Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02192
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 31, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02192
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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".os,'rnor of Pennsylvania Issues. u. Remarkable Record fur Kmiurnnce: :
H"f AID 20.--nt''larttl
Warning to Both Washington, Auir.( 28.-Ruilrond* ( i Aloft KntabliHhfdSan : I '
I the seed potato situatiton is serious .' .
serving' the I'that .
I strawberry producing 1 owing to the gradual encroachment -: ,
Harrisburg Aug. 27-Gov. Pinchot sections of North Carolina and Florida -I '" : Di"Il"u!:. 28.-.-("apt. Lowell\ of plant diseases. II. M. Kilgor J tJ; .

nnsylvania served notice on the 1 j are making preparations to shoi-. ', tI" r Smith and Lieut. John l Richter, nrniynvi.Uoi'K of the Kilt ore Seed Company of t ,i .,'

.perators and miners' union of- !|' ten the time of delivery of shipments I ':f. tae rte who took off yesterday at Plant eltVIIS In Jacksonville yesterday ; ,e a' "

day that the threatened sus,1 I to Washington/ Philadelphia and Now!: ., :07 n. m., liimicd at tIH:12: : o'clock calling at the office of the I t .'.

?, 'of anthracite mining' Sept. 1 York under an agreement with the tr tonight, having broken six aviation state marketing bureau. lie was' on >J{ Ii y,

mi! 'not be allowed, and then pro- interstate commerce commission it'l' A i ij i records, according to unofficial com his way homo from n trip of some :, ) .

did d to enter upon what may be n was disclosed. by the commission today iI putations. The flight started and 10,000 miles In the north, zigzagging a 'fI' .

irtheffort at mediation of the I I ended I at Rockwell\ field here. from Maine to :Minnesota to Invest! i ,

,uroversy. I The agreement between the utr- The aviators were in the nir more )unto the potato situation 4i i.
riers and the than 37 hours and established. four !:
commission resulted I His investigation loads him to the .
Chi anthracite industry's quarrel,, II I .
from complaints filed by strawberry I I new speed records as well am makingnew opinion that the seed, condition .
governor said, could not he a prime ( I potato ire
r shippers both in North Carolina and marks in duration and distance.To is ono that is amusing attention be- e.
interested "
a public vitally ,, I
wanted to see justice done to Florida! protesting against the slow. tvr II complete the flight they made fifteen ruse of the .d.ingcrotis peak which it '
nov' movement of their product which I j I II contacts with another piano to is approaching and. stated that the t I' .
employer and employee was nevrthclcss ,
tr ) during last not .delivered take on gasoline. food, water and oil. In I
losing patience- with re- season was growers most of the states are beginning ,'1'1:1'0' ';'

oeatod strikes and suspensions.The in New York until the fourth morn I Smith and Richter stayed in the air tc plant seed. plots! and& cull l'' i a I, .

public interest demands that ing after shipment from North Carolina -, according to unomcial tig-urns, ono out all plants in which there Is appearance ]I' ... I'
and the fifth morning after ship hour, seven minutes and, eleven wc- of disease and In that
shall be settled and ,$'+ way J \t rget ;
onds longer than did Lieuts.! Oakley healthy and perfect seed. .. ..!..

that a suspension" continued. "The thing I This condition, the commission said '':.';> Kelly\ and John MacReudy' who made Mr. Kilgore called. attention' thafnrt ( j

atoidcd' he was unsatisfactory and declared that '*' ''' >t+'''' ; a continuous flight of thirty-six! hours that Burbank, many year ago! "
it must be done. Settlement ..
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possible-and _
"ir the inadequate service should be improved "e.Ezperte -- .t' live minutes and twenty-one seconds, unveil& the situation by I brooding up
that neither side can
means 1 so far as the time of trans- in the first non-stop transcontinentalflight. the Durhank potato, but thin Important
all it would like to have. But settlement :: of the L S. U beat Council and L .-.. humidor of Commerce.Who I.
net! portation is concerned. Consequentlythe Until tonight Kelly an.I'Mac.rl'ady food product ho said !is '
in this dispute is absolutely met In Chicago l last week aim for more money for wheat' grower again
commission conferred with rep by curtailing production thru encouraging crops| diversity) tttamllnx held. the duration Tt'I'OTlI.lore! showing signs of general .deterioration
necessary for the public safety and resentatives of carriers concerned and left to right A. J. Hnwweuu ; Press (t. K.: Itradfute, Auifrlcii Farm. than two hours after the flight waseuntpleted and stops must I bo! taken to bait
welfare. The public needs and must Bureau 1t" II. neau, Agricultural Director flronvenor, Iinwc, IT, A.Wheat i
; official elapsed time average it else the .
the latter according will ho
dangerously i
assurance fy
coal, and I am entirely confident i I Council ; John M. Ite rmvi : to today's announcement, that Im- Sydney Anderson of Minnesota I'ren. of Wkmt, CounciL speed and total mileage had not crippled: or tl"8t roy'd. 4.j
that the public is going to have
: provement in the service would be I been announced. lie found u great deal of disoawt" l a

it brought about prior to the coming -- -- ,-- However, as the aviators passed the existing In tho potato fields, of Mama J,

The governor's statement of thenecessities winter's movement of berries. A RELIC TilE ACE OF SPECIALIZING 1,500) kilometer murk about 1 p. m. where Florida'' gets much of its seoil! /1'

he saw in the situation i The commission, under this Assur- I I it was certain they had passed, tho stack, he said., Tho business has been j ',t

elicited little comment from the men ance, allowed the railroad CO days in R. S. Humphrey has shown us a An English manufacturer who has previous/ distance record. The old a profitable ono up> thorp, and growers

he addressed. A request that they which to prepare and submit a plan circular issued by S. M. Darmon, I recently traveled in this country and record was 4,000 kilometers or 2- have boon too busy getting vol. f'

Keep confidential whatever propositions covering the establishment of improved commission merchant of Philadelphiadated among other places visited Ford's 611: miles, and also wan held by umo of yield'' ', regardless, of defects j ,,

he might make in executive sessions l.ieuts. Kelly and MacRendy. to vision the future. '
service. March 23, 1883. That was be. great automobile works, say that \
later concluded his open ad- fore the high cost of living begun to Mr. Font, besides making auto vehicles Later it wan announced officially The potato Industry in Florida can

dress. It was entirely respected by DANCE COMPLIMENTARY: TO. be complained about, and before the Is manufacturing/: several thousand that the two /fliers had been In the air he made a profitable ono, Mr. Kilgor ,
officials at the end of their 37 hours, 13 minutes, 11 ".J; seconds said but the of I
the miners I VISITORSMrs. days of the big and little profiteer fools. By this he means that need good seed Is ap

meeting, though the discussion came into existence. The prices given I each of his workmen I I.. put to doing. and hud traveled r>,'!00) kilometers or parent. Prompt steps are necessary Q s

'd three hours.In la"t'l Fred A. delightful compared with those of the present only one thing and that he would In- 3.2: !>3.2 Sapp gave a
dealing with the situation the and card Thursday day arc "out of sight.! A barrelof unfit to take any other job in the factory Mr. Kilgoro/: U to bp commended. for l"'
dance party
itovernor's speech emphasized the 'evening at the Woman's Club house, common apples-the kind that re as he had learned no other. TheBritisher PARMENTER-MKLVIN his enterprise In making this extensive .

fact that he considered himself a rep- to tails in Starke now at 5 cents. each, flays that should work be trip In the Interests of .a great ,

resentative of the commonweath of the affair being complimentary Jimmie cost from $1.75 to $ r barrel;; conducted, on such a basis in England !Mr. R. U. Pnrmenter and, !Mrs. Mat. Industry.. Ho Is writing it concise report 'I .tM
her house guests, Misses Sapp cent tic !Melvin married& by Judge R. of his observations and
Pennsylvania. There was scarcely a I of Jacksonville. common cheese 7 to R a pound, where each worker is. supposed to were expectto '
and Gladys Wilson, A. Green at his nOlce Wednesday' afternoon have It ready for J t t + JI
soon printing.
of manufacturing
mention\ of the conference held by I Vases and baskets of zinnias, marigolds best cream cheese 11 cent. The first know the entire process .
him previously with President Cool- used for deco retails here at from 35 to> 40 cents a an article, industry there at four o'clock. F

rtffc, except in the statement that he ration,and and roses the hostess were was assistedin pound. Of course, this was! whole. would I fall to pieces. lilt Purmenter is. one of the enterprising : HUMPHREY :NOT- A CANDIDATF.:

and been informed he was not "run- after the pleasure of her sale prices in the heart of the There was a time when, even In farmers of Hellbronn section .1
looking .
ung counter to federal wishes." A. W. Anderson. during section, and by the time 1'1'0'1 thin country, boots and shoes were Is highly respected and a leaderin To tint Voters and Citizens of Starke: +
guests by the spent!' stuff made its appearance here 'laude to order by the shoemakers. his community. His I bride is the I wlxh to announce that I am not a t.
II IIMr At the close of evening ,
Howard ofWnteroak
of Mrs II. A.
laughter ,
social price had doubled. Florida strawberries The craftsman not only made the entire candidate for member of (!council as
and Mrs. Lenthall Wyman in dancing, card playing and talented
and is charming and
shoe himself but ho also. mudo n
served cost up to 75 cents a quart and was Hhown by notice in last week'spaper
?>n, ', lately moved to the "Riversnnuso. conversation, the hostess refreshments I
with tomatoes up to $5 a crate, wholesale. the lasts and the wooden pegs for thosoles. young lady. and will therefore< kindly ask ,
and Madison of fruit jello topped !
corner Walnut The prices given in the circular .. lie spun his. own thread, mndhis ,! The popular couple are nt homo to your honorable body when having the
rrcets account of the owner of whipped cream and cherries, fancy I .
on I. their friends at the farm of the
of the simply show that the dollar then was own wax and wan present at hogkillings ninny ticket printed to leave my name off t.
''h< bungalow hitherto occupied by cakes and ice tea. In spite ,
for tho of gettingthe groom l
I worth much more than at the presentday purpose Home
'hem, W. M. Edwards, desiring to absence of a number of expected
and to meet the prices of food,, best bristles to splice I into the end. Ifowovor, I wish to thank nil mw
nove there with his family. guests, a !good time was enjoyed by as they ever kept increasing, wages of his thread. He could make everything BIG JyT CEDAR: KEY: ON friends who have urged mo and promised 4 r'b

-- -- all. 1 have nlso kept on Increasing. about a shoe except to make it :MONDAY 1.\ non U.\Y their support I realize thin
invited guests were
I II fit. The cost was high and the qual- Is n very responsible IloMit l"nll1"n,1
Florence Matthews,,
I Elma Struth Robinette Madre, Middleton, Katie COLLEY IHJ1LDS SCHOOL"BUS" ity poor and chafed heel and corns The stage Is all\ flirt and plans ant that the members. should\ lie neficted a .4
Hilda ,
National Champion. Belle Green, Ethel Griffin, Vivi- were. the order of tho day. In a modern complete for the bigcot celebrationever with great care, and really in a way la

I and Only1f9 I I factory a shoe passe. through held in the history of Cuter, I would l like to servo my pooptn in $
Long, Audrey has under at his
rette Floyd, Margaret J. F. Colley way, .
many hands beforp it Is finished. It this capacity. Hut I nm too well satisfied M
I Johns Inez Moitt: Louise Fernandez,, blacksmith and carriage/: shop a bus Key.
is well and strongly made* and comfortuble with the others that have announced .
Hundreds. of inquiries are being. received ,,
I Durden Messrs. Joe school board, for the I
Clara Mae ordered by the
/ nnd can bo bought cheap at to create any fight. Therefore ,
II Jim I by Mayor Rogers as to accommodations It
Wainwright, Charlie Johns, transportation of school children. The
I time. I not a candidate at this
any and he has asked all am
Kukliter, Herbert Ritch, Carl Johns,, superstructure is built on the chassis I
The why American manufacturers who have extra to registersame time )
reason room /
Powell Carpenter, KirkLewis and Mr. Colley hasused
Harold Wall, of a Ford truck, .
I can undersell all others/ except with tho chamber of commerceas Very respectfully
Perkins it
Warren ,,
Carl Knight, much ingenuity/ in making
the Germans, Is because of the it will facilitate taking care of the It. S. HUMPHREY.(
of seats
and Mrs. Ellery
Fred Sapp, Mr.! strong and safe rows d
division of labor In the factories>> and host expected. W
Davis and others. running lengthwise' will comfortablytake CLAUDE' RENFROK::- SHOT SUNDAY -
universal of machinery. Each the
but ten the use Many prominent porons! over ,
care of forty children RIIETT DRAWDY r
worker learns a particular task and state will be present '
SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY more can find room, at a pinch. A ,
can do /good work fa lit. Such well
strong structure is needed and Mr. !Sunday Afternoon Hide Turned Into ,,
thought out standards l and accurate -
The Bradford High School will Colley is meeting all requirements. machines and gauges' / are used CITY WATER PRONOt'M'EDGOOD : Tragedy In Union! ('ount,

morning, Sept. 3rd, at .
open till in assembling/: intricate prol.u't
9:30.: The exercises will consist of NOTED EVANGELIST CHRISTIAN everything fits, although hundreds Five Mile, Aug. 31.A Sunday afternoon d

V' talks by our ministers and other CHURCH of men may have been engaged / The state board& of health, after joy ride was, turned Into A j t

1 prominent citizens. All patrons and in milking the parts. Thus good analyzing the sample of water from tragedy when Claude Ronfroe wait

friend are cordially invited to be As announced in last week's issue workmanship faultless material and Starke's new city well, has .declaredthe shot and I seriously, perhaps! fatally, Y( '

L. Brown holds water good. and safe for all pur- wounded by Ithett Drawdy. I r
present.The State Evangelist Roy cheap production are secured. If English /:- "
teachers this year will be, S. forth at the Christian church. He is manufacturers wish to nui-oess-' post. The shooting occurred near the 1 ,'

". S. Dowling, l\Iri. George White, Miss accompanied by a singer and with fully compete with the American Tho water rise to swlthiti twenty homo of Tom riii Water and the

i\ Carolyn Fripp in the high school de. the vocal music talent the church at.ready they will have to adopt the same 'y- feet of the surface and maintainedthat I I wounded maw was curried Into the

k&114 partment. In the grammar school boasts the services are more tem. When they do so, they will bo level during the test pumping I house and a physician summoned. I t'

1R: will be: attractive than ever before. enabled to pay their workmen so 1 i lasting about a day and a half, so Avery 1'arrinh, who was In the tWd '

8th. grade-MI' Bessie McGruder. Mr. Brown U an earnest evangelist much more till the latter will not the supply\! regarded an permanent.The crowd, was also wounded! Several "

Mrs. Thornquest. he has contractors having bored a. deep' arrests were incite
.Ft 7th. grade- fearless in exposing what consider, themselves "fools" for accepting -
I'rade-Mis Mildred Crosby. and tireless in his efforts as necessary are preparing to leave.
6th. found is wrong the new order of things.
%p5 x4* :Miss Isabel Bullen. souls for The well Is 300 feet deep. The first
a 5th grade- to !gather in more I There an few artlzan left who
4th grade-:Miss Nellie Stearns. Christ. Attend the services and you are able to make entire the products see foot was sand, clay and gravel, r President's Secretary l'I ]

TY sg'r yi! 3rd. Irade-Miu Jessie Thomas. will realize what spiritual "life" really j they are working on. Each manufactured then followed about 100 feet of lime w

L. Second grade to b" supplied. means, for there in no monotony.Pastor I product la the result of skill of stone. The balance was layers of
I Miss Olive Ray.A himself limestone and softer material. The
is exerting
1st. grade- Daugherty/ i many hands. Nobody would car togo

to /get a larger membership not 1 / back to the "good old days" when water carrying stratum Is coarse

aMrW'Y VOICE FROM THE WAVESDr. only for his own church but for the I everything had to be made to order, white s.nd. I I s p

others) also and he ahould be encour I clumsily, unsatisfactorily and at high /!; qy ,

S J. J. Bullen writes us that he, aged. Though the services are always prices. UOYHEH-WIGGINS:! !I I 3e

Y :Mrs. Bullen and Miss June are at well attended, a seat U assured t I
., C will remain there |I About the only places left where ,
Pablo Beach and each man must know all about bin, A quart but pretty wedding took t a
few weeks. The card he sendsus you.Services the usual hours. Comet!
for a at trade are printing offices in small plans Wednesday afternoon, August KW 4 r
bears the picture of an immense ships and, 15th, at the home of the bride's parents 9
places, the sail propelled e at'
in 1919. Ktirtr ,
whale stranded at the beach NOTICE TO SCHOOL PATRONS the Ships and the farms. Yet on the Mr. and Mrs W. B. Wiggins

3 Dr. Bullen remarks that he gets no big ranches In the West, labor hat when their daughter, Miss Ada, wa.

whale meat but plenty of good fuh. Please remember that school booksare to great extant married to Mr. Elliott Boyles Rev. ,
j been specialized a
As there are several bakeries sold only for cash al*> appliesto ; This Is a practical age when no one J. T. Barnes performing the cere

we know that the "loaves" are not tablets, pencils Ink etc., of which I cares to learn more about hU calling mony. Only a few, friends. were prev,
and loaves are
Whales fish
full supply.
lacking. we have what is absolutely necessary. I
1 good Scriptural subjects to contem- This is the last year In which the This state of things, we must! put up ent.The bride Is a very popular young I'.y

plate. present adoption of text books Is effective with. even though many processes of I i lady of the Vanderbilt section and
Helen win. .. old fell/of will not be able
ilia aaw therefore we work are becoming lost arts. But the groom .U a prosperous young l
drl.: to the National Wo- CLASS
THE LAW BIBLE fro take your old books in exchange. hundrednew man of Savannah Ga. FornMir ftingrtmniii c. Ba '
nwn' Teonl* Champion, dafeattn for one art that I III lost a oomttouip
the "..... time ohamplon. Mr*. MotU Thanking you for yoa patronage.It. one rush into take Its place. Immediately after the ceremony, of Virginia. Maw .Mtattrjr, toPrs.tdeot
tfOlorf, .( fc.w fork tart wee*,' The Law Bible clan will hold its J. W. MORGAN. Mr. and Mm. Boyles left for Savannah CooUdca. JlII awoln
In .tnlflu ..... 0-3. O-t. Now daIt regular business and social meeting where will make their future men* Dame a. a surprise poUtI a
youthful kr to returning bom to 4th, atI o'clock nary, and all members of the home )fn. H. M. Snyder returned Saturday they kadara =J I* *aa to t' : a
ta*. op Mtbetfb 4aOagio UnBr Tuesday September Tison. All are invited to Da present from a delightful visit at Pablo home. Theii many frlenda wish fltW :
foot-wort upon) tbe.court*. .m-. at the home of Miss Etta department Beach. them all happiness.y .IOmloatl.v.I --
:: eat play .mvtaaartae member of the class: active and hon- OB this day. M -

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w I J: >L@@iCl3@iDBloidll Ctlt@!@!! pr! I[ were transacting business in Starke :, W. W. Thomas and daughter, Thel- fishes a large number of hull,

I Wednesday.Larrnmorc! I ma, attended to business in Raiford pamphlets on educational top 'i
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs I Rhoden, of Jacksonville Monday. copies are available on appliMti) .
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had a' Delco plant If
1 ? nnnmmn vmited relatives here Thursday. R. A. Weeks has you want a patent for anv
r.------ -1 1t / ;Mm. Ray Newsom, of Starke, was I installed in his home here. tion or information write to 'n?nv n.
r" State News the guest Thursday of her parents, j :Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crews, J. D. patent office. For informatl- ",
i : Mr: and Mrs. Jack Howe. I Baxter and Lucille Harrell)) were vis- a passport to travel in f'n ,
i..**r......................_.._...MMN.... ...<...*,. .. .."...._.........._...... Stnrke Saturday afternoon. write to the i
1 I Truhy Willis was transacting business itors to secretary of
Told by Our Exchanges. ir. Jacksonville Wednesday :\11'. and Mrs.! B. F. Ilazen motored details about how to do hn
1 i'' t i GI I :Mrs. Wester is spending a few to Highland Monday where Mr. dealers in foreign lands, "I,
1 }l'mm"'IIIY'mmmmrnr'l\/I\mmmmmm ( :dsL@ [)'''_.._ > of
---------- -- days with relatives in Sanderson. ,, Hazen has n position. department commerce.
'c ,. .7n ;:;: Averitt: 30, was drowned 1 hi( ird the crash and went to I Rev. Cramer, of Lake Butler, will I. School) will open here :Monday with Cooking, health, fruit

i( t' t in lake between Loesburg and Whitney :.nte.( I fill his regular/ semi-monthly appoint the following teachers: Principal J. stock breeding, child car. ,
'' ) :Monday afternoonhile engagedin / I I ment at the Methodist church, South B. Wilk"rsonIIMs:\ Ollie Hague/ :Mrs' ture, general agriculture ,
running a line for the county' new A net return of $1198.00! Sunday, morning and evening.. I T. C. Ilnzen and Miss Watkins, as- trade, homesteads, educntim ,

