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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Union County's CONVICTS STRIKE Number of Dead r"In




Good Road'Association I AT ROAD CAMP] Japan's! Disaster .I I ;: '


ACCfSKD; MURDERER I RUSHED I ITO .
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Saturday Sheriff uickly Officers( ( and Restore Posse From>rThl'Y Here GEORGIA(;-FROM FLORIDA( Is Still Increasing 'If f'Ji'


Jacksonville, Sept. 11.-Throe -
special ..
halls Held at Providence With Large FIVE l iL'JON RELIEF FUND( had "week-end" trouble at deputies from Echols county. Ga., JAP Al'TIIOIMTIES" h AVE IKKMATED ;- IIRITIrll 'I ISLES FORESTRY : .1.'

Numbers Present FOR JAPAN IS EXCEEDED state road camp u No. 12, situated three tonight were en route by automobile 60,000 HODIFS TO |U \TK MAN I IN STAUKE SUNDVY ..... l.
for an unnamed point across the line I W"::. ',
The TJmon county good roads as- Washington Sept. tl.-The five miles north of Starke. Twentyfourof into Florida with A. E. Goodson mechanic One Thousand Three Hundred and I'lnf Frasrr Story of London '
notation held its second precinct million dollars originally asked of the the forty-seven convicts went on wanted in Echols in connection Nineteen Shock in Six Day l England: was n visitor. in Staike (last: ";-
mei'tmi And rally with the citizensf American people for Japanese strike because, according to an Asso- with the fatal shooting! Sunday' Sumla>". Prof Story 'IK a member of s '
el\rtl1-1 I ciated Press from Tallahassee 1
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Providence last Saturday afternoon quake sufferers was exceeded lit !Mayday of John Roberts. Washington Sept II. -Thu bodiesof the newly created forestry commi.s-, t
i three o'clock. A goodly number Rum of $100,000 today, as contributions "a son of Captain J. S. McNeil, The deputies, under the leadership fiO.OIX) dead had boon cremated by sion of the British I isles a bureau '. ', ,:,
in of the shot at negro
e'em, from Lake Butler and Raiford, continued to pour in from every charge camp him.a" rf J. \V. Ponnington brother of SherIff the authorities in Tokio up to midnight which corresponds", with our federal'i '
anti found that many of the best citizens section of the county, but Rd Cros I, convict who had cursed ( Ponnington, of Echols appeared. September 8, the Japanese minister forest Hcrvfoe. He was selected to i ; : i
of the district were on hand to officials sent forth the word that con- Following the shooting Ed Callahan at the city jail early tonight, hurriedly of foreign alfaira said in a telegram attend u gathering of foresters from ','

dear what was said for the advancement tinued support of the project was a I u trusty, called the strike and I obtained the prisoner and departed. received here today at the Japanese nil )parts of the Kntinh Empire hold 1 .
of Union county through the necessity.A 'the men followed him from the place The deputies said they were not embassy The number of bodies last month in Canada After visiting ( ,

medium of good roads total of $5,108,300 had been pub where they were working back to the certain there would be any demon still uncovered is probably very /.: ('lInll,11h, ,. canto to the United .
lion Joe Hill Williams was their crihed when the books wore close camp. The force of guards: at the titration against Goodson in Echols great, it was added. The casualties Stales and is. now studying/ forestry '

t speaker and he took the proposed for the day. The executive commit. camp were not able to subdue the county but declared they would take in Yokohama were estimated! at 110- tmiditioiiH. In' the South.

bill and discussed it section by i tee of the Red Cross announced that convicts and Captain McNeil sent a chances. They are to meet Sheriff 000, or ono-quiirter of tho entire population While in Starke Prof. Story was T
section He proved to the satisfaction late advices on the extent of the catastrophe wire about the trouble to Commi8sioner IVnnington and a force of officers and many more dead were the I'tiest, of Lonthall Wyman of the e

''If all fair minded citizens present made it clear that the sum of Agriculture McRae. The across the state line. said to bp unaccounted for in outlying loenl forest experiment station !Mr. ,
that the bill is eminently fair toe originally asked would he inadequate )I latter notified State Convict Inspector districts.An Wjinini took Prof. Story out to tv t

,ec tions and all parties. That the I I and the campaign for funds would be T. B. Johns to go to the camp CARD OF THANKS official investigation, / it wn said Sampson lake to see his naval stores ,
)I continued. I immediately to see what he could do. touts and. later showed, him other places .
framer of the bill were not playing shows that in Yokohama of three (
fni. the vote of any section to the detriment I Three of the country's divisions to I I The trouble took place Friday of We wish to express our heartfelt thousand. foreign resident, ono hundred of interest to foresters. Proto tt
of any other section of the I which the work of collecting money 'last week. Sheriff Epperson was notified thanks and appreciation to those whoso were killed including fifty Urit- Story was. much interested in our .
unt\ and that the governing idea was allotted exceeded their quota on I and Saturday morning he and | kindly assisted us during the illness lath and twenty Americans. American methods. of turpentining byt\

was to' give most where most was the first five million dollars. They 'Deputy Baiaden with a posse ofj I and death of our little darling, The foreign minister declared to l>clint I trees which differ greatly from the f

needed; that the only politics in.it is were the Washington central and the Starke citizens went to the camp. Ini I Clco I.orene, and especially do we i'bo reports that the capitol was HVHlom IIHI'II+! in I Europe' for extracting r. r4'

(ti", place every possible question in New England divisions. a few minutes ten of the striking thank Dr. Middletnn, for his earnest to he removed from Tokio althoughhe gum I
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(the hands of the people who when Nine Red Cross relief ships carryIng convicts were put in the sweat box i i endeavors and untiring efforts. May said many of the Industrial commercial After leaving 1 / Starke he went to
rightly informed call always be de- thousands of tons of clothing, for punishment and the rest of the,' God bless them abundantly. and publishing houses. planto Miami! to become* acquainted) with '.

lundcd on to do the right thing i: building: material food and other ne men consented to go back to work. I'| Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Crews. remove temporarily to the Osaka. tropical forests and from there hot ,

!Mr Williams was followed by Hon. ;' cessities either have sailed or will and Kobe districts. expects. to Ifto North Carolina and
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Truman G. Futch of Leesburg. Mr.Futih sail within a few days from Pacific following the first shock on the points in New England. .
Lees- I coast ports. The commodities making APPOINTEDAGRICULTURE first of September 131'J! and
was, before moving to : MAYOR IS separate t
up these shipments accounts for distinct shucks recorded too MINUTES! OK CITY COUNCIL +
iurgr, a resident of what is now Un- were up
ii ,ounty, and was a member of the expenditure of $2.10,000.ROSIEnFUTCH] HEAD a.m., on the sixth of September. SEPTEMBER: : MEETING e, ir 4S,

eirislature! from Lake county when I Tho region suffering the extreme ,
''mon county was formed from Brad I I earthquake' shocks extends 100 miles Tim town council of the town of

ford. He gave specific instances of AS McRAE RESIGNSFormer from north to south and. 130:\ miles Slarko mot in regular session. Sept.! ,,1iRh ,
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profits arising solely from the build- A home wedding of unusual beauty east to west The population of this with the following member + t

nj -,f hard roads sufficient to con- was that of Miss Elsie Futch and 1------ _. whole effected. arm H. ,000,000, / and present: J. W. A 1I.lr'wII. Jr., S. A-
v nce the most skeptical. Comparl- Brittain Rosier which was solemnized Commissioner Had Servedin 1I I MRS. HUCIIES ENTERTAINS: FOR the property ilimago, whlih of course lirynn O. J. firitlln; J. ('. Robinson.Ujion .
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were made with Lake county Surlday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Office Twelve Yearn; New Executive MISS DAVIS is immense, is. not yet determined, or DID t Ion t !Mr. Andrews, acted asi t ,
'id, other counties which latter have the home of the bride's parents, Mr ix Resident of Marion I M"j.'lol'id/ estimated.Up I i'hail'man pro tern qr, '
mttcrned after Lake in the building and Mrs R. H. Futch of Lawtey. County. In honor of Davis of to midnight. of Urn eighth, the !Minutes of lust meeting were read .yh
roads, and these comparisons I Rev. Donnelly performed the ceremony i I' :Madison, the attractive house guest authorities in Tnkio had, burned the sad approved. It
w.d that the results which was.witnessed by a large I lof Mrs. James M. Mitchell, !Mrs Nell bodies of fiO.OOO dead. Tho number Upon' motion it was ordered that ;
conclusively of friends and relatives. The Tallahassee, Sept.emer5.NathanMII Hughes. entertained delightfully! at ho refunded, It, Green; )
'r, ,-xactly] parallel. The only dif- circle I I "still unfound of those drowned, buried $l.liit to A. on
".....n' IK in Lake's favor becausek veranda on which the ceremony was Marion county farmer mer- ,, auction bridge Friday.. evening ut her under debris or burned in the general personal] pmporoty, for 1 HI!>:22.: + ,
had performed faced a spacious yard in chant will assume the duties of commissioner I homo on South Walnut street. conllugarution, is. probably) very The clerk was. instructed\ to notify
> ow the light first and has of Floridaon
which we4k blooming numberless old- of agriculture The tables were placed in the long great. I property. owners nn !Madison. ami
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"i' for longer w
a period.
fashioned Southern flowers and ros- November 1. He was appointed ': (living room which was artistically Up to the eighth in Tokio first aid Cherry streets to hove property con.mated it t
alt A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, us- the position today by Governor ]Hur- dec'orated with And astors. After
es, with the slanting rays of the evening roses had been administered In the emergency with the .sewer, where salt'
i t. '1 n minutes to convince the good alee, few hours after tho state chief ; buffet
sun bringing out their brilliant a ': a game of bridge, delicious hospitals to upward of ;SOD- connections hove not boon" mado.
rot, if Providence that the people had received and acceptedthe !
executive served !Mica Aileen
luncheon ,
colors. was I 11110 injured and sick.COUNTERFEIT !Mil In tfc for the current year was
,' ill sections of the county are de- I The bride was a vision of girlish resignation of \V. A. McRao, who ', AlxareR-Hiul Mrs. Edward: Burns! assisting asHOHHod. an f,"Hi"ws: y
''mu thnt if any favoritism is shown her of< had held the office for twelve years, in nerving the guests. Mr. '
in
loveliness wedding mills.
I gown : : $20 (HM.NOIKSAKE : : Coneral; fund, 4 ( t td
will be toward rather than against : navy taffeta fashioned along simple will be connected with some large development O. L. Beasley made high score anj AGAIN; IN ('Iit'ULATION( Road and bridge"Jty. milU.Intorost + .
Pt 'idonce, for the simple reason : lines, which enhanced her blond beauty companies in handling interests was presented with a Japanese incense 7 mlll.. 'i $ '
that Providence! being oft' the rail- with hat and necessaries to iruUh in the state he said I' burner and incense and Mrs.F. TIu Florida Hankers Association I Sinking l'/a mills.. "I

o nau. ,is in greater. need than other An informal reception was held following In submitting his rl'slA'nation.Ir.! L. Turner was awarded the booby, has received notification from the Waterworks 1 mill. _

tions. I the ceremony after which Mr. McRae did not fixe the time he would a bridge set Miss Davis was givenas treasury department that two now I Total 1(5( mills ,U; '

Rev J, B. Crews had only a few I and Mrs. Rosier left for their home. relinquish his position. Gov. Har- a guest prize, attractive Japanese counterfeit $20: federal reserve notes Reports of the board of bond trustees

minutes because of the approach of n I The bride is a young lady of many dee wished him "much success in markers and score pads. have made their appearance in circu I the treasurer and. tux collectorwere
thunder cloud but he used it in an I, accomplishments and of highest your proposed field of activity." and I' The invited guests were Mr end latlon. t'xllmlnell1n.1, ordered filed

earnest exhortation to the people toinsider Christian character, being: a memberof thanked him "for the services you Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. H.H. The workmanship on these notes is I The council adjourned, to Soptom- w

( the question fairly and with 'I one of the most highly respected have heretofore rendered the state," I Young Mr. and Mrs. Edward very much alike but thin counterfeit her ]12th, 11)23.') r'.+ ', sv '
,ut prejudice; to treat those who families in this section. Mr. Rosier in his letter accepting the resigna, Burns Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkinn, in poorly printed. Much of tho lathe C. A. FUTCH. s.,

might differ from them on the subicrt Is a young man of sterling worth and tion.The I MM Florida Davis of Madison Mills work in the face appears in solid color I <; Clerk ( '
with kindness and respect be- lone of Bradford county's successful new agricultural chief will Ailoon Alvarez Mrs. F. L. Turner, instead of the fine lines. The seal I I( ( +

cruse good roads will win solely up- farmers. i bring with him to the capitol the experiences and Mrs Previtt of Fernandina. la poor and, the number of the dates I rilKSIIVTEKIANServices :
''I their own merit. They will win friends and relatives of a practical farmer and -
I Their numerous ,, appear different on specimens submilted. 1 both morning and evening. .
because they are needed and because join in wishing them every success Business man obtained in the conduct ..- Some of them have the letter !, Sunday school at 10 n. m.
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they will pay for themselves when.se- in life. of his large agricultural Interests and ; ; K prefixed to the number instead Preaching services. at 11 I o'clock In
ireil. I business enterprise in his home county C-[ Pensacola"M \ of O, which \III the correct letter. This l|: thu niornlnu\ and, at H oVIixk, In the r a l

Altogether! the day was a success Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow : which he alas represented in the counterfeit should be easily d..te.ted'i evening 1ts
nd friends of the issue feel confirm I spent last week at Kingsley lake. lower house of the state legislature 'i tt
that Providence will be with They had as their guest Mrs. String- In the terms of 1921 and 1923. Com --

them when the day of this election fi- :, fellow's sister Miss Louie Belle Car missioner McRae was appointed head J CAPT. McNEIL MAKES STATE- vgI
''mlly+ arrives. ter. of the agricultural department March .
I I, 1912 by Governor Gilchrist as successor -
to the late D. E. McLin and MENT REGARDING CONVICTS :

IT ALIANSERBIANCRISIS IS has that been time.continuously in office since / s Y.Hrv I ;'I

I I Concerning Recent Strike Called! byi 1-W-) ; ;s leader culled. the strike.I .

MENACE TO EUROPE'S PEACE B. Y. P. L'. ENTERTAINSThe i I i Prisoners of (Road Camp I I Then have been two investigations I r?

I .-one by thIS division engineer andono y y
:MINUTES OF SCHOOL BOARD B. Y. P. U. members who left The strike was caused::: by a letter by the state convict Inspector, T. y
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Mussolini( Will Proclaim Annexation MEETING for' the winter months were most delightfully I received from the 'state road/ depart| II. Johns On Sunday Callahan' intentions '

of Flume entertained at the home of ment regarding( new rules and regulations j won to make u proposition ,V
to Italy Any Day I
Mr.! and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter Saturday The letter wan. received about I|110 mo that if I wanted to pay them t
Board met in regular session Sept.
members present, vi'1.: .. evening Sept. 8th from R to 11. August 1st. When the new rules and $101)') and make him special trusty, he k ,< "
Athens Sept. 11.-The crisis be- 3, with all L. J. Throughout the evening game regulation were received they were to Hay who would be trusties and ; '
tween Italy and Serbia over the W. Kfckhter: A. A. Hazen and were played and enjoyed and before i' pouted and all prisoners were called! I I have the privilege to Hay when and a ;

F'ume' question is causing grave anxIety Wynn. departing the guests were served with' I up and the rule and letter road to where they should go he then wan + a
here where' it is looked upon asa Minutes of last meeting read .nl delicious ice cream and cake r them. I told them that In the future to promise faithful performance of e e

possible menace to immediate adjustment approved as read.A Those present were Blanche and wo would have to abide by these new duty and should' any trouble of any 1 v
of the Greco-Italian situa- petition signed by all. then patrons :Mona Alderman Elizabeth and Hugh rules. kind arise the department was to

tlon It la feared that in the 'event of Pine Forest school asking to, Jrownlee, Herschell and Mildred The following day, Sunday afternoon know nothing about it. a'

"f hostilities Italy will find some pre- be consolidated with Starke school l. Crosby Fannie Darby Mildred Gill, while I was at the lot, Eddie Thin all in face of ruled laid down .
ext to continue the occupation of was received and same was granted.L. babel Bullen, Thomas Limbuugh Callahan a trusty) followed me and by the state mild department for us f ,
the island of Corfu, the evacuation R. Edwards was employed to bring Ethel Griffin Carolyn Fripp Thelma c we had a conversation concerning the to work under. During th* (Investigation t
"e which seems to be the uppermost the children in. Snellgrove Frank Carpenter Alvin rules and regulations. Eddie said he "
factor< in It agreed that the board would! John Padgett and Miles Ray : of the state Inspector he was
Greek circle. was Beck had always tried to work for the best .
convict that did not
told by the they JLa
Advices from Belgrade 'the recommend paying three dollar per of Lake Butler, Charlie Powell Owen interest of the camp but in returnhe "
ay pop struck. '
know why they -
ulllce of the Jugo-Slavian capital U child with a maximum of $10.03 to Griffin, Charlie Cooper John Powell, expected special privilege shown
In a state of high excitement and the ; any widow applying for the widow' Jessie Thomas, Frank Pattee, and him that were not shown the average Callahan and Brown have been
Government pension. This amount to be paid others. ,e wv transferred to the camp in Baker
will follow step by step trusty. '
% county and the other are doing good
month
eVery monthly for four ,; that time he an.l Fran"Brown.
; From on
military move taken by Italy. for footway to be built Jessie Chesser' and Mr*.. Louie. Annie Indo- work and oem to be satisfied.. The j'r '
The Albanians hare their Requests It toME even JndgM two hour to another trusty, became
closed Grim themselves ss ,
Greek near Lawtey and Brooker refused. pick MU Kath rliM fiord a* the lent and Brown wrote the governorand majority expressing
ed frontier, according to publUh- Board will furnish material for a Supt. Wiggins reported that all mint twauttrtU woman la Weft flor- the name of several of being lorry they caused any dutur.bane. .
report and arming all men of military Cretview. schools, except Heilbronn and h- 1da. ,Then tttt. >.. enured u MMU forged let
toilet at When I would not 1
age in the eaatem of the claims were recommended andwere now running, but he needed PnifMoU. !. the Nation. Beauty the convict
part Widows pension and Callahan
Slow at Atlantic City, N. J. him mall the letter he .
country, for Mr*. Fay Gill Mrs. seven more teachers. I
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER: ) ;
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work is active. ternationale at !\Mascow
: if the
UHWH R TRICKS USED BY JUGGLERS I The ventilation of many factories ken, according the nvr

i' n!' ( Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs i YlRIGlRS I and offices depend on factors over ry out the following pi??.',,
Apparently Marvelous Feats Are Made
{ w.r ro.wu.nrnwn.wwn.e..waw.u.w................ ,auwwwnfi Easy by the Us of Specially which the workers may have little Overthrow and deduct T
Devised Apparatus.Not control. At home, however, in their federal, state and pim'm>, mments

1 f Live State News \ / ..... Take it home to rooms they have fewer or no other with the elimmat "

:.J all the tricks you see performed : .. the kids. persons to consider and may be ableto : ing constitutional form,

..... .....___... .. n.. .__.__n........____.. by professional JUKKlers on the tuusli t insist on pure air especially at tlons.

