Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02193
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year $2.00; Six Months, $1.00-Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews,, Editor and Proprietor. .

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American Red Cross Launches Drive for Five [I $iI I ;; icn. DAIJS) II & I Immmmi S. R. JOHNS & CO. AWARDED +'; e g

Million Dollar Fund for Relief; ConditionsAre i m mmmmmmmmm mH mmmi m mmmmui mm mmmmmmmji mmmHmHmMYJMH CONTRACT GRADING STATE

Now Reported Better in City of Tokio.


MANY CITIES TOTALLY WIPED WELL.,;oAIr + 1 peaTCNA'a t WANTA. _. S' Contract for the grading/ of State' ''I nHII'I.ETEInII.I.EU: \' Itl-ca--: ; : t+ I ; s

A.e.\ W\I toNT, war ftleo road. Nil 13 from Stnrko to Santa Fe lIE'IITSSH'IItU: :: : TO n.onm."I *

OUT U. S. COMES TO AID seT ,teas'\e Meer." ,, river was awarded to S. R. Johns,,, I IN. ,
; NaDlfFRuNe 1ul
Me'+E 4'
DehT J. L. Brook
\T 'tilL\. 011 T. Ritch and operating I l Florida< will soon have a complete

the central eastern section of the. I A r'ITI, Now MV under the firm name hf S. R. irv-linent of field'artilll'ry for tho.mtinnul
:mono DEAD: IN' EARTHQUAKE- b""e.- 1 I lorKV! John. & Co. The award Includes all according I
guard to unnonnceiiu'ut
Hondo, largest of the islands of the an -
OUST\ CATASTROPHE 11IIIS:/ Japanese empire. bridge and, other drainage structure I Thursday. This regiment r;

TORY OF WORLD QUAKE, -i along the line us well its the I will he One Hundred, and Sixteenth: r '

FIRE AND TIDAL WAVE TAK I' Beginning at noon Saturday with briili'c, across the river' While the Artillery, of which organization '+

a series of earthquakes which razcd : work ,,is. dn .gird l into units and bid, nl Tampa furnishes complete unit in x i
TERRIBLE TOLL OF LIFE. 11/1)/ most of the city of Tokio and, large a ,
unit prices the county engineer's estimate its crack 1'irst battalion!
\P.\X:' COMMUNICATION: : sections of Yokohama, and other ci-
fixes the total cost at $!i5SSO ,- The final oruanixution: of the regiment
DUILDINi:' ties in the vicinity, the disaster was I
TT OFF-EVERY I .00.V. I I is expected t" lie completed ill II
continued by fire which broke out i in
IS YOKOHAMA: ItURNED DOW] I W. Long and Co., a well known I ho coming week.FRIEKSON. .
scores of places. Tidal waves followed
FEARS FELT FOR SAFETY I Jacksonville contracting firm, was
engulfing and washing into the I r
OF :MANY AMERICANS.: sea hundreds of buildings. Then fo 1 t I I IY f I It,3 awarded drainage the contract structures for the between concrete :' ..\I.\'.\ItJ:Z ,

lowed the typhoon, adding a final and 1 ; i 1 Stnrko and Lnwtey and the woodenbridges A

shanghai, China, Sept. 2..-;On tragic touch to what is probably the between Lawtey and. High-' A quiet wedding took place at the h

hundred and fifty thousand persons greatest calamity in modern times. laml. Their bid for this work totals home of the bride's parents! / Mr.! and '

have perished in Tokio and Yokohama Former estimates from variou MI'111.. J. Alvarez, August 27th, i
$17RII.! :
to bulletins had the casualties when their daughter, !Miss Julia, was
alone, according re- sources placed as 1 both ..
Under. the terms of the bid 1< "
delved here from Japan.In high at 150,000 dead in Tokio alom given in marriage/ to Mr. Harmon ..
in six
be completed
Tnkio the arsenal exploded, deMroyint One of these came from the Japanese / ninths projects from are the date of signing/ of Frierxon. They will make their home A Is, R RIn
: the arsenal and the adjoir minister of marine by way of Osaka1. I Cross City, where !Mr. Frierson U I t

ing printing) bureau. There were several 'Other reports told of severe casua I 1- --,",,- _, contract.The work from Highland. to the a popular business. num. The ninny t *'-Vl
thousand casualties here. ties both on land and sea. 1I I friend of the newly wedded couple
.. divided into two
or I III I Santa; Fe river wan
Great Cities in Ruins I II I wish| | thorn all happiness! 9gun
I projects Project A commuted' of tho
fukm and Yokohama Destroyed; 200;, I A composite of reports depicts Tol I II ORWS Lee Hone. RI4 v"'asee concrete structures between Lawteyand their ceremonies. Soon little l f
io and Yokohama shattered wildernesses
000 Dead of mortar as, bricks and stone I --- Starke and the wooden, bridges I groups began/ to form in front of tho Ito

Osaka, Sept 4.-Almost the whol where once stood some of the state- from Liiwtey to Highland. I building, the number being augment* J "

fo Tokio and Yokohama have bee liest structures of the empire. 1IBradford Project n! consisted of the stump '' ed, until it was estimated 5000 persons I,

destrovetl, by earthquake, followed by,; Dead and ham High ing and clearing/ of the right of way, were In the crowd. Men In S
I dying are on every '
fire, and the loss of life now is estimated grading, the construction of all I front ranks demanded admittance, U: y
Survivors, who can grope their way ,
at from 120,000; to 200,000 or and drainage, structures between Starko; 'I the Imll and when they were refusedthe
about through the fire
more I and the Santa Fe river and the eonHtruction .. '4'1 I
fight begun.Chief /: f
rubbish, are leaving the city for places I
Two hundred thousand houses have of safety. OpenedMonday I of the bridge across the I TonneKon. declared, after

ti .'i.. burned down in the two cities. I Those who still live are threatene I, river. I. quiet| hnd been restored, that; he knew ,
W.iter mains have been broken and 'I There were three bidders and their the instigator! of the trouble and

f 'i ui'plies, destroyed by fire so thaI with starvation fish from and many and are lakes tryini. to.; .|, Monday morning a largo crowd of i I suggested that later a parent-tench- bids were us follows: promised tho arrest of prominent local Y

I IM' iple. are near starvation and to catch ponds '1 pupils and, patrons filled the B. H. S. en association! bo organized, which :. !'. \V. Long & Co. section A, $17- nor ,

,ffiTinir from much thirst. tide them over until food arrive.It : auditorium to its, capacity. 325 pupils I would he of great benefit\ to patrons, IIS3: ; section II, $((10,<)70.r>0; total $7K- Every doctor and\ ,druggist in tho

II reported, but not confirmed, Is estimated that at least 100,00 'I| have been enrolled this week and i teachers and pupils. II. H. Wiggins, 53.51): rity wax busy bandaging. head. and .1
tons of rice alone is needed to mee!: AI w
' i'' tin section
,tk foreign population resided, i is I the food shortage.The which bad with enthusiasm.The I I of Bradford, county, made an excellent $2<(),tOr, .nO; section H, $M,1>70.00; total members of the police force. the klnn
palace was
1 "' greatly damaged. exercises were opened by the \ address. : $70/175.00. I anti the opposing faction." None wu*
Thi ur is yet filled with the dus ly damaged by the quake and fire has school singing, "Happy Greetings to School begins each morning ut 8:30: S. R. Johns & Co., section A, $IH, Injured! seriously 1 A

' ,'! 'he, broken buildings which had< been thrown open to needy and injured All," with !Mrs. Nelle Hughes as piano Recess Is from 10:15: to 10:30: ; noonrecess 417.00( ); section B, $55,8H.I!!) )<); total, The quiet lasted, only for a short j ( 9 tA'k

iiimhled! from the force of the quak survivors. .I accompanist. Devotional exercises from 12:00: to 1:00, and tho $71:1:111.00.: : time |Three automobiles in which ) $
Number of Dead Countless' bi
when the fires broke out, bringing were conducted by Mr. Thorn- high school and. seventh and eighth escorting klan mt'n
death to end the suffering of man; What happened at Yokohama Bu can quest, after which the school sang I grades will finish their regular class ', CITI/.KNS CLASH WITH KLAN i patrolman i from were the hall were/ surrounded

pinned beneath the wreckage, and be barely more than surmised. America. Prof. S. S. Dowling, principal work for the day at 3:15 p. m. ,\AUTHORITIES AT MEET! : away of the curs was overturned. ,
every report, though/: meagre, con address and With Prof. Dowling as principal,' I I"n" one
stopping the efforts of uninjured perms made the opening The occupants were given a severebeating.
- to rescue their less fortunate firms the worst fears. While it seem was followed by G. M. Inman, who and his corps of well qualified teacher lolice and Fire Department Called I The other card met by another !: ,...,
([ortain most of the foreign residential I' wil Idoubtless( be a most successful Thronir '
follows A high wind whipped the, spoke enthusiastically of the school this Out to DiMperNe crowd. This cur ulna was ov'a

flames rapidly from burning region; sections escaped It is estimate de! I and its opportunities. Mr Inman term for the B. II. S. .- I erturned /and Ite occupants' heuten', '<;t III'I
In the city were -
1,400 buildings N. J. Aug. 30.-A '
Perth Amboy, /
K> others at distance.In -- --
a started '
which -
The patrol Wagon /
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dead Is
number of <
the face of such a conflagaratioi stroyed. crowd of 5,000( ( persons broke up a I of ,
Board road
the of County the! klansmen was met on a -I
London Maru reported +
steamship hall tonight, 75 policemen ,
liesilway. The same disturbance! Felly ws tho passengers turned out and given tit J ,
that bodies were scattered everywhere on and firemen being unable to drive r
had broken the gas pipes hat I JRO, ,
in water where went Met Last Monday' II( heating.
broken the water mains and there was land and many hack the throng that stormed the _
nothing wherewith to fight the flameiaivance. to: find refuge in ships after the partijuake. building. Firemen drove truck into .

the main of people, but to no avail
The fire, uncontrolled for more A message by cable from Kohe to Board of county commissioners met Archie Williams placed. upon pau A hurry call wall sent for state police Stand .
the Associated Press tonight said j in regular session Monday, September per roll with an allowance of $3 per Trenton. Pinchot's
than at
:3t! hours after it broke out even- I
tunllj was checked through the use there was a bad shake In Toyama, a I 3, 1923, with the following named month. Patrolmen fired shots in the air, Against Striker '
J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. R. H. Dean stricken from pau .
+'f explosives soldiers blowing ui city of more than 60,000 population members present: threw nan bombs and swung( their
umlreds of ,the lightly constructed near the northwest coast of Japan, chairman Louis H. Hill, James Ry- per roll, she having charge of W. M. night sticks, while firemen turned

Japanese houses with bomb. to forma nearly 200 miles northwest of TokU nolds and H. P. Gainey. Edwards farm. streams of water on tho throng. I ", ,

barren space in the path of the and in Kobe, fully 350 miles south. Minutes of last meeting read and The following widow's pension After the firemen had run their apparatus ." '.

name.*. west of Tokio. The vibration seemsto approved.Bond claims were approved: directly at the surging mans
: have permeated the island trans- of J. H. Lowery, constable, Mrs. Lou Annie Griffin, Lawtey, of humanity and failed to disperse

No.1, Lawtey, presented and $10 per month. of the .
E"ery Number of rersely. district the crowd fell back. Several
the Increasing Dead Food riot have broken out in Tok I approved. Mrs. Jessie Chesser, Breaker, $10 more sturdy, however, braved. the

:-sn; Francisco 10 according to a radiogram received I Application of Mrs.( ) E. A. Fowlerfor per month. water and cut the hose lines with axes I
3.-Every re
port received from, throughoutthe onlght; by the Radio Corporation widow's pension claim presentedand Mrs. Fay Gill, Starke, $10 per and knives while those in the
day either confirmed increased from Iwaki station, 153 miles from approved and same'ordered mailed month. I I crowd threw stones at the firemen.

estimates of the havoc or wrought In Tokio. The gendarmier Is reportedo to state pension board. Geo. A. Gardiner, justice of the Chief' Tonneson in the meantimehad I

death and destruction by the quadruple ; have exerted the most strenuous Report of T. B. Johns, state prison peace, filed monthly report of fines ordered, the klansmen to leave I 1 p

catastrophe which has befallen nen,ures to suppress the disorder,, spector, aVceived and hi* report and convictions.No the building. Clambering out win- r ',1 "YrI
even attacking the rioter v th treiiiwordj. shows road camp No. 12 in good condition report of fine and convictionsfrom dows down fire escapes and through '

and also shows following: county judge and justice of the every available exit, they were met'

The advices confirmed earlier reports I Eight punishment by solitary con- peace district No. I, filed.G. by their assilanta and many hand to
Dobbed Her Hail
L \ of a great fire in Yokohama and finement ranging from silt to forty- W. ALDERMAN: hand fight ensued. I

in estimate that there had been at I I eight hours each. Clerk and Auditor. The leaders of the mob were I ,
east 100,000 casualties there. I knocked down by patrolmen when s 11 eetta

The fire, the message said, were r i ANDREWS-CREWS I relatives and friends. The happy couple they first started to advance toward.' y .
mused by or followed by the exploson left for their cozy home on West the hall, but after they had been carried M'q

,of oil storage tanks in the city I I Madison street, Starke, where they away another attack was start : 4 +

where reserves of fuel oil for the Mr. Joseph William Andrew, Sr., have gone to housekeeping.The ed. This time stones were thrown I ( ,

nerchant and naval marine were Intorage. and Miss Fannie Gaskins Crews were groom 1s one of Starke's prominent and all windows in the hall, as wellas (1 Wn
I quietly married at th. home of the buildings were I
\ citizens, highly respected by all. others in nearby n
United States destroyer left the i bride' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph The bride, the only daughter of Mr. broken. I a
for Yokohama this afternoon G. Crews, Sunday afternoon, September then ordered -
of Darien Chief Tonneson A
port Police
I I and Mn. Crews, I la a I'lm-liut, of Pennsylvania\ told
number of doctors J. T. Barnes performing y
Rev. bomb
2nd ,
; carrying a accomplished young lady and very his men to throw tear gas miner sad opemtom "1 ooalllw
and large quantities of food supplies the ceremony -in the presence of popular In a large circle of friends. and thirteen of these, the town's entire the rlxlit at mOw worker to organ' "
aid the earthquake victims in exploded. The crowd lie I reeoiiiU the rlchts of.
to friendsof supply were ,,4
having fled to place of greater safety The Telegraph joins the many to Just, returns on
the stricken city. from Mr. and Mrs. Andrew in wishing fell back but advanced again, hurlIng mine oleretorS+ 11I11 >r
according. to a landing party liirmtiuent I aui her to Cet-| .
-' the Korea Maru, whose report on them all happlnen.H. more stones. It was then that a you list the public rlshte see to l,' 3.f1. .

deCedt" AifUdred','OboD ot ChICle. I ply 40.004 Persona Left ,,in Yokohama condition was received today. Yokohama. riot call was sounded and 150 fire- rwo nls 1
of the United States
.lthJo 8< 1mu.a04. bobbed her halt: No"I'1 1Ro' I Pekln, Sepfc'SThere are but 40.K ,- last enumeration* was approximately spending the past month In Balsam, The klansmen gathered soon after &v-tllle.rey Ie p.tl.1ke not a btlrfie! 4u.fr.f'ot. .t J

tb. wbl wCp0al rule to o--Mn'breach 0' 00> persona left In the city of Yokohama 423,000. N. C., returned home Tuesday.. 8 o'clock, donned their robes and be- ,,!, QI'1t.WJil..n strike. ,." .' -
ah, .I0Ie.! OD all of the rest being dead oerEn.


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IT. G. Futch, for several days, have | week for Waycross, Ga., where she morning, and evening,
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i ij. "" to their home. will be the guest of her sister, :Mrs.B. I Last Friday, little :\111',,
,ri ; Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs airs Geo. Reddish, of Jacksonville, II. Loflin. daughter of J. V. join '
A universal custom "
+****mmmnmmKMWJnuMm99mmmnmmmM.miH'>**mnmmni>immgvm u After is visiting her grand children, :Master D.Ioore: of Theressa was at- her eighth! birthday Im .. i
S I that benefits everybody :Merrell, :Mrs. Lee Parker and Erma ; tending to business here Saturday.Mr. amusing- games were n' ,

j. Diwm Live State News > Johns this week. and :Mrs! J. Allen have been lawn. Cake and lemonml.
E:very :\Ii'sIadge: :Middlcton\ of Starke, the guests of their daughter/ Mrs. M. ed the guests. ThoR I', .'
I lyt I *mvxmmmminimmrJmmirm mm.M+*x....*_" ._<,<>VK*.VMwmwa Mnu inwM.Hin... Aids digestion, has been the guests of friends here I L .Ilanley, of Green Cove Springs, Misses Mary and Annie ,

i Told by Our Exchanges. \ :Meal cleanses' the U Sullivan and sister, :Miss Thelma The Baptist people are attending I Ruth and Virginia 1'", ,
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''It L i lOmromuIllllmmmmmmmmmMtDmmmmm.alllllWo> > I1Wmw"wmwww.lilWWmIm lUlWw.tI.IUWIlWllUIIWI! ._ I Sullivan, left Tuesday for their the revival services at Waldo, conducted Verianalre.:\[ Eugi-n,
a ; I! William O. Ferguson/ of St Petersburg A contractor clearing land near I I home in Vero, after a visit with their I by Evangelist Taylor. Marion Jones. The hit, ',

dl t {! died at a local hospital two Knights, ( station had his workmen pry grandparents, Mr. and :Mrs David I :Mrs. :M. L. Andreu and daughters, calved many beautiful
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I'U' Jones. Gladys and Edna, of Leesburg, are ttifts.
hours after G+king nn overdone of a upon old stump which had a hollow I
; sedative, believed to have been taken spate' under it. When the stump came I Leo Clayton and sister, Miss Pearl ;I the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ R. L. Dirt and d] ,
,I with suicidal intent up the men heard) the ominous sound good thing will leave this week for their homa :Mrs. T. !M. Hagan, this week. elyn, returned to then h"'
of a rattler and 1 upon examination I in Fort Payne, Ala I Rev. W. E. Daugherty will preach Monday after a short .t t to>
f f Apparently lulled! with an axe, JaR.I they found a regular snake family, to remember <.," .' Mrs. W. R. Jackson will leave this at the Christian church next Sunday, I ville.AHCM .