N road to Wildwood. .n'ri'i of tohucco planted last i B. D. Browning of Jacksonville, I sistants. tlon, music, literature, lab'"...
6I ; 13: by .1. A. Maultuby, farmer spent Sunday with his family. or squab keeping, the best ,
I i I Tho Florida East Coast shipments! I Cumpville section, is (' y I Clarence Marr\ of Highland, was in I HOW TO GET; : A LIBRARY dogs or goats, how to sate
of pineapples during! the season just tobacco was grown at a cost town Monday. j how to dig a well, to male) i
closed totaled about 150 cars. In- cent a pound and the entire t I W. E. Torode was transacting bus- j Your Liicle Sam is the greatest garden, beautify the honn.
a creased plantings are contemplate! told for 31 cents per pound I Incas in Starke the first of the week publisher in the world. He has the benches, summer houses hi,
during: the coming year days ago. The farmers In I Graham Boyd, of Starke, was II' earth's largest and best equipped to make cement walks, cem,,
I tion are very enthusiastic and : visitor here Wednesday. printing/ office and bindery and owns tii cure diseases of live stock?
:Mr' Edith W. Stevenson, (li2! :Mrs. Brownie Bennett of Highland
committed tobacco acreage is expected I the most beautiful library building hides, how to overcome l\'al',10\
t : I <1 suicide Sunday afternoon by ing year. + I was the guest of relatives near here in the world with nearly three mil- and orchard pests, how to, ,;
I I shooting herself through the heart Thursday. lion books and pamphlets, besides and can fruits and vegotj,
with a pistol. She was believed to Howard Gilliard, negro, held Albert Griffis, of Tampa, spent' I maps! charts, pieces of music, photo-1 build public roads, how to I ore),
hAve been despondent over ill health. High Springs jail on a charge Sunday here with relatives graphs, engravings, .tc., to tho number farm club, or fair associati ,
S ; Tho suicide occurred, at her 12th nvtnuo Jeff and Pasco Griffis, of Highland
I beating, was taken" from the to timber lot ,
/ of two million. If you want Information manage a t.
'l; home, St. Petersburg, her son ly Sunday morning/ and /given ) away. were visitors here Sunday. ,, about any known book leaky pipe, to grow peanuts
in another room at the time: vere boating by unknown write to the librarian of the Con-1 thing else /growable, what ti.,
I -----: Gilliard refused to make any meet BROOKER i jrressionul, Library, Washington/ D. ivy poisoning poisonous wild
'' ? rte 1 I David J. Caldwell, hardware "mer- ment regard the affair when left C. You can get a catalog of Uncle facts about woodcraft, fin.. '.
lt r chant of Eustis, was found dead in to Gainesville. He stated Brooker, Aug. 31.-John( Pinhol- Sam's available books, maps, etc., by big game, game laws, in sh '
r the rear of his residence. A revolver l l.fe: had been threatened If he ster and Lacy Duke, of LaCrosse, '' writing to the Superintendent of Publications thing and everything that .1 i "i
p with ono cartridge exploded was nt any stat7ent. were visitors here Tuesday. Government Printing Office woman or child! could. need,
i.h 4'' his side. Caldwell was alone when him I J. E. Clemons was a visitor to the > Washington, D. C., and find in it lists way of sound advice and in
\ : he took his life, his family! being Fred Werden, thirty-three, more (county seat Thursday. of books on every .possible subJect help, is yours merely for the. .
4A I away for the Bummer ? I unknoyn, was killed Saturday to i I Mr.\ Cooper, of Jacksonville, attended I I from astronomy to- zoology! lIe will- i j of a post card) to the seen"" '',

L near Clearwater, when he to business here Friday. | sell you books at the cost of printing chief clerk of any depnrtmcn
r j I I O. T. Stone, of Plant City, hoi a from tho rear seat of an I I : them. government at Washington.
> t / :factory there for the manufacture of which he apparently believed IT-en Send your name) to tho U. S. Department I I Do not send' postage stamp .
strawberry refrigerator boxes where inp!! to'leave the road. It was1! family, !Miss Ernie Hazen, :Mr. and i, of Agriculture, Washington / 'eral government offices, a. I II
+ y he employs twenty expert mechanics (hat the driver made a quick Wig :Mrs. It. F. Hazcri and :Mr.' and Mrs.L. D. C.? and a monthly list of bul- | States officials enjoy frnnkin,
and turns out nn average of twenty. ,.avoid striking n cow In the Jack A. Brown spent part of last week I 1 letlns issued] on agriculture, foods, insect |leges for all public business
tt five boxes a day, although/ in the rush and Werden jumped, hitting a at Earleton Beach. pests and kindred subjects will I
I season he almost doubles this out- phone pole. : Ed. Moody and Son, Percy, attended : be sent you regularly' from which you I FOR WOICKINCi I'KOFLE
\ J put. church at Rock Saturday. I|I can make selections nnd get them : The best of workers gotout
Soon "Kirkside," home of Sat- Among those attending services at free by writing to your senator or when the liver fails to act. I
Clearing-the high lands of the cattle I Swift I languid, half-mtk, "blue" nnd Henry :M. Flaglcr/ and now Creek Saturday and Sunday congressman. '
I and think they are getting (luz.v
i and) stock hat begun, preparatory of ;Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence (' were Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Morgan, II. Uncle Sam also prints a variety of i of these symptoms might( result in
i to the closing) ; of tho Ridge/ sectionof St. Augustine, will have n her P. and L. R. Gainoy and family 13.M. fine maps. The large wall map of spell, therefore! tho sonsililp com I II
4 Highland.\ county and northeastern setting equalled only by those : L. A. : : andA.. A. Hazen, Elder Moody ,: the United States, issued by the gen- .{I take n lort+ or two of Hcrhine. I''
section of the county to the; open great rotates in the vicinity of : Mr.\ and) :Mrs! J. E. Clcmom. i I eral land office, is most complete andis I I and tho mccliriiio restore needed the vim to and purify. anti Mi '
range Oct. 1 under tho no-fenco law I teach and Miami, for a famous vis- I' G. A. Pinholster, of Jacksonville, sent to any address by the superintendent I health. Price GOo. !IoU: by
(. passed! by the last session of the legislature scape architect Is now at work I spent" Friday here with relatives. of publications at a cost of', All Drug Stores
for the protection of the tremendous Kirksido grounds I L. R. Galncy, P. A. Crosby and $1.00.
y grove interest of that sec recreating the gardens '.- Royce Gnincy were visitors to Starke The United States geological sur- j JOIN TilE YEOMEN

,a, 1 tion. the ]lovely old 1 Colonial home. and Wednesday." vey issues a number of maps showing -
i Sun- I A. D. Crosby, of Jacksonville, was ,, mineral resources and other un- Brotherhood of American V
i'i T. J. Whittingtnn, 21' rf Tampa, O. II. Rogers, recruiting a visitor here Sunday. usunl features. Send for a catalog I of Des Moines, Iowa, will sell ,
died in a Tampa hospital hotly before tho state prison farm at : I E. L. Crosby, of Jacksonville, spent and take your pick at cost. I cheapest legal reserve 20-pay uf>
!0) o'clock Thurmluv' >"pif. from rived at Punta Gorda Friday several days here last week and was'' The post office department will senda I surance in Florida. No chaw' '
injuries received when a 'ot:>r tiuckcollided and next day took charge of : ,) | busy repairing his home while here.L. map of your state at cost, showing examination.Age .
l 1 ) with his <>ioore,;' 'l ie: The Alderman to return him to the in F. Surrency and son, Earl, of mail routes, etc. Tho post office department I 10 per month $2.17; ag> -'
r I driver of the truck Jumped from his to resume serving his life Plant City, are visiting relatives here will also give you Informa- $2.33; age 25, $2.47; age 30, :32i:! 0,
? t'I I; automobile after the accident and es- for murder. He was out on a ', this week. tion about mail order frauds and bun age 35, $2.08! ; age 40, $3.35:;; agt/ 4':'
capedi tional pardon, the terms of Rev. Cheshire, of Starke, attended co schemes. $3.80; age/ 50, $4.42; age 55, $"28;
r ? violated, with the result of his services at the Free Will Baptist The hydrographic office, U. S. navy age 60, $8.51. Every additional thu-
William ,Entreken, 55, said to be rest and return to prison on hard-After hardAfterDuring church here Sunday. department, will send you at cost, sand $4.20 less per year.
stone deaf, walked along the Atlantic -. of the pardoning board. Mrs. Hogan Smith and daughter, i maps and pilot charts of all American Whole life much cheaper.See .
i i Coast Line tracks Sunday afternoon / Docia, of Sampson, are visiting relatives harbors, showing depths of wa- R. S. Humphrey and insure
St near) Orange Park, directly Into the last session of the I. here this week. I ter in each, etc. your life and protect your loved ones
iy i the train bound from Tampa to ida legislature a bill was passed E. :M. Hazen and daughter, Lorene, The U. S. bureau of education pub- 7204trgfcT
Jacksonville, and was instantly kill
f ? viding. for an election to be
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1 ed. The pilot of the engine: struck Union county on the thiry : -- -- --
him, throwing him off the right of October to determine whether : '
l way. His face and chest were crushed the people Tfftho county will

and his right leg broken. bond issue for the purpose of r
ing a system of good roads in
George Lewis, Cuban, Is dead and county. At this time the the ,
r.. r three negroes are lodged) in the coun- of the voters will say whether Mr. i
ty jail at Gainesville as tho result of the proposed good roads bond
what officers here term u drunken S t
goes. Mrs. I
brawl outside the negro Baptist .
church at Newberry Thursday night. Five masked and robed men rel-

The negroes were arrested and car- Gallie overpowered a deputy ,

.. ried to Gainesville- before daylight taking from his custody G. A, and
I Friday. who had been arrested on a

..."' which nllrging non-support of his busi
Undergoing combat practice was spirited away in an
t their aviation I
would have completed while at least one hundred tae
training course, Capt. G. F. Hill and looked on. Davis conducted) a I -
both of -
Cornelius McFadden,
t Lieut. shop and pressing club there
the U. S. marine corps, were killed been married" about three BUICKMOTOR
when a plane which they were (flying trace of Davis or his captors has -
4 collided with another machine In midair found. I COMPANYeAnnO'ltncesJ
? and fell over 3,000 at the naval Mac-

i air station at Fensacoln. Gilbert D. Leach, is a r

urer of the Leeshurg! / Fibre A.
R. L. Holoman, formerly of Pitta- Paper Company, definitely 1Q24an -
burg, one of the prominent real estate that the company would
developers) of Miami wile instantly manufacturing -
killed at 2 o'clock Monday on the south paper side of the river entirely new and distinctive
when his automobile overturned ap-
i morning while taking a turn and pin- Jacksonville. Negotiations next line of Quality oMotor Gars
4 purchase of a tract of land, an
{ ned him beneath the steering wheel.
I and a half in extent, adjacent :
t lIe was alone in the car and was Merrill-Stevens! shipyard and

,fit found by a motorcycle policeman who ly upon the river' front, have / In beauty. design speed and

closed\ by the company. Sites ... original mechanical features
; roITl!' crenm ri latka and Orlando were looked Sat- .. such as Jour wheel brakes.
by :Mr. Leach but none of them the
lC)24-Buick. models providethe
of the
General the purposes -company. : days, of most revolutionary advancein

i A key cut from 1rat trap motor cars thus far contributed -

InsuranceAND safety razor blade was used by by the industry.
Sparkinnn and E. F. Murphy! ,
i the Miami city jail in connection :

a number of automobile thefts, Pab- BUICK MOTOR COMPANYr"fi: fichigas
cape early Friday. Policemen \ ) Dto...... !r U.'w./.a.' .., _/.......
Real Estate within n few feet of the men : chil- ---c.. -Al_ they, walked out by going' lake
i. .. city hall. A missing rat trap
the police the first clue of : ', W".N .1TuR. AUTONOaiLag ARa BUILT 6UIC6 WILL BUILD THEM .
PEEK & BURNS escape had\ been made. Pieces C I
trap, some shavings ana )
"safety razor blade were found
trash barrel with some broken
"N t"too big for small business : : J. M. Smith, Mgr.
of wire. with
i ttb oo small for big business"
..': Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties I II
.f Ernest Washington and) .
\rntf.Business I Is Cordially So !
licited. Thomas, colored, were killed ,
{ :Mammoth
+ early altercation Sunday at morning. Thomas, on I ,

h -r Office' -..- with Telephone C. L. Peck 83r ; S Son Grove came worked to negroes for the a barracks worked.clearing! where -, I II""! I illl I I I f ,

who was tang: foreman and a :
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 31, 1923. 1
;i ; COl'NTY PREPARING TOE I vices which are being conducted :NOTED f 1 '
ItONDS FOR HIGHWAYS Rev. P. T. Taylor. I I .

I Rev. Burke of Waldo, will fill his { INC IS ARRESTED i "

I" ,? (itnnect With the :Macclenny appointment here next Sunday morning ,| Defaultedith $2:>0.0011) in Bonds I 'I .... ',. ,,
!load at Supp Station !! and evening From :National Hanks! NEW '
I I I Aurf., a- After fir-
Mrs.\ S. A. Saxon who has been for -- I ing five shots from a revolver in an 'I .

,runty has on tap a bond several months in south Florida, returned Laredo, Texas, Aug. 27.-Joseph attempt to kill himself. in his apartment :

,I' ,,1 I will provide for a fine sys- here Tuesday.Mr. Murcino, alias Biatas, wanted in Chicago ; today and suffering only three :) ."

,ads that will give them ant Wesley, of Waldo, attended mid Warren, Mass.\ on chargesof ( slight scalp wounds Chariest Bowman I' .,

t the outside world, princithe !- church here Sunday. absconding with bonds valued at 10 I!), a broker, was arrested. on :::

Lone Star highway thru I Mr. Wymer, of Palatka, is placinga $250,000 from national banks, was charges of violation of the firearms : } .
ounty. and to Jacksonville, large stave mill here, which will arrested at the international bridge law. \ I

\lien put through will mean prove of great benefit to Hampton.Mr. 1(I here today lie is held in the county Bowman, a former rnVo horse .. .

",ndf. of dollars to this progres- and Mrs\ C Van Alstine, of jail in default of $100,000 bond. owner is: connected with a brokerage I \1 I''I" .
mty and a new impetus to the Brooklyn, have been attending to o. firm, and according the police '

to, MB interests of one of the bestu business here. i hind Meteoric Rise recently loot heavily in stocks. Two \'" \

sections of the entire state Oscar Andreu, of Starke, attended I' Chicago, Aug. 27.-Joseph. B. :Mar- night ago he gave a party to his ,
ection that has been in the cino arrested I friends. t
church hero Sunday. i 1 I today at Laredo, Texas ,
,round for many years on ac- W. E. Daugherty and wife, and in connection! with the disappear A few minutes before firing the .1

of i inadequate road facilities. sons, William and Jay, attended Sabbath -I ance of more than $200,000 worth of I shots Bowman naked an elevator J

have planned to build from school here last Sunday. William I bonds from the First National Bankof boy to call an ambulance saying hew [

la i-lonny road at Sapp station Daugherty rendered several selections Warren :Mass., had a meteoric rise ns ill. The boy called a patrolman. If' .,

uin Raifordi Johnstown, Laker at the Christian church and here from barber to banker and financial "Please let me go trough with it," ?1 ,I

Dukes and Worthington to pleased much. heights. Bowman "
< very implored. "I'm game. The
county line. Another "earning npnrk" keeps| glowing on the "anvil of thrift." J
Aluchua !Y. P. U. was organized at the Nine years ago he was a barber. Labor ID symbolized by brawn; but whether work a
)If tho same grade and quality Baptist church Thursday with over Then ho got a job with an insurance PARALYZED EYES with hand or brain it all conies' under the head of you"labor." '
,? from Lake Butler through Mid- fifty members present. They will company and a short time afterwards The net results of labor in. SAVING. Without Hating, there
and Providence to the Columbialine. organized, the Public Life Insurance 'I are no results If the "out-K in. equal to (he "in-come" 4
meet every Sunday evening at 7. Auto drivers intoxicated by moonshine and not
you are Raving from the "fruits of "
A third road which is your labor"
Company which you I' I .a
went out of business.
G. Haynes, who has been here for City Physician Edwards of are standing still in the "..heme 'of life. ,
.,,-t to be hard surfaced leads several months giving candy lessons Later he organized 1 the Roma Investment Grand) Rapid, reports, have paralyzed Start SAVINGS:; .. ACCOUNT at thin. Hunk, and make lIme t t+'
? Lake Butler toward Olustee to will open up a candy kitchen in Company and Commonwealth eyes The pupils fail to func I of your dollars "hammer slrok...." in forging your pronperity. ttl -
.1 Creek church, then westerly Insurance Company, then with others ,
Gainesville next week. tion. .\nd object close by appearsat 4
Columbia county line near Lu- secured I
control of numerous small
m Tvlrs. F. A. Scott, of Starke was a distance, therefore they puss si
banks in Iowa and Illinois. He 'IIIK 1 II.INK 01' SI'AltKEi
the guest of her brother, L J. Wynn, an object before they think they are
will indicted, in connection i lu- Hank! of i'
i h. first named road open up this week. with the fail- hnlf way there. They see a little 1IE'lllrlll'r.it'e

? .tner of nature's beauty spots at :: W. P. Birt and family, of Louise, ure of some of these institutions but child, on the street and think it a I SKAKKE, FLA. $ f
The second jumped his bond. -
\\ rthington Springs. attended revival services here. Mock a away when possibly in the
,"ad goes through one of the richest I Several cars of Hamptonites attended Wed Gnldman'ti" Daughter next second the little life is crushed 1'I ,
'utural farming sections to be found, lie married a daughter of Abraham out." -I-
church at the Baptist and
Florida. It will give'r.eSI' Goldman, wealthy Chicagoan,
\)1|i northern Christian churches of Starke Sun- If a man blindfoled himself,
Providence and and then with the aid of said
farmers around capital climbed into his
day evening. car and<1 sped downa 1
", and, a direct connection with Jack- to have been furnished him by his thronged t thorough fa re bin act German financial situation/ which np Calomel of
where Mrs. Josephine Sullivan i li a guestof father in law, transferred his ; Robs ;
inville by truck, they can operation would bo little more reprehensible pcniH to reaching a climax is tin i
>market their produce and buy their her son, Cleveland, of Theressa, to the east where he securedan -dangerous-than that of the person fact that in spite of its inflated< cur

nplies to the best possible advan- this week. interest in the Farmers and Merchants who, knowing that he will take roiu'v and its low state of trade nn: Nausea and Danger :

Ag; The third road leads through Rev. N T. King preached at The Bank of Philadelphia, which the wheel of an automobile whilein economy, that nation has been build

in' ,' heart of the Eppinger & Russell ressa Saturday and Sunday. failed, and then in the Niagara Life that condition, permits himself) to ing tip within itself the machinery
inered lands, where there are thir- !Miss Elizabeth Wheeler who is i Insurance Company of Buffalo, which become intoxicated. for an active and fairly rapid indus. ( :Medicinal Virtues Retained and 1m- '

i thousand acres of pine timber un- teaching school east of Starke, spent went into receivership. Judges throughout the countryare trial and, financial recovery Inter on.,,. proved-Dangerous and Sickening r 1

uchcd by the axe for over thirty the week-end with her parents, Mr. Going to Warren, Mass., he succeeded becoming increasingly, severe in Private business concerns the government Qualities{ Removed. Perfected Tab- f)

ears and Mrs. L. A. Wheeler.Mr. with Goldman's aid, in gaining their sentences for this offence. and many municipalities are', I let called "Calot ale. I q

