch win 1M
president of our country. As a close Indiana. candidates in the field. A battle in Is regarded as certain that !Senator of Idaho, S'nntorVadHworth of New paid, $.100. I For .services in connectionwith "
After teaching!! piano for a short will Hiram Johnson, former running I :;: a'
'n'j hymn ho chnir anti congregationjoined which every element of the party vaniu. the leave of $12,000() for paving
in singing "Nearer, My God to time in Terre Haute, she moved with take part. That the next conventionwill mate for Theodore Roosevelt on the and sewerage D. E.: Knight was paid I ,
Thee," after which the benedictionwas her parents to their new home in be a hotly contested one is the Progressive ticket, will become nn I to senatorial ambitions in this 1921: $!'>(n. For validating the $:ri;!0noO() la- p,
: Here she taught mu- active candidate.THREE Republican nomination wrangle. $
pronounced by Rev. L. B. Simp Sprintfield10. opinion on every side among politl- nun of road district bond A. Z. AdkiiiH -
sic for over twelve years, during .
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voice in
which time she studied later superseded by 1 the county issue ,
State Normal School at Springfield, TIIE CITY BEAUTIFULTo MEMBERS OF TOWN oJ| a For validating the No. 2 road! district s
FORD GARAGE REMODELED: Later she en-
and at Drury Collgee. and!
Adkin
1"",,,, of $150,111)0( ) A. Z. t tt .
tered the Chicago Musical College, the Citizens of Starke: This issue -
E.: M. John were paid $100.
The spacious room adjoining: the receiving her certificate in public To encourage the beautification of COUNCIL TENDER RESIGNATION of bond were never sold, and the ( '

original Ford Garage on the south, school music there. our town I have secured a dozen cop territory comprised I In tho district: I I..* '

and which has been leased by J. W. She was supervisor of music in the ies of catalog of Royal Palm Nur now Union ('011 n t.y. For validating: the +I r

Andrews, Jr., for an addition to the Springfield public schools until 1908, series of Oneco, Fla. In this catalogare \ CULMINATION: OF DIFFERENCES: I "r.1.r>(JJOO,( ) county road issue, now being
garage! has now been appropriately when she was married to Mr. William described all varieties of beautiful BETWEEN ALDERMEN:\ ANII for which,: they were voted. used for the improvement) of the s

furnished. The furnishings consistof Duncan. After the death of her husband palms, semitropical trees, plant1and BOND\ TRUSTEES-PAYMENT I Out of thin situation has grown the ',i-N, I). P '-,,' -ht made no chargo. v
a large number of steel cabinets she came to Florida to make shrubs suited to our soil and climate friction that culminated In the resignations 4 r
OF ATTORNEY FEE: ADDSESI the matter of his fee .
containing drawers and pigeon holes, her home. Later she was married to ; prices on name, and direction I of Monday night. A churtci In discussing rI! '
systematically arranged and labeled, Mr. A. E. Wall, of Starke.' I for planting and care, and genera! TO IMHROGMO.: carrying a provision for the abolishment with the council) Mr. John hold that ,

for holding all the smaller parts required Mrs. Wall has been at the Univer- landscape gardening.Said of the board of bond trusted it wan a reasonable charge and not S
for Ford cars, trucks and trac- city of Florida Summer School for i catalogs will be distributed to Instead of electing two toui film( .! was passed through the late loglslu. nut of line with fee charged elsewhere t

tors. On the floor are stacked the several summers, where she taught I citizen, and, each one getting a copy to fill vacancies caused by the ," 'ive session, but carried a clause providing for like service. "I
heavy parts, such as wheels, springs\ music and gave vocal lesson. She is requested to show it to his or her ration of terms, the citizens) of t't.: for n ratifying election. Whor When nuked I for a statement of tho + e
tires, etc. Any part wanted can be teaches piano and voice in the public neighbors, and so give all an oppor will be called upon to elect ,Pv n m- I 'hit election was held on the 7th In-t. found, !I'* position In tho matter, one i i ,
found in a few moments.Mr. schools of the state during the winter tunity to make orders for fall and bore of the board of aldermen. : f t 'he electors! rejected the charter bj nf tho member, who was present at '}+ i
is held the III" ,, n almost unanimous vote. Council he 1 time tho bill was ordered. paid g
Andrews, the proprietor, term. winter deliveries. election to be on
probably the busiest man in Starke, Read carefully the directions in Tuesday in September. This liluJcini I, ,nen Andrews, Grimn and Robin on said l thAt the former council, at a .
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still he has to have the assistance of ; Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight were catalog for preparation of soil, how arises from the fact that .Ali'-rr.;; seem to have accepted this as a dl"injirovnl meeting at which f). C. Jones, chair- s r e y s.a
business and follow Jr. T. J. GrifllT! nr i of their administration and, man, J. F. Colley, J. W. White and
several clerks In conducting his visitors to Jacksonville Monday. to plant and care for plants, J W. Andrews, '
which is constantly growing, some to get best results. Simply J. C. Robinson resigned at in adjourned therefore tendered, their resignation, n. J. Griffin, were present, In"truct..1ttorney l 4
and several skilled workers are always him and they are sold before they arrive digging a hole a foot wide In grass meeting of the council hell I ''caving the electors free to choose a ,\ John to proceed with tho i (
busy on repairs. At least oncea The :Ford Garage is an Important sod and sticking a plant In will prove Monday night. I ouncil In accord with the tte-t ex- validation of the bonds without having ,
institution for Starke. ; nrension of their wishes In the matter any understanding with him a*
week a carload of new cars reaches a failure. Thoroughly dig and pulverize Starke 14 I becoming. metropolitan in Iso
the soil in a circle not less than its politics. to the extent tht there ,1 I I of municipal Improvements. resent amount of felt fee and, that the
other business transactedat ) council) that there wa.
the '. Among
six feet diameter and so preserve friction between the council as II I
Funeral Procession ..1' moisture and life of the plant. present constituted and the board >/ their meeting Monday night' the course left open to them but to pay
I.. Presidential l Nature has lavished on us soil and bond trustees. Something more thi.M! council paid the bill of Attorney E. the amount ,Jpman
climate suited to growth of palms and a year ago the council called an via I t M. John for drafting the ordinancesand lion, he said l, wall based on the following
I I for the resolution passed by the old
semitropical trees and plants, and tion for the issuance of .T5,000 ., resolutions providing
) ) bond Issue and bringing the ouncil at their regular meeting held i'
we can make every home In Starke a bond. for the reconstruction and enlargement $30,000
beauty spot, and our town the most of the city water and light I validation proceedings in connection m July i, 1922: f g
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attractive in the state. The election was carried by a I with the bondi.; Several weeks ago I I KeHoliitinn f ;
plant.
It should be the Joy of every ownerof small majority. The minority of electors :Mr. Johns presented a bill of r,40! to f Be itresolved, by the town council rI I ,y,d
this service. The I jf the town of Starke, Florida, that
for
a home to make it lovely with the contended that the town shoullnot I the trustees I s
lavish beauty of palms, trees, shrubs I exhaust Its credit for this work trustees took the position that the K. M. John, Esq., as city attorney $
should be otncil had employed Mr. Johns and or the .niil. town, do forthwith pro-
f and flower alone but that the old plant t
e COMER L. PEEK, I repaired and an ice factory added. At should pay him for his services. They red; to take the necessary steps to
Mayor.\ the general election, which followed referred the bill to the council. At a secure the validation of tiio: promoted
I the heel of the bonding recent meeting of the trustee tb< |'IA,000: Issue of bond of said town
closely) on
s FOR MAYOR election, three members.of the council I council passed the bill back to them for the purpose of reconstructing and,
and at this time thd trustees declined enlarging( the water work'and electric -
Comer L. Peek i ill hereby announced ) favoring the latter program were said which
of town
candidate for of Starke at elected. In the meantime, however, outright to pay It. light plant
mayor
a Following this action Mr. Johns was voted in the election held for that
the election be held Tuesday, Sept. the bonds had been turned over to the
council with Instruction made a demand, on the council for purpose on the let day of June, A. D,
11, 1923. Your vote respectfully solicited. trustees by the old
pall baron am>ftC caalllet ..boaraihsg the payment, and at their meeting Mon- 1922. AJr. .J
out purpose
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST
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1ICIIIlJ IIt1IIIII nmmn "" "n.n nu. "=mn"" m 1JItIL I[ day and spent the day with i :'>Ir. andMrs. MAKING: PAPER FROM 1 HARD I yer finds a flaw in it; the
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L "' HOODS AT FORD FACTORY examined
A. A. Smith. over and ;
;; I New of Florida in Short ParagraphsRUMMHVIM'VPUMnu.tlM I :Miss Louise Blanchard, of Macclen- I ,I from A to Izzard, and if the OVer lawv'r' :

t .. >' .. ...l.l'".<...V. MurtMWvmMMNHM 1. A universal custom don't
*c ll MMIHUn"k MM *MMNMWIIMM M n} spent the week-end here with her I find something which
he
Alter i
: dm
'I II DC'troitlicb.:\ Auff. 14-Wood pulp
I (that benefits every- parents, :Mr.: and :Mrs A. M. Blan-] ? ( will cloud the title, he I is consider
wood for in
: State NewsTold t produced from hard use
t Live hard
Every body, I paper making is the latest attainmentat a bum lawyer and is fired and'! .
visited ?
i LS --J Baldwin Mary, of Starke, '
t L.-... Aids digestion ; the River Rouge pant] of the Ford er attorney hired who can df'n'. i ,
relatives here
Friday.
i ( Motor Company. It is the first timeIn !goods. In other words, ..
prom-'
Our Exchanges. Meal :Miss Florrie] returned home
by I cleanses the leetI; '';,from Jacksonville Terry last week and will the history of the paper manufacturing -' Florida is regular; football ',1 i .

i '.({'11JlII'/Imnl mrnmmmmmmmmam! .. >mmaraJl t PlIm! p tfjpj Bt i?P S KiVflS fy mfltf ffifffflTfflO''I soothes the 11roat.WDDII ,pend a few weeks with her parents, industry that hard wood has comes to being transferred .u, .1 I, ?
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been successfully converted by what a piece' of property In th; "
from mental] derangement manslaughter, reckless driving and( :Mr. and Mrs T. J. Terry. ?
Suffering j
is known the "soda process" into 1 i but that someone con in '
I I! J. R. Yandle of Tampa committed public.. drunkenness. I r | :Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye$ and J. B. as step if 'J',' i ,,
the and has
pulp so that it could be utilized in j nerve a mind t., ,
rifle bullet thru Jr., of Jacksonville, spent the weekend -
suicide by sending a !i the production of paper and thereforeis I and cloud up that title] to such .,,
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t his hood Thursday night, shortly after i ThormiK llaggerty, who until a year here with Mr. and Mrs A. M. x.
an achievement of outstanding; im | tent that it will cost a lot nf ]r 1' ,.., .
the neighbor-i had complained] of ago resided with his family at Huntington Blanchard
a good! thing! Heretofore to make it perfect or have
portance. poplar it ,
spruce ,
C. C. and John Powell j ,1
the nolao the man wan making. L. I., fell to his death in Miami McCormick ,
; for sale. Under .1.1I :
to rememberSealed and similar soft woods have been upon a the pi 'n
when he slipped and fell through of Jacksonville, visited friends here
j r looked upon as the only kinds available !! I I plan it takes months and OIIITK ", ;
The cashier of the Ketchum state ,j the elevator shaft of the new State ( in Sunday. I
for manufacture. | years to get a piece of '
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brink of Ketchum, near :Miami, was Bank building now in course of construction its Purity Elnm Rhoden spent a few days in paper prnjM x.
r lIe fell from the \" Jacksonville last week. Experiments covering tho several i amined and tho title passed \npr' I1 .1!i
shot and killed when he attempted to ;| there. Packajo ,; .- ) I
can't find
months carried before you a piece of .
past were on
l resist three men who held up und robbed fourth story, his body striking a steel 1 :.40.:..,i :Miss Beuluh Sapp, of Starke, spent 1 the propor
state that has
been
the River mill finally
the hank. The bandits escaped in I I beam In the course of its fall and the week-end here with friends. I Rouge plant paper trim' f "-r, 'i!
developed] a process whereby that amounts to anything nt r,i ': -
lIe Jacksonville last week I
automobile. ]landed on a pile of steel girders were guests '
an I weekof hard wood could be used in the making what it has cost the owner all ,1(1( ..
Jacksonville wehe last
died instantly. guests
l i of pulp. Now: manufacture i is being ; from $2:> to $2,500 to have tb,, .
Boyd Lewis Fortson, ]lineman in the ITHEss ; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W
I i, brought down to date ''
carried and
successfully out on a it ,
' employ of the Southern Utilities Co., Converted at a religious service in FLAVOR LASTS Stokes. ?
large scale with plans under for ;i )pens on every transfer that "-. .
at Bradentown, was killed almost in- Dade county, Eddie Alston, negro, Frank Green of Orlando] spent last ) way i
handling charge confessed he Sunday with :'>Jr. and :Mrs Charles increasing production as soon as new A decent title law would retie, M I 1'; ,
3 i y Ptantly] when a wire he was ]held on a liquor i
i situation. If the .
equipment man be installed. state would) I,,
crossed with a "live" wire Saturday I had killed his sweetheart, Zielmar suddenly lost consciousness and was Dinkins. 1 i
The development! 41f the new process the Torrens Title system or a >-
"h i iI
, afternoon. Castle] during a picnic at Arlington .dead on arrival at Cook's hospital Miss Claudia .Terry returned home I
enables] the Ford !Motor Company -I law or even a law similar to th .
-1 v Woods, near Washington, D. C., in where she was rushed. Her visit was ]last week .from Jacksonville where I I '
( nil tomobile title law which .
I to use of the scrap pieces is nov ;' '
j Geo. Allen Bendure, of the Turkey August, 1919. The negro said he had one of several in recent weeks, takento she spent a few days with relatives. :
feet in Florida]
, I from its body building plant! at River there is h.mll ,
Creek district on the Polk county linn pushed the girl toward an embankment ] receive electrical] treatment from Supt. Wiggins, of Starke, ,was attending .
r thus piece of but that ,' '
I Rouge, effecting a new economyin property n ,
was found guilty Tuesday of having! during a quarrel and when her Dr. Runyen. It is!' stated that the deceased to business in town :Monday.Mr. I '
I 1 i' lumber conservation.! transferred and placer! on remni t .
three wives and sentenced to three neck was broken by a fall he covered was apparently In excellent and :Mrs W. II. Dupree, of l
I The lumber into ]less than five dollars If
a great an ant
scrap goes
"m
Bendure is the body with loose sand and fled health] late Tuesday, and physicians Jacksonville, were week-end visitorsof -
In the state prUon.
i years I machine where it is chipped, and then I bile Is worth making a utato-w! ; .
but 23 old.] Ho has one wife coining to Miami. have not stated the cause of death, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Byrd.A. .
31 yearn tarried by suction pipes to an immense and if a ]law can be made. ch ;
1 located Kansas, another in Georgia aside from the statement of Dr. II. H. Harley] of Louise spent Sun- lover
digester. puts the state behind. autm, ',:
' I and a third in Florida. First arrests of bathing suit wear- O. Snow, county physician, that, in day with his family.R. I
l About 18,000 pounds, or nine tons, ownership, why Isn't it just ,
q'I' ers on the streets of Sulphur Springsi : his. opinion I it was due to one of two H. Smith, of Jacksonville is I i .
I Constable '[ of chips, are placed in the digester !sonable': ] to believe that the sam .., ,. ,
when II
took place Thursday things' stroke of apoplexy the spending few days in Lawtey this 'I
a
a or
k i Wayne !Manley.\ ] 20, employed in the i four bathers to for one batch an average about 75 | can, if it dares, back up t the tot ,. >
notified appl'or'before
week.
Stokes shock of the electric current.
,
i t plowing and breaking of ]land near 1 the Justice of the peace to answer visitor to''I per cent hard maple, the remainder la man's home and his real prop 'r( '
Henry Burney. was a
Clewlaton Wednesday of this week indecent !- of oak, ash and other hard woods. To. There Is no excuse whatever, ,
of
to a charge exposI Jacksonville first of the week.
/ drove hiii tractor Into a bog hole. In I An edict had gone Folks] around the sheriff's office are these are added 4,500 gallons of cau.1! I the far-seeing, !scheming pnl!"-i.". ,
of the person. II. J. Thomas, who has been running
trying to pull out the tractor turned that clad laughing over a peculiar incident occurring tic solution of sufficient strength to 'i who ]looks into the future and <
I j forth to the effect persons !: a general store here for the past II'
over, throwing young Manly under! would have to wearHome in DeSoto county Thursday, reduce the chips to a high-quality fibre ,I lot f in bathing suits two yearn', moved with his family to'
the machine, and Instantly crushed | form obscuring garment and resulted in the escape of a white under seven hours cooking at 110 i hands of his influential client' i iI
| sort of Levy county first of the week.D. .
the lifo out of his body. took to the streets or road prisoner, J. L. Draggers by name, and weeks pounds steam pressure. I i I sees u law if it becomes effuctivi' ,th,r
when they C. Hood l Is spending a few
in the vicinity of the springs, but this who formerly residel at Wimouma. in Jacksonville. When the digesting process is completed would save the poor man and nu 1\,1..

Ten persons were Injured and many I was looked upon nn being a mere Triggers was sent up recently from The Luwtey school] began! its fall the /fibre is pumped into washIng citizen all the way from $20( tn -,_.
shaken when Atlantic Lee county, and was one of a numberof when he has his trum-l-i'
t' others badly] up bluff. and winter term Monday morning machines and thoroughly clean] property i

Coast Lino passneger train No. f,>fl, i, convicts working under lease in with an enrollment of 148 pupils. A sed. It comes out 100 per cent wood or sold] ; he sees a law that \M, ,

I bound from Tampa to Jacksonville\ I While out cruising lands in the DeSoto county. According to the convict number of patrons and friends! were fibre ready for paper manufacture. eliminate a lot of ]legal I trout,!,,: .

was derailed one mile west of Lough- Spring lake section ten miles south- guard Driggers complained on present at the opl'ninj.Faculty\ for Production at the mill at present would save the making of so m it

1 I I man at 2:15: : o'clock Thursday. after I oust of llrooknvillo Wednesday! II. A, Wednesday of having pains in his the term is composed of Prof. \\'. O. Is confined to that of n superior quality I ]large and, unwieldly] abstracts ainl, ) "

noon. Two dny coachos and a Pullman Chadsey had his attention attractedby body and asked the guard to get him Duval], principal], :Mrs. B. Perkins, of binder board, .()7i! to 0303 of fact it would! put the man who ir,

i cur turned over a peculiar noise Home 20 feet up a bottle of Sloan's Liniment. This :Miss Daisy :Moore, :Mrs George Anderson an Inch thick, of firm body, waterproof dined] to graft and live off ,of '
)
I in n tree. Firing his pistol in the direction was procured for him. Driggers on and Mrs T. J. :Moore. By the I and exceptionally durable. weakness of the law and the i r w',

i Edwnrl, D. Miller, of Jacksonville, of the commotion he was surprised Thursday morning asked permissionto first of the week the enrollment is i The mill operating on a twenty- of the other fellow back when, h

was shot to death Friday night in to .I"l> full near him the tail fall out of line and apply the medicine expected to reach 200. four hour schedule] daily prdouces would l have to work and sweat ,i '!

A. G. :Md- Another to his aches. This was allowed 2f1 .'10! finished\ scramble for his daily] broad jut "' ,
the alley of his home by and six buttons of a rattlesnake pieces And] in addition I

len, 30, a farmer of Sunbeam, being shot in the same direction and he stepped aside. They wereworking ; lOM'I.NERS: CHARGEDITII EFFORT turns out 1,000 boxes for shipping same as it does the working men e ,
I
at the time
bayhead
tt held by the police on charges of mur- I brought/ down the balance of the rep- near a TO BOOST OIL PRICES purposes. matter in what class he I is found.
and while the not
guard looking
den The police] claim Miller found! tilo which proved to be a rattler about was This latest development at the River If an automobile title law i'L i "" !

the farmer In his estranged wife's I four feet long before he had been Driggers slipped into the bayhead Would Shut Down to Decrease Surplus Rouge plant is in keeping with the and worth something to the owner
and for it. Dogs procured,
home. curtailed. ran were ,, of Oil and Gasoline I compunys general policy of eliminating of an automobile-and it I n- .-th -
{, but it that now and then
I seems every waste wherever possible and of why not go after a uniform title low

Information coming out of Fort After making a number of test toe escaping convict would stop and Federal grand jury action is thr..at.j continually setting new and higher for the state of Florida ? It can hr
drench his feet with the liniment. It
Pierce is to the effect that the farmers runs under varying conditions and ened the leading oil refiners of the standards of manufacture so as to made just as effective and helpful
hard on the dogs' noses and
was
and truckers are so well pleased with varying(' steam pressures in the they had never been taught any to mid-continent field if they shut down bring the utmost in quality. and at the same time the whole star

with the possibilities in tomato growing digester1 as well as length of process way their plants] during the month of Au- is behind the title of every pier" >'I
track liniment and threw the job.
that they propose adding considerably 1. and degree of chemical content, the I up gust, as they threaten to do, in order WilY NOT GUARANTEE LAND:" property and transfer that U made.-
Driggers is still at liberty.
to the acreage devoted to this big pulp] mill of the Grass Fibre Pulp to cut down the heavy surplus of TITLES Lakeland StarTelegram.JOIN .