1 r ? 1 Told by Our Exchanges. ball stage are genuine says a water i I .a Have a packet in night. Establishment of a ,,,,

In a London [,a per. I your pocket for an The idea that night air is unhealthyand I, ship, absolute in the CXIT,
Take, for Instance the familiar use
i s mmmm....""" """ wmnu"=mIRmD! which I Ireat. must be shut o'ut is a survival I er, owing allegience to o i-.
r consists of rolling a ball back- ever-ready
S h The Chipola Preserving Company: I .mother. bumper crop to be packed ward and forward along a round.. 1; from ,the days when men barricaded munist or third intermit.t
iA i onodf-rable smooth walkingstick.Apparently i A dtllcfous( confection I I themselves to keep' enemies from I scat, !Moscow.
't of :Marianna, has canned 20,000 two- acreage in new groves
I
; pound cans of figs this season has been planted since last season,, this Is a marvelous feat and an aid to ; stealing upon them under cover of Destruction of all e i>'rm,

-4 and a number of new groves Will txi of balancing, but really It Is quite the teeth appetite, j I, darkness. It was reinforced later before and political institutlonistjit --

i 1 2,000 quart of confiscated boom set out this fall and winter. simple." The stick, a professional r digestJon.j window screens were invented, this time.
"prop, is slightly grooved so that
were poured 1 into the "sink, at the fed- the ball will not fall on*. Needless to l when} malaria bearing mosquitoes entered Seizure of all labor un ,

*.ral-- building In Tampa Friday, upon The hand of death laid its seal on say, the BUck Is held so that the I by night through unclosed win a process of boring from "

i orders from head'riarters to dispose the lips of Johnny Bell, St. Augustine -; groove U Invisible to the audience. ,j I dows. Night air is exactly like day and Utilizing them as a .1.'.1.I

,'. of the liquor. negro/ boatman and fisherman Sometimes uu "umbrella" is substituted air and neither of them is anythinglike \ I strument in fulfillment of t '

( when he stood! before a justice of the. for a stick. But it Is not the Sealed in its so injurious as the air in a room lutionary designs upon ear' ,

"t Oyster beds have been found at peace and prevented,] him from enter- I real thing. It is on Imitation umbrella I II Purity PackzEt .' whose windows are closed and whose constitutional! government

Jupiter that may be equal to those at ing a plea with reference to a chars.roI I made of wood And grooved like the Ii door is probably never opened all the Invasion!' of the United M
BUck Two kinds of these fake umbrellas I
Apalachicola, it is reported here by of carrying a concealed weapon. The are used by ju""lerone for II night long, no matter how many persons ers! of America with the on

expert' who have surveyed the new justice had just finished reading the ball rolling, the other, more deeply i are breathing into it cArbon dioxide present officials and lends,

fields charge when the old negro fell to the ,w and breathing it all night long.If .
j jf grooved, for balancing the brim of a I 1 substitution of a leadersh
i floor in front of his desk, dead. A top bat. I drafts upon the bed are feared munists.A .

t I. With his driver in his hand, poised few minutes prior to this the man Another balancing feat that often they may be prevented by getting apiece

t f for one of the long drives for which had been laughing and joking and excites wonder and amazement Is that of board about 12 inches wide well organized movcm, '

t he was noted, Col. James Hamilton wax apparently quite all right. which consists In keeping two billiard 'ESTILATIOSTo and nearly as long as the window ing promoted within the I '
balls placed< one ubove the other on the lower sash, 'railroad brotherhoods and tb
i' Raise
Gitlenpie, father of golf In Florida, ash is wide. '
the top of a blllUrd cue. This feat, railroad trades unions to n ,
dead the links at Sara- the board in beneath It11',1 draw
; dropped on slip
( List of licenses from the statecomptroller' It may be said at mice, cannot be duna keep on living everybody must Outside air all rail workers into one dtalized It
ota which he hallal a years
)* office shows that Duval without resort to trickery. It never .
have sufficient air to breathe and to Industrial union .
T [cona
the two
" the first in the state.w" county leads. in number and is closely boa been done, and It may .safely beasserted will travel upward between
this air should single leader of
keep on being healthy commun
V that 11 n.'ver will be done sash and spill into the room over the
followed by Hill boro. Dixie coun-
be and and affiliations.
Strawberry frrowers of Plant City ty has the smallest number of cars, with genuine billiard balls and cue. I sufficiently pure sufficiently I top of the lower sash. This is noth- pies
Most Jugglers use Imitation billiard hoist and sufficiently cool says the having the Seizure of the Ameruni
are finding conditions favorable for ing like so satisfactory as
less than 200, and Duval can boast '
planting their crops. About na many balls for this trloli. These are made Florida State Board Ilillsbnro
of l.H-12, with somethingmore I
, of boxwood: and enameled so as to looK ventilation all these ends< are sought officials and, through such
4 headachy -
plants will be set out as last year, it than thousand less. But the will do a lot for that sick! ,
I II a exactly like the genuine article. But ,
!: to be attained.!
is said, although it was predicted awhile I feeling that you have had every dayon gain control of its afTllin''
licensed in the reresent ..
state
when
made
cars being
I tljey\ are I In the air from noxious
open away and trade unions.Conversion .
back that the plantings wouldbe only part of those that are seen during either .slightly: llattened or else welaht-I; ventilation looks after itself I waking up.
gases, ;
of all
t less: owing to disappointments in tho year, for they come from every ed in such a way that they almost balance tradr
''t the marketing of last year's themselves. It real billiard balls elsewhere, particularly in houses or ions into single units "i
crop. part of the country and, from :MINERS CHAROE "REIV ATTEMPTING
in closed it must be looked
used any spaces, I within an industry known "
-- are ( as they are sOIll'tmes--they TO CONTROL 1.HOnI i
I' O after. No how the
t; :Many: persons from Bunnell went are "doctored" In a similar wuy.liottleB matter pure trial unions" with co-ordii

to tho beach Tuesday to sec a while for balancing/ on the edge; cia air In such a space may be anyone I Workers of America der a super-soviet union II",

'ht h that had/ been stranded at a point I The Japanese steamship Texas Ma- plate are mude of wood, who enters it at once begins to pol- The United Mine the first of lance to nnd accepting tin >
n
near the drawbridge, the canal ru which arrived at Fernandina the and weighted ut the bottom. gl'ooved'i lute it with his breath and it will ultimately have made public of the communist internat,
1 over I that
dian clubs used l jugglers ) series of six articles charging
curly of last week sailed Friday health
part on become to
Injurious
its subsidiaries the red ,.
between Bunnell and Ormond. The ti
s i elally made of a light wood, and force under the direct super-
very "Red ,
She here from Tampa to
came unless it is renewed cither by natural -
whale was at least forty feet long!!, bellow ut that. lien; the lighted candies vision of Moscow are attempting to Internationale at Moscow.
with a bredth of body of eight feet complete cargo, having taken 8,000 with which they play all sorts of means or by artificial means. I seize control of.the organized labor Through conquest and -mp
tons of rock phosphate at that place. Renewal is because when
anla tail tricks not really candles. i necessary
of feet. are
spread ten
of the labor unions and <
f of America and it as a
movement use ,,
1 I She sailed from Tampa drawing 25; \t course, this does not wean that breathing in one takes away something I farmer
II and l mobilization of
t I feet of water and was unable to take there la uo skill shown 111 from the air (oxygen: ), and base from which to carry on the corn-

Edgar D. Bowen, 40, of Dctnnd, full cargo of 10,000 tons at that port even after making all Jug"lIl1g,1 when breathing out one adds something munist efforts for the overthrow of i Inted groups, the overthrowing

was killed. on the Lake City highway and cross the bur. The ship came Into faked "props., In fact ,: to the air (carbon dioxide). Oxygen American government. '' institutions and creation of<

r ; near Whitehome when the automo this port under her own steam such as "cascading" or \\ is taken from the inbreathedair "Imported revolution is knocking dition similar to that which '

bile in which he was riding, turned number of bulls In the air, or performing nt the door of the United :Mine Workers vails in Russia.
1' docked, and loaded, 2,000 tons of rock, by the blood that circulates thru
turtle, The injured man was pickedup
,and carried to Jacksonville to be was of extraordinary size and her at the food build up the body, keep, it United States and Canada," says the work of agencies for the fli
t i placed in a hospital, but he died, as article which adds that Won of communist '
draft way 2\\) feet when she left this Hard to Kill. warm and energize it, .(I"t' it powerto introductory < propaganin
they were entering the outskirts of port for European waters. A lumpy chin Is the furled bannet move. Oxygen constitutes about its disclosures arc the "result of an the United States This

that city. vf youth. Every wuumn knows It-or, one-fifth of the air and may be again independent, searching investigationby it is alleged, is a veritable

Atlantic Const Line engine No. 300 If she doebU't 1110'11Ill, which Is more breathed. the .niners organization which led of interlocking directorates

!( Dr. L. O. Grata will !go! to Hastings on the Gainesville division\ is regarded and worse As tin woman at the library Carbon dioxide is part of the waste I' directly to original sources" local organizations, 45:> nation'
c t shortly under the nuspices of the' corner had u lumpy chin, you movement and that
Through a revolutionary a membership run'
Theenllnl'
I by railroaders as an outlaw. that is left over in the body< when oxygen I
). h university of Florida and l the United could: tell that "she, had kissed Uotuuuce
; < on this continent the communist In- cial scale of the continent.wriiiii .
through no fault of imperfection good-by. Hut her vanity was and food combine to build up
States of I
department agriculture to
t t I : establish laboratory of which ho In its construction, but merely n wearing French heels.. You could tell the body, etc. It is picked up by the

,)' a streak of ill luck rumorul among the that, too, by the way she Haunted her blood, carried to the lungs, and then .
will have charge for the of
purpose railroad I employes to follow it, is said bead and laughed-u somewhat strl breathed out. It is poisonous and injures -

studying potato plant disease and the to have caused the death of 13 mendurinII' dent laugh fur HO public u placeand'otherwlle !" the body when it is breathed in ; ; owA :
best method of combatting them. ;
the 12 years it has been in registered excitement at the. again. l
1 ti? service. Its latest victims were Engineer news another woman was broadcasting (
Charlotte harbor Is alive with tar- : Rosenua estimates ((1917) that: to .
/
)pon. There are thousand, of them Brown fireman of for Lakeland the trip, his and sonacting the Now, don't fall toV.be on time. 1 I keep healthy n man weighing 160 J h ,rri'1i: ,,< _
us _
4 and. they are of nil size from babies want you to meet him lie owns lili pounds need. 2100 cubic feet of fresh I ( ... ..
head brukcmnn who suffered fatal injuries -110" .
and line radio ..et- .
up to superb specimens! of over a 100 own home u ( air every hour when resting; 3200 I I "-\,
pounds each So numerous are they when the engine ran into a "lias lie got u real cur"? I won't when doing light work and 6100 when ''i Jr I ..
washout near Galloway.A look at a beau Unit lllvvers. (
as to he a nuitnncR to anglers,: fishing foolish doing hard work. A woman weighing ;,
Foolish? Of course It was *= ..
1 from tho dorks! for trout, mackerel old 120 pounds needs five-sixths as i
successful endurance test of Harbor but wouldn't this bo one prosy 5MONETON TRUCK
and other food fish. They take tho world If everybody In It was us wiseas much and n child weighing( 80 pounds l
Master Cnllahan's water hyacinth I
t1 bait and break the lines of these an- you and I and the gate punt? needs seven-twelfths as much.
I fflers. exterminator wits made Friday Ilesldes! wise folk.lu foolish things Factories, churches, theatres, offices '1; Here is a chance for you to get started :

afternoon. With Callahan at the' engines when they get ready. Note the three etc., all need abundant suppliesof ;1'' toward greater profits-or to build up a

i and two helpers the machine wise men of Uoihain who went to sea fresh air Factories need them i
An automobile skidded off the city of the l ii business of your own-and it costs only I I'I
consumed 1,320 square yards In tub.-Washington Star
a
most of all for doing physical -
docks nt Punta Gorda. :Monday morning the persons $5 to make the start.
thickly matted hyacinths during
work breathe faster than those
at 3 a. m. and. sink into twelve
the Garden of Eden. '
five ane'J a half hour test. This was Explaining :
feet of water. None of the men who four yard a minute. A total At Irregular Inter,al the controversy who are sitting quietly and most factories Everywhere, Ford One-ton Trucks and "

d were In the cur, five in number, were of 420:!square pound of coal was burned, and over the ...xIS'l"l1clot the Garden use more or less machinery I'' Light Delivery Cars are saving more than

injured except cuts and, bruises, all I of K.lcn: Is revived! Sometimes It whose fires use up the oxygen and i I this for their So
of users. as soon
thu boilers carried/ fifty pounds every year ,
In later It seemsto release carbon dioxide faster than the
of them managing to light their way gets warm, but years
Steam. The pulp obtained from I as truck starts running it will quickly
"paper your
out through tho top which was' not have lost much of Its bitterness breath of many men II
t torn, but almost completely ripped oflf the operation is to bo displayed in It recalls tho remarks on the sub The simplest way of renewing used : take care of the purchase price and add :'

along the Reams the rooms of the chamber of com ject attributed to John Wesley Wood air by a supply of unused air is by new profits as well.

3!, merce building" in Jacksonville as In a preacher of much originality, opening the windows; but unless they ''I I r r'I
soon an it has been thoroughly dried well known to Clevelnmlers of forty '
}' Grapefruit are still being shipped, odd years flit As nearly as his word are very carefully placed and supervised It will widen the area In which you can do

i from Plant City, not in very- largo out. can be recalled/ Mr. Woodln said: they seldom distribute the air : business, enlarge the number of customers

quantities but enough to pay the for I Residents nlonlIndinn river the "Some say there WORD t no Harden evenly and they often cause personsin I you can serve-and keep your delivery costs

tunate growers for packing and haul- \ of l tI"n. The liible says t there was. one part of a workroom to suffer down to the lowest
other day 'saw what they nt first believed I point.
ing them In. When it is considered : Some guy we don't understand what from heat and. bad air whilo those in i

that tho new shipping! season willopen was old 1 Noah and l the Ark on the Bible nieanx when It says there other parts shiver and sneeze. Fur .Ii!; Start toward the of Ford '
a second. expedition, and which did I WII1.s for me nil I got to say Is, 11 thermore, in factories the win now ownership a
weeks have
In two or three wo ninny
prove nn outfit quite us strange. It there wasn't no Harden/ whl'relr/ wegoln' obstructed ; Truck or Light Delivery Car-use the
dows
a pretty correct' Idea of an all the are constantly being 1
look for original sin? So I
was regular farm outfit on barges! to :
; H materials! that there
by / are put
l ;year round hnrveet.h / I first listen t tll '('m I talk this way and I
i The
four.
? r _' I craft of which had there mounted were on it nn old steam lluten to 'em talk that and, when they "temporarily" but are left there eter :r .;y }f2ddJI.rdtaJet/a/tl ::

The famed early Parson Brown orange which ret through) I say! 'What's all this nally.
of Marion county will soon be engine of ancient design operated fussing !got to do with the plan 01 1 1rnlrnllon If natural ventilation Is insufficientthe

moving to the markets. The citrus a stcvnwhcel paddle and prosIyJled nn'wIIYnt: that's where best way to renew the air in factories ::1 Under the terms of this ,:

1r .shipping season( in this county will the other three barges.! Two I stand and I stand fast !"Cleveland is by the use of big electric I 500 Plan, we deposit this

frame shack of unpretentious archi- I I'lnm I eitler. fans so placed as to draw off the foul '
; ; open the latter part of the month with and :, money in a local bank at
the second barge
tecture occupied I No Pulse.ThomuH air, or to drive in the fresh air, or '
--- Each week
the third bore a houseboat that furnished Jr., lust live years old I Hv. both. I' interest. you

eIJf3CRSCfStW5rJi2f1LII7tSlGeneral tr 1 living quarters for the several! Ing!!: on the North; aid, wits worried on Temperature and humidity (per. add a little more this also draws

h member of the crew and passengersthat / nccount of his nuntle's poor' health. cent of moisture in the air) are also I, interest. And in a short time the

accompanied. the strange outfit. She wns lying down resting. the other closely associated! with ventilation.The truck is yours to use. Come in and

Farm implements of every description cloy when ho cnnie up and tried tc body heat given off by persons j1 let full
us give particulars.
doe you
and there !find her pulse as he had seen the I
cluttered l the Jock were II
tort\ ). !She mild(\ to him : congregated In a workroom, church, I
InsuranceAND even potted plants. The fourth barge "1'0 you think my pulse Is good v today theatre, or other buildings raises the

was a regular humdinger. and would Dotter Me?" lie solemnly replied temperature and increases the mois- H-QL .

:it have been a close competitor with \ : "No:-; ; you' are dead."-Indianapolis ture. When the temperature rises I
Xoah's ark, for it bore the family News; +
above 86 degrees F., and the humid- + ANDREWS & WAINWRIGHT i
cow, the chickens the ducks and thereat ity above 80 per cent they cause considerable it ,.
I
Authorized Dealers
Real Estate of the farmyard critters. The The Mood of the Tim. discomfort. When they rise

captain of the funny looking outfit ''1 have no doubt' t that you could higher! they cause\ suffering and still -1t LINCOLN FORD FORDSON !,

>, fitted in with the picture perfectly, write a very Interesting book ef rend higher they may cause heatstroke. In I ..STARKE FLORIDA'C' .!

for he might hwu. been a brother of nlscencen! remarked the admiring winter on the other hand, the heated .

PEEK & BURNS I Noah, with weatherworn whiskersand friend."I air in buildings Is usually too dry; l
sturdy physique. The outfit was might. replied :Senator Sorghum often the humidity falls to 20 percent I' w wnl
l and "But- I am not going to attempt any
southern
j L-nrouto for tome point '
people are not which Is lower than that in a desert.
for such thlnjl.t present
"\ot too Mr for small business apparently had been traveling so much Interested In what has happened Air as dry as this .draws moisture r

nut too small for bin bUNine,,,," tteeks. as In what Is going to happen. from the skin and from the mucuous! t
.
membranes of the nose, throat and

v |. Golf. mouth, and irritates them. To be
Solicited. .
The DIRer.noe.A The trouble wits.. golf Is that to comfortable the humidity of a work-
genius cua no more help befog t a ,
being pint It \\'('requires\ more patience room should be about 50 per cent;
genius than a crazy man can help -
Office with C. I. Perk &: SonTelephone crazy. It just nappes that when welf-coutrol. wllllnitneiis to practice and it would pay the plant manager
the (geninstdoes! what he considers a aDd devotion to a delicate and complicated to> see that it is kept that high for at

mart thing; It Is smart'; but then the maneuver than the average 50 per cent less heat is necessary

bId pour' rrnzy man, &I.i."* Ms best' it turn uian possesnes. Hence the few good and coal is saved: A temperature of
jolfors and the many dut> .-E*:
eat k* Lv fouUfclfe-RJ llowe's 11euL'dy.r >b.... It5 degree. F., is quite high enough
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14. 1923.
rRn, iv, SEPTEMBER_ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PACK TOnER
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IirCIILAM- 1) FREED BY CONFESSION "nhservanre of the law. Tho state leg- : six days of harness racing have .been 1|-hill back make their--tensntloual( '-leap! I,

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".pt. 11.-Mr. and Mrs. Highland, Sept 14.--Mrs. William I \l1hll\ ," ratified the eighteenth scheduled by the officials. of tho'FII'r'l hum a forty foot tower to a tarl, of '. '

,,t...I1 and children were visii.ksonvilla and sons, Ren and Fiancee mototvl "I'liemiinont." It is part of the consti- Ida State Fair for their ten day <>'- water, according to Secretary StrinI 1'l

Saturday. to Green Cove Springs on business Indian After 25 Years in Prison : :'ion! "-iii no mnn or woman has the hibitlon this year November 1.",.21. I 'n, of the fair association. 1

right to violate it any more than he One gf tho greatest entertainment: I 1
J. T.
Brown and Mrs. Thursday.G. .
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'I'1 i Is Now Enjoying Wealth. would the law against murder. Thechildren
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program ever presented in the South
,d fames motored to Starke H. Barker left i A great musical fur tha
for program
V Sunday Tallahassee of today are tho citizens of will feature the fair, according to tho
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on a business trip. He will Washington D. C.-How a hnlf-! tomorrow. If they are taught while The state fair has been planned for this:
secretary. auto races/ will 1 bostaged
1 :Mrs. V. R. Reddish were be gone a week. breed Cherokee Indian Charmer Tld- young to respect' the law "when they on the second and third\ daysof 1 'I year, and one of the principal fenturt8
Starke Saturday. well, languished! from his youth for I will be Roy 1>. Smith's ScotchHighlander !
Ward Ireland, of are old they will not depart from it.
Jacksonville: was the fair, Friday and Saturday, :"io-I
of Macclenny, warof a quarter of a In federal prls- I
i inyton century Bund which will present ,
the guest of Ben The question, of tho of the !
Williams several efficiency vemlH-r tflth(\ and 17th, and tho entire t
sister Mrs. JV.. one before being released on a base-
his ,
seven big lyceum act and will offer!
days of last week. less murder charge, was revealed In prohibition law, Just as with every ;' week following I will bo given over to
I hursday. other law, !lies in tho hearts of the a special music festival on Sunday of
horse I .
II. Holcomb of races.
t'I I :Mrs. Jack Howe and chil- Jacksonville, was A a tragic story told by the Department fair. The dates will bit Nov. 15- .
business visitor here of Justice. Fieed from tho chargeby people. the
Friday .
md Mrs. W. M. Bryan mo. &. .*, .
Miss Beth a dnnthhwl confession after! Ms \ .
-tarke Sunday afternoon. I Wimberly spent Saturday Carver's famous diving horses will
with friends at Lawtey.E. years of suffering! the former prisoner TilE STATE FAIR .
'I !I 'nora!, Bennett, of Jacksonipending L. Is now enjoying the wealth of Inherited play an Important) role in tho front I I
Prescott
a fe wdays here and R. L. Prescottwere Oklahoma oil lands. I amusement which is being planned b>' Furniture F'olUli.' *..-.1'' t '[.. ;

; ,Ices and friends. business, visitors to Lnwtey on Three president. Roosevelt Tuft An optimistic outlook is held by the the I Florida state fair for t their 1U21! ::! I For nn esi'clleni furniture ,i"'. 'i' ml* s'?'

!F D. Boyer was a visitor toM Saturday and. Wllsoll.1'1111'.1\ pardons to Till- official of the Florida State Fair for ,i exhibition, :November 1 '.-I.: ni.l. [unfair togotln! '"r Imlf n gnarl|': ouch-"t i r.i |1.11'| iJ
'lc Wednesday. Capt. Brown of the Florida State and In till''. (".,rntl'n.' MM i ,. j.n' !wild meni'u!" 1 ?i ,'riHplili I '"
well upon reports) from three former a great comprehensive display )patrons this year will, -i-- 1:1:I'" ofthe ( ,
'11'1'. J. W. Barber and chil- Farms, was transacting business in I. attorney generals Knox Dickerson each department of the exhibitionthis most. daring pri-tinnum.' '' ", cBtngod .\ > i 'ia .I i i I',' ui, |b."nl,>. Wlu-ii in um .:::1\,
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town steal? aI11; "w' i >1"\,1.| \ a Hull' .111 a .,
1! :Miss Lillie Tanner spend Monday. and Gregory! that nil evidence la tho year, which Is to be hold November ut a fair or exposition when .
"'fl 'III.- MM ul I l II! I Mill nu( the till-Ill-
v th relatives in Macclenny. H. C Wimberly, Jr., left Sunday murder enso! pointed positively. Although 1 lit th to :2-lth! response on the part, Klatawuh, with the Girl in Krd: ,m I tunP.ihsli' uiili .I i .,'ft duster :f t# .
Wilma and Louise Blanch. I for Orange/ Park, where he has accepted rlrcuDiHtRiitlnlly, to the pris of the farmers and grower of the aI ...

Chopping: in Starke Satur-' a position as principal of the oner's guilt. Friend' '' Incliullng Soil; state is. ,'vid' I1'el by tho early interest 1 .
I public school. ator Gore nml former Representative!
thnt has been shown in the premium
Alice Koliertfton.. the Invent- J
prefwoil
1 H.,wnrd i and family, of Jack. I B. B. and Gordon Williams motored gallon of Tldwell'M continued protestations lint whiclv is just off the pressand :
to Jacksonville is! being mailed from the! fair offices I
,p -nt the week-end here vis- Monday.Mr. of Innoronre. Finally he was / .
,rtves., : and Mrs N, L. Starling spent released form Atlanta penitentiary according to a report just mailed '

C.t: A Green and Sheriff W. the weekend with relatives at Lnwtey. upon a commutation of sentence rem( by Secretary K. M. Striplin, of the 'i I '1'..'.