I ; 1 Culton 70, of Palm Bench, was found consisting of the mother and twentytwo Sealed! .in rte:'t I. '--- ---. --.... -.. --- .-- ---- -
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''I : i i I at hi* home six miles went of Palm youngsters. its Purity ,,\\. -

u1 : 1 Heath by a negro ice deliveryman, oIgs "' : )') I waLL "LL"' I wails.
; 1 I : who( called at the house at 8 o'clock. Information conveyed to Senator I OSCAR THE rOING .
HOME t.LOw'WHO l"I2oPo''EiD" :; N.'Ie" c.o/ll4 eU VOWAJ<5 MAN vJNA7 .
.i' Fletcher by the secretary of the Interior r. ;;" r f'Pac I ..- I
'R ," i u \ The Southland Citrus Product Co. indicates that the departmentwill 1>. SWEET TO FANNV VVANTVTO 'TO MY O Oo 6H1Wtt I ARC POU i
of Lakeland hint booked an order from soon .commence an investigation isJK TALK. TO I"IAn'flNJ" THAT' TNINKINO
a firm of food brokers for a minimum through the bureau of mines of peat ; THE! ,*? 'j YOU! PUM9tU. BUT l Ort
r q of 1,200,000, cans of grapefruit pert ? deposits in Florida, with a view to l riAVOR:: LASTS HOME I'LL' GO IN AN' I II
+ i year for a Hummer of years with a developing additional fuel fields) thru lEI:. ""M! I t

f o I i I possible maximum of 2,500,000 cans. I utilization of peat as a fuel and for I t ff"
production of commercial by-prod was remarkably free of demenns tra- O o 1 '
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i I The preliminary workjrv, ..onnection : ucts. tions of any kind, there being only an Oscar 6 1 a C
R r ,., ;' with the build .. rff he new $1,000- I occasional outbreaking of handclap- Ird P. I,,_ t a't'

r. '.f 000 l>rl:!"Us: .t// 'The Florida East Coast Knocked from the seat of his auto J ping. In coming to Bonifay to open ..
d i" i'' 'jy' I ii-lroad: noross the St. Johns river at truck when the radiator cap of the his campaign he said he did so because y P e
I' Ir '! ,..i'Jacksonville will be started next week machine blew off and struck him in he opened his campaign for -byTerry / 6CiI
I I ..' and n period of eighteen months will the face, Leslie Graves, of Tampa, governor here before and that it gave I
; be required to complete the spun, it is died Saturday afternoon from concussion him good luck. lie said l that he had: _
i'' : / '" said. of the brain. A companion on opened his campaign against Senator son I t : N -

''t.. the seat with him tried to prevent Fletcher at Inlet Beach and that "the ,

r I It is predicted! that Florida's next him from falling, but Graves plunged old Catt" ha
rn' I i crop of orange will reach 20,000,000 backward into the roadway. lie was skinning in all his life. I

boxes, which means that Florida will niched to the hospital where it was w-w-wH"( BR. ) with TAkB 'u' W-WgLLf MOW Aiiilo

I "' produce enough oranges for every found he was dead. Deputy Sheriff Williams of -"n- NOTHING / yAMNO OPP YouaSSL* ) I
k? 4 I/1,1 I t man, woman and child in the United ford, received medical attention at Poa l A MtNOTB AND MAN' OP YoVAM tSxS% I
4? i States to put their teeth into about It. K. Givens and associates of Mobile : Chattanooga following a battle on a v. egM1114 QUt4TWNl ARS THEtte, 4.9

4 I two dozen of this luscious fruit. have purchased tho 10,000 acres Southern railway passenger train at OO YOU THINK YoO L Slf ? y 7
j of standing timber on what is known I that point Saturday afternoon with CAN 'SUPPORT A 1 4 ? P l lt

u I A fleet of |inwpr !floats and a power as the Fullin/rton/ place, in this county Jesse McBride, a negro, who he was FAMILY ? ?,
,1' drl' I
the past sixty days, and have planted, 1 000. The timber will be cut there- Ind., n* a fugitive! from justice. Grabbing : QIf
( r : 71,250 barrels. of live oysters on tho from but title to the land will remain the officers' pistol the negro shot ti :
public reefs of the state Those reefs In the Fullington family. The Williams through the leg and then
a will be, closed for one year in orderto pine lumber on the land is said, to dived through a closed window to the

give tho small oysters an opportunity represent! an average cut of ten yearsor ground, although the train was running s y % 1J
: 4 to grow to marketable size. more on a limited, scale. I 30 miles an hour. The officer also -
-I was cut by flying glass. McBride

Itr t Following the success attained by With his pocKets rifled and suffering is still at large, though -ifflcrrs tirescouring :
a potato growers at Hastings, farmers from u blow on the bead, a man the surrounding territory. :__ TRYING PAIQ.TO OfPEARS PAHS

,' of the LaCrosse section plan the or- "h ing his name as Egan;; of Daytona Handcuffs are still locked on oar of I P ,..t t 'A '
; i tfnrmnt.ion of a potato growing association was picked up on tho Del.and road. his wrists. They were taken olf the 1 d; G '
to market all potato crops Accordinl to his story he was drivinga other when the negro complained! of i
raised in Aluchtm county during tho truck to the East Coast and gave a them being so tight they caused his i
coming Benson. The association will ride to two white boys who requesteda arm to swell j I
h bo formed within n few days. lift. At u point on the road one of

the boys struck Egan on the head, Driving insanely ate Monday at I

1, Transactions, or the banV' of the rendering him unconscious. The truck Pablo Peach) to win the race in whichhe
Jacksonville) Clearing Association ac"v.rding was then run into the ditch and his was! third after a punctured tire

; to the figures given to the pockets rifled. had wrapped around the axle of his

4 banking section of the federal reserve car, Jimmy Hurst 2.J. an amateur
board, amounted to $51,221,000 during RussellVoods., engineer on the log automobile driver, was instantly kill-
t the month of August up to and I' train operated by the Standard Lumber ed, and his mechanb;ian Walter Jones otorarun

including August 30, which is an increase Co., in Jefferson county, was instantly escaped with a few minor Injuries
of $1,418,000. over the month killed when the engine was I when the car turned over. While the
of, July. bucked over him, severing his head mechanician pounded his fists on
from the body. The negro fireman Hurst's back and screamed, begginghim better

) The business of growing bananas was on the engine and not" inn bad I to stop, the youthful driver nod- on

d commercially in Florida has increas- been seen of the engineer for sometime ded his head and applied more speed
the fireman backing the engine to the car. It swung into the curveon
-d rapidly. One man of Oldsmnr
directly over the shoulders of Woods, the seventh lap of the 30-mile race
more than ((5,000 bunches while
5 grew before it known he under the
was was making nearly a mile a minute. The
many others produced between 1,000
engine.! car turned suddenly on the curve The
j nail 5,000 bunches. Several 40-acre
1 tracts are being prepared for planting -- I wheels threw a screen of sand into CROWNGASOLINE
During his winter vacation in this the right.
in October. Florida the air, then it swung! to
'I / produces a I
state, a New Englander ate a bag of Jones! was thrown clear of the car
I larger number of bananas than all
other Southern states combined. tho Everglades peanuts sold on the I and landed, on his face. The car toppled
I street of a Florida east coast city. over to one side. It turned >ver
)Ho( noted the of oil in large
f presence and came to a stop upside down. The
Joe Conyers, negro stevedore, In quantity and brought the fact to the I driver was extricated and physicians'
t Jacksonville, was beaten almost un- attention of associates in his firm. Investigation I said his neck had been broken.As .
conscious Sunday night by three negroes resulted in the purchaseof I
one blind!, another minus! of
72,000'IIcrel of Everglades muck
the result of a gun fight between
his right arm and the third with a I
sites for warehouses and docks on the ofllcers of Baker county and a negro
peg leg, will have plenty of time to cast and, announcement that it will desperado near Olustee early Sunday
1 I train to fight the blind battler who
plant the acreage to peanuts, shjp the morning, Deputy Sheriff Hodges 1 hI
: gave him another beating in jail for, I
x I nuts to a New England port, crush I, wounded having been shot through
a yesterday Municipal Judge! Dcckham the nuts to extract the oil and use i if .
I( both wrists; Capt. Thompson, captain Ooooo ooooo
.sentenced him to fifteen days. I in a cooking compound or vegetable of convicts at Knabb's camp is ,rs
y' 1 -- I fat. painfully wounded with a bullet in
i Officials) at the Georgia & Florida I I his thigh, and Sam Hayes, the negro,
: railway have been prospecting south I Rev. George W. Messenger, J r.8, of II Is doad. It seems that Hayes had,
t t Madison: with a view of extending! Jacksonville, who says he has been tanked up on bad whiskey and was

'l 1 the railway to the Gulf of :Mexico, to an ordained minister for forty years, ': stationed at a small drink stand at aI ,

,,1 build either to the mouth of the Su- was seized In his home Sunday by''i:I!I lumber camp near Olustee, shootinghis I *
.,' ; I wannee river or to Dcadman's bay. three men, one of whom cut off his pistol and generally terrorizingthe IMWWWW < V
h Arrangements have been made for a hair and beard while the other two ,I negroes of the
boat line to St. Petersburg and Tampa held 1 him. The trio visited him about II i were sent for and attempted to place

,fc; also a line into Cuba and South noon, told him he had been preachingto the negro under arrest. The negro
American ports ,. negroes and that they were going I I Ito began shooting'as soon as the officers
"- give him a hair cut and shave to | arrived and they returned the fire.
) show their disapproval. lie started j During the shooting which wounded
I' eidtAdt011D1C1L1CSCYSglallfitI .i ijl to run but was caught, forced into a I'| the officers, the negro was wounded JPure Powerful MotorFuel
II chair and held there until his!\ hair several times. The officers finally! left
I General' and beard had fallen. Rev. :Messenger him and securing an automobile wentto

jl admitted appearing before a negro :Macctvnny where they notified

., Insurance I ,'unIl1'ea! tlon. Sheriff Joe Jones-, Jr. Always Better

The water hyacinth, fast becoming If.tMPTONfampton : .
a scourge of south Florida inland wa-

.; I terways, has for the first time ap- ,I [ Sept. 7.-A family dinner POLAR INE OIL
pear in quantity in Lake Worth and I was given at the home of Mrs. T.
-f t I I! Real Estate in the Everglades drainage canals. I J. Durdcn, the guests being Mrs.

I Loosened\ by high waters from their j I Durden's daughters Mrs. H. F. Chester Best Lubrication
I moorings in the Kisstmmee river and and Mrs. V. L. Geiger, of Brown- for
; other tributaries! of Lake Okecchobee : vllle, W. E. HutchInson and Mr.. V.
+ PEEK & BURNS I Immense islands of them have floated L. Knight.

down the lake and washed! into the I I Rev; Burke filled his) appointmentat :
I canals. A solid mal of the water- ,tho Methodist church Sunday Buy at the pump with the Crown sign.
"Not too bin for small businessnor
1 clogging plants five miles in length morning and evening.
too small for big business"Your formed last week in the Ilillsboro Canal O. L. Beasley of Starke was the

I and backed up the water. Crews guest\ of his uncle, A. A. Durden last
''I i Business hi Cordially So- of men are now removing them from Tuesday.!\ STANDARD OIL COMPANYINCORPORATED
.y f licited. the canals 1IillsIyrtle:: Glyson of Lake Geneva -

/ I Is the guest of her sister Mrs. G.
Office with C. 1.. Peek & Son Ex-governor S. J. Catts opened his W. :Martin.
campaign for governor at Bonifav on Miss Knight, of Lake Butler was
Telephone 83 Monday night. People from all sections business visitor here this week.
r of the county and adjoining :Mr.: and :Mrs. A. A. Futch who
counties were present. The meeting have been the guests of his brother.
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,I' 1.\ .r.STER WHISKED TO atives for a few days! Mrs. B. Perkins 7th and 8th. cr-O"" Q" (, ,p D 'onue.,.. I Lee Mann and- brother were In ourcommunity 1 The Quinine 7, kt liars "INnt ytlec-'-.-", taco e +,

8l.K( BT 50 MILES AN noun :Misses Ethel nick and Winifuv Pi of. Duval, 9th and 10th. :.," U':';? ': ci'io l t, ;IN:. Ii .[':.u ,.r a l'''. Sunday Ths', a' ro, I I. 1'M
1.1'y" Kimberly were visitor to Ocala Oil M.: ;and Mrs.\ J..1. McLeod\ :Mr. and ..,. her i or one .......... C w r.t' I, :Miss' Geneva Itarrell( left I ""\" .(.' '>11:<. I ..', 'ra
Monday !""I all .t I
",\.. Q Funeral Has Police Sunday: Mrs.:\ in-oixc; white :Mrs. A. :M. Blanchard :V.. ..,. (.'tINE' ..... r,. on "box. 30a, for f.nOoase.. where she will attend /,, '. ." II n.,

'k ..;..cort to Cemeteryk Miss Elithe Collins, of Starke, arrived :Mr. and :Mrs. J. B Dye, Misses UIt.\l>KOKI> -ihool. I

I Sunday and opened the Clay Wilma, Louise and Nellie Mae Blanchard I C. :M. Andreu and W. It!. Hnrrell

,.1 Au('. 30.-Through a : Hill school Monday morning with II spent Labor day at Kingsley 'I IInke. Bradford, Sept. 7.-\'. Russ and were Worthington Saturday '

,rbidly curious men and I (large enrollment of pupils. family, of Brooker, passed through :M. I. llnrrell and N. G. Hayes ..'. -

with expectancy of the Mrs. Richard English, of DeLand, Dr. Powell will preach morning and hero enroute to Olustee Sunday.S. I were in \\'orthinlCtonIondll: )'.
i gun play, Kid\ Dropper,, arrived Monday for a visit with her evening Sunday at Grace :l1"thodistrhurch. C. A'ulreu was In Brooker Sat-

i ,,m Side gang leader, on parents Mr. and Mrs E. L, Griftls. Morning topic, "The Power urday.N. II NOTHING LIKE IT ON EARTHTho

Ht whisked In a hearse E. L. Griffis returned Monday froma of an Endless Life" Evening) topic,, G. linyos was in Worthington now' treatment, for torn flesh, I'utlll,
'it, 50 mile an hour, tog trip to DeLnnd., "The Trial and Triumph of Faith." Monday. wounds, Horen' or Inrerntioim", that i is doing!:
G. H. Barker such wonderful work ill flesh heating/ IK
the B. B. Williamswere
in quietestn
'", sleep School opened here Monday with tho Boroiono bquillUllll powder oomUmnUou -
East !New York cemo- visitors to Jacksonville Sunday,. SAMPSON CITY Miss Lottie Gainey as teacher. t1'1'11 Inllmt. Tho! < li llonuiouo la
Mrs A. K. Williams anti B. B. Wil- Livingston! and Wilson Runs and :A lowerful{ ontixeptic. gist\ pnrilieH tho
., liams business visitors wound of, all jmimim and infections '
were over to (germs;
*"' ..rtoge escorted by ppliee.lutriders Green Cove Sampson City, Sept. 7.-M >sllrs. A.I Troy Andrey, of Brooker, were over whilo tho Horoionii i owiler M the (treat: / .
sped through Springs Tuesday. K. Smith nnd W. J. Robernon)' here Sunday. I healer. There u nothing like it on earth \\Je Grind Our Own Lenses .
traffic, the wheels of Jus- Lot-hloosn)' spent the week-end here M. L. Hnrrull attended church at for HXMH| |, wifely" and rflii-ieni-y. l'ril'oh'1l1hl I
( ) 30p. HOo and $1."O. Powder 30o
L.IR TRY New "
,rc\olving at equally high with relatives. Hops Sunday and 60c. (Sold by NODELAY"y
iiniih his slayer Scarcely Amos Brannen, Misses Addie Mae Dave Dukes, of Alachua, passed I A
i All Drug :otores; Gainesville.
n \fe reached the cemetery Lnwtcy, HI'I>t. 7.-:Mrs.! :M. E. Edwards nnd Jessie' Belle Raulerson of Lake through here Sunday en route to New 44 .

,"I, ame that the grand juryd and children returned home on Butler, motored here Friday and visited Hope. tSIANPABDFpqOYLAeS .
Louis Cohen, youthfulthe Saturday from an auto trip to several friend Misses Ella Mae paten, Virginia A Fine Tonic. : i .

Little Augie: /gang: for towns in North Carolina. R. L. Gibson, of Gainesville, spent Weeks, Messrs. Lucian and Ralph

mourners for the Dropper, week from South Carolina, where he Messrs. T. V. Williams, T. C. Thomas Sunday. I ,

u name was Jack Kaplan, spent several weeks. Joe Williams and Dogan Nabb Livingston Russ, of Brooker, was CHILL" TONIC Prevents and Relieves s n
d I their homes after the In- :Miss Flossie Terry returned to her motored to Jacksonville Wednesdayon ", tho guest of N. G. Hayes Saturday ; t
and work in business. night and Sunday. Makaria.. Chi I and Fever Dencue
c hen, all his swagger Jacksonville! Friday, after '1'' "pj

me was facing Judge Ma- spending a few weeks here with her Mrs. Burnum and children from .. .. _. ... : ;
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"n asking,: for the appointment parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Terry. Gainesville were visitors here Sunday t r.J

to defend him. Mr. and Mrs. George White and afternoon. ?,M

THvcrful,, gang, at whose bid- little daughter/ of Jacksonville, were Messrs. Pagan Nabb and Joe Wil- .

nllegcd: to have shot the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J, McLeodthe !Hums motored to Starke Sunday.T. .. LLc 0 G6 f ... : rSfpTFpgf
down Tuesday in front of week-end. C. Thomas was a business visi- I c
it dv PR IIP "
i Market court, had forsaken L. H. Hill was transacting business l- tor to Palatka Saturday i ( ll

it in Starke Monday. Ray Goodge, of Lake City, spent ,

Th Dropper's funeral, heralded in Mr. and Mrs. C F. Barber, of Mac- the week-end here with relatives. ,

in ,,, ir il rumors as the signal for clenny, were the guests of !Mr. and Mrs. Hall Pellot, of Gainesville,

? ,unreuk of gang fighting provid- Mrs. J. W. Barber Thursday. visited Mr. and Mrs M. Varnes Sun- d

inin""" excitement for the thou- J. E. Powell motored to Lawtey on .s+' 1 LIKii w'' tALL'
cathat crowded the streets about Friday from Winter Haven. returning L. Johns was a visitor to Poe THFc i

.t fi, n.'ral parlor where the gang- home Saturday, accompanied by Springs Sunday. \\ MJN1H6N/ 'ra

I 'i\" lay. But there was nome Mrs. Powell and daughter, who have Jet Davis, of Waldo, spent the v .. ra ar THE YEAi:
been' spending a few days here with weekend( here with his family SEPT.ON

I' mil detectives, sprinkled in relatives. E. D. Jones, of White Springs, :9 '

'i the milling crowds, arrested Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Blnnchard spent a few days here last week with .

+o'CI 'n,>n of the "Kid Dropper's and daughter, Nellie Mae, are spending relatives l1Hfl! :

R iirr. Riders," who attempted to the week here with relatives. Theyare E. II. Smith and Miss Ruby Gardiner -

maintain' an auto patrol before the en route to their home in Fort of Gainesville, motored here on

ian'"' They searched dozens of hard Pierce from an auto trip through Sunday; afternoon. ,,

fa d' non who circulated through southern Alabama. 9 J \ r .
'I i ,road 1, or sat in automobiles at Charles S. Hill was 'I visitor, to THE FLORIDA SANITARIUM I ( 'iQ

"i il'b hut they found no fire arms. Jacksonville Saturday and Sunday. .tn?