It is understood that about of Leexburg,
fine crop. and Paper Corporation
oil and gasoline in the country.
will be set in morning of this weekon LAWTEY Florida]
r three thousand acres started Monday Edwin L. Weisly, of Chicago, assis- property owners could havea

tomatoes next saeson. continuous pulp production. At tant district attorney, said if the shut property title law which could he TilE YEOMEN

the same time preparations were begun Lnwtey, Aug. 17.-Arthur Griffls, down was planned] to raise the priceof just as effective as Florida] Is going

Employing 250 men when in full for installing the necessary machinery of Tampa is spending a few days to have by way of an automobile title -
oil and gasoline, the facts will be
blast the Attapulgus Clay companyof to make finished paper out of here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. law. If the state can guaranteethe Brotherhood of American Yeomer,

the Manatee Fuller's Earth company the present output, kraft wrapper to Enoch: Griffls. laid before the grand jury. title of an automobile for an own- of Des :Moines, Iowa, will sell you the
The refiners content( that 00
percent
, of Ellenton\ Manatee county, be known as fiber kraft or Florida Pearce Jones of Jacksonville, spent er and defend him against! all effortsto cheapest legal reserve 20-pay life insurance -
of mid-West wells have been -
operated
are the largest miners of Fuller's kraft to be the chief product. the week-end here with his grand. at a loss during the last six take that title" then why does it in Florida. No charge for

earth in the United States. Tho yearly mother, Mrs. G. T. Pearce.W. months befause of the surplus. They to reason' that the same state can also examination.Age .

q'' capacity of the two plants is 75- Tampa was visited :Monday night E. Torode and L. II. Hill were say the daily average of crude oil guarantee the title of your home, 16 per month," $2.17; age :21!1.

000 tons, which la shipped to all parts! by its first Ku Klux Klan motorcade. transacting business in Starke Wed production during the week ending your farm or your grove just as easy' $2.33; age 25, $2.47; age 30, $2.70;

of the country. The klansmen, about 250: strong, in nesday. and for about the same cost? Where age 35, $2.08; age: 40, $3.35; age 45.
4 21 barrels
July was 1,000,000 more
half a hundred automobiles] paradedthe I Louis Brown, of Waycross, Gn., than for the same period of 11)22. the title system for real estate does $3.80; age 50, $4.42; age 55, $.;,28;

Following orders from the county principal streets of the city, head visited relatives here the first of the 'they plan to stop oil production exist and is in vogue, it costs less age 60, $6.51. Every additional thousand

i commissioners that the no-fcnco law ed by a car bedecked with a half- week for a month In order to stabilize the than five dollars to make a transferor $.1.20 less per year.

in Pinellas] county must be enforcedor 1 masted flag, and a second car bearingthe MrsV.; II. Edwards and children market.If a sale] of property and, it can never Whole life much cheaper.See .
'
the matter would l be taken up with' !fiery cross of the order, illuminated and Mrs. J. II. Moore were visitors to the plan is carried out, 20,000 transfer property without some law- I R. S. Humphrey and insure

Governor Hardee, Sheriff W. S. Lind. laughing gas, or some
by flaming Starke Saturday.
workers will be affected. The prin.cipal down are located in Pennsylvania your life and protect your loved one
sey put a force of five cowboys in the '( other variety of !gas. The alleged object :Mrs horn Reddish, of Plant City, wells of the territory to be shut Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. 7-20-41

V field to check roaming cuttle. Tim of the visitation was to pay honor is upending a few days with relativesin ,

cowboys have been clothed with the I to America's deceased! l president, and near Lawtey. --- --------_ _. -- ---- -..- --. --
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powers of deputy sheriffs, and sold nil klunsmen wearing white gloves] Enoch Griffis was a visitor to the .

to be men who will obey istructions and robes, and about 50 riding. openly county seat Thursday.Mrs. HOME ( 5O TOC'A"'II" LITTLE diIRLS W6LL,1' 'TWIN"1'" WI'iW

to the letter. without masks over their features. : Ury Gunter and little daughter B113THCVW( ? WELL!! ,WELL IF A ( 1gDR. A HU..SA.NO J I

Dorothy, of" Wauchula, are the SWEET SOOO FAIRY SAVB iou TWO
An automobile accident In which I As yet a little matter! of three bullets guests of her parents, Mr. and :Mrs.G. DADDY
killed and two others were has failed to disturb' WtS/lee WHAT one was I in his brain | L. Futch. !

injured occurred on the Chipley and the peace of mind of Chester Taylor t. E. Roberts, of Jacksonville, was HOME Sti. ?

Cirnceville: mud near old) Damascus I negro! and as a result that dusky' individual the guest of relatives here several]

church Saturday, afternoon. The ear continues to be a source of days'" of last week.

was turned completely] over two nrthrf'e I wonder to the employee of the Clara )0;. E. Hurney and family returned fn 9Q O s
I o.cuIIew'. Thai a
v times. The driver, Sim Cozart, I Frye hospital in Tampn. Not only home last week from King.sley lake, ,

is in the Mariantm jail on a charge 'ofa1,7t7LRItGIf3CXY1G does Taylor enjoy "three squares" u where they have been camping for for "Safety.FInt" Last- z 1 3

r : .1QIJJr.1n.mmuCtm I day without regard to dietary regulation th,' past month. 4f14:

,r l\ but he insist on smoking his Mrs. J. <". Adkins and children, of a

accustomed number of cigarettes and l Gainesville spent several days hero -

General I :i otherwise making himself just as I 'last week with her mother, Mrs. :M. by ".

I > omfortable possible the midst E. Edward TerryGilkiHon '

Insurance I lof his surroundings. And! he shows I :Mr. and Mrs. Marion Oliver nnd '

no indication whatever of weakeningthe children, of Baldwin, are spending a )
I '
AND nurses' Joe la re. few days with relatives here and at AUTocAtTin :r i.'t'

1, II ICinjrsley lake.
Within the next two months there :Mr.\ an'l' Mrs. I o. A. :Barr( and! children

will be in operation in Jacksonville visited relatives in Highland!: on MYOHMY ; PUT YtiS ANDOTNCB. PD 7N8

r r Real Estate :, another industry, the first and only Friday.! THAT'1 OMLN OA4E NTILAW /tfitla

i I one in Florida that will manufacturesteel :Mrs. Ed Galloway and children and W19N MOW HB TURA4KPT

wire, nails, fencing and barbed :Miss Bonnie O'Danicl, of Nashville t T -v OUT I

I wire.! It is the Florida Steel and! Wire I Tenn. for few weeks of
are guests a 7 r'' $>-
.
; PEEK & BURNS Company, the offices of which are :'>(r. and :Mrs Charles Dinkins. /
..:
,, now in the Professional building. Lonnie Hurley] of Jacksonville,

t The company first secured the plant/ spent a few days here last week with P e
r. i "Not too big for small businessnor 9 Ir 9 o J
of the old] Bentley concrete shipyardsand his parents, :Mr. and Mrs. A. H. lIar-
too small fur big business"Your -
machinery to begin operations isi II | ley.

now being shipped from Chicago and 1 1I I Edward Edwards, of Fort Pierce s :

Business is Cordially Solicited I I the manufacture of nails will be the U visiting his mother, :Mrs. :M. E. Edwards '

|, first product to be taken up. Later, | this week. j"j

as the machinery arrives the making I :Mrs. John Howe and son, Alex, of ;

r Office with, C. L. Peek & Son of wire will begin. Gainesville, motored to Lawtey Sun-

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Telephone] S3 While Hitting in chair in the Colds Cause Orip 8o
flee of Dr. Angus Runyvn in Tampa I LAXATTVC: BROMO QUOilNE:Trtlelt.. romov.the AllWG VdA.vewA.

o "' ==mumft.nr, : Mrs P. Buldrick] No. 212 Platt C UM. There |ii only one "-'e'.. QUa: .. J
street I r. w. C.1I0VE'J: ...,...."....o tea. 1IIJr.





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. .- AUGUST 17. 1923.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELB GRAPQ STARKB. FLORIDA PACK TURKS


I Ford And The President-- 11 UV GIVE! LICENSE WILDCATS:.; TO A I'KOWL- --, RICHARD LLOYD J JM. fHINif l r

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--- After a if .pitu 1 ol> 1 almost 1 .. yt .'' lA rer ,, ',

w i ittcn, for the Telegraph) | would such a practice turn out? It certain localities in Florida are being' L I Keep Still and Study Silence I II r ..=.....--ss: :i' .

'I'i time ago Collier's Weekly would make the cars coat a million canvassed by oily tongued professional / .. Humnuft TVujHrlf't.1 e.wapaew' wf : .

i ,'hbrow reporter to Intt.rviewi' dollars each. This condition is a salesmen offering!,\' pvrfvrred and \'ii'IIIIICK .,rd, to find out if he would source of much "overhead" in the very common stock in the exploitation hiwpili' >n,t> mr' "an illi1i' MI 1 I Itliriu.t I'" :,", i ....' It \\ I is Inn I'.iiMtnit til.- fe/w e.era/ ,"e imJ ?neo,I if.' .'.,....\mr.... neif..r *die__tau. ;" 1II.

'" nomination for the prosi- country. of phantom automobiles) motionless l lull t.lunu-il 1 lir! V\'MI.IIS I he.lit., ,1..1 i !f"-i','d| 'i. 11", .i 1111.| i ihe l
I ""I< 'tit IM )ltriups) II" Karate"l, : of, nmH' ',," IIJ.n..r" In a Sewing B.nke-t- a littla r .'
the democratic party if i itI The tariff ia not (graft, he said, bu'a pictures frog farms imitation J.eaopll i'li Is .'r..II.d11, II vKliAlltr IIig :,,,Isrn, ,.,r.I, \V eher l ,innl \1'MoM. bow of bright nth. nl on the handle I .",
I red him and to get his views I nuisance There is no need for spa' banks, great big bluff oil wells and the i-nMu-ttluiiN.", ,' MVIIIII" Ih,-lu, |1".1, III+ mi ,.,,' sort' lt' wt'r.i i lln'illcr, of your scitioi' < and 1 thry \\'11be\ "I, 1\ '
I"" 'mal questions Ford seemed, cinl privileges and if the people know other financial forty-to-ono shots. The Imirtoil to u Hum trim. I HIHIUIRI-I 1 .'. ".11,1. MI jinx "Thikiiott how much easier tO.bud.' -_ j a, .. ,

flattered nor interested byin whnt they mean there wouldn't be preferred always bears 8 per cent- to .llMl-ll.\ ". often rritlit. for >. niullt, who J I j'..,. N : ":
tiiln
guano' WMIIH pltninouiv" mr-rely Salad-In fixiiiK a lettuce salad: A "t1'
and the reporter did;' I' any. All America needs Is the | which is just 8 per cent more than itciin ; ,
noon, frees I 1011) n.itliiiiir unit dix-H \It well.Nlliiuv leaf of mint and grating of onion M, ,
itnt-r\ any laurels. All he really!1 I' possible play for American energy bear-and there are not enough 1 liitlkatt-H 1 hot h ouiirtiMiy nud I t v",",10"1'11 tI"Il. 1 It t Klvm' the I U a pleasant addition to some rr
.ut was that Henry Ford would He said that what ails the Europeans I' cameras in Hollywood to> picture the at b.'r, r II'lluhi... turn.' U )IW.TS him I the c..IIIIIIUIII"t| flint lilit hrllin imiy tastes. Try it. I .
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nls.i linrlnir sonic"' worthwhile "1f'1I"'I'y i Idea) relation sin or, ofrecliMixlty. .
.. he Ford than the president- I I is, that they do not realize thnt they; posiibihtes of tho common. \ Ivary: soul! mum have n iiiiiliiiii mud oi|>urt. unity fur m-lf- Mice--If( one wl.het to catch i }.:.. '

aphrnse what another noted 1 are Europeans. They should throw off I The sale price of the common stock i ('xI'1'O'.I| ,,". Tin i>-titiil, ivmrpmHtlon I I.* always arrouiu.l. liraiit tint mire, put .sonic 'tlmrkilS..dK in ... ..'
.in once said. Also that Ford 'the narrow mitionulisms tha thanv of these lly-by-night companies varies oilier fellow) a 1'1111111'0' 'ui nn.\ !hi"! "M.VSlloncu the trap. It in i very attractive bait 'j ?ff
liulli-uU'n imirolVw oftvn rend, "He immteroil. hllrselfnod ,
own opinions. This captain J I I per them and until they do so, Amcr- from one hundred dollars to a ( : \ -' ,.
N \.. j.lli\ >111. Tn( t trivial. KiihMiihiMi! the inhut Is In control, Scorch Spot -.1 scorch "s "
istrv must! mingle l with nil I Ilea cannot and should l not help them few cents per share, basest upon tinmnohlnp N "gpnrpil up' tletn, Tlio WMIIIIC. | lonituo uhvnjn. menu. be ;rriiinM-il. from n very mot
"of people-politicians! finuninanufacturers j I Ship subsidy is to give a bonus for whether the promoters have designs l..iM4i> It'"I''". It In. tin loiwo agar Shut ruttliw. All nnliiro imy ImniiiKn : l,\ urttniK with clear water I I... 1 .'

mine owners im-ompetency, nnd all it would.! do upon the widow insurance check or to Mlt',. control.Silence mill l'l'ink1illll. with. Horax. ... f'' { _
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I it the Krwat heiillni poupr of nulltuilt>. In Ih fare of ngniit .
i,re.' men farmers railroad men, | would be to hamper nhippinjr. the stenographer's lunch money.A I erlxlit,, wo are HlUiit 11I.L grant emotionvo! are mill, MliMiro, Ice Cream Spot- \ ordinary ..'

rvr'*, trails unionists and he i !Mr. Ford said l that the antiquated favorite procedure: of the stockjobber "1"11o'r." ..., !Is. I tli. IIMWOII of klnirH" RHld Jmn du ItvMiivnlH' nt the fiincriil, .
the wishes and peculiarities! of I network of railway system over the is to urge!\ immediate. purchaseof tu uMMo\r is' :an .ur ,'rt'smll'"in. 's
of J.11111.. X\'. And Curblw tins uullml MIiMiiw. the I plenmnt. i>f ttrcutIhliiKH
Besides he such his choice in order Take tin1 spotted' ) material anti lay 'liJ.t::
lass. possesses country is all wronp. There should : offering l to es- that fashion tlu-inwIv. together to ruin.SlIniKV .
loan folded \loth mid run
A < 'lire' as can only come to a man I be only one system and that the government cape tomorrow's advance. The inexperienced la morv unlmiif MOhikhI than Himuub. IMHIUIUHI It cannot ho on lightly a with Juke warm> w ter. This 'IW e: .

,nducts an enormous' nmnufaci I I seems to be the only agency/\ investor does not atop to atlll'k.Ul'OIIt\ thoughts are bent In -IUuio! It I I. the motiiitr of will. take the protein tuwcet, ) out of :
and selling business and such that could take charge of it. However realize that it is not customary for truth. It 1 Is the rvHiit of rmuoii. It to the trot help to blur "who mln- the itam. Then take dome other or
I tracts hlinmiir. itt tin tm nUtint.," (toys 1 Mmarwm, -Uwit we may boar and rub) I, but ftrtuly. {('II 1 _
can only come to man it should not be officers of u to advance the t'untie lightly
ledge\ as a run from the floor company the whlx|>vr <<<>f tho g. .,Is.n The latter to the .
hi' has amassed a good many of congress but by a man who un price of its btock. That is done by ;NIIM| > atul tumnlt aro the itUcua of war. Buenos" in! Use Inalipld ofIMWIO. remove. grrnra.Lemonade f

m. and expects to amass n wood derstood the business, and, he shouldbe I the law of supply and demand. It Is jutto M much a mark at ntnuwth to know taw to hold -If the' whole lemon i :l ",;.
jrmir touiruD M to kixrw bow to wlwly Gail It. U through the fool l :t
I, more. (given free hands. I Fake automobile concerns throughout lemonade.put Instead of Just *11.ea/ntf/ I 1 I t

i II|< 'ir\ Ford has never been accused When Mr. Ford was asked about the country exchange with fake the fruit you will ft oil It to have a :y ,Q t "
nossessintf a sense of humor nut if the Jew question ho probably used an oil concerns their lists of responsible much better flavor and bow twin l '"

y did not chuckle inwardly all the "uhem-ah" as: a prelude, to his an- stockholders. These lists are known' as much. (I ..r,

in' during this interview, we miss ewer: He disclaimed having tried to among the gentry as! :Sucker !lists. Feathara When Mn :

n iruess. Probably his interlocutor make peace with the Jews, as he said You can ascertain if your name is in M J Jo/ bog Uiurainff chickiti, hold over- an oil a.-or i' '

"11 (cd lofty language, !and Ford check- he had never made war on them lIe the roster by the number of "wild. ('M stove and the skin will not

noted him by uainjr a lingo/ that was wanted to give the impression that cat" circulars you receive and by the Ucknn, M where a burning paper ,

hard to understand that the for-I he used the term "Jew" as a genericone number of times you are offered an I in nurd.. Also its' feathft'1l.' a pair of twerwrilu will I
pin
IIT mentions in two places at least, I one the class of financiers who interest in a hole in the ground which It's a mighty good: Men to foTkip-*rn n you're right on lake remove hold of' the very small Ttay ones I4

'nut he had t otranslate it, and (evenn are on the lookout for businesse I may never be dug and seldom is. the brink of a TCTKO", with bankruptcy holt of yet collar .
he was not sure he had it that arc about to fall to pieces then Since the war fraudulent securities Uu way to get out In. to "uwrg*" With an abyss In front Catnisol Strap- -If ttmteritntfe .
n right'j of yet fllTver no horrible! rooky, and divft that the sight the plain ribbon nand for shonlowtrain \ J
step in with their financinir. In this of various kinds have been Bold to
Aa chip's captain uses sea I of It uiinots yet liver and turns ye as white an a he..>-- a piece. of narrow eMMia I.
h speech, so did this captain of the connection he averred that the labor Florida citizens and have occasioned whon you thin* you are bound for the ,devil. In a wreak at ...wrd' there will he no tt-ctobla i i r '

'motor industry probably use automo- unions were not formed by workmen losses' running well beyond the three tho end of yet splurge, the way to get tuck on the level about "traps .slipping.. h, { t
-He might have referredto but by these financiers who find them million mark. These losses have been Is t<> hunt up noinulKHly and niwrwwtIt's '
ore terms. tho IIIITXU of refuge undoubted fer the summer. that's Fine IJnene-Fine linens. aIId em- i.
the president as the steering wheel very convenient and effective at times due secondarily to lack of merit in down tin hU\ lurk. A uwrtftir ham never !MMII routtnl,- broJowy will have a longs. llf If
-to congress as the tail lights-to when a certain bier business Is in a I the project itself but primarily to you ran swim In its. lord like a duck. The inlnnlt Uioiiiorver they are wathed! In cold water with ;"re

thr politicians as spark plugs! on ac- bad shape. If a labor union is called, unscrupulous cunning and rank fraud ) pmlirnrm the worm-.."tpu rarkavs you bring jrmi can white soap and a little dissolved {.
I .wet up In dlKUlflMl, I'luov. Hint smoke ('11lII Nlh. like a king I Horax. d
to induce the workmen to ask of
smuttiness and upon | on the part promoters. .
lint of their unre-
I So, when you aro mighty nigh bunted, and yr halaiu-0 slu-ot
..1. ,ibility and so on. No doubt he was for a ruinous raise in pay, or to crip- I I And who's in jail? Only over M. >niifl, like a .111'''*,. -If you ever export to ln" tniHti-il Snapper on Curtalne-If one 't
tickled. to note the strain the reporter ple by means of a strike the "finan worked bootleggers a few Tin Liz- there's notliln' to (di>, but to Merge r rdrK' wishes to lave laundry bills. trouble.