,.m, of Starke, were trans- emended by Attorney/ General Hough- fair association. I : '

ness in Lawtey Thursday I :Mrs II. C. Kimberly and :Mist erty and AstiiMt| Attorney General! Every phase of Florida's varied industries '.. :

d i Mrs.: L. II. Hill have moved Winifred Wimberly were visitors to Grim. is well taken care of in the :

town from Kingsley lake, Jackaonille Tuesday. After President\ Harding' commutation liberal, list of prizes offered! and the : Ji, ,

v have been spending the n widow's deathbed. confessionIn program/ of development that will ho I. '1

.1.> ? months. BRADFORD Oklahoma revealed that Tldwell promulgated/ through the offering of ;
had been convicted, of murdering h,r
'f ,0111 Richardson, of Sanderson, these prizes for tho encouragementof I
q relatives here Saturday. Bradford, Sept. 14.-A. A. and G. husband upon perjured testimony I systematic and efficient farming C' t
"The Lord has been wanting me to (
1 I k ddish, and Colon Miller were W. Hazen and families passed thru tell It for all these years, and I nm will be far reaching in its work for '

'<0 Worthington Springs on here en route to Little Springs Sun afraid He won't forgive mo for not the good of the state. j

fla day. telling It," reads. the ftm.hn-It of Mr*. Twenty counties have reserved a i ;'F Time "ForojU Primeval" with their 1c

Mi,. I'Ina Frigo, of Jacksonville, Livingston and Wilson Russ, of James Drown, the dying wife of the space for their displays of horticulture i ? giant Illuslrnto the nilghtv ninrurily r

n .- ing/ this week here with rela Brooker, were in our community on man for whose alleged. murder Tlil- and cl friends. Sunday. well pnised. twenty-live years In pile. biggest county exhibitions ever seen I onre( n tiny acorn. A small start
i I' that
yielded nu RESULTS "
Alvin Raborn, of ..tachon'uieVns on In Ohio and Atlanta federal prix at the state fair Is expected. Over i JII'IlItJpt I Time 1II11 '
Gunter and 8tl1ll.'II11'1I1
\li) Ury daughter,, !
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who have been the weekend guest of homefolks.Mr. on*. $22,000)() ia", offered in prizes, and a !ravings": Jy1,0'd"posltl'll' brings"ni"
ih spending
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and Mrs. C. :M. Andrea and One of Brown's eons, himself behind copy of the premium list will bo mailed NSrbP ErSLTS' 'the small' scorn y
weeks with her left II
1'i parents, prison. bars to lay, was mid to t
daughter/ ,- Mr. and :Mrs.[ S. C. Andreu to anyone interested if a request Start yourbSAVINGS
as''' track for Jacksonville where they have corroborated the deathbed 1 confesulon ACCOUNT In this ninkMKlSpir ..S
is directed to R. M.\ Striplin secretary
and ,
n' -.pend a few days before going daughter were shopping in Brooker of his mother, thnt Tldwell )rTSIli5SpI'i10w.IiaI1! 'It lIIay 'he. Then s t

ri, their, home in Wauchula. Saturday. was convicted. on perjured evidence.The .. Box 382, Jacksonville. J adding to it regularly

Miss Eldridge Reddish left Fridayfor George Pnrrish of Starke, passed man who commuted the murderwas 1 ,
Reduced admission prices hero been
Jacksonville: where she will take through here Saturday. Raid to have been a former itn
Miss Geneva HarrcII who has been sweetheart of :Sir*!. Brown and has announced for the Florida State Fair

i lJu me8S course. attending school at LaCrosse, spent I long been dead.! this year according to a report just 11 IK HANK OH. STAUKK:
henry Bennett, of Jacksonville, attended from the fair offices at a
received
the weekend here with her '--- -- The Hank uf Helpful Service! ,
to business in town Saturday. : .1
The
I Jacksonville. main gate: prices
Mr. and Mrs. W. M.\ Harrell. parents'j
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"Mr C. F. Barber, of Macclenny,, Roswell Ward and Ue Fists to Earn as well ns the grandstand admission f. ,
'ni-ni" a few days here last week with has been materially reduced and no
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Brooker, passed through our com- Way Through School
relatives. I munity Sunday. fence will be there to prevent patrons a.- iii '

1 i, '. McCormick, of Jacksonville, Vascoe Hazen, passed through here Detroit. -There's many a hard who do not wish to buy grandstand il' ,;

,II nr the week-end here with friendsA Sunday. knock to getting established In the seats from getting: next to the race j f\J.-li

M. Blanchard and J. B. Dye, of law bualnefts. Bob Saga, Detroit unl- track or from seeing the free performances t" f\ .

Tacksonville, left first of the week for DRY LAW PROVES CIVIC ASSET .el'llty law student I la giving them as pageants; fireworks, etc. I \ .'r
in auto trip through south Florida. I well as taking them. The dates will be Nov. 15-24. j JI f 7
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So well ]Is. he giving these knocks If [ ;"
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The will spend a week. (Arthur E. Nelson, Mayor) that he has become a big ring favorite ....
Mi-" Eva Reddish and brother, Roy I Two days of automobile events and J'I'
St. Paul today Is progressing and here. Sage known as "Knyo" 1.

w..visitors to Starke Monday. its people are prosperous and content I Sage la the ring Is one of the fastest __. . -. i1. i\\.'

:Mt and Mrs. Henry Austin and I Improvements are being made in its mlddlew lghts In the game, and, i. 4 ; '.
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firm of Jacksonville, were guests physical body and the morale of the I when lie's not studying law h...'. -

nila\: 'of Josiah Starling. citizens is on a high plane.A knocking out his tuition, frnt fees' and, I

rml Green, of Turkey Creek, canopy of apathy and self satisfaction some opponent In the boxing game.

'h, guest Sunday fo Mr. and that seemed to over the city After holding Bryan Downey to n y }

\1' i'oas. Dinkins. has vanished. The people are lookingup draw and heating Glen Oonhley anda
lot of other good boys., !Sage' has
Mi, nid Mrs E. D. Wells were bus- into a clear sky where radiate
his eye on the middleweight\( title.
t itors to Jacksonville Satur- hope and resolution. There is no foul
His only loss so fur was a to

doubt that prohibition has greatly Jock :II II 1011l'. I I

Mit1' 1 L. A. Marr, children and fath- aided to bring about this change. But when his fighting days' are over

Mi Richardson, of Sanderson, Yet I do not say that the adoption Sage will toke up tho practice of law.

ii M' 'ulay on: an auto trip down tho

.<. -nst, and will be away for two reliev-ed 1 : Auto Engine Fumes Are 1t. ,

'CKiMiv, I
Deleterious to HealthNew How Advertise
to
Lena Frigo and Della Blan- perfect yet

i-mi J sere guests Monday of Mrs. some time before they will be whatwe York.-F.xlmnut. from automobile

W F Torode at their cottage at want them. There are still peo- engines bun so contaminated the it. M

Kiialev'' lake. ple who believe the amendment and air In congested traffic sections of New

Mi... E. E. Burney spent several the accompanying Volstead law were York city that It Is deleterious to have always advertised

'tat In JacksonviTle last week. created solely to abolish their "per- health, says a rnport of a committee
of the New York Academy of Medicine : MEN
A A. Smith has been confined ton sonal liberty." These persons and =r'
made public. It Is urged 1 that themselves and their '
room for the past week. their followers will probably never .
retnaOlal measures! be dovUed.4old
All members and friends of the cease condemning the law against "

Baptist church and Sunday school are I manufacturing and transporting II. Output Oalnt.' / deeds; then their religion; 7

''irjred to be at the church next Sun- quor. No citizen who believes in the 1IInntr(' .-fanurtn was the only

lay The annual election of officers need for law can conscientiously vio- country t> how a marked Improvement their and .
today products
md the calling of a pastor for next late the law against the liquor traffic In gold! 1 production, In w ;

'eai will be taken up. and still expect to be protected by 1!>12. The Dominion now ranks sec

immunion. services will be held law against theft, murder, etc Thereis and best producer In the emplro' and business. '

1 Grace church Sunday I no mistake about the stand that third In the world.! In' 1022! Canada
gold to the value of $23-
produced
these same people take on the enforcement .effective\ adver-
I 5UO.INH. conipured with $10,4iX,04X) ( 10 fJlThe most
..t.. __ ._ of the law against murder. 1921 and in.'iOO.ODO( ) In 1921\

Smooth Work. But enough/ of generalities. What tising today is through the
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That effect! has the eighteenth/ amendmenthad .
job
Is bent done at which the each repeating
bossing is least In evidence.-Albany' on our own city? Employers tell us that their business printed word--- and right
;Journal Look around you and behold the
has been made more efficient because
prosperity and contentment. It is a there is where quali-
the old evil of running ehort- we are
known fact that great numbers of '
ASPIRINSay handed on Monday due to employes
In the days of saloons, fled '
men, who. celebrating with liquor over Saturdayand to serve you.
their week's over the bar
spent wages
Sunday is rapidly being wipedout. YIjEvery
are now putting a part of them into
"Bayer" and Insist! the savings bank. Go out to Phalen printed page should

Park or Como Park some night while Morals cannot be legislated Into '
Their moral conduct be be pleasing picture f ,
the band concert is going on and observe people. can a 0 ;

the numbers of families, fathers improved by proper education along

A Included, who are there in their the lines of righteousness. The law type, paper, ink and illus- i ;.

la not a magic appliance which, applied -
automobiles and .others who are hap-
; '
wi'.1I1rnlese pily gathered In groups on the picnic to wrongs and evils, will, of itself trations. We can make it : i

grounds. Included are both the laboring correct them. The value of law

men and the "white collar" lies in its enforcement. The enforcement so f for you, if you let us help

l is in the hand of the people.

men.There still Is drinking going on. Police officers cannot succeed in plan your printing job.

One would be trying to fool himselfif tamping out crime if citizens do not { re
There are not enough officers '
he did not admit it. How to stopit cooperate. '

U a problem the federal, state and in the city to inspect the action Bradford 1i

local governments are trying to solve of every Individual, nor would we ever County Telegraph ,

you sea the name "Bayer" on The stuff Is harder to get and its stand for that inspection iy tem.
package or on tablets you are not get- is of questionable value. We The duty that Ilea before the Wom
quality
the genuine an's Christian Temperance Union if itr el''r
drinking
phytrfclam/orertwrnity-tw* hear that more people are
yeah that of continuing without ceasing Its
and That Is another
proved eats by millions for today than formerly.
('olde!. Headache statement that has noc been backedup zealous effort of educating the people

\ Toothache Lumbago with figures or facts to prove it. to see the folly and utter waste aqI
Earache: in the us* of intoxicating liquors. Impress .
( Rheumatism becoming :
We hear of young people :; ;
neuralgia Pain, Pain intoxicated. Yet the probation courto upon their hearts that the honM P

Accept Bayer Tablets of Aipirin" that very rarelydo -the bulwark of the nation-and the
fthl city reports
nn y. Each unbroken package contains communty will bit better otIf the
pro er boy or girls appear there becauseof
d'rwtion. Haady bona of of were discontinued. j jr f
w"h, use liquor
UbleU cat few eent., DniffeU drunkenness Reports of these 1, je
g1ete alAo> botttee. of 24 and 100. cases stand out as high light, and Further than that, they should .

Aspirin tunufwture, .. the trade mark of Bayer a* rumor In the army used to grow 'teach that the welfare of the nation _ _ _ _ _ _
01 .1I.oG0Me. cide .r of for and
8a.1lcylicacld. -so do these statement grow with rest upon a healthy respect
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h' ) STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEtt 1
FUUR1ll' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH It. 1923.

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THE STOVE :MOUNTAIN:l MEMORIAL C4;

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91 f I Miami News-Metrnpolia: a most interesting Friday September 14th

4 ; l nrticle on the Confederate ,

t Memorial at Stone Mountain, Ga., I

written by Miss Nell Avery, a Miami I 10 Days---10 Days--- 10 Days

fi school teacher, who is at present visiting I
( \ in Tennessee. Miss very'H contribution I


!; as follows to: her home newspaper'...Is I Our entire line of about 300Ladies Dresses -
+ ?

p "XVhero\ are my ducks?" -' T W I, on Sale

t "Oh, Marie Ram, de Yankees done O n II II I

c ?; I} t coma The/cot above Jem dialogue ducks." occurred between \ \ I $ 1 10.00 Dresses at $4.50

young Sam Venable and his I ,

i it body servant in Atlanta during the ,. $2.50 and 3.50 Dresses at $1.98. 1 Lot
t occupation of that city by General ", I.,,,,, rIllt

I I Sherman. A foraging party had spied '1.r..i....;: 13uSY of fine wool and silk dresses less than cost>
young V'enable's prize possession, a

piai drove of ducks, which had been given j.n

is to him. AvroC*TY!-$?+-., t1 I II Men's Womens'and Children's Shoes at "
JIb wrath kindled) within him and I

iFt from that moment his heart burnedto .
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About
less than manufacturer's cost.
rander aid to the Confederacy, and of automobiles every evening on this one achelvement. Between'' honored and cleaned the world, vre '

'. he registered a vow to thAt effect. prove that already the memorial is I eight( and ten years. Is the time esti learn the value of monuments, tab. 400 pair at 98c "

It t, Youth precluded the use of arms in attracting attention. The register mated to complete the work. When I''' lete and tributes.

yW the effort, but in 1910, he was permitted contains, even now, hundreds of asked who would be his understudy i Thus the names. the deeds, and the i I

h j to offer, u vast, infinite/ incal- names representing every part of his face saddened and he replied, "My: I Ibroth..r virtues of those who have enrichedour Men's Clothing Reduced. Fine $20 suits
cuable service to the Confederacy In I
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North America.In had been selected, but he has lives and made the world betterare ,
that year Samuel Iloyt Vennble deeded small wooden died since the work was undertaken.My I fresh in minds and immortalized '
u building .eight kept our $12.50 $15 suits $9.95
,y, to the men and women of America
t hundred feet from the base of the I understudy must be the man who in our recollections. ,
it the face of Stone Mountain and ad'jiicent excels in doing horses-whether I
V land for the of perpetuating mountain l is the moat powerful projecting Out {Jn the Ifampton cemetery !
; purpose find him in this country or, Europe.If .
machine that has ever been there heaves a mound, let! us. Our line of Goods sale '
the memory of the Confederacy. le. It Is from the I fail to find him, I will train some grassy entire Dry on at
't I : Here the greatest memorial of I nui a Rift Westing- say that covers the house of clay,
', nil time will ha carved.: I I house firm. The clay models of the one. which Bro. William Jones vacated Reduced Price. Nothing reserved.
6 4 central group were made in the studio "How would your death affect this about one year ago to enter the house
't To appreciate: properly this wonderful of Gutzom Borglum in Stamford, titanic project, BorRlum ?" He replied "not made with hands, eternal in the
j
(rift ono muRt l know that it I la Conn. Pictures of these models were quickly, "Oh, I have provided against heaven! Bro. Jones was a Christian ,
Now is chance reliable
l tho greatest mails of granite on the to secure good
next made, and by means of the pow- that. Models of all the figures may and a deacon for many years in your
1
t ti earth; that j JII smooth, perpendicular erful Westinghouse/ projector, these I' soon be found in my studios, and another the Hampton church: of Christ. He
}? face towers eight hundred, and sixty- pictures are flashed upon the side of ,i' sculptor, could, in the event of merchandise at a very low price.
was simply and only a Christian-
seven feet high; that three Candler the mountain. The silhouettes them- i[: my death, carry on the work with
r buildings piled upon the other would selves life-like. Gen. I comparatively little trouble." ,just this and nothing more His body II
are strikingly Sale
I I occupies: a place in the little city of opens Friday Sept.
t fail to reach from the bottom to the Lee and Traveler are instantly recog'', While the American public Is al- ,
top of this wall of stone in which the i nized. By means of staging and ca-1 I i ready familiar with much of his! work the dead near Hampton lake. As you
memorial will be carved that geologists pass and see the lettered stone where 14th and .10 days
f; ; i bles men climb down the sides of the particularly: his "Mares\ of Diomedcs"in lasting
S I! sleep the loved and and
left gone pause
claim tho hand of time has
mountain and paint In lines one foot the Metropolitan, New York City,
t inquire after the humble tenant that
c 1 no perceptible touch upon the surface wide the outlines of these Silhouettes. !I and his Lincoln in the rotunda of the
,,;, -that Its mighty face: has proved n From the base of the mountain, these I I national capitol, the Stone Mountain lies beneath the white slab. Thistribute

l sounding! board which has thrown the lines seem no wider than an ordinary ,I I Memorial will make his name famil- is written in honor of Bro. F. A. CROWDER
Jones. And gravestones appeal to the
music of Victrola almost a mile,
a American.
pencil mark. Then with drills operated I liar to every He has been
and the voice of Caruso, in the heyday living to remember the dead. Theyare
:
:II by compressed air the outline Is ,| termed by competent judges! the
1 t of its glory far more than that etched In the mountain side to be cut greatest sculptor since Rodin as well indicative of departed worth, aad I STARKE FLORIDA

))1 ti distance. out later. The finishing, as well ns I'ns the greatest living sculptor. If he should appeal to us. I'

y ..I The Stone Mountain memorial, the directing will be done by Mr. lives to chisel his vision upon the side W. E. DAUGHERTY.

j i'' when completed as planned, will be Borglum, and sculptors of his selec of Stone Mountain, he will be the I _.__._ __ ._ -.----- ----
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the greatest memorial ever attempted /greatest sculptor of all time and from '"" /II!! Ill'
hand of It will tie tion.To I nil the world artists and f. ..$
by the man. over sculp- { '.. N ttl'6yReRMA.Matllulrs
idea of the =
give some magnitude u c
It will ttors will like Portia's lovers < = ; j
unique for these two reasons: come, fff" *
of the work it is well to bear in ( w vse" vwvw TW* *wvw *wos'
be the mont gigantic memorial the mind that General Lee on Traveler' "ns o'er a brook," to view the great- It Is Nobler Struggle for an Unattained Ideal

S S world has ever seen, and it will/ be a I lacks but a few feet of being an tall est' and most unique memorial the r Than en Arrive At An Unworthy Port:

memorial, not to victory, but to a lost i icaUKe. as the seventeen story Candler build- I world has ever seen.

' !! ing, Atlanta's tallest skyscraper. The | I How Do You Spell Economy? I
first that the
It was at suggested! Lion of Lucerne, the only: piece of ENTERTAINS SUNDAY SCHOOL M
l} S face of Robert E. Lee be carved on CLASSA
similar sculpture, could rest easily up America still remains the land of luxury.: The well-worn
mountain side but artists :
the
!granite on the brim of General Lee's hat. No
f '' and sculptors decided that, however question! "Where! on earth does the money come from !" still
'sculptured group in ancient or modern delightful affair of Saturday afternoon -
impressive this might be to successive r..mllin'l1111111'11'1'1"1.. Quite evidently the word economy is not
_ times is comparable to this in was the lawn party at which
generations the back ground of magnitude and grandeur. The cen- Miss Louise Fernandez entertained in in the dictionary of those who have even a small surplus above
t the mountain would be too vast for a
; hal !group! alone, wire mth'.nir: else honor of the members of her Sunday the actual necessaries of life. ,

1 single figure.memorial And so scheme, the present developed added, would l eclipse the Pyramids or school class of the First Presbyterian An analysis of the recent census of trade manufacturersshows natr,a
magnificent was AYTOCA7TLRYOUR
t a scheme that when developed the Sphinx. Ten thousand years church The little guests were dress- that t while the value of all manufactures! in 1921 Tell. op-

will provide a mighty panorama hence, when all skyscrapers now on I'led in rainbow colored crepe paper proxinintcly 30% below that of 1911)! u very large share of the CHRISTIAN DUTY
1 this earth have crumbled' when our dresses and formed a pretty picture I When the soul becomes thoroughly
held and in
luxuries instances
their in-
own, actually
tho face of the mountain; an many
upon awakened It cries out in deep miKiilxh. -
very age and civilization may be but the green lawn with the beautiful
}F amphitheatre adjacent and a memorial Ion creased. "What shall I do to be '
fragments of a dim past, these gray- flowers and trees as a background.
hull cut into the mountain side. The value of tobacco manufactures increased from $1,013- saved?"
clad heroes will remain "custodians I Games were played after which a in 1910 / in 1021 advance The great work of the Church I I.
Beginning at the right near the summit 000,000 $1,048,000,000: an of $35-
I of imperishable glory." picnic luncheon was enjoyed. The to iiwukcii, the stepping souls of boat
Even boxes which tell
and sweeping down across tho (000,000. cigar another story: increased
k-Wlth The life filled with the lintyNplrtt
the same daring imaginationthat guesU were: Beverly Cady, :Mary mm.
$1.000,000(\ and matched increased from
$18,000,000 to $30.000-
+ mountain will be carved a picturedrepresenting shniilil testify In seiixoi 1111.1 I
t the Confederate armies ( has made possible the granite Elizabeth Brown, Evelyn, Lillian and (JOI). Perfumery and cosmetics show an advance from $00,000- out of scusou that Jesus CIII'I-t died\

marching to battle. The artillery, picture acros lithe mountain side the Marjorie Stump, Marie Underhill, 0KJ! ta $72,000,000), 'so that it cnn be giinranteed milady of 1921 to sure' men.
granite hall within the mountain side Jeannette Underhill, Margaret Wil- Emery; Christian should curry on
with horses straining to hold back v as ;.ot !c.-s; beautiful than her ;)'oungcl.oIilltel'.
has been conceived.! The hall alone, liams, Pauline Miner, Thelma Seals, his person' n copy of the ;New\ Te"I.I'"Il'II'
'Along the line of adornment and lace
the gun carriages will be !seen! emerging :" millinery !goods and whenever and whereer N
A from) the crest of the mountain. even if there were no granite picture I Alice Smith, Virginia McNeil, Ruble jumped from $225,000,000 to $209,000,000, hair work showed an the opportunity)' Is offerotl' lut '
Then will/ the cavalry in for would attract the attention of the : Mae\ Smith, Ida Gene McCarthy Althea I- increase of, $4,000,000, flavoring extract $3,000,000, and sportIng should' give a copy of that Hihla to
spear world. The hall, one hundred and Ennis, Alice Fernandez. Other good: advanced $8,000,000. some lost soul and should urge\ him ,
ward motion. In the center will be i .
sixty feet long, sixty feet wide and Misses\ Marion Stump, to rend it.
carved a magnificent group of Confederate guests were ; Considering what might be termed the more useful of the Hy personal evangelism Each
chieftains: in conference with forty feet high, will have light fromthirteen Eleanor Hedges, Inez Abernathy and luxuries, we find an increase of $10,000,000 in pottery, $1,500,000in Christian should do a hand-picked

their president!! Jefferson Davis Then windows, representing thethirteen Nellie Stearns. statuary and art (roods, $1,500,000 in artists' materials, piece of work. Let each Christian
states of the Confederacy.On find, his man, present Christ to him.
and
$4,000,000 in $1,000,000 in soda
organs apparatus. .
will continue down the aide of the to des
pray with him and lead him
its walls will be emblazoned the
TO REST IN NATIVE SOIL
\Vo regret we have no reliable statistics to cover the
mountain long lines of infantry. The saxophone Christ as his personal savior.
central group la now under construc names and deeds Confederate he The remains of Hardy Brown, colored which unquestionably has added to the general expenditures ? Personal evangelism Is needed

