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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 24, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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.: Attorney Johns Returns I Flaherty Re-elected ROAD TRUSTEES FACE- -ANOTHER- | Modem---- Cave--drij---


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,1 :c crjb HOAI s... VI: !It INVOI.VKDMATI'EIC :' : I, !117 WITH ONE !STILL MISMM.:;. s
A \\11.1* TAKE UP FEE PAYMENT ULfEHEUKY MAN: IN STAUKlT : WILL IlK I'P FOR FINAL ; --
WITH NEW COUNCIL SOON TO I I p SETTI.KMKM'' :NEXTMEKTIMI. : I 11'hirl) -seven Men are Ih.'u..1li", '

BE ELECTED. | S. Rice Planting Blueberry Orchard a at N : I I and TrllUid_Stories til KwnpiKenimerer -

I For R. F. Demorest t
A 'orney E. M. Johns has returnedthe )I I iiit.- \ Once more the mail trustees are | Wyo.-Kemmetvi 1t'It,*

council the script issued to i, i S. Rice, of ('res View' U in Starke confronted by right of way trouble. nesduy. night was in mourning for 'li<
i n payment of his bill for servi- In the interest of his tree blueberry r X ; This time the difficulty is on State | miners, ninety-seven of them who
rendered in connection with the i nursery. Mr. Rice has made the blue Road. No 13 between Starko anti ( arc- known to have lost their live 'n
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t' ono.OO' bond issue. The return ofn berry his study and, his business mid 1 Hampton. Mr. M. L Johns, through the explosion at Kemmorer Coal ro
jcript was accompanied by the 'in Okaloosa and neighboring countic- .: .\\ whose property tho present locationof mien No. 1 at Frontier, near here + rth
wing letter: where quite number of those trees ti? 1 ', the road runs at a point about Throughout tho day and at nighthundrrdr r rti
Aug. 21 ]!l23, have been set out. many being, planted three miles south of town is makinit'dl'man.l of relatives and friends\ t.
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Honorable Town Council of the Town I as far back us 30 years, this berry that the board does. not fc..1I'lln I thronged to tho I. O. O. F. hull, turned

t, if Starke Florida. j I is all the time winning in popularity. be granted. He Is not asking foru into n temporary morgue, I\n.llIlso
' l;' 'Itlemen: The trees sold from his nursery are money consideration, but asks for 'I to a local undertaking establishment
.a I improved from more fencing than the road disturb when about half of tho bodies art
the wild
I mi herewith returning to you high bush ,, a
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M,usher No. 31 for $;').10.(10( for serM -| blueberrywhich grows in springy and in addition asks that the board being kept.Wednesday I tar '
'"> rendered, in connection with the wet places all peer Florida. The im- fill in the old! public road now running I night\ however, only n
{10.000.00 bond issue for the waterworks 1 proved berry bears very heavily. The through his property. few people congregated at the portalof
and light plant of the town of i.year after planting one tree should I S Bid for the grading of this road IIII( mine where last evening hundrcd -| t
1 -. crowded for of those LMBA8 CITY-Ktnma Adam, 14
': Starke, because of the fact of my relationship bring one quart of berries, the fourth 1 James A. naberty; r*elected' from Starko to the Alachua county I in the news trapped f.*. oM wild air at her Kaw as...
to two members of your 1 year five quarts, the tenth year twenty *npreiixl Knight of the ttiilKbt' : of line have been advertised for; and lire workings. Island bom, whore she has led the i
honorable body. I would like for your | quarts. The berries readily sell ()QlQI baa at Montreal convention to bc> received at the meeting of the .. ,' '1".1"< ,, i has not prtmltlT Hit ot a taro wonuta. iSba

body to let the matter of my bill rat I 20 cents per quart. I He baa xeara bym and Supreme-Ma lieeu Knight returowl fourteen board on September 4th, but no con- j ycc l."... >.. i .nii..i, Icials. of ttum bait sever bet c.ta.ntI ami say pwaoiMotftur brottoM, .

nand until the new council takes office | The trees form clumps and should ananlaswly lima., tract will ho let until tho right of way i the company announced that pumps until she was envoi tI'bt1Il1tw riit .. ,; ,
and they can adjust same with '|''be set 12 feet apart, about 300 trees ; for the entire length of the road hits I were not damaged and that work will Ut. by tile aothorlUMt epeeuU; I v

me, or I can then take the necessary to the acre. Almost every farm in ; been secured, and if it cannot bn secured | bt resumed as soon as possible. ,

legal steps to force collection. | Bradford county has a portion of land' GEORGIA: ; MOBS BREAK INTO on tho present location one of i I The mine Is considered ono of thedeepest
I i that on account of its the other locations already surveYl'd.1'' COUNTRY'S) LAKCEsr; BOOTLEG:
We have heard a lot said in regard wetness Is con- PRISONS; LYNCH NEGROES in this section, if not In tho
ti. this bill of mine being unreasonable i sidered unfit for tillage.: That is just will probably be adopted. At leant. United States The main shaft goes I RING l IIKOKHN: AT SAVANNAH"Hilt : ,'I't' t

and an unjust claim against the the kind of land, the blueberry wants.i Both Sulprits Charged With Attacks this seem! to bo the sentiment of ',, down at an angle of sixteen degreesto .
. city. I wish to say I rendered this i Mr. Rice is planting five acres of on White Women such members of the board as have n depth of about ,000< feet and Knur" of King with Wide Con ;

service to the city, expecting to revive land for R. F. Demorest, just west of been interviewed about the matter. j it was on the lower levels, or about nocllonn Are Arrested f

a reasonable fee for the services Starke. Mr. Demorest has some low Atlanta, Aug. 17.-Two negroes rn so far as the location from one mile underground! that most of !
land that cannot be well Starke the bodies found. l Department of justice officials declared
rendered and before renderingthis sufficiently I were lynched in Georgia today. Early to Hampton is concerned, tho i were
bill I consulted with reputablet drained for the common crops grown this morning a crowd of men broke county engineer/ first reccfmmendod, a Search for the one missing mineris the leaders in the largest and

t> id attorneys over the state to find here, but which will be the very thing into the Beckley county jail at Cochran line lying something like half a mile being! continued by picked crows of most powerful bootleg rind In the
out what reasonable fee would be for blue herries. The trees are strong took a negro named Aleck Morris cast of the present location. This mine workers. Shortly after dark United States! have been token In to
a rooters and do not require much cultivation charged with attacking white line shortens the distance by half a last night the task of removing the custody In tho wholesale" arrests at 1
for the services rendered and my bill a
was rendered for one and onehalfper and rice may be !grown between woman carried him twelve miles from mile between the two towns and was boiiios from the mine began. Savannah under direction! of federal,

cent of the amount of the bond the rows the first few years. town on the Dublin road strung him regarded favorably by the board, but I Henry Niskn, a youth In his early agent Additional arrests are anti. wry
Issue handled, which I found was the Our farmers are too much given to to a tree and shot him to death. This it .win thought a location farther twenties who with several companions cipated, and It was stated tile case
usual fee charged and allowed for getting into ruts, and staying there, mob was said to have been disguUad west would be somewhat more convenient was rescued, from ono of the might lead to fiomo state and federalofficers.

similar Services rendered in bond issues as far as growing certain crops concerns and traveled in about twelve auto 10- for junction with the Brooker lower levels nearly eight hours after yl
of similar amounts, elsewhere and were it not for a few who biles from which the license numbershad road and at the same. time /give a the explosion. occurred, said Wednesday William Jtaar, one-time grocery
this state.I had enterprise enough for experimenting been removed. better opportunity for development. : clerk, I I..* described as tho principal
with untried crops, they on bath sides. of the state road. These ,, "We were just starting to dig: coal (leader. of the ring which officials assert '
note from the minutes of the would still be growing only corn, cot The second lynching occurred in consideration! caused the board to when wo heard a shot and immediately I. hud its own cement lined storehouses
?oard of bond trustees of the city ton and sweet potatoes. From encouraging Houston county where Leo Green, negro adapt the present location. Other afterward there was n deafening in tho swamps along the Geor-
that they have employed! Jos. E. reports coming from many was taken from officers, carriedto confederations were on tho sido of the rush of air."Realizing Kin and Florida roasts. operated its }} +
tho house of the woman he is alleged -
1 raif*, an engineer and they havo localities in the state, the Telegraph first location made by the engineer, that we were In danger own llotillii. of craft and supplied an
Agreed to pay Mr. Craig a fee ofr.50OO has no hesitation in recommendingthe I to have attacked. There ho was so it will be an easy matter for tho my companions and myself immediately ; enormous amount of liquor along: tho I I
strung to a tree and shot to death.
<( to make an investigation and, blueberry for a trial. Wo advise lirmrd at their next meeting/ to change searched l for water and wetting Atlantic ivahoard.
urvey of the existing plant and those who are willing to make the I This mob is said to have been composed lack to the shorter line. In fact, it pieces of canvas we held these to our Heading, forri'M of less wealth and

qmpmcnt and an investigation of trial to see :Mr. Rice or if they cnn of about 75 men. The two coun- is believed that some of them will noses and mouths. We kept up thin strength, according to .,lIIcerN were
the (cost of producing power, etc., forth not do so, to write him at Crestview ties in which the lynchings took placeare rather welcome n good I excuse for process' for several hours before I the C. Orahain llaughiin, Richard Hiiiley
in tho center of the state close
,' town of Starke and act as super- Okaloamt county, and he will cheerfully taking this action. It will mean. tho nir finally cleared, but we die\ ) not find Rum Goldberg. These four lira .
each
to other.
sing consulting engineer during the give them all needed informa saving of half a mile of construction darn move until the rescue workers referred to IIH tho "bin four" and. it
'instruction of the improvements, tion. The Blecktey negro was serving a I and place tho road on less difficult I arrived. was mild they were known in bootleg I ...
ut the improvements are to be madei I _ ____ I term on the chain gang! for burglary ground, according to tho county engi The story told by Nlsku is typicalof circles throughout the country. ,:
'miler the daily supervision of the I I at the time lie is alleged to have com I neer's report. Moreover, it Is known I those of many others of the! miners I U"r in alleged to awn a number i
plant superintendent and that :Mr. ;$iJ. ANDREWS.: JR., and W. :M.VAINWRIfiHT mitted the crime for which he was I I that a change back to the first locaI rescued. Thore are tales of Homo of of craft of British. registry which are
"raig is only to supply advisory supervision I \ IN PARTNERSHIP= lynched. This mob tore a hole in the tion would meet with the cordial ap- the entombed mon being overcome in used to Import intoxicant from Cuba

during the construction.Mr. I county jail and sawed its way thrua I, proval of the division engineer/ of the a mail frenzy to reach the surface, the Ha ha MUM and other points In the
Craig has already received Local Ford Car !Dealer Takes in Partner steel cage to get the negro. The i stuta road department and still others who died trying to West Indies But thit ring reached

S'OO:; of his fee of $650: even before to Handle Expanding BusinessJ sheriff was absent and no other officials :Mr. N. D. Wainwright, who is representing reach other level. out even to Great Britain, France and

the bonds were sold and the money were on duty.In I the board in the matter of Canada for its nuppli". The craft u
delivered to the board of bond trus- W. Andrews Jr., the well known both cases when the sheriffs arrived securing deed. to right of way has OFFICIAL II.\ MADE: UP bringing stocks from nearby port*
tees of the town of Starke, but said local Ford dealer, has sold a half interest at the scene the mobs were said been asked! by the chairman of the FOR TOWN ELECTION would l anchor outside the three mils

trustees were so anxious to pay him in his business to Mr. W. M. already to have dispersed. hoard to hurry up his work and be limit and motor boats would make the k

$500 of his fee when he made his report Wainwright who resigned his position l- able to report at the meeting on September Contest on for Two Year Tl'rmI..m! transfer to storehouses anhorit. Distribution "
they gave him a note for $500 as a state bank examiner to locate MRS. STUMP ENTERTAINED K. 4th whether or not he has berg Board of AldermenThe ; would! then be inadd l by au +

and even paid the interest on the noteat in business. K. KLUB I deeds to the right/ of way for the tomohile and train.
the bank until they could get the Mr. Wainwright is an experiencedoffice ,: entire distance between Starko and, town council! met In adjourned Operations of the ring are said to
bond money with which to pay the man and will be in active chargeof Mrs. F. F. Stump charmingly entertained the Alachua county line. On this re- session Wednesday night to make up have extended along this" eaut coast of
note. this branch of the business while the K. K. Klub Friday afternoon -;, port the board will be in position to the official ballot for the general election Florida and the Georgia: coast becauseof

I am frank to say that I do not Mr. Andrews will devote his energiesto at her cozy home on 'rhomp- determine their future course. to be held on Tuesday September their numerous bayous and inlets y i
know what Mr. Craig's service was the field 1 work. The copartnershipmakes son street. Summer flowers were" us- 11th. Nominating petitions were Isolated, by swamp made their operations \
worth but I do know that the profession a strong team an.llt is expected ed in profusion to decorate the at- I PHESIJYTKUIANServices : received for the following named candidates comparatively' free from de
of engineering is the same ai a that the business will be largely tractive home. and their name will ho printed tection. I-'inall.) elfort, worn made to

lawyer, and that he is entitled to a expanded through the combined efforts At the close of the bridge game it in the morning at the on the ballots: break up the smuggling from the sea
reasonable compensation for his services of these popular and energetic was found that Mrs. A. Z. Adkins had Presbyterian church. For mayor-C. L. Peek. but with hundred of mllnit of coast:

the same as myself. And I am young business men. their made high score, and the hostess presented Sunday school at 10 and prcachin;: For Aldermen 2-year term 2 to hp line on which to operate the runners .
Billing for the opposition to this bill They have already added to her with a cut glass dish; to services at 11 o'clock. elected-A. O. Andreu, S. A. Bryan, were usually successful In evading
,of mine to name one reputable bond facilities by renting the store room :Miss Florence Matthews vas t> ven 'Ie, F. Hoover, R. S. Humphrey. capture.It .
attorney outside of the town of adjoining the garage and convertingthis the consolation prize a dresser scarf. Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs Nelle: Hughes I For aldermen 1 year term to fill wan two yearn! ago Information
Starke that has no interest in this into a filing room for Ford car Mrs. S. L. Peek received 1 the !guest and invited guests Mrs. C. A. Futch vacancies three to be elected-L. A. came to the department of justice! of

matter, and I will name one, and the parts which will expedite the handling prize, a box of stationery.Mrs. Mrs H. Brown of New York, Mrs. Davis, Jr., John Uglow/ J. W. White. Savannah being used for the fort of '
two pick the third reputable bond at- of repair work. From time to Stump served refreshments of J. E. Wilson of Gainesville Mr*. T. Clerk, treasurer and tax collector- receipt and distribution of much of
torney and If majority does not say time they will make other additions chicken salad cheese balls potato C. Morris Mrs L. Wyman Mrs C, A. Futch. i the liquor reaching the southern and i
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my bill for the services rendered Is t othe plant, assuring that it will be chips sandwiches and iced tea. Clyde Alvarez of Jacksonville, :.11., For tax aSIlI'IIRor-N. D. \Valn-1 eastern markets. Agents were ord !r- Ct Cte4
what they kept fully abreast of the most up-to- The club members present included Elms Robinette Mrs. Frank hoover, wright. to that city in an effort to breakup
reasonable I will accept
say is a reasonable fee. Or if the opPosition date Ford establishments in Florida. Miss Florence Matthews Mrs. N. Mrs. H. IL Young, Mrs. S. L. Peek For marshal-Silas Kite. the illicit trade. l+
to bill will have !Mr. Sternberg Mrs. J. W Andrews Jr., Misses' Clara Mae- and Jeanette Our-" The ballot discloses that there will Ity this time, however, the ring had i
my
Craig return to the town of Starka BEACH P.RTT KISr. LEY Mrs. F. L. Turner, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns] den of Tampa. I 1 be only one contest in the election. become a large and powerful ortanl( y,
This Is In the for the two 2-year
and its citizenship: the fee charged race zation with an efficient "Intelligenced'partment'a
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on The
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and agreed to pay Mr. Craig'/ :n the' On Saturday evening a merry party -- I was .
sum of $650 as engineer I will gladly,i., of young people who were guestsof Coolidge Boys First Children in the agents sent In were uncovered
at the Canova cottages : BILLY SUNDAY cum making It necessary! to replace them 1'
make f the house party
the town of Starke a :raft my White
bill for the services I have rendered! were entertained with a weinie House Since Young Roosevelt.. with others. ; aL
'n this matter. roast on the beach I The following men from the well The tank of collecting eviince on a
I l Those enjoying the occasion were known Billy Sunday club of Jacksonville which to undertake prosecution provo
Sincerely yours,
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E. M. JOHNS. I Misses Henrietta Dora and Connie I are to conduct the services' In ed no difficult that the job was attacked
I Padgett and Willie Mae Johnson of j the Baptist church on Sunday, Sept. from another unirle. They, sent 1

JOHNS-LANG j jMr. i Lake Butler Iris Epperson, Mona I 2ml. W. B. Cahoon assistant! chief for the federal tux return. made by
I, and Blanche Alderman, Fannie Darby of police E. E. Hammell businessman a number of the suspected: bootletf-

Linzie Johns of Lawtey and of Starke Doris Averitt and Mrs. ts- and W. W. Fineran, U. S. assistant /gets and agents of the Intelligenceunit
Miss Kettle Lang of East Lawtey. taver, of Jacksonville, Messrs. J. E.Maine. engineer and director! of the of the revenue buureau \began an e t r' .

Were united In marriage by Judge R. ., Jr., and John Padgett; of Florida Engineering Society. This U Investigation. Hank accounts of the
A. Green in his office last Saturday Lake Butler, Pitt and Laurie Tomlinson G M W a great trio and the people of Starku men were examined and this trail of
afternoon. of Lake Wales Ralph Atkinson, r ,4yS/M will find them earnest men in their checks and drafts in large an ..!nts t

Both are well known young people Hastings, W. J. Epperson Jr.. and 1 ,Y' y r YY endeavor to do good. alleged to have been in payment for
( of Starke R. H. Burkeof 'liquor were followed through bank i
In that section and have many friends Hollis Knight
Jacksonville. Miss Iris Epperson is In Lake Butter 'In several cities, including New York
who will wish them happiness. They With the arrival ut th
Coolidge DOT.. to* Wkito Htaa..ebo.s visiting Miss Henrietta Padgett.
will reside at Lawtey. youthful votan fur UM Oat time tine tb. loon Rou vtu s.ft.c. c.ell'I"IJlh'e .*
L. C. Ray of Dunedin is the :guest : msniJoa.AboT Before returning home Miss Epper Mrs. J. P. Summer, of Miami, bas
Mrs hereon of his sisters. Misses Olive and Amelia i -Pr.- ld.ot OooiM with If No GooUd** and hilt coati GssV son wil lasso go to White Springsand returned home after pending twos s
S. 'J. Kelley is visiting -
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Ray and Mrs. J. W. White. Worthington Springs. week with Mrs. W E. Mlddlatoo,
D. W. Ielley at New River. .
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPE. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST 21, 1923
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I : 't 1 I MEMORIAM:: : : H. Douglass. cated and within easy reeuh '
portions of the state tho '
:r)t .. ;, News> of Florida in Short Paragraphs WRIGiM (; Steven Brown; : a faithful soldier I PROPOSES TO LOCATE ELEC. said.The got

\\j ---''' I I and citrlen of state and church, was I TKIC CHAIR IN DUVAL CO. governor did not say Just
hte
: ["Live News": |I born in Starke February 16, 1817, long it was intended to keep the el _

i State i Take it home to I I and died August 9, 1023 at his home I Governor Declares Raiford Lacks Facilities trie chair In Jacksonville, aItn
: 'r i ; .J the kids. in Union county. He was a son of at Prison FarmI I said that within a period of y. ..r-, '1 e
I :Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, pioneer I I facilities at Raiford might be i

,I i Told by Our Exchanges. Have a packet in 1( settlers.! He married Miss Virginia I Jacksonville, AUK. 17.-The board ed so as to allow tho estabi ....
\ q pocket for l Allen October 6, 1607; he became a of the death chamber there
your an : Her
t ... ..._. ._.. I of county commissioners yesterday
_-...-...aa>imtp INID _.. .mmmmmm R I
1 ----- --- widower December 29, 1013.) To this he said that the state prix ,
ewer-ready treat.A I morning heard from Gov. Cary A. n nat
Construction work ON the .ub trnc- I( !brought out more each day. Up until union eight children were born, viz: i Hardee and" J. S. Blitch, superintendent -I this time is unwilling\ to tin!
v 1'' ture of the Florida East Coa t railroad : Thursday acceptances had been received delicious confection | Mrs E. L. Rogers, John C. Brown, 'j of the state prison farm, a proposal chair located at Raiford, and
million dollar bridge across they from Martin, Parkill ar.d Jennmir b N and an aid to I Walter Brown and Mrs. :Minnie Cole, > to locate the state electric chair I Jacksonville for its location
?' St. Johns river at Jacksonville will I !--, but the committee having the the teeth, appetite, 'I'of Lake Butler, H. O. Brown, of __ i
in Duval county jail and to hold all
begin immediately.The i report that Ex-governor f'atts had digestion.a | Starke, C. C. Brown, of Gainesville, exceutions here, temporarily, at least. BRADFORD
I thrown his and Mrs. C. Crawford who died I
hat in the ring:: felt thta | No definite action was taken by the -
eyes of tho nation are on Madison I to make the day complete that an Invitation I I December 23, 1890. He Is also survived board on the request of the governor Bradford, A ; 24.-Mrs. HI< .