\\a* under in trying to comprehend ciers" can have it all their own way. I zie abductors and a flock of burr- s. and have curtain stay clean, new
Ford says he does not want to bepresident headed crap shooters. What Florida a snapper at each side on the lower
his "Bog pah-
and hear frequent
,
mm of the curtain Then sew the
'on. I did not quite catch that re- and if he had the job hs I needs is a fraud law with teeth in it / part corresponding fastener about eighteen .. iii t

'iawk." would not know what to do with it. I and a few public officials who are not -- =- 177. ManeT.knows inches from the top of the eui r-

lie is an industralist and has not a afraid of being sued on their bonds. tain. At night Just nap them up
Ford is so happily situated that he I political mind. He docs not believe In New York City recently, in sentencing and they will not be tolled bio wind ,

is always the grantor-never the in radical measures of any kind just I a weeping stock crook toI I against tcreeni eta. _J ht
His customers even considr !- t
grantee. now;; bE'tterto slow and let the pen ,1 prison Judge Alfred J. Talley in ----
favor his when he con-\
it on part
a pie find out what they really want. I General Sessions remarked:
,ante to sell them cars. lie is itu'en'tident a faulty stock.If under I (
But if war or any other (treat: cmericcncy "There is much that might be said '
of fear or favor and ho should come, which he would I about the pain this conviction has you prefer not to interview oth- 1. 1', Summers and family of Miami I

thera-fore dares to say what he thinks know how to handle he might acceptthe caused you and there is much that I ere, you might take measure of your are guest of her mother Mrs

W->re we all thus situated many of presidency if it was tendered him. might be said about the number ofpersons duplicity and simplicity by the dairree :\ J. P. Sullivan.Mr. I I r t4 "t

i i nuld also utter words of wisdom Mr. Ford seems to subscribe to the I swindled out of their money of allurement with which yon and Mrs. J. Allen\ who have'

'. 't is, if we have any original opin- general belief that the country is in a i by being induced to invest in stocks vu>w the\ glitter of u stock certificate I been the guests' of their sons, V. and
policy forbids us to let them be ingcr Babson last week had something
state of unrest. There are so many like yours. C. I It.! Allen, of Bunhru, returned to ,
.wn, or we are afraid of being call- to say abuot the reckless e<-
interest hero
issues, so ninny conflicting "If persona engaged In swindling their home Monday.
now, till no one can foretell the of Howling l i Jrcenhas 44
to just J residents of tills city could be made Miss Opal Geiger),
.antes are not heavy enough Ic.. His remarks might; well he extended
conditions of the future. He believes I I to understand. what this conviction been the guest of her cousin, !Mr
has
uiikc our opinions weighty. Ford to the idiotic losses of our1'1Ii1y
that until matters culminate all a would be this week. 0
meant to you our city asl1f'r A. A. Durdvn
.>unions and being not in awe of any- I hypnotised full grown humans.
to
attend .
president can do is to routine place for who havesavings. '
,(h'', he expresses them in un-apolo-.' existencehe persons Florida Times Union '(. V -
ant language could work-and not endure.such a tame Many thing, I I ." -- TIIK: .'LClIUU.S.NITAlm! I We Grind Our Own Lenses C '

llfays Americans Just now do not but they cannot So long as otherwise intelligentmen /\ HAMPTON: -
,
are going on wrong NODELAYFlorida.
I rind women will buy stocks about
Know what they want. He implies he Hunted at once; it takes time to which they know nothing from salesmen i I II Florida, Sanitarium anti Hoioitul, tQainesVi1Ic
that events are ,in the making that Aug. 17.-Mrs. J. P. '
(ret matters straight.Rockefeller of whom they know less, just ao Hampton, Orlando 1< 111. Medical surgical maternity

must sooner or later come to a head has sometimes (not often 'long will there bo crooked stocks and Ward entertained tho young people capacity 100 patients' 1 Equipment ---------- 't
and that until then there is nothing faintly praised for his liberality August 7th at her home In honor oftln.a
) been crook to sell them.
I modern rest, diet physiologicaltherapeutics. \ '
said
to do. Ha ,, '
much for
president \ Jones.
a in giving ten millions of dollars Good stocks are to be had. Safe i Evelyn the south "'aANUAeO Ip_, yrnfAR)
President Harding was doing nothing Unexcelled In
for a medical research institution and sound investments are always Interesting games were played and

md that it was the best procedure while Ford has been accused of sim- |I' obtainable but care should be exer- a social time was enjoyed. Refreshments east. 6.25.1E: W. 1EnSM I'J ;
''or the present. The farmers he nc- But served tho end of the
millions. at
their' ply hoarding his per- cised. So let us again urge that before were CtIlLL"fGNIC '
'uses of being too wasteful in haps he believes that the time will I' buying stocks :from plausible evening. IT nillVKS: OUT WOBMHTbo X

methods.! They should use more la- come when for the country's good. strangers you discuss the subject Those present were Misses May \ surest pig_'i cif worms in fliildrou I iipulenww For over 50 MalariaChill 1 i
hor and instead of lurk .f interest in pl-iy" frptftilue -
saving machinery, <
of money will be needed this but Emma Johnson, ,it! has hern "
to huge sums with-not necessarily bank and Evelyn Jones vnriiiblo ..'tit. .., j'irkinit at thonow year 'L *
in order grow ''H, Bpl
borrowing money to and that he would then turn them any Florida bank. Just as a jeweler Kfh and Ue..jelaxwl'U.. : Martin und midden. dUirtin in sleep, "'hnn I the household r ss

big surpluses for the speculators loose. He is evidently a patriot but knows a faulty diamond a banker Estclla. \ Hobby Mary Trice Wilmn I these .symptoms appear it U time to lIivl1Whll"11 remedy f for nil !
gamble with they should be satisfied devel- Cr."UI'f'rrnfllJl, ". A (..w rl.incH.
is cautious and is waiting for Alexander Messrs, Carl Flock Edwin: I fount ofiTSF"; a.ndI II I-
with growing only what the country drives nut the worms' and., puts' tint litho I 1 I wIt -
is in opments. Robs Calomel of Wheeler Everett Howe, Fred Ward I one on the rnii-1 to health iiniiin. Wlutn'n' I 1 h
and for such export as lever
needs He points out a few facts regarding Herbert Hurden Leslie Futtli Leon Cream; Vvrinif'iKii I I'1", a i. .'ur,1, of fitly i is a Re!' .Mo, t
'iemand and profitable. work that few havo Ward Edgar Price. I year of successful( uac. 1'ri i-30o. isola \by General ,,54 5a
his own
He said government is bound to be /\ \ Nausea and Tonic.Dengue +I
wasteful and unsatisfactory ai long thought of. He says that wherever Danger :Mr. and MI"'. Frank Saxon; of Ar- All Drug Stores orating
have been introduced (goal' cu.liu visiting<< friend and relatives i I
is the country is divided into 48 his cars ol, I are ": u
untos. If he should draw lines on a roads have followed, and people 1| Medicinal Virtues Retained and Inv here this week. .

floor of his factory and divide it into different sections being enabled t<: | proved -Dangerous and Sickening Mrs.T: hn c .illlvan, of Waldo, was $

43' squares, each square having its become acquainted Also forget\that their the auto sec; | ({Cualities Removed. Perfected Tablet the guest of her sister :Mrs.\ Josephine ; 7lln7 tAWDrfJlj[ c-' "

'wn foreman and its own rules-how tional prejudices.. ._ t' .n..1 called "Calotahs. Sullivan lust,! Sunday.! ,. S
is potent factor in, promo mgt "- I Glisson, of Lake uineIvii "
a Miss Myrtle ) a
briety. The farmers have been given I Ii The latest triumph of modern science !Is visiting her sister, Mrs. General bJ h M@ID W t
and mighty power !
ASPIRINSay convenient
i a cheap is a "de-nauseated" calomel tab- :Martin. I II t
i is experimenting
He now
in the tractor. the trade "Calo- of Jacksonville
let known to drug as I Miss Eloise Hardm I
with his railroads and will i tabs. Calomel, the most generally is the guest of :Mrs.\ M. L. Watterson. i \

"Bayer" and Insist! soon show the people haw a railroad useful of all medicines thus enters on Prof. Duval left Saturday for Law-j I Some m o n "ride y t"

should be run so as to carry andt freight I I: a wider field of popularitypurifiedand ti-y, where he has accepted a position !\ hobbies" because 1 r

and passengers\ cheaply, refined from those objectionable as principal of the Lawtoy high they can afford it ;

make money for the owners. He says I qualities which have heretofer I limited i school. \ others try to ride
labor union except -
he will recognize no Perhaps after I its use. Jimmie Zeigler of :Miami, is the them that can not (ti '
the union of work. In biliousness, constipation head-i afford todoso. Most
for the truest of his sister, Mrs. Josephine j
fr+1 1 u vCnles. he has perfected a system with, aches and indigestion and In a great i' !' I "hobbies" make ex >

I roads he is now experimenting roads-he U able to variety of liver, stomach and kidney Albert Sullivan visited his mother pensive riding.

hi- will buy more I troubles calomel was the most sue h"reonday.: I Those who are now
he wishes! to.
I buy a good many if Ford showed that teasful remedy, but (ti use was often Revival services at the Baptist ,I indulging; themselves In. these "canters" have t

In the interview well arranged neglected on account of its sickening hutch are progressing nicely and SAVED when they were younj: ; i
I he had his thoughts qualities. Now it is the easiest and manifested to enjoy their
used language that wai much interest is being j; they saved and have a "free rein ,a.
und that he most of medicines to take.
\ for terseness. Logically pleasant The services will continue over Sund.iy. "fads:'

really Napoleonic thoughts expressed I'One Calotab at bedtime with a swallow Afternoon service at 4; eve So-the moral of it is, SAVE WHILE YOUTH

I : marshalled words is an attribute of the of water-that's all.! No taste ning service at 8. SUPPLIES THE ENERGY for hard work then ,

you ace the name "Eiyer": on into few only. If the interviewer no griping, no nausea no salts A David Jones hal been a recent business when the years of "hobby riding" arrive you can a
Tmrltajre or on tablet* you are not gat- I! educated site. '
I visitor to the county
that he fun yourself
the expectation morn-ing enjoy some of the
ting the genuine Buyer product pro- with
I came and'
oribtMl by phy..ican! over t >nty-two uneducated man for a victim I :Mr.\ and Mrs. J. F. Houser In other words-"SAVE WHILE TIlE SAVINGIS
year. and proved safe by millions for had an been compelled to I liver a purified system and a big ap daughter, Margie have returned from' ] Goon"
he must have ordeal petite. Eat what you please. N() visit to different points In South at this Bank that
Cold. Lfea.laeheToothache his mind before the I a Open n SAVINGS ACCOUNT N
change :
Lumbago "ordeal" advisedly danger. Florida ; encouragement, Incentive, service
Karat Rheumatism was over-we nay H.E.L. Calotabs are sold only in original, Mrs. V. L. GeIger, of Brownvill" is i i offers you every for savings. t

Neuralgia: Pain, Pain sealed packages, price: thirty-ftv the guest of her mother Mrs. T. J'I( and safety your

Accept "Bayer Tablcta of Anpirin" cents for the large family package, Ourden, this week. ,

only Each unbroken pnck (fi"boxeii contains of ten cents for the small, trial package Mrs. Van Austin, of Brooklyn( was
OF STARKEThe
proper direction lUndy Don't Wake 'Em. U authorized refund BANK
twelve tablet cod few cent DTUjf' amount of Your druggist to a business visitor here Monday.Arthur : |
KIM, also\ tell bottle of 24 owl,,100. Some men get of on their Immense conviction tkatJH the price as a guarantee that you will Wilson who has been at Dank of Helpful Service

Aspirin U the trade MonoaceUoadd mark of Bayer ofIqlicedcl. satisfaction who disagree out w;'1' them an to trron >. be thoroughly delighted with Calotabs. Lake Geneva for several week, spent '! STARKE FLA.nlDAY. .

$Manufacture. of' *. -Albany Jo .-(Adr.) 7d13tepSsfataa' Sunday with his uncle, W. B. Alex- u. _








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FRIDAY AUGUST 17, 1933.
'I PHADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPE.!: STARKE FLORIDA
AGE FOUR


v I IL RAILROAD EFFICIENCY IIIfiH- [knows he Is as lazy as a hired mnn

Bradford County Telegraph I EST EVER KNOWN IN IIISTOIll I 270. ,I Our Next Big Fight
For referring to some gallivantin
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I
P Efficiency nt railroad service is the fellow as one who is mourned by the
and entered aa when he will on1y
; Published weekly outstanding\ feature of the tremendous entire community *
be missed by the boozers-$10.18. 5 >:.
second class matter, at the post traffic movement everywhere [ .
is wit ; Referring to one as a hero and a i ,
the country the duily 'I
Starke Florida. throughout ;;
office at ,
I i being the heavies I man of courage and one who will
I ------=.--- Inndings' ) of freight (j
--
.
but in of this I stand by his convictions when everj
known, spite rec
oer
Editor and Owner .
i K S. MATTHEWS.' knows he Is moral coward and
I body ( a
?>rd| movement< of business, the rail I| A
would sell out for 30 cents $ .21.
-
of In good repaii
,I ruiid" surplus cars
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY nnd ready for use continues to( enlarge I Referring to some gossipy female
estimable lady whom it Is I! aI MtfiP I
as an
that
( evrcy week, showing they; .I
------ I I pleasure to meet and know when every -
r a are making good their promise to d'everything '< I
lI SUBSCRIPTION RATE I:I possible to meet the demnnds : man in town would rather sce ltA ii$ J JW.

(, } Per Year ___________ __________$2.00 I I of industry and commerce.( Es.pccuiiiy Satan comlnlt'-$8.10. *
; impressive is the fact thai Calling an ordinary preacher nn

the raods have greatly enlarged th< eminent divine-GO cents.
Yes, the world i IN getting b tt'r.Rl'I'tntlya supply of box cars in the Wes tin Lambasting the daylights out of

: dog, while gnawing a bone preparation for the movement of the I John Barleycorn at the request of the

was annoyed by a little girl, who grain crops. local dry forces-$0.77.

t I tried to take( tho bone away from him. The American railway associatior I Whoopin'em up for the recall of

i j The dog bit the child and! her father reports that during the eleven weeks I the Volstead law in the interest (Jf

wanted tho animal killed for the offense. which have passed agree Its car ser the local Funnel Club-$0.77.

: ,! I. Tho dog's owner engaged/ anattorney vice division issued l orders to secure Referring to a deceased merchant

and brought the matter before the ordrely return to western lines of who never advertised and who. WIlS '

the court. The Judge\ declared cars belonging to them and suitable too stingy to contribute toward needed i'/? /

; ; that even a dog has rights that I for their service there has been an public improvements, as a leadini

should be respected; tho bone wan his increfme of about ;50,000 In number citizen and a progressive resident L- -

and he had an much right to defend of box rnrs on those roads and also $349.99.! Publishers Auxiliary.

his property a man has to shoot a an increase of about 15,000 on Canadian

1 burglar who enters his premises, and road.s whose needs' were also considered "SCRAPS OF PAPER" FIdH? TO THE fIMlN- .,!, il" ,( y( '9
I the was dismissed. While this o ., ', ., ", I r ;jr
i'' case when the orders were lI ul i 1 episode Is something; unusual, yet the effective April 15. All these roadsare In its monetary museum Bank 01:

t judge should be commended for taking now enabled to hold stored in the Starke has four bank notes-one German -
d' cognizance of it and for his en"o : ::
grain shipping regions! more than 40- one Austrian, one Polish ant t -j .
I I of justice.! The incident furnished a a\ i r
000 cars! In redaincss for transportingthe one Russian soviet. The first is for
h lesson in fair dealing in a simple] crops and this is probably three 10,000 marks, worth before the World]
_
way. times as many cars as were available War $2,380; present value about $1 ,
last year. Furthermore, current reports The second had! a prewar value of $2- : g it:

a' AMERICANS: OP THE FUTURE show Ihto there is no let up in 023; present value 20 cents. The third .

the westbound\ movement of box, ears had a pre war value of $1,011 but is

An idealistic I syndicate editor has md that the supply of box cars for now worth about 35 cents. The no"-

I been I speculating on what sort of a the; grain movement is larger than let 100 ruble note is now worth whatis L. Slayton & Co. and J. C. Mayer HAD PRACTICE TO LEND AUTO, to anyone who wants to play W'l i :

t i being the future American will be. I I for many years.Suhatantlal I! looks like-30 cents. & Co., and Sydney SpItzer & Co SAYS FALSONEThe "The consensus of opinion seem

+1 According to his conclusions our progress by the rail'onds The value notations were made last offered bids for the $4000.00 school to be that wherever an owner of ,i

great-grandchildren will be fearfully in fulfillment of their prgorum\ week. If they were revised this> week bonds that were to be sold to take up with the automobile finds, it necessary to :I' -
) and wonderfully mad lie says they for heavier loading and speeding upm.ovempnt each of the notes would represent a outstanding Indebtedness. : misguided motorist mit others to drive his car he imm.
will "poisons "Scotch, thrift, Irish wit, kind heart who lends his motor cm the position of
}l, of cars is also reported by smaller value. diately assumes
W. L. Slnyton & Co. and J. C. Mayor almost but
German to friend is a species -
English tenacity, patience loud] is a The driver is an i I.
the Association. The average The German 10,000 mark note employer.
bid below while .
,1 & Co. Sydney declaration
par extinct. Such is the
French sprightliness, and Spanish this 28 tons, If K stands not quite- and as an employer he as'utr.
,, per car in May!\ year was numbered, "K-2377182. offered of ploye,
& Co.
1 premium
Spitzer a Fal--
have dash of of J. A. Fnh fancy. They will a I for that month since 1017txcrpting kale.: responsibility for consequence III
tho highest fqr "kale, it is mighty sorry
which the board considered
$;.10.00; afulr
distribu
local
flavor of Motor Car Co.,
I Slavic Idealism and a tiny ( in May, 1020, when it was None of the other notes are numbered and accepted. sone of accidental[ damage.

y' Polish romanticism." 11 fraction higher. Besides, the daily except the soviet one, KA-30'I!, which price tors for the Cleveland six. "Most: autor.-..:ate owners! '
I editor dews'not I I Elections were called for consolidating "Judiciary committees of state
':;( This speculating average movement per ear In !May' probably means that many billions. been willing to( play safe and '?'
and dis their
be Theressa Brooklyn have been puzzling:
sprightly legislatures
tell\ how man cnn \
us a which was in the coun- close
was 28.0 miles, average The paper costs high under pretty i personal -
i und patient at the same time, nor I only once excelled (in Mny, 1917! tries where the notes are printed,, tricts.Teachers. head. as to where to place the responsibility their cars surveillance, but if anyon"ao .
1 both fancy and l ltenacity in all schools of this county for accidents if the drivers -
j how he can possess! when it was 29! miles), and only once which means that not any of the as to lend his "
1' to mix oillf' I are requested to read a selection at the wheels of borrowedcars super-generous
? unless] ho is Uj'ilo equalled, which was in the autumn of notes are worth what the paper are who isn't willing to .. .
and water. And the idealism and romanticism from the Dible each day during the ," he said in an interwiepw yes- to a person
the association) i it h
noted it
: I 1020. It is by costs. i sume all responsibilities!!' i -
that breed only bolshevism tha tan increase of one mile in tho Hero is another reason why tha term. terday. of the legislators that '
and anarchism, is something we ask of There being; no further business Not to he Played: With. opinion
Is I
daily average: movement of a car United States should fight shy should "">
d in such a case
from. tho board adjourned to meet the first I recent hearing in Con- owner
"During
a
the Lord to save us
equivalent to the addition of 100,000 Europe. Their "kale" Is no good. : for all property damage; ,r
Monday in September necticut continued Mr. Falsonc,, good\
,
of Frenchmen
not enough whi''
$ There are freight ears to the country's supply, incurred by his car
L. W. KICKLITER "the chairman of the committee advanced i injury
and Spaniards l! in the country timpress to so that the Increase In average; movement I 'I his possession" corn-tun! "
of
II. D. WIGGINS Chairman the thought that on automobile out
characteristics ,
their upo thrcu-flfths of one
Mince April ( Hew Could HoT I Falsone.-Tampa Times.
But there are quita Superintendent. is not a top to be passed around Mr.
the people here. mile) was equal to adding 60,000 cars A physician says freedom fron

lot of Italians and Greeks, but they to the equipment. The object of tho worry Is essential to the treatment ol' -- ---------- -
:' are not mentioned. The Italians ('nn. I railroads i is to establish an averag locomotor ataxlo.: But a man who : -- -

v not help, according to that editor, I car movement of 30 miles a day an,1 could keep free from worry with loco

it reasoning, having an artistic tempe an average loading of 30 tons per car motor ataila could recover from u

.. ament, as many sculptors! paintci for the entire country. amputated lead without treatment4oulsvlll.

;. ( and poets have been Italians, and the, Besides their great increase of efT Courier-Journal Well Worth Listening To !

Greeks are dyed-In-the-wool commelcialists. ciency in the loading and movemer
Later on will come in masses of freight cars the railroads have alBO i The New Age.
Fond Papa-"Well. eon what and M I
Turks, Arabians, Persians < made large additions to the equipment ; -
Son-"Aw,
learn In school tod'iyT"!
Jon
roccans, who are celebrated for lar.l.: : the total of new locomotive Got/ much, dad. We hudila couple of
ii
ness and fanaticism-characteristic placed In service since January 1 beIng two reolers. In history, n three reel
o which must also be ingrafted on tho in round figures 2000, and tho travelogue In BooRrniiby,: and II op'll

American stock in the days of our I number of new freight! : cars put i In reel nature study They usttn' Iv- tina

.. great-great-grandchildren.: What n use more than 79,000, this being up wild West pit ' jolly sort of Yankees there will\ be to July 1, on which date there wee Eat they Uuu't 'in .It no ...*..."-
.
<
? ., ..r.. then, forsoothl It will bo a mixture 11100! locomotives and 9(5,000( freigli Widow '_ -0- -._ i f Henry
t resembling certain medicines, whic cars still to be delivered.The I

I must be shaken severely and poure need for all of this equipment InvielDI, Aeset. ; Ford
She-"So :you are engaged to Mimi
quickly, because their ingredient and more, too, is shown by the fac
F Baggs. I'm sure I cau't 'see aoytblnf:
have no affinity for each other. that traffic continues to Increa attractive about that woman" H_

There is one race of people in this enormously, the million mark beini "Neither caD I sea It; but It's In the

:, ('ountry'that the editor in questio exceeded regularly every week In thloading tank, till rleM."-ItoHton Traoarrtfit.REGULAR .
takes no cognizance of at all-th of cars with revenue freight I f \

Americans themselves They are the The aggregate; freight traffic in May; MEETING OF SCIIOOI, -

most numerous' and will surely hay according to the official figures/ am, BOA RI)

I much influence on the American 1'1&0 measured in net ton miles (the number -

of the future. We say "America! of tons of freight multiplied by:; Board met in regular session with -

race," because we mean it. The fact the distance they were carried, being all members present viz: L. W. Kick-

is that the more or leas real characteristics very nearly 39,600,000,000 net ton liter! A. A. Ilazen and L. J. Wynn.

of the different nations are< miles, ,or an Increase of practical!;; Minutes of last meeting read and

developed from peculiar environs and 2 3-4 I per cent over the previous rec approved.

conditions, and when these change, ord for any May, which was! In 1917 $121.0(5 which was over paid by dU-
the former characteristics cease to' It also about 41 3-4 cl'nt to
.' was per trict' No.3 was ordered returned when
exist. Thus. from many different natlonalities more than in May of last year, but said district. Th4 automotive industry was young and undeveloped

the American race was developed then tho miners strike caused con Election returns from Brooker and Henry Ford worked nights around a crude machine bench he

: showing marked characteristics shipments to fall off considerably.In Pine Hill( were canvassed and same had built in his barn. He was working out an idea---and in
not found in the nations it sprang view of their equipment purchases showed a majority in both districtsin
t from to any appreciable extent, bu and. their activity In putting favor of consolidation. II. P. Gain- carrying it through he was forced to economize at every turnif --

t' they developed\ from environs all l older"' equipment in good repair for ey, R. A. Weeks and T. C. Hazen he was to succeed. /

conditions encountered in this country; service tho railroads are rapidly getting were elected trustees and seven mills
For developing the resources of anew into fine condition to handle. the voted. Today the world's greatest motor manufacturer...and men-

world it has no equal, for it has: general, crop movement, not only th The trustees of Ziff school were tioned as a Presidential possibility, his words of encouragementto
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been formed while doing: this. In at. grain from the wheat and corn felt. :. given permission to build l toilets at

ter years, when" the pioneering work of the west and nrothwest but the 11 Ti<> school house and charge same to those who want to succeed are:

shall have been done, these characteristics crops in the South and other parts ol tub funds. .. "Study Intelligent spending. Therein lies the secret
will change little by little, tc the country. Never before has there Pine Forest school building having
value
The who studies the
successful saving. buyer
conform with new conditions; bul been n finer showing of wise energy teen reported burned on Saturday
Americans will always be American>:J! and, capacity upon tho part of the night, Aug.: 4th, Messrs. Oriffis and received the dollar handed out is the thrifty

and the attributes which will be fOil nIl'! railroad companies which lire ilemon.ttrating Bryant of that district asked that citizen who always owns a saving account. His dollars

necessary, if they are not already I al what they can do when free they be allowed to have school in the are available for wise investment. He is in position -

hand, will be dveelopcd. from red tape and interference ol church building at Saxton which the ts opportunity whenever it appears..-all
4 The whole matter is plain and simple government managers, and proving board refused, and made the same offer grasp
of which leads to financial success and independence
: Human nature is, on the aver more and more than ever before that that they make to all other places "

age, the same everywhere, and man the less of regulation from Washington : that they will meet the district .