A On Dropper's plain coffin was i iI' Miss Daisy Moore spent the weekend Florida Sanitarium and Ilonoital' ,

> n, .'".m the chapel, fire fighting II III at home at Theressa.
Orlando, Fla. Medical, surgical, ma-
.1.11 t mi- dashed up, summoned by Mr and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, .Jr.,
n liarm-whether accidentally J of Starke, were visitors to Lawtey on ternity, capacity 100 patients. Equip- I
malt, ously turned in, nobody I Sunday. ment modern, rest, diet, physiological Itc I

Through the apparatus and :Miss Ruby Tanguary, of Denver, therapeutics. Unexcelled in the south- t ,
\. i ted crews the Dropper's fu- Colo., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. I i east. 625tf. 6, 4 -

mra hearse dashed, followed by two H. Hill. I n ."
lunmioliilcs bearing members of his Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wells were visitors I 1 'afT0.ANSf0ptt9Jb

'nmtnd> nine others with members to Starke Monday I STARKE MAN'S LUCKY FIB;

1' mug and detectives, strange- Mrs. Annie Brown Barrett, of 'FV
o t
>,ui in the flying procession Theft Jacksonville, was, the guest Sundayof S 'Trti' Bo'(. s
WiN Interest Rjaders, of the Tele- t
I) 'J" i I' young wife, his mother, hisi her mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards.

i .nl,' two of his brothers were Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke, graph. II.1 i ii
mourners save for the little was transacting busines sin Lawtey, Those having the ni.sfortuna to suffer
of the week. from ickaclie! ur'naiy; Ulsoidorti, 1.C
1 ,pf loyal I gangsters/ :: the first
i i n to Mount Hebron ccmc.iccomplished !Mrs.\ Catherine Teare left Mondayfor gravel, dropsical swo'.llng.rlnuinatle: !
or other kidney and 1 adder l
through halt- Orlando where she will spend a
disorders, will read wIth grnt'ncatlonthis
.t. of nearly 50 month with friend
at a speed
oncou-nnlnp: ; I'lal'HII'nt! by a .
nour. To avoid pursuit by Mrs. C. J. Hofma, of Tallahassee, !
Starke mnn. Ask :your no'g'ibnr
M" liters, who, it had been re- joined Mr. Hofma here Friday and L. H. Knnliirin.' / re Ire I I traveling RICHARD LLOYD JONES l ::1tJat&
i '!tinned to interfere, orders they are located (in one of the A. :M. man Main I bt.: .. 'YII "! had a great Etiauette i

'. with traffic patrolmen to Blanchard. cottages. deal of trouble.. with my kidneys SAYS -J cJti>2S '
raffle behind the cortege at R. L. Bohnnnnn spent Sunday in gome years agj. There Will a sore i .11

'' of at least a quarter of a Jacksonville. ness actors tut lltU..:! of ray back. and f Hike and LearnNo .'IiI it 1 ',i iJmYJ ,
!Mrs T. J. Terry and daughter; !Miss\ I felt pretty lame. I suffered with severe .. \ .'
Claude, were visitors to Jacksonville pnint: In t"io back of my head .:.Y.tCa: ellgertteii'Ui > ,. .
secured In a h'ur.: A Ana/ i/mmti'mft, oil / '
Ilir.HLANp Friday. and pverjth'ng mnn run KNOW tlm enrlh who him not wiilUeil upon n. Tim / In iitu'llu antu'iirvil, in. 6 r
Clyde Rowe, Fonso Griflis, Robert neighbor atlvlrod me to try Uoan'iKidney boy who .tlrovu tow-imilu almitc the Uilu (Ciinul know New Yolk m, noImy lila column/ if ailtremad, titMflit {
II Moore and Robert Dinkins returned Pills' and they helped me from can who today rides. !rout All uny to ItnlTnlo on lliu 1 Dinnlr.: .. slam cure of tide nvici-
'h'and, Sept 7.-Chas. George, -
the start. One box of U""n'8 cured J'; lIreNR. jiapir.Snmu .
t''usiness visitor to Maxville ont home Saturday from Anniston, Ala., mPn Indian reckoned time by nights ((1111 wo "do fiy .dove). a plniv. wan' .*4 +
"ia.'! where they have been in the U. S. 1'rlce fiOi; ,. at ail dearer Don't' 110 many 1I11ottJII' UWII.V. The nl/(ht ineiiNitred tlu-lr mnri-li. reiidor from (JenwvUv.
rmiri.Slack, of Jacksonville, was training camp. simply ask lor u kl<1.Jey reuelly-get: i iDoan'lI Walk fr"lIIlhcht tu nluht cross thu plums and| lily jour day'sexperletiro Mont., hnv written in, n letter H,
Mr. and :Mrs. J. B. Dye and J. B. that I upon the mop of Afrlen, nml }ou will /u".t lii'Kln to .KeiiHo HID, UHklnif for flu /niiMuer to certain
ft. Pills-the same
quest" of G. H. Barker Thursday KI"uy
lonely vastness of the vshnru's! snudaLitt fjueHltoim. 'J'lirreri'lH I Mhilll devotethin .
rd i Friday.Mr Jr., of Jacksonville, spent the week Mr. K.i. man had. 1-03t81'.r.1l1rn Co ,'a golconda" In. found hy tired, feet, Iet riett to earth It yo't iirlli-l. to Ihrlr IntorvHtK. and .,,
,md 1 Mrs. B. F,. Hazen, of end with Mr and Mrs. A. M. Blanch- Mfrs.. UulTiiIn N. Y. would know It. Tim youth who In rarrled I readies\ uiiiiiliuod, huiulleii' |>|>ed.. It limy Interest others. aim. ).
1t1k"I', left for their home Sunday I ---. !He him to learn how to march while the bathe l of life Is nn.KuHklii M!
iff ardMr. and 1\rs. Truby Willis and "Riot" that the (children' of the rleh nlVn !jei-t tint", worst """UI'II- I en r A. 1..111- d
r .pending: a few day here the Lake Calomel of lion of protection., : vlieren the poor' often !g/.t thu best' ilnciitlon. furliutlilnu. "What !It. thu proper way t,) re-I
>l ,""' of II. C. Wimberly and fam- children visited relatives In Robs hHiiiim) they net, lute the common Hrliiml.' of hunt. UhiH'kM. fune a man a iliineo uheii jmi. have '
i Butler Sunday. A tired log innkes the wholu world real. Ir will niaUx n NiiiiNetKlorloiin. not. jet 1 tin 'next taken and do not
W (c.; Crews made a business trip Truby Wainwright transacted bus Nausea and DangerMedicinal / It U a kind school\ that Net u boy down in tho nil.Mlu' of it wUIi to lie I, rude. ?" Simply nay Ihl,.
' !I"" ,mt! iness with the county school' board wild wood and tells. him to walk nit t. "'I ha nk jon, hut' I do not think [I'll\ "
Pity Sunday Privately we commend thi toy Keotitu. nUll tin 'iunii I'lre fllrU. dunce thiN niiinliirr.' I feol a bit
\h W. J. Hardee and children, of Monday. Many pnrentH who approve' of the "lilUe" wound he Iho llrnt' to protunt tired" That im nil that I b UUCVHunry. 1i
Hr 's, r, left Saturday for Hampton Prof. Duval spent the week end nt Virtues Retained and ImprovedDangerous against' Ito iiilopllon .im part of the Hi-hool, fiirrleiiliiin. "'/ ." y?
. I'rlvnlely/ rtirulueleil, they call the "blltu" wh"II.ltnIlIUl.1, a
-"1 her brother, R. L. Crews, be- Hampton. and Sickening / a '
, David !Moore\ of Jacksonville, spent recreation. PuMli-ly couduitcd 1 they would. cull It luiioidiim| !, nnd, un. I'enr A. ia"dn"tl'hnt :- ,;
I turning to their home.Mi Removed. Perfected Tab- ,
Qualities warranted hnnlnlilri. N tin ,reel way to en- + y
." W. u. Wimberly left Sunday the week-end at home. let called "Calotabs.. Our private luipnlms,! ,, are generally right. Our greatest difficulty I I. tnrtnln H young nmn when h.. inukenu 15
1 '!r'mpn'. where fine will visit rel- Miss Ethel Drawdy of Jacksonville, that we have not yet lUll I'lli'd to ,do our beset" thlnits toicether. Afternoon, 11111"" ThU till d"i>eiidnon
spent Saturday and Sunday here with The campfire ceinentn the heart and enrlrhe. the nii-niorlu, of cinn- the iitilllty' of the hoHtenH. You y
and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. ral1l1a a* no wIIU.reul4tOt ,teHm rll'lIltor111I' ever tin I, have, often liennl flu |iirimi, ""v"r
her uncle of modern science -
The latest triumph '
ASPIRINSay CopyrlgUt! .9JJ br RIchard Lloyd JanM the 11'11-111'11|' Well that' muiiiiH live It rid
W. Barber.T. is a "de-nauseated" calomel tab -:.".lgrltl rl I ,; J. Terry was a visitor to Starke let known to the drug trade as 'Calo \ 1i ."rv" your frlmiil\ with KOIIIU light x,
Sunday. tabs." Calomel, the most generally ,.. brink snob a* ten or lemonade, A ;'

"Bayer" and Insist! Mr. and :Mrs R. E. Blanchard visitorsto and useful of all medicines thus enters on fw with small the cake drink or crHekem Thin gives Rhoiildro a ( t

Mrs. Butler Blanchard were a wider field of popularitypurifiedand d llhtfnl I uhaiic to talk and vwtaogUnlntw.1
Starke Monday. refined from those objectionable !but It thin bOf>m.M tlr<*. P 0
!Mrs J. W. Hall and( children, of qualities which have heretofer limitedits ennui try a little. curd KIIIII that .
QaQ Jacksonville, spent several days here both know. If jour roller prefer
Dan- use. to go out, have it crofjuat gnain, tuu-
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs In biliousness, constipation, head- nl., or take/ n lung country walk ) '
LS iel Futch. aches and indigestion, and in a great Some folk may think a bride In June AflarwariVi bring him tu to hUll
Charley Burck was a visitor to IK. aweeter'n any other Lrldu-while otb.reelalum 'A "little tea." A very UManr. aftcruoou t y
Jacksonville Sunday. variety of liver, stomach and kidney g %:: -s= I the harvest moon held\ vlrtucn not luiy !be passel> this w.y. 4; a t .
and Robert Blanch- troubles calomel was the roost sue- to lie denied. !Still others., that UvomveniciiKeil
Julius Eunice Ken elllfllJ) remedy, but its use was often.eglecte.i Q from courtuhlp. la the rex'liir way. tHou A."Hhimld. Led., t-
ard returned to their work at account of its sickening would like to hare their we neth Tuesday, after spending Sunday on and aloii: about TbaukHtflrln' Day I If nnp- Immediately they are "lIftt...l at a t ,.
:Monday at their home here. qualities. Now it Is the .4 dale. on an April morn endow the bride table, or wait until nerved AItueet 1.
and Lake Butler, was the I most pleasant of medicines to take. 114 with Hinllei an' team, fI ,..mher'.. bride may put their nijikln In their t
Mr. Byrd, of One Calotab at bedtime, with a swallow 3 might ilwell. forlorn-with frosted heart, lap al soon se the hostess hat' taken
guest Saturday of his daughter, Mrs i that's all. No taste, f/If fifty yean. And no-with every lier from the tuhle ThU In 1I1u.-. I "
Truby Willis. month-we hear some hoodoo In its railst ally Immediately, I The "iinfuJdliitf", C :t I*I3'
I von me the name "Bayer" on and Mrs. L. A. Marr motoredto ''no griping, no nausea, no salts. A or threat-aud that' thu reason now-I condHt In opening the napkin lust ft-'
r., '': ;" on tablet you are not got1 !Mr. and Sunday and good nights sleep and the next morn I .., tear-thAt Homo ,,f lie ain't married yetis I Dee and laying IIIIIltbwllt"| acrow'
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-I' .7 physicians over twentytwoJ"1" Monday with relatives.! I Cnpl'l In hie came ; mot marrlwlfolk tlrdy' '
mil( :Macclenny I liver, a purified system a ap- rr 1 T /
proved safe by million. for Miss Louise Blanchard of that I hare saw, were tied an.
"'M., .. Hee/lach Labor day here with her petite. Eat what you please. No {, protty much the Nuns w.". And. I>ear A. r.'a i"If -
1 r spent danger. while the scientific mind explore tlte you are a guest at dinner and
Lumbago parents.The t matrimonial pill your iiliuut of ...water what
I 1, pulse, we uilahty nearly al-
araoh Rheumatism month of the school began Calotabs are sold only in original, t iiilil?"
second waye dad that dater don't rigger In r""*uJts. should >e or A a apology
s"iiralgi Pain, Pain Monday. Teachers as follows: sealed package, price thirty-five It feller fall to crab their peaoh t<> toe hostess U all rviulred.. "1 am
A'cet, -Bayer Tablet of Aspirin" T. Moore, chart and pri cents for the large family package, till roT June baa dltted by, I'd stick vary lorry tu huve been w> very
nnlt; Each unbroken / contain Mrs. J. cents for the small, trial package. round In easy reach, en' try.to laud bee cJum y." or word. to that effert I la t "
Proper d.rection. ; Dandy/ boxee of mary. ten refundbe In .1nl,. Ttumf bliss enough la ewHcUnt It thfx la na matt!.
tw"''ve ,tablets l cost few cent. Drug Mrs. G. W. Roberts, 1st and 2nd Your druggist is authorized to married life fer lade and lender one aodall t M roar perU folded napkin 187 l t
Ir''"*' :L.>10 lieU boUle. of 24 and 100. thoroughly delighted with Calo- I n A.'f!ptrm,, ta the of trade mark of Bayer of irades.Miss Daisy Moore, 3rd and 4th. ; the price as a guarantee that you will .... "''hiivln' ,none at all. th'-r! If there !I. s .!, ?1-f 1",1'j
lloooaoetioacideeter 6th 7-6-13t -- -
y ado Mrs. George Anderson, 5th and tabs.-(Adv.) 'I'.l

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I imum :1.\'" of taxes allow.d for such district ImMftutfonn. when uuchiucl.. ,
1 t MOTHER GOOSE PARTY social, piltkal and economic life of to it. I hurte my hand thursday .irom J mills to 10 mills although the time m- of having tauuht fur tics .I'
Bradford County Telegraph I terxeiilnu between such election' and the last lifter graduation
the comunlty and the wet influence cause the teeth billie Jones usto preceding election *held in such district I.I. in S..... 8. This act shall b, rw S
-.--- aful I a man lea* thu ntwo year Hut when an'election J. 1123.\)
::= and domineering wus sharpe. saw
,, :: : Little Miss[ Margaret: NcflT-; celebrated was uncompromising w once held In any district after the mtltlcatmn Approved May 14, II''". '
: } I. fr her seventh birthday Wednesday ,- and scoffed at the efforts of the automobile turn turtle the other and adoption ui said amendment winch .
Published weekly nnd entered as I The ahall be considered the orficmal election un. (CHAPTER ', ,
afternoon by giving Mother: I Woman's Christian Temperance Un- I' right near the aquarium. der existing laws. other elections' therein. shallthereafter AN ACT to amend ticiti'.,n,

I I .J :: second class matter, at the post I fioMM-; party to a large number of her ion and kindred helpful influences was leaking in the kitchen the I provided.. be Provided held bi-vunially.the election only for un the herein increase a.I.0 chapter provide 7t10M. laws for of compultlunce Florida., '

patiently working through their day hut it's alright now. I put a j "f mtlliiKu for the purposed hur.jinstnU'd In i
y'4 office at Stnrke, Florida. little friends, at the home of her parents campaigns the state of ItoiM.i 5 I
thu board of public
0:====--7-' -- Mr. and :Mrs. E. R. NefT, on N. of education to eradicate the under it. jllmmy.TELE instruction mum b" of initiated cud county by or by the tru.u .-- parent between fcuardian certain or niri'tt.utlut III"t s I' ,i icuHtudy I'|

Wnlnut liquor evil. Now that the saloon has tees ( Mind special tux district or by both control or chnrut. ,..i
K.: a MATTHEWS. Editor and Own.r street. bodice or by petition of one-fourth of I thuguullued such. children. to school ,
j From) four to six: the little people been banished. many homes have heenunltt.d. (;R.\I'II'S HONOR: ) vlettors residing. within such ..,.- of enforcement nf t tineitna nnnlties <>,;-
1 1t del. ( tax school district.f for violations thirioi
enjoyed, themselves immensely with savings accounts started (and f J. 'i hat suction 671 \4101.' revisedwimrul ite It unacted by the leifislatur.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I the and that others increased) and business men Names of Thoxe Who Paid :;; statuu of Honda, relutinK to duties of FheridatSection
many gomes surprises
be ruined in such diet ruts band ..
'ns to money 1. That section
I' :Mrs. Net had so charmingly planned see the benefits resulting from changing -. tion Duringu u!in,
the flow of to their business :a* f follow l ; I rend an follow* j
for the afternoon. A pink and blue money
; See. 5. The .. ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I' Sec. 671. 1410) Duty of trustee as to county bstructloh '
color !scheme wa!!. carried out, the places rather than the saloons; R. S. Powell E. B. Shipman, money to be rumcd. -It shall be the duly of In each county'_ .