All the above territory as well asmi Youngblood, of Theressa, was control of the First National combined in surreptitious preparations -

western part of Alachua county, transacting business here this week. Bank of Warren, and Frank I. Taylor SKELETON FOUND NEAR for great activity. Factories I, .
Master M. L. Rawley, of Green" clerk and former rail- The latest triumph of modern science
the southern end of Columbia countymd a Chicago L\KE: ('ITUP YOUNG. T.IRLThought lire in good condition, as to equip
all of Dixie county will have a Cove Springs, is the guest of his road brakeman was! installed as headof ment. I is a "de-nauxeatcd" calomel tablet l
1 grandparents! and Mrs. J. Allen, the institution. Marcino disappeared known to the drug trade as "Calo-
Jacksonville. I
i.rcct: line to ) la lIe That of Girl. There I Financial collapse appears, to be
Baker and Union counties inter-I II this week. last February along with From Vero Imminent in Germany. It looks also I tabs" Calomel, the most generally
'Ub"en sisters in that their Rev. Jones left Isst F-idav! for The- bonds held by the bank valued at if Germany relied somewhat i useful< of medicines thus enters on '

,. are the same, and the building I ressa, where he will: : be engaged in a $213,000. At about the same time, Lake City, Aug./ 22Thcoroner's us that collupne to avoid reparation on a wider field of popl/lurlty-purifled i (& i,

,,T these roads will bind the ties of revival. He will he assisted by Rev. Taylor vanished from Warren. jury investigating the circumstances payments of any description. It itsuggested I I and refined from thou objectionable t' f+

.faction' still more closely.The Dicks, of Lake City. Taylor was arrested in Chicago, of the death of the person whose that German, inability to | qualities which have heretofer limitedits
The revival services; conducted by where he claimed he to
of Baker county natural came notify use
people skeleton was found in a swamp about pay should not be admitted l l'et: In
feel keen interest in any road Evangelist Taylor at the Baptist Goldman that his son-in-law had left In biliousness, constipation, headaches -
) a one and a half miles north of Lake another decade that country may 1ti'
riprovcment over in Union, as their church closed Thursday evening. Mu- with the bank's resources. Goldman City lust week were unable to, develop stage a remarkable come back to former and indigestion, and in a great ty 1.rvariety
iterosts have been the same for many sic was in charge of Harvey Taylor: and Taylor claimed they knew nothing any evidence and rendered a verdict I prosperity. So far as Industrial. of liver, stomach and kidney r L ? +xd

'ars, and the two counties Join on of Thomasville, Ga., with Miss Jeannette of Marcino's flight with the'bondsbut that death was caused by Pl'r-I preparedness< goes that country ap- troubles calomel\ was tho most successful 4

the west and northwest, and a road Durden, of Tampa, as pianist. Taylor is serving a year in prisonfor sons unknown. The officers are still pears to ho surprisingly clone) on its I remedy, but Us use wus often '
running through both counties to the The church received 57 additions, 40 his part in the affair. at work and are investigating several feet commercially and industrially luglectfcd( on account of its sickening $

icrcte highway would mean the ceo of whom were for baptism'and the Marcino disappeared about February lends they hope will uncover not only I Whether it can safely juggle its collapse !i qualities. Now it is the easiest and
of their aims and remainder by letter. Members of 1st and department of justice officials most pleasant of medicines to take.I .
lling together the motive but the person or persons and itn recovery remains to be i
tnrests in a way that would bring other denominations attended and assisted believed that he had been in who committed the crime.It seen.-Orlando, Morning Sentinel. I Ono Culotub at bedtime, with a swolI -
closer in touch and work to the in the services. Mexico since that time. He is charged has developed that three women I low of water-that's all.! No taste, ;

.' ijood of both. I). L. Bugg and family, of Plant with being the arch conspirator have( disappeared from this vicinity no griping, no nausea, no suit,. A ''i 1.
Thfproposed road from Worth- City, who motored here last week to 11 the theft of nearly $250,000 in cash, since early fall and two of them, GOVERNOR; e.'rrsSII THE i good nights sleep and thu next inornI .

Jinn' to Manning and thence thru visit Mr. Bugg's parents, :Mr.! and and bond judging from the looks of the skeleton PRIMARIES: I hIlt you are feeling firm with u clea

nlo'i, to Macclenny will also aid Mrs. W. L. Bugg, have returned to The prisoner was taken as he was could be this. one. During/! the I liver, a purified system( and a big up-
their home. crossing the international bridge He Our friend, R. L. Swe i'r, editor\ of .
'onville materially, as some of latter part of October, a young woman \: putitu. Cut: what you plcuse. No
beat. heavy farming land in the Mrs.\ J. P. Sullivan, who has been was arraigned before the United was picked<1 up on the highway this the Gndxden County Times, \\n a pretty ,danger!
in the Worth- confined to her bed for several weeks ], States commissioner on charges of and to t level hendod, mnn and writes some '
tin- onto lies over side of High/ Springs brought i Cnlotiibd are Bold wishes to thank her friend end I theft and his bond'was fixed at $100- forceful editorials.. He usually reasons ( "
irton: section, where the land is of L Ike City. She said that she was scaled packages, price thirty-five '
., that of North neighbors) for their kindcss during 000. to quite logically. He does not
and to
mme grade as from Vera was trying get cent for the largo family package,
red clay her illness. He had grown a beard and has For several" agree with Tom Appleyard that Congressman | "
''Borgia, hilly, and a relatives in Georgia. ten cents for the small, trial package.
R. E. Lee, of Lnke Geneva, was a adopted other alleged measures of Frank Clark, Judge, Purlc- ,
ilmoil, especially adapted for cot- ln.\s afterwards she was seen in and Your druggist la authorized<1 to refund I II
business visitor here Saturday. disguise, but he admitted his identi hill, lion. Frank Jennings and Mayor
''ii, corn and peanuts. This fine see- around the city and suddenly< disappeared be thoroughly delighted! with CaL>- h
He is being held in the Webb who nil candidates, for
ty. Martin are ,
to of her be will
in only needs transportation and no trace can the price as a guarantee that you
8000.000th FORD :MOTOR TURNED county jail pending removal orders. governor, should<1 call their friends together -
"ing it to the front with a rush. At found. Efforts are being made to tubs.-(Adv.) 7-fl-m
railroad OUT JULY 11th. Officers from Chicago are expectedto Several citizens who \ to deride which one of them .
tats time there is not even a truce her. remember .
of it. come for him. her here that she shall run and that the others there- I
'Inning' within six to ten seeing say
Baker county people will watch with The Ford Motor Company is now carried a small)) hand bag very similar upon withdraw and center on the candidate ;

itorcst the progress of this road I on its way toward the 0,000,000 mo- :\JUUIERnVIERCIIANT: SLAIN to the one found with the skeleton. )'I .chosen "in order to bent Mr.

movement over in Union, and will tor it became known when it was announced IIY UNKNOWN ASSAILANT The case is being worked very hard I Cults. We have said in those col-

tand ready to assist in the work in that motor No. 8,000,000 by the officers and citizens nnd it in umnH that we do not agree with Mr.
my way possible. went off the assembly line at the II. K. Haylnes, 55, proprietor of a hoped that developments! will com Appleyard but we do not put it on the

Highland Park plant Wednesday I small grocery store at Mulberry, was that will clear up the murder. same ground the Gndsdon: County
HAMPTON night, July 11th, establishing a new shot and almost instantly killed by I Times' does. The Times says that It

million production record. an unknown man about 9) o'clock on INDIGNANT FLAPPERS STORM : has no fear that with five others in

Hampton, Aug. 31Mrs. J. J. Motor Ne. 7,000,000 was turnedout Monday night.A STYLE REFORM: :MEETING the race there Is the slightest dnnirvr ,
'Morgan and children left this week January! 17 of this year, so the soft nosed bullet from a .38 cali- of Cntts receiving the democratic
the last million Smith & Wesson revolver took nomination for next June. ,
for south Florida, where Mrs. Morgan company produced bre Timid Sinters. of Long Tresses andSilkloim governor
has accepted a position as teach- motors in six days less than six : effect in Haynes' body about two Sock Given Preference Let us ask our friend of tho Timer
left breast. He whether if he believed Gov. Catts
months. inches above the was ,
r I We Our Own LensesNODELAY
Mrs. I. J. Priest left Tuesday for i Production at the start of that period dead when parties living nearby wit- Somerset, Pa., Aug. 21.-Thll little would be nominated In tho prlmariennext Qrind ."

Waldo where she will be the guest of was around 4,800 motors a day nessed a struggle between Haynes city has been somersaulted into a June, he would then be in favor
schedule in effect assailant at Haynes' stores i of Mr. Applcyard's proportion. Doosh
increasing his
relatives and attend the revival ser- and on the and style class war with the bobbed hair, :
since has been brought up to and saw the unknown slayer running lip stick waving flappers arrayed on <> believe a few politicians should i bf Gainesville? Florida. .

more than 7,000. The average for from the scene a few minutes after one side and their more timid sinters I'I' permitted to get together and dictate ,__. .0

ASPIRINSay the period was slightly above 6,711 a the shot was heard. of long tresses and silkless stockingson I to the member! of the democratic :2j: HOURS LINK SAN FRAN-
day for the 149 working days or an The revolver with which the killingwas the other. party that they must vote for < ne or CISCO AND NEW YORK CITY / 1

average of more than 166,670 each committed was found about fifty The first clash occurred yesterday the other of Just two men. The etli- j PAir ,

"Bayer" and Insist! month. feet from the store. It was empty. when the Parents-Teachers association tor of the Gainesville Sun has a contempt :Mail Service Covered :2fii soled ''i ,

Under its greatly increased manufacturing Four loaded and one empty cartridges formally endorsed the "old fash for the primary law and, has, in That Number of Hour i / f*

capacity the company was were found, where the shooting ioned" girl and took steps to petitionthe timu and again, so written. We relieve J
the last million that the had it is the of the Indifference -
able to manufacture occurred, indicating gun cause
Bchool board to adopt a uniform HempxteaU, N. Y., Aug. :21.-AH 4 "f e
QI less time than in the struggle and supineneNS, which characterizes -
months unbreached
motors in two become style of dress for all school girls. The records for a flight across the conti '
million. Motor No. 7- followed. Parties who witnessedthe the democratic party In Florida ;
the previous that rules would bar silk hose, short skirts rent were broken today when Pilot qy
eight months from a distance were today. But it is the party law and
was produced struggle ,
000,000 low necked sleeveless
bobbed hair and R. L. Smith, of the air mail service,
after the 6,000,000 motor passed off unable to state whether the assailantwas dresses. But the flapper contingent, we should abide by it until tho party landed here at 11:11: o'clock, astern

the assembly line which was on May a white man or negro. hearing of the meeting, stormed it. sees' fit to abrogate it. We hold no standard time, completing a relay

18, 1922, and nearly a year before No cause has been attributed for Their verbal protest, delivered in brief for any candidate for governor. !mail flight/ from San )Francisco in :29! a

that date, May 28, the 5,000,000 mo- the murder. Obviously it was not rhyme was as short and snappy as Four very estimable gentlemen have hours and 15 minutes. r 1
of robbery Haynes been in the field for quite' a year and,
tor was turned out. for the purpose the dress and manner of \the! flapper- held '
It was In 1915 when Ford Motor had $86 on his person when the cor- ette who delivered It: the democrat- masses" have been The best previous record was r
I No. 1,000,000 was produced and under oner'a Inquest was opened and the thinking them over. (,Who has the by Lieu tit. Kelly and MacReady, of y
the steadily growing demand for body examined. The cash register In "I can show my boulders! right to take three of them out of the the army air foray who flaw recently ,, e
I show knees! from New York tt) San Diego< In 2'$
; Governor Cattn
Ford cars and trucks production has the store remained intact. can my rae i merely to defeat s a
,'mite you see the name "Bayer" on been mounting yearly and maintaining Sheriff John Logan hill deputies, I'm a free born AmericanAnd who has just entered the field hour and 30 minuted. The route ta- 1 .
paekage" or on tablet you are not got- an annual output approximating and a large posse of citizen of Mul- I can show what I please.! Where la the boasted broadness and ken by the mail plane was longer Ka ,

"ting' the by genuine phywoiaji Bayer aver product twwntytwoyours pre"rll..l that of all other automobile manufacturers I berry are scouring the section surrounding With that the flappers withdrew liberality of the primaries We did than that usual by the mall army fliers. t i
The San Francisco brought by ,
and preyed safe by million for i combined.; the scene of the killing in while the Parent -Teachen annocla- away with the old convention system batch to
Smith the third
abort to apprehend the alayer. turned into an indifrnajiion because It was claimed the gag rule Pilot van
(\>M" Headache an tion was ;a
here in the test the postofflce
Toothache prevailed. Now it Is proponed to apply arrive
Earache. Lumbago Rheumatism TIle DlffarenoevA No Worm In a Healthy Child meeting.Action. on the dress oxiextion i wiH the gag rule to the primaries department has been conducting tbUjpreek.
Neuralgia Pain Pain troubled with Worm hv. .a uoh..lth' Gadaden 'Times The pouches left San Francisco
geodes CMO no more help beta a All children demanded of the school board the Does not the County
ala.bkb' lAd......*poor blood.aDd ass fee yesterday morning at 6 o'clock Pacific F
Accept "Bayer Tablet of Aspirin"only. pain than a crazy man can help be- rule theta t* mar or 1 era Momcb dUtarbf parents and teachers decided. believe the primary field should be 4.i t -'
Eacb unbroken package contains tag cracy. It Just happen that when C.ROVES TASTtLEiS CHILL TONIC tlvea re.... broadened Instead of narrowed and time. The flight was completedHI
Proper( direction, Handy Dozes of does what he consider a larly fur two or this. ....h.1I' atlch the bkxwi. circumscribed? Gainesville Sun. feur hours and one minute lea l
the genius
t"'e' tablet cot few ernt. DragPsU mart thing It l I' smart; bat when the lmpro th. kio..od*ctu.|..ii .nlSmnitbmln4 I! GERMAN, G( LING I tbe the l.edWJed 30 hour, and Mi
aIM dell bottles of 24 and 10O. Tonic to tM who*esutsm. Nature will them *'
Aspirin u the trade mark of Bayer poor crazy man does Ms beat It tarn throw off. IT.!.D el| th.worm.sadthSChlidMIbS)' about rte Minute ,
Manufacture of Monoaeetioacideater at eat t. be foulIAL-F.1\ Uowe'i aloDtJJ.1lro 1IIP< SaUcltiaaai4.


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Luncheon club on a recent occasion, I within bounds but not exterminated.When -
Bradford County Telegraph :i Judge Pettaway said: I I man converts the vildi-rness Yum Yum! .

; --' ------ "The proper place to begin the into fields, he disturbs the balance of ,
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fl -- making! of good citizens is in the I II I nature, and the plants he grows call
i t' f Published weekly and entered as 1 home. It is the work of the parentsof I I I insects to feed on them and these often -

k second: class matter, at the post the child, who by proper precept i.I so increase In numbers ai to de-
''r I r I' Starke Florida. I and example help it to grow to be a. stroy the vegetation in the fields.'The
office at ,
-- good, man or woman, and naturally 111 I birds cln not increase fast enough to
good citizen. To do this both father cope with them. The birds in Flor- '
4V: / E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner and mother should work to/.teth'r'l ida are probably several times as numerous |

The child, who is deprlyed of as they were a hundred years ,
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY and council of either parent is to be ago, yet they are totally insufficient ,II

t S pitied, and from my observations it:I to keep down the insects in 'he t'.f'ds, iI j
L -- is such children who largely become I orchards and gardens, and many 1rh
ii' SUBSCRIPTION RATE I the delinquents who give work for I, times the present number would still ,

'i i Per Year ....$2.00 our juvenile courts." i I be insufficient. Yet they do what they j i j
i Judge Pettaway knows whereof he can and should be protected. Most! of i ? g\i .
n speak He has the evidences of neglected -I, the Florida birds were fitted for wood' + 1o 'ii
CHILDREN WHO BECOME: DEUN- I children before him almost duii land-they have to be perched in the i| y I

d QUESTS! :' i ly. Another, a woman in a similarposition trees in order to see the insects, and ,i
I one- whose work takes her : are nearly useless in a treeless field. I

i Organizations:; that look after and directly into homes throughout the I In the woods they apparently fulfill ,
cure for children} appear to be get.i county recently has said that which I their purpose-that of protecting to
i ting more nnd more work to do. Generally 'j, corroborates the Tampa judge. She a certain extent trees, herbs and ,,
f ; speaking', they arc doing It spoke particularly of the effect that grasses from insect pests.
Rut' better and hotter, probably because i flogging has on children, asserting Scientists! and practical farmers'' fiY
their work Is more carefully studied{ I[ !inquiry among a large number of have come to the conclusion treated 1 '' A 11t "

than in the past; }likewise, the children !- criminals brought forth the Informa- of above, and they have found that
and their nPceK Of course, the r tion that "my father beat me," the only effective way to battle Insects -
population of the country Is increasing that "my mother was unkind to is by means of spraying. Providence -,
I I L very rapidly; and that may bet II And that, this well-informed 01"1 will help and the bird will
one reason why more children are I Raid, is the cause of making help, but "when in doubt," use a''r

'' jl needing attention and care on the nals of many children. I sprayer. .
r' I part of organizations. Another and,I Parents need to give constant and I
I v.
t perhaps predominating\ reason la Blue practical attention to the rearing WHAT :MAKES ENVELOPES!\
;l, j t that too many parents are neglectful their children. It is something STICK? i
of t their children, delegating should not he delegated to others, e'<- -- ,I /
parental rare to others, child welfare H>pt in exceptional cases.! The happiest Editor Telegraph-Please tell me E
( workers and l to organizations. Then, father known to the writer is whut makes envelopes stick. Blue ': 1 (tilUlods
t 1 too, there are parents who do not. the one who, having brought two nona! Eyes. | q ( AoTOC
know how to for and children and, daughter to of _
earn rear a years maturity, Answer-We have noted your ques- I
y y properly-this in spite of the ,, is able to say: "I never said 'don't'to tion.. "What makes envelopes stick?" _
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children. lie
numerous ncrencies whereby at least I my led them and) with much interest and no small con- -
I the essential elements} of chlldrearinj governed! them by reason and not by cern. Our chemical reporter, whoso | east corner of tho flap and carefully F. L. Turner spent TUI'I' !.
Cure Cold.
? may be learned. the switch or the paddle. Parents, to duty it should have been to answer |I work it till the flap opens. If this I Remove To the seeds a of one medium- city with friends.