1 tion. Slowly, yet with astounding roes. Nowhere else on earth can who was mortally wounded by though whether the tiaxaphone can be classed as a luxuryor more today than In any period of the
there be such a hall, for nowhere else' John Washington at Clayno, on the an instrument of torture depends on the nerves and general world's history If' each Christian
likeness to the originals, Are appearing I could he made conscious of the factthat
in the granite of the mountainside on earth U there such a mountain. I morning of July: 31st, and who died mental attitude, regulated ai a rule by whether one plays the It Is his responsibility to

!! the figures of Lee, Jackson, J. Here will be perpetuated a memorial ,I the same day after having been instrument or in. compelled to listen to the wails that piercethe awaken some sleeping soul the

B. Gordon, Jeb Stuart and Jefferson beyond our ken. The Colossus ofRhodes brought to Starke, were shipeil to native village air through the long practice hours of the work would he speedily done. It
has long since fallen; the I I relatives at Bay Minette, Ala., Friday would not take long to evanuellw"
Davis. Forrest will lead fifty horsemen night.Anyhow the world! It each Christian" would
I' across the granite picture.In Sphinx is slowly disintegrating; the of last week }by the D. C. Jones it in pleasing to note that once more the calamity band-pick bid man each day.

company with Mr. and Mrs. Ro- Pyramids are sloughing off; Babylonis I I undertaking establishment.The I II I bowlers have little to fear for the prosperity America.. lSupl".e: l each Christian cliff the
ger Winters, of Atlanta, who are buried, but so long as time lasts body, after having lain buried -) work of awakening some one. each to
week It would not take long
this monument will endure. To quote near Clayno for nearly six weeks,
alert, eager and enthusiastic in regard evangelize the world. Each ThrN-!
Mr. Winter, "God created this mountain was found to be In good -I Law of Cause and Effect
to this mighty project, I drove I so preservation [ Again | tine could, bring! four men to ClirHt
miles to and only God cm destroy -:' that it could be embalmed for each mourn-fifty-two each yer.r.
out twenty one evening seem '
V the of transferring the stupendous And Gutzon Borglum, the sculptor shipment. The reason for this was I If anyone doubts the dominating position of the farmer in Tho whole world If they could l lerenched
process wevangelized
method
,
idea to solid granite. The ]How approachable, how patient, how I that it had been partially embalmedjust the intricate machinery of our civilization, one peep at the situation : : could In one by that rear's time.

t F _- appreciative and how "common-sen after death, pending a possible in Germany will prove instructive. It is called to public There are slity-three million PM-
SICKLY PEEVISH CIIILDBEN sible" appears this man who has bequeathed |! request by relatives to have it sent pie In America who are lost uml
attention in the wild cry tbat Germany is suffering from a milk whoso soula seed to he awakenwl.
Children suffering' from intestinal worms to us his vision! I spent (, to them.A .
are crow, restless and unhealthy. There some time with him one morning in I fam'ie.Tnvc'.tigation. They need to he s'.iown! the awfulIIOM h'H--
of .sin the horrlMonen of
C f child are other is pale symptoms, had dark, however.rings under If the the his studio at the base of the moun MEMORIAL TRIBUTE :: seems to show there ii plenty of milk in Germany Church members are asleep lazy; ,

ryes, bad breath and takes no interest. in tain. lIe told me he is of Danish extraction TLo fanners, however, not trusting;: to the depreciated Indolent and t.eoaiwe. of their liixl-' lot
play it in almost a certainty that worms though born in Idaho. He CommeRInllttUtion.; / ness trey will be hM respond"
1 been first milk
mark have feeding grade and .wheat tell
paper to for people who ore going to
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1 eating its Tho
are away vitality. surest studied in California and Paris. lIe and tributes, while .not inherently
I remedy for worms in White's Cream Vermifuge. calves. They have sold less milk to tho city people because every clay.Oh. >
calls Atlanta/ his home, has given right nevertheless aids to the 1 of the
y. ( j It is positive destruction to the up a listen to the agony
} worms but harmless to the child Price all other commissions, closed his studios memory, they: are both beautiful and raiding! cattle,is more pr fltable. Naturally, it spells discontent wakennl- soul "What shall I dot -

1I 35c.<<: Sola by in Stamford, Connecticut, and appropriate. From the example ,of tat that Is one of.the inevitable results at affgrauuca that l led .t to 1,* stvedr'| .Hasten to hU stile bloc! .

f All Drag Store -will -stake- ...his. future-.-and- reputation the good and great, whose live have the world Into. i itglamentable- conflict to answer! ChrUt."AGE Tils. qnentlon, anti load
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j 1 age we will inv the word means mu- "ASK- :-YOUR NEIGHBOR...HE KNOWS"For -- -= :I

tual action and reaction. It signifies r
I over 35 the E. O. Painter Fertilizer '
1 y.a. Company ha. furnished.Florida
or denotes special favors and servl- 'J I
> & Bits of LocalInformation @ growers with fertiliser. Th. continued patronage of experienced
growr give I
[ eec are to be granted by ona side or proof of satisfactory ...ult.. .i VJ
HosieryShe j party in consideration of the same or' .
COULD DETTER FERTILIZER UK M.U>K WE WOLD MIKE IT.
similar favors I
granted by the other I f'
\ Side. Wrlt For New F.II Fri. I H>,l. Just Imurd. Ii | t

i | One of the fine principles to be observed I i E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla Ii

"e.fJ Concerning Our People, Business and between a pastor and his! peo-

:.. Progress in the County and Town. 0I i plo in netting along with each other given each fill I'
/ guests to out with pictures Carolyn \\o'rll'll| | Fnnnla Darby, MadgoMlildlvton .
I pI 'in the work and worship of tho Lor.11 out of magiuinei, created much Isabel )FernnndezIris Ep '

1\ is to know how to reciprocate. An.I'' amusement. How to make the han.lI'rl'hief person, Gu..si.ne. Bennett Lucilo

\ 'JI I the best place in the world to prlI \(!- ), talk and st'isllorsVero the ;Mitchell, Clara Mao Shepard Margaret .
,
\1\< Hilda Struth was a visitor to I Miss Annie Darby has returned fltY ,Ilice, reciprocity is in the church. If other games played. Lang, Ethel Griffin\ Audrey "

,stile Wednesday. I home after a stay of some length in I ; j'oU desire good service and good sermons Several piano ell'cllon"VITI' given Johns, Vivirctte Floyd I, Marion Stump I I

the mountains of North Carolina. j out of your pastor extend t<> and at the close of tho evening the of :New York, :MeHHrs. Alvin Beck, t t
n \r-llo Hughes left Wednesday him good attendance, rood
co-opera- hostesses: served delicious! fruit punch Thomas I.lnibaiiKh: Orxillu Griflls
'ti> for. Jacksonville. Tho Cash Department Store will re-j tion and hearty support and fellowship and cake. Warren Perkins, Charley Johns Har

open Saturday with R. L. Wright, "and believe me," you will\ get Those enjoying: thin pleasant alTair' ,,1.Willi\ lleibert Hitch, Frank Carpenter j
Turner of Jacksonville is Plant City, in them. Let's be felitous and
charge. reclnrocate -
I were, Misses 10111and Blanch Al- Jim ICitkliter, Bill Epperson: ,
several days here this week. by being
11 present next Lord's
derninn Eunice Perkins, I.auraVnn Kirk I.cwi'*, Telfnir Long, Carl John'sv '
I Mrs LaMira Graham has returnedto Day at 10 n. m. for Bible school, and Elizabeth Itrnwnlee. Nellie Sti>nrn <, \ iii,,' ,Agin t5u: < Long, of Palatka. ..
Marie Dyal of Jacksonville Jacksonville after a "short visit m I at It n. rat. for communion and eomnianded I

i tI visiting Miss Ethel Griffin. Starke with her parents. I worship. And again at 8 p. ;
m. AM come. Faithfully your min

> bargains that cannot be beat I' ister. W. E. DAUGHEUTY, 1 1I I II
Mrs. C. P. Tison, of Jacksonville, Reduce .. :
the
I
i sh Department Store Saturda. Shows
i is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Perry I
Johns. IN IIONOU OF :MISS HEDGES tII

.man Register was in Jackson- Skidding Dangers .
I
Good Taste
Monday on business. On Monday evening :Misses Louisa
-Mrs. S. E. Brownlee is spending a I Fernandez and Inca Abernathy gave Buick Tour+ivhccl Brakes yvV f

;i i' Stump left Sunday on a busi- while in Palatka with her daughter, A TTRACTiyELY clad n farewell party in honor of Miss ? kJ I

rip to New Smyrna. MM. A. V. Long. ankles win admira Eleanor Hedges, who left Tuesday '

tion. And we have just morning for Tallahassee, where shot

oj 1' i w\ Tall, of Gainesville!, wai in Mrs[ John Shriver and Mrs H. A. received a shipment of will bu a student of the 'Voman'sCollege. I r '
Weeks of Brooker here The best looking hosiery -,
Ilonday on business were Tues'- The many friends //ofathl'retl\j
day shopping. you ever sawl! It's Ever- at the home of Miss Fernandez then I\

11 P. Carpenter was in Gainesville wear Hosiery, which all went to the Presbyterian manse to '

''in1'. Mrs. Bessie Grant and son, Haynei! means that it is eco- surprise Miss I Hedges.An .
of Jacksonville, are guest' of Dr. and nomically long wearing, interesting feature of the eve- W
BUICK
four-wheel brake reduce t
Mrs. O. L. os well as beautiful.
B'> Tanner of Baldwin[ spent Sun- Haynos. Come in and examineour ning were tho life books which were wile o f to a minimum the skidding dans..revary
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driver encounter
-- a on wet r rIT
.a'i with his family here. styles- .:
new 2
Mrs. T. J. Griffin has returned after many pavement
for the whole family.
,tCrowder' spent Sunday in spending several weeks in the i' The action of the almpto yet posltlv P 1,
mountains Buick brakes not low. ,
of North Carolina. only ( -
I it' city with his family. rENT-A-WORD r -k down the oar aafely but Keep* Ittaady 1 : t e
Nat Sternberg preventing iklJJinn to
,, wis Wilkerson, of Lake Butler Mrs. Ray and daughter, Bettie, oi either ilJe.

i visitor to Starke Wednesday. Lako City, are visiting her parents, Starke, fla.
Buick four-wheel" brake operatewith
Mr. and :Mrs! L. II. Partridge.
light pressure on the errs
t< O. Daniel, of Jacksonville spent HOSIERYHEADQUARTERS HOUSE TO UENT-Available October Ice brake pedal, are of the Dulctc- I
,ok-end here with his family. Mrs E. M. Johns and daughter 1st. Apply to J. L. Simmons, proved trnal. contracting tyre a +
Gloria, returned home Saturday after Sttiike.) it and function Independently of tha !
-- --- emergency brake. sl
spending time at Balsam N C. .
same :
i I" Andrews Jr. in Worth- - -
i was FOR SALE Good : horse
wagon
Miss Annie Bees Wilson returnedto young Buick ha. taken this advanced '
n Wednesday on business. and harness Will
sell
Mrs. L. M. Rhoden, of Mt.:! demons, her home in Jacksonville Tuesday cheap) step deiltnlng four-wheel brak. <
G. C. Cudy, Starke Fla. 9-7-tf Its 19 J4 In conformancewith
on Oars
Michigan, Is the guest of Mrs. R. O. after time at Kimjrs-
Miss Louise Dean, of Apopka was spending some Its well known policy of providing ".
'hh. week-end guest of Mrs. J. T. Daniel. ley lake with her aunt, Mrs. J. L. WANTED-Man to work on farm. owner with the latest and

Quigley Peek. Write to A. F. Petterson, box 355 most dependable transportation. "
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek and children -
Starko, or meet me at Manning'sstore
We will be pleated to five you a j
and Mrs. D. C. Jones and children Mrs. II. 11. Darby and children, T
Charlie Carroll and J. L. Briggs next Saturday afternoon It demonntratlon ant let you prove a
motored to Jacksonville Satur- John Darby and Miss Annie May of t the effectiveness of Dulck four 4
or Jacksonville, were here this week .
I day. Ga. motored here Saturdayand FOR SALE wheel brake yourself.'
business Macon -Missionary strawberryplants
i I u :
I are the guests of lrR. T. J. Gnffin $2.50 per 1,000()( or will sell R-e.u-t'tP
Miss Hazel Dowling has_returned and Mrs. E. M. Johns. by the bed. Louis Kahr, Starke.
yam Rosenberg, of rntnt City, was to; her home in Jacksonville, after a --- {9-14-2t LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ

IP town this week preparing to re- two: weeks' visit with her cousin, Hazel Mr. and :Mrs. Edward Burns Miss -- --- .-- .1\4. Smith Mil"

open his store here. Middleton. \ Ruth Otwell, of West Palm Beach, FOR RENT: -Comfortable four room Baker, Bradford Columbia and Union Counties I
Miss Annie Bess Wilson of Jackson- house with sleeping porI.ifht.\ ..,

:Mrs. N. B. Hull\ has returned from Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long and, ville and !Mr. and !Mrs. J. L. Peek are water and garage. Apply to J. T. ,-- -

a trip to North Carolina and Hem- family of Palatka, motored here this enjoying/ stay at Kingaley lake at Quigley. 9-14-21 '
.
.
I
Mend N. Y. -- '
week and the of her 4
were guests the Peek cottage.
FOR RENT farm 1 mile
-My eat! i
mother, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee. FALL 1923
of Starke on Middleburg road, con-
Miss Ethel[ Griffin has"returned af- The Shoppe Elite, under the efficient
taining 20 acres good land and
ter a visit with relatives in Jackson Mrs. J. E. Corpening and Mrs. E.JI. management of Mrs. Nelle H.
good 7-room house. Good proposition THE SHOPPE ELITE
I ville. Smith motored to Jacksonville\ for Hughes, had a fall display of beautiful I
for right party. J. A, Morgan
I 1- the week-end and were guests of the hats and gowns last Saturday,

Col. D. E. Knight spent Wednes- Aragon Hotel. and will continue the display all this Starke. 0-7-2t. i You are invited to attend the FALL OPENING of

day in Tallahassee\ on business before week. : FOR SALE-Missionary and Klon-
The Elite all this week.
the pardoning board. Mrs. E. S. Matthews has returned dyke strawberry plants, $4 per Shoppe during .

home after spending several days in Among the Starke boys who left thousand f. o. b. Green Cove. Ready I

Andrews Wainwright received a Jacksonville, the guest of her sister- for the University of Florida this for immediate shipment. J. S. Mar- I! Inlerperiing Fashion Expression

carload of the new 1924 model Fords in-1aw. Mrs. Annie Richard. week were, Paul Canova, Jr., Carl maduke, Green Cove Springs, Fla.

this week. Johns, Orville Griffis Ras Brinson,' 7-27-8t-9-14. in Authoritative/ Modes of
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Humphrey and Joe Wainwright Thomas Limbaugh, '
i
The Powell Turpentine Co. shippeda Willie Agin left Sunday in their car Charlie Johns Hollis Knight, Earl' FOR SALE-Missionary and Klon-

carload of rosin the first of the for Charleston, S. C., to spend several Roberts and Clifton Brown, of Law- i dyke strawberry plants, any quantity NEW FALL DRESSES AND HATS yd

week. weeks. ey. I Ii growing on new land, ?ri.m
i fresh plants ready July let [If In-

Mrs. T. N. Kendrick and daughter, Mrs. A. S. Crews will leave today !Mr. Cricket Prewitt and family of terested write J. M. Truby Stnrke

Elizabeth have returned home aftera for Plant City to visit Mrs. II. M. Fernandina, were guests over Sunday Fla. 6-22-10-23.

month's stay in North Carolina. Barker and Mrs. H. I. Barker, and of Mr. and Mrs O. L. Beasley. Mr.

Mrs. S. SI. Crews, of Tampa. Prewitt formerly lived in Starke and .s, su ,

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and chil- was one of the publishers of the Ad- W !

dren are spending a while at KMgs- Mrs. O. S. White and children of vocate. He later published a paper I I

ley lake at their cottage. Jacksonville, are visiting her father at Waldo, then one at Callahan. He

G. W. Snellgrove. She will return I..a now editor and proprietor of the

Mrs. J. J. Phillips, of Akron 0., home this week. Nassau County Leader. lira many i t tl tof

is the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. M. friends here were glad to greet him. +

Davis. John Shriver and daughter Marguerite I f fI

left last week for a stay of Mrs. H. H. Young entertained at a I

Mr. and Mrs. Wilma Holtzendorf ,some length at Beauford and Charleston delightful Abridge luncheon Saturday

motored to Jacksonville Wednesdayfor S. C. afternoon at her attractive home on'herry ,

the day. I street in honor of Mrs. J. M. ,

J. F. Kickliter who had been con- Mitchell's house guest, Miss Florida
A HARTFORD FARM POLICY
Earl Roberts, of Lawtey was here fined to his room for some time on Davis, of Madison. Mrs. Edward

Sunday visiting his sister, Mrs. J. W., account of illness, is able to be about Burns made high score and was presented cover I II 1 I it

Andrews, Jr. again. with a piece of china, and Miss: HARNESS I Q I lt
,
with beautiful
Davis presented
was
Farmer alone have the advantages
Mrs. Florence Powell and Miss 250 24-pound sacks self rising flour maderia handkerchiefs.Dr. of a specialized form of

Blanche McNeil were in Jacksonville, will be sold at 75 cents Saturday by
insurance
guests at the Seminole Hotel. Sam Rosenberg, Cash Department and Mrs. J. J. Bullen\ and Miss policy
It all farm building,
Store.. Only one sack to a customer. June returned home from their outIng cover o
household goods, provixion, fuel
I
T. A. Brinson of Fif tone, was here at Pablo Beach Monday, where
and personal effect, grain, hay, ,
this week, the guest of his daughter, Misses Bessie and Bill McCormickand : they had a pleasant sojourn. From t
ned, straw and fodder, all binds I
Mrs. J. E. Corpening. Fred Brumbly, of Gainesville, Dr.. Bullen's improved appearance it
of stock teed farm tools. Implement
motored to Kingnlcy lake and spent I Is evident that rest and recreationwas _
Miss Florida Davis has returned to the week-end with Mr. and :Mrs.!\ E. necessary, and he wiir resume and machinery, harness
and aimilar equipment vehicles, A 3Woments
her home in Madison fter visit with M. Davis. his duties' with renewed vigor. Yet
a horses, mules cattle, sheep and and Misses Fall Frocks
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. rest did not mean inactivity for him
the hazard of fire
hog against
,
The U. D. C. will meet in the Worn- as he, on being urged to do so,

Miss B. Cady returned Jacksonville an's Club Wednesday, September 19, preached several sermons in different lightning windstorm, tornadoes, cyclonesand Vie Smartly in Elegance and Simplicitym;

Monday after a short visit here at 3:30 o'clock. Hostess Mrs. O. L. churches in Jacksonville.
with relatives.D. BeaMey. You may also buy protection I Material of Crepe Satin The ulraiicht-linv Hilhourtte
CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES against hailstorms la connection I Canton Crepe, Brocade, Chiffon of autumn find. thin. interext- '

P. Carpenter and Orville Grif- The partial eclipse of the sun took with the above liberal coverage. Georgette, Paulette Crepe Ins collrcllon of cloth frocks d

fis motored to Gainesville Friday af- place Monday afternoon as scheduled Now that our meeting has closed, Charmeen 1'itirrt Twill Crepe varied and compelling smart InUrprlHtlonM. 1

ternoon.Mr. It was followed by muggy weather, ..nd 'the church put in a systematic Stop taking chances! Shrha, lead for Autumn, and Twill cloth fabric

also by the town election. working basis' which Brdother Brown, I that the tiered mode In crepealin lends. itself perfectly to demandi -
J. R. Davis & Co. '
and Mrs. H. C. Richard, of our state evangelist felt, justified I'I I I" extremely smart i>f mart InilorinK./ A*

Palatka, are spending the week at Miss May Peek, who has been at him in calling it "a man's church," it Agency Established 1884 They are in the new brownsoffered in Mark it lit unrivaledin jI

Kingsley lake.T. the home of her brother, C. L. Peek, seems to me that "reciprocity" should STARK. FLA.J. navy and some black in favor for fall. a,

for the paat'two'Dionttul, returned to be the motto of both the preacher and R
.mra e..tl..ss Ifc. ...dMi.t Jacksonville Friday. the church. What la reciprocity any Touches Oriental splendor/ Spanish flounces 1880 quo/n'neu--onJ s
"_ fc. .... _.. .. it
'- -BMra- -.a..a.af..d* I way? We haven't Webster beside IM, I.. SIMMONS then the boy-ik trimness, Tailored Keenly...that art tome of the feat' I

SmthM -- Miles'' Ray, of Dunedin, spent the r.or before UJI, but from common us- PLUMBER AND ELECTRICAL wet to our lovely array of women', and muss new fall frock- 1 Ij' '

Tuft's Pills I week-end here with relatives. Miles CONTRACTOR ONYX: HOSIERY IN ALL FALL SHADES I I "
Plies Cured in ft to 14 Days
will sail Saturday on the Mohawk for I ESTIMATES CIIEBRFULLY GIVEN I

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STA RItE, FLORIDA FRIDA,' SEPTE'I HEll .
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, A.).