I I P Year _un__ .._ ._________$2.00 decorations being of pink zinnias and the rural districts of the country are I I I Ball, Mrs.: P. It!. Dyal M. G. !! 'I July then in trustees each year on or to before prepare thu an first itemized day .of.- and directed officers' ,to us appoint may bi"ndanca .,in.,,

I : ferns. Little Miss !Margaret wore a free from the pest and evil influence II. K. Crpsby, A F Griffl. L B. timnto nhowuitr the amount of money nvccanaiy 'faithful execution of the ,ji...
h I ami: likely: to be ramvd for tha etippleIUL'flt act and to prescribe the ditltto .
.j I dainty white frock and pink ribbons of the small rural and cross road saloon I J. L. Parmenter, G. M. Inmnn of the county achool funds appropriated" be under the supervision ,it(
I : T.IP.TO JACKSONVILLEIn ( cntminjc acholHHtio officer, or officers, ansi tu, ,tl '
i and men and women more than Hayes, II. Y. Brown U. D. i, tu the district for the next %
gracefully receiving her guests and of said .
of mil. nttenilunce olFicer
> ,..r. und u certilty" therein thu rate i illx
tH 4 he gifts they presented. I ever before are for prohibition. But I:. F Colley, Geo. M. Schwab, JUKOt tid to be HKHuuHed und collected upon the eompcnimtlon. or nn >d l i
I I within the Hprcial. tax err or officers for the .sun,
i the taxable property "n
$ b : A terRe )little editorial para While playing the boys each wore the straggling", criminally inclined Green, J. :\-Minton, Mrs.\ ttchool dibtricl, inc that year. Thi. estimate s.d! in the performance of Jutpiiifitlon
I P. A. Johanson Hhall net forth clearly the npiiortionmtnt" of to bw pnlil fn"n .ii.
remnant of the old still Morgan ,
graph th(' Tampa Times says that one l>lue caps with tassels and the girls gang are Catering money ranted. within the dmtrict prorated. .U) fun,!. And If dceis) I ad I.nll'i ily
': s\ of the treat needs of the sUIte is a I I to the few who from habit : \Vhite Irvin Dyal, W. R. eiich ,t.hool xtithtn thu district. Htutimr the bnurd of public inMtrui(' t" ,
pink the
r I wore cnps. contest pinning 1 amount that. will, be iipphtd" to thu ..slsrlt'sof ", trussftsof schools w tissiassy '
B. T.
B. J. O. Turner
have their drink.
f hnrd nurfnrc I ron'l from Tampa must victory Rosier furniture for other county superintend ni ol
i .I I ( the bucket in the hand, of Jack teachers, tiulldnmH' or i
; itralfthtup the Seaboard Air Line has been a popular one, and, the trial I. by, J. J. Zeijrler, C. S. Kelly 1 idtiCfltionnl* I puiutiert.| I It cPu II alxo wtHte the- I'"n'h"' wives his con ent t', ii,.
'11 and Jill, little Miss Pauline :Miner numln'i, ,' <>f fill. ol iailu>uil rack and. tclu board of public InKLructiunI ,
l, railway. The Times nddi that thin won the girls' anti :Master Joe has proven the fallacy of the old 1 !Strickland, Gainesville Lime i graph lines. within the boundaries of the dlitllriut. I 113011 disuse nOisier Ithout c.-mi"
prize I ; Hhull bw made 1 be appointed. an attendance. itemized estimate o
r i roiid cnnnot b ii f. Tho teemed Tampa daily is might.i boutid to go on until the end in I L. Prescott, J. A. Hamate, ,,, clerk of the board" of county commlHiionerr. I I In hereby autl, rl.cii,
:Mrs. Neff assisted by Mrs. S. L. one copy. uith the comptroller of the any attendance officer who fuT,
i : ) This U one of the most important Peek Miss Williard Bishop of Lake- view, "prohibition in fact," |Is reached. Carlton L. M. Stokes, J. C. OTIU copy with, the county board of .Iate'l h... duties as herein 1 prestifijeclSee. ,
I W. Prevatt A. A. Williamson 'I struction ; Provided', that where there .. 2. That section 6 >
'fl! 'i r. roads In the state if not the most important. land.Irs.: Hutchison and Miss Meta: i railroads or tvleicraph linus in such dl.trk't laws of Florida* IttlU. be air nrend <
: What the Times has overlooked --. -- -- -- --- Pinholster, II C. Richard M. A. \ I I such itemlced. estimate need not be furnishedto us follows:
I '.. Hutchison served peach ice cream, the comptroller. I Sec A. During the month n In i
: c it that such} a road l is being pink nnd blue home made nut candy (;r K. Lewis made, a business tripto ren, Mrs. 1) Lang Mra.: R. M. Sec. 3. All laws and parts of laws In conflict ,," every year, it shall bt th.uttondnnco <
I .
I I C. A. Birt. herewith are heieby .repealed.Sec. officer appoint it I s nvUions
built this that i in Valdosta Ga. Saturday. vatt, ]
) 1 at very minute nnd iced cakes. Each little guest had I 4. Thin act shall I"kaCoct/ upon 1Ube I of this act tu tako inHUS
ic q f pnrta of such a road., Duval county individual, iced cake with --- ----- II I ominir a law. I in ti'lpllicate.. of all chlldreiaues .
nn one candle ;
of and
dthilrOS'Vdtril ::11I.t<) 1923. seven ulfthteentti' \
r 'i : 1 il preparing to build from Baldwin on it. The large birthday cake '.1",'.,,.,. jt; t :..'.a.' -=.,.,.,. I (ory or ditttrict In which I.. .
I .
;i 4, I ''t to !Maxvillp. Bradford county hni!! was iced In pink and the honor guest's j 1 Dkcl dw nl ''-". 'r'tItallty" uu, : IT, ht> ..arlylng. o I : ACT CHU'TER providing 1134 fur acholarHhips iNo. 161.l.AN at each suid date cctiHus of birth to and show dfntancc the nitrm f, i.
her part of the road! under, construc name wns embossed in blue, and on rii :ii 10 .the blood? Y'II ini noon. reel ,<.t .. I Ii.t.ig. sir the tun etHIc. institution* of: hiuner' I learn- j suhotd of each child,. the.c,. I
'j' tion. Alachua has //avlilorntluu: k-fl" l>lc* Am n'I i I hut: from the various counties of thu stulu pleted. and the .na of tin i I" i ior S
v, I I ". county rncently the cake burned seven pink tapers. I IOF | find making itpiiropruitlons" therefor. ( other person having. the Ciicharge ,
: built her part. Marlon county I* The cards Mother Goose 'I"lE' !'r ALWASf tfOT TO BE A "; lIe ft enai-ted by the IcKislature. of the Stat of such children M"I,. t
place! were I aihshretlu'rssof ; and on '"n \I"
[ vf rlnrldn
.. f building!, and we assume that other books and the napkins were CBCTAIN/ AMOUNT OF COOPERAT1VIHEM ) I EI1UCTIO.V.L Section 1. :' arinunlly of day of July of each and e\crj Sthersiof
paper ,,
I .t"t' i rIox'r''m.: shall bu Hied .n t SI!
I I Laws Concerning School :\ ;, this state be one h I "
line will WOMAN'S<
'y i. counties farther down the gay with designs taken from :Mother ; MAKING: tit the University. of J'lorldu, and one svliuniiship '- cunty tupcrlntendent ,sit. i tone ,,u'::01 I,,
f do their pnrt. Goose I' A POOL OUT Of PasHed by Legislature | for women at the Florida State Coltiwe i copy tiled In the olfic' < Sju'rhnsvnd'nl ,'
I history. fur Women. These scholurahips. shall betvAiirdid of I public in i n i s m
i I 1)1 jJ! In a word we are all doing ourS The invited guests were Eloise anti ""- A AAA/sl *. i only to uch rtaident. of .lbs sev- copy retained hv sixteen the ntten ) We give below the laws In no child over yean
.. I -- new vial counties as intend to mitko leaching
1 birrprcst/ best but some of us muit' Dorothy) Ritch Vera Claire nnd Eld-! (- linn ntatu' thiir occupation upon, coinpclitivo I j jcMimiiintlonH compulsion" to nttend scht ""I)
special sub-school district S." II. All laws t
or part 5
I hnve heln from the ntntP, and we need redge, Robinson, Lois and Billy Long, '' taken, pursuant to. the ,proIHIHI18 flict with thu provlitionn of th/
I /1 !scholarships in the state collopes; \ hereof and to appropriate rules und i I ,
the mornl support of Tampa and all Ktliolin nnd Dorothy White, Arthur' : ( "'I-;III"Ilun.] prescnlM.d,. by the stnto board of i ieducation. I thin snme are hereby repialrMS ,
I m : school attendance c. 4. Thin net shall tnV.lately
I compulsory \ 1 hu Mentlal requisites for hold'
I I IStcrnberg -i
I the lower west coast country that Darby Jones S. R. John1, Jr., Lillian \ inir mich riclmluivhips. emil Ibc : cit"cnnhip \ upon. Its pnamme ami! aj; i
will be of interest to of
'I ( many I P governor or upon Its bocomfnr
and u'Midence In the from whk-h theyau
will be tremendously benefitted by Alice Fernandez, Hazeltintl : county out his RI'.I.AII.mv..1. .
readers. aucrethtud ; approved" moral character 'und
They were passed: by |
of this road. If :Marie ;Mar-\ June' 7. 1U23
tho completion our Lois Adklns, Brown, j huhltH : urnduuttun or its full .quh silent from
legislature! of 11)23) and went into Nenior hiwh nchools ; aire over \teen yearn I Innun4l
: lower west' const frlendi will keep thii Urownlee!, Mary Brown lee, Louise feet their approval by the ( : health.II ; CHpHtlty: nnd. willinKnesH i : to I| IT DRIVES OUT WOKM:
: : right (On' tnlkinc this Importance of Snyder Patsy Brinson Merrill Futrli i upon make a success of sctiolartihip privilefrefi and I I,
:' ernor: I of teiichiiiMT, in this wtnte as an occupation I'i The .Kurort sign of worms IM, .
I this route It will !noon be open to travel. N. T. Ritch Jr., Dorothy Hi-hop i Pat- | nnd At the university. of Florida reuiHtrution, paleness, lark of ill Irr(. t .n J p>

ir 1r ). The construction i III making fair I flY Cone, Clara Louise and Julian I I Take 3 chapters laws ,. fn 0.' ..5..its. r..si.teachers" ,... 'n collrwc. !W." -.,,:;......anil. .:.'.-...at..........the..,5.........,Florulti.:.:.: .5._ j hess, variable appetite pi ,
progress now, but a little boosting Peek Jr., Frank and John Toman, (\PTER 11133 -,lNi,. 15)AN ) i' school; 1 of education.,; ; / nose! and eiultlon Btartin; nth \ '
I ACT fe> umuml m-ctfon 567 (4061. Sec 2. The examinations for such acholnr "' o ymptm, l apponr it IM" n
1 might hurry it up. I Lucile Edwards Esther Simp on, ElI I <.1| Kt-nufHl HtaluU* of Florid rolutintt( to hip. shall be held at such times and places Whito'd, CJroaraormifuRo.. \
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'IGarriA. i inn-* ht-M m ".Inl I tux school t A news story in Sunday's Tim(' -, bert and Kl.ilno Edwards Lillian -icilon 671 ((41U'. roviHi-J .,.", .rol a tutu'' state ns are dealnnated by the state' board uf drives out tho worms: and i p''.'
Union 1 idea of the Willie Edward-4. Sam Simpson I FI"rhlo. .rein tin ir to (lulu. ** of truttU, >es education and the award of ..hoh..hh.\\ one on tho roiul to health signs'
., 1. t $pives!! some Impor'l "money, tu l 100 raiHi'fl. in mich dmtrtclM.Ho shall be made by said board, under risk* ansi, Cream Vernufuiro had a rl' ,
; t J tance of this road to the central Ed Neff Jr., Nettie Dowling An Educator at Home it I mnrli-rl by the Lvgi. .luturo' of the i regulations prescribed by them. Should vncnncieH -
lIuccc8IIful .
of J-loridat I for they shall btr years: : UtIu. 1'rieci: :
,. 1 pnrt of the state nnd, to the lower PnulinIiner:\ Sara Hope and Geor- | Smithson-The Universal lanlu.IIg-., Section .I. That ....,lIon Bft7 ((406)) ) "' 'i tilled as occur in original, any awards reanon All Drug: Stores
ii west const. The told pin Iloynes, Leslie Biggs/: Jr., Joe' I Konural tatutv,,. of hloridn.' rvlutintr, to .1..i *3cc. :I.t rn.. Rum of two hundred. dollars
news story
now spoken in twenty-three tongu<>k ,,, .
> iii I hi111 in Hprciiil, tax aehoul diHtrict I per annum for ouch Kcholnrshlp student. In actual
of the plnn to extend the Coastal Edward, Jr., Martha nnd Billy Powell has been accepted and half reKisti>ml ami I thy same n.....> hereby amended o u attendance, payable to the Florida StattCo :l( UI JmD.tW.JDti

Route from Washington D. C., its Eunice Canova, A. :M. Pettit, Jr., l"t's, ni follow! : '' Metre for Women and to the University of. COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
1 / its. astonishing growth since April 7, eC. T17.; I 1406)J ) Election bi-nnnlnlly Florida reiipectively. one half at the hetclnnlnu
northern terminu" into Evelvn, Lillian and! Marjorie Stump tinna nhiil, l Hit held 1 bt-enniully in each and one half at the middle of each
f present on up :: :
; 11)17or) thereabouts.! It is known IIH tax school! diulrict, a, flour ci prncticublu I flchool year, shall be paid I from the general a Full Line of j
l k I Maine and of the plans!! for the expenditure :Marion\ Pettit, Sinclair Peek, Jr., 1"I "lc on the anniwranry Grnhnm Frances "hoppinR anguish plnA' Jisus- under the direction. of the county I the .atudent holding. scholarships! under this ((11 LiraeteAej hit' t
t L of at least $25,000,000 on Snyder, Billy ter," "Bpotte l ('nrnmels." "freckled ,public inHtruction to determine who .. j I net. This money shnll be used to meet only
A 4 tho routu during the coming Lee Peek Mason Tison, Jr., CharleyGordon l trustees. fur the next auccviKlmtr two such Htudent. s expennes ns are llatfd in ..h.oo.lo"up. ----
t : year. ivory" or "rolling bankruptcy." 1 It nnd the number of mill, of dimrtct HchiMil of tho respective Inatttutions. Fro- AUiUMOBILK HEARSt I IAhr.
The Coastal Route, when completed Tison!! and, Hazel Lee Tison to U levied for each of mid "..... coin vided if In any cane the attendance. of any '
comes in sets, and if-presentod! jointly I tion nhall be hpd) under the name rule such student la omitted during any term or .7> on hanoi The fast rat .t'
of Gainesville.
;: will connect all of the main cltil'l l I to utter strangers will have themso rt'irulationH, and ,|iuuhl\callon\ of part of a term for as much as one monthcosssecutively I nee the lowest prlcn. Sp -
from hall be the name aa prescrIbed! for thuiio tho allowance here appropriated .
4 along the Atlantic seaboard well in fifteen minute .. rid attention to telegraph orEmbalmer.
acquainted! ln in the orIginal elo.tion crcHtinir a shall be CfirrmtpondinKly withheld.Sec. ) .
_" I Bangor Maine, to Jacksonville and l AMERICA SURELY ABLE TO Mrs. S-;JIan, what are you talkIng cial tax Hchoot district. I'rovidlnK. 4. These scholarships sisal I he renewable Registered i
COPE WITH LAW VIOLATORSIt that in order that the benefit to be from year to year for not more than
4 I it in estimated will ho in reach/ of about 1SmithsonI'm from the Incrvaued mlllnictt now four years on the basic of professional fitness
people. The Atlantic Com-' may hn obtained for the calendar year of the RtudunU of the student holding them.Sec. .
it 40,000,000 I talking about theI 1- C. JONES
or 191 any Rpeclal tax vchool dintrtct 5. Studentii holding such scholnrshipashall
y n tal Association, In charge of mapping seems to me very manifest that American "craps" that hold an election for the purpose herein be required. to execute their notes for
I great
I game rvaed and in the manner herein all moneys appropriated for them and these STARKE, FLA
out the Coastal highway! has routed. everybody not wilfully blinded to the wharf ping-pong which started in AI- .ub. .equt nt to the ratihcatlon and notes shut) bo comiidered. satintled and be
it the coast of Florida to the amendment. of 112J increnninii the cancelled by the president of the respective 1.jt
down east facts is bound to note the benefits : alia m,' and has now spread to all
S Key West. To this there can be no from prohibition Beyond -
any question parts of the world. -- -- --- -

S objection.. We want our east coast it has lessened crime. The administration

friends to have all the (good things!! of criminal law is not Never Noticed Before
that are coming/ to them. But it behooves so expensive as before. It is true $ ;
55 Judge! -Aren't you ashamed to be
north central Florida and the
' I that there fire numerous violations
H l lower west coast to see that tourists of the dry laws, resulting' in many seen in this court room-a man oyour |L The Community That it Eager to be Better I I. Destined to be Bigger J JLIath

i and settlers when they reach Jacksonville prosecutions, but Seattle is much seeming ability to appreciate

S i j have the choice of two routes cleaner A drunken man is now rarely the better thing 7

1 1 down into the peninsular, so that they seen on the streets. Our bestcorners Prisoner-Now that you ask "me. to Public Good Will I IJ.'J

Judge I believe this blooming .pine
visit the Agricultural and
i j may great instead of echoing to the
4 II'IIICrICan luilrouds have come to realize that the
does need little paint and fixing ogl'l"I
I sections if wish to. a up.
citrus fruit
they sound of beer glasses and ribaldryare
( best way to cultivate the good will ot' the public and to take
i: .. State road No. 13, connecting with I now devoted to legitimate business
of railroad is to
___ Another ViewpointA itisurutu-e u!(Jinst! inisuiiderstundiiitf:: problems
[ road No. 1 at Baldwin and with
state that does not require a licenseto
S talk directly to the public through the advertising columns of
1 state road No. 2 at Gainesville is the I legalize/ it. Violations of this vacationist in Arkansas was attracted the press! land especially through the weekly newspapers, which

j I l r, key to this whole situation. When law will continue, but this is true to a native who kept driving directly reach travellers und shippers along the railroad line. &'R.ey.HAHatHutws

'S this fifty mile stretch is completed of every criminal law on the statute a lank, lean pig up one lane and 'Jhey have come to sense the fact that statements made in

: : \ the traveler on reaching Jacksonville books.! There Is only one thing for down another. Unable to control his authoritatively signed advertising must! be trulhlul, because the S

'I may swing out to Baldwin over state the American people to do, and that curiosity longer, he walked to the public can so easily check up anything that may be misleading.., YOUR DELEIF

--, S l road No.1. thence to Gainesville over in to atand fast and enforce the law. fence. 'Say neighbor, I know it 1 Is Following the progressive lead of the ..ong Island Railroad, this You are constantly. confrontedwith !

S No. 13, thence to Ocala over No. Frequent violations are to be expected -I! none of my business but why are policy has now been adopted by the largest! railroad system m the que.llonVbu.t Is. tinmut.

: I 2, and from Ocala straight' to Tampa I in a lifetime of a generation you driving that pig up and down the south, the Southern Hallway System. ter with political' parties churches

S S S I over No. 6, if he in .seeking! the shortest I, addicted to the use of intoxicating these lanes-it seems such a waste of "The :Southern: serves the south" is the well-known slogan of and Individuals?
I, -
I 55 route or he may continue over liquors, but the people living thirtyor time?" this great railroad, with 8,300 miles of lines extending into every It matters you give little tu tbe how question many roil nnawers

No. 2 via Leesburg( Eustia and other forty years hence will look back "Huh-a pig's time ain't worth southern state. The :Southern: recognizes that its own prosperityis will be compelled to recognize thl*

4 I interesting points. reaching the south upon the foolishness of this generation I nuthinff. Gitep! inseparably bound up with that of the south and its pub fundamental answer namely : Tim
Florida metropolis by a somewhat in that respect! with aboutt the : lished announcements in tho advertising columns of the news- serious! defect today Is the lack ut
I a deep controlling dynamic '
; circuitous route but yet shorter than I same wonder that we in this generation Figure This Out papers, it is expected, will bring the Southern and the communities liellef abiding"as a man think, m a

any of the other routes now traveled I view the acts of a past one in Customer-Have you that piece it serves closely together man believes! so Is he."

fI between Jacksonville and the lower witches. follow this You haven't political parties
i. S burning/ "Yes We Have No Bananas" Unquestionably, other systems should general planof any

-. ; S west coast There is only on thing;\ for America Music Clerk-No, we have no, yes talking frankly to the public, though there are evidences that have today.In tecause America the is only the politics politics we of

We hope the Times will keep up to do, and that is to stand by the we have no bananas. some roads still cling to the Lope of putting special: messages the "Ins' anti the politics. of the

I n the agitation for a direct line between flag/ which she has unfurled. America across by mean of free publicity. As a fact there is nothing 10 "outs"

Tampa and Jacksonville, and that it I whom the world cannot overcome Important Point beneficial nothing to honest, as frankly signed, paid advertising Where Is the man who believes

will be joined by its morning contemporary it surely able to cope with her own when the good will of the public is sought. more In the constitution than be believes

-_ S the Tribune as well a* the law violators. Office Boy-Your wife phoned she lite Long Island} and the :Southern: are to be congratulated for the limn In who uii> thing will else Hunt? and Where file to U

: other papers of all that section of wanted to see you about five. their!) forward ViSiOfl.Tsl,000,000 eHtuhlinli/ the, principle. of representative

; Florida. FARMERS LINE:'/ UP SOLIDLY Dons-Yes. Dollars or o'clock ? eminent'/'
The name Is. true with the avpra::"
FOR DRY LAW Confessing- | A Week for Chewing Gum I clmivli Men ought to be wlllln-:

1 NOTICES tf) light for Ilielr ('ret'<1. tight f<'

The benefits of prohibition are so Mother-Tommy, why don't you go The people of the United States spend upwards of one their heller! tenth and ,practice thi

S apparent that there is little to say out and play with that new little boy million dollars a week for their chewing gum, and .the habitis .iloofrlne! or orthodoxy and of J'eiNonul
Federal farm loan
allotment of I
I The Grange has sponsored the prohibition still growing. rigttteolahlees.The .
next door
for this association Hinne defect Is manifested! lu
$35,000 Is available movement for nearly sixty Tommy-I don't think' he is well The value of the product turned out of the factories of I the Individual.Why I.