Neglect and l abuse of children arc be able to govern children, need, first the question is away on a vacation, I I fails moisten the flap or hold it over I Hire grapefruit, put the pulp into oae -
Colds Causa < <1
two of the chief causes that make the I of nil, to learn how to govern them- and it is with fear and trembling; that boiling water, and the excess of 1120 quart of cold Muter and' bull xlowlyantU urip! nn IntlucnitiLAXATIVE .
selves.-Times-Union. the thus absorbed will partly dissolvethe I' It Is reduced to Strain !:PROMO QUININE Tgblcrcause. -
children delinquents, wronjc-doers, requiring writer, unversed in chemiatry'i i one pint. There in only ODe 1> .n
r state or organization:; control takes hit pen in hand in an attempt gum and cause its hold to loosen. I and sweeten to taste. Drink one, -hatt E W G1OVe'Srlenana' rm bn.. Jlte
nnd management There is no doubtof :SPRAYING; IS THE THING to give the desired information.The I We have the same trouble here, the quantity hot Just lifter retiring at
; but have to bear it with Christian ulglit and the rcninliiilor, cold In the NOTICE: TO BIII>FIIS FOR FURSISHSrA.NUAKI
parents being very much to blame gum on the flaps of envelopes I ) MOM-.N; WIRE HAM I
I when their children go wrong Those We frequently rend a lot of bunk. is extracted from the sweet potato meekness, as no language will better mornlnir. liipent" the second night If4ecessnrv. STAPLES ETC
: Sealed bill will bo received I bv 'i i
I in positions enabling them to form about the great good the birds: do in (diascoreii sativa\ ), through dessica- matters. Yet the very property bond IruKteea of JJrmlfurtl cuun'j I
( I -- the office of the of tlStarkf .,
I the stick when aeeretary
1 t correct judgment are quite lure the keeping down insect pests, that the tion, distillation and sublimation. It makes envelopes you Hiirldu' until J On ,,',I 1. ,
ha fault I ii, with the parents, more than pests are as bad as they are becausethe is very hygrometric and has such a don't want 'em to, also makes the Don't Wake 'Em. bent. Z3. 1I'8.\ I and at I hnt,. ,tin,
I little opened, ', for furniMhinir f. o. I I.I li 41.t
that of the children.! Thus, lion. W. birds have not been protected, great affinity for 1120 till its! mois- flaps protect your interesting Somo,men get nil I'.imens amount of I car fcncifire 6\lli\l6 in ,' <

1t Raleigh: I'ettnway, judge of the juvenile I etc. This is true only to some ex- ture content Is always high.: When it i letters, and you should be satisfiedto ( Ill wtlsfuctlnn who HftiiRrw\ out/ or l ii tlu-lr t" i them conviction are In that the I wrapped.2fi kips. Btnplea.

t, court in Tampa, and a very cap- tent. In the wilderness the birch reaches CO, it will seal the envelope let it go at that.Invention WTOn L.Alluiuv, l' JDally. r J"' keg kuK. 20(1 End 1 nnlls.IIId.lo. nulls..
; .' able one, by the way, asserted, that keep the Insects under control Bufllciently without being asked to do so. In dry I _- ... .to submit pecilhnl" rCOH .
r this I ig, a fact, the knowledge of which to preserve the balance of na I weather the gum is safe, but in dump Saves Labor. I Thought. I .of, s,t-''I-hey,, I it will I IB proposed Innll) in 1.cur'h. <. ilimn'lut
J he observation ture. But the that weather have had of lute, the ,, 1'' nl I rrMrithe i K hi
I: hus acquired by practical same power cre- i as we To Bate 1111! "i r 'i iiuiliiiiiir' roiuls a A Kln -lf gratciul thought turned and nil, llil
as a judicial officer Speaking ated the birds, also created the insects i-nvelopcs will stick We recommend 1 henvun" E s MIUl '
curt 1ms la l n n MII' I Unit -i>oiiJn : n ': t.i (the moat |>erect prayer. I I
I ;, to the members of the Dade City and sees to it that they be kept poking n dry hair pin into the '\lorth-I Stone evenly .1- I i. ,, ,huuiji' il. -Les..I/lIl. '\ ,\ ,I'lITl'II.v .


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11 ,;= TI TIi J at Peoples Grocery Th their generous attendance. grad bluing the IteirTvrror. Is one"of No Worm in a healthy Child \

tJie judges of' the criminal deportraeat. I All fhililrvn .Irouhliil with Wnrrnn h",v<> u "11-
:Mrs. Nelle Hughes has returned METHODISTSunday \ hoaabycokrwhirhndtrntesuser, ( | ..., m.dua' .I I ,
I 1M ( .illllMrn" >III more or I less Mcunnili denrtwor, t .
; Bits or Local from a motor trip to Lake Wales another < M. Kureky. t'Ommlr I of justice will KlIVKS, TAS1FIJSenli.L I TONIC M n ,. d t,

i I points south. While in Lake school at 10 a. m? L. C be chief procurator or attorney general I arl\ tar.. iwuprthroe, wrcks wa'rnrlrh tli, I Ini tr, ,. > I
|""\ .ch.IIII..Uun..ndll'.n.1I4etwr.| | .: MrNin i Mt
IiiJtoriiialioiiConcerning Wales she was the guest of Mrs J. Prescott t. assistant superintendent. In the new court system) but the I 4 r P. active pro e'utor11\ he VladlratrKryleukii. rhr.w, oRnr ,illnwl' rho w.amsand '
Tomlinson Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. lb rhln i ia.tntertwthealth. 'Ifi'
formerly chnlrinnn of the I Plea.ulsurwa..euanet..t'" ., ." '+
N by the pastor. .
revolutionary tribunals -- -- --
Our People, Business and Mrs.\ E. F. Brown '
and children! of
q 1/. Progress in the County and Town. I Lake City, :'olr.1| and Mrs. C. L. Hodges ning Prayer at S.Arrangements. meeting, Wednesday eve- New Jury Syitem.A $

II and children of :Macclenny, :Miss are being made to tm Is ptH-ullnr that n 'ature spprle of of "juror"the now Is Ii'In. % ] tJ:

DeLorow fliers, who have been at IrENT-A-WORD
have a revival servlco begin the fifth troduced. There rill\ lie two of themIn

Kingsley lake for the past ten days, Sunday in September. Tho pastor each cine, sluing l>...til>' the Judge : ( S S
,i "H, ,F the : returned Tuesday to their homes. will ln assisted by a noted revivalist and hnvliiK full goners to question

,, '1. S. A. from Virginia.Last wltneiwos and it l.inoys. They: will
Mrs S. A. Blakely, of Waldo, and retire with Urn Imluo to decide\ upon I II
-- Sunday morning, Rev. J. E. WANTED-Twenty-fivo
men to dounuling
; the guilt or Innoi-cti.-p of the. accused I ,
"II have Mrs. W. T. Blakely, of Starke, who ,
Room presiding elder of the Jacksonville I by tho II.I .
a majority! vote .if the three nerving, station Road No.S. :
had been' .
;I'i at on a trip north to visit relatives -
ijo district, preached to a large' to convict or fro the prlsunar. I Smith & Garrett, StarKc.\ It* I
have returned home. On their
congregation. In the afternoon at Panels nf these pnmpoctlva jurymen i ,
r. Journey they also took in Washington AUTOMOBILES buy and sell J'-.
2.30: quarterly confert'nco"as held, are now being HI-IIM-II. thrtMiKhniit) Rmslo. I old :1
!' D. C. and ports read concerning tho work The vurtoun trade unions and professional automobiles and parts. Write or 'I ( .

geed -- of the church for the past quarter. orKiinlziitlons select them I cull. Alfred Guroy, Route A, .j ,("

,'m < !\ Capt. J. T. Hlckey, of Plant City, There being a vacancy in tho boardof from their o\\u uuinbors, and they Starke, FIn 8-10-41* "

> ,. has been here during the week taking must be renilto KI> into court at t
stewards H. M. Snyder was .
appointed FOR SALE-Missionary and Klon- oft 4
any time they BH cnlloil Tho I '
an inventory of the Sam Ro"en- upon.
to fill the position. Mrs. IIM. .
.. and Moscow quota of .1m'or* Is 4.000. When dyke strawberry plants, $1 per
'p berg! stock of goods. The "goods will 2
Red Cross
Snyder was appointed they sit In trials the jurymen are thousand f. o. b. Green Cove. Ready r f'
Bennett probably be moved to Plant City,
ten director for the church paid not by the lo\"t'I'nnH'nt. but by for immediate shipment J. S. Mar- t '
where Mr. in business '
: their emplovorit. 1 m-elvlng their remise maduke, Green Cove Springs, FIn t ltl7.27.8t11.14'
\\ Andrews : L.\WTEY iln.v'H wages for the time paiaodin 1 1I \> t
L the Rev. P. T. Taylor, of Sebring, I court. I 1

preached Sunday morning and eve- Mrs F. F. Dorman and! two children When the new court system Is In 1 SJ'EDS-If: not already on our mailing rr
Williard ning' at the Baptist church He recently -. full swing, It Is i-tppctod that moat i
list '
of Jacksonville :Mrs D. R. Milton and receiving catalog, send l
'flu! her : closed a very successful meeting i of the lawyers "I"III'III'lnjC111 be mentrained
and children Watertow.n, Mrs. name and address! for our InterestIng V
: in it nipton, and is now in Waldo In the law cotirt nf the old
G. :M. Clayton Miss Gladys Claytonand lawyers and instructive new fall cata ;
regime Professional unions of ;
"nr conducting revival services.
( Robert Clayton of Macclenny, ore helnq orminlrod., ftuhlort to the log Kilgore Seed Co., Plant City, n t

drocery were guests of :Mr. and Mrs\[ J. 'V.Dat'bel' approval of the sin lot nuthorltle. Fla. 7-20-71-8-31( 1' ,!
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rosenbush, ofIreen s
the first part of the week and -- -

\Z. \ Cove Springs, who have spent all, with the exception of :Mr. Barber, : WANTED-Man to work on farm. '.,
looking the weeks At the 'Scjtt:; cot
rKi ; past two enjoyed a family picnic at Kingsleylake Write to A. F. Pottcrson, box 355, '
tage at Kingsley lake, will leave today Dm'j!; Thought.
Tuesday. Starke, or meet me at Manning'sstore
lionutiful Onyx for their home Mrs. Rosenbush'smother A. single grateful thought turn*
Mrs. J. I J. Mooro and son, Fred: next Saturday afternoon. 1t"n
.nil -hades. Mrs. Nina Richard Lipford, ..aven\\nrd la the most perfect' l pruyea
: were visitors to Jacksonville Tucs
has also been at Kingsley lake. -i.oaela'. STRAYEl>-Ono yearling Muck Jersey ,

,n' Long day. heifer hind fet white Please yl
Rev. E. D. Boyer returned home on t ?
ii'.ntro to : : :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White entertained Hew Could Haf conllno and notify I". J. Puttoo,

M 1..>. F II : informally Thursday: afternoon Tuesday from Inglis where ho filledhis I A physician Buy freedom frott Starke Fla. It.
: I appointment at the Baptist church worry Is essential to the treatment ot
at their home on Sanderson street .
Sundav looomotor ataxla. Rut a man who
i mi, Randall, Among those present were Rev. and I Mr. and! Airs. Lomio Futch and O could keep free from worry with loco- Pilot Curcu in h to 14 IuysDn l
.< sliest Airs.' L. R. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. motor atollcould 1 recover from an 't tr n-hiixlnuiiii'v (It I I' WO( OI..rr>!tNT; full 1_ sntrtt
E. Rhorlrn< were visitors to Slaike ot .' (, "' if ,
a. 1,1'1 him' 'I'j I I'MM' '''' HriiiruillnKl'i'iI
Jr. Arthur' Wood! and L. C. Ray, of Du- amputated' need without treutmeatrt.outsvtlle -* .
: nedln. : Monday.RUSS. CourlorJournaJI'OR 'r tsars.,; ,"" ,urur''' '',' I ,:, I, 'u I.Y": II. ., 1,|r l i iJ.

I \clkins S.\I.E-l\Il"Alonlll' and Klon-\: L. SIMMONS
ifter Among' those returning' this week I'l.tJmnm AMI l KLKC1KICAL: ;
HAVE NEW dyke strnwborry plants anIIUIITI\ -
it from their Kingsley lake cottages CON'11{,\CTOKKHI'MIATEH F
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tity, "Kfowmtr on new land ( m ?
are F. II. Long and family, J. F. CIIKKKKULLY:;\!
fresh Juh 1s1.l l 1'I interested
plants, ready : 4..
: /iton has Kickliter and family, J. M. Brownlee
Telephone l32.:! V
write J. M. Trul St.ulvi-
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,xtemlcd and family, T. N. Limbaugh and! fnm- SCAUKK.: 10'1\
Fin 6-22-10-2(1.:! ) :!(
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T'tonloTgan: Supreme Tribunal With Seat at
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"i rust moved to Okahumpka, Lake county. -' ==

,. (,IY, Co.Hiizabeth. : :'Ir. :Morgan[ Is nn energetic and Intelligent Moscow, to Have Criminal, llenlervi
: farmer of the class we can- Civil and Appeal Branches. ; r

: : not well afford! to lose. We wish him

h m<' and his estimable family success In Monpi>\\ .-Tinlewilutlonury" trlhn-

I- ort heir new home. nals which, iilniii" with I the ,dreaded
\ : "cheku;" were ItiHtiiiiiicntH nf Iteil, terror .

Ui\: : A. A. Williamson, of Tela, Hon- during the worst, period of the

in urns, who lately bought the Boyd! luilfiliovlHt roMiliitloii pu svd Into 1 I./ nw
history the oilier" day l when a new
/ on in place, a short! distance southeast of
and ix'rmiiTH'iit .roust systemMIS inaugnratt'.I -
Starke, has' moved his wife and two .
IIU'h''lIt,! HIII.KIII.'hll .
/' T children here. The children will attend \\ (> founded upon" linen not unlike ) :;f I "h ?

nitmg J I : the school. Mr. Williams left! those of the court systems of Recently one nf our

\;. D. I :. Monday for New Orleans, where he Homo other niii I'<'iMim| countries, the customers. old im (hut ) dl ,
will take a steamer back to Tela, lieu UiiiHliin courts hnve pone piirtloulnily qr
l' 15. Neff.n.'J', where he is in charge of the po-ver communistic', ('lItllr's( nil their ., t Mliv 'appreciated I the

It I'I I plant of the Tela railway company. cm II.Th excellent arnica and rr '
I (' Supreme mint nf Ilnoulii shirkwill |> '
Two of his children arc there yet, careful alU'nllnn we
Hit In MIINIOW. will I him- throebriinchi'H
'I in next year they will detail '
but February each In
gave ; r
I. ( III"11)) In fur <'rlmlnalen y,
tlui/ley all come to Starke and make their ... ,
s, onifor rill and the other acourt + lilting prt'lIcrillllulI" j.
''I rete. : : ,
< home here. '
of II PI'I.'II' I. [1"1'0" III lut also' p
< pt district court to try cnm'H of. local

Col. and :Mrs. J. E. Futch entertained Importance' iiinl '"peoiili-'t"' courts,

'i't ,dinner : with a boating party on the corii'Kpunillng, to \police iiiiiKlmruti'M

"i order, Kathleen last Monday evening! for will opemtP In em, 'li, UlliiKi1 and. city t

3: ., Ii I hi, on time.Stump their niece, Miss Beth Brownlee, who dlxrilrt' to try nthlorreuses./ I

I was visiting them hero. The party Stuchka .Is Chairman. I

vas first taken up the river beyondthe refer Ktiichba. Latish lawyer who rdek jN

"i North canal, and then down the ", lIlnl'.1 fume im th. hoMieil-rt dictatorof .
.' f"i his I river through Lake Mabel. A delicious F.ntvlulicn Itlitu uas In the hand,

: picnic lunch was served! on of the ('out unnista' Inns barn flit ntud<
'hulrniiin of the upii'miconrt." .
tit i .. Jl.: S. J hoard the boat. Those enjoying tho as '
111 That Is the real HP run ( a
Another,'r 1.(''', M Kurkln. will tx reason
:., and Mrs. l
Ih. Butler : pleasant evening were Mr.
,I OHMlslanr.. \ In the, (rriininiil civilend point with i t l rid to t our many nullsTied -
ith Mr. and Cheadle, Mr. and Mrs P. H. Thom appeal brunches however the supreme i'

: : son, :Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hall, Mr. ): court judges, ), are mostly men putroim we Nerve each month. t

.I"dlec' : R. A. : and Mrs. Charles Crim, Dr. D. E. who. nerved, In responsible\ pottltlona In : It is the high grade goods! u carry ,
i. ,, Carter Miss: Margaret Grant, MissMargaret the revolutionary tribunal, nil communists in all departnicnlH and t the excellent ;

.'' ny on Ewing, Miss Ruth Dye, tried and true Jacob\ Peters,
MTtice wp tnnkp it ii point to give
_____ : Miss: Helen Howard Jack rogue, wha h J"l!'i} t>l ",:I1\n"\ IJJ.trz: rjKix
all tlmcH
our customers nt
r'ir' the college Hamilton Hicks and Jimmy Hooker. .. d,
M' ;,.* |in dresses] -Ft. Lauderdale Sentinel.PKESIIYTERIAN. ...

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n here on Services "t the Presbyterian church

-'nr i :Mrs.' '. next Sunday Sumlfiv school in the at 10 morning o'clock.( only. Mitchell's Drug Store, Starke

M l .. Irma hospital Preaching services at 11 oVbck.) YIr I

'. here I IF I : t QCjlDlllIillmmCJIC t ClIIIIImCL'KImmm.WIDCDcnmroCDIIlII1CDCWI1CDCI\lI! \ ImmmmmJXlj) : ('W.> I1'I

services on Sunday will be of r

interesting nature, because of the
Currency : an Showing of
ty, are men who are to conduct the worship A Hartford Farm Policy
v-! ,md :Mrs. both morning and evening.( They =
the Bible covers NEW FALL MILLINERY :
f street will be present and speak to r
school at 9:4: :; a. m. :Mr. W. B.

: "ird 1 & Cahoon is acting chief of police In FodderThe 1 Coleman announce the arrival of nw Fall and

-:1\:' (' best there Jacksonville, and being a native of M
Wmtr-r pattern i.ili.' You are invited to we I them j! a
f"-' vat Grocery : Bradford county, there will be a desire o
September fish, 1923 10 a. m.
on the part of many to hear him feed for your cattle is included -

J fc., as a Christian
; L. L. relate his experiences in a Hartford farm Insur-
''.' .< guest : : :\ police official. THE MIRROR ,
Ml,' Flneren M. E., United ance policy.II .
;nd :MA. J. : :Mr. W. ,
Quality Millinery ,
States assistant engineer Is a capable ....... all farm hutldlnc*. hotMrhnlifffonda. 5. p

\11'< and l :Mrs. man at other things than his pro- .rU.. fraln.p.owl..n.!--. .,ru timr..1 l and pvrwirml. fod-.ff LAKE BLTLF.K. FLA.

nville, spent fession. He is said to be one of the Art all. kind. ol soak, I:4: .harntM i.d Moll.and Next Door Tomlmson-Maines Drug '" / ,
mil machinery.
!<-fc-sley lake best speakers in the club.11' limllar Impl.m.nla.qulpm.nt. ..het., hnru. eattlr. -
:Ii Hammell In a businessman "' 01... .h..p and h... ...ln.t .h. '
E. E. : ,
Limbaugh. : [ : "....... af tr.. ilahtnlnar.mad.. _, '*. "IOW1I111I maluru>IiII.IIUllU aia y
: everybody will like the moment clean and .tnd........ Yaa mmf also
kal!.lora In ..onMcliaaj .
\I", F. C. they look Into his face. This man not bar p..t.eti.n with the ...... liberal .a..r.f.. YOUR NEIGHBOR---HE KNOWS". j

\ only speaks, he la a singer also and
I ADVICE TO will be accompanied by his wife. Stop taking chances For over 35 year the E.. O. Painter F.rtili .r Company he. furnished Florida

I *.. ......Wlnaltl I The pastor, Dr. Bullen, writes that powers with fertilizer. Th. continued patronage cJ eiperienced grower give; 4 +
.w..'. waak lad he regrets not being/( present while J. R. Davis & Co. proof of MtUfactory reiult.