: PAGE SIXWith


1 pearance such occur of they diseased should plants be removed and when at GAIN SHOWN IN I Wears Diamonds$250,000( Worthof and Pearls gel o'clock of death Saturday came nigh' '**

The Bradford The last sad rite* a
-
It d once and destroyed.The little one when Inntlli'n.. '
corrosive sublimate tablets and *
NATION'S HEALTHDecreasing and relatives Katheren .
1 1r'i I the solution are dealy poisonous and !w
,
etery to place its both
Farmers should be handled with care. The
I I place under the bouv,, 1*
I I tablets can be purchased at any drug *
; yr i await the coming ot ''I,"
store. The solution should be madein Death Rate From I
I I neral services were i'"i
wooden containers, as it corrodes ItY!
Contagious Diseases in \ F. B. Johns, of Stark. ,
COMMON SENSE! :' I In buying young trees reliable cur metalvessels. | parents have the
i ItUKAk syrup i .
.j be
i -el'] >men of Florida should patron Twenty-Year Period. tire community.No '
I '- Florida EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS OF
ized because they know conditions
,
rt i the Great Need 14
Winter Cover Cropt
Stock and the varieties of the various COUNTY AGENTS Wallhlnfton.-Thp country should ( Worms in a neuli .
j 11 of our rirldii and I.he best be congratulated on the big Improvement .
fruits and where they are s+ All children troubled with \V\ .
{ adapted. In addition, their stock l h Jefferson-Our farmers have beer In the health tt> the people between r hcalthyco4r.which laUltotcF ,, .
"'
a (By Spuds, Johnson) more nearly acclimated to Florida ferny planting fall truck crops. 1900") and 1020.( according ot to (rule;ROVE Ultra TASTELESS i. mare or lees CHILL Stud. II' "4
General II. S. dimming .
We had a mighty interesting arument ( Surgeon Jetty! fur two or three weeks wit' f1

down to the store the other Rat-!': -Prospects for a good citrus ] the United States public health servIce im prove the dlflefltlon and act OH arnlna ,
FALL I PLOWING STIMULATES who has! Just issued a bulletinon Toulc to the whole ayatrin '
urday. I WAS telling the boys about I crop are encouraging. Growers throw ofTrr dlnpel the worms,and. PI
after AND' IMPROVES TilE SOIL the subject. ;loorv 'perfect health.' Pleaaaot ...He.a. ,, "
the m "
how foolitth we are to go on year have made wise use of cultivatorand During that SA-year period there : eta

I y year letting the rains of fall nnd I --;; sprayer. was a marked decrease in the death I
something the Coldt Cause drip and rrmucnza
Fall
aver.
plowing,
out
d+ 'I winter wash our landi and take rate for typhoid, malaria scarlet ,
I gage farmer worries about im- LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tat 1 ..
,
never
have tuber
whole
k t the plant food. Clay-Farmers as a fe.e>, diphtheria and croup ; Acause
There la ..
I 1 ct.y vac
Si Smith led the argument ngalnit proves find stimulates the soil. The gotten over the pessimism of the early culosls of the lungs, meningitis: bronchitis K I!: W GIOVE'S s'."...'.. nn boa

+ i me but I think most of the farmer ': land needs breaking in the fall and summer and with that optinnim end all forms! of pneumonia./
i
i i finally itttrei'd: with me. Of course, I winter In order that organisms therein that always springs'eternal in the Heart Aliments. Lead. THE FLORIDA SANI I \KI, i tj
p continue to thrive. Vegetable As compared with lOt( ), there were
t
,
SI would argue against cover crops, J may breast of the man next to the coil
i the In 1020 Increases In the death rates
formed of
that has on top
stump pulling 1 spraying : matter they already busy laying plans!
Q cattle dipping, are Florida Sanitarium and
't 1 for Influenza\ : whooping rough cancer 144
If and Moil! needs to be turned under, in order 'ear'swork.
', other progressive for another
; and
b, f" or any I preparing diabetes,
'J. II he to that it may begin decaying and and other malignant tumors Orlando, Fla. Medical, -n' 67.
But seems
; modern movement. .
snd softeningand
cerebral hemorrhage :
i .
'c :. j lie, losing his influence.My i be converted into a form of plant organic llnpusrx" of the heart. ternity, capacity 100 pati n.

f I food that can be taken up by future St. Lucie-Much' tile draining it The largest number of deaths to : ment modern, rest, diet. pt:,:. 3I
me somepretty
agent fact
county gave Quite easy to wear In you can
ernpll.I White Three 100,000 of population In 1020, as disclosed Unexcelled, ., '
about City.
going on therapeutics. 1.
'
line worth
I Rood: Idem along thin! several wear a quarter million dollars' -n.
r However, it is advisable that Homo by the census figures were due
I carloads of tile have already been ordered
1 I 1 years ago, and I've found that 1 : almost as easily as one solitaire. east. .tt;
4I 1 crops be grown on the land in winter the to organic diseases of the heart, with I
and will follow. On .
thorn fields have more This la the world famous "Illvwr of
by practicing my
I in order that such plant food as pnedmonla, tuberculosis of the lungs,
,
I strength of a good pine apple crop :ttl-karnt:! diamond, madeup
have !
kept improving. And I don't anymore I )oaten Glory"
becomes available from the decay of acute nephritis, Brlglit's disease, can
this Is being greatly'i la the form of a pendant In which 0t.
gullies wherever the land Is a year, acreage
and cerebral
cer and 1 malignant tumor
(
t under vegetable matter may
turned beans is al-I 2XK unit, hundicds, of Russian
little rolling. And there's not a ter- extended. String acreage hemorrhage and softening coming ) pearls
t race on the place : be utilized and not permitted to leach so being increased. Many growers : Beit. lapl/ lazuli beads compose the netkplere. -
the
4 the soil.
drain from Plowing .
or
Average Florida land is not hilly are getting their land ready for ear Although later figures are not complete -
land also makes it porous, thus letting This famous Jewel was unco the
enough to require terracing, but it Is ly planting the census bureau announces
air enter. property of Abdul Harold and worn by t.
for the flrxt
be that provisional figures
to tl
1 sandy enough that you got earn Such la the advice of specialists of nine months of 1022:! Indicate a slightly him as a setting In his decoration of
fill or much of the plant food in thu Dado-This has been celebrated as .
J of the Order of the Garter. lIe presented
agriculture
i the Florida college higher average dmith rate than for the r
soil will wash or leach out. We fertilie avocado week and September 1 was who
I later
4 who have made extensive studies on ; corresponding period In 1021. It to I a Iltisslflp! \ princess

; the Innd and turn crops of grass this line. : avocado day. Programs were put on The death rate for the first nine was forced to sell it In Pn rls.

into it. In winter most of us farmers The soil Is ordinarily filled with minute before the various civic clubs of the months In 1022 to l.OOO of populationwas Miss GlldlGray.I.. now wearing the

I lose! that plant food and wonder next organisms known 40 bacteria.In city and a systematic advertising I 11.7 as against 11.A for the same quarter of a million dollars' worth of
1 what make land the local blazing jewelry In a theatrical production. -
j summer our poorer to the campaign carried through Dine-month period of 1021.
function
soil'to\
t, t, d .r than it was before. best order advantage for a it is necessary for press. Table Gives Figures She wears the jewel every day, We grind Our Own Lenses
and guards are always handy to protect
understand it the explanation
As I ,
The following table gives the number
these bacteria to be well taken caro her.Diamond. NO-DELAy
4 is simple. You must have plants on of. They thrive on decaying vegetable St. Johns-Practically all dairy of deaths and the rate In 1
r I the land in fall and winter to take up cows about St. Augustine were tested population lu the registration areaf
a
this Fiorina

matter. In working over vegetable Gainesville ,
(r and use the plant food which is available convert it into a for tuberculosis by a federal ) .the United States' J>y Important in Throat Is
"
matter they
or which becomes available at this week. veterinarian taUkee fir l1 d-y"ill rOOan t # Fatal to Little Girl -
living
used
I form that can be by Rata Rute
that time. lAeO 1990 1900 1150T9phold "ANDAAD FOR'OrtAA1
r plants. ..., II.OH I.AOI ISI 11 I Oene .-A Swiss dealer! In precious
land
the during 83
Grow I took I
plants! on ) Madison-On Tuesday
i Bacteria need food and can function -I )(.I.r'. ..... IUt 1,118 7.5 1 eM.a.l. --fRSMi'fIi'S:
these seasons; they take up. and use well in farmers and business men to Hahira, .. .. .. I.n .711 111 I eSarni stones named Dingier while showing -
to a certain extent as f.v.r 1.135 t.OH 101 t I his tlv -"l'ar.old daughter! some of
1 Ji that plant food, thus preventing its Then the far- Ga., to witness a sale of sun tobacco Whooping VI CHU.L 70+ UC
t which soaks thri winter as In summer. Mourn .. .. 1.11 1O.ln 11,1 11 IDlpblb.n. Ms cases of Jewels, was called to the
in the water learn about tobacco
and to sun Itrow-
escape
winter .
them in .
mer should feed both telephone. When he returned he found
the earth. Next spring these plant: and ing. About 200 acres or more of this .nd .reap. n.llt 1IItS n,1 15 IInftu.n. For over SO Muarla!
child She had swallowed
This he can the choking. -
and in summer. .... 7.031 11.017 39.1 71.0
ran he turned back into the Roll, thus should do by plowing his land and tobacco will be planted here. Cotton Tnh.roul.r gems worth jfWX: A doctor was years it has been
t placing there that plant food whlcl boll weevil from South Caro- ot lunu .. 15,110 55,151 111,1 100 I the household
turning into it the remains of crops experts Tub.rculoas' hastily culled, hut the little girl was Chills
would have leached out. and weeds that lina were here Monday; visited several m.nln.ltI.. 1.571 .105 '.7 I I dead, having been strangled by a remedy for all
grew
r t Such winter cover crops are goo, thereon and grasses during the summer. of our treated fields and were impressed Other tub.roulo.form.' 1.111 5,555 II 4 7 I diamond which entered, the thorax.An : :. forms of r- and

than this They method of J\ho..tI.m 1,111 .157 56 .0 operation was to extract
' for more one purpose. ] by the Florida neeesnary
advisable that some Fever
I then
dm.lI.n.nt
It is C.no.r n
8 and the stones from the child's\ throat and
furnish grazing for cattle, hogs winterbe weevil control.Walton'Ve. It is a Reliable
during
f the winter months at' plants that will grow I..non... ., I9.JI'II TI ISI 190 554 stomach
J horses during planted on the land in order to D'.b.te.' .. 1,1. 1t.01l 57 leg General InyigDengue

t I, a time when there is so little greet take up and use and save for future called our people together 31.nin.ni.. bem.orrh. ... 11.171 1.151 to,1 1.0C..br.1 . u ;u .'. .. orating; TA. __ __
ntutr for stock. Oats, rye, and rapt< that becomes Tuesday and talked the county ... sad nrti + .v.vwwWealthy

I arc excellent cover crops. I'm going crops the plant food fair. Great Interest was demonstrated r.nln. "n.on. 71.111 715 61.5Osaale Widow Heal.Man' SPLENDID FEELING
available from the action of the bacteria. Sta..a. That tired half-sick disoouraaM feeling
to have land, nil ready-plowet for big ... of lb.h..rt .
my and we have planned a ,
The soil must be kept at workif If.tlft nf.lf! 1111 Ill 5 Broken HeartThe ; caused by a torpid liver and < oat
and settled_and plant oats and rap< fair for November 2123. rid of
I best results are to be expected. Bronchitis 1f.0U 11.108 t5 7 55.5rneumonl. pated bowels: can ba gotten wan
: in November. It's time to begin tc '., wounded heart of J. H. surpriHiiifz promptness by using Hi. "t i "
t1 land in winter ,
117.1
: the 85Ua 1101
art 'orm. nO.lot
)
on
la i ,.t J think about it and getting the need Crops grown This is in Wakulla-A hundred sixty-three O'b.rdl...... Buckler traveling salesman of You foe! its beneficial effect with II .f':-ir>'.
another advantage. dotO its and
hove regulating <
11 I disinfected. supplying. green grazing to livestock farm people met in our court house'j' r.pinldty.y.tsm. 1.180 10.110 100 III Minneapolis, :Minn., W88 healedto is thorough ad: purifying: and complete. It n< ,
and organized and arranged DI.rrhos. an" the extent of $:\\00 when settlement drives bilo and but .' I'
I when it Is hardest recently out impurities "
at time of I' .nl.ntl. (under -
PLANT A 1IOMK: ORCHARD a year for a county fair. 5 $3,115 U.11t 100.e 'f.O out of court, was parts a splendid feeling of exhilar, "
FLORID I'KOPLE: URGED to have and most needed. pp.ndlol" reached In his suit for IftO.Ooo: I strength, vim, and buoyancy of M' iri>.

sad "phlilla. 1.181 11.701 51 114R.rnla damages against Mrs. Ellen Lilly, Price 60c. Sold by.
I Inta.tinaiobtruc-
Columbia-The county poultry u.
I CAIUIAGE DISEASES CAN wealthy widow who, he All Drug Stores
I Gating certain fruit has a double HEREDUCED BY SOAKING Kociation is about to purchase a 10- U., .. .. I.UI I.alf 11.1 101 I promised to marry him,

I advantage; it reduces, the cost of living SEED' IN SPECIAL POISON 000 capacity incubator for its use. Cirrhosis... "0 f, 5,076,914 13.6 1.1.1Acul. bulked after' he had secured 5II'S'1 (he Quietus _....& DON tool.li >.i .

and add food I elements! and, variety n.phrtsi license Brows. of Its tonlr! and lnx*'Ivc i .and dl.- : bROMO QMNINE, : (Tubots) ran I I i
necessary/ to make a diet health 1 1I Some of the worst diseases of the IItmiltl'n--An increased movement .... . 17.377 U.1I1 III lI.f by anyone without cauninil rvouantH?' '!
I ful. Many fruits can be grown in I of cotton with active market during Pu.rp.r.teep- In the b". cabbage crop! are carried from placeto an tlc.mlIL 1.781 ISOO 5.7 II -.- -- .. - .
f I Florida. Why many are not grown, that cling to the the week has kept our gins going; Oth.r pu.r. mas, of Palatka, Cleo Thomas, Mi -- Habitual Constipation Cured
place by germs p.rai cau.e. 1,1S7 10,171 6 111
}11' therefore Is difficult to understand. outside of the seed. For this reasonit full blast. Con..nItILI and Mrs. Burnham, of Gainesville, In 14 to 21 Days
!
A ride of ninny miles through some few d.blllt" sod. Messrs. Joe'i11iam Raymond LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a spec; .aUy.
i Is to use a sanitary m a I formalion.
lit areas of the state will show few if only necessary with the seed and OHcl.'ola-Old residents tell me that : I1.IfS n.1I7 11,1 71.1 Drown and others.E. prepared SyrupTonlc-Laxa'Jve for Hahitua!
precautions Tlolent Constipation. It relieves prompt!) hirshould
any fruit tree seedbeds to prevent serious losses to citrus prospects here are the best ev "..tb.. n. D. Jones, of High Springs, spent be taken regularly for I 14 t to 21\ ''lays
This situation is deplorable, one often ; aulo\d.\ If In n 14' It 1 TI S ,
i real in the week-end here with an 1Rerfulates.
Last a success relatives. Stimulate. !
Floridacolll'ge the crop, according to a statement to er. season was puled.' . 1.131 I.IU III 10.' to induce regular action. It
( 'I. hears. Specialists of the G. F. Weber, assistant growing strawberries and now grow Unknown orII Fred Deaver and Millard Varne: / Very Pleasant toTaki* Site
+ of agriculture have mentioned cabbage growers by .;' ..d.,, 11.701 n.m 71.1 611 bottle.Robs.
vet
for recordbreaking motored' to Starke
preparing a Monday
I pathologist of the Florida ers are All ether -
plant -
fit a number of fruits that can be i station. crop. e.ua.. 1IIU U'.I" less 111.6 Dr. Lee, of Hawthorne, Is visitinghis
experiment -
grown easily in this state. They are Black rot is one of the serious diseases All death..III.UI I.14lljmij I.IOII friend, W. H.- Smith. Calomel of

peach, plum, pear, Japanese persimmon of cabbage In this state, Dr. IN AND OUT OF TilE BANKS Mr. Reynolds and son, Violas, of
i fig, pomegranate, grape, (Ni- SAMPSON CITY
f Delaware, Scuppernong), pecan Weber says. It may be practically Graham, were visitors here Sunday. Nausea and Danger
ngara, and the I' controlled by sanitation in the seedbed The Merchants National Bank of Messrs. T. C. Thomas, T. V. Williams .
orange .
guava kumquat Most of these fruits can and by clean seed which have Port Arthur, Texas, writes that although !. Sampson City, Sept. 14-Lynk Williams Dogan Nabb, Joe Williams and -

grapefruit.in county of the state I' been disinfected with a 1 to 1000 solution It was approached by Ford and Mrs. W. J. Robersoq, of Mr. Reynolds, of Graham, motoredto Medicinal Virtues Retained and Im

j be grown every itself of corrosive sublimate. This dealers to Join in the countrywideplan Lochloosa, motored here Sunday af Jacksonville Monday on business. Sickening
has proved and
satsuma proved
The orange -Dangerous
'+ well adapted to moot of north and, of I solution may be made by dissolving of bank advertising for depositsof ternoon. Oren and Willie Harper, of Lake Qualities Removed. Perfected Tab

west Florida. The grapefruit, however 1 tablet of corrosive sublimate in 1 $5 and upwards for the purpose of Wiley Roberson has returned home City, are visiting their grandmother, let called "Calotabs."

will not do well north of Ocala. I pint of water. enabling people to save for a Ford from Nahunta, Ga., where he made nlengthy :Mrs. M. E. Goodge.

l It,has been said that no farm homein I The seed which are to be disinfected car, the directors turned down the visit with his eon, Judge W. Frank Warren spent Sunday at -

fact, no home-can call itself i should be securely enclosed in 'a proposition on the ground that the M. Roberson, and other relatives. Graham The latest triumph of modern science
-
complete without certain fruit trees.I loose cheesecloth bug and thoroughly plan was Inconsistent with the policyof Joe Williams and Frank Warren, is a "de-nauseated" calomel tab

fthe owner ghee them a little care soaked in the solution for 30 minutes thrift, that it might/ detract from Mabel: Davis and Ovida Von Thomas, NEW RIVER let known to the drug trade as "Calo

and attention, particularly as appliesto the bag being constantly moved the value of saving for the purchaseof of Palatka, and Miss Mamie Hall, of tabs." Calomel, the most generally

solution that all air home worthy object Starke, were here Wednesday after New River, Sept. 14 Crystal
insect and disease control, he or around in the so a or some more Wiggins useful of all medicines thus enters on

returns is excluded. j and that the Christmas savings! motored to Lake Butler Saturday purlfl J
-
satisfactory
she may expect I ) noon.Mrs. a wider field of popularity
for the'time and money expended. After the seed have soaked for 30 1 club which the bank had been suc !. Tommy Oldham, of Graham, morning. and refined from those objectionable

minutes, remove them and place in cessfully running for several years, spent Friday here with her brother, Wm. Hodges was visiting friendsin qualities which have heretofer limitedits

HOW'S THIS? running water for 10 minutes or I had more to recommend it. These and wife, Mr. and Mrs.! W. II. Smith. Starke Sunday. 1 use.

wash in five or sit) : changes of fresh objections were submitted to a bank Messrs.: T. C. Thomas and T. V. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cason and family head-

II do HALL'S what we CATARRH claim for It-MEDICINE Mil your yatem will water. Then let dry in the shade and which participated in the advertising Williams motored to Waldo Thursday motored to Little Springs Sunday. In biliousness, constipation, great

of Catarrh or Deafness caused by they arc ready to plant. plan for its opinion. fternoon. C. C. Johns and M. T Thomas, of aches and Indigestion, and in a kidney
Catarrh. and
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE! : con- I Black leg, another serious diseaseof "'\'e cannot subscribe," was the reply Joe Williams and Dogan Nabb motored Starke, were guests of friends here variety of liver, stomach successful

Ills Hallow of the an catarrhal Ointment Inflammation which Quickly and cabbage cannot be controlled as "to the inference that saving for to Starke Saturday.T. Sunday. troubles calomel was the most often

II I the Internal Medicine B Tunlo. which I well as black rot by seed treatmusit, the purchase of a Ford car is something C. Williams was a business visitor Mrs.' J. E. Adkins left Saturday for remedy, but Its use was

11 I act.Surface' through tlma the aaaiaUn mood. on to rotor the Mucous nor ii I as the germs are carried within theseed wrong or unsound. No one can to Palatka Wednesday. : Winter Haven to visit her daughter, Neglected on account of its easiest sickening and

i mal Hold condition by\ dru .gl.t" for 4 over 40 Yeart. I as well as on their outside. however deny that the Ford car has contributed Miss Ednarae Smith delightfully Mrs. Percy Kelly, who is seriously qualities. Now it is the to take.
+ medicines
i 1<'. J. Cheney A Co., Tulujo, O. such treatment as given above greatly to the country's develop- entertained a number of her :friends sick. most pleasant of swallow -

) helps materially in reducing the loss ment. It appeals particularly to the Wednesday evening with a surprise Lem Brown, of Sampson, were visiting One Calotab at bedtime, with No a taste

To Cure a Cold in One Day From Infected seed. man of small means and the artisan, larty in honor of Dogan Nabb, it be- here Thursday. of water-that's all. A

P, Tak LAXATIVE BROMO Hernia QUININE,'lie and!!:work((Tahtcti of.h.old ) ,. I Watch the seedbed carefully and and its possession! contributes no less ng his seventeenth birthday. The Crystal and Floyd Wiggins motored no griping, no nausea, no salts.
h an.I next morn-
1\ '. 'Pllh.l'oo, E.W. CKOVL;;" .tguotur.uuea..abutt.',, ..*. also the plants in the field for the ap- to: his health than to his business ad- reranda was tastefully decorated to Starke Saturday. rood nights sleep and the clean
F
vantage. The 'possession of a car I II is vith Japanese lanterns, red and white The death angel visited the homef ins you are feeling fine, with a

second to that of owning a home and crepe paper and potted plants. Mr. and. Mrs. P. B. Crews Saturday liver, a purified system and a big ap No<

I helps to bring into closer contact the Quite a number of games were en. evening and claimed their five year petite. Eat what you please.