S j until October 1. 1923 for thisquarter. years. =Nevertheless" we had a few enough to be out yet. I played with :America is a little more than double that of the pre-war year are so many young, men drIftIng -

-. S Those desiring' loans communicate meetings in which: temperance matter him yesterday. 1914, which was the first year the Government condescended to ? necnuse they are not anchoredt
with L. II. Hill, secretary- first t n helief. No man ha* ever rNeii
I tlon .net when Washington went notice the chewing gum industry.
jl I' to power anti position who hule-l
National Farm'Loan
-.- I. treasurer, Lawtey I dry. Since we have had our experience Modern-Yea. Modern The girls of this and other towns, when they sat: in the dogma whu spurned d.wtrlne. S.c.

Association, Lawtey, FI... It.1 with prohibition I presume I movies and chewed their guru while their favorite star made who disbelieved., Thenn. \ < I'frinnrjenoy '

--- have attended nearly! a hundred. Mame 'What kind of eyes do you love in alluring twilight little dreamed the effect thi-y were nor .power. In iinl!>eht. ;

tS. .To Stop a Cough Quick meeting/ in which the question of like in a man ? Do you like brown having on the prosperity of their country. Dignified] Liu :and or llu-re Inllnenre!Is, .sat KreiiliiOMd./ or prestige.
In dlshcllef.America .
take llA YES' HEALING HONEY. a were discussed. and I have not yet blue, black or gray eyes? laughed at her and her "deplorable chewing habit !hut need* men who belle PIll

cough medicine which stops the cougb by I seen! a farmers' meeting where one i Snde-I don't care what color eyes while the se-late: Briton was consciously in the mood 1 of derision viiiielli'nic, who will never \ \i" "<
________ I healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE .single vote was registered against they have-so long as they have he was unconsciously falling l.y the wayside. The year to exprtlieiicj" who will never. Pit
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_ SALVE for Chest Cold.*. Head Colds and .ilio :strictest>>! enforcement of the "green backs. 1920 oaw the British flapper really the original! of the speciesoo imver rwrnler fill to C'lSIrIl.ICo u victim| to, and the. .Isisi who' ...11.'I"

S (Youn Is enclosed with every bottle of prohibition act. This fact i is a bet a mm!? American gum to the tune of $1,120,000wholesale! In* 'smiles (,r .Mr. .\
*' HAYES HEALING HONEY. The salve ter testimonia I than any I could Jimmy Writes value: ) And so the story runs. France in the same year took Thinns are rUht; or wronn. Tlievcnnuot
t should be rubbed the chest and throat
1 f on worth and other countries consumed lie Imtli.. No one. will e>vr
of children suffering from a Cold or CroujxTb write. Jimmy Green wrote to his: mother $J 1000 European pro

S heeling cRiwt of Hare' HecUnl Konoy In- I I "whi was visiting/ friends in the next portionate quantities. Only the consumption of Germany was nniounr their life to Is the controlled snap of it liy tinker a grcse nn''' I

.I.rove Id* the.. O-Pra-Trau throat combined Salve with through the h""Uoller""C"tIIa fan m
S / t lb.Mn Moa Map a_h. I MORE AND:'/ MORE POPULARIn j: Dear Mom: I'm well and hop you.art' invested shows beyond doubt that the habit has come to stay Hef In ()k.sl l. llcf| lntn.rHf. belief,'

S 5' Both ...- ... are packed In eec carton end cbe the same. You know archie.mets- Per! !!7n no \vvlustry} has shown a more remarkable growth ID the Koly Ghost toilet In Minfallit.l '"
,1 coot of lb.combined """ImeDIIel5o.I : ." RiUe.! Let theso fo'iv,\
I i vJuHt ask your druggist for HAYES' I 1000! the saloon was the outstanding ) (lar'.. neck well we was fishing in C"rt"ir'v' no industry! presents a more potent argument to greet helleN.rnn'tltiite your ereollou I,

HKALING HONEY. hurtful nuisance in the the pond Saturday and he fell in up prove lUo teilirg! effect of advertising will Litvmc.T" im.regautIe,



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r r6ursday oday wad and Tomorroaw Friday RUDOLPH VALENTINO and AGNES AYRES in "T H E SHEIK"Bits I '.: u

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:=: "- :Mr. and :Mri G. A. Anderson of Mr. anti Mr. W. W. Finneran, of "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS" : 1

Liiwtey were. here Tuesday at th j i Jacksonville, were guests Sunday of
Fur over 35 year the E. O. Painter Fertiliser. Company ha. furnished Florida :-,
home nf her parl'nt11': and Mrs. : :Mr. and :Mrs T. N. Limbauuh; Mr. I ,
of Localliiioriiiation i iII ( i W. J. Epperson. and Mrs. F.. E. Hammill were guestsof I grower* with fertilizer. The continued' patronage of experienced grower give >. :Y'\
proof of ..ti.r"cIory re.ult.. ..; v it,,
i --- Mr. and :Mrs G. W. Alderman:
II Carl Johns Orville Griflla an.Charlio These !gentlemen were members of M
: I Writ For New Full Prlo. 1.10'l t Ju.l Inutil. .
Johns will leave next" wcel the Billy Sunday Club, and conductedinteresting .." '
for Gainesville where they will attend services Sunday morning, E. 0. Painter. Fertilizer r' Jacksonville, Fla 1

N Concerning Oar People Business and ,_... the University of Florida afternoon and evening at the Baptist: -*- ,-.

Progress in the County and Town. t@ !, church. I 1KOOI TWO ENJOYS:. PICNIC: AT A bin tune was enjoyed by nil, andtriiup .. i
---- I W. A. Scott, who is employed In CADVS LANDING:. : I I\M) from the chairman of the t ,

..I.It the Volusia County Bank of DeLand Alvin Beck has returned from tho I troop committop down the lino to the "; .
t: spent Sunday and Monday with hiparents McClellan Ala. I newest. recruit take I Ills occasion to.
C. M. T. C., at Camp .
,: Oauuhertv will preacl: f*. N. Cooper has returned home< I Mr. and :Mrs F. A. Scott. 'after month's intensive military I I Last Thursday and 1 Friday Scout :\ 'f.

i ;Sunday.; from a pleasant visit to Tampa and training.a He won several distinctions i troop two hiked out to Kingsley lako 'i : i' _

i other points in south Florida. Miss Hazel Middleton returned ot among them having been selected as fur their last outing before the opening l ..

I H. Parks was u visitor to Saturday from a visit in St. Augus orderly to tho camp adjutant also ,I and 1 of swimming school occupied Games"', most scout\ of tests thu '.!If

.t' Sunday. Dr. Chnce, of Jacksonville was' a tine and Jacksonville. She was accompanied appointed leader of his muud which 1 -
Early Friday morning -
day Thursday. ; '
--- week-end guest of his dauhter, Mrs: home by :Miss Hazel Dowling had a percentage of 100. In rifle prac- /
the boys went! to Mrs Cady'fi 'q
Ii I !Mrs. J. ,... Andrews, Jr., T. C. Hoover of Jacksonville. tice ho won a "marksman medal," I landing( and l \vcro her !guest< during ready.'i i '_.

'i 0) Jacksonville Tuesday. I II I --- missing thu sharpshooter by only six : the day, Mrs. Oady not only allowing > ':;.

1 I The W. C. T..I.. will meet Tuesday :Mrs H. T. Campbell, of '''Welaka i Is! ( points. lIe is. very enthusiastic over : tho scouts to use the bath house"' and "
I \Ir E. II. Smith motored afternoon at 4 o'clock at the :Methodist [ the guest of :Mrs J. C. Robinson having attended this camp and urges! outs> without charge but also furnished / .j.'
"ivillf Sunday. church. :Mrs[ lived hen
Campbell formerly our young men to arrange: to attend doughnuts! and popcorn' for all I <
and has many friends who are glad hand> and I the Scoutmaster. I q 't, vf'
1 tlrs.[ J. C. Hoover are irtii. :Mr. to see her again. next year t '\ "
and Mrs.: [ L. J. Wynn of Ilamp. ,' .....
( ., visiting relatives. ton, were guests Monday[ of :Mr. nm: I

Mrs. .f. T. Quigley. :Misses[ Jeanctttc and Clara !\Iae( t ... .. _s.., ,,,, '
(Tin returned l Sunday from Durden returned Friday to their .1 C. "
f-.Jt1' *ey!s:
in Jacksonville. .tlas..rryn = I
home and
in Tampa were 0'ti..
Co!. and :Mrs[ D. E. Knight am ncoompn '+sc 4 4N
nied by their sister, :Mrs. O. L. Boas
sons, Hollis and Paul, motored tc *_ t l yiw'u.'.ly
nns, Orville Griflls and Fred !I Jacksonville ley, who spent the week-end there. ,.,
'"lit Sunday in Jacksonville i Sunday. I v '
i I I :'IHIIKesIona:\ Alderman, Florence r l l+ a .r. b l i r Q+ .,- ae C. r ,
Mrs.V.[ S. Cranford of Bartow, .
.to, 'I '\ /I. Benslcy spent Tuesdayn returned I :\Matthews 1\l1d\[ eIiddleton:\ ant mi *
home Monday after" a visit r l
n ille. I Ifrs. I Eleanor Hedges will leave Tuesda;! 't (
with Mrs J. F. Klckliter.J. .r tu z: 1' "ti O yrli '
for Tallahassee, where they will attend 'd1 a'F. r r r .t' te

_\ A. Z. Adkins spent the Woman's College. y
Jr. Truby has returned from his
\Vnlclo and Earleton. ;
: norther ntrip and is again to be found .
Miss Katie Belle Green spent Sun .R t f r
--- I at his office.Koadmaster. e i ( y
I day in Lake Butler with Miss! Aileei f
"reenter, motored over to I .
Sunday;; afternoon. I I I : James Shepard of Knight Miss Green was nccompa p i r l ,, rq ;I vl' Iti 7W
I I nii'd home by Miss Knight who spent
I Ocnln, spent the latter portion of last 1 here.
'gel, of Jacksonville, spent t week with his family here. Monday 'yy, r l r ei
,I here with his family.
I F. F. Stump has returned from New
Motels Knight will leave this week< York where! he went to purchase his, + i t R au
1 v-, 'of Lake Butler had for Gainesville tn( enter the law department full good :Mr. Stump was accost
:itarke :Monday of the University of Flora panied home by his niece Miss Marion '' ? l

ida. I Stump of New York City. i ; i/r ''' fl I R
tt4t 1 i of Hampton had bin- tI, Y /
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,rke Wednesday. .1 Mr. and Mrs[ K.: :M. na via, Mr. and, Lewis Hoffman and sister, :Miss\ Josie '. i j
_-----0 :Mrs.V.. E. Davis and. :Mrs' Kate Davis who '
Hoffman, und Roy Lee King, OnlyBecause ; l
I n, -r, of the Melrose section,, motored to Gainesville Sunday I have been visiting :Mrs[ Kate Davis ,,
-'(lor to Starko Tuesday afternoon lake returned Friday to ? the
Kingsley DELCO-LIGHT COMPANY is ,, r-
their homes in Jacksonville. j ii Jr
,I Ennis of will spend
F'fOr..n'e Powell spent :MonI Gary Tampa

(I Tuesday in Jacksonville with I tho, week-end with Bis nunt, Mrs. J. Tom Limbaugh Thomas Turner
" ; "'. !Morgan/ and, next week will proto and Gerald !Middleton have rtluinc

the University of Florida. after spending a month at the C. :'II.

Mi, .UK) Mrs S. A. Bryan motor- T. C., at Anniston, Ala. Electric Light Plants can they make t
" I F rnandina, Jacksonville and Judge R. A. Green Rev L. B. Simpson of

, > i -tine Sunday. and Rev. T. J. Hedges attendedthe Mrs.[ O. L. Haynes and daughters,

labor day celebration at Cedar Sara Hope and Georgia, who hn\ such an 6

Mi Josephine Edwards is visiting Key Monday.[ been visiting( Mrs. Haynea" mother t i
11 ;i ,,'hte>r, Mrs C. V. Simpson, in Mrs. R. P. !McLarin of Fairburn, Ga.. /'
'. ,tile. William and Jay Dnujrherty will returned home Sunday evening.Dr. .
leave" Tuesday" for Enid, Oklahoma,

Mi'' R. A. Weeks and MisS Mar- where" they will enter" Phillips'" Uni- E. L. Biggs has gone to Ashe-.

"nti Shriver, of Brooker, were versity. vile, N. C., where he will spend a .
vet 1 hopping Tuesday. I while with his wife and son, and then Here is the inCOMPLETELY INSTALLED,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis returned will to Baltimore

Mrc[. Bob Tanner and baby of Bald- Tuesday after spending several" weeksin go stallation>< you for ready popular the size } %

I 11 siting her parents, Mr. andth Asheville, N. C., and points in Miss Madge Middleton returned on plant to turn $ "r"

R S Powell. Georgia. Tuesday afternoon from ,Hampton,, get for 5549:!2OM N f
-- I 'where she was the- guest of Mrs. C.
\[rE. Miner and little daughter, I Mrs Ada Sauers and grand daughter E. Harper and Mrs. W. B. Alexan- production make low price .
aulino, have returned from a visitr I :Margaret Brown, have returnedhome del' 1 D.loo-LI&ht Pilot the moat QUANTITY. i
.J MA880 wilt
"popular aI.! Mod.l
Tampa. after spending three months in

the North with relatives. I I Mrs. E. T. Campbell of Welaka, esp..lty,12 volti. (height. paid). The Delco-Litfht Company rnaken more farm r tiel0ao

MrQuilla Williams and s6n, I who has been the guest of Mrs. J .taod.r
11> Alachua are visiting her mother Mrs E. Miner went to Jacksonville I C. Robinson, was called home Tues- B.tt.ry with .I.teeD Urf .p.udcy turer. Over 21 aor n of floor apace are occupied' !
Mr. A. :M. Pettit. Sunday to meet her mother Mrs. R. day afternoon on account of the ill- Mill with ntra thick plates and by the great Delco-Linht' Factories at Dayton. ', .

S. Powell, who has returned from a ness of her husband, Dr. Campbell.Mr. I turn glass! ]I.rl (frtltht paid l)- Whole carload leave thee factories' daily, carryM 1'r'

Mrs[ W. J, Green, of Jacksonville, visit in North Carolina.Mr. oi the Plant and Deloo-LifUit Plant destined to brighten

1"II visiting her daughters, Mrs. F. L. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and :3Th. tiutalUtioQ ..r to furform home far and wide. throughout the land. 'fI a, ,
Turner and Mrs. Mamie Garris. and Mrs. Bruce Davis, of Arcadia daughter Lucile, and, their guest, 1 t Beltery-aoepe puroha rack {
spent" Sunday with :Mr. and Miss Florida Davis, of Madison, motored I nub aoxrat. baa and battery Over 4,00b killed 'Installation men are daily wiring ,t, ni

, MIH[ Juanita Williams, of Jackson- Mrs. E. M. Davis, at their home on Wednesday to Gainesville ami i Wlrln* your nou. lor tao (10)) home and installing these plant in all part I

' ''II.I '. f visiting at the home of Mr. W. Madison street. Alachua. -H *ti to k. located tnywhar. yea of the country. Such quantity production and ,f /
Mrs. C. W. Liddon came from Jack- W. B. Cahoon, assistant chief of the Delco-Lffht' Company to offer for the first (tl

L A. Davis, Jr., and family have sonville Tuesday afternoon and is police of Jacksonville, was the guest I *tf-Oa powf It iMlallad outlet wharavar your ao "iirncil. home from a pleasant sojourn having work done on her cottage at Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep- I may want the most popular farm-size' Delco-Liftht Plant. t ; k
In Asheville, N. C. the corner of North Walnut and 9th person Mr. Cahoon Is a member of t 0 Standard tat of tan ((10)) drop lI11atl
streets. the Billy Sunday club and assisted in I "wIth aockat and the lntaltatlon .< Never before bas there b..n such a splendid
Mr and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman have conducting services at. the Baptist daee. light. ID year hose" opportunity' to equip your farm with electric' '
returned from a pleasant vacation in Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of church Sunday.P. I light and power. Deloo-Liiht will make your ? ,"
Ohio and other Northern states. fj-iinosville; were guests( the first of I 7"Tan ((10)) rtaaJorJ elm UttM home a better, brighter' place 'In which to lives

the wprk at the home of Col. W. T. H. Cahoon, who was enroute to bu.... and work. You can make the hou.ework eal- )aF

r &' l. E. Knight and family are Weeks. Griffin, Ga., from Tampa, where he I Similar ..rift wA .mmlUrJaJaf for the You can make life happier for
'Pending the week at Kingsley lake: visited his parents, stopped off n few ..,.,..t-M"J.fO. women.You labor and .Increase lr 4 .
'-upving the and St. Elmo Struth returned 'n-t the children. can save
Morgan cottage. Merrill 'hours at the Presbyterian mans. : 1
I Sunday from Plant City, week. He is teacher of languages in \ Cll.442:2-- profit. for yourself.You've .

Arch Durden and L. A. Wynn, of where they visited their sister, :Mrs. the: Griffin high school. The high wanted Delco-Lliht Plant. You weal 4 '' I "
Hampton, were here Tuesday looking Sid Johnston. school has about three hundred and I .oajrttonml ,..,.,..,.,.. Plant.a Here is I opportunity. .
Deloo-Lliht' your w.DELCO
after business. aNaaoam* rW .-. m 1
-- fifty pupils. I
Hollis Knight recently returned -
Mn[ Ruth Browning of P.alatka, from' Lakeland and other points in Mrs. W. B. Alexander and daughter -LIGHT .'

"turned home Monday after a visit louth Florida, where he spent the :Miss Wilma, and Miss Hat Tur- DAYTON.. OHIO

With Miss :Margaret Long.Mr past two weeks. tvr, :Miss Wilma and Miss Hattie

Turner of Hampton, were guestsTuesday
and. Mrs J. L.. Brooks, of Cler- :Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Johns and at the home of Dr. and Mrs. t t i" k
*'>nr. will mo e into Mrs. Nelle ion, of Lake Butler, were recent IV. E. Middleton. _
lIUKhep' cottage next Monday. nests of her brother, Judge R. A. I II ou can get your T

;reen. I )[r. and :Mrs. O. J. Griffin had a. r
'I'' lames Shepard and children veek-end guests, Mr. and Mrs. M. J.'Dyal r r'i

"av, .'turned from a visit to Ellijay, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Simpson and and children, of Tampa, Mrs.
6a; and Hamlet, S. C. hildren, of Gainesville, spent Sunday Vlvu Abernathy and son, Eugene, of I
with" her mother, Mrs. Josephine Jacksonville Mrs H. P. Holstein and t' f
I la'' J'e persimmons are now be- Mwards. ion, Pike, of Gainesville, and W. H.
.daily.0' aped from Starke. Peppers Misses Florence Elizabeth anj Leila Griffin, of Hampton. Over. 2OO.OOO Satisfied Users 1

flea Andrews have returned; from Miss Carolyn Fripp, of Kiasimmee t
PREVENTION 1 lacksonville where they visited their vho teaches in the high school, reach-
"batter nose. ...... Emma Alvar z. here afternoon, and is
Tatt' PIn. grandmother, Mrs.: 'id Saturday a
"a*....SICK out only.nrntdy tor bat pi j ; topping at the home of Mr. and Mrs. JOS. E. WILSON Dealer
w...-. e.s.d pooioe ..4 kudnd & I Miss Rena Stokes, who has spent j. W. Alderman. Miss Fripp Is a rw
the past several weeks with her .- traduate of the Woman's College at GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

Tutt's Pills ter, :Mrs.' T. C. Morris, returned Sun- Tallahassee/ and the school here is'ortunate

lay to her: home in Jacksonville. to have her services.
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c' -- General Entertainment Committee. are on the sick list this week. I IMr. I WOODLAWN -

! Bradford Dr. Herlong is also president of the and Mrs. B. F. Hazen returned : r-
With The Florida League! of Municipalitiesand home Sunday from Highland. [i Woodlawn, Sept. 7.-

a member of the City Commission :Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Andrews, of teen, of Jacksonville, spent .

j"r I of Jacksonville.The Jacksonville, are visiting relatives in end with his parents, Mr.