Tutt's this group of Billy Sunday Club COULD BETTIB FERTILIZER BK MAM WE: WOfD MAKB IT. .1 y +

members appear in the church. Agency EM.blmhed 1886 TV rite f.l N.. Fall Price List Jut In..... 4E.

of the church are requested STARKE. FLA. Jacksonville' Fli
I.ii. s.uYk eff. : The members 0. Pai.ter Fertilizer CrIUDAY. ,
.......... 'M to 'greet these visitor by I c

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x G PArE: six --
-- Rev. of Starke. the week-end with Miss\ Mrs. J. it!. Mott last
-- -' --- I by Crosby, Ga., spent wee.. .
the dairy
f WEEVIL HINTS:- G. DuPuis, who owns largest
SEWh'r.ln CORN Annie Howard of Dukes. Mr. and Mrs. ,
i Run.l"OtIU'II: : E herd in the county and who is saidto Perry i ";," "rs

t r rM1rafi '" NEW RIVER Misses Olga and Frankie Priester guests of her parents, Mr. iiI 'I
{r Neither Spin nor Toil, maintain the finest herd: in the n.
Friend;: of Little Schooling These! PcHtg of and Sidney Padgett attended church John Todd, Sunday.
a Mankind South. This week six carloads
Feed on
j and Keen But New River Aug. 31.-Mrs. L. M. Swift Creek Sunday.
Hut of :Much Intellect a dairy cattle were shipped into tlcounty ut

i, Appreciation of Right and of A.-C. Farmer) all dairymen reporting demands Hodges, of Mound City, Mo.\ who hoa Cleveland Johnson, of Jacksonville, IT DRIVES OCT: 1Voal1..

y. Worth-Whileness la Visited (By for milk beyond the sUJ>"i '. I been visiting her parents, Mr. and engineer in charge of construction of Tho surest sign: of worms \\I _

i wcevila cost us more D. W. has returned I to paleness, lack of interest! m .
\ Corn they All seem agreed that the dairy; campaigns Mrs. Kelly, the Seabttard Dredging' Co., buildingthe variable '
l nose, appetite-, I,
4 Johnson idea. Just n mil her home. pi : '.
? i (By Spuds ) than we have any conducted by the dairy association causeway across Tampa Bay to none and sudden starting: !! m ',.t .
lion dollars a year, that is their board :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hazen, of off here Saturday there '
t Visiting n friend not seen in many have produced these results St. Petersburg, pymptoma appear it i.-j i i .

pleasure a few days bill in this state. here. Brooker, were visitors here Sunday, morning to visit his father, J. White's Cream \'rmuulIc.: \ ...
r' was my drives out the ,
years worms and
l" "
afternoon.Mrs. |> i
As a result I feel that I'll be G. Johnson, Sr., and brother, Wm. ono on tho rain, to health ,
ago. satisfaction Every: time we Bety or use four : Frank Andrews was visiting Johnson and Jesse Johnson, Jr. Mr. nu. ,
happier and work with more "DuvaJ The I la the beever. 1 Crcnia Vermifuge: !has n n 'r"j,.| .
i bushels of corn, our weevils eat one pecan crop I Mrs. N. E. Roberts in Lake Butler Johnson has many friends here who years successful us<". PriceJSt: y
y, :from now on. it and we noth High blackjack, sandy land ; I
Liberty bushel. They eat say Saturday.Fred I All Drug Stores
in ; I
Fo.a few days I was over pems well adapted for this tree. Fifteen attendedthe were triad, to see him.Mrs. .
Green, of Pine Hill, .
county seeing old friends and ing. year old trees on this type i of W.' H. Barker, of Bulow, .. .. -- .- -
B. Y. P. U. here Sunday night. 011.% '.v. a .re' _'lp -
l' fishing. I did both, but it in my pur- land will yield 125:> pounds of nuts its! :Mrs. H. F. Priester this .
} Now I sell five bushels where I Crystal Wiggins motored to Lake VIs-I .
about tho visit CfPS1/ltaUtyalJl 'u<: 'II'' jrtfytci
tell only Mm. R. E. Comas and ear
hero to this certain farms.
tq ; )pogo I is formerly Bold four. However, I haveno year on Butler Saturday morning rtrhlntheblood." *i I KIn fee. t-t!tr
His name a
old friend. Louise and Dorothy Mae
B to this ono weevils; I've poisoned them with G. W. Andrews and T. B. Pinhol- Carmen, .....1i1. (:nvlnurailou en 1'lc. 110o
Wade Ajim, are visiting: her sister, Mrs. ,
Hampton deadly fumes; a murderer I've been. Suwannee-Farm dairying Is being ster motored to Lake Butler Sunday I --

I 1 !tamp lives in the backwoods but But may bank account is better olT. encouraged by the county agent and morning. II. F. Priester this week. >ZArDASD fOr) yDYLA PS.

ho does not think it Is tho center of many farmers are enthusiastic over Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Alderman, of I
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews,
although to my way of Melrose, motored here Monday and I
the universe, the being made. jJbTERSM1Th'S
How do I do it? Well, I build my progress and :Mrs. Jessie Cason and families,
that :
!' thinking it Is just as near to as spent the day with her sister, Mrs.
the soon T. B. Pinholster and Mann Andrews YY'
other place. Ilia nearest neighbor ribs tight, gather corn as CHIPS H. F. Priester. I, T oni C
I l any as it is dry, shuck it, store it in these motored to Sampson Lake Saturday
mile but his purebred Harold( Priester is spending 'his
it a away For 5 0
jh :, of liquid carbon afternoon. over
cribs place
I from the of tight pans his cousin Lau Malaria I
cattle keep him pangs\ in-Florida "" week in Melrose with it has been
I disulphide on top of the corn Every county! can grow Mrs\ G. W. Andrews and children, years
rie Alderman.Mrs. .
'l i I i loneliness ambition piles, close the doors tightly, go away strawberries.Dos Guy and Dorothy, were visitors t to is the household Chillsand
f Love for family, honesty, J. J.I! Jones, of !Micanopy, remedy for all

to he a rood farmer, respect for law for a day and multiply my bank account Breaker Sunday. visiting relatives and friends in Lake '
4 ( Hiller "The of F"
; says: greatest forms/< -
divine by a Frank Harrell of Pine Hill motored
and order, and devotion of thing Butler. She is a former teacher in
in the world
is a child and its
thin i
1 I ore virtues with him. When i ir it mother." here Sunday afternoon our school and Is held in the highest It is Reliable Fever
a ,
doubled walls
crib with
understanding of life and' Build the esteem.
comes to an I

f/ ', s things ho in hard to equal. Although and, floor. Place building paper between LAKE BUTLER Mrs Emmett Lee, of Jacksonville, General Invig- Dengue
a floors. Chink] Life is not measured by where you | orating Tr\-
overalls he does t it these walls and Mrs.
'; he wears course live but by where you're going. is the guest\ of her sister, -'

with a dignity that denotes a proud up the cracks in the corners. Pad, Uncle Ab. Lake Butler, Aug. 31.-Mr.\ and W. Jones and family. She Is J'I HIE }"LOIUD.S.oilf.IUl \1-

mnn. round. the doors and windows, Thcrib Mrs. S. M. Driggers and daughters, panied by her daughter.

I As I Rat with llamp on the steps of must be as nearly air-tight as The day of the strawberry as a luxury Misses Ruby and Mattie, were visitors Miss Thelma Blair visited Florida Sanitarium and If>
r his plain, but modern and well-equip \possible. seems to have passed, which I is to Jacksonville this week. ville a few days last week. Orlando, Fla. Medical, sursitai) ma-

,, ped home-a home where his wife well, for it Is an appetizing, healthful Mrs. S. R. Dukes and children, of Mrs. Horace Addison, of Jacksonville ternity, capacity 100 patients. E.IUIO-

find work a pleasure and not a Escaped fumes mean a less effective food. Savannah, were guests nf Ttr nrd is the guest of her parents, Mr. 1 ment modern, rest, diet, physic Jiricai

{ drudgery-and heard his simple, easy! job, less weevils killed, more of; Mrs. S. M. Driggers this wee(. and Mrs. Robinson, who live near therapeutics. Unexcelled the south
u? understand talk about farming and the corn eaten, less corn saved, a Mrs. G. ,.... Coleman and Miss Georgia here. east. "'-:!j.tt.NOTmNG .
to Experiments conducted in all I
;r folks and fishing; and hunting: I re smaller\ bank account. sec Epperson have returned from J. R. Terrell left Thursday morn-
tions of the that acid
::4'' I i nlized that the only difference between country prove Atlanta, Ga., where they have beento ing to visit relatives in Jacksonvilleand

) ) his theories of life and thingsami One ounce of the poison will do for phosphate or superphosphate, does purchase a supply of fall and winter New Berlin. He will return in I A
not produce acidity in soils throbbing
? ; those of the professors is that one bushel of corn. If you have a hats two weeks.

., his are fresher and come from a intimate crib that holds 400 bushels of corn, Seed for the garden or field should Messrs. R. F. Rivers, T. C. Chas- I oils headache? '

mingling with the things: that use .100\ ounces ((25 pounds) of the be tain and Dr. W. H. Lee went to Palestine FIVE MILE MENTHOLATUM
j disinfected before being planted in
to be profaned poison. The poison costs less than lake Thursday I
God has not permitted order to insure the resulting on a fishing trip ; -

r I by too much man. And then he lacks the corn. I crop' afternoon, having good catches. Five Mile, Aug.: 31.-Mr. and Mrs. 1 Quickly soothes it-
from diseases. Corrosive sublimate,
that air of I-know-it-all-ness. I A. L. Green, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. 0.Green .
or bichloride of mercury, is recommended Miss Lugenia Albreath, of Bush-
It seemed that fill we sat there In Do not permit lights of any kind :' for this purpose. nell, was the guest: this week of Mr. of Brooker, were called here I i

bitfriendlier. around the crib not even a pipe or' I to the bedside of Claude
the stillness! the stars were just a and Mrs. J. L. Delegal. Monday

r 1 \ And, maybe that was what cigarette.! Carbon disulphida gas! explodes : I Renfroe. I LIKE IT ON EARTH
SAMPSON CITY Mrs F. H. Cason, of Lake City, is
made me feel so close to God Almigh easily, sending corn, weevils T. D. and A. E. Proctor were the The new treatment for tom flesh, (cuts
visiting her mother, Mrs Jane Knight :
from the fountain of and crib Into "smithereens." guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle rounds, sores lacerations/ that la doing
as I drank '
ty i Sampson City, Aug.: 31Mrs. W. She was accompanied by her children such wonderful work in flesh healing u

r' lamp's I knowledge. II. Smith and little daughter, Docia, : Phyllis and F. II. Jr. I Sunday. the Borozono liquid and powder combination > .
his freedom This treatment should be applied Miss Norma Dekle ia this
spending Tho liorozoue
: Maybe it is because of treatment. liqwd u
spent Monday at Brooker, guests of' Mrs. F. B. Fincher, of Alachua, and
y' 1 from the world with all its highfaluting ; late in the summer. Don't put it off week in Lake Butler guest of her :.1 I powerful antiseptictnat punfioi the
her sister, Mrs. Lonnie Morgan. i daughter, Mrs. J. B. Robers, of Miami wound of all poisons and infectious gcrnuwhile
and nhort-com- The weevils' don't put their feedingoff. cousin Miss Proctor. "
and sins !! Ruby
i Messrs. W. J. Roberson and T. L. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. the BorozonexIwder; u the great!

ings/ -because of his close contact I Keep ahead of them. Williams, of Lochloosa, spent ths! E. Dell, this week. Oren Dekle spent Friday right/ and healer. There ia nothing like it on cantor

with nature and its purifying ways : Mrs. J. Johns of New River Saturday at Miller, guest of his cou- speed/, safety and efficiency. I'nre
week-end here with relatives. Lacy ,
I II (liquid) 30c 60o and $1.20.: Powder 30o
1 that hemp has such a wonderfully EXTRACTS FROM: REPORTS OF sins, J P. and Wilbur Rimes.
I i i Miss Addie Mae Raulerson of Lake was shopping in Lake Butler this and 60c. Sold!:; by
dear\ idea, of why things are.DISINFECT COUNTY AGENTS Mr. and Mrs. Purvia Mott, of Pa- ,
Butler few here last week.
spent a days
I All Drug Stores
latka visited his Mr. and
j' ---- week visiting friends.Messrs. Miss Iris Epperson, of Starke, was I parents,
BEFORE Santa Rosa Gave three budding I
,'' SKEO T. C. Thomas and T. V. the guest\ of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Pad
I IS ADVICE OF demonstrations this week, using sat '
Williams spent Monday in Gainesville gett and family this week. '
DISEASE EXPERTA and The county commissioners "
PLANT sumns pecans. on business. Mrs\ M. A. Fowler, of St. Petersburg II 1- L
have appropriated moneyto p
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Brown and is visiting her nephew, H. L..
stitch in time imvo nine, and send an exhibit to the state fair.
a Miss Ethel Varnes motored to Swift Fowler, and family. OO/ II
of reed to beplanted ;
this is just as true Creek Sunday and attended hurch. I Editor Matthews of the former Un
socks pants Putnam-Many of the best potatogrowers
is of ,
as it worn
Misses Edna and Juanita Smith ion County Blade, has changed the I
to be in East Palatka are becoming -
.i. 3 or skirts.! Seed are / ( and brother, Master J. B., arrived in name of his paper to the Home Seekers
-in the field or in the seedbed members of the potato growers I
town Wednesday from Tampa and !' News.
.should be of tho very best quality and association.St. 'I r
e are making their home with theirurandrnother Quite an enjoyable time was spent

free of disease.If Mrs. S. E. Jones. They last Thursday evening nt the cottage I
not known to be disease Johns-Tho county commissioners :
the seed are I II
have entered school here.R. of: Mr. and Mrs. John B. Crews *t
should be disinfectedin have provided funds for exhibiting I
free, they L. Gibson, of Gainesville, spent Silver Run, a pretty little stream I
order to destroy the .spores of the county grown! products at the ::1:
Sunday. here at the home of Mrs. Jo- running through town, the occasion
diseases that may ho present, accordIng south Florida fair.
sic Hall. being nn entertainment given by themto :

to G. F. Weber, assistant plantpathologist C. Smith has been isiting his cousin ; the Sunday school children of the'. jl
tho Florida experiment Marion Tho people of the Eureka
of -
; W. H. Smith. lie left Friday for Christian church. The children beera 7
have no means of transportation '
I station. Hawthorne where he will visit Mr. nto assemble about six o'clock and .
diseases are known except a long and very 'I'
:Many( serious and Mrs. R. II. Smith and other relatives. enjoyed themselves playing games on I Enroll ,
to be spread by meant of diseased rough road. The people are few and the Delicious refreshments
\ infected with the spores scattered! but they met Thursday to I
seed (
Dogan Nabb spent Friday at Loch- were served. Thursday evening being '
Many\ seedbeds have consider' means of helping themselves NOW
of the diseases. ;
loosn at the home of A. K. Smith. regular! prayer meeting evening/ I,
been destroyed! completely because They decided to attempt the orcnnl-,.
j Miss Lucile Moore is visiting her a great many attended services whichis
and the ration of stock to buy and'pernte
proper company
n 1
such seed were planted
: sinter Mrs. C. A. Johns nearby. A very impressive and
not taken. boat from Eureka on the
t precautions ( a Mrs. C. A. Worley and children, of instructive meeting: was held with W.II. '
Corrosive sublimate or bichlorideof Oklawaha river to Palatka. Starts\buTbword the Ownership>> of a
Gainesville, visited Mr. and Mrs. M. Osbome leader.

mercury Is a standard disinfectant Varnes Thursday.Mrs. Last Thursday a very pleasan time 'I'
of the best -
seed Dr. Weber says.It 'alton-'Ve have one
for vegetable Richardson and Mrs. Knabb I was spent under the large oaks atVnrthington
dissolving 1 part of food feed and forage crops raised
made by ,
i Is are ill at their homes. Their many Springs, the occasion :, P
1 corrosive sublimate In 1000 parts of here for several years; pea crop best :
friends wish them a speedy recovery. being the reunion of the Brown fam .
of orchards
water, or by dissolving 1 tablet ever. Located several home
ily. The ocin! was in honor of
in pint of water. this week.
this substance one I WATERMILL Mr. Jim Herndon uncle of Mr. J.
The following seed should be soaked and in a short time you will have a car of
L. Brown, and who Is a prminent cit-
in this disinfectant according to Wakulla-A fair Is assured for the Aug. your own. Then all "out-of-doors" will be
Watermill, 31.-:Misa Pearl rep of Plant City. The dinner was

r the time indicated: county. Green ia( visiting relatives in Lake 'spread under the shade of the trees yours to enjoy with your family.

Pepper Eggplant! ten, five minutes.minutes. Osceola-A survey-about St. Cloud Butler Mrs. section.O. W. Thomas and daughter and enjoyed the fifty-three it. present thoroughly ; Think of the comfort, the pleasure and

i I ,r a Tomato, five'minute.. shows that 200 acres at present have happiness which will be
Anna Belle, attended church at Swiftreek Mrs. J. M. Mann delightfully entertained yours.
this fall and
Watermelon ten minutes been listed for planting
+. t ; Sunday. Tuesday evening in honor
Cabbage, fifteen minutes. winter to strawberries, peppers, eggplants ( Buy your car under the terms of the)5rca&v
e Mrs. Ada Ennis and children, of of Miss Mary Thompson, of Savannah -
I truck FiftyGres
fifteen minutes. and other crops.
Cauliflower, tiled Avon Park, and mother, Mrs. Rachel who is villitinlMills; Clarice ;
( I Onion, fir teen minutes. near Kissimmee have Prevatt of! Graham and granddaughter' ..ong: Games and music and an Interesting I
After soaking the required time, while more are about to be.
s ; Rosetta Youngblood, were guest contest was enjoyed by all. I
from the -
the disinfectant I
drain of relatives here one day last week. Miss Frankie Priester won first prize
running water for take-Citrus fruit growers are
wash them in Mrs. E. M. Hazen and Mrs. R. A. and Aubrey Duncan the booby. :
changes of wa unusual attention to rust-
minutes in giving
1 ; or ; Weeks were visitors here Monday Delicious refreshments of cake i
S ter. Then spread out to dry before mite control, .seeming determined to

planting. Small seed may be easily have brighter fruit. from Brooker. and ice cream were served. For as little as $5, you can select the Ford
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Warren of
Those present were, Misses Mary
handled If first placed in a loose you want and place your order at once.We
Starke the week-end here with
spent! Thompson, Estelle Rosenberg, Christine
cheese cloth bag which can be securely Dude-Two hundred dairymen and will put this in a local bank for
relatives. While here they attended Townsend, Mildred Lee, of Jacksonville money you
help met
with their dairy
closed. families interest. Each week add little
services at Rock. Blanche Roberta Virgie -at you a
corrosive sublimate the regular meeting of the local
The tablets of drug store for association at the farm of J. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Carter and Thomas, Mildred Roberts, Olga and more. This also draws interest. Soon your
i be at
purchased any dairy
{ can Both the tablets and the disinfecting!, daughter, and sister, Miss Euci'eVarnca Frankie Priester, Willie Mae Johnson payments, plus the interest earned, makes II

Habitual Constipation cured and David Carter, of Jacksonville Connie Charlotte Savage "
Padgett! the
and own. Come ins! Let give
poisonous us
deadly your
solution are
In 14 to 31 Days the week-end herewith
spent Kate
Ruby and Mattie Driggera,
F! should be handled with care. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially. relatives. Epperson, Annie Howard, Clarice I you full particulars about this new plan.
for Habitua'Constipation. :
prepared SyrupTonic-Laxalve. It relieves ;promptly but Mrs. J. F. Turner was a visitor to Long, Margaret Dekle, Messrs. Ras
To Cure a Cold In One Day I should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days Alachua Monday. per, Aubrey and Eldred Duncan, Sidney

iw R Taket-AXAT1VCPROMO anil Hiit QUININE i li <* Works(Tablet.off):*>< Induce regular action. It Stimulates andRe Little :Myogen Turner is iH this Padgett, W. T. Chestnut, Jr., Leroy -

:j Nl>a IU l'r'.W: OKOV E.f iitu tiu:: Ul bUL Sk lulates. Very Pleasant to Takj.+ tiOcott week. Mizelle, Leman Rivers, Marcus

buttle. Services are being held this week Howard, Malcolm Long, Winifred J. W. ANDREWS, JR. ;

Loadholtz, John Townsend Hal Mal- Authorized Dealer

HOW'S TillS? nea and Howard Mann. LINCOLN FORD FORDSOS '
GENERAL HALL'S C..1'ARRIIfEDJCIN1i: ) willdo At a late hour the guests departed, STARKE FLORIDA .

what w. claim' for tt.rU! :your! .y tem declaring they had enjoyed the eve
.4 INMAN & BITCH of Catarrh.r Catarrh or Iearnv.s ...... by ning.

I HALL'S CATARRH MEDPCINE' con- :Mr. and Mrs. Gillen Sloan, Misses
FIRE. LIFE BONDS of an Ointment which QuicklyXteUttvaa
the catarrhal Inflammation antis Aanle Howard and Pearl Brown, of

i Located in building. of. E. A. Strout Farm Afcncy. Office apes 14. th act* Internal tkrouKh. M the.dlcln Blood l ., a on Tonic the ,Mucous which Dufees attended church here Sunday.

4, I Hoar Every Day. Surface condition*, thus laUng to r.aore normal Miss\ Annie Bell. Peeplx spent the "

FLORIDA Mold' by ilruxglnu for over 40 Tear. woek-end with Miss Virgin Thomas.