GENERAL INSURANCE rural and urban communities. If any' joyed, after which the hostess served old daughter, Cleo,'who hat been ill langer.

?+ Ml comparison Is to be made betweenthe her guest with ice cream and cake. for only a short time, being confinedto Calotabs are sold only In,orlirinal.

INMAN&RITCHu 'saving for a Ford' plan and the At a late hour. the guests departed her bed one day. Dr. :Mlddleton, lealed packages, price thirty-five

d AUTOMOBILE Christmas club idea, we favor the fo rthelr homes, .expressing themselves of> Starke, was called, and upon arriving !- :ants for the Urge :family package

u FIRE. LIFE: BONDS former as the latter, in our judgment, as having. had an enjoyabletime. proposed to take the little oneo ten: cenU for the small, trial package.

Lecited in bnildiof of'E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14 is sometimes\ an inducement to unnecessary Starke to the home of Mr. and Mrs four druggist la authorised to refund

i Hoar Every Day. spending and extravagance Those present were Mtoaes Lucile R. J. Turner, aunt of the little one, be thoroughly delighted with Calo-

We much prefer to help our customers Moore, Mamie Hall, Ednarae and rhere medical aid could be given. he irice. a guarantee that yon will(

e STARKE, FLORIDA i to finance a necessity.' Juanita Smith, Mabel and Doris Tho- Gradually it kept sinking until 0 *bs,-(Adv.) .. T.elStIj




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III. | BROOKER I Arthur Wilson, of Keystone, was Neta-: Richard. Lake Duller, :Mack :Mock, of Jacksonville 1JI1I00000000111DaumlIIOCU:1I1Im! : QG.r:

visiting his uncle, W. B. Alexander, District Evangelist A. D. Buck ia :Mrs.:\ Susan El\va, of Jmksonville. L LkicicIY5(} COFFINS & CASKETS ::1 II L -

HI :-;ept. II-Wm. :Moody:\ and Sunday.Mr. conducting u protracted meeting at j :

dii. of LaCrosse were busi- Lawrence, of Brooklyn, waa'abusiness the :Methodist church for two weeks. Evel\i 1\ And a Full Line of ,
.
i S i here Thursday. visitor here Monday.Mrs. The singing Is in charge of Rev. J. SEVEN:' NAVAL VESSELS $ Undertaker* Supplies j .

S ii IRy> ;' ) Buss, Lu- C. Van Alstlne, of Brooklyn, E. IIart. field, pastor of Matthews I'IL.I011: :' ROCKS AT AUTOMOBILE hEARSE I

,ll, and Wilson Russ were was the guest of Mrs. M. F. Johnson church, of Jacksonville. A cordial invitation l'OI.i.1 Fairy Tale Always on hanrl. The beat er- 5r.
S Hi-ilbronn! Springs Wed- is extended to all. -
Saturday.Mr. Twentythrrc Dead) : ;; MUIntt. (If tfy ,AARY GRAHAM BCNNERi .* at the lowmt prlcm. Special S

S i noon. :: Forduni, of Brooklyn, vas u Dr. and Mrs.: J. C. Holding, of Birmingham lion Cause of Crash i M i <_ ft***! .* VU'MM.___NIV ***1a WM CfM anil i altrotiun to telegraph<< or- S

4a. .none, L R. Gniney and business visitor hero :Monday.Mrs. Ala., are guests of Rev: -'. Registered Kmbalmer.DeWITT .
: business visitors to und Mrs.\ F. W. Cramer. THE STONES
wore
G. V. Knight and :Mrs.V.. R. '

S luy afternoon. Jackson are leaving this week for Miss M.\ E. Cramer, of Birmingham Santa Dnrbani, C II., 3t-pt. 10.Twenty.thace .- "There fire soino crcnturea who have C.:: JONES j '

c Matheny, who has been is visiting: her brother Rev. F. W. sailor! are dead and I IS:;
:Macon Ga. where ,
J they will visit rel- siilil they him-* hail untrue tliltifjs\ saul STARKE, FLA' ,.
atives, at Plant City, re- atives and friends. Cramer. injured; en deftrovers of tIlt Pn- about thoui.\ or
,'" home here Tuesday. j I The stave mill will soon be in op('. :Misses Omle Scarborough and Hen rifle squadron of the battle fleet belt,. It,_..... .r\I that f\pri'sslons )I'tIYllltD'I\'IfIDlIffiIIftI' I

1 ," ompanied home by :Miss ration. rietta Padgett left here Tuesday to fast between rocka oft Point Ariruel: .. have IH-PII male -- t

S utt, who will visit here for the lo light house in the Pacific ocean, about thorn, or I
The enter college at Tallahassee. '' 11 Ougr\ From Wood.
surveyors are retting morn
betwetn San FrancIsco" \ anal Los An. siiyltigs which
'u'. j busy all the time. We The n NoIht'"r,' iniikliiL" uirnr" out )iWotatl. .
hope to have many friends of James A. liar- bO" '1I'1 been correct .
\ trews spent Tuesday in lCele! !. ('ha can I at s h"\,,' I'minil thai a t lacy S
some good roads started within theI vin regret to henr of his mysterious Bt nil." the
S Theft- are I thb outstanding conscquenooa cnn take u ton of sn's,iliiHt ma nil K..t I S
I next century. disappearance from Savannah Ga. big stone IIRI ,
I ii). of Lawtey, is visiting of the navy's major marine I ) "Now I havesomething quarter of 111111 of "'tunr out-of It J
Miss Inez of Jacksonville where he was employed as bookkeeper That ,!
i Drawdy, disaster! in Pacific waters. The InJured I toL'umplnlti proeesH i.i IISKIM| of put I Inn the. .
|" who has been the guest of friend for the Loose-Wiles! Biscuit Co. lie R\Mlut,' t Into n ilnHiil' ii'tort and cub. 1 t

rl A. A. Hazen and family, i, and relatives here for several days, is held in high esteem by that company are bctnjr! nursed at hospitals! her, about JoctliiK 1In\ illKi.Nilon with u .iak sss
train loiul of survivors H headed "What gskoil
\ :\ I in demons, L. O. Ilazen i has returned to her home. who report his books in first u .s- the other stone. lull miii of. ,.ul|'IIUIMUS in ul undor n !pru.- ;
.uinesville and will\ I for Sun DICRO, the naval luisc, while
Sunday sunof from
( luiiidrm'pomulH
Rev. A. S. Jones will nil his regular class shape.So Theee two nlnoty to otu' t 5
,university this winter. I the seven ships are fast nppronchintttotal "..m.tau' to tho "a'liiio' Inch. 1'llChty: p_ .
I appointment here Sunday morning far there is no clue to his whereabouts stones wore on
wreaks by the Incessant pounding rout, of Iho thus obtnlnod, ,
S nnlster, of Jacksonville, k; ; : either side of the suifnr I In fornientahlo. -
and he last when he
i evening. as was seen .
week-end here with home- i of the surf. The inodutt' IM called 'suel'bUl)555" -
I Rev. Whitworth of Homestead, who S left his boarding place on Sunday while .5 hem of a ICllrlll'nhl' S
ashore
The worships went !. S
a.p. Bell of Trenton a I has been conducing evangelistic: services -I morning, Sept. 2nd, taking his usual cruising from San Francinoo to San "I will tell ;;j.
was at Putnam Hall, was a visitor Sunday morning walk. after "W e Always I To Stop a Cough Quick .. '
.
p.at isitor here. Diego Saturday night shortly )'UII. sulll the *
Weeks visited friends inS here this week.P. I :Mr.: Ilarvin was at one time a citizen I 9) o'clwk in a dense! fog.! :Mistaken Stl Yo" firm stone "for I tako HAYES' IIEAUNG MONEY.; a .! '

: J. Pearce and family, P. B. Hunt j 1:: of Lake Butler and Is held! In position in rotation to the const! line do not think It Is. fnlr, and I nm won. cough.: metllcinn which ntom| tho roniih I>y ,

1.f. week-end. and family, Miss Natalie :Marcionnv, high esteem by our citizens. believed have caused the ornsh. ;Jerlng wlint you will think about It. lactating tho Inllamoil anil irritated ti IIul>8. S S
1 I1. Stewart and son Paul is to A box of CKOVE'S 0-1' :NTR"1'ESAI.VE .
,
Mr. and :Mrs: C. L. Ilouser Will Maxwell I I "I itt)\ eager! to know wluit
you
The of
plot ground at the union do- Tho thru heath b
'I" on visiting[ relatives inS I destroyers were speeding think (sir Chest Cold, Colds end S
Inch-oil..
and Miss Rpba Maxwell attended fenced for has had ; very pager t> Is enclosed with Ixittlo. ofHAYES' &
i pot a park, con- the fog hugging the shore In !sIngle' oup every
returned home I
Sunday. "I will toll ," sail] the second
the movies in Rtarke Friday eve- sidernhle attention Walks you HEALING HONEY. The salve C
i rocentlv. file\ formation when they piled
Mills: of Jacksonville, iilatives : upon tone, "when i iieiir what you have to slioulil tie rubbed on than cheat anti throatof .
here this week. I ning. I II II I have been laid, trees and plants setout the rocks from 200 to (r>00 yards apart ay. children suffering from a Cold or Croup 4

Xlatheny! E. B. Andreu and I :Mrs. M. J. Prevatt, who has been I and other improvements made. about.300 yards off shore. "As jet, visiting in Jacksonville for several rttliihtnod with the hoflUuitrlTpctthruuuh .4.
tie Ihrmic "
The work was in charge of TrnlnI The fatalities' divided betwi-en "
wore hat
I
I I C shiill I thu I itit.
I noy were business visitors "irf.- a l>-l>D-rrnl0 bfilvi Site |Ktrttililr at
< Monday. I( months, returned to her home here i I master J. W\ Newbern, who desErvesI the destrojors. Seven were from the "Of coot-no not" mi M the first atone. thu iSle lOOn stui'. a c'..n h.
e
1 >w Itch win-tin" am taek"i. In nor. carton suit the
I Saturday.I I: much credit for the manner in which Pelphy and the others died on the "I'rtjy crMitlmu wit h what you have tosS f l he mol, > "",," irenlineut U 35a .
lurris; nnd Arthur :May:\ of I I ::\ I. J. Priest, who has been attending I I the work was done. The ladles of the destroyer Young which turned over to toll I me," sit 1,1 t tin1 sect muth 1 StOII('. .JIIMt ask your druggist/ for f HAYES '

: were visitors here Monday. I the revival services at thiI t town donated trees and lants. Settees and sank in one minute nnd thirty I "Hut\ tlivr In Ill) hurry" said the IDuALUMO 1I0N .Y.

i'lemons and S. V. Andreu 1 I Baptist church of Waldo, returned t'> have been placed under the oaks seconds nftor she struck. first stone. "\Ve ninny slay In just .-- ." frREVEST4

'tiling to business in Worth- her home here Saturday.Mr. I making it a delightful place to rest, The oilier' destroyers, the S. P. Lee, I those two 1./111'11./ \\e never 11I0" ". In INFECT1OV -

"!1'inday. I and Mrs. F. A. Scott, of Starke and convenient for those waiting for Nicholas-: and Woodbury, went n- I the winter we ,lot the snow cover ua, la T1ir. ni.'irvoloiix t't'ntl..t uWnrv,I llnni/mip, in HCHI! healing\
t tlio : i :
pn-partition
i A. Weeks and children were guests of Mrs.Scott's brother, trains. The city will be proud of this ground in positions which gave their and we do not ohjoct nor lo we go off I that ('001"'" in liipiiil!' and lowtlrr form. 4

S III" day afternoon at Earle- 1 L. J. Wynn, Sunday evening. II beautiful little rc ort. officers and crows a better chance for Into" (he house hy the lire IK people' It in n nitnl.mat troiitniont that not

h. I :Mrs.: J. E. Harper entertained on their lives than was chorded/ tho crew do. only riurilies I the wninul\ (If gcrtnx;, that C"
1'steen' motored to Starke on I "TIlHt Is 80," HII111 till SOi-OIld tone mute jnfs't't. ion but it liculx I thn fli'sli, with S
1 LAKE HUrLER Wednesday for her class of boys of of the other craft. I "And why should WI' gn rmo (tho house! extraordinary fM'eil.| hail} I wniimls or 4 5

i iftcrnoon. j the Christian Sunday school at the The naval wrecks came while tho whore thiTw Is a tho In the, first cuts whuh false wt'tI"n to heal with thus S S

rod :Mrs. A. A. H zen were in Lake Butler, Sept. 14.-J. E. Mui-, Harper place in Pine View. Mrs. .1. destroyer Reno, a member of the Once of all we claimS WII tll. We hu\en't I I! ordiuarv I liniments nu'inl I niiiokly; undi-r '

chopping Friday. nes, Jr., left this week for Tulane university -. F. Bennett's class of !girls was invit- squadron, had left the cruising iliac, ny !legs or foot nnd wo nin't lly. Vt'hutus'utt tho powerful, influoni-n. rif t thin wonderful 5l'owtlur
I ) (fill") anti .20.:
remoilv. I l'rirnliiiiiil)3lli' ) $
''Voctor, ) of Lake Butler, will in New Orleans, for l his second i 1 ed. The two classes with several invited attracted.! hv open bout loads of survivors -., any wings. 30u and (61""|.r>. rluJ.lloy c

,i-cgular appointment here. on term. He expects to finish his guests assembled at 8 o'clock from the wrecked steamshipCuba "And we cun't IIwlm In, lioriiuxo. we 1! All Uru"; Stores t t4S S

->,"da). medical course there this term. I Bon fires! were built under the oaks u passenger veHSi-l. uron't (llnhi'H. And, IjonliK'S) !:!, ihorv 1 Isn't I

Gainey attended church at Mr. and Mra. M. F. Eddy of Alach. any wutor iibout In thu wlntor tn swim '
:\ and the children enjoyed themselves! Tho Cuba went ashore off San Miguel \ I I TONIC S
1111. "
Brings Saturday. rua, wero the guests last week of :Mr.:\ playing after which they were Invited Island, 12 hours before sand its I I
S rrews, of Hobolcen, Ga., was and !Mrs.\ G. A. of "If there were nny water we c'oiuhulntt Orovo's raHtclcHi" chill Tonic lomnrr S
Epperson parents i to be seated and were served with survivors wore picked up by the Reno
Swim tu It. Wo (oiin't sItuate In. either, (Tnorgy and Vitality by 1'urirylnii and
i at Brooker last week. Mr. :Mrs.:\ Eddy.. They were accompaniedby ice cream and delicious cakes. About with the exception, of onE boat loud
'f4i why should! we go, In when w. Kuril: hinii tho Wood. When you feel iu ,
va once a resident of this ( :Miss:\ Mary Eddy, sister of Mr. Ed- !1 10:30: the crowd dispersed. to their respective which wa picked up by tho Standard can't 1"SVlay sin'nitthoniiiii. hlvlll"rllli"ITul.t.\ ( sue h..\. Pit

t ,id his many friends were glad 1 dy, who ill cushier of the Bank of homes, all happy over the oil tanker Miller in the Santa Bar- .
S should us a.', huloi-il said, 1 thug lirinits color to the cheeks. und how Sit
mm again. 1 Alachua. pleasant evening spent. barn channel while its occupants were first MI one.. ",\1..1. Unit M why I stay Improves tho >elil.i. you vU; thnnnpprui '
np| ,;
I Ill*(! those attending church at i There' will .be a working at the Dokle Those present were Misses Ruby rowing out to sea in a dense fog, under tlit'ie IK nu hurry III .." lag, nn.I. I hliiij. Ifme iadi IIH true tonii- vnluu. t e

Springs Sunday were L. R. cemetery Thursday, Sept. 20th. Proctor, Addie Mae Raulorson, Main:1 the impression they wore headed 111.1
iml family, J. J. Morgan and I! Everyone invited. Blair, Mary Richard, "Essie Minshew, for shore. inullor. Thru. wo wotih luivcto j I Iron 'i much Quinine ,Himpouiloil, i In syrup. Solileusnnt :

.j Rev. W. T. McGuire filled his ap- Evelyn Smith, Amelia Harper, Masters The Miller will reach San Francisco hurry. ., oven hllilri'ii I liku t It. The hlixx 5I

I| pointment at the Christian church on Clyde Crews, Charles Rivers today. The Reno landed its srviv-! "Sii|i'h'P| I haiti to lie I nt, JIM olltii' ) nrodH. QUININE tu Purify It und IRON tot SI

II VMPTON :t Sunday. David Richard, Chas. Smith, Clois ors at San Pedro last night. e\cry day-or nt 8'IIOIII-111l'1I I I would I I fnrkh: It. DcHtniyn M.ilurlnl jjrrnm am'

I Mrs. II. K. Roberts and daughter, Dollins, Joe Smith, W. C. Smith, T. Nine !May Ho Lost have to hurry t or, siipimHe/ you hail" I Ci. -ip !ilnrins I hy Us Slr iidlliuiihi'|(, Invlrfof.KITiN't .
to )KO: to a ton party' or to n sowing clr- .. .
'ipton, Sept. 14.-:Mr.: Rosenif 5 Miss\ Isola, who have been visiting in D. Proctor, John Crews. Visitorswere Reports indicated that all on board clo you'd limo to hurry su "hl>>lIt a I :fluuuil .0 l".

Jacksonville, was a business Tampa, returned this week, accom- Willie Dekle, Harold Prlcster, the Cuba were saved. with the exception douht." NO IK K OP Al'l'l.ICAIION FoR TAV' I KEIII.MIt.n
T1DM 471 OK HI 1C:
HKI
here Tuesday. panied by Mrs. Roberts' sister, Miss Jas. Kennedy, William Smith ofIIALILFD of the captain, the purser, and "Ho thoy alwnys Mew In circles I.KNI-IMI.: : HTAIiriKHNotlrn ; : S S 1

. members of the crew who weri-. 4 lit, hnnhy VIMH, llml' l II. K.: Knluht.imri'luiMir S
eight: asked t llin serond at,'uue. .
---_- -- --- - ._--. nf I in\ .iiililtul.I Ntile.I lituxl thn
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-- -- --- --- reported to have remained on board, "I don't, t think no." sail, the first 4th ilny "r .I.. \. I H t I:(I 2'I I II I hii. :lll: .il >',l>lourtllU'iilo S
: .
; In ,, ; utrwu. nnil hiss; nmiln '*pill.cullnn | ,
to guard a shipment of bullion. Last! Htono. "1 r..1U what I've hwird. n II"" for tnc IUIM| 'tn .Until* In acaonlnnrawith .

., JONES [ HiMIS night it was reported the Cubit! had lag clrclH iiionii simply a ,number of liiw iliwurllxxl Hiil.l cprlincilti pru|,"rly. illuutcil.",,hr...,r.'In thu Itrid.'S fill.liiwlnic '

SAYS parted and sn 1k. Whether the t captain people who have gnthorod toiioLlit'r to fort .""nl,,. I t '''rid... to-wlt: _
nl :Hinllhw -
N.hw..1"rl.r
lIew./ N J5 A i>f S
Ledd and his associates foresaw tho ....l tlil, r",,i Sir. I. 'l IV, I H. K U K, M
end of their craft and puddled to Run11Cu.1 Toollull to cull It a circle, mill' ) the far... 'I'hi. itiiiil. ,lii'id In i intf intm...Hiitl Ht thu t-
Force of Truth Hocnnit Ntoiiu ilnlf fOr I lh" iKHiimiri. i lOr urh rnrlillOHtv In I
L A Lie Proves :\ / island and swallowed ''Forth isha, I Inili-odl". MRieed. I hue first tJntss) fdI orriluliatit., ihull l:o Miliwmeil. no.rorillnil 1
M'l. HoHsanffi Tliii Hfnataptrfublult Wilt wero caught unawares stone. I.. l IHW. l tsr d"l will !I...". Chor.onutl
ntook salesmen have no monopoly on tho gentle in tku farm attilar fag- with the sinking ship wa Ih., Hth .h.y -it Oil..In.i-. .1. l 11. IWII.WHn .
i''siermen) and mini UK ;1/ffN'lt; CUP ha UI[ And" the first iii one (rontlnuod. "I ..> my oiriolol liinnturii unit .f.1 l this
l.t Ill!:. Murk Twain Insisted that lying In an inherited built with ttiHitn, and fottt U# in luitttt:yON ncfi yoe fc olt. a rjiK'stinn unanswered, early today.The will toll you now what Imi boon said Ih,. a.h ,u.y fOr tI..I.I.RlI..1 I I I 1112"I. as
S i .. lie tells us that when lie wall very yonnK lie (Uncovered that South (15 w. r.I1 :It..nN.
bound from
--'" Cuba was bout us wMch liiis not boon truti. Clerk Irault: Court,
i. stuck! Into him, his anguish was npi' >tfiinetl by tilt presentationiiiniro 1
.< II Nlnll I'.
when the pin tlUln'wiirlclc.. : Blueing Spot*-H the bluiingatalni American ports to Sun Francisco. "I'oIkH. tare always saying that lly i I. \
S ; so he tola! his first lie by crying| B-7-St-IO-B. ,I'liimly:! __Clfffc. .s0c 4i..t'rtct
I i'!.. dlffeienee twtwwu history and tictlou In : ouo Is true; tilt other an article when waiiliiiiif, Her. circles was crippled. and. had a thliiKS! lire Htolic cold They speak ota _

I wa h the spot ill alcohol and it calling radius of only cite mile. Klaus; "C' '''nll1l''lIle1ft oln/i/ stone III'ANIIAIU''O..N 1./t IIII.I.CII! :, mil WI lit 1111'11''IIIS; auc.t:' :. (;

< 'St.. g'nerou8l1nr In honored I If his lie* assume the form of art. Wake will disappear. cold or they Hpoiili of something which M r AI'I.t.K. P. fl:.