county as a new and bettor field should be extended to himto i I by one brother, Isham Brown' and Mr. Blitch, although nil of the I Scarborough has left :for un ext,, i 'ij
Y: be also. t H r iof, Alachua and several grandchildren visit with relatives in
Jacksomn
4 for the ruining of sun tobacco. The present r members present were apparently in !'
i next growing reason will find Mnrlt- Sealed to ifs That also many friends mourn his favor of granting the request, if it j W. L. Horn, of Louise, was n ,It
The of ]Howell : departure, was seen at the funurnl,
lion county with three new farmers, parents D. Bagley, Purity Packag3 proved necessary to establish the community Monday.
t each of whom will plant a large acre- three years old, were held responsible :- when a multitude :from far and near chair here as a temporary measure I School will open here the first 'i> _
ape of sun tobacco. for the death of Elizabeth Fisher, I gathered at his late home and escorted Sheriff Dowling emphtaically :favored day with Miss Lottie Gainey >
:20! months old daughter Mr. and the remains to their.last resting teacher.
; the plan, us did others, but some were I
Mrs. William Fisher, who was burned place. j Miss Lucille IIarrell and Jas '
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w t. Benjamin Franklin, of St. Cloud, 'outspoken in their bpposiiton to establishing -
aged victim of suicidal mania, has to death at :Miami Tuesday afternoon The deceased served in the ConfeJ- |! the chair "I passed! through our community MI
by having her clothes fire orate army during the War Between : I
set on nesday enroute to Santa Fe.
fallen to his obsession.
prey Deputyt Gov. Hardcc declared that Jacksonville -
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t Sheriff Campbell Wednesday pulled I by Ilowell while at play, by a coro- the States. He was a successful far- :0 0I j', was at this time the only logical | Mrs. M.\ L. Harrell was the guest
ner's jury. The jury held that be I row over a and shot mer and at one time a merchant. He l! of Mrs. L. A. Cook Wednesday "f' -
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I '4 his body from the waters of Alligator crap game was 'I i location in the state for the electric
1 # P permitting matches to, be within the through the head the bullet I identified himself with the Church of j i I noon
lake, loss! than a hundred yards :from I lodgingIn I!I chair. Under present conditions at
reach of their child, the parents were his throat. He coughed it and Christ, led a consecrated life and was I Mrs E. E. Baxter Is spendN! :. .
r where he had erected a cross upon the up I :'1 I the state prison farm, it wuold be
fhore. not blameless and they were censored Is believed to be out of danger. I appointed an elder. In 1891 he was impossible to locate the executing ap- while with her daughter, Mrs. Mj
in the verdict which held that the appointed postmaster at Nebo and 1 i: j i Andreu.
-- death was accidental. Judging resigned in 1000; he was twice appointed -i| paratus there. I|| Mrs. L. A. had
The !
!' Y Ed Traynor, of White City, fruitIl"ow'r father of all alligators, Federal 1 There are only wooden buildings at'I Qook; as guests '-',"-
from his size and scarred head census enumerator.In I I day Rev. Norris, of LaCrosse ill'
was injured, and his three- 0 the farm, he pointed out, and before ,!
Andrew Stewart, negro, employed was killed in Lake Hancock nearby | politics he always affiliated with the chair could be established there a'': es Marie Raborn, Fay Andreu, Hi,
I ,t year old son wag killed when the in the Mason hotel job St. Petersburg the Republican party, though failing. I I j; Andreu H.
o DartowIonday:! evening. A .22 caliber death chamber must be constructed. I ley Lynn and familv.
truck in which
'
they were riding ov- I o
t fell six stories down shaft health prevented him from being active Roswell Ward
a bullet ddi the trick and only one Electrical facilities for the operation | was in our cone
erturned. Traynor will recover. Tho
Thursday morning, bit his tongue, shot was The little bullet in campaigns. He was a man rf | ity Sunday.
necessary.
a of the chair also lacking the
son's skull crushed. I are -
!! was Troyno governor
t barked his shins and o few words, but always ready to assist ,
complained that entered the eye of the saurian and I J M.\ P. Matheny and family p.'
blamed the accident, steering said. What current there isi 1
on a faulty o ;
t s his shouldrct! were sore. The black came out .the top of the head, tearing in any charitable, educatlo-.al or Ireligious | produced by convict labor and it through here enroute to Worthim. '
pear.W. I
was standing on th eedge of the'eihufup a hole about the size of a silver dol cause. would be more than could be expectedto Wednesday.
i
which several window frames! were lar. The animal measured nearly 14 The interment was Midway: ask the to in I
c B. Henderson, one of Tampa's !being hoisted. He lost! his balance, feet from the tip of his tail to his ctery, August ,40th, the obsequies being the execution prisoners of a fellow participate prisoner. JOIN THE YEOMEN:
pioneer citizens bought some years! pitched down the shaft, striking the conducted by Rev. J. O. Barres
snout and he was of great girth. The
The element of at Raifordwas I
ago for the sum of $70 seven acres of window frames and breaking them of the Church; of Christ, Lake City. | safety
Knout was scarred! as though it had
.i land and which is now a part of the loone. Stewart struck bottom ahem The active pall bearers were, F. 'V. I also discussed! by the governor, Brotherhood of American Yen
been shot
heart of Tampn. Tho land hits increased of the frames which fell across his away at some time in the Edenfleld, W. J. Markham W. O. who declared that with the present j of Des Moines\ Iowa, will sell vm.: n.
had been the
last[ or torn as
in value until it Is now worth! body. away Brooks, O. W. Harrison H. O. Cri -- '':, facilities it would be impossible for I cheapest legal reserve 20-pay lift n
result of a fight with another 'ga ,
!' probably n million ollars. I ford, J. T. Williams; honorary pall' the state to properly guard a surance in Florida. No charge .
state
ci tor. The whole head bore many evidences I er condemned to death at the examination.Age .
I Sheriff Thomas that the old bull had been hearers were T. T. Gay, E. P. Riel- ,
anti of
citizens ini
a !
posse I farm from enemies who
Three citizens of Wauehula\ had the '' )ling, H. A. Carver, II. C. Pcepl.'s, E. friends or | 16 per month, $2.17; agi 2
{ uport of their Jives Sunday morning and deputies were late Saturday many skirmishes and a few battles'In might attempt to take the prisoner I $2.33; age 23:>, $2.47; age 30, S3: '0'
night/: scouring the woods near Ock his lifetime. sisters, left Friday for Ocala where from the farm before the date of exe 35
when they landed an eight hundred, age $2.98; age 40, $3.35; age l;
pound shark nt Boca Grande after n lawaha In search of an unknown ncgro they will make their future home. cution. $3.80; ago r.O, $4.42; age 55, $." -8
r t wrestle of two hours! and ten min who Is alleged to have attack Contract for making of surveys, Jesse Gainey ia visiting relatives The Duval county jail, the /governor age CO, $6.51. Every additional th l u.>
Jcy uteg. The monster measured eight/ a young white woman at that place plans amt specifications, and for supervising here for a few days. said, being mob proof is the best I. sand $-1.20 less per year.
feet and six inches in length. Four shortly after dusk. At a late hour the work on a drainage and Mrs. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs O. P. '' location in the state! for the confine- Whole life much cheaper.See .

hundred nail fifty fee tof quarter Inch the negro was still at large. According water control operation that will he I Male, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Drawdy, ment of a prisoner sentenced! to die. R. S. Humphrey and insuri
i rope was! lined for a line. to telephnoe advices the womnn tho greatest thing of Its kind! in the Mrs. F. R. Drawdy were guests of In addition to the safety of the coun- your life and protect your loved -in'
-' was stopped as she was riding thru United States, has been awarded to Mr. P. P. Dckle Sunday. ty jail, Jacksonville is centrally lo- 7-20-4t

t Tho Tampa Sand and Shell Co.? of the woods on horseback. When attacked Kirby & Myler, civil engineer of I

Tnmpn have been let contract for the the young woman beat the negro Brndnetown, by the board of supervisors ,
away with a riding whip whip-
dredging of tho Suwanneo river and of tho Disston! Island -
j the channel into Cedar Key. Captain ptyl l up her home and escaped. age district, which is situated in the

r $ Byrd arrived in Cedar Key Monday Everglades near Moore Haven. Construction -
with his dredge/: and went on up the John L. Short, 29, was instantly I of dikes averaging/: five feet
Suwnnnee river. They will begin the killed while employed in repairing n I In height and twenty feet through as
C I work at the north end and! come to boiler at the' Eustia water and light a means of keeping water out of the
Old
the mouth of same ;o plant. Engineer Jenkins, who was! tract when Lake Okeechobee and I The Reliable Kerosene
( near the entrance of the boiler in Lake Hiopochee .rise above the level

Two boys in St. Petersburg stopped which the man was working, heard that H. necessary for safety and comfort '
their automobile in front of a his screams and, ran to his assistance! in the Glades country, and the installation -

t 1 filling station Friday evening They and immediately extricated the victim of huge pumping plants
L could l not see hwo much gasoline the;:( from the boiler, but life was ex' with a capacity of millions of gal FIRE PROOFTR

c had so they struck n match to take n tinct. Engineer Jenkins said that' Ions of water discharge per hour, iiho
look. Both escaped Injury. The car when he reached in the metallic vessel : gigantic plan set on foot by the
was saved by the use of chemicals by in his endeavor to retrieve the unfortunate landowners of the district It Is estimated -
', firemen who rushed across the street man he was also: considers that the cost of the project ( MARK REGISTERED: )
from the fire station. bly shocked, Indicating a shrot circuit would\ be close to half ia million dol-
In the boiler, which was evidently nrs.

I The Florida East-Coast's new bridge! responsible for tho electrocution 'lie st for

will lie just south of the present one of the workman. .A shocking story of filial neglect is

and will\ eclipse it in every way. They related at Clearwater. W. 1.. Avery
Clarence'' Brown, 10, was drowned of and
bridge on use now can accommodateonly : about 65 years age, a helpless
one train at a time but the new Saturday night at Pass-a-Grille! after Invalid, was left in the home of his

'j structure will be double tracked, facilitating being stunned in diving from tho son, in a room almost destitute! of
traffic over the river. It pi Inform of the casino. It was from furniture, on a bed with no mattress

t was pointed out thta the new bridge the same platform that Howard Ly- and only two filthy quilts, with no attendant -
will have a movable span of 200 feel man of Orlando met his death in diving except a negro who was instructed .

t ,i which wit Icomply with the requirements svceral weeks ago. To prevent to feed him a glass of milk
of river navigation. other' fatalities the city council in four' times a day, and with no sanitary -
special session ordered the platformtorn facilities at all, while the son

I John Mader, a German, and Solon down. Before taking his fatal and wife wen taway on what they declared LIGHTCOOKING-
Hartley, both residents! of Bayard, dive Brown remarked: "Anybody who to be a motor trip to Miami. S.
were placed in the county jail followIng dives from here Is sure foolish." Two F. Williams"" who moved Into the lower

lc a raid at Buyard in which Federal hours! later his body was found floating rooms of the Avery house Saturday -

Prohibition Agent Tom Wheeler face downward three hundred was told by young: Avery thta
alleges he was offered a bribe of $100 yards offshore. Tho water below the he need not bother with his father,
by Hartley to settle the case without platform at low tide Is not more than n!* a negro had been employed to look

j J Arrest. Mader is charged with three four feet deep, making It dangerousto lifter him. Later, ,however, he went II
counts of violation of the prohibition dive from the platform, which is up stairs to see him. When he entered -
laws and bribery. Hartley Is heM: ten feet above high water. : the room he was met by an in- T. StH

for alleged bribery and conspiracy. tiffornble stench. lIe opened the -- I .
---.. Deputy Sheriff Epley and J. Tom window, and left the room. Next 11
That Cedar Key chamber of commerce Daniel are said to be progressing fa. morning when he returned Avery was

Fr Is determined to focus all eyeson vorahly at the Flagler hospital, St. dead. The coroner, who conducted an '

that city on Labor Day Is being Augustine, where both were taken inquest, took evidence as to the almost -
Friday afternoon suffering! from bullet unbelieveable neglect which the .'

wounds received in a battle with dead man had suffered, although he
r li'.b'1tat0@ tQt3CI01t 'lt C !IDIIIIIIImmml! alleged moonshiners! In the north end -ind no positive Indications of foul J

of the county where they hud been play Efforts to get In touch with

j General ij waiting. to capture a still in opera- the son and wife have been unsuc-
tI )n. Epley was shot through the abdomen esnful.. .
and both shoulders! with buck
InsuranceAND shot, while shots! struck Daniel in the FIVE :MILE '
[ -L
forehead and on his left knee. Both

walked four miles after being wounded Five Mile, Aug.! :21.-Mr. and Mrs.

in order to get aid and Daniel was J. II. 1Vhite hurst, who have been vis- .
able to raoch the home of Palmer ting her parents, left :Monday for
; ; Real Estate Wilson who was on his way to the their home in Florence, S. C. POWER

_._: ; t city, who brought them to town. The Willie Pnrrish spent Sunday !in ,, ,
shooting, it Is said, occurred some Jrooker with his sister! Mrs. A. L.
I
three hours earlier. Green. He was accompanied homey

f 1 PEEK & BURNS"Not his mother, who has been visit!I:* For Sale by Reliable Dealers-Ask For It by Name
Three homicides occurred in Orange relatives there for several days.

county last week. Ernest! Parsons, a Mesdames B. Dukes and II. Bran-

too big for small businessnor negro, !pot Into an agrument with AN flea, of Luke Butler, spent Sunday -FIRE PROOF-
too small for big business"! bert> White, negro and was killed here guest! of T. J. and J. M. Dukes.
Marshal Overton pursued White The Misses\ Mae Dukes and Norma. Dedo -

Your Business is Cordially So latter resisted arrest and Overstreet attended a party at the home of STANDARD
licited. hot him dead. While the inquest lIlr. and :Mrs.. T. H. Rimes Friday OIL COMPANYINCORPORATED

t, over these killings was in progress, vening.

Office with C. L. reek & Son ten :Miller, negro, shot and killed Albert Arthur Stokes, with his mother and
Ward,tf) the same color, emptying -
his own gun and that'of his victim Colds Cause nip and Influenza
r'y Telephone ,3> in tt'ard'i LAXATIVE BROUO OLTNJJTE TibleO".m..t". .
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FRIDAY AUGUST 2.. 193.

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Stearns Closest I LAKE BUTLER ---- --
to
tae h? Coolidge Seen

he e1acrl ; N O ENr .
Lake Butler -
Autf.! 21.-Mrs.\ J. XV.iMer ,
,
and, baby arrived here Wed.J .
,.
ill > Factor in Guiding New Administration 1'1 J' Osborne.i esday', the She guest has of her been father visiting, W. II in.


Arkansas and Is her
I'' on way to DMnedm. -

,

: D. W. Harrell I T w j I '
Stearns Seen was the guest i
Factor aJ IN
as
c7 in GUiding Nation And last family week of his son, B. P. Harrell,


Rev. \\". G. Doylo and family have I JS

returned after a wcek'a visit to May- .

port.

" Mission! Mattie[ Driggcrs: and Ber-

tf., 'M nice Mizpllc[
"ear ( and Amos Brannon motored -

iI, to Lake. City and Sanderson on 1 I

,. t Sunday.R. \
iy''
; K.: Dell and son attended the

,. Methodist 'quarterly conference nt Take the 1 '
up "Savings debute"
ff. Emanuel before it's too late.
efault pA churchVedn..sda)', Rev ,1. Talk matters t
B. Ronnpy" I presiding elder over ; analyze expenses ; look after

Wndo 11. Kennedy bookkeeper for the "leaks ;" have n heart-to-heart talk on finance. 1 +,

... tho Columbia National Bank at Columbia Cast up your difference between income and out I''i'

:". C., is visiting his Sift the ,
y a-. parents, go. subject to the bottom. Don't :
stop .
r '''
Mr. anti :Mrs. J. Kennedv. ,J
: hit. lie was until
every angle of the tanglo in the financial
, ', accompanied! by his friend, C. S. Onto t
arli skein has been
WAOTIINUTOS-,; manager of tho transit department of successfully straightened out
ijs-inaDK W, Steam
f'f ttW heir Pre tbo Boston merchant and again. TIIEN-open
Ldent' the bank. SAVINGS
' doHtwt rx opl> Mend baa tiff referred a ACCOUNT at '
"Colonel to ai the
j ... &tM/Hn Ir House-part la of sh/iptnj tile OooUdxe IoaS lmijnlaradoa.. lIe U expected to play Mrs. (Ida Anderson and, daughters this Bank. Take a fresh grip on the gears that +

fogeOMt wit! WUUajn if.lrtattv OoUer fropaamsm. I :Mrs. Frank J. Boyle and son, JnmoN I guide to the goat( of gain.
Boetpu
! < oynnld. : UwyerV aiM Jauwe B. :Mrs 1 Hurl I
"In- ; Waslihigtou 1I&nJter'who tuute from -) a.eafttttsetc., I Edwards and children, Cnrl I
,fig t4I aek inrl ledt f rj a* the nuw ttta three and ('
PreBMaort doaect poliftwl (, C'lioKter and Earl Edwards have
/ Tfc. .t>(we Mioto U advi.ers. ,:
'1', CIt OBofflci*! Wkihiuxtoa.rsry rare and Intimate pUtD of the liioMe life returned to their home in Stark. tift -
.
l toft QfeUB 4laaIta.. bt p, taHn from lift be/or* tbe late Pretdeul lUnMn ,T a pleasant visit with relatives and. i':
to .i ht SI'ARKK:
WH1 -lUrdlu*. ooolkUns Mr* I1IK 11.11IW: i
Hay, friend here.
IDOttoa .ptetan nrMt.1 luG Frank W. gtearu. :
'I I 1hi Hunk of Helpful Service '
C. II. Diiggcra and family, Mrs. 1 1 t $ *
+
nnll OTHER BAY I, Mizelle Knight and family Rev. and r.\KI\K:, FLA. *l; ?
IS DESTINED:" TO STATEKS.PLAY HE are the order of the day in Washing r !Mrs. P. W. Craml-r attended, the conference j i < #*
LEAD-I
'ton. the' are wondering how much I gene," said the president "whatever at manuel church Wednesday. .
IM: PART IN: SHAPING
PROGRAM help this "right hand" man will give objection there is to the so-called In- ,
$
: OF ADMINISTRATION: : | the chief executive during the next i, va.siDii. of personal liberty, neither R. J. Andrews left Wednesday, for )

j ten months the brief time which the i ounts whenthe supremacy of law a sanatorium in Jacksonville wherehe t r +

Washington, D. C., Aug. 21,-Is new president has to write a recordof and the stability of our Institutions will have an operation performed., :'

Frank W. Stearns, the Boston mer- achievement before the next Re- are menaced." He s.-
1 was accompanied/ by his wife nail, \l\al meeting this week at :Mt. ,
I 1I'u-1
nn /nant, and closest personal friend of publican convention. The knowledge that President Hard Dr. Speber King. Inh, Siiwnnnee county to continue for Robs Calomel of '
[th new president to be the I Many observer, '
"right around the
execu- log had Mrs. J. p. Tomlinson
announced himself a total abstainer and sons, Pitt two weeks. I I IlIun.

.and man? of the Coolidge administration : tive mansion attached considerable I and had told friends who offered and LjiunV, of Lake Wales, are the Jetties' Kelly, county judge of Nausea and '

political importance to the fact that him gifts of liquor that he could guests of Dr. J. E. Maines and family Madison county, Is visiting relative Danger .