STARKE, F. J. Cheney A. Co., Toledo O. Mita Mary Thompson. of Savannah

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..EK \10I I ES- ETTER TIMES ducers that this Paramount Week T urday. was visitor here! Thursday. I JuneS; 1: to bal due ......._... .... .:*I52P.67 t CU-rtt Circuit, Court. Bradford CmuntFI.. 4I -'
I | F. will be more successful than other -I Mr. Uy amt collected. ---.................2130.41 I I Slur I By C. A. KNUJUT. t.
any and Mrs. M. L. Harrell were II. C. Wimberly and H. C. Vlmberly. -II I (

!" l'-tures' cnn and will held before. The purpose of each in Uuiford Saturday and Sunday. I Jr., left Tuesday on a business July 1, 'to bal due ..........._.......1398.65: .10.blO.7 DoniHy-) Clurk.- .1 .

!inproved style is the annual Paramount Week is to focus: S. C. and C. A. Andyou/ and N. G. trip to Houston Texas. June. I.Outstanding to bnl due Indebtedness..............Fund....2205.41 Tho board NOTICE) of botH TO trunttwri DIDDERS of tho town of .

>. mwg from Adolph Zu- tho attention of tho public on the advances Hayes were in LaCrosse Sunday Uy amt collected ._.__-..._____.18\1.2d:\ Slnrkr. Florid will itx-i-iv bldt. on the 10th .
evoj 5
'! il" of S0.t.
y | nilM>r lttj.1.\ : for contracta. for
rl IIf, the Famous Players made during the year in motion nlng. !MUSTEK'S SALE July 1. to bal duo ______________.___.. 874.18Ceanly )'cnI'll' .""llly of Foul l oil\ for the two 100 hp a : .
Notice ,m hi-rckty given thnt under and by School Internal coinbuaUctn antrlm-a to 1 I'. 'Imitatled .
nition.. which produces picture art and to show that j Miss Lucile Ilarrcll was in Brook- vlrtuo of hOI certain ,tlnul decree of foreclosure June 1. to bal due ___-.--_._.___._.8 21.'S nt tin.ll..)hl un.l water plant. Blddrva to fur. ;.'1 I
I 1 and which thin during the coming season the theatres Sunday.Mr. fluid. nnd rrmlrrpd on thu JTth dny Uy amt collated. ......_____...__....53 5.06 iitnh all """'"'nry inrormntiim "yadlnl the ;, t
: I'i of August. .0. |I'. ii.j.i.; by Honorable A. V. nil on which bid Im mad 0 ..
',1 i i i !ting its Sixth Annual playing tho better type of pictures 11'1' and :Mrs. J. Brown I-onir. jiulMor i hieiiTiilt court In and for .Inly 1. to bal duo -----------.___...8400.68 J' T. QUIGCLhm ,
will and daughters Bradford count" ) Klurida, In that certaincatme County Polls C. A, FUTCII. .". "; S
\\.k., warrant the patronage of. passed( through here enroute to hi.ulii. I.. C. I'pw.11!l la cotnplaulHnt, June 1. to bal% due ______-j__.__. S02.00 l'I'rk.l H-tO-Bt-y-7
their public. i and T. J. Moon. scud Ollie ;Muorthis wife I[ Uy amt collected .................... uil.Otf) --'-- :
t ,! IIn the prepress! of the | Drooker Sunday are d.r""lnll"" the ulldurohm,111t, oircr for -S.2sOTI'K

mlustry, :Mr. Zukor "And only tho consistent cooperation -I Mr. and :Mrs.: Ellery Thomas of sale and will ncll for ciuh to the .liuthest) ...ndlI..t July 1 I. to bal duo ......__.......... 112.00 .. la hrrvbr uiwii 10 all ,
bidiliT Tstsl
In front of duo courthouse lunr Sun School t't'N..H. .
t'ivwteI! In Ito ,, \Vht."h..a" '. .
niher things that not of the motion picture going Brooker' passed through here en- In Sturkt1. Itrndford county, Klorlun, on Mondny June 1, to bal due __--___--.___.-..2270,25 ...,.. of llrnilford nt.i .. f L."r.. -
/, thu Ii,,,. dny of October A. LI. 1I12a.: durinir Uy auto collected __-.____--__.......I071.H1 Whlteh.I., I lorldn. llmt I. ,
,,. tnrM< he required to public hag made this advance possi- II route to Worthington Sunday. the li Kill hours, of ...In. for the Iturponoof Rfhyoca... ,.. Kunico: W .,.,'.IIRI. of C..I i Whl., .\

\'ta even more in the ble. Your future support is assured Little Junnita Andreu was on the ili'scrlbnl.nnnfjhiu"lonl end,estate llnnl in divree U rail the ford followlnv county July 1, to hal' 'Suli duo! School.....__Honda_.___....... 608.30 Aumii-t, <.:31.itpuly A. D.to 1828.the at to minor oWk \\1 the S
"' of their roles if that when you witness what this 'Better sick list last week. tlorldn. to.wit., : Juno 1. to hal due ..-.-.....__.___.2010,1'mor.nl county Judito of ItiadTor., It. A. irorn., t S
also will be giv- Movie Sea on' has in store for "Tho Nnrthraat Quarter of tho SouthinutQuarter Uy amt I collected ..........._____... HOI.:7 lit DIP, rour-houae, In "'nrk. for F'lurd..I.r ,
hut they you. tho East Half of l-ot Three to aril nt > anlo a
lor (la.1)of ) all rluht, title
ini | : (5)) South. Rantro till ) Kant Tax head minor( of
Twenty-ono ( con- lone tho aald' Inure
,if their own stories. I THE EDITOR EXPLAINS tuinintc 1)i>rty ucntt, moro: or leas, Juno I. to bal "_ __ ___.........1570J lM'ii.1, diT.. ', and to tho ( .
A. Z. ADKIN8.Special Uy amt collected ................___ l ) i l ,' ) I..lowh' u num.m"v.
.. said :Mr.: Zu- :, RlrrVlaSSi1: : : Iyln. l""JtoP ,
'II' tar, I highland Aug. 31.- G. II.: BarkerS MiiKU In Chancery.A. : .
ii-iiridi of admirers.iu S. CREWS. July 1 I. to Lul due ..........____._A2IM.07 I All of l..tm! 7 uiid I 8. Illook two Town of :J 1 !
'h J
Embarrassed by the contumelycast and II. \VlmberIy, Jr.,' motored toi SollciU'i,' for Complnlnnnt 8-81-61-0-28 (a. W. ALDKUMVN. Iln1".< l'ls'lh.' aim. all of Lot 2.. Ka t

.\, .> enjoy some partie- him i Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. Clerk Circuit, t'ura I ) I-liukm, lino weal one of Lot i.
upon for appearing in public FINANCIAL\ STATjni-Nl CTJUNTT SCHOOL (Scalf By C. .\. 4,1.' hnat:, l,,\vt<.y: b' ". al. the.1 Eau.t llnlf. > '
ii'' their favorites! write during the months of cummer II. C. Wimberly left Wednesday 'UNIlII Deputy: Clerk. I ,.r 8<,i.utli, ) I,ant Quarter of NorthwMt. <)u. : f" .
I t.r, Hi*. -.I, n ft, .
send them.ttulnting 1" KIUH..I jj Knot, .
,tti ,is and even without a coat, the editor( of tho De- S for Lovett for a few days' visit Cou.ty superintuiidonrs. nnantlal, alatemont. HILLS IM11) UY 8<-IIHI.( HO A III) Jo( "... more. or h_. cnl.lllni .'

'. them on their I with relatives. of county schuo) funds for the month of H K __._ IIKRKCCWIIITKIIBAD.. 1 S
Land News uses one column to explain I Juiy 11)2:1.) : l.aKervn'n aurveyiiiK. 8.00llradford ) I Runrdlan of un.l Kunlro, ';
___. C.I ml-
Co Tvleuiaph WI"II.
rh seem to realize, also how he made a resolution to I G. W. Anderson of Lawtey and General School Fund 'Jh. '..".. Co. suiilios| 1.ntln\.?n_ _____ 1.11 1",11 "P"*._ 8.S.0tK.81 14oTlCI7 t I _
little time I' rtnlnnce July I. 1112.1\ ..-1027.57 ___ '
'i" has or no II. hlcklilir board service
star B. of
i appear upon the street, in his office Bennett Jacksonville were Id'iH'lDU ,iliulnit montli .i'ccc.cc A A Huzcn do _u______ _u______ H.OIII 4.21) OF API'II"AION--T )E-m ;I .

'J' these communications and and at social functions in what is business visitors here Wednesday.Oscar \\ nvrnnts l nui'il -11211.17 J'ynn di. ______.___ ___ _______ o.40H I UI.1
I Kiiluncu AUK,, I I. I HUM: .' ISOhiletricI
I .. _. .E
ItiKKina supt I lAiliioH ) :nT1JRTI
.i.it look for or expect reatified vulgarly known as "shirt sleeves." Purvis of Plant City spent No. I WlirKlna. lucid saluiy_ ______ __ 2560 I i 1..10* .,11(11'ct' 'Ic .' ( H. T. rarn..1 p .

.. that they have Ilnlanco July 1, 1923 -._.. 91.89 I Co llailk inlenvt n.__ 1".0 I. Runfror.. purrhnarra of t. !
Sunday here of his Mrs 1 .
guest sister ,
lie 201,7
i had viewed in the past where the Kocelpt n.lminK" mimtli -... 4.11 Ird..1. ___ _.n__. r.H.1ll:) 'r.ttloRI' 1.11..1 rwimMlvoly 14$. 1611.) ) .
their, views! to the artist. women bo- 'I W. G. Crews. Warrants. iHHued ---..._ .......*...... 8,00 C T lanhorn.. ,'pol.) I hn. __ 125.00 I!' !117 i1"1. 'Ill",, U"UI 1 I.y th. tat collator for .,. .
wore nothingpermanent I
Ilnlanco Auir, I. *lll'ja\ ._ DU.00 1..hh.1 IrRdr..1! ''' 'l'l"rlll, ni.l rnrtillrato. No. S
do __ __. _______ 110.00
Thom- ,
'kc, Gloria Swanson low the knee, as the hoisery' was always -I Mrs. W. J. Hnrdoo and children ofI District No. I 1,1..t: WIII\I'( ( do u_.___ _______ ((10,00 I .Hln) bclnii Nil. (Ifl.t, I Jln"( 7,, 1 IH07. ,nnl aaid certlll-I I It "
i Jack Holt Bebe Daniels I Gainesville! are here visiting her fa- nnlnnco Jn'y: I, 1'iJ.S ...-... I860 I4o.( M..U..I.r dt .__ ______ 8(1.0(1( ') pal,, cortillruli., liilhu o.I.t) | .1| ,"(ly I. IHIM. lin.l <,
roJlinhe! ; had seen them gradually ItpcelpU utn i IIIK uumth -_- 7.11 Mlldrod, 1'Hul do __. ______ ___ N. b.lna ..( Jlly : ;'I I I
\i \ ,' \\Valter Iliers William disclose their thor F. M. Crews. \Variiult iiiHUud -. ......,......__. D.IIO,' Kunda, u 31.01 until) ), nlo unlit cvrtlH.-nlu nil 1.IRI "' : '3 J
which modesty )-
ears 11.lrld July 7. 402< Iii., I'
.._ tub .M lit
Uillnncu A" I IHM ._ ) 11.01
1. 20.70
I T C KUiwarl ________. 3.8S o"I'UA"RI' I 1
i i. I L'' ,I'-rler' Joy .Madge KonNpffri : had rti'crpcd! should remain hidden Mr.[ and :Mrs.:\ Nathan Starling District No. :S J \V Mumiin Itooke -).r.. ___u_._____ 11.41J oltico til lamiu and In hu .( I.r %. dMda j ,

; and others of the from public had spent the week-end with relative! at Knlanca July 1923 .....-.- 681.41 I Ouilim tcachlnic. _________... HA.tHlT .. )) ( .,.* rt.h'rce acrurilnnrw ll\rly)" with vml.rnre Inw.I hn Tim follow.sail I 1'
froze; .rUI.RI.
surveyed ,
KcceliiU ilin-ln, month' -...___. 7H,82 I riuhnlaUir di -------5)0,0(4( Iu In ,
with their lorldn.
.. '11)old. along from tho equator costumes expand S, Lawtey. Warrants iKsucd' _.-. 470.81Kulanco ) A 1 Sui'rcncy h.hlnl 01..1, _____. tf.OO iimi'il 11. I tho, ,Ir..1(h O..Ily.., ,, .
'IJ't, tors like Cecil B. De- I Sheriff Weeks of Green Cove was Aug. 1, Lull,) 1211.41: I I Jaa. )Keynoldii ________.____.. 2.00' : : I:lit: :,' nami-a miMHvi.y unnoo]' | | ,of hereinaftnr auchci'milrntca r 1\\!
more southern latitude while District' No. 4nalanco L Hairy. iviiaira' _____ ____ 2,8ftr .
ti Awan James' Cruze, Goo.M the northern latitudes shrunk with n business! visitor here Monday\ after July I. 11123 U3a8 I /.1"1. lucid, ___ -_..____ 0.0(1llnuk ( (' imrliculiirly No. OH set finbrncea forth towlttrrtlllruto Lola I I. 8 and S
KvccipUi iluiiiikr, 'luimth :II.Oi Ilnrko Interest 10.14 B. ilk II town of Now '
\ t .' Sam Wood and other Para- J *Innuranco ______ II'u" aweaaud S
astonishing frankness and he could \Vnrranls. iNHiu __ 101Knliincu ''' I lR.1 o 11A.OO unknown.LVrllllcinle.
.ii ,'tors;,' have special score- see no harm in doffing! his coat an,1! | noon.Misses Beth Wimberly and Ethel AUK. 1.District H'J'I' -No. I 144.01 I", .. I Co Kuril Hank ii II Intert. _._t_.._______.__.__'__._ IMD.OOHradrord 20.IVOIlindfonl ) 0 In town of rfrt. l lEt: Itlvur,'nI.rncr. Iota 3, 4, Hilt '

',,,1 kc care of their daily mass keeping it doffed. Ricks were shopping in Jacksonville llnlance July I I. lujd 209.20 Co: Hank d.. n_.__-..... 4.41 rVrtillrntK, No.No.107 rnihrnrpa, naaiMseU Lola Unknown.) 7. ".
KiHrelpta durlnir munth ... .u' K W Hayes refund tnxpa ___--._ ll.Utf n In f New
Ilk town <> liivor aam-anvd I. M.
\nd it i is front this great lie felt all the more justified in remaining Monday.Mrs.! \SnrianUi iHHiii'd _._--_.-.-...-_ fl.IHtlnlanco ( 10: W Hnyes( OPI tux oolhiotor ___--. 3.01: Ilarnnifo., S
mttprs that we are able to : IT. Wimberly and Miss Win- ) Aiur., 1. 1 1112:1: __ ____ 2011.85 ItY: Hnyes ... _.____ .__.__u__ U.H.lM Ci-rllllcnl',. No. DO vniliiiii, Let 0, l 0. S
contless he noted that m: __ _._ ._ __ Ilk
Dlatrlct No. S I Knyi" a; !.1"1I. In town .of Ni'W HKi-r. HLP. 23, '
-inirer on the pulse of pub- women were baring their arms to the ifred Wimberly arrived home Sunday Pnliinco July 1. I'lid( ....._......... 821.4! 1 I.: I Hnyes refund .luxes ___ ____u_ l.lft 20 Kant, aaaiwaod Unknown. 11"| 8. I. R. :
Iti...ellits ,hlt'II Ilt, month ..._._ nil HiWnrrnntH oI) i I': Iliiym 0.. collector .__ 221M Unli'aa anld. ncrtlllcntra be
Madison ri'dri'inrincrnrdlnir
n in order to find out that public gaze and! even running,: a gap I from a visit with relatives nt ii-nucd .-.- 8(13.25( m: W Hnyi'S do __o _____ u _. 1.11'1) Inw t h," ,l '..1.hOI |lrre.
imt particular type of pic- I i and Lovett. They wero accompanied llaliinco AUK, 1. IW2.I ...- BU0.7J K: W Hnyca do ......__ .. ._ Jl.fll on on tho 3rd. dny. nf Saptcimbur. I..u.A. B. 10J1.Wltnma .
from where the armholes used to be __ .
Dlnlrlrt Ne. 7 K W Hnyes du _.-__ .. 2.IH ( nlTirlul nli ., '
:. not popular. right down to the surcingle. That ; \ homo by Mrs.\ W. R. Wimber Itiilanco .. ,IIlv 1. 1II2U _......._ 182.20 I J! W Hny. du __ _. _. --. 1,8 the tIlt tIny my of Auuiot.5.. <...I Ii.luro*ini1 nnd! 'ul tlda 4 5
__ .__ __ ___
Ki'ceiola diiiinK month u2Wiirriintu i: W HOY, dn ._ ___._ (]. W. 5 5
84. '
11-. ,'i:3ti: realize that it Is im- editor inferred) that if women and I'Iy for a short stay.J. l.'ui.d --.--._._ 3,oOUulunco N) W liny.. do _____ ___.__ _._ 2.HI Clorlt Circuit Court (Ilindrnnl Al.linilMVN) Cminty, Fla. I .1
W. Brundix of Jacksonville Aim. I I. 1HS1\ : 2211: .a 1 1Dl.trlct : W Hnyes du _____--._____.____ a.til) (Rial) Ily C. A. h
> <"> please each and every Into girls could do that to prevent the I N.-S J: W llnyus .1.. _____h. __ n.___. XII 81Ml.l. KNIIAI. ,
K: W m ll.ii." du _.__ _. ___._______ .| l (' k. I I
(In pictures the same as inroads of warm days upon "the skin)( Pnlanco July 1. 1U2B\ ......_..__... B8.HfHiHieliits S
'mI.flt1)l'J )(IlClI1I ICI) C'QI i: W Hnyes rlo ____ _ K.7R
) diitlntr, munth .............. S.tit' - S
"or of clothing or food. All love to touch" under no circumstances -, Warrants 1..1. :SOIlluliini'O ) J W llnyea du ______________ :II,IIHI NOTICK TO (.o'rR.TUL'! j S
you COFFINS & CASKETS t --u---r------------ ___ __ MitiiO hula) will I f .. '
W do b
) AUK., 1 1. IHJ.I: (02.H8lilatrirt I N! Hayes hn :3.8.! I 1.,1 )/ the Ilnnrdof ) 'S :
i -iU', for some different thing could aught be said : NI.. tConHiilldnliil I K: W llnyea, ,h, __ ,__ -. .__ l.'WK ) Hon.I' TriiMtcea of Urndford. CUllnlv.10") i.
: : U do .. . 32 I II,". at the oiTlcn nf tho aitcretiiry nf hoard S
aids us in the selection of against his choice of costume. Alas! And a Full Una of ,I ilh No, IXDistrict llnyea S S > tho: ,
I K: W llnyea, refund taxes __ 0.10( I fit) Hlnrku, HnHiln. until 1) o'clock, p. m. of S
ih'i'h wi plcturize according |\ he was doomed) to be disappointed. nderlctcr' Svfflic No. 10 K \V Hnyos do -. --- --. 1 IHK 'pU'ml.er 4. Ila nml) nt that tin,, puhllclvop. ',
Knlnnco July t. 1923 -._ 1(1121( i: \\ lln: >-es do -. --:: : -:- I 1154Hiime.i l .n,. l, for I follow in.ir lli>,ma. on State
,"nnrit\ demand hoping that i, Chagrin and mortification wrre felt -- H, e.its( duiiim, month 1 10'1W.rrnllle Hdw Co.: )pump _. .. aUI( I Kond( ... 1.1:i 'In Itrailfnrd county, : ,
AUTOMOBILE HEARSE (1..1,, .! -_.- n. __ fl.OIIliilnnce K: Hnyi, the I
nethod we are to 'please when he was given the once over by \ Aim, I I. 1\123\ 1(11( .82District i: I llnyea di. ____.. I II) .1.1 I ""w"'y, I llrlitri, ( .n I nwtcy' (.n I lllnlilan.! A p.
i r ,mbpr of patrons in particirl women who had on far less clothinir Always on hanii. The best service ( No. II pmnlnintff, lotitfth 12 mih*. ; ( I
at the lowest price Special Romance July,' 1. 1U2.1 _._..... 8211\ HAItrceliita : KOH Fl KCTION: TO CONgOLI- I Aipr .xlniHtcly! 1 IHO eublo yanln Clam "A'S
,.,irl! ; in general. thun he was wearing; and who afterward durinK( tnonih _._ .1:10:\ 1''rTI' KOIIMH concrete fur ktrtiottii'r) *, 4
I attention to telegraph or- H We. Iho underNlKnL 111)rlC'rl of i Amiroxtmntuly, lAOiio( potinil, rolnfureln.f '
M ,.;,'turlls are still in their turned aside to smile. II Embalmrr.DeWirTcTjONES Warrants IKKIHMI _. 3.00 i Drooklyn. still school! : district.in'titlnn:! : the lionornhlo ate. j
rm. Registered llnlnncv ..._ \ ,mlDistrict .) 1
AUK I. 1H1M\ 329 (
Fourtmtah ttutlnH
cumplut with .
The ire is seriously contemplating I"Rrd of )l.orneU.n urantan I eovvr.ApproMininttHy
This l it positively true. now
No 12
n eti'ctiun to .M.r.h.., or n..t a(Oil llni'itl f.ot concrete pip
i MI\ >f pictures is just commenc- one of those gowns with see-moreup- : U Unions. July I. 11121 367.71 llrnoldyn sub school. diatliot. shnll bo conaolUhlled IH InuliPN In diameter. 't 3t'
Receipt duiInK( month--------------- 2.HiWarrants / auh, nchool 7UU llni-nl eonorvt 4'
Vi WIT" methods of lighting, of per section and see-less lower pOI'tionsl.'laiminlt' ).,uI -. 3,00 "llI 1h..R It)41.1'. dl.lrlot I 21 I ArI..IIRI.ly. .,. tOt pip