'I. -mom of romancing, ami the world will reward you as your faljlt a a a should linve been hot anal. they miy : Hinli'.l 1 hlilwill' Iif .ri'dlMiil. hy tlio' Ixmnl oft
5 Silka-Always wash your whit Heaviest and tightest Woods Here. ,.. uf Draclfnril county. I'lorlilit. it
mi ur with popular fanny.i rust.
i u n' well nnil let the world know you're Ijlng. ami the worl.l' willS .ilk gloves, atoikniKs, etc., in CO d Ilolh the hPII\'II'flt unit, the II gluts'Ntvon,1' 'Why, It hns boeonm stone cold. t ::'I"Ir of SI... KFcrwtMry of thil\ board i at
llilnu Btonos are always until 1 2 .flU) o'ehrtk, p. m, ,
I Inrlilu
"Thoy evidently Stark
off falsehood for truth, Otherwise they will turn Iir llnM'nlti'd I \ Stnti'H' hue .
your water.
to
S Only when you attempt" pavm grow 1<.,,1 J':!. Ili I 'ct. aI! ot tlmt tlniv' pililicl1oRiole,1.
1 world mistrust! you. yellow. fern< i r liHnu Klorliln. IninwiM. amitlir colt! 1. for furnishing !. o h. Starts If la.I frt
.
II.'ho tellM a bumlreil lies to one truth cnrrlea. no weapon.. (hat can l i"r' i tho i .illi'i) ) > 'JI'k i>f southeast "They utmost ulwiiyn ara" Staid, < the I cur fvnaii win xl>i4tt. Inch aomblnallvn is

'l'h"Ib, \ tonne in the lib tonm:e. IXJOMO talk alwajn lieu. Truthnh Salty Ham-If a salty ham I III i Mli ..11 second stone. wrMIII"'cI.III"M | .* "tnl'ln

rivet tlKht./ Truth la precise. ou--ed! in milk it will remove a "Hut nut III ways" Huld the tint all, to.s Situ milli.I .
S ilselioixl iieed a handle of truth to be- kiTectIre. A dull Mmle, great deal of the Halt, at well as improve ( kPK JOil nulls
nud liavo nmile. a tone. /hiuilil.to' uhmlt 'p'I 5- no one. rinee It within a gi'od haillo you the flavor. furniih and the
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C C S "Not always, IIKIOOI(" tho second .. of win it In rf.iK'cl
S Hint lIci.I mount Ihry will l..ml In r.r.rin. ta
I Mi, lies that harm are the (thop C of truths. themallk.OIIfuN.1I( Culinary Success-Nearly-: every- tone. '"...r,1 .......r.... Hw rlicht lo njset J any f

i .5 learned to trust. Jut Le who lies for nerlou effect. ftlIII1U1. no one likes grated cheese on their "You see" milil the first stone, "","t oil b"". E 14. MATTHEWS.Attr .

S l ''intriirt fiir he must laurent fort}' more to fortify one. macaroni. If one in deiirous of av- "Well! "when the sun shines upon> us In the U.I.n.h., $ a

Tin. liar Is lost when found. All '>on na he U discovered bus abom lug labor cut the cheese in small summer we bo- _ x ,I'TCII. : 1I.liOLU.ai.M"oIIMt'H '
,
S live as a two foot pump In a nrry.rootell., pieces and put them through", the come hot very. : 8ALKiti : S ,

i ,)uu lIar'lI worst enemy In himself. lie's like a abort wick In a loll;( potato ricer. Strong very hot. I wish N is". h. ,.,.10" tflwn that urnlir. ansi, by S
S lie ,soon runs ont of the oil of reputation.I ,..II.I ..c i tin t iiilmli S llrml, decree of for.- S
I
A lie hoMIy toM l may liavo the effect of truth for the-Instant, but It mov* dainty lawnea, organdie etc., Mrs. Anna Clover, of R. 1 P. D. that itoncs are 1.5/ \ .un' "i. \. l IJ .meat!'circuit. 10" llonor.Ira.bl.and A. toO V. .
,, .f lh court
S t i.ri. p.t
S.-1 "'.i> metal which enduree.I from the line Ha aoon a. dry, .. the 5, Winfteld, Kar says: "I always coldwould Itrailt''l, i ''iintv I I llurflu. In Shut uvrtnlaHU
I I S tint U the strongest acknowlilini of the force of tr.h, because, wind will miii' tharr limp. began to suffer tome month fool us on < ,. vi.i in I I.. 5... I'owi.ll U ournplalniint
it i'or truth. S ,,", T .r I :Mriore end Olltu M'Hir. liln wlf.f.
S I counterfeit coiu. It !III worthless uulenv call jwv. ago with womanly trouble, and a summer iluy will oifar for I _
,, undumliinid
i I. 'umlmrthu
Starch Sub.titutee43ora la avery I wa afraid' I was going to get 1"'
Jones. when the sun has .10 I aid' lll' mil for eiuh tu his hliihMl sad
Copyright 1928--By Richard Lloyd good itirin'ituta for at/ireh. A In bed. Each tnonili I differed' been Hhlnlntf upon ,...' I Idi i' In front of this ...urthoth.e. tliMirin
t teanpoonful of borax Used to aach with my head back and tide*-a l >'itiii 5'. IIlIulrurd Count". "'lorl'liI. on Monliny. -
ux. lh. ((1ml dny of Ortulwr.. U. 18X11. durInu f d
of will stiffen curtmnaefficiently weak aching nervous 'feeling.I _
lIon water
g. I I Ih. Irintl hourn uf pal!". for the ptirpoMof 1c j
yet not huva the cloudy I began to try medicines a* I "And so say .nl.nfylnu >.aid Slash l lI..r.... tha folluwln, ,,
ppcaranLH giv n .hy. atntch. knew I wa*. getting\ worie. I that them. have ilmertlird. rest! ..lnu> In llrxlfonl, county.lurid ,
> VJV ; did not teem to find the right been untrue I. *, to wit : 41
rQ1rD until told of Thif NtrtIunat Qunrli-r of this HoiLhes4. 1 -J
remedy someone me sold l about
things
Pnte.-A good wallpaper !!
t 1hri
Wall Paper! 4. Quarter ''or tI.. East Unit o( iMt Ulof
.. t.;" ....:; paste can be rnadn by using us." Mtxnli.n 'l'hlr..lo I t.tS4. lownnhip Flv. 5
i1' .. f Hi, South. ruriKo. wnnty-oiKt 1 1 flU) t:.... con-
and Talc aornfljur "That In so. I
.. flour watar. 'V
...
._ rye I.
u-_u-u la'n'' '' forty sores, more or
lff".J and stir in warm water, then the second stone A. Z. AIJKINS. S
buil and cool atirrina" constantly.No CAROUI agreed, "and If I R '*clat Master In Ch; .no.ry.A .

I t- ; exact ruceip* can b.. given fir hud a heart U ,,9tre Cold." S CREWS.SollelUir Ipr. Complillniint.. fl.S.6t-v-21 1
sw> fho modern idea of ha In' a the tJu..nl'ly of flour tn use aa different would hurt me,

wl,1, timeIs, to ,.0 an fur us !minan. : Tiht flours vary in different p n emakma but I haven't any heart at all. You've NOTKK TO l 1.II'rUlCIi: ANt) rIUmHOIlII
I Tlie folua'tt 5' ':' quoitie.. A f.w fropa. of I All p.nnitm lndrlil 1" the. "t.t. of <:.ora
.
stw no thin' In a (',.ltnl'. hoard of a heart like .
poople speak
live Iu tti,,,, Imrory rarboljc! i.u.J 1 *ill help preserve the Tha: Woman's Tonic Talkxrt'. llollowijy. IsIs of Urnlrurd county.Hr.rl.ln. '
: on jiL-asjru o It tone. That means a heart which. 'In ,leei-s.u'I.! will '. ilrbu l turtle

I S S the' racket ilav''. nets the limit raliw.la. a. i.ieusui. 'rht' "'" p..ot. I I used two bottle before 1 could hard like a stone and which 'Isn't really .with.Id "and'*.. all shall porvonn III. the ttn"aain;. olMlm'uly, .".'satni't'.("'"
they ran 407Si see great chanze, but after .... the unibnlvn. .dmlnl.lraUir g
ilnw in Mtmf easyspwt 4'.4_, .:- "TI'''''. or Baltina"-Bread. any I a heart at all. .1 with '
n mia.-ilxlit: rtzy fn mumiiit 14, IIUJ "
: if remarkable within twn >
that I how 7w.r.
H'' :, where \'litrr shnl" 'her Ujar- WiV *.? "Vr ''i biscuits. 10-20) ; Piecru.ta. 30. was I '"True" agreed the. first stone. "It they will b. rDr.."" ha..d. ,,
much better I
l"rout.--lInll. 40 Pudding". 30-60( | Custard I 15. got. am now bother what they JOWl/) W. IIO'.LOWAY.Admlol..t. ;
I viitji -unit where rtweiK'i II u ; 4I***** ** .- ''C' & > > | Gingerbread. 20- well and !strong. I can rrconv really doenn't me any i ... F......... ,'".a T.II..r' JtlIovs,. '
II l:.. -.i ep: jo 'll III..wer't luau n fn'intv' fe y'y 201 1 Cake, 30.60&! mend Cardui 'for It certainly when I haven't any feelings at all. 01..1. .I1.UI-III.I' a
I Mniptil' 111"n-n."t day tiev"ll dr itnint 30 1 Beam. 8-10; PoMtoet. 3045. I
tltre .stit! I5av-ft "M' ? S SNkkl. i benefited' me." "I may complain but any t..ellll,1Iean't NO'rIC.i:((7r"SllOI i ..,. ELMTIOVTll : S
it as tmrln' a 1e"1 ilrer ornamente maybe I If you have been experimenting he hurt. all I haven't any feelingsat I lM..nl "' MUhlltt Inntruetlon uf Itrail.,
I But-the llmonsln tnrna tvrtle as aha *Y..K lV-.x or ( them with on yourSelf' with all kind of' all. at all." ford county h.... l 10" ...11. electIons to IM held! :
.!.s.4MiIs around lira curve-for the hootchIU kept bright! by rubbing different remedies, better get .t lhcrcass .ch.".l buildlntf far 'fhi-mnn din-.
cloth saturated in spirits ..ho.I. bulldinn) for
with over-loaded a woolen back old reliable Aprtr 8how.... trioS nnd nt Hnmklyn
an to
I plav the 6evll eood district to daternitne whether or
,I 'K'.V<>. Thi arrn that's) never loaded\ |..l'i-ta of ammonia.DampiDC; o C Cardul, the medicine for Tommy's uncle asked him the name not llrrMiklyn the two ilwtrlcia, .h.H ...n.I"'lat.. lo .IHt!
jI1\ >10' lii the ch "oc. ami he acid- : women, about which you have I of )Iar,.'* young man. three truntwv and il...t.rmln. the mount of
? ,.. be
week. Clothe..-U.. water aa mlllnir. to IMI n n.nn. l. dnld .u..o. to
Sortie ilall! M with A itliznriJy be born the handa. always heard, which hat helped "1 call him April "Shower' ," replied h.ld H.turd.y. flnpt. II. Illaa.Th S S
I aNmt It but 1LC riot a. can on thousand of other and nnl.l lMtlon at
I tate to rend ,. many Tommy. For the purpose "f holillnic '
printed every pln_like( a hard. aoeualn It -wl'.l:: nut. le nae a ary to aa which ihould help you loo. Showers cried his aa- *. I). W. Moors. C. Bulllv.n. mil *. I '
mirror it Ia glarln' In my far*.-ami. Its much on th.> cloth. Ask your neighbor! about It; site "April It. Nwlndul are amiotnuil maaainrafeor S
: Whatever make you the holiltntf n' at
S uncle.
I hard to comprehend It, how the human baa probably uNd it. tontahed Hrooklyn I r.rr.: .. Jo.. .:.ldtlI'; and J.
I I f"rut aubllma. can melt away to nothlnkUviA Stained Head*.-A little kerosene tot talc everywhere. five him such a ridiculous namel""OecauM $. 0n.r, .'. ..ppolot". m.".....-. S
"l1uply A good time I will remove all "r*
Iron fba hauda.as .- Tommy ellplal .. .-The 8cotam.e.L I I B WIGGINs: a.T.tU S

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I Iftf ii BRADFORD COUNTY TELB GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBERTUESDAY'S

\PAC.R EIGHT II. 1923.


-- .- --- -. --- --- lutlnn. Usu further bonds pledging. the full i IDol of time In at least five public places In
f : ELECTION faith and credit of the municipality to an the municipality one of which shall be the !I I improvement bonds killed 'j .' ''III. ..
! iti Missourian Chief of Home Economics amount not exceeding the unpaid assessment city or town hall or the plac of meeting ,,1 Ions of said section shall b.Unde. .....
?;yr'' for said street improvement provided however of the governing authority. If there be no 'ditional, and general obligsti1.baOJU or'.h.......
: if any bonds. have .been issued under city or town hall. or town Issuing same. and. 'r.
and
, I I Andreu, Hooter, Da> is. t'glow/ I 11M the preceding section upon an ostimat, of the brc lit This act shall without reference cities sinuS town. to tevj horl tin. 110
White Elected Aldermen tout of the improvement the. bonda issued u> any other act of the legislature of Floridabe for the payment of such b"ho\ r "' '"
: I I/onlNf! Stanley, or ColumbiaMo o/G. .. under the feuding. section and the bonds full :authority for the INMUUC and.: sale of all bonds heretofore uwuod' >i ,d ''lsyisy5;
I
{ j I .. has arrival 1 In Washing S '" Usuod under this section shall nut In the agtfr the bondi by this act authorised and shall town In the state uf Flit, I s .) .
I S exceed. th of the unpaid ""*. ho construed additional and alternative visions of said
HBte amount as an section Ui, bi
interest shown in the S4 ion to "buiMuiu( thief of the new :, ?i* of conditional: : :
I But little was P MwnmentsAll I method for the financing tho improve ubllKatiun I il\ .. .d '':
Below we 9 liiireini of IIoiuu Kcoiiomlcs. _'ti S I special. assessment levied and Imposedin munts herein referred to No ordinance. resolution IIn.1 authorising. such ell\ 'ot
I town election Tuesday. 11 I KrpiutnifMif" of Asrlciiltiire. 'C k,... I respect of the improvement undt. thU and or procLH'dmtr, in respect. of the issuance taxes. to pay same If necesnu ,, I"57

/give the vote cast_ for each candidate ? slu l-i shown hc're nt her. tleHk fl ': the preceding" section shall constitute a fund of any bonds hereunder shall be neces inc all lionila heretofore .11....
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I \ for the payment of the principal and Int-r- nary except such an is required by this act. or town In the stute ot\ I I' 'I'f
i : ,"- "I t" .fut of the bonus authorliu.fl" by this and the n ml no publication of any resolution, ordinance ,. vision of said section. ''Ito
I /, ; C. L. Peck 128. ....": '.....: _' : ...... ..fti preceding. section, and in the event there be notice or proceeding relating to tho u. enacted by the leglsluuiur, .. ..
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,1 t : )For mayor- .. -.J.- og.- '&'<;.JlJ: < ,-. a failure to collect and receive the said, <*Pflolul Unuunce of the bonds provided for by thin : FleUda. .I 'lh. 11u..
I )For aldermen two years two to he .' :'I.-1i" "' o1i "'" .. .Ai' 4" 'I enimnt .in vaon" to pay the principal act shut Ibe required" except such as inquired Station 1. That all cltk ,
'I i
J .. ii".ht .., 'I'II and Interest of Mid the municipality I have ,
; S. A. It.. ) !1; bonds I by this act S linui-il any iinpruvrmu, 'Ida' ***
'Ie'h.d-A' O. Andreu, 72, I shall levy and collect on all taxabloproperty Sec 2U. Hunds issued hereundur shall have the provisions of election, n .s '.<..
; 70 C. F. Hoover 142. ; \ : .: in saul municipality, a tax sufficient. nil the qualities of ,,,'..oU."I.. paper under general statutes of the etiu. Wu*
r Bryan, I #tjiF: f ; t 4 : .fhictW :11 to pay" such principal and Interest as the the law merchant and ahull not be invalid for ItMJrt. and the lame an h, I > .5d151
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three to he \ < ; I.lt I.. .v'a ''o?
For aldermen one year 'J name "respectively become" duo and payable an yirretcularity or defect. in tho proceeding" tn tax on all properu S onM
J. ; }.. :_ 7fSf. :.d All bonds Issued under the provisions of for the issue and sale thereof and shall be city or town tot the purpose ,,t "">
.' I., elected-L. A. Davis Jr., 135, UK- "' : ii .q J I this. section shall. be excluded from any limitation i liiconUtabl In the liamis of bona fide pur. i tint iirlnciitHl or interest du. ''oinK this.' ,

low 131 J. W. White 132. "" ,.. 1Ji1! I. I;;!; 1ft"w of bondtd. indebtedness prescribed by dinner of holders thireof. for value. 1 1b bonds if the same hall. in 'i I 1.. ..uij1'"*
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1. .' Y:( I the charter of the municipality issuing the I <.c. 21. Thin act shall not repeal any oth. the Council, of such oily M i 5. '" <
< For {'clerk treasurer and collector- .\'" .",",,* .f. ,v 'I. $$4 J"" same or by vrnitrul law and shall be isiucd er statute minting. to the subject matter here. 1 aary.See.. I. 1et*
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C. A. Futxh 131. f / !::;; "'\:.:. i -, ':'SL4WtP In the same... manner as provided,for In the i 1..1 but BhHl Ibn dl'<'m'd, to provide a supplemental 2.. That any and .i'| i I. ,<
L .JI 'jf preceding .lIon. I. additional, and alternative. method. of may hereafter, be IMHUIH bj .iiu" IIhi"
For tux assessor* -N. D. Wainwrisrht -- No bonds Issued under this or the prcced" 1 procedure. for the bent-fit of all cities, towns In the state r t.'lorlola pumuut"' .j-1!
:: r < :'l7''I'I ing. section shall be held In any way to Im- and municipal corporations of the Htato DC'' 107 of the .vl..d general stat ,I"
f t 126. : 4 Pair or Invslldnte any special assessment Morlda whether organised. under special actor i I of Hnrlila. are hpnhy did, 1 ,, '
t- For marshal-Silas Kite 128. : _..,., mudo undur the provisions of this actS .general low and shall be liberally construed general obligations of saul oil 'Sib, '
i I : I *>c. _IS All\ bomls issued undor the provisions to effectuate Its purpose.Sec. S the city council of laid city or \iown 10"I ..
or thin net shall be advertised for sale .. 22. 'lhin, act shall 110 into effect im. .hy authorlxea to levy a tti, ; ....
o in-Hied bl.... which advertisement shall be mediately upon its passage. and approval by taxable by such city or town t'I() DlOfoJftJ.
t ItIl'lST (;lIl'UII'IHII.U1'ISThe ; Please the .1'.1.1.ajuaMment nhall be luvled and In published once a week for three cooks In a the .governor or upon its becoming a law thereof if ncemeary.Sn '_
ThiN Way, |I flnacrihlng. aaid lands It shall bo auir.ck'nt, to newspaper of Kt-nertil circulation, published In without hi* approval. I IApproved 8. Th.t.1I laws and iiur r ,..
dcuorlbo the Iota and landa deemed to bo .p.. tho municipality alluring" said bonds for sale May li>. 19 from his A fading blonde dashed! into a department daIly .bcneAttcd. abutting. upon and contiguous and if there be no newspaper published. in the name are httreby rept'ali.
; pastor hu returned to the contemplated improvement aa AIl said municipality, the governing authorityof CHAPTER p299-iNo. 151)). ; S..... 4. ThIs act hall take idct.
vacation and will occupy tho pulpit store. Iota and land adjoining. and contiicuoua orS said municipality shall cauie the advertlHermnt AN ACT to amend .L..tlon lilt oC the re.viceul lately upon ICe passage and .. i imnu.br
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: I do for S bounding and abutting. upon such improve fur the sale of said bonds to he .general statutes of the .tate ot Florida I governor or upon Its becomin*, \z!
( : Sunday morning and evening. Sermon Clerk-Anything can you, ment." Such resolution uhall also stute theI published In a newspaper of general clreulntlon 0' 1020 ; said section. prnviiling. fop the Issu.anco auch approval. .

f I suitable for the entrance of the madam ? I IFndinjr I I twtul estImated( coafr of otfh improvement published I In the county In which said or Im"rov.ment bond bl' cities, and towns Approved June 8, 1923.
I 1 Sec. 4. At the time tho adoption i of the municipality' li located. Notice: nt said i sale
& t fI 1 church upon the work of the coming Blonde (panting/ )-Yes; I rvaolutinn. provided for In section tt of this may at the option of the governing authority .
act there shall be on Ale with tho town or of a municipality bo published week .
,
once a
.
have lost husband. .. .
I months will be presented and all my 'i clt yolerk or Ilk. officer of the municipality I for two weeka In a Amincinl paper published --.. -- -- -- ---- '- --

members nuked to be In atten(I Clerk-Mourning department third adopting, said .resolution plans and specifications I nth city of New York. Chicago. or lolvrlo. I[
''w arc with the estimated cost of the proposed or any newspaper of general circulation pub. | President Wants Your
Where
dance. Riftle to the left. I[improvement which plans and specification liHhvd in a city In the state of Florida hav Help j j'i'h' jS !
I and eatlmata shall b. open to the inspection ing. a population of not lees than 20.000) inhabitant ]
The Bible school will meet ut.9:4'i. of the public. .. according. to the I nut federal cenims.