In the opinion of many persons! ho Stearns brought additional influenceand not accept it as it would be a violation for a few weeks. here. The judge Is a very jovial limn I

'o be what Colonel House was tome support for the president with of the spirit of the law and that Miss Mary Thompson of Savannnh and, always in !good spirit and hill Medicinal Virtue. Retained and Im- i 'h

administration of Woodrow Wilon I the visit of the Massachusetts Republican during the Harding administrationno Is visiting her friend,!, Miss Cliirler company Is enjoyed by his friends '
8
l"oV'd-lItml'rou.
Some believe that he is destined I organization last week. This liquor has been served, at the table Long, and Sickening ,

:i play an important part in shaping; :;''was the first concerted action from for official guests makes his Mm Frankie Priester left Sumliivfor here.Minn Frankie PrieHter returned to dualities called Removed."Calot..." ."Perfected Tablet rj f'

))1'a legislative prgoram-others, who I I any state to put themselvesand their words doubly forceful. a visit with friends in Trenton her home Saturday after a week's' --- y F

nave been watching him with critical state organization behind the new ad While facing the fact that there H Marcus Howard and Ernest Butler I visit with friends in Trenton.Dr. I

n '.J! fear that h" may become an ad-i i ministration. a large body of citizens who are attempting of Dukes were In town Saturday., ( J. II. Mann, of Greenville, (ill., Thu latest triumph of modern science '
ministration "nuisance." Political leaders also nee significance Mrs\ J. 11.ll1nn:
and
i to nullify the prohibition KOII, Howard, hut accepted the position us ilrni It.st ) 1 Is a "dtf-nausoated" calomel tablet -
During the first few days following( in the fact that it Is believed law President Harding has been optimistic returned, home Friday from Orange in tho Lake Butler Phnrinncy. known to tho drug trade ua "Calo- m4 r t
that William M.\
Butler Boston lawyer
the elevation of Coolidge to the presidency as to the outlook. "I am con- Springs.Mr. Miss Mildred. (...>C>, of Jncksonxille, tab," Calomel, the most generally 1, '
and intimate friend of Stearns \ ,
Stearns was seen constantly vinced that and Mrs Roger Collins of Pensacolu is \ her
they arc a small and ngreatly visiting aunt Mrs.\ Junes useful of all medicines! thus enter on ,
n and out of the executive will be named attorney general Attorney arc visiting her parents, Mr. _4 lmw t yr
suite. He mistaken minority who be- Mr. and Mrs II. S. Long and family a wider! field of popularity-purlflnd
'nacted the role of major domo at the General Daugherty resigns, asl I, lieve the Eighteenth amendment will and Mrs\ Townnend.Elilrrd and, Miss Mary Thompson of Sitvnnimh and rellncd from those objectionable '' t

presidential hotel. It was during this is looked for. Butler lately became | ever be: repealed" he declared In the Duncan anw Carl Brown attended services at Miller! <>n qualities, which have huretofer! limited .. .1 r11
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period that, in order, to arrange an Republican national committeeman j speech above referred to. were visitors to Miller Friday eve- Saturday. its use. -
when Secretary of War Weeks retie
audience, for Justice Sanford of the ed. "Details of enforcement policy will ning.Miss Misses J Rutcllo: RoHenlierg and Tdcle I In biliousness constipation, headache '

Supreme Court, who had called he doubtless be change as experience Blanche Roberts spent the Kelly, of Itartow, and, Menitrs. Carl and indigestion, and in a great

intruded on a cabinet conference the | Bay State Political ITub dictates' Further I am convinced wwk-end nt Miller the guest of Miss and Rune Brown, of Miller, were visitor variety of liver, stomach and. kidneytl'oubl"11 t ''
"resident' was holding.President's Together with Butler and James B. that whatever changes be made Cnrrle Belle Brown.
i may to Raiford, Sunday.A calomel wall the most *ucretftfiil -
( Reynolds the Washington banker Mrs.\ Margaret Townsend of Jack-
First Caller, will the sincere
represent of
purpose surprise party was given\ nt the remedy, but Un usa was often h
The Boston merchant was the first who also hails from the Bay state effective enforcement rather than the '"tvlllo, spent the weekend here with homo of Mrs. L A. Duncan Tuesday / .." ( l
..
alter, to enter President Coolidge'a I the three are acknowledged the newpresident's moderation of the general policy. relatives. night in honor of her son, EMrcd.Game q u itli llea.1 I

Rice at the executive mansion! after I| closest political advisors. "The general policy of the states :Mrs. J. L. Brown and daughter and mimic were enjoyed during i most pleasant of medicines to take
-
he new president took up his duties. I 1 It is expected that they will help develop to support) the prohibition program, Carrie Belle were in town Saturday. the evening. Those present were Ono Culutnb at bedtime, with a (wallow I

Hi hud been with Coolidge almost and put through a program to and to co-operate with the federal A chicken pllnu/ was enjoyed by n Missed'' Kate Epperson Russell Rivera of water-thllt's nil.! No mate, ,
'mtinuuusly since he arrived in thistv be fashioned after the New England government regarding it Is attestedby large crowd Friday< evening nt the 4
,
lake. ( Entelli: KoHenherg Vlrgio Thomas n ) griping, no IIIIUHUII, no suit 1 U. A
Outdoor
following Harding's death. business plan. the fact that almost unanimouslythe til late hour games then were played un- Blanche Roberts Mildred Lee, of good night sleep and the next morn-w

Frank Waterman Stearns is well Taking In consideration the presi states have passed enforcement crackers a nail lemonade pilau pickles Jncksonville! Clarico Long/, Mildred\ ing you are fueling fine, with a clean ?'

Known in his own state. He i il chair- !dent's three advisors and with the i laws of their own. were served. Roberts Mel Kelly and, Mary Thompson liver, a purified system and a big up-

man of board of directors of R. II. executive support, the speaker of the "For myself, I am confident that and Everyone voted for present another had n good time of Snvanmih, Mensrn\ I'dr'd:: petite Eat. what you please No '

Stearns; Company the great Boston house Gillette Weeks in the cabinet we are passing now through the most one soon. Duncan, Casper Duncan J. ..:. Maims danger.
\
department store founded by his father Winslow Greene, Treadway and Rogers difficult] stage of this matter, and that visitinm Miss Leona relatives/ Keren and friends of Daytona here ,for I III Maurice Lnngford/ Earl: Peeple,, Ionian Culotab are sold only In 1 original Ir r t a a

and for years has been the I as house leaders and Lodge In n.s time passes there will be a more few weeks Rivers, Hugh Register Malc>>lm sealed packages price thlrty-uvo f

Wrongest political adviser of Calvin the senate all from the Bay state-- and more willing acceptance by authorities a Miss\ Jessie fowling returned home Lonjr! Curl Brown, W. T. Chestnut, cents for the largn. family package, i l1

oolidge. I Massachusetts la In an excellent position everywhere of the unalterable Jr. ten cents for the small, trial package.
last
Aundny from Madison where ho
Stearns is trustee of Amherst College to get what It wants before obligation of law enforcement. had been Means Aubrey Duncnn, HniftrdRosenberg Your druggist Is authorized to refund '
attending school
from which the president was congress. I!I The country and the nation will not Phi has been summer and Clarence Roberts, returned be thoroughly delighted with Calo-
visiting relative 1 In
graduated; a director of the Chil With these developments Boston is permit the law of the land to be made Valdosta nincp. She : home Wednesday front Camp tho price an a guarantee that you will i A

dren's and Homeopathic hospitals of I fast becoming the Hub of the political ,{ a byword. by her cousin Mis was accompanied Howling McClellun In Alabama. I tab*.-(Adv.) 7-e-13t
Mary
Boston South End House and Bunker I I wheel]-and the hand of Frank Wa i-I: of Valdosta, who will visit her J. E.: Douglass, and fimily, Olin/

Hill Boys' Club, a member of the executive ter Stearns Is seen spinning it ognized not as an issue between wets I Thomas and family, WIIMo Knight

committee of the American around. !I and ilrys not a question between the I for a few weeks. anti family Sheriff Hrannen and family I

Trust Company and of the Invest- I :' ones who believe in prohibition and !\ I.ont Friday an bringing Mrs. R. in K. her Griflls little, offanninII' J. R. Townsend and family, li. E.

ment committee of the Provident In- | N.TJOXIOUltNR: PASSINO OF .\ those who do not, not a contentionbetween wall; Dell anti family spent 'Ihnrmlay at
.ititutlon of GREAT LEADER those wfcr want to drink and daughter, Irma, three years of age,
of Savings in the town | Lake Palestine fishing and l nMiing.

Boston, a member of the Congrega-! I those who do not-It Is fast being reached for medical Tomlin treatment on-1IIainPit, as drug the store car A bountiful picnic feast wu ->|>re.id

'tonal) church, the Chi Psi fraternity ]I In the death of President Harding raised above all that to recognition and enjoyed.
the child l died. The carriedin
body wan ,
and the Massachusetts, Middlesex! Al- : prohibition and law enforcement has as an issue of whether the I Itws of the millinery store of Mrs. G. W. Following I Is a list of the applicants I

gonquin, Brae Burn, Country and Un-i lost a fearless, champion and advo this country can be and will be en o' fur state wheel examination
<>demon where kind-hearted Indies
'prsity Clubs. cate. Friendy to prohibition from forced. held In Luke Butler last
/ week : :Mlda-
Seen Significance I the time of his candidacy for the t!:1 "So far as the federal government did what they could. The body was ell Lace Johnson Carrie Belle :Drown '
burial
prepared lor and taken bark to
While Republican leaders are hold presidency his sympathy and interest i Is concerned and I am very sure al'so Manning for interment I Anna Douglas, Alberta Bicllirig,

ng many political conferences which | have /grown during the last two years | so far as concerns the very great Mrs. G. W. Coleman ,,' I| joie Bennett, Uuth Richard Ethel: .

-___ I land he hns frequently taken occasion '',' majority of the state governments t ilif !Mirror millinery store proprietor, nciomr '11-> I It 1: Kaulcrfinn I/ois Drake :Maudu Blair, We Grind Our Own Lenses t '

i to give expression in a public way to and the local governments It will be I Anna Mu Anderson, Bertha (DowlIng -
ASPIRINSay ied by her Miss\ pn"lCll\! '
approval of and belief In enforced A gratifying, IHecd. it may manager 1\IpIIHI'S. 'K r
I his hearty f I Kpperson.: have been spending th,' Russell Hewitt, :M. A. ?
the policy represented by the eighteenth fairly be said an amazing progress lilnekwoliier! Deiimond Dukes, W. ... ?
'v "k in Atlanta laying in a 'ippl\ Qoiineaville
Florida.
I amendment and his determination i has been made in the last few years Week r
of fall and winter hats.
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"Bayer" and Insist to do all In his power as an ,
I Dr. A. S. York, who has beer spi >, !I.
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executive to Its enforcement. '
promote WATKKMILLWatrrmill
| ing the last three month in \ 01'" Minx Ethel Dyul returned homo on
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One recalls the earnest words of I tr
I Georgia visiting different points, ar- Sunday! after a two week, visit In

Federal Prohibition Commissioner rived here :Monday., Ha left at noon I Aug. 21.-J. F. Turner JackNonvllIe with her uncle, E. J. M
Haynes at our world's W. C. T. U. i The Advice cf This EtarVo: Woman and family returned home Thursday pawling.Mer. i
fur Klngaley! lake to join a ti \tiff ,
,, I (convention in Philadelphia last November I I. of Great V".u'. party there and on his return wi'l'! I from a visit with relativou In Georgia. *. Johnnio Polk, of High t I % '

0 Q telling of the constant cooperation i Many a w<.mm' i back baa many" resume his Journey to St. Peter.tmrir:, Spring, Hill Ilinen of Cooter Pond, 'i
given him by the president Misses Rhoda and Keba
/ aches and [ut,n* his home. The doctor had been 1n Brown were Misses Avy Starling, Ethel: Dyal, "

in his difficult task and the insurance I Outlines 't'a! tue: kiduoytT fault. Georgia for his health ia U much im visitors to Hampton Beach Thursday Rhoda and Alva Thomas attended, '
ho receiving at all times of Mr. I afternoon.Mr. .
; was
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I That's 'hy Duua'. Kidney proved. Sunday school at Graham Sunday
(larding's aid and support in putting 1-1.1'1 and Mrs. II. E. Thomas Carroll

I are so -cilf.. / Mr. and MM. K. E. Dell anti n"n, evening. ,
ever the enforcement program. Many St.ulv; w'>r/iea know tiiis. I Ernest: / Mrs. Alan Thomas and 1 dau ',h and Carey Atkinson were guestsof MIa Opal Lewis spent the weekend f"

One of the strongest speeches of Read what ')1' has to iiiy" about It: ter. :Miss" Vlrgie, visited In Alach ,a friend here Sunday afternoon. at New River the guest of her -

the president on hU recent western ', Mrs. Slots "K.t.cherry. St., say. i-ounty, Sunday... Master( J Pa son Ron :Mr. and Mrs.! Kill Bailey and chll- aunt Mr*. Bill Hodge

tour, which was interrupted by his 1 wan: all! run i.-vn and suffered! .erts of Wllliston, accompanied Mr. dren who have been guests of relatives Hnv. J. It Kelly attended the
Unless you me the name "Bayer"P"AR8 on and untimely death, was that from kidney dlsot' er. I couldn't returned an-
illness : ItH to their home at PlantCity
nual
or on tablets you are not getting Dell back and will be his guest for a meeting at Long Bridge Saturday I
delivered at Denver, In which he dealt up or down .uiout help! b<.cltu.e ut Saturday.
the genuine Bayer product pre couple of weeks. and Sunday.
and fearless fashion with tie rawer) t..iu..4ii tint. Oman of utj Mrs, '
oribod by phymnian over twentytooyearn in masterly Miiis Ruby Proctor returned Sunday Maftha Pan-tan, of Lake Butler Ruby Shaw of Pine Hill f
and proved safe. by million furCobbs of prohibition and law )tack.: I Ci-.U-.r.Ij: via* iu a bad cuudiUoa. the spent lent ,
the questions was guest of her sister Mr.
week
after month' visit with relative hero the
M a guest of her '
l..y a ac eJ too freely grandparent '
with the
Headache and pleaded
Lumbago I I enforcement : and I f.Uj.orec > :oat terrible. pains laI and friends In Starke and Jacksonville Tearcy Robert one day last wk.Mr *, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. f
Toothache citizens ef the United tates to stand : *. Phenla Parrish returned
to
Jr.arILche Rheumatmm the back of m- b"nd. I beard abut William Fowler, of Starke. was
Neuralgia Pain Fain 'i I four-square for the observance of the I' Doan's KMn-.t TV.a!! amt! three borer, Rev. W. G. Doyle will begin are- her home In Lake. Butler Friday. laid away in Dedan cemetery Thurs
One of the
Accept "Bayer Tablets of A pirin" eighteenth amendment. 1 which I bom.ht:! at MitctaU'a DrugStore day. Th .m ny friend of this famIly '
only. Each unbroken package. contain. : striking paragraphs in that address : (.v. iu4 wonderful rei eL" toward better enforcement."We ZIFF sympathize with them In their

proper! direction. Handy bo* .i of I i I was his appeal to the people to put | Price tiX, at a.i: dealer Don't all recognize that tt establish grl.f.Mr.. ;

twelve tablet coot few cent! DI'1II- aside personal desire and set an example imply" ass: for a kidney remedy-cet in the public mind an attitude of willing Ziff, Aug. 21.-Mr*. Wallace Thin- and Mr. 17. E.
Riata. also aril bnttW of 24 awl 100. i and observanceof Doac'n Xl :. 1'II--the: that obedience law Thomas, of:
'i of abstinence < ey lame acceptance and to pen and children, of Waldo, spent Brooker

MajMifacture Aspirin to tlw of trade JIaoonreticaoidnrtwr( mark of Bayer of I'[I the spirit of the law. "Whatever, Mrs. Kite bad.. Fot'r-Mllbura Co.. .U the most Impressive mark of a civilized last week here the guests of ber Mr. and, were Mr*.guests J. 0. of Thorn their parent Tues-

SaUcyUcaetiL. satisfaction there may be in indul Mfrs, Tl'iful! : N. Y. community." mother, Mrs. E. Thlgpen day. '

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liant] When things did not go right: woman and of the excitement which I ..

; 1 Bradford County TelegraphPublished he did nut seek relief by blaming others -r prevails in that city on account of i it. More Than One Entry In This Racer

_.--- --- ----- for it. He was true to himself We are not drawing the color line I

and, other; he knew that competence in this matter. This negro) is said ........

I weekly and entered as contentment and respect came only to be a vagabond probably passing

second class matter at the post I hroll.'h hard work and honesty lie through the country-just as was

+' I office at Starke, Florida. did not live for the day only; he plc- the negro who started the tragedy i in C'MOM

'I I turtil the future before him, and Levy county. We do the vast majority .
: C'/-'OM
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E. S. MATTHEWS. Editor:: and Owner I therefore built and planned for his j of the members of the colored I 1.923
v 4 1 1t successors, which were not intended race the justice to say that they HEM C'AAONCOW 1
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., \ to he roving strangers: but his children themselves &greatly deplore these : I "
''t i PUnUSHEH EVERY nun.I .\Y and' grandchildren.! lIe was sat-' things. What we have said< applies .1- PRODUCTc 4A \ J

I I II i,Oed with reasonable profits/ and had to all miscreants of this sort, be they '. I PRice r ,+,
l CNEN
I therefore, the good will of all. white or black or yellow or red. I
b SUBSCRIPTION: RATE
I In contradistinction to the truck Gainesville Sun.

j Per Year _________ __ _______$2.00 .specialist, whose inactivity and poor

I; i I< management: make him unsuccessful DON'T QUIT

and discontented we are glad to know I
IS F.UOIINC. I ECAYIN ia
that many farmers of grandfather'stype When things: go wrong, as they some

still exist are contented and! add times will,
What JIBS Become of the !rood old- to their holdings year after year. When the road you're trudging seem

fashioned farmer ? lie. was never In a all hill,
They would not sell out at any price. up
r t hurry, to be sure, yet he was always Also that many strangers not to the I When the funds are low and 1 the debt

;: M' working nt something rained all they manner born came hero poor in purse are high

; provisions he needed including pork hut rich in resolve, and by means of And you want to smile, but you have
and beef, hud plenty of pouches, pears
ty hard work and stamina are now wellto to sigh,
I'i plums and gropes/ not only for his down bit
do. They believe no spot' on earth When care is pressing you a
Il t own u"p. but to sell. He Hold ponchos has so many advantages to offer a Rest, if you must, but don't you quit. =
at $I.rill a bushel). grapes: at five cents .
working man as Bradford county.
a. quart early sweet potatoes at 75 ( Life is with its twists and ;
A Urndford county farmer is! so queer!: ; \
bushel and later for 30 '
w cent a ones turns,
,happily situated that he should make
cents and syrup! nt 40 cents n gallon the:' most of his advantages. His first As everyone of us, sometimes\ learns, ..,'.
i end was satisfied.!} Ills great pride': And a failure turns about (
I care should be to grow at home all many / -
4 was to have fut "critters" and to have he have had he I
When might won
t r the produce ho can; the next to improve I
r t everything nround him well fed and and stuck it out;
his farm with convenient
I contented to live within his moans roomy buildings /good hog and dairy Ilon't give up though the pace seems v : .l \ F ARME a 4

I/:, and to pay his dohts. Piles of old tin'' stock, fruit trees and vines of many slow- (

1 cans were never seen around his You succeed with another blow.
I kinds, roads and ditches and also apiece may

premises. of woodland. If ho can do io, I
rll'i I But this kind of farmer Is seldom! without inted''rlnwltl1/ his general Often the goal Is nearer thanIt ? y ill q 4 .,
seen now. He has been snrceedcvl 1 by _
farming, he may grow some truck seems to a faint and faltering man
T? t, : a specialist in certain truck crops crops.! Providence does more for n Often the struggler has given up

s I and he forgets: or neglects the more other When he might have captured, the .
farmer than for any man, yetit ---- ---- -- ---- -- -- -
'\ essential features of farming. When requires that the farmer should do victor's cup. ash register' and emptied it. 1: torn shirt fronts showing where diamond I to the officers.

1 he works ho Is in n frenzy to get his his part The government the state I And he learned too late, when the All Heavily Armed : pins had been jerked from them About five hours after tht

s, 1 Itr"llconlltured or to reach the shipping the county! spend great sum for the I night slipped down, All of the men were heavily armed, All of the robbers carried a pistol I, which occurred about 3 O" H', '

I ; point in time. When the season benefit of the farmer, which must be How close he was to the golden and a boy, said to have been not over I in each hand when they entered according -! morning!:, a ]large automobile

I I I is over he travels about either in arickety paid for by men mostly not farmers, crown. ltd, brandished two revolvers over the I; to those in the roadhouso and I Ilone ed to have been stolen from i,
automobile in
i I or a dilapidated while other callings have to work out crowd while his companions looted. | carried two pistols in his right of downtown hotel in Octroi 'inu

_5 wagon drawn by a sorry looking their own salvation. Success is failure turned Inside out-- "Keep 'em up" he called over andover I hand while he searched the guests. last] night/: came through Mon:

,Y J mule or Texas pony, and holds conferences Selling out and moving away is to The silver' tint of the clouds of doubt in a singsong/: tone, firing occasionally .Small change, keys and other value an excessive rate of speed r
with others of his class declaring
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I' jump from the frying pan into the And you can never tell how close when any of the guests spoke less articles found in the pockets of man Reinhardt, on a motorcv." ,
i that ho hasn't made ,
i expenses fire. In almost every case the mover you are, or moved.At the men were thrown on the table, alongside the machine.
_
I I and roundly cursing\ the buyers express -
/ must be compelled to take the first It may be near when it seems far one table a bandit attempted to the bandits taking only jewelry: and One of the occupants flashed

py .: ,company and home, commission merchants.m'n.For railroads the- fob thnt offers! which is Invariably So stick to the fight when you're wrest a ring from a woman's finger. bills.As and the patrolman drew hiw

j ; the hard the high rout of living will hardest hitIt.s The ring stuck, and he pulled the diamond the bandits withdrew one man The policeman fired five time
last named
I now generally require
make It difficult to make both ends when things seem worst that 'IIIImUBn't.qult. from its setting with his teeth. began telling what "he would hove the machine before he fell with
conn from him because of slow pay
,1 \ suffer! the The woman fainted. done had he had One of the
_ at all. meet and his family must a gun. wounds: in his stomach. Late tin ,r
or no
pay
;: Meanwhile work to be done on the humiliations and hardships which are Se'cstftl! One guest offered to release the bandits turned and fired, two shots ternoon the automobile was four",

+ 1 j. form is nl'jllf'ct'd-"but whnt's the the lot of strangers./ The time forgetting Colds Cause (rip and Influenza 'clasp holding a diamond pin. "Have I toward the crowd. One of these hita a cornfield nner Monroe\ and itan.
cheap farms in Florida< ] has r not time" snapped the gunman as he woman in the arm. lice who had been ordered to M t,
; ? use of doing anything when everything 'I LAXATIVE: DROMO CHININE< TiblrtJ rcmnt" i h .
I against hardworking about expired and those who are fortunate "aum Thor. I., "...y cno ""."f qtw jerked the pin ]loose with his teeth When #ifflcers arrived fifteen minute8 roe, began a search in the belief ,
; / goes n poor .
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I ti farmer?" If he can scare' upanything enough/ to possess farms, '' r r '.. and brandished a pistol with his right after th ehold-up the injuredhad some of the men in the machm i

to AI'II. he bring it to the sh(>ul.l hang on to them. Success in land. After th ebandits departed, been removed and employes and I been wounded and were seen'.>"t ,
/ SENS.\TIONAL: IIOLTJ I'P AT DETROIT I
,I towns and demands, three prices for farming in Bradford county does notdepend INN moro thna a dozen men guests had ,, guests would give little information I I the cornfield.