Farmers this section. !II R. B. Osteen. t :to
j j'j sole purpose of the celebrationDr. I II t
.1 Herlontr states, is to bring the I[ School opened here Monday with Messrs.'Arthur Pierce family.:0

I "'I. -- people of the two states together in I an enrollment of 120, under the leadership Rowe, of Lawtey, was : : .

': PLANT FALL IRISH POTATO a celebration that will be memorablein .' of Prof. Wilkinson, of Talla-. Sunday evening. ::; <

'j CROP EARLY IN:. SEPTEMBERIf the history of Florida. Arrongemest9 I hasse.Messrs. I I Miss Ethel Starling was a

l COMMON! ; i I..* are being made to entertainat | A. A. Hazen and II. P. ,, to Starke Saturday. i c >
least thirty thousand people and had business in Starke Monday -
Gained; you want a fall Irish potato crop Gainey D. B. Browning! of ,
1 than the invitations are being sent broadcast was a visitor here with his
: r you should plant it not later I
I '. : (By Spud John.on) first few days of September. Use the throughout the two states. John Shriver, who has been spend

t\ small potatoes of the spring crop for A program has been arranged for ing some time at Kingsley lake, returned I -
I have made- '
.\ new resolution need. If the potatoes have been in a the occasion which will include auto- home Monday much improvedin
i I hereafter and whenever my housekeeping mobile racing, dancing, bathing and health.
shaded place for a couple of weeks or I'
1 folk plant flowers, I am go- more, plant those that now show other events. The entire expense is E. T. Stewart has purchased the To

ing to give them all of my moral support sprouts putting out. being borne by the citizens of Jack- farm of E. L. Crosby and has carpenters most everybody

{ and every bit of the encouragement This is the advice of W. L. Floyd, sonille and Pablo Beach. buoy repairing the building, and I

f I can. professor of horticulture of the FlorIda Pablo Beach will stage an old will shortly move in It. 3/z
3O x means-
' A few weeks ago I was up at thestate 0
fashioned fish the beach and .
t farmers college of agriculture, who !goes fry on The school bus! Is a success! in every

university attending on to say, "The soil should be moist, relays of volunteers will be used in way and we are proud that our
week. I noticed there two small beds !
I well supplied wuth humus, broken handling! the ceines. The fish will school Is the first tj transport pupilsin
__ of flowers inquired about them and uscoRr
deeply and enriched liberally with 1\ be cleaned and cooked on the sandsof the county. Let other districts follow -
learned that the housekeeper for the
fertilizer containing about per cent the beach.Hhthways suit and ,reform lone we well only ,
dormitories, :Mrs Margaret Peeler,
of ammonia, 6 per cent of phosphoricacid radiating from Jacksonville I have about six schools in the corn USCO'S C
planted them. The beds are just out. NATURALLY
and 6 per cent of potash. The into Florida and Georgia arc ty-but they .vill be sure enough I have delivered
side the where she makes
dormitory deoorated with Invitation placards
potatoes should be dropped further schools. such Kiorcy's worth
her home. I than spring potatoes, as they and one of the largest crowd
The community was shocked last -tire after tir-c- without
One of the boys told me how Mrs
much moisture October and in the history of the state Is expected
I require ;
I, { Peeler mothers those flowers., Tired I November are often dry months. to assemble at Pablo on Thursday when the news came of the making a clean sweep.
death of J. F. Turner, the Clayno turpentine
from day of trudging and down
( a up I "Do not expect as large a yield ain September 15. 'o operator, after a short sick It's been pretty performance s
long and dusty stairs and cleaning '
"After the celebration at Lake city
I spring. However, a good supplyfor tims-no two
tlJ'' ness. Mr. Turner was a man whomeveryone every
rooms she never gives herself up be in honor of the opening of the J.ICK- L' ;
home use may expected. Any Lout thai.
liked and in the short time opinions
I have been tend
rest until her Hewers( '
Lake Dr Her- I
I surplus that may be made should find City highway"
I ed to. All the she has Is not I he had been here made many friends And opinions about
pace a ready sale on the local markets." long said, "which was attended by I no tuo it
I i bigger than two or three bed sheets, at least fifteen thousand people and i what tire tog.'t u.-ain: pfcer aLas 1

I : :i but she makes the most of it, and in EXTRACTS"FROM REPORTS OF which was by geographical location 'I TIIERESSA man once u.,ed I ,3CO. ''

i ( doing so, shows that in her heart is limited to section reali/ec '
I one we c
, Theressa, Sept. 7.-L. G. Sibley, of
a love for things beautiful and trim.
the possibilities! of such a :celebration
I \ United States Tires
I Putnam Hall visited relatives here Ifiir
It was then and there that I made as is planned for Jacksonville and

i my resolution. Never before did 1 Hamilton-Our strawberry acreage Pablo Beach. It is good for '-eople: Friday. are Good Tires I -
give much thought or attention to will be increased from 10 to 15! Cecil :Moore and Arthur Moorer returned savZ
I to get together; on a common basis
flowers and home beautification, as I per cent. Fall tomato, pepper and and we are confident much god will to their homes here Friday, ;
;' Prof. E. L. Ayers up at the university\ I cucumber crops are coming along in and friendship will grow out of a after attending the Southern Tele :
fine shape. graph and Accounting Institute in
would call It. But I'm for that stuff gathering of this kind which will
' Newman, Ga.
have no other purpose than the pro-
I: now.And since I have been thinking Seminole-FIrst celery of season in motion of these things." Revs. Jones and Dick, of Lake City

; about it, it does seem that more of Sanford district set In field on August On to Jacksonville and Pablo! left Thursday after a week's meeting

us would decorate our yards. Just 23. This is exceptionally early. held here at the Baptist church, 18

1\3 think of the flowers we could plant members being added to the church

I and which with but little trouble St. Johns-One new sanitary! dairy RROOKEK during the meeting.

would) arM color and beauty to what barn recently completed except for :Mrs. Sullivan returned to her homein

I. has heretofore been hollow, unsightly! painting. Another under construction. Brooker, Sept. 7.-:Mrs. Cynthia: Hampton Friday after visiting her

corners. For summer there are zinnias Arrangements made for testing all Lopez, who has been visiting at the son, Cleveland, And attending the re-

verbenas, coleuses, begonias, geraniums cattle in this vicinity for tuberculosis. home of her sister, :Mrs. G. W. Scho- vival.

' periwinkles, petunias, marigolds I field, of Inverness, returned to her : :Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Bennett, of J Where to buy US.Tlres
i'l cosmos and phlox. Wintering home here Monday.Mr. Starke, were visiting relatives and ,

I, t tp plants are pansies, candy-tufts, sweet Leon-On Friday we received first : and Sirs. Harvey Warren, of friends here Saturday and Sunday. Trade Math
J Jtarke, were visiting relatives her Mr. and Mrs Autumn Youngblood
' alyssums, snap dragons, and lark of several carloads of purebred cattle
, : r. spurs. For the hot summer months being ordered by farmers of coun last week. were guests of Mr. and !Mrs C. E. Andrews & Wainwright, Starke, .'Ia.
Mrs P. M. Barefoot and daughters, Youngblood Friday. Smith's Garage, Starke
!I. i I understand acalphyas. and crotins ty. Six cars will come in during Fla.
' j I do well September. We are preparing to Inez and Juanita, of Starke, were in ;Mrs H. E. Moorer and little daughter Anderson's Garage, Lawtey, Fla.

town Wednesday.Mr. : Tynell, returned to their home
small list flowering
, j This is just a of -/) plant permanent pastures of clovers
I plants we, all of us, could plant and grasses.MadisonThree. and :Mrs. Allen Crews, of here Wednesday after visiting in

,,! to make our places look more like Gainesville, motored to Brooker on Newman, Ga. ;;
j Wednesday. Arthur Moorer and Willis Swindel
they were inhabited by people instead important meet-
R. A. Weeks motored to New River attended preaching in Hampton Sun- 4
I of a few horses and cows and hens InKs, interest fair, held this week and
I Saturday.T. day evening.
peveral farmers induced to plant fall
STRONG HEALTHY PLANTS:. I B. Pinholster, of New River, was :Miss Daisy Moore, of Lawtey, visited -
truck; 25: acres. planted around Madison -
, BEST I'ROTECTlOo.lAIo.IST:. :. 'I consisting of cantaloupes, cucumber the week-end guest of relatives here.E. her parents here Saturday and
S. Gainey, of Plant City, visited Sunday.Mr. .
r: ((1' tomatoes and beans. Have
I relatives here the first of the week. : and Mrs. G. W. Hinson are receiving -
arranged a motorcade to visit tobac-
Rev. Julian Collins, of St. Petersburg congratulations over the arrival -
,' The strawberry's most commoncliwaHp co growing area of Georgia, with 20
filled his appointment here at of a daughter Thursday.Cecil ,
'I IH. !loaf-spot, and the best I men already signl'dIP for the trip
i method, of controlling it i is to set only there. the Advent church Saturday and Sun- :Moore motored to Lawtey on

I well drained da)'. Sunday.Mr. .
strong, healthy plants on I
I'' land taking care to remove all diseased Dndu-Week of August 2fith, was William Malphurs, of Starke, visited : and :Mrs. L. L. Youngblood; are
relatives here last week-end. visiting relatives in Putnam Hall.
leaves at the time of setting.
i "avocado week" in Dad*. Civic clubs
'I :Mann Andrews who has been attending :Miss Stella Cloversettle was a visitor -
The disease Is moisture
dependent -
\ upon of the cities are putting on special
for spreading and may severely I with school at New River, returned to Putnam Hall :Monday ENROLLS
[ programs growers as speakers home Saturday and will attend :Mr. and Mrs Jim Koon and little
infest bed the wet
during -
plant season
j Ion Saturday, Sept. 1, every resident e
school here. daughter, Dorothy, of Waldo, visited iou
in Florida, according to diseasespecialists
| of the county was asked to mail a
of the Florida Miss Eunice Hazen left Saturdayfor ;Mr. and :Mrs J. P. Padgett Sunday.H. '
Experiment i fruit to a friend in the north, giving '
station. Island Grove where she will teach E. Moorer was a visitor to Ma- 'I
instruction as to preparation and how
At first the disease appears as a to the coming term. con, Ga., Sunday. i j.k
i serve. ;Miss Lorene Hazen left for Raiford
small, deep, purple or red spot on thouppl'r Habitual Constipation Cured
where will
afternoon she
surface of tho leaves. These I Olcl'ola-Gro are taking more Sunday in 14 to 31 Days"LAXFOS
teach in the school.M. -
spots rapidly increase in size and at interest in fertilizing, WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially.
proper sprayIng
F. Hazen, of Avon Park, spent
prepared Syrup fonio-LaxalveforHabituaConstipation. :
the same time the color of the cen- cultivation and pruning of citrus.
here with homefolks. It relieves but
Sunday promptly t
tral portion changes from a purple
Two large citrus developments are Vascoe Hazen and Royce Gaineywere should be taken! regularly for M to 21 daysto
to a reddish brown. In the later sta. I under way; at present about 50 acres visitors to Hampton Sunday.E. Induce regular/ action. It Stimulates and ::1
gee the lesions become grayish or have been cleared and will be plantedthis Regulates. Very Pleasant to Takj. 60c:
whitish in the center. The border remains -'I winter. H. Clemons and II. P. Gainey per bottle.
Place bur Order Now Jor.a
purplish, shading off into a :1I

reddish brown coloration toward the I Walton-Our farmers are planting I

healthy tissue. Severely affected I a large acreage to cowpens for hay. I
leaves turn brown, this discoloration qe '
beginning at their tips and causing Pasco-Special stress is now being t II III ,

them to finally shrivel and die. made .toward farm and home vege- t I -

Experts and experienced growers table gardens. Pasadena, farmer n

)!' emphasize the setting of only strong: club discussed this subject at its regular b Father starts it-mother finds she can add"

)t "::1 healthy plants on well drained soil, I meeting Saturday and practically a little-even the kiddies will contribute
, being careful to remove all diseased member will have a fall
I (' leaves when the plants are set and garden.every ,I their pennies and in a surprisingly short '

t-t where the plants show leaf spot In the I ,:' time; the whole family is enjoying the

plant bed, it can be controlled by Taylor-Assisted the state veterinarian 1 pleasures of owning a Ford. Here is how

I. spraying with bordeaux mixture, 4-1- '! test our local dairy herds and tr you can do it through theN2cA

" 50 formula, at once Delay means found them all freed cf tuberculo-

t. Ices effective control. ''I; sls.I r ____i Ii 1:1:

l HOW'S THIS ? I I Santa Rosa-Farmers are putting i !

HALL'S CATARRH "MEDICINE will out many satsumas and pecans; this )
do what w* claim for II n.l your .yiternof ', d 9'bP :
Catarrh or JDeadmM;;; cooled by week spent moat of my time helping IG

r.. Catarrh. bud trees. .
'.. lata of an Ointment which Quickly I Io t'' -
Relieve the catarrhal Inflammation, and GET TOGETHER MEETING: Bring the first $5 in to us. Enroll under the term
o th. Internal Medicine: a Tonic,. which i of the new, easy way to buy a Ford. Select the cat
net through the Blood) on the MuooueSurfaces ,
!t.e'. thue anletlnn to reetore nor J' you want. We will deposit your money in a kcal
condttlone. I Jacksonville, Sept. 6-All residentsof
mal : bank
11 at Interest. Add little Youwill
each week.
Sold by Jrugglnte for ever. 40 Tear. {
j Florida and Georgia have been Invited
I 1". J. Cheney A Co., Toledo O. ,a be surprised at the rate the money piles up
.. to attend the Georgia-Florida when everyone is helping. Soon the payments,

To Cure a Cold la One l)ay get-together celebration which will beheld JFALTE plus interest paid by the bank will make the car

Take LAXATIVE: HROMO QUININE' (Tehleti i at Pablo Beach near Jacksonville your Com in-let us give you full particulars. .
tope('he C witth anil Mretlst'he and wurh oeR September 15 according' to
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-- .- -- destruction. Each man on board became I! order, Friday evening Aug. 30th., at'I' rie Brown,' :Malcolm\ Long, Ernest and I '

A Real Test for PnV .. Coolidjse IK deaf as a post. When they I Inearcd the club roo 1\1. Quite n number of !I,I Vmson Butler, Wilbur Brown and .f. I I'

the coast! of France, they got I the members and several visitors attended Marcus Howard.
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into a heavy: fog and, unable to hear I and merriment reigned the I I :Miss\ Margaret Dekle, of St. Augustine ..,

the siren of a battle ship, were rammed entire evening. Pellcious rl'rrl'shI', spent\ the week-end, here '

and sunk. ments of fruit salad. anil wafers wereserved. with her mother Mrs. Ida Doklo. 'oJ ..

An instance of how errors may Those' of the committee wereMesdameH i I SiliH-\I II.) Padgett' and Eldred Duncan ", ,

arise from t the sheer CU8 e ness of : II. K. Dell, G. "'. Coleman left !'Sundav, for Cedar Keys.

inanimate things, is the following: A .T. R. :Maines' Chan. H. Register V. :

bookkeeper was adding up a balance I I.. Wise, :Miss' G 'nrltiR Epperson, U. FOR MOKKIMlTho l'EOI'I.E ,.

sheet ono night. He went over his E. Dell\ and F. L. Wise
I bent IIrI'.rk..r'4 get out of sort.* ,"
I figures n second time in order to be I IlIure. Mrt. Susan C. Elvos and daughter when thn liver full to lid They foci .\

He found his first footings$ I :Miss' Francis, of Jacksonville, motored liiDRiiid: half-Hick, "lilue" nnddisoottrnKcd .. t

wrong. HP tried again, with tho'' over Sunday to visit her brother and think I they nrn Belting: la.x, .. Neglect; .
of them symptoms might nwilt, in sickopell .
lama result. Being tired and. warm J. E. Harper, and family. They therefore the wuxililn; .loiirxo n in to ',

and flurried he opened the window, will remain a week or ten days. take a do"o or two of Hcrbme., It, in. Junt

and! a puff of wind found entrance. WadeKonnodv: ami. C. !S.' Coto left I the medii'ino, needed, to purify the BVSUIHand

While looking at his sheet he saw the he-re :Monday for Columbia, S. C., after re"t bClIlI b. Trice tide. iSold: by .
wind move' an eyelash that had fallen a visit with J. Kennedy: and familv .
'resident! Calvin CoolIdBoa tent came at the end of his flrst cabinet I11Pt"hlll11'11 i I." "">ut out on i illouso > that It for two wocks.Quito All Drutf Stores .1.
t' lawn to face u battalion of veteran newspaper( men. II.< proii \II"\ n ,n, l .. i '! I I. h.' vliutler. on the paper in such a manner i

.' ,' riioto show. him with the ni \''Rwrltf'r8. who stamped 1 him : ,. .. .. :. .. made an O appear as a 0. The puzzle a plonsant little entertainment ...'\. TONIC

was now explained.So was gi\en at tho home of Mr. >'
(IrfMo'n" rn"tele* chili: Tonic to>,orcs
not interest the compositor and Ono of the printers felt the heading faro have mentioned only excusable and :Mrs.' J, Frank Bennett! Friday, I
Energy! and Vitality liy P irtfyii> and :
proof-reader any more ib.vi (ho PUS with his finger and found the "U" errors, but millions are perpetrated night, the occasion\ being! a birthd.iv !8 'i :1
(:.urli hinil tho niiiod.\ \Vlicn you fuel 1(8(
Errors i senftern interest the motor r t n of a missing.! He went to the case in the daily for which there can bo party: for their ..Inlllt'htc'r.tiR:\ !! JnsuBennett. i > ,
Itlr'nl111tlIlin.t..nvl/l..rllllnlt( / \ nee how .
trolley car, therefore nn ..rn: such, dark, felt for the U-box, picked upa no valid excuses. The perpetrators' After Ramos wero played it tirlnds color to tho chocks and how ;

an item, made by the writer tf it or letter and shoved it into the headI arc those who ure too lazy mentally r'frI'Rhnwnt.1ICl'e sorvpd. Those attending it Improves ilia appetite, yuvi v. lil tlieu ,

the compositor is apt to go unnoticed I ing. The printing went on in scmij to keep a tab on themselves. "Oh, I wore :Misses' Gonevieve River 1Ill'rj'I'IIII6 Its true tonic value.Grove's .
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1'n i for The Telegraph) I by the proof-reader. Some words ,j I darkness, and the next morning the forgot" wp hear all the time. Tho :Mfltuli\ HUiir Julia Register, Tusteleitti\ eh ill Tonic in dimply o I

in essential part of a that sound alike, as "principal" and :(I paper( came out us the "Galva Onion"an memory, liko all other :functions, I.enn Bennett, Amelia Harper, Ruin- Iron :ind Qiuuliiu suspended\ In syrup. SnI'littmm \