Is the most adaptable of all the anl- or other legislative centers. the half way in erecting another building To form connections with this established banking organization -
main.l letter it will\ be for the lines and for or if they prefer they will furnish

j the public.-Manufacturers! Record. transportation: to Starke.L. puts you in position to take advantage of unusual and
.iirte'a laatCMdr<< tttYS 7......
R. Gainey was given the con- sound investment opportunities.Start .
'r lott',," vitality ant :o..rnv by yurlfyta4\ sod .... ract to transport Pine Hill school to
rlchlutf, the blind. You ..a wan '.*!*.!Stnou! !
ONE EDITOR'S SCHEDULEVe Irooker at $65.00;) month.
.-.ae.rviaur.tlne \:1'r, f-ttc. iHOW'S per
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J. recently came across a sched- FOR WORKING PEOPLEThe
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TillS ale of prices charged by a country best of workers got out of sorts
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will weekly editor, who offers to givepercent a when the liver fails to act. They feelan1tttid Today--This Week..-But Start
lo what w. claim for It-rut your .yMrmof hnlf-aick, "blue" and discouraged
Catarrh or Lteafiivva cuuMvd. by of his earnings each year think "
I and they are getting lazy Neglect
Catarrh HALlJ'8 CATARRH MEDICINE: con- to: an asylum for those! feeblemindedpeople of there symptoms might result in a sick
{ Ins of an Ointment which Quickly who believe that an editor has I spell, therefore the sensible coune is to Bradford County Bank
(' Rellvvea the catarrhal Inflammation and Is the schedule- take a done or two of Herbine. It Is Just
1 th. Int.rnal.Aledlcln... a Tonic, which a soft snap. Here the medicine needed to purify tho system
acts Surfaces,"fi'h.r.I: :: on to r th:IOU'i.normal ", end it closely: I nil restore the vim and ambition oficaltb. STARKE, FLORIDA
condition. For telling the public a man la a I lrice 60c. $old by
Hold! by druKRlKta! for over 40 Years. I
when everybody All Drug Stores
A Co., Toledo O. mcceisful citizen
F. J. Cheney
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVB
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1 I -cn:: are guests of Mr. a dIr G. C, bi-ing Just Foolishness." Mr. K.I;, n>ce "to put some poetry into the let Florida Times-Union, 1 j 1

:Sweat: was sergeant major in the Canadian ter?

,; I field\ 1 artillery during tho world war, "Mister:: ," said the hired man sternly I'd rather bo a kissing bug .

Bits ol LocalIiifoniiatioii lr@ Mr. and Mrs.:\ J. O. Fralick and little land during the latter part of the war "don't you pro: doin nothln' of the Upon A lady's lip; 1, x R "I

daughter, Guilda of Palatka, were ||, devoted his entire time to entertainment sort. This hero girl's respectable nsanybody. Forever passnig. up tho mug 1 +

I recent guests of Col. and :Mrs. A. S. work overseas as head l of the .-Exchange.TKAC11EH.S That might Rive me the pip 1 ),'1 1Youngstown

Trews. Canadian concert troupe. Those who !\ Telegram.I'd .
know :Mr King's work speak hlghli EXAMINATION

:.: Concerning Our People Business and Beautiful of it. He has often been referred rather be
rr; ;;... line of Gossard CorNets to< a chigger
H j i ;4 Progress in the County and Town. and Brassiere at Stump's. as Sir Harry Lauder II, the urea'' Quite a largo numoor of teachers And! lie out !In the grass! ,

I. Scotch lomedinn. who likewise !gavi'' from this county and! elsewhere are For skirts aro getting thinner ,

II'J ;Miss Emma Strickland returned!! to his entire time to entertainment work l busy at the B. II. S, building witting On the. Indies as they pass. t' .

her home at Kingsley lake during: the war. answer to questions lent out by tho -Ditda City Banner. 4l i', ,

? nett Kelly is visiting his sister. A. S. Strukland, of Kingsley lake day after spending a couple Wednt's-I state superintendent. This examination .,4 "

1'tis' Barge, in Atlanta. passed: through here :Monday on a here with her sister :Mrs.' E. MRS. SCOTT WILL ENTERTAIN: lasts threo days<, beginning on I I'd I riUliro! bo n Miller crab b t ""

tour of South Florida. Hayes. W'I I Thursday.Superintendent. And! crab things on the beach, i tj, I \l'1 ,

W C. Yarborough and J. ]M.\ Mitch I I :Mrs. F. A. Scott will entertain informally I Wiggins i Is In charge!: And when the ono-plcco suit came out if

.cored toXJainesville Friday. :Miss Lucile- Mitchell !spent tho weekend Newton Strickland, formerly of !i; Friday afternoon from 4 tc of this examination and will send all I'd crab mo off n peach tw. \ /If:

at Kingsley lake visiting Mrs::\ Stark, now of Charleston where ho 7, hmorinjlI1's.:: Allie{ U. I. iw and: lof the papers to State Superintendent! Tarpon Springs! Lender. t :"

il", Kate Livingston is spending; Edward Burns and Mrs. J. C. Hoover: : holds a ]lucrative position, has beenin daughter]\ Miss Doris, of New Smyr Cn\\tlum ut Tallahassee, who will '. "

u i weeks in Syracuse, N. Y. this section, tho past several daysvisiting na, who are her house guests for the have thorn all graded! uniformly by a I'd rather] bo n gay young man 4 I

:Mrs.: J. B. relatives and friends. week. competent committee. Mid such fair scenes you speak of, ; r
'd W. J. Epperson was'ill Jack pent last week Dowling, of Lake Bullet The Law Bible Class, including!; the Supt. Wiggins and Prof S, S. Dowl- For fli-us and chigs don't mako nut .s:j 'i' '

.1', last week visiting relatives. Mrs.: A. S. Crews. with her daughter,, President A. N. Harper, of tho home department members, and al'' ing! have been conducting normal noise ... t ..

Gainesville Lime Rock Co., of Gainesville friends of these ]Indies are ('orial1yInvitE' ; I for teachers in Starko during! tho last To hour the strongest squonk of. ..itI.t'l'"burg i"{ ?

'. A. S. Crews'! spent Friday irn Mason Tiara was In town Tuesday to offer ''' to call during this time. two months. Mr. Howling has also Commercial 1 '
and family of I /
> "u looking after legal business Gaines crushed rock to the county bond trustees had classes in high school work which .Ii wr
'dHe.! are at Kingsley lake
the Darby cottage. occupying for hard surfacing roads. INFORMAL AFTERNOON PARTY will enable pupils to do better> work tUMtual Constipation Cured 't .",

\ and wide yellow homespun ext term. Mrs. Boasio \McGruderhas In 14 to 11 Day 1J

tOc at Stump's. :Mr. and Mrs Carl Stroman and little Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. White infer also been teaching at the high "LAX-FOS WITH PFI-SIN" U a speciallyoii8tipnunn. { \ -

Miss Elise Jones left Thursday for daughter, Doris, of Tallahassee< nially entertained 1 a few friends or school building, having a numbor of I I'r..pllre.1 SyrllpTonlc-l.l\xII'.h..for H..hitllll! .
(! It relieves but .
DeLnnd where tnm Sty
she visiting'her
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\\ J. Epperson made a recent trip Mrs. and Miss: Xfttle, Dowling of Brunswick Thursday afternoon, from five to seven elastics in the grammar grades. should tin/ taken regularly, for 1 lit" 21 days]
>$ Augustine and Jacksonville. aunt George W. Marks Ga., hnve been guests this weektif at their hospitable homo on San :0tudaroregularactna. U Slunututei vet I .Ii'

:Mr. anti Mrs. s. S. Dowling, on N. derson strtet. IIOI'K CIintCH OKMKTKKY: H"tuluulI.(< .a Very IMnasaiit tu '1'"lu. \

'!1" and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr.,. :Mrs.\ Lucy Powell has returned homo Walnut street. Music mid pleasant conversation tier Untie. -611'f' ,,g

'"ml to Lake Butler Tuesday. after spending the summer in WinstonSalcm occupied! the time until the hosts:!! Persons interested are hereby notified .Lt

N C., with her grand t.ittleIIRR! Louise Marshburn who served fruit punch and sandwiches, tint, there will be a public working J. 1 I.. SIMMONS: l \'I .. .

A Z. Adkins and daughter, daughu.r.Irs.:\ C. S. Ltndsey. has spent< the past two months with followed by ice cream and home mad. : at Hope church ermctery, at Theresa PMIMKER AND\ FI.KC'IKICAI.: .ii 1, .. .. II ;

pent Tuesday in Jacksonville her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. G. cake. Assisting :Mrs. White In serving on Friday: August 17th. Como I C'ONTUACrOUESTIM tiil :

Master\ James Lewis of Jasper who "'. Alderman, left Wednesday for her were Mrs. George C. White, Miss prepared! to spend'! the day, nnd bring : ,\TES CHEERFULLY GIVEN t tI, "a'"

.1> R. S. Powell left Thursday to have been visiting his sister :Mrs.\ J. home in Crestview.Mr. ef Olive and Amelia Ray. working tools. Commlttoi' 8-10-2t I' Telephone' 132-\V i "_." ,

datives! in Newton N. C. P. Robinson returned! Sunday to his! The guests at this pleasant nfTuit STAUKE, FLA. ,

home. : and!! Mrs.' R. Z. Roberts Mid included Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowlim! :MEETINGS OK COUNCIL(

Wvman went to Haynes Ga.,. little son, Alton Jr., after visiting relatives and little daughter, Nettle, Mr. am] No Worm In n neattlty Child

I.ek, on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson of in Staike and Lnwtey for the Mrs. Gen C. White Mrs. C. L. Peek, All chddmn tumlili l with Wfirin. luimi ." i t
Tho council tho town of htti ,,t.iitt"" l efl.
town h"I..I eintl.
: or' hfnhIvolhL' wit ll'ti taut
Gainesville, will spend the week-end :Mrs. J. H Kitch, Miss :May Peck, Mrs .
I past ten days, have returned. ti H' Stiirke met 7th in r'jlulnl' '''', th.'t.s 'slut,?'' "I I Ic r..tnnuu. I ,ll. III I, 'III'u.nP
.1.1, R. A. Green was in Guineaast with Mrs. Clyde Alvarez at Kingsley tings, their! home. E. K. Ferryman and little son, Enl August '.UOVt: Y:4I: I \nicLi'tilliltl\ I luV0'' I ."
session with tho following members. I.y, : fni lean tlin., M ne4, i wiIMtlultM .' "rII" I .1 .'. /
Friday on business. I lake. mett, O. W. White and little dungh- present: T. J. Oriflln chnirninn, J. 1V.Andrews (.III. llllt<*.II.,1 'Pt" I I'I I IM ,I. ul' I.it, ,. 7
__ :Mrs. W. S. Yelvington hns ret-urnol ter, Etholm, :Misses Amelia and Olive I I ul' ; rn, the wLilr'" 1 .?,,i I "

Mi 1 -. S T. Dell and. children\ of Remnant sale: at Stump's.l" to her home, Hustings, 'Ifter'I it Ray. : Jr.of, last O. J.meeting Grillln.Mimik'H were rend ji he"..w iftxrhonltli, oR r ihilwt. t 1.1.the...w...rin.. -. .,?Ih e' ,+,. ', "I

\ ilk-, spent Sunday at Kings- I with her parents, Judgen nd! Mrs. I I.
with Mrs. Alvarez. J. J. Bullen returned :Monday Geo. A. Gardiner. She COKINTII\ and approved 1t
n i> Clyde was accompanied
RE1'iV.1Lr.1'l'
from Jacksonville, where he preached :Mr. Partridge, requested. the council I '
i hy her little son, Billie.
ki I Irma Stilley, who is training Sunday in the Riverside Baptist A revival will begin at Corintli to run a newer line on Cherry ; O
Madison.
street from Cull street to :
i I' . street, to care Hewerntfit
Clarke on a iwo weeks' vacation. guests during last week :Mrs..1. P. by Re\-. J. Woods and P. M cltntttrueted! '
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg and. Tomlinson and sons, Pitt and Laurie, Riggs. All are earnestly invited tcattend. the IniildinKS beint on ,
the old] l hotel block. Upon motion, .
Miav Hilda Lewis of Jasper, came children have returned to their home I of Lake Wales' Dr. and Mrs. J. E. ordered.The .

.1 I 1 lato Visit her sister Mrs. J. C. Iin town after spending a month at I II :Moines, of Lake Butler. ll1eVos bond .
council agreed that the ----- -" ---- -" ---
'omson.'re Kingsley lake ItOSIKU-l'AIUUSH trustees construct polo lines next tho FOR' :SALT' Cheap, tutu bushel Ten- r

I Mrs. LnMira Graham, who spenttwo curb lines where to get tho nnsucu green pod l l bean seed. R I'I'.
:Mr. and Mrs.\ Oscar Alvarez and :Mr.: Malcolm Rosier{ and Miss Laura necessary
weeks vacation with her parents *
Allie R. Law and laughter,, light lines out of the trcosi. Clurk, Starke, box 312. It
ti 1 K Doris, of New Smyrna; are I son, J. G., of Jacksonville, have returned Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Alvarez, has returned Parrlsh were quietly married ut :The returns of the charter election .

i. ri this week of Mrs. F. A. Scott. !I home after a visit with her I to Jacksonville and resumedher the home of the brides parents Sunday held! the above date' were canvassed AUTOMOBILES) buy and sell oMiiutonutbiles e r
mother, Mrs. Lalla Chace. position with Levy's millinerystore. forenoon, 12th:! Inst., Judge iOu. on I and purls. Write or
by the council and. thn result. declared 'i.
\\nD.. D. Weeks of LaCrosse, was IWe A. Gardiner, officiating. The )'ounlCcouplt' follows. : call. Alfred' flurey Ruuto A, ,
Mr.' and :Mrs.\ R. A. Weeks nndhildren left for Wnurhulu, where ;Mr ns Fin. 8.104t
ien the first of the week visitingAny For ,charter 0 votes. Starkc-,
1r'.nls. ( ] of Brooker, have returned are closing out 1000( pair Rosier holds a )good position and 100 votes
to their home after spending the past men's!' and women's shoes and where they will make their futun Against charter \NTJoD-l\fnn: to work on farm.
Instructed to issuehis
month at Kingsley lake. home. Tho mayor was Write to A. F. Peterson Box 355,
ladies' hat sale 1.98 slippers real cheap. Stump's.Mr. .
on I proclamation for regular city Stillku'; or meet! moit Manning1, !

at Stump's. I G. W. Alderman and family, Mr. IV COUNTY Jl'IIiE'i'COUnT election to be held. on the lllh day store, Saturday,
\ and Mrs.( J. O. Traxler and son A. D. 102.:!. Inspectors. 1t'l
at of September, l
\ C. White
anti Mrs George/ are
Messrs. H. M. Snyder C. L. Peek Robert were recent visitors at the follows ].
for the seine wero appointed us 11
Kingsley lake occupying the Scott home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middle- Violns Reynolds, charged with has WANTED] -Comfort* to tie and! plain ;
T J. Griffin and L. G. Powell were : Edward. Burns, C. C. Starling,
cottage. bound over to the fall Prices rt'asunllhle.Ir8.\ a
ton. Miss Hazel Middleton returned tardy, was sewing.
Mtors to Jacksonville Wednesday.Miss ,
Kendrlck. 11
T. N.
with ;Mr. and Mrs. Traxler to their term of the circuit court In the sum ol Ida Anderson., Cull at Simmons. ; ,
treasurer
bond trusU'US i,1'
:Misses Lois Drake and Ethel Raul- home, in St Augustine.Mr. $. Reports of the "+ bungalow It* ;
Loca Sweat has returned to and, tax collector were receivedand
erson who have been attending/ summer another similar charge Rey "
her home after attending summer and Klon-
filed.
ordered SALK: Missionary
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school at the B. H. S., have returned nolds bound over In the sum ol;
and Mrs. H. L. Barker and lit. was
.chool of the U. of F. at Gainesville. : to their homo in Lake Butler. The council adjourned to the 22nd! dyke strawberry! plants, H per

tie daughter Virginia, of Tampa are $700. 13th, to revise the registration( books thousand. f. o. b. Green Cove Ready. 1y
Mr. and Mrs.\ James Shepard and guests of Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews. Elliott Brown, charged with assault J. H. Mar '
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of the town. for Immediate shipment
is, bargain day atStump's. and had his case contin-
battery
Every day Leslie
Mrs. Barker formerly Miss -
was t
for visitn FUTCII Fla.
hildren will leave today a C. A. muduke, Green Cove Springs: ,
Crews and has numbers of old tied to August 21st.
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Ga. Clerk. .
Hamlet N. C. and Ellijay 7-27 t-l 0.14'SEEDSIf\
friends here who are glad to see her
Willie Pearl], Helen and DemarU again. NO FOOLISHNESS I'EKMITTEII I not already on our mulling
I.IKK
Struth
Misses Frederica and Leah WHAT NEnsi'AI'EllMEN:
Wilson, of Jacksonville who have catalog send '
\lint and receiving
have returned home after spending
five with relatives. been visiting Clara Louise Peek, returned :Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Archer, of The young man just home fron name and! address! for our interesting
weeks in bo horseflyAnd
Tampa I'd hate to a
home this week. Jacksonville, will spend the weekendat college was timidly asked by the iiliterate \ with the horsellius buzz; and Instructive new fall entaI 4

lake with Mr. and Mrs.J. hired man to write a love letter Seed Co. Plant City,
r. A. Knight G. K. Lewis and Kingsley The picking for tho horsefly I log Kilgore ,
:Mrs. A. B. Williams is in Jacksonville C. Robinson. Mrs. Archer was formerly to th eaforesaid Swain's best girl: I Fla. 7207t8.ilFOR
Madison
Charlie Johns motored to Ain't what it used to wuz. I
at Riverside hospital but her With a little general guidance fron: .
home Monday. Miss Eunice Robinson, and two NewsMetropolis.I'd 1
Sunday, returning Miami:
friends are glad to know that the (snow weeks ago was married to Mr. Archer the lover the young man did. so. SALE-Missionary and Klondy-

in Lake Improving. Thinking to give !good measure th' ko Strawberry plant, any quantity as l
Judge R. A. Green was rather be a skcetcr.
and !Mrs J. T. student asked the hired man: growing on new land], form fresh
Mr. Quigley spent
rity and last Thursday on with ril< nqueat.
MacClenny then Joy
]legal business. Mrs. Florence Powell, Miss Blanche Friday in Jacksonville. and while I "Don't you think maybe it would biFire For For nothing could be sweeter plants, roady July 1st. If lnt rost.'l \y,

:McNeil:\ Harold. C. Wall and W. M. there attended, memorial services at r" for veal write J. M. Truby Starke fl-22 10-20 I
to Than the picking now
Mrs: Lucy Powell returned home Wainwright motored Sunday Iteming Park for the late President I 1 t
Camp Johnston and spent the day.
last week after spending two monthsin Harding. NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS" ,
YOUR
Salem N. C. "ASK
Newton and Winston- h
Hollis Knight left Wednesday for H. O. Brown and family were called Fertibeer Company h.. furnished Florida
35 .... the E. O. Punter
Chas.. For 0" .
visit his aunt, Mrs.: give
Lakeland to
Misses Schelly and Edna Hutto left will also vise:' to Providence last week on account ,'ow... with f.rtihser.. The continued patronage II' .p.n.nc.d growers I
Larson. While away he of the death of his father Mr. S. I
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North
Sunday to visit relatives in i proof of MlUfaetory reiuln.
Carolina. it in Tampa and Lake Wales. Brown. The funeral took place at p COULU BUTTER rEKTIIUKH BK M4DB WK WOI'II: MAKB IT. II *