the ]land but the .. _.. _
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town folks; lot 'em pay; they skin us man.
.It kn Gunmen Rob 170 Person. Kill Policeman r
farmers enough." Hut he \t too smart -- -- ri
n LUST AND: LYNCHING! and Wound Four i
to bo skinned lie feels justified, in ,
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_'. using up a dollar's worth of tires and< Detroit, Aug. J9.-Seven" gunmen I
\Ve have said in these' columns II
gasoline nnd several dollars worth of
'I early today held up the Allendale Inn
h time-If his time was worth anything'! time and again that we abhor lynch at Warren and Snyder streets lined I
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-In traveling from town to another law and, that, except for one caupe '
one up about 170 persons, and, obtained
and one only we hope, to see the day!
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1 to save 25 cents on a sack of | money and jewelry valued! at several
i\ come when citizens\ will icnse to take LA
corn. thousand dollars. Four persons. I including -
lie "feeds" mostly on provisions the law in their own hands in mol '
,r one woman were shot and .
bought In the stores and his "crit vlolcm Our courts are doing their! seriously injured.
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tcr. when foil nt all, gets Western duty and doing it promptly. There The gunmen escaped in an automobile

corn When his place him been mortgaged lit no longer any just cause for criticism and an autmoobile containingseven

i all it ran stand, and he is in of our courts of justice and no men believed to be the game

Arrears with the interest, this hard- longer/: any excuse for harping about ones who held up the inn, was seen :
f worked ill uecd farmer gets mad the laws' delays. We shall be glad to
in Monroe, about forty miles! southwest ,, f fe ft
the when nil of fi
day come manner ,
see
swears he will sell out and go some of here. The night: policeman ;
crime shall be left to our judicial tribunals i
where where a farmer has a chance in Monroe approached the autmoobileand i

no tremble to sell the place. He sells one of the persons In the machine
out, and with .."hat little Is left after We have written before" and shalliore shot' and killed him.

the debts on the homestead have been again write, that there Is one, Two of the gunmen stayed outRide

paid he moves aWRY to work for wages and only one. exception to this rule. the roadhouse while three entered at

for someone else. His successor, Whenever n man, bo he white or
the front and two from the back. As
bluck. shall' seek by violence, to rob
most probably is not even able to soon as the men were inside the door
grow truck, and he in turn soon sells)" n woman of her virtue we favor they began/ firing through the crowd

I out and) Is succeeded,) by another non- hanging him to the nearest tree to ed dance hall. Women screamed and

farmer. Thus slowly but surely our 10 found. We I should not, ourself fainted. The bandits lined the wai-
hesitate to join such mob if mob
farmer men are deteriorating. a
ters up first. On eman !guarded the
I This state of things should l not exist you choose to call it, and we would waiters two went through the crowd

and would not exist if the present bo willing to go in broad daylight, from table to table. "

generation of farmers would be satisfied without any sheet around via or any One bandit guarded the front door, fe.
lood) on our face to vindicate a woo
with reasonable profits that are
;r while another guarded the back. All
man's virtue. We are moved to .Ir.. > .a..re.a.
sure, instead of following chimeras say
t ? of the men inside the roadhouse were
that experience should l have taught his because of the news. from our
j heavily armed and those on guard
them are only mirages. Also! that I sister. city Ocala, of the attempt thereon showed two guns. They stripped the n I

Whine 1 fs gained. without unceasing Saturday lust of a brutal and vag jewelry from women and monpy from

I work and careful planning.: To waste abond negro to ravish a young white' the pockets of the men. In their haste

time by loafing then trying to make the /gunmen searching, the guests tore

&= others pay for it by charging exorbitant diamonds from rings and stickpins\
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"Easy come easy go"explains the failure of thousands of well-paid workers -
is Then they
prices dishonesty. Become* with their teeth.
Screaemann
should' emancipate themselves from i German Chancellor J Whether an argument at the roadhouse to get ahead in the world to better their condition to own a home providefor

the notion that every one tries to between two women diners that old age and give their children a better chance than they had.

"do" them. There are profiteers in preceded the entrance of the !gunmenwas

i the country but there Is no reason a part of the hold up plan is being How easy it is to set aside a certain portion of one's earnings to be de-

,r why profiteer.a farmer Our merl'hRnt.01'11 should also/ prove goods a u5 before: investigated the bandits by appeared the police.a woman Just posited in a bank regularly on each pay day I And how astonishingly rapid is

as low as cost and overhead will allow diner rushed to the dance floor and J the growth of this reserve when it is added to consistently This habit if form-

e them" and our buyers pay as much began a heated argument with a ed early in life and followed persistently in itself is sufficent to insure financial

for produce as they safely can. It is woman dancer whom she accused of

true that when grand father: sold' new paying too much attention to her es- success.

sweet potatoes at ."'> cents n bushel ort. Start a savings account with at least one-tenth of your earnings depositedon

,and grapes, at five cents a quart the At the height of the argument
things he had l to buy were much when. the attention of the patrons was every pay day You can easily adjust your expenditures so that you will '

cheaper than at present, but not centered on the two women the ban- never miss this amount. Just as easily, you could spend one-tenth more than

enough so as to justify his grandson 5,5 entered. A of shots was
Bits volley you are making, and never get any real benefit from it.
in ,charging several' tunes as much. fired into the ceiling announcing( the

Improved farming methods should ., tiiP presence of the robbers, Then under Many great fortunes were originated in this way---by saving a certain per-

enable the farmer of today to under- over of pistols, urns msn went to the
..fell his grandfather and still make centage of earnings and putting it to work for its owner. Interest works for you

Pert ICE: TO BIDDERS;: FOR FfRM* HlNCi: and and It increases
y,, money. STAMMRn>> WOVKN: HIKE" >' :Mb.HTAFLES. : day night on holiday your capital and the return is con-
We often hear grandfather's farming ETC.
fulrH blih. will .tw. nxwlvnl bgr th. board of stantly growing. Start a savings account.
methods rldil'uleil.'t much of bond! tnuu. of .RraJfonl eounty. Horftia.. M
the piffle of the oeretary of the board at
bear" emulation in
did
what he can Starke li.rliln., until t tee 0'.look p. m.
this age. He was manly and self-ref Srnt !.'. Itia I. unit it that tint publicly
opened. for furniffhinir f. o. b. Stark }'(In. Bradford County Bank
I car tone* wir. edh<* Inch combination
fo Worms In a ncaUliy Child wntpiml,

? All children troubled will Worms have nn nnhralthy lift jn Men Man OI.Sod pi.nulli.ft .. 4 per cent Interest on Savings
colur. witch Inillnitrs pier blow am o ken Zed nail
rule. there i' more or lea tomach dtaturbiirKir.ROVE BCUJUN Dr. G ,. S TASTELESS CHILL IONIC' alv 1 eau eras t o< UM a.People'a ... of wire it I. nropoMMl ta furnish and the
Inrly for two or thnw weeks wll' rortuh 1bkG1/ p-utr lpearw a-hootdeni IwUtfW J mrtaat thov will load In .*ir.
t Improve" ihcdlilMtton,anil act n...ti-noraiStri, <;. ..I- tart Of I t.- trgw_MUUoD osOe6 I Th' bo....... IMI>VV th. right to ....J..., any
and all\ bid
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rain* Tonic to the whoto' ym -m. 'Nature will ih n E. S. MATTHEWS.Attntt .
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Ihrow offer dint l the wiirmu.aan'ihu.htMw'tlr:: -r.e ?-
c la ccrfw.! beiltn. Plauut. __*...Sue 1-er. botUa -. .c. A. ruTCH. i *.at.'l.-Chairman.
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Saturday, Aug. 25th, we offer to,,ladies to put aside their own affairs!! promised to prove by ;he-;inspired records L. Brown on Monday night'-- -The-- t

the public] and our customers our en- and undertake this work, particularlyat ] of John' preaching! that him singing! evangelist'will! continue to Jt JtRoy ,

: h: Bits of LocalInformation iij) tire stock groceries at cent price. I a time when an ease! chair, a shalv and hij brethren are real, simon pure, -ing for Evangelist] Brown. a ts i
Reason for sale nt cost must make nook, a palm] leaf fan and a nearby Scriptural, New Testament, John the I Our state evangelists, Roy L. Brown 4
p I room for different line business. Peo- pitcher of ice water would be much Baptist Baptist, preaching the identical und! wife will be )hero to preach next 5's '
ples Grocery Co., near depot. more conducive to comfort. doctrine which John preached !,Monday night Of course, Bro. Brown '

Mr: J. L. Peek, :Mrs:\ N. D. Wn '1- plus] ono item.Everybody I does the preaching and Sister Brown

Concerning Our People, Business and Judge J. P. Kelly: of Madison, was I wright anti :Mrs J. II. Ritch are the in general\ ], and nil Baptists works personally nnd socially Bra

l:J Progress in the County and Town. gj' in Starke the latter part of last week ladies in charge of renovating the in pal'UculllIIro invited to be Brown ''s no trifler In divine things! '
guest of Cal] and Mrs A. S. Crews building. present but with him preaching Is a serious ,

Judge Kelly: is state attorney of his Conic. Feel] free: to come, being assured business! He is n man of faith and 1 1 .Ld'
district and won laurels] in the famous FOR COUNCIL in advance that not ono unkind prayer.: A man who handles; unseen .i .
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f f. |I I Higginbotham trial in Lake City or abusive word sentence or syllable: things as things really seen and felt. 4f ..A i4}:
M r" some time ago. ,- A, Davis is hereby announced a will be uttered by tha minister. Like), Johnuthan Edwards, he is terribly ';';;

I : candidate for one year member of I j Bible school] Sunday nt 10 a. m. in earnest. With him sin Is a ', '.
town council! at election to be held cn '' miserable, loathsome, damnable thing''
:Mrs. W.
\\I J. Epper on gave a delightful Preaching at 11 u. m., "Tha Model
] house! party ]last week at her Sept. 1'.: 1023.!I Your votes solicited.) 'I :Married Couple.] I IAt With him sin is sin, sntnti satan, and *t'

: home on East :Madison street The 8.20: p. nx., "The Pre-eminent 1| Christ the Christ, who is the remedy :.
i J'' : guests were :trs. Epperson's girlhood l HOUSE! I'RTYT KINC.SLEY: I (Christ. | for sin nnd the conqueror of satan. .t.; "J

i friends, Mre.: J. 1>. Tomlinson! of Lake LAKEA i i Thero will also bo preaching Frt, ',: 'rh"' man, the preacher Roy L. Drown, Q> :,

Wales, :Mrs.:\ J. E. :Maincs, of Lake ], .ln\ night at RO:: n. m but not snt- tho real. cwtngcl of God in tho pulpit
Butler] and Mrs: Jessie Andrews, of number of prominent people of uriUiv night.Preaching. moth. i/< H that] ;. '
|
"There ha stands f .
Jacksonville. Starke and other places] enjoyed avery '
'
by our stati iMingi'list t Th > I li of that skies his divine
t.atee themu
] < :
pleasant week at tho Cunova I _____ a ;

\ :Mrs. "-. E. Knox one of Starke's cottages, at Klngsley: ] lake HIM Olive sacred, his. credentials] clear < ,
u' suburban residents, ]left Saturday for Among/ those composing: tho party It\ bun the violated s
law i
were :Airs.' J. E. :Memos, Mrs. P. M \ speaks out 1 '
a visit of a few weeks at her old its thunders!
Padgett, of Lake Butler; Mrs! J. P. irENT-A-\VORD
'I'' homo in Columbus, Montana. Mr. and \nd 1 liv. him in strnlns c
sweet
: ; as as I,
Tomlinsoti of Lake Wales Mrs. D.
,
:Mrs. Knox
came to Starke several] anj.l'IslSU .
] months F.. Knight and Mrs. W. J. Epperson,
and
ago bought what is Th01')11'1' "
: of Starke) Misses Doris Averitt, of / whisper peace
1\1|],' known as the Bryan place on the =No mum of last year's Almanac, !
\ Jaiksonvillo and Connie
Henrietta
,
.. Kingslev lake rondo They aro meeting I AUTOMOBILES buy and! sell old no slang' of the streets, no plausible s
Pnd l'tt ',"ilIi.! :V.ie Johnson, of Lake
with success nt chicken farming. automobiles nail parts.' Write or tall-talk from Roy i.. Brown, but tho
Butler, MeM'rs. P. !M. PadgettV.. J.
au'i" call. Alfred Gurey, Routo A, gospel of love proclaimed) In ]lave 4
K,, : IX HONOR: OF :MRS. LAW AND: Epperson, .1. E. Moines, Jr., Ralph Starke, Fla. 8-lO-4t Come you can't afford to miss hoar- t ting
Atkinson, of Hastings, Hal] :Mjilnesof ,
MISS I] LAWA
him. Como to service,
: Sanford, John Padgett, of Lake FOR HALE-ChRp, ono bushel! Ten- every $
'
AV. K.: nAUGHKRTY
.
sir- pleasant social affair of ]last week Butler, Dr. A. S. York, of St. Petersburg : plants, ready Hil\/ \' Jut. If interested Minister, I I w ,

.s was tho reception given by Mrs. F. Pitt and Laurie Tomlinson of nessoe! green pod bean I seed. R. F. 4
pn I A Scott for her house guests, Mrs.Allie Lake Wales] Iris Epperson, W. .1. Ep I write J. M. Truby, Starke, 0-22 10-L'G! "
R. Law and daughter, Miss Doris person, Jr., and Hollis Knight, of I riles Cnrca tn to 14 !Bays! .
\1. ; Starke. FOR SALE-Missionary and) Klon-: ,meta fmitl moiU'V If TA/O OlNTMrNT, fill.
: ; ):, : : : : : '
of New V.
Smyrna. M 'T'l l v HI i I r Ilinlnr 1 I'inlniinnil Pl'"iii
ie ] : dk strawberry) plants, $1 I per ,, KM. i i i '. mid' tau .
j This highly esteemed family formerly .' .
'to 'I e
'n. / thousand f. I b. Green Cove Kemlvfor
o.
I SAFE BEHIND II VRS
] lived here, while the late W. G.
immediate shipment. J. S. ]Mar-
Law was! the much ]loved pastor, for '
J. I.. SIM MOMS( '
I maduke Green Cove Fin.]
: three] years of the Baptist church. A colored man named Johnny Springs! I
: ] His sweet-spirited consecrated life is Brown, charged with breaking and; 7-27-8t-9-H! 1'LlIMIir.K': AM I) iiF.CTIICALCOMKACIOIt: :
"
'I d : ] entering, i is In the county jail. lIe :
I still ]having its influence the lives
on HI EEIS-If I ) not already, on our mulling
] ESTIMATES: : CIIF.UKFUI.LY: J1VKN
(
had] sled, this neighborhood but wasarrestfil
of some of his church members. After -
list and receiving catalog, send( '
.: t'
:I Telephone I32-AV
In Gainesville, where he had )
his his Rev. B.
parsing on son, P.
address for
I name and our Inten'at-I I
: FL,\. i,
STAItKIO.
become involved in the theft of nnautomobile.
II T.nw ordained minister then In
I an lug and Instructive new fall catalog 1
] Drown was turned over
the Baptist Theological Seminary in Kilgoro Seed) Co., )Plant] City, ''
\ Louisville Ky. was culled to follow to Sheriff Epperson Tuesday by tho
Fla. 7-20-71-8-31 I 't, '
Louise William's
., his father as pastor of this church. \Ia'hull county sheriff -

I : Although/ he was young, and this his FOR, SALE--Cheap, ono mowing mnihinu rk
first regular] pastorate and followinga :METHODIST I / and ono small t Iriuk. Can bo! I'Itl'ES: I OH ,

man of experience and ability, hewn seen nt my farm a miles south. of
>> ; : : very successful, especially) in organizing Sunday school at 10.00 a. m, I.. C. Stnrke, or write A. I''. Petterson, SATURDAYAugust

H! training and building up Prescott, assistant superintendent.The box 335:\ Starke. It*
"',,''. : I tho work of the young people. In this attendance has kept up well -- -. 25th '
this summer, considering( tho fact WANTED-Man to work on farm.
he was: nbly assisted by his talented
>l'' sister, :Miss Doris Law. Near the that no man are away on their summer Write to A. F. PoUerson, box 355, CASH tI Vb
,I'K :\ : [ Miration. Slarke, or meet nu at ]Manning'[
elope of his second year hero as pastor -
Minilav. he was culled to the Lake AValei Rev. J. B. Rooncy, presiding elder store next Saturday afternoon.. It* :
church. After vainly trying to Induce of the Jacksonville! district, will hold :j llw. TOMATOKS( He'
STRAY m-Ono yearling blutk jersey
1'' )) him to remain tho church very services next Sunday morning at 11 heifer hind, feet white.. Please 2 ll>*<. Tomalm's -OeJ '4i I fC
*f i J' : reluctantly accepted> his resignation. o'clock. There will also be preaching l
conllru aid, notify F. J. !Pntttn,
lie :\ : Luring> the five years residence of nt 8 p. m. Quarterly conference at Sturke, Fin. 11* Ih.. IVachi's! can' fte' s r

I these good people in Starke, they 3 p. m.Prayer. '
'I 2 III*. I'rarhfs: 2 for 'J.'Sc; ,
I M. ] always interested in and worked me'tinlVednesday evening -
were FOR SALE-20 pullets! S. C. White
'/ for the best interests if its citizens at 8. leghorns, 5 niontliH old (Young's Sugar per pound 8c I It

Miss Law being one of the. fnc- strain), heavy layers, und olio firm
lOc/
:t :cent Tablets I Ink
BAPTIST CHl.'KCH:
ultv of the high school and Rev. Law i orkerel, for $25.00. Oscar Van cll'
", : and wife also at one time teaching in V .. \'ere.IiIM.burll: ]Road!, Sturki
'..'"Wffll'J] the school. Mrs. Allie R. Law, although Regular[ preaching services at the I It. (Prices on others. go accordinly I
""II' I : / an invalid confined to her rolling Baptist church Sunday morning ondevening I I'fll.r
II ] to be conducted. by Rev Mr
I chair, was an efficient, consecrated :
.' 1't.' ] helper at all times, and her words who U assisted by his broth '
of cheer and wisdom encouraged: and ,'rho ]leads in singing. Dr. Tuyloi; I- 1t4
: Inspired those who came in contact has been conduct' intf n aerie ,of meetings -U--

] : with her.Purina. at Hampton and so far there ban .
1 W. : this reception the hostess! been 51 additions to that church '

\ : [ served iced(] tea, chicken and fruit Come nut and hear this wonderful] \

tless.I snndwiches. Many friends, both men man of God.
: and women, called on the honor
I guests. ('IIIUSTIASll'ltel/ / NOTES r1r.i.

:Norfolk Mrs. Law and daughter I'ftfon! a .
i dew / day for their home in New Smyrna.IN Thursday night is Baptist night at :
the Christian church. The subject of I 'to

Mr. : COUNTY Jt'IKIE'S: COURT the sermon is "The Mission of John ( ,

atka, Baptist. Text Luke 1:17: ; 70-77.

n it her, : Solomon Kite was charged with using In this discussion the preacher has

a horse without owner's permis
Airs. ] sion. Defendant plead] guilty and was
motored fined $15 and costs or throe months in ,

'w ] / I Jail.Simon Jones was accused of transporting r rl 41'T?

Mrs. I booze, hut plead not guilty. \\w; .
"'ablo! : I A Jury composed of Tobo Norman

>f Airs. Lem Thomas Emory Lewis, M. J.
Sapp Sam Crews and Tate Crosby,
1V.. : could! not agree and mistrial] result] "
'
W'i il!>- ed. The case will again be heard today .. SEPTEMBER 1923 (' n'N

'np to ) at 10 a. m. MHere's N W rat ATo
ina. The case of Alf Barnes for a similar
] offense, after being continued, 11

\ ] : wil the heard the same day.
2i t 'Ih, Elliott Brown, a very much colored ] w
> ti
11 l '")R. man, was up Tuesday for assault the contractorthe
. ur : and battery. The crowd that came to
witness the trial] was so ]large that mason and carpenter -

c',i. ; ; Judge Green held court in the circuit to rebuild it.