The rubber tip.'hy 7 I "principle" nre sometimes misspelled O had accidentally: got into the needs i"corciso. It is more susceptible Proctor T. D. Proctor, Cloy Dollins! even children!... It. Thn filmidnerds '

'n. can be erased f. rtlttsI. nqt from i ignorance but from lack I[I U-box. The Clarion a democratic of: being improved than nny other Dowey Parrish, Charles Rivers and. (jlllNINK: Purify it am) IKON toFnrkh l' '

I.. n do not use dubber-tip-I of interest in the subject matter and : paper nf the same town ever afterward ir >ntnl attribute! and no one needs Clyde I Crews.Friday it. Destroys Malarial (!terms unr' .

not because vhey do lot the hurry in which all newspaper( referred to the Union as "our have n poor memory.. As long as. he tho following party visited Gdp|| Herms. by in SlreiitJthonliit), Invltfuf.Hind I

'>nt because they must: ; work must be done. Then there ore odoriferous( contemporary." puts up) with it ho i irresponsible Kingsley. lake, Bradford. countv to EITiHt ..lie.NOTirK __._ f I t:

rippinp qua'ity iul>,- i the errors committed by the typesetting i i!: Errors arc committed by all. What a source of trouble to hin"ollt! and enjoy n swim : II. L. Fowler and family : Tl> Itll>l"KIM Hill' t'I'1I1oI1I'IHISII j

."- of drawing and ledger! I machine in transposing of letters a disagreeable world we would have 'I others. 1Ir"Iorlh': Ivnight' and. family.Tho MI'\Mtltl WllXrN, Ml.Hoiilvil Ulllli!. 1 Hi. MisHfilI.tS : I

iientlon that I sometimes the of I Another class of olfenders are those d/lY/ was/ spent very pleasantly.M. 1,1,1. (,
'areful to I even to extent if all of us were strictly correct; and will bv nri.\oil| by lie Ixinnl ofbnitit C'

>'- stand "M-usuro veil, I omitting a letter in one word and what would become! of the geniuses I' who forgot what they should do thru J. Sapp\ and family returned, on llu, oiricu tuiHUt'M, of of tbu Hrndford,imjulniy' o..un1..1..1.1.of tllu\' "bonrd..!, nil lit

that book-keepers: und putting it in the following word. This who aw ever at work Inventing ways preoccupation or ah rntmilld l'"a. A Monday from Jacksonville! after u /Sunk. '. Klorliln, until -.Ho: o'clock I'. .....
Soi't JJ. niul; I. nml nt Hint lino ,punllolyoiivtii'd
I i '
'requcntly cor,imit tirirs, I cannot be remedied before n new to prexent errors ? And of the manufacturers horse can think of only: one thing at few days visit with relatives and for furniiiliitttf f. o b. Hlnrkc! Mn.I .
I fi-nci, '|11,, Clx12M411! Inuh ..01llIoh..Uon.W'.I'I'.oI. ,
t be erased. The ticYirg principle of assembling the letter of precision instruments a tinif; n man, if he Is widc-awako, friends.. lie was accompanied bv his our H

I tab large number of father, H. J. Sapp, of New River.Mrs. Jib ki.HH Atnplra.MI .
el in banks and counting moulds can be invented. Such errors and apparatus ? can keep on a kiKH innl.. nnlliin .

10 not invented st'ely for are marked in the proof, but as correcting i i I Hven the arth of makes subjects\ at the samr\ time. Tho anecdotes :\ J. II. Mann arrived here Sunday IHUH Jild iinlln.BlddrrH .
: fJormnn where sho will muke her home, In HUhmH npii..llltintloni nnj pis. .*
i but also .to Insure cor- one error makes it necessaryto blunders, according to the poet Hen iiliont ciii of win, It In ninpoHid In furnlnll mill tintnmount
i .mse their Ptjrii'es 1 : do Jot: I reset the whole line, the machine about 300 professors nro legion. Iloro i is one : Dr. J. II. :Mann\ having accepted n : thiy; ulll loud. in cm.Tbu .
Johnson, who years ago board tv ii\!>* ltn> rluht to rejuet nny
down properly. may make another transposition( wrote a comedy entitled "Ye DevileIsse Prof M..m Sehlosspr hail. two chins position with the Luke Butler Pharmacy. und. nil ""... .
1C 8 MATTIimw'8.
< may slip and 'he niontitious worse than the first, and it thus: goes an Asse," in which has satanlcniaiiMty and a very protruding paunch. Ono Attont', Cbnlrmnn, .
out walking the Misses! Theressa"' Dasher MarvStiicklnnd c, A. rurcii' 8.24.6t.U.81.
fall into the paper, as a second! nrocf Is of making mistakes day, while] he was / ,
; IH accused :.
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<' than mortal ,\110 nev- n'ot taken, except in CIISCB where galore. We are sure though, paunch folt so heavy till he hit upon and R. O. Holland MASTER'S: 8 VI K \ ,
is For the expedient of supporting it on his Gn., were guests this week Notion |I. luih'liy IIlv..n thnt iimliT. nml. byvlitun
rrcd at all.:' I great accuracy necessary. : that he did not commit the error of of Hint euHinn llnnl. iluorao of fontcloiuro -
books and magazines more pains can I i' walking tick, holding tho latter bv of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Mann.Mrs. niluli* mid r..I..ro'. il' on tlm !Tth duyif
all make nlstakes, it j isiti'v admitting his traducer to his resort along puttingand ) Murgant Townsend, nf Jacksonville Auuu.'. A. II.) 1".'iI.I by llnnornhla. A. V.
bo affoidod yet evon in such errors down' for devile" has probably the ends while he went I'liiitf. jinliitt ..I! thw iilioult routt lu mul for .
are committed by the thore "yi! mibicct. the .k-"n.1. here visiting ..... .
found. One of America's hish pondering on somo abstruse! spent w( nttrorii. ,. Kluriilii., In tlint ttvrtninIHIIMI
t the fingsr of scorn is are : as little use for poets as the wlu>rpiu. I.. C. INiwi.II I I. ..0llll.ln'nt.nnd ,
class magazines engaged a noted Siting the door of a friend'shouse relatives.Kurio T. J. Mom, .n. nml. ,I OllliMuoru, bin wifo,
H' lulr the pi'intor is!' but an printers have, without regard to aire, enter but the Brown orlill'I':\ passed. nr<> ilLfvnibintM. tbn iiiiiluiHirnnl will\ atr.r for
geographer to write an article on color condition of opnii he tried! to Miilu mill \\lll null h>i rit.ti to dm blitbwit "n.1 l
of man, more is ex- the world's future guano sUPP\) '. He sex or previous I emit. of t the I cane caught' ngainxt i t thn through here Sunday enroulc to Ralf 1,1-1 lilililor ,In fniiit of tli,'. rMiitluMi.. ilnorIn
i him in the way of, (coriii servitude.( Htmkii' llrnilfni.l iiivinl> Klorlilu, on Minlny. -
mentioned a number of island whore! door fixings. "Why don't you como .rd.. tho I: ;I i- l: :ilny :of: Uilobi-i: ., A.: I). 1U.M. from anybody; : ilse.mi I 1 I "Some one hn i blundered," says friend. "I oan't, for Mr. and, 1\IrM. N. F.. Roberts. nml lliu li'uul boiirB. of inlit, for the purp. naif
is found and their positions. in ? nskoil his .
guano HHtmryhiK "mil llnnl ili'crn>. lliu followlntfilinerlliiMl
; the very I limited. rrc1' The proof was read with the assistance Tennyson In his eulogy on "the noble some uncxplainable reason," was thoanswer. daughter, Blanche, and Carrie Boll"llrown rcHl I ..wiliil. In Unulforil, dnunty,
six hundred who rode to their left Snnd.iv for Tampa. 1'liirlibi, towtti'Iho
take ,
\ inter is nine to hill attention was (
reader then three .
of a copy Nurt('lul Quurli'r of Ilia HtilltlmiKtQunrlvr .
"this wont is fi.r ahead read each by different death at Balaclava because a high drawn to the way hi! held his cane( huremarked John Ritch Townsend, Clarence (or tbn Kn. .t Half of I Int Ibrmi. (1111 l)
more proofs were a '
information .1 Hivtlnn 'llility i nllli, 'lowiwhiii Hvlu
officer had received l.nadholtz
erroneous !
,m' other mer, who t/o redo person. Yet it was found, when with a puzzled expression : Roberts' and Winifred were \ > Houlh: ttnnirii. lw&nl>...il..i I UI II) I 1':0.: ', oontmninir -
< precision work. How from his spies. Napoleon lost hut thought visitors to Miller Sunday. evening. J"orly nun*, mom or Ivan.
too late to remedy the error that in "'''hy. I missed!' tho cone, A. /. AHKIN.1.Si0rlnl '!.
when he out Waterloo in part because his Miss Virginia Thomas spent tho ,
feels .
average man one case latitude and longitude had I had !left it at home. | Mimti-r In cbuncerx: ,
engineers had committed the blunder week-end at :Miller' with Mlns( Annie A. cnnwa.
.lit to a printer an error who does not .
become transposed! showing the position Any healthy person! Solicitor for Cimiplilinnnl. 8Ulft02HNOIKK
<'! my him. The printer, if of the island as thousands of of not marking down a ravine on the I use booye, dope or late hours, can Belle Peeples. -
Malcolm Long has charge of the : 'ID IHIIIDIIH AMI! 1'lItnITnHI4:
>I to, could oerhaps point miles, away from its real home. map. train himself to be master>> of his All luiiifoliM inilibliil. ,In tin* I'alHlii, of CorwTnllii'rt .
>. errors in the puma sentence! 1 Text books for civil engineers are men have acquired Hnda fountain at the Lake Butler Jlollowuy. lutii, ,if llnullont cnnnty.M'.rliln .
accidental That
Errors of a purely nature I mind. many |?OIIUMI|, will imy unili' d,'bta' fortli*
how to prevent
in faul finder had not, from sometimes take place. The Gal- full of advice about this quality Is proved by train dispatchem Pharmacy.JOP with\ nml nil perftonH: Imvlnir rbilniM, : nKHlnBlnnlil
.' but errors, for surveyors have the disadvantage I Jones, Jr., of Jacksonville Is vulntu Imll Illv tlw Mninw ,*ily mit'iunllcnit'il -
knowledge dijerrvered and yard mimters -
va ( III.) Union was republican pa ( engine men with th. \iiiifltiraliiniiil.. ,inlinlninlrularwithin ,
,. .In< printer finds hen t is when the form for of seeing only a small portion busy railways. They very visiting his parents, this week. Howas 1 two yritni fnim Aiiuiml 14, IVJJ ortbcy
One night on
per. will bo forti. "luirrr!
of their work and have inaccurate accompanied by his cousin, See- r
!in correct them. the first page was carried to the II seldom err, yet at times, just as their IIOYU W. 1IOI.I.OWAY.
instruments, )personal equation rtfime tofunction tier Jones. AilininJiitrntor' I:wliil. ** Coin. 'Inllwri ll.illowny.ili'Ci'nHril. .
\1 ,items, printed in a paper do press! a letter in the heading fell out. limbs will\ go to sleep und .. H.17-Ut-ia-U
and nature itself) to contend with. Rev. W. O. Doyle left Monday for
that their ---- -- -- -----.. .
it seems
this connection we can tell a funny so Columbia county where ho will conduct "'O'rJ'I 111' HI'IIIMII., hi: .Kl: I KIN.
and disaster
II Tb. boHril of
will Kometimes slip a cog l public iiiHtnu'tion of nriul
occurrence : a revival ut Hopuwell church. ford county hi,n,.by ciilln, 0li>rtfonii to b" bold
may be tho result.WP nt 'I'hiircMttit. MCbfHil .liiulilfnif for 'I 1 lit.it-nim dlH'trlrt
While the Florida East Coast extension will end with pointing( out an Miss Anie Howard of Dukes entertained nml lit Hroolilyn. Huboul bulldfnu. forhmoklyn
[ The Dempsey of Today I being surveyed, a sight' lust Wednesday evening at dlHtrlLt to ill'tvinilnn whi'tlnr or
was !
error of whkh all are guilty, an error not the two dmlrliti. Hlmll. ciinmiliiliili,, to nlurttllnM
had to be taken from one key to another at all a Hibernian her home in honor otti.I'I! :Mary ) truMt'i>ii nml oI.'I..mlll" 'tbu nnionnt of.miDiiKM
that is no error as .In .bit nmii>iiniil. Hnid ptvclioim to lilivlil ..
many miles distant, but a signal would It is that though we Thompson. Music and interestinggames 1 Hntiinluy, Hi'pt.! lit/ llli.l.:
have been set there say. by all. \Delicious for tbu puriMMv. of holilniK mild. friction. at
that locate all objects! in their right position were ......., \IJ. W. M..."... 1:. Hulllvmi nml H.
could not be seen through a power I them upside refreshments of ice cream and cake It. Hwlndi I nri*. npiiolnti'il niiinnuffnt.lor .. .

ful telescope. Transit man A accused I we This really in for see the lack of one wero served by the hostess. Those ::: I Hit::,* J iiurtioMw 1':. l'ndifi of: boldlnu tl. Inm: .lib Hnld.Holt vb\ ..tlon mid:: ntllrooklyn J.

telescope lenses were so dirty till he I down. could. present were !Misses Mary Thompson, H. tirlm; .r nr.. nppolnliitl, mmtnuvr.*,
which nature
lenne in the eye, I I. W ''KH.KI.I II. ,
signal. B said he had, but siiid A's supplied only that it V'irgie Thomas, Olga)I and KrankioPriester If. II. WICI.INH.: : Clinlrmnn.MuporlnUmlent. .
I II telescope lens were so dirty till ho 'have easily ( light and, Rstellc Konenborg, Chris ... 8-17-fit-U-l
out ,
I'would have cut some ] ------ .
II couldn't flee a chalk mark on a ne with giving us only the tine Townsenrl, Blanche( Itu"'rtltll! NOTICK nr HKCTIONI. : : .
it stopped I. r. t,. 1'mik. of Htm-kir, Fin byslrtitn
I face. When the matter had dred Roberts, Clarice Long, ]Pearl mayor Pi
gro's things .
crystalline )ense. This enugtm of tbi* nutlNtrlly vratiul In inn by Invw,
nearly proceeded to the stage when I and to sou and Carrie Bella\ Drown, Anna HolloPeeples do. bun..by cnll nn rloctlun to .ba huld nt thu "
to appear upside down town bnll In tlm nforennhl town, by th. funlHIiHl | -
"you're a liar!" and "you're another would have to stand Pearl and, Opal Crawford on :1--' ) "
them right, we ':j'j'H: \V'lnM.: .
) 11. 1U2H .
would have been in order rod- Annie Howard, Me8nrs.! Sidney Pad /
little by
on our heads; yet in infancy for tlm purpoii* of vlrotlnu tba following offl 4":'
man C, who sat quietly studying a learn to see them In their gett( W. T. Chestnut, Aubrey/ Duncan eenitliiv. : r little we Mnyor.lm
school geography that he had found position and not inverted, as |, Carl Brown John Hitch: Townoend, < > l Inrk.: Tnrnnurar. nml.' Tn Collector.

in the cabin of a fishing smack remarked right and only' Winifred Loadholtz: Hal MainuH!, Kn-: linn Mnmhnl; ,JIh
in photographer's camera j 'I: > nbl l rinwn *
be a I ; ; r"f.t.: :: :
that the signal might "something that'nin't. ntdurmun yinr
babies grab .
the IIn. A..o.
high enough/ to show up above the GGG 9C5CG. Innpi..torii. of Nub) fltptlon : Pilwiir': Ililrnif. ,
r <; HtHrllnic mid T. N K.n.lrlnk.In .
rounding of the earth at that !great April 1st has bcpn dedicated to thoperpetrators .I t tlmony wli, iv:>f. t b runto. ..ubneribmy .
distance. The two transitmen looked ought niimn nnd cntm.. thi* ni.nl of thn inld. town
of errors, but we .to bu Inrrounto ntflNeU till* 7th liny nf Autfunt. ,
at each other and a hearty laugh monument to them. Como "Feeling Ill'J:I C. I.. I'KKK,
Both know full to raise a iSinh :Mnyor of Hurk. Fin.S.lBtQ.T .
ended the episode. perhaps no ;
l have been to think of it, though | _____ _______
well that allowance should place would allow it to be built with Fine !" MiriCK: (1C AI'pr.II''TION fOK TAX DEED '

made for the rounding of the earth, boundaries, no more than anyplace tlN..t:1t. : HH:TION 571 OK TUB
I in its
I I but neither had happened to think of in Florida. wants to accept the Iferiby n in ( tnnt T. J. Abl rmnn.purehnNpr .

it. electric chair. People seem to be ". WM pile and thin hardly r..lIv.11I| of 211(1.rA'2 HO, in flOH.evnldenti'n HUH nml I4H.numbvrva iMiindby .
We take every precaution we K. L. Mrs. Bciile I of rln.,
may H. able to go say* thr tnx colli I II
can think of to insure success in an touchy. Bearden of Central. S. C. ". ...1.1 .rtlllcnl>* Iwlnic. ibiud. Jill,. 4. IWI. IIMIllod
nnld eirt'iflenl n In my ofTlen nml" hnnmniltt
undertaking', yet one seemingly Insignificant would suffer, when I stood on nppllrnllon for IAO d.BiU to IMU. InniTordnnen
LAKE feet with bearing-down with Inw.followlntr .
item may be overlooked I my pains In my siil'i and the lower 14,1.1 ..rtlll..",. ....p..llv.ll' .mbr.... th.

I and it spells failure. During' the world Lake Butler, -Sept. 7.lis'llon:1': : : part of my bod y. I did not r.tt nt InmU thn dntn In llrndford of th.. linunncn.nun.,. of Morldn.nHNMiiird ntinhcwrtificntiv .