Midway cemetery Friday. 1 lI Writ. For N.w Yell Prlrt 1.1... Just Iwu.d. Mil,
\ Aileen Alvarez is at home after -
:Miss:
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:Miss: Elizabeth Brownlee] has goneto Co ,
months In Fertilizer
the past two E. 0. Painter
Ft. Lauderdale to visit her aunt spending One day Hale only Saturday August/ _

Mrs J, E. Futch. Gainesville attending the summer 25th: at 10 a. Aluminum ware, 20
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year guarantee. Ware worth 12.50 _.. - -
:Miss: Rena Stokes, of Jacksonville for II.Q'I; $1.50 value for 5'J! cents'!; s y
Mrs. J. H. Fields] and son, Charles, worth 25: cents for cent each
s the guest of her sister :Mrs. T. C. ware one
left Thursday to join :Mr.: Fields in last. at HrJ'lIT""t
Morris.Mr. while they Nothing wrapped
not wait.
'Altoona] Pa. Enroute they will stop this Hale and nothing chnrvrd. J. C.Manning' may TUBEWith
to visit relatives in Newton, N. C. Better for FREE
and Mrs W. E. Sharkey of Cheap Cash Store. arrange

,Jacksonville guest Sunday of insurance-now !
were !
and children -
J. L. Briggs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs T. C. Morris. the Mr. and Mrs. Homer B. Limbaughand
of Jacksonville will !spend little duaghter: Marjorie Jean You never know when fire may

D. P. Carpenter and Herbert Ritch coming week at Kingsley] lake:Mrs.at A.the Z. who have been visiting his parents, come. It ill 1 an erer-present danger every tire you buy duringthe

have purchased a Ford coupe from summer home of :Mr. and Mr. and :Mrs.: T. N. Limbaugh, left which breaking nut tomorrow ca

3. W. Andrews, Jr. Adkins. Wednesday for their home in Talla may destroy your ome and month of August. Why pay j J


:Miss: Linnie Parker of Brooker I is! Mr. and with:Mrs.: his Walter father S.Bryan A. Bryan.spent hassee. wipe The away very your bent protection aainlClI. in of.fered for tubes when you can get them

Sunday J. J. Zeigler was an appreciated
and :Mrs
spending this week with Mr.
enroute to their home In you by thin agency against
E. They were visitor at our1 office Saturday. He for nothing.
W. Hayes. Tampa after a visit in North Caro- formerly lived in this section and loss by fire._ It I III a policy In the lttl
Hartford Fire Insurance Com;
Edward Edwards, of Lawtey spent lina. was connected with the G. S. & F.1 pany. Your investment Is. made We in stock the following '
Sunday at Kingsley lake with his railway but has for many years livedin 'carry
Miss Beth safe because are providedwith
mother Mrs. M. E. Edwards. Wilson Mrs. William of Jacksonville Wilson,, Mrs. lOtwell pered.Dade His county many, where old he friends has pros were Hound Indemnity you for Ion Michelin, U. S. and Ajax. For ,c a

:Miss Ruth of Palm reused hy fire. Don't delay in-
and daughter glad to greet him. Mr. Zelgler] came'
of
Robt the Ford dealer
A. Rivers
Smith.
Lake Butler was transacting business Beach, will\ spend next week with up to be at the bedside of Mrs. J. I' "rlnlC-it may prove costly. Expert Repairing see

in 'Mrs. J. L. Peek at Kingsley] lake. "ullivan, of Hampton who \I. very M
Starke Monday.4Tutt's
SURE'
ill. I OR SAFE AND "

Misses Lorene and Eunice Hazen of INSURANCE, CALL

Pills Brooker are here taking the teach- The Y. :M.:\ C. A. has put on a number SMITH'S GARAGE & MACHINE SHOP i

ers' examinations. The Misses Ha- of attractive entertainments. for J. R. Davis & Co.

Tk.fine AIM ubmUu. UM hnmlU. the soldier boys at Camp Johnston ... '
mMt tax..Ual. r.D4. np/a&hI. Piles\ Cureo in ft to 1 4 Dayefartire Established 1886 PHONE 120' '
........... The Timei-Union states that L. L. Agency<< ,
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"t"' "...... Blind 'J.II.n-, V..1Ia...I"th-., King, who la well known here appeared STARKE. FLA. -

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visiting relatives in Starke this r
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[ I r.- r Body was Received Hill, spent Tucsdya at the home of I burning feet ?
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With The Bradford E. J. Lewis. I .MENTHOLATUMrelieves

i I Mr.\ and \Mrs. M. Matheny\ were .

: visitors. to Gainesville Thursday. andjrefreshes.

: ; County Farmers I I antey Oliver, of Pine Hill, was the .
!guest "it friends here Tuesday afternoon -

I.........................................................................................1.1I I I and itor here one day last week '-
I Mr. and Mrs P. \M. Padgett
I I daughters, Inez and Juanita, and Mrs Jack Goodge has nil" I'd'

\ I | R T. Osteen were visitors to Starke : ily here from Brooker W,, v '?,1\,
i i LEAP: WORM; 1 .\PPKAKINCt:-; ; FLORIDA FEEDS WEEVILS I 1! them to our town.
i THE COTTON: FIELDSA ;MILLION DOLLARS) WORTH I + Frida>'. | J. Davis, who is .
IN: OF CORN IN ONE YEARTight i ir I \Miss Nellie Lewis, of Arcadia, is a employed i\ the
.\N1) NOT( INJURYShould S. A. L. .
HELP
I I N il tn guest of her aunt, !Mrs John Shriver. I railway carpenter g! ,inir t!, \I'as,
I here for the week-end
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with
the HM
t !Miss Ella Mae Hazen spent fan
f Nut Be Poisoned Says Plant '' Crib and Carbon Diiulphide I week-end with friends at LaCrosse. i l ily.l
1 Will Correct the Evil
i C'ommisisoner I \Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown, of i i Miss Yn'ldnla"orll' of (;, ",",\,'!

Watermill were visitors here Wednesday I visited Miss\ Ethel VarnI'sur.: .! ,,:.
: Benefit\ rather than Injury I Is to be Florida farmers are in the habit of I afternoon. I Friend, of S. J. I'reslotti',,; ,'e-

t+e k derived from the cotton leaf-worm, paying dearly for the privilege ofI I \Mrs. Billie Surrency, of LaCrosse, gret to learn that he has !1"1, ,.n.,

or "old fashioned army worm," as it I I having weevils eat their corn. According passed through here Sunday enrouteto 'ously ill at his home near her.. ,,-j,J
I
Is! known to most cotton planters, to conservative estimates the Graham. I I wish him a speedy recover)

r ; which has made its in the weevils! eat 20 per cent of the corn ---
appearance I Mr. Lyman, of Jacksonville, was a
raised in this state. The figures of I Ti/ERESS-
; cotton fiield through the< central portion r> business visiotr here Wednesday. /
I the census takers show that Florida
L of the state. I V. E. Russ, \Mr. Rainey and son, i I _
) makes about ten million bushels of
,+ which This, is when a light full green grown worm, is or slightly larva | corn a year, which means that the c Elzy, were visitors to Lake Geneva ;I Theressa, Aug. 17.-:Mrs' ..J..hl.f", / '

J over an inch In length. These larvae I state generously feeds to its weevils !Mrs. Hardltig'i Sunday. of St. Petersburg, is visiting rod.' !
Atkinson
and Carroll
eat the leaves of the cotton plant, I two millions bushels of corn, made by wlsu the L'resideut's body Royce Gainey tives and friends here. Mr. Hal,,':
.
i I [ much sweating and toiling. was rccehecl! at vault In III i'li e spent Sunday afternoon in Hampton.Mr. will be remembered as 1111r.''- .,
become
them to ragged.
causing cemeteiy upon Its ar Youngblood and family were
quiet Hinson.I .
of these worms at Two million bushels of corn-1o'lor- In !\flll'ton.AlJo"el'htul'e.
y 'i "The appearance .
I guests of Mrs\ V. E. Russ Sunday.SUIJ'SO
Miss Moore
left
f thin. time," says Plant CommisiflonerWilmon ida-raised orn-led to corn weevils of ceme- I Daisy Sunday fr
( Newell, "in. moat. fortunate. Iin I one year In the state! tars "lth !liiHcit showing Lawtey, where she will be onof! f the
4 i I The prevailing rainy weather, coupledin I Corn may be cheap now, but at 50 Mm. herding sister and! Mrs.the latePresident's M, CITY I assistant teachers in the school

many instances with rank (growth I cents a bushel that weevil food will C. Keinsherff who aecom- b u o '' 17. Messrs. John Youngblood and son, Law
+ amount to just a million dollars, ac- Sampson City, Aug. ton and Newt, of Vidalia, Ga.,
fif the cotton plants, is causing/ more (pealed hotly on special! ; T. Williams and L. Brown motoredto ire
) or leas. decay of the green olls l before '1 cmordmg to the conservative estI !- .train.especially. r s business visiting' relatives here.
f Gainesville Wednesday on -
I II E. Moorer R. M. .
to | mates. Hcnex and
enough
mature
they are open.
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One million dollars fed Florida's i ? -- son, Clyde, vistiors .
Tho work of the leaf worms, in deE to were to Eaif'.rri
I I i T. C. Thomas spent the weekendat
corn weevils every year I Saturday.
ftrllyinJC the foliage, permits the sunlight .
and air to get to the bolls, and I,' One million dollars! Pile those dollars Palatka with friends.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Geiger are receiving -
ti 'f the trees for setting the members of the membership committee and \Mrs. Smith Varnes, of ,.
Re checks decay, hastens maturity ands: one on top of another, and you as ] congratulations over th arrival -
the bolls. ; will have a column of silver reach same are growing wild in many sections the name of any individual in Starke, were visitors here Saturday. of a daughter Monday,

I opening"The attacks of of the leaf worm this!! ing two miles high. here, and can be secured at avery favor of good roads may be added to Miss\ Eva Jones, of Tampa, stopped] Rev. Crews of New River, t filled hu

late in the season will not cut short I Lay them on the ground each to each nominal cost, or in most cases this committee by the chairman of over a few hours Friday with her! appointment at the Christian (church
'
r the cotton crop in the least. The crop !, and you will have a path of solid silver the farmer can go to the woods and the good roads association, and if any mother, Mrs. S. E. Jones while en-1!I Sunday.

d is now made and the boll weevil will twenty miles long. get them for himself. At a conservative individual already named should fail route to Jacksonville. '

+ destroy all thtn appear on What are Florida's farmers goingto estimate, there should be put out to qualify as a member tht his name Joe Williams motored to Starke on
squares
do about it? at least a thousand acres of huckleberries automatically be dropped and the Vacancy Saturday. j To Cure a Cold In One Day
a r the plant from now on. this season.-Milton Gazette. filled as above.It Mr. McCraney spent the wec{-er.,1, Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: !:<,Tal>lirt<
"As a secondary beneficial\ result The remedy Is 'very! simple. All the stops, the toufth end H.eda..ho anti work, off
1 I' was decided, that a speakers and with his family at Louise. j Mid, J E: W. CKOVE miionturo ua cab' >i '
.t from the work of the leaf worms, especially farmer has to do is to build an air. =
1 Miss Ethel Varnes visited relatives
roads association beheld
good meeting
,. where they are abundant, tight crib, shuck his corn and sto"e LAKE BUTLER I
Thursday August 30th, at the : in Starke Sunday. NOTHING LIKE IT ON EARTH
je I many or all young squares will be destroyed I it in this crib, and then treat with
'' coutr house. Messrs. Raymond Pearce and Guy The new treatment for torn flesh, ruts,
by them, thus preventing the carbon clisulphide, nays Prof. J. R. Lake Butler, Ausr. 17.-Mrs. Ida I The meeting adjourned until Au- I Prescott, of Bainbridge, Ga., and Mrs wounds, Bores or lacerations that is doing

i '" squares from serving as breeding Watson, entomoligiat of the Florida Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards gust 23rd, at 2 p. m. W. K. Wilder, of Orlando, have been such wonderful work in flesh healing u
during the balance of the sea- Experiment Station.To the Boroitono liquid and combination
d places and children, Chester and Carl here on account of the serious! illnessof powder
Q' Bon for more boll weevils which may build such a crib it Is necessaryto Mrs. Frank Boyle and son, James, treatment. The liquid Uonnone u
their father, S. J. Prescott. a powerful antiseptic that purifies the
y enter hibernation awl l attack the to a little more and BKOOKERBrooker
crop go expense
of Starke, returned to their home on Messrs. C. H. Smith and E. D. wound of nil poisons and infectious germ
: next spring. The farmer should not, trouble than to build the ordinaryopen
Sunday after visiting relatives and Jones, of Gainesville, were visitors while the Ilorozono powder to tho gnat
: of course, apply any poison or take crib. The willis should be doubled friends in Union county. Aug. 17.-Miss Hattie 1 here Sunday.T. healer. There nothing! like it on rnrtb
'', e.l 1 other steps to destroy the leaf.t using tongued and grooved lum for speed safety and efficiency. 1'nrt
any few Weeks of LaCrosse the
John Padgett\ is spending a Ray was V. Williams and T. C. Thomas (liqUid) SOc, 60o and $1.20. I'owder30e
;, worms which are thus betiofitting his ber and placing building paper between weeks in Hastings, the quest of one guest of Ella Mae Hazen the first of : motored to Graham Monday.W. and COc. Sold by
cotton crop." the walls. The floor should he his old comrades who with the week.C. .
of was :1 L. Horn, of Louise, was a vis- All Drug Stores
t' doubled with building paper between. him in the citadel in Charleston, S. A. :Marks\ of Alachua, was a I
EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS: OF The door should have pads of cloth or C. visitor hree Tuesday. 1 .

I COUNTY AGENTS Backing all around In order that air Among the visitors to Starke Tuesday .. .
Mrs. J. P. Tomllnson and two sons, f "" 'T' L. .- ,-- .
} cannot enter or escape. Pitt and Laurie, of Lake Wales, are were H. P. and L. R. Gainey, L. i '

Ij t OHceola-Truckers who recently The poison, carbon disulphide, can guests! of Dr. and Mrs. J. TO. Maines. I A. Brown, G. Ward, A. A. Hazen, R. : chow Easier Than Ever to
started tiling their farms see the real be purchased at almost any drug Mrs.\ J. E. Maines and sons, J. E. A. Weeks and :M.\ P. MathenyN ,

)benefit\ und need. of proper drainage, store. Use two pounds of It for every Jr., and Hal, Mrs.\ P. M. Padgett and I :-. T. Ritch, of Starke, was the Own a

i heavy rains. having fallen lately; all 1 100( ) cubic feet of crib space. That is, family, Mrs.\ J. P. Tomlinson and sons guest of R. A. Weeks Tuesday.

tiled lands. are ready for the plow if the inside dimensions of your crib of Lake Wales, left Tuesday for | \Misses Willie Mae Oliver, Lorene ,I: tt/ leL'f0iI
and Fruit and vegetable ore 8x10x5 feet, equalling 100 cubic anti Eunice Hazen Vascoe and
planter. Sturke where they wil Ibe joined by Ralph, "I I
growers are fighting. the proponed I feet, 8 pounds of carbon disulphide Mrs\ W. J. Epperson and family and Lucian Hazen, who have been attending ",
in refrigerator charges by the will be needed. i summer school in Gainesville
crease I will spend! a week at Kingsley lake. re
i' raitroudn. Pour the poison in shallow pans turned home Wednesday. ;'
1 The girls intermediate class of the ;I 9'"Jlroucll, the
I and set on top of tho pile of shuckedcorn
Christian church Sunday school! Mrs.\ I Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Baxter of Tampa -
,"', ', Putnam Flora homo bean then close the door and leave visited relatives here Vcii
growersare ,
J. Frank Bennett, teacher, invited the ;i Wednesday. 112ehty.91wdza4e9'.Ian
,
.,...: busy preparing land for, planting for 21 hours. Do not enter the crib boys' class of Mrs J. E. Harper to a | G. B. Colson attended to business

'" picking and shipping beans nine ,I until it has had a chance to air out. pinder boiling Friday afternoon at in Starke Wednesday. ,.I I
months in the having a steady ; If the corn shows signs! of weevil Infestation \Mr. Moody of LaCrosse I"
\ year the Bennett farm. At the roll call I spent "'
f income therefrom. I later, repeat this treatment. that evening everyone was present I Tuesday night here with friends. $4' 0 0will enroll you
Corn treated in this Is harmlessfor
way Raiford Brannen of Olustee
\ nnd everyone enjoyed the peanuts,I was a onthewaytoowner'
T.vy-A county fair is assured asa xtock. Fire of no kind, not even which were boiled to perfection. A visitor here Thursday afternoon.J. ....., you

c result of n meeting of our citizens n cigarette, should be permitted in or number of games were played, and a''I I. Dubose, of Starke, attendedto ,I''
last Friday. I near the crib while the poison ispresent. business here Monday II'' ship. We will
pleasant time was spent. I I put
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The regular meeting of the Missionary I Fred Hazen, Lois Gainey and Ellis I II; the in a
For further information write to money
Polk-Attended a meeting of fertilizer I Society of the Christian I I Clemons are on the sick list this :
': salesmen at Lakeland by request the College of Agriculture Gainesville church was held Friday at the residence week. I local bank, at in'

and gave instructions and I Fla., and ask for bulletin No. of Mrs. Charles F. Rivers with |I \Mrs. :Millie Gainey visited in LaCrosse II terest. Each week

I tion with practical ) \ informa-I 10. Mrs. J. E. Harper In the chair. Minutes the last of the week. \ make an :additional Soon
d citrus. insects and. diseases. I of last meeting were read and 'I Mr. and Mrs. E. :it!. Hazen and B. '' payment. I

terest is being shown by farmers in GROWING HUCKLEBERRIES approved.! After the business was F. Hazen were visitors to Starke on 'I' yourpayments flus the interest paid u

the planting of the Australian black transacted the society was entertain. Saturday. I by the bank will the car yours.

i )berry. | The demand for West Florida grown ed by Mrs. Rivers with delicious ice Nelson Green, of Starke, visited in I III

huckleberries is said to be greater ten and cake. Little Miss Esther Rivers I town Sunday.Dr. ':, So plan to get out into the fields and woods

: Santa Rosa-Weather conditions than the supply, and this in spite of was the waitre. The attendance I Parks, of Starke, made a pro- ':' -down to the beach or stream-the family
are unfavorable ,for cotton, bollweevils the fact that the huckleberry, like the and fessional visit here Saturday ,
very II was large and quate a spiritual eve- and you-in the Ford Sedan. It is ready for
In almost I
doing much danidge. Most pecan, grows more luxuriantly enthusiastic meeting. The pastor, ning. ,I
(, fields treated by Florida method are' every section of this part of the R'y.V.. T. McGuire,,was present Among those attending at Hampton r business or pleasure anytime you step into

t much better than non-treated fields. I state. With this! large. and increasing An enthusiastic meeting of the Un- I[ Bench Friday afternoon were Mr. \ the driver's seat and put your foot on the

demand for this luscious berry, at a Ion county good roads association ,, and Mrs. L. A. Brown and children, starter button.

t>ade-At a meeting of avocado profitable price!', there would seem to was held in the court house in Lake j A. A. Hazen and family E. M. Hazen 'I'

growers August 3rd, a permanent or. I be no reason why every farmer could Butler Thursday afternoon at which i and family, Misses. Eunice Hazen, ,; It is a car for all weather with real comfort

I ganiintion was formed, its sole pur- have a huckleberry grove coming on, committees were appointed and the : Willie \Mae Oliver and Fred Hazen.Mr. for everyone. And now it is within your

', pose being to study the avocado and secretary Instructed to correct the ] and Mrs. II. P. Gainey an- reach. Come in today-get full details.
to Improve its quality and cultural we shall probably have orders for five tho birth of 12.
minutes to show the names and duties nounce a son August
I methods; all other matters )pertainingto or six hundred tons. Much interestin of the various committees. i i Messrs. Royce Gainey, Carroll At- v-

tho industry is to be handled apart dipping cattle for the tick, as the The committee on constitution and kinson, Livingston Russ, Mrs. V. E. ; t

from the association. owners are not willing to start thru by-laws Is composed of Dr. J. R. Mai- .; Russ and children were visitors to J. W. ANDREWS, JR.
another winter with cattle as poor as!
res, S. T. Dowling and Jesse Johnson Grhaara Saturday afternoon. Authorized Dealer
.
Ij ke-Up to the present growers last winter. Jr. I Misses Ella Mae, Eunice and Lo

have been unusually successful in the It was unanimously decided that rene Ilnzen, Misses Cantey and Wil- LINCOLN FORD, FORDSON

control of rust mites. Indications are Walton-We have Just had an agricultural the committee designated as a campaign lie :Mae Oliver and :Messrs. Fred and I +' STARKE FLORIDA

that we.shall have much more bright school for our farmers andit committee also act as a booster ,, Vasco Hazen were spend-the-day vis- R
fruit than usual as a result of the was a splendid success Had splendid and membership committee. This itors at Earleton Beach Sunday.

l' treatment. attend. nre. Will have another committee is composed of II. C. Pee- :Mrs. O. W. Thomas and, children .
school In October.SeminoleCelery. '
pies, A. D. Andrews, J. M. Mann, J. .iAr\trF
; r Hamilton-All hay crops are making B. Crawford, J. S. Howard, A. I,. ,

1 rapid growth, and! range condi- seedbed are rr- Prlpfirers" U. L. Reaves. W. :M. Whit- ,, For Sale

tions were never better than now. pressing nicely. Lettuce aoreniys will ten, R. H. Roberts, Lee Brannen, J. J. k
be smaller, possibly: thin last: year.
Blackwelder, J. J. Bielhng, J. B. _ _
land into cultiva-
New being brought
Marion-Farmers are planning to Crews, C. C. McCall, C. A. Roberts,
co-operatively order their fertilizers; tion. .T. S. Brown, A. T. Mizell, It W. Ral- Sixteen shares in the

ford, Ralph J. Groover and W. O.
Brooks. capital stock of FARM

GENERAL INSURANCE The following committee on state ERS AND DEALERS
: aid was appointed: Joe Hill Williams,
BANK of Lake
Butler
r Charles II. Register, A. D. Andrews, ,
INMAN & RITCH
J. S. Howard and B. E. Brown. Impressive Fla.

a FIRE. BONDS AUTOMOBILE talks in behalf of good roads
,,. LIFE '
for Union county were made by". I
e. Located in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14 IT. Osborne, E. W, Miller\ 0. L.