followed by the hour of public The Cynic Sec 5. Upon tho adoption of the ...olu. If the bonds be not sold pursuant to mich
a. m.
.
,
tlon provided for In section 8 of thin act. the advertisement they tony be sold. at prIvate
worship at 11:00.: The senior and ''; municipality. shal I...,.. said resolution to be sale at any tint. after the date advertised for ,
Mrs. Smythe-Here is an interesting published one time in a newspaper of .gen1 the reception of sealed bids, provided: no bonds i '
I junior U. Y. P. U. gather at the usual -S item. A girl in Canada ran !,1 era) circulation published In said municipality Issued under the authority of this act shall \
news and if there be no newspaper in said, be sold for Iris than
ntnety-Ave
3 .; hour 7 m and the evening per cent of <
p. 56 hours without stopping. I I i municipality tho .governing. authority of said the par value thereof, with accrued Interest, I
II !! worship nt 800.: 1 i municipality' shall cauiio said resolution to be and I. provided, further. that: no private sale'I '
Mr. Smythe-Did the man getaway published once a week for a period of two thereof shall b. made at a price lower than I
v ? weeks in a newspaper of general circulation the brat seakil bid received. therefor sml no''
t published in the county In which amid municipality private sale chill be made of said. bonds sunsequent '
: I G A RELIC I la located. to thirty days after. the advertised

: That upon the adoption of the date for the reception of scaled bids. |
.' S Oh, That Kind ....:i'U08:; ,; aforoiniii. the governing: authorityof s.... 14. If any special assessment made
I '. W. II. Perkins hai presented UI! from'' cbs municipality shall 1 be madean under the provisions of thl. act to defray the !Iwhole
Mrs. Woman understand =r'J'nc': I'
I with a "shin plaster] issued by the assessment roll in : with the or any part of the expense of any '
'b Mrs. Talky that her son is an artist- method of suuoHinent provided for In said street Improvement shall be either, In whole i
I state of North Carolina January 1 1IRO.'i. t. ...resolution which assessment roll' shall be or In part: annulled vacated or set aside. by I
and works for a bile city publication. completed and filed with the governing. authority the Judgment of any court or if the governIn I,
f. Its stamped value wan 10 cent is I of the municipality aa promptly as authority of any municipality shall be
I' Mrs. Woman's Friend-Yes. He :
) t but an it not redeemable before i poMtiblei said anaesament roll shall :show the i satisfied that any such assessment I. so trreg-1. I
was making a house to house canvas for lota and lands assessed, the amount of t hoasnessmwnt i uliir or difectlve that the aame cannot be en-1
I : /1' January 1. 180(5( its real value was n against each lot or parcel of lund, forced or collccte or if the governing authnrity ;
I them. and If said ......m.nt is to be paid In In. : of a munrclpnlily shall have omitted
/ ,I}t /good dual k-HH-if any at all. dtallmttnta the number of annual (nit t ailments to make such assessment when it might hn.. 1

: f J' The piece was printed by the lithographic in which the ......m.nt I. divided shall alto done: so. the irovernfntf the munlcipallty .
:.rJ1".f
; Blonde Bens Opines be entered and shown upon said assessment is hereby required !
I :i process by a private concern roll. to tat* all necessary step to causo a new

r in Augusta Ga. As its number i Is My oh, my-Labor !Day has I Se. 7. Upon the completion of said **. assessment to be made for the whole or any I

.. come and went; the last picnic acemnent roll the governing authority of the part of any Improvement or against any
only COR, the impression had not had municipality shut Icaustr a copy thereof to boputiliahttd property' benenttvd: by any Improvement, foi-
.-;, day of the year. We will now two times successively once each lowing M nearly RS may be the pro v in lorn I II I Io
time to. wear and the print is very I week In a newspaper of general circulation' thus act and In cane such "second assessment
have to eat our sardines indoors. published In said, municipality and if there I I shall be annulled said .governing.. authority
5 t clear. The size Is 4Mix2Vi Inches and ... ..n ..w505..C. ...,...11.1. In ..1.' _,_..,.4..i___'.. o' any municipality' may" obtain and make !
-- --- -- -- ------- on ---- .n '
the doniirn Is tasteful and dignified. I, pality, the governing authority of said municipality I, other aaesnmcnt until a valid aesiim0iit
: t shall be madn. *
True-So True
I shall said .. of Bald >
_ _ _ _ cial atnvaiiment cuss roll to be copy published once ape\ awash S... 10 That the governing authority of

: : ; !MRS. STERNBERO ENTERTAINS Mamma sits at home perusing for a period of three. wevka, In a newa- any municipality shoP|' aye the power to pay I
I paper of general circulation published In the out of It* general funds nr out of any special
tt K. K. KLUIiMrs. Book lore a la high brow; county in which said municipality, la lucatcd, fund that may be provided for that purpose" .f -" #- i"
4 I and In the publication of aid, special, a.atau. such portion of the cost of any street im ;.". ... ''''I''fo! .
is .f"l..4
Clarke seventeen using ment roll the governing authority' of the municipality provement: aa l it may deem proper. Intermit ....' ,... .: ...... "
: ; N. Sternhergr entertained the Papas night key now. shall ...... to be cOached to the accruing. while an improvement Is under construction I \,.JJ.;:. ;.;".. ,-. .. .
,
copy of the aaavMtntmt roll published a notice \ and for six months thereafter all -" k>.
K. K. K. last Fri. directed all engineering. and Inspection .". r -r.-
I very delightfully to property owner interested in costs including a ,_ .
aid, aWMiasnienU of the time and place where proper proportion of the compensation salaries .
day afternoon. The living and (lining School Days Again! complaints will be heard with reference. to and expenies. of the engineering. ataff I

t rooms were opened ensuite and at- said amieiisimmU and when paid assessment of the municipality properly. charireablo to ,
J4 Teacher-Give correction and cause roll will, be ttnully approved and, confirmed any improvement and all costs and estimated i
I
trncticcly/ decorated with vases of In the following sentence "The horse by the governIng authority of the municipality CONU Including attorney' fires In the Issuance
:
: aitttntf a* an equaliaina board. of the bondti provided. for by' this act shall)I I
I pink roses. and the cow Is in the field." I Sue H. At the time and place named In be duvnyd and considered a part of tho cost

l ; 1 Several progressive/ /games of nuc Tommy-It should be "The cow and the notice provided fur In the proowedinir. **otioti of Sec.the 18.improvement I
Any Informality or Irregularity In j
,
the governing authority of the mumcitinlity
( tion bridge were enjoyed and at the I' ]i the proctedln. In connection with the levy
4 the horse is in the field, because ladies ahall meet aa an muallalntr "board to1 of <
] conclusion the players holding high boar and consider any and all complaints an I I i any special assessment unite. the provis
t r I should always be mentioned first. to such special atiiwiHimnia and shell adjust 1 ions of this act shall not alTVct the validity
; ecore were !Mrs. Fred Stump: and !Mr and .....11.1.... the said a.ae.amenu on a bAD la j of the .sum whi'r the assessment roll baa I'
i tif JuHtiee and rittht and when BO equalisedand been confirmed by the governing. authority. I
,
: II. H. Yunl.Irll./ Stump wa* given approved such amMwumenu. shall standconfirmed. and the ......m'.nt roll as finally approvedand S wt
Sucker Turns
A
I. f n hand-embroidered apron and !Mrs I and tw and remain legal valid confirmed shall Iw competent and sufficient -!I
I and binding hens upon, thu p""I..rt" against I evldince thai the aduvaament was duly. i,
1 Young received the guest Prize 11 Real Estate Agent-Wonderful view which such anauaamiinU are made until paidI levied that the assessment was duly madn ,
f I rmccordHnco with the iirovlmuna. of this and adopted, and that all other proceeding. .
hand embroidered towel. Mrs. F. LTurner here. See the house overlook the. act.
; I proviUud however, that upon the completion adequate to the adoption" of the said annwsment ;,
'A; was presented with the conso river! i of tile street liniiruvutnunt' thu muniuipalityithul roll worn duly had. taken and porformid ',
as required. by this
j Irubnte to tho owner of any propertywhich act : and no variance
; lotion prize. a linen handkerchief. Sucker-I did, too for n minute; ( phd lhave boon specially assessed fur from the directions" nereumlur shall be held i,

: Fruit served the I the road had any Street Improvement the dilfcrence in the material unions It be clearly shown that thu
punch was during thought somebody .
up a.Mt>.niint .. oritfinally made. approved and party objecting was materially injured there
l i : afternoon and( delicious! frozen fruit ]left their hydrant running. I j jNKW confirmed and tile proportionate, part of the by 'I
S<*t. 17 All bonds (untied.
actual coat of said street. Improvomvnt to be under this act i
salad with whipped cream and cake J i il __ iinBcnainuiiui. hall be In thus nnmInHtliin of tin _AH ni. i
I'M vy Biwvmi na iinuiiy ULlwr
I was served on the card tables. : LAW TKOMDRS STREET I mined proxument.i upon, the completion of said street im. Come not exceeding multiple thereof sly per and centum shall' iw.-I per annum i.i';; S- r bW i S) at

The dub members were, !Mrs. Ed. IMPROVEMENTS: :: WITHOUT t I Stc U. Special ansesitmpnU. fur the Im pavabto annually and or aoml-nnnuully and both' = es.eaw-: -- --- ____ :cD
principal Interest shall be payable at such I Iplnce
ward Burns Mrs. S. I.. Peek !Mrs. K SUBMITTING: : SAME TOOTB pravemcnt and hnrd-surtaumK re-surfacing. paving or places an the .governing authorltvmay r'l'I'"Iot'nt'! CiHiliilirp'H! prompt appeal( to the American people to t h..'"
of
k R. Nl'ff'If! !'. J. C. Robinson Mrs. J. aidowslk re-paving or sldewtlks any shall street be or payable streetS by or b. Axed determine.. by resolution. The form of of the such governing bonds shall nuI I' relleuthe <.lIctre in Jnpiin. follnulnir the unpiecedented eartliciimlthere. lit'

f: W. Andrews, Jr., !Mrs. O. L. BcasleyMrs. Among the laws passed by the last S the. owners of the property abutting. uponanlI thority of the municipality and said bonds !Split| 1.2.0'4 the keynote for nil ontpnurlUK of world njinpfltl')'
BtrtMit or strwts KMHMmitl for said tntprovemvnt ahul, the sinned. tiy the mayor or chief .....11. 1 tlll.111I'11.nhll'f I | <". The L' S. Army and I Navy in the Par Kart ciilterItiI:

; A. Z. Adklns !Mrs. F. F. Stump, legislature- was one allowing cities In at the the revolution lime and proviiling. in the for manner.Hlipulatod said. tive officer of the municipality and the clerkor with the :National Kiwi) Cronn nrnl In less than twelve( hours weie 1''''"

r i !Mrs. F. L. Turner !Mrs. O. L. Haynes and towns to pave streets, etc., with Improvement, and avid" apt'ctu.. aHiessmentBIH of other the municipality like officers: thereof the coupons under, the If .seal.ny.I. '' Inic all ,!tmillalile! siiiipllcn( to flue menes of disaster. Other worM! |pO\\elf

fi The I Invited guests were !\I rll. Fra n kHoover out submitting the question of issung | ) Ibe and remain. limo superior in dignity shall b* executed bv the facsimile signaturesof also 'luTl'klyltnrll'tl relief activities.
to all other liens liens for .
j I except taxea. un. said offl..... The delivery of Tin- President!
!Miss Marion Stump of New bonds to for to the electors til paid from the. date of the *.ne..ment Upon and any bond rwiiifsfx tlUlt1111 contributions be sent direct to lbS
same executed
? pay coupon so at time there-1 I Iafter CliHlrnuin
___________ the respective iota and parcels of land any of the National Reel CYoss. Washington for trmmiils-lo;*
,
I York Mrs. C. A. Futch !Mrs.V.. F.. ot such municipality. All ......od. and ahall bear shall be valid although: before the date I I to .Jull lll. It U
_ any interest at the ratei of delivery the portion sinning. such bond or'' | recalled that Japan c-ontrlbuted' $IU.OOO< to the i 1"01'111 i>
I Davis Mrs II. II. Young Miss FlorIda such bond: fire also excluded from i of by eight the resolution per cent aforesaid per annum made and payable may be.In coupons shall cease to hold office. I or San Franclmo at the time of the eaithquake and lire there.!

I ; i :: flee IB Where by any provisions of this Ipper''' picture shrews scene of terror I'1rullonlng 'I.
ten with nml confusion In
Davis Madison.! any limitation of bonded indebtedness equal yearly insUillnitinta accrued act any notice ls required to b* given hy In Toklo -
\ Interest on all deferred.payments. unless n resulted
I. publication In a newspaper if there be as severe as: that which
a town may have. Under this act R paid within thirty days after, said assessment newspaper published. In th* county In which no j tinlresput' ."......tl'r. f.ower : The sea wall at Yokohama, which city will
I !MILLER street shall stand approved and confirmed, aa pro the municipality b situated then curb TiiUlo.
1: municipality may pave every I vlded in preceding section shall be poMtei for the notice was virtually destroyed. -
prescribed
l within its corporate limits.-if they S.... 10. bach: annual installment provide! per

j forinthe. ... t.r.c.uIirnr.ecuon. shall "b* .paid!
Miller Sept. U.-J. L. Brown sal for (heir bonds. The .
cnn pet buyers upon me anise spccinva in sale rasoiutioo -- -. _. = -, -S.

J. S. Howard were business visitors net, in full follows: I until with the interest. .entire upon amount all dt of.ferr said*>
I to Center Hill and Winter Garden baa .been paid and upon, the failure of any HOME tx bli u; ,, YOU 60 \ [7 1
property owner to pay any annual Installment A Y) wi ME TOLP toOl! I
this week. CHAPTER: Oi H--(No. lAO). 01,... or any part thereof or any annual
/
AN ACT providing. a upplvmentnl tddllonal Interest. deferred GIFT.Thoc a -SMART RAfzm >BS.rVL I
OF.
T. II. Waters was a visitor over to and alternative mothmt of mnkmic. lacnl upon payment thu govern SWEET kit MM I A HAP A WOAU
Inc authority of the municipality shall
cause '
Dukes Monday. mprovvment In altlim. Uiwni ami municipal tti lie brought the necwMary Iittnl proceodmir. p l L.rrrt 1lflNk/TNr WHY ABOUT H/M- TELL I WIFE THEN ..00 .

Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Thomas of Lake .orporation.....inl ..._m.nia.1I1h"rl.II"for i th.and emit providing thereof. and for by a bill with in all chancery accrui'il to lots enforce ivttt. paymentthereof toK .th<.r HOME htE & I.4A tifOU HE V A** dELL I t 'A"( 7O4E THIN..,)" I

aitthorltinif. and providing. for .i ecial ....M.- with all legal. .
: Butler spent the week-end with Mr. IlenI.' for lh. costa thnof.. ....1 nuthorhrinirha ruanonuble solicitor CoatS fee incurred.to be Including assessed. an a Fji0I'HuMOZ/ ir s PL.EA4t' WITH A00UT HI"/' I'LL

and !Mrs. I. E. Thomas. ( l 1..II..ne. and silo of bonds of such munii part of the cost and In tho event of default I'-T; 5-
.i pal UU. in connection with said local tm- /nth. payment of any installment of an assessment ) I COOKIN J1OscarTells
N. II. Stokes was a visitor to iruvement Mid bonda to be general oblh,.. or any accrued interest. on saidasaunsinvnt. .szr:

WednelOda ton* of the munlclpalitlre. the whole assessment with the ?
Dukes .
_ ) lie I U enarled by the IntiUtur of the ..tst.of .intermit thereon shall Immetliatvly, become due th. \ )
Eurie Brown made u business' tripto Florldat S and payable) and aubject to foreclosure.. In World H.
i iGl'orll'e Section 1. Any ctty. -.n:: or :municipalflorporntton the foreclosure of any special assessment service Knows ;; 'p
Lake Butler Saturday. of thia mate. ,.. wferred of process against unknown or nonresident aTngTwo .

Miller of Atlanta Ga. Is' to as tho municipality whether oriranlied! un defendant may be had by publication
_ ,ler th. :BTenernl liiw. or unifar .i.r.
aa now provided by law In other chancery
visiting/ his parents, Mr. and Mrs.II. ..1.n.t.\ or havtntt a charter .di t>t. suit I *. The; foreclosure proceed" : in us shall beproaeauUni l'l'N
ed by vote under an .n..I. >l1II1I. act tnvrmnatfur to a sale and conveyance of the
S. Miller. efurretl to a. tho troverninn authority) may. property. Involved In aid' proceedings. an nowsrovtdrd

Raleigh [Ulelltng of Atlanta Ga., by construction fta .governing.o".tr".Uon.authority provide repair for paving the. ; by law in tuit* to foreclose" mortgages. i;

_ I visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ...,'avln.( .. hard. aurfacinir. and rehanUurfnc tI..... It. After the equalisation approval _

_ II. C. Peeples Sunday. mr. of .,....ia. bouU'varda and alleys for ami cunrirmHtion of the levying. of special aatWHmens *. TerryCilkison
Trading regradlng leveling. laying, relay for street Improvement" hereinbefore .
Misses Uerta and Satomle Duke, nil. "..In... ...-".vl.... hardmirfaeing and rehardMurfnclng provided by section S of this a act and
S tide walk, and for the pay .. soon a. a contract for said street improvement : _ _
of Jacksonville spent last week with mnt of all or any part of the coat of any has heed Anally let the governing. m.

Miss Rosetta Dukes. uch ativet. Improvement by levying and col !authority of the municipality may by resolution. "UTOC".,..
S feting. utrelal aant .inionto on the abutting. : Usu bonda pledging.. the full faith
djmnlng.. contiguous or other. *pe..laly! "'n.. and credit of said municipality to an amountnot

S Breaking! It Gently ttttMt. property.S U. S\>HI.I. ......* %.nU agalnmt """P- exceeding part seventy of the coat per of cent said of street the. proportionate improvement .. _

arty dimmed to ... benvntted by local 1m Is, be paid. by special assessment I'LL 7edIL \
Daughter-May I go to a wedding trovrmuhti. .. provided for In the preceding. and the estimated coat of said street Improvement TELL THB WoqLP' THBBB Vt>OtfO. I JUP6B BY
.l111n. ahall h8 aueaaed upon tho propertyptKilally aa atated In the resolution provIded by KNOW THIM6 Oft :TV/0
I father benetttted' by the Iraprovemvnt In section. 9 of this act shall be used aa a basis (ZUNMIN6MI I VI6cAPPEAI2ANCEG !
'iroportion to the .....11.. to bo derived there of calculation In determining ABOUT CH004IM I 'f RIB
Father-Well alright but must seventy percent Loow.
:> / rom. aald apecial benetlta to bo determined of ( .
proportionate part of the coat of '
and prorated according. to tho foot fmnta* 0'th. "WtJV itj CXWT. WA'J
LIKE BCCAU4B
TDaullbtnI aid street Improvement be HIM
by
to
you go ..... .. paid ape HoAJqi 'tt'u
.
rwiwctivo | >rtlea apecially" benvntted eial assessment t such honda shall bo general lw9ThT
\
k suppose so. I'm the. by aaid. improvement or by auch other mettid obligation. of the municipality issuing the HE /\APg A MI9TAK.B" A'jwA' 6I'OON'/
,
I' bride. .. the .gnvernlnv body of tho municipality same and If special ssa.eam.nta b.. not 1mpoaed AMP GueCXw YOUR.tl6MT BY
__ IS i may prvacribo.See. .
__ andl collected la respect of the In '
I S. When the governing authority of _
APPEARA4cc
provment In 'season so pay the princIpal and A6B
any municipality: : may determine to mak' any interest: of said bonds the governing I author:, It 4'
Painful ubllo fmpnwemcnta ar repaira in atreeta and Ity of the municipality shall levy and collect ** OI.L15 $ '
of ray (ha whole or any part of tbo oxpenachereof en all taxable property In the municipality a ,, c C
..._ '
Teacher-Do you know anything by could m.nt. aald governing tax sufficient to pay i'ch principal and Interest '*
'
: : stiff authority. ahall ao declare. by naolutton .tatng aa the samo respectively\ become due
worse than a giraffe with a the nature of the propuaed Improvement and payable. All bonds Issued. under the 1fr
twignatlng the street or atreeta to lo M tm. provision of thta section! shall be excluded .. S
neck T
S. r'roved what pirt or 'b'r11, ).. xpenu.baron1 from any limitation of bonded. ladabttdnea*
Pupil-Yea. a centipede with corns. i ia to DO paid' luaeaement.lo prencrlbed by th* charter of the municipality'
; manner In which saId aaweaamenft ahallmade Issuing th. same, or by general law. :and Said
;. be when maid ..._m.nia are to be bonds hall b* Issued upon the adoption of a :
Latest From Ed .laid. what part. If any ahall bo apportioned resolution by the governing. authority of the Cv S

_' rundbe paid from tho' general troprovament municipality providing for the taauing there ;
of tho municipality and aald) reeolu-. S
of. without submitting the question to the
a*
S Ed Purdy post cards us thi.- ion shall also dealgnat tbo. landa upon whichTo _"'D.. or said bonds to a vote of the electors .

Of hold-up guys fl.a ld munklpaiity. _
S... After the levy of special mmmt '
Cure Cold In One .
a DayTake
_
S S With vicious vices, meat for street Improvements stand *on* 'SI 'S/
those LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE:- (TahleuJ firmed and) after the oaapltion aad aeaepVane
1' The wont are topaihoioutfh. and H..da,'ho ana worSe off :!hoM of said Improvement .by the governing j
Who hold up prices. (" k. VV. OROVE1 sIguaOar.oueahbow.. :?*>c; authority. of a municipality the governing IS

--S authority of said municipality. may.. by __ .l
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