I a doughty captain of a tramp the of wall end didn't want anything i In th. nnniMi rmtpinitlvaly, hnInnftvr -
war is guest
Alderman of Stark, to eat. My color wa bad and pnrtinolnrly Mit forth. to.wit, :

steamer !got the job from of carrying Baltimore fifty to relatives here. 1 felt ml' ei..bl-. A frland ol ( irtif1i'nt of" Northw No. 200..t CJunrtvr embrnein of flouthwiratJunrtnr Hotithw.

switch locomotive The leading topic in Union county mine told Clunrtnr. M> 20 T|>' A "H. It. 22 Rut tunnar
France. This heavy and unruly cargo favoring I n. n:"Mi :iifMl: J.; ;II. Abrnhnm.r .
is good roads the majority .rtifrnt) .. Nn. 2H9 vmbrneMi 4 A hniclnnlnv -
: was fastened down with chains, I nt HW for: of Nortbwot q"Art.r nft
I and stanchions in same. >JII'h..t ClunrUr nml run N 610 ft, 1 Sill
wire rope, cleats Mrs. Carrie Thermis and nloce MHDUI ft.. H 41)9/ / ft., to l.n.l linn, thnncn W sn ftto
such a way that it could not shift, of Orlando, l ir Hre' S3. Tp. 8, R. 22 E.. 4 norm.Hnni'HHid .
Mill Millie Mae Faile 1 : ;I K. O Qnnnn.f ; .
the wheels were locked with chains of relatives here. >,iflentn No AilH pmbrne... nil 'x Northrnnt -
Things went well are guests Qunrt"*r of North."..( qunrtur. 8mt. II.
set. .
and the brakes Tom Hall, of Gainesville was vls Tp ;. H. K. M ..... (O'l' ncnm, nMMncil ThHoutlnrn .

until a storm arose then five and for iting relatives here a few days ago. I' The Y/cuian's/ !! Tonic ) ('nrtltlcntd Cnttln No. r>82"nllni>.ml. >C.rnr.. ... Wnt Knit ofSoulhwrat

ty engine bells all began to ring. Thbelli Messrs. Laurie and Zenette Armstrong Qu...... SM. 21 Tp. 7, 8, II. 2ilK.

had been made as big 81! that Intarke'll N. C, are the I and I then re.nembered my" .. HO norm, nani mi.i| Unknown Wrut Itulf ofR
of Rldgecrest Ctrtlnrnt No. HH >mhrn'n
to be heard : mother used to tke. il. Alter ... ofNorthwmt
fire tower, so as J. H. Scarborough. uthrut (liinrlnr of Nn.th..t 14unrt>r
guests of :Mr. and :Mrs. the ITS bottle I waa better. I Cjunrtvr. nn above the din of battle. In stowing bczan: to had been yunrt.r. "". ... II. Tp. H. H. R. tl t:.. 10
the freight everything Kred Elves and sinter, )Ir.... Rob I my strength, and good mrrrm. n <, "l J. D Ilillbrnndt.I'nlrun .
thought of except the muffling of Alice and hfaltby color. I am fe"lin|> lne.! :nl :M.' Coleman, and children took twrtve bottles (of Cardul) to ''A.... Iu rt..,l will iMiin thir..>nm
the belK "Belay them clapprfT'/! Roborfta, of Jacksonville, motored to and ha>! r bit 01 trouble > th* loth uW /JOpt..h./ ... A. I). I1U3.Wltnmi .
.ven't thin
nnd wnl
but the net I my olflnlnl iliinntiir*
I was the captain's Luke Butler Sunday to spend the day aince. h.. Ub 01.11 fOr A..ue. !. ". I). I II'l II.n. .
work of fastenings! In the hold mad uncle and aunt, :\.11'. and : Th"t.1'1:! :! other women W. AJ.IP.H'IU: !>l.rt.,1e .
with their rl.
1:1..u' Cou.l. 11..lro.oI C..nt'
mnllar eXJcrlencellnthe '
it impossible to reach the bells. They Mrs. J. E. Harper. They returned \ have UM h< ol Cardul which haa (RtA: LI 01' C. It. Itopuly KNIOU'r.CI..k.NOTICE .

\ .'; got into the choppy sea* of the Gulf :Monday. morning. i brought relief where other S-U.6t-1Io1

stream where the ship wriggled like Members of Lake Butler O. E. S. medicine: had (piled.If TO niDOCR.4Thn
when aiked to take ice .. Robert you auifer fram female ailments bonrd of boml truntna of thn. town oftttnrko
a flapper No. 40 appropriately ob ervcd take Crrdul. It la Iwoman' rlorldn. will r....''v. bliln. on thn 1'lthilny '
the dm was so terrific 0'' .. for nontrnctn for ny.nr't
soda of this worthy 8.pt<"' '
r., ''''prlnll'!nplon'.lsc'k$ Otoml"I'Y.( aa photographed last Thursday. at hi.* Sura- cream\ til larders hadPfo be given by Morris day founder J'Mt what. medicine.you n.-d. It may be nupvly nonibontlan: of .102"1:nn'ln.n. for thn t :01 ln.tnll 100 heinurnnl 4nt
1". annsr camp where He I U prrpnrnit( for buttle In nml wntnr plant. Blddrnn to furnlnh -
let the ship dealer's-. thn llnht
a At druggial'a or
"Jrk. 'Pt14- ln df'ren8e or hla! tltl gainst Luis Firpo. South signs. The u.rt ,ucl: r. :I'IIK' 1''PttaIII.1It' your nil nvenwinrir Informalion .....d'nor thn

':" P.u c.t *nW. 800.. critics opine thit Deinpney bu. iwiiwU. hli severely alone for an soon as they ._ unay byblood. ..... I' KM 011 on wh..h bu' .. me..,. T. QUIOLEY.C .

,.- creatnhli and fmc th* dinner of joslng W. crown to tbe M<{ heard or felt the din, they thought -trhl the You -au KM) (-! *. (tnaifta..4. $ = A. rUTCn..l Chmrmnn.SIOntDI .
n.uuler trout the South: it was some Yankee trick for their iavUtu! .c.aa t.'fo' 1'01,. <.l: >rk.



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;q r PARR EIGHT 7. ,IQ3.:!

,l i rIt -
I F Tuesday when an autoiuobilp! in

',r.D BAPTIST CHURCH I I THE FI.OItlD.RESCCE HOME: t. Governors in Horseshoe Pitching Tourneys | which they were returning from Hemingway

> I : : | :Myrtle Beach, where they had been
; ;;
''t i ii There will be preaching at the Baptist Major and. Mrs. L. A. Odom, superintendents spending the day plunged through a

'1' 1\\ '!t church both morning and evening of Volunteers of America, partly opened drawbridge over the MarketAT

i by Rev. Thomas )Hanson( of Newberry. with state headquarters at Jackson- '
1 it --- ----- \Vaccamaw river near here. One of
'. Some of us have heard? Brother yule are making an organized; effortto 1
the of seven escaped Bodies DEPOT
J Hanson and. know what a forcefulpreacher protect and help unfortunate girls Oov. "Charlie" Moore. Idnlioa.
I ; I "dirt farmer" //O\'I'I'nll'. shown here. 1 of five of the ,drowned had been! re-
fie is and want the whole and, women who have made a 7 '
t i we young or The
, halls with' delight the return covered Wednesday. Leading
4'' town to hnr him the time. He is I mistake in life. horseshoe pitching! / 114 n i-opnlur" MarketMeats
t ( quite a young man hut in him you I In connection with this effort, a w4,1.. V.. port' liiinuse(luonce' NJS a champion j I I The dead are Mr. and Mrs\ J. S.

.Jl'- the of God manifest I I'I large institution known ns the Florida 4 Il<> l.-c going( to u\' memo! and Cuhppcr of Conway and their three
1 can see power t Is to niculiist (00\! '. ll.-iiu. of I *
I '1 Rescue Home has been established pitch | children, and Mrs.\ :Marvin Conner, of that sntisfj. ..
: expected to be All ,
All Baptist are ; pres- ei OH>KOII lit :Sumpn' Iilulio. St>,pt! i<< "nd, "
Jacksonville where girls in Conwav. :Marvin Conner who also Fruit and Produce. .
;'I enL at ; JI.1"1'0!' the< idnho-Oregon, ::; iminmm I H' :'n mesy'
", -' need of a friend are received from "nt for lli! \\".e..">"ni iluiinp'i ,.hil| I I was in the car, manage to extricate at a price that gives: fair, mr.' ,

f !, \\ closing nil due andpast all parts of the state and helped with 'I _J is scheduled' \ .11,1'.11.' |jltimintIt i' himself after the car struck the wa1 ,, Profit. We do not sell chen *
eIre up to Illilni," Uov Moore.It P| meals
i ., loving hands as long be nec- ryfj,. a .t r tie; tin ns 1 ter and swam to safety. We do sell the best thai
as may ,
I'lease call ,
i due accounts. i 1 Is 1 n (food sport| uiiil I nm rlll.1 I ro> I cnn I lit had
h ci; settle or mail check. DeWitt C. ('SAar '. This work is state wide in x) o- e see It ii'tiiinliitf to iKtpiiliiiitvHoisoHlioe ,, I I II at reasonable prices, and if > ,u tome

Jones. its conduct and free in its benefits. r pltdUnu' tnUi* people|' '' 'mtn one time you will keep pommhen ,,, .
: w the open and irnlni their eyes! rw 101nll1..cll' ; I NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX HEED :
of such Insti-
The strong need an .' I
tution has been thoroughly demonstrated GfcMHAL STATUTES \\ you go order meat l'i, ,n t,. I
r PROPERTY and the most forceful argument L'Mn""Al1irw6i,, a J --- I In h.r.by.n' that L>. E. KnlirM I and le convinced. You want ,i'u'! iMt,
: lmrOh".r if c'rlil1'oNo., one: ''', detect, the
f' rr;:, tax
that could be employed to Induce __. < Ith day of lul>',, A. I). latt. has algid cordial is the salutary in my office, and him made aui>ll-
ha co-operation -------
( S. R. Johns, wholesale grocer, *
I cation for the deed to IHBIIO In accordancewith -
bought of E. E. Canova the property fact that wayward\ womanhoodis between. I this month and all are cordially invite law Snfit eprtiflcnto embrace the following '.

I bounded b)' Walnut, Oak, Ninth and Lemur, constantly helped and restored ; ed to hear this noted evangelist I'ford, 1 county dpflcrihrd World property, to-wltt situated I In Brad F. G. Hemingway
JI to usefulness. Services both mornin and eveningat : N "". A or Nurthwmt IJunrter cC !South-'!
Tenth streets, consisting of ground the Presbyterian church. I went Quarter. See, 'I I, T|), ". M. It. 'J! E,. iRntii
t ,g planted to fruit and shade trees and This splendid service to the state INTERESTING: :\ : OF TilE >n. The I rtnid land 'U''inu .,......pd at the -
Sunday school at 10 date' uf the 'teftiianr nr mi"h curliicate; In Vltm-M .
\ and society is being performed in a. m. my official ("mature n i" i ,
commodious residence. Mr. Johns
'I i it LAW BIBLE CLASS the nnme nf Hunry Mitchell SrI I the Sin day of Si'l'UmlHT A I 1) "
and family arc comfortably domiciled great volume as far as the resourcesof Preaching services at 11 a. m. and I Unites old certificate Hhall b. redeemed aceordinic O. w. AIDFRNn: .
t tDClerk
I In law tax dead will III"l thereonon
I in their new home. the organization permit. For fur 8 p. m. I ; I the Hth dn Oet, I I'i X \U t ::8 I I I \Clrcui,'" ., _
r' L The fences are being rebuilt by D. ther information regarding this department T. J. HEDGES, Tuesday afternoon at four o'clock ft.7-nMn.il, no. ,
at the home of Miss Etta Tison the
s t.. D. Woodard and other Improvements address! Major I.. A. OdomP. Minister. i i -

r will be made. O. Box 71, Jacksonville, Fla. ------ I Law Bible class held a delightful ses-
r AID I sion. The social committee in charge
j were Mrs G. W. AldermanfMiss Et- ,
I. We are closing up all due and PRESBYTERIAN i ta Tiion and Mrs. G. H. Bennett, and t# I. II '
due I'lease call The following from the
accounts. telegram
;I about thirty ladies of the class and
( I r settle or mail check HeWitt C. Ambassadors chairman of the Southern Division of home department were present.

It t I .Jones. They hold the lamp from day to day, the Red Cross, to F. F. Stump, chair- | Mrs. G. C. White, class president,
r ..
So low that miss the of Bradford
---- none can way, man County Red Cross
v i { presided over the business meeting.
( ATTENTION: STOCK RAISERS And yet HO high to bring in sight Chapter, has been handed to us for i
t I 'I I Mrs. W. J. Epperson read a scripture
That picture fair of Christ the Light, publication: 'I
lesson and Mrs.\ A. E. Wall, teacher
t There will be a meeting held at the That gazing up, the lamp between, "Please Join immediately all Red
IRt i of the class, led in prayer.
Jz; court house in Starke Saturday, Sep The hand that holds it i 18 not seen. Cross chapters in hurried, systematic I The work of the class is divided in- I

rat tcmber8, at which all\ owners of stock nnttion wide appeal for Japanese suf. I II ,
to four Social
i departments, namely: y.
1 i are urgently invited to be present. They hold the pitcher, stooping low, ferers. Your chapter quota is $300. | committee, home department, cradle i
The metlnuwilt be for tho purposeof To lips of little ones below; Exceed, if possible, BO( as to make
i roll, sick and flower committee, and
) ,: deciding/ ways and means and time Then raise,it to the weary saint, state quota $20,000. Chapter may(|: from each of these departments was
t for dipping cattle and such other And bid him drink when sick and faint make contribution from treasury
j read an excellent report.
I I matters as may properly come before They drink; the pitcher them between funds, if local program Is not thereby r
I During the social period, Mr.\ John
i t : ,i the meeting in this connection. The hand that holds it is not seen. jeopardized." /
I Powell, with Miss\ Mona Alderman as
: E. L. WILSON. Anyone wishing to donate to this '
accompanist, sang, "Then You'll Remember
,I They blow the trumpet, soft and clear fund will please leave check at Brad-I "
fa .' Me" and "Gene. Mrs. L.
fy We tire closing up all due and That trembling sinner, need not fear,, ford, County Bank, Starke. G. Powell
I gave as an Impressive
j past due accounts. Please call And then with louder' note and bold I "

III ,settle or mail check DeWitt C. They storm the walls of Satan's hold; REV WYAND COMING HERE after rending which Guests'Miss poem Mona called Alderman"Envy, The Masters of "Big Business"Have

( Jones. The trumpet comin thus between, gave Mendelssohn's piano solo, Been Masters of Themselves !
The hand that hold it is not
rf I f seen. Rev. Fred B. Wyand, of Virginia, "Scherzo." Here is the picture of a group of men who've "gone over

j ( EARLY STRAWBERRIES will begin a revival meeting at the I Refreshments if ice cream, gold the top" in business successes, because they had learned
And when our captain "Well the great fundamental truth that
says, no man can master any-
Methodist church the fifth in and Creole cake served the
y .', Wednesday, September I 5th, T. S. done! Sunday I were on thing who is unable to master himself.
Williams brought to our office several Thou good and faithful] servant, September. Rev Wyand has worked I I'vine covered porch, and at the close They kept the "thrift spark" brightly glowing and the

ripe strawberries of the Missionary comet ns a Methodist minister and evangelist of the evening names were drawn for .spending, habit" under control.
in North and South Dakota, and the Pollyanna game for the monthof Steer YOUR craft into the "saving channel" and make the
variety, and declared that bloom was Lay down the pitcher and the lamp; "
lea Ant
\) sailing.
i plentiful in his berry patch. This is Lay down the trumpet, leave the served as a soldier in the world war. September. ; Your SAVINGS: ACCOUNT is cordially welcomed at this
Rev. Simpson, pastor, considers himself
/ the earliest date for strawber camp," Bank.
'r. fortunate in securing: the services SIX PERSONS DROWN IN RIVER
I The weary hands will then be seen
., no Burbank to nurse the old 1 plants Clasped in his pierced ones, naughtrENTAWORD of this noted evangelist, and a WHEN AUTO JUMPS BRIDGE
great meeting is confidently expected. THE BANK OF STARKEh
to late bearing, and forward the )I
,; young plants so that they had ripe Arrangements are also being Only One of Seven PasHrnem Escape Hank of Helpful Service

berries as soon aa the old ones quit made to secure the services of a good From the Wreck STAKKE. FLA.

( bearing. A word to the wise is singer, who will lead in this part of

b' enough. the devotional exercises. Conway, S. C., Aug. 31.-Six per
The meting will begin the SOth of sons were drowned about midnight

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i 'r r
f The revival meeting. at the Christian FOR SALE-Good young horse, wagon -

1( church, begun four weeks ago and harness. Will sell cheap.G. .

\ by Pmtor!' W. E. Daughcrty anti Re.v. C. Cady, Starke, Fla. {0-7-tf

W. Dnughertv, his son, find later as-
slated l in by Evangelist Roy L. Brown FOIL SALE:-Fine young horse and

f and wife, closed Sunday night. These 2-roller cane mill and boiler at a

meetings never flagged, in interest sacrifice for quick sale. See J. C. "Love '

t and were as well attended toward the Manning, Starke. It*-. Home Money"

]last as in the beginning. So far nine
MILKSchool days are here. Your
members have been milled, to the
I children need good; wholesome milk
I church, but the good eeed sown will,
Let Peterson supply a part of your
j without a doubt, cause many others
needi. A trial will convince you .
to join later
1 our milk Is O. K. It*
l Mr. Brown reorganized the church, -

with elders and deacons and put it on FOR RENT-My farm, 1 mile east f
1 a systematic working 1 basin. He called 1i'K
of Starke or( Middleburg road, containing -
I I it "a man's church," Mrs Brown, 20 acres good land and
I II f though unobtrusive, was very active Good
good 7-room house. proposition -
i among the ladies and won great 1'01''I' -
II I' for right party. J. A. Morgan
ularity. She organized the "Women's
hsr E Starke. 9-7-2t.
I Council," the first of the kind for the

t church, and which promises to he WANTED-Man to work on farm.

t 'I' very effective for unity and progress. Write to A. F. Petterson, box 355,

I' Starke, or meet me at Manning's

\ store next Saturday afternoon. It* 1t

FOR SALE-Several 10 weeks old
pure bred Leghorn: cockerels from

lI iL'f 270 egg strain. Worth $5. My

i.. price $2, while they last. Fred!

rf't Beck, Starke. It*

FOR SALE-Missionary and Klon-

'j a dyke strawberry plants, $4 per

A % ,I thousand immediate f. o. b.shipment.Green Cove.J. S.Readyfor Mar- The magic multiple of Love, Home and Money is the Keystone of every empire. Americans -

A HARTFORD FARM POLICY maduke, Green Cove Springs, Fla. today enjoy the pleasures of its highest development.

COVERS FUEL 7-27-8t-9-14

I a I There in a whole long centuryof The money appeal is man-made, but natural because in it man sees preservation--for

experience back of each HarN FOR SALE-Missionary and Klon- self and those he loves. Ideas of independence for an old age may vary, but the principle to I

I dJ 1 l:, ford Farm Insurance policy. dyke, growing strawberry on plants new ,land any, quantity from- that realization is just the same. To attain the goal, investment is necessary--either in strong

;' : It rovers all farm buildings, fresh plants, ready Jply 1st. If Interested box, bank!:, business bonds, securites. .

,/ household; goods, provisions, fuel write J. M. Truby, Starke
j I: and personal effects grain seed, Fla. 6-22-10-28. The Bradford County Bank can help you, from the first service of a saving department

I'I'I hay, straw and fodder, all kind where 4 per cent interesfis paid quarterly, to our experienced advice on sound investments
Cured !4 l).
of stock feed, farm, tools, implements files! in O to yI >

i/ and machinery, harness "In:H'''-'JU'.. .'.1.1.M fo,Ja i,,1 C'I mane_ju ll.edt.0.erotrudlQAP.a If PAZ OiNT%'LVT': fall? which will earn the greatest profits for you.

i and similar equipment, vehicles, ...- r 1"7\ IfcMim' Fte.! n" 1 you fn.;thtT a
1 4w4 UNtMMi. >k M
e horses, mules, rattle, sheep and Whether your ideas of success be '.
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