Houn En.i7 Day. Belle and A. D. Andrews. Mi-I| Lockhart & Mathis

STARKE FLORIDA j It was moved and carried that upon -

recommendation of any three Haines City, Fla. -

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thi; 1IclJDsv: : t )g J JI through it rather/ college.difficult However, he found Would the coal chute ? r a solidly built town, and there one at .th.. ri>urthou'. In Rtarkrfor- -tin ordpr

to make all ends XO ? bus to ..-.1at\ nrlvat* lala all riuht\ title and In. -
not to travel fields and
meet-so through tenet [if Cecil Whttvhr-nd, anil Kunica Whit.
regularly ha would write to Well then maybe I woods, in order to get to another partof hrad minor hrtra. of tha aajd Laura Whlta-
hm .
b -THE MAN WITHOUT As thrifty Scotch father asking for The hrnil tliioraitpd In anti to the following nam.
financial kindling wood. I Severe the town, as we have to do In I'd IVK. .1! niatn. Ituat. and lylna In Uradford/ t
THECE'I
NO PRESEMTulttS help.
ATCH county. .Florida ,...wlt I
The father Starke. However, the thing has been All of Ix>ta T and 8. Block two. Town of
THB TIME wrote to Sam: "I don't What is tho name ob yuoah chile ? done and it can't bo helped.WATERMILL J.uvncv. Morldn. alan all of Lot 84, East
want to hear another appeal for t...",.".. Floi-ldn. al.n West ona acir of .Lot
from help Her. name am Opium Poppy. I ------ 4.1. ;...t Li>wt.,. FlorIda, .leo the Kant Half *
you. Opium ain't no fit namo for a gal Indigestion or Sniiih, Ka.t Qimrter of Northwuat gnartor .
The next $t-c. 22 Pi',,. 1, Kmma 82 .:"'.1. otinlilil.illK
month this letter came: Well, it fits dis gal, for dey Bay dot 20 a......, more, or 1 Itva.liHRECCA. .

[)('al' Dad: This isn't an appeal. opium comes from a wild poppy and "I had very severe attacks of flunrillan. of C,.MI nnd Kunlre: WIJ1TEHI Whltrhcnd.AD. ml-

I only want to report to you that I dis chile's poppy sure am wild. 'Indigestion,'' writes Mr. M. H. \\.ltcl'lI1ill. Aug.! 17.-K.\: H. Carter flora.s4)TICE. I.ltt.Sl! I,4 :

have no pants." Wade a farmer, of R. f. D. I 1. I of I .uko, Oki'ochobee, spent part of > -- --

Weir, M,... "I 1 would suffer las from
fricotihero I
weakness. I would last
burned notice it. try week. JUT mid, 110./ I.KuivJ. by. tha tax "on"" .... for ,,
the biscuits. You'll have to to eat. then tile terrible suffer Mrs I'henia Parrlsh, who has been !Mradfurd. ''.'"OIY. Florida. >Hld onrtillrata No.
be satisfied with a kiss this ing: In my stomach I I took tiM lii-lnn. dntrd Jllne 7. If 117, not mild ciTtlll- 1.
I morning. medicines but did not very ill lit her homo near Lake But. f'ut li< No. I ft.a'In., .. ilntod. July. I I. SDH. anil
Hubby-Just as you slly-cal1 her Ed Purdy Says get any .aid, evrtlllcnti, N... 107 .bring dated, July I 1
I.
in. better. The druggist recommend t is much bettor and. i in able to bo It'iiii' ,. nuil unlil ovrtllli-aUi N... Oil' bring dalail ..

i Christopher Columbus! was not *! j hern visiting hot sister Mrs. \V. R July 7. IJIOJ. has Hied ald curtincalt-a In my t titt ..'
ii "0.> nnd I hnji mnita .
nnpllifntlon for tHx diicdrt t' '
only an explorer and' dNcovrrer .
i
( Hodge. l IMIIK" In nrrnrilntx-u wit h law lha .al hut a prophet well_ The minute o..nlilria.i, i"'Kmwti\i' >ly embrace .
10- I can't !Bleep until I tell about as Thedford'sBLACKDRAUGHT If the followInit 1
you .1. F. Turner and family lire visit Inniln ,In Hrad/ord rounlv, .Florida '
The Way it Goes tho money I owe you. he saw America he said "))ry ing relatives in Georgia. .. ..m>il. nl llui rh,... of the iMilnnite. of utah an.i ,,,
Land." I .\ln 1 Mnythe-I hear the flip Miss Why did you wake me ? Now Icant Mrs. D. Thomas. and daughters, iiarliculnrly nut forth ,...w'' I ::5.141 "
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CYrllnratp No
08 FinbrarM Lola 1. 9 and
fi i her complexion. sleep I lie Only Smiled Verlie and Anna Hello, were guestsof It.Unknown.Hlk II' In 'town of Now Itlver ..Mca...LI -4 s a f

}Clyihe--Yfs, n sneak thief relatives in Starkp and, hawLey $
Ctruilcala yr.,. I IM .
,ned her handbag: One pastor hns been obliged to leavea Dumb Dan-Is the pleasure of this and I decided to try it. for. .. I last week. II In! town: of 'Now Vy."I rmhraoM auoMml Iota Unknown 2. 4. Blk

northern :Minnesota\ town. lIe has dance mine 1VampEvery say, I had tried others for two :Mr and Mrs. Ellis Bailey and children t.titicute ti' In town No'of 'Now Hlvor.: ''"'" a aMi Lota>..,..1 1.7. M.It.111k I '

married so many couples there he bit of it. or more years without any Improvement of Plant City, are visiting tho tin vnitiri*.

">ner Thirty-Match dll 's.you, double or hardly)] has a friend yet in the place. PETITION: FOB FI.ECTIOV! TO rONSOI.I.UA"fE found the in Dlnrk-Draueht!my liralth. I toon was hitter's. parents, Mr. and, :Mrs. 1-. S. JO'In Vrlitlcnt I"haat...... or aMii" New.N iiitl.. Mlv.00 Unknown.vmhrfic,. tI.-..,..-.23.Lot'1'1'0.8.Blk S. It(th t.. .. C

I'. SCHOOL DISTRICTS acting: on my liver and caging Fowler. I'llna, iuld ...,.UI1..I.( ..i shall, .ho .rmh-emr4 I

I Common Sense? Ilrtioklyn We. the ub(untlentlunetl school district iiualilietl, iHtition eleetora the hon.of the terrible pain. Miss Linnlo Parker left Friday for .fcorillnji. to I.",. tax il*...l will !.,?? thorI ... ,

oruble board of public iliKtructitm tu grntRO "In t... ior three! wee!.., I Starke to visit Mr. anti Mrs. K. W. "Wltni!.n t ., my lot' oinolal Soy, ."' aliinntur S"l,"'mliar( A. 1>. Jlli.l.

i itizen (from his bedroom I! Cop-Have you got a state licenseto Krooklyn election! nub t4 Hetiuoi> ilutermlne Omtiiot whether almll bo or oonauliiiutud not. found I cou'd' "o back to rating; Hayes.M. Iliu lot day of Auuunt. A. D. li>and ll.!! peel thIs ,
I .y, licu2J..
01. Now
'iv I
drive (1. W. AI.UKKM\N.
< -Say, you down there, who a car? with 'IhertHiiin. HOLTj. nub iichuul dietrlouJOSKI'II weigh H7 -PR1 anything I wantto II. !Markey, who i Is stationed at Tlrik, CIrcuit. Court, llmdronl fountv.. Flit.

talking to ? )fotorl Certainly. Do you wantto 1'. PA inerr and by t&illg' l3Iock-Vrllught Fort Penning, (la., was. the weekendgu 9.1t411..5.St.(Oll'nll By C. A. KN"'il' :

see it? .1. S. GK1NKK. 1I.17-11I-A-OI 1 at() not .uultcf." __ __ !ti'Itth.2et! t .
Mt of his parents, Mr and I Mrs\ ,
Blonde Bess Cop-Don't talk back to me. If !\.n'flCE TO nEllTORS/! AND CRErHTOKS Have you trfcd: Thedford's NOTICE': TO CONTR \rTORH(
Opines I All puntnnit lntlvbt tti the eetaU* of Corn Black-Draught t? If nut, do to II O. Markey. Soal'd b'd.' will .It.. r..relv.d bv Ii,.. 1\.1.
you've of Itnntl
what TriiMo .
got one, do I want to see < of Ilrn.ifor.l I'onntv. KlorInn. ,.
Tulbert Hullowl law of liradforit
fhe clothes the flappers near I for ? If didn't Florida, deceiuted.. will ntivh debts furtli, ft .'
I jit have pay
you one, then I nt $Irke. KlorldM,
Over 8 million! NEW RIVER until a o'elnrk
cold.year. p. m. of
tre a great deal like barbed wire with. and all persunn hitvintr clultna eaIn.tiaiO packages J*."P.i-mhir 4, I1tl3! toil .
I'd tit that
want to see it. eatato hnll IIlu the mnno' tluly.. .mitlitmt! a At dealers'MULTII'I.ICITY itiwiioil., lion. ntibllHv
for tho fnllnwlnir'
t -they protect the property catetl. with the. undtireiKntrd ifJminuitralorwithin r Komi Nn. 11 .tnm. on Htnta' '.
In Hm.lfiml
'in1' don't obstruct the view.everything two yearn from AuifiiMt. 14, 11I2a. n. UJ.J-, .!_.._-o-, ,. ? ** New River, Aug. 17.-W. J. Ltnd- Mtvllnn "V Drnltinirfl cimrHv striirtiirnt: Stitrlte'
;: "
they uill bo fonner barred
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Will this bathing suit shrink ? HOVD W. HOLLOWAV, -....- -" /soy made a business trip to ItrookerSaturday. to l.nwt"-..'. UrMtTM ".wlo*/ to IIiirhlnn' i. Aitltt"lflittt .
l mirth 13
Positively not Miss! AilminiatrBtor F..lnlf Corn Tnlbert Ilolliiwayduccarad. tnih'u. S
,
shut up for the 8-17-llt-lO-l.\ A.iimtx.mntiilir' 1HO cubic yiinlii CI... ",\' .,
Cflult'rtt.' I.
Show; me a cheaper brand. OF AUDITIONSTito :Mt'Ksrs. Pave Oreen and ohn Pnuglans rr utru.'tturm.'
rairnt A"llrn.hmllrl." )' I IMO/l/ ....""..* rel"t..relnlW
.'tr, ]1. S.
of Pine Hill visitors hero
in1" depends upon you, my dear. PETITION FOR ELECTION TO rONHOLI1IATK were Tour mtrh tmnhm, .(.,n'llo'e' with oov,. 1 'it,
thing else !is.i'f Epitaph : SCHOOL DISTRICTS Many Divisions Would :Make Saturday. A|"tlir>HM1MIv( 2011 lnfc( *.l feet ......or.l.l pipe ,
We tim un.I"on.d11100.1! vlvotora IH hirlii-H In (HaitHMfir. I
oThereRHa
Here lies our wife, Samantha Proctor cubMtchool ilmtrict., pftitlon the hon. Subtraction DesirableStnrho Herbert Norman, of Vnnd,>rbllt AmiroxlmnU.lv 700\ lltirul. f.t.l .no..t.. pica "' '
oriihlu board of iiublio InHtruction to vrunt an was visiting friends here: Saturday 24 ImilitH ,n illttnirtor.MiiiMtnmtvly .
this steak i iu none too tcni' Who ketehed a cold and wouldn't doctor election. to tlftormino whether or not Thervann '\I HUOO lIned feet IranUfl tnAiamixImHU'ty *- \ '
end Urooklyn aub nchuol diHtrirta .h.1I] afternoon.: tie iticu. t. J I
COIlBOlldlltV., in troubled l with too ninny Pledger, Johns of Gainesville 81 M. F. 11. M. ,ro...... t '
"''4nt do you want it to do, jump up She couldn't stay, she had to go- C. L. OILYARD "additions." Had the town hocn built wasa Iniiiitirnl, linititr.AitMxfniHiily I I. 'a
!ti l M. .K. -
H.
W. M. DROWN caller here Sunday afternoon.! | M. untreated I
yerl! Praise Him from whom all] blessingsflow. V W. MOOKK more solid wp would have had fewer fttrucluriil tlmbvr.Kirtion .
J. W. 1I.t11EMARK Miss Tiara Cone of Brooker, was Ml'. I'li'tirliiit .n.1| irruhhlna., arinlinir 4 $
,
('HAM)[,EK and shorter streets, which could.! hnvo the guest of !Miss Irma Andrews,! on nml ,drntnaii trtilun, Htnrk t.. 'Mm : : '
f
Oh. That Kind J. E. PHILLIPS been kept in tip-top order 1110hapM -- Aljittliuit\' oiMinly tin.. ApiiroxtmnUt Ivnvih VI : '
f
M. HAI-I. or. Sunday., tlllll'H.ApimiximiitKty. :. .
'I'i Smythe-Here Holmes in Molortown __ S. R. SWINDEL. 8-7-llt-8.il I been paved, and fewer fjuttor 00 *crv. clirlnw' anti l ariih.
comes Harry :Mini! Jewel! Wiggins. left :Monday Whir ;

He's a regular human dynamo. Sherlock-That man in the black ... and ditches to ho kept (clean nnd wn- for Fayetteville, N. C., -where' she will I fiYPtivntlttn.Appn.xinmlcty A'r..hn"ty, ,. sitteR oublo. ynnlii rouitlm
4.tr..w'. B LeD.t. ri.oi _
Mi.. Blithe-Gee, is that so? and blue ear is an enemy to all dealers ter and licrhts: could l havo rxtendoil' allover attend! school and visit friends.. gilt I 210 oublo' yurilH. el HUH "A"
revores vitality aoi 'IHTKV} by tniriryUX and town. Now the town is sprt-ntl'! I cottcri'iff for It n''.".......
'
\Hi Smythc-Yep, everything he in automobile tires rlchlnn! the blood. -i -.uoafMl a'iStrunaMilon. was accompanied by her brother, ( AuinuKlmuttily' nlJ'0"' "" rolnforclntr. .

i I charged. Watson-How do you know, chjcf? iavUotatlnu: II.'T. PrIce ..e over n large arl'n. thickly built inflame n.! Jr., ns far as Luke Duller and her j I ite-I.live!I Ij ruIn tuiH.nii. ...mllh.'", with .ov.,. t- ti

Sherlock-A simple deduction, Wat- parts, while other ports fnrIonA' futher accompanied! her to Jackson I I '\Ai'irn\tniHt" ISO liiiuHt fret ootiui..ibi.. v\im\ ,,

)intBrooklyn has his flivver He drives around with anly a distances are without tiny rOMI-ldences ville. I I ."mh.. In iiinmpr| ,
man son. To Stop a Cough Quick 1'2 Apiirfixinmli'ly SlIt lin.ul feet concrete ".
at all. Still the streets that I tni1 lu<.. I In .|.Iarn.! .....
"n-u ncd to follow him all around the spare rim on the back of his car and tuke. Evan Hodges visited, friends. here ,
HAYES' HEALING UONEY.sr'coullb a Annro lmntiily M-IOO lIned' feet 1r.ttl'.J ,,
the different! muctbe
AK'! carrying a pail of gasoline: in the tire dealers worry themselves to medicine which stops the cough by connect portion Sunday afternoon.Among trestle pl.Mi. ,

'nt land. death wondering who is going to get healing! the darned and irritated tibsucu. kept up and so must tho ditches t thom from hero attending I I I I tuinl,proiilniNt4i1y, tint her.I 7I! M. F. H. M. trriilt.t. .truoI I

the sale. A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATT that drain them. tho party at tho homo of !Mr. tutu I A '".....I".I..ly fl M. JI'I.. N. unlrentwl ,
SALVE; for Cheat Head Cold and Hlrnrtiirnl tln.bov.
I BI'm afraid you're not quali- Colds After the original survey of the Mrs. Lester Johns Saturday, night i All work I... b. dona In nneonlnnr. with
Croup is enclosed with every bottle of I (ho ci..... And .ttnrtu..l InHtnii'tifiiiH.. ,ittfiHTHl
v for the position; you don't know Officer, stop that man! He tried to HAYES' HEALING HONEY. Tho salve town embracing only one "forty, in were Misses Inn, Minnie\ Alphie lint! lirovlHUiim., npurlftl rntvUions, pttoinantlon.i 1y

.u.> thing about my business. kiss me. should be rubbed on the chest and throatof the early RO's had been completed, Rosa I Hodges Kvert-tt: Kenfroe, Henry ."A.! iiroiMwiit rertltlinl 1 mid chvcVt contrnot.or a Itlijilitni bond .*. ti

Applicant-Don't I though! I am Never mind there'll be another one children suffering from a Cold or Croup ninny parties, believing that the boom Turner and Joo Moody. eti l on th. mtiinlifil form, In th, nuni of $...rut'j,(
The he.llnll.ffort of ttayaa' IhallDft Honry In- Inindn piivHhlv,' In K H MnKhcw chiilrmtin -
would continue
then existing bought
.m/fligNI to your stenographer. along soon. I aide the throat combined with the healing effect ofI : IttnirH nf b..n.I triint_ii of Hradfonlcount
I (..rove' O-Pen-Trale Salve through til* pores ol from one to forty acres each and cut jr. lorlila.. nnmt nucoinpnny mih pr i* I
I the akin anon stop. couth. poanl
How Sam Won Early :Nuts Both remedies are parked In one carton and the their parcels up Into additions. First Agricultural Problem Solved. 1'liinn Hrtd nM*, lllc.llf.tii are onI/ ,. and

I I COM of the combined treatment la:33c. eRnie Johns' addition, then Temples, A cloHO study of sells tutu, mny I Im .,uwnmlm nt tlm iCier of the coiintreniflntwr 15
cropsAhWlt Mint mny bo mduroil. nn mipllralion
Sam had left home when quite IF I "Just ask your druggist for HAYES' ,' then Truby & Davis, Livingston, Tru- that I II"* relation. Is purely natural for the niim of ,.'1.. Pnlliini BLuR..

/oung, bent upon working his way A burglar was in your cellar | HEALING HONEY.MOTHER'S. by & Co'a addition, and Livingston lu Hint t l

I Truhy nnd Co's sub division ( Reno). i once for n rcrlnlii Mull IH. titi.. entirely K:. s. MArrifpiw
- -- -- -- ---- -- ---- 0. A. FtJTCH. Chnlrmnn.
Then followed Cooksey's, Young'iTow1ing'e to the tleiimnilN, nf I II.,,'"'' crops for .a .Rprt>1 t..v. /$B-fl.fll-rt-H/ : -

-' .". I v" ,,,iP' i-l'J Thoman' Ewrrly's. (fns-! ilt'lliiiltt iiiuniint nfuirr, nnil' tyarriul Ii. NOTICE OF. !HIIKItlFF'H! !: ". "WALK' SM
"f < : : J'li nI food, I In
i.--'J n M'coniltiry' cnriHliIeratlini -
>.. U" -.i. :" tt1t1Jrttrz Notice la hereby .
that under and
c. "' kin,, and Wynn's additions. Later teivn by (
: .
JJfUf X V> WWW", 'i nid. MM (hi-, i'mi I'lixlly |I.i .PIIU"d| i| vIrtue of that curtain execution INMUIN! uut. ..if ,
It .. followed' Jones', Alvarez's and, Matthews' thu elrouit' outlet of ItraiUord. County. Flor .
but
I by 'I 111010'11' IH
World May Doubt the Dreamer, mutt' >" III)t Hi.il'i'" 4
The ,
r I Ida In a. certain c....... whvreln J. W. An.
Dares not Doubt the Doer.LBuying I additions. The last were Pei'k -- urewa. anil J. W. Anilraw Jr.. oopartneni.tlolnir I

I tW--.I., ; '. and, Rising's additions seventeen in NOTICE OP ELECTION!: titiHlnetiN. under tha llrm name. and .,,1...
.
I" of .... .
J W. Anlr. A Hon. ... .plamtllfi' anil,
:.' sometimes huve I I. C. L. I'eeU. mayor lif Stark. Flu., byvirtu ,
to. 'It all. The additions .. nf the A. J. llryail la defendant, I huve levied uponnnd :
authority vented In nm by law,
I '', '. : between them belonging to tin I hereby cell election to he held will ..,11 to the hliiheet. and 1 hash hldiler .
Small Towns ? tracts not an at tha .
in | for ,
Power caali. In front of ,
I the eoiirthuuaa door In I
j 'M If town hall In Iii,, aforeealil town by tho quallllvtl : llradfonl: : I *
tl' ;! any established division and, on the vnlera therein. on Htarke. Jounty. Florida I on Monday. '
Hepletnher' H, lOifU, the ,
Politicians who doubt where the strength of Anierioa lies .; 11 !. wpt and south they are mostly flanked for the TUr.SllAV purpoN; ,of HRI'TKMIIRK electlnii: : the following It. 1II2S OITI- auto ilay, anil between the lama leval belnic liuura. a of legal aali, .

nuitn- Ii! ..,,-.i '''' 1 the following. Io.or.l..tI real ealato, lylim. anil
should examine the report mude from a survey of thirteen ., 11 by similar land, becnuso the city errs 0"0: Mayor.One telnir In llradford County Horidn. "lo-wlti, t ;

trade. 'f1.'J fathers of former days wanted plenty Tha tiouthrnat Quarter. of Northweat (quar
central btates in relation to farm mid town I llrk Truiuiur.r. anti Tax Collrolur.Ona ter .n., tha Went Unifier. Hotitnweet ijuarl .