be he has the same STARKE FLA ;.J Balance AUK 1. IIIJI: _. 807.0H JOH'I'I 1 \ : JillUO Iliivnl foot 1r.nt.l| tr*.- .,
of will .J 1. 1'1
itraphv and !settings
District) No. IS I: H-I7-1II-H-III) I ) tl I., I,I IM..
"iH, .' 'n the new Paramount pici right to assume female attires as the I 3('nWITmIH'Rtttl1l1hClJIOOmrmmntmW' ) Rnlnnca July 1. 1II2II: -....... 3(12( ,01 litNI AI.I..hnnl.ly| | I M. K. U. M. Ire.UjKtriioturnt
fOci.h| durlnir( ( monlh 2,711 titulii'r., '
i Many of these newer films women have to hook on to nil the I Warrants hailed, _. 801llalance )) Norici: TO "DKIITOKH ANI rIIKDI'roits l it M. F. H. unlreal.d.trlul.r I
I To Stop a Cough Quick A'lilt. 1. 11121: .. .. 3(11.711( All pumona Inilfbtud, to ....nl. of Cola AI'I..ohl'\'ly, .-?. !
')1..V. ready for release and it Is InnI'on I habiliments of mere male men- District No 14 Tan.rl late of llrndrord, countyFlorida. H" C If.tin it and urublilnir, r'l-
in them take HAYES HEALING HONEY. a ttnlanco July 1. 1U2\ ... 1702"t lulnw.r', wIll ta furl) lou mid drntnHiru .
of this that mark such shirts breeches with pockets' ;: i to lb.A
we .Irlou.
.. ,, ,. Ilaok.
with, aaalnsaald
cough medicine which stops the cough by >c<>l|>ta durlnir month 1.2.1 rcI.1 eotiniy line. ) II.I
".i ,mrement as an epoch-making I puttees and the whole business.- i healing the inflamed and irritated tissues. Warrant (nailed _' .- :fl.ol estate shall) Ill,, 11. ailthenllcaled mile h..hl., I'nllh
i Ilalanei- AUK 1. l'!>2,) I"H.6( with the Ind.rl..nu,1 .", ) ') ret,,? Al'lIrUlIlInMtM'iy' 4tO acre .. ami '
,"t, W> are Inaugurating a 'Bet- Palatka Daily Times. A box of GROVES O-PEN-TRATE Dlalriet N. KHnlnncn within two years fromIIIIIIII.0 14, *I02U, or llnir.. cluarlntc Iru'. I

\I.A IC Campaign," which started I SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and July 1. 1029 18A.07 I they will be foreter novo barred W. A"I.r.lmR"I6RU09" | ( otiblo ynnt. ...)..
Receipts durlnir month 4.A'I 10L.OWAV. ,
\ .if J7th::! all over the entire world. HOW SHOCKING Croup is enclosed with every bottle ofHAYES' Warrants laaued _- -_ H.00 Admlnl..lr.ln F.cal. Cora Hnl..wR". ..c..U.n.A.prolna.iy| | ) : 240 euhlo ynrtU alaji "A" ,
HEALING HONEY. The salve Balnnci' A,,". I. 11123\( : _._ (KW.Illl d..e.! ., 1-1-lt-IO.1 ...no.l. for atruoturm.Anproximiitwly S .
r hut another step in the prog- 1 should be rubbed on the chest and throat' Dlatrirt Ne. II -- : UOUUO .ountU. .,. lnfoivln,. ,

'. ) it is but Moved doubtless by the highest of children from Cold Croup nalanciJuly 1. 1023 11407 FOR KLF.CTION TO CONHOI.I- alp,'I. S
\VP are making( yet a suffering a or
1 j K.'Celi>t* ilurlnar month ____..-_. ._. -II.gjWnrrunta PETITI' HCIIOOL .'1.. catch hrmlna compli t.. with cove,.
'mall tep in the progress we IntendS I humane consideration the last Legislature -], The healing cffnct of Havel' Healing Honry In- I issui'd ._ 110(1) UA'J mlrHITI I ApprnnimaU'ly 1BO) lint-al feet pip
S abolished banging in Florida I I flltle the throat cnmbloml with the healing effect of llalnnci. Au... I I. 1 11129 ... 117.1U( We* the un"'IR.4' qualined. .I.\n olTherfssn 12 InrhHii In diameter.Apprtixlmalvly .on.rul 4 -
Crave'. O-Peo-Trata Salve. through Ibo ol .ub-.ho.1 rIo). iwIll honorable
porn nintrirt No. 17 2UO linval feet oonor t. pip. ,c
\\'c all] can look back on the (day I and ordered( the substitution of the I the skin aooo stops a cmuth. n..lance July 1. 1023 U U board to determine of publlo. In.trlcU..n. .or to not iirant Therws... 18 .ncht. In diamutvr.Aiirnxlmatvly' ,
.. Both ramedles are parked la oo.carton and the Rt'ci'lpls durlnir. month ------------5.1): 1 ,I IWarrnnts .Ie.lon | | D400 llnoal font treatedIrretle
'h 'mellerdrnma,' when the camS electric chair for the gallows the coat of the combined treatment U 35o. hvcuI ._.- 800llHlanci. )) Brooklyn. sub school .1.trl.1II shallconsolidate. pltMi. I

S > ,auirht nothing more excitinghan trap and noose. I _Just ask your druggist for HAYES'IHKALING AUK. 1.Dlatrlrt IflJI .Ne.' It 1461* C. I-. OII.YARDW. turn AI."n.lm.lo73|! tlmhtr.Ai M. F. II. M. trvalttd .true*

a moving locomotive. That Is In their zeal to wipe out the stigma i HONEY. Balance July 1. 1UJI: 143.74 W.M. KKOWN >|iroxiniat<.I ly I M. F. D. M. untreatedalriiftural
1. MOOII tfmlmr.
hutorv now and with the present day of the hangman however the (celpta durlnir month .'_ 2010 W. All work! I., l Sn;. don In aeaorilnno with l
A TONIC Warrants. Isawd 8"l" I'. If. NEAI the plaiiH. and attached, iuetructlom, uvnvralIirfivlnloti
'"'amern which is constructed to pho- )legislators, in decreeing electrocution HiilnncAuu.) 1. 1023 -..... 18(1.81( MARK CHANDLER .. vptfclnl, provlaiuna, apaoincatlon* .44
in Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic tm'.ort* AiiKUat, I. 102:1.:) J, K. I'IIII.LII'8
the method of execution and pmp'Wfil ami eon tract.
''iirrnph anything matter what it as ,
no Energy and Vitality by Purifying and AT TP1 OP Fr.OHIIlA) V. IIAI A rrrtKlinl ohm).. nr a. t hl.I.ler. bond eieeout-
ma\ be, our step In advancement is the state\ forgot to provide funds for CXIUNTV OP BRADrOni 8, It. IWINI.L. S-7-31-8-31 *d I nn tha aitnchfd form In thu mitn of "Olf
housing 1: Enriching the Blood. When you foul its I hereby certify: that the foreKolnir .t.... ami inmli, imyHbl to K.: H. Mutth.wi. .
"nrh f-hown in just that one in- either the chair itself its how ment s>f the receipts and disbursements of NOTICK OF HCIIOOI. Elt.CHOV: man. b"Rr.I., b md triwt... of llradforcleoiitity IL ..
-tnnop The that used to be'' its installation or equiment, and also strengthening invigorating effect see the arhoot funds, of llradford County: for tho The board of public. Instruction of Bradford )- FlorIda| muat, accompany. each pro ,. ,
scenes I 1 it brings color to the cheeks and how month. of July 102I.:\ la true .n.I correct" county hereby calla ehtctlons to be IolIat poaal.
IB .n years by would have no failed to designate where it shouldbe 'Iheresaa schmil buiblliiK for Thenwsn; djs- I'lana and uriMilflcatlona are on fll. and
gone I it improves the appetite. you will then to the beat of my knowledKe. and belief rut arid nt ,llroiiklyn school:: liulldlilK l fur may hn tNumln, at tlm, uiTIm' of tha countytmiflnnvr :
ilacp, in the motion picture of today located. tonic value. II. n WIGGINS.Counl. U."klyn district to determine whi-tlisr or *nd) mny be. ..,curvil, ) on pUciitlun I
mlesi for The location in the mind of those appreciate true Superintendent.FINANCIAL nut the two districts' shall coiniolldale, to elect for th" amn of Flv. Dollan) .
the of showing
purpose Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply three trustees antl) determine tho amount olmlllaite Thu rfiiht la reserved to reject any or all'
the bill was undoubtedlythe to. bo n..d. $alI' elictlons to behebl .
-'me particular of who passed bill
scene a past per- Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So STATEMENT: ? COUNTY ) ) Saturday. l.pt 15. 1U23. K. S. MATTIIRWfl. ,
od State Prison Farm. But there For the f hulhi. eel,! eli tlon at
: pleasant even children like it. The blood FUNDS II.r"| flu C. A. FUTCII. -

"And so we move on and on, stop. U no building at the farm to accommodate needs QUININE to Purify it an
hag whore no one can tell. The the intrument of death-and) Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs an? County for the month of July 1023 : the purpose of holdinK election\ at NOTICE HIIKKIPF'H MASK
General Fane Brooklyn.I .1. 1 11n.Iuett., Juaenh iII. and) J, ni
Notice I. .. : ivn that inler and by: -
paramount pictures that you see nowr the bill carried no appropriation for Grip germs by Its Strengthening. Invlgo llnlanre July 1. 192( .__.-.5(120( .25 S. Grlner( .ppotll'd .nn..n. Virtue ,.1 that cwrtHinK ctt| ..n |H.UHI,"| out of
Effect. (io.:. 'Ri'colnta' durlnar month __. __ -14(1(1( ( 04Wnrrante .. W. KICKI.ITKK." : the circuit court of County J-'lor-
',' :aim
xir home theatre the last erecting one. lrdur"
are lasui'd H2H) 04 H. It. WIC.IilN.S. Chairman. Ida. In a rrrtatn J. W. An
-.*' nl I m the application of all the ad- In the goodness) of his heart Governor llalanctAuir.. I. 1021 .A2I0..1I* Ilp.rlnl.n"rnt 8-17-ftt-U-H drtrwa and J. W. Andrew, .Jr. o.p.rln...,
Coun- Fine and Forfeiture Fund diifnx 'hiialiiiwa, under tim firm namu ".) 12"
ancpment in motion picture appli- Ilardoe offered to Duval Balance July t I. 102.1) _1I41,2M NOTICE OF ELECTION of J. W. Andruw thin, aN pin and 0 I
Jacksonville the distinction of ".-' .h.* ... durlnir month n. -_ -- -. .111,:ia T. C. L. of ., by A. l nil. upon
.tice Our stars fixtures. Their and .k. mayor .i'I\ :
are ty Wnrranla Issued .- .1 IIII4J I I virtue of .authority vested 1.rk... 1. law. and : : and) brat d. r
rectors know their every capacity state execution headquarters Jack- llulanci AUK. 1. mill( M2I do h hereby call an election to 1,. held at the for ca-h. In front of the courihoua. d'K' I.MCark. .
shown such a n. .. Fend town hall In the ol..ahl town by the, qIat.IIo.l i HradTord County: Florida on Monday..
and i ''ndeeci their every incapability. sonville has always FrequentHeadaches Bnlancc July 1. 1021 ._.73B7,61 ) v,' thsrein on September a. JMJ 3.) the main being a lafnalnatMi \
And thee the to get: everything; that's1I'0inJr. Receipts' durlnir month -._ -_ -. HI 'I| TL'KHDAV.t..r SEI'TF.MBER Il. 102.1( day. and between th* luiral houra of tale S
from disposition
keep far
as away 51)1(4( :37 ..t
Warrants Issued ? S for. the purpose of electlnif the following offjcersi the folliiwinn ar.bod real ratatti. lylntf: and S \ '
''alter as is possible. Like you dear that the Governor doubtless Balance AUK. I. 192:1: -.u. 4M,911Outstanding hifntr In Bradford County,. lorlila.. Ui-wlt i

reader, know what you can 'do best thought it would eargerly seize this Balance July 1. 1023 .....-Find..._..6002,37 One One Mayor.< Iwrk. Treasurer and Tan l -r 1'h..".K.Ulh..t guartvr quarter of of Northwrat Muuihwimt (Quarl |uar--

''" doe l each star and director. And opportunity. The mere fact that 1I..h.l. durinK month -.- .-_ -- l IIItI,7 One Marshal. Cll'olo. i,-. .f Northnaat. (lu.rl, of Hvctliin i"ur. >
Warrants Issued Two aldermen' for t.1 years. Tnwn.hlp A .uLh. lln"* 2 Kant: cuntatmniffto
'hat -best' is always brought$ out on every criminal condemned to deathin suffered with chrotllccon.tlpatton Balance AUK. I. 1021 .-..-8100.13 Three aldermen' for one year, aerra mora or L
"I Building Fund One Assessor.Inspectors EPPEI1IION.Mh.rII .
the screen. The foremost authors this state must !go to Jacksonvilleto that would brine on Balance July 1. 1023 _............._. 6.69 of aaid election : fcdward Porn.. Iw llradford County: Fla. S '

'rlte for Paramount."If. die would be an asset of consider- very severe headaches," iiyiMr Receipts during month .....*..._.- C. C. Htarllnic( and T. N. Kendrlck. K M. JOHNS S
Warranta Isseed .... whereof I Attorney for F'UIntUfM.
In testimony ,
in the making of a particular able advertising value. But Jackson- *. Stephen H. Kincer of Balance AUK. I. 1021 ...- S.SO my nime and ..,.. the meal h..unt ..ub.lb., town 83..8-1 ,1 ,
A R. P. D. I I. Cripple Creek Va. Drainage Fend he hereunto ) thla 7th day: of '
that BALE
way. allud
"cenp, the star does not 'register' erctlv ville could not see "I tried different medicine and Balance July 1. 11123 .._ 1.60 II( a. C. I. A"t hereby notirt !I. alvi-n th.t uml.r and br II

> as the director wants her or storm of protest arose. This is one"gateway" did not get relief.! The head- Receipts durinK. month (48..It Mayor of Btarke. Pla. virtue of that Sail ______..._____ ,
.ranta 8IO6t7 .
not the JU ) of the Court In and forItrMdfor.J
him Jacksonville does aches became frequent. IliNtel >y < H
to, that scene is retaken and re- that very Balance Aua_..1. 1K21 -.. 1.50 County: .'1.,00. In ohan..r .It
taken Wldews Pension Fund NoTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED tWitf. the 14th ilaf l March, )
until the perfect acting desired care to boast. Balance July 1. 1823 ..- 144.41 UNDRK SECTION 171 OP TUE :In favor on of American Agriculture Chemical 1 .' %

"II "ecured. This much Is certain : The Governor insists that Jackson- 01Thedford's Receipts dtirlnamonth ._......_... CBNBRAL STATUTES a m* enmplalniint.. and 3
That because of Warranta Issued ..........___...._ Hereby notice is iriven mat T J. Alderman uninatt C.mp..y.. Elj) lr lrtlon. .
in the making of Paramount ville is the proper place Balance Au.. I. 1H23: _..... --.- 144.43Agriirnltersl purchaser of taw sale certificates numbered, The unilvraiirnail. M d..r.ndant
Pictures to location equipment and police Fund respectively 20ft. 2811 808 82(1( and 148 Issued cOVer for male In front or th:1 .w:InHtark .,. 4
nothing Is left undone its I Balance' July 1. 1123 __......___..- l.U by the tax collector of Bradford. eounty: Flu* *. 6raxif,,rcl County FI .ri :, the S ,
ret the exact results that we hope protection. He has addressed a let- Receipts durlnsl month _______ said certificates being dated) July. 4. 1021 hasHied real houra of .. on Monday.. : r I.I .
will' Commissioners of Wu..nte I..d _._"__''"__'_' ssld.. certificates In my office and !11120, the hlirhMt and beat bIIler for cub.
Please the great. number of patrons ter to the County BLACKDRAUGHTand llnlnnce A"... I. iSt: _____ ________-. 1.15 made. application. for tax deeda to Issue 'In the rol"w.nl. 01..1.0 property. situated| In t 1

that are old now in their at- Duval county pointing out why the AuKUst I. 1023. arcordaaee with law. Ir"dr..rd. ln. to-wtti '
Bradford. County.: Held certificates) respectively: embraces the barter of Northiant QuarUr, ,
!"ndance of movies and the even state's electric chair should be accommodated i 81.'. ef Florida.. following I.no In Bradford. county Florida K.Nuthr.o. Townahip 7. fUnic. 2.t Kant silo
mater that county. And I hereby: certify that trie foregoing: statement assessed at the date of the Issuance of aueh. Suth.aat Quarter of N"rthwiit Cjuart-rr of
number that on by .. ) In the names respectively hers
of Hf-rtlon Town.hlp lUntfv M
and disburaementa the .rll.a. 10. 7.
ef the receipts
new j in attendance of pictures. thus the matter stands. took It for a headache and funds) of Bradford' Connty for the month of .. .'. 209 set embraces forth towittCertificate .Southwest .I"hlr: ac_. m....or l Ieee. ,

'Thin utterly shocking!Tampa the relief was very quieti andit July. I"HI ,Is true and) correct to the belt Quarter of Northwest Ni.. of BwuthwsstUuarter. 1. M JOIN( .
of Is How Quarl. Master.
Reason Paramounts I
our was so Ions of my anowlcd. and bellor.| See. 25. Tp. 113 East tea Spolol ,
leme heralded to the entire world as Tribune. another headache. Now I just O. W. | acres. assessed J. B. Abraham. Solicitor for .4
anddon't ( : Clerk Circuit Court.Brailfird Certificate N.... 280 embraoea 4 A beglnnlnK Cmpl.ln.nt 13.8188
'Beth'r keep the black-Draught! .
Movie Season' and to comply r inrBy at HW ( of Northwest Q..r., of
'n every BRADFORD let myself get in thai c. A. KNIGHT. Southeast : and run N lid It. !84)l | NOTICE nr APprirATiov FOK TAX DEED
sense with the word 'better, condition." tlegutyCLERK'S C'J.rk) ft. 3 4IM( Qu.r.II. land line thence 843 ft U.MtKIt' HCLTIUN J7t "" 'ril