,nville, ;; court room. Elliott plead not guilty
tarke and the following citizens served as Insured. against losi by fire-

lakes. jurymen: G. C. Sweat, A. O. Andreu you are always. rrrtain of .nifrivnt %
Allen Johns, Fred Waters, C. A. Futch money with which to re *
Misnes j and David Kite. They returned a build. Innuranru ha*. been the 1

Floyd, : verdict of not guilty and defendantwas mean of replacing many a home
5 Weeks
motored : discharged. that otherwise would have remained Beginning TuesdayAUG. :

, a muss' of charred ruin.
P"nt th
SCHOOL SEPTEMBER THIRD ;. 28 TIIOS. MEIGIIAN: in ..CA....'" lUCKS" ,
A policy in the Hartford Fire
Sirs. l Insurance Company will furnish AUf 31-AGNKS; AYUKS: in "THE OIW.. ,\r.." '
'"*. ] At a meeting of the trustees recently i
; lOll. held it was decided to open you the money to bring the contractor SEIT. DOKOTHY DAI/TON in "TIIK' WOMAN WHO /

r. ith. : Starke High School for the 1921-21() a mason and the carpenter WALKED ALONE." +'
: : term Monday, September 3rd. All to rebuild the property fire

F. r.. members,of the faculty have been selected destroys. To delay buying. this '
w'lson'! and If there are no rfnignationi projection may he lluaotrous.: Gaiety Theatre Starke u

," ,unt : everything will be in readiness Insure today. ,

,ther for the start on the date mentioned.The .
school] house is undergoing a FOR SAFE AND SURE "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For

If: thorough renovation under the supervision INSURANCE, CALL over 35 jr*... the E. O. P.int.r Fertilizer Company ha. furni.h.d florid
\ of the school committee of theWoman's grower with f.rtiliz.r.. Th. continued patronage of eipcrienced poweri..a!
.-..* Club. These ladies deserve J. R. Davis & Co. proof of satisfactory reiult ',

... high praise for the interest,they showin .COULD BETTER FERTILiZeR IIE MADE WB: WOLD MAli IT.
the school.] These annual house .Agency Established. 1886 Write r.r New r.n Price Lien J..t l....<. T
T cleanirurn are a big undertaking, and STARKE. FLA.
!!: Fertilizer C
!! it requires real patriotism for the E. 0. Painter Jacksonville, FiaFRIDAY









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,1 PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST 21. 1I3.! :

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I DON'T LET CHICKS EAT .... FOUR MEN ONE WOMAN had gathered -' *', delight0.? .

SOUR FEED; MAY CAUSE KILLED IN SEAPLANE CRASH ure resort for the Sunday ami '

PTOMAINE POISONINGSome end, and immediately boats ":

, i With The Bradford r- et.-: ru wANT_ Propeller Broke and Portion of It to render aid. .

people sometimes have pto Ts' Tp.l. Aar ,At ,tNufiIt.V Ripped Through Wing The bodies were all recovi i '

maine poisoning, the sometime depending : THAT oCT'i Tel J sibly the most badly larerjn.,. I ,.
County Farmers their I Pensacoia: Aug. 19..--Four men and broken body was that ""
i t I on eating certain infected II MILtti of Liem. wv .:

: :.I food. But this trouble is not I one woman were killed instantly today i! ted, wh owas acting as pilot ,II u j v",

5 ll confined to man. Chickens often haveit i at 10:30: o'clock, when a commercial received the full force of th
I 1
if fed or allowed to eat any and I seaplane piloted by Albert J. illS tho heavily laden plane .i] '

1 IMPORTED BRASSES ARE RURAL COMMON: SENSE all sour or decayed food. Symptomsof Whitted, of St. Petersburg, crashed: splash. AI lare said to ha. I II

PROVISO: WELL ADAPTED this disorder are darkened combs, : 4to into Santa Rosa sound near Camp I dead when rescuers reached th ,

TO [:I.OIUU.'ODITIO:; :-. S Our PuHture Prohlemx Being Solved; drooping wings and feathers, and relaxed I Walton, forty miles from Pensacoln. of the wreck. Young Mr. p '

World in Getting! Better nerves which cause the birds I \ The dead are Mrs. Hubert II. Harper 'I was tho son of the owner
,, N a....r on Poor. Lund has Produced to ,stagger and lose' control of their \ f VForgot 25: wife of Birmingham, Ala., tensive Weiss Patterson 'n' .

I 200 Per cent :More Silage Than (By Spuds Johnson) head and neck.R. newspaper man. I I manufacturers of cypress

Corn: DnlliN und Vu..cy Not Affected We had turned into a building! for C. Blake, instructor of poultry Tlbert J. Whitted, 30, former naval I The family came here from Louttlan mbfr,

by Frosts. ; llahia Better than a few minutes rest and to get 4t drinkof husbandry at the Florida college of aviator, St. Petersburg. j I recently upon the opening ,of the JIg

Bermuda. cool water. I noticed the express.' agriculture, says that midsummer is Frazier Patterson, 18, son of a I milling plant which is locat. ,I II'i

backed to the door and i south bank of Bayou Chul.n. '
wagon! up the season when this trouble is most r prominent Pensnfoi" '''-''Uln. "

Results! are being secured in tho in- loading up with some bags. I didn't prevalent. He says that: it has been S. I). Castlcman, 35: traveling salesman I employs upward of BOO meour ,

vi'BtlgnHon of various! pasture, soils say anything till I had had an opportunity wrongly called chicken cholera, although Sylacauga, Ala.I1u"h .

'!'1," ""'d h-iy crops at the Florida Experiment t oknow that it was a talkIng genuine fowl cholera is. rare Himself M. Brown, Sylacauga, Ala. we a"!:ie.'t' ;'ma,;

s Station at Gainesville. Certain matter in this Mother-Well, Bobby, did \ remember -
country. you
i 1 1i W. E. King, of St. Petersburg, | rciitpret vitality BUL 'iic.ru, by yurirytog .
1 l plants have proved themselves<< We were in Gainesville attending/ I The condition of the grain and mashin to be a good boy at the party mechanician for Whitted, who did not rchlnf! the blood. You--an soot feel tiftna ,r

i' capable of doing well under conditions !- Farmers' Week and the building was the hoppers may be considered the ? go up in the plane, was. the first to i nloa.. lavlitoratloil CITiwt. Price ate

f '' thut urn peculiar to this state. thut of the experiment station. The cause of ptomaine poisoning. Grain Bobby-I don't know, Mumsy. 1 I reach the wreckage. Hearing the resounding I! lllli FLORIDA SANJTAldT'\f

p f I Some live through winter, others es- wagon was taking away bags of Ba- that gets wet and Is then allowed to I had! so much fun that I forgot to pay crash he rushed to the placein

tahlixh themselves! on very poor land, hia !grass root stocks to l be plantedon stand in the hot sun quickly fermentsA any attention to myself. a speed boat. The woman's body Florida Sanitarium

I j 1 + and. almost all of a large number pro the dairy farm of the state college : chicken that eats such sour grain! I was the only one afloat. She showed Orlando, Fla. Medical,and surglca IJ< ,:
duce crops thnt are unusual on muchof for in Tallahassee the usually becomes seriously ill with Personal Dynamics '' "
women faint signs/ of life when he reached'her ternity, capacity 100 patients i En
the land of this state.
' I When poor it comes to establishing it- sister institution of the one we were death following.. Sambo, I don't understand how you King/ said, but died in a few sec- ,I ment modern, rest, diet, physic.-?.

( visiting. Prevention Is the best cure. Keep can do all your work so quickly and onds. It was necessary' for the mech therapeutics. Unexcelled in the
j self on all lands Buhia grass, a native ulnr.
Prof. W. E. Stokes came along and the dry mash hoppers clean. Do not so well. anician to dive beneath the debris to'' east. >
of South America, deserves honorable tt
I asked him about this Bahia grass. leave any uneaten grain to spoil, and I'll tell you how 'tis, boss. I just disentangle the bodies of the four ;
11 mention, according. to W. E. Stokes, .....
I The I He explained to mo that it is one of do not feed' sour and moldy feed. stick the match of enthusiasm to do I -
I grass and forage/ crop specialist.
men.All
I i' 1 grass! while it nemls its roots deeply several new grasses that have been Once a bird is affected there is no fuse ob yenergy-and jes' matchural-! five bodies were brought to I II

into the soil, actually making a solid tried out and found suited to Florida positive cure. However, if the symptoms ly explodes, I does. Pensacola late this afternoon by a Insect Bites ?

f f I conditions by our station. I learned are recognized in the early stages boat. I
mass! of earth and roots! I is! easy to
that this give one teaspoon of castor oil
is distributedover Ills Part
I' being
l ? I eradicate. On the other hand, it is grass Flying at an altitude of about two MENTHOLATUM)
the state to number of to each sick bird. This help
!I'' hardy. It is strictly a pasture. plant. agents and farmers a who county to some. may Kind ol' Man (who had just stopped hundred feet,. the propeller suddenlycame I .stops the itching and

''L Dull is and Vasey grasses are becoming agree Hiltop gang from initiating a loose! cutting off the entire rear ,
it and continue gives comfort.
its distribution.We .
: famous! as all-the-year grass- grow new kid in the community-So) you portion of the fusilage. The wrecked ,

I es, even the severest frosts of the went down to the fields and EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS OF admit the unfortunate boy was carried machine dropped into twelve feet

''i winter of 1022.23 having had no effect grass plots and found that really we COUNTY AGENTS to the pump and half drowned? of water, all five of the occupants being I Ii

: upon them. They thus make it who own live stock have somethingto What part did you take in this affair killed by the crash. One pieceof I NOTHING LIKE iT ON EARTH

possible for the livestock man of this! he nightly! glad of. Among the Polk-Citrus groves are looking ? the broken propeller flew across ; Tho new treatment for torn flesh rut!*.
grasses! seen Dalits and Vasey live well fruit is wounds* sores or lacerations that i M
on : very clean. Many farm doing
state to have the sound about hundred
green pastures every Tough Kelly-De left leg. two yards : such wonderful work
I kind of soil in flesh liraliiiu i iI r
: day of the year, solving one of the any wet or dry and also people are attending farmers' weekin into the woods, on the mainland, the I the Borozono liquid and powder comliini!
I through the hardest
; most serious problems of livestockraising winters we have Gainesville. Chestnut You Can'tbuild other acros sinto the gulf. I tion treatment. The liquid Bororoiio us
lad! In the last four Charley-
years. Bahia I powerful antiseptic that the
in this part of the country. I purifies
t The fall of the said tobe
the U-loU of plane was
a reputation on
wound of all
has the Dade-A and infectious
i grass! advantage and none of complete avocado census I poisons germ
of these able to do
Both
grasses seem duo to the of the I
? the of of the life. : breaking propel. I wbilo the Borozono powder is tho great
Bermuda and shows 560
county
,> well on almost any kind of soil, from disadvantages growers ler, and portions of the wheel ripped i i beal!!!'. There is nothing like it on rartb
Johnson grasses. Napier is the heaviest owning 156,581 trees, the greatest I I for
: ] and
high pine t oflutwoods. through one of the spreading wit.gsf ppoed safety efficiency Pure!
Napier according to Profes- soiling and silage crop known in growth occurring within the last Airplane Poultry i (liquid) 80c, 120.: Powder lOt
I grass the flier. The crash was witm>a Florida. year when 42,000 trees were set. "See here "
nor Stokes, takes first rank as! a soiling said the angry custora-- by hundreds of pleasure seekers vha
and silage crop. Sixteen tons of Yes, I've been telling my neighbors er, "when I order poultry from you All Drug Stores

,' silage to the acre have been produced there's a better day coming for Putnam-.San Mateo and Pomona again I don't want you to send me

1 al lof us, that is if we live long growers have organized and will sell of those airplane chickens."
on the farm of the experiment station any
rlJ .f
frm otwo cuttings! one season of enough. Sometimes they try to tell their fruit co-operatively. Florahome "What kind do you mean, sir?" ;.atA1 : HIli ydYEAx; $ A Fine Tonic.

this grant It has produced, 58 portent me that all this world is on the road bean growers are shipping and plant- "The sort that are all wings andno \ :

I : larger crops than sorghum, and I to perdition, but when I see such ing; prices good. meat. ,\ffRSM111j'S Builds You Up

!I,1 \ :200! per cent larger! than corn. Its things as this I can't believe it. This -

chief advantages are that once planted world is a big one, and its people are Duval-Farmers are buying large Chestnut Charley Again C6SI..Y.ONIG Prevents etndRelievesMalaria.

many, but Nature has a of letting numbers of fig, plum "II
I its way grape pecan
it is a'ways planted, protein
... C'ills arid Fever .. Dencue
all all and Chestnut Charley retorts-Ask :
content is very high, and it yields regions and people work peach trees, planting them in any
enormouxly. together. The very nature of thingsis practically every case according to dentist how much attention you need

for improvement. The world instructions from the and he'll say a mouthful.Yes .
is
county agent
All of those grasses, Bahia, Dallis, .. r" .. ,
and be in getting better all the time, and the here. rtri- ,
I I .I' Vasoy Napier, can planted \ /
We Hate No Canaries
lute summer and fall. However, from people on it just can't help improv TodayWe

lute spring to midsummer is probably ing./ Taylor-Farmers are harvestingmuch passed a newsboy on the street 0011

t tion from two cuttings, one season of hay. the other day, and listened to what I ,

r''. THE COCK ROACH SHOULD he was singing-it ran this way: I I yjsjm

. BE KEPT SCREENED= OUT Hamilton-An increased interest is "The bird's misain.
; POISONED:" BRAN BAIT song
AND FED SODIUM FLUORIDEOne being manifested in the control of the searched the
They've
t? WILL CONTROL:; SWEET ; flat
corn wel'vil.fany new cribs are being '
But find
f POTATO CATERPILLAR they'll never ut,
,\' of the most annoying pests of built and old ones remodeled and 'Til they search the cat.

4 r the housekeeper in Florida is the cock made air tight so that carbon disul- Tum-de-tum ta-da! td 1
Damaging results of the sweet -
potato roach. They are particularly fond of phide can be applied.I1i11aborouphFarmers. I
caterpillar have been noted infields ,
[! starchy materials and will eat the
I Not in the Books
I i throughout/ the state and formers -
I starch off of curtains, book bindings, ; are begin-
I aro making Inquiries! of agricultural ning to harvest hay and corn crops. Fond !Mother (to son returning after I '

,i I specialists for means of controlling etc.The first measure in the control of Citrus prospects are good. the first day of school-Well, son, ?

I II ,. I this pest. cockroaches is to keep all food in what did my little pet learn at school
:' A bran bait is recommended by J. f
tight containers co that they cannot Clay-Things look optimistic here today 1Little EnroUNOW .

I, I j R. Watson, entomoligst of the Florida j get to it, according to J. R. Watson, this week; you never can tell when Pet-I learned two kids not (

1 experiment station, for the cheap and I entomoligist of the Florida experi- months of effort will\ bear fruit, nor to call me sissy-by soakin' 'em on
effective control of this eat '
t ravenous ment station. Tightly screened houses I when bad will\ change into good conditions the nose! I -
er of potato leaves, and directions for
i will aid in keeping them out. Some farmers are tiling the
i I making it are being sent to many Light That Failed
The egg! cases of the cockroach are land. One particular farmer who
I
'i farmers.
I flat, black capsules, half an inch long. planted four acres of cotton this year' Wife-You used to say that I was

I' ,I I To that make 20 pounds this bait of bran Prof., 3 Watson pounds These are distributed in cracks and and followed instructions for treating the light of your life. I Starts You Toward the Ownership of a
says
: .. crannies about the house and should the boll weevil, will make two balesof Hubby-Yea, but I didn't suppose
I of cottonseed meal and 1 pound of,
S I .A be destroyed wherever found. cotton.
',1 ': Paris green should! be mixed thor- that you were going to get put out I
Sodium fluoride is a very good poi- at every little thing I happened to !
'
This should then be
r'< .4 oughly. dampened -
son for roaches. It is a white pow- Columbia-Our farmers were proud 'II
say.
1 J' with 2 quarts of water. The
I :, tier which can be scattered! around in of farmers' week, and we won the I
mixture should La moist but not slop- I, -
"I' I{ ; dark cupboards, bureau drawers, etc., first prize for registered attendancea Summer Hotel Stuff il
of such! consistency that it will and short
: py in a time will have of
I wherever the roaches are apt to hideaway purebred Jersey! bull calf. Onlya you a car
full in line flukes when sown broad Guest Now look at this
f' during the day. It gets on their few of our farmers were able to room right : your own. Then all "out-of-doors" will be

I {. I cast. feet. and the roaches in cleaning It off take in the entire week, however, the here. It's terrible-so small and so I I yours to enjoy with your family.
,,1 u j'' It Is best to put this poison out poorly furnished.
I
t t l ri't enough of it in their mouths to most of them will able to get the Information -
{ \ cither in the evening or early morning Proprietor-Sir, that's a telephone I Think of the comfort the and
\poison them. There are a number of they most needed. We all pleasure
\ in order thnt it will not dry out booth.
( good l roach pastes on the market usually will be back next year to take in the happiness which will be yours
. '. ;f' too quickly If properly made and!
consisting of phosphorous in full session.
n. 7 sown it will full In very small (Takes siime form. Some- of- these. are quite You Can See Through It Buy your car under the terms of the
\ 4' and be of no danger to fowls or wild
: eltVu'i.t and the housewife will prob- Flagler-The potato growers of tho Professor-What insect lives on the :
c bird that might, pick it up.
r'' ably prefer to use them rather than county are being organized, and it least food? I ,
i the tines with loud
. Spraying are4 I
, gn t othe trouble of mixing her own seems certain that 73 per cent of Student-Please, sir, the moth. It
nato using I pound of the powder
mixtures.If them will combine for co-operative eats holes.
I or 2 pounds of the paste form and r!>0
J- these five measures observed marketing. fJ 1aw
t :,: gallons: of water, Is also recommended. are :
Lime water added} to this spray namely, keeping all food out of reach All. All Alone .
screening the house tightly, destroying Wakulla -Our farmers who attended -
will prevent burning the potato foliage. She-Oh, I wish that I could find For as little as $5, you can select the Ford "
the eggs! wherever found, scatter farmers! week were much enthusedand
f I some place where I could be cut off
and
I you want place order We
epryning.l ing sodium, fluoride in dark corners came back with nwe Ideas And your at once.
Dusting is cheaper than entirely from the rest of the world. I IHe
I and spreading roach paste about, the they are telling others of their experiences I, will put this money in a local bank for you
sticks better if
It applied while the -Try a telephone booth.
r4.; jew is on the foliage. Use a mixture infestation can be kept down to reasonable and what this farm rally | -at interest. Each week you add a little

of powdered arsenate of lead and 1 numbers, Prof. Watson says. means t othe farm people of Flor "Biting" RetortI more. This also draws interest. Soon your

lime that Is well hydrated or air- ida. : payments, plus the interest earned, makes
plant is its leaves. Every day that
like cheerfulness. I admire
slaked; four times as much lime as any the car own. Come inl! Let
those give
leaves us
cannot function, just your
one who sings ut his work.
t arsenate. HOW'S THIS?
thnt much less will be the amount of How you must love the mosquito.To you full particulars about this new plan.
Potato vines nut HALL'S
may sprout now CATARRH MEDICINE will
y material produced by that plant. The do what we claim for It-rlil your a.8tem
::4 t leaves after the worms have enten I
leaves are just as essential to the of Catarrh or D.afneaa caused by
them off, but the potato crop will be Catarrh. Cure a Cold in Ono hay ,
plant its roots
as ; one system cannot HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE" con-
p greatly reduced. The factory of A alata of an Ointment which Quickly take LAXATIVE. BROMO QUININE (Tablet..) ,
work without the other. Relieve .....*the I ouuh andJlre'h.. and n>rk* uf. ,
the catarrhal Inflammation and I....101 Ii:.W. \ :. aeu.tur.oaew.box.. l :IWc I
the Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which J. W. ANDREWS JR.
am through the mood on the Mucous I
Burrocee, thus Malallnic to restore nor- Authorized Dealer
mal condition i IT DRIVES OUT WORMS "
GENERAL INSURANCE Cold by druiorNta for over 40 Tear LINCOLN
FORD '
V. J. Cheney A Co., Toledoi O. The surest sign of worms in children la FORDSON
paleness lark of interest in play, fretful- i STARKE. FLORIDA :

INMAN & RITCH Habitual Constipation! cured fleas, vnruibto appetite, picking, at. the ;
In 14 toll: Day none and sudden! btnrting in sleep. When I
4' FIRE.! LIFE BONDS them it w time to
AUTOMOBILE "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a apec\any-\ W bite's symptoms appear give
Cream
Vermifuge. A few done
'ti Located in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14 prepared Constipation.Syrup TonJc It relieve.-Laxa- ve promptly for H'Ibltu but.' drives out the worms and puts the little

one on the road to health again. White's
Hour
Every Day. st-ovld be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
I Cream Vermifuge has. .a record of fifty C
induce
STARKE to regulaeaction. It Stimulates and years of successful U90. Price35c. :Sold by
it FLORIDA Regulates. Very Pleasant to Tak .* ttOcBet :
I oottle.F All Drug Stores

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( .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE !SEVEN:

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back. ; here with friends. CU'rk: Circuit' (>urt. Rrnilfortl County Fla.iSKAU : r

[ Many Lives Are LostVhen :Mr. and Mrs. W. W. rnckhom visited I i The week's revival meeting held at i, 8-11I.M-P-7' : ) By C. A. Dnputy KNIGHT.Clerk.NOTICR .

relatives in LiiKv Citj Sunday.Mrs. the! Baptist chuwJi was brought to a TO ItlDDKim

: Mark demons and children, I. Weak close Sunday night. Rev. J. L. Strick- The board of bond tnutooa nf Inn town oflnrkf. .
11 j ."\ 1-lorlila., will n-ci-lve blda on the 10th
Dance of Brooker are visiting her father, I land md Rev. J. A. Conway conduct- day! ,of -lHenihCT, 1BJJ fur ayo

: \ Hall Burns C. :M. Humphrey. j cd the meeting, assisted by Rev. T. Inti-nml r aupply I ciuiiliuiitinn: of furl vnidnra oil i for the to ho:'u"ll8'Installed ht>

Ross Norton of South Florida is Back M. Carter, of Fcoria. Attendance "I Ho Hunt unit wot.r plant. Blililri to fur.lilBli .
I nil niTfionry ,Information regarding the
I- visiting his parents Mr. and lIra: II.N'urton. was gnol.I all on which, bid li mailo.