IOSH population tho 2.R of elbow room and wanted the Manihal.Two ,,, ..r of Northeiut quarter urt..Uu". .....r. I
I .
of 2,000 or ( alil >n for tw.
It is found that In town: yvttniThrov
...
1f! Jownahlii H $ ,tIu. Itanuv W Kant: containing, u
\\g RC'.M..I1Qtl'l aliltrtn for
bounded regular "fortylines
farm trade represents.about 76 per cent of the total. In dry town by AaMMtor imv yvnrOtle ft'' acnqi mora or I....

in hardware 8.:) per cent ; ill 1'-0.' r..u. ," except on II part of the east' InHpneUtrii of Mali) <,|i>ition : ICilward llilrnN., W. 1. BPI'KltHON.
t'ootls: it represents 80 per cent; ACt UCAS1 LIt.: C. C. Hlnrllnic. and T. N. Kunilrlck. Hherilf of llradford, County, El...
and in side where the "main ehannel of the K.: M.
JOIIN8.
building material 80 cent ; in furniture 70 per cent, In testimony wlivrwof. I hvrvunlo luhiiflrllfamy ,
per
Alligator" ( if It could have been ,, nqinu "0,1 cat... the Hi'iil uf tha acid town, Attorney fur I'liilnllira. H.rt-/H-H-3l/ -
clothing 68 per cent. THRONEA t<. ha hereunto afflxmi' till. 7th titus ..? Aiitfuat,, -a .

Automobiles are sold in these small towns to the extent ofPO xri-iit ilwil U lic-lnif, ".1.1 l l ""'' found The) outlines WOlf the of boundary.Starko resemble ft I'1U2 H."II. I Mayor C. of U ttarko I'tr.f.K. Ftc Heroliy MASrF.lt.S notliie. la NOTICE mven. Hint OK under 8AI.B and by I I
t
per cent of total consumption. These figures( are startling wrltlt-ii I iiliotit. wiininii'a puH.Mou.HuiKrllflul B-10-81-9-7 virtue uf that, final tlt-cre. of fnrecluaurv ".",1..
-0 .. ttt.lii .. soda cracker, nibbled by a mouse on liy the judua of thu circuit
in towns of from : i H-ii nut "v.'' IIt'n era court in and for
and they run only slightly lower : nn. l-it'.ittrr 'Ili'lil' fo'p .,.. "Ide and piece bitten off 'OTIeK liP' APPLICATION VOlt TA '( DEED!I llrndroril, _."',"'y. rlordii. chnnovry alttinif. I,
2000.;) The small town consumption is more than nftj per ': at nut one a square <;.'>IIH'1f MM'TION JTI flP' rim ': on the: nth tiny of I.I.h.: A.: It. ItUl! I
1111'''. nl'iii.tviiiniiiia' iiurtiiuli[ -tulitmr in one corner. An Insurance map of CBNERAI STATUTES In favor of American Aurlculture Cbefnlrai, '
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.. ., with Hi>n cent in line. IHT ei-iuilly luau unuuliout a corpurntion. an umnplafnnnt' audairalnat
every | the town, showing all the buildings! purchimar, of ta* Halo oitrtlfifatfi,; : / / niiinb, r,,l lr Klixaliuth; I've:: defenInnt.Ii ,\ I4. thsl
whero the market lies for American! man- IHT riMit4., I It >iuultl "tat. imf |..r"Tllvi.y| 2lin/ 2HU HUM./ 1.1! and' 'I tIC, Imiiiml. ,. a
This shows undfraiunej.
survey nut mnal dllliiuU tti llnil n stTltij of giil'J-1' look like a portion of a map of the toy th. lax ...11.'....' of llrniirord! oiiunty. r"la, tifTer fui', Hale .In fnml, Me of Miiielal i tile uuurthoiwa,Mnfttar: : wilt:In >,

ufarturcd goods.! .1 t emphasizes again the unportancoot more fl|INcTISt' )iI.: n urn, fl'"' "I','fI.I'1 I starn thick clusters in places un.l .,,1,1 eirtiUraUM. lioinir, ".'.d July. 4. 11121.l hue Htarkd. Ilrailford, Counly, Florida, ilurlnic. the '
the interest of the farmer. The lai'nwr Inimlvtil woman"" Mlffl miiil oiirttHfaU-a/ In my nlTlcu and haaniaili keel fiotira of tale on Montlny', tfeuttitnlter. 5.
legislators looking after anil to iicwiriun.It Two .
all In other regions. Itptillrntfnn for ijrvija
at tux
and nothing: tu IHMUI In I II!.'.'I. t In t the I. hlyliimt and brat bldilor for eiwh, I
1. awakening to a sense of his strength pojitical neonom- mny hc that '" .nlf) r'''xir, Uf.It..If'tdl of the additions, are losely built, two tt''pr Halil,liinri rurtiflcatfa with law. the fuiltw. nir deecrlbed .....,....rt'. attuated. I In d.I t .
consideration hu is likelyto l lunrf-aunViliitf, I uiiil over-liunK' in' Unless ho receives more /serious! folU ,, ''nu. 'landa In Urud furl .
ically. or three others. lens! so; one oddi'Ionhas : county Flurlda.lutfli N.,, it,.-.,.t Quarter of Northeuxt Quarter, I
"* litt* !lli'uwl to 1 Hiw fln-ii'n mil ..; HMU at II,. iluta of the IMUHMIIM of .ullh "fctiuti 1
prove a troublesome factor. *>t the I"I'II'lito.. nlf' uf w"i. 1'ii.' one residence, and ore has none rtiflcabta In the namc rtraitvetlvaly, hi r*- H/.itli.;. B-t HI.Juarter 1'ownahip:; "f 7/Northweat, linnira 2J Quarter Rant, alao of '

wall. Politiolana both in the Mates tlotll'lIOIIKH/ the liiv. wl''a; itiafttrr. particularly Kft forth to-wit, : riitiliMi,' 11, Townnhlp 7,
Tho writing is on the "She no i at nil. ''"rtlllcalu No. 2IIU.' ombracn HouthwntQtnirtnr Itanuu u Eiul -
to tht.. ground. The she I'lin pon/ tin- front gate' 1111.1. I or Northwnut ilwhty' ni'r u. more or I....
ami I in the should keep their wr i Every addition was equipped with Qimrtfr of Muuthw I!:. M. JOIINH.J. : .
nation trull (Ito Ml<;>wttlk. of UUIIU&t'tk'.LfcIIui.u Ju.irlrr N.-.. 2(1.( T|,. II *1. It 'i> Esat:, tan
....,..
to.LGood
VOIce of the home town is well su&iilatelL1Uf:,; ULcuy.It at leant. one street. Homo of these. ,..-r-, ,. arfnm.*d J. .H. Abraham J. r. lOl'l'ELL M.el.

ins)' l-i' tln"Hunlltnv:a vft-v treets, connecting outlying portionswith "'n.' I'rrtlllcnH', nl HW' No.C.:.,, itHII of Northwtwt.mbruica. 4 Qnnrttfr A boicln-of _1:1,11._: __,..,. for_ Oiinplulniint. t(4.tt.M.lliNOTWE

born III I h. tjniln i'f HOIIHJ itm,"nili I ,< the town proper. are still used' ) Houthraiit, Quart anil run N RIO rt. I a.1 h
and Competition I rt. StrR/ ft.. to lund line, then" W mitt ft op Ari'i.ITA'HUN roiiT\v tierii
[ Roads _____ ly InflliwrJ wjimi-n. 'J'hoy I Utwufclnd others have fallen into innocuous dsuetudo. .,. 1., box, H..... $Sll.: '1'... a, S. n. *Z K.. 4 ..r.... I, :MiKU; toIU lION! I1S (IP 1HK I
I heir |uor ,ilxt: with morn puzzliiig> problciru) bru'bt'i.s! mtiiHli'tiv/ ;; i..l.. ili) u" |irotll .ul"DUB Streets in additions. that C'i'ri illcaN, N.,. 3"! 4 ftmbmocii all tut Nortbaat Ni.llea. I. hereby.. ulven that M. L. Jtihtia, ,
Community building is beset have been expunged <{u. rUr of Northeast Quarter; fl... I 13. l I.ur..ha.'"r of tnt ..rllll.... No. OH, tlatetl the
than IVi-hap. one ol the most iliffirult! ot and waiirli-r..l tv..y tl.,-y ,,,.11,1 were not platted, I'll.. 7, 101. K. I KZ! .;.. BOO uerai.. *....Man. !
one might .uppo* of good not have the 1 lame rlstl't". by the plow and yield! crops of corncowpeas Soiithprn Cattle K*..dlnir Co. certificate' In my office and han matin' appll.
solution being the problem created by the extension lhc t"-1 .. til" C,-rtltl".'. No. Ball .inbrarM. Writ Unit of nllun ti., tax ...... to .leeuir In aocor \VJn'thT ts
P a-e or strawberries I flnuthwuat duarfr 11.0. 2ft T,. 1. H. 1(. iiil with law. Haiti ...rtln.... .mb., .. the fill- 4'' *I
ctiiett IIt.'rlmlJ'ly fir t.IV..II..I)'. Where U Second ,street? Between t,.. Mil a...*., aHacm*.! Unknown.C i"wlnw. llenarllietl property, nltuuUd. In Ilrail-'
rOl1l1s.The road spell tho development of I will I la etioiiHl.itl' to iir..Mt : I .rtinc;/ .t. No. 54$ .mbr..... Went Half of for.I .ounl,.. Klorltla to-wit
world admits j.\od\ cuwlU8loii, tiiiu the bUk.r l : Firstand. Third streets, of course. ffoilth.ait <)uart" r of Niirtha (juart,, (if I-i.l four. IllMlc aI: 'In New lUver. The Patti. r-1'
the of education and a better UIIJel'btu.lJ1lin* iuj Northwest Quarter and k.at Half of Month.' Inn.I twlnw, ameaeetl at the .1.. .. of the I..
America spread diirerence of opinion (Ost rtfv: _it nuil g-xnii's- |"I.af". 1 Pur.le-find Second street. mat Cluartcr. of Southwot Hvmrlrr nl North. Pounce Hi ailah. ...lin.... In the name of Un- it
among neighbor There him been much! eitrfh I I" wiiiunn'M I Imti. rrsn-'ii i Our sister town, Hampton has acted West 4..r.. ... -.. 11. Tp. B. H. ,I. 13 a., 10 lintwn.L'nleca.
first built by stores attracting I .en.. auManxl i. D. nillbrandt. said ertlneata ahall ". reilnemud .
I foamt lump.Vim aoeordlnv
however, ilK to whether xilluip-si( are throne- more wisely In this respect. It began l'nl M ..1.. eartiflaati* bal) .k. ""..mi" la law, ux tleetl. will ".". thereon
residents or by incrtusinjf residents attracting Kiores. enniiot wiiit woiucn tn .HnVdlH ... the center and afrorillntf u law tax diwd wlU has,". thirrmin on the 2ntl day nf Septemher A. U. 1921.!:! j
the fact remain.l' that the Vltlmut n"Jrl't"tJ.I'f:! Ihr ; its growth from on tha, loth day of BepUmlxir, A. D. Vfi'H.Itncwa Wltne my offielal, alicnatitre. and ....1 thIs
'Vhichcver theory ZanY 1,,, eorrcot door of 0..1"1. LIBa.III./ "- .<. d.'d not get wild and run away and my olfialal alirniitura and meat thIs on the rd day. of Ueptemher, A. II ltfjl.J. : .
verI3rely on tlc ptosperity the 81h day of Auirmt A. D. 1021.J. : ( W. | f0
!: AI.JEIVI\N.
growth! of any community d.peuds lion'". You' cu'i'"" wot .". hit only the high places. hence it Is. < W. AI.I'EKMAN. Clerk CI........ Court. It

of its trading sci-ioa.; tiltS I'OtilitlllH I '
that roaJ.iaimply than w'.lhulfc; .If. ; n i inuf es. -- (SRAM' By C. A. KNKJHf -_- ,

Some villages 01'1'10/ iitnflt.-d: geographically good of tavn.Thn < r f tiM: Jr-n.; n. .. "I- .", i ..ti i fDC'CD ((2J tI.1 '.In., t.1I.1 Deputy flark. NOTICE OF APPI.NATION FOR TAX KKn i".J

up an UI"Y KVPiuie for trade to go out (-01.1! churity of flif n'ni" >. T"" ,', COFFINS & CASKETSAnd NOTICE TO IIIDDr.R.4 INIlKK HM IIOV $7t OP TIIK ,
:
theK"i. of Janp-r in such thorouJhfar'hiC'h not put women J'1"' ,... The board of .bnntl truat.a nf the town nf .fcNKKAI.. HTATIJTrH ,
an element NotIce la hereby riven that W. B. Yarbor- .
must be balanced of tiii'! & by the!; an, -untafe'CH Ut-rivc.l. i>,y" the It.UU vII" 1U1U/'h./ ... ." ;.,!-..,...: a Full Line of tlay Stark..j 'Bapt Florida.mh. will rMMlva' 3, for bl.la on the 10th' a. rough, purehuer of tan eertlflcata 14.,. Itlt. q
f'urtlJ. Toa\ cuuji1 1 ;.1.1'! j is i .ss* aitpply tr.JI"; oil foy :hI :'otalri .bp dated. the 4th day of July A. U. I'J'Jl. hue filed .
lArmer. toot *. Und.rI.A..SupplisiAUTOMOBILE Internal aombuatUm ana-lnta' to ha Initallatlt laid .ertlflrat In my office and ham mail. I .
extension of Rood ronJ" ... -- th. lIght and watar plant. Blddraa' u, fur application" for tax deed to 'laeu' m acct>rdanc.
The'lc The .t'1I1' -tMon w''II.! rcne" (IphiiWt I- <
halted no.ii it wl;"e that they :.shouJ! bUtit- f '.> ftw*"'rt ttf vi MM' MM\ HEARSE I oIl. >n which, bid la nwda. luwlnatlettcnhed. property altuaud. In llradfonl i
sever can be to imow 11..1" of ...":" ... I. ,. Alwaya on hand.. The best ser- J. T. QUIOf.EY: County, rlorlda.' to will ;
rmiit come) .
eVe< '-?-> 2'r- "t + I 'nl mTchfTitt I C. A. FUTCH. Chairman. Northweat ( ".rt., of Southeaat Quarter
: : pie-i' .tr.: J" -KiHIf. --i. item at the .lowest prU.. 8p. /flection'l.
take the. home-t.w.vn U (;1.... 8-U.-, ? \ To. 8 a. R. 29 Kaat ill acre*.
,.,(\_ tf lJf''I'OKH' v.(. 'I"t t they maat \\ :..',< e-JI- '1', cUI ttntlon to telegraph *>r- The aaltl. land beIng .._.... at the dal.
ti
th' ."poll 'tii-e ';niul mow them concIu"ivcl1 V-n vt'.f! t I'" I-- of the laauane. of such eartifleatv 'In th.
AM* mora li.t.1 -.r .. Registered EmbalMer. NOTICE nam of Unknu.... unlaa aaftl awrtifleaUfahall
t.f M'W _U '. 2 Nttl. .la harvby glean to all .
In be
advantageously.Tbrj pvraona leemed '
aceordinv to law, Ice deetl
they i-T\J* nt. .-oi" 'J
ran h'wcf.'n stt're.; L. IK;! )1'...... -.i <, 1DeWITT :e..t.ad In tha MUM of Laura Wbteha! will, laeiw thereon the 80th day or Aucuet
eoTrr.'K! ;<.rt in tl.n "mall town Is notVwPer 1.r 1.-: < .' JONES ..........d.. of Bradford Snooty Florida that A. O. 192I.Wltnru I
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ard Vi1:1W": t..twflocn. 5.b.eea '. auardlan of C all W I
1rl00'el bOlt Between town I ..W : : my official ala-natur and anal thin
and < l'l'per, 'cad Eunie. Wnltahaad. minora. will I
1'1 the 13th day of July. A. D. 1KZ1.
city and It.,". n. T-a! Lit.'-- Mlow baa; i"3 pja,;{), Lilt be L.owt: ( STARKE FLA Aovtnt' II. A. O. 1921. at 10 o'.l...k la O. W. ALDERMAN: ,

1_. .. ._. .. anorntiaaapply to Ole Hon. R. A. Ora. Cork: Circuit Court Bradford County. FTa.
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA 'ttrt'Ifiyyrr'ert''i'' "- ; I FRIDAY 'AUGUST 17 190*


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I --- .---. __ did singing that precedes them: DIG 33 YEARS FINDS PRIMITIVE TRIBE I PETITION DATE FOR: SCHOOL ELECTION DISTRICTSWe TO CONSOLI. Chace Colley: I' l'c ::':. :u, d

I A1FHABVT Thursday, 8:20: p. m.-our Creel d the undesigned qualified elector of Carpenter D. P. Canon; ,
OUR ADVtKTIMNO Ch.ce, 1..11. R.
Theresia sub-school district petition the hon.
I c Teaches. I
,
I and What it
I oraole board of public instruction to grant an D
Friday, 8:20: p. m.-The Holy Spir i election to determine whether or not Iheresi Derby. A. M. I U,
d$ FOR KING TUT in Daghestaiv i and Brooklyn sub school districts shall Davis. W. E. '
Strange People
1'' : it'" Teaching on Christian Unity. l I consolidate, Unwbna. D. M. Davl. "
kf 8:20 m.-Why Wai 6 C. L. GILYARD DRVI.. L. A. Jr. D.vlo. L,
Saturday, : p. Think Americans Walk Up-
I W. M. BROWN arby. Id" L. De. or
It M"It D. W. MOORE .
JeHUH Baptized Derby Annie P. '
j i side Down.A J. W. BATTEN: IMwlmg. D'II. .
DIIUII''
I & MONEY Sunday, 11 a. m.-Pure and Undefiled Carter and His Aids Defy Torrid I P.MARK H NEAL CHANDLERJ. Uowhnll. Fronts

Religion. a:
f I'' Heat, Wild Beasts and Insect tribe .,*> primitive that It believes E. PHILLIPS Ed..rd.. I. W. Eastrun,
I. the Unfinished M. HALL
ou con gave today 8:20: p. m.-Finishing K1pereun; W. J. Of
; cy American live on the bottom of the S. R. SWINDEL. 8-7-31-8-31 La,,
Tasks of our Fathers. Plague in Search. EI'I..on. Lorena
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world, and are therefore In darkness, F
t
( Read fire "lid"} oinst.7Jitan : 8:20 m.-The Devil and I NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION Fetch ,
Monday C A.
: p. t-" "'-,..................* has been! found In the mountain villages The board of public instruction 'of Brail- Futah.: Verdi. FJ I d
His Tricks. of DaghoHtaa by Dr. B. A. ford county hereby calls elections to be hold G
: { I i I.t ThiT<*... school building for Thorrma dlaI Griffin f
think what
: Do they got T. 3.
acssr oJwoZ.y. Tuesday,. 8:20: p. m.-The Ark c I you Golder of the Hoover foundation. I trlct and at Brooklyn school building. for Unwv, .i
I 1 Type of the Church. t was worth. digging 33 years \ I These people. Dr. Golder said upon I Brooklyn' district i to determine whether ornot Green.. R.U. J.A. Grill lrc, tL1,
the two districts shall consolidate, elect I
Wednesday, 8:20: p. m.-Sin and its I \: f.orr 1: 'I his return here, think that Americans three. trustees and determine" the amount to of H
Haynes o. L.
... j do their plowing while walking upsIde I millairo, to bu..-..-..... Said elections to be II
Cure. ....,.,............,. l held Saturday' Sfpt. IS, 1UJ3. Hull N. D. /1.
I, down with oxen to whose horns candies I H'Hyc". J. C. Hem .
For thn ..
These meetings will continue Indef purpose of holding I said eli..tlon lit .
Hoover
C. F. .
Valley of the Kings. Luxor, Egypt 1 I Ii"
are tied. Believing that the world Thenwii D. W. Mix.rC.. Sullivan and S. Holfman, A. P. Hollhlgl".oII,
initely. While the world hns been following K. Bwhnlcl are appointed maniiicera.
1 1I 1j U table shaped with themselves on Its I For the purpose of holding meld election at ,
with the interest I' Rllmllh..pl''. R. S.
We
I' are pleased and curiosity 110
with unabated Interest ,
I top they feel that the Americans are I Brooklyn. J.P. Padgett.. Joseph Bolt and J. Hnyw. E. W. .
j being manifested In them. The spiritof the wonderful archaeological discoveries I Indeed unfortunate because they are S. (;rmtr are appointed L. W.managers.KIKLl'nm.. ; Holtaendort. C. S. lfoy 11,?,' : '2.g

co-operation, brotherliness and liberality In the Valley of the Kings little | compelled to live In eternal night H. D. WIGGINS. Chairman Iemingway F. G.I a

.- has been beyond our foundest thought has been given to the years I Doctor Golder said that In many of _Superintendent. 8-17-rt-tt-14 Inman G. 1Il. InmoJohn.