Wp have left no stone unturned. :Mon- Black- Draught beg Itoc. 83. Tp. 4. 8. R 24 i:., 4 acres. GE14Y.UAI.! $TATIJTYM 4.'r
fS;:. Revg. Butler Thedford'j! REPORT .ne.l K. O. Qnann.CVrtltleate Notice la hrrvbr given that 3). I.. John.. '
brains and all other elements Bradford Aug. 31.- (purely vegetable' ) has been Stsrke. .. July 1. 1 )23. No. Ho embraces all ex Northeast pureha r of tax ...tll..,. No. 5H, d.. the

'udsary in the perfect production and Cheshire passed through here en- found to relieve constipation, Report. of the Clerk of the Clreoit CourtIn Quarter of Northeast Quarter, flee IJ. 81h day of June i mo. (II. aaulcertliheale Slowing
Tp. 7, M. 1C. 22 K.. Sue aaiseed TheSouthern In my utt r'f the acnonothe Bradford Count. Flerlda.. en ae .
stimulating for
motion pictures have been combin- route to Brooker)( Saturday.Mr. S. and by and the 1928 Cattle Fwln. C. for ta. "I) to .... aa..ran.. it ,
< assessed for ynor
\ when it u torpid. help count t taxes -
"(*I to bring about this one event this : and :Mrs.[ S. C. Andreu! have to drive liver many poisons out ol I:. W.Ta StAYES.CollectorTo :! Southwest Certificate Quarter No. B6, Bee. 25. Tp.W.7. 8.n..1'e! 29 nf with law.drl.0 Ulil .nll..t. ..mbr."...ld.l Br.d-

one .mai of back t() the farm of C. 51. An- BiUousness.indizettion < E.. ,. ... assessed Unknown. ford 10.1... ta-wltt i''
our great industry moved I your system. andaimilM Bradford County No.. UI .mh.... Weat Half of let four In New RI.... The ..10)
Jna'dI11"UII" satisfaction\ on the part of dreu. headache, County P"'.... C..rt.l.a.. QII.r. Notho.t Quarter of Un.l. ".nl .._., at the date of the '0
Patrons. :Mr. and Mrs. C. :M. troubles are often Jun. 1. to fcal due. .. ....'11".91 Vorthweat u. .. and East Ual of Southeast maim .h eertldeate In the name of Vn.kno.n. -
S. C. Andreu relieved In this way. It Is the by .mt eolleeted .-.-2 at Erooker ( See. H. H. 10 I'nl.iin Kill) Mrtlfleale .hall be reilramnl ugonllnir -
"Paramount attended church bUrt.? llf.
Week the first week InRach Andreu natural way. Be naturall Try July I. to bsl due .-.."-I74S.J acres. assessed J. 'Dli I rb,. d : R tn lew tea 0. will luiie Ih.n.
new ****OI'. has come to be es- Sunday.Mr. Black-Draught. Fine and Forfeiture ('n''" said .. shell be redeemed on the In. ). 14
*KI passed June I. to bal due _..__...__ 41* .7 according t" law. taO deed will Issue thereon Wltn... my .I"n.tu. an.l i',.1 l tItle I
'"hetl P'nkston
in the motion picture trade and :Mrs.: Pitt Sold! everywhere. By amt collected -.__.__._ 26',2' on the loth day: of September A. O. 1U2S on I the r day .f & "". l>. IW3.
. and seal this ALDERMAN.
marking community Tunday. Witness) my official amnst.ire
and the industry' best effort through our c July t. to ha! due. -.___. 174.41Ceeery the Mh day d Au.gt A. D 19n. Clerk Clnult

this' rear it I U expected: by pro. C. -F.--Andreu- was- -in- Brooker. Sat- -- ..... sad Bridge .-... W. ALDERMAN '.8--1-8 5 Bradford- .-na'I", I



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f I blade, a left ear and five front teeth.I that mathematical canine o' mine? she ---..:::: "
cause turned
J .- -- .:.-. .- P' -- '--- m__ -, -..:.: :" .,' -..- .. : tecle-Jdnvs dSI I i '. Moses-Huh. Looks like an oldcrippled other fish in the ocean.you down! r.I.'!""'"
A Betting Backer
i l) I ?G'ly houn' dawg to me. Chestnut Charley-Ye- : \ ,,
Interested Friend-Is you wife a Rastus-Jest go, Mose\ jest so-he are not all goldfish.'y
Not a"aQ.Y YquN6, good cook? puts down three and carries one.

WHO tMIU..q Proud Husband-Is she? 1
MAN -Say, 1'111.
OF CAROLINE OWNS ) bet my week's salary that she is the I. Witnesses Wanted Hemingway

AN AtITOMOBILTG best little can opener in the U. S.. A. Crank-Officer, I want that man

,. I eI '__ prominent I PERHAPS Ha CL&AN Our Poor-try arrested. He just gave me a nasty MarketAT

I HIS OWNtLOTNE' look.OfficerYou've
l l There's naught so irritating, got the nasty look,
who ; Naught: / 'neath a lonesome star; all right-but if I arrest him-you'll DEPOT

men QNr As to meet an age-old peanut, have to prove to the judge that he

t In a brand new peanut bar. gave it to you. The Leading Market

are now Literal Lester Confidential -

Freddie-Mother, you and dad have Conductor-That child looks older Me.ts that satisfy. All\ kinds of

1 seasoned. children, haven't you? than six years. Fruit and Produce.. We M|II| meats,
l J Sh-h-h I know at a price that gives fair
/ presidenltalcandidates" Mother-Gracious, I don't know. Mother- it. It's ( rn.tr.nr. of
?+ i Why seasoned? had an awful lot of trouble. Profit. We do not sell cheap mMtfcVe

A/ Y I Freddie-Well dad said us kids are \ do sell the best that can I* had,

full of pep and ginger. Quirk-Like This at reasonable prices, and if m) .ome
4i one time you will keep coming
Pete got fired.
Dumb Dan Again What for? When order .
I you go meat I'hon.. |i5.
k 1d 1w 1 1i lie bought a decanter, F. O. B. For good.
__ expecting it to be Full-Of- and he convinced. You want the 'beat

d; i ;"r says Ed--- OOle. :Music, Professor of enr'thinll-We HAVE 11.! -

S1 1 i --. I -
I ---
.. deal of their I :Out You Go
f n + owe a great uc- Lamp Educated The One That Got Away
I reMM to their close watch of opportunitiOM. Little Willie Rastus !Mose\ do Tessie-Cheer be sad beHOME F. G. Hemingway
M -How old is that lamp you want to buy up, don't -
? i Take the man you mentioned ma ? =

1 George, this candidate, when ahoy Mother-Oh, about three years
i 11' way poor. ; today he is one of our L. W. Turn -
I it down. It's too
I ;; ; :
I wealthy men and senator of his state young to smoke. ? ( .1 waNT WITH THE WIDOW YES AMP" THY. WARE MARRIED AM'/ \ I ITHmV

is. und also on the road to presidency. WOO. TIN YeARS NS !:',O"'T MO AAOftt THAN rXlRBP, OFF

t$ Oh, That Different v> PROPOSE 'TD MBR eecAusa SI4IT11.. TWilY Qt AR[P 0.-*. ,tS "' .
His success is the result of direct SWEET
?/ effort on his own part, to make, to Mrs. Dibbs-Every time I raise .
my LI6HT > HIS
i f learn' and to Have. Then he watched hand my husband gives me an awful HOME 4 %Htt w.AS PUT OUT'
+ for hit chance. Opportunity, George beating.Mrs. 11 eyWb.oOecu

I .4 per cent paid on 14 your gift of bringing forth good Dubbs-Heavens! Why don't v+

1 i and noMe abilities in everything/: you you call the police? e .

t I' 1 ravings. depimiU do. And the opportunity to save lies Mrs. Dibbs-Why? What do they Odie Knows a rl

j. t. right: at your finger tips--'r know about bridge? b Wound Up

,d i r !Plain talk-but true. Opening a Chestnut Charley says-Chick

f, d ji I ; Having account in this bank can be ens in the car have wrecked lot e 4 ,

I I your first step toward a bigger and more autos than chickens in the byTerre
1 i I road.
better future. '
I No Misses

r I I Father (to Bobby, who had just +

I Bradford Bank fallen down stairs-Why) Bobby, e
,1. County
did you miss your step? OOA!. TOLD MIN THAT HAOMT WI 0>TTR. AJO 1NDDD;

Bobby-rubbing( his head-No) 4146. WA4 PRETTY AS A 4HALL WAIT UNTIL VOOR. I'D CTABVt If* futile]

fir : < I. Starke, Florida dad, I did every one of them. riCTURB BUT MBAUWANf WA4 WE HA'J HUtBAND sir 1 WAITQiP UNTIL.MlPNIfiHT ,


fir'l Mr.are I. not M. in Frank vaudeville-many says-All imitations are- A"'fTMINa" MAMP Now? TO EBNER EA71 6 i iT
in everyday life. P..HT1fO see/wa .fN'T P, Q F b I
] ALWAYSeLIEVN6./ 6Hf iMM P Q I. pr" r I

1 1 Geniuses HIM" BUT piivrr' Siuivi HI"-" r P 4 a '{ PllI :

Cat She Fed Saves vUiior no!'.myster. mis j as" 8 h.. Ill* Senator Moses, of New Hampshire, eQ w4qT
relates the following instance of the
-visit ceased A milk
.t Woman From suddenly. dealer
Starving with, whom she traded said she toid way the town authorities used to resolve -

( :Nw Torh.-Having spent her loaf film this. man wan her husband. up in his state:
cut for milk for stray cats, many of "Resolved, That we build a new
1 .
which she hi. fed nightly for twoyan Misdemeanor to Feed jail; !

Mary Pomrtl, forty.II.., lank "Resolved, That wo build the new ii
I in Los III LttnlHlI4i1 l""l
a upon the bed In her dingy two-room Pigeons Angeles jail out of the material which the old A,yolE, lea

h flat at 205 Avenue B, and slipped Into Los Angela, Cnl.-Feeding pla801L1In jail is composed of; and ; f PELLwHUN'' 'AAU I
,,I uconiwlouin" of Htarvatloih Patrolmen the downtown district will\ he a "Resolved, That we will not teardown Js v \wRWeAlbwNL I

tx rker of the Fifth Street misdemeanor subject') to a fine not exceeding the old Jail until the new .fail.
A : "UIIII1 found her when h* broke I $BOO or all l] month In the Is finished."

.._ her door rorentlyUpon City Jill when nn ordinance< pantd by

floor were BOO empty milk bottl*.th.1 tie city council becomes effective. rf Ed Purtiy sent us this on a postcard ILOYD TONESSAVS m s"t .rlrsltJa 'U.I SSrw
she liven h
nd at Bollevue
The ordinance was passed! to aid the J.
pits! phy.lclllnll any she bu only '
perk department In driving pigeon : I > 11hiiht
'Twould .
tender! 'han.the will seem to us
woman owe
I from Perilling square a downtown ;
her life to the cati die, befriended! I park. Woman's greatest fears, rLi3l.DERSHIP t by Led
for two night they rime hack, IKturiBl I Are that she'll show _
Y, I for milk and finding' none, I Hookworm Rage In Brazil. Her age and ears. 6arearrn. ...._ .-_ .. t..if!: ) dh,
"meowed" mournfully under her 'euue "n'-ii-Tiii lul tea i.oinws I.lrnife This nuwNrn tall
New York.-nixhty-flv cent of / and hixli schools! e'.blub
H. ,
per iiiluht: lu Bulled! the home- nro now on "hut lpNrinti' m tbu for., .1
ground floor window. Neighbors told die agricultural worker of Brazil a.. "Let the shoemaker stick to his t''!: Ir i..>uelv'enK' ib-M. .. stretch, of their iicuilemli cnrwri. Alter "Inv znil. Il l JNeaelt yoi. she nq tau
y the police of the CIIt...' action( afflicted with hookworm and the dl*> last, lest he lose his 'awl,' said he, M01.lit : HUM ixmlioiit /a a norlrt\inmiiitIoiiH that; need and, .. Ifhratloim they free' I ho co Nin wad coats-tt ix yo.r crept boob,

Dwellers In the Avenue tenement ease his lowered the flle1ency of one not meaning a word of it and all that liiiml' ,ati'l, I niiy ; 1'iir then rnnfrmit n woilillilcli, nuMi mid nt'c-d-t women. tiniii'il 1 In/ Quack! flanger-In
By the woman took the rooms two tiiftiiifMt lender an emergency
third of the population. Dr. tawta W. Fey cliterpriNp,
sort o gag. every jiulitiiiil' party In tonn ,, iiL-wsiuper rolled up tight and tied,
years ago locked her door and never iintlon' county"
Baekett, awoclated with tile International t'M'ij political cud economic Idea ill the center with
rl'Mitltlc every branch at a loop to hang
., appeared la the daytime. Itarh night, I health!! board of the :Rockefeller ciidt'Utur and every ri'llKlimn nioM'iiu'nt, looks to u lender., "P by make. a good substitute for
boweier, site, went out and returned foondatloa, ..a4.1f1 His return frote Single "Blisster"Rastus to Jlnriv u student, I "'fore ho ranches hit. wnlor year has lonrueil i haw a dress hanger., !
I with adz] bottlen of milk "which she South Araerlm. married hi coiiieutiuto 'nml' npily his non mind. ; he 1m* learned. how to '' .
are you a man? him vtori'd. in u. i'ihei'
I poured Into laucerf placed outside poser himself Hut he may do all thin Meat-Did
pathetic' failure ami In 11 you know that
Nossah, boss, ah earns mah own In tho world lllcli paper
Her w n4ew. For a until tare I'llIs..rooID .standing absorb ?
year nn never nuiila juice Nell it
> nviii 1(1'\1.: Time'' which does therefore -
1 j 1IWI.f> .' ...thew2lh.nbad. a tnda! Subscribe for the Telegraph. living. lh<> ottioiH, I power' make a mau great Is the power ti> always remove any before put-

'I Just lo tiiiiik out nu Idon/ will ting your meat. away..
never advance .
Maybe Darwin Can Tell- yon haw thoiiKlit out and then iilea. Not until

-- We have just noticed a headline in "iiiilrlluitlnii.......1.111'1 round.in flip.! world To ('IIIUIIII foiiKht>II.. eoulil out I not Ibo prove idea have!In Spain you that made the it of Crease grease from Spot-To wallpaper.remove Rub a spot the
the Poland China Journal (Kansas and with them.. Hzht the vast tlila sons.lee had to take dlnlieilevers; with him Place with, a piece of flannel damp-

30x3 1-2 Tire City, Mo.) that reads like this= ohm-mil l>ar"ln lilt thotmht Hlii. ;':Kili nut forms the Idea of lower of world life crentlono und evolution a* he ened with alcohol -

Relation of the Pure-Bred Hogto Ainiixoii.' !Hut be spent, a decode to convince on the tti'inlntf hanks of the Cooking Eggs-A spoonful of
Average Nebraska Farmer a truth ,lien lie fought thronsh a full and that be had Pound Hour added to the grease in which
world t that the truth ho found busy life to convince the eggs are to be fried will prevent
wa of ,
line to the world.
;. : $7.95 Eoresome Suitor-Do you really thing Resolve new make to do It Homvtnlmr.of use .to then and something to do. It it be some them ing. from sticking well as break
think that many. Hy no doing you. take .
picture looks like me? niiioiix tile leaders of men. If It be something old .
l Miss-Yes, but I can find no other d!'>. do It hotter than It was ever done before l ami, and tried that you Eliminating Moth -If you have.
S GUARANTEED] fi.OOO( MILES ... fault with it. tulieri bow .best to do It. Th u aimUi'yon lend. Bath by HO doing show no moth balls, sprinkle your cloth.
la'' jour lulHr will your name end inor with turpentine. The moths
I HENDERSON. GOODALE. AND AMERICAN A. T. C. endure beyond those of temporal heroes, who win
In trlumpb not
I the RelflHb *ur.T....' of the hour. come near them.
riL CORDS GUARANTEED 10,000 MILES-FABRICS ARE The Brave ManReddlie's TrnnHlnte your inforiimtlon Into Inspiration .
:; GUARANTEED 6,000 l\IILES-TUHES GUARANTEED liiliK'J, ga: to It. LH> and then you win. and asplraUon. So Varnish Stain-A varnish or
ONE YEAR. what I call a really shellac spot on clothing may be
brave man. Copyright, 10:3-Cy: Richard Lloyd Jane*. removed with alcohoL
.. .
r Goodale Henderson Goodale & ilendersoTubes Grt'ene-What do ; ,
you mean by
To Soar
Fabric Fabric A.T.C. Cords Cords that? ;, pouring Milk-if desirous of
some milk just add a few

:30x3 ____ 6.5)5 7.50 __ __ __ __ 1.75 Redd-Well. He let's his wife drive |I drops of vinegar._

30\3 /.. ____ 7.95: 8.50 11.75 12.50 2.00 his car when he's in it. O O Jotl '* Match Scratch e_ Disfiguring

32x31/[ ____10.50 11.75 14.50 15.50 2.25 ( l marks on woodwork, mad by

I 31xt ____11.50 12.50 17.50 19.75 2.50 Sharp Retort {' scratching matches, will disappear

32xi ____12.75 14.75 18.75 21.50 2.60 Guest-Waiter, this steak is like mar.. _'" ..... I U rubbed with g cut lemon.it .

33x ____13.50 15:25: 19.25 22.50 2.80 leather ;
the knife is dull. ; i5lnTNext tIme when dyeing'
34x132x4 ____14.50 15.75 19.95 23.50 3.00 Waiter-Strop the knife on the f Only a little oourtoiv: -f"iat didn't cost a cake variety of dya. use a

/' / ______ __ __ __ 23.95 26.50 3.50 steak. .1 'lIt.-1\ lulu* I've' curried. with me soap shaker as seive. It keeps undUsolved -

". 33x4 ______ __ __ __ 21.95 27.50 3.75 ) nearly everywhere. I've went I the particle of dye from spotting -

3x4 4 ----__ __ __ __ 25.95 28.50 4.00 A Golf I know I didn't, line It when I eon!'1 I. n.. welli protects the clothe hands Save from tint dye* and and

35,11,1 --____ __ __ __ 26.95 29.50 4.25 Expert i us not,-lt' n powerful lame confession' hot water.

3Gdg ______ __ __ __ 27.95 30.50 4.50 :Mother (to farmer husband who but-"hluma It-I forcott r you/ .

33x5 ______ __ __ __ 29.9 33.50 4.50 ha* been out with his son trying to Only n little -If Cleaning Parchment: Lamp Shade
f'onrteHy-lmt f-ere nlnt on. wishes their
35x5 ______ __ __ __ 31.50 31.50 4.75 learn to play I'olf-Well) how did no notiler, tie! t,whlili! we l bettor It parchment lamp shades to clean take any

37x5 ______ __ __ __ 33.50 36.50 5.00 you like it? ,'ron):>rl!y. I or n-o'ro flia.ta'Vltll: pay. flood polishing cream and put t ft

WE SHIP C. O. D., SUBJECT TO EXAMINATION __ __ Father-Oh, just so so. Sometimesit for. to II--ht: a -Ut'rmor'tal la regret., ti> Lung in the a shade soft cloth.and then Rub rub a small off part with of a

FLAPS INCLUDED IN ALL STRAIGHT SIDE TIRES. deemed like hoeing* weeds, other n pireii! I'Tr. either tlioiubtli'ns: or apTirrHMi moist cloth. Repeat this until the
times just like digging for fish bait. >--It l I. lira to :rll.: ., the lieurtf r rI f-_ shade has been gone over. YOIIwill
a r find that your shade remain
u SIMS TIRE COMPANY I OlllI/ llttlo rouruy-uu' yet, how clean for a long white.
All Part Guaranteed
!a It means. In l'< Intimate
relation/ to
313 EAST MAIN STREET, SOUTH >II< Hot Tea or Coffee Stalna-Scale
Motorist-When I bought this car i. un/ > uffivtlon! leans Its
I a rnlYbty the
TOM C. ;MORRIS\ Maaager stained fabric in cold water.
you agreed to supply broken j liuvi'J '!IialJon"o nt the Let
parts Hentry-intit| of love It remain about twenty minute.
Fire Station
Opposite Gainesville, Fti for day*. we'd battle in itie then wring
ninety ''It sprit of the agels i out and pour a few
> a'ovof r drop of glycerin
Dealer-Suwt! What do you want? on each ata/n./
'- After It ha* stood several hour
Motorist-On* right hand boulder
well with roll n4
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