[ )lllliJnt'ltLED. : : INTO LIVING I II L.UVl'EYLawtey I Mrs. Mildred Pipkin. Of 1 I (t. II. Barker left Monday for a few A: FUT'II.< J- TQUIOMCV.Chairman..

i 'i\ \rE HY FALLING KIKHKR. I --- J. E. Philips has returned to his I R. F. D. 8. Columbia Tenn., iln\s visit in Gainesville I t lyi* s-io-et-u-7

Am. homo I with i !III'.. H. C. Wimborly and :Miss Kthel I --
"I). hero
ROAR OF CKASH BKIMGS ---1h" to-iu' (..f after spending the past says: "My experience NOTICE
: I 11 1'. Powell's. sermonf6r nexi Fun- week with relatives in Miami. ,,12 Cardul has covered a number ol 111I !, \ Kirks were visitors to Starko :Mon- Notice In hon-hy iilrrn. to nil prrnona 'In.teivelud .

1)1) s\NDS TO SCE.IE.Yn'k. I day nt Grace Methodist church will Quite a number of our young peo..'I years. Nineteen years ago rJI .day.L. fliTwuio.1' In of tha UrmlfiirM, nilaia, ..m of,,')l.anra'. lot-Mil Whlt.-hi-ml. that I.,

be "The I L. Starling of Lakeland is Itfflwccit" Whlleh..... Kunrdiim of Oell Whitehoail -
1 down with weak back.
Enchantment pie attended got
of Lake Sea services at the Baptist I VIM-I unit, Kunlen Wlili.hcad, minor., will on
Aug.: 21.-Between ?5 and Beach," in the morning /ln,1o in church in Hampton Tuesday night, I GI wu run-down and so weak and ] iting his brother S. J. Starling, Amulet It. A. D. 18211. at 10 o'clock in th.moinliiK .
apply to th lion.
'infighters and a number of evening. "Facts About Hearers." Misses Stella and Freida Clovorscttlp : ..rvoui I had to ttay In bed. IIi n few days.Mr. county: JUilKO of ItrMdford*' coiuily H. A., Florida irrrn.,

were crushed beneath tons I Question hox All Blanche I read olTfcs I : and Mrs.[ Chas. George and son nt ihu courthniiaa In Stark*, for an ordi-r
about tha i Jnionof Humphrey Gertie Swin- I to !! private inla all rlilht. tltlo anI InIwal -
,ind masamy: the number' : of Methodism. del, Ni'ttio Gilyard Messrs. Knrl Mr.' nnd! Mrs. N. I* Starling and I In'I'(Voll Whltvhrail I anil Kiinice: : Whitelund. II -

? lulled not }known, car'y to- I Rev. Cramer of Lake Rowe Frank Will 'others went to New River Tuesday I Iwuil.: ilmwcd.minor: hnlra In' anil of the to th.mil l.aura l Whit*.
following
Butler, filled Bloss Willis Gilyard, namd -
p the roof of one of the walHe his appointment Sam Swindil. ; und enjoyed a fish fry. I ,' rrnl i-nintr. altuiite. and lylnu In Bradfordronnly. ,
at the Methodistchurch l-lnriiln. to-wlti
(- itorv bui'din.' ? housing the South I A series of II i The ladies of tho Baptist church met I All ;of I..H r anil S. niocik two. Town ofiiwl.j. "J
Sunday. meetings tart here at
!!P I |' lorlilH.. alKi all of Lot K4, "
Ka
1 1III >t .
clanco hall in UrnoVtvn at the home of Mrs. II. C. WimberlyTuesday
n/n i, Prof. Duval spent the week-end In I II the Baptist church Wednesday. the I I""t.v. n.M'l.lii. aLo w..at on* acre of lit
11 during the course of a lire Hampton. afternoon and organized 1\ 11.: I'nut: 10wh'". Morlda, aleo the Knit: Halfof
| South Kant: Quarter of Northwuat Quarti -

,iinces were rushed to the :Miss; Bessie Tt'rr3of Jacksonville, 'II'III 29th.M.. ZI| Sullivan of Miami was a Tonic fl Ladies Aid Society and elected thefollowing JO>r,autva.H.... 22.:more! 'I'P.orvm n, K"iiu, 12 BH.I, oonlalntnir

and Manhattan offlcers: Mrs. Wimberly,
trnin Brooklyn spent Sunday with her parents Mr. Visitor to our town Thursday. IIK11KCCA: WlIlTnilKAD.iunnllnn I .
I : 1 took it !Mrs. J. R. vice < of Cooll. ami Kunlce WhlK.hi-nJ. ml-
tot torn and a corps of nurs- !: IInl :Mrs. T.: J. Turry.I IJII and tent for it. only i president Rood president """*. -3-lli-881N01ICK

.insisted in the rescue work Mrs. Cotherine Tearo bottle at that time, and It and Miss Nellie Austin secretary ---- -.-- -- '
I was a visitor OP
BROOKER. APPLICATION FOH TAX nEED
i iirms of fire brought: addition- i to Jacksonville Friday.i me; defined to strengthen and treasurer. UN'OKK: Hr-MTION 87S OK TalK

non. who also assisted in the :i James Wester build! me right up. So that Miss MflRgiu Crews had as guest- tlitrrhy CKMEK\I.. HTATII'IKH
returned home Sun- noiiiw In uiMtt thm H. T. Purnvllit
Brooker Aug. 24. P. M. Barefoot how I first knew of Misses Lrona Susie and I .
rescue. day from Sunday, m 11. F. n.mrrow.. purrhrUi T. nf U* .nlttrtltlPMU'
I I his 15 days encampment and family have moved to Starke. We Alter that. when I began to g!a Knckley Crews, of Lawtey. .... numlM'tvd. roftpict.vu.y 9H. 1A*.,
Roof and Walla Crash nt Camp Johnston. 10'; unit III''. tailed by tho tax collector fi>r
I I wish them success in their new home. i 1:11): get wesk an.l 'no account', I j 113 Mrs. Art Griflls of Maxville attended Itrn.lfnni: r.ninly' I:;Inrldti.mi.t PPi-IUtcnta No.
,ivHremen\ had carried lines ofI Mike Futch, of Jacksonville, spent tJ OH bi'tnir dittvil June 7, ISUT. and Bald: cwrltnriilt -
and It
the I The carpenter gang of tho Sea sent right for Cirdul, I church hero Sunday. No 1C..I fain tlnt.it. luly i. .Him. unit ;

mo the structure and were I i week-end with his part'nts11': board were here laat week making nev'If': t( 'Ip me." M J. Austin of :Maxville wan /I'' mill Iltl.i': No 107 bvlntf i\atd\ July U.limn. '
,
..... the fire under the glare of : and :Mrs. G. L. Futch. I I Mtul OvrtHlrat* No. 00 twtnir dated
m a If ate wenk' snd suffering II July 7. him 11I",1 laid.
needed improvements to the depot. I ( you I business visitor hero Thursday.V 11102. r.TtilUHUIn myoiriott

', en powerful searchlights. I Miss Eldridge Reddish \sited[ relatives E. M. Hazcn has purchased tho' from womanly ailments, C rdu4 (MHO and)(10 litw accnrdnnctt Hindu' "ni>pll with
\V-thi.nt warning: the entire roof Manning:; Sunday.Mr. place recently vacated by P. M. Barefoot I F." may be just wlmt you need. B< TOrJIGOrovo's _|"", U'ely| embrnou tnn follow
.
and Mrs. i tnir In mlIn lratlft) >r<1 .""nly. Flurliln. a*
i m of the walls crashed bury- Doyle Boyer, of Jacksonville 1 W Take Cardul It has helpedthousands RW
and will move his family thereIn : 'intttelosj", chili Tonic iesureNEnerity ..MNfd. nt tho data of th* Imniiinoa of inchcrrtillcaivi
ili those in the building. A numif spent the week-end with relatives *iid ought to help In tho nnnn.ii rtvipttttlvoly, l.urvtn-
the near future. Wo are glad to f and Vitality hy r"urlfylnlint( aft or, imrllculnrty irt forth towilltVillrtrut
spectators close to the wall here. welcome them Brooker. yu- No, |I1W l embritti. *.* U.l. 1. n an.I
to III the HI, |. When fetil II
r '"lieved, also to have been vic- :Mrs.; David Reddish returned to her Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children who At all druggists'! and dealer. I I IEtr Htrc'iititlicnlnit.lnvlttiimtlnft Eiirlehtiiii MK eflVct you, see how* n.Unknown MIk U la town i>f Nuw Uivur, iui.Muifjil. '..

home in Tannersville, Oa., last week, (VrlUk'nIo "'It. IC.'I .n.hr.ocn. I..t. 8, 4, IllkD
have been spending some time at !"' l't'l '_ III'1t'CJ it brings color to the cliurXn) and how In town of N.tw IUwr, autBtwitml Unknown.Orlilldilu .
.;, ,/t." firemen were on the roof at after spending a month with Mr,. Kingsley lake, returned homo Wed 111m=. ..J.c:1rJll''1 'I'I1I":7: ''' ''"''IIU11'1r:: u it improves) tho nppelHo, you ..m lbml N... |107 f tiubrnur. Tolii. 7. H, .
.
I Jose Reddish. I'lk t II> lit town of New River, unat.jivil 1. M.HnrttiiK j.
of the crash.
'ime They were .
nesday. apprcri.ua Its trim tonic vnluu.Grove's *
"'d i into the flaming building. Pt- Mr. and Mrs. I,. A. Marr and children HAMPTON t'l-rltllcatr. No OH ntbrno.>., Iot D, Hlk D, (
The farmers are busy preparing: Tastcluos chill Tonlo In dimplylion 'In l wn of Nfw lilwr, 8-a. 28, Tp. 8. 8. R.HO .

'"i 25 and 50 firemen, fire officials! spent Sunday with relatives in the land for fall truck crops. There -mil Quuiino mispcmli'd in syrup. SnpluMsniit KitHt' nHHtwuoil Unknown.Unl.'ia .
Sanderson. Hampton, Aug, 21.-Miss\ Jeanette MMul ccrllUcntt-i. "hitI! bn rotl.wmrino
nted, were included in the group I will he beans, cukes and squashes / i-vcn children like It. Ttm til'-m <-<.nlintr 'In Uw. tH. "|KP.1| will IBBUO tlioron *-
Truhy Willis business Durden of Tampa, is attending tho nn tlm lId clny of St'iitt-mlmr., A. l>. lUJ.t.Vltn ..
'inir the flames in the building atm was transacting planted, here. needs QUININE to Purify it ami IRON: l i i iFnrlihit.
\ ..nn my oiTlciul nlwtiMtitr* nml ..1| tblatha
> of the collapse. I in Lake Butler the first part of :Mr. and Mrs. Ilubbard of Jacksonville revival services:; hero this woek. Destroys Malar'.ul'! 1I"'InKH" lot ,tiny of Auuuat A. 1>. IUU'1.: ; > \
.
';, collapse of the roof carried tho week. D. W. Moore ami family of Thcressa Ci'lp: tiornin t ty Slivnttllicntiift.ntinU Ir"l.o'.: 13. W. AI.DKKMVN.I f'; '.
are visiting their daughter; Clr-rk Clrmilt "ltrn.r| huge steel girders into the !Mrs. Hifrhsmith and children of have lipon attending: tho ruvlvul : Mrwr: ill". ( Co.olil., C. A. KNMllh'H'fitll : t

Mrs. Foxworth.Mr. ; .fl!t.____ Di'p u ty ('Inrk.NOTICK I
Jacksonville of her ; services here. PKTIIION: Kim Kl BfTION: TO CONHOMDAIK .
"I ruins and these are believed were guests parent nnd Mrs. M. P. Matheny were ---- -- !
; HI IIOOL DISTHIC1HW
RI'and Mr,. E. D. Sat Mrs. V. r.. Geiger of Brownvillo, !l TO rONTKACTOKHBIHIK
''iinning down many of the vic-j *, Boyer, shopping Gainesville Thursday.Mrs. tin iimli-rHliMiHil iiuulllU'il ttluctor* nfllrotiklyit
and Is the guest of her mother Mrs. T. J.Durdvn. tub HrlUHil tllxlrlal pulitlon, llm hiinvriiblo | | biiln will 1 b rooi-lvnl: by I ha I Himnlnf :
and of tha urday Sunday. : ::i ;
I'ries groan injur-I J. S. Forsyth and children' of lumnl nf tmlillu InHtruction to iirantnn Ittiml Tnirit, <4 nf I IlrmirorO t 'unty, t'lor* .
niirrcd the rescue workers on tii I :Mr' :M. E. Edwards and family left <>l lc.ctlrll to ili'lurniinn:: wlti>:thir or m>lllrooklyn nlii. nt the oirittn of th* .rcn-tnrv of t th. bo.r.l ..'
I Plant City were visiting relatives James who hax been visitIng nub ..10..1! tlmtrlot' altnll! lio conmilitllllcd *t Htnrhv. r.f.r.itt.1 Until' It u'clnrk p. m. nf
The work of last week for North Carolina where Zcigler: S.-l l MiilMT 4. : "
''- efforts. rescue! here last week. with 'rinrifii>n mill Ncluinl diklrlct.JOSUril "> lltllll. (intl nt Ihnt tllilo publiclyitH'imrl
1 ihev will few weeks. his ninther Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, 11(11T 1 I. for thu fnllnwtmr It.nia. on tUiUimtl .
')adly hampered hy the heat and spend a Misses Eunice and Lorene ITazen .1. I'. 1'ADi.r'lT: No. 19. In Hrndfonl connly :
of collapse of the J I I'Ialle'er :Miss Daisy :Moore spent the weekend left Monday for Theressa, whero ho J. 8. GIUNICH. H.17tSil: H' .>..tlni. \" riitiinuo ntriirlitr, >M !fttnrkvto ,
a re-I spent Thursday and Friday in Starke .
l.uwti-y. Itrlilirm'' lnwt. to lli.fhlnn.1. Ap. !
will before -
visit relatives", and friends
walls. at her home in Thoressa returning proxlnmia Irnulh 13 nill...
nc teachers' examination. ,
taking returning to his homo at Miami. NO IKK TO IIKIiro/trt AMI ( UKDITOHH Apiimiclmitlflv IHO oubla y'ar"l.. CIw. """
rn flames broke out afresh a-i the' i Sunday afternoon. :Mr.' and Mrs. U. D. Johns, of Tam- All iiiTMnnn ImlHitud. to tin.* rfltaUi or CoraTulliprt aoncntto for utrtintun-n' ,.
I !Mrs. Charles Strickland of Starkeis Supt. H. B. Wiggins am) family, llnlloway, Into nr II mil for,1 county.l'lnrlilu Aniirtivimuttily. HUUO pomnU iwlnforalntr f\
roof and I fifth .
"' ind collapsed!
n lia were visitors hero Tuesday. fl<>ci'iUM>if, will t>ny micli iMita furtli* .t I'

ii i if fire brought additional 1&1'1 visiting relatives hero this week.M. :Mr. Rivera of Gainesville a of Starkp were visiting hero this with, nnil all ppmoiiH ftiivlnu, clHlinii. aimlnrtnail 1 our cnlob' t.iuiini e..mptitu with cover.Ai.proMiimlHy I' (
was IM UII.. klmll lll. lliu HHIIIH. duly aullutnll- iton 'llmml fwt 01,
'1111? After ten minuter of dcaa& : L. Londholtz was transacting: visitor here Wednesday. week. car >.1 l with thu uniluntlunod, atlmlniHtralor 19 Inchtw" (In tllHini'inr.Apnroilmntt'ly oonurvt* pip* I 'j, 1-

( business in Jacksonville Frlla! '. W. P. Dirt and family of Louise, within two y,>nrii from Autftmt 14. 1D21! nrtluiy 7U(> llnral freot ouncnt pp| .. 1 11 j
work brought out one .
rescuers | Mrs. Millie Gninoy has had her will be form or ImrriMl.1IOYU :M 11.ion i Mrs. Otis Thornton was a'visitor were visiting his. son, R. L. Birt, Sun W. HOl.t.OWAV. \ r
f that of a fireman, Bud rive liadt house recovered. UUilO IInol root tru hiil tr**.- '\
AillnlliUKmtiir, l<>lnti> Corn 'lulbiTl llnllowny.MJ7UIIOU. lo pill'H, I
"t nired fire fighters who were sent I to Raiford Saturday. A. A. and O. W. Hazen and II. P. day. ..,..... ApprnicliiiHti\ Al M. F II. M. trrat.nltruuiurnl ;1; i. .
J. B. Hodges of Jacksonville spent Mr. Allen, of Thcrossa wan truiinno - -- -- Ltnibur.Approvlnmtfly, 'I\"
initals.
Oaincy attended church at Pleasant PETITION FOR HFfTION. TO CONHOI.I- 8 M. 11'. U. M. untreaUtltt t"
ting l business here Tuesday. : :: : :
relatives.C.
I Sunday here with Orove: Sunday.M. I>A1K SCHOOL "II1MTHK1SWo. rnrturm I lrnlitr.Sen I
Ruins Covered Half Clock who L Ion -'11" ClfftHnu anil trriibbtnic. tfrtiil- ,
J. P. Summers andi
family .
F. Barber and granddaughter thtt unilpHtirnon IIIIHIIIIIMI. vlvrtor* ofhervflHM
1'111' smouldering/ ruins built n seilchre A. demons who is a member i Hub-afhool illtttriul pi'tltlnn tlm him.irnhlii i ,nIl nntj! drlilnnwo utriinturtrii.. tiUrltw to lliMuch < ",
Miss Thelma Drnwdy Mncclenny: huve been visiting friends and relatives I lit. ounty' tin*. Aupronliimui Ivnifth Ulmllm. :
of the S. A. L. carpenter gang, spent ( iMMtnl "f publio Inntrurtion to Krnnt an .
four feet and coveringif
high and Mrs. J. W. I hero for several 1 wetks, left last "Ivutlnn to ilfti'mitrm, wluthtir. or not 'IhcrMi-1 '
,
of :Mr.
guests "purovltnutf-ly AH ol > nntl, .rubblnir.
were here with relatives. Ha and ... nfn* nrlntr -
block. Firemen policemen and Saturday anil llniohlyii mib Holtuol dlHtrluta iilinllooninlUliitii. ; : j J
i Thursday for their homo in Miami. .
Barber, Tuesday.Mr. :Mrs. demons went to Thorossa Saturday Apprfitlinutuly 64000 onhlo yor.In rvitulnr I<
mteer civilians attacked the pile C. I. (JII.V Mil)
Sun !Miss Ellery and Master Elijn Har- "XpftMiUtin.ApprnxiroKti. ,
Goethe Manning: spent
i '. side in their efforts to pretin afternoon to visit tho latt'r'sluther. \V M. III10WNI ,\\y Z40 cnMo" ynrtli oliui "A" t
i-ry din, of Jacksonville are gucnts. of W. MolllllC \
day with friends in Lawtey Sunday. S. ,'(>nwntl. for HinifitnrM, ,
victims. I ITh I and Liio Prescott of Highland R. Humphrey. Mr :M. L. Wattfrson this week.Mr. .1.. W.H NKM.ItAITKMI' : ApproxlinHtfly .j Lonnie .
E. L. Crosby and daughter, Miss I. .
roar of the crash, heard for transacting business here and Mrs. Lee Parker of Camp- MA UK IIMNIIIEU t'AUth bun In* ooir.plt.i. with oov.r.Approximately ,t '
were Jennie Maude of Jacksonville are .1 h. I'llll.LirSM fct
u hlocla around, brought thou-1 I viII, arc guostg. of her father H. IIA 1.1.a. IM tlm-iil ooncrtit plpli \
I hiii In fllnm .
IIP tt tr.ApiirtMiinulflir
itirlt! of and children to' Saturday. visiting friends her('. -sAiNHiii,. g.r-si-s-it, :! i
men, women Johns. I lino .hl..1 f..t ounoruUi pip :
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Leroy Ohteen of Plant City is visiting 18 liith.(< In ilt4 r.A .
h. tragic scene. The horror of the | NOTKK OF H('IIIIOI, KI.KC'IION: : .
The revival services at the Baptist '......ninthly I a 4 III) |IIn.,1 l font t ruttt..i|
Illation drove into THEKESSVTheressa his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. T. 'J'liv board of puliltti Iniitructlitn of nntilforil t".II". pi 10... .
women church still In Forty- G1
are progress. county hfri'by enlla uliKilloni to Itu held Apprwxinintitty 73 M. P. II M. tr*.ttul utrun .
hysteri.I'1 '
i ml their cries were heard Osteen. two additions have been made to the at hHrpNmi HoliiKtl biillilinv for ThurfflHa dlM'trlct turnl tlmlHrr.Approximately.
Dr. Bishop of Alachua was a visitor and nt HrooMyn vchonl buildinu for A Jvt, F H M. untrvittwltrurluntl rI
->an* and screams of Aug. 2 J.-:Miss Rhoda church. This Is tho greatest revival liroiiklyn (llHtrlft to ilrtormlna whrthi>r or ., tlnilwr.I '