I expectation. "The truth in love" has of toll research and patience given the village* dolt .jHtloiis( greeted him j NOTICE ()P' APPLICATION FOR PARDON I I .. M. I. J Jail!

been and will be our motto all the by archaeologists In these far-off ,I as a man from the world below. Take notice that I will on the llth day of John. A. H. Job,
rains. I September, A. D. 1U23. or as soon thereafteras John. Jet? John
way. Come. Some were anxious to know how I may be heard, apply for a pardon for I June.. D. C. Juhr
It 1 18 perhaps little understood: that Willie Kite'. who was convicted for grand Jenkins. A. O. John ,.; ,
W. E. DAUGHERTY I Americans mnnngpd to about. One
the recent unearthing of the tomb of I I' get larceny accessory and receiving stolen goods Johll.. F. B. Jones d.
Minister. old graybeard, sorely perplexed- by in the circuit court In and for Bradford John.. Llese JOII" ."
wnonv.IC King Tut-Ankh-Xmen by Howard Carter i county Florida in November A. D. lUJi. I Junkine, R. lII. Joh.
: what seemed an unsolvable riddle, mI
Anyone desiring l then be
I British excavator represents a |I may heard on the K
,I GLORYLEAIS finally came to the conclusion! that inasmuch meriu of the al'phcstion.IL I Kellrr J. K.ndrle,
AND
"BEAUTY CALLS of
continuous effort of 33 years research A. GREEN. KIt. David Kn.h'.
TilE WAY"The and excavation. Carter began as American are a wonderful 8-17-21-8-31 Attorney for PUitioncr. I K".. Jas. Kickliter T .
people they have undoubtedly -- Kite 8da. Kit III
With The Churches digging on the sltn of Thebes, the ancient
Kicldlter.
J. F.
I In.I"nST Kiokhl.
taken a lesson from the fly and learnedto NAMES STRICKEN FROM REGISTRATIONLISTS 'II
( meeting at the Christian church capital of Egypt, when he was I "Icllliter. L. W. Klckll' II
walk upside down. hniaht D. E.
eighteen and has never ceased his labors At a meeting. of the town council of the I hnighL.gergren
l CHURCH BULLETINThe Sunday evening may well have been "They thought I arrived by way ofa town of fetarke, held August. la, Uij the B. E. L Long ,
Cornet
following names were stricken from the "
termed a flower service. Not only He was never rich enough to conduct hole In the ground, the ladder to istration books of the said town. The coun reg Lung t'. H. Leh .
much in evidence taste- cil will In seanlon the 1.lmhau"h. 'r. N. K'"t
flowers on 22nd of
were has invariably which Is kept by the czar of Moscow, day August. Llnbaugb Lllh.n
but -
Bible school hi. own excavations 1UJ3.
will restore
meet at the any names that may have been
{ k fully arranged, but many of Starke'smust worked for others. Some of Doctor Oolder asaerted. erroneously stricken M
usual hour Sunday morning 9:45! Mnryan J. W. Mm ..
01)] : C. A. FUTCir.
handsome ladies were These people still make Bra with
young hIs most notable work was done under Mlltlhew.. E. S. MII.on II
Clerk.
J. T. Quigley, Supt. The services among the choristers. The whole pre- Theodore M. Davis of Boston, who flint and steel and use stone ham Anderson, Gorge .________Removed Meek Muse. Middleton. W E
morning and evening will be of sperial Anderson Eva ____________ _Kumoved. I Mitchell::: .J'D M' h\I'I 11'm
and Justice :
mers shepherds' pipes. n II. : \
\ sented a charming and colorful ap- from 19O7 to 1014 discovered six royal Burrows, R. u__ .. _____.-__ _.liemove I Miner' Morgan. V
interest. Last Sunday, the pas- and the flower of Starke's tomb and a wealth of rare and valu- Is administered through trial by ordeal. Canova. J. K. ____________-_. .Removed Mnlt. H. D. Mlddl.n. So'v D
pearance, Campbell E. T. __________.____ Malllln'l. J. C. Mntt.hewr Ida
tor the of the Sunday The who of remarkable Removed
was guest "Billy young womanhood did not have to able antiquities. In more recent years men are Cooper O. G. .. .. __________ _Removed I Mult, W. R Mitchell 1..clll
Club" of Jacksonville and do- Carter has been associated with Lord physique go about armed to the teeth Cooper, Audrey _______J______Rembved McMillan 1'. S.
"waste their sweetness on the desert for they are feudlxts. The families : Davis. J. R. .. .. __________________Dead N
I f livered an address to over fifty of the air for the audience was so large Carnarvon who financed the excavating barky J. M. __________.--___Removed Nee. M.I"I N..orn R
I j finest professorial and business men work of Tut-Ankh-Amen's tomb. live in stone huts In the pracUcally"allellOss I Dover Perry ____________________Dea.l Nef' E. R. Norman W If
i tiil Pastor Daugherty was hard put mountains. Duke. R. E. L. __________--______Removed Newman.. M. D.
to be found in the Next Carter has derived no pecuniary reward Duritn P
city. Mon C. A -_ ______Removed
for finding seats for all. The singing, from hIs years of research. Although the people are Moslems, the Fling. A. C. -Removed P.rk. John Peek _
duy he speaks before the same bodyof Fling. Frances _____ ______ Pare PIqturd I.t.P.rkln. .
.Removed .t.F .
led by W. D. Daugherty, was as usual n
found women not veiled and because of :
I at the are
American visitors newly Peek S. Peek:
__
men on personal work. These Green Floyd _____________Removed. "
men excellent. The service delighted tomb have remarked that the now the present shortage of cotton cloth Hemingway, H. D. _______---___.Dead .. W. II. Phillip.. Emil,
: go out each Sunday in groups and Haynes, J. O. _....__ __Dead Peek Harriet S. Peek Clara
thru their --
of the audience and the suit only clothing consists of
the senses famous excavator wears same simple :. JelTcoat. Drayton ....____ ...Removed Powell, Florence E. Perryman ;"' "
I speak In churches, whether in cities, them entered their souls, making Of clothes the same hat and shoes sheepskin coats. kite, lIun). __?___________Removed Peek: lIIyra P..rk.n. tills

towns or country, some of them traveling them more receptive to the earnestpreacher's dally Sunday and throughout the "They nearly overwhelmed me with Sloan.Moitt. A.I. _E._ .. .--._.:..-._.._.______-_-_-_-_____Removed--..Dead. Quigley, J. T. R Quigley. Mlnn'' W

150 miles by auto to reach the 7M1\ hospitality," Doctor Golder said, "ap- i Smith, M. L. Removed
t words. Smith: Ruby :=:::::::::::::R':moved Ritch N. T. Bitch Herbert
place where they are to speak. The Called Modern Hermits. pointing an my special guard a one- I Wentworth J. H. ________Removed Ruch J. H. Rohard Emma
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"Hark I the numbers, soft and clear: bandit who had Ems., P. M. Hitch l.ahelRobineon
results of their work is wonderful. Carter's devotion and labors In the eyed thirty-five J. C. Rebinon Vera .

Another company of men doing the Gently steal upon the ear; cause of Egyptological science are notches In his warvlub. He would I, LIST OK QUALIFIED VOTERS I Rey. 0111. Ray Amela
Now louder and louder rise not let of his I hereby certify that the following. is a correct Robinenn I. W. Ruddr.h learn.
me out
same sort of work is known as the yet typical of the example of all excavators sight. list of the qualllled electors of the town S

\ Brotherhood Club, and before these And fill with spreading sounds the I British Amwiran and French, As a result of Dootor Oolder's visit office.of Starke as shown by the records in my i i Stump., F.. N.F. Scott. LsunStarnb.rg
skies." In the ancient ruins of Egypt. These Into this unfrequented region the I SternlKor" GwIC
men Dr. Mullen Is to speak on TuesI C. A. FUTCH. Sbtrunk G. M. Setrunk' Clara
men may be described as modern American Relief administration has City Registration Officer.. Swett F. A. Starling. C. CRo..r. ,
I,' day next. The men of both these organizations A Dan .
I Starling Clara :II.Sta..II.
t METHODIST hermits In this n.OOO-yeor-old Valleyof sent rations for 10,000 children to the Austin H. Andreu
I help fill the ofIt I A. O. J. D. Sap. C R.
pulpits the Kings. They lend a one-sided mountain villages where starvation Is Alvarel. J. M. Andenon. A. W. Sratrunk C. H. Sapp Nnn
k' churches during the absence of pas Sunday school at 10 a. m., L. C" Alvarel. 1, W. Alvarel S. L. Sapp 8 Eva .
off from William Drlscol {V.BM.
\ and narrow existence.- Cut general. has gone Adklns. A. 'I 851,1.:: : Snyder, H. :
, tors on vacation, and Dr. Bullen was Prescott, assistant superintendent. aU civilizing and uplifting lnfln, "nces. to Daghentan' to take charge of the Andrews, J. W. Jr. Andes Jane Smith E. H. Snyder, I'ra"
' asked if he would Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 m I. Alvares, Alonzo Alderman G. W. Simmons. J. L. Silcox J L
; 1 not like to have- a p. the score or more of them who comprise operations. Andrews, J. W. Sr. Strickland, L. W.

e group visit Starke on Sunday, Aug.t by the pastor, Rev. L. B Simpson. tile foreign colonies of Luxormove I Alvares. Errol Alderman, Dora I r
Anderson, Myrtle Adklns Lois Truly J. M.! Thomas E. M
t, 19, and take charge of the services. Prayer meeting every Wcdnesda;y within a narrow groove and seldom Miss Iris Epperson has BBryan Truhy J. J. Turner, J. 0
I In contact with one returned J. R. Blocker, E. i iHim.lul T ., L
The men were invited to do so, am evening at 8:00. even come i W. mu Mallory Tumor F
r ., Jacob '
from a visit in Lake Butler. Bryan W. lit. Thomu W. L.
y' arrangements are being: made to havea A cordial Invitation extended to alTo it another. Bryan 8. A. Brown. M. F. U
,
t The Valley. of the Kings and the Bl' wnl.... H. L. Bishop Nina R. I Ugiow. John U low. Loul. B.
bunch of these business men for the Uranke. Albert ,
\ Barkowits Julius W
TTieban .hills 4.0 miles'! the Nile
i up NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORSAll Brown '
1. : day. The assistant chief of police is -- Win. Brasli-y. O. L. Will, E. E. William uweek.
with wolves perilous Indebted to the MUM of Cons Bennett. G. H.
From Cairo are Infested iioyd. J. I ... W, T. W.lnw.f"ht. N f B
one of the members, and it Is hoped Cure a Cold. wildcats, foxes'! snakes, Talbert Hullowoy.::) :: late of Bradford' county; BiUsdL-n.' W. W. Burns. 0.1 I Wall W. L. White J, W
jackals, ,
deceased
Florida
will par such debt forth! III".... E. L. Burn. Baste W..k.. R. A. Whl. O. WWlllime
I i' to have him on Sunday. They bring Remove the needs of one medlnm- lizard, scorpion, vultures, beetles with and all persons having claims aunt Bishop., H A Beck Fred J. (1. Will. J. v
t '* their singer with them; each group size grapefruit put the pulp Into on md vermin. The archaeologists' liven mid estate with shall the file undorslKned the sam duly administrator authenticated Brown.: H: Y.: Bryan. H R, I I Wall A. E. W.ln..hrht. WI
Brinson T. A. Brown Henrietta White. G.e. C. W"on. L 1Wnmwrl"ht.
I r", "4 furnishing one.I quart of cold water anti boll slowly unpretentious stone and mortar within two yeara from Atiiciist. 14. 1U2J or Barnes Spencer BrownlM, Etta Mary O. White Noble IGyWiggm
I This Is unusual for antll: It Is reduced, to one pint. Strain muses with nothing but the barest they will b. forcer barred. I C .. U. B. Wall H. !CWhit. :
an opportunity BOYD W. HOLLOWAV. Canova. P. E. Cone, R. C. Ina Wnten Fred
the people to meet these men and to and mveetun to tnstc. Prink onehalftho rough-hewn furniture and the most Administrator Estate Cora Talbert Ilolloway, Craws A. S. Colley Lydia Weller. lIllIbel Wall lI1a.la
I quantity bat just after retiring at primitive household equipment. Thee deceased 8-l7-9t-10-12'. Crutchfioltl Chas Card E. D. White Ethel M. Wbgins Ida
Ir Fee with what spirit and power they
night and the remainder cold In th house occupied by the American ex-
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"carry on. The public is Invited. moroln the fecund night U
Ul'pellt
;: ; parts was built through the generosity -
Services at 11 a. in. nnd 8 p. ni. eCt'lh..ry. I- r
i I of the late J I'lerpont Morgan,

--- --- who was moved to pity' by their privations untbtttt

''I I p A MESSAGE TO TIlE CHL'KCIIKS: Furniture F'ollsh. and exposure. r.- :
I I'l.' f. For an excellent furniture polish mix Plague of File and Insects. I Attempt Glorious Even Ilk( F.0s
The natives of the valley are pathetically -
i' Greetings: If I preach anything together half a quart ench t>t IlIrp..ntine. I
j and untutored. Food Iscstroe
poor
i
t pnnillln, vinegar and nienlhjliiteu
that member
of
prevents any any and Water where
expensive.

I 'J' church from feeling free to attend my shake spirit In well a pint uud] HprlnlUe buttle. When u little In on use aloft It exists at all has to be brought from | Climate Regulation for ImmigrationFarmers I

1 I preaching, and from being able to peg and well rub on the furni far In hand buckets. The nights are
difficult obtain. The in particular be interested to learn of the f
heartily and conscientiously fellowship ture. Polish with u soft duster. cold and fuel Is to study

1 ;; me and bill me Godspeed, please heat of the valley Is severe during given to immigration and to know that research shows that climate

l point out to me what it is, and I will Season for R'Jolclng.RJlOhteoun"H8 the day with and files the and entire- area In-Is remains a dominating! factor in determining the sections
plagued pernicious
either prove plainly by the Bible thatit '! trl.*.fl by adversity has sects. of the country that arc to be the future abiding places of those!

it Is authorized and that duty demands good grounds for Its BorrowOvid.
glorying
I The American visitor to the cav who cono iy :y shor'eil. Previous occupation plus climate seems fG .l''lQtt lCW3DL1LkL.YR
that I preach it, or I will .
which holds the Imperial
ernous valley
i f to settle the question.The .
preach it no more forever, and beg dead of bygone ares Is' overawed by

4l pardon for having ever preached it the majesty and dignity of the great, movements of our new arrivals demonstrate this fact in NO ALIMONY NO DIVORCE

at all. Climbs in precipitous sandstone cliffs that stand no uncertain way. A large percentage of the Scandinavian
to Top No
While on the other hand if you can- sentinel on either side of the necropolis. arrivals have already departed for the farms of the Dakotas, Increase one of questions divorce. the It bun alarming Leon

not attend my ministry and fellowship Musical World He Is reminded of the heights of MinneMotu, NViseounin and Illinois. frequently soil that the reform

I me because I omit anything or the Grand Canyon of the Colorado or this climatic influence has iu athaiilageH, but also it has its should be not In this. divorce court
when the noon- but In the
of Yellowstone falls marriage Ileeutv. E.erj
something in my prcal'hill.how/ me disadvantages.! Large numbers of foreigners settling in block
day sua transforms them Into a golden applicant for a marriage lie**""'
that something that the New Testament valltv. formation presents an increasingly difliculL problem. It means should! l be required to present from

I "? commands mo to preach, and I Sleeping In the heart of these mountains that tho absorption! Americanism, is rendered much blower, an uuluipeuchutlu, orthodux |>li\xl
'i! will from thenceforth it to the j4 which is not clan a certificate of pert',' -t hwltlijx
f preach J'I are Tut-Ankh-Amen and his royal unimportant, as our immigrant population is entrusted rfovt sanity, and an far as it wIMwsilile

i full limit of my ability the rest of my kinsfolk.! Some of the tombs go down with the vote. for the physician to go, a

S life, BO help me God. I will do this IPO/' feet and extend hack a distanceof In New York we nnd, for example, the Italian quarter, certificate of (KIT..I l moral character

or leave the pulpit and hoe potatoes three city Mocks. The ancients bItevcd where tho residents tnke years to become even approximately Every young marrlwl couplu ,
' i\\ I a these were the portal to should have a homo of their own
for livelihood.
a American. They speak their own language almost Le
It
heaven and everlasting life exclusively. ever so bumble Married life
This is not only my platform but They rend Italian newspapers. Their homes, their food, their should never be begun Iu a flat hotel -

my challenge to, the (people( wherever ,i Wills every activity, remain Italian for years. Were they scattered or no apartment houxe. If theycRn't

r I have gone: preaching the Word of ak II" ,Gk Aged Veteran' they would be Americanized in one-twentieth the time. home have but a small one-room
they should begin housekeep
God. Any other platform is too narrow 11? vi ;i f l n6f Gold Teeth to Poor In regulating immigration from each country it might be wise lug In that over whose door they

for me to stand on, and any oth- : San Francisco.Michael Cahlll\ a for the Congress to take climate plus the needs of American industry would glories. twine These their own mornlns
would
;! er challenge is too sectarian to submit into consideration. condition
Civil war veteran- who died recently prevent divorces.
to the religious world. This Is many
wrote his last will and testament Inspirit Another very significant file
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the only platform upon which we can a of repentance and charity.In must he taken Into consideration

ever have Christian unity, such as concluding his will Cabin said I I Is It Hours or More Money Wanted? I I namely the alimony t* often au lu-

Jesus prayed for in John 17:20-23.: "Obedience to the Divine law In cenrlve driving people to the divorce

:i And, upon this platform we could death may In part compensate for The country generally will uphold Judge Gary, head of the the- alimony court. you If you will will reduce eliminate the

all become one and remain one, and disobedience In life United States Steel Corporation in the decision! to make the number" of divorces by fifty per cent
Although his fortune- was! small heovt'Tloolr..t at least.
thus answer tho and bring of our to Lord glad Jesus realization lt. a I ,. nothing In Its distribution. eight hour day a straight eight: hour day and not a basic eight Alimony should never be paid except

I Christ for the prayer eveness of all who be- 6 I "To the poor." he- said "I wish te hour day. This change will put the acid test! to the contentionof to the innocent mother who has

lieve on Him. Being.a country girl In New Torn give the gold In my teeth." labor that a work day of more than eight hours is harmful to children band should to< rear be made The to guilty educate, bus,
For himself he made but one request -
State was DO handicap to
You Karolyn the workers. clothe, support Rod furnish mill-
are cordially invited to hear
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WeUs Baisett.- who Is now reco.ntivjas and that was that no embalming p'cnt fends for the of hlhIdrpn.
rearing
.' I the following sermons, and the splen- one of America's most aceomMlsh4 fluid be used on his body. As authority No one begrudges labor its right to a front line on the pay <- Their mother should be

I i | musician before attaining: for this he referred to Ec- roll. It has been found, however, th 't after employers in some t given a competency while she Is p.*,.
,1 A TONIC her IMh/ She
year. possesses a won- cle.Iiites 12:7. forming that tank.

Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic rte! orl8 derful ooloratura-soprauo voice and "Then shall the dust return to the industries have conceded the eight hour day the workers have If there are no children and It

, Energy and Vitality by Purifying and has composer become ,Internationally many of her known compositions asa earth ns It was and the spirit shall continued to work just the same hours they worked before, their should the woman not hI'U granted well and alimony.strong sb*
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Enriching the Blond. When you feel Itsp l>elu<< used bv such artists a. return to nod who gave It. battle for the shorter day obviously being to get extra pay under ,., No attorney fee should be allowed

r strengthening! Invigorating effect see howIt Auua Cae\ Melba xrclnbreclier! and After making small bequests to tto" questionably' justifiable overtime schedule fn brief most no court cost should be paid no Inducement
Blanch lraboets.among relative Oablil Rare $200 to the Red should be offered to make
1. brings color to the cheeks and how her best known compostMODS [\ OOM. 9100 to the Hebrew orphans of the fights for the eight! hour day have not been fights for the divorce litigation easy and desir

it improves the appetite you v-lllthen aN i "The Idol." "THi* Jot eight honr day at nil, but camouflaged efforts to obtain excesaiv able.

appreciate Its true tonic value. Home.Mttle Brown Babtod Has All Nationalities.' a'lva: :ice In wages. 'I r Another thing that might eliminate

Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic i 116 elmply "I* Hogl Man." Ottawa Ont.-Men of every nationality many divorcee would be t<> r>*-
'lx? Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So seemed status of citizens of This: N unfortunate-, because the reaction will be clearly injurious store the whipping post. And when

pleasant even children like It. The blood O&nada daring the fiscal ending to those who toil. Perhaps the greatest trouble is not.caused ever a man lulitrwit his wife ,amt
'r year \1' those who toil but by those who like the children subvert: him to ph7..Il'81punllohmelt. .
needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to lines of the field
Th* Qnlala' Tai Dot Dot Affect l>t Heal March 81. 1922. Altogether 10860foreigner ( do pnt him on bread and
Enrich It.* Destroys Malarial germs anf B..ri,..s> of It. tonic' snd !Isya.1.(.<> effort., LA (A were naturalized. Amert- toil not, neither- they spin! There would be little complaint water and require Dim to work toQ..mntiy

I Grip !terms by Its Strengthening Invigorating ITVK; I1KOMO QUININE' (Tsfcwo. c.o h. lssr. bl Anyone without raustari' n.rvfMisnMM nr rD4ir.s
"rIt: Effect. 00cI btbabrad,, E.W.CKOVtisUo ui..nut..0.. 1000 led in the number of persona day's work. "
who became natar Il....1 Os....s..*. -. -- .. .;4 Let the slogan be. "No Alimony.

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