the ruins. arrived here Thursday en- here Monday.Wiley has witnessed in not the two dutrleta ulinll eonnfilldutti. to otvrtthn I All work: to b. tfon. In Hccordnne' with I.I I.,
Bennett Hampton n long >. trunU'4-ii and U'tt>rtnlnci Iho Hmount ofmilliivi '
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nnmltirfrvlH.oiiM tI
and I tha i.I.n.l nnr| Mtt chi| limtmotlonii it {
Police lines hastily formed, held route to her home in Starke, after Kelly of New River to ba aMMVHiii.d. Hnlil vlurtlona. to htihvld itpucinl tiriivlaionn, iip.olllo' .tlonHinl ;
mother Mrs. Kelly of :':Starke were time.G. Hnturdiir. Hcit. 19. 1UH.I.: I pntprmnl' Hti 'he crowds in check and prevented II visiting her brother A. L. Bennett W. Hicks, of Oak has boon visiting For Iho liurlioHff of holillnii nal visitors here Tuesday morning.J. Thc.rc. .,i. f). W, MMiro.: C.: Hulllvan anil a.It. ., .
nnny from throwing themselves up- of Titusville. While here she was the relatives here. on thn ntlHchfil form, In t.hi> num tiflUui> {
Bwlntti'l
lira ai'I"lolo.cI mnniiKifni.For ,
ml nmil imynblu' tu K H I -
", the ruins from which mangled j i guest of her sister Mrs. Floy Sullivan. R. Eddins, of Gainesville! was a Dr.' Middleton of Starke, wag a : th iiuriioHn' of lioldinif: : mild vlretlon atIlriHjklyn. niHii, lMinr<| nf bond trUMtm* "U"ii..r: ,r laiiunty )J
visitor herehe first of the week.L. I J. / rudvrtt, Jimtiiih Iliilt and J. Florida miut, .reumimny .nuh pro
Irma and legs of many dead and professional visitor Itere'\ Tuesday.OS".Ir 8. <;rlnvr arv appolntrd' manan.ra.I pol.1'lnn.i. ( ;of 1

in-I and R. Gainey and children, J. II. ,. W, KICKI.iriClt.; iind ipvcinfiMtloti* .r. on fit* ttndmny '.r. .
ured could be seen in the glare Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey attended Andrcu of Starke attended, If. II. WKiOINH C'hnlrman.Hupcrlnlrnilvnt. bit fxmndii'il nt tliu ofTlni* of thv countypniilnper ,

tht flames. Mrs. II. E. Moorer were shopping in Kelly and Mrs. Millie Gniney services here this week. 8-17-At-U-H and mny b. M..aurv.l on iippllcHtloiifor j"' '
( church at Long Pond this week th" mitn of KIVM I1ttl\n\ "G.IIOI.> ;JiI .
Mews of the holocaust carried on' Hampton Monday. Thomas Wasden and son, of Waldo, NOTICK OP APPLICATION FOIl PAKIIONTaka Tbw rinbt In r...rv.d to ..Joot any or all l' 7'-

the winds and scores of wagons and and :Mrs. II. S. Roebuck were end. transacting business here thin notice that I will on thi> 11 III ilny ofptumlitr bl..1.! .
Mr. wcro A. l I'. llilE'l. or a. anon tlicrouftitr E. 8. MATniKWB.C : ""
of Law-
motor cars of all descriptions soon visiting relatives here Sunday returning Mr.' and Mrs. L. H. Futch, week.Rev.. willi. miti..te!; hrard. apply for a pnrdon for A. f-'UTCU. Chnlrmnn.PifTftury \.t
last week-end here with who waN convlot.>d fur lirandInreuny ..
,rowded to the scene and were avail- to their home near Gaines tey, spent M. B. Hicks and family of accvmiory anil. rnct lvini atolt yond* -s.nl-I-!

relatives.Mr. In thw elrault eourt Ilk anil for llradfordrounty. NOTUK OK HIIICKIFF'M' BALK
aWe in the work of rescue. ville Monday. Mrs. Holder accompa.nied Mrs. P. M. Barefoot anddaughters Waldo, were attending church here rlnriila, In Nov
Small Chance of Rescue them home.H. and this week. df..lrlnu may thun bo lizard on Ihtfmnrlui nf thttt OMrtutti xir..tittin. Iwitiwd out ofthu :ll't'l': i
of Starke were visitors of the application. v I ran it court of Umilfonl County, Fl 'r-
Those pinned inside the building E. Moorcr was transacting business It. A. G KEN.: l
intlor the fallen roof and its three Palatka Wednesday. here Sunday afternoon.Vascoe HIGHLAND 8-17.21-8-81 Atturni'y for l'ialtlon.r draw. .nd J. W. Andrew, .*, Jr., o-prtn r*.
1 in Hazen motored to Starke i ilofoki biuitnnM* undor thu firm n.m. vnd Mtylttof
heavy girders have small chance oj! Mr. and :Mrs. L. L. Youngbjood and t.OTIUrUr.CTW'" I II. J. W. Amlrww, At H
I Saturday afternoon. C. L, J'.k, mayor of Htarka' Fla., byvlrtun A. J. Hrynn )I. d.n.lo"t. I Imw I.vl.d upon
'p flame's'IT and Warren arrived A 24. Miss Ethel
the
ue as it is there that little sons Milton Hill Highland Ule. of th0 authority vtwUid in mtt liy law, Mntl will Bi'll toO tho hltfhMt mid Imit ttlddui. *
fiercest. The place was like a ; here Thursday from Larkins. They Cantey Oliver of Pine was a Dirks returned Wednesday from a dn hrrt'hy call an .(..lion to ha httld al thatwn fop ...h. In front of the aourthouii* door In
here Saturday.Iva hall In th. atari-said town ty the qualxl Htarku. llr.drurt| County, d'.i' Moml y.H .
furnace and it was thought: that none have purchased the Charlie Larkins visitor few lays visit with W. It. Wimberly T>trnbiT II. IVM:, tho nm ; :':, \:.ulnnl
make Colson of Pine Hill, is spending IL'KHDAY.: HrU-TRMIlKH: II. lnS M ilny, and,. bt'twn thw lvt.l hour* of *.!.
ould be brought: alive from the ccnif place here and are going to here with her aunt and family at Madison. for tha purpoM of elcetlnic. the followlntf officemi th. followmif ,1..1.. | r*.1 l MttnLn, lylnir and]

'"<. the ruins. this their home. Their many friend* some time !MVs. J. A. Starling left Sunday for b..11I1I In Urmlfor.l County, Florida., towttThj |
HuutlM-KMt Quarter ut'Ioth".t Uuar*
Colson. One Mayor.
At 3 o'clock eleven bodies had been welcome them to our town. Mrs. G. B. Jacksonville where she will reside in One f lark. Treasurer and Tan ColUoUir, ,.p and th* Went itiiwrlvr of Houthwvat tjuar
attended Rev. Proctor, of Lake Butler, filled line Marahal.Two tup of INnrthfaUtt< Ourtar of Hwctlon Jour
dug from the ruins. Although some J. II. Allen and Clyde Hall here Sunday. Mrs. .future. ald..rmi>n for two yeara.Three '\'"..n.hl.luulh.. Kami* aI* Knit, aontmlninifRfl ,

'r! apparently dead, all were rush- preaching in Hampton Thursday his appointment Miss Nellie Proscott left Monday aldormen fnr onw year.Jne arv more OP 1 IMMI.Wt.
J. EPPERSON.
accompanied him. < ANemsor.Innp I
-d l to hospitals in the hope that emer- right. Proctor for her home at Baldwin after. week .pton of laid elHTtlon f ...Rilward, nurni Hhftrtlf of Bradford County, "..'
with HaenOliverNews C C. Hlarllna and. T. N Kundrlck. K. M JOIfNU.Attorney .
ifi'ncv treatment might save their School opened here Monday reached hero Thursday of the In .Uatlmonv whereof. I hereunto ..aubecril fop IMnlnlilT. 8-3.01-8-81

.. .. McRae principal, and Miss my nirae and eaiM* the Ural. of the eaid town .
Barney marriage of Mr. B. F. Hazen and To Stop a Coujfh Quick to lie hereunto affixed thla 7th day of AiinuNt, MAHTERVS NOTICE OF SALE
Deputy Fire Chief O'Hara who was assistant teacher. :Mr. McRae u.1.1.: C. I.. PEEK.
Sassee leri'by nolicw la that nndur and by
both of this HEALING HONEY. ylven
I take HAYES'
Mae Oliver
Willie ..
Miss ;
Hull Mayor of Starke, Fl.1Q.8tg.T i
it first reported kille'd had a narrow has taught here before and the people place at Macclenny. cough medicine which ,top, the coufiJi: by virtue the of indue that of,Anal the dueree elrault of eourt foracloeure In and madeby for

'cape. He was outside the building of Theressa are glad to have him healing the inflamed and irritated tissues. Bradford County, Horlda, In chancery alt
erectme Mrs. Hazen is a young woman of A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATC NO'nr.. or APPt ITATION' FOR TAX: liKEDUNI.P.1t tln,,. on the nth ilay of March: A. l>. IU2J, '
directing firemen
the work of HFLTION )T9 Of TUB
In favor of Amarloan I Aarleulture ChemicalCompany
water tower when the wall who had been chopping at a cornice charming personality and has many SALVE for Chest Cokla. Head. Cold nod RBNBHAL BTATUTKH a corporation, aa eomplalnant' and
n roof were catapulted into th j friend here and elsewhere who will Croup U enclosed with every bottle ofHAYES' Hereby notiee ia iriven tnat 'r J. Alderman.purchaMer awalriat Gllxahwtn: Deea aa defendant.The : (

lap ed. He was struck by IJI-1 on the of wreckage. learn with pleasure of her marriage.Mr. HEALING HONEY. The talva of 2"l>t., ZHV eale HOD certlncaU-a, 828 anil 141.numberednvpectlvely umiiedhy olTer for n:aale I.I'.edjru: aa of Mueelal the I aourthoua Maater.: *will:InMUtrki

bricks but in spite of severe mass will make should be rubbed on the cheat. and throat the ta. collector'' of llradf'ird oounty, Fla., *. nradford County. Florida, durlnic the ,
ontinued to direct his men.Two' H is estimated that about twenty- : and Mrs. Hazen of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. .aid certltteatei IInir dated Jul,. .. 11121. henled hval houra of aale on Monday. Huptember 9.IlliJ .
were caught on the low their home at Bclleview. InMo eald ert Krallnll Homy -
five hssemcn Th healln affect of llaYia
fire automobiles i mule application I for tax deeda to liwua InacordanaM .
department following deacrlUd altuated Inllradford
If this lh. throat I combined with. tll hfiallna (Suet ofrov property
others were on fire escapes William Fowler, formerly with law.Hald .
Six Cuun(, Florida, towillNorthvaat
were crushed like cardboard in tho er floor. <> a O-Pnn-TraU! Salva tbruuKb tba puro ui aertlfleatra mnectlvely embrawa the
of.wall! that collapsed but later a resident of Starke ijuartft of Northcaat Quarter.Hcatlon .
tha bla cotutfa.
section place ,
on the aooo alopa followlnic landa In Bradford eoonty. Florida
fall of It not tH. Townahlp 7, Hanne Tl Eaat, alaoKoutheMt
the and wall.
roof was into the laid to rest Thursday afternoon Both ,.me ltM ar. pecked In m*carton and (hacoil aM.Mued at tha data of tha "leauanca of auchcertineatoa Quarter flif Northweat Quarter ofIWtlon
known whether or not they were oe. and were precipitated wall if the combined UMHinant ll Me. f in the name* .....-U..I". here* IB. Town.hlj. 1. Italic* 41 Eaat.eliihty .
which made a se at Dedan cemetery. Mr. Fowler was YES'Hf..AUNG Inafter. panirnlarly ..t forth towittOrtlAeata ,
upied. water tow- heart of the ruins, "*Just ask your dnignlst for llA a..rra, more.or l I..
A fireman atop a Mo 900 emhracea BouthweetOuarter e.K..M.. JOHNS/ ,
Primitive
the .
block. member of Baptist tiONEY.fflHUwimuun7tynTfmnm'jw"Mi""M"uf
covering half a a of Northwf Quarter of- HonthweatMuartor. .
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"r 40 feet from the struck pulchre Bpealal M. '.
street was
I fifth larm was church and a good earnest, Christian S... it*. Ta. a H. H. 22 K*.t, tenrHi J. C. 1'OPFEt.L!
a
the collapse
With
h. flying bricks and hurled to the Heeeeaed J, B. Abraham.Certificate HullelUir for Complainant 8-8-Bt-8-31
and emergency calls brought man. He leaves to mourn hili! loss belides No. 189 embrace 4 A belnnln -
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irround. He fell and : rung in .. ofSoutheaet -' -
on a spectator The at RW far: of Northweet Quarter
relief corps of surgeons and nurses. i his widow, seven children. Quarter and run N 610 ft., 1 U41ft. NOrtCK Or APPIICATIOV FOR TAX DEED
ioth dy'n a
were sent to hospitals in a had been on the roof I community extends sympathy to the COFFINS & CASKETS gj ., 8 4H> ft., to ,land line, thence W HIM ft UNDER HFITIOV: J71' OF TUB
firemen who
condition. Tha ta 'be rVc.IB.. Tp. 8. R. ft K.. 4 aerca.wiMMl CKMKHAL. MTATVTKXNntloe
caught beneath a heavy steel bereaved ones in their losa. And a Full Lin. of : K. O Onann.rurtlflraia :; la hereby riven that M. L. Johna.purchaaer .
Collapsed Without Warning were Mo. f'Hl' emhracea all ejONorth.eaet of ta* certificate No. IK, dated. the
The warning I girder in the very center of the flaming U "det'olt.,.' SufpUit Quarter of Northeant Q........ Hec, ll.: 6th day. of June, A. D. 1DIO. had tiled aaldeertlnoate
collapse heralded by no and there in the FOB WORKING PEOPLE Tp, 7, H. K. 22 K., IHU aorea, aaaaeaed ThaBonthern In my off c* anil .haa made apoll
came shortly before 2:30: o'clockifter : debris. Here Cattla Feedlnv' Co. eatlon for tax d..1 l to laaue In aaconlane*
I of the flames which flared up The beat of workers get; out of tmrfaf AUTOMOBILE HEARSE!: J Certificate. l'824/ embnuea Weat Half offlouthweat with I..... flald ..rtlAcat, embraeee the followlna -
firemen\ had fought the tubb glare when the liver fail to a<:t. They fwl Quarter, B... 21. Tp. 7. 3. H. 22 leaerlhHd prnperty, altuateil. lit Bradford
>rn Maze I midnight and had : anew after the collapse, could be seen half-Hick "bliia" and discouraged AIw 7* on hand. The be>t wrrlM K.: MO acrea, aeaeaaed Unknown. Bounty, Horlila' to-wltl
since languid Went Half olflnuthaaat Bloek 12 I In New River, The aalil
% fthe injured protruding at tb. .Ivwrat pric.. 8p'- Certificate No. 148 cmbracea Lot four.
weakened\: the roof and walls by their arms and legs o and think they! are getting laxy. Ncglcrt Quartee .f Nortbeaet Quarter olNorthwnt land brintt aaenuwd at tha' date of the lauanc -
from the mass of wreckage. Over of them vmptomn might riiiult in a wkpell ctal tttmtlon to Ulir ph .r Quarter and, Kaat Half of Houtlv.eaet o/ .uoh eertlflcate In the name of Un
"iiorts to get at the heart of the fire. Embalncr.DeWirfcTjONES Quarter of Southwnit Qparter of North.w known.Unlvaa.
could be therefore the nenmblo. course U to Refivtored
.
:Most killed! were I' the groans of the injured t Quarter.: Sx. 11. Tp. H. H.: K. 22 B..TOacn aald certlflcBt* ahall be rod..m..1 ao.aortlinv
of the injured and cries of women take a done or two of ilvrkine. It ia juat >.. aeeeeaed 1. D Hlllbrandt.I'nleu W law, te4 deetl will .laaue thereon
aufrht' between tons of bricks a* heard the hysterical the medicine needed 1 to purify the system aald aertlnectea ahall be rcdaemeila on the 2nd day of September. A. I>. 1IU:I.
who wept and shrieked as Crenren and require th* Tim arid ambition ofhealth. ...ordintf to law tan deed will laeue thereonon Wltnru my official alunature and anal thla
they were fighting the flames with I the' loth day of September. A. 21.Wltneaa on th* drd day of<< September. A. l lva..
J>lose lines the lower floor of the tore at hot bricks In a mad fijht to Priu 60o. gold by STARKE FLA mf official. altrnatur:* and r.t thli U. W. ALDERMAN.Clerk .
on I comrades. All. Drujf Stores the M day .f Au...&' A. D. 192'. Clreult Court
three itory building. Seven firemen rescue their ......., _. '-' t.I O. W. ALDERMAN. ..H_n>.M. -- -- -- -- -'" _...rf'II. ""'"







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1i The parents of Howell D. Barley, I LaS.l'llren B. m. Lon&. Co.nell. P. their product Ford seems to have devised accounts. The Ford plan rather In. mining; the credit risks of p-, ,>,M,,,.,
( Little Monkey WeighsLess ... F. H. Leviton. M. Keniouily! links the savings idea to a customers.In tlve
i three years old, were held responsi- Llmb.h.. T. N. L.wii.. U. Kirk a practical plan for this pur-

r : .i Than Three Ounces | bla for tho death of Elizabeth Fisher, I Llmbau..h. Lillian M pose. It appeals to people whose on- Ford car and virtually ties1 the pros- effect the; family which

,1 I 20 months old daughter of Mr. and Morgan .1. W. Minor. L. E. ly reason for not ownlno- car was pective purcnaaer to the purchase as advantage of the plan is < r.akt.

Mrs. William Fisher, who was burned Malth.wl.. M...E. S. Mlddlpton.Maaon W.H. G.11I111.k. E.. because they did not happen to have soon as he begins to save for the first ing a savings account pl".i m-rv! .tar T"!

I %i I to death at Miami Tuesday afternoon I Mnor.:, lIl/'D-:". Morg.n, ''QjV, ;: V.: the first payment.A payment. The position. of the dealer purchase of an automohi),. |;insbill.,:"' 'lbs

( by having her clothes set on fire I M..tt Mvnnnig H.. U.J. C. Middirton Matthllwi.NIIIIR ida D.' broad application of the thrift and the F'ord company, aside from ment purchase upon th'! who!"

l h y Howell while at play, by a coroner's -11110". W. .'. Mitchell Lucile movement to car purchase will bo any increased sales resulting, will be not stimulated extravagance, ,, !hal!
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P. S.I ( hill
held that. be
The jury
jury. I N strengthened because co-operation of undoubtedly made thrift .:
strongly supported by the banks be- .It; :ri ,, ;
permitting matches to be within the N.r. Msh.l, Nowlo'n. R. A. deter- with i"
/ local banks wilt be sought in an object for
FtL I N.r. .;. n. Norma". W. 1LI < use it tends to swell i savings saving.
ii-uch of their child, the parents were Nown.n.. 111. D. :. .
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and I P .
blameless!
not they were censor- - -- --
PR.ker. John Pevk C. L.
d| in the verdict which held that the i I'uce. Ch.e. .-. Pigtori. H. G.I ...
I I'pk. 8. I.. I'.k. J. L.I ._. .... -'II s'i ... ...., 'I
death wax accidental. .. }'..t : ..
I'urkln. W. It. Phllll" 1-.0111" H. ; : .t.tJt .
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I uncfiettj
1''Ok. 1I..let 8. ".ok. Clam;/ I.. : :J'o iz ftl0'

I ''. >. Powell. Florence E. I'er."m.n. L.viePeek I:'..
)rniltfI .t KOI "ivol AMCC I fin. / lII"r" I'vrk.ino, Lllllv r7'a
nrranw" nf Its tonic and l.x..rva! pft""ct. .. .<\. '1Qinigley. anj Rrpose Bcau.
I I ll\ UROMU (,jUNINb; (Tahiutal' no .bo t.ikeo J. T. Cluigicy. M.nlo, W. I Ever Ahead
by anyone withnut catmint' mrvoUHiiess or rlnilind I R
'. I II lit: Ibo lirnd. C.W.GKOVL S sisnaluro no b-K. Its" Riich N. T. Ril.h. If'rlwrt
I tileh. J. U. IUohR'. Emma
h.ig., I' M. Ritch I.ubelnllhln..n.
I :?'NAMES STRICKEN FROM REGISTRATION J. C. Roblnlon. Vela 1.Fiat. The Calling of Coolidge ]
L1.ST8: Ollie Ita" ,\mullaKllbln.on. I
: At a mi-etinir of thu town council of the J. W. R.odd'Mh.' learn n, JOHN H. PFRRV
t LOwn of Starke held Auicunt. 13, IBSiJ. the II .
following namee were stricken' the rvttintralion Rlumn. F. F. Seoti Laura Harding has gone. Coolidge bus corn,: llimlinn;: s hum'in.ity f
'wu"r
: Cooke uf the aaid h. council Stornberg. N. SlP.n""r.. U".ol. to man has tnado countless thousands mourn) Im p.issint:. w
will In session on the XJnd iluy of August ''Rlstrunk. G. M. 1I1.lrunk. ('len.
ItlJ.'l.: restore any names that may 'have been. lIellll. F. A. Starlin.. C. C. No kindlier mail ever occupied the White House. !No' gentler
: i rromously stricken H..r. Den Starlin.. Clara M.IIIRII.II. .
j C. A. FUTCH.Clerk. J. D. S"PIJ. C. It.Sietrunk. soul ever left his mate.
C. If. S."", Nettle The of the Nation now turn to
And..oll.I.r": ;Andt'inon Kva: ____..-_ ________Removedfurrows. : Sa"". W. M. Snyder. II. M. Coolide.( The people wish him well They
( K--------------------Removed' limit h. .:. II. SnyoI'r .I'oanlSlmmonm. make for
) : Canovu.. II.J."tT< Removed: : I Ii J. 7.. Sileo J. I... I pray his stewardship may peace, ____________________________
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< :,I : -::: :::::::::::Removed HI..okhUld. L. W. happiness and prosperity. They will jmlgo
; ; I i I i 'oolrr O. H. __ __ ______._._____H..0I0V.... T ,. DAY OF GRACE
. c t I rioit'r.| Audrey _________--___ItemovudIliivls. T."h" J. M. Thnmal. E. M. ; him by his acts. ,
__ __ _______.__________ -. ,
I Dead .
J. It. I I Truh" J. J. Turner, J. n. of i. he TWill his bo The day of or i I'' .
A llttltv monkey weighing l le m than What sort a man crnce. > : i
1'nrby, .1. M. __.__-_____-____Removed. 'r.mnl.) Mellory Turner. F L.
; I thr* ounce and two yearn old, finds I li \t'r. Perry' -- Dead Thom... W. L. : nominated by hii party next spring? of Sinn1, Is that period :M..u. ,
;t [ l>:uko.: It. K. L. __::_::::::::::::'::::Removed;; :: U
I I a comfortablo nnt on top of a water I urhnir.. C. A. __--_________Unmoved YJgIow John Uiilow. 1.oul.e D.Will. Coolidge is cool, calm calculating. ITo thc Onus of Calvary/ anti/ t'u' ,i.
.1 a..... Tht little animal i U one of the ,I Fling. A. C. ______-_____ -._____-It.mo.... W is honest. He is stern. He is intensely ambitious. IDS of tl>o rl.! 'lrl'l'ct1ou.1 i / .'
I I. h..... Frances, -..?___.,.......Removedreen .. E E William. Kit $ -
\\i I inullrit of Its typ. and was awn tor < Floyd -. -. -______ .________.Removed' Weeka. W T. Waloweight N. O. : A college graduate of fair ability, IAn to pour out its stream 'I' i ifavor I. <
; the Ont time lu 1..JudoLlahtlceeper' /). minitwiiy, H. U. _____.---_____DeadIlaynes Wall. W. L. While, J. W.W..k. ,
w :$ J. O. __________________Dead .. n. A. Whil.. O. W. ,5., thro' a period of law with a small amount and benevolence on Cm- .t
: ------- Jitircuat." Drayton -- ______________Removed : WIIII"m. J. O. Will.. J. C. of practice and small fees. He turned] to 'brow'/ when Christ died foi' .i
K lie. Mi-nJ ___-_____________ Removed W"II. A. E. Waln..rt"ht. W. M.Whit. 4 .
: Widow Moltt A. K. -----------------------1>..ad ... 0.,. C. Wynn L. A. 4,.. politics and public office. He has held office When tho /miKcl 1 shouts thIn i
Slnnn, I. _--...______________Removed W"ln..hht. Mary O. Whl'. Nobie flay of his since Christ shall rise Hrst. uuil .,
Holds Post 20 Days Hnuth M. t,, _________-__--__RemovedSmith Wi..ln.. H. B. W.II. II C. 'T 'i:;,, < : : years maturity. .
r' ; Rtlby ______n________ Removed White In. W"too.. Fred 'pnqy'Born a boy on a farm, he is a typics.1Yankee. inoriilirt of tile remim-cli j J"i i ,i (
I Wenlworth J. H. _____________-Removed, WeIlt.r MRbel Wall. MorlaWinK. tOOl' I r'Hlm'! t "..:tIns I Ills I reign t ..<. i iraco ,'
I Victoria B. O.-For :20 day aftur ..,. Ethel M. WI..ln.. Ida I will America accept him? (,- will ciul. Between UKi. i ,, i
tier hushnnd the llghthoun k.epstr I -------..- ._-- lie i is His is silence. ;
admirable listen
gift
UaTT Oft CJUALIFIED VOTHUal an r. greatest events the Church, 1 Is operating. ]J'C'' .
L had died< Mrs. Thomas. WatUlns alone I hereby certify that the following i is a correct POSTMASTER'S EXAMINATION What a part it has played in the history of American polities. st'titiiig" ; the! gospel 1 of urucu: Il.J, h..-
I with her two chlldrwi and the body. "\ lint of the qualilled electors or the town Charles would have been elected President had he notmade world., ;Not: one knows nlu-n MI 1 t
I of Starktt as shown by the records In my I Hughes
kept the light burnlnx on Triple Island utriue. ', Is cum 1111:. Thereforo every mi',' .n
I The United States civil service commission a speaking tour and "talked] himself] out" of t the] election.I .
C. A. FUTCH. i the CUurch
jagged patch of rock off the Bliould work ln) < -
6 ;;
r j City Revlatration Officer.Austin. ,; at the request of the Woodrow Wilson during period of profound silence was
wind-swept coast of northern British A postmaster a satiny ; work while )It Is dny : w..' t
n Columbia. H. Androu A. O. I general, announces a competitive adjudged by millions of all nations as a superman-nnd then ho while tho day of grate lin!:"; .
,, II Alva..... J. M. Anderson. A. W.Alv.r. work while oppiirtunily alTiiiiN.. .
:News of the woman's plight has ... J. W. Alvares. S. L. examination for postmaster in began to talk-and an "idol of the Universe"tas shattered.Warren '!. :

Just reached civilization after a gorrnmant Adk", _. A.jl.. > thin place. Lawtey, Fla. ? Harding, politically wise, knew that if he stayed t work while life III"IH. TheI'r/ : a 1
Jane !' of time\( la which we Cilil01/ 4viry
Andrews. J. W. Jr. Anders.
llghthounv tender had visited Alv....... Alonzo Alderman G. W. j This examination is held under the close by his own "front porch" and spoke little, that he would Hhort. The lire of the "",'r,,:,.

4. ? Triple Island on one of Its regular A Alvares Dd..w.. Krrol J. W. Sr. Alderman Dora president's order of May 10, 1921, defeat Cox overwhelmingly] and he did. Chrlstlun Is forty-llva )'I'ur., lit

.((4' calls. Anderson Myrtle Adklne. LoisRryan. and not under the civil service act Calvin Coolidge: since ] 's election to the Vice Presidency. ]1ms must di,> his dent work lit the ,.t
Watkins died January 31 but Mm.Watklnn II twenty. When the (Jhrlstiuii: .1 I II <
( r J. R. Blocker W. E. and rules. only strayed far from his I'onflnes one time. Out to a vust agricultural ,
his 1 lie useful is .. .,
I to
.was unable to summon as- Hundel Jacob Bryan W. M'I, I I fair in Minnesota. After opportunity' "
about minutes
Apply at the poatofllce In this placeor reading' ten of If ho Iris ,.
not preuchoil anti w'H',1' |
1 :. slstanc No ships! rail at the little Hryan S. A. Drown. M. F. ,i <
Hrownliv II. L. Bishop Nina IV to the U. S. civil service commission his speech the crowd decided( / they didn't. want to henr speeches( : during; 'hut period" ', thi'ii ho it'> .tpa

li r ? of Island travel which but I.If out the of light the were usual to line bn It Hrown run k... Wm.Albert Barkowits DoHKluy. Julius U. L. Washington C., for application and rudely voiced their demands "to trot out the ponies. : ** In'" this, pr "clIl'e nf '!'m-t."

I Hennett, 0.! II lloyd. J. U.IIRilvlI. form 2241 and forms 2223 and Doubtless Coolidge profited.] politically by that experience. \\11 II cni"ty, : hiinils., untln!' !n-l( w ,ili,
extinguished for one night disaster
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W. W. Burns. mi'? liixt MiinN who niljlit unit" v l to some vessel almost oertalnly would Hiirga.,. K. L. Uurns. .E.I'j :2358! containing the date and placesof The only tiling that will outweigh) silence for. Pre":ii"ntCoolidge :! t. ,.trhi-tl liy him. ThN I Is n M,1'I\ -I

follow. I IHr. lluihi llrown.>i>, H II. Y.A. Bryan.Ueck R.. K. I examination and other definite in ] / will)] he the notunl] "delivery of the (roods/ ,'' IH! l'e'l'll1.l' l rli"III'I'| : hut how unich more 'oil" "

.". : .. Watklns, denplte. her grief I Rrinaon. T. A. Brown, HenriettaJiarnea formation. by a more and,] morn exaet'ng' public. And] here's n few of tlio I ii"l 1'1. ''ui-c of the sinner' tl.\ III;: I""

4 : ; tended the light and the usual fog 8p ncer C Hrownlee. EttaCanova. Applications must be properly executed things about which t they, will want "to be sat hifit",]." turn" inn' \Is nvpil.. Ills, dny of 1:1riKlfd I'''

warnings were Bounded P. E. Cone R. C. ,1 In "il.irldipis. TJii-ro: HI'lintire no
regularly. I' Crews A. 8. Cnlley, I.y.llnCrutohfleld on form 2241 and filed with What are YO\lIlc.in.,: bo do to stop th; threatened: coalBtrik" : fur hl'ii! I eyonj! the Rni: '' ,.
; Ch... Card K. 0.Coiley I the commisison Washington/ in and another winter 01' freezing fam.lies? TliH Ki-ncrul pi'i'lo'1' of Kniei01 \111
J. F. Coleman. J. S.
: I ..........._ ChHNtf F. E. Corpenmic.. J. R.I time to arrange for the examination. What arc you Koine to dj to help the farmer who VMS to I will!: th" coming: of Christ! 1 titf.ay
% ---.t I Carpenter.: D. Canova. Florence .:. profiteering prices for what! he buys, ;and sells his prod'icta' "'ih/, -"wr' ,ii.iy: 'r trrnro. < ,1
I I I'llI.Mlltt'lr'_ 1 U. S. Civil Service Commission.I Itfflit than the tost or irtdueten! ? ..,,... ............... ,.___... ..._._.........,. .
I : Meets Son as She : H -- '''OC'' "
I I------------ D .6ryru'p'; n\r"\ f" d"---- >te America's; Into of ,
II Darh" A. M. Devla. E. M. ? entry a League liciiiy.mher. Ilu will nev InMV.-ii. i"-
: : Goes to Claim BodyNotified : I I I>avl.. W. E. I ) AS AN OBJECT OF THRIFT Nations cr a World Court r'ui' ,'i- .11,. hn I

: : I>owltn.. ..I... IJ.A.M.J. Davl.Davll.. Lee Catherine PerrymenIarhy It.Invte Upon" his nrti'm on these) nnd do/ens: of otli,r public] questions 1I lllAt IUll: ll-.lill O L "I'] > t

: that Harry Howntree, : Ida L. Pemoreat K. .'. I A weekly purchase;:; ;; : payment plan will ']('JlCnllhli, I !Kcptililican, itonunntinii. of C.ilvin I ( .(inlliilp.I: iutsprintr. 01; .."t.tin!'' y II .U.II.t tl l'"'.. 'I.
t I' of Toronto. Canada! hud' heen IllIrIY. Annie VRvl. I.allr" :: lust lilinsc-lf.. lie N dud! 1ilaiiMip'l I '.
t, "..wII n.... hello D.u..horl" W. E. for Ford cars increases the amount of ::. or nt If-Hst, his t'pction' 01' di'l'.it, ,;, in t fall of V.'H!*: his '. .I 1
I : killed lu a fall from the window : 'owlln. Fronle : : tillof, prm-o i'i n :
u of a hotel In liufTolo N. Y.. Mrs.Ilowntree : B I credit available to purchasers by The sixteen millions\ of good American: readers who seo .he iiptflocti-d" to tipRnrol : lie i!" -',

4 :. I : bis mother went to F..IWR.cI.Fi.i.rmn.:, J.W.W.J. ERKlman.Eanenn; L.Jul"H.. reaching down to the family saving and scan this article in this and several thou<::tnd sister p.p..3:. Thcrp" I U no. picture In tilt IMliin : _- ,

: t Buffalo to cluhu his body. Ou : I..p..on., Loran.Fuich. I in the home and at the bank. It does blanketing every state in the Union will watch and wait and ':;!ii'i::e ns sad an thnt.

,+ : die from the station to V not Kccurti of Ford judge and vote according to tbe dictates of their Turn. inncr. turn ; why \\111' ,
way the C. A. Florrld .1. B.Yutoii. delivery a car up- comlClcncedr.j. : iod., jour maker! ualisV11V

; morgue she met the supposed : V..dle o 'owlor, W. N. j on payment of a minimum of $;> down and mayhaps-the wishes of their wives. .__. \ t-- ,..... __ _

I : dead son on the street. Griffin. 1'. J. G..n. W. n. uncl $5 or more weekly, as seems to :: ::_
: Griffin Mnnnie N.Gre..n. .
I) J.
,_..._..._........_.._.. 4.riiriui. N. A. Ur..n. Mary It.H be supposed.

I f Montreal' Tax Larg.... trayn. O. L. lI..ov.r. EftR | Changing status of the automobile RICHARD LLOYD

y I fontr.al.-lIfontr..ul paul, th* largMt I 111111. N. II. llooer. Doug I is indicated, in the way the motor is JONES Wtif @ U G

I I, amount of Incniiin. ", tax during the Ifo"'or.lfoer. J.C. C..-. IIl1mrlok.IlIok..". S.rllh J. 'I"1I01Im.n. passing from the luxury class into SAYS r;;.:"'.::

_ _ _
I j flscnl year to D ct>mher 81, the amount A. P. 1I0Illn..wnrth. I.Inlo that of necessities. With a large ,., citadoit

4 being lfl.innT40. Toronto cnme neit R. S. 1I".sl"11.111.,.. Mgrlhumphrey. I. C. part of the rural public, "Own your I !Ins inctA & iJ
)
\ with $11.7-U,77U. and Winnipeg cam II..".... it.: W. II.".... Ruby A.IInnitaendrf0 1 1own automobile" ranks with "Own
C. a. itoteell Tim
third with 4,010,1190.: Th _.
I total collected -
U..nllllllwa" F. O. your own home" In a family budget a -
I Income tax throughout the a
: Dominion -
I < I In the Inman. C.. M. Inman. Vond.. ,, policy. hark of the Mowi-r, we fln.l the! bud .o l".ck of Any queitlims. on flljrzt./ .
Same period was $80- rcnnon: we fln.l
: I JJohn. I I I In days of high wages, savings liiHtlnct. iJot'uiisg l Im.tlUet. !I" more fundamental win be oladlu antirered. 'in
titan
J 017.223. M. I. Jolina. 5. n. IVUHOU It reucties. '.. thlt column .
if addressed *IDAlftla
I .:, M. ucur'r to the roots f M" "m'"Ct' U
John. A. U. John. bunks show some but not a corresponding dW1K/ tU-1" rell>illil. l It I.. I
John. JolT Johee. W. J. I'' the ilrst to itviI)4.litJ. .,.... care oj thi nou'.-
Vlit Jon.. D. C. Joh..l. 1'. It.: increase. Thrift is as little n'OROU I' paper.
i Bsrb r XMo In LlAit. the milling process ot the ''ltlnl. .'.
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Instln..t
I W J'nkln.. 1\ O. John.. Ell. F.John. ic the dllilfl _
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Kansas! City, Mo.-BUI Knott Ii .. F. H. Jon.... Ad.. V'I universal as it ever was. As wages\ or InAI<;ht. It I" the protfO"UYI' Inhprltan oC 1I1l''II gone bet..r.
: Up near Tina lays claim to a crUla John. Llnle J..n. and salaries are received in growing Nothing 'III flora //U.lr\'el.' 1I11tthe' unvoiced Intellect PKAII .tfP'DA-Whefl a man Is with!
of .
Jenklnl. R. M. John.. Thelma animal two ladles on the streut wlu'<<>
distinction.! He la amounts are found for Instinct Ulr..tw lacLu UILO putUa. of safety and
flfty-four year* old K more ways l-roteets' them Trori should be walk? I D. L. U.
1 and has only been In a barber shop Keller. J. K.ndrck( T. N. I IKlto. spending them. Although automo- danger as If guided by a higher power. _
D.vl,1 KDhhl. N. h.Kit. I In the heart of
: f twice In his life. One, about thirtyyears .. J... KIckliter. J. F. Jr.Kit. bile manufacturers generally have directed city's ultra rich I H metropolitan Hoston. flnnkPd hv the pnlacci of the On the side neared to the curb.
\ .. 11.1.. Kite. Minnie' a great reservoir, known nine the Charles. River
BaMn .
\t I ago h* braved the rigors of a Klekll..... J. ... Kiekiltor, M. I.. their efforts toward diverting Along/ It for mU... runs a concrete prowuoude Ii favorite
i t barber shop at Do Witt and recently Klaklll. L. W. Klckll". tiara these spend ings toward purchases of thoroughfare for tboullUudll. strolling I>EAB: AI.F.DA-An acquaintance If

i i be was again In n chair at Tina. "nl..ht, D. E. Knlllh C. A. The basin la rigidly policed. Save for rowlnz crews and light mine Is going; [ : to a city shortly when

e ,f I ._-__ ___ __ __ __ _. ___ __ ___._ ______ .H __ phmirecraft.. It Is fnniunc; from do' crntlon hy rann be knows no one. I would like It)
- r..J : .. ... Every year for weeks before freezing weather comes the surface have him invet a man who tiers
\ of the basin Is blar-te with thousands of wild, ducks. who there and could show him about.

I r I TOT.TWTf' WHAT CAN ..A; UQ MMLf CTIM4 M& from IU head to lilt foot diving every fool of the vvaj to iilbMeTha Will you please make a copy of .1.
i HOME t : sweet grasses which line the bottom or to feed the letter of Introduction for this luUIKO
on
\ TH I\M'T. AwrtI"' '" .. vooKMWO Ollh. abiimlaut shell ? ThaukliiK you.

\ I" TIM ? Mai kXX>arrvr i In well-ordered columns they move like armies down down : then C. B. rC'IR'.
SWEETr
I swiftly rise, circle In great curve to the upper|. reaches of the reservoir _
i I then down again, repeating as! often as the feeding It replenished I wo,1I.1. IIn??pst a letter something -

I I HOME ) These wild fowl ordinarily s.. wary, seem to know that here they like this
are lare..At times
I V they float so near the embankment rail as to bll OUR RicnABn-This letter will Ni
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almost within human reach but no gunshots fill them with
namelna presented to frleuJ
I you by uiy
- f !I V 4V'rw terror ; no missile strike* them with sudden death. usury Halewter. I have seen a
t ; Oscar Yoo'r How do they know the
watery lone of safety amldat the noise and great deal of him and know what,
3oAbsatMsntUd. clamor of busy men? a One ,
fellow be Is, and I want you
: I .. Whence com* tola butlnct which seldom' fslT It I* the naatast to know him too. Henry hopes to

I. : I wonder of nature and the kindest provision of the world. do a little business but more light

: I a ".w.. -,****** :ntr RWi td Uord;_ ., f eofng In your great city and so*!
little rtrllltlea show him
_ _ II. will I you might
byTerry not know go unapprecIated.
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I 'i. Sincerely
1IJ ..." CRaaxca yours BAKU.

July 9th. 1923.

Gilkison __ i e CC
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\UYOC"S 7 1 5 0, 4 wj. 1jgLPFULHEALTHHIN'I

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I --j. -, -- once was 4 Cm* Wbn .,e doted BIMdi.-It Is a very dangeromtblog

I .fl4gsThs O'3CA IT I *>AVrv I CAN'T on heels when we' flggvrad our speed-but \ when an artery has \been cuts
FUTILBll I changed *m fee wheel. You the patient loses blood so quickly.we've .
I PiP.Vi MIAN ArMUCH 40 4 our recall old Achllle. that "ancient of speed"whose ) 4 Whereas If It Is! a vein It ;Just runs

.i OkUlvlIT TASKS race-trackln' record was wuth woi.o down from the wound. One can almo .
WOQ'(2u while to read,-he'd banter a grey.hound, 't always WbpnRn'
lJ( e4 I 14 THE (gM1Kpc1IMf sot him a leave differentiate.
pace or a jack-rabbit t an artery Is cut bandage on sld*
t q t> I 7T\r* ACT TWST II P behind In the race I II. scoffed! at the ( 'p-, J near the heart about three or fourrolleran'

.4 I, jumpln' the sneered fence was' at considered the cart an while art. 7 check Inches the from now the of wound.blood This If It belps Is a

I 4 e r The j vein bandage on side await from tl)*
)- ,, primitive castor that carried a load heart.

was saf on a !floor but she stalled on the e .
4 read.. I wish, that Achilles could lee
us today as w, scorch up the road In our i Orange and Lemon*-Roll 1111
AL' ballneartn' way I I reckon he'd sprint In : II orange( or lemon before using and
1'1 a lather of sweat-bat a hundred-yard you will find that twice at much:
(
/ dash Is as fur .. he'd get juice may be had.e SI

The little old wheel has expanded au*
1
I 4 __ growed till she's up with the gaa-at the ____________________ of Broiling your gridiron Meat-Grease the Meat bats
end of the road. Her are Is reaUleotbr ? for broiling
.1EN1- ( I brtnto alIa11-tlaertt.. nothln on t5J and the meat will e not. ..tick.e .

A earth that sea get tbr so quick: I I *
String !
- d e reckon a fool would deprad'on his bl... Beans-Strlnaan. wilt
take
r a A LWt I1H but the crook that encnpes( knows the run* look about half a* long to cook and
a great 1Ieai niier. If. inud:
of wheeN !
sw
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ihoin: them they are